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PAGE TWC BLYTHEVJLLE (ARK.) COURIER ttEWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Circle One,' Woman's Division for Christian Service meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. C. S. Stevens; Circle Two, Mrs. Max B. Keid; Circle Three, Mrs. Koland Green; Circle Four, Mrs. R. L. Galnes. Woman's Missionary Society, Second Dapllst -church, meeting two o'clock with Mrs. Johnny Hocott. Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at at church. Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Delphian. Fine Arts group meeting 9:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Max B. Reid entertaining Tuesday club. Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom P. Martin, having Double G. club. City Contract club meeting with Mrs. L. S. BeniBh. 7:30 .o'clock. Miss Ruth Butt entertaining Tuesday Afternoon club. Maple Grove Cemetery ussocia- lion meeting 2-.30 o'clock with Mrs. J. W. Durham. . - Woman's Council, First Christian church; having pre-Easler service, 2:30 o'clock, at church. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Temple Israel meeting eight o'clock with Mrs, S. Jledel. ADC Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Charles Langslon Jr. Executive Board, Centrnl Parent Teacher association,' meeting 2:30 o'clock at school, preceded by general meeting at 3:00 o'clock. . Mrs. J. C. Ellis hiving Town and Country club. Mrs. W. J. Wunderllch entertaining Wednesday Bridge 'club. Woman's Council, -First Christian church, having pre-Easter service, 2:30 o'clock, at church. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. D. McClurMn entertaining Delta Contract club. . . Thursday Dessert club meeting with Mrs. Richard Dickinson. Mrs. H. H. Houchlns having Mid-Week Bridge club. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. O. W. McCulchen. Mrs. John Foster entertaining Double Four club. Thursday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. J. E. Patterson. Mrs. Byron Morse having Thurs- day Luncheon- club. Woman's Council, First Christian church, having pre-Enstef service, ; 2:30 o'clock, at church, '.'. : FRIDAY'S KVKNTS ' Woman's Council, First Christian churcH, having pre-Enster service. 2:30 o'clock, at church. Mrs. .Rupert Crafion having Fri- day Bridge club. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Armorel Group Meets Mrs. Marguerite Brpthcrton and Mrs. Jessie Rldenour 'were speakers on the Armorer Parent Teachers association program presented at. a meeting of the group Thursday afternoon. .'.-"•-. , Mrs. Brotherton spoke on "Choosing a Life's Vocation", and Miss Ridenour on "Parliamentary Procedure." During the business session, the report of the executive committee was made and accepted. Hostesses during'Ihe social hour were Mrs. Howard Caldwell, Mrs. J. O. Hobgood and Mrs. Jami-,5 .Hell, They served a dessert course, i * * Son Bom A son was born lo Mr. and Mrs. John T. Long formc'rly of here and now of Memphis, yesterday afternoon at n hospital in thai, city. The baby has not yet been nnmed. Mrs. Long Is the former Miss May- zabelle McCullough, of Alicia, Ark. * * Flays Cards With'Chili Mrs. Dixie Crawford played cards with members of Ihe Friday Bridge club yesterday afternoon when they were entertained at the home o! Mrs. Louis Applebaum. Refreshments were served al the conclusion of the games in whWi Mrs. O. O. Hardaway was high scorer nnd Mrs. Applebnnm, second high. Sou Is Born A son was born lo Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Snipes ol Slkcslon. Mo., at BlythevMlc Hospital ihis morning at 11:30 o'clock. The baby, who weighed nine pounds and eleven ounces, has been named Roberts Tipton, the maiden names of tlic two grandmothers. Mrs. S:>ipra is the former Miss Martha Chambers. Royal Neighbors Hear State Supervisor Talk Mrs. Zeta Barmbari; of Hot Springs./state supervisor ol Hie Royal Neighbors, told of the sit- premo meeting of the organisation lit ROck Island, 111., this week at. a meeting of the 'local chapter yesterday afternoon at Ihc home of Mrs. Hariy Ogle. Plans for attending the state meeting to be held April 29 al Little Hock were also ditcusscd. A social hour-followed tit which time Ilic hostess served reire.li-' incuts. C*£C SUir Sc6rc» 8G I'oiuls WOONSpCKET, R. I. (UPl-Dur- ing a reguUtlou basketball game 16-year-old Uick Obicy scored 8<j points as the Globe Congregational church team defeated the Crusad- , ers 114 lo 20. He scored 36 poinls In the first, halt and 50 in the «ec- ond h.ilf. ' ' ' ' " "But what can he find to write you about, every single day 5" Ooh—things he forgot to write mo the clay before. Paste This In . Your Si Ik Topper Bits of News Mostly Personals Mrs. S. P. Martin, Miss Virginia Martin, Mrs. Bill Boyd, Mist; Fiances Little nnd Mr. mid Mrs. Joe Lltzclfelner of Columbia, Mo., will spend this afternoon in Memphis Mr. Hud Mrs. Utzclfelner and sen came here last Sunday for a visit with Dr. nnd Mrs. Martin, Mr. nnd Mrs. RO.SS Stevens, Ihelr louseguest, Mrs. A. E. Erdmarm of Columbia City, Ind., Miss Wlnl- 'red Goodrich and Miss Dorothy Goodrich spent yesterday In Mem- >hls, • ' Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Friend, Mrs. W. B. Brown nnd Ervine Osceola Society—Personal George Doyle Speaker "Good Neighbors" nnd the quali- ies Hint go lo mako u)> one were discussed by George Doyle at the •veekly luncheon meeting, of the :seeola Rotary Club this week when nine business and professional men of Kelser were guests it what was termed Kclser Day ! n the club. Other guests were Mr. Doyle, John R. Oreland of Canton, III, md Jim PIckren of Blythevilie. R. C. Bryan, W. 15. Hunt nnd E. 5. Shippen were named by prcsl- Jent H. J.i Hole as o nominating omnilltce to select n ticket of jfflcers for the club to elect on March tiventy-sixth. Mrs. Smith Hostess . Jonquils and greenery were used In decorating the entertainment corns of the A. W. Bowen home m Tuesday night when Mrs. E. R. Smith entertained the Tuesday Night Bridge Club with her sister, Vfrs. Boivcn. Highest score was made bv Mrs. Smith nnd Mrs. Fnter White. Mrs. J. L. Ward was n guest. Miss Mary Elizabeth Andersen, vho was operated on at the .telhodlst Hospital In Memphis ten lays ago for appendicitis, was able o return home Wednesday. Miss :nez Kincaid went down for her. Adolpli Wclnbcrg, who has been Wlte ill for the past several days at, his home on Pearl Strccl, is able to sit up today. Memphis visitors Wednesday were Mis. M. Rubcnslcui. Mrs. O. E. MasscnglU, Mrs, C. N. Pace. Miss Nora Pace, Mr. and Mm. E. S. Jrlver, and Mrs. C. E. Sullengcr. Ambrose Toaford, who attends iuachita College. Arkadelphin. :ame to Memphis Sunday to be .vith his mother. Mrs. E. A. Tca- ord, who is a patient at. Ihc Melh- :xllst Hospital following an opera- :lon for appendicitis. He also has ipent part, of the week here .with ois father and with his brother, Edward Teaford and Mrs. Teaford, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Scagravcs and Robert Rhodes were business /isllor.s Thursday. Miss Hortcn.se Ltiurkcs of Mem- ohls, was (he guest of Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Ma.wey for the weekend. Miss LaucXcs \\iis former office technician for Dr. Massey.. Havr llahy Daughter Mr. nnd Mrs. E. llradsliuw an the parents of a baby daughter com early Tuesday morning at ihclr home on Broadway. The babv weighing seven and 'one fourth pounds has not been named. Mr. Bradshaiv, who is connected with Ihc n. M. Moore Wholesale Grocery Company as bookkeeper, moved his family hero in Novem- bcr. They have two other children Bcijbtc, aged len. anrt Mary Ann eight years of age. * * 1 Mrs. E. s. Shippen Icll Thursday morning lor a week's visit in Cincinnati, Washington and Annapolis. Mainland. She will visit her sitter, Mrs. Kelly In Cincinnati, then a few days with Mr. nnd Mrs. George Shippen in Washington TOloic goinp on lor a visit, wllh hrr son. Joe Shlppcn. who Is a Mii.lcm ID Die U, H. Naval Preparatory School al. Annapolis Ocorec Basil Srgravts. .Jr., spent Wednesday and Thursday here on business and with Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Sogmvcs. Martha Jane Burnt was 'taken sick Wednesday night and is out of school the remainder of the week. Mr,s. Sam Dillahnnty Is ill.at'licf country home south of town this Lou. week. Gilbert Mnstin Is in bed this week with an nltnck of nrllnitis. Little BCD Talllnferra, son of Mr. and Mrs. E, L. Tnlllnfcrro, Is ill with an acute cold this week. Bruce Charles Ounlap, small sot. of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dunlayj of Ridglcy, Tennessee, is 11) with nil acute cold nl the home at his grandmother, Mrs. Tninmdgc Tongatc. Mr. and Mrs. Dunlau awl children come over for the funeral of Mrs. Sam Lynn, grandmother of Mrs. Ounlap. who died early Sunday morning. • • • » P. T. A. Elcds Ofllcers Mrs. G. Hartslll Banks was elected president of the Osceola Parent Teacher Association at their March meeting nt the high school building this week succeeding Mrs. D. S. Lancy, president for the past two years. Elected with Mrs. Bunks were Mrs. George Adams, vice-president; Mrs. Welbr Young, treasurer; Mrs. David Lee, secretory; a member of the faculty always serves as second vice-president. In the business session, conducted by Mrs. n; p. Limey, president, the executive committee reported having taken one child to Blythe- vilie Tor n tonsllectomy. and another child fitted with glosses. Mrs. A. P. Barham. chairman of the nutrition project at the grade school, reported around forty children being served hot lunches and n substantial gain In weight amone them. Miss Blanche Clcere. chairman of the Summer Round-up O f preschool children, exhibited a large certificate awarded the P. T. A, for completion of the necessary requirements in lust ycnr's campaign, Mrs. E. W. Packard gave the stib- flance or Ihc President's Message from the Parent Teacher zinc. muga- Attendance awards were won by Mrs. Thomas Limey's room in the Grade School nnd by (ho eleventh grade. In (ho program arranged by Mlfs Catherine Harwell and conducted by Mrs. G. Hiirtsill Bunks. Mrs. R. C, Bryan pave » most informative address on (he Appreciation of Art nnd short history of the development ol nrt from curliest times. "It i-s belter to educate one hundred persons lo appreciate art than to educate cue artist" said Mrs. Bryan, nnd In closing she said. "It is given to few to crcntc; lo enjoy should be the Inalienable birthright of nil." Aflcr dismissal the sixty-three members present wont to the gymnasium' to view Ihe colcction of pictures cent b.v the Colonial Art Company of Oklahoma City. -The exhibit has been In