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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 10, 1940
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PAGE TWC .1 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER.NEWS ^" ' • • — To Hold Services At Naaareiic Church Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Kendall Berry and Mrs. i, S, BenLsh entertaining Gleaners Sunday 'school class, First Baptist cliurch,1;30 o'clock at• Bcntell home. Woman's Missionary society, Second Baptist church, meeting 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. L,. T. Aslicr. Circle One,- Women's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church, meeting 2:30 b'colck In pastor's study; Circle Two, Mrs. D. C. McLean; CJrcJe Three, Mrs. J. A. Leech; Circle Kcur having supper meeting at church. Circle One, Woman's Mlsslonaij Union, First Baptist church, meel- Ing 2;30 o'clock with Mis. R. A. Copeland; circle "Two, Mrs. J. Q. Barnes; Circle Three, Mrs. J. T. Weslbrook; Circle Four, Mrs. John Buchanan; Circle Five, Mrs. Alvin Huffman; Circle Six, at church. Woman's society for Christian service, First Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's division for Christian Service, Lnke Street Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock nl' church. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. F. B. Joyner and Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford entertaining Charlc- volx chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, one o'clock at Hotel Noble. Bachcelor's club having banquet at Hotel Noble, •'• Mrs. B. F. Potter entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Tuesday Bridge .club meeting with Mrs. M. A. Isaacs. Mrs. L. L. Hubcner having city Contract club. Tuesday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Dan Smith. She Had a 500-graiid Time Mrs. Doyle Tuesday club, Henderson having Miss Pntty Shane 'entertaining Double G. club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Hafi-y Kirby entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. Town and Country club meeting with Mrs. C. Modingcr. All Parent Teacher associations of the clly meeting three o'clock nt high school auditorium. THUilSDAY'S EVENTS Mis. Charles Alford entertaining Thursday-Bridge club. Mrs. P. B. Joyner entertaining Thursday Contract club. Double Four Bfidge club meeting with, Mrs. Theodore Logan Mrs. Richard Dickinson having Thursday-Dessert club. . Thursday .Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Louis Appleuiumi. Mrs. Hiram Wylle entertaining Delta Contrict club. o. N. T. club meeting with MJSS Marie Abram. FRIDAY'S EVEOTS Friday Bridte club meeting with Mrs. H. F. Kelsey Jr. Are Honor Students Eugenia Crawford and Mary D. Fitzgerald, who avo freshmen at Arkansas State ccllege, Jonesboro, were honor students for the first .semester of the school year with n 'B' 1 average. Miss Crawford, da\igliter or Major and Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford Is working toward her B. S. degree with a. major In Home Economics. She is a member of Alpha Siema Etelal sorority, Homo Economics club, and Le Cercle Francais. Miss Fitzgerald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fitzgerald of .Promised Lnnd, is working toward her B. s, E. degree with a major in Business Administration.' she Is a member of Alpha Sigma social sorority, and the Home Economics Club. f * . Plan rnformal Plans for an iiuprmal dunce to bo held probably Feb. 2Q were discussed at a meeting of the O N T club Thursday jjighl at the home of MISS Jran Bourland. Thirteen members attended. In the rummy games, Miss Pauline Ulm and Miss Lon Jo Hargetl received prizss. The hostess served refreshments. * * * Kntcrtalns Club 'Mrs. Charles L. Wyllc entertained members of the Dnlta Contract, club