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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 27, 1940
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TWO BLVmEVILLE"'(ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S .-.EVENTS .Auxiliary, St. Stephen's Episcopal .church, meeting 3:30 o'clock will) Sirs E A. Slacy. .Roman's Missionary society, Lake Street -Methodist 'Church, meetlnt 2:30 ,0'dock at .church. Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock .at church. TUESDAY'S .EVENTS Mrs. W. W. Shaver entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Tuesday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs J. E Bcasloy. Mis W. O Hlgginson havinj Tuesday club Mrs Floyd A White entertaining 'Tuesday Bridge club, City Contract club meeting with Mrs. L. G. Nash. Miss ''Virginia Little entertaining Double G Club. WEDNESDAY'S/EVENTS Sisterhood or Temple Israel meeting eight o'clock with Mrs. L Lansky. ADC Bridge cliib meeting \viUi -Mrs. Tommy Tipton. Mrs. J. W. 'Parker entertaining Town- and 'Country club. Mrs. -'Hiram Wylie entertaining •Delta Contract club-at Hotel Noble. Sudbiiry Parent 'Teacher association meeting threeo'clock at school preceded by executive 'board meet-. 1 ing at 2 30 o'clock -'THURSDAY'S EVENTS : Mrs M O Usrcy enlcrtainine Mid-Week Bridge club. Mrs. A. G. Lfllle entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Mrs. George -Hamilton entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Mrs W T Burns' and Mrs., 1 Frank Meyers entertaining Y. M. B. : club "at' (lie Burns home. Thursday Dessert club meeting with Mrs. -Earl -Buckley. Mrs Charles Ougger Jr. having- Thursdas v Afternoon club. Mrs G G Cauriill entertaining Thursday Conlract club. Club 28 haling dance al Woman's • club,, nine o'clock. FRrriAY'S -EVENTS Friday Bridge club meeting with Mrs J W Adams : -3r. Mrs J J Ewmg entertaining •Friday Contract club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS .American Association of .Univer- sitj Women meeting 12:30 -o'clock at Hole! Noble FLAPPER FANNY .iwo tYttri.Sfnnct.iHC. T. M, RCC. i/.s PAT. of/".— Syrian-American Club Has lir*< Dancing Party. The recently organized Syrian- American club had its first dance "Wednesday night, when 125 members andJgWsfs were entertained at the ..Woman's-club. A red and white color scheme , was carried out in the decorations 'White spirea banked the mantel and at midnight red and while balloons were -released tori .souvenirs. Refreshment were served by .members of -the social committee to the dancers and bridge .players. Local visitors and out'.of town .Eilcsts -at the party follow: Elliott Eallba, Miss 'Belle Saltba, Mrs Jack Sallba, Johns, Bits of News Mostly Personals Mr. ami Airs. J. p. LivlngUon j have returned from ,i -ten da™ • trip In the Soiitlion; part of 'Mississippi. I Miss Mary Adah Robinson aho Ultends Southwestern, al MeiphK ] is spending the week end here with her father. Dr. Plnley A. Robinson and family, She was accompanied home by Miss Nell iirewcr of Lc- Cojnple. La., who is also a student al Southwestern. » Mrs. James Hill left Thursday night for Topeka, Kans., to attend the Southwest Division Conference of the American Association of University Women convening there yesterday and today. Mrs. Ula Rutlcdgc, of Joncsboro IK visiting her sister, Mrs. Prank Webb, and family here. ' "•I'll say he's good! He can rope «ny critler'livin', on two legs or four, if it stnikls pcrfec'ly still." utivo bonid meeting- at, Ihc club yesterday at one o'clock. \ V. A. If. Cluf) Was Dance At Aitierieuii Itu(. Metre than ISO young people iverc entertained at a dance given al the American Legion Hut by mcmbsrs of the P. A. D. club -Ins't. night when. John "Do" fCoppodge was eleclcd King Leap Year to reign over the