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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 25, 1942
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nro BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1942 Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Alice Bagby Smith Circle, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist- Church, meeting with Mrs. O. J. Chastain; Selmer Maxville Circle, Mrs." Pearl Hires; Tynette Lavender Circle,Mrs. .Victor Stilwell:. Ruth Walden Circle, Miss Cordelia Wilhite;.Wilmer Bucy Circle, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Borum To Wed Spencer Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Peyton Borum announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss 'Mary Elizabeth Borum, Lo Philip Spencer Alexander, son or Mr. and Mr, 1 ;. Joseph Martin Wright Ah-xaMdw The wedding will take place at Jesse Seeinan: Maxfield Garrett an, early date. Circle,'Mrs. R. L. Reader; Edith Alien circle, Mrs. W. W. Watson. Woman's" Society of Christian .Service. Lake Street Methodist Church, 'meeting' 2:30 o'clock tit .church. Woman's .. Society 'of , Christian Service, First Methodist Church, meeting 2-:3Q at church. Woman's Auxiliary. First Presbyterian -Church, • having, Bible •Study, 2:30 o'clock at home of Mii-s. -Mattie Allen. Mrs. Ira Crawford entertaining Three Quads CluTo.' " " ; TUESDAY'S .EVENTS Mrs. Jl C. Droke entertaining Chatterbox Club. Miss Virginia Martin having Double G Bridge Club. Maple Grove Cemetery Association meeting: 2.30 o'clock with Mrs. Sallie -Hubler. •] : • WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs.. John C. McHnney entertaining Tuesday Contract Club. Mrs Russell Farr having Delta Contract Club. -Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. G. G. Gaud ill. Mrs. Charles • Langston entertaining ADC Bride Club. • THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Welch Faster entertaining "Triple Table Club. t 'Mrs. Ross. Hughes having Thursday. Luncheon Club. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. Mrs. J. J. Cookston entertaining Thursday.Bridge Club.; . >Mrs. M.-. O.- Usrey ; entertaining Mid-Week.'Bridge Club. r 1,FRIDAY'S.EVENTS 'Executive -Boardi Woman's- Missionary Union. First "Baptist Church,, having.. 1 o'clock luncheon atf home of -Mrs. O.-M. Morgan. Cemetery Association luncheon mseting at home of'Mrs." Otto Bradberry. 1 . • Tasty Fruit Pudding Miss. Patty June Davis entertaining: Cee-Que Club. " -^SATURDAY'S EVENTS rs. R. L. Houck of Luxora and Letitia Neal entertaining mean Association of University 'omen, 2:30 o'clock, at home of 's. James Hill Jr. HALL HAS PARTY FOR -CLUB Miss -Mary" Jo IJall',- i: Miss Borum, member of a prominent Blytheville family, was graduated from High School here and attended Lindenwood College, St. Qharles, MO., where she received her Associate of Arts degree, before graduating from University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She is a Delta Delta Delta. She was formerly a member of the school faculty at Keiser, having resigned to accept a position in the office of Sheriff and Collector Hale Jackson here. •Mr. Alexander is a member of u family long prominent in the history of the South. The grand son of the late Admiral Raphael Semmes of Mobile, Ala., he Ls the grandson of the late Raphael Semmes, of Osceola. He was assistant cashier at First National Bank until last Autumn when he accepted a position with the National Bank of El Paso, Texas. He returned home this week for a visit before entering the United States Army late in May. Announcement of the engagement will be received with much interest in this section where the two families have long lived. * * * FOUR GUESTS PLAY WITH BRIDGE CLUB When Mrs. B. A. Lynch entertained members of .the Mid-Week Bridge v Club for a party at her horns Thursday afternoon, she also had as her guests Mrs. Charles L. Wyiie, Mrs. Hiram Wylie, Mrs. Walter Pope and Mrs. Riley-B. Jones. A mixed bouquet of tulips, cornflowers, columbine and other Spring flowers was ussd .on the luncheon table, while! irises and spirea were arranged throughout the home. In the games