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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 30, 1940
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Royal Neighbors meeting 1:30 O'clock with Mrs. J. B. Foster. Woman's Auxiliary, St. Stephen's Episcopal church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. R. L, Stockelt. Woman's Division for Christian Service, Lake Street Methotllst church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Executive board. Woman's Auxiliary, First, Presbyterian church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's Missionary Union, First, Baptist church, meeting 2-.30 o'clock at church. Woman's Missionary Society, Second Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs, Guy Gcan. Baptist Training Union, First Baptist church, meeting 7:30 o'clock at church. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Delphian Fine Arts group meeting 9:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble.' Chapter N, p.E.O. Sisterhood, meeting 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. Uoyd Stlckmon. Miss Mildred Mo'ore entertaining Double G Bridge club. Tuesday Contract meeting with Mrs. John C. McHtmcy. Mrs. J. G. Trieschmann entertaining Tuesday club. Mrs. Cnrleton Smith Jr., during Tuesday Afternoon club. City Contract club meeting with Mrs, Roscoe Cmfton. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs entertaining Tuesday Bridge club. Cotillion club meeting 7:30 o'clock at Home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. lawshe. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Charles Perry entertaining BI-Montnly Luncheon club. Alto Bridge club meeting wlUi Mrs. Harold Schnee. Mrs. c. A. Cunningham having Wednesday Bridge club. Mrs. James B. Clark entertaining Town and Country club. Ladies' Aid, Temple Israel, meeting with Mrs. E. M. Jade In Os- ceoia at eight o'clock. Woman's Council, First Christian church, having annual Men Night program, 7:30 o'clock, at church. Parent Teacher 'association, Sudbury school, meeting three o'clock at school preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. T. H. Hay DCS entertaining Thursday Rook club at home of On Hand For Spring **'T r "T""iffiaa;'. i, .. ' .TJ.*^.,. .-_ -_ _. '•••*' Hats Are Only Spring Fashions Visible in Chilly Easter Parade Bits of Mostly Penooak CHURCH HEWS Mrs: Russell Parr. Mrs. Charles Alford Thursday Bridge club. having Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. Everett B. Gee. Double Four Bridge club mocL- ing with/Mrs. Ted King. Mrs.. H. A. Taylor entertaining Delta Contract club. Mrs. C. W. Oarrigan Thursday Afternoon club. having Thursday Dessert club meeting with Mrs. D. Hammock. MUlJAYc, Mrs. H. P. Kelsey Jr., entertaining Friday Bridge club. Demonstration club Has Shower for BrMe-Elcct Twenty two members surprised Miss Olive Bradbcrry with a kitchen shower at the home of her mother Mrs. Otto Bradbsrry, Thursday nf- ternoon. Miss Bradbeny will become the bride of Dan RItter of Paragould April 12. woven, navy Mrs. C. W, Ramey Is visiting her daughter, Miss Sue Romcy and two sous, diaries and Gordon Ramey, in Chicago. Miss Ramey and Clor don Ramey arc students at Chicago Art Institute while Chart's Ramey Is employed In lhat cit> Miss Elolsc Ramey, a student ii< Christian college In Columbia, Mo who had been spending her snrln* vacation hero wilh her parents' motored her mother to Chicago Monday ami went from there to Columbia, Miss Sara Jo Utlle, Miss Vli- Blnla Little. W. K. Francis and Jack o'Kcefe will go lo Memphis . tonight to sco the production of ( "Springtime for Henry" starring Edward Everett Horton at Hit- Ellis auditorium, Miss Stella Forbus is rccoverln- from an Illness of malarial fevrr at 1028 West Main. Dr. ami Mrs. J. H. Oxman returned to their home In Rosellr N. J., yesterday alter having spent | five days here