The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Division for Christian Sen ice, First Methodist church, meeting 2 30 o'clock at church Woman's Division for Christian Service, I>ike blrcet church, meet- in? i 30 o'clock at church Circle' One, Woman's "Auxiliary, 'First Presbyterian church meeting 2:§0 .o'clock w.llh Mrs.' 'Carroll Blskemore;''Tw6,' Mrs.'ri. H. Houclilns-.'Circle Three; Miss Emma Kate' Richards; Circle Pour, 'tfrs. Zal B.' Harrison,' 7;'30 p'clbck. ' Circle One, Woman's Missionary Union," Fir$t BavjUst/churcli,'meet- ing'2:30.'o'clock' with ij'rs. Bob Chiles;' Circle. 'Two, Mrs.' Kendall Berry;' Circle' Three, 'Mrs. E. P. Hdrdlh; "Circle 'Four, Mrs! H. 1-. Wade. Sr.; Circle Five, : Mrs. Floyd Simpson; Circle Six,' Mrs. Everett Re'nege'ar. "" ' ' \Voinan v s council, First Christian "church, m'e'e'flug 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. "George'W. BaVham.' " Business and 'Professional Women's 'club" inectin's 0:30 'o'clock at Hotel Noble. '' TUESDAY'S EVENTS Order o'f Eastorn 'Star meeting 7:30" o'clock at Hail. " Miss Capltola' WhiUvouii and Miss Athanel.Wlillworth entertain'-' iri^ ' Business Glris "Circle" .First Methodist cliurch, 7:30 o'clock at church. '..-'• Mrs. James H. Hill and Mrs. Charles Penn entertaining Clmrie- volx chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution, at tlie'Penh' l\bme, one o'clock. 'Mrs'. V. O," .Miller entertaining Tuesday Corirtact club. '" ' Double G cUlb mvC-iing with Miss Pajty Shane. 'Mrs: Elton \y, Kirby, having the, Tuesday Bridge clubi. lire, 'Meyer Grabcr entertaining Tuesday;. Allernodn'club. '" City .Contract! club''meeting with Mrs. ,1;. L. Hnbe.l'ip ; .' " Mjs;"Ub'yd' 'stlcKmpn having the Tuesday club. r ' \VEDNESDAY.'S EVENTS Mrs,'H. H.'Ilouchins niui Mrs. M -. P-. Usrey. entertaining' Chapter p,. P. E. p. sisterhood,' nt Mr.s,'. Houciiins''' hohici one o'cio:k. Town and cbunlry'club, meeting w;l(h Mrs.'Jtirnes B. Clark. ' ' Mrs" Farrisworlh "Black enter: tabling .\yednes_day Bridge club. Mrs. Claude."!*' Scoggfn Jr., entertaining . Ati.O Bridge club. • THURSDAY'S" EVESTS Elliott' Fletcher diaper, United Daughters of the Confederacy', meeting in science: hall nt Lu.xora. Mrs. L, E. Baker" "'' """'• a$ : Bridge club FLAPPER FANNY ';<iNot bi« eiioutfli,'.' Why, \tyy-rq swell, Chuck-now we can be snooty 4ml have liors d'oetu't-es." who lovlcweri an i\r(fclc on "Pan Aiii.crlenti ' iiigjuviiy"; 'I'erry, iy ip \Mf<} 6)\ ''Ji " " ' nation The entire discussion \vns Mun- mc(l up by George ' w. Patterson, pastor,'in a talk, J< ilcginn'liig with f on flucl Me." *l'tHj ijiGclin'** w&s dlsmisicd witii (he hymn. "Blessed Be Tho'Tic" 1111(1 Ihc" missionary benediction. . Double Fouj club meeting with Mrs'., •ThHKlore Lognn." ...... ' TJiurslay Dessert -"cluli iiieethig with Mrs. John' Fiuilkner. Mrs. L. H." Welch' having Delta Gori^ract' club. ' " '' " ' Th'iircdnj'"" Contract ohib meeting.' Mrs. O. " \y'.' SJcCiitciicn." ' " '' . ' M_r.s. W. b.'McClnrkin c'ntcrtsin- ing ''Friday. Bridge" club, ' " Elmwo^ci Cmctery association meeting' wltli Mrs. •Leslie Moore. ' ' ; SATlJ' ' ' 'EVENTS Gotlmon' "club"' having" riancc a| Americ'au" Legion Hut," 10 o'clock. Honor Kcceiil Bride Wiih" Afternoon' Parly Another iii the series of parlies being given for Mrs." Alexander Culcliff'" of Amoiy,' Miss'.