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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 20, 1940
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK) COURI15B NEWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS' Circle One, Woman's Mlsslon&rj Union, First Baptist church, meet- Ing 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. H. H Brooks; Circle Two, Mrs. Theodore Logan; Circle Three, Mrs, Tom W. Jackson; Circle Four, Mrs W. J.' Wunderllch; Circle Five, Mrs. 0. E, Johnson; Circle Six, Mrs. S M. Hood. Woman's Auxlllsry, First Presbyterian ciiurch, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Mattie Allen, Woman's Division for Christian Service, Lake Street Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock nt church. Woman's Council, First Christian church, meeting with Mrs. E. M. Terry Sr., 2:30 o'clock, preceded by executive board at 2 o'clock. Woman's Missionary society, Second Baptist chnrch, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Business nnd Professional Women's club meeting 7:30 o'clock with Miss Monetta Bradley at Stovall apartments. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Order of Eastern Star meeting 7:30 o'clock at Hall. Bachelors' club sponsoring barn dance, nine o'clock, at city auditorium. Mrs. John F. Relnmlller entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Tuesday Afternoon club meeting irtth Mrs. Renkert \V?tenkamp. Mrs. Doyle Henderson having Tuesday club. City Contract club meeting with Mrs. T, W. Jeffries. . Mrs. J. Nick Thomas having Tuesday Bridge club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. O. W. McCutchen entertaining'. Town and Country club. Delta Contract club meeting with Mrs. Russell Parr. Chapter D and Chapter N of the P. E. O. sisterhood entertaining with Cottey college tea at home of Mr, and Mrs. A. Conway. Mrs. Eddie Rc.gctiold entertaining Bi-Monthly Limcheph club. ' ADC Bridge- club meeting with James Terry. THURSDAY'S EVENTS • J,.:Ccokston entertaining ., Bridge club. [ Jenny Wren Dlltahunly eii- aining Double G Bridge club. Ed Carl-Lcc and Mrs. Dal- Taft entertaining Y. M. B. *5ti'»" 1 ' at the Carl-Lee home. *W§si8^ rs - Cecil shnnc having Miil- *:k Bridge club. jMrs. B. F. Brogdon Jr., enter- Ihing Thursday Dessert club. ""lUrsday Contract club meeting Mrs. Edgar Boruni. ifs/'R,.. F. Klrshner having irsday' Luncheon club. • FLAPPER FANNY • --- Wfc 1MO IV NU MI1VICC. UK. I. I. M. ICC. U. S. f At. Of r LOU SJHN1S Budding Beauty Junior High Students Win Places At Music Festival . .,...,...., Junior high school I students participating In the district music festival at Jonesboi-o I yesterday were placed In the first division of class A schools In «u of the group numbers. , Musio classes, glee clubs choruses j CHURCH NEWS and a special program will be given by the Primary and junior classes. Morning worship at 11 a. in. An- incm 'Our Prayer." Sermon topic, On Getting Away From Yourself." CHURCH OF THE N'AZAKKNE Wool! »a». pastor Bob SATURDAY, APRIL 20/1940 n i „•*? a ' m ' Sunday school. Ty:onc, superintendent Ji 1 G °n a '"r' Mornll) g worship, subject "Perfect Liberty" Mn\ 5 , l n W ,; N ' Y ' P ' S - Mrs. NO- bIC McCullar, president < . V 45 Ji- m - Evening worship. Sub- 1 J'ct "Tlie Great Quesllon" We invite you to worship with C, HKST I-KKSBYTKRIAN CHURCH Jtnws A/iOverbcIser, Minister Church school 9:45 a.m. Morning worship n:00 a.m. Theme, "The Vision, nml After the Vision," Isaiah, chapter 0. Young People's meeting C:30 p.m. Evening worship 7;30 p.m. Theme, Doing the Impossible." Midweek service Wednesday 1:30 Junior League' a't Program In charge of Doroliiy RozcJI, Senior League at G:30 o'clock. Program In charge of B O Wil- klns. Evening services al 7:30 o'clock. FIKST METHODIST CHURCH K. to. IViltlims, pastor 9:45 a.m. Chinch school. 