the school for Ihe past week nnd the small admission fees charged will go (o purchase pictures for the school, John !?. Miller relumed home this week from a thvce weeks stny " in East Bernard. Texas, where he wn.s called on iiccoimt of the seriousness illness ot his father. T. j. Miller of that. city. Mr.' Miller, who Is eighty-five, is unimproved. Clint Caldwell. Jr.. accompanied Mr. Miller on the trip to Texas. arc spending today In Memphis If Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. Horner nixl ' I son, Jack, nnd Miss Nannie Clarke Smith went to Wheatley last night for n visit with Mrs. Homer's and ; I Miss Smith's parents. They will 10 ,. from there to Hot Springs for the week end. Mrs. MHUm Cavcti and Mrs. He mail Carvill Jr., both' of Helena win spencl the week end here with Mrs. Cnveh'.i sister, Mrs. J. Loute Cherry, and Mr. Cherry! Among Blythevilie people in Osceola yesterday for the funeral o! C. b, Moore were: Mr. and Mrs. C. E. digger Sr., Mrs/ft. N. Hill, Mib Bernard Gooch, Mrs. Edjvln ROJ Inson, Mr. nnc) Mrs, George W. Patterson, and E. M, Terry. Mrs. M. T. Moon is spending i week in Bentonvllle, Ark., with her daughter, Mrs, W. P. Coole'y nnd fnmlly. Mrs. W. P. Lunsford .and Mr. nnd Mrs. John Porlcr will spend Simdny In Rlplcy with tlieir father. Mrs. B. H. Miller nnd dtuighteis Miss Jessie Louise, nnd Mrs. Ell?n- bcth Calvin, spent Thursday l» Memphis. Tilll Godwin, who is attending Die University of Georgia, at Atli- cns, Is spending his Easier vacation here with relatives. Mrs. B. F. Gay returned Wednesday from St. Petersburg, rin.. where she had visited her sister. Mrs. J. W. White, and Mr. White. Mrs. Murray Smart, who 'has been critically 111 nt BJyihcvme hospital, wns removed to her home yesterday afternoon. Altough greatly improved, she will be confined to her bed for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane and daughter, . Miss . Pnlricin Sliaue, have returned from n ten cl"nys' motor trip through Little KqcK. Hot Springs, nnd points of Texas nnd Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander and baby of Ridgley. Temi.. are spending the week end here with Mr. Alexander's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alexander Sr. ' Visit Leachviile And Manila On Motor Tour PARAGOULD, Ark., March 15.— Approximately 20 cars carrying members of the Pnrngould High School band nnd local business men took part In the second goodwill tour ot the Young Men's Civic club yesterday, visiting Lake City, Black i-ak. Carnway, Lcnchvtlle, Manila, Arbynt. Bucoda, Senate, Kcnnctt and Cnnhvell. At The Hospitals Mrs. J. milled. Blylhcville Ho.spii.il A. Tnshncr, city, nd- Ronnie Joe Bramion, Him I nd- nilttcd. ' ' Mrs. Ellis Snipes, Stkf.ston Mo admitted. Mary Elizabeth Glnssrock. city nrimlttcd. Mrs. Murray Smart, missed. dis- Hospital ry W. EtteLson, of Memphis, rep-! rcsenlatlvc of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, will be the guest speaker. The service Is for both men and women, After the service Mrs. Et- tclson will have an informal meet- Ing with the women. Everyone Is.invited to hear Mrs. Ellel.son's message, FIKST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and Eljlith Her. Alfred Cerpcnicr, I'asior Sunday: 9:30 a. m. Bible school. 10:40 a. in. Morning worship. Sermon by the pastor. 6:30 p. m. Training union. f:30 p. m. Eevening worship ser- vke. Sermon by the pastor. Wednesday: All-church night. 7:30 p. m. Departmental meetings. 1:30 p. m. Mid-Week services. 8:30 p. in, Choir rehearsal. 'SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1940 Socialite Smartness BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street 9:30 a. m. Bible school. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth Geo. W. Patterson, minister 8:45 a. m,, Bible school, Russell Barbara, superintendent, 11:00 a. m.. worship, communion and preaching. "Jesus of Nazareth—Redemption in Him" will be the scrpiou theme. 7:30 |j. in,, .worship and preaching. "Christian Service — Living Abundantly" will be the sermon Men, if you plan to pwado the Atlantic City boardwalk in a silk topper on Easter Sunday, lake a tip from comely Betty Avery, who here demonstrates the proper way to weai- it. Noted women's hat stylists will pick the 12 best- hatted men among Easter parad- ers. CHURCH NEWS P1I.GK1M TABEKNACM5 110 Cherry street .O. W. IJoss, pastor ' fl:45 , a.m. Sunday school. 'lil O. W. Doss, superintendent. 11:00 n.m. Morning worship. 7:IS p.m. Young People's service. ' 8:00 p.m. Evangelistic service. 1:3u p.m. Wednesday, prayer service. The pastor will preach encli evening from Monday through Friday except Tlmr.sday evening when we will meet for Ihc communion. Every member of the. church is urged to be present for each service and the public is most cordially invited. Our purpose is to deepen the spiritual life of our congregation that we may make a worthy coiUributlon (award the building up of the spiritual: life of the whole community. .'. - '•' PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH 11. J. Kliendienstl .pastor Divine worship 10'a:' : in. Sermon subject: "A Triumphal 'Procession." Sunday school 10:50 a. m. The Lutheran Hour over 170 stations. Try KLCN at 3:30 p. in. and WRKC at 4 p. m. Special reunion service at 7:30 p. m. Sermon subject: "Confessing Christ." Good Friday meditation over KLCN at 3 p. m. Special Good Friday service 7:30 p. in. Sermon subject: "The Mysteries on Calvary." The Pilgrim Guild meets after the service Friday.. .AU are cordially invited to these services. Patricia PJtirikttt, named by the 1940 crop of New York debutantes the outstanding debutante of the season, models a southern' be'uc blouse to wear with separate skirts or full-sleeved bolero suits. Ot crisp while Swiss organdy nnd Val lace, it has billowing sleeves, scii- matcrlal. buttons and black velvet ribbons at throat and wrists. : ' Osceola Pushes Drive To Boos! Church Attendance 1.AKK .STREET METHODIST CHUKCU I". M. Sweet, pastor 8:*li a.m. Church school, fverson Mortis, superintendent. 10:45 a.m. Preaching service. 6:30 p.m., Young People's meetings 'C30 p.m. Preaching by district, superintendent. Dr. li. w.- Potter. Business session of the Second Quarterly conference after preaching. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, prayer service. Mission study book. CHURCH OF CHRIST Denial] flf. Ncal, minister , Lord's Day services: ; 0:45 a.m. Bible study. 11:00 a.m. Preaching. 11:45 am. Communion. 6:30 p.m. Young People's meeting. 7:30 pjii. Preaching. Mid-\veek -services: 7:45 p.m. Wednesday. Bible study nnd song practice. 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Ladies' Bible claas. Radio service.5, KLCN. dally from 12:15 to 12:30 o'clock except aim- day from 2:30 lo 3:15 o'clock. You are cordially invited to each of our services. You will find a hearty welcome with us. CHURCH w TIIK NA7.AUUNK J. L. Woolman, pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. Bob Tyrone, superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. 