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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE TWO BIxYTHJSVJLLE (ABK.) '.COUB1EB NJSWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Executive 1 board, Woman's Auxiliary, First 'Presbyterian church meeting 1:30 o'clock at church. Woman's'.Division for Christian Service, Lake Street Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock, at church. Woman's Council, First Christian church, meeting with Mrs. James Terry, 2:30 o'clock. Woman's Society for Christian Service, First Methodist church, meeting 2:00 o'clock at church. Woman's Missionary Society, Second Baptist church, meeting two o'clock with Mrs. fenin Lloyd. Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, having home missions program for week of prayer, 2:30 o'clock, nt church. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Delphian Pine Arts meeting 9:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble Miss Margaret Shaver entertaining Double G club. Tuesday club meeting with Mrs. Riley B. Jones. Mrs. J. Nick Thomas having Tuesday Bridge club. Tuesday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Renkert Wetcnkamp, .Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford entertaining Cily Contract club. Mrs. J. C. Ellis having Tuesday Contract club at Rustic Inn. Mrs. Oliver W. Coppedgc entertaining ivitli bridge pnrty. Woman's Missionary Unto), First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at churcli. Townsend club, No. One, sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock, at Catholic Hal). WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. G. G. Caudill entertaining Town and Country club. . ADC Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Mrs. W. H. Mlnynrd entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. Woman's Missionary u n I o n, First Baptist, church, meeting 2:'JO o'clock at church. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. G. E. Keck entertaining Thursday Contract club. Club 28 having dance nl Woman's club. Mrs, C. A. Cunningham entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. Delta Contract club meeting with Mrs. Roland Green. Mrs. B. P. Brogdon Jr., having Thusday Dessert club. Mrs. Ed Cook entertaining Double Four Bridge club for luncli- con. Thursday Bridge club meeting .with Mrs. George Hamilton. Mrs. C. W. Garrlgan having Afternoon club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS. Elm wood Cemetery Association meeting with Mrs. Mattic Allen. Literary department, Woman's club, meeting 2:30 o'clock nt club Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr., enter- Saining Friday Bridge club. Kntcrtain WIlli large Dinner Party l.nst Night. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Louis Cherry and Mrs. M. O. Usrey entertained with dinner party last night at the Usrey home. A yellow nnd white color scheme was carried out in the spring pnr- l.v. Jonquils, irises, snapdragons, tiilips, hyacinths and slo'x were among the prolusion of spring flowers arranged about the cnter- tainlng rooms. Guests were sealed at small lii- blcs which had center decorations of Easier baskets of rabbits and eggs. A three course dinner was served. Games of bridge and hearts followed dinner. Mrs. Harry Kirhy was presented the gift for high score among the women and Ross D. Hughes for high among th men in the bridge games. Eltoi. W. Kirby was awarded the prize In hearts. * •-,- o Class Has Meeting Members of Hie Ladies' Bible class of Ihe First Metliodlst climch were entertained last night, at the home of Mrs. Lee Armstrong. The devotional from the IGth chapter of Deuteronomy was given by Mrs. c. M. Neal, who also offered prayer. Mrs. Sallle Hublcr presided over the business session which was closed with prayer by Mrs. Wyatt Henley. After games had been played. Ihe hoslcss assisted