^ recent Diiugliler Iloni In fr,nntr Lprnl 't'OTiplc The duujhlcr born March 19 to Mr. a^l Mrs. '\v;'s. Fowler, formerly of here and now "of San plcsto, Cj\IlCii;is (jebii niinicd Dnr- Jihy Helen. Thp baby ' wei^licd icvca ppiiiids. jta. 'Powlcr is' the ormer Miss Dorothy Sheplierd. Jliib. Ku.tertaiiis Friends Members bf'thc D. G'. S. G. club ntertained n srotip of their friends Mday nlftitiiiL the homo of Miss AEness Callls.J '•: ' The feature of the party was a wiener roast which' w ! ns followed .vith various ganics. ' Has Wlciior Koasl Members of the O. M. 'I', club nnd their dates were enlerlnindd nt a wlctier roast nl Walker Park last niaht. After wieners had been roasted, the eroim iv'eiil. | 0 Klibiiric's for jane-tug. " ' "' Arc Guesls uf Club Mrs. c. A. Calrtwe.ll and Mrs. Cluirles Crigger Jr. were RHI-MS M Mrs. H. p. Kclsey Jr. yesterday iUernoon when she cnte./.iincil members of the Friday Bridge chit) was Caldwell. sccon.-l high high BiWc Class Meets Thirteen members of the Ladies' Bible class of the , MethoilUl bride, was the afternoon 'party with a parly at her iionie Thursday at which Mrs. J. M. I Jonquils, " s p i r c a and (nil,) Slovens, Mrs. W. M.Lewis, Mr.s. W.'I brandies were arranged about the U. Howard, Mrs. Russell Grecnway. I entertaining rooms. Refreshments and- Mrs. Tom P. Martin were | ivere served nflcr the E hostesses. " ' - Mrs. Hugh whitsitt Mrs. Cutchfl was before her mar- and Mrs. riage Ea.ster, Miss War- scorc.r. reiino Brmvnlee, daiiKhi'cr" of M. P. Brpwnlee Sr, of' Dpi). She returned home today after having spent this week here with her lather and family. Sixty guests were entertained al Ihc miscellaneous shower given at the Stevens', home. Included lii this group \vere Mrs. William 'Armstrong of Hot Springs and Mrs. W. P. Hulchlns and Mrs. Bob Mc- Klimon, of Manila' i/ink', blue and 1 white were the predominant, tones in the spring decorations. Pink and blue hyacinths and bridal' wreath were arranged In bouquets "\vllii jonquils, japonica and other spring flowers Miw Christina ' Poyl'c. " presided'! over Ihc refreshment table. Cookies and. minis ln'thc'"plnlv.'blue, and! while were served with punch' from, the lace draped table 3no feite-iij were entertained from 3 30 to o 30 ocloU The gue^t. of honor Ojviitd her Riffs t \>-- ,(lie hall Her ? hosVssel \iVsenM I L 1 ''',';;™', 51 "- S|IC Blwvn - Mr.s c her lUth gifts O f cnstM Una,"nd I 7?°" i"" 1 Mr ' s ' K »">« «'illia,ns crockery nne-n and w , n bf hostesses for n,e .,ff,i r • » ' 1 ;'" ch '» <° be ill ihe Scimre Hall Large Greup Utcmls ' " lc w ' lTOo1 Supper Hnrt "Hens \ ls m * ' A large broup attended Ihc -Jim- • S<1 " l!nr " paj ^ch,ool uwj) ?r -,t m* 1Ia i] 0( j A .-.on was liorn (o Mr. ; ,im Mr ., IhC nr tchnrthi ilniKh rt nd ll-.e ' c " w - " : ' r Pole Jr.. yrslrrday af- annual mcns nl?ut V ro,u,,\ which .?,". ri "" il1 tlic llul »< 1 "I .Mi.s.'llar- [ollowed m the church Wetlneortiiy !., s I 1!ir «'ls In Trenton Tenn injhl file progum \\n arnn—d bill)J ' 1 wlto weighed bi the Woman s council of" i"h c ! '""'""' ' ' tint Chrlslmi Ciiiirch Mrs J Cecil Ix)»c »a>i nichuigc Evrard church and one vlsllor. Mr.s. j.^,,^ Hill Jr., met with Mv.s. Wyalt lien- ley last nljlu. Mrs. L. M. Uiir.-ctte .,n vc (h c devoliona) after which Mrs. c. N Ni'iil offered prayei. M ns y.