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Blytheville, Arkansas
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"* VAGB TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1942 Seeks Mission Fund Sociafl Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Delta Delta Delta Club meeting 8 o'clock with Miss Virginia -Little. _ Woman's Society of Christian j Service, Lake Street Methodist Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Mission Study Group, Woman's Council, First Christian Church, Meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. George W. 'Barham. Executive Board, Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's" Society of Christian Service, ; Frst Methodist Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's Club sponsoring Community Sing at club house, 8 o'clock. TUESDAY'S EVENTS '•-Mrs. Tom Mabry entertaining 4JCO Club. i ; Miss.'Frances" Holland having Double G Club. Chatterbox Club meeting with Mrs. Johnnie Noien. Chapter N, P. E. O. Sisterhood, meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. J. J. Pickren. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. James V. Oates entertaining Tuesday Contract Club. Mrs. Harold Seh'nee having ADO Bridge Club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Ed Smith entertaining Triple-Table Club. . FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mlss"^ Alaunhe; ; Branson having Cee-Que Bridge Club". She Pours Her Money Horibr Mrsi Heringer Mrs.'./Albert;M. Heringer Jr., the •former Miss Jean Stacy, was guest of honor at a bridge and bunco party given last night by Miss Helen Armstrong, Miss Marguerite Armstrong and Mrs James Tidwell. Twenty guests wore entertained. Tliis was another in a series of parties being given for Mrs. Heringer who was married recently. On Friday, she was complimented at a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Charles Rose and several other parties are to bo .given.'in. the next few weeks. A yellow and white scheme was carried but in last night's decorations. Bridal tallies in yellow and white -and floral arrangement of yellow roses and syringa were in the.scheme of the party. , Mrs. Raymond Koehler received a hobnail vase, for high bunco award-; Mrs Heringer a cookie jar .for high bridge'award; and Mrs. E.. W.' Nolen, hand made pillow cases J for low bridge award. Both Mrs. Koehler and Mrs. Nolen presented their gifts to the bride along L, the crystal;sugar and cream Bits of News Mostly Personal Elmer Ross Smith is able to be .up alter huvnti been ill for a few days. Dr. c. A. Caldwcll returned Wednesday from Memphis Baptist Hospital. He is much, improved. Miss Midlml Eades left today for New Boston, Texas, where she will visit her sister, Mrs. W. G. Sanders, nd Mr. Sandtrs. Mrs. J. T. A-shley Sr., will go to Memphis today lor an eye opera- ion. Mrs. Albert M. Heringer Jr., i'ft today for Belleville; 111., to Lsit Mr. Heringer, who is stationed here with the Signal Corps. B. B. Goodman left today for Rochester, Minn., to join Mrs. Goodman, who Ls there with her aunt, Mrs. Martin of Steele. Mrs. Martin Ls to undergo an operation \t Mayo Brothers Clinic within the few days. Mrs. Mary Phillips Robinsoi\, who was removed to Memphis Baptist Hospital a .few days ago when her condition became serious, is improving. Miss Alice Buckley, of Hayti, Mo. is the week end guest of Bobby McHaney and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. McHaney. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Main and Seventh S. B. Wilford, Pastor 9:45 a.m.—Church School, S. K. Carrett, superintendent. 10:50 a.m.—Worship Service. Holy Communion will be observed with full ritual service. Communion Meditation by the pastor. 5 p.m.—Organ Vesper service by Miss Agnes Weeks, church organist, in observance of Music Week. 7:30 p.m.