social mffalr. In Jlie .receiving line were club members and Iheir dales. Miss Mildred Mulr received with Joe Bvrard: Miss Mar.lot'lc Mays with Richard Roberts: Miss Peggy Joni"! .with .Paul Blackwood; Miss Jean- elln Jean Scbnugh with Pat Harri- scn; Miss Dorothy Cross with Elmer Stone;; mul Miss Urn Jo Hm gct( with Jimmy Parks. Chaperons fo'r the affair wcie Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jones. Mr. and Mr.s. Georec Muir and Mr. and Jvfrk -Bra,;fc Mays. Before. ,". the party, Miss Jones entertained at a small parly at hci home. Included in the guests were Miss 'Virginia Cox of Memphis hoiiscguest of .Miss :Mays, and Miss Maxinc Sitedekum. of Poplar Bltifi, buisegiiest of .Miss Jones, both having come up especially /or Hie (lance. ' , Out of town guests at Ihc party' follow: Sterling JopHn, Robert Bemiell. .Joe Pinion, j. H. Malin mid Harry Kent Mays, .lohn LjiRa Ford, all of Carutliersviilc; 'B. Mose Simon, Torn Simon, Mr. anrtl B ? rbwirs ' F ™ nl! Glynn. 'Bobbie' Mrs M George, Mr. and Mrs.|i Rene George and Miss Margaret, Johns, all of here; Mr. and Mrs. Phillip George, Miss Mablc George, Miss Eva George, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. George, Fred George, Miss Ed-i na George, -William George, 'G. A. George Jr.. Mr. ami : Mrs. N. Far- decoy, .Miss Margaret Ftirdcecy. Wcodroiv Fardeecy, N. Fardeecy Clayton, j. Doyle, Baker Turner and Charles Ashburn. all of Osce- oln; Jack Frlzzell of Jonesboro. All Club Members Attend Bridge .Party. All Ihc members of the Midweek- Bridge club attended the party given Thursday' afternoon' by Mrs. Cecil Shane at her .home.' Jr,, Mrs. Mose Slimoi), -Mr. and Tulips, irises and spii-ea were •Mrs. William Ellas, all of Liixora. arranged about, .entertaining rooms Mr. and Mrs. T. Tony, Tony] where 1 lineh was served al small Johns and Edward Assad, all of" Clarksdale, Miss.; Mrs. John Shib!cy, Miss Elizabeth Shibley. Mr. and Trfrs. John Ehlbley Jr., of New Madrid, -Mo.; Miss Fredda Sickrey, Fred Sickrey of Lilbourn, Mo.; Robert Hamra,. R, s. Hnmra. Mr. tables. Mrs. B. A. Lynch was presented the prize for high score In the bridge .game's which followed lunch. * * 1 Tins Club Vsrty. Irises and spirea decorated the and Mrs. K. u. Hamra, "Mr. and I home of Mrs. L. S. Ucnish ycstcr- Mrs. Sam Hamra Jr.. Sam Hamra Kay afternoon when she had a par- lone George, Henry 'Ellas and Fred | ty for members of the Friday Con- Sr.. all of Caruthcrsvillc, Mo., Miss ' ' ' ' Ellas of Cairo. 111.; Miss Olgn Koury and Phillip Koiiry of Steelc, Mo.; Miss Marie Neegem ol Jackson, Miss.; Miss Marguerite Kah- laay ot Alabama; Junior High Music. I Classes Eiilerlaiu Members of the junior high .school music classes entertained yesterday nfterroon with a lea for nicmhrrs of ihe Woman's club anil other guc.sls. •DiB-Rftalr was given in the class room ot Miss Mary Emma HooS. director of. the /music olassfs. Oue hundred and fitly guests were c»- •tcrtained at the party. A bouquet of lultps, spirea and other spring flowers made a vivid centerpiece for the lace draped tea table v;hich was 'Illuminated with 5dlow tapers In silver candelabra, following musical program Mrs. W. 'M. Crowe Is critically 111 at Blylheville hospital, Howard Fribby,- who .attends the " e University of Arkansas at Fay-1, ' U. of A. Honors Dell Student SATURDAY, APRIL '27; 1940 CHURCH NEWS TEMPLE ISHAEI, Herniuii Pollack, rabbi 1:30 p.m. .Sunday School classes will meet. 3 p.m. Services for the conclusion | of Passover. Sermon topic: "The Meaning of Freedom." Everyone is welcome to attend. John M, Stevens, above, con of Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Stevens, Dell, nnd a senior In agriculture al the University of Arkansas, is one ol Ihc eight outstanding student.'; designated as Who's Who of the College of Agriculture student body in connection with the '25th annual Agri Day .program here yesterday. Selected by n committee of two students and three faculty members, the eight seniors were iionor- Fay- ettcvllle. is spending several days here with his parents, Mr. and Mis. Howard Felsby. Mrs. Cecil. Shane, Mrs, M. 0. Usrcy and Mrs. Tom A. Liltle are spending today in Memphis. Mrs. Julius Johnson ot Auslin, Tex., arrived Wednesday to be with her mother, Mrs. Marlha' Lane, who is critically ill til her home on Main street. ' .