by her granddaughter, Marjorie Riinei. served a salad course. * * « Is Hostess To Club Mrs. John F. Lenti was hostess to members of the Thursday Contract club and two guests, Mrs. C. Modinger and Mrs. James Hunt, yesterday alternoon at her home. Tulips decorated the entertain ing rooms in which lunch was served at small.tables. Mrs. Henry Humphrey received the prize for high score among club members and Mrs. Modingcr lor high among the guests. * * • Son Born A son was born lo Mr. and Mi., T. A. Reid .this /morning nt thcit home, 312 South Division street The baby, who weighed nim pounds has been named Witliaii Thomas. * » » Plan for IVcck of I'raycr Plans for the week of prayer tor home missions which will be observed at the First-Baptist cliurcl Monday, Tuesday and Wcdnesdaj afternoons beginning at 2:30 o'clock were discussed jesteiday afternoon when the c\ecutlve board of the Woman's Missionary, Union met. Mrs. R. E. Blaylock and Mrs. w FLAPPER FANNY -COFSJlHOBYNCASCIWlCC.IW, T.M.jlf&u. s.m Hit.- By Sylvia •SCHOOL NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH 2, • 10-10 Demonstration Club News Notes .Study i-ersoiuilly | "Personality" was (lie keynote of the Armor?) Home Demonstration club luncheon meeting Tuesday nl ithe home of Mrs. Harvey I'arrish s Twenty members and five visitors .(were present, The roll cnll was answered wilh CHURCH NEWS HKST CHURCH Ph,','"? A< Onl »'°>*". Minbfcr Church school 9:45 am Morning worship , 1:00 a m Kc| .. > ' " N ° HUs ' No Rllns ' Ko JUNIOR IIKJH .SCHOOL Have Kcd Crow I'rosram Members of Elgin A '-l class Heard a program on ihn juninri - - ""• •»<•» Red Cross Tuesilny moniin- whetil ciich mcmb(!r le »i'>S of some ner- ' •-•' " sonallly she admired. Mrs, D. R, Young - -..-...*..j mujjung w Alberta Dunaway wa.s leader Eva Mick opened 'Die program by telling uic story of "Tlie Larfi- csl Crystal Ball" which was followed with a discussion of "FRCIK About the Red Crass- i, y M(lrg(ll . tt i ,'„,!F?! 1 c ,° P* 11 ""! >id oi VK. ^onsiancc Demon told nl " , "v ' """ «>"c « aiess uein- founding of Ihe Red Cro«s " llsll ' illfol >- Mrs. Lucy Pankey roa<, before the leader discussed "Acci- pccnir " PIant a Tree." dent Prevention." Dick Stacv con- - A < ? m "!" 8 demonstration was , Ul °y . cm given by Mrs. Guy Walker and a i i J ,i -^'^ ^uiuy conc luiicd Ihe program by expln(ning 'Why we Have the lied Cross." 8A-1 lias Tarty. A party was given In the library of the junior high school Friday afternoon for members of Hie Eighl A-l class. In charge of the entertainment •ere Roy Calvin, chairman, Palty June Gregg. Margaret Geaii and Dick Stacy. Tlie foods 001111111110? WM innde up of Robcrln wim..,,..., Kroncolln Fisher nnc Refreshments of cakes, mils and sandwiches we're served after an Impromptu- program which included a jitterbug contest. "They rmistn asked everybody in town—! never saw such a, mob of cars!" J. JJixlgeis were co-hostesses for the meeting at the Rodgcrs' home, I'lic devotional taken from Matthew ind Psalms was given by Mrs. C. is. aids, Pinycr was offered by Mrs. Brooks. Mrs. Dodgers presided over the business session during which lime reports were made by the various committees. Finns were also made for (lie Aimlc W. Armstrong ofler- ng to be taken diirlnu the week of miycr. Mrs. Alfred Carpcnlcr closed the session with prayer. Tlie hostesses served a dessert course of gingerbread topped with vliliificd cream and coffee. Mrs. J. E. Ucaslcy, Mrs. Hen w. iarpolc niul Mrs. John Thomas Scanlon were guests of Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of the JYltiny Bridge club with u party at her home. netreshmcnUs weve served nt the conclusion of ihi! names In which Mrs. : Rupert Graftal, was high scorer nnd Mrs. II. P. Kelscy ,ri-., second high. * * * ague I'nHy Given Members ol the Junior Ijnmue of the First Methodist church had a party last