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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 5, 1936
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PA&E TWO BLYTHEV1LLE "(ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS ' Tlic' Missionary Sltidy group of the First Chilsllan churcli Is meeting at the church at • 2:30 t o'clock. Woman's club meeting, 2 p.m. 5 at cl|ib house. »> W M U, First, Baptist church, 'ha\lng business and social inect- j Hi" al chinch, 2 30. p.m. . V. W. A jnccling First Baptist '• chuich, 4, I Jntumediaie G A.'s iivcetlns {'first, Baptist chinch, 4 p.m. ' • Au\Ulaiy Tint piosbUtilan , church meeting at church, 2:30 pjn, foi business s<"ssion '• Woman't, Mlssionaiy Society, t, First Methodist ihuicli, business " mcelfng '/'(it church, 3 TUESDAY'S EVENTS Tnlci mediate G.. W. mectinp First. Baptist church, 4 p.m. Mtss Mary Elizabeth Borum having- bridge parly, 2:33 p.m WEPNESQAY'S EVENTS Eunbeals meeting Fiist Baptist church,.,! p.m, Nazarcne Women Have a .Reeling The Woman's. .Missionary soci?- l\ pf Ihe FirsA. Chinch of the TOzaiene had a meeting Tluiis- daj afternoon at the church when the. 12.members, heard .huiii- aie&s discussed and elected officei* .for the .new'church year, Mi& O A Dunli'cn was named president, Mis Hoy While, vice president; Mrs. Eddie McGregor second MCC president; Mrs. Har- cld 'niompson, secretary: Mrs, Oscar .Alexander, treasurer; Mrs Mildred Mayo, superintendent o! study;. Mrs. K. U Evans, sccre- lary.of Indian head penny funds Mrs Edd Mniiin sccie^nij cf box'Ttiid social fund; Mrs.- \1 Tjro)i<.. .scciclary of 'Othei Sheep 1 ' ' Delegates elected lo Ilic niinunl assembly i\t L|tlle rtotk \\cie Mis Dunhcn, Mis 'Alovuidcr Mrs Harold Ibpinpson and Mn Raj White. Thp Re^ Kirmoi! • Holt offered prajei and icad the scripture, from Isalnh GG, mid Psahns 15. W. O. W. lo Meet, i Thcic \\ill, be a ^iw&ial, ..iTe'H- ing~ of Ihc W. O. .W ch.ipt'-i Tuesday, night,,!(. Ins Lee'n an- Jiounccd hy E H Fnrd. W M, Board The M. U., His Moiling' "'' ' executive board of Hie W of the First Bap Us church met at the home of Mrs Theodore Logan yesterday aftcr- iicon. Mrs. Logan was asslstet in eiitcrtaining the members bj Mrs. W. E. Buchanan. Mrs. ;U. W. Mullins had charge of the devotional and prayer auc Mrs. Leslie Moore was in charge of the business meeting. Plans \verc made for the district meeting lo be held at the First Bap- list church Tuesday, Sept. 22 Osceola Society — Peisonal null For Fall lows ulmosl: freedom ot 'motion. The pleated skirl Is dark green and the high-collared activity (his knitted outfit al- cxtrcmely full simniy il) embroidered in waistcoat had 11 blighter shade of green and yellow mi "aclion back" for additional freedom waistcoat is lienv- The No-BccJ'iiig About .This Mrs. G. L. Waddell and sister. Miss" Marjoric Williams of Driver were joint hostesses at a lingerie shower 'and bridge party a' Mrs. WaddcD.'s home Thursday night honoring Miss Carolyn Cul- 1pm, of Wilson, whose marriage to Howell A. Nicholson, of till: city, Is lo occur early in September. The guest, list included sixteen friends of the bride-elect from Wilton, Kelser .nnd Osceola. The bridal motif was used In decorations nud tallies. High secre award was won by Miss Lillian B. Ayrcs -while second prize went to Miss Mai-gar; Rcbinscn, cf Keiscr. Consolation and low score prizes were awarded to Miss'Marguerite Pops ami Mrs. Bowcn Haney A silk crepe negligee was given ihe bride-elect. Mrs. JOD Cullom II, mother of the brine, vas also a giiest. + + » -. . E. K. Werkheiscr. of Jackscn Tenn., arrived Wednesday 'for a visit of several daw -with his sister, Mrs. C. H. Weathersby, and family .