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PA«E BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) 'COURIER NfcJWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1938 Have Pinner Party. Mr. and Mrs, W. J. i'ollard and Mr. and Mrs. Farnsworth ninck entertainer! vvi'h I. dinner piily last night nt the ulacK liomn. Dinner was served from the dm- 1 lug room table which was decorated in a pink, and Ivory color scheme. An ivory vase of deep pink carnations, on n mirrored claque, was the centerpiece of the largo table, arraiiEi'd - with a scrvta of silver and crystal. I'luk UipcvB in ivory candelabra, were at each did of the cMilerpicce. Ot'-crj Howcrs were ommxid about Hi';; dining room and in l!;e living and tun rcims. Cardu were played after dinner. Tor this affair they Invited: Mr. Biid Mrs. Charles Kosc Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Edgnr Bormn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnines H. Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Malt- Monaghan, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Minyard, Mr. and Mrs. W. 1). Chamtlin, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wundcillch and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Ncrris. * « • Holil Tryouls Ttf'ouls for roles In "A Full House" liy Fred Jackson, the lirst nroduction of the newly orgnitod Little Thcalre. were held Thursday night with. Miss Mary Bain, co-director, ccmluclliiE the read- Ings. . ' Miss Kathryne Grear, Miss Nina Harris and . Mrs. Charles Cnhoon belli of Holland, who make n|: the casting committee, have called final tryonls for nest Thursdivj night at which time Ihe cnsl w " tc snnounced; In the business mcellng presided over by Ralph Farrar, Geow Cross, jr., was appointed to the advertising committee (o work with John McDowell and J, Burnett, of Holland, who had been previously appointetl. A report from Ihe business manager. Jack O'Kecfe, showed additional amounts- donated from townspecple who are interested'in seeing a Little Theatre in Blytheville. . . * .* * Plan Bineo Party Plans for H bingo putty wore discussed at a meeting of the Jewish Ladies' Aid Thursday nighl at the home of Mrs. I. ItoscnLhal •when Mrs. Herman Pollack was co-hostess. The party will be glvjn in Osceola with a tentative dnle set-for Monday, February 21. Tlierc were 2a members and one guest, Miss Rutli Sherman of Tulsa, sister of Mrs. William Hsrow- s,ky ol Manila, present. Following _thc .program given b> Mrs./L. K. Harwaig, Mrs. Hose . Goldberg, and Roberta Florinim the hostesses served chicken salad coffee and cake. Has; New Members Miss • Louise Mayo, Miss Anita Baker, and Miss Peggy Colcmai were the tliref; new members prrs cut at His meeting of the Youu Woman's Missionary Society of Hi First Church of the Naznrcnc a the home of Mrs. Harold Thonip son Thursday night. Twelve olhc members and two guests, the Re Mrs. Buphn D. Beasley nnd MF J. L. Tyrone, were present. The meeting was opened wil n prayer by Mrs. Tyrone, follov ing . which the first chapter 0 .lames was read and discussed I Mrs. Noble McCullah. The meclii was dismissed with a prayer ' tlie Rev. Mrs. Beasley. + • r Three Guests Attend Thursday Contract Club Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, M Meyer Qrabcr. and Mrs. Hrn Humphrey were guests of Mrs. Jol F. Lcntl when she entertained I Thursday Contract club yestcrd afternoon. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen received Hie club prize, hosiery, and Mrs. Cunningham was presented a double deck of cards for guesl prize. Tlie holidays ol February were emphasized by the valentine tallies and - (lie George Washington's cherry pie which was served with sandwiches and coffee. Mrs.: A. Conwny entertained the members -of the Mid-Wcck Bridge club, yesterday at her home when Mrs. Elton W. Kirby was Ihe only guest. The two course luncheon was served at the dining table which was ;. attractively decorated with valentine place cards and spring flowers. In the card games. Mrs. W. L Homer won the club priM anc Mrs. Kirby was presented a gues prize. Has Club Mrs. R. P. Kirschucr -,vas ho.'tes to the Thursday Luncheon club and three guests. Mrs. James H. Bell Mrs. Thomas K. Mahan, and Mrs Harry Kirby, at her home yestcr day afternoon. The valentine scheme was car riet! oul in .the valentine t.illle used lor 'three course lunclieo served at small tables. Mrs. A. C. Little was. high an Mrs. Ross D. Hushes second hig in the bridge games which lollowc : ,. ', .»,-# Club Has Sliowcr Members of Ihe Thursday Roosj club surprised Mrs. T. ,1. Croivdcr' wilh a .handkerchief shower when they met at the home of Mrs. WyatU Henley yesterday allemoon. Mrs-, J. <T Tinkersiey, Mrs. Dan Dup.kin, Mrs. B. F. Gay, Mrs. C. E. Edds, Mrs Uc Armstrong, Mrs. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia -corn i»J»or ur.ASr«vic(, we. i.M.no u, t P*T. err.- Bits of News Mostly Personal • Snlart Squirrel fn 'Yes, I am sick an' tired ol playin' store. Bui it isn't five o'clock yet." Holllpntcr and Mrs. II. Lynn Wade were ten gucsta. Saint Valentine provided the motif for the parly in the tollies and rcircshmrnts of a salad plale. Uililf Sluily Meets There were seven inetnliers urrs- rnt at the nicirtlng of the Wdles' Bible Study of tho Church of Christ held nt the home ol Mrs. O. D. Grimes Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Harry Snnsom was In charge of the devotional which was taken from the first and second chapters Homans. Prayer was offered bj •s. 11. T. Gill. * • * v. r. plans iirlnir Parly Plans Icr a dunce 111 tlio nea lure were discussed by member the D. P. r. club when they me cdnesclay afternoon at Ihc hoin LnFotra May. June White wa Sliest, of the group. Following the business meclin resided over by .lime Worknmi ic hostess asslsled by Sara I/) icCnlchen and Clara Jean Mosc ey served a sulad plate. Miss Louise Hale To Wed Mr. A. L. Rogei OSCEOLA. Ark.. Pel). 4. - - O .Barked social Interest Is the nn- ounci'iuent made today by Mr. Jack O'Kccle was In *<orresl Clt Thursday for the funeral service of his aunt, Miss Betty Mnnlonl. o that city. Ife was accompanied b , Mr. nnd Mrs. T. H. O'Keetc o Luxora. I Mis. Elbert Ilntlnian. Mrs. Ed?' i Skinner, and Miss Pliccbe. Knoct ' ot Horseshoe L'ikc. liotiseguest Mi*. Skinner, were In Oseco Thursday as the- guests ol Mr. anc Mrs. D. L. Ciwaltncy. l Mrs. Russell Phillips was I Memphis Thursday to be with h mother, Mrs. Ocorgc R. Calhou lot Nashville. Tenn., who la hCfpltnl there, Later she was Jol