—Mrs. Forest E. Dudley, Arkadelphia, will talk on "India." You are cordially invited to worship with us in all of our services. T HIS little pitcher has—style. Mark Cross designed it and it s done in eleven different shades of faille silk. A metal ring closes the bag which is fitted with change purse, mirror and comb. her" grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth r^ » dessert course^ of strawberry short cake was served with "iced drinks. i In:. addition to the guests from Bell, there were Mrs., Leo G. Dod- scn, and Miss Anita Fay Beck of. Blytheville, and Mrs. Marshall Yowell'.of Qsceola, and Mrs. Wilton B. Zecller of Dallas, houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Stacy. . * * + Afternoon Tea At Hotel Compliments Miss Borum Greene. Mrs. x Famsworth Black presided over the punch bowl. Also in the living room to entertain the guests were Mrs. Henry Humphreys and the hostess' daughter, Maureen King Norris. Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Mrs. O/.W. McCutcheiv presided at the refreshment table. Assisting them in serving were Mrs. Betty McCutchen Scanlon and Miss Frances Little, who will be attendants in Miss Borum's wedding, Mrs.-F. Don Smith, Mrs. Robert A. Porter and Miss Margaret Shaver. Recorded, music was played throughout the tea; hours, from 4 until G o'clock. * * • Local Couple Marry Miss Ethel Cole and Paul Burkes, both of this city, were married Thursday night at Second Baptist Church ' by the Rev. H. Greani pastor. ' "•"":. A background for the wedclinn party was formed-by arrangements of Spring flowers in pastel shades Mi's. Lyons played the liuptia music. Attending the bride was liei sister, Mrs. Vomnelle Cole, of Memphis. Mr. Burkes' best man was (Bob Burns. . For the ceremony, the , bride wore a navy blue dress with white accessories and a corsage of pink and white carnations. Mr. Burkes and his bride left on a motor irip to St. Louis immediately following the ceremony. Mrs. RobErt A. Doan of Indianapolis, vice president of the United Christian Missionary Society of Disciples of Christ, will speak at First Christian Church tomorrow morning. Events Each Day Beginning Sunday Will Be Sponsored By Group Here Miss Mary Jo Hall and Miss Mai garet Shaver. Refreshments were .served during lie games. Miss Frances Holland vas high and Miss Virginia. Little, second high scorer. INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — By a series of tests that will apply to HAS FAMILY DINNER FOR DR. T. K. MAHAN Airs, and Mrs. James If. Bell entertained membLTs of thc Mahan family for a dinner last night at their home in honor of Mrs. Bell's brother, Dr. T. K. Mahan, who enters the service Tuesday. Dr. Mahan, who will enter the Naval Reserve, will first go to San Francisco. Among the members of the family here for the dinner were Mr; and Mrs. W. B. Tanner of Helena. Mrs. Tanner is a sister of Dr. Mahan. any of the nation's highways, the Indiana highway commission found that a sane speed of 45 miles per hour will lose the motorist only 23 minutes over a 100-mile route. The advantages more than offset the loss, the commission learned. Sending out two automobiles, one at a 60-mile clip and the other at a 45-mile speed, the commis- An organ concert-by Miss Agnes Weeks, director of music at First Methodist Church, Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the church will open this community's observance of National Music Week foi which the calendar was announced today. Mrs. W. E. Hendrix, who is serving as chairman of the National Music Week committee o Blytheville, has announced a mu sic program for each day of the week at the various organization of, the city following .the initia public program by Miss Weeks. The 'observance fs being sp'on sored by the Music Department o the Woman's Club of which Mrs •J. P. Friend is chairman. In addition to the weekly community sing Monday night, the Scouts of the city will have special song services, "scout sings", FULL GOSPEL''TABERNACLE Lily and Vine Streets .Clifford L. Thacker, pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m., Roy Handley, superintendent. Preaching,' 11 a. m. Junior P. Y. P. A., 0:30 p. m. Senior P. Y. P. A., 7 p. m. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Sermon, "The Battle of Armageddon." Tuesday night, 8 o'clock, Young People's service. Friday night, 8 o'clock, Bible study. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Lay services at 11 o'clock. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH 18Ui anil Main II. Gream—Minister Sunday School Officers will mee 1 it 9:45 a.m. Sunday School meeting at 10 a. n. R. H. Belknap, superintendent. Preaching 11 a. m. "Church Loy- ilty." B. T. U. Officers meeting at G:4f> p. m. B. T. U. meeting at 7 p. m. Jim England, director. Evangelistic services, 8 p. m. "My Grace Ls Sufficient." Wednesday officers and teachers meeting at 8 p. m. Prayer service at 8:30 p. m. Mrs. J. Grossman nnd Mrs. M. Silverfield. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH O. J. Chastuin, pastor Walnut and Eighth Sunday: 9:30 a. m. Bible school, Russell Baugh, superintendent. 10:40 a. m. Morning worship. Special music under the leadership of Norman Ferguson, music director of First Baptist Church, Fort Smith. Sermon by the pastor. 5 p. m. Organ recital presented by Miss Weeks. 6:30 .p. m. Baptist Training Un,on, Fred Caiiock, director. 7:45 p. m., Evaning worship Special music by the. choir. Sermon by the pastor. cipleship." Junior League, 6:15 p. m. Intermediate League, 7 p. m.. Senior League, 7 p. m. Evening worship, 8 p. m. Pastor's subject, "Suffering in Disci- At the end of a busy week of toil one needs the church service. ,_ It is self rc'ubery to absent one-l" self from worship with other peo- r pie. You are always welcome in all services of this friendly church. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street Sunday: 9:30 a. m. Bible School, G. L. Abbott, superintendent. G:30 p. m. Baptist Training Union, George Ingram, director. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH James A. Overholser, Minister Church school, 9:45 a.m. Morning worship 11 a.m. Theme, "The Index to the Heart," based on the text, St. Matthew 0:21, "For where your treasure is, there will your heart be aslo." Young people's 'meeting 7 p.m. Evening worship 8 p.m. Sermon subject, "The Near-by Opportunity." Midweek prayer and study service Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Choir practice Wednesday 8:15 p.m. You are cordially invited to attend the services. , Visitors in i/he city are especially welcome. Choir practice 9 p. m. Walton Kilburn, chorister. Friday Brotherhood and Women's Mission meeting 8 p. m. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE First and Sycamore Streets Fletcher Spruce, Pastor Sunday School opening exercises, 9:45 a. m. Inspirational service, 11 a. m. N. Y. P. S. meeting, 7:15 p. m. Evangelistic service, "8 p. m. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets J. Essliriger, pastor Sermon text for Sunday: John 1G, 5-15. Sermon topic: "Christ's Last Bequest — the Spirit of Truth." 10 a. m., Sunday, regular service. 11 a. m., Sunday school. Monday, 8:30 ,a. m., Day school. Thursday, 3:30 p. m. Sunday school teachers' training. We preach a changeless Christ to a changing world. Come and worship with us. Learn more about the changeless Christ Dillard-McCrary Rites Announced The marriage of Miss Grace McCrary, of Holland, to Hugh Dillard, of Steele. which took place April 21 is of interest to Steele and Holland3 friends. The wedding occurred in the home of Magistrate T. L. Cassidy of Blytheville with Miss Helen McDaniel and George Michie as attendants. The bride is a sister of Mrs. Joe Lester of Holland with whom she made her home. She is a member of the junior class of the Holland high school. Thfc bridegroom, is the son of Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Dillarcl. They will make their home on the Dillard farm near Steele. • # * Mrs. Rushing Entertains Mrs. Robert Rushing was hostess to eight guests at a bridge party at her home Thursday night when | Spring flowers were the only decorations. High score award at bridge went to Mrs. Tom Hopper, second high to Mrs. Velmer Campbell and bridge to Mrs. Tom Lewis. The hostess served a refreshment plate and iced drinks at the close of the evening. . * • • Miss Beth Thomason has returned to Cape Girardeau where she is attending Southeast Missouri State Teachers College aftsr spending several days here with her friends, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SfcKVICES Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 V,' , " KK ««\» « -» m "' .. Woman's Clubhouse, 1416 W. Mam sion proved that "the economy speed not only will save gasoline and tires, but it also will save lives." The test cars traveled in