mw four giicsls with a pirty nt her home Thursday artcrnoon.' Mrs. Chester Caidwell. Mrs. Paul I'tyor, Mrs.. Doyle Hendereon and nm' >i V i Ho!lail<i " la - VC(1 rnr < i s «tlh the club members Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford received nign. score prlje amon s thr club members and Mrs. PnW among the guests. The hostess served a salad plate. • Most, gel-up ut expeiislvc • Nev/ York's Ultra-smart Beaux Arts ';' ..ball, ,',j ;iw(ecl foi- Mch costiuncs, Vfis ,worn liy ' soelally- ' prominent Mrs. Adolpli Spree kcls. Her diamond necklace and turban clip assay some $500,000. On hei.shoulder: priceless black orchids —the only four 111 nil of New York. Ington", the hostess served rffrcsh- irtents. Baughtcr Born A daughter wus born to Ur. nntl Mrs. John T. Allison, ot Chicago, yestcrdny at a Memphis hospital. The baby, who wuiglioO seven pounds, has been named for her (internal grnndmolher, Alice Blythe. Dr. Allison formerly lived here. P. T. A. Groups Are To Meet Together All the Parent Teacher nssocla- llons of the city will meet together Wednesday afternoon nl (luce o'clock nt the high school niidi- torluni for a progmm In observance of Founder's Day. Tlic principal speaker will be Mrs. \V.,B. Bm-kclL of Bassclt, who will discuss "'The Seven lamps ol Youth"'.'*Olher numbers 0:1 the Bits of News Mostly Personals The coiidltlon of Pniil oreeiuveil, who recently' underwent an appendectomy at the Blythevlllo liospltii) has become critical. Pneumonia developed this morning and other complications had already set in. Mrs. J. M. Vivian, who has been III for more than a month, has developed pneumonia. She Is at her home on Luke street. Mrs. A. P. Burks and Miss Julia- Heed, tcnchers In the Promised Jjiml fchcol, arc both III of ln- lluenzn. Miss Cliurllno Hudson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Hudson, who CHURCH NEWS STREET METHODIST '•'• M. Sweet, pastor 9:45 a. in. Church schcol. Iverson Morris, superintendent. 10:45 a. m . Preaching service. ill's "' '"' Y ° Ung pc °P !e ' s mee t- There will b c no. preaching scrv- ce as wa-go'tQ i no PJl . st Mctll(X |. 1st church to p district wick young People's meeting at that hour. lucsday, 7:30 p. in., stewards meet at church, Rev. Holland B. London, of • .......... "• ''"j" "m.avii, W nu me ticv. nunanu a. London of has been 11 of a .cold .for several LUlle Rock, will conduct evancel- week6 is able to be out. ( fs( |c services ot the First Cluirch J. P. Friend was.callcd, to Hoi- 'of the- Naznrcnr rtcrson, Tex.,' this morning because - ". » f Uic critical, condition of his la- gin his Mrs. w. F. Brewer is 111 of influenza nt her home on the Bnv- rield road. Bobby Chiles, who has been ill "jv" s ' beou't f ° r ""*"" ""^ ' 5 ""'I S <* di " ' Mrs R p Ri«i,,, n ,, by E "S elle ami Endell McClurkin Will Give Lecture Tuesday Night The lecture on "Personality and Its Development" which WHS t. nm ,," ,„„„ „ ,., . i -scheduled lo be given Monday nli'ht ,L , Davidson, . seven ! by W. D. McClmkln, supermteiul- 5'. C!>r _<" t L (1 '»'StUcr of Mr. and Mrs. cut of Ihe schools, has been postponed until Tuesday nlsht. H is the last In a series of four Arkansas, who Is to preach at the services, will arrive Wednesday. The will conduct the meeting visiting evangelist ar- bc provided until the of ] will continue through Sunday. A&t>LMUIA'..OK COB hcvenlh and Ash Streets S. A. M'errlll, Pastor , 8:30 a. m. Radio program. "•45 a. m. Sunday school. :00 n. m, Mornltifj worship. >J M n. rn. Children's .church. •I-<M p. ni. Men's prayer meeting. 6:30 p. ,„. Chr , st A n lbailSa(l()r . s CJH.SS. . • • , 7:30 p, in. Evangelistic amices.' Tuesday, 7;3(, 'o'clock, Young People's meeting Friday, 1;30 p. m , Bible .study. ST. STEPHEN'S KPISCOPAI, CHtRCH Matthew A. Curry, Hector 10:00 a. m. Church school." ' 11:00 a. in. Morning prayer and sermon. Text, "Your Kingdom." luesclay, 7:00 p'c!o=k, annual SATURDAY, FEBUUAKY'iU. : il)40 •i • — By Syivia FLAPPER FANNY - cor-8. iwo sv NC* stmct. IKC. r. u. JCG. u. s. ra. <?r. dinner nt,' \vomeiVs 9 club.' "" mlal "Well, it>s abo "t time you got here., 1 been wailm' for you: Litany mu[ Holy ccmmunion cv-'. _ cry Friday nt 10 o'clock during Ihe Lenten season. FIRST CHURCH OF NA//AHENE •I. L. Woohnan, I'aslor TUB district will be since 10 degrees above."* here. Miss Betty - ..v. v-, iuio.l AJdt V Jenkins from (he Methodist hospital and the licv. Paul Worlev from Nashville. Tenii., will be the speakers. The Rev. E. L. Beardcn, -• »•* ii uuuuiiii, i asiur t ->*'*-"«»_ 10. i iiv; itcv, >j, 9:45 a. in. Sunday school. E L., of Luxora, will preside Evans, superintendent. j Our First Qua 11:00 a. m. Morning worship. for lllls y«ir w: Sermon subject, "Characteristics ot Wednesday night. Chrbtlnii-s." Our First Quarterly conference for this year will be held rexl . , Pe i, u Thursday, Feb. 15. the Woman's „ . - .....-.*,..,,, , ^^. U, lul; \vomans ,„;,, „"• '"• N - v - p - S. Mrs. Noble Society of Christian Service of this " ~"' J ' district will meet in all day session ' at church. All the program Include n. musical lias Club Parly Spring flowers lire number by Lango school slu:!culs Hid n folk dance by the Siidbury students. Mrs. Charles Crlggcr Jr., president of the Central P. T. A., is to be in charge of the Valcnllnc lc« which will follow the program. The affair will bo in the home economics collage. Down Memory Lane 10 Years Ago Mrs. K. O. Odojn spent ycstcrdny in Memphis. Mr. niul Mrs. H. ti. McKoiwle, formerly of here but now of Ciiiro. 111., we're yucsts of Mr. and Mrs. .). A. Waterman Saturday night. . . . Wr . nn( | Mrs . Ernest Roc .spent yestcrdny in Mempliis with Elmo Roc who is in the Baptist hospital. . . . John Altai Blair, son of Mr, nml Mrs. Russell Blair, Is resting very well following an operation at the Memphis Baptist hospital. I'ivc Years Ajo Leslie Hooper. r>l, died :it his home en Chlckasawba avenue early last night following rive months illness. Washington—Senator Huev p Long introduced a resoHuton 'today lo investigate "the conduct" of Postmaster General James A Kvr- ley; One Ve:ir Ago Vatican City—Pope Plir; tli,-;l ,,l . r >:31 a.m. after Biiccesslvc iillnrks of cardiac iusthnvi i\nci oilier complications. His inst won!, as lie entered "Peace. death TI lectures which Mr. McClurkin is V giving for all who arc Interested In I n!!',", „ , psychology. The lecture will be at' h ,f ' " Blln " "' of """«••«« "I 7::tn nvi/«-L- n i n, „ i,..,. „„, ', Ills home. — and Mrs. r • , _, C. Davidson, formerly of here tplSCODal Dinner To and now of Osccola, is critically ill R U U T J M' Li at the Memphis Baptist hospital B8 Hel « lUCSOay Night There Is an infection in her blood McCuliar, president. '•30 p. m. Evangelistic service • '"• t " I& tmiiL-n. AI jermon subject,' "The Unselfish-' "wiled lo attend. ness of Jesus." j CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHURCH TEMPLE ISHAEJ Matthew A. Curry, pricsl-iii.clnirge' Evening prayer and scrmcn, 7:30 p. m. Ilerniiin Pollack, 1:30 p.m. Sunday school 7:30 o'clock at the high school library. To Hold Services For Deaf Monday A sen-vice of the deaf will be held at Ihc Plhjrlm Liilheran church Monday at 7:30 o'clock. It Mrs The sec-end annual dinner of le SI. Stephen's Episcopal church I . , ill be given Tuesday night at the Mrs. nob Chiles is able lo |,e :Woman ' s cl " b at seven o'clock, it' out after having been confined to>' ns announced today by officers of her home for three weeks bccaiisc; tllc> Woman's Auxiliary of the of a skin infection. church which Is the sponsoring Mr. and Mrs. j. w. Adams Jr.,'organization. will leave Tuesday for New Or- Al1 baptized members of the Icons, La., Miami, and other points cil « r ch are urged to attend, it was o' Florida. They will be nccom- st «'«f. At this time various rc- „,,„!