ed by her daughter, Betty. M Ross T). Hughes, nnd daughl Nani'v Ann. who attended the o era "Carmen" ut the audllorim Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns a diiiiehler, Mrs. l,eroy Wood, spent Tliiinulny i" Catron, Mo., wilh Mr. nnd Mrs. Uavld Ilnrtoii. Mr. and Mrs. Burton will come here for the week end and will be accompanied by Mrs. Wood, who remained for a longer visll with them. Mrs, c .L. Wyllc, who returned Sunday from H (wo weeks visit In Aikii'delpiila with her mother. Mrs. J. B. Callnway. has been III since that time from an Infected throat* M. Fit/Simmons altcndcd lo' business In Halls, Tenn., Thursday. ;ilc was accompanied by Mrs. Fltz- irlnimons and Mrs. I. O. Wcslbrook who visited friends nnd relatives |there, l W. O. Potts, of Ix>s Angeles, who I has I'.sltcd his sister. Mrs, I,. M. liurnotte. and family for a week, left Monday for Kenncll. Wilson Cooperative Club Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphrey, i-ld Its regular monthly meeting I M | M [ Jlur(l Kintl nnd Miss Pauline "hiirsdny afternoon nt the clubl|_ co wcrc )„ Memphis Thursday Wilson Sor.ic:ty — Personal Tbc IRE EIMO lubs In South Mississippi County Choose Their Officials Every thing Tor your enter* tainment and comfort. Admission Matinee 10c & 2Co Admission Night ICc & 3Gc OKCEGLA. Feb. 3.--NCIV o ers for the' couth half of Die ounty in the '1-11 Clubs, which m-c m'cnlly dcclcd to serve in !>"y ni'o in; follow:;; Dyc. c .s Coun- :ll. Harold Humble, president; iioscnel Ilinsley, vice-president; l:ific CiiiiiiitiRhiini, awtitry; Ku- ncc Walker, report,-! 1 ; J. K. Tcr- rv, leader; ,\lr:i. llatllc Uos'sein liv.lor. I 'I— Kslei; White, president; Dallas, vicc-prc::idnit; Margaret, Jewel Hcxzo, secretary; Mrs. film fiyfi, leafier; Mr,',. L. M. Kr.K-. leader; John liiimor, leader; L»fcllc Wilson, reporter, llond 14—Rosanei Ilinsley, president; Oeraldir.e Pager, secretary; Praia Mailock, vice-president; Mrs. K. D. Critic. Mrs. II. M. llin- slry, Mrs. Homer Clifton, Usury MrKndkly, and Leon M.w- smiiill. lenders, Center—Jiiiue:: Jacobs, president Mozcllc Kasl. vice-president; Wan- Pickeit*:, Lecirtary; Hoi Ji'ilrr, ri'poitor; Mrs. Lloyd Cr/Mr;. A. I. King. Mr:;. L'umry Hut and Mrs. I'itrk Talr, lenders. IMowah--.!.' 1 T. Campbell, pre;,l I'enl; Atircn Campbell, vice-pro:;! dent; t'nrnh Sue Slsai, .sct'iv liillio Wruy, trensiircr; Fred EniUli, leader. Hatcher—Jolm D. Gilbow, president; Nia! Fail-cloth, vicc-presl- (iciil; Jimmy Mcdow;;. secretary; Alcnc Sliaekclford, rcpoiler; T. Jl. Cf.ope-r nnd Edgar Carney, lenders. Fern h'alyeis— Fred:i lltnson knt; Evil Joy Dosler. vice- dent; Stanford Hooker, secretary; Eetty fjcc, reporter; Mrs. C. Wrlia. Mrs. 13. C. Wiimper, Mrs v Hosier, nnd II. O. 11 Friday Only II willi Helty (.'r;i!)le, Larry Ci'iihlic, Klcftiior Whitney, Johnny Downs, Yacht Club lloys,'f!et\ Wue and Dorothy Mnsii-, iMirlh anrl Knnianrc lvu march of Time ami SIioil Ailmbsion Jhilincc I0e, & Me Admissiiin Nijlil IGc, & 3Gc Sunday Only _ youthful bolero of silvery Siberian £nui'«l. H hat; inlercslini; r:nj- | KeiEer-Francis Anchlin. pre.rf Louse, with thirty mcmbirs piv.