with Mrs. Oxman's I parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Grcar ' and family. They were accompanied homo by Mrs. Orear who will spend two weeks with them. Mrs. Drear's sister. Mrs. J, Allen Webb of Oall Tornla, Mo., came lo spend the tw weeks here with iho family" whil she is away. The Rev. Mr. Webb . who brought her, returned ycster | day. Miss Lillian Green of Qordonvlll CHURCH OF C1IKIST Wfst Main and lliglivjy Ul l)eivl.m M. Ntal, jj V a)i K c)Jst > Lord's day services 1 Bible study classes' 9:50 a in Preaching ll;00 a. m Communion 11:50 a. m Young People's Bible class 7:00 Preaching 7:45 p m Howard Wilson, will be the speaker for both services Sunday Mid-week services: Bible study and song; practice Wednesday 1:45 p m | ^ Ladles Bible class Thursday 3 Radio services: SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1040 FLAPPER FANNY No Easter bonnet for Miss Sunny Wright, who joined the Easter parade on New York's Fifth Avenue. She wears a heavy tweed cent with (itch lop and sleeves find ,i (mod of matching MR of Paris combines palms and nnsertlps of loosely woven, ,»v,j Mte Lillian Green of oordonvllh blue mercerised cotton with white kid backs to fashion these smart) Mo., came this weekto make he spring gloves. Outside of their good looks, the duplex gloves simpmy I hom « he™. Slic Is lo be connectc the problem of how lo keep while gloves iresh looking for more ttmn half nn hour or so. the baby, who weighed seven and one half pounds, has been named Jnmes Edgar I-Iaynes. Mrs. Hayncs Is the former Miss Rheum Hargctt. .. Mr, and Mrs. J. ,|. llargett, parents of Mrs. Haynes, nnd Miss- Lon jo Hargelt, Mrs. Waynes' sister, returned yesterday from Dumas where they went Wednesday. * » * Executive Hoard Mcels Seventeen jiiDmbcrs of (lie executive board. Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church .mil : two visitors, Mrs., Frank Snw- yer and Airs. Everett 'Hencgear, met yesterday aflerifoon nl the )iome of Mri Mrs, „.. devotional, ilie subject of "which was "Prayer Is An Open Window." Prayers were offered by Mrs Harry Frllzlus and Mrs. E. B. Woodson. The work of the Union for AiirP. was discussed and planned before DID hostess served u salad pint" with coffee. To Knierlaln () u l , 0 r Town Guests n( Dinner Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham will entertain with a dinner parly tonight at (heir home In honor of three out of town guests now visiting here. Mrs. B. F,. llllen of Everni Wash., and Mrs. A. B. Cimnlnst ham - M Leslie Moore. W. W. Wntson gave '"Die Greatest Need of the Adult with Walls Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Bel Jmne went to jonesboro at noon todny t be with Mrs. James' grimdriiothci Mrs, Gillie Mack, who Is critical! - ..„ ~ - ......^.ju 1*1, tu \ji me JHUUl- ... ' •• •*« "J i>k invent Teacher" niter which Miss Pearl! , nl st " Bernard's hospital in tha Lre discussed "Abundant Living" Miss Efne Lee Terrell laid of "The Spiritual Growth of the Intermediates." Russell Biuigh is superintendent of the Sunday school. Members of the Dorcns class ol the adult department of the Sunday school served dinner to the council. city. Miss Mary Jo Buchanan an Luxora Baptists Elect Officials UIXOHA, Ark., Mnr. ' .10.—Au- noiinceincnt IMS beeu made of the following officers and teachers elected by Hie Baptist church at a business mealing this week, The Rev. Ralph I,. Douglas, pastor and Moderator. Smidiiy school superintendent. Mrs. s. J. Smith; assistant supcr- Intendent, Hilton Sttphensoiv pianist. Mrs. R. L. Houck; chorister , 7 Mrs. Hilton Btephonsoii- secretary '"" lict! hlm " s far Mrs. B. T. Ballew. ' "! wll f rc ">ey will vl! Teacliers: Men's Bible class, Hie' ' Rev. Mr. Doug Ins; Women's Bible class, Mrs. Charlie Evans; Youn» Women's Bible class, Mrs. John Thwcatt; Intermediate oirls. Mrs Miss Odessa McGlicc, students a Central