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PAGE TWO BLYTHJBVILLE (ARKi) COURIER-NEWS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1938 Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Circle one of woman's Auxil- fary of the First Presbyterian cluuch meeting with Mrs. lloss Stevens; Circle Two with Mrs. W. I Osfcornc; Circle Three with Mrs. T. J. Mfthan: Circle Four postponed until next Monday. AU meetings begin at 2:30 p.m. Mrs, Iverson Morris having Lake fticet Missionary, society for social meeting at 2;30 p.m. Woman's Missionary Society ul First Methodist clwrcH meeting at'church nl 2:30 p.m. for a pro- 'gram. Cll-clc One of Woman's Missionary Union meeting with Mrs. •Ro'i- crt Griirtes; Circle T\Vo Mr=. T. \V. Jeffries; Circle Three, Mrs. Jim Brackln; Circle Four, Mrs. Mall Moriaehan; Circle Five, Mrs. ArcU liincteey. All meetings begin at 2:30 . p.m. Young Woman's Bilile class ol First Baptist church having 'monthly business and social meeting at home ol Mrs. Chester Cn):l- weli st nl§hl. Garden club meeting at cilyi hall, 7:30 p.m. TOESOAY'K FVKNTS Mr. and Mrs.. A. Conway entertaining. the Tuesday. Night Supper, club at 6:30 p. in. Mrs. Miurny Smart having the Young Matron's Bridce club. Tuesday, Bridge clul) meeting '\vJtli Mrs. Hnrry Kirb.v. .FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Hat- Birthday Dinner Miss Marianne Nabers assisted by her mother, Mis. Chester Nn- her's, entertained eight of her friends at a dinner parly at the Rustic Inn Friday night because it was her IBth birthday. The color scheme .of rose and green was carried out In tbe cake with 10 candles nntl in jars of mints at each plate. Miss Nabers received', gifts from [Miss Virginia Blackwood Weds Jettie Driver Today frltST BAPTIST CHDKCI1 Walnut and Klghtl* Alfred Carpenter, Pastor 0:30 a. in. Sunday school. 10:40 a. morning worship. CSCEOLA, Ark., Feb. 12, ; - Whlte calla lilies etched In snowy relief against a background of deep green will form Ihc setting for the twilight wedding this evening of Miru Virginia Blackwood, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. DVy.lght H. Blackwood, and Jettie Bowen Driver, youngest son of the late Mr. mid Mrs. Jettie Driver. The Ilev. E. L. Cole, pastor of tun First Baptist Church, will read the ring ceremony In the presence of relatives of both families, close friends and out of. town guests, at six-thirty o'clock. While fjucsts are assembling, a prelude of nuptial music will be playixl by Mrs. E, S, Driv4r, who will also accompany Nfrs. Hal Mc- llaney of Kcnnett, Mo., as she :ir.gs, "All For You." and "" Promise Music—"Home Blessed Day", choir. Offertory duct. Sermon — " Gut," pastor. C:3(/ p. ni. training unions. - 7:30 p. m. evening worship. Music—"Come lo the Temple," choir. Offertory solo-Arthur Nelson and Ir.ii vihraharp. Sermon—"If Christ had given Another Salvation," pastor. '• All-Church Night, Wednesday: . T0(,. p: iii. departmental meetings. 7:M p. in. mid-week ncrvicc. 8:30 1>. in.' choir rehearsal. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth (ico. W. Patterson, Minister 9:45 a. m., Bible school, W. O. puerln, KUperintcndeiil. 11:0(/ a. m., worship, communion and preaching. "Tim Forgotten (hod art my God; early will 1 feek tliee; \my soul thlislclh for thce, !"ny flesh longelli for tlice in, a dry. and (hir.sty land, where no walEr is;" Psalms 63:1. ^ I The Lesson-Sermon also includes! the following passages from the Chrlstltin IBcicncc textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Ed-1 dy: "Soul aiid Spirit being one, God and Soul are one, and this one never Included in a limited rtilnU or a limited body." Page 335. A Christian Science program is broadcast each Wednesday at 11:15 a.m. over KLCN. Silver Of Psalms Awarded Divorce Decree b And Custody of Child FIRST CIHJHCII OF THE NA/AKKNK P.upha D. ISrasley, raster 9:-l5 a. m. Sunday school. Noble McCullai* tmncrlnlciidcnl. 