>- nl. After a short business •*;Ion, Miss June Turner did a mll- tivry dunce, Rulh Taylor of Kni- cr'ii tap (Inncf, followed by the Bi» Apple" by girls of the sixth night lor Ihc Slcpln-Fetchit show, at, Kic Orphciuu. Mrs. Clmrlcs FlOsc, jr., was til Memphis lodny. Mrs. Leroy Wood . and her mothcr-ln-law. Mrs. William Wood, ' • , . | -,. ,1, l ItJULllv:! -Ill-lilv, , l>ll.^. >Yll,l.«m .ivu.,, grade accompanied bj 'Mrs. W. . I. , n ((om iiidwK' at Ihe pin no. Mis. w. !..• . , _., .,_.. , , luiil of Osceola. (he guest sp?nk-,;; os er, gave an Inlcresllng talk enl 'Intcrimlional Helntlons." Mrs/ Tom Hudson was welcomed n-, a ne\v member. Delicious refreshments were served during the social hour. Hostesses were; Mn. Mrs. Einmll Chiles spring bonnet's chin stra]) ending in where they have spent Ihe past seven weeks. Julian James, of Jonesboro, IS to business here today. Many From Out oi Town AUend Johns Fuucra! Among the out of toivn ppnple here for the luncral services of Mr;-. Caruthei'sville Jaycscs Hold Election Monday CARUTlUajSVILI.lt;. Ma, Feb. 4- —'ll>u Junior Chamber of C'oiu- N.^oimslhursda^alternora'at tlur i""'"" wiU hold its annual olcdiau Presbyterian church of ofliccrs here niixt Monday ui^lit. Mrs. Belva Martin, of Kennctt,' Mr ^. F <j a i," non - Mrs L. .«itnin:ms. i Iroin iioinintilioiiii 01 two inem- war, in Dlylhcvllle today. i Mis' Mike Salilm. Mrs. S. ,3alihi.! bers for each ulUce, these sclec- Mrs. Elton Klrny and Mrs. J. A. Mrs Leech n re In Memphis today. tm... Salibiv nnd Mia; Vin.' , '«"':; having brcn mad; all of Herriii, HI; Mr.,. ! by the nominatini; committee. Thi. ,\i r and Mrs »*•' - ••• Sam m'Ralli/alion will elect nine ollic 1 , "jlciuberii to be volccl on nrc: Presulrnt—Fred Henley. Cluytoi MOTOONTHE TRAIL OF THE SEVEN SCROtLSI iin shoulders a collarlras neckline, bracclcl-lensth .'-Iceves, nnd indent; Brown Sisco, vice-president worn over a'.oflly taiiorccl d,,, c, dusty blue *«, wool^J1«I ^J*™. ^^^ r. Wesl Ridge—Helen Hinshaw, •jiTslilcnl; Lanell Moore, viec- jrcsidcnt; La Jiuu' Rhoads, ssc- Uury; llnrold Vetcto, reporter; II. J. Matdows jr., and J. A, Clirii;- inond, lenders. (ftillman—Mary I-Yftncrs Ncal president; Arline Shelley, vice- Also cartoon & serial, "Mysterious Pilot" with Caiitnin Franli llawhcs AdmiLsinn (ill 5 p.m. 10c & ?. Adiutoioii ;ifler 5 p.m. lOc * Si Sunday - Monday I,;.; H J Hale of Ihe en- iududed: Mines. Cletus White, ngenient and npproachl.iK mnr-JAncel Mohtgomery »«>"" nnl- inr.c or their daughter. Louise, la'- "'»"• R™ Cox - M - \rthur 1.. Rogers of New Albany, ;l \Vnshington, » ('. The Influenza nt his liome. 1003 W. Ash sulnd plnle was served. 'Hie sueals iiud H. W. Allen. r.. T l T J Mr. and Mrs. N. Koury and family Dies at lylet lOO ay „,„] M ,. and Mrs Sam Hnmra ol Steele; Mr. and Mr.;. L. D. Badci.iuy William M. Latter, H4-year-ol(l of Covlnglon. Tenn.; Hobcrl Ba.l- v(.-.klcnl of Tyler. Mo., died al the dour and Harry HatUlnd of Mnn- Miss.. •eddin"; will be solemnized at the First Presbyterian church here in he lute Spiing. Miss Hale is descended from two of Mississippi comity's most proni- daughlcr of the. late W. P. Hale, milder nnd nnnncier. and trie ;reat Branddaughtcr of Captain 3hnrle.