college at Conway have re turned to school after having; speu their spring vacations licrc will tliclr parents. Mr. and Mrs. Join Buchanan and Mrs. Joe McGhej Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Pattol of Cenleiville, Miss., arrived las night from Hot Springs to sp*m n few days. with Mr. Patton' mother. Mrs. H. C. Patton, am family. Henry Clay Pallon, of New PQi't, accompanied them here. • Miss Nannie Clarke Smith- i spending the week end with lie parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Smith in Whcatloy. Den ton M. Neni. minister ol the Church of Christ, has gone lo Fill ion. Miss., where he wlll'Coiicliic services lonlghl, Sunday 'morning ai;d Sunday night, Mrs. Neal nnc daughter. Domra Emallne. jicci ' ;Calvhl U'nch Hilton St Iiitermcdlale Junior o . . . | " .,.,0. n. VyUm\UV, Hll' sandwiches and cakes were served Mrs - Clarence Grisliam of New l., and Mrs. A. B. Cimniii!j- """"' *>tcpncnstm; Junior Oirls. of Mcdford, Ore.. hoiisegucsU , Gilbert. Lynch; Junior Eo.vs lr. and Mrs. A. Conway, mid Mrs ' AIIn " p oscy; Primary, Mrs' me guest ts atter the gifts had been MI« Spring Scheme Used In Bridge Luncheon Spring colors of rchid and • U "»u XI. Vl^lJlU lIHU yellow dominated the floral and luncheon decorations of the partv given yesterday by Mrs. Loy Welch and Mrs. J. H. Elklns for members of Ihe Mid-Week Bridge club and other guesu at the Welch home. Honored guests at the party were Mrs. B. E. Hilen of Everett. Wash. and Mrs. A. B. Cunningham of Medford, Ore., houscgucsls of Mr and Mrs. A. Conway, and Mrs J u Hj-nson of AmotJ . Mlss h of Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Taylor. Other out of town guests were Mrs. Thomas Osbornc and Mrs H A. rurner. both of Cnruthcrsvlllc! I Tenn,. honseguest of Winnie Virgil Turner. This Is the final party in the series that have been ij'lvcn for Mrs Hllcn and Mrs. Cunningham rlni-i..r. *«,.!., _.i ., , *••»*"• . . during (heir visit lierp hey plan , , - -- • ..... -•*.., .y pa to leave Sunday when Mrs cim ningham will go to Dalllmov make licr home. * * « Has Ilriilgc Club Mrs. Dixie Crawford cards with members Bridge club yesterd -f. I. Mifflin; Beginners, Mrs. S. j. Church clerk, Mrs. J. I. Milflln- church treasurer. J. I. Mimtn; re- corriir.g treasurer, M. c. Cooke- pianist. Mrs. B. O. Wllklns far as Memphi ---, ^Isit hts brodie nml sister over the week end. '• The condition of Jnsk Watts, o Shrevcport, La., who was crllicallj Injured In an automobile acddqn Iliree months ago, b only fair. AElei i, n ,.i,., been , elc . l ,. c; , from n .•port hospital a \ve«k ago. i was necessary for him to be re- ndmlttcd. He is the son of Mrs Mabel Watts of this cily. Jfrs. H. C. Patton returned Wcd- tiesdaj' from Ultle Rock where slie had visited and attended to business. oys I L'f v ' lne ;^i..' enrevc . crsvc Jonquils In silver vases decorated I ' Tllll ' | y two when Mrs. O. O. Hardawny had I hem for a party at her home Refreshments were served aller the Barnes in which Mrs Hugh Wl.ilsitt. was high and Mr.s. Louis Apnlebiunn. low scorers, - * -3 "avr Fish Fry Truslccs: Mrs. Thomas F mid- son, s. J. Smith ami C. B Wood Officers of Woman's Missionary Sociely: Mrs, Charlie Evans, presi- dcnl,; firs', vice president. Mrs Charles Corkran; second vice pres- ««ium playctl ' Wcia> Mrs ' • lolv!1 Tliwralt; lliinl :s of l] lc Frlilay vlc " l >lc «idnu. Mrs. B. O. Wilkiiw srdny afternoon ™rre.spon(!ln B secretary. Mrs Gro' ' - ^ r c ; "fiw: secretary-treasurer. Mrs. C. B. Wood; Sunbeam loader Mrs. s, J. smith, counselor for " To Have Pie Supper At Dogwood Club House A pic Mippcr will be given at Hie Dogwood club house Tuesday nigl't. April a. under the auspices ot lhc Uouwood Home Demonstration club. Games and music under the direction of vccreational lenders Mrs. Miiivin Lane nnd Miss Mary Lilies, will entertain the quests members of ihr « ot Ihe First h wevr cntcrlniiifd last nlghl. »l. tlu- « ••- -!