night at ttie church. A special guest ill the nffnlr was Audi Reed, who was celebrating his llth birthday. Rabbils were the favors, ami pri/es given in the games played. Iced drinks and birthday cake were served niter Ihe games. Miss Iclc Slicpard. leader of the group, was in charge of arrangements for Ihc affair. Fownsend Club To Hold Bingo Party Plans have been completed for the bingo parly to be given Tuesday night lit eight o'clock lit Ihe Catholic Hall under the auspices of (he Townscnd club. No. One. which met last night at the court house. T. L. Lewis, president of Itic jrouji. invited the public lo ntlend the party, discussions of which were followed by n program. C. P. Hedge, who has just returned from a tour of Michigan. Indiana, Illinois nnd Kentucky stated in his tulk that incrchunls and business men arc tailing a ijis part, In the Townseml club plan in these sections. Other numbers on llic program were: trio, Ell Duncan. Kine.stmo Price. N'ormnn Kinn: ••Youth of the Nations." Raymond Kendiill; solo. J. W. McCHuc; solo, Ciencv.i White; duct. Aline and Killie Delias; duel. Norman KIIIK and T. w. :iolorlh. V. P. Walker, membership rhair- •.nan. appointed two membership aptains, Mrs. Luna Sisk and Mrs. 3oforth. At The Hospitals Ittythcvillc Hospital Maltie Lou Green. Dell, admitted 1. L. Lindsey. Kelscr, admitted Mrs. W. II. Morgan. Brass City,' itsmlsscd. Mrs. Laura Mac Vicldin:. Urnca Jity. dismissed. l-eslie Freeman, Hayli, dismissed Wtllard SprailliiiB, Hayti. dis- iiisscd. Joe L. Scruggs, city, dl.imi.wcd Wplls Mrs. Waco Wright, Uecrins ail- 'iiitted. Murel Davis, city, dismissed. Mrs. E, Casry, Slreb. dismissed. Mrs. James Wells and baby, citv dismissed. Paul Howard, city, dismissed Memphis n.i|>tlst Hospitni Joiin Freeman, city, adiuillcd James Ncbhut. city. a(lmiii«1 Lewis Phillips, cily, admiltod James L. Pinkston Jr., Holland, admitted. Mrs. R. B. Moslcy, city, admitted. Bits of News Mostly Personal* Joiui Frccimin is undergoiiiir Irentment for nwstoid nl the Memphis Baptist hospital. Her mother, Mrs. Audrey Nolle Freeman, is with her. Miiry Ann Parks, who has been undergoing sinus treatment In a Memphis hospital since Wednesday, returned home last night. Her mother, Mrs. Max Parks, had been with her. Mrs. Den W. Hnrpole went to Trenton, Tenn., today for n visit with her family. Her brother, .luck Lemon, of Trenton came over for her last night and she returned home with him today, Mrs, Edgar Peterson, of Jcmcs- boro. is visiting relatives here. She caniB over lust night, especially to licnr tho .speech mnde by American Legion Natlonn) Commander Raymond Kelly. Mr. and Mre, s. P. Lee Jr., and daughter. Rliilda Ann. of Green vllle, Miss,, will arrive today to be the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. LCP Sr., mul family. Mrs, P. L. Englcr returned last night from ;\ visit in points of Texas. She attended the N:i lional Flower show while visiting in Houston and later was (lie guest of her .si.slcr, Mrs. M. 1. llelbmith, in Belleville. Harold Slcrnbrrg, who has been undergoing treatment at Campbell's clinic In Memphis, was dismissed today and returned lo Dallas, Tex., where he and Mrs. Stcm- berg will visit mill! he has completely recovered. They will then return to Memphis to reside. He was Injured while swimming at » resort tn Mexico early in January. Mr. and Mrs. \v. D. Bmdinc. formerly of here nnd now ol Dy- cvsburg. Tenii.. will be (he week end t>ue.s(.s of Mr, ami Mrs. Charles Alford, The Rev. and Mrs. S. A. Merrill pastors of Ilir Assembly of God church, and Mrs. R. E, Wright, director of the Chlldrcns church and other special services of the church, left this morning for poinl.s of California where they will speiul Ilirec weeks. Sunday and mid- wcrk services will be continued with guest preachers and assistants carrying ou the work during Ilipir absence. MIM Mary