^Ujp Hubler presided over Ihc "busliicBs session. Two contests were a.mUiclcd and Chinese checkers »n ; | rook Barnes played. Mrs. K. n. Williams wivs winner of both eoniest.s 'llic served a dewcri course of ice cream and cakr.. -> * « l.itvoni to tt^ Seriu- 1-UNura willbe the tncolln- place for the Klllou vieiclic,- chn'nlcr of the United Uauqhler.s of n,e confederacy Thursday ullenumn. Plans Completed For Music Festival LUXOKA. Ark.. Apr. 5.- Plans for Ihc Missls.s!|)|)| County Aly.slc Festival lo bc'iipld hero AprllM, and May 3. have' been compleled and inslriictioiis mailed to each school, according- lo Mr.s. T. L Stanford, president, of (he. Association. ' • " in the clemeutury Music Festival to be held in the gymnasium be- Binnliij; at one-thirty' o'clock, on (lie aricrnaon of April 2C, any kind of music- may lie used) Five intn- nles are allowed each school. Instrumental group members nro in- vitcd, nn excess of time will be given. Mass singing will be directed py Miss Kobbie Gownn, of Keiser ncJicarsnl will be done In t'lu-'high' £choo\ nxidltoiiimi at eleven o'clock.' Tiic high school festival, on May 3, will nlso 'feature miy kind d'l ; music with a live minute lime allotment, each school, except, where iiiiitr'imienial mtisio i s iis C (|. ' ' The junior "l>lgli divls'lpti will be held In the gymnasium "jt one- tlilvly p. iii. Muss .singing wlllbo directed by Miss Helen "creenhaw of Shawiiec. ' ' Bands will offer a number and maneuver on Ihe campus all p nV A mass concert will' follow. Senior high'singlng: will be heard in the gyiniVaslnm 'at 7::so p. m ' Ma.s.s slnginu \viil he under the direction of Mrs. Bic'kfo'rd,' of o.sce-' plu. Bits of Newt Mostly Pcaooak Jr. \V. A. IMwards Is ill of Influciua at his home. Ill Alis.soiirl nv'eiiue ' Mr. and Mrs. Cluuilq K Scbcgln r. or<: spMidlng this week end (n empliU prior to moving tlie'r'c tlie last of n'e.xt week. M\-: SroggiiV who is with qcncral Motors A^:' ccpliincc Corporatlpdi iins been transferred to Memphis where 'he will be In the 'office. Mrs.' Louise 'them tills . Mr. aiid Mrs. linsscl! Barliam, Mrs. J. Cecil Loiyo iiiui x^-s.' Bob Smith spent Tiinrsdny iii Memphis Charles G. Niorchead and George' Connell are spending tills week end lr\ Coinvay wlih (heir iiarciils! 'Thcv were acconipanled as far 'as For- ffst Citj' by Mrs. Morchca,<i. wlio will sjiend the \vcck end ivllii ti? t niolher, Mrs. T. ii. 'Lloyd'.' " ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Purnsworlii Black retnnicd last liljjlii fro " CHURCH NEWS Pastor, Bride SATURDAY, Al'lil], C, 1940 AS8KMRI.V OK (JOl) CIUIItCH , Kcvcnfli. and Ash Streets •S. A.. Merrill, 'pastor 8:30 a. m.. Radio' program. 9;45. a,, m. Sunday school. 11:00 a. m.' Morning worship 11:00 a. in. Children's church. 3:00 p. ii\. Men's prayer' mcctinij. 0:30 p. m. Christ' Ambassador's class. ' ...... 1:30 p. m/Evaiifiolistic services Tuesday,. 7:3.0 o'clock, Yoims caiilp'B meeting, 1'TMsy, 7:30 p. m., uiblc study. cez and Vicksbury, titlbs.."wherp they [lad bceii since «im'day. Tl\cy went to Ifnlplicz tor the Garden PilKdin'- BBC uiul (hen won't to Yleksbiirg 'ip visit Mr. Duck's sister! Mrs! cuiy yratt; and Dr. Jarratt, '. ' iMrs. L L. 