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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 26, 1936
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MONDAY'S EVENTS Miss Jpy Phillips having bildge pai ty, TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs Floyd White having Tups- d°y Bridge club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS I.Irs. Can a! Blakcjnoro having Contract club. To Havo iirMte Parly Mti-i Joy Phillips will have a bridije partv Mondaj aftcuioon In ccniplimcnt to Miss Lillian Moore of Wilson, franco of her brolhei, t To-n Phillips, and the guls home from college for the Clulstnias vacation Thcio nlll be IB Hors d'Oeuvres Are Simple as Cook Wauls Them to Give Cluistnus Danco Theie vveie 2C(J guests nt Ihe dai.ce given last night by Misses] Aniti Stiacke and Elizabeth Ann Wilson at Uie Woman's club I Chiiitmps decorations, confetti end seipenllnc were used tor n, colorful arrangement Miss Wilson received with hei piiti.t*. Mi. and Mrs Clarence W'lson, and Leon Smith Ji, nnd 3v*'cs Mrarke with her motliei, Mrs Louise StiacKe, nnd Gcoige Giear jr , Included in the out of town guests \vas Miss Janice Chase of Santa Barbara, Calif, housegucst of Miss Patty Sftane. • ^ * Ccqr.lrj Cluli Has I'.ic rii,t of Ilolida) Dances / The first of two lo b2 gncn by the country club during the holidav". was last night when Johnnie White and ins orclicstia fm nislied music foi tho 'dancers, beginning at 10 o clock j The ball loom htid been cKcm- atcd in Christmas stienmers of re.i and green, colored lights nnd icicles Gieen and Red lights hung front of (he club made an tuc scene. A Anollier danco nil! be given Tnur^day night, beginning nt 10 O'C'OOK ivhen, liv» inst night, iliero \ ill be a number of guests in ad- ditnn to the members of the, club Bits of News Mostly Personal ~Ui*s Alica Fi^k \\K's Anccl H Miss Alice Clauclnie risk, ot , Hciniondale, and Aucel Ha>«aul f the garden array In.Ihe handsome 'Lend poflcry >owl, Ihe colors of which shade from .bright azure blue lo buff and Ylii'd ami grcon-blue, a «lamoro|i» background for raw carrot sticks, sluf. fed celcrj, lliu rich urouns, of ripe-olives ami the gaiety of radisl flowers. . Hois d'oeuvies is n fnnoy word. But I he re's nothing very fancy about ccleiy, olives, cnrrols, cucumbers, radishes and watercress. Nothing fancy, but n lot that's to cat to bilehtcn up the .-. — ...-».„*,,!,, linii jni«,^i IAU.J -i>i\i LI i @icn up tlic H-cbb, o' Jactaou, Mo, v,ere mni,- l.dinnci, nppctile. Scne a laigo ii-d Oi^tslmaS'Evc In n* nouuirj' colorful dish Jot Harden bore J'ns Een'ice perfcnuKi nt ' the | d'oravrcs at your ne\t ^a'rl' home of tlie^biide uv the Rev) H. Different aiJd, veiy Inexpensive I.i ' "' . I.ui Wnde. paslor^of tho Fust Methodist church only members „„,_ V.HUIUH \jiuj Jiitjiiui'iii v^iiu iiiii\j i l[JU Ullv of tho bilde's' family nnd one oil, 3 cloves gnrllc. guest, Mrs. J. p Liltle, witnessed Drain olive'; of brine Arrange "•!, "remony. in s ], n ii ow glas5 cont[ ,i ncr . A(W Tne biide wore a tailoied frock the olive oil nnd gnrllc. Slinke of nist crops trimirjcd with met- ncll to bathe nil olives Cover tahe br?ld, and her accessoiles nnd stand for 1 week before ns- weio in blown Ing They will have n flavor- Immedmlelj aftei Ihe wedding and flnvoi Is what all hors Sfr. \Vebb and h'i biide left for motor trip to IMOW Orleans and other soiithein points and to ns curls or In flim chll'led sections To stuff It, use youi favorite mKttire, such ns sardine paste, green .peppers and cream cheese, roquefort cheese As n novelty try this Celery, 3 tablespoons butler, 1-4 , Mo^ foi a visit nt the bijdegioom's home'Upon their re- tiii'i they will reside at their hr"ie, two milts north of here on Highway 61. Mrs Webb, who is the daughter oi Mrs C. E Fisk and the late