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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 13, 1940
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PAGE TWO J^g^gj^LgJARK.) COURIER NEWS President Of B. & P.W. Club Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Circle One, Woman's Division for Chrlstitn Service, First Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Fred Warren; Circle Two. Mrs. Carles L. Wylie; Circle Three, Mrs. .W. M. Taylor, Circle Four, Mrs. C, C. Lanzston. Woman's Division for Christian Service, Lake Street Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's Missionary society, Second Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's Auxiliary, St. Stephen's Episcopal church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. J. D. McDowell. Woman's Council, First Christian church, meeting with Mrs. C. V. Sebaugh, 2:30 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Union, Second Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbs- terlan church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Sisterhood o[ Temple Israel meetlnj eight o'clock with Mrs. M NIckol of Osceola. Miss Margaret Shaver entertaining' Double O club. City Contract club meeting with Mrs. N.' M. SeiiEcnbnuBh In Slkes- ton. "Mrs. B. F. Potter having Tucs day Contract club. Mrs, Don Smith entertaining Tuesday Afternoon club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. John Thomas Scnnlon entertaining ADC Bridge club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. T. H. Haynes entertaining Thursday nook club nt home of Mrs. Russell B'arr. ;.Mrs. Everett. B. Gee having Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Contract cuib meeting •vlth Mrs. Carroll' Blakemore. j Mrs. Tom Bratlsher entertaining Thursday Dessert club at Rustic Inn. Mrs. Ralph Berryitmn having Thursday Bridge club. Mid-Week' Bridge club meeting with Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Double Four Bridge club meet- in EWith Mrs. Raymond Smith. Interpret Club Emblem Bite of New» Mostly PetHMk Tlie Business ami Professional Women's club emblem was intercepted In a special program at Hotel Noble Monday night by the members shown _ln (lie above picture. Front row, left: Miss Ada Bpyd, the open scroll of learning; right: Mrs. Ben Mays, the. ship o[ commerce. Bock row, left: Miss Glcnda Morris, (lie winged victory of Samolhrace; middle, Mrs.; Audrcancll Freeman, the naming torch or wisdom; right: Miss Louise Simon, tlie winged wand ot the herald. fliss Bradberry Wed To t Dan Killer " The wedding of Miss Olive Brnd- berry and Dan Rltter, of Paragould, solemnized yesterday afternoon/at two o'clock at (he country home, of the bride's mother, Mrs. Otto Bradberry, south ' of' Roseland. The Hev. B. G. Hope, minister of the Church of Christ of Parngould, read the service before an improvised altar of palms, ferns nnd baskets of gladioli In the living room. A spring atmosphere dominated the .other wedding decorations. Bouquets of calceolaria, Jonquils, narcissuses and gladioli were arranged throughout the home. Mrs. J. C. Buchanan was Ihe bride's only attendant. Franklm Peters,.of Paragould, wns Mr. Hitter's best man." The bride, who was given in marriage by her mother, was dressed in a navy blue tailored suit with which she wore a white clnl- fon blouse with shirred neckline