„,; .... , ^ ( Petersburg by " :r(s «'>" be read and new ' " Evening ^service on Friday eve- P- m. during the wilt meet. lasses p.m. Lincoln's Birthday service - 1 —- of the Youth League will I ', SMTS0 "- Tllcl »e »»™gh participated The Torah,"7r The Litlirmyjuicl the Life.". will be read. Sermon topic: "Abra| ham Lincoln: An Examnta nf'nom. whn Walter of St. Louis. , . . His subject will be "While facing capture Je.sus thinks onlv of others." The Rev. Mr. Uhlig Invited all deaf and friends of the deaf (o attend the .services. At The Hospitals lllytlicvlllc Hospital J. L. Davis, city, admiUcd. Martha Reynolds, Hayti admitted. Mrs. Eric Taylor, Cotlomvood Point, ndniilled. Ernest llucknba, Hayti, dlsmlss- r l"cd Echumnker, Luxor.T, ed. Mrs. . dismissed. Paul Wallace, city, dismissed. Walls Hospital Joe Walls, city, admitted. HolIIs Manlcy. city, dismissed Lllllbcth Garrell. city, dismissed. Memphis Mcllioiibt Hospital Mrs, E. c. Welbcrn, Osccola nd- mlltcd. L. L. Ward, clly. ndmllled. Memphis llnpilsl Iteiillai Junmlc Callahan, Cnruthersvillc admitted. Mrs. R. H. Smothers, citv ; v d- mittcd. Dcinonstralion Club News Notes I To llavr Valentine Varty Members of the Dogwood Uldgc I Home ciuonslratlon club will William weeks they plan to be away ' Mrs. W. L. Smith, Mrs. 'W 0, Anderson. Mrs. D. R. Garner, Mre Cozlne Blackwcll and daughter, Ann, were In Memphis Wednesday to sec "Gone With The Wind'' men elected 4 vestrymen". lo succeed remained for Mrs. Blackwcll week's visit , Mr. nnd Mrs. Irn Caidwell and ! >^ ^ World Day of Prayer Is Observed Friday 'Hip churches of Uin city joined 11:45 a. m. Communion. 6:30 p. ni. Young People's meetings. .. ; -'.'30 p. m. Preaching. Sermon ...•|:si]bjccl, "Dellverajjce From Egypt. ••, and From Sin." The sixth in ;i .scries on Old Testament Type. 1 ; figures and analogies. Midweek services: p. m. Wednesday, Bible together yeMcrday to son, Irn Jr., hnt-c been called to Humboldi,. T'enn.. because of the ,,, Illness of Mrs. Cnldwell's j - - - observe a Prayer wltl? services Church of the Naza- u ,.,, irii ,-,. tufilflf U I'll !i mother, Mrs. Leila Elhnm, of Ihnt. city. She Is 111 of pneumonia. yenc presided over by Mrs. J. Hint church, talks were made by Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, who spoke on the topic. "And the -Spirit of Jesus Lives On". Mrs. -- -L - '•• Hl >be- Totai Wnl " Kev - J Harry Atkins has returned frnm - -•-• SI. ixnil* where he spent last vo k ? ns ^ °'T-' M '' S " u end with Mrs. Atkins-who recently j '"".,"' ' C fV! Vf'*'' Wns '" underwent a major operation at ? \l , """ and ( " Barnard's hospital (here. She Is I Ii n i ,"' )1<<stor of (llc Naza now nble to be up occasionally nnd *""" " l "'" 1 " ""'•- " " will probably return here in two weeks. Mrs. Jelf Moll, of WnrrcnsbtirR. Mo., cnmc Ihls morning I 0 be with her mother, Mrs. J, M. Vivian, who Is quite seriously «| at her horns. H. HlghnH is 111 of influenza in (he Memphis Methodist hospital The condition of u U Ware!, who was carried ( 0 the Memphis Methodist hospital Thursday In a critical condition, remains' unclum-cd ">". and M,,,. pmnk J(lck ° so| ' . rene church, who discussed "Prayer." . The devotional was given by Mrs. Roy Head. Iviuslcal mimbsrs were a solo, "Prayer Perfect", by Mis. Ralph Bcrryman and a duet. "In the Garden", by Mrs. .lames A. Overholser and Miss June McAd- anw. The opening prayer was led by Mrs. Woolnian and the closing prayer by M r .s. u. A. Lynch. Tlic olferint; «'|,ich was will be given lor missions. ' . . study and song practice. 2:30 p. m. Thursday, Ladles' Bi- . ble class. Kcrvfccs, KLCN, <la!lv from 12:15 to 12:30 o'clock e.xcept Sunday from 2:30 to 3:15 o'clock. You are cordially Invited to ench of our services. You will find a hearty welcome with us. Oellr.