-. Bowcii. slicrlll of the »unly lor twenty-one years, member of Ihc first Constitutional Convention ol Arkansas, and olllcer In .he Confederate army during the Civil War. After her graduation from Os•cola high school, where she took in active p:irt In nil rehco] aetivi- lirs. the attended Ktng-Sniilh Sliidlo Kchool In Waslungloii. She ,vas OscroUi's princess al Ihe Memphis Cotton Carnival In 1!B3 Mr. Rogers is the son ot Arthur L. Rogers. New Albany banker, and rs. Rogers. He received his U. A. grce from Mlllsaps College rk.ton. Mississippi, and his M. A . . . .. . ., MJ.w Enln Davis Cullom had ns home of Ills son. William Ulster, i ford, Tenn.: Miss Connie Ben ml her week-end house-sucst Miss 1 at, 7:30 o'clock this morning, llcj rim! Fi'cd Baddour of Memphis; 1 ! Barbara Clinton of Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. W. Cl. Cord have! Wils slrieken i month ago. hart been seriously wllh , . moved lo Manila, where Ihey wlllj make their home. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. O. Apple Vill! occupy the house they vacated, ill since he 'victor Bnddonr andMrs.M.D. B;xd- parnlysis a ( ] olu . 0 1 Hushes; Dnvc Iladdnd. Mre. Sai<r ami Sum Snlg of K.u-lr; Rich- Pimcral arrangemrnls are !n- a r ,|°mmi!i ol Sennth; Mr. nnd Mrs. complete but services will be held N c. gniibn and Mr. and Mis. Rich- Mrs. ,1, P. Oils, who Is 111 wllh (,„„,„, ly ' ycars . sometime tomorrow. Mr. taster had lived at Ty'er sinus infection. incuts nl a Memphis hospital (his week. Miss Eula Davis Cullom entertained the following guests wilh a theatre, pnrty in Memphis Saturday afternoon: Misses Harhnra Clinton. Edna Trnylor and Lois Jean Oreer. After thtir marriage nnd bridal our. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers will ve In Washington "here he Is onnecled with a government bu- CRrcc from George Washington Holland News l.co Kiillnmn, of San Francisco. CHlif.. v.as the Sunndy guest i>f Mr. and Mrs. Voris Workman. Mr Kullman led late Sunday to join his wife, who Is in Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Ward »nd daughter and Mrs. c. P. Jenkins were In Memphis lasl week lo take Mrs. Ward lo the Baptist hoipitn liiversity in Washington. He is nt where she ts lo undergo an opcra- embcr of Kappa Alpha fratern- "on for appendicitis and gal .'tones. Judge Griddle. Mrs. Bcatricf uc Is survived by his wife and Icn sons and daughters: ,lim. William and WS'lie Laster and Mrs. Minnie rorbes ol Tyler, Mrs. Rosa T'rcnllss of Keiscr. Mrs. Bcrllia Arnold ol Wardell. Mrs. Evn Haley of Nnmtcr Nine, Miss Vcr.i aster. Miss Ella Ulster and W. M. lasler. ol Hullinan. Haiina runeral Home Is In charge of luncral arrangements. Will Pa7Tribntc To Justice Louis Brainless Al services Sunday afternoon al .1 o'clock hi Temple Israel. Uio thcmd ol Rabbi Herman Pollack's At the Hospitals a I'd Akcl of Julner; Mr. :' I/Jills George and Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Moore ol Osceola; Mr. and Mrs Phillip George and family. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. George and family. Mr and Mrs. George Shibblcy. Mr. am! Mrs'. Mose Sliman. Mr. an:l Mrs William Kllas, Mr. and Mrs I'' Johns, and Mrs. fanieccy of Uix- ora; and Mr. and Mrs. Oabriv' Mike and family and Mr. and Mrs Lancasler of Manila. Mrs. Johns died Tuerday m;.vn Ing following n stroke of paralysis School Band Is To Give Concert Tucsdaj the nlylhevlllc sdn-,'l I*nil wi pivc n concert fcrmon will be; "Life and Work <>( t | lc ],jn|, ..