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PAGE.,TWO BLYTHEVTLLE. (ARU COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1931 Society Calendar Monday The Finance 'ccmmlltcc of the Business and Professional Women's club will be In cliarge of 11 meeting at tli* club roam: Circles'of [he woman's missionary 'society of the First -Baptist church--will have social meetings at these places: Mrs. Pleas Sccoy, Mrs. T. J. Collins, Mrs. John Buch nnp.ii,: a! the church. Mrs. Robert Grimes. Thp woman's auxiliary of the First 1-rc-bbyterian 1 church will have R Bible ' study, at ihe Manse. I Thcs' members of the woman's missionary society of the .First MetlHxllst church will spend the day visiting. Mrs, H. S. Wlnforil !s having the -Woman's council of the First Christian churchi The, woman's missionary union ol the Second Baptist chinch will have u social meeting at the home o( Mrs.irJ. D. Booker. The Business women will meet at the club room. • Tuesday Mrs. Harry Khb» will have thp Tuesday Contract club. Mrs. Thurmnn Clemens Is entertaining the New Tuesday Bridge club.;, . - . • r I Wednesday The. Jewish Ladies Aid society will iiect in Osccola at |hc home of Mrs. L. K. Hnrwurg with Mrs. Rowland WolforU Mrs. E. M. Jaffee and Mrs. Joe. Isaacs also hostesses.'. The Matinee Bridge club is meeting with Mrs. Carrol Blukcmore. Mrp.. Randolph Smith Is cnter- ialntmj the New Wednesday Bridge club. - Thursilay Mrs. C. W. Alf'llck is. hostess to the Thursilay Luncheon club. .Thp Mid-Week Bridge club is meeting \yllh Mi-si O. i'. Moss. Graduating Into Chic Class Mis* Hilda Holland To.^cdH.5; Caldwell Mr.'.tm'tl Mrs. Vivian Gaitier Holland announce the cngu'ecmcrit of their'daughter, Hilda, to Mr. llow- ard Shelby Caldwell, of Hot Springs. The 'wedding will be solemnized June '13. ' Miss Holland after graduating from ;the city high school attended the state university at Fayeltevllle where, she was oulslandlng In.stu- dent [activities. Last year, she was elected a nominee for the beauty iind was house manager of the Phi Mu-.sbr/orlly. For the past year she has been a member ol the Yarbro school' faculty. Mr. Caldwell, who Is the son ol Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Caldwell ol Dierk's, Ark., received n degree in journalism from ihe University of Arkansas last year. When a senior l:c was selected as one of the 20 most' outstanding students of the university. Other honors'Hint year include the presidency of' the "A. B. C." club and vice president of the Press club. He is a member ol the lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. He is now connected with the Connelly Printing 'company ol Hot Springs where they will make their home. Before the wedding, which will bo a principal event of the summer season, Miss Holland will be complimented with several interesting affairs. Sudbury School Has Closiriy Exercises Students of the Sueibury elementary school presented five playlets last evening for the closing excretes of the school. Charles A. j Stubbs, principal, In a brief (alk. enounced that he would'again be principal of this group next year. The first" playlet was made up of students in llii first, second mid third grades while the .older students- presented the other scenes. In "Mother Goose's - Garden," Dorothy .'Cross was Bother Goose nnd Mildred Mulr played the part of Little Boy Blue. Mary Louise Waters, Herman Cross PeVsey, Harvey Lynn Morris took the part of flowers. When the grass, rain, bees and buttercups went to sleep at nighttime the second scene .Was presented. Sixty-.pupils look part. In "Jolly Former Lads 'and Lassies,".-Leroy Brown, George Muir Blan-Heath, Thunnan Sfeck. Jane McAdams, Sybil Bracken, Ellzabctt Evans • qnd Bobble Jean-Buchanar sang and danced in tlici.v costumes of long.- presses with aprons and bonnets-and overalls. The third number ''In Honor 0 May", Included historical orator} drills,-marches anq songs with Nina Wilson as queen,,and Charles and Lcroy. Brown as historians.. . "The Old Family Album" was examined by Evelyn Smart .wh played the role ol a colonial dam as she told of the memoirs of by gone days. ', A group of littJe girls with the dolts sang their .".fray to' .ths Lan of Nod in "Lullaby Lane," t! closing number.., : " * *' • To Appear in Fagcanl. Miss Jane.Buck, daughter of .Mr. ana Mrs. '. Ci.;M. '.Buck, who will graduate from St. Mary's sch-ol r' Memphis,.will take.part.In a dance pageant :to;bc given at the .school Mondny. afternoon, v _• r ..... She:is: to! be. one:of * group of eight who will Interpret a Chopin waltz In C sharp minor. This group also appeared 0:1 two other program* recently,' the May, festival of tip Woman's Evergreen club and BY 'JOAN SAVOV NEA Service Writer Young "America will be graduat- , .with ch'C,.soon now, and what the sweet young graduates wear is of utmost importance to themselves. tub .with*, the eam-j BihofNewi Mostly Personal the Interest on our church loan July 1st. Our Dally Vacation Schoo) begins Monday, June let at'- 8:30 a. m. and lasts for 1*0 weeks. The school will be each morning from 8:30 to 11:30 except Saturdays and Sundays. We want those expecting to attend to register Friday afternoon before. Mrs. Lula Jordan, of Memphis, wns a visitor here last week as the guest ol Mrs. Minnie Lunsford who has been HI from influenza since Mutcli. Mrs. L. M. Burnetle has as her guests, her mother, Mrs. L. C. Parks, Mr. mid Mr.s. W. L. Glndish and. daughters, Maty Louise, Clca, Florence anil Anna, all of Lawrehce- burj;, Tcnn., who arc here for the baccalaureate- exercises tomorrow. Jolin Buriielte is a member ot the graduating class. Mrs. Glatllsh Is a sister of Mrs. Burnclte. J. E. Waters is a patlnel at the Memphis Methodist liospilal. Miss Liidle Armstrong and Dick nowan are spLT.tliiig today In Memphis. Mrs. Fred W. Schalz, of Helena, who has been vislllng In Cairo, 111., will spend tonight with Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway cnroulc home. Mrs. S. D .C'ariJcnter, of Osceola, spent today here shopping. . Miss Mary Ardcn Galloway and Marlon Gray ate spending today In Memphis. Joe Rvranl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard, who Ims been ser- ously 111, is better. Mrs. W. A. Grimmett, who has tscn al Elkrldge, West Virginia, at the bedside ot her fatlwV,. Payon Kincnlcl, wlio died April 27; ins returned home. SECOND BAPTIST UIUKCII J. L. Newiom, Putur Sunday school, 0:45. Pleaching, 11 a. in. Subject — "Foot Washing." B. Y. P. U. 6:45. Preaching 1:45 p. m. Subject— "A Growing Church." Pray.jr Meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. CHURCH OF C1IKJST • Sunday school will meet at S at the court jiouse. Young People's Meeting will mevjt at T.OO p. hi. at the 1 home ot Mrs. O. C. I'arrish, 417 Broadway. You are invited* Hayti Society—Personal Miss Margaret Haync was hostess to ll-a Girls Auxiliary at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Hayne, Thursday afternoon with twelve members present and six visitors and fine new member, Miss Mary Jane Euelle. The meeting was opened by prayer by Rev. J. W. Cunningham and the devotional was read by Mrs. T. P. BRIDGE BY WM. E. McKENNEY Secretary American Bridge League In the game of auction bridge i', Js quite true that many players prelerred to bid an original no trump ratl:cr than a four-card suit unless the four-card suit was strong and contained simple honors, but in contract bridge, four-card suit bidding plays a most important part, In our previous articles we learn- Gil!em. The business was con- cd 41 ' at . «« »W<1">S o£ a no trump ducted by the president, at which I indicated, a hand contain rinient"w«s''dWldedThaVa\spec'raij t jlsti'ibuted strength and no bid- meeting will be held at the home | daole four-card suit. While it is of Mrs. Glllem to maV:-> garments true tha t '» contract we endeavor to play as many hands as possible in no trump, the reason the no (rump is not bid first is bjcuusc It is better to bid the four-card suits and thereby approach the best bid in the hand. If no trump is the besi for the poor invalids of this city.' Scrap books containing poetry