>• n_i » n.-)U^> nu (lie small tables at which lunch, mixed flowers in which vellowl ™ d ° rcllil1 w "e the predominant! shades was wed on Ihe dinln« (able while other bouquets of jonquils were arranged about the rooms «....»m B Tames for the games were in 'ihe I vvas "Bussed. lors «s were the ribbons and I S ' K - Ga n-ctl. Sunday fchoul a_7ie which ornameiitcri the i ^'.'^.""tendent, and Hie riev. R n Men's Bible Methodist cl ai a lish church. •>• l>. Guard. prc.-Went nf tin- flass. conducted lhc business srs- 11011 follnwlng supper, class work Professor Concludes 'Good Will' Visit i "''. U- II. Atkinson, head of Hip sycholOKy Department of Souih- «-rs ( crn in Memphis, returned there (•'Hlay afler having s,, C nl srveral 1,,?'!;,'",„ ylllt>vmp '" llu ' '"'"est lf ™roiHiig students in this col- gift pscljages. ! Willinms. rccrlvwl lllp 5corcr atno »S "'a a '«l Mrs. PYed v - - guests of \\ere abo presented gifts. Entertain Club M. iss_ Pauline uim ana Mi S3 •pastor of tbc chiirch! | 0 bc u a Eue S -t° f M 1 " :0 , M - T ' c! " ba ™ °"c EUCot, Miss Louise Ncin O f si iStahTtfi?""V f ^'° ^'v night at the Anderson home. were guests. Will .Make Plans For Costume Ball Plans for the cosluiuc I'dd April 13 will be ,,,,uic 11 , meeting of the Cotillion club T«es -fi & ,i offlccl ' 5 fi 'W todac 7-w l ° -°, ^ meml)D fs win meet ai '••'« ociock at the Jmmp nr M, »»d Mrs. William Lai™, Workers' Couinil jUaa Motillilv Mctlij, ? !c^7o U 'nc X| ,T bCrS " 0f "' C W " lk - Demonstration Club News Notes Because more Miidcnt.s trom tjlv- i tlievilic go to other colleges than j lo ncin-by Southwestern, a special program has been planned for ih'is city to interest not, only this yen's ' jcradimlesbiil, under Bfartualos and their parents. Or. Atkinson said He will return lute next month for another brief stay. Cl«l> Has The Milltgaii Ridsc Ilomr Orm- onstration club met al the i, omc of Mrs. A, M. Holt. Fourteen members were present. Refreshments were .served business had been transact™ M iv , )|Av ' pt ".. l . hc toki »° B^mes had been i 7 Council of |l, c Firsl Bi ip M H' 8r ° Up dccWccl to meet ciufch lllc »- Ttcsdsy night U h, C toe »™«'"?- ^U B' ***** SP ° kc « l s 'M* Ktcctlon Hoaid AKRON, O. cUPi-Akron Unlver- sity students are helping the conn- ty election board track down lltexnl illtd lh, n; thai political science students n .omul four cases of possible iltcpul i voting in a recent survey O l sis' Akron pu-cincl.s, SOTI Born (o Former Bljllicvlllc Couple 4 son was born to Mr.' and Mis Krnest Haynss, formerly o/ this city and now of Dumas, Ark., Wednesday at a Dumas .hospital. The Special This Week 5 room n-iidciif,-, ico foul ] o | rrke S12JO. 5125 c.vsli. Balance Sll.'O month. Thomas Land Co. H.- C. Camiibell, salesman KXPEUT BKAUTV \VOKK 106 , ll Margaret's SHOP C!U __ __ REDUCE SENSIBLY Swedish Massage, Yap. Baths Birs. Rutli Lawhon Washer Need Tuning Up? JUST GIVE US A CM l, VOll KXi'KKT WASIIINf; MACHINK SICHVicr; —All Makes— ' PHONE 233 We have secured (lie Mv,T r> «; Mr. Phillip Fde, a factory trained Maytag Service APPLIANCE CO. Service On AH Shii,. 5 Raaios—lictrigcralnrs MB w Main n nnf Sunday 2:ao o'clock. CIIUMCII OK CIIKIST Qxctola, Ark. Tile Cliurch of Christ of Oscc- pla will begh, meeting Sunday in the Joy Theatre on Highway 61. Preaching and communion 3 p in Thomas C. Wliltfield of Carulh- er.svillc preaching. 'i'lio public is cordially invited lo attend all of our services. CHHISTIAN SCIENCE SKH.VICKS IIS K. Broadway I7BALITY Is the subject of the Lesfon-Sermou which will be read m all Churches and Societies of i the Church of Chrisi. Scientist on | iundny. March 31, 18-to. ' The Goidcii'Texl Is: "Every uood COPR.ijwarNusefmcf.wc. T.M.KIG u.s.rAT.oir, iJie Goidcii'Texl Is: "Every B ood ' -•-gift and every perfect, sift is from • - ^ above, and comoih down r,™,, »,?