^hool audiloriuin Bradford and Miss Nellie wrrr in Maiden the first of Ifie week visilinR friends and. relative. Miss Clco Mansum and Mrs. Cllvev rinncy ot Brnsfi City were here to iittcna the funeral of Mrs. Kobie Weeks. Mr nril Mrs. V. L UI>:V v.xre ] in Memphis this week to attend I (fie Golden tournament _, . J . . r _. , , t c- i\ >«iv vruiu<-n *_>iv>4«7.> iwtn u,liil T :ilfc. Mrs. Arthur McDanic . of scn«lli.; Th vv(?rn accompanicl , hv At!B5 \to, underwent a lonsl ectomy yes-' j,, nKS lh( , Ho , !6n( , VM|1 ' H who erday at the niytbeville. hospilal. . lon lh( , lmf , n onc Division o; Vcrnon B. FXicr, who has been u,,. (ourncv. at the Blythevlllc hospital sluc= | The condition ol Mrs. Granny anuary 16, when he was critically j wilford. who has been 111 for some njured In a highway accident, was I time at Ihe home of her daugri- .Justice Louis D. Bramlels—Hirtli- <iay Tribute." American Jewry is honmn; Brandeis on the occasion ol his ri'- cent 81st birthday for the rervi,-" ho has rendered his poctplr MI:| mankind In general. In bis .'•Primn. Rabbi 1'ollack will discuss Hie influences in bralideis' youth Ihil made him interested in (ho problems of life, his career as a \ 011113 lawyer concerned In cxpwins injustice, his subsequent contributions toward human amelioration, nnd his present aims and objective:.. A cordial invitation is extended to the public. Lloyd liosers is the retiring pres- lent.'nnd Clyde Harper the oiil^o- j secretary. oscs Part of Finger In Unusual Accident .hick WilrT.n. driver of n IMvlhn- illi' poslnllie puri-l post truck, lost !H> end of his forefinger on the ight Iniiul yesterday in a peculiar iccidcnt. He was altoniptin? lo unfasten the bumper of his triirk nn:l th.it [i car. which had become caught, when the end of his finger was wedded between the two picrcs of slcel. The finger w:is cut off half way to Ihe /irsl joint. pre.sldonl; Mnry ]\ : a l'atlcri-o:i fcccrdar.v; Mnrshall Spears. rei>oit- cr: Mrs, O. G. Men, lender. Whittcn Mavis RiuMiiivt. president; Adtll PaniiL'll. vicc-presi- ctrnt; Mamie Jo Rushlni. .'ocreliiry: Mary Frances Lon<-. rc]iort- or; P. J. Deer and Mrs. C. It. ". j Uushin;:. lenders. Milligan Ridge—Lucille Va:;l- iid!^r, president; Jolm !jha:.-leeii vice-pre.skient; Clco Watl.s, :iccrc tary; f.lnvy Aliistiiin, reporter;' Mr ;ind Mrs. J. W. Bcbaugli. leaders Liniiey—Robert Johnson, prcsi dent; Wanda Kizcr, viue-pivsi dent; Sylvia Cook, secretary; Jus nitn White, reporter; Mrs. M. A Middlcton, loader. Bmdcttc—H. C. Weadievs president; C. F. Tompkins jr vice-prcsidenl; Dorothy McKu> st-cictnry; Glenn Thompson, rt. poilcr; L. H. Aulry, leader. Misco Rehan—Clinc Chisin, prer :clrul; Dick Walker. vice-]ire:udcnl Mary Lou Grady, secrctnrj ."iiinecs Hinc. reporter; Mrs. l.ur Fcr<l, Ml!;:; Turner, II. Spicer an L. A. McDnnDicls, lenders.. Head Courier News Want. Ads. COLDS ;\inl FEVER lirsl ilay Hrailachri 30 Liquid. Tablets Culvr. Noiie Drops '" " trj "liuli-j|y-Tism"-AVot1il's Liniment Buy Furniture Now - Pay This Fall \Vc arc again ready lo do business <> u K a 11 Ti'rnis. one-half doivi), balance CM. 1, lil.'iS. This applies nil iinylliing i" cur .stork prnvitlril the I'ill Eiinoiinls tit as liuirh as 5">. HUBBARD