All Day Meeting at Centralia Church of God (1953)
relatives and friends. j Mrs. Carl McManama, Mrs. \V. > K. McNear, Mrs. John Ward and j Mrs. Howard Boyd and Mrs. Laura j Peck attended the W.M.U. meeting in Columbia Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Decker and family of Pittsburg.Penn..are here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Renie. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Roberts have purchased the Orville Wainscot t property on Maple street with possession June first. Mr. and Mrs< Clifton Hartley of this city announce the birth of a son. born Friday at the Audrain hospital in Mexico. He weighed 8 pounds. 14 ounces and has been named Gregory Lane. Mrs. Hartley was the former Miss Helen Boatman. Mrs. James Shultz of Hickman Mills and Miss Jane Shultz of Kirksville spent the weekend here with friends and attended the Beauty contest. Miss Barbara Payne, winner of the beauty contests sponsored by the P.T.A" held at the high school gym Friday night plans to attend Christian College in Columbia for the coming year. An all day meeting and basket dinner was held at the Church of God on Spitzler street Sunday with a largo attendance, those from out of town attending were Mr. and Mrs Clarence McGlauchlen and family of Hull, 111., Mr. and Mrs. A. E." Womack and family of Willow Springs, Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Moore and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Beckahm of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Lawerence Karne?. Mary Ann Valew of Menden. 111.. Mr. and Mrs. James Gray and family of St. Louis. A. R. Kestner and family of Macon. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Shepherd of Kansas City, Kans.. Mr. and Mrs. Elbcrt, Brown, Walter Brown, of Beverly. 111.. Mrs. Walter Kenzles and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lyndal Dye and family. Mrs. John Lutz. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Kentzler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Taylor and sons of Stoutsville, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Pikes. Edward Null of Louderdale. Miss.. Mrs. Arlie Harston of Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Steffenscn and family of Fresno. Calif. Mrs. Warren Vinson of Kentucky is here the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wilson. Mrs. Maurice Kinkoad and Mrs. A. P. Yager. Jr.. were hostesses to members of the Light Bearers Sunday school class at the Kinkead home "Thursday evening. Nineteen j were present. Mrs. Anton Johan- 1 san gave the devotional. Mrs. L. C. Henderson was in charge of the program. The next meeting will be May 20 with Mrs. Johansan and Mrs. P. O. Baker as hostesses. CARE Quits Red Zone CARE today announced that it has ceased to accept orders for any of its packages destined for the Soviet Zone of Germany and that it is refunding $175,000 to numerous American donors who had purchased CARE packages for relatives and friends in East Germany.