PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JUNK U, m -S i s Society Calendar Circles }, 2 and' 9 of the Wo- Man's Auxiliary in tho First Presbyterian church will meet at the chtirch and clr«le 4 will meet at Ihe home ot Mrs. Alice Womack with Mrs. W. 0. Lcggctt as co- hostess. The Business and Professional Women's club will sponsor an address' by Congressman W. J. Driver, of Osccpla, at (he First Cliris- tlaii church at 7:45 P. M. Mrs. Perry Blackburn- will entertain 'the Woman's Missionary Society ol. the Second Bapllsl church. , The Woman's Missionary Society of the First Methodist church will meet at the church with Mesdamcs J. D. Barksdale, S- P. Martin Frank Webb, W. I. Dcnton. S. A. Thompson, W. M. Burns, Charles Wylic, Tom Hcalon and Harry W. Halnes as [ hostesses. The Woman's Missionary'society of Ihe First Christian church will meet with Mrs. J. C. Mcfianey, Jr. Tuesday Mrs'. Robert Grimes is entertaining the New Tuesday Bridge club. Thursday Mrs. H. A. smith is entertaining tlie Mid-Week Bridge club. Miss Minnie I£e Jones will present her piano pupils In a recital at (he high school auditorium. Accessories Change Sports Outfit to Spectator Frock Vivian Dillahunty to Wed Harmon Taylor Mrs. George W, Dillahunty is today announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of Iwr daughter, Vivian Beard, to Mr. Adam Harmon Taylor. The wedding will lake place Saturday evening, June 13. I Miss Dillahunty, who is populnr- ' ly known throughout the tri states where "-'dre lias. frequently visited, attended Gulf Park college, Gulf-, port, Miss., but returned homo for lieri last year in high school. Among the numerous, Iwnors re• reived that year was her election as tiro most beautiful girl In the city high "school and Carnival Queen. When at the University of Missouri, Columbia, for Ihe first semester she was pledged to the . Kappa Alpha Theln soror- . ity and was chosen as one of the Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Howard B. Proctor and daughter, Robert Ann, will' spend tomorrow in Memphis with Mr. Proctor who has been critically 111 at a hospital but who is now slightly Improved. . : Mrs. Lloyd Burris, of St. Louis, is the guest of her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. A. T^ Me Anally, for ten. days. » Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech and Miss Peggy McKecl will leave tomorrow for Tampa, Fla., for a three weeks visit with relatives. O W. McCutchcon has gone to Little Rock for the Motion Picture Thiatre Owners convention of Ar- kamas, Mississippi and Tennpssee which Is to convene there Sunday anil Monday at. the Hotel Lafayette. Mrs. J. C. Criner underwent an operation at the Memphis Baptist hospital this mornfng. The Rev. and Mrs. A. T. McAnally accompanied her to Memphis Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway returned last night from a visit In Little Rock. Dick Rowan has gone to Memphis where he will spend most of Lhe summer. Harold Sternberg, who attends Southwestern University at Memphis, has arrived home to spend the summer. Mrs. J. H. Roberts arid sons, FIRST METHODIST CHURCH P. Q. Rcrfc, raster Worship and Sermon, 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. "Is Ood in the Present Financial Depression?", subject at morning hour. This wry Ice will bq broad- cuted over KLCN. Great procnks of the Bible at the «v«nlng hour. Sunday school, 9:45 A. M. Junior, Hy and Senior Leagues 7. P. M. Important meeting Board of Stewards, Monday, 1:30 P. M. Every member Is urged and expected lo be present.. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:3i P. M. Choir rehearsal, Wednesday, 8:1: P. M. Day oJ Prayer and Fasting, Jun ntir, PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH II. J. Kleindknst, P»tor Sunday school iand Bible hou 0:15 A. M. Divine worship, 10 A. M. Sermo topic: 'The Rich Man and Poo Lazarus". There will be an outing Sunda afternoon to which all members of the congregation are Invited. The crowd will meet at the church at one o'clock and go to E. S. Witdy's plantation at Etowah. Del Rio and Swanson Beauty Leaders . BV JOAN SAVOY •NEA Service Wrlltr You can make your sports things lo a lot of two-timing this sum- if you pick them JLV uuu Una cnwscu us oiiu <Ji uic - - - - . oi.ti.nb in'th. universes annual [' ™c. ^"^JP 0 ^, beauty conlcst. ; '• K?r fathen wfi(a\ Uje—late Mr.'' George Dillanunty, .: i Mr. Taylor, who* like the brldo sports frlgoie affairs of knitted ... . v " •' . .. ..Ht.rlT. f t,,(T nr n Mh nf f> fnnnmir I behave ha. chic manner on the golf if tennis courts. 