6:15 run. N. V. P. 5. Ml*. Noble McCulhr, president. This group will nlso have chnrgc of tha mid week prayer meeting nest Wednesday night. A special service is being planned. 7:30 p.m. tivatigeliatic srrvicr. We cordially invite you to worship with us. Mrs. Paul Rich, Clear Lake, nd- I l.UXOUA MKTI1ODIST (HUIKCH I ASSliMliLV OF GOD CHVRCK Scvcntli anil Ash Slrocls S. A. Merrill, paslor 8:30 a.m. Radio program. 3:45 a.m. Sunday .school. 11:01) a.m. Morning worship. 11:00 a.m. Children's church. 3:00 p.m. Men's prayer meeting. 6:30 p.m. Christ Ambassador's class. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic services. Tuesday. 1:30 o'clock. Young People's meeting. Prldjy. 7:30 p.m., Bible study. ST. STKI'IIEN'S KFISCOI'AI. CHURCH [HallhcK- A. Curry, rector Morning prayer and sermon, !>:00 n. in. Church school. 10:00 a. m. Three hour service on Good Fri- CSCEOLA, Avk., Mnr. 15. _ A special visitation campaign is underway hero by a joint committee of 32 from all the churches in town in the interest of "Go To Church Sunday" on March 17; a combined Sunday school attendance g03l of COO on next Sunday: iervices by all the ministers of the :ity at the Grade and High schools each morning next week; pie- Easter revival services in each church five nights next week; a Sunrise Communion Service at the Methodist church on Easter morning preceding special services in every church, and;climax«l.wit!i a union service at the Baptist church Sunday nighlv March 24. lor the 50 members ot Ivanhoe Commandery Knights Templars arc amon» the plans laid by the Osceola MJnis- terial Alliance. The Rev. J. Murray Taylor, pastor of the Hollywood "Christian Church in Memphis, and former Christian pastor in Osceola. will be the principal speaker at (he Knight Templar service, It is announced by Lenhmond W. Williams of this city, cmmlnent commander. The Rev. L, T. Lawrence, paslor of the Presbyterian church, will use as his general theme for next week's services "Jesus' Bid For the Heart of the World," with the scr. mon topics including -A Knight On i\ Spiritual Quest"; -Qn the Mountain"; "in ih c Wilderness"•;in the Garden"; "On the Cross"; "A Harlot's Deliverance"- "Braided." The Rev. Guy Holt. Christian pastor of Memphis', will ocrupv the pulpit at (he Christian cmiror Sunclny morning. March 17. in (i»- milled. Mrs. Holmes Tlllman. Braceailo- clo, admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. (;. c. Henley, city, a daughter lust nlcht weighing eight pounds. dis- Royal Arch Masons Meet Tuesday Night There will be a special mccluig of (lie Hoyal Ai-cli xnsons, 117. Tuesday at five o'clock at the Jlnll. All degtcc.s will IK confcncd ai this lime, it was stated. The niocliiij! will t:c lollowccl by supper al the Hotel Noble. Mrs. Cecil Brown. Slcc-l missed. Mrs. II. H. LIVVSOII. Cwicr. ( ]is- Memphis BaplM ll«5.|iit-ii Miss Gracic Lee Clark, luirirli" admitted. •' Memphis Mclliotiisl Ifospii il Forrest Brock. Steclr. :u;miued. Memphis St. .Inscph's llo^pi|-ii George Salmon. I'YnK.'imari's Bayou, admitted. T\vo Mnrry for 711} MONTGOMERY, Ala. slate health rtcpartmcni 1936 Ala-bamn marriage that: Two men marrlrd seventh time, two for ti\. tune. 12 tor the llltl i'1'i _ A snn,. v O j the the touitti time. 537 lor th time and 4,76!) for Ihc M>:CI | tim c . H. K. ).. Brardcn Jr., pastor I tla >' 12M a - "1, to 3:00 p. in. Church school. 10 a.m. Mrs. Sue Brown, general superintendent. Morning ivoralilp at 11:00 a.m. The newly organized Junior Lragui: for Ihusc from eiglH lo foiirlcen n-ill meet at 5:30 o'clock. Senior League at C;30 o'clock. K,vc~ln>: worslilp nl 7::m o'clock. Ttjc paslor will .speak on "Immortality in UK- Easier .Season." Them will be woishlp .services in the church on Wednesday. Thursday and Kriday nights of next week »t 7:3Cr o'clock. On Friday nialil, the young people will present a Good Friday program.