3. K. Garrcit, superintendent. 10:55 a.m. Regular preaching service. The pastor will bring the message. Tills service will be broadcast over KI.CN. 6:45 pjii. T1) C Young People will meet In their respective departments. f:30 p.m. Evening service. The sermon will be given by the pastor. Visitors are always welcome to worship with i, s . The problem of. "the good life" will consist of three parts: 1—What Is the Christian Ideal of the good life? 2—Is the world iiuch that ti good life can b« lived In it? 3-Is there any outside power to lielu us? " .., An' the 'mshiation was awful! Blindfolded me an' put a squirmy goldfish in one hand an' cold spaghetti in the other." ""' slcnl Hugh Whltsllt entertaining lay' Bridge club. _ ridsy Contract club meeting 'Vith Mrs. L. S. Benish. • SATURDAY'S EVENTS Airs. L. E. Old entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. Entertains With Luncheon C. A. Cunningham enter- eight guests for luncheon : at her home yesterday the centerpiece of her din- table at which the guests were , she had arranged a bou- of jonquils and Irjscs. the bridge .'-games' which fol- lunch, Mrs. Jess Taylor re- high score prize and Mrs. ix B. Reid, the second high price. * # • Invite Chaperons For Bachelors Dance "Swing s'our partners" will reverberate through the city imll Tuesday plcnt al the annual barn dance of the Bachelors' club lor which chaperons were announced today. Chaperons are Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Hill Jr., Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Benish, Mr. and Mrs. Jcsscc Stilt. Mr. and Mrs. John Cecil Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Sam c. Owens, Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas Scanlou. Bob Olllfispie of Luxora, and Jap White of Osceola. The Swift Jewel Cowboys will ploy for the dance which Is" to begin at nine o'clock. Ginghams and overalls »re the costume ior attending the pany. Are Giicsis of Club. is" by accompanied by Air. siiyner. Mrs. T. E. Tate presided over (he business session. The prize for having (he most fathers present went to the high school group. Refreshments of Ice cream and cookies were served during the social hour, Hostesses were Miss Marguerite Matthews, Mrs. Bert Ross, Mrs. Jessie Rldcnour, Mrs. E. L. Hale, Mrs. Womack, Mrs, Tate and Mrs. Arthur Vance. * + • Is Hostess lo Club Mrs. Ralph Berryimm was hostess to members of the Thursday Bridge club for a parly at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Alford received high score prize, Mrs. Raymond Schmuck low score prize and Mrs. J E Patterson, traveling prize in the bridge games. A dftssertjcourse of strawberry Ice box plerftaj served with hot lea • _-^r * ' * • f s Ifas Clii'b Fart>\ Mrs. W. D. McClurkln had a parly lor members of Ihe Friday Bridge club yesterday afternoon lit her home. Mrs. Roscoe Crafton, Mrs. W. L. Horuor and Mrs. J. E. Bensley played cards with the club members. Tulips and Irises decorated the entertaining rooms. Refreshments were served after Ihe games in which Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr., was high and Mrs. Homer, second high scorer. * • Plays Card* With Club. Mrs. Charles Langston Jr., played cnrds with members of the Friday Contract club which was enter-' tained yesterday afternoon when