-: Among the-Occcolans in M°m- •phis yesterday v/cre: Mrs. ,'. A Gwaltney and daughters, CaYo lyn and Betty Jane; Mrs. Ear Bobbins, Mrs, O. B. Hall an Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Segraves. Mrs. iftbtins and Mrs. Hal accompanied their sister, Mrs Johnnie Pegucs and twin daugh ters to their hone In Memphl after several days visit here wit: Mrs. Pcaguc's parents, Mr. mv Mrs. Dave Young. Mrs. Ji. j. unle was hostess t her bridge club and Mrs. L. Waters, Mrs. S. L. Gladish, Mrs E. S. Driver and Mrs. C. E. Sul- lengcr yesterday afternoon. High More 'was madn by Mrs. J. L Ward. Mas. S. L. Gladish v.ou the guest prize nnd Mrs. J. II. Lovej.'cll the low prize. J. T. Rhoada has accepted a position as bookkeeper for U. H. Wllmoth and Co. at Etowah and will begin woik Monday. Wallaic Cook who is employed In I ho office of lire U. S. government lUrl. Is spending Iho ,j weck-s,i<t Tilth his . parcixl "Paddcan,~Kv* • — • Bill Gajlord and Arthur Hog- Bits of News Mostly Personal —•• i in Hiram .Jjincasler, of Wilson. Is patient at the Memphis Baptist lirspitiil. K, Eui'Jl, of Kelser. bscn admitted lo Ihe Memphis Uapljsl liospllnl. Oltls Housli, formerly manager of KLCN. and at present; HU- nonncei iind continuity writer,for KB'IM, Joncsboro, has accepted position as announcer nnd tncrtscasler Tenn, Mr. VVTJS. Jacksoi Mrs. lloush "will mo;c lo Jackson the first of, rioxt week. ' Wade Mcllenry, ol Luxora,. 'lias been admlllccl lo the Memphis liaptist liospital. ,. : '. Mrs. J. Welnbcrg, of Lcachvllle, lias been admitted lo tlic 'Memphis Baptist hospital. : , Charles Criggcr III and , his nether, Mrs. Cliarles CrJggcr,'rc- lurncd lasl night (rom Campbell's Clinic, Memphis, where Cliilrles uridei went an o|»craltoji upon • his neck about 1C days ago. His condition is very good. ,'-'.'i," J. A. Howling, of Drags 'City, Mo., hits been adaiillcd lo',ithe Memphis Methodist hospital; ~-'&[.'. Mrs. Harry Kirijy Farmer >ruij;c and Mnrisriilno Mold i a fuorde lo nuki il llwolic i imkiEL^if liniuii or ur inge gchlm in one unit of « inn Mlcr Cut sl^ inirasrliiiio chi rr in in riglillis iml irringc in Ilic Imltom of a mold. 1'our on wirm gelatin, btMiip careful not to dl> irrancc the cherries. Adil sccliims of Iwo oranges. Chill until firm and then iimnuld. i!y NBA Service .Then put bits ot butter on top. Have you ever found yourself t Waco Ihe disli in a hot oven for ;azlng nt a piece of left-over beef l|alf an hour and serve plpin^ hot .perhaps from Sunday's roast),| This amount is enough for" lour rendering how in Ilic world you :«n serve it so that the family will lot shriek. "Thai old beef again!" po'rtions of meat. Lamb can be substituted for beef in cither of tlies erecipos. Well, there arc ways—lots of hem—lo make left-overs into real- y appotlring dishes. Here arc two "nat mny be'new lo you. Beef—Washington Style (Cold) Six 'tablespoons oil. 2. tablespoons vinegar. 1-2 teaspoon salt. 1-4 trn- :r>oou pepper. 1 tablespoon minced mion, 1 tablespoon minced parsley, few grains cayenne pepper, 1-2 teaspoon paprika, 1-2 Xeaspxm dry <'"V but the lalcr dale has mustard. . . 