'Ward returned to Memphis yesterday afternoon to Iw w;Uh her son, Lloyd, who is uiicler- 3pl»e -trcjvtment at the iViciliod'ist hospital there. He is' '' Mrs. Ward returned home''from Memphis Wednesday with Mrs. E. M. Terry Sr. and Mrs.. P. D. Smith'' who w-c'it dm™ lo be \vltli hliii.' ' '' Mrs. E, L. Lojgiiis nnd «' parly ol friends from Tiplonvlllc! Teiiii are vkilhig in Nntchex. Miss., and other points of the'South.' Miss Xlttry Adah Robinson, who attends Southwestern college at Memphis, .will spend the week end hprp with her (iither, Dr. Hnlcy A' Uobinson, and family, she iylll be aecompimled by' Miss Nell Brewer, Miss Martha Small and Missbnura .McGehee. al! sc'hoolmatcs at South: western. Mrs. n. L. Stocked and son, Bobby, are expected to arrive home' :h!s afternoon froni Memphis where they went yesterday. 1'ollaok, rabbi l:ao p.m. Sunday school classes will meet. :< p.m. Kervlces. U'nai 15'rltU »ay will be observed. A. r). uearniim. of WempJils. president of Oistrlct Ciiand Lodge Nuniboi- Kevin of IViia! B'rith, will be .the speaker for the occasion. A cordial 'Invitation is extended lo everyone. • ST. STIiVU£N'S .Mililliciy A. Ourry.,. pastor Church school, 10:CO a. m. Holy communion and sermon, 11:00 n. in. There win i )c a Vc5try mwllll( , Thursday night :it eight o'clock in the Rose room of the Hotel Noble. All vestrymen or" si, • Stephen's '• arc "requested lo atlend. UAl-VAHV EPISCOIMJ, CJIUHCH OS.C'EOLA Matthew A. Curry, pritsl-in-charse Ivvcnliig prayer and sermon, 7:30 o'clock. . '.(here will rjo an executive roni- mlltee meeting at 7:30 o'clock on Monday at llic home of Henry J. Patterson. ciicc nnd lieallh with Key to the'games the hostesses served n salad Scriptures,"- by Mary Baker Eddy: course and coffee, .: ' * fllati "If the disciple, is advancing splr- - • - • - Hiially, he is starving' to enter In. Ho constantly turns nivay from Glcuners Class Mcels MIK. Leon Fiippln; Monroe Aber- _,..— ...j n.i»,n ,i,ii.j tiun, iMia. u^uii rjijjiuii, Aionroo material sense, and looks towards jialhy, Mrs. K'ahih Bmils M, the Imperishable things of Spirit" " 'i-.~>-'" •-.... ~ _' ' Page 21. ('isruthersvillc Society — Personal New C'lnli I'ormi'il members'-or a new" bri sr • * - ,-. •• - - — -*-•• •-•11114, IVi 1(). \^ H E. iloohcr und 'Mrs. S. C. Slcnhnn were ' h05lC5ses to the Gleaners Class when it met Monday. nleht at the • Baptist church. Follow-In" (lie business session, n number of Apiil Fool fiainc.s were played and novelty uriaes were awarded. After t,ho niectinrj the (jronii adjoiimert to Clwllin's Drug Store for ic- freshincnt.s. «,tcrtttl U «l ge i'hib, ^ AniiouiH-emcnl 1 week of (he marr: .GVCCH pf was made (his age of Miss Mary 's city and wc.s- a . Hie hostess served moulded vcgc- i table .s:,ilsid, piincnlo cheese and j ' The Rev. and Mis. Gordon I'Jsalmonds t'ollovvlni; their wedding in St. Louis recently. chlrkcn salad sandwiches, olives, pickles an(l cookies. » t t New Aloiuliiy Nighl Chili Miss Mary Lucille DeHeigu eti- lertnlned the Now Monday Night Club nl her home 'hiesday evening with Misses Dollye and Cynthia Robinson as uucsls. Miss Be'a Jenkins won costume jewelry nnd Mrs. Ed James is reported to be resting wei; at (he Methodist Hospital in . Memphis following , m operation Tuesday morning Her sister. Miss Annie Laurie Tiplon is will) her. and Mr. James ami Mr. and Mrs. J. \v. Tiplon Sr , .. . Memphis witii Time in KLCN at 3:30 ami WREG f ( ' 11klf " s wo » cc " ll ""' ; J c »"elry and I ™'!f l 'l cr ? "'wvisiled Henat -1 p.m. for transcrihed projram "andkerclnefs for high score prize. \f ^°"- ° ! Memphis ivho s,,b- A «ir,iini im,ii, t ,-™, .