-"• "« lr CHURCH OF CHRIST West Main aim 'Highway 01 Itento'u M. Meal, evangellsl Lord's Day services: Bible study classes,-9:50 a in. Preaching, n a . m . Communion, luso n ; m. Young People's Bible class, 1:00 p.m. Preaching 7:45 -p.m. 'Mid-week services: nible study and song practice, Wednesday 7:45 p.m. Ladies' Bible class, Thursday, 3:00 p.m. Radio services: Daily (except Sunday), 12; IB o'clock. Sunday, 2:30 o'clock, 4-H Club News Notes Mrs. Royal Sunders was before her recent-marriage, Miss Imogenc Goines, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Galues. tract club. Mrs. Charles Langslon Jr., and Mrs. William Young plnyed cords wilh Hie members. A salad plain wnx served lifter Ihe games In which Mrs. Jim J Pickrcn received hlph score prize. * * » Arc {;nch-(s nf (Jluli. Mrs. Hiinlcr C. Kims aiid Mrs. -llnrry Kirby were Bursts of Mrs. U. F. Kirshncr Thursday altcr- uQon whtn 1 she entertained members of Ihc Thursday Luncheon club with a ynrly al her home. A centerpiece of tulips. Hlacs and spirea decorated thp dintng table nt which the Hirer course lunch was served. In the bridge Rauir.'i which followed. Mrs. Kirby was high and Mrs. Russell Phillips, second high Has Birthday Parly Kallctta Marie Lucius .celebrated her fifth birthday Saturday after-' noon by entertaining 30 of her friends with a party. After games were played, birthday cake mid ice cream were served with candies and cookies by the hostess' mother, Mrs. Homer Lucius. Balloons given as favors. + + « Iflincd the visiting minisler. the Rev. Ira Cole of Memphis, who is conducting services at Ihe. local church, at a dinner lust night al' the church. Six members and two visitors,: Miss Luna B. Wilhclm, supcrln- 1 tendcnl of Ihc Intermediate department, and Ihc Rev. Allied Carpenter, paslor, were present. Mrs. Carl Davis is teacher ot the class. Tulips nnd irises wore -used for the centerpiece of the table. Following dinner, (he group attended church services in a body. • » # Ilriujjr j'nrly Honors Visitor and Bridc-Klccl. Mrs. Edward Scgravi's and Mrs. Fred Taylor Jr.. of Osceola, entertained 32 gucsls with a bridge party at the Hotel Noble In compliment lo Miss Catherine Harwell of thai city, bride-elect of Philip Burks of Bedford, Va., and Mrs. C. E. Ci-ablycc of Avon Park, Fla.. who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tay- UurdcUe. (iroup Meets. Members of the 4-H club ot Bur- dclc heard a program .on "Tlie United .States" at Ihc meeting of : the group this week. •"' - Tlie program was opened willi the singing of "America" led by Dorothy McKay. The following program was then presented: inlfe, "Liberty in America means there arc no special gates for n favored few", Lacy Powell; poem, "Breathes Then icrc a Man", Peggy Jim-old; a piano and violin duel. Dorothy Ay- ccck and Baba Steward; .piano, uolin and guitar trio, Dorothy Ay- crck. Baba Steward and Wilina Scott. One hundred and forty members* including a transfer member from Flat Lake heard Ihe pro-, gram. Miss Inez Kincaid, county,' home demonstration agent, spoke to the girls on "How to Improve, Your Home" and -E, II. Burns, a'g-, ricultural agent, discussed "Hj;- •brid .Corn ami Varieties ol -Cot-' ton" for the boys. : L. H. Autry and Miss Marjorie