and blue and white accessories. Her corsage was of gardenias. Her mother Wore n black crepe ensemble designed with a ivhlie trim. Black accessories and a corsage of white roses and sweet peas completed her costume. Mrs. Buchanan was dressed in a black tailored suit accented with white eyelet embroidery lapels nncl a corsage of sweet peas in Ihe pastel shades. Only members ot tlie families were invited. Included In the out of town guests present were Mr. Hitter's molhcr, Mrs. P. C. Hitter of Parngould, and his sister. Miss Preston Rltter, of Little Rock. Tlie thirty guests were entertained at a wedding reception following the ceremony. A threo tier white wedding cake decorated in pink nnd yellow nnti surmounted by the miniature figures of n bride nnd bridegroom was used iu th<center of the lace draped table I with prayer by Mrs. Clyde Cameron. Mrs. O. A. Dunlvnn gave, the lesson from the study book, "Our Island Kingdom." Japan nnd Ihe people of that country were studied 1 . Prayers were offered by Mrs. 'Vilsie Taylor and Mrs. J. L. Wool- mull. After Mrs. Alexander had been presented her gifts, she served rc- .reshmeiits ^to her guests. Class lias Party The Fidelis Sunday school class of the First Baptist church met at the church last night for a Dutch supper. Nine members and one visitor, Mrs. Jake Thrailklll, of Osceola, attended (he .supper. Mrs. T. R. 3li!»hcrd Is teacher nnrt Mrs. J. w. Auten is president of the class. Have Ctoss Meeting Nine memjcrs of the Dorcas Sunday school class of the First Baptist church nnd une visitor, Mrs. Altrcd Carpenter, were entertained cy Mrs. J. D. Atkins and Mrs. T. L. Cassidy at tlie church yestcr- d.iv afternoon. 'Jhp. devotional from the sixth chapter of Matthew was given bv Miss Cordelia Wilhltc. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Carpenter. After the business session pra- olricd over by Mj w Wilhite. Ihe class presented Mrs. T. If. Hnyncs will) a gift in appreciation for the work she has done tor the class, ihe has served as secretary of the group for 15 years. Ralph Berrymnn, second vice president; Mrs. John F. Rclnmlllcr. secretary; Mrs. Kendall Berry, treasurer; Mis. W. S. Johnston, assistant treasurer; Mrs. J. B.- Patterson, corresponding secretary, Mrs. E. M. Terrj-. Sr.; Federation secretary; Mrs. V. G. Holland, registrar; Miss Cora Lee Coieinanj new member of Board of Tnistees. • Mrs. C. E, Crigger Sr., 'snd Mrs. Lee rc'uorlcd on the Forrest Oily district convention held recently lii Helena, nnd Mrs. E. F. Blotncyer nnd Mrs. Lee, discussed the state convention In Pine Bluff which tiiev at tended. Mrs. Vance Entertains The Hustle Inn was Ihe setting for a spring party given Wednesday nftcrnon when Mrs. Arthur Vnnce entertained 24 guests at bridge. Mrs. Frank Tomllnson of New Orleans, house guest ol Mrs. s. P. Crnlton, wns an out of (own visitor. The games were played against a background of apple blossoms fon>ythln, tulips, Jonquils nnd narcissuses. Mrs. L. S. Benish received high score prize and Mrs. Raymond Schmuck, second high prize. The cut prize wns presented Mrs. Rupert Craftou. The hostess also gave Mrs. Tomllnson n gift. At the conclusion of the bridge games, a dessert course was served. Mr.s. J. w. Auten returned yesterday from Memphis where she has been with Mr. Auten, who Is seriously 111 In the BaplUl hospital Mr. Auten