identical weather and traffic conditions and obeyed all traffic regula-- tions. The routes covered a total of 1,273.6 miles, running through 30 cities of more than 3,500 population as well as smaller towns and cross roads. ; ,,The . "60" .driver .averaged 46.44 miles) per. hour in the over - all What I Saw in India" will be I mileage while the "45" motorist India Provides Topic For Mission Program at their meetings. Mrs. James A. Overholser, vocalist, and Mrs. Rives Alien, violinist, will present a program of music at the Lions Club on Tuesday. The following p. m. Missionary meetings Thursday. You are invited to worship with us in these services. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Francis Smythe, pastor 9:45 a.m. The teaching service. day. a vocal trio composed of Mre. lwJ '' u " ' • tca " im ? «™. Pnni T. Tinf rt n A/r.-c . r>. a nr«,« TV/I W - a Guenn, superintendent. Paul L. Tip ton, Mrs. George M. Lee and Mrs. Russell Farr will sing at the Kiwanis club meeting-. Russell Barham, assistant. 10:45 a.m. General Assembly. Largest of the affairs complimenting Miss Mary Elizabeth Borum. fiancee- of Spencer Alexander, was a tea given at the Hotel Noble yesterday af tr/rnoon whejn ; Mrfc. Samuel F. Norris entertained 100 guests. Both the Rose and Colonial They will make - their home in this city. The marriage of Miss Ellen the subject of a talk by Mrs. Forest E. Dudi:y of Arkadelphia at First Methodist Church at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow night. This is the third in ' a series of mission programs being presented by the Methodist Youth Fellowship. Mrs. Dudley and, her husband. pasl' w - of the Methodist church in Arkadelphia. are personal friends of Dr. E. Stanley Jones of India. They have spent some months In India as guesLs of Dr. Jones. Mrs. Dudley will show articles brought to America from that country. Youth Fellowship members who will participate in thc service include Maxine Reid, Philip Rced.j Polly Ann Stewart, Ann Weedman, Nancv Partlow and Jeanne averaged 3D.42 miles per hour. "The time loss is negligible and greatly overshadowed by the advantages," said Snmeul C. Hadclen, commission chairman. James V. Gates will speak brief- u a.m Church Worship service, ly on National Music Week at the Sermon by guest speaker, Mrs. Rotary meeting Thursday. On Fri- I Robert Doan, vice president of day the observance will be con- United Christian Missionary Society eluded with a special program at (lie 'meeting of the literary department of the Woman's Club. Miss Weeks' program will open with the singing of "America" led by Paul Pryor. Her first group will include "Fantasia". Bach, and "Kosanna", Faulkes. and her seV ond will be made up of "Berceuse" Using these figures the commis--j from "j oce iyn", Godard, "Minuet sion figured the time lost by the, in Q-^ Beethoven, "Idyl", Shure, slower car from Indianapolis to: am j "Gavotte", Thomas' New York, 750 miles—2 hours 52; Before Miss Weeks plays her last minutes; Washington. 575 miles— 2 hours 2 minutes; St. Louis, 242 miles — 55 minutes; Detroit, 283 miles—1 hour 5 minutes. "Don't drive like '60' if you like your tires, your car, your pocketbook and your life," the commission warned. Wells, daughter of Mrs. t. H. Wells ' Moore, and Miss Agnes Weeks, of Amarillo, Texas, and Pvt. Earl was in rccms had been rearranged in H. Roberts, formerly of here and t&e manner of living and dining ! now ° r Inglewood. Calif rooms of a home. In both, a color solemnized Saturday, April 4 schema--of pink, blue and white the Wedding Chapel at Los Angeles was'carried, out.' i The . Rev - AlbsvL S. Mason read Jn the living room, there were the rites. white peonies, pink roses, blue' Miss Lula Lee Wells, sister 01 the irises and a mixed bridal bouquet bride, was maid of honor and of 'gypsophifo, columbine, daisies'Mrs. Lillian Meineo was matron or and phlox in the three colors. honor. Pat .Murphy, wns best man. All are of Ingtewood. The "briue wore a powder blue wool dress with rv navy and powder blue .plaid packet and a corsage of orcnlds. Her accessories were coffee cream beige and brown. For "something old", she wore an heirloom amythest broach that has been in her family since 1353. Mrs. Roberts, a graduate of AJiiarillo High School, is service representative for the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. For the centerpiece of the tea tabte, blue' irises were used. About the dining room were bouquets of syringa. roses and snow balls. The tea gowns and flowers worn by these who entertained the guests emphasized the same colors. The guests were greeted by Mrs. Marvin Robinson. In the receiving line with the hostess and Miss Borum were her mother, Mrs. Edgar P. Borum, her fiance's mother, Mrs. Joseph Alexander, and Heads Dyess Class church organist. This service will take the place DYESS, May 2.