are being mode. One will be sent to the State Baptist Orphan Home and another to the Indian Orphan Home of Oklahoma. Silks are still good. They have ictn. nut the new walks lo (lie wash charm that 11 gel the sheepskin. Hatlsle, voile, organdie, handkerchief lltieu, novelty laoy cottons and other washables will be seen. I lar of fichu arrangement, are the vogue. Ami graduation frocks may be anklc-lcugth or (hey may 'be high-shoe length, If you arc old enough to know what that Is! Two charming frocks for the sweet girl graduate Illustrate the 1931 model. Simple and universally becoming io a while crepe do chine (left; that has hand fagot- ing, fine tucks ami a surplice bodice- tied with a girlish sash in 'the backk'. The lltllc sleeves have laiity pleated cuffs that stand out In cine WltST iMKTWHHST CHURCH M.iin and Seventh Streets I 1 . {). Iturie. 1'astor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Tlwrc will be no morning church Junior, lly and senior leaguesr 1:15 .p. in. Evening worship, 8 p. m. -. Third 'miaileriy conference Immediately following the evening service. Reports from the leagups Sunday school, woman's missionary society and laymen will be read. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. in. Choir rehearsal, Wednesday, 8:15 p. ni. SCIKNCF, CilUKCIl ''Soul and Body" Is Ihe subject of "Ihe lesson-Sermon to be read in the Christian Science service Sunday al ilo'clock al the Hotel Noble. the Golden Text is, "If ye through the Spirit do mortify the deeds of the body, ye shall live" (Etonians 8:13). i'lie Lesson-Sermon will also Include passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, one of which rends, "Do you say the lime has not yet come In which to recognize boul as substantial and able to control the .body? Remember Jesus, who nearly nineteen centuries ago demonstrated the power of Spirit and said, 'He that iKllevelh on me, the works that I dq shall lie do also'" (page 92). FIRST CHURCH OF NAZARENE Corner of Second and Vint A. T. Me Anally, Pastor. Morning church 11 a. ni. Evening at 7:45 p. m. Sunday school with Mr. C. E. Cobb, Supt. at 9:45 a. in. N. Y. P. S. with Kenneth Mc- Ahr.lly, President at 6:45 p. m. • Ladles prayer meeting Monday afternoon at 2:30 p. in. al the home of Mrs. Tyrone, 5<H Lumer- ate street. '•"Mill-week, prayer meeting Wednesday at the Church at T:45 p. m Come and be in an Old Fashion prayer meeting. CHURCH OF GOD R. A. Work, Paslnr • There will be services tonight and tomorrow at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. •Prayer meeting, Thursday night be next Thursdav with Miss Opal Alexander as hostess. Mesdames L. n. Condit. Charley Morgan, C. O. Kalne, motored to Kennett Wednesday evening to umi; \ji whiajiusiia. — —— ••*• —* *•*«- «^jt Th? regular monthly mcctng will declaration, the bidding of the four card suit will plug the weak spots in the hand and more safely get you into a no trump dsclarallon. Bidding of Four-Card Suits Ahead of Longer Suits The writer lias long advocated the attend a meeting of the chapters) bidding of four-card suits a.iead of of the 47th District T. E. S. Mrs. « vc or «vcn six-card suits; e. g Lucille Pictercll of Kansas City, W llol <t the king and queen ana who is Worthy Grand Matron was lwo sma '' diamonds and the ace the official visitor of the evening. a " a km S an <l three small spades Other officers of the Grand Chap- 1 Tlie 1 prefers to start the bid- manner. Elaborately embroidered organdie Short sleeves of some kind are fashions the other, which can be all-Important for the graduation W oni all summer long as a party '•— '• — ....... - - ..... ' ......... no matter what the rest ot lie dress is. Bcrlhas adorn same them, making little caja: sleeves, •iclms adorn others. Set-In wee Ic-cvcs are in the majority. Full skirts and more or less filed or blouscd bodices and incdi- nn high necks, with some soft col- frock because its nehu cape is a removable little Jockct of sorts, .ami a low nockud gown appears when it is laketi oil, The frock Is cut simply, with line fitting and