„ i'" 8 *?**••»•" Hccogiillta, will be .v, , . ——— K( .^ No ' u ' e (l °" l want to sec you do your coin tricks—jusl your : . {... magic disappearing act." ' •:;::• ' . . '~-f 1 "-*•< v tJ'iU 1.1 LIU 111 above, and comclli down from the Father of lights, with whom is no : tfumbleiiess, neither shadow of) turning." James l:n. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is Iho following rrom the Bible- "For tiiou art great, and doest wondrous things: thou art God alone." Psalms 8S:IO. The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passage from the Christian Science textbook "Science and Health with Key lo Sue Scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddv "Spirit and all things spiritual I 289. This Easter bonnet, straight from the kitchen, stopped traffic in Fifth Avenue. It's a skillet—just a plain kitchen skillet, minus handle, tied on with ribbons and trimmed with clusters of artificial flowers. -••"«£>«* OJJil 1111(11 the real and eternal." Page A Christian Science program is broadcast next Wednesday, April 3 at 1:45 )i. m. over KLCN. ..FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Ji^in al Sixth. Gco. W. Patterson, minister 3:45 a. m., Bible school, Russell Barham, superintendent. 11:00 a. m., Communion Worship and preaching 11-00 a m. and 7:30 ,p. m. The pastor will preach at both hours Monday. 7:00 p. m'., the official board or [he church will meet We most cordially invite lhc I public. Strangers in our city cs- j penally invited. We'll try lo "make jyon glnd you came our way. ISRAEL Herman I'ullack, Rabbi 1:31) p. m. Sunday school classes will meet. 3 p. m. Services. Sermon theme :"Reccnl Developments In Palestine," will refer to the historical forces shaping Palestine, its pres: em position in international affairs, and Ihe significance of Great Britain's new policy. Informative data on Palestine gathered by David Popper for the Foreign Policy a.ssociation will be presented In (he course of Hie discussion. Everyone is welcome to attend Ladies' Aid and B'nai B'rith will meet Wednesday nighl, April 3, instead of Wednesday night. April 1C, originally .scheduled. re""" "' , 1 !>ervlcc C:45 p.m. The Young People will meet in their respective departments. 7:30 p.m. At the evening service A Boy Will Be Offered For Sale. This service is especially for young people, but ii is a service which ought to interest all ages. ri],GKlM LUTHERAN C'HUKCH II. .1. Klfiniliensl, pastor . Divine worship 0:45 a.m. Sermon subject: "What. Thomas Missed!" Sunday school IOM5 a.m. Let's return all mite-boxes! The Lutheran Hour each Sunday U:30 over KLCN, 4 p.m. over WREC. Those who listen in to the WREC broadcast tomorrow and . who write in. will receive a special I remembrance of this broadcast, a 32-page booklet entitled "Heaven." Where is heaven? Who heaven? Will we recognize meeting of the Junior League lit..," 5:00 p.m., in Ihe basement ot tile church (ages 9-13). ;,' ,',, Senior league at 0:30 p.m. The, A ,l. .series on "Keligions of the World'^ ".'_ will be continued with a discussioij',- of Mohammedanism by Hob Ware.',,. Evening services at 7:30 o'clock. ^ ST. STEPHEN'S ErJSCOPAI/.."' t!IIUK€It . Matthew A. Curry, rector ;.-.-, Church school at 10:1)0 a.m. Morning prayer and sermon, 11:00- • a.m. Theme, "After Easter, What!" Plans have been completed for n.;-:, regular service at 11.00 a.m. at 3l, ; ,, Stephen's church. On the third and •" fifth Sundays a Lay Leader will:::: take the place of ths; Rev. Mr.