llubler. who has been ill of inlhiciizii for two weeks, is improving. Irvine Friend of Dallas, 'lex,, is here for an extended visit with liis brother. J. I 1 . Friend, and family. A. V. Barker nnd Charlie Lutes attended lo business in Union City, Tenn,. this week, having gone over {.specially for the thoroughbred Duroc sale held there. James Ncbhut Is resting well iu tile Memphis Hsiptist hospital fol lowing an apiHMulcctomy performed yesterday tnoiniug. Mrs. Ncbhul with him. Calumet Son Born A son was born lo Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roberts Monday. Fob. 19. The b.iby. who weighed .seven pounds, has- not yet been named. W. P. Hues' and son. Clarjuce. have returned home from New nny. Miss., where Mr. Hticy at- Ictidcd to business. Mrs. Flunk Howard us ill this week. Mrs. Glnml Howard Is visiting relatives in New Albany. Miss., this week. Mrs. Jake Raines, who has bMn seriously ill at her home here, Is very much improved this week. Garner, who lend the group .singing, eavc llic devotional on "Tlic I'monallly of Jesus." Mrs w Leonard Smith, president of (he Bi'oup, reviewed nn article on "Personality", nnd ga vc a dress deni- "Pitfalls or Stepping-stones," Midweek service Wednesday 7:30 ^ Choir practice Wednesday 8:15 You are cordially invited lo al- •nd the services of lliis church. . a (lUilline dcmonslrfilion by members of the quilt committee, Mrs R Oowns, Mrs. J, Bell nnd Mrs'. R.' Thompson. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, county home demonstration nscnt, talked on the Mississippi County Plant to Prosper contest. New chairmen were named as follows: "Mrs. II. Parrisli government ntul tnxflllon; Mrs. Bert. Ross dairy; Mrs. o. A. Venson, study Jane Castllo. iced drinks. Ortfaniie Jumo Red Cross Cha Richard Rose was cicely! chair- ,.„,"„ ""'" "' IIHH of the 7A-1 unit of the Jim- °'" C ° f Mrs ' lor Bed Cross which was organized Tuesday morning. Gene Callls Is to be secretory ami reporter for Ihe group, while .Irs. W. O. Anderson, canning In the bonnet contest, Mrs. G«y A'alker received first place anil rtrs. w. o. Anderson, second pin™ >1rs. R, c. Blackwell directed the lames In Hie absence of the recre- Uionel chairman, Mrs Lorcne Melzger. Mrs. B. A. Bugg and Mrs. James Bell received prizes. school council. Ann Dcen. Havry {Catherine Austin and J. 'c. Cole were elected for the junior high . Hay Brooks. Billy DcLbng. Orville Elkins and Mary Frances Cain were elected on Ihe room council which will deckle whether or not the services of the different studcnls would be accepted and If they would receive their badges. Monroe; BesUarsc, Orville Elkins, liilly DcLoiig, Albert Brackln, Dorothy Crawford, Biumte Barker. Shirley Durham, Byron Doss,''Edward Stiles. Ada Vnvashcre, James Bombalough nnd Gene Callus went before the council and their services were accepted. They will be given their badges in the next class meeting. (JKNTKAI, SCHOOL Central Council Organizes. f Harry I'tirr was elected president of, .the Junior Red . Cross Council of Central school which was organized nt a meeting Tuesday. 1 Olhci 1 officers chosen were R.' A. Friend, secretary, and Mary Lou Joyner. reporter. It. was decided that Ihe month of Alarcli would be clean lip month. Each grade will Iry to do everything possible toward making the school attractive, those in charge said. Posters showing How (his can be done will be made'by various groups. Diilcrciil things will be done each month toward helping the Junior Red Cross. --*.--. ^st |J* Jt.V,T, ! " celi »g will be at the w »"<er Mnrcl, Dogweod Chili Meets. Twenty-nine members of ...^ Dogwood Home Demonstration club nnd six visitors met Wednesday afternoon at the club house for a program 'on child welfare. Miss Ada Boycl of the Mississippi County Health Unit was the guest speaker for (he program led by Mrs. W. S. Langclon. Airs. IS. A. Craig gave the devotional. After flic duties of the sherill and collector had been discussed by Mrs. J. A. Payne, Mrs. n. A. Bugg asked the club to write to E. C. "Took" Gathings. congressman, requesting to assist in , the highway bcnutificaUon project. Mrs. W. II. Dyess asked that ail members who have shrubs or bulbs to exchange lo bring them to Ihe club house at the next meeting which will be March 13. Mrs. Iverson Morris announced that members should keep records on their poultry during tile year. To Preach Sermon At Memphis Church The Rev. Ellis Burnett, wlin is attending school in Memphis, has been invited lo preach the Sunday night service at the Central Avenue B.iulisl church in thai cily. The Rev. Mr. Burnett, a member ot me local First Baptist church, has conducted .services in 011= of the Memphis churches cadi Sunday. He was invited lo speak at the Central Avenue church in the absence of the pastor who was called out of town because of illness. "Gone With Wind" Show Here To Be Complete "Gone With Ihc Wind", uiat film classic which has been hailed by critics and audiences as one of Ihe greatest .screen cpic.s of all time, will come lo the Rifz here for a week's engagement .starting Tuesday. March 20. A David O. Selaiick technicolor production, the picture is released through Mel ro-Ooldwyn-Muyer. In accordance with the policy' ol llic releasing company, there will be three performances daily —10:00 A.M.. 2:15 P.M. and g'.OO P.M. There will be no reserved scat sale for the morning and atter- iioon shows, except the Sunday matinee. Seals wilt be rc.src.vcd for nil evening performances. The time of .shows is Die .same as in tlic nation's larprM. cities. The picture will be shown here full Icnptli. exactly llic same as In llic metropolitan centers, the company announced. Running time of Ihe pU' 3 hours and IS minutes. Final arrangements Uir tbe Uly- theville showing were completed today with O. W. Mccutclicii. manager, by Clanri Morris. Metro- Goldwyu-Mjiyer representative. Starring Clark Gable a.s the dashing Rhctt Butler, with Leslie Howard as Ashley Wilkcs and Olivia dp Havjlaml a.s sielaiiic, and presenting Vivien Leicli 'pronounced Lee) in the role of Rc^ir- lett O'Hara. the picture brings to the screen all the vivid characters of Margaret Mitchells sensationally .successful novel tit the Old South of the Civil War days. The brlllliuil supporting east includes Thomas Mitchell as Scarlett's father. Gerald OTIara. arid l.'attic McDanlcl as Mammy. Medical Group To Meet Tuesday Night Members of the Mississippi County Medical Association will meet Tuesday night at eight o'clock at the city hall, officers announced today. No special program is being arranged for llu's meeting as it is planned to li.ii-e case reports and general discussion ;i! this session. Half Moon News OF GOD CIIUKCU •Sevcnlli and As-li strrcls S- A. Merrill, pastor »:JO am. Uadio program. »:45 a.m. Sunday school 1LCO a.m. Morning worship. 11:00 a.m. Children's church. •i'-W p.m. Men's prayer meeting. "-'JO p.m. Christ Ambassador's class. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic service Tuesday, 7:30 o'clock, young People's meeting. Friday, 7:30 p.m, Bible study. CJIIIISTIAN SCTEWK SKItVICKS Uli fc'. ItroiKlwiiy "Christ Jesus" is the subject ol the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches and Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist. on Sunday, March 3. 13-10, The Golden Text is: "God who commanded the light to shine out of darkness, liath sliiucd in our hearts, to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God In the face of Jesus Christ." II Corinthians 4:U. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "No man hath seen God at any lime; Ihe only begotten Son, which is in the bosom of Ihe Falhcr, lie hath declared him." John 1:18. The Lesson-Sermon also includes (lie following passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to Uie Scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy: "Jesus was born ol Mary. Christ is the true idea voicing good, the divine message from God to men speaking to the human consciousness." Page 332. A Christian Science program is broadcast next Wednesday, March C, nt- 1:45 p.m. over KLCN. program has been planned. 7: *!> P. in. Evangelistic service. faubjcct, "The Crucified Life;" We cordially luvlle all who do not worship elsewhere to tie present with us, LAKE STKEET ML'TIIODIST CHURCH K JI. Sweet, pastor 9:45 a. in. Church school. Iverson Morris, superintendent. '(MS a. m. ['reaching service. . U-30 p. n,. Youne People's mccl- '.'30 p. in. Preaching services, 7:30 p. m. Tuesday, meeting of Board of Stewards at church. I'IKST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth (itorgc \v. I'atlersoii, minister '•>:M a. in. Htble school. Russell Barlumi, superintendent. 11:00 a. m. worship, communion and preaching. The minister will give another in the series of sermons in "Jesus of Na/arclli." 7:30 p. m. Worship a n:l preaching. "Christian Service" will be the subject of the .sermon. We most cordially invite the public. Strangers in our city especially invited. We'll try lo make you glad you came our 'way. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CUUKC1I II. •!. Klcindlcnsl, pastor Uivirie worship 8:45 a.m. Sermon topic: "The Lacking Chris- linn." Sunday .school )0:4S a.m. The Lutheran Hour over Mutual network 3:30 p.m. Try KLCN at 3:30 and at 4 p.m. WREC for transcribed program. Midweek Lenten meditation over KLCN at 3 pjn. Wednesday. Lenten service each Wednesday at :3U p.m. during Lent. Topic: "The Seeker After Novelty." We invite you to hear the message of Christ and Him Crucified. j rtt the evening hour of worship, ; 7 p.m., the pastor ivlll continue his I discussions on "The AptMlle'.s Creed and Its Meaning for Us Today.".' I'TUST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and Eighth ' • Alfred Carpenter, pastor Sunday: 0:30 a .m. Sunday schopl. 10:40 a.m. Morning worship. Sermon topic—"A Personal Inquiry." Broadcast over KLCN. 6:30 p.m. Training Union 1:30 p.m. Evening service. Sermon lopic—"A Crooked Generation." Wednesday-All Church Night 7:00 p.m. Departmental meetings 7:30 p.m. Midweek service 8:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal. KAI'lTST CHA1>KL Lilly -Slreel 9:30 a.m, Sunday school. 1'H.GKIM TAUERA'ACU; 110 Cherry streel O. W. Doss, pastor 0:45 a.m. Sunday school. Mrs: O. W. Doss, superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. 7:15 p.m. Young People's service. 8:CO p.m. Evangelistic service. , 7:15 p.m. Wednesday, prayer service. SUAK1, Unman Pollack, rabbi 130 p.m. Sunday school classes will meet. 3 p.m. Services. Sermon topic: "Questions and Answers." The ssr- mcn will be based on questions re- cdntly turned in by individuals of Ihe congregation: How did religion begin? How was tile Bible compiled? What is the meaning of lex talionis, "an eye for un eye, and a tooth for a/ tooth?" What are the Intellectual trends in contemporary religions life? Everyone is cordially invited to be prc-senl. SKCOND liAi'TI.Sf CHURCH Uoyil Kldredge, pastor 9:45 a. in. Sunday school. 11:00 a. m. Preaching. Subject for morning hour, "Wanted — A Voice." S:30 p. m. B.T.U. 7:00 p. m. Evening worship. Subject. "Destiny Be as H May." Visitors arc alwuys welcome. FIRST CHURCH Or THli NAKAitBN'E J. L. Wnolman, pastor 9:45 a. in. Sunday school, li. L. Evans, superintendent. 11:00 n. m. Morning worship. Sermon subject, "The Witness of the Spirit." K'Ari p. in. N. Y. I'.S. Mrs. Noble McCullar. president. A very unique CALVAHV El'ISCOPAl, CHURCH OSCEOLA Matthew A. Curry, priesl-in-charge Evening prayer ami sermon, 7:30 o'clock. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Matthew /i. Curry, rector Church school, 10:00 a.m. Holy communion and .sermon, 11:CO a.m. The new vestrymen of St. Stephen's parish will be Installed at this time. This is required by dio- ce.yan canon law before vestrymen are entitled to vote in vestry meetings. All vestrymen arc requested to l;o present for liiis service. Vestry meeting Wednesday night at 8:00" p.m. at Hotel Nob'lc. Emmanuel Community Plan All Day Pinver Service An all das' prayer service will tic held at. Hie Emmanuel Baptist church Sunday, March 24, The service will be centered on revival and" world conditions today. The meeting is open to all who are interested. The Rev. W. T. Pillow has been called lo flic pastorate of the church which he will serve half time. He will conduct services there (lie second and fourth Saturday night and Sunday and Sunday nights. * * « Son Born A son was born to Mr. and Mrtilj Odlau Wakon Friday. Feb. 23. The baby who weighed ' eight pounds; has been named Bobby Cklliin. Mi.s-s Earlinc Richardson is. visiting her sister. Mrs. Ben Williams, in' Helena, Ark. CHURCH OK CHRIST Dcnton IM. Neal, minister Lord's Day services: 9:45 a.m. Bible study. 11:00 Preaching. 11:45 a.m. Communion. 15:30 p.m. Yoiuig people's meetings. 1:30 p.m. Preaching. Midweek services: 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, nible .study and song practice. 2:30 p.m. Thursday, t/ulies' Bible class. Radio services, KLCN. dtiiiy from 12:15 to 12:30 o'clock except Sunday from 2:'M to 3:15 o'clock. You arc cordially invited lo each ol uur services. You will find a hearty welcome with us. i I.UXOliA METHODIST CHURCH K. K, L. Hrardeti ,!r., paslor Church school ut 10 a.m. Mrs. Sue Brown, general superintendent. At Ihe morning worship period, the church will observe Children's Day. Special music will IK rendered by the children of the Sunday .school under direction of Mrs. Lem Stanford. Sermon Ihemc, "Excess Raggage." All parents urged to bring children to .Sunday school and to remain ivlth them at church services. League services at six o'clock. Yarbro News Are New iMcmbers Mrs. H. E. Mick and -Mrs.- Mary Stone arc new mciiiberSv.of Hie Woman's Missionary society'of the Yarbro Methodist church which met in the home of Mrs. Heleii Willis Wednesday for a program and social affair. The 1C members opened the meeting with a song. Mrs. Ross Moore presided over the meeting. After Mrs. Stone had offered prayer. Mrs. A. W. Harris,, program leader, discussed' llic.. life of ,Dr. Allc'iv as a 'gVeal InissiouWy. V A| responsive reading was given the group. ' The hostess with the help of herl daughter. Miss Niultnc Willis, and I Mrs. Eluie Wheeler served sand-1 wichcs with cake, candy and iced I drinks. Tlie meeting was dismissed I with the benediction. ••( The next meeting will be in (he home of Mrs. OU. Mullins Wednesday afternoon, March 6 at 1:30 I o'clock. In the Amazon basin ot Brazil, native Indians sleep will-, nres burning \mdcr Uielr, feel to keep them warm on cliilly ulshts. ' Wert Optometrist 113 MAKKS 'KM SlCL Over Joe Isaacs' St<ue „ Phone 510 Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Gray of Corpus Cliristi. Tex., arc visiting Mr. Gray's mother. iMr.s. T. Alexandra. Mr. and Mrs. KlgiH Dison, of near Osccola. arc visiting Mrs. Dixon's mother. Mrs. Light foot. .Mrs, Lealoiis ,/OIIM was called to 'Pi'raj3i,ld Thursday because of the illness ol her mother. Mrs. .Mm li. Buck has gone to Scnath. Mo., to visit her son.s. Jolin and i.nd Bm-k. K»SC As Asllnua Kclicf EOSTCN il)Pi - To gala relief from asthma, Dr. Waller S. Burrage sURsest.s thai sufferers go to a horror movie or work themselves Into a rage. In n health lecture he said that "all allergies—and asthma is an allergy—respond quickly lo adrenalin injection. Our bodi:s manufacture adrenalin when great fright or rage possesses us." 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