1 . Then you of elect has been reared In Ms city, ' stuff or n bit of a topping , is ''tilt son of Mrs. W. M. Taylor of printed linen. Presto, you have and the late Judge W. M. Taylor Just the thing lo wear when you and the grandson of Mrs. John M. step into the grandstand to watch Taylor, of Lexington, Tenn. He others play! •was a- student at Vanderbilt -Unl- Every well-built sports outfit versity at Nashville, Tcnn., where ' this summer gets a head start if 'he became a member of the Sigma it is white, Never was white so im- Alpha EjBllon fralCL-Jnlti' and Is por'ant. Nor so chic. Everything ••- • — • — under the sun from piques through fancy and gorgeous linens to the rough and ready v and "essentially smart shantung silks come In white. Just .Chance Lipstick Nor ne«d you shy -from white Kausc you joot bc tter iu color Mcre [ y c i ian ge 'your lipslick and now connected with the First Na- 'tional Bank her*. • • • .• i . .• EnttrUius Club, Guests- . Mrs. Charles P. Wood \vas hostess to the Thursday Rook club less to the. Thursay Roo cu bKausc you yesterday at her home on Dougan Mcre [ y c i ian avenue. The home ^ was bcauttfiil- 1 wnlte ^ Oll , mo5t fluttering thing ly decorated with roses and mag-J^,, cau nollas. o nc O f the smartest two-lime Refreshments ot pint and white | brick cream, angel food cake and punch we.-e served by the hostess, sports thinks seen this year 1s an active sporis frock, in two-piece cut, made of white'shantung silk, with skirt gored and Jacket over- blouse belted and slightly fitted, with a round neckline and no collar. Put this on and you arc fixed Tor any sport on links, court or field. Add (he aquamarine blue and white scarf and beret and there you are, all dressed up to go to the yacht races or the tennis tournaments. A Novel Scarf The scarf is cut In new manner, with a narrow band around the neck so as not to burden you on hot days, wilh two squares of blue and white that hang down the front from under the chin. There is a touch of blue to the modernistic cryslal belt buckle of the dress, just to indicate what can be done in color contrast. The diminutive beret Is blue around the outside, white at the center. Your sports shoes can be white, with blue bows, or plain white sport's shoes, if you are ploy- Ing In this outfit. Earl and Carl, and Mrs. George Carter and Jimmle Roberts have returned from Memphis where they spent several days with Mrs. Hugh Sullivan. C. B. Alklnson spent, yesterday in Memphis Mrs. Welch Fostci- and her. niece, Miss Martha Reynolds,' are spending the week-end in St. Louis. The Rev. H. R. Morgan of Tulsii, Okla., who recently conducted an evangelistic meeting here for the Church of the Nararene, is seriously ill at a St. LouU hospital. He is a brother of C. E. Morgan. Biliy l.awshe will arrive home tomorrow t ospend the summer -with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Simmons at Dell. He has been attending Vanderbilt university, Nashville, Tenn. J. Graham Sudbury Is spending the"weekend in St. Louis. Gehc Snydcr, of Memphis, is (he guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Simmons.- Miss Prances Barham, ol Osceola, is the guest of ner cousin, Miss Gladys Barham, for- a week. She recently returned from St. Charles, Mo., where she is a student at Lindenwood college. Paul Rorle jr., who has gone to \rkadelphla, ArX. r for the sum- nern has enrolled at Henderson college. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH ScMth Ulljr Street • R. A. Wcrit, Futor An evangelistic meeting is In progress at this church with the subject for tonight: "Gcd's Saturday Night and the Signs of the Times". Sunday school, 0:45 A. M. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. The Christ Ambassadors will meet at the home of Miss Maxlne Boswell at 2:30 o'clock. Evening Praise and sermon, 7:30 o'clock. The public is welcome. CHURCH OK C.OD W. A. Foster, Pastor Sunday school, 9:40 a. in. Prayer meeting Thursday evening. Church' services are heltt each second and fourth Saturday evening, Sunday morning and evening. IS THERE ANY WONDER THAT THE JUDGES CHOSE THEM? At the right is DELOEES DEL HIO. who's olive-tinted skin, jet-black hair' and cieep-brown eyes make this dainty Mexican MiioritK OIK of ^'.e screen's biggest attractions....At the left, GLORIA SWANSOS, who has dark-brown hair and larye, blue eyes and has probably the iinallest loot in Hollywood, wcavsiyj a ';izc llj shoe; Young Mexican Star and Former Mack Sennett Girl Among Screen's Prettiest FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CT. Marsh M. Callaway, Minister Sabbath school, 9:45 A. M. Morning worship, 11 A. M. Sermon subject "Joyful Fellowship," by the pastor. Evening worship. 8 P. M. Sermon subject "When Men Love." Christian Endeavor prayer meeting will be held at seven o'clock. Prayer meeting at 7:45 Wednes- d.ay night- EDITOR'S NOTE: This is tnc third n( four stories on "The Six Most Kwnliful Women of tlic But Doloi-es' rnrcuis tad heard atout "wild" Hollywood and wo'.ild not permit her lo come l?:re until assisted by her niece, Miss Virginia Belle Eastwood, of Caruthrs- vlllj, Mo., and Mrs. S. Joseph Edwards, • ! Other guests were: Mesdamfs J. Mell Brooks. Ramsey Duncan, George R. Crockett, Margaret H. Minor, R- H. Bennett, Wilson Henry, M.. G. Goodwin and Belotc. T. Club lias Husbands For Bridge Supptr. Mr. and Mrs. O. along with a week of supervised W. McCul- chc-on entertained the members of the Thursday Bridge club and their husbands with a supper party last evening. The 12 present were served au appetizing menu at one table dec orated with garden flowers Interspersed with fern. In the contract bridge games Mrs-- E. D. Gillen won the ladles prize, hosiery, high score among the men, hose, went lo Mr. GUlen Korace T. Gulp received hose for the cut prize and the low score award, received by Mrs. G. E. Keck was a bath room novelty. » • * Presbyterians to . Attend Summer Camp The First Presbyterian church of this cily will be represented by eight delegates' and the pastor at the annual summer conference to be. held nt Camp Petit Jean, near Morrilton, Ark., .Juns 10 to 18. The Rev. Marsh M. Callaway will be a m ember of the faculty, leaching 'Tho Church Ordinance and Sacrament" to the senior class, or third year students. Miis Louise Dobyns vrtll represent the auxiliary, the Christian Endeavor societies are sponsoring Miss Margaret Keck 1 , John Me- Dotacll will go from the Sunday school and others making the trip are: Mrs. Marsh M. Callaway and son, Marsh Jr., Misses Lois Hooper, Jeanne Harrison and Mabel Simon. For B number of years this church has sent young people to aimiiner:camps, first at Hardy and la^cr at Petit Jean, where Instruc- ,'tlph'Ti given in Bible study, Pres, byteriantsm, ttis\ history of the ;:'-.'^church,-.special atliity of-the life of recreation, Cbss Meets -The Gleaners Sunday school class of the First Church of the Naiar- ene met, at the home of Mrs. E. M. Morgan last evening with several visitors also present. Mrs. O. T. Willlngham conduct ed the devotional period wltn Mrs. Azcle Burris offering prayer. In the absence of the president, Mrs. J. C. Criner, who is ill, Mrs. Fred Pollock presided in the business session. A vocal solo by Max Watson, a of gifts with a chest of silver Mr. Applcbatim's gift, The entire house and lawn were arranged for the parly with gay lights on the lawn where the guests played cards and were served refreshments of delicious salads, sandwiches, ices and drinks Lovely summer flowers aided In converting the yard into a garden scene and the rooms used for dancing were slmillarly decorated. Hospital Notes Mrs- Claude cancer, senath. Mo.; was dismissed from the Blylhcville hospital yesterday. FIRST CHURCH OF NAZ.4RENE Corner of Second and Vine Streets A. T. McAnally, Pastor The Hev. J. s. Wallace, and family, of Jonesboro, Talkie?," sr-lMted for XEA Service after her husband. Jaime DC: Rio and the Courier News by a baard i visited here and decided (lint the of beauty jmlees composed ol sL\Hm\n would be sale lor l-.sv. That famous directors. BY DAN' THOMAS XEA Service Writer HOLLYWOOD, June G.