—Miss Margaret of the regular evening worship Baumez, daughter of Mr. and Mris. service of the church. The public EC! B;. 'Baumez has been selected is cordially invited to attend, ac- valedictorian of the senior class cording to the' Rev. S. B. Wilford, pastor. Baptists Establish High Attendance Goals Attendance of 819 at Sunday School and 300 nt Training Union meetings tomorrow at First Baptist Church is the goal of workers in thc annual Spring revival of the church which i.s now in progress. The Rev. O. J. Chastain. pastor, will speak on "A Call To Back Sliders" at the morning .service at 10:40 o'clock and on "Hell" tomorrow night at 7:45 o'clock. Sun- LARGEST SELLER AT lOt -^Sunday Special PALACE CAFE .... ' (Air Conditioned) Baked Chicken with Currant Dressing The bridegroom Is a son of Mr. day school is at, 9:30 a. m,, and and Mrs. J. H. Roberts of Osceloa. B. T. U.. sorvicos are at G:30 p.m. Neither the morning or night services wen: to be hold today. Norman Ferguson, educational director of Fort Smith Baptist A graduate of the city high school, he was connected with Borum Drug Store for lour years. Before- entering the service, he \va.s vocalist for Dick Mill's orchestra. I Church, is conducting here. the music Desert—FRESH STRAWBERRY SHORT CAKE WITH WHIPPED CREAM FRIED CHICKEN a la Maryland COMPLETE PLANS FOR SUMMER WORK Plans for the Summer work of the Maple Grove Cemetery Association were made Tuseday afternoon at a meeting of 15 members at the home of Mrs. Snllie Hubler. Mrs. A. M. R. Bran-son was co-hostess. Mrs. John Faster is a new member of the group. After it was announced that a new power rnowc-^ had been purchased, the business session was adjourned. The hostesses served iced drinks with cakes, * * * MISS DAVIS HAS PARTY FOR CLTJB. Miss Patty June Davis had the , Cee-Que Club party last night at ' the W. D. ChamblSn home. Play ing with the club members wer The sun varies in brightness j over an 11-year period as the sunspots wax and wane. at the Dyess High school, and Lcroy Pierson, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pierson has been named salutatorian. Miss Baumez has a straight A record. Recently she won a years scholarship at Arkansas State College. Jonesboro. the award for the best collection of original poems, she also received this .schools .scholarship medal the past three years and was voted the senior most likely to succeed in a recent who's who contest. She won first place in an English composition contest at Jonesboro State, wns the first president of thc Home Eco- niomics Club, editor at one time of the Dyess Eagle, the school paper of which she is now chief copy reader. She is treasurer of the .senior class, president of the Creative Art Club and is accompanis to the Glee Club and organist fo the Methodist church. She plan to attend college this Pall an start training for Mlssonary work Commencement exercises will b two selections, Mrs. Friend will discuss the "Significance of National Music Week". Of special interest on the program will be a group of old hymn tunes arranged by Miss Weeks. They are "Children of the Heavenly King", "On Jordan's Stormy Banks I Stand". "Amazing Grace" and "When I Can Read My Title Clear." These tunes which are out of print, were sung to Miss Weeks by her father, the late Rev. A. J. Weeks. She wrote the melody of each as it was sung, and later harmonized them. They were used at a Texas state-wide meeting held in San Antonio in 1936 commemorating 100 years of organized Methodism in Texas. They will be played Sunday as a tribute to Dr. Weeks' memory. The program will be concluded ith a suite for (he organ by imes H. Rogers The suite in- udes the "Prologue", "March", Intermezzo", "Toccata". 