Mi Fisk, iceeivcd her later education nl the Unhcisity of Missouri, Columbia, \Uieic she majored in home economics, University of Colorado, Boulder, nnd Arkansas Slate college, Jonesooio Mr Webb, who is n graduate oi the University of Alusoun, has teen a member of the high school . faculty at Holland, Mo, for a number of years nnd also hns in Pemtscot .T ajl °'. famnns interests county, Mo » * * Yarbro JlisUonarv Society Meets , " , TYentj-flve members of the Yar- b'o Missionary society met at tho homj of Mrs. Starling Bunch with Mrs w. T. Buniham 03 co-hostess lor tbc Christmas party Mrs Al- b:rt llcUmgsworth gave the last cnapte," from the book, "A Preface lo RacVl Understanding." Prayers vero offered b> R=v Holman and jlrs L Wheeler Others nppear- ^JSl on ins program were Mrs Lena •Bcja. D-n Holnnn, and ocor»a Bimcn, Tha retiring president, Mrs ROTS Moore, was presented TMth an assortment ot Christmas Bins All piesent received, gifts and were served a fruit courso for refreshment:; « * * MLSS Estta Liritijbioii. , ' "' Ripe Olnes in Oil One pint ripe oll\cs, 1 cup olive Wash celery, separate inner tender stalks, and chill. Cream butter iiiilll 11 Is /liifly, ndcl onion ftnd : seasoning and • gradually :Wprk In Jthc-cnriiiert piirce ofi pen until the*consistency is'• riijht:for «prondlng.;-";It.':.w ; ih'-"be;;n"-' lovely green, have n fresh fragrauco and be very colbrfnr'AvlieiiV stntrcd d'ocnvics nre judged by. Celery can bo stvificd, served and puree of green pens ns needed: Into the dry chilled celery stalks. Chill again when stuffed. Carrol Slicks : Young carrots, salted, water garlic. ; . Scrape lender, young nnd rather long carrots. Slice lengthwise into fairly sturdy sticks, stand in Iced salted water for 1 hour. Drain. Then wrap In wet napkin with: coarsely chopped garlic. Stand In refrigerator for several hours, unwrap nnd shako off -nil garlic. '•'';;..•'• ' •.. Do not arrange these various garden hors d'oenvrcs until just •before serving. .They must be almost dewy in their freshness lemon salt, pepper | ,1'oeuvrcs server. Hot Springs and points of Oklahoma tomoirovv for a brief slny. Given Shower Mrs J Novvis Ta-Joi, who with the Rev. Mi. Tajlor, will leave Tuesday for Clarksburg W Va where the Rev. Mr Taylor will be engaged in woik for the Church of Chnst, was guest of honor at R handkerchief shower given last night at the home of Mrs. Josephine Wert. The nffr.Ir vvns planned bv the women of the local Church of Chi 1st congregation but Ihe 30 guests Included n number of other friends. The affnir was a surprise to piesentcd .. sn .the gifts before the women spoke •informally. • Mrs Tajloi has been connected with Applcbaum's lor a liumbcr of fears nnd has resided In Bljthc- ville for IB vcais * . « w. M. u Has a . Tuc 32 members ol the Wonnn'3 Missionary Union of th= First Bip- ist church \vho attended the mc«t- of Kumboldt, Tenu, in „ ^ lc . TOcnj Rrforne'd Cliristmas Eve The Rev H Lynn Wade, pastor of Uie First Methodist church t|i!d fhe dojble ring service at Mi home at siv o'clock. TKe bride wore a frock of faille crepe, in a golden shade, with a full skirt and three quarter Icnsth slee\cs lilmmed with tiny Ehlinng. Buttons trimmed tne "V" .-Imped neck and u wide belt was of bright beads She. wore a cor- K>Ee of goiacmas. Her attendant was Mrs. H L. Halall ju who wore a black flat "th nia ^ C mth Iacc arouud [ Mrs. ^•Jffi 1 -**'^^ 1 *** •bride, \v!» is the only '"- of Mr. ftnrf/.Mrs,, J.-K n,."