'I linllrly bircn decided upon. Mix all tlirsc Ingredienls to-! Instead 01 me usual Midnr hlg) wirier and set in Ihe refrigerator I school Iherc will be a senior high to chill for iiboiit 20 minutes. | school schedule for Ihc first lime Slice the left-over beef ami put j Riving the boys and girls of dial it on a platter. community, four j-ciirc-of higt .Pour Mils sharp (but, not too school. Armorel School Will Open Monday, Sept. 14 The Armorel school will open Monday. September 14. It. has been announced by the principal G. D. Cpnastcr. H had been supposed (he school would open Mon- sharp) and gay-looking sauce over the meat. Dccorale the platler with short ceierj- olives. curls and sliced Mr. Conastcr teach mathematics and science. T. c. Thornton will teach- social science. Miss .This amount of ;aitce is enough t She third to "cover four portions of beef. | Marguerite Any delicate . sullied i Delia Purtle is (he English teach ' er, Mrs. Alice Woniack will tcaol and fourth grades. Miss . Matthews will teacl fresh, vegetable j the first nnd second grades. Mis. may be served with Hits left-over I Marjoric Doyle will Instruct th cllslrana lor dessert orange and fifth and sixth grades and Mis, maraschino mold KiHhryii Grcar will teach publi B«f— ttashinsion Slylc | tchool music and' public; speaking n . <Hot> ! i E »>:h (earlier Is instructing in Oi.o ..tosnonn olive oil. I. tea- irpccial field, as approved by th spoon chili sauce. 1 teaspoon Wor- i stale depavlincnl of education. cesershire sauce, 1 teaspoon lo- Miss Uoyle. the only new teach malo caUiup. 2 tablespoons vine- cr. is from Osceola ' gar. 1-2 teaspsan prepared mustard. salt, popper. Place the Mi-over beef In a deep casserole, having cut it in thin slices. Mix all the Ingredients together thoroughly. Pour U:o sauce over the meat. LH the meat stand in till? sauce turning ;i occasionally In the refrigerator until every piece is completely seasoncd-'aboul on- lionr. FIIIST BAM'IST CIIUKCH Walnut anil II cv. Alfred C'arp*n(er, Pastor 9;30 u. ni., Sunday School. 10:35 a. in., worship service. Pastor's sermon topic: "Christian Economy." Special music, by Alvin Huffman, Jr. G:30 p. m., Baptist (raining .union. 7:30 p. in., prcAchlng service. Pastor's sermon topic: "The unanswered Question." Special music by Mrs. Harry Fiitnius. Wednesday: 7:00 p. m., nice-line, 7:30 p. teachers' and offl- Mld-week prayer Lcpanto Schools To Open Monday, Sepl. 14 returned last night .from Arkiidelphta, where they atteiid- ed (lie funeral of Ihc Rev. H. L. Winhurn. Miss Mar (ha Winbiirn will return Wednesday lo assume her work as Icachcr in the public school system. .' Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Kbi'^ mid Mr. King's sister. Mrs. J. W. Alfoi'd. of Jackson, Tcnn., arrived (his uflpimxin to spend the weekend with Mrs. King's mother, Mrs. 'I 1 . J. Crowder, and fanijly. Mrs. L. D. Chiiinbiin and,,her t:i£lcr, Mrs. James O'Ungcr, ot Memphis, have returned from St Louis, where they visited a sister who is ill. Mr. nnd Mrs. !(. G. llinklcy', of Wynne, have arrived here to make (heir home In the Moniis- han apartments on Davis ''Ave Mr. Hinklcy is Ihc nciv cotton control assistant to the couiity ngcnl, replacing Ira Crawford, who recently resigned. Mrs. Russell Phillips, Mrs. : noss 13. Ilughcs and her sister, Mrs V. Ii. Tanner, ol Helena, were n Memphis yesterday. 