was resting well when she left, having undergone an on- eintlon yesterday, Nancy Burr, of Osceola, Is spending the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M, T. Burr Mr. and Mrs. Louis p. Maim ami two daughters, Marlhn ami Mary, of Newport, are spending (he week end here with Mr. Mann's sister Mrs, B. A, Lynch, and family. Mr.' Mann is iv former teacher and nth letlc conch of the city high school Mrs. W. S. Langdon Is ill a t her home oti Highway 01, south of the clly. . . Ur. nnd Mrs. p. D. Smith have gone to I-'ort Smith where Dr Smith will attend the annual meeting of tlie State Medical society They will return Thursday, s. H. G. Partlow, Mri Miss darn Ruble, mcmbtrs of the CHURCH NEWS nnd the Lord shall raise him up; if he have committed sins, they slinil ••---• 5:15. _SATUBDAY,_APB1L 13,' 1MO CHimciI OF CHRIST West Main and Hlshwav 01 ncntoii M. Neal, evangelist Lords Day services: BIWe study classes, fl-50 aJil Preaching ii;oa a . nli - _ «--...i,j, vv \-vi onio, LtAVj be forgiven him." James niccl In llieir mcnls. rtepecllve depart- 1:30 p. in. The evenly service. !l ) ' ' ' I.IVM.UJJ survive. Superintendent, Dr. ' The L^on-Sermon „!« Intiude. i." VPotter, ^KS' »ie following pnssagcs from the bring the menage J °" cslwo ' onrlsttan actence textbook, "Scl- Visitors arc alwavs «'*!,.„•„„ »„ Mice and Health with Key to the worship with usi CO "' C '° Scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy: . "Thj> nransix *i,_ j _._/•„ ji_. 1 Preaching, 7:45 p.m. Mid-week services: Bible studj' and Mng p rttc tice Wednesday, 7:45 pm Ladies' Bible class. Thursday, three p.m. Radio services: Daily (except Sunday) 12:13 oclcek. Sunday, 2:30 o'clock. KIltST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Slain at Sixth f'ff. W. I'allerson, Minister 9:45 n.m., Bible school, Russell Earham, superintendent. 11:00 a.m., worship, communion «»d preaching. "Diligent In Business" will be the sermon theme. '':30 p.m., worship nnd prench- Ing. "The Loneliness of Christ" will be I ho sermon theme. We most cordially Invite Ihe public. Stringers in our city especially Invited. We'll try to make you giatl you came our way. . . u . u ,,*.,,., Bl m iviia. ^j, £), Bcnlsh will attend n bridge party being' given in-caruthersville inisi., , -,, , afternoon by Mrs. Peck. Haytai >' g Visiting Day .1110 Mrs. Norbei't Spaulding;. Mrs. G..W. Dillanunty, Mrs. D. C. McLean, Mrs. O. p. Barber and , . . Miss jenny wren Dlllahunty spent :8t " ne5 \ u yesterciay in Mempms. Tnev were , , ' Jl Wcdncs[|a y ST. Church school. 10:00 a.m. Mcrnlng prayer and sermon, 11 •~i b . 5 Lj t \) at the Cot- n.ui. ton Branch Experiment Station. The Vestry meeting hns been The program was centered on a postponed . lo Thursday, at eight study or .soil building Winter Ic- o'clock, In Ihe Rose room of the Hotel Noble. A Christian Science program will be broadcast next Wednesday, April 17, at 1:45 p. m. over KLCN. ASSEMBLY OK 001) CHURCH Seventh and Ash 6lre«ts S. ,\. Merrill, pastor 8:30 a. m. lladlo program. 9:13 a. m. Sunday school. 11:00 a. m. Moraine worship. 11:00 a. m. Children's church. 3:00 p. m. Men's prayer meet- Ing. 8:30 p. m. Christ Ambassador's class. The public is cordially invited. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZAKENK J. L. VVoolman, pastor 9:45 a.m. Fiunday school. Bob t Tyrone, superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship ,, 8 ;, 43 ,, p ' m ' N - y - p - S. Mrs. Noble ' McCulJnr, president. 