\la a member of the Y s™uai)tlr.g class of the city -h!j!i-sch6ol, where,she took an ft««e «, xr f in'niustcal-affairs. -,i U' Bennett b_, connected with ; Iho jrtumbojdt, f Bak!ng r Company, - _ -, ,+~ f »i wtl viVU Uii>~ NlTs" 1 R" C L b Re MrS R H ' ' Snla "devotional reading and Mrs - - carpenter offered prajer. "r?P aC u,^! ^\™*" ">' Parr and Mrs George M. J O. Fullerton spoke on 'War" W. AI. Williams on "The - i of Peace," Mrs Harry on "Missions for Peace" „ ..,,-, as a Pageant, "Peace on Earth In which Mrs. Llovd Stlcit- mon, Mrs John Buclisnan, Mrs Benlch, Mrs, R E Bhylock, E. W. Simmons and Mrs ,!ook part with Mrs Frit- and Mrs. ""r';E' ",'"* """• y at the piano, and the clos- Mrs M. C; ing pra>er,naisald Outlaw — ...._. ^.. ^.ul.J «u,l AULCilUll/..^ ————«__^.^^^ _^ lost Saturday night, 3 30 Odock, Read couriw NW Want Ads ing the ceremony. Miss Jiianlta Hill nnd Aubrey Mnck-e) ivere.thelr attendants. Mr. Goff and his brkie nre now- making their home with the bridegroom's parents on their farm south of this city. Lepanto Eastern Star Elects New OfHcers LEPANTO, Art.—Mrs. II a Webb was cloctcd. worlhy matron of the Lepanto chapter of .the O. E. s., nt a meeting this week. Mrs Webb wns the first candidate lo be initialed Into-'the chapter after It was organized some years ngo. Other officers elected were: J. S. Barnes, worthy patron, ic- clcctcd; Mrs. Hnzel Ncni, associate matron; Rev. L. H. Fielder, associate patron; Mrs, Elizabeth Henderson, conductress; Mrs. is. W.. Powell, associate conductress; Mrs. Bessie McClollan, secretary; Mrs. H. M. Ayiiayne, treasurer. Appointive officers sre: Mr*. J. s. Barnes, district deputy grand lecturer, was appointed marshal; Mrs T. L. Smith, chaplain; Mrs. Fred Stuckcy, organist. Rites Yesterday for Billie H. Milligan MANILA, Ark.i-Finseral services were held here yesterday for Billie H. Milligan, 26, -who died Thursday nftc reight years illness. The Rev. Maurice Howcll of the Church of Christ conducted. Ihe services and burial was at the Manila cemetery. < Mr. Milligan Is survived by Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Milligan, two brothers nnd one sister. Masons and 0. E. S. • Will Install Officers Now' of fleers'of • Ihe Eastern siar and Masonic lodge will be inslall- «i at a meeting Monday night at i :3f>. o'clock. The public Is Invited to attend. Mr, nnd Mrs. O. C. v Lee, of Dy- eisburg, Tenn., spent yesterday with, rein lives. They were accompanied home by Mrs, Leo's moth- ir, Mrs. J. M. Glllesplc, who will /Islt them. Miss Martha Lee Hall,.who attends Southeast Missouri - Stale Teachers college nt Cape Oirardeau, arrived home Wednesday , to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hall, until January. Miss uttty Lee McCutchen at-; tended a dance nt Charleston, Mo,, last night, .''•.' Henry Davis, who Is now employed in Memphis; spent Christmas with his mother, Mrs. Clara Davis, and Ills sister, Miss Clara Louisa Davis, Mnrlon Gray, of Memphis, spsnt Christmas wli'h, his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Gray. Ray Llnibaugh, of Hayti, was the guest of Miss Hetty Lee McCiitehcn Christinas Eve. Mrs. w. Leon Smith' mid BOM, Leon and Jack, and daughter, Mls's Mlrlnm, will leave laic today lor Pine SHUT wheic they will visit relatives. Miss Helen Alice Stcrnberg lias gone lo Chicago to visit during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Mntlthews and children, of Sunflower. Miss me gi esls of Mi Mitlhcws pn- ents Mr nnd Mis B M Mnt- thcws, nnd other relnlives foi trie holidays. Chnilcs Joseph wro is with the Public Service Utilities of lulsa Okla is hero foi ( bilel vi It with his pircnli MI nnd Mrs Sim Jo scph. Mrs B b Molt has gon« to Memphis to spend several weeks with relatives. ' Chuck Long spent Christmas In Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Luther Williams, oi St. Louis, are guests of Mr. mid Mrs. John Walden for Ihs holidays. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walden are parents of Mrs. Williams. ' Mr. and Mrs. James Thbtnns of Jonesborp, were guests of Mrs. lliomas' parents, the Rev. and Mvs. If.' Lynn' Wade, yesterday. ' . .Clnrence Palmer,, of was ..the ,. of Miss ffeelniE '; Colcmnn Slevciis jr., • vvns'taken !o the Memphis EnpUst hospitn yesterday In n Cobh - ambulance after developing; pneumohln.- ' He contracted- a, cold: ' nnd • uecnme seriously. ill 'Thursday' night.' His parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Slev- trs. accompanied hlni. .'•'"' .Mrs. Thomas W., Miller, of Brunswick, Ga., vvill ai rive Monday to visit relatives for .a few days. She Is coming up for hci ntece, Maureen .King - Novrls dnughter of Mr. ancl Mrs.' Samuel V. Norris, >vho will spciid the remainder of • the winter nt Bruns- vick. -•-•-' .Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beale and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Phillips, ; Memphis, nre guests of Mr. nil Mrs. A. O. Hnll nnd family, M, nnd Mrs. Wickhnm nnd Miss Bess Hall for n few days. B. II. Levy spent yesterday I. Memphis with his Daughter, Mrs Milton Allcnberg, and family, ant son, Ben jr., who attends the'unl- FLAPPER FANNY By Syl WUHSTMN SCHiNCU SOCIIiTV 108 W. Main "Chrisllim Science" b Ihe subject of the Lesson-Sermon which w[il be read In all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on "Sunday, December 21th. ; The dolden Text Is "He that ^bldclh In the doctrine of Christ, lie. linth both the Father and tho Eon." 11 John 1:9. AmoiiB the citations which com- •>rlj;c the Lesson-Sermon is the follcwms; from the Bible: "And is ye would that men should do to you, do ye also to them likewise." Lute C:3l. The Lesson-Sermon also inculdes the following passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Sci- TOQciand Health with Key to tho Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "It should be thoroughly nnder- toq'd that all men have one Mliid, onei ' Coil and Father, one Life, Tru'lh, and Love." Page .467. ;Tiic Rcarilnc Room is open, cv- iry'Tires, and Friday 'from 2 'lo 5 o;clcck, 708 W. Main, ril( c f CHKISTIAN C'HUKCII fjannil Cloyil, i>asior Bltlc School 3:^5 I. 'p; VVest- broct Supl. Lets close ^ the old yen right, by coming to Church I ind Brtle. School Sunday. ".. • Mcrnlng Worship" 10:50, scraion 'Juliet,. 1 ' .' • • '•••' EveiilnB vvorshlp 1;'40, scimoii '.Oocdbyc." • , , Midweek :service Wednesday evening nt 7:30. An.illustrated tallc' "n 1 Ihe jieople of Paleslliie as they 'li 1 ^. today. ' All teachers oi the Bible School ne asked to come ; for a meeting 'clloivlng Iho prograiji. This Is an 'mjorhnt meeting',nnd-all tench- *rs and officere of the Bible = 3hool nve urged lo come.; IIHSl' MKTI1ODIST CIIDHCH If. I.ymi Wiuln, I'aslor vSlllldiy. School at 0:45. CWsses lor ill ages and gra'dcs. . ' .'.;• .'The pastor will deliver a N5\v year's '501111011 at 11:65, and the spcchl music will consist of a quartette at the morning service. .The young 'people will have a special service nt, C:d5 lionoring and featuring returned college students on (lie program. At the evening hour the choir, which last Sunday evening demonstrated their achievement in a 'Christmas Cantata before a capacity house, will sing a 'Christmas Anthom, The pastor will preach from the text: -/'Love'••Your Enemy." /The ''following ":Methodist minis-' tore visited^ friciid^ mid relatives in Pir^sl 1 Melhodisf s eiiurch dining the Christmas holidays: Tho Rsvf nnd Jlffi. G.^W. Pylcs, of ParajouUl; th|\Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Aycock of/.q'rnvclley. Ark.; the Rev. and Mrs. Everett . Patlon of Welncr, Ark.; tlic Rev. i'and. Mrs. Robert Simpson and son'of Portland, Ark., and the Rev. . E. W. Nelson of Cabot, Ark. ' pickup is ;i|)oorrcmLd> (or tli,|t after-Chrj' let- Miss Helen Taylor la Bride of Shirley Farmer STEELE, Mo.