'Mrs. C. S. Stevens,: who-yins ;ccn ill. is now feeling foettdr.' MIS. J. W. Adams will goi to >ycrsburg, Tcnn., Monday lo pcnd a week wllh her parci Is. ' Mrs. Olio mil Imiglilcr, Jane, formerly of here ,ml now of Columbus, Miss., were lere lust night and today, icn- ontc lo Columbia. Mo., where liss Kochtitzky will enter ; thc inivcrsity. Francis Adams will leave Sun- lay for Champaign, TH., where ; attends the university, after lending the summer at home. Joe Isaacs and Miss Jessie Sritc invc returned Irom St, Louis vjicre they bought goods for 'the isancs store. Mrs. Henry Humphrey was Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Mcllancy, of Tupelo. Miss., will arrive loday o spend the weekend with their ion, T. L. McHancy, nnd Ucllancy. Miss Em~\Vrii;ht, ' her brother, Ira, ol Osceola, Mrs. Eunice Young and son, William, Mis Mabel Hugan and Miss Connie lohnsnn will spend tomorrow in Noivbern. Trimble and Dyersburg Tcnn. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Huddleston nnd son. formerly of here am] now of Brinkley, arc spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Carney tjislle. W. M. Scruggs returned toda\ from Memphis where he spent short time. Mrs. Lendennle Fowler is U Campbell's Clinic. Memphis, where she is undergoing treatment [or Injuries received in two remit wrecks. Miss Elizabeth, Jones, of Wrifihl Ala., who Is visiting here and a clhcr points, Is at Osceola for a few days visiting Mr. and Mrs Lewis Johnson, While here shi wns the guest of her aunt. Mrs Elhcl Johnson, nnd her cousins Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Crews. She has just returned from Gideon Mo., whore she was the gur-s Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Asliloj with Mr. and Mrs. Johnsor companylnt; her here. Jane Ellen. Beverly, Bsrbar? and Valarie Hcnszcy, who hav been the guesls of the Miss? Williilc tor the last month. i?( yesterday for Philadelphia. Pa accompanied by Mr. and Mrs Frank Wilhite, who have beci spending the month in Ho 'Springs. Ark.. Anada.rt:c. OMa nnd Dallas. Texas, where ihe allended the Centennial. Tin will return lo Venezuela, via NV York city, within a short lime. FIKST MlilllODlST CHIJHCII .Seventh and Main W. V. Woiiiack, 1'aslor Uvangelist Hankins will use the fcllowiiiK subjects for. his Sunday ermons; , . • . At tlic morning hour, "A Day's Journey"; at three o'clock In the afternoon, a service for women cnly, "Chickens Come Home to Hoost"; at seven-thirty in Hie cvem 1 !);:, "The .Signs . of •': the Tiroes." Special music will b given al both morning and evening services. The Church School Mssion begin at 9:46 a.m. League 1 ! at 6 45 p in 'Iho church and pastor extend most cordial, invitation to the public to be with us In these services. , nevival sen Ices viill Lontinuc throughout the week at 9 30 in the morning "nnd ,: 7:30 in : the evening. The children' •will nice! each afternoon : at 3:45 o'clock. riL<;i:ini LUTHERAN CHURCH H. J. Kleindlcmt, I'nstor Sunday School, fi a.m. Adult Bible Class, 9 a.m. Morning 'worship, 10 a.m. Gubject: "Can Man Be Saved by the Law?" Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. Subject: "Woe Unto Those Who Spurn God's Grace!" The Christian day-school will begin Ihe new school-year Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. Registration on Tuesday morning. Instruction class , begins Wednesday, , 4 p.m. . A cordial invitation is extended lo all. SATURDAY 193,5 Closeup and' ERS.KINE JOHNSON-GEORGE SCARBO Luxora Society — Personal Mrs, W. J. Driver sr., nmt grandchildren, Peggy jane ana LaLou Driver, of Osceola, accom- panicd by Mrs. Charlie Driver of Liltle Itcck, who has been visiting relatives