„ .In 'iJ,,.:!aiid Miss Dollye Robinson receive:! ll " llc ? to ntl operation Saturday j . , ... infirnin,! 1,1,1 n,.... .— \ . I A cordial Invitation to all. Jesus ,'si.vs Luke 11, 2«. ITKST CHBISTIAN CHUKCII Miili( af Slxlli (ico. W. i'atlcrsoii, iiiinisliT 9:45 a.m., Bible school, Kussell Harham, superintendent. 11:CO a.m., worship, comniuninn nnd preuchliit'. "Tii c c.od of All" will be the sermon theme. 1::iO p.m., worship and preacli- '' be the . The ofricinl board of the church will meet Monday night at seven o'clock. We most cordially invite the public. Strangers in our city [.'.specially invited! 'We'll 'try to make you. glad you came our way. ing. -'Open Sesame'" •cimon theme." Hey. Q. S. Free Will Hql4 Ekrp n Revival The Rev, O. ,j. tvec. of Comvay. "ill begin an evaiigclisllc inecllng til the ISkron Nazarcne cliu'rch of which the Rev. ilai-old Thompson Is pastor. It was announced lodn.v Prior to Ihc opening of Ihe services, he will ,H|ieak tomorrow morn- Ing at the local First Church of Ihe Nazurciic, 'lie Rev. J. L. Woolman, pastor, has staled. Services will be. held each uiglil nt 7:33 o'clock al the t'.tron chnvch. The piislor Invilcs the public lo allcnd. ' arpole III. . - ---. .,i«i Ihc Jirr scii|iliiir from reading i , m ,» dcnlin a \iHh'Yh"iiSpi,cn' : s , thcine Mi-s Will, McCool fold ol j Woman's Th " "•' J - 1 ->". p O f J CSUS ! bccn '>«n.i«l eight lien w. To Open New Steclc Baptist Church Sunday STEEUi Mo.. April 7.~Thr otfi- cial o|)e:ilnsj ol (In- new l!;iptj s i C.'linroh which has just t,een coui- lilctect Is (o In- held tomorrow with an all dny service which will start al 9:3(1 o'clock uml will |;ij.i ihrciiuli Ihe aUcrnonn and evening .-n-rviccs Scvcial hiuuired out of lo.yii vkltors arc cxprclcd a.s well as a Inrze i^niiber from oilier i-luirclics in Sttclc. Anioaij llio.vr ivlio will liuve iari- uns parts on the day's proanim are Ihe pastor. Ihc Kcv. J. w. Cunning, ham. also the. Rev. u. s. Holies ol tlu! Slcele Melhodhl Church."uie Kcv. J. s. Compere, flayli; ihe Rev Allird Cnrponlcr. niythoviili- \t ayot ' C. l'. Howard. l-Tnnk Huffman,' ,1. Y. Huftnuin. Mrs. 3. M. M| c hic Mrs. ,1. W. Kcnp. MIS. !,«• Ycai'ct' Mrr>. Coy Joiclan, Mr;,. I lays Kmlih, Mr*. Uiii.scli l-'rakcj. ard olhir.. PKNTHAL JJCHO.OI.'' '"""• M.«t VW'f's Dairy. : ' ; '"- : The sixlli at Central wlAioi vsKed Craig';; Dairy Wednesday, •u.,,,,1, 2T| (0 sce , )wv mln . js I and botllcd. ,:n^ lenracd how cows ;nc milked, how niilk is bottled ins- luerlzcd and kept clean in n dairy. Uiursday, March -^B, Mr. shani- iUi. city sauUation oflicer, showeii Pictures and answered quwtions about dairies. He discussed the tcmnreineiita a dairy must meet before II is classed as Cirado" A Inter Hie students were shown B tiio- lion picture oh the. life of a fly and a boy who didn't brush his teeth. OLIain. I,ilivar.v Boohs. Mi,ss Alta Oarllngton. Miss Lola Nnsou ami Don Chambliu went to Osc.coju lo obtain books from IHc counly library for ihe fourth and .sixth grade students. Twenty-seven books were chosen. Nancy Holland; llbrarliin, is rr- s]ionsible tor the books lo see Hint llie.y are not misplaced and (hat yood care is taken of them. Has U.rnliil Clinic. 