which followed lunch, Mrs. W. L. Homer was high among the club members and Mrs. Pope, among the guests. KALETTA LUCIUS HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY Kaletta Marie Lucius celebrated her seventh • birthday Monday afternoon by entertaining 20 of her friends and'classmates with a party at her home on Cherry.street. Games and contests were played after Baptist Union Holds All-. Day Meeting; Douglas Leads Devotional CHURCH NEWS Wholesome apple apricot pudding is made of dried fruit and bread. the Harrison home. Mrs. Ross Stevens WON elected Secretary treasurer and Mrs. Roy Walton, teacher. Mr.s. Walton succeeds M'r.s. Mattie Allen, long teacher of the class, who will continue to serve as an asstsianj teacher with I Mrs. T. J. Man an. Following the brief business session, the hostess served a dc.ssert course with coffee to the nine members during the social hour. • » * DAUGHTER BORN TO FORMER LOCAL GIRL A daughter was born yesterday to the Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Patton of Lake City at Memphis Methodist Hospital. The baby, who weighed ssven pounds and four ounces, has been named Barbara Elizabeth. Mi's. Patton is the former Miss Eva Mae Nelson of this city. Simple .Recipes Help Youn^ Cooks To Pi •epare Meal? The Mississippi County Associational Baptist Woman's Missionary Union met yesterday at the Manila Baptist Church for a program arranged by members of the Leach- villn Woman's Missionary Society. The Rev. Ralph L.'Douglas, pastor of Luxora Baptist Church, gave the devotional on "Who Is My Neighbor" at th? all day meeting which began at"10:30 o'clock. Mrs'. P. A. Alexander made the j introductory remarks on behalf of the Leachvilie women. Other speak- rs and thsir subjects were: Mrs. . W. McCawley, "The Preservation i the Scripture"; Mrs. J. E. Garett, "Lav/ Observance"; Mrs. E. L. Steed, "Improved Industrial Conditions": Mrs. Walter Hipp, "Child Welfare."; Mrs. W. J. Field, "Public Health." Luncheon was served at noon by the Manila Society. During the business session which was presided over by Mrs. Ralph Douglas, of Luxora, Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb, president of the Blytheville Woman's Missionary Union, reported on the recent state W. M. U. convention in Little Rock. Fifty women representing the* churches at Dell, Leachville, Luxora, New Liberty, Manila and First Baptist, Blytheville, attended yesterday's meeting. The next meeting will be July 31 at the local Firs Church. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Main and Seventh Streets S. B, Wilford, pastor 9:45 a.m. Church school, S. K. Garrett, superintendent. 10:55 a.m. Worship service. Ser- rnon by the pastor. D. C. Sutherland, Cleve Gillespie and the choir will .sing "The Lord Is My Shepherd" by Baines. 7 p.m. Youth Fellowship meetings. Nancy Hamilton will lead the Junior League. Ann Deen will lead the Intermediate program on "Ways We Worship." Jack Biship Jr. will lead the Senior program on "The Lure of Leisure." 8 p.m. Worship service. Sermon by the pastor. Special music by the Intermediate Choir." You are cordially invited to wor- hip with us in all of our services. tion, and this mortal must put on immortality." I Corinthians 15:53. The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy: "As man falleth asleep, so shall he awake. As death findeth mortal man, so shall he be after death, until probation and growth shall affect the needed change." p. 291. but by every word which proceed- eth out of the mouth of God.' 'Let go and let God. Ey MRS. GAYNOR. MADDOX NEA Service Staff Writer Carefully instructed, any intelligent young schoolgirl can learn to help prepare the family meals. In wartime, every pair of hands is needed for victory. Teach your young daughters to take their part by helping to keep the family well fed. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Lay services at 11 o'clock. Demonstration Club News Notes FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Lily and Vine Streets Clifford L. Thacker, pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Preaching, 11 ajn. Junior P.Y.P.A., 6:30 p.m. Senior P.Y.P.A., 7 p.m. Evangelistic service, 8 p.m. Sermon: "The Signs of the Coming of the Son of Man" by the pastor. Tuesday night, Young People's service, 8 p.m. Thursday night, quartet practice, 8 p.m. Friday night, prayer meeting, Bible study, 8 p.m. FJJLGKIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth ami Walnut Streets J. Essliug-er, pastor Sunday services: 10 a.m. Regular service. Sermon text: John 16, 20-2,3. Sermon topic: "Sustenance in Affliction." 11 a.m. Sunday school sessions. j Monday, 8:30 a.m. Day school. Thursday, 3=30 p.m. Sunday school teachers' training class. We invite you to worship with us and receive sustenance in affliction. Plan Better Homes Tour Plans for the Better Homes Tour were discussed Wednesday afternoon at the meeting of the Dogwood Home Demonstration Club at I the club house. It was decided to conduct the tour next Wednesday. Everyone will meet at the club house for lunch and immediately after the tour will begin. : NUMBER NINE BAPTIST CHURCH Mitchell Houston, pastor 10 a.m., Sunday school. 11 a.m., Church service. 7:30 p.m. Singing and B. Y. P. U. 8:ttO p.m. Evening service plays with members of the Cee- Que Bridge Club, had. a^ 'party for them and five :gues:s lost rrJght at her- home. ,; • Guesfs were Mrs.' Kavanaugh (Francis, Miss Mdry Virginia Cutler, Miss^etitia Neal, Mrs. Ben Hall and-.jMLss Margaret Shaver. Tulips and Irises were arranged abouCrthe entertainment room. Iced - drinks" , and sandwiches were served 'during the games. High 'score prize .-went to Miss Virginia Little- and' second high to Miss Jane McAdams. Bits of News Mostly Personal . Park where pictures-Were 'made. ; Refreshments of birthday cake, ijce cream and punch were served by the hostess' mother, Mrs. Vida Lucius. Balloons were given as favors. • ' * t> « BEREAN CLASS ELECTS OFFICERS 'i Mrs. Zal B. Harrison and Mrs. J. P. Pride were re-elected president and'. vies president of the Berean Sunday School Class of First Presbyterian Church last night in a postooned meeting at Mrs. W. F. Brewer and Mrs. S. B. Wilford have returned from Batcsville where they attended the North Arkansas Conference of the •Moihtxlis't!"" Woman's. 1 .'- Society of Christian' Service. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ewing will l?avc tomorrow on a two weeks vacation in Memphis arid point; of Alabama. Pvt. Daniel Boone, of Memphis will spend this week end here with his mother, Mr.s. O. B. Boone, and family. . Mrs. H. H. Houchias is' resting well at Memphis Methodist HO.S- TIME T0 STORE THAT FUR COAT AND THOSE WINTER CLOTHES h'i pital after having undergone a I ,, ' .„ ,. .. .1 % I wUVLl WlLil Her mother, Mrs; F. D. Underwood, accompanied her there. i 'Miss Christina Drummond will spend the week end in Little Rock Here's a popular and easy-to- prepare Girl Scout recipe any young girl can manage. BRAZILIAN STEAK Use round steak cut in pieces or individual servings. Slice one medium onion and cook in pan with small amount of vegetable oil. Brown meat in pan, add 2 to 4 tablespoonfuls of tomato ketchup. Cover and cook until steak is tender. This recipe uses dried apricots, stale bread and is made in one of the new heat-resistant cooking bowls. It is easy to follow. AITLK APRICOT PUDDING (About R servings) One package apricots, or 12 ounces, 1'j cups water, 2 apples, 3 eggs. \'» cup sugar, taaspoon salt, 2 cups milk, 1 tea-' spocn vanilla extract, 5 slices stale bread, 2 tablespoons butter. Wash apricots and soak them for 30 minutes in 1V» cups of warm water. Simmer slowly until plump and tender. Pare apples and cut into Uiin slices. Beat eggs; add sugar, salt, milk and vanilla^ Place half of the fruit mixture into a groasrcl 2Vi -quart heat-resistant glass bowl. slices of bread dipped into the milk mixture. Add Special Services Planned At Churcl Parents and friends of students in the Intermediate Department of First Baptist Church are invited, to attend the special services ters.of that department during Sun- clay School hour t-uinorrow at the Church. The program which has been arranged for "Intermediate Day" Ls as follows: prelude, call to worship, Mary Jo Newcomb; solo, Joyce- Wails; prayer, Miss Minnie