—Miss • Helen Taylor of Sleele became Ihe bride of Shirley Farmer of Carullicisvllle In a ceremony performed by the Rev. J. W. Cunningham here last night. The wedding-, solemnized at (lie pastor's • home nt 7:30 o'clock, vvns Attended by only a few of Ihe couple's most Intimate friends. The bride was attractively attired in a black and white dress and wore a • shoulder corsngc of ,'hite rosebuds. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Taylor cf Stcele. She graduated from Steele high school several years „_> and until recently was cm- plovcd at the Bank of Steele. The bridegroom is the son of (he late W. C. Farmer of East Prairie, Mo., and Is n graduate of the East Praiiie high school Ho is now connected, with the Band Box Cleaners at .Carnthcrsville where the couple will make their home. 'lolirinys. Ben Hnll, who Is 'employed in Memphis, spent Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A G Hall. t ' ' The Rev. nnd Mrs. George W Pylcs, of Pnrngould, Ark., were nuesls of Mrs. A. M. Butt and Mr. and Mrs, W. J. Pollard for flic holiday. Mr. end'Mrs. W. A. Crews and Mrs Ethel Johnson had ns their guests for Christmas. Mr mid Mrs. J. A. Whlfton and flnngh- lers. Louise nnd Ruth, and son Bill, and Miss Virfifiiiii Hill, of Florence. Ala. ,Mrs. Ann Loftus. of St. Linis. is p.ontling the holidays with her sister, Mrs. J. J. Daly, and Mr. Daly. "Aik"lSed As ^ or{J To Reduce Traffic Toll ; FIRST BAPTIST CUUIICII ; Alfred Carpenter, ['astor 9:30 a.m. Bible." school. 10:35 a.m. worship, service. Pns- torls. jsormoH topic: "A Familiar Tragedy." Special music" by Miss Ann' Tompkins. 6:30 p.m. Baptist Training Unions. "One hundred seventy-five attended the Training Unions last Sunday evening. Let's go over the two hundred mark on this last Sun- flay of 193G" 7:30 p.m. worship service. Pas- Special music by Frank msetlng, 6:30 p.m. Council at 7 p.m. Wednesday: "Family Night" for tile mid-week prayer service. The liattor will show nlctures of the "Island Kingdom O f Cuba" and give a lecture on his missionary experiences in Cub.i. Thursday: '-Watch night service." W CHICAGO UP)—Death and injury on the highway may write a new worrt-"AIK"-int» the mctf-i cm American vocabulary. Charles M. Hnycs. president of! li:e Chir.igo Motor club, who, recommends Its use, derived tt Ir. ! combining HID initial' letters of three others—;'acctdcnts," "injur-! ™," and "killed." Motor club •=;,!-i tisticians jottrd down tl:css hij-j times Ijst; FULL GOSIT.I, CHURCH I illy and Vine sts. W. 0. Singlelcrry. pastor Sunday school. 9:-!5 am Traiitham. SupX Morning Worship, n a.m P. Y. P. A.. G:« p.m. Evening service 7:^5 p.m. Tlie pastor's subject will bs "Christ Looses the Prisoner." FIRST CHUISCH OF TUP .VAHAKKNE E., P ha I), n-asicj., p . ls(or SuiKl.-iy school. 3:« ,,. n , E L trans, superintendent. Morning worshin, n a) , u ^j,,.. man iiibjcel. "Our Gad An All Consuming I ire " M- Y. P. 3.. fi: 45 „.„,. t-.vcnins ssrvics 7:3 o p.m. Ser- ..-. TSlTrf r»f T r\ooi« IVI 111 01 I jOSCl Tims Saves His'Contract II* WM. K. illcKENNEV Sccielary, American Bridge League It Is always annoying to have a defending player niff one of Hie cards upon which you have counted to take a trick. Sometimes it * Q 7 5 4 I. '•••. V A83 ' *KJ10f!6 . • . <7K75 - * K 4 ' , ' * A 7 5 , j • j c-Rubber-i-AII yiilnerab'lg ' t Sn'iiiii H'esl North ' East 1 * 2 * 3 * Pass -i Pass Pass' Pass | Opening lead—£ Q !J cannot be helped, but other the king in dummy, .bieathing a New Liberty Miss Lots Hill and her grandmother, Mrs, R. L . Marshall v-ero in Memphis Saturday. a. E. Baker of Okolona, jviiss, was tha guest of Mr. and Mrs. j. • P. Epperson Tuesday and Wednesday., Mr, an:) Mrs. Andrew clay have moved (o Missouri. Rev. and Mrs. Vanier of Cordova, Taiin., wore guests of Mr and Mrs. J. p. Epperson Thurs- aay. The pupils of Miss Margie Vor- ncr and Miss Edna Deen presented a pageant, ".