-.:.; Currv. , ., fur corts completely covered spring suits and ensembles in the Easter pa'ado. Consequently, hats were highlighted as newer .before. Above. Miss Lucilc La- Man- of New York has on a fell creation — slightly military in feeling. At The Hospitals ni.vtlievillr. llnsiiiliil Mrs. Bob fierce, Cnrutlicrsvillc, admitted. Walls lUisiiilal Wade Reeves Jv.. city, admitted. iMcmrhi-, l!;iplisl Hospital' Mrs. Henry Wcylmnt, Osceolii, idiiiiiicd. Mrs. .Hir Kobrrls. city. ;1 ,imil,- crt. Waller Kmnimi'l Jr Osccoki ;nl- nltlcd. Billy Jrnn Ilollowrll. Luxora. ;ul- lillcd. Dolla shipprn. Osccola. admil- eri. John Auten. rily. admitted. Mrmphis ^Icthoilisl Hospital Born to M r . S uA Mrs. R. L.j Vailing. Dyess. a daughter. I MUST IJAl'TIST CHOUCII Walnut and t'ighth Alfred Carpenter. piiMor Sunday: •1:30 n.m. Bible school. 10:-IO a.m. Worship service Scr- A. Whit Icy of .. mon-tlic Rev. p. Manila. 6:30 p.m. Triiining Union. 7:30 p.m. Worship service. Sermon— lhc Rev. Milton Graham of Melbourne. Wednesday: 7:00 p.m. Dcparlmcnliil niec V:30 p.m. Mid-week services 8:30 p.m. Clioir rehearsal. You are cordially invited to allcnd the services uf this church. CAl.VAUY OSCKOI.A JIalthcn- A. Curry, prirsl-iij-cl.:irgr A1 ° nli "e Prayer and sermoii. i WIHKCH is in - n friends , in heaven? These and olher ques- I tiotis will be answered ift this free booklet. A cordial welcome lo all visitors. "We preach a changeless Christ for a changing world." • • BAPTIST CHAl'KI, I-ily Street 0.30 a.m. Bible school. I.AKU STREET METHODIST CHURCH F. M. Sweet, pastor fl:45 a.m. Church school. Iverson Morris, superintendent. 10:45 a.m. Preaching service. 0:30 p.m. Young Peoples meetings. 7:30 p.m. Preaching .service. 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. Board of Stewards meeting. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, praycv service and mission study. ASSEMBLY OF OOI> Seventh anil Ash streets S. A. Merrill, pastor 8:30 a.m. Radio program. 3:45 a.m. Sunday school. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship, 3:00 p.m. Men's prayer meeting. 6:30 p.m. Christ Ambassador's claw. 7.-30 p.m. Evangelistic services Tuesday. 7:35 p.m., Young peoples meeting. Friday. 7:.W p.m., Hil,l, ; . s (,,,i y FIRST FtlKSRVTKIHAN CHURCH James A. Ovcrliolscr, minister Church school fl:45 a.m. .Morning worship ir.OO ajn riieme, "The Ancient Ail ol M-.ik- Ing Kxcuses." Voung People's meeting G:3o pm Evening worship 1:30 p.m. Theme " Hie Struggle of Self Against Ood- Midwcek service Wednesday I'M p.m. Choir practice Wednesday 8:15 M'MMtA METHODIST C1HJKCH R- K. U Itairtlcii Jr., p; Us t or ChniT.h school at, 10 sun M rs bm crown, general superintendent At-the morning hour, we will allcnd the Baptist church service of wor- L 1 '!',.' 1 ! ° r(1 ": lllat members or the FH1ST CHURCH OF THE -"NAZARENE -' ; J. L. Woolman, p.tstnr ""• 9M5 a.m. Sunday school. Bob'""" ! Tyrone, superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. 6:30 p.m. N. y. p. s, Mrs. Noble ' McCullar, president, 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic service. ..We would be gjijrt; lo have all ' who will to wprslii'p' ,witlr, us' m these services. • ( _",.,,- . .., ' The flour in (he wedding cake .". of gypsies is mixed with blood" . ' taken from the wrists of the bride""' and bridegroom. ' " Read Courier Nevr;, uant ads Sign the New Register " " at the Ritz •'- "Gone With The Wind" MaHnres at 10 a.m. & Z:00 p.iiiV Xiglit Sliniv 8:00 p.m. ROX Y MATINKE EVKFV DAY THIS WEEK Safurday, M;ircli ;il) The "Gruen Hornet" ft son" serial "Kit Cur- :u-Ajml l Continuous siiow Saturday Also Comedy K I Garrctt. .superintendent. 10:55 a.m. Regular prcachiri service. This service will be brimd- over KLCN. The pastor will speak on "The Importance o! Mak- Special Sunday Dinner Lunch 35<- (;r f)0c. Yotnii? Turkoy. Cranberry it'd SpriiiK Chicken, u la Miirylsind and oilier clioice ontrecs PALACE CAFE K . | Mic Rev. Ralph There wilt bo 3.13 . , MOW SHOWING THRU allre GONE WITH THE WIND Mail Orders Now Accented on Sale at Hoy w , , . 1.12 incl. h.x day Mat. (5s p.m.) all scats reserved 'l.| 2 incl. tax \\ cekday Mats. Continuous. Not reserved 75c inci tax RITZ THEATRE Blytheville

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