Brown; poem talk, "Sometimes It Rains," Betsy Buchanan and Ruth Head; "Precious Promises," J. W. Roden; benediction, Murray Smart. Officers of the class are as follows: Miss Lima B. Wilhelm, superintendent; Miss Minnie Foster, associate .snperintendent; Miss Jewel Lee, Secretary; Billy Schmuck, pianist. The following people are teachers of. the group: Miss Lou- lizza Thompson, Clarence Johnson, Roland Bishop, Miss Minnie Brown, Edna E. Williams, Mrs. James SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH 18th and Main Streets • II. Cream, minister Sunday School officers' meeting 9:45 a.m. j Sunday school, 10 a.m. R. H. Bslknap, superintendent. Junior Choir singing "Everybody ought to Go to Sunday School," Walton Kilburn, choir director. Preaching, 11 a.m. "Loyalty." CHURCH OF CHRIST W. Main Street off Highway Gl Oscar L. Hays, minister Bible class, 9:50 a.m. Preaching 11 a.m Subject: "God's Power to Save.' Young People's class, 7:30 p.m. Preaching at 8 p.m. Subject, "My Trip to Matimosis, Old Mexico." Regular Sunday broadcast over KJLCN, 2:30 to 3 o'clock. Every one This week's mesting was an all day affair. Two comforts were worked on during the morning session and work was done on the lawn during the afternoon. Coverings for cabinets and tables in kitchens were put on. The next regular meeting will be May 13. * * » Clubs Have Joint Meeting Officers of the Shady Lane and Dogwood Home Demonstration Clu^s had a joint meeting Friday, April 17, at the Dogwood club house. Mrs. J. T. Hipp and Mrs. Victor Craig were named president and secretary of the joint officers organization. The meeting was opened with songs led by Mrs. J. A. Payne. Devotional by Mrs. P. B. Jarrett was>. followed with prayer by Mrs. D. Garrett. Mrs. Payne explained the purpose of the meeting. A combined meeting of the two groups will be held May 13 at Dogwood Club House. B. T. U. officers' meeting, 6:45 is invited to attend these services. -I Miss, Edna E. Williams, Mrs. James Iai 'P Tulip Mrs. C. M. Abbott, Mrs. R. G. ^'VL.'*. Cash. Billy Wooten, Miss Cornelia Gillenwatnr, 'Miss Eeffie Lee Terrell, Mr. Smart, Miss Louise Chastain, Mrs. W. A. Grimmett. Review By Bill Morse Wins AA.U.W. Prize ! p.m. B. T. U., 7 p.m. Jim England, director. Choir singing "Wide Wide Is the Ocean." Preaching, 8 p.m. "Grace." We will observe the Lord's Supper, 9 p.m. Wednesday, prayer service, 8 p.m. "What We Believe" by our deacons. Wednesday, teachers' meeting, 8:30 p.m. Wednesday choir practice, 9 p.m. Friday Men's meeting, 8 p.m. "Our Fifty Men and the War." Saturday all day Bible conference C a.m. Dr. j. I. Cosssy in charge. TEMPLE ISRAEL Eleventh, and Ash Streets Rabbi Pizer W. Jacobs Services at Temple Israel held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rabbi Jacobs will give a review of -Robert Sherwood's play, "There Shall Be No Night." This play was recently presented at Memphis. It is of timely interest dealing with war. The public is cordially invited. The Sunday School will meet at the regular hour, 1:30'p. m. Three pupils will .be confirmed this yeai, Sunday, May 24, at 3 o'clock. The confirmants are Miss Flora Jane Borowsky of Manila, Irvin Cooperman of Caruthersville and Stanley Kramer of Osceola. Come and bring your friends. ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH Osceola The Rev. J. J. Thompson, pastor • Mass at 8 am. the balance of the fruit 1 and top with clipped bread slices. Pour any remaining liquid over the top. Place bits of butter over all and bake in Ml-s James Hill Jr., president of the local branch of the American Association of -University Women, announced today that Bill Morse son of -Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse, aws the winner of the prize for having written the best review of the art exhibit sponsored here recently by the A. A. U. W. CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION The Rev. J. J. Thompson, pastor The Rev. A. S. Marchiano, assist. Mass at 8 and 10 am., Sunday. 'Sunday night, • 7:30-8:30 o'clock. Holy Hour for men in our armed forces. Weekdays, mass at G:30 and 8 o'clock. Novena to Our Sorrowful Mother, 8 o'clock, Friday. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and Eighth O. J. Chastain, pastor Sunday: Have All Day Session Eight members of the Gosnell Home Demonstration Club and four guests met at the home of Mrs. Mattie Moody Tuesday for an all j day session and Dutch luncheon. Plans for the Better Homes tour were discussed. Visitors were Mrs. Pearl Harrington, Mrs. Mack Hickman, Mrs. Ethel Rutledge and Mrs. A. J. Rutledge. After Mrs. R. L. Maxwell gave the devotional, ths members answered roll call by telling what they had of interest for the tour. Poems were read by Mrs. C. A. Hyde and Mrs. L. T. Karnes and prayer was offered by Mrs. A. J. Rutledge. The club voted not to present a play at the annual tournament. After a discussion by Mrs. B. L. Eubanks on behavior during the playing of the national anthem,,the business session was adjourned for a social hour. Mrs. J. M. Frankum conducted the game in which Mrs. Mack 9:30 a.m. Bible School, Russell Baugh, superintendent. 10:40 a.m. Morning Worship. Anthem—"Let Alt. Zion .Rejoice" ...Choir: Solo...Miss Dorothy McKay. Sermon.. ."Barabbas or Jesus.".. .Pastor. 6:30 pan. Baptist Training Union, Fred Carlock, director. 7:45 p.m. Evening Worship. Sermon—"-Married to Backsliders"— 'Pastor. Hickman was awarded the prize. The group will meet May 7 with Mrs. R. L. Maxwell. with her parents, Mr. and Mr.s. i a slow oven (3 , 5 Degrees F ) until The 30 l ancls c^pes exhibited here ^ ----- " ..... ---- - 1 ' ' • - B • ' " Your furs and clothes represent a definite financial investment. Naturally, you will want to assure yourself the maximum protection for this investment. You can do this conveniently by storing your clothes and furs in our new, completely modern Certified Cold-Storage and Fumigation Plant DO THIS NOW AND BE SAFE Boyce Drummond. Dr. J. A. Saliba will go to Hot Springs tomorrow to attend the meeting of the state Medical Association. He plans to be away for five days. Mrs. Charles Phillips Jr., and daughter. 'Betty, arc going to 'Augusta. Ark., to join Mr. Phillips who has been promoted from the local AAA office. Mr. and Mr.s. C. A. Cunningham, Mrs. B. A. Lynch and son, Louis Lynch, spent yesterday in Memphis. Simon Joseph, who has been taking the rest cure, is now able to be out. Miss Meclrith Hancock and Miss ' Marguerite Silax will spend the week end in Comvay with their ; parents. Mr. and Mr.s. J. R. Webster will leave next; Tuesday for Marble Hill, Mo., to mnks their home. They have purchased a fruit farm there. Mrs. Paul Jones, of Memphis, is expected to como today to spend two weeks here' with hsr parents, Dr. and Mr.s. D. C. McLean. She has recently returned from a three weeks' tour of tho Carolinas. Georgia. Alabama with Mr. Jones. firm. Serve with whipped cream or whole milk. If the family is willing to pool its sugar rations, maks a hard sauce for the pudding. HARD SAUCE (About l'/j cups sauce) One-half cup butter, I'.-j cups confectioners' sugar, 2 tablespoons lemon juice. * Cream butter. Gradually beat in sugar and lemon juice. . Boat until fluffy. Pile lightly in a serving dish and chill until hard. Spelling Bee Finals For Pemiscot Are Held Harmless to man. kingsnakes prey on rattlesnakes. Old time ranchers sometimes kept them around the house as a protection. CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., April 25.—The Pemiscot County grade pupils were to compete in finals to decide- county spelling champion who will enter the MidSouth Spelling Bee at Memphis in May. The Pemiscot finals were held today Finalists in the contest for the county championship were: Joan Pierce. Caruthersville; Peggy Malone. Flag Lake, and Doris Faye Walker. Steele. were Mildred Tarratt's "Painting of Summer." (Honorable mention in the review contest went to Kitty Halter, Sylvia Reidman and Lura Davis. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mrs. L. E. Widner. Portagoville, Mo., admitted. Billy Payne Sanderson. Luxora, admitted. Mrs. C. R. Eubanks and baby, city; dismissed. Mrs. H. H. Mathis and baby, city, dismissed. Blylhcvillc Hospital Ronnie Joe Carleton. Steele, Mo., admitted. Memphis Methodist Hospital Mr.s. H. H .Houchins. city, ad- 24:13. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH James A. OverhoLser, minister Church school, 9:45 am. Morning worship 11 a.m. Theme, "Our Inescapable Shadow." Young People's meeting 6:30 p.m. Evening worship 7:30 p.m. Sermon subject: "Peter Walking on the Sea." Men-of-the-Church Supper Monday, 7 p.m. Midweek service Wednesday, 7:30 pjn. Choir practice Wednesday, 8:15 p.m. You are cordially invited to attend the services. Visitors in ,the city are especially welcome. "The Master is here, and calleth for thee/' John 11:28 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse. 1416 W. Main PROBATION AFTER DEATH is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches and Societies of the Church of Christ. Scientist, on Sunday April 26. 1942. The Golden Text, is: "He that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved." Matthew BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Bible School, G. L. Abbott, superintendent. 6:30 p.m.. Baptist Training Union George Ingram, director. HILLENBRAND CAN TAKE J IT BLOOMINGTON, ind—Bill Hillenbrand, Indiana's great halfback, played 468 of 480 minutes as a sophomore. mitted. John Edward Booker, Osceola, admitted. — For Better Laundry and Dry Cleaning — PHONE — 418 418 Remember Our Certified Cold-storage & Fumigation Plant, FOR YOUR PROTECTION STEAM LAUNDRY Start The Day With— 7-DAY COFFEE A MaxTcell House product, blended by Maxwell House. Regular Price 1 Ib. 25c 3 Ibs. 69c (Watch for week-end Special) Exclusive at— Pickard's Grocery 1044 Chickasawba Ph. 2043 Dyess Senior Class Presents Annual Play DYESS. April 25.—The seniors presented their piny "Laughing 1 Gas" Friday night at the High School Auditorium. Mrs. J. L. Laurence, class sponsor, directed the play with the following cast: Elouisc Clanion. Louise Cash. Margaret Holland. Elsie Rae Doss. Mary Eva Walker. Maurice Craig. Mar- gnreJ, Baumez, Milton Poole. Mildred Smith. Leroy Peirson and James Jacobs. McKinney Elected EL DORADO. Ark. (.UP)—H. C. McKinney, Sr.. has been elected to succeed the late R. N. Garrett as chairman of the board of directors of the First National Bank of El Dorado. Mi.G. Wade \vas named president, succeeding Mc- Kinnev. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "This corruptible must put on incorrup- LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Bates Sturdy, pastor Church school, 9:50 a.m. Iverson Morris, superintendent. Morning worship, 10:45 a.m. Church School day program. Pastor's subject, "Sharing the Task Divine." Junior League. 6:15 p.m. Intermediate League 7 p.m. Senior League, 7 p.m. Evening worship, 8 p.m. Pastor's subject, "Deciding the Issue." A welcome awaits you in our services. Every one needs the church and what it offers. Jesus said, "Man .shall not live by bread alone, WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT IOC For Original Beauty Creations Phone 2592 Caldwell Beauty Shop First National Bank Building Sunday Special PALACE CAFE (Air Conditioned) Baked Chicken with Currant Dressing- FRESH STRAWBERRY SHORT CAKE WITH WHIPPED CREAM FRIED CHICKEN a la Maryland SPECIAL DINNER ..60c REGULAR LUNCH . -40c TRY ONE OF OUR NEW ELECTRIC GRILLED STEAKS, THEY SIZZLE It takes ten sheep to clothe one U. S. soldier, according to estimates of wool men. Women Rea<v for Harvest PORTLAND, Ore. (UP)—Between 30.COO and 40,000 Multnomah county women stand ready to assist in farm crop harvest work if a labor shortage develops, according to Emery H. Worth, state farm placement, oficer of the U. S. employment service. PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores OLD FASHIONED REVIVAL Clmrles K. Fuller, Director Old 'Hy:nns and Gospel Preaching KLCN" 5:00 p.m. Sundays 1320 Kilocycles. Continuous Internationa) Gospel Broadcast * for all occasions Personalized Service THE FLOWER SHOP Phone 491 Glencoe Hotel Rldg. REVIVAL SERVICES FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH April 26-May 10 Norman Ferguson Song Director 0. J. Chastain Pastor-Evangelist "Songs We Love to Sing"—KLCN, 8:30 a.m. Daily Morning Services—10:15—KLCN Evening Services— 7:30 Cordial Welcome Extended

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