Mrs. R, C. Allen wos hostess at; her home. | Bouquets of lilacs and ivlses wcrC| a background for the games in which Mrs. Jim J. Plckren received the prize. The hostess served a salad course at. (ho conclusion ol the games. * t . Delta Club Metis Members of the Delta Contract and Mrs. Psalmmuls was presented with gilts. Bits of News Mostly Personals Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Conway nnd daughter, Miss Mable Coivwny, of St. Louis, are spending the week end here with Mr. .and Mrs. A. Conway, Mrs. Everett B. E. B. Gee Jr., arc in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J. wusw Classes, 8|ee clubs choruses " "' '-~««.»«. " -. f . wmwi ^i^T i*" 1 ^ 1 , acllvmw Ol toc Etrlkln S' " rune ^ Semvdta Lillian "'H': Junior high school »re under the eamom, daughter of the President ° holr direction of Miss Msry Emma of Nicaragua, was recently chosen, P p' rm . . ..-., , ,-.,.... .J?•' .„>: o.-pn-nrtnih Evcr i'one is cordially invited to ^™^,^^> tte «l "« ""Ices of this church. Wednesday 8:15 M. yesterday numberB "•- •' —«-~*» v<u<.<:ll Ul Hit; "lull CMlCJIttm'utl'l ! Mrs. J. Mfll Brooks Apple Blossom Festival, to be held -•-• ' SBIO- benior SCHOOL NEWS In piano. All three were, placed in second division. Only second division ratings were given In the elrls' voice contest nnd the Bly- thevllle entry was the only one In the boys' voice Section. liospltnl of a strcptlcoccl Infection M Mr. of .-. _-.„ .. . v , fi>u .uj/wicyjjjt; students received first division honors, in all of these, except the girls' glee club, the Jonesboro students were In the second division. They placed in the first division In that contest. PxragouJd pl*c?d In the second division in tt]e two contests they entered, sextet or trio andl Tlie various groups which make girls' glee club. . . • j up the mixed chorus at high school Wilson in Class c schools placed wilder the direction of Miss Nannie in the first division for the boys', Clarke Smith are in Jonesboro to- aml girls' glee clubs. -.' i clay for the district music festival. I" the Individual contests, Ely- i T1) e fifty members of the group thevltle was represented by 'Helma ) nl ' e divided into the girls' glee club, Jolmsen in girls' voice, Fulton El- b °J' s ' S'ee club, girls' ensemble, Us In boys' voice, and Ann Deen I'toys' ensemble, boys' qunrlet, mixed ensemble and the mixed chorus. Agri Boys Enter 'contest Students attending Ihe event were: Cecil Austin, John Charles Bright, W. H. Bohannlng, Donald Carter, James England, Max Gill, Ordell Hannah, Clavin Hill, Roller!. Mucry, Harvey Morris, John Mick, James Maxwell, Joe McGhee, Wallace Norman,..Blande Perry, Eu- eenc Widner, Gerald Wheeler, Wallace Smith, Bobby Jordan. Meddle Brown, Dallas Mitchell, James Co- zarl, Thco Hurley. v • • Present Assembly Program The combined boys' ami girls' glee clubs at high school under the direction of Miss Nannie Clarke Smith, gave a special progrnir Thursday during ihc assembly hour. The event was scheduled loi Ihe purpose of raising: money with which lo pay for the music the clubs have purchased. . The program consisted of (he various contest pieces that nrc required of the clubs in tlic district festival being held In Jonesboro FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut iiiii Eighth Alfred Carpenter, pastor Sunday: 9:30 RJII. Bible school. 10:40 a.m. Worship service. Ser mon. the Rev. Ira C. Cole, Highland Heights Baptist Church, Mem 1 phis. <i:30 p.m. Training Union. . 