7:45 p.m. Evening worship We Invlie all who will to worship-' i with us. • Tuesday, 7:30 "o'clock, Young People's meeting. Friday, 7:39 o'clock, Bible study. , ! To , Choir As Osceola. c ^^ al > reuirned i™m the Bapllsl accompanied home by George Oil- Wcdncs[|a y nl&ht from the Bapllsl lahuuty Jr., student, at Murclock I " ospllal '" Memphis where he has cotton'School, wno will spend ihe ' f ™ " l?!Ulent fo1 ' " le I 135 ' "'" week end here ""-days. He will be forced lo remain Mire. Frank 'ijatim, of Memphis at M 01 ™ f°r a few clays. .s spenam.; a lew days here vu n >, Mr8 ' E" m=tt Wilscn is iM at hcr ^brother. , D.McDowe,l, nndj 1 ^^-^^^^ 1 pastor of the Baptist church, drove 1'H.GRIM . LUTHERAN CHURCH H. J. Kleindienst, pastnr Divine service 9:45 .a.m. .Sermon subject: "From Sorrow to Joy." Sunday school 10:43 a.m. Laymen's district , meeting at Ltife, Ark., at- 2 p.m. The Lutheran Hour over Mu- organizatlon of lion In the church. Mrs. Arthur Nelson of Painpn. rteilmiith, who was 'in 1 the i>coti j and White Sanitarium 1 nt Temple. iex.. and Mrs. E. B. Wilson nt Methodist hospitnl in Houston. She visited IILT motnci Brown nt Belleville, i Mrs: Raymond H. Bennett and' son, Raymond Jr., of Bnrtled; Tenn., nnd.Mrs. W. D. Klk-ke 'di - - - — -• "-~ Memphis were the overnignt guests mtlsic . '" . a rcvivnl in the Baptist . Mrs w s • Tcsa - 5 - a!ltl daughter, joe Nan, are llerc for n visit with her p.ircnts. Brotherhcoil j dny 7:30 "urn Services foi 7:30 p.m. Ihe deal Monday No evening service tomorrow. .-_. , A cordial welcome lo all. "We -. and Mrs. A. L. Boycc. .She will preach Christ and Him Crucified." join Mr. Nelson in camtlen on April 22 where he will conduct the guss of .friends'lierc, Mrs. Bennett and churc!l of that city. Mrs.' KllnkB were guests of Dr. aiid Mr ' nntl Mrs - °- B - Segravcs TEMPLE ISRAEL Herman Pollack, raiibi 1:30 p.m. Sunday s'chcol classes . , .- - - o-.. u .o „. ^.. „„„ — - ~-= , wm » ot ™«l. Regular schedule AlVjs. li. A. Taylor, wntle Raymond S!>2nl ' " l| -ee cinys this week in Pine ' will ba resumed on Sunday "after- .Jrl visited Harry Haines Jr. •> Blll[t on business, returning' by • noon. April' 21: > .'. Mrs. Mollie Montgomery oi Mdt- Wil5 ' 0( L " tlc Ro=k for a siiort! 3 p.m. Congregational services ble Hill, MO,, was'brought here in vl ^ t vvlth ""'" ~ " a lOMi Hiiibulniice to ino home of Sc eravcs Jr. her daughter, Mrs. L. K. Ashcraft, .unrt Mr. Asncrait. She will be with them until she recovers from her Illness. Mrs. O. W. AHIlok and daughter. Miss.Mary Jean, nricl son, Chai-14's'. —. u.i. i. iv, ivwi.iv i\ii u MIUI (. • " --/un^i y£UV»VJlJilL J)V1 Vl\.t with their son, George Basil i will be held in Kennett at the Ma . ivcs Jr. ' ionic Halt. Sermon topic: "A Ren- MLss Edna /lyres is ill at lier-tevous With Spring." home west of town. Everyone Is welcome to attend. Mrs. H. V. Madden and Mrs. C, i I. Sullenger are In Memphis to; ' C ' w - Joiles of Co.-.way lias FIUST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and Eighth Kcv. Alfred Carpenter, pastor Sunday: 3:30 a.m. Bible school. 