* Let us lake advantage of these services in preparation for Easter Sunday. CM.VAIIV KI'ISCOPAL CHURCH. DSCEOLA Mallhciv A. Curry, pricst-in-chargc Holy eommiinlon nnd sermon. 11 M a. m. 9IU5,nini Has -I.OOO Kggs NOHTHFlliLU. Minn. <U1>I- Foiir thousand eggs form a-.i un- iisiiHl collection in the Carleton College u\uscum. The cjgs are those of Norlli American birds and contain nil oulstanding scientific value as they possess exact identifying data for many rare specimens of birds native to tills continent. absence of the pastor, the Rev, Lester M. Bickford, who is in a revival at Elvins. Mo. : The Rev. Paul Galloway, past'or of the Methodist church,"will use as his sermon topics bsginnin? iucda'y: "The Triumphant Marcti- Ccntimied"; "Channeling Our Religion"; "What Is There In Religion"; "What Else Ts There in Religion"; "Jesus and our Homes"; "Oh, How They Lied"; "Why Was Jesus On the Cross"; and "When IK Easter". E. W. Packard wUl"bo in charge of the music at the liiglit services at the Mstho'd'is!, church. The Rev^ Harold B. Tillma'n. pastor of the Baptist church^ 'wife conduct pre-Easler" services eacv' nijht from March 17th through March 2-tth when the Rev. Clyde Hankins, pastor of the Field Street .Baptist church. Clebiirne. Texas. \vi!l begin a week's revival continuing through Mnrch 31. A Sunday school attendance goal of 700 Ins been set for E-iste'r Sunday. Attendance last Sunday was 571. ' Dr. H, C. Sims announces Ilic removal of'his office from the Lynch btiilii- ing lo I 107 Second Street Read Dcurlcr News Mant ads. TEMPLE ISUAEI, Herman Pollack, Itablii 1 p. m. Sunday school classes will meet a heir au hour .cmHer luis i week Tim icssloii will serve as n | filial rehearsal of the Purlin program whlrh will be presented next Sunday allcrnoou. ., , .., ,. ' i 'J-30 p. m. Si.slci'liood services will If automobile I ires are ,,„; kcpt he held. Kvcrvonc will note thai inllatcd to the proper ;il ., : ,. urc , hc smic( ,, ; vil , bc n w „ , m , t DowouL-,, resulting (rom br lp ,;, s in i, mlr catlm „ , , Mt!i Har . the sktovalls, arc likc-h i,, ,,.. n ,,,. . , 11, nil ' — —— — unexpectedly. licac! Culirter News Promised Land Neivs\ ml iris. tiori! A Oaiighler was Ixirn to Mr. mid Mrs. John Clou^e tliclr home on Hie read. .The.b:\by,.v.ho weighed"iiliw pounds, has been named. Deity Wednesday nt romised Land SPECIAL! 1/3 rttore for Hie Name mnntv Jolinson's Wax and Ulo-t D/I SHOUSE-HENRV HARDWARE CO. 55 EXJ'EUT BEAUTY WORK LALL 106 Appointincnl Margaret's _JBEAUTY SHOP REDUCE SENSIBLY Sircdlsli Massage, Yap. Baths Mrs." Hiilh Ii\whon Washer Need Tuning Up? JUST GIVE US A CALL FOR EXI'KRT WASHING MACHIN'K SKRVICIO —All Makes— mm 233 We have secured the.services of Mr. Phillip Frie. a factory trained Maytag Service Man. HARD AWAY APPLIANCE CO, Sf.rvlcc On All Makes Radios—Refrigerators 206 \V. Main Vhonc 233 And Lvook AI YOUR Clothes! Do they R'Hiu't (lie inuitWiilalc appear- ' ante you desire? Your suit -for exam-. pie. . . The lapels . . -. the sleeves and cufTs . . . Your shirts '. . . The collar. and front . . . These lidlc things mean Hie difference in .being•• wclf-rtrcsscrt and otherwise. We pay close -alienlion ' to (he little things. That's why dis- criminaling men insi.sf on our'service. For Expcrl.. .Lainuiry and Dry (llcaning

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