7:30 p.m. Worship service. Sermon, the Rev. Ira Cole. Baptist Ctmr.fl, Lily street 9:30 a.m. Bible school. CALVARY EPISCOPAL C1IUKCH I.UXOKA BAPTIST CIICJKCK Ralph L. DoujUs, yjaAw 10:00 a. m. Sunday school. 11:00 a. in. Preaching services. Dr. KImbrough from Jackson Tenn., will bring the morning mes- gt!. V;30 p. m. Evening services. Sermon topic, "So Great A Salvation" (Hebrews, 2:3), by the pastor. You nrc cordially invited to attend all services. Come, worship with us. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth Geo. «'. Patter«<in, Minister Bible School, 9:45 n. m,, Russell Bsrliam, superintendent. Worship, communion and preaching, 11:00 a.-in. Sermon theme, ~,w,. „,.. "Achieving in the Kingdom." . Matthew A. Currv! prlMt-in-triarge Worship and preaching, 7:30 p. „.,.. '.-'• ' . • n. "Christianity's Object Lessons" will be the sermon theme. We most cordially invite Osceola, Ark. Holy communion 11:00 a.m. and sermon, CHURCH OF CHRIST, OSCEOLA. Meeting In Joy Theater, Highway lil, opposite courthouse. Preaching, 3:00 o'clock by Denton M. Neal, of Blythcvllle. Sermon subject, "The Divine Name." You are Invlicd to meet with us. public. Strangers In our city especially Invited. We'll try to make you glad you came our way. Osceola Woman Heads County's P.T.A^G ro nps Mrs. Spencc Williams, of Osceola, was elected president of the Mississippi county- Parent. Tcachek 1 • i Association to succeed Mrs. Marion Gee and son, Williams of Blythevllle. In an nil spending today | day ..nceting yesterday at Lcachville >,„!, n ' , ! ror ll)c fill!tl meeting! of the school Mell Brooks year. i'!'il!!?'« G '!l Olllcv ° rficcrs "anied were: Mrs. Bcnrden, of Leachville, vice Harry w That the i sociatlmis in Parent Teacher As-' Ihe comity have ac- B o ml \»,.,. CM ,,, = %.u,,i|jiw,n;u imiiiuasuiao e good •""•" .^, S L?^r™'5 ?" rln ».. U »>« *«• *« -shown "nV^ «r 5r..w-S 7S, 5 =^^ r ^ t fSc^ the week Pfcuffer. Mr. and Camp of . for Girls, Lake Lure. N. C.,, are spending today In Paragould.' obtaining clothing for underprivileged machines, victrolas and playground ~~ sponsoring of school and dill- lit he,,, niglil hcie witli friends. club met Thursday afternoon al the home o( Mrs. Charles li. Wylie. A slimmer plate was rervctl at the conclusion of the games In which Mrs. i.,. H. score prize. Moore received high Soi\ Born A son was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrman Taylor yesterday afternoon at Blythcvllle hospital. The baby, Manila Society—Person lid. i baiids, public .scliool music and ind. study courses for parents have been he work of 'the units. , Similar activities will be carried ; out In the 1940-11 school year with additional projects to be added as needed, the group voted. Speakers of the day were W. D. IVTcClurkm,' superintendent of Hie city schools of Blythcvllle, wiio J spoke on "Mental Hygiene" and H. B. Schwartz, director of the athletic doparfmnnl. of Arkansas state College In Jonesboro, who spoke on Mrs. Charles Hughes was honored "Health and Sixirts." with a beautifully planned parly M . rs - A - E - Robinson, of Lear.h- al Ihc home of Mrs. Ernest Bed- vil!e > was '» charge of (ho liiflnlia- well Wedne-sday afternoon. Mrs. tlou service. Miss Jean ol Mlka Thleme had cliargo ol Leachvlllc, played three piano .sclec- program ' """" " especially the An of , sccc- tlons . E. H. Hall, or Lcachville, interesting game 8avc tllc devotional, and the Lcach- the nursery rhyme con- villc ale « Club sang three selec- Objects had bcpn placed tions ' '^capollUn Nights," ••Wait- l " " entertainment game . c nboiil Ihe room to represent the familiar nursery rhyme characters, and guests were presented small booklels with blank pages lo (ill In the verses. A musical program was presented by Mrs. James B Koieson. ' Mrs. Uedivcil .served a dellcloli.s overalls are tl* cost^e '^„,,!