and friends in Luxora and Ooceola for several weeks were guests of Mrs. Sue Brown Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Scott and daiiRhlcrs, Muss Evelyn and Mrs. Alvhi Wundcrlieh. and Junior Wunderlich, of Memphis, spent the day In Luxora Thursday wllh Mrs. Scott's sister, Mrs. William Thweall. Mr, and Mrs. A. E. Dyrd, who have etccn quite 111, are reported lo he much better. Mr. Byrd had an appendicitis attack, while Mrs. Byrd was .suffering from the effects of u poisonous spider bite. Miss Rose Lou Cooke is n patient In (he Ulythevillc hospital where she underwent a tonsilcc- M'ISS Margaret Moffitl has re- HEIGHT; SFEET, 5 INCHES. WEIG-HT, life. POUNOrt aUN HRIR,GREEN EYES. BORN, PlTTSBUEGH, Pfl., Fuja.12.,1909. /VWTClMONlAL SCORe"* O ^^—o. nrgcd lo attend as a paslor for the coming church year will be elected. 'Hierc will be an evangelistic service nt 8 o'clock with the visiting preacher in charge. i'ULi, GOSFKI, cinmcif Vine & Lilly sis. W. O. Sinsleterry I'astor Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. N. W. I'liintham, supt. Morning worship following Sun- ay school. Young People's meeting, 0:45 .m. Evangelistic service beginning, :45 p.m. Prayer meetings Tuesday and •rlclay nights. Sept. 4.— The the Lapnnto crs, of Washington. liavn been the li Miss Louise: I-EPANTO. . Arl:.. 1 03«-17 sc-Mltm of sohrolr; will |;e;tn Sept. H. nc- ccmiins to D. w. Mulltns, superintendent. The lai>,csl enrollment of any previous year and two new teachers have been ndd- cd to tiie faculty. Members of ((w facuHy arc: 15. W. MuHins. ^upe^lnluvdeixU inatlioiiuUles; Noble Da- J?.!?? ':Vl"*? i' alc ni>cl parcnLs for vis of Jf.ncstoro. athletic conch tuo weelcs, retunied Id their, and science; Miss Carmen Choate, homes this. week. Scarcy, commercial work nnd his- tory; Miss Evelyn Cummings halia. Miss,, Kngllsh and ' 1,,-um Miss Constance l.audr.rdale. niu sic: Miss Irene Morton. Willis ion. Tenn.. sixth firadr: Grace Harlon. Searcy. llfth Mrs. Ncel Mareom. fourth Miss IJena Hay, Ycllvllle. crade; Miss Ilattlc Bins. phis, second grndc; Mrs Weatlu-rly, Lepaiito, first Miss Marie Nance. Jonesboro. 'flrs and second grades. Mis thir Mem ..J. ARSEMBLV OF COD CIHIItCH Radio service, 0:30 a.m. Sunday school, D:45 a.m. Morning service, 11 a.m. , Jail service, 4:30 p.m. Jr. C., A. Class, 5:30 p.m. Sr. C. A. Class, 6:45 p.m. Evangelistic sen'lce. 8 p.m. This church,; known as., "Ihe Id Fasliioned Church of , the Air." will be back on iiiii"n'Ir each Friday morning from 10 lo [0:30 and each Sunday morning rom 9:30 to ID a.m. Evangelist Florence Travis -will >egin a revival at this church Sunday evening, Sept. C. Mrs. Travis is also an artist and il- iistralcs her sermons with orig- nal drawings. .flic public fc cordially Invllcd. A special fcaliire eacli Sunday night is music by the band, consisting of 15 pieces. LAKE STREET METHODIST CIIUKCH Vcriiou K. Cluilfant, Pastor Our revival services continue through tlic week. The continued Interest and growth of the various services give promise of very fruitful meeting. The visit- ill's preacher, tlic Itcv. G. C. Taylor, will preach at both services Sunday. Church school, 9:45 a.m. Church, 10:30 a.m. Sermon Secret of a Great Life." Yctmg People's League, p.m. Church, 1:30 p.m. Week-day meetings: Morning service. 10 o'clock. Children's service, 3:45 p.m. Young People's service, 6:4 p.m. Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. "The G:45 FIRST CHRISTIAN CIIUKCH Carrol Clnytl, Paslor Bible School, 0:45. I. O. West brook, aupt. In preparation fo Rally Day, September 27, let' start today bringing folk t church and Bible schcol with uj Mornhi^ wcrship. 10:50. Scr mon, "Religion and Play." Young People's meeting at Sunday evening. This is n specia meeting lo which (lie congrcga lion is invited. Let's back ou young people by coming. The Missionary croup of th Ccnncil will have its meeting h tlic home of Mrs. Carroll Cloy Monday afternoon at 2:30. Mem bcrs expected. Visitors welcome. CHURCH' OF THE NAZAKENF Vine A 2nd Sis. Harmon Hall, Pastor Our Sunday school Is gradual): climbing in atcndance and Inter est. We invite everyone who not a member of some othc school lo he with us each Sun day at fl:45 o'clock. K. L. Evan is superintendent. The Hev. Holland London, dis trict superintendent, will bring Oi message at 11 o'clock. There «i' be a sueclnt service al 2:30 o'clocl al which time the Kev. Mr. Lon don wtll also bring a message Every member of the church I TKKUY AHSTUACT & KBAi/ry co. Abstracts, 'lands & Loans E. M. Tfrry, 1'rcs. and M?r. rhouc 617 Ulythevillc, Ark. jnent of the Lord's Supper be observed. Sunday evening, 7:30 p.m., God for Us?" Sunday school, 10 a.m. Sue Brown, superintendent. "Is Mrs, Lexington, Tenn., with friends. Wade Mcllcnry invited twelve her lillle friends to a parly Wednesday afternoon, given by cr mother, in honor of her fourth 'irthday. , Paper hats, balloons, and wins-' les were given for favors. Games vcro played and ice cream and akc were served. The guests, -Peggy ; U , t i LaLou Driver, Ann While, Mary B. Sum- icrs, Jimmie Driver, Frank Wil- •iams jr., and Stewart Crrehfield if Osceola, and Bcttye Sue Miflin, Jackie Cracldock. Junior Head rommie nnd "Rubber" Stanford ihowcred. their little hostess -with jilts. Urges Study Of Party Principles By Women's Group The democratic women of Arkansas can best help their parlj by studying the principles of the party so they can give intelligent , rl - - - —. answers to questions asked them, riio pastor wm spc k Bt the Congrcssman w j Drive • ommg and evening church scr-1 ccola and Washington, told men 'ices. 'IltST I'HKSBVTERIAN CHURCH Stuart H. Salmon, Pastor "The Christian Worker's ' Au- horily" is the subject chosen for liscussiqn In the morning wor- :hip service. . beginning at 11 I'clock .tomorrow, at this churcli. At Ihe evening worship service lie pastor will preach on "Tlic Purser Accursed." Service >rompt!y at 7:30 p.m. Churcli School, with hers of the BIytheville Democratic Women's club yesterday in a meeting at Ihe Hotel Noble. Various organizations before the public are now trying to distract tlic attention of the Democrats and it is essential that both men and w;omcn be" well Informed on the fundamental principles 'am the program. Mr. Driver said in | continuing his address. He also begins brought out that the tariff question awl the parly-the Democrat; imple facilities for everyone, be;ins promptly at 9:45 a.m. in all departments. Members are urged to take up Ihe work with enthusiasm and! visitors will be most, cordially wel- :omcd at sll services. a.m. p.m. LUXORA RAI'TIS'I' CHURCH L. r. Flcnimtnjr, Pastor Sunday school. 