'the sixth grade ol Centra! school lias had a ijcnlal Clinic. As a result of each person's bcini; aikril lo .see Ihc dentist. XI out of -12 students \vcnl lo. (he dculiu. Don (Jhamb)in sniicrrise.s n check n]) on leelh each day. ,\\. uie end of six weeks, a prize is given for Ihe persons who have brushed their tcpth Iwice every day. IViiurr IW l-f.iliial. The .sixth grade of CrnlrjilM-hool has started worklny on iis part in the spring fcMlval lo be given by nil llic schools nl (lie i-iiy ;ui ( H- torium in May. Graham Wriplil of Kudbiiry sehcol lui.s been ;i.v>isliiig lhi,\ pronp with 1'iKST siETnontsx CHUHCII K. Ii. IVilliams, iia.slcir ,. 9:-15 a. m. Church school, S. K. GarreU, superintendent. There Is a class Ior every asjc.' ', 10:55 a. m. Regular m-cacli'ini; T' fervife.. The pat(or's subject will lie: "Wliy Alcti Act The.' ivny They ClIllUCll W CltSUST ^Vcsl JIain mid Highway'Gl IJcnton Jl. N'cal, IvvallgclUt Lord's day services: Bible day classes. 9:50 a.m. Preaching. 11:00 a.m. Sermon a lapel ornament for bridge. After ' lic the names a salad course and iced • c tell were served ' j Civile rlaycrs ^!ect ! The lirst meeting of the Civic Players since llieir promictlon. -.„. _ „ _.. "Cntward Bound," was held nl the subject. i'Thc use of Monev." llol "e of Miss Judith ^Ulyes Tues- Coimmuiion. 11:50 ii.m. \duy night. George Cook, president. Younij people's Bible class, 7:00 Presided over a short business p.m. ' 'meeting after which the members ] discussed thoir next plav which is Jed. bul no definite action will be made until the next meeting. c jundny. 'i:'W o'clock Do." p. in. The Young People \vill meet in their rcspcciive dep:irl- nients. . 7:30 p. m. 'J'he livening service. 'Hie pastor's subject will be, "Methodism and World Christianity." We lire always gliul to have visitors worship with us. Y. W. A. Mccls i Members of the Y. w. A. of the | Baptist church mel al Die home I'll.URIM TAllEUNACI.i: jot Mrs. J.. . Brown Monday night 110 Clicrry street j for a potliick supper. Guests were O. W. ll.Dss, p;istor IMrs. Francis Green. Miss Daphna ''.•K a. m. Sunday school. Mrs. | Johnston and Miss Mary Martin. O. W. DO.SS, superinlciulcnt. Thirteen members were present. 11:OU a. m. Muniing ivorslnp. | During llic business meetiin;, (he T:15 p. m. Young people's sen 1 -j inartcrly report was discussed., u - ' il "d a letter was read from Julia 8:00 p. m. Evangelistic service. iConnely. missionaries' danghtev ':3fl p. m.. Wcdiicsdiiy. prayer I now taking nurse's training at •wive. I Barnes Hospital in SI. i Louis. [thanking the group for an Easier | gilt they sent her. 'Miss Kltlhryn '• l.AHE .SUtliliT WlvTIIOUKST ..tJHUKCJl t'. SI. Sweet, pastor ?:lo a. ni. Ciuircii school. Iver- fon Morris, superintendenl. j'ihnipp was in charge of 'till' wain on "personal IMrity"; after which a round (able discussion was held. . 10:15 n. in. Preaching service. •< <i:3Q p. ni. YotiiiB People's meet- ! Mrnelit liridgc I'ifis. 7-10 p. m. I'rcaching service. T:'.1U p. m. Wednesday, prayer ITltST HAI'TIST ClIUKCll ',,: K'alnu! :ind Klghlli HCI-. Alfred' Catpcnlcr, jmsior Sundivy: 0:30 a. m. Uiblc school. 