11:0(1 a. in. Morning worship. Ccrniun iiibjetl, "The Widow's Mite." V:tO p. m. N. Y. P. S. 1:V> p. m. Evening service. Sermon subject, "A Buried Treasure." Mrs. Opal McCbrmlck Has been granted a divorce decree In vacation on the ground of indignities by Chancellor J. P. GauUiey at Jonesboio. Her suit charged intlignllies and she was awarded custody of a minor child, according to her attorney, E. 13. Alexander, who said the suit was uncontested. Me." Victor Herbert's, Vow" be the sermon theme. . 'Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life," wljl be played softly (luring the exchange of vows. The vows will lie spoken In the formal living room before an improvised altar of Bclmi>r.m.\ nalnis 2:00 p. m., Fidelis soclcly meeting. 13:15 p. m., Youlh council meeting. 7:30 p. m., worship and preaching. "The Highway lo^.Zion" will be the pastor's sermon "topic. Wednesday, 'i:30 sing ing and program at Christian Hall. All members cf the church and then Woodwardla ferns and white floor! friend-, are urged to come. tasJrels of Easter lilies. The white "' -' —-—- ••- "GolalluH.rValcnlmcs. kid?" . , / "All except Cliiick's. I ain't clcaile «lielliet I love linn ;i dime s irarlli ot just'two-lor-a-nickcl's worth." ^ down lo'ivii mid residential sec- 1 lie-ns. who care lo add plnnte to Walker part und who care to promote- interest in individual gard- ning end ymd improvement are Invited lo attend. her guests. Margaret Jane ' Acton, Miss Mary Adah Robinson, Miss Anita Fnye Beck, Miss Mary Frances Oucrin, Miss Gloi tin, 'Miss Churchill Buc Helen Moore, and Miss Patterson. Efect Officers Officers for 1938 were elected at the meeting of Hie Business Women's Circle of (lie First Baptist church last night wlien Circle Five of the Woman's Missionary Union served supper "to the group. Miss Minnie Brown was elected chairman of the. group and .Mrs. Bits of News' Mostly Personal. green color note will be t'lir-. .Wo most cordially invite the public. Strangers hi our city es- Wilson Sociely — Personal (her emphasi/ed' by white roses pepially Invited: We'll try to innkc " ' " ' ..... "" Mrs. Marvin Robinson was lead-, were Hie guests of Mrs. Lucy Mo- sketches from the life of John B. >nd lilies arranged throughout the 'ower floor of the Blackivoad home. Lah Wllllums n and Paul Blackwood, relatives of Wn brld.B( will light the cathertrnl inptrs In wrought ivon floor caiult-lama. Tile Bridal Chorus from "Loluin- rhi" will mark the processional as IhP'brlttc descends (lie flairway with/her fatlicr, Dwight li: Blackwood, who will give her ill marriage. She will Kc gowned in a v.-alding dl-css of Ivor/ satin in ftmilire stylo with, lace yok'u, yon glad that you Came our way. If your membership Is in an- olher city, why not place your membership with Ihc church here and let us work together for the extension of the Master's kingdom? Wo are counting on everyone to do his best. utton sleeves and a court Vick-Thinuncll Of interest lo their many friends hci'R was the wedding of Miss Helen Vick, daughter of Mrs. John Vick of Wilson, and' Jack Tram- mcll, Kon of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Trammell of Drlvc'r. The marriage was solemnized by the Rev. D. D. Scger. pastor of the Baptist, church on Tlinr&lay evening at the par- scmagc.