9:50. J. M. Majors, superintendent. Tile paslor has returned from month's vacation during which lie was engaged In evangelistic services In Tennessee points, and the regular preaching services for morning and evening will be resumed. Morning worship, 11 Evening services, 7:30 LUXORA METHODIST CIIUKCH Jas. T. Itaiullc, paslor The Rev. Jas. T. Handle, panto" cf the Luxora Mclho:iist church, announce- a return to Ihe eld hours of service, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. each First and Third Sunday. During the summer, morning services have been held at fl a in., and evening services at 8 p.m. The subject lo be discussed Sunday morning at II a,m is "As a Little Child." The sacra- play in this matter was of utmost importance to Ihe Individual voters. Plans for continuing tlic program of the Democratic Women's clubs of Arkansas were made in a business' session which preceded tile address. In addition to ihe members who heard the address, there were throe visitors, Mrs. George R Crockett, formerly of here aiij now of Carntlicrsville, Mrs. A Adkisson, of Forty and Eight, and Miss Prewitl, of Armorel. Meteors cannot be seen until the.v enter the earth's atmosphere ani become heated by friction. NOTICE Due lo the fire in my oilice las! night I will be temporarily lo catcd directly across Ilic hall Iron my former office in the Fiirmcn Hank Building. Or. Hunter C. Sims WASH and Grease Job I Sfa. Standard Esso Service Main & Division Raymond Schmuck. I*asce Clothes Washed in Water with Zero-hardness are CLEAiNER . . . WHITER Every drop of water we use in laundering your clothes is softened to zero-hardness ... to this soft water is added a pure soap, so gentle in its cleansing properties that you can use it for bathing the most tender skin. Try this hotter laundering, "clothes; insurance." Phone 327 BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY urned from a week's visil ORDERS TAKEN FUH "BEflNAT" YARN 1NSTEKJ8TIONS FRKE Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. c. Haley 11M Chickasawba Phone 792 COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN! Saturday Only '^^ NEW THRII.IS! JT//^^ -" NEW DANGER! 'NEW SONGS! Sunday - Monday Robert Taylor and Joan Crawford in 'The Gorgeous Hussy' Willi l''iant'hol Tone raiaiiicunl Ncv,*s ami Comedy Ailm.—Malinrr * Ni^til—10 .V 3-ir Wilh Ic Tax. —ronMnuous Showing— TUKSDAV. SKI'T. S— ssn.oo ]^A^'K IS'IGIIT! —COMING SOON'— ANTIIONV ADVKKSl; STAR FOR A MGIIT SING UA11V SJXG SWING TIMK Rr.NGAI, TIGKK Mrs. R. T. Hallcw was hostess to twenty-eight guests for bridge Thursday afternoon. The house ivas decorated with baskets of fall Burden flowers. Mrs. William Ellas won high score, a Venetian glass vase. Second high, n black leather purse went to Mrs. Charlie MiiTlin, nnd low score was made hy Mrs. Lem Stanford, who received a relish :tish of Cambridge blue glass. Miss Margaret MofTIlt received cut prize, Madcria linen napkins. A frozen fruit salad, mixed olive sandwiches, cake and iced tea were served the guests after the bridge games. Out of (own gucsls were Mcs- clnmcs Ben nutlcr, E. S. Cricii- field. iind Edward Scgriivcs of Osceola, Mrs. J. S. Dillahnnly and Mary Catherine Dlllalutnlv of BIytheville. - Mrs. E. R. Bogan and Wnyne Hcsterly, accompanied by M~rs. Flossie Barnes, of LopaiHo, were Memphis visitors Friday. : Mrs. W. U Walters" wns hostess to her two lable bridge club Friday morning. Mrs. R. T. Hal- lew was given guest iirize a. nut bcwl, and Mrs. Charlie Mill-' lin received high score prize, a casserole. i Cartcon and Serial—"I'linnloni Iii;lcr'' with Buck .lonca Adm.—Jtalinrn * Ni;hl—10 & 2Sc Wilh Ic tax —Co nl hi no us Showing—

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