10:-IO a. in. Morning 'worship service. Sevnion topic—"When God Forget- 1 !." Broadcast over KLCN. ' (i:30 p, m. Trainini. Union. 1:30 p. in. Evening worship service. Sermon topic—"When Man mi'mberJi." Iliiptlsmal services. :'M p. in. The pastor 'of ihis church will bring ih c dedicatory mirage .-it, the steelc Baptist Clmre.h al Sleelc. Mo. Wednesday: 7:00 p. in. I)r.p;nhm-nUil mccf- ngs. 7:30 p. m. Mid-week services. 8:M p. m. Choir rehearsal. ! 'n an efToil to raise money for HIE purchase, of a painting for the. ncw 1'utlic library, members oi the SeMo Club sponsored a bcnelil ------ ! biidgc party at the Majestic Hotel UJNUHA MliTlHWKST ClIUKCI! Monday night. Seventeen tables K. K. L. liravdcn' Jr., : ]iastur' ! were in play. High score prices were Cliurch school at 10 a. in. Mrs. '"warded at each table, and at the fc'i:e Biown. general superintendent, close of Ihc cvcuiiiu refreshments Mornlnij worsnip ai 11 o'clock, of clierry pir a la mode and cof- Thc pa.Mor will use for his sub- fee were Mir'ved. Tlic comniilico ni ject. "Advcntiircns Religion." charge of Ihc party included' Mcs- Junior League. 5:30 o'clock. dames liurl M. Coppnge. John b'cnior Leiiguc, lj:30 o'clock. \V. White. W. O. Dysart, Noel Dean. p. Mi-Oarity will discuss im:l Chri'it." Kvniin s scn-iccr.. 7:.'(0 v,^,v t r,. The pastor will t|icnl: on: "The Bomb and The Ivory Tower" 'Buddha Pelbert Harper, Sam Gillette, Bob Mehrlc. and Misses Kay Millc:r and o'clock. Mildred Tinslr.y. i'.Al'TIST f.ill.v ••".'.'to :i. m. Biij UiKlHTIAN SC | Illi S. i ONHKAL1TY Street tc school. tKNCi; SEUVICK8 Itrmihray !!„• subject 01 Letron-Srrmim wliieh will be j rivid in all C'lniR-lu'-s raid Societies "on by Mrs. Albert Liuvson. an |of Ihe Church i if Christ.- Scicnlisl, | Ml 's. Carl Bii.ikin bridwcd an on Sunday. April 7. m-io. ) received handkerchiefs. "After tl MK.ST CHI!li('I| OK Till; NAXAKKNK -I. I.. U'ooliiKiti, pasliir :-l5 a. in. Sunday school. Bob Tyrone, Mipcrmtr-ndciH. 11 M a. in. Morm'iin worship. The !o V |'ie?i,, S ' K ' Cr ' < : V! '"S cl i ; ' t wll ° ls !"" - »™ •»iiu me mulliuiae lo begin a revival „(. Ekron .Sim- of n:olin[aiiis: in rly in the lord „"«.", r W '" b "' 1i! UlC movill "B OUr ° 1 '" is ""' «'l™lion of Israel." 101 " s - I Jeremiah :t:a;i. Text is: "Truly in - ... Milv;iiion hoped [or Irom | hill.'-, and ri-dm ihe liiullllude I Monihi.v Conlracl C'lul) Mrs. Floyd Cain. Mi's, l-'red Henley sincl Miss Mary Uicillc Dc- Hi-igu contriliiilrU to Ihc SeMo club's benefit bridge parly v.-licn Ihry held Hie regnlur meeting ot the Monday Contract, cliib at the Henley residence this week. Mr,^ O. W. Chillon was the only guest, wore |irl/c. hosiery, was Laivson, and and lie Imt was released from Tuesday night. '" . Judge T. K. cole of Pascola was in C'.inilher.svllle on business Monday. D Mrs, l-'rankie Ashcrafl and Mrs. Basil McClure. both of Cooler were visitors in (his city Monday morning. Marie News Mrs. Margie Ashmore ancl dau«l:- ter, Jean, are s|ieii(lin» tins week in Ulythuville. Mrs. j. Cummins, who lias been' HI of appendicitis, lias relnrneil lo her home from a Memphis hospital. Effic Mae Jackson spent the week end in Ulylhcvillc. : Miss Untie Enoch. Miss Freda Wilson. Charles Robinson and Cecil and [3. P. Kindle were in Kcis=r Tuesday night for the senior play. Read Vernier News uant, ads. Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM SEE" Over Joe Isaacs' Store Phone 540 Sign the New Register attheRitz Saliinlii.v, April (ith ' .\ W DOSSES 6S«N! '1* EDITH FEltOVVS • JAMES McCAUIOH Di,c,i,d b, WIUIAM McGANM O.iginol Suttn Flo'y by «„<',„, slurraar, A WARNER BROS. PICTUK r*ls« Ccnicdy i- Serial f'lintiuuous .Slum Saliirilay Sun. B:-I5 p. m. K.v p fj MB AlcCiillai', pn-Mdeni 7:30 j. m. Kiaii.'clisiir. service. We invite all who will lo worship Aimms Ihe filations wliieh comprise tlie U'ssiin-Serinnu is the f<illowiii<: dom t.hc iiiblc: "An:l liic «'<irl<| p.,s H( li away, and ubjcct B. & P. wcubTo' Elect New Officers! 0!l!cm "" ; 0 |in bet,,,: (WoniaiX A iv-H ,, V,' B ' '"' »' l nltl, U * *'' Bl ' ^ I r ,' ' " U " c " ' u cl " b ic elected and Ino serve for a yeai- In ihc and 1'iofpAsloiuiI Woman's will mrcl Mundiij- nlglil _ hy) invited, i Hasscll. Mary Lou Joiner. 1 roil[ r'n.GUi.M u'ilir-«iv cnri(ClI' Fowler. Donna Wundeiiieh. Orad y ; ,. ,. v r , i'n^ ,,,, 'r ' Magec. Charles nay. Jane Nfcli-, O !vln c wo, ,1 r r V n ^, nll() -, : olwii. IrcnW Ulomcyer, l-cgjiv Me-! ti-omi- -n,- \ , !'„ ' , i V Mnlhn. ton Calducll, Julia A,,., he She p "ml „« , SI ^ Woodson, Sltinlcy Hood, n.-liv i . lt * A ,:,.' '". " ls felKcl> ' Black. Uilly Joe!), Kmli Man- Inslruttion' '-Ii ,"''' "' nun. Joe fcpinozii. WUUi Ma"' Ti, n i ,,,i,nr', .• '"' iniinsiiiii Lutlieiiin houi each iiimlnv OuEllliiiOll. m-iiii ^i ,-| 01 nnlll April < jvcr 170 stulious. Abonl 10.000,030 of Hie 30.00;) OJJ molovisls buy new auloni(ibil?\' white Ihe others used rais lust therein, but. |,c that do.,.. C.U^KC.l ttV atll.ST li^'^^^^t., forcve,"j 0«'col.i, Ark. i 'Hio l.e.^ou-Henmm als,o iiK-lndc.s' j consrcBiitidii of tire Church 11,,- follo\vtn K passage's 'from Ihi-l nnsi in OM-i'ola melts c.icii. Ct)ri,s!i;iu « ( i<. m 'e (oxtbook ,"Sci- | s IJay in HH- JQ V theater., i _ -^- . , ; BINGO PARTY S:i:u lurMlay Niplit CATHOLIC HAW. Auxiliar.v of in with Clioslniil. All Palace S 5(Ji- afe <'niiiin; hi llic IliU; "Voini^ 'I'oni lldi.sunV "St;ir Ousl" "f.nt|irs of \Vr:i(h". HOX Y I'UIDAY '.'&, KfHiK I. fJMHll taJWUU — »MW«U1 tUK WJl'S IVTHWU I'cnirri.v k. Last Cliapler or Kit son Serial gave 'Of"i World -Barham who. Mrs. .o. o - mioi Uoylc, • for llic aftatr were ardaivay and Mr. and (i::!0 o'clock al the Hole! Noble. The emblem dinner ami business mceliug will be presided over- by Mtss Marie Hnrulsh. Mrs J. L. Nevvsoni will be in charge ol thr. prognuu [or which iho .symbols of Ihc emblem will be. pciicuil- lied. Read Courier News want ads. HKADTV \VOUK CALL 106 Arool ^ tnl Margaret's ^BEAUTY SHOP UEn.UCE ~SBNS1BLV Sivedisli Massage, Vaji. Ballu NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Stin. & Mini.."April 7 R S 't l-'dr Prompt Laundry • N .._ and Cleaning Service - . IctoM 11. ry rtcvdoj, i llto polcnlial w.iicctj. Ski,, raucor. ,-r l> inrvrnicii l,,,i. ir Irc.ilcrt In ll-liic. especially Ijy •,,,« «i.. l».:.™,t!,cr. w lr,-»i TO ,,t, j cure in»y hcissurccl. eiil or hu: l( irc<»s i . u, .i',. , . V, ' '"' * 1Ul Wilh years u r sduly. cii>criem-.c and DRS, N1ES .& NIES M»t u Blstiicvlllc, Alk. 'SM • fttiSt I 'Kill - lCV(in HOTt Abo .Vnv.s ,t r.iranuiiiiit .Vnvcllj , ' ' USTEN TO KLCN 111:00 am.'-- U; « p;ni. -^t> p.u,. ' Fhoiie Uilr 224 Phofte Uu.\

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