^with only immediate mem- ners of both families present. The bride and groom will make thelv home here where they are both employed. V. \\. ,\: fllccling Miss Lois Jean Grcer was hostess ta the Y. W. A. of the Baptist Church nl her home Tuesday evening. After a short program and 'biu;ine.s:i meeting, plans were made for special campaign for new FlLGKIAi LUTIIKKAN CHURCH Sixth ami Walnut Streels 11: J. Klcinaienst, Vastnr Sunday school, 0:00 a. m. cin): cmplmsis 011 Y . w . A . in ; Morning worship, 10:00 a. ni-! e , uircl nud UlB gro , , lvin sh Sermon subject: Tlie InconsLsleii- cy of 1 Unbelief." members. This is Hie week of spc- the iing a Widely known as an authority on songs of Biblical times and as in interpreter of ancient folk songs JCSEC Phillips-Robertson will appear at the First Presbyterian Munch here Monday night. To Present jSongs And Insu'umenl.s Of Bblical Times A musical program of the oldest .yrlc songs in existence lo the accompaniment of Ihe strange but interesting munioil Instruments of Bible limes will bo presented Monday. 7:30 p. m. at. the First Prcs- bytcritin church. This program is presented by Jesse Phillips-Robertson, widely known as the "Singer of Psalms" and one of America's favorite story tellers of ancient days. Mr. Robertson liss spent much time in Syria, Palestine and Egypt studying ihe music of tliosc countries and Ihe shepherd life there. The Hebrew folk SOURS have been liir, particular field of interest. As a nioiieer in his field he has explored every corner of it and many At the Hospitals Ruby Myers, 10-year-old daughter of Liindruin Myers, who was latally injured when he was struck by a car as he was walking along the highway early Saturday morn- lim. was removed to iho Blythc- viiio hospital yesterday in a Cobb ambulance. She te undergoing; tl'ClltlllCllt. ( Mrs. Haidin Boslick, of Osceola,' was taken to the Memphis Baptist hospital lost night in a Holt ambulance. Kiiy Cox, of Caruthcrsville, IB a ):aticnt at SI: Joseph's hospital, Memphis. Mifs Gloria' Aliernc, of CaruUi- crt.ville. has been admitted to ihe Memphis Baptist hospital. NEW SPRING YAHNS AND FASHIONS By BcniLlf FREB INSTRUCTIONS Mrs. l,cslie Hooper Ilt'D Cliichn'iiairba I'lione • 782 Tile Lutheran Hour each bun- >.rnii;. She will wear two ve>is,: Ihe •ll'St Including two lengths Of II- nm LJUIUUIUII nuui uaL:u oiui- luslon hanging from o cap coronet.'day 3:30. p, m. over coast-to-coast >f luce held in plficc witn orange j network. Try KLCN ilo3i.oms. The second 3n;6sell r s lace and of j Evening worsh 7:30 p. m. was puro'nnsc.1 ! Subject: "Joseph of Arimathca." by the bride in Brussells during Sunday schcwl teachers meet Frl- her European tour. She will can-y i bouquet of Calla lilies and .her •.illy jewelry will be a- diamond and icarl i.'l". '•-..'' Mro. HerUert Slilppen, Jbatrpn of ionor and sister of the bride- will wear aquamarine chlf- day, 7:00 p. m.' A cordial welcome awailr, all. Rea:| John 8, 47. TEMPLE iSK/.EL Herman Pcllach, llabhi p.m.—Sunday school classcr Mrs. 1). C. Andcivrjn and tlaup,h- Limnmun ui me biuup nut.1 iviio. r Hzsilllliums, 11 unt: hiuiy ui 1JL '-i l .. i • -..- -,» i- - Gatthcr King, co-chairman. Other! Creoles ol Louisiana was told H / ' 11 ! 'H v 5 ,' *r i 7 ,. mmi j . . - D .'. : • _ _ ; • . • _ . _. .1' . ., . ,,,..., i l-pnlM nun Mis': -7.fl'l-lp l.r>\Yic nl officers chosen were: Miss Jewel Mrs., Charles Alford Lee, secretary-treasurer; Miss Pearl Lee, program chairman; Miss Zolti Graftcn, social 'chairman; Mrs. Quincy Alexander, chairman of i which iyfb. -Hall read a pceiti.on '" : followin"' Hoath and Mlw r.tths Lewis a Siltestoii, are sp'criiHnj} lire week mission study; Mrs'. Lily Sisk, pub- | the licity chairman. The program was < - n ^- tlie Et':ile" : of Georgia. In n talk made ty Mrs. liadcr, it was egaled that GcorgiaTa, vlllo. Tenn., A-tto H S.cph- 01 uic Mls.i Louisa AnOerson. 1 Russell Phillips went to Nash- V-neck, puff sleeves, and,-,ih stesion. Rehearsal of tlie pmin wide sash of- the same shade. She ,.Play will be hejd. .vill 'carry Roosevelt rceas. | 3:0" ii.m.—Wcekly services. Read; The bridegroom, will '00 attended tb?E from ScipUlres will be Exodn: jy His firoUier. James D. brirer, as'"X jdenllng with- the ethical 'i' i...i „,„,. ' Ism of tin presented, by Miss Pearl Lee, Mrs. I fctkvac >'' Miss Miltlrc(1 R""""*""'. J. IK Ne«'«im and Mrs. H H., , h t , ^lorton* or thc EOUthi Brocks, who Jiad for Ihc • subjects' aml chnr , c . R , dci . Riiml(lU com . Friday lo be ^villi and her riiother, Mrs. Gnlhbun, who umler- ir operation today. Jlr. of theii' talks "Homeland." Mrs. Newsoin offered prayer. Supper was served .to the eight members and three visitors by Mrs. Tom W. Jackson, Mrs. Jess Seaman,; and Mrs. H. H. Brooks who were hostess Circle Five. poser of "Maryland. My Maryland." Tire first reunion of the Confederate soldiers was held in this stnli;. Mrs. Badcr- also told seme interc£ling facts about Lou- [ ..'itiana. It was Ihc home of] representatives of! Ge'rr Beaurcgard. \vlio ordered the i ucsooy. Tlio- Rev. Memphis, who Waller Co.bb for n number best man. Immcdlaltly afler the ceremony, Mr. 'Driver and' his bride will motor o Mtanphis where they will en- lraln. for a western- bridal trip. The bride will .travel in a spring mil. of black mnngone, v.ith silver fox 'furs, a small' bat and of Have Surprise Birlhday Dinner first shot of the "War Between the Slates" fired, and Father Ryan, {.In.whose honor ;t S5,COO monument being erected on live Jefferson Mrs. Edgar Brown and Mrs.!Davis highway in Louisiana by John Murray surprised Uicir lllc naujhlcrs of the Confederacy molher, Mrs. • Lotlie Lillnrd,' withi of l . l ' al/ slal f'. , a birthday dinner Thursday night I Et>!1 '>' : MBlhls ' Ilayc<1 at Mrs. Brown's home near Denton, Mo. Guests included Mrs. L. E, Gay, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McMullins. old time friends cf Ihd guest of honor, and. members of (lie family, who chowered Mrs. Lillard with an assortment of gifts en her tirlhdav. '69tli study by Bach as the concluding number on the program. Refreshments of pineapple ic2 craaiu and marble cake were served by Ihe hostesss. \cars was pastor of the First Presbyterian church here, attended (o liufiness in BlythcUUc to- dny. Mra. B. J. Browne, who has been quite 111 at her home, is no better today. Mr. and Mrs. 'C. A. Cunningham arc expeclpd lo return tomorrow from Little Rock where they have been' since Thursday. \ Mrs. Altoti -Jaggcrs. Miss • Helen Grimes, Mrs. Lee Groin Whittle- Mrs. -James SmOtticririnn nnd Mis? Bntdni\o -Jnggers arc in Memphis nud lli-ollicr, Hatching accessories. Upon their return they will lie at home willi '*r. and Mrs. James D. Driver until Ihc completion of their nu\v ,me which is to be built on Lee street. Among Ihe out-of-town guests will be Jurtge John D. Martin and-. Mrs. Martin; Mr. and Mra. V.' P.. Winton, Mr. .