a sweet finish of pleated plain organdie. Tl:e fichu cape. lies in the back In a neat little bowl. I'IKST CHRISTIAN CHURCH , E. JC. lalliiicr, Minister '.. Church school, 9:45 a. ni. - There will te no morning worship because of the baccalaureate sermon. Christian Endeavor societies, 6:45 p. m. Evening worship, 7: 45 o'clock. Meet the Browns - - Typical Family . ril.GKIM LUT1IKUAN CilllRCII II. J. Klrindicnst, FuUr Pilgrim Lutheran church is observing Pentecost, Ihe birthday of the Christian Church, with special services. Sunday school and Bible class, ns usual, will be conducted at 9:15 a. m. Divine worship will take place at 10 o'clock. The pastor I'.ns le- ecletl as lib Pentecostal theme: •The Holy Spirit Even Today Is Ilullding tfic Christian Church." In connection with this service there will be a group baptism of ten children. Immediately following Ihis service tl'.cre will be a congregational meeting at which Important business will be transacted-. Everyone is cordially invllcd to attend. : ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH : , South Lilly Street I- R. .A. Work, Pastor ''Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. •Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Christ Ambassadors will meet at the home of Mi'ss Irene Travis at 1:30 p. in. Evening praise and sermon, 7:30 o'clock. Prayer meetings. Monday morn- Ing,'9 o'clock, Friday night, 7:M o'clock. Choir practice, Tuesday night, 7:30 o'clock. The Kennett Chapter served white brick ice cream, with a pink star In the center, and angel food cake. • » » Mrs. T. H. Cosble, who has been vsiting in the home of her daughter Mrs. Berdie Hall, returned to her home in Mayfield, Ky., Monday. She was accompanied by her granddaughter. Miss Estelle Ball, who will spend the summer with her grandmother and other relatives there. 'Mr. and Mrs. Winifred Bird accompanied by their daughter Riit'h, left for PaducalV. Ky., Tuesday for an extended vsit with !i!rs Bird's sister. Waiter chilton. accompanied bj his daughter, Rcva, departed to' Bruno, Mo. Tuesday. Mr. Chiltoi visited his mother and returned home Wednesday while Reva re mained there where she will spen< the summer with her grand mother. Merrill (Dow) Chism is In Man ila, Ark., visiting relatives weekr v Mrs. Philip H.imra and daugl: rac't is Increased, we show the E oplftinlng-the longer-number, oi- leu v.hsn you start on" with th.- :':-,- ard suit lust,' the bidding UCJ-KLHS o l:ifh that It Is Impossible u how the second suit, and It may be that only In'the short suit K here game: The ideal trump distribution !i o have four in your hand am fliu 'our In your partner's hand. '1'ms s a far tetter distribution uun j-.ree in your partner's hund 'uiu five in your own. In the mijj.-U)- ot eases, three rounds of irump will pick up all the opponents' ttump. With a five-three distribution, tnis would leave one hand without tiny trump for rutting, but with u four- four 'dlstriljuiloti each iiin.i .wi.l have one trump for rutting purposes. Distribution Is one of t;e nia;; important lactors in bridge, a.;a under this system of biu'ilnij yjii will find iliat you can more essay give your partner ihe cxa:; pattern of your hand than you can uj bidding the long suit lirst. Anochcr advantage in bidding n four-card suit ahead of five is \.av. if partner has suppsrt loi- beta suits, he will allow you to play in your short suit and your Ion 3'ju it can liien be used for 1 valuable discards; t. g. if you held lour heai-is and live spades, and partn?i- '.i:ld you \Vl!l our hand contains four diamonds j know the pattern ol your ncl nve spades. , will then'allow you to play the Under this system of bidding, the | hand, at hearts so that you can usj econd suit shown almost always ' the fifth spade for a valuable uis- ontalns flvc or six cards. While it ; card. S quite true that in some cases | Playing the hcnd at spsdc;, tip ou must bid two four-card suits, heart suit has no value exc.'p. 101- he majority of hands arise where 'the tricks that It will take'u^li, I 1 tor were: Mrs. Candacc Green, ns- 1(11 "3 with one diamond and then on sociate grand conductress. or. the second round of bidding to shou ( _..,„.