Fl/Ri\n'(FKK CO. Illythcvillc, Arli. to leave the hospital today. Roland Brogdon was removed unimproved. Her. MV.I. Dewcy Kcnley. Is still from the Husband-Wall clinic lo- 1 1. Myor», stipcrlnlcndcnt of - day in a Co bb ambulance follow- 1 lll(v "°>'-->»rl public school?, an- liw a lonilleclomv inonnccd thnt starlin? Friday (here in ;a tons lee omj. _________ _ I would be a series ol education,,! Clinton Kutledgc. ot Cuceola, has Men nrimitlecl to the Mel/more :llnic al Memphis. Mrs. H. L. King, of Manila, was taken to the Memphis Baptist hospital yesterday. . Mrs. J. T-. Otis, of Wilson, is a patient at the Memphis Bapllst hospital. Oarrard Caudlll underwent an operation for appendicitis yesler- day at the Memphis Methodist IIDJ- iMlaV. His patents acxdrhpanled him W. M. liijloi-, Mr? John >v'alh«- down one! his {diner, a. a. Caudlll, alon and Mts J. W> Bader played returned last night. Mrs. Caudiil cards with the club and M/s. W. W. ii rcinalnlng with him. Umbtirgrr fhcese p,cUs ils mm; from the town of Limburg. Belgium, but mast o! It is manufactured. In Germany. Rmd Courier News Want Acl« parents and friends nf tlir ?.7 members may hear them perform. There will bo no charge. A varied program will be rrnrlcr- rd under Ihn dirretlon of Charles ^ Moorhead director. Calumet News Mr. and Mr--. A. r. Hall avr the parents of .1 n;Mr-pnunri torn January M. Wh,' nnmcd Cl;i;,:-ir i'carlint-. Velma l.rr Fnrd i'- ill Oiis woek. Wylie Cilovrr w.r. tlir s' lc - s ' «' Mr. n'H M''~ Anslin Olovcr, of DClt, over the week end. Bonnie Jean Ifctker 1ms returned home from Driver Grove where she has ben iittrndinu srliool. Richard Hall will leave in a few days for California. h;>;, been films shown nt Ihc high school weekly. The first picture is to be 13otby Brefn In "Rainbow on the River." a picture that dc«ls wtti life on Ihc Mississippi river dur liiE Ihc Civil War days. In cider, lo con 11 tine these films ,\ small] admission is to be charged. Jim White, who has boon ill for the past few days nllh Inllueiva, is still not improved. A clock which flcks tverv second would have lo run for almost 32 years In order to lick onc billion I limes. ONLY S485 1937 Ford V-S Stake ricknp Color Black. Low milengr. A-l Coiulition. 81-0 Uiis one today. SPKCIAL. $107.00 down and ?35.00 pec in on Hi. 5th & Walnut wi.h Alan Curtis • Ralph Morgan ecUd by Fr>n( Bofzi(e i* l..-Jc-,(t^ l. M-.'>^*'ci ilsc raianiounl News ft Selcclcd Shorts. CnEithiunus showing Sun- la.v. Admission Sunday Maliiiec * N'isht IGc & Me. Admission Monday Mat. lOc & 2(ic mi'sid], Moil. Night IGc k r,8c OXY Ailinkslon Always lOo & '^6° Sbniv every uighl. nialliiccs Krl- ila.v, giiiurdiiy Jt Sunday Only. Friday & Suluiny Matinees st»r( ''•^ p.m. Saturday Continuous sliowtiif from I to 11:^0 p.m. Night shows start G:i!i p.m. Today Hour Try il IDS Crown, Vac- .ckcd Coffee. We guarantee each pound lo give alisf action. -:- •;- -:- 109 W. Main Street - -- Phone 15 Friday - Saturday THE ONE AMD ONLY BUCK JONES/ HOLLYWOOD ROUHDUP Also rarffion .& serial, "Tim Tyler's I^iicli.'* Ccnlunions slioivtn^ Saturday !l Sunday - Monday •p6.ia.de/ Kvcr.v l.ojinnnnirc aril ex-service man <<hn»l(l srr this plrfurr. Also fox News k Comedy.

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