-and. Mrs. Mnlcolm Driver, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Chism, J. Skclton Driver nnd Mrs. Sy'lvanns Polk of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. A. I,. MoNiel of Little Rock; Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Row- the personality of followed by selected-readhigs-fron the Talmud. . Eermnn theme. "Six Months r ^Review." A discussion of the woi 1 j'Einco September and the immcdl nte tasks facing the community . jirt most cordial iiivitalioii is ox tended (o- all. . Miss Km Uavc Uutch Suri'.cr. The Fldelis Sunday school clas: of the First Baptist church nad Its monthly social iiKcliiig last night when they met at the home cf Mrs. G. C. Hawks for a dutch Surprisul With Luncheon Friends of Mrs. B. E. Vail sui-j supper. prised'her with R luncheon Thurs-! Twenty-three, members of the day afternoon at hsr home when each woman brought a favorite (ilsh. were present for this affair, and 'following—the slipper, a short business meeting was held. luncheon, quilts _ „ needlework were T° , lr j- Following the ana-" other i brought out and thc afternoon! was spent In sewing- and quilting. Guests at the luncheon were Mrs. T. J. Mnhan, Mrs. F. D. Underwood, Mrs. E. A. Hale, Mrs. S: L. Spradley, Mrs. B. 'R. Allen, Mrs. D. "C. McLean, Mrs H C Hclder. Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. Vail. * * * Clan; Has Election rra, 'of Gcceol.a, .will go lo Triiu- Tenn., GuiVeiay lc) Visit their MOllle lit her Reed home jjrandrtlotlicr, Mrs., ivllo Is 'critically ill there. B. B. Elnimons 'and B: M. Mat- thcte returned yesterday 'from o tttp to Hie Rio Grande Valley anil other points of Texas. They well: gon'o for ten days. XVrs. C. "B. ITOI't and daughter, yes. who has an ear infection, might con- •laud.of Hot Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Hal McHancy and Mi's. Belva Mar- In of Kcimelt, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. Wilson and son. Blliy, Judge G. E. Keck and Mra. Keck, and Mrs. Tom Boyles. of Blytlie- Cni-ol Ann. Went to Memphis tt'rday so that Carol Ann, Mrs. Rubye Kettinger was elect- C. cd president of the Euzelian Sun-' day school class of the Firsi Baptist church at the monthly meeting Friday night at the home of Mrs. Turner Kissell when Mrs. Chas. Razor had charge of the devotional. Other offlcfrs elected were: Mrs Ted , King, first vice president; Mrs.. Woodrow Fisher, second vice President; Mrs. J. Rambo, secretary; Mrs. L. S. Benish, reporter; ,Mrs. Tiuner Klssell, first group captain ;yMrs. Roy Porter, second group.captain; Mrs. Charles Razer, third group "captain, Mrs. Jessie Cain, social chairman. • To Meet Monday. The" Blylhcviile Garden Club, which has started Its meetings for Ihe year, will meet Monday nlg'nt, 7 30 o'clock, at the city hell Al- that lime ; the committees, Appointed at .a meetln?' last week, will . .report anil p'lnns will. be Inad6 lo continue, the program m- which Is nurliin' \Mlii avr I'rogi'Liin Ai'-J Social Mccline. Msr. James Hill will b'r leader i of Ihc program 1 Monday afternoon when thc Woman's Missionary So- cicl yof Ihe First M'cthodist church meets at 2:30 pjn. at the church for its monthly program nnd social mCeting. Roy Walton Hostesses for the altcnioon-.vill l;p Mrs. Edwin Jones, Mrs. c. C. Lartgalcil, MrS. J. W. Paiker. Mrs. C. E. Crlggcr. Mrs. E. V. Hill. Mrs. R«dman. Mrr.. Roland Green. Mrs.. Edgar Hcirick and Mrs. E. J. Browne. Will Hold Singing Convention At Steele Mis. Alta May Scudder Al FIRST FRKSBVTERIAN CHtJH€ S. H. Salmon, paslor :' Thn Rev. John- R. Crockcll, 1 D,, famous "Bis.liop ol the Ozarks nnd newly named president of A" saii College "al Batcsville. *i preach in. Ihe morning worship a ll:i}0 o'clock. In the evening worship at 7; o'clock, Ihe pastor will hegin a ne series of sermons on the Ijord Ftiiycr, Ihe first one being on "Oi Father Who Are in Heaven." Other regular services of da ns usual. FIRST METHODIST CHUKCH !!