£ I ^ "^S W ^"S ThC , ^' * M ™' "^ *"' ml ;1 MIM » ror attending the panv. n,i ?r P , hi, .,1 ' f I"" 1 Ecvm ^ ssm coursc - sll < ! «'" «-wl-«cd bv , ,' ,• ounces, hns been irametl Jesse. Mrs. j. H. Hoe, Mr?. Lee Cnrlc'r ounces, hns been iramed Jesse. * • I C'luli )his Giicsis Affllck, and Mrs. John Tucker of Little Rock, houseguesl of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse, were guests of Mrs. Everett B. Gee Thursday afternoon when she was hostess for the Thursday Luncheon club party. Luncheon was served al the dining table which had a centerpiece of tulips, snapdragons and delphinium. Mrs. Russell Phillips was high and Mrs. AHlick, second high scorer In the bridge games which followed, lunch. • i • • Armorel proup Has JPalhcrVNifhl Program The Kev. James A. Ovcrhoiwr, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, was the principal speaker •-•«U.Uie' "Father's Night" program day Afternoon Club for a party nt her home Thursday, she also 'had iis her guc.sts. Mrs. George I'fcilffcr and Mrs. Oliver.w. Coppcdgc. Bridge was played agamsl a bark- ground of spring flowers Mrs I, —nv-:-.viie rainers sponsored by the Armpre) Parent Teichcr association nlgjit. r ' q of l)lr . .served nl G. Nasli received (lie priw. A de.vscrt couvsc \vr the conclusion of the Mrs. Williams Knlcrt;mis Mrs. Marlon Williams entertained teachers and officers of the Young People's department of Ih- First Baptist dnirch nrd ti, C ii : husbands or wives at a dinner last, night in honor o! Ihc Rev. Gordon Psalmonds of Bolivar. '"- —• ' Mrs. J. H. Poe, Mrs. Lee'carlcr Mrs. M. L. DoK-iilng. Mltila- \vcrc on Die plates for ture dolla favors. Ing In Th"n Shadow" and "God Bl<\ss America." Schools represented were: Bly- thcvllle, Osceola. Manila, Leach- vllle and wtboti. Nine grouiis sent annual reports. Lunch was served In the Home Economics Coltagc of the school IJ.VT students of this class, with Mrs. John Bcarden, of Lcaehvnie, chairman of Ihe committee In chnrnc. A meeting of the executive bonrrt preceded Ihc morning session Mrs. Dorecn SmlUi has returned 1 At The Ho<nitai s ' her home hi Pinkevvllle Kv i nl In en0$p«ais to her home hi Pinkeyvin'e nftcr a months visit with Ky,. her daughter, Mrs. Oliver Stallion, and Mr. Stallion. Mrs. Clara Mornbcrgcr »nd ' Jhn- nilD Miles .spent the past few days tr1< li in,. \r- _ ___ i .. _ _ • ,"* ISt.vthcvillc I(ospll;l! Rminld stnnion, sterlc. admiltcd etelb S),i.vio:t. Holland, aciuutletl Mrs. Ben Wood, Haytl. admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. linnnnn Rev. Isaac; Rnlncy and Rev. Arthur Casltcbcrry of Cape Glrardeaii were guests a few days of Mrs Joe ! Honicr. A. T. Pierce of Hot, Springs visit will, M,.. 0 a,,d n M?3. Pierce. The Manila Glee Club will gn to His subject was "Economic £c- 1 cnrjty for Faintly Living," He v,as iiitfoduced by Mrs. Alice Womack, program chairman. The mcellng was. opened with Ilic singing of "Arkansas" and .flic Invocation by -•.Uifrr.Rev. Mr.: Overliolser. Oilier numbers' on the program v,crc a ^violin duct, \"Tlic Rosary'' by Mrs. K. .P/Alleii,. accompanied by Earl B.'Snyder;' two accordion Miecllons by Joe E\Tard; "I Lovci Amprlca" by the High~scl\6oT cho-'l recciilly, Wednesday i siste cii guests attended the dinner party and miscellaneous show- -. / i_ ^—iv\. villt^ *>Jil K£J llf Mo., aurt i Jonesboro, Snlurdav April 20 to rA *»nr»4n^,n..,n_ ,,.