Varner arc the local leaders of the club. -Daughter Born Taylor si Mem- lor Segraves nnd family. The party was given in .11 leadership, activities, and contributions they litivc mndc in the Interest of Ihe College's student, body. Mr. Stevens' activities include I membership in Scabbard nnd Blade, military social organization, nnd Blue Key. He has served as noble ruler of Alpha Ganmm Rho, agricultural fraternity, censor of Alpha Zela, treasurer of tlie University 'chapter of FFA, and treasurer nf Baptist Student Union Council. He \vas rawardcd the Dan- forlh fellowship.during the summer of 1039. Baptist Services To Continue Next Week The evailgelislic services al First Baptist church under leadership of the Rev. Ira Cole of Memphis, will out next week. continue through- Toniglit, tlie speaker's subject will be "Blytlioville's Saddest Funeral." Sunday .morning In; will talk on "Breaking (he Alabaster Box" and Sunday night, "The Sad The Sunday school has an nt- Undance goal of every ••person present Sunday wlilch is 815. enrolled morning wogram on "Home Missionary Work': Is being planned with special numbers In song lo be given. We especially urge you lo be present with us for this service. FIRST HIESBVTERIAN CHURCH James A. Overholwr, minister Church school D:« a . n ,. Morning worship n-.OO a.m The sci-mon will be .delivered by the Rev. alrard Lowe, D, D., pastor of the Presbyterian church of Memphis, and will be -the opening service In a revival -which .will continue through the week. Young Pople's meeting (1:30 p.m. Evening service 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic service led by -the 'Rev. Girard IX)we, D. D. ' Everyone ,b cordially invited to attend the services of this church. Rilring -the week, -the services -will be at 1D;30 in (he morning ,nnd 7t30 each evening. (he first In a series of messages on The Book of Revelation. FILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH II. J. KleltuUenst, patter .Morning worship 5:45 Sermon theme: "Tlie Arl of Christian Prayer." Sunday school, 10:45 a.m. Confirmation class 2:15 pjn. The Lutheran Hour transcribed over KLON 3:30 p.m. Final 'broadcast next Sunday. Evening worship 7:30 .p.m. each second and fourth Sunday. .Sermon theme: "Christ's Ascension a Triumph." Sunday school teachers .meeting after the evening service.. A cordial welcome for all. FIKST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and Eighth Alfred Carpenter, paslor Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Bible school. 10:40. a.m. Worship service. An- .ihem "All Hall the Power". Ladies . trio "Close "Breaking to Thee." -Sermon— Alabaster Box"— (he l.UXOKA BAPTIST CHURCH Halph L. Douglas, pastor 10:00 n.m. Sunday school. 11:00 a.m. Preaching service. Sermon topic: "Tlie Gospel Musi Be Published." (Mark 13:10). 6:30 p.m. A Baptist Training Union will be organized. We will have a Union for every one from Ihe oldest lo Ihc youngest. The Lord is counting on you lo help ii: tills program. 7:30 p.m. Preaching service. Sermon lopic: "The First Question in. the Bible." (Gen. 3:fl> LUXOR& METHODIST CHURCH K. 'K. Si. Bcarden Jr., pastor Cluircli school al 10 a.m. Mrs. Sue Brown, general supcrinlendcnl Morning services at 11:00 a.m Sermon topic, "The Lips Thai Speak Good." Junior -League at 5:30 o'clock. Senior League at 6:30 o'clock. At the evening hour (1:30 o'clock) Dr. E. W. Potter, presiding elder, will deliver the message and con- duel tlie second quarterly conference. The pastor will occupy the pulpit of the First Methodist church at Jonesboro for the fight service. Rev. Iro Cole. (i:30 p.m. Training union. 