> Lynn. Watie, Pastor. Morning services, begin', with Sunday School' at 9:45'a. m. The preaching service will be at 10:55 a. ni. Tlie. Junior choir/ directed By Mre. Wilson Henry, will sing an^ '.miming church | ofl tho folksongs used on his pro- .1 vices on Sunday, and will be | itcrtainetl by Hie /W. M. U. on \ ondny evoniny. i sult B specialist. They are ex pected to rctum today. ^fre. Fred Haliba rehiniird yes- Ic'rdiiy from Mcmvmis where she teen with her nioili'c'r. jf ST. Gcoi-g*. who was lakcn to Hospital Tuesday for an examination. Zeilner returned Friclaj night rro'ih R\. touis where he has been doing spring buying for his ->tbrc. Mrs. How&rd Proctor, of Little fiock, w-ho Vias been the guest of Miss Conduce colc.'mftn and Mrs. S. S. Sl'eh^el-g Aiid oilier friends tor life pail two ddys, Vetunicd to her home today. Arch Llnrlsey attended to tusi- P.ESS In Little Rock yesterrjny. KE1SEH.. Ark.—Mrs. AUn May Scudder. 48, died' n't the home of her daughter, Mrs. Abe Brock, iflcr a short illness. Mrs. Scudder was born at Augusta. Ark., and ins lived in the Kefeer community ccvcnil years. The Rev. J. I,, "mull held tile funeral services at Garden Point cemetery. Mrs. Scudder is survived by six children and several grandchildren. STEELE, Mo.— An afternoon Head Courier News Wain Ads. Tlie evening service's will begiii at 7:30 p. m. The pnslor will coii- linue his 1 scries of sermons on "Thc Ten Commandments." !; K. S. Initiation if New Mfihuers Thirty-five members nnd visil- 15 attended the regular meeting f the G. E. S. Thursday evening t the Mae-onic Mall. The rooms cere beautifully -dccoralcd with r.ring flowers and while candles, even new members were iniliated. ollowed-by a social hour. The Val- ntinc molif was carried out in ho refreshments, served by the dassett. ladies. Mrs. Champ Can- 1911 ot Marie,. Mrs. Ella llughen itid-.Mrs. Flslier. of Afonette were :ut-of-town visitors, * * * Mrs. J. A\ Merrill. Mis. A. L. Crltlendon, Mrs. Bva Klkitis and Mre. K. P. Cullom attended the u. D. C. meeting of the newly organized' chapter mimed "James Franklin Davis" Held in Osccola in the Progressive Club rooms Tuesday aflenicon. This chapter has been named' in honor of Dr. J. P. Davis, pioneer physician of Ihc Evndnlp and Wilson communities, .ind lalher of Mrs. Dora Merrill and Mrs. Eva Elkins. The next Heeling will be held at Ihe home of Mrs. W. B. Burkclt at Bassett on May istli; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McKcnzle of West. Memphis and Mrs. Patria •Jalan of Memphis, visited tlieir nany friends hern Thursclay and (tended Ihe meelins of ttic- O. E. that night. Rev, and Mrs. D. D. Scger and Ir. and Mrs. C. C. Crockett made business trip to Memphis Wcd- ics<fay. Mr. ntirf Mrs. E. D; Bryan of •Icmphis iia'vc moved here this wcsk. He Is the new traffic manger for Lee Wilson & Company. Billy Pipkin, live year oltl son of .Jr. and Mrs. Herbert Pipkin, who las ten quite ill for the past (vcek wllli pneumonia :lm l other 'omplications, j s still unimproved are ;;o old thnt. their dale cannot be determined. Aside from knowing these songs Mr. Robertson has revived the old time instruments which were used in accompanying- them. These he u^es in his own program and the> may be inspected at the close o 1112 service. EBUIC of the instru- mcntr, which Mr. Rohcrli'oti use; arc the timbrel, ten-stringed psal tery. shepherd's flulc, lule niu silver trumpet. An unusual fcatun, of his program is the long-nccket flute. This instrument is a copy o: the lute of David's time adapted only so that the player caji artop it tu modern harmony. Mi. Roborlson appears m,. cos, tunic and lells a slory as he" pro scnts the musical number! His program is presented her under Iho auspices of- llic ndu Jioir of the church. CITZ everything for your entertainment and comfort. Admission Matinee 10c & 2iic Admission Night 16c & 3Gc DANGER , . . Invisible! KARLOFF ... Invincible! CAUl) OK THANKS . . We wislj to thank our man friend. 