* ! r <-•••!-..i,MVII V.1UU \\lll IJICPI* r . [for a Valentine- iwrlv Wrdneslay ' wlicn 1 •>' •'•- -' —- " ">--->"«ij W a.v«l floor at her home. ..«« • W. SI. V. Jiccls , Mi«. J. B. was omcllcd .is a new member of the Woman's Missionary Union of the Urll Unp- lisl cluirch Monday attcrnon when " members and two visitors mel were served at the cone won of the bridge B amc,s IP which Mrs^ Holland'Was high M high | the meeting which opened .-• •-..-., 11 «u V|JV**WVt ihc smgHis! of hymns and the ilcvotlcni of Luke mid follt ih c watchword The the tenth with sentence praver ™ '''? ??*• ' Korea, Class M.rt* MtaOortclw Wllhlte ciHcrtain^i Cor M* nu eight members of the Dorcas Sun- ii* ol S8.82 for ic h- day school class ol 'the First Bap- Mrs. Hart n o w M,s list church and Iwo guests. . Mrs. Smith and Mrs cLk « ' . . r. J H Em.\rt Sr. and Mrs. A A Allen, nltira party at the church \cstcrday alterroon. ' • Tlie meeting was opened with a song which %as followed with the devotional nom the nth chapter MI i'J i?', ven b> Mrs ' T - L - Cass 'dy Mks Wittiito piciidcd over the bus and Mrs - Clytic rr a[i- homc f<l miwionary hearts ""faUhVul iicarls /laming Hearts. coi_. M hearts, awakeninif liriirts ministering hearts Pointed a committee to .„ iiacie candy ;ui[ i ))cp co j., Mrs. GUI was lender ot and ' nt tlio dub house. As it will be the club's muil- \mary. inciiibd's will celebrate H . acson Huffman, who arc visiting in n, c home of Mr. and Mrs. j ak c HuH- intin. until n,ey complete movin? into their home at Stcele, went in Memphis last night f ov die rehearsal of the wcddihir of \n« Uoroiliy DiiBard. of that citv 'and Dr. Edmiixl Lee Taylor of steele Mo. They win rclurn tonkin , m the wedding which will te'.,oleiii- nl?ed in the Cmlloway Mrniorhl Melhortlst church in Mooithk 'm clRht o'clock. ' Mrs. Neville Hlakomoro i, ,-„.,. lined to hrr liomc lii-causr of -, CCl nllli ' ! ' V -' hlCl ' sl 'f ITiiV- •' ill l ) l' c<l I-IHST .METHODIST CHURCH !i. B. Williams, pnslor Church school 0:45 a.m. s. K. Oarrctl, superintendent. Preaching .ssrvlcc 10:55 a.m.. message by the pastor. Broadcast. ••Qifcsilcm and An- f-wer Period". 1 (o l:ir, p. m over KLCN. LUTHERAN Sixlh and Walnut Streets H. .1. Klchi'dicn'si, juslor Divine worship 9:45 a.m. Sermon subject: .'IConciuering Cii^istiMisji 1 ; Sunday school 10:45 a.m.V •'•"" ; Conflrinatio'n' :: clflis-' : nfe(^.' 55*15 The Lutheran Hour each Sunday 3:30 over 154 stations. Try KLCN 3:30 or WHEC at -1 p.m. Services for the Deaf Monday 1:30 p.m. Rev. Waller Uhll» will preach. ° . KLCN Lenten meditation Wednesday 3 p.m. Special midweek Lenten service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. SoruiKi topic"The Denying Disciple." public, strangers In our city especially invited. 'We'll liy to make yon glad you came our way. FIItST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut at Kighth Kev. Alfred Carjitntei-, pastor Sunday : 0:30 a. in. Sunday schooL 10:-!0 a. m. Morning • worship. Music— Anthem and special imislc. Sermon— Rev. F. A. Whitlcy. connly mlEsloiiiuy. B.'30 p. m. Ti-aining Union. 7:30 p. m. Evening Services,' Sermon— Rev. F. A. Whitley. Wednesday: AU-cliurch n'.g'M. 1:00 p. m. Departmental' meetings. 7:30 p. m. Mid-week service. 8:30 p .m. Choir rehearsal. FULL GOSPEL CilllKCH Lilly and Vine streets A. A. Jenkins, pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday, school. Roy Handley, superintendent. 11:00- a.m. Morning worship. 0:30 p.m. p. y, p. A . BeitlKi Ford, president. 