„..„ „..„ ,...,, ll; , Bloomfield, Mo., Miss Ella Mae ' the spade suit. In this manner four hearts and four spades, as Henderson, Grand Esther of Kan-' > p cur partner can easily read that'have shown both suits, partner sas City, Mo., Mvs. Katherinc R. Bandy, District Deputy Grand Ma- Iron of District 41 of Porlagcville, and Mrs. Tommie Sue Waller of Illmo, who is Dislrict Deputy Grand Matron of the 45th Distrct. lie distribution is four-five. but playing the hand at hearb, f.:e The most important reason for , hearts may b? used for trump, iiv: lidding the four-card suit, first is spade suit can be quickly sci. anJ hat while the size of the contract. '• as stated above, the long spaqe will is small the four-card suit can bs : allow you a valuable sluff. •Itown. When the size of the con- | (Copyright, 1931, NEA Service, Ine.) visiting In the home of his sister. Price of \Viieatcroff. Ky. Msr. Frank Siglcr, who lives West of this city, returned home Wed- i Ml ' 5 - v - E - Hopkire; and '.an Billy of Chaffce are here visiting Mrs. nesaay. Miss Claudie Marshall has as her guest this wc,?k. Miss Ethel Dart ot Chaffec. The Hayti Junior League played Caruthcrsville Wednesday. Hayti was defeated. Score 4 : 3. Odis Ball left for Memphis Hopkins' mother, Mrs B. O. Hayes and her sister, Mrs. R. N. Brasher. Mrs. M. K. Roland of Netherlands accompanied by her Einer, Mrs. U. T. Rabb and cliitcver. of this city departed Friday ' aftcr- | neon for St. James, Mo. The ;.i'J- Wednesday where he will be em-! ployed C[irc ,. a waller telegram informing ..... un-ni that their mother, Mrs. J. M. • Gray had a stroke of paralysis and Mrs. W. K. Limbiugh andj is quit{! '"' daughter Annabelh went to Mem-1 M '"- and Mrs. F. M. Carlo:k n^l- phs Monday to attend lo business,! orel1 to Dongala, 111., Wcdnjr.rtay remaining till Tliursday at which \ lo vLsjt_v;ith relatives, rcturniuj ter Pauline of Caruthcrsville were i left for Kuttawah. Ky., Tuesday i wj '° wi " Visit here for two weeks, here visiiitig Mi-s. W. Khourie Thursrlay afternoon. Dolph Hlnshaw, who has been for a week's visit with Mr. Brash- j Mrs. II. B. Masterson has her e-r's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. H. I guest Miss Alagatha Mumma of Brasher, and his sister, Mrs. W. D. i Gideon, Mo. Check these advantages flltST PRKSIIVTEItlAN CHURCH ^larsh M. Callaway, Minislfr S:ibbalh school opens at 9:45 a. Worthlngton, Supcrin- m. Ray teivlent. Moinlng worship will be In the Uuiun service at the city auditorium with the Senior Class of the high school. Every member of (lie congregation is urged to attend this service. Kvening worship will be al eigh; o'clock with the pastor preaching. This sermon will tc next to Ihe tost iir.e on the love stories of the Bib!:-. The subject will be 'The Ori-ril of the Love Racket." Christian Endeavor begins a' seven o'clock. This hour ha. changed from 6:45 to I'.OO p. m Mid-week service will be or. Wednesday night at eight o'clcck PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF COD :> 1001 West Main St. John B. Huffman, Pastor Elder John H. Huffman, the Pastor and General overseer ol his church, will preach Sunday Ight, Monday night and Tuesday light. The Sunday night service vill be on "The Devil," where he amc from, how long he was in. heaven, why he fell, his tempta- ions and enticements offered to he people, and where he is today. low long will lie continue?" The Monday nnd Tuesday night services will be on important sub- ects. F.lder Huffman's home is in Sikeston, Mo., where for 20 years ie was editor and owner ot news- lajwrs. Everybody invited to all services. We gladly welcome Christians ot all denominations. Ol-29.000,000 families in the United Slates, Ihe Browns of Indianapolis were selected as "most typical" In a recent na!lo:i-w:de magazine • contest. They're so typical, in tact, that they all go in Icr golf and Mrs. Drown kteps bath her age and golf score a dark secret. Here they are. from leJt to light. Jehu Brown. 