- (t. . -'' r ' *- Ul ^V \Valls Hospitnl W. u. Fowler, Holland, admitted Evelyn Brown, Stcclc. dismissed Mrs. Luveriiic Taylor, Steele, dl-,- misscd. Lon Watson, ncll, dismissed. Marcclyn Towzen, city, dismissed Haltlc ray Eaton, clly, dismissed' Joyce Walls, city, admitted. Chlctaixw Receives Homir In the April bulletin of the Arkansas high school press association, the Ghlckasaw received the distinction of being the high school paper of Ihe slate nearest approaching the average for desirable distribution of Us news content. This bulletin is published by W. J. Lcmke of the University of Arkansas for Ilic p'urpos: of analyzing nnd criticizing the Arkansas high school newspapers. According lo Mr. Lcmkc till; news contest is divided as follows: features, editorials, pictures, advertising and straight news writing. This is the second consecutive year thai The Chickasaw luus received such a distinction when thr analysis of high school papers ha: been made by Mr. Lcmke. Cluh Organizes The Blythcvllle TEMPLE ISKAKL Herman Pollack, rabbi 1:30 p.m. Sunday School classes will meet. There will be a rehearsal of Tuesday nljht's Seder service. 3 p.m. Services for the observance of Passover. Youth League members will participate. Sermon theme: "Religion, Life and Freedom." ' Everyone is welcome to attend. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock an Informal congregational Seder will be held In Ihc Temple. .Sunday School members will participate. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH F. M. Sweet, pastor 9:45 a. m. Ciiurch school. Iver-1 son Morris, superintendent. | 10:45 a. in. Preaching service ' The Rev. J. T. Hood. 6:30 p. m. Young People's meetings. 7:30 p. m. Prcnching service. '•'30 p. m. Wednesday prayer service. PII.OR1M LUTHERAN CHURCH H. .1. Klfindicnst, rasfor Divine service--9:15 Quarterly congregational meeting, after this service. | Sunday .school 10:45 a.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST West Main and Highway 6J nenton M. Xeal, evanselUt Lord's day services: Bible study classes, 9:50 a-, m. Preaching, 11:00 a. in. Sermon subject, "Sin: Its Course." Communion. 11:50 a. m. Young People's Bible class, 7:00 p. m. Preaching 7:45 p. m. Sermon theme, "The Foolishness of God." Mid-week services: Bible study and song practice, Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. Ladies' Bible class, Thursday p. in. Radio services: Daily (except Sunday) o'clock. Sunday, 2:30 o'clock. , 3:00 12:15 the Local Boys Named To Scout Camp StaH Two Blythevllle boys, Dick While ••• and Hai-ve.v Morris, have been"" named on the start for Camp Frier- '- ; son at Jonesboro which was an- : : iiounced yesterday by Robert c."" Maciiab, Bcout executive. "••'• White will serve as assistant '" waterfront director and Morris as" ; '-' assistant handicraft director. In addition to the regular staff '"' will be added Chief Hannin Hawk. ' who has been obtained from Ba-" :: cone college at Baconc, Okla., to '•'• give instructions In various cere- { ^monies and dances and have '" charge of Ihe camp drc program. ~-' ! Townsend Club To Hold Bingo Party ; ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHUKGII Seventh and Ash Streets S. A. Merrill, pasfdr 8:30 a. m. radio program. 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. 11:00 a. m. morning worship. 11:00 a. m. children's church. 3.00 p. m. men's prayer meeting. 6:30 p. ni. Christ Ambassador's class. 7:30 p. m. evangelistic services. 