10:40 a.m.. Morning worship service. Pastor's topic, "When God Speaks to Mnn." Brondcast over KI-CN. 6:30 p.m. Baptist Training Un- this morning. Sinirino ng; ' n 8 ToMeet Near Dell at Campbell's clinic ' '— — """' """ irii 'i. >^- ^i. i\en, James Roy, who hris been il] of is '" nt thctr Ilomc with thc John mumps for,several dnys, was re- H ' Malcrs on Elizabeth street. _. moved to the Blythevillc hospital , /°l A "> lll;billl »'- accompanied by, Ion, "•'• ' his brother, Louis Applebnum of I 1:30 p.m. Evening worship ser! Blylheville. spc-i (he weekend with j vice. Pastor's sermon topic: "When I (heir mother. Mrs. Annie Apple-i Man Answers God." , bourn Iu Yn?co Cily, Miss. I Wednesday: Judge S. L. GJadish nnd Mrs. j 7:80 p.m., Departmental meet- Glndisli. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cox. j ings: and Mr. mut Mrs. w. C. Mason! T-W p.m. Mid-week services, played caids with (he Or.ccola- 8:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal. 0-_- ( p l Luxorn-Blylhcvilto Night Bridge | ISAI'TIST CHAPEL, Lily Strccl ljoc ' et y r erSOnal club in the home of Mrs. Russell I Sunday, 0:30 a.m. Bible school. Bouren at Luxora Tuesday cljht. Mrs. W. w. Prewttt. district director ol Parent Teacher Assorin- llons in northeast Arkansas, ac- I'hn Dunce Friday, Apr, last night at became new church, three miles I s0 "" 1 of Dc ». Sunday, It was an- ie IIH-C to mr^iM llisc " 5 fP l! ' ,' rhC st(! '- ll "B"luwVe'r < "ol" Mem- he home of Co!! 0 the 5 ) • b ° 8 " Cht 1Mrformcrs ' °" ,„„. M.iv S iiret''lenTli"S^ " 1C W ^ K ^^ :rs of the i Osceok Y —Personal tMrs. tiladish Hostess Mrs. S. L. Oladtsh wa.s hostess led by Mrs. O. Hartsill group. Fourteen w«e present for 1 D._ p , v Cl the meeting. j Ben rranklm More "'" ""'""""wS rakc ! Em ployes Banquet Guests ------ ' " ••"•"ton i_vin|jnujL-u IJJ AiTS \J~ liBrlSUL to the monthly meeting of the Banks were in Marked Tree Tucs- Mo mlay Night supper club iu her day afternoon where Mrs. Banks suburban homo Monday night with was the priHdnai .speaker lo the six B u«ts playing with the club, l Marked Tree nwonatlon The. 18 women met at seven o'clock I Mrs. F, p. Jacobs and' Mrs. John < W- £ <lri '«ton are iu Helena today for the Phillips county Federation of Women's Clubs. Liltlc Bllllp .Slilppcii. sou of Air. and Mis. Herbert Shlppcn. Is ill at his home with cold unrt a touch of- flu. Mrs. KcbiTt c. Humiier .wcneir home in Paragould where Mr. nittor is conhectecl with the Elv Walker brj- Goo^s company !'l"b Chooses N^mc Friday Contract club is tlie name chosen by elRht J)]ytliovl|t n womell wtio have ben playing bridge- to- sc.hcr each Friday afternoon for To Participate In i 50 " 11 vv "!; s ' May Diy.Cclcbr.ilioiis L club u ' a;i rnterlaiued ycslcr- Huleh Wimams, student at Hen-1 hnL' 1 !'^'- 00 ' 1 :U " lr co ""tO' drlx cpllege Conway. will escort | j"" c S ,,,,'"., C ' R ' "' r ° lci1 ' Mvs ' M^s Virginia Rice of North LiUIr c nri no n "."""'• o—i. —.^ -- . . . 1'iuiL | spring flowers dcrornted the cn- I . • .•* ° f MlP " r " r Mill Ittois will be CiUcrtnincd tomorrow ; "l n bantitiet at ihe Hotel peabocly | m Memphis M-hich is belli? given by Bitllcr .Brothers. Celwcen ten and twelve will go clown for the party. e Rock, maid of honor In the court oi nencinx college May Queen nlnvdrt \t« n v " nsi1 Mobel' Martin .'of Batev lie, To He"ved hleh irm " : " S ' ''"^ fetMlle- of the lolni M«;. ,\," T .f. d '".? h SCO!C in™. fetMlle- of (he joint May Day- Mother's Day celebration to be held on tlte Hendrix caiilpus