7:30 p.m. Evening worship. Sermon— "The .Sad Funeral"— The Rev. Ira Cole. Revival lo continue through week. 0:30 BAl'TIST CIIAl'EI, Lily Street a.m. Bible school. Let hearing • Jnci Dr. Potter n good learn more about* me slate of our chiircli by attending the quarterly conference. John P. Keiser Author Of Magazine Article OSCEOLA, Ark., Apr. 2fi—O«c- subscrlbcrs to the magazine ola for .collectors entitled "Hobbles" were Interested in opening thrir May issue to find an article by John P. Keiser of Ihis clly eutUleit "By-Roads and .Bottles" which is mi account of some of Ihe trips made by Franklin Taylor of Monl- etiBlc. Tcnn.. and hiireelf over oiit-of-llie way places In the Cumberland Mountains of Tennessee in search of bottles. Mr, Taylor, son of -Dr. and Mrs. T. F. Taylor of Montcaglc and uc- phcw of D. F. Taylor o[ this city, spout his childhood here and visits here often in the home of his \>t\- clc and as n guest of Mr. Koiser and his mother, Mrs, Susie Keiser. HP at tended the Osceola schools and tbe University of the South at Sewuucc. Tcnn. His specm! hobby is the collection of old and rare boltlcs for which the mountain section of middle. Tennessee provides :i lure field. The Taylors and Mr. Kcisi'r am .w IJ" 1 "' m 'ncrs of "Camp Un a l:u" Cypress room of the hotel. A spring I slll ""icr camp and resort nt MOIH- atnicsplierc was provided by the K" 6 '" "" (l " lc ' nll(;r spends his bmiqucls of mixed flowers arranged Smnmcrs lllcl ' c towrai school ; slons and has ,'iccoinpaulod about Ihr room. High score .pri/.r was presented lo Mrs. Milton Pope and second high lo Mrs. N. Wilson, both of Osceola. Mrs. E. L. Talllatcrra of that city received the cut prize. The salad plutc served nflcr tlie gomes was also in the spring motif of the decorations. i*,.ii,i*i ywiin^i:i: I III. LMl^'lu Ilfl*; 3 I-ri u 1- , ...^..-. Thousand Eve.;." Cain anfl -'Oh , h " by wclghca s '* Pounds ai:d - ' • un ' eleven omwcs. Mrs. Tnylor Is the former Miss liabrl Brandon. Hus Party Al Kustic Mrs. Huch Whiuitl entertained- members of the Friday Bridge club snd two guests. Mi.,-. "Harold Schucc rind Mrs. Bin Laswcll. with » parly yesterday iiHevnuon nt Ihe RUbllc Inn. Tulips and blooming planUs provided Hie background for the Ramcs. Mrs. Sclmcc w.ia high and Mrs. W. D. McClurkln, second high Dear What. Can the Matter Be" English folk 'song, by the Girls'wx-'! let made up of June Martin, Ho- berta Tlovman, Key Thomas, Fnm- ccs Sue Bright. Eva Mick ard Al- •bcrta Dunaway. "I: Passed By--Your Window." Crahc, and "On Ihe Road lo Mand«lay," IKlpIing ; and Speaks, by tiic toys' glee Hub, "Atnalvllh . ohcj-,, and "Paradfl of the Wooden bol- dlers," Jessel, by girls' glee club. The program »»s complelcd wllh the plajlng of several selection ou'lhe new phonograph-radio which v.»f, given the 3>«ilor high school by tl c nmMc dtpartnientDf the Wo- ittwiii.dub v» , ' , Members of the clyb attended th« <*n <n a Iwdv An ice course conclusion of'ihe S uii l«s Has Dinner Tlie Service wns .served at Ihc of At The Hospitals Itlytlicvlllc Hospital Mrs. ,)ji,v Kvair.;. citj-. admitted.. Virgil Needham. city, admitted. David Buck. city, dismissed. Mrs. E. O. Adams, city, n ted. Kulli Hughe, 1 -, Steelc. dismijtcd. Memphis ll.i|>li>l )lo«|>i!;il E. D, Dunbnr, clly, nclmillciL Taylor on miiny of his hunting" cxpcdlltons inlo the frequented coves in people have been living 'for over one hundred years. The story by Mr. Keiser reveals many thrills and smpviw, not u%- nially connected with the sport. 1 Tungslcn makes up 18 per cm' of Ihc weight of popular speed lool steel. '' Denibiistratioji .Club Ne\vs Notes Jliss Klncalil Speaks. '-Miss Inez Kincaid, county home demonstration ngeut, '• spoke to members of the Milligan Ridge •Home- Demonstration club Wednesday afternoon al a meeting at the home of Mrs. Thomas A. Hollis. Twenty nine members including six new ones, and seven visitors were present. • .Miss Kincaid told of the advantages of wearing collon hose atid discussed the best cookiiii utensils to use. She also described how to make mattress protectors. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Hoilis. Roll call was answered with each member telling what she had for the c'.'Jb to see on the Better Homes tour. During -the recreation hour, bingo was plnyed. Refreshments were served after (lie games. The next werling will bn Wed- •nesda.v at the home of Mrs. Bert. Sparks. Osceola Masons To Conduct Degree Work, The Council of the Royal Ai'ch Masons at O.\CTO|,I will put on degrees lor the bcnrlit of Royal Arch Masons Tuesdn.v uflcrucoii start-' ing at -four o'clock with supper, to be served later. As work i nthc Royal Arch degrees is lo bo jnrsrutCvl, all Iloyal Arch Masons wanting 10 take the degrees arc invited to present themselves ,-it the Osceola Masonic Hall on thai, diilr, ihosc,' in charge ' ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Seventh and Ash Streets t S. A. Merrill, paslnr •8:30 a.m. Radio program. 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. lt:CO a.m. children's church. 3:00 pjn. Men's prayer meeting. . 6:30,, p.m. ; Christ. .Ambassador's class.' 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic services. Tuesday, 7:30 o'clock, Young People's meeting. Friday, 7:30 o'clock. Bible study. PILGRIM TABEKNACLK 110 Cherry street O. W. Boss, paslnr S:-15 a.m. Sunday school. Mrs. O. W. Doss, superintendent. 11:00 mm. Morning worship. The Rev. E. G. Marsh, -speaker, 7:15 p.m. Young People's service. 8:00 p.m. Evangelistic service, Wilson Society —Personal •FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main al sixth t!eo. W. Patterson, minisler Bible school, Russell Barham, superintendent, 9:45 a.m. Worship, communion an., ing, 11:00 a.m. "What. Must Be Safe?" will be the sermon theme.' Worship and preaching, 1:30 p.m. "Whose I Am and Whom I Serve"' will be the sermon theme. ' We most cordially invite the public. Strangers in our city es- : pecially invited. We'll try io make' you glad you came our CHRISTIAN . 116 S. Broadway Probation After Death subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will lie read in ail Churches and- Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, April 28, 10W, The Golden Text is: "The Lord Entertains Baptisl W. M. U. Mrs. John 'Williams and Mrs. N. B. Thompson were 'hostesses to 18 members of the Baptist Women's Missionary Society when they met al their regular monthly ' .meeting on Monday afternoon, jit the home of Mrs. Williams. Mrs. W. .A. Williams was in charge of the .program on Ouachita college, Arkadelphia, assisted by Mrs. Curtis Miller. Mrs. W. M,'Wallace led the devotional and Mrs. Albert Creenivcll presided over the business ' session in Ihe absence of the pres'i- ' dent, Mrs. W. F. Wilson, Following .the program, delicious refreshments were served by the .hostesses. * * » Mothers and Daughters .Banquet Places were laid for .00 mothers • i'd preach-1 ami diu '8 lltel ' s at the banquet held ist I Do to "' tlle Holllc Economies cottage on Thursday "evening, when the •'• following program \vn.s presented: Mary Cullom, ioastmisires.?; toast to -mothers, Jean Speck; .welcome,' Sarah Gentry; response, Mrs. Dora ' Merrill; club program, Ruth .McAfee; reading. Belly Goldman; .and a military tap dance by June Turner". ' ' The tables were beautifully -decorated .with large vases of,purple iris and spirea, carrying -out a purple •• iand -yellow., color sohemc, and small corsages were .given to each mother. ' a # * Mrs. Frank Wesson .of Springfield,'.' Mass., arrived this week for an rex- '"• tended ..visit with her mother, Mi-s." is the •will perfect that which concernelh | R - E - Lec -Wilson, and her son, me: thy mercy, O Lord, cndurethj Lcc Wesson and Mrs. Wesson, for ever: .forsake nol the works of j Mrs - Percy Dan- and daughter, thine own hands." Psalms 138:8. ; Mm 'y Lee of Atkins, Ark., are visil- Among the citations which com--"ine in the-home-of her .parents, iprire the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "For he Is not a God of the dead, bul of Ihc living: for all live unto him." Luke 20:38. im''. the :Rev. C. iNorman Gnice. Mrs. •E. :E. -Grave. 