1 ;, doctor and nurses fo Uieir kindnesses shown us during (he illness and death of om 1 dear molher. Eddie Burks Guy ISnrks Mis. Lou Payne Mrs. b. C. Payne Mrs. Ira Koon:e BQRIS KARLOFF • MARIE.Wlt-SON :• EOOIE CRAVEN Oifected bi John F»frbn • Screen Pli] bj COM Wilbur • Trim UK Pla) bi Hjlpfc - ' ' • t W«R«l» «»OS Pitloit Also cartoon & serial "Mysterious/'j Pilot" willi Captain Frank Havkts . Continuous Showing Admission till 5 p.m. ICc & 2(ic :\iliniisicii after 5 p.m. IGc &• :ilc CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES 708 W. Mam "£oul" is (he subject of Ihc L?s- scn-Scrmou which will be rear In all Cliurchcs of Christ Scientist, oil Sunrtny. rcbriiary 13. 1.138 The Cioltlen Text Is "My ton shall be joyful in Ihe Lord: it shall rejoice in his salvation.' Ftalms 35:5. Araon? the rithtlons wliich comprise the ljCf,-on-Sermoii is tlv Ftllowing from the Bible: "O God Shillings mniitt in are in constant de- England. There are singing convention will be held; 1,050.000 coin gas rneters in grcat- al the Slecle Baptist church sun- [ cr London aloiic, and .these may day afternoon .beginning at one i hold as many ns 30 sllillliigs cnc!i o'clcck. Some special ——••-"-- <-'•'-•- »— '^- - n-j •..-•-- -• nre lo be present.. quartettes ;b6fore Ihey nre emptied once every t'ivo mouth?. rtrsons ililcrcsrc>1 in tile clean-1 ns up of Blythevlllo, both In thei imm COST . ORLY $i5S.oo 1934 Ford V 4 Pickup This ia a 1'tal buy. Only SG2.00 do\\ni and $1-3.00 per inonlh. 5lh & Walnut Ph6ne 810 SUNDAY'S MEINU Sptcial T-fione Slcak Dinnn ...................... x lhV nirtWf r ...... ......... '..,\ Chicken Bfoth willi Shirrrrt Ess willi t.Mh Dinner Rrad Courier riew» Want Ads CMW or I'llAKKS The family of the late Mrs. Biiiic Hurst wish to take this means of expressing their gratitude for the kindnesses shown tlirm during their recent bereavement. SUNDAY la Lnncli 5c Choice: Swiss bleak Slewed Chicken and Noodles Fried Chicken & Gravy Vegetables: Gi'i:cu Pc;tr, . Baked I'olalors Creamed Com Sliced 'I'cjiintoc.'i Cofl'cc or Milk -Clieny Pie willi Whipped Cream Hot Rolls SIMPSONS ?*TATK LINK TAVERN liigbwav 61 Slate Line MEATS: Cr.ivj Fried S|)riii(r Chirkcn xiith Nntoi^l Baked Yoiui? Hen with' Crlci\ l)rr I-amb Koasl wilh Apr'f Biillcr Roast Btr.r «ilh J3ronn Gravy Roast Pork nidi Br6^n Gravy VEGli'IVVBLES: • Bntlcrcfl Carrofs . . . Corn rmlilin.- Crcanicd Asparagus Tips . . . Show I'lakdl I'6t.i(6cs DESSERT; ^ ^l r n'sii Cccuinit dkc «'lh l'r..iclKs _ j?late Luiidi . Choice, of \Ioal- a .»i {'] Sunn D^.ic,-,' I 2lul & Ash SI. ,_-' J •- Bring Your lest Sir Special Valentine Diniici in oiu' DiniiiR Room Sin i day "\Vherc Hospitality Is a Reality" Sunday - Monday Also Paramount News, rictorial ,t Egghead Cartoon (.'(uitiiiuoiis Showiiig Sunday idmission Sunday Matinee and Nifiht IGc & 30c •V(Ili:i«icn Mbn. Matinee I0o ft 2(Jo Admiv^ion i\lon. N'i.;h<, 16c ,t S6o OXY Admission Always lOo & Z6o Show every nlglit. Matinees Friday. Saturday & Sunday Only. Friday & Sunday Matinees start '=15 p.m. Saturday Continuous showing from T to 1I:.(0 p.m. Night shows start 6:45 p.m. Last Times Today \ RHYTHM-PACKED THRILLER! ' a&> & COLUMBIA PICTtlRC Abo cartoon * serial, "Ti m Tyler's l.uck." 'Sunday - Monday Sally Kilci-s and John Real hi wilh Hairy Carcj- A love ami lluill rli-nma of Ihr- men tthn bnnillr niti'ojflycrriiic In (lie, oil firlil.s. Also I-'ox News & (;oiiicdy |

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