13. *Uh I'.n. the '.'family pet; Mrs Drown; Louise Brown. 15, and Merrill J. Brown, 44. Brown is a sales manager and belongs to several clubi. the President's Day celebration o! the Beethoven club. The program will be In charge of.Henrietta Eommeikamp Strickland, ardst-teachcr In charge of the dancing department. .Entertains. Kook Chrt Mrs. Jco S. Dlllalnmlv was l\jo tables cf players. HRST 1IAPTIST CHURCH Corner Waln«t and Eighth Street: Alfred S. Harwell, Taster Teaching service 9.45 n. m. U. \v Mulltns. Snpt. There will nol be any service a! eleven o'clock because of the bar. calaurcatc sermon at the city au ditorium. B. Y. P. U.'s meet at 0.25 p. m Miss Luna Wilhclm, Director. Evening E.?rvicc at 7.45. 'Hie pas lor will sjxiak on: "Going On." Sunday Echrjol officers am teachers meet Wednesday M vi p. in. Let every officer and tc.vl, cr be present. Mid Week prayer service Wrd nrsdny 7:45 p. in. Let's Invc o: hundred present. Clrolr rchoarsal Tliursday C Attic the rook_ gnmi-s b:ir' K icclninst at 1:30. Mrs. Paul cream and cake was solved. Leader. Lct's have a large atttndar.ro WASHINGTON. (UP) — This rear's production ot wool is e*i>cct- •d to surpass last year's because ol he increased stock and more favor- ible weather conditions, the Bureau of Agricultural Economics here an- icunced, but the world's wool crop is expected to be smaller. This, it was pointed out, will increase the value of domestic wool clips. Wool production in the Southern Hemisphere fell oil from its abnormally large supply of last year and Ls now just below normal, the Bureau said. The wcol production of the English iKssessions continues slightly above normal. SALT LAKE CITY. Utah. (UP) —A woh" might have been a match against one hyena, but he couldn't withstand the charge of two. Salt Lake zoo keciwrs found trial out the other day when they discovered the door between the hycim and wolf cages open, inside the wolf's home was loimd the body of its Inhabitant. The hyenas had managed to open the door and, simultaneously, sprang upon the wolf and killed. It. Courier News Want Ads Pay. Willys Six Sedan I>cwn paj-mrnt in Blythcvillc llalnnrr in f2 ra'y monlmi payi;lf'll~-. rath:: i-:.' fti f rt f. •>. l>. ToMo. Oifo: Willys Siv . 5495 lo JMO Willy* Kijlit $W5 lo 51105 Willys-KrijjlitSKW; lo SII93 Willys !$-Ton Ch;>ssi< . $.W Willys I'.i-Ton Chassis SSIS WIL SIXK3 » 1-lCHTS . KNIGHTS . TRUCKS against all low-priced cars! Extra WideTrcad—SS'A inches — widest of nil low-priced cars. Roomy, comfortable inleriurs; unusually wide scuts. 65 Horsepower — The 'Willys Six is llic most powerful cai" in ifs . price class. Also ihe fv.siest and liveliest. Do'ui'-c-Dn>[> Frame— Lowest- priced cur -vitb tliis important feature. Cuts down side-sway \vlicn taking corners al speed. Finger-Tip Control-One billion, in center nf stccrinrj wheel, slarts motor, operates lights and sounds horn. Safety Glass— Available at slight c\lra cost, in all windows and windshields nf all Willys models. Class Wanls Gcort Altrnrlaiicc ! Sunday school, then we will nil 50 Tlie Dorcas Sunday school class to the auditorium together. \Vc of Ihe First Baptist church, which'will dismiss In time to g-t do^u! Imd 21 members present last San- MATERNITY HOSPITAL— For unfortunate girls; secluded.-private rates reasonable. For informatior write Pairmount Hospital, 4311 Ens'. 27tli. Kansas Cily, Missouri. flay, Is striving lor a goal of 25 for tomorrow. All members are hostess to'the "S»s Nak Ra" Rcoki uri , cd lo a ( tc . n( i club last evening. Lovely flowers.! with roses predominating, formed an attiactlye arrangement-lot the I • Head Courier News w»:it ad&. there by eleven o'clock. Don't fall to ultend service Sun-1 dny night. The pastor will hruo! a very vital message at that !nm r .' If you are behind with \rur I church plsdge, please pay up a i icnce. Remember we must i«e; Walpole Electric Shop Fans Cleaned and Repaired Phoue 314 MORGAN MOTOR CO. Blylheville, Ark.

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