on .May \\ Wllllann, son ; of Die Kcv otid Mrs E D Williams, is a junior at Hendrlx this ycar.'Hc is a member e en Urtainlng rooms where bride,- w« AUM- the gamt's |;o<i been plsv- coursf "° MC " ;Cr " rt a *"«« IVomaii's Cluh Llrfts Officers LOCK HAVEN. Pa. (UPl-Ainong the most prized possessions of •fohu K. Keller of Flemlnglon are l«'o large stiver coir.s or "trade fiollnrs" minted In 1877 and 1878. One of the colii.1 belonged !o Keller's lather who made it Into a pocket piece because the date mark coincided with Keller's birth, and of the men's Inltia- lioii committee. • . . ..- Mrs. Alexander Mrs O*ar Alexander was honor - cd with A "handkerchief shower Thursday aftcrnodn when she entertained members of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society of Ihe First Church of the Nazavene at her hoinp In the Half Moon community Mrs J. S Fisher gave the devotional nfter the meeting opened in t (lie club hoiiv ' she "Miiieclion with ' (},„ -emeiit of Uu- unicriil m the music club ; , ml ounc«t leaders for the year. Mrs Kleincticnst i.s chnlrmnn ol PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best {'rices Kirby Drug Stores the long table was centered with yellow roses. In tho. bridge games Mrs. c. A. Davis was high scorer to win hose nnd Mrs. W. W. Preivltt and Mrs. Sum Coble bolii were given curds for second high and consolation I award. The uucslji were Mrs. n. K p fr , kins. Mre. T. p. Perkins. Mrs p , j P..Jacobs. Mrs. U W. Wallers. Miss' (Catherine Hnrwell nnd Mrs. c A j Davis. Miss Harwell as honor gur.rt j wiis presented B corsage of piiik icarrntlons with Iniic'ne.s of blur I . , , ' »0j- E. Daivson. .supcrintcudriH 1 of clly schools. Is 111 this week with ! Mr. ami Mrs. B. ,S. Driver ,iml daughter. Flavin Driver, wilt » 0 lo Memphis Snturdny. They \.\\\ be arcompanied by her brother. v-,m Harris, who hns been n gu^l the Driver home lor six week's" Mr.'HnrrU is relur;:in ; ( 0 Vrtrr- '< nns'Jtospltal In Meuipli'lt (or |.,.,, i infill.' ' ! ! E. H. Burnt. O., Hurtslll Uinks • hind'Miss Inez Klncaid drove in Mnriarinn Tttcfdny lor thr : ,r m inl CHRISTIAN SCIKNCK SERVICES 11G S. IJroariH-ay SIN. DISEASE, ARB AND DEATH REAL? is Ihe subject of Ihe Lesson-Sermon which will bo read In all Churencs mid Societies of (lie Church ot Christ. Scientist, en Sunday. April 14. 1940. Tlio Golden Text Is: "Tlie Lord is our judge, the Lord Is our lawgiver, the Lord is our kins; he will save us." Isaiah 33.22. Among liie citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is tho following from the Bible: "And the imiyci of faith shnll save the sick. . her home n n Hale Avenue, At The Hospitals J. H. Ltoyd, city, admitted. fay Brewer. Number Nine, clls- inliscrt. IH.vllicvillc Htispil.'il JiuncK HUT. rity, attmltled. | Edna Whittle, city, admitted. James Korncr. M:in!la, dismissed. Mcmjihi.v liapiisi Hospital ' Mrs, John Holjcrl.s. Holland, admitted. group. shr> will ur nsvi^ c , J. P. J-'riciid. vie- diain Mrs. J. Moll Brocks Jr > Other olllccrs ot n', c club arc as follows: Mr s ( If.e. first vice iirestd'er by its H. J. Una Mrs. Sdicral Mrs. Try One or 'Our Delicious PIG SANDWICHES Ole Hickory Inn NU-WA Laundry-Gleaners Phone 180 For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning gen-ice IX USBI) Ice ioxes Kcfmill iiiul Cnaranlcetl Electric Refrigerators •ati APPLIANCE CO. Strvlrr r,,, ,\ll Jl For Best Results In Baking — Use Shibley's Best CHURCH - _.