7 p.m. Christian Endeavor. 8 p.m. Evening Church service. Sermon, "The Five Finger Exercises." Monday, 7:45 p m. Board meeting at church. Wednesday, 8 p.m. Choir practice. Thursday, 7:30 o'clock, Men's dart ball in annex. Friday, 8 oclock. Young people's recreation. After games, there will be refreshments. All young people are invited to come and bring a friend with them. A new class for high school young people is being organized with Mrs. Carl Vickery as teacher. It will meet in the annex. EVERLASTING P U NISHMENT is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches and Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, May 3, 1942. The Golden Text is: "The Lord is known by the judgment which he executeth: the wicked is snared in the work of his own hands.' 1 Psalms 9:1G. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "He that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption; but he that soweth to the" Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting." Gala- 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: "To remit the penalty due for sin, would be for Truth to pardon error. Escape from punishment is not in accordance with God's government, since justice is the handmaid of mercy." p. 36. o cotton. SPECIAL DINNER ..GOc REGULAR LUNCH ..40c held at. the school on May 8. D Kirk Moslcy of -Blytheville wi (bring the Baccalaureate messag India has 22,902.000 acres planted Jon Sunday May 3 at the Hig School Auditorium. THE CHURCH OF CHRIST W. Main St. off Highway (il Oscar L. Hays, minister Bible study, 9:50 a.m. A class for all Come bring your children. -Preaching, 11 a.m. Subject, "Which Church Must I Join?" Young people's class, 7:30 p.m. Preaching at 8 p.m. "The Model Church." 'Ladies' Bible Class, Wednesday, 2:30 o'clock. Bible study and song practice, 8 o'clock. •Every one invited to all of these services. You will find a welcome. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Bates Sturdy, .. pastor Church school, 9:50 a. m., Iveron Morris, superintendent. Morning worship, 10:45 a. m. Pastor's subject, "Service in Dis- Vaughn. Mrs. T. B. Burns is recovering at Baptist Hospital in Memphis where she underwent an operation this week. Mr. Burns is with her. Grover Clark, who became seriously ill last week end, has been taken to Veterans Hospital in Memphis for observation and treatment for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Asher and Mrs. Linnie Duke visited their bother-in-law, Lois Reid, who is seriously ill at a Holcomb hospital, Thursday night. Mr. Reid, who formerly lived at Cooter where he was in the grocery store business, underwent an operation Tuesday. His condition has been critical since. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lester, Mrs. Chris Weintzell and daughter, Carrie Polk Weintzell, went to Memphis f Thursday night to meet Sergt.-. s ' Chris Weintzell Jr., who came home on a short furlough. Sergt. Weintzel, who is with the Army Air Corps, has been stationed at Daniels Field near Augusta, Ga., for several weeks. His father, who is employed on a, defense job in New York, is expected home this week end for a short visit. C. P. Howard, former mayor at Steele who has been seriously ill for some time, became much worse yesterday. His condition remains critical. At The Hospitals Wall's Hospital Billy Payne Sanderson, Luxora, ismissed. Mrs, Preston Ooff and baby, Rt. city, dismissed. Blythcville Hospital A son, born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack -Slaten of Holland. Mo. The boy weightec six pounds and one ounce. Mrs. Ralph Davis, city, dismissed. Mrs. Roxy Keith, Leachville. dismissed. TEMPLE IS REAL Eleventh ami Ash Streets Rabbi Fizer W. Jacobs Services at Temple Israel will bo held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock Rabbi Jacobs will speak on "Can We By Searching Find Our God?" The public Ls always welcome. Sunday School will be held at 1:30 o'clock. The Rabbi is ably assisted by .Daniel Tonkel, Guy Rubenstein, Mrs. L. K. Harwarg, OLD FASHIONED REVIVAL Charles E. 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