—Just n few years ago a young and lovely Mexican girl arrived in Hollywood to embark on a film cnrcer. Fifteen years ago, or thereabouts, dios. vivacious Mack ScnneU bathing perhaps was a bad report for Jaime to make as it was the ginning of the end of their marital happiness. Dolore:, scaiec quickly to stardom and then divorced Jaime. Now sue is manic* again, this lime lo Ceclvic C.ibboiij fashion expert at the M-G-.M st'.i- toxoffice hits--and some of Glora's weren't. She seems to be ho."k on her feet an right ntr.v, riD\vever, thanks to "1'he Trcspasr:!-." v/lii'jh :;]juC plenty of money and i"-c-.i- tablished its star as a definite attraction at the talking picture box- office. Miss Sv:?.nscn has only, or? rule in l:ic. U'.at is her absolute il<:- cbicn to >;•-.•&•} Ivor children out JL the pubi:c eye. They are hers and ]:E>iij riicr.c ar.ri she intends to kcc'j them its much. That's the story of Giorii Swan- . i sen—minus r.;-r three unsutccr;^f iv.,MTiasL'i to Wallace Bjc-ry. Kn'-~ b:i-l Scrnbo.-n and Marquis Her.ri Se la Faisise. bo with us Mr. Wallace will preach at the morning hour. Mrs. Lloyd Burris, from St. Stowaway Hid 9 Days Without Food or Drink , .._ ,. ( BAN FRANCISCO. (UP)— For reading by Mrs.'pollock and sev-inine days and nights a 16-year old cval slunls . and games entertained ts guests in the social hour. Re- fresmcnls were served. * * • Yiubro W. M. S. Has Mctting The woman's missionary society of the Yarbro church met yesterday afWrnoon at tlis church wlllt 16 present. In a special session of prayct Mcsdames B. Akin, D. L, McCauley. G. J. Walker, W. Reed. A. S. Dean and W. R. Moore and Miss Llllte Bunch offered meditations. Mrs. R. H. Hood read from the 103 Psalm for the scripture and the Rev. H. J. Couchmnn gave tnc mission lesson Jrom the book "Methodism and Kingdom Extcn- South Sea Island native boy lay without food nnd water in a canvas covered life-boat, n stowaway aboard the liner "Makura." bound from Papeete to San Francisco. The boat docked. Deckhands began Inspection of the lifeboats. When they lifted the cover which oncealed him, tlic stowaway was 00 weak to escape, too cxluuistcd ven to give his name. Much of he time he had been in the boat 1 blistering tropic sun had beat OUTI on his canvas-sealed, cramp- d quarters. He was removed from the ship m a stretcher, and taken to Angel sland. Immigration deiwt. He was cnt back to Papeete when U:e "Makura" made its return trip. Tokyo Medicos Unite to Oppose Birth Control TOKYO, (UP) — Tokyo physicians, numbers of the Association of Graduate Medical Practitioners, have decided to oppose the birth control nvivemcnt and shortly \vlU present a memorial lo the government to that effect, according to the vernacular press. Before any national policy wilh regard lo Ihe birth rate—which ncreases to such an extent that uany observers believe the Em- ilrc within a few years will be un- iblc to support its increasing popu- ntion—is adopted, the physicians relieve tlic question should be Eluded carefully and statistics collcct- d showing the influence of blrlh control on eugenics nnd social conditions. Birth control clinics already nrc operated by social welfare bureaus in the larger cities of Japan. Louis, will sing a sola at both morning and evening service. MVs. Burriss is a daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. McAnally. Sunday scnool, 9:45 a. m., with C. E. Cobb. superintendent. Come and be with us. The Young People of the N. y. P. S. meets at the church at 6 p. m. Come and have a good time with our Young People. Kenneth McAnally, president, Sunday is our Children's Day. and tnc chil- Trousdal-Rikcr. The marriage of Miss Kathryu Ann Baker and Mr. Frank Trous- dall. both of Slkcston, Mo., look place here yesterday wilh the Rev P. Q. Rorie, pastor of the Firs Methodist church, performing tin ceremony at his home. » • * Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Applebaam • Celebrate Wedding Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Applebaun sere guests of honor at R part given last evening hi honor o their tenth wedding anniversary Mrs. Sam Florman an<l Jos Apple baum, Mr. Applcbaum's sister an brother, haying planned the sur prise affair. The 15 guests from Osccola, Lux ora, Manila' and Blylhcville en Joyed dancing and cards alon extending congratulations anc : "Otiri*t-»OiJ.ctb*- rtlltfom tub Jtcts! vie wing the Interesting assortmen - "-••••'' • Readjust Traffic Lights To Hall Banditry PITTSBURGH. (UP)-Au extensive campaign against the so-called "traffic light bandit" has been started In western Pennsylvania by tlv Pittsburgh Motor club. Numerous molorists have bcei held up and robbed by bandits who jumped on tl;e running board of their cars while they were hailed for a traffic Tight. Forty-lhrcc cities and towns in western Pennsylvania were asked to adjust all traffic lights lo act as blinkers during the night to prevent such holdups. dren's program be at the preaching hour, 1:45. These little fellows have a good program. Come and hear Ihem. Our Midweek Prayer meeting Ihe beouly was just gelling her start iu tlie movies. Today, in a strange combination, these Iwo famous actresses arc among the choices of six nolcd di- reclors as "The Six Most Beautiful Women of Ihe Talkies". Each is given co.ua! honor. Of course, you have already guessed the name of the first one —Dolores Del Rio. And now 1 shall tell you the nnnw ol the sec- The -Mexican beauty's cam.: has been anything but a smooth cue. Her .slice :ts Lifter arriving in Hollywood was almost instantaneous. But (lie Inmljle from the pedestal 0:1 which si:; been placed ond—Gloria Swanson. Del Rio and Swanson now join Mavlcne Dietrich and Frances Dee jis the screen's most beautiful wo- mrn in the estimation of the six movie directors who are acting as judges for NEA Service and the Courier News. They ore Mack Setinslt, Josef von Eternberg. v.'as aliucsl as rapid. Dolore b'.e v.as too much of llic ^a:vi thing. T!:.? same type of picture which caried her to Ihe lop also carrier] her back down again. Hr-ri ..Monday the tv;o rr;mainin^ bcau- lif; v.iil Lc reu'.llcil—One K '•>-- rlaimcd us "ilic fccst ' feminine sinser in ibc talkie's/' . . . "i uc oilier ii a former star of the lc£i- tim.U,* sui£c for \vbojc servicrs Hullywuoil movie producers vied *~ith each other. . . . C'au you gueis their names'? Amateur Gardeners Raid Cactus House productions to make money. : Then she became seno li5 ;y ,11 ST. LOUIS, iUl')—"Dish" snr- !ei:*, iindii^-,' favor ns ;t fad here. ac , , - , nearly a! , „ , was forced to retire for year, In good health asjain nc-.v, how-' r , h ™.!'' a S"l'.. ever. ?.ud mere beautiful than ever., t '" ''.'j. C ^.f 0 i [c t Dolores is starling her tomcbick. ; ' c ~ ; '" ? plants which will ' . dj . , " * £; ' I 1 ' £ each Wednesday evening at e f churcn at 7:45 p. m. The ladies George Fitzmaurice, Mervyn Lc-1 sa . il;c , f,ij £s swanson's beniily. For i Roy. Edward Sutherland and Allnn tnc past , 5 yc! , r ,. llc . Dwan. Tomorrow Ihe names ol tl'.c I've vemairilng beauiies wll be revealed. * * • Dolores' cnlraucc into pictures prayer meeting will meet at Mrs. C. E. Cobb's Residence. -S09 North 3th street. Mrs. C. R. Morgan will have charge of this service. tlle most jmeresting Life Saver Presented With Bathing Suit SAN ELIZARIO. Tex. iIJPi—- Jose Duran, 13, the only boy in this lltlle lown lo pass the Red Cross life saving tests, did not have a bathing suit to which the Red Cross emblem could be swcrf. So the citizens of San E'.izaro hipped in to buy him one. The? they called a town mcetius to honor Jose, presented the suit and the swimming emWem to him. But now when the boy wants to go swimming, lie has lo RO five miles from town. For lint Ss the closest place there is any water In a large enough body to swim. MUST BAPTIST CHURCH Comtr Walnut and Eighth Streets Alfred S. Harwell, Pastor Sunday school al 0:<5 a. in., U. W. Mullins, Supt. Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Morning subject: "Filling Up! That Which Is Behind of tl:c\ Al-' Dictions of Christ." Evening subject: "The Man of Decision." Deacons meeting Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Devotional and Business meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. The Daily Vacation Bible school continues throughout this week, closing Friday. The public is Invited to allcnd all services. LAKE ever mad? by a screen newcomer. Brought up in exclusive circles in Mexico City, she received her first film offer from Edwin Carewe when lie and his wife, Mary Akin, and Bert Lytcll and Claire Windsor went lo the Mexican c.ipitnl to participate in a double marvl; earth fear Ihe Lard: habitants of the w< awe of him. For he spake and it . i-as done: he commanded, stood fast" iPjalms 33: 8. !)). MEMPHIS. (UP)-Girls outnumbered-boys five'to onc among the honor rolls ot three high schools here. . i "BIG-TIME" BUKGLAKIKS MEMPHIS. (UP)—Police are looking for burglars who o;>c:.i:e a moving van and drive up to homes and remove the furnishing;. Two housekeepers recently reported the theft of heavy kitchen cablr.cls. STREKT METHODIST CHURCH \V. J. URoy, Tailor Sunday school, 9:<5 n. m. Church, U a. m. Subjccl: "What Discovery Concerning the Church?'' Epworlli League. )>. m. Church, T:45 p. in. Tho Rev. C O. Hull, of Luxora, and the local ) pastor will exclmngc pulplls. MUNICIPAL HOL'SIXG PHILADELPHIA. (UPi- Municipal housing for the Industrial c'.ass- es was urged during a recent address by Paul Blanslmti. dircrlor of City Affairs Con-.mitt.-e ot New- York, tit s meeting l-.cre cf the League ol Industrial Democracy. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHl'KCIl E. K. lalimfr. Minister Church school, 9:45 a. m. Communion and sermon. 11 a m Christian Endeavor societies, p. m. Church, 8 p. m. All are cordially invited. One I'.mbitiouj "gardener." V.ov.- And now for Gloria Swatn-on. i ever, decided he nrcriecl a laryer It stems rather UKdless 10 dc- 1 plant au( | (-,„« up a two-tost r.ac- ' nabic lo ' walk out ol the s :o cor.ccn] it because of its , K i uninviting thorns, the abar.dot:ed his plan and have been f^sn by inilhon.s sj ?s c cf movie fans. | th:e: Back in the divs wnc-.i .'-he a-.vi j .,; a]U the movies were nu:uh yc::isijcr. th;> j glorious Gloria blos.-o:i>.:ii innh :!.s Mack Scnnc'.t ha'Jiitig bciv.iiy. Wilh lier wove nviinei'Mi.; ollu-r cirls jy.it (jotting lhr-:r stuvt in pictures. Many marir p.or.d-lr. 1 '. 1101:;' could quite maint-Tin il;.? p.ico set by their lender. With the uxcrp- lieu of Chkii'lic Chavilln. no o-.iicv pl.iycr from tlie olil .'f^iv.:!;',! lol e^-or achieved and iiclii tl'.c laii'.e that is Glcrij'j. Fv^iice Find Stolen Goods As Owner Reports Theft KAN.-;AH CITY, Mo.. (Ui'i— T-K K.:r.!-;r, CUy ]iolici: fnrcc (orii'.y : .id <«•.•• : : :roi:i; f.upparlrr ill ll:.' P^ 1 ! uf J. C. Rutier. sct-Es innua::er . j :i iiiorciutilc paper company. T!'.:!:•:• v;,is tciephoning to po!':c i headquarters a report that f.vo The Lesson-Sermon also iu- luCll *JJL JIUU. 1 .. nil ui.i" ILL.M.IM \;. , her career. Ikr contort, with [•.-.:.> ; <:l !'V-vnickers to return the Ml- inount was cxpirin-;. Esrci-.tn •<' ;; ;n . ••'" lo ; :ohcc l'wd<iuarlcrs, of fried her ;i new one «'.:in t ' fw K:ltlfr was tolcl - cltide passages from Ihe Chrisi.lon Science texlbook. "Science and Health wilii Key lo tnc Scrip-! a salary of S17.MO wc'.-kly. Miss- tures." by Mary Baker Eddy, on; '. Swaiisnn turned it ri-.nvn. of which reads. "All substance, in- wanted lo prrxlucc lirr <v.\n telligcnce, wisdom, being, immortality, cause, and effect belong to God. These arc His attributes, the lurrs—be lier mvn ho : -. Thai mislnta- n'fi'1 costly. Prior to (hat time eternal manifestations of tho in- considered wealthy. finlle divine Principle. Love 1 ' (page : naturally evaporate; v:!i:-:i u i.i 275). ;;sunk in motion picli.rr.s tli.i' aren't. W alpole Electric Shop l-'ans Cleaned and Phone 3M OIKISTUN SCIENCE CI1UWU "God the only Cause and Cre- | ator" Is the subjict of the Lesson- Sermon to be read in the Clirls- llan Science service Sunday at 11 o'clock at the Hotel Noble. The Golden Text Is, "Let all the Swimrnm For :-3ffiSS£iSSi53BI S3SS Sunday AfternQon, June 7 Afternoons 2 to 5:30 Evenings 6:30 to 9 Competent Life Guard On Duty CHICAGO MILL & LUMBER v CO!
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