% to. the World"'to <! large audience Thursday night Aft;r the program Santa ciiius distributed gifts to the children from a Christmas tree. • Curloiner Sometimes Wronir PASADENA, Cat (DP)-The cus- omer is not alv;ays right, 'wil- , .iaing a no aways v i»ht' wil figh of relief when Ea si. followed I'-«n R. Dunn went to sleep in hi- bint NeU a liurau was' led, West car. white it was hoisted on a six-' won and returned anothei club ' fc °t jack for' lubrication wiv-n and while tost puffed, his 'little h e. woke uu, he opsnprt the door trump went on a tuck that had to I allfl . stepped out. n c 1vas £erai be lost anjway, :so the conliacc conscious ivhea treated at a hm •. ' a nos " was fulfilled Had declarer let, the ' openm" lead ride around to the ace, then East would have luffed a winning card and defeated the 'contract Livmj trees arc composed of much dead wood . As the outei rm?s of the trunk continue to grow, Ule' mner ones die and harden, thus fur-ilshmg support foi the tree courier wen* waiit tiincs, if declarer will just use a lilt lie foresight, he will, put that opponent in a position where the only, thing'he.cnn'do-is to'ruff a, loser, or let declarer win the I Wck. ' .,'. . • It was appreciation 8 of. the nd- ROXY Adm.—Always 10 * 25 C —Ic Tas Show Cieryr Kighi ittatlnrcs Friday, Saturday, Sunday Friday & Sundaj rtlafmees—,3,15 Saturday Matinee — Continuous Showing — Till 11:00 P M Today's Contract Problem South .is playing the contract at three no' frump. H'est's opening lead ' is won by declarer's king. South then leads the queen of diamonds,' and another diamond, arid West must make four discards. South has bid no 'suit. What cards should West .give away? 4 Q J 8 V8G32 ' » A K if 7 4 (M03G4 VJ74 • S * A Q 9 7 3 N «/ £ S Dealer (Blind) All vul. Opener—*? Solution in next i;sue. Last Time Today Mso Scrnl and Comedy Sunday - Monday vantage of position, by which he oonld thus in part control the defense play, that permitted P. F Hildcbrand of Washington, D. C. I A woman loves with alt her heart —and pays with all her soul! pital. Within the • boundaries of Main, there is an 800-acre desert. . E«rjlhm ff For Your ttilcrlahi- .. • mciit and Comfort Saturday Only of hbtVey, who lot! hit quein when he want for the falg jotkj And o ten-spot.sayt KINGof fflfKZY ' %. . V. // SSSJ aerial and Comcrly Sunday - Monday their NEWEST and GREATEST Success! man subject, "win Holiness.- in m welcome you to o\ir services. DANCING I i Every Night j SILVER MOON NIGHT CLUB 2 Miles North Missouri Line i service beginning at 1:30 p.m. Other services or the day arc *!>;• Sunday Church School at 9:45 ii-m. an nine Young People's Vespers at 6:45 p.m. day's hand, while Mr. Hildcbrand taking a holiday on the Queen of termuda to Bermuda and Nassau. When the opening lead of the <Wifen of clubs was made, Hilde araml. v;ho sat South, could count three certain losers.—n trick in eiiife, one in hearts nnd the ace of trump. His problem was lo prevent East from ruffing one of hisj ""w licnors, as West no doubt d a six-card suit to overcall, vulnerable, with only one cnr< i'fr tlian a Queen. If West held •'"•en clubs originally, then noth !? could be done. ~ Declarer won the first trick will MARSHALL HAND KNITTED SUITS for DOLLS Skirt, Sweater and Hat Orders Delivered f or Christmas Special Patterns for Shirley Temple Dolls ; MRS. LESLIE HOOPER Cn!1 702 110!) Chickasawba r mto) ELIZABETH ALLAN DONALD CRISP ?D 0 R I S DUDLEY . DAVIB .'.^/MANNERS ...Jcl , A - - •j*.litim_ttt4mwi, Also Cppicdy and, Fox News • Adm.—10 & 2Cc Also Comedy and —COMING SOON— Shirley Temple in 'The Stowaway" Marlriic Dietrich in "Garden of Allah' 1 Cliarles Unghton In "Kcmbrandl" MQNDAY, DEC:, zs- GIVEN AWAY -FREE!'. "ONE SIIGAFFER 1 DESK PEN SET". JJl night'sir. Charlie Lutes won he "Silex"' Coffee niakcr. TUESDAY, DEC. 29— $150.00 15ANK NIGHT! I I

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