1:-15 p.m. Evangelistic service. FIRST I'KESBYTERIAN CHURCH James A. Overholser, Minister Church sehoci, p:45 a. m, '''''• '' Mornliig. • worship',-: ;'ll:0fl n.''m 'Jlieine, "Two Ways officariiig:" ' ' Young' People's " : meeting 5:30 p. m. . ' ' . Evening worship, 7:30 p. m. Theme, "The Master Loaves- a Will." Midweek prayer service Wednesday, 7:30 p. m, Choir practice Wednesday, 8-15 p. in. Everyone Is cordially Invited to Pilgrim Guild metis Wednesday "' after Hie Lenten service. A cordial welcome to everybody. share In the worship and service 7:30 p.m. will be a special Young People's service ns a part of the Youth Crusade movement Methodist church. The ym..,, ,,_„. „.,.„,„ pie from nil of this cud of this ! We FIRST CHKJSTIAK C/IUItCH Main at Sixth (icorRc W. I'attersoii, minister 0:45 a.m. Bible school. Russell Barnaul, superlnlcndeut. 11:00 a.m. Worship, communion niTanliing. "Jesus of Naw.rrtli- . His Courage" will be the sermon theme, the second of a scries. . 7:30 p.m. Worship, preaching Ihe; "Christian Service" will be th; p?o- .second of :i scries, most cordially invilo Hie of this church. Visitors in the city .... welcome. : BAI'TIST CHAPEl, Lily Street 3:30 a. m. Sunday school. , VlUciMluo Die one receiving (lie most Valentines winning „ prlxe. Gosncil News iknors Miss lilloy ' , honor at a shower given Maxwell aih cll party am i MI M Dorothv home in Oc.ncf, by Miss Dolores Psalmond will - >r rive from Memphis lonigiu t 0 '|, c Mis. Jakn Huffman for a in clnvs' Mrs. Earl Sullivan -is ill a| ii cl 'home on Clnrk street. Joe Walls, son of Dr. and Mrs J. M. Walls, was admitted lo Walls hospital today after beconiliic' ill of pneumonia. TOO I.ATE Wanted to Uuy House and Lot in city'. M U -,. reasonable. Box R. Courier N f Chinese checkers* "target I —- --'- Barnes and various library and' partner games After Miss Rlfcy had opened her Mfls, me B ,, osts wcrc smMl Uol chocolate with cookies. marshiuaUows and P.cad Ccurler News want ads __ _ ----. —PRESCRIPTIONS^ Safe - - Accurate Your Prescription Daigdst Fowler Drug Co. PI IO ,,J in Main Rev. Webb Honored : , At San Anlonio, Tex. j The Rev. Pi-rvy R YVcW), D. D.. formerly of here nnd now pastor of I the First Baptist church ot Snn ' Anlonio, Tex., was honored at all j day anniversary set-vires held iit! his church re;cnlly ! lii appreciation i for his work with (hat yroup. It wns pointed our lhat' during (lie Hire? years the Rev. Dr. Webb hn.s ben; pastor ot (he Texas church, there have been 2.C!), I p new members added lo Ihe ehurcli roils and a total of $303,000 received Into the treasury. Under his pastorile. a now $KD 000 educational buildin.; has been erected and was cx-ciipitd June 1. The anniversary .services were to be followed Hie next week by a bai^ncl civen by board members In honor of the Rev. Dr. Webb. He went to Snn Anlonio in 1937 I from Port Smith where he had' been pastor ol (he First Dnplisl! Try One of Our Delicious PIG SANDWICHES Ole Hickory Inn Across From High School . IJny Your MHRiCAN KXPKK88 iMONKY.'ORUURS , UOHINSON'S l' r »K Store J. L. OUARD Ootometrisr Only Gradualc Oiitomc- .(rlsl in Bljllievjllc. Glasses Fitted Correctly EXWiltT UKAUTV WORK CALL 106 AppolMmciil Kargarefs BEAUTY SHOP Swedish MHWHSC, V»r. Mrs. Kuth I^whon - - - lik G/C- On- modern laundry service is as eflicicnl as Aliuldins lamp. A slop to ihc phone and voiir tlics will |,c picked up and- launrtried' with all cure and aflenlion (bar you would «ivc them irsi'lf. Heller rooking-dolhc.s and more cco- nnnural. Call us ... we'll prove i(! SATURDAY "HIGH SCHOOL" willi .lane Witlicrs & : •lw. K. Hrnwn, .1r. Cartocu ,t Serial "Green Hornet" • SUN. &MON. ROBERT iQm&Uj The EARL of CHICAGO . OWEN . QWENH • >llll. Slll.ix , .1111 MCllli \ cws & Comedy Coming Tuesdav. Slarch' 26th ;i Week's Htm \\vm THE ROXY LAST TIMES TODAY ROM MOUNTED .•FIJESHTJN&MAD \jfr- Iflfift NEWILl Cartoon Serial "Kit Carson" SUN. & MON. luuulry and J)rv Ikltci USTEN TO KLCN >l:00 a.m. — 1ZU5 p.m 4:30 p.m

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