-., pastor Church school nt 10 n. m. The children's department will meet at 0:« o'clock. Morning worship at .n o'clock. Compnssinn." Junior League will meet at 5:30 o'clock for lunch and social hour followed by worship program in charge of Junior Head. Senior League' at. - 0:30 o'clock. Bllllc Langston will bo In charge of a program on "The Shinto Religion." Evening service nt 7:30 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Why Not Christ?" PILGRIM TABERNACLE HO Cherry Street O. W. Doss, paslor 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. Mrs. O. W. Doss, 'superintendent. 11:00 a. m.-Morning 'worship. 1:15 p. m. Young People's 'service. 8:00 p. in. Evangelistic, service. 7:30 p. m.' Wednesday, prayer service. of 45 voices will be presented in n" concert ft t the Baptist church to-night, April 13, nt 7:45 o'clock it- Is announced today by the Hcv Harold B. Tlllman. pastor of the church nnd a former graduate of Ouachita college. Tlie appearance here Is the final one on a two weeks tour of northern and mid-western cities, pnt Moseley, an Osceola student In Cuschila Is a member of the A Cappello organization. The grout) will be guests of the Osceola church Saturday night nnd Sunday morn- iiHS. returning to Arkadelphla that day. Earnest Lee Holloway is director., of the choir and Miss Thelnia Bat-, son is faculty advisor accompany-, ing them on tour. CALVARY EPISCOPAL' CHURCH OSCEOLA' Slnllhew A. Curry, priest-in-charse Evening pvaycr and sermon T30 P. m. METHODIST j EXPERT BEAUTY WORK CALL 106 Appol ^ e nt Margaret's BEAUTY SHOP REDUCE SENSIBLY Swedish Massage, Vap. Baths Mrs. Ruth Lawhon Ivcr- LAKE STREET CHURCH f. M. Sweat, pastor 0:45 a.m. Church .school. son Morris, superintendent. 10:45 a.m. Preaching service. 6:30 p.m. Young People's meet ings. - '; 7:30 p.m. Preaching 'service. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, evening prayer service. ' BUY FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH James A. Overliolscr, Minister Church school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship 11:00 a. m. Theme, "The Needless Quest." Young People's meeting 6:30 p. m. Evening worship 7:30 p. m.' Theme. "Religion or Crime." Midweek service Wednesday 7:3u! p. m. ' j Choir practice Wednesday 8:16! p- m. i You arc cordially invited to at- »OTHEK tend the services of this church i SIZES t STANDARD TIRES um ton OLD Till Uo-a cso-a FIRST METHoniST CIItKCH K. B. Willifms, pastor 9:45 a. in. Church school, S. K. Oarrctt. superintendent." There is n class for every age. • 10:55 n. m. Regular preaching service. The pastor's subject will bo: "How To Tell Right Prom Wrong." 6:45 p. m. The Young People will At Today's LOW PRICES 0 As CAc Per Week' Low Aa 9U On Our • BUDGET PLAN v '' PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5th Walnut Phone 810 FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER MAKE A GENTLEMAN OUT OF YOUR HUBBY.. hven the most mild tempered of husbands, arc a pi to m;ikc (he air bhit when he puts on a shirt with a saw edge, stiffly, starched collar. This can't happen when we do the work. Our starching is smooth awl perfect, done fo the degree of stirtticss specitied. For Expert Laundry and Dry-Gleaning

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