1 Tuesday, T.'Stj o'clock, Young People's meeting. Friday, 7:30 o'clock, Bible study. ST. Plans for n bingo party to be held Tuesday night at the Catholic,,' Hall were announced last night al' the weekly meeting of Townsend' Club No. One at the courthouse. '.„' The affair which is lo be spon-" sored by the Ladies' Auxiliary ol the club will begin at 8 o'clock. A musical program followed the'., business session. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPA CHURCH i Matthew A. Curry, rccioj., , ; .. .} Church school at 10:00 a. in. 1 Morning prayer and sermon al 11:00 a. m. Lay Reader Ray Mad- '• ~....., u ., .^.MUU, jv.t-j a.m. in.w ,i. m. ijay uCEUiei Kay ISiau- ' Final. Lutheran Hour broadcast rieu of Osceola will hold tlils serv-' Ihis season over 175 stations. Hear| Ice. His theme, "TliB Good Life" Is pr_ Miner's final broadcast over I an article by the Rev. W. Norman MI 4 p ' m - and an >' Mu l «<U I Pittenger, Tutor at General Thc- 01 «, et :' ruue '" KLCN 3:3a - oioglcal Seminary. New York City. Walther League meets Sunday — < at 3 p.m. All young people invited. ' A cordltil welcome lo all visitors. LUXORA METHODIST CHURCH! K. K. L. Bcarden Jr., pastor [ Church school nt 9:45 a. m. Mrs. Sue Brown, general superintendent , nen Tins Sunday is Church School Day BINGO PARTY 8:00 Tuesday NMght CATHOLIC HALL I/adies Auxiliary of Townsend Cluh .-. High School Chapter of Diversified Occupations Clubs of Arkansas was organized this week with 26 charier members. Miss Jean Boiirlnnd was elected president of the group, and Miss Juanlcc Walpolc was elected secretary-treasurer. Mr. Council, coprdi- niuor of Trade & Industrial Education, will sponsor the organization. There arc 22 other D .O. clubs In Arkansas, enrolling approxt-, mfllely 1,300 members. The two old-1 est grouiis In the state arc tliosc In j the Little Rork and Port Sinilh high schoob. Doth of arc outgrowths of vocational pragrniiir, which dau- back to 1911, ;\nd preceded (tic present plan of Trade & Industrial Kducation. Miss Bourlrmd, president of the new organization, slates that the school can br sure Ihey will hear lols from the club Ihrongh It.s participation in student body nc- tivltlcs. Maine is thr only stntc in the Union which docs not (ouch more than one oilier slate. Mrs.^a,mo,,d s wl, were'married enlcr ,!«' ^^* ^^ ^caa^Ccin^^., - . <•••••. u>u> ,->itc>n - »tiu dllll er. Dinner was .served at small tnlile;. — •_ ...._ is scheduled lo sing nt 8:30 tliol evening. Thirty-two girls arc In Ihc club. arranged against a background ol spring flowers. After dinner games were played SPECIAL! 1/3 More for Ihc. same nioncf Johnson's Wax and Glo-Coat SHOUSE-HENRY HARDWARE CO. Phone 35 EXPERT BEAUTY \VORK CALL 106 ApP i,,i Margaret's BEAUTY SHOP REDUCE SENSIBLY ar* Milage, Vaji.' B»IU« Mrs. Ruth L»nhon NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 : For Prompt Laundry '• and Cleaning Service BARGA1RS IX USKD Ice Boxes Rebuilt and Guaranteed Electric Refrigerators APPLIANCE CO. Service on AH Makes Ref rig era tors—Had los—Washm JiW. W. Alain SI. . • IMioiie.233 SUNDAY DINNER • ' ' '•- ' '"C: • ' Rons! Young Tiirltey with Cranberry Saute Fried Spring Chicken A La Maryland With All the Trimmings LUNCH 35c REGULAR DINNER 50c PALACE CAFE Walnut a< Eljhlh FIRST B4PTIST CHURCH Conducts scries of Special Service consisting of Gospel Singing—Bible Preaching- Rich Fellowship and Spiritual Uplift, This Speaker A messenger with a DAILY APKIL 21--MAY 5 10:00 A.M. 7:30 message '.M. 9:15 A.M. COME ONCE COME AGAIN Highland Heighls llaptisl Memphis, Tenn.

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