1 ; of Baion Rouge, La.,' ;ar.d Mrs. Moiseiatiolals, of Shelby, Miss., were weekend guests In. the' home ol the Rev. and Mrs. Guice. .\ The Lesson-Sermon also.includesi Mrs. E. T. Butler-of\Than;, Tex, the following passages from the| arrived this week' to• spend ~-lhc" Christian Science textbook, "Sci-) summer in -the home of her daugh-' encc and Health with Key to tlie Scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy: "Death -will be found at length lo be a mortal dream, which comes •In darkness and Disappears " " ter, Mrs. O, M. Hill at Marie. Mrs. Russell Harris and small sun, 'Bobby, of Brlnklcy. spent a" few .days 'visiting her sister, Mrs. 7:15 Wednesday, mid-week prayer service. The Colorado Springs Bible training sqhool, Colorado Springs, Colo., will have a boys' quartet at tiie Tabernacle Sunday morning. The president, the Rev. Mr. Marsh, will accompany 'the boys here. Everyone .is invited to attend these services. ST. STEPHEN'S EPfSCOPAJ, CHURCH ftlnlthew A. Cun-.v, rector Church .school. 10:00 a.m. Morning prayer and sermon, 11:00 a.m. CALVARY ErlSCOf'Al. CHURCH OSCKOLA rtlattlhr.w A. Cxirry, prif-st-ln-chiir°f Evening prayer 'and sermon, 7:30 o'clock. wUh.j w p W ilson, and left for her •Christian Science program 10mc °" FIKST CHURCH OF THE KAKAKKKK .r. J.. >Vofllman, 'pa.sloi 1 tl.45 a.m. Sunday .school, Bob Tyrone, superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. Scr- mou subject, ••Confessing Clirisl." 0:45 p.m. N. Y. P. S. Mis. Noble McCullar, president. | 7:'.iO p.m. The Young People arc in charge of this service. A special I will .be broadcast next Wednesday, May 1, al 2:15 p.m. over KLCN. : FIKST METHODIST CHURCH E. -B. Williams, pastor 0:45 a.m. Church school. S. K. Garretl, superintendent. There is a class for every age. 10:55 a.m. Regular church service. This service will be broadcast over KLCN. The pastor's subject will be: "The Value of Worship." Mothers nrc invited to come and bring their children. The children will be taken care of in the nursery department while Ihc parents worship in -the regular service of -Hie church. 6:45 The young people will meet in their respective .deparl- mcnls. Every young person who Is' not attending services elsewhere is invited to meet with us. ,1 7:30 p.m. The pastor will bring FOR SALE i>fl TONS OF I'KA-GREEN ALFALFA HAY ?ir> 1'EK TON CHARLES ROSE KOSELAND Mrs. Winston Hoover of .Sikes- ' ton, Mo., is .spending .the week wiin licr parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Clayton, .and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hoover. Mrs. W. ;P. Wilson is expected home today -from Memphis, where she underwent -a minor operation' recently at Ihe -Baptist Hospital. Sign the New Register attheRitz SATURDAY Also Comedy Jt Serial SUiNDAY-MONDAV SCIENCE CHEATS THE TOMB! Read Courier News «nnl ads. SPECIAL! 1/3 Jlore for.the same mnney Johnson's Wax ami Glo-Coat SHOUSE-HENUY HAUDWARE CO. I'hone 35 ROXY LAST TIMES TODAY The wheelbarrow was invented by Thomas Jefferson. EXI'KRT BEAUTY WORK For Margaret's Beauty Shop ligBBiaaHiii Study Massage & Physio-Therapy 01,... .1 !..- . ** •* PICHON'S ll-pc. "LOUISIANA SWING MASTERS" 1 the fi'ina *oinclhliig about Memphis »h Los H7 I,liulcn, .Ho- You'll Enjoy Erciy Minvlc of This .Glorious Excursion LISTEN TO KLCN p.m. — 4:30

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