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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 9, 1942
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&GE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1942 CHURCH NEWS Social Calendai Woman's Council* First Christian Churclv, meeting with Mrs. J. C. .Ellis, 2:30 o'clock, Woman's Society of Christian Service, First Methodist Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Circle One, Woman's Auxiliary. First Presbyterian Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. T. J. Mahan; Circle Two, Mrs. Jack Brooks; Circle Three. Mrs. Ross Stevens; Circle Four, Mr.s. L. D. Chamblin, 7:30 o'clock. Woman's Society of Christian. Service, Lake Street Methodist Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. H. E. .La,S.hct. Mrs. Clyde Abbott entertaining Three Quads Club. Business and Professional Woman's Club having Mother-Daughter party, 7 o'clock, at home of Mis,s lone George. Woman's C}ub sponsoring Com- munitv sing, 8 o'clock, -at club house. TUESDAY'S EVENTS A M. R. Branson and Mrs. McCutchen entertaining Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, i o'clock, at Hotel Noble. ' Junior-Senior Parent Teacher Association meeting 3 o'clock a;t school preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Emma Kplen entertaining Bi-JM(oiilhly Bridge Club. . Double G Club meeting with Miss Frances Holland. Hiliha Club having dancing party nt American Legion Hut. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. L. B. Walters entertaining Chatterbox Club, --Mrs. w. W. Shaver haying Wednesday Contract Club. Chapter D, P. E. Q. Sisterhood, meeting" 1 o'clock with Mrs. A. Conway. Sisterhood' of Temple Israel meeting 8 o'clock with Mrs. Max Borowsky of Manila. B'Nai B'rith meeting 8 o'clock xvilh William Borowsky .of Manila. THURSDAY'S EVENTS. Mrs. Ed Cook entertaining Double Four Bridge Club. Town and Country Club meeting frith Mrs. C. C.' Lahgston. Mrs. Sam Sikes having Triple Table : Club. • Mrs. John P. Lenti entertaining Thursday Contract Club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. D. Godwin entertaining CBC Club. Accessory Harmony Party Honors Bride Miss Virginia Mai-tin, daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Tom, F Martin, entertained eight guests for a bridge party at ner home yesterday afternoon complimenting Mrs. A. Stf. Heringer Jr., recent bride. Mrs Heringer, the former Miss Jean Stacy, daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. E. A. Stacy, is being compli- niented at a series of affairs. A miniature bridal couple at an altar was arranged in' the center of the dining "room table. Spring flowers in pastel shades were used throughout the home. The dessert course served alter the games was also ia the pastel cojors. ... 'High score prize, vases, went; to Mrs. Noble Gill and second high prize, a vase, went to Miss Marguerite Armstrong. The guest of honor was given silver. Bite of News DLA.STIC threads, so supple they can be handled like fibre, make this lacy mesh bag of medium price. Josef designed it, with mesh handles, a solid plastic frame. It comes in red, white, navy, black, beige, or brown. Its rough texture harmonizes with the texture of line huge star cartwheel. Mrs. Pope Has Party The Hotel Noble was the setting for the bridge luncheon given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Walter Pope for 12 givests. Luncheon was served in the Colonial Room and cards followed in' the Rose Room. A centerpiece of mixed garden flowers in the pastel shades was used on the table at which the three course luncheon was served. In the Rose Room, there were bouquets of peonies and roses. High prize, a crystal vase, went to Mrs. J. Louis Cherry..Mrs. Ralph Kennedy, who recently came here from St. Paul to maks her home for a few months, was presented a guest gift. * si Entertains At Supper Mrs. Coleman S. Stevens entertained eight guests for a supper and bridge party last night at her •home. Supp-r was served b.uffet.>style PATRIOTIC MOTIF TFSED FOR CBC PARTY The patriotic motif was carried out in the CBC club party given Wednesday afternoon by "Mr. R. A. Copeland at her home. Red and white peonies in blue vases were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Arch Lmclsey received high prize, Mrs. C. J. Little, second high prize and; Mrs. R. L. Jackson, bridgo award. Following the games, the hostess served a dessert course. * * a PIIEBEAN CLASS MEETS AT PARK Eighteen members of the Phebean Sunday School class of First Baptist Church had a picnic - at Walker Park yesterday. Mrs. Roy Rea was a visitor. Wieners and Marshmallows were roasted. The teacher of the class s Mrs. Roy Head. • * • NAME SON OF PKESTOX GOFFS , Tlie son born to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Austin, of Jonesboro, Mrs. H. L. Hudson of ^ooaeyille, and Mrs H. M. Alford of Houston, Miss., will come tomorrow, to be with their brother, Rush Austin, who will leave .soon for service with the U. S. Army. Mr. Austin returned Monday from Little Rock where he underwent final examination before Induction/ Mi's, Leslie Hooper returned Thursday night from Memphis where she spent two days with her daughter, Mrs. J. P. Newt'U Jr., aud Mr. Newell. Mrs. William R. Whi.tehead is spending the week end in Little Rock with, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Crook. •Mr. and Mrs. S. J." Rogers have gone to Chicago to spend a month. Miss Med.rith Hancock and Miss Marguerite SJlass are spending this week end in Conway with their mothers. Miss Christina Drimynond has gone to Little Rock to be the week end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Driumnond. Harvey Morris returned Thursday night from Harrison where he attended the state Lions' convention as a delegate from the local group. En route home, he visited relatives in Heber Springs. Miss Margaret Rose "Anderson, a .student at Chillicothe Business College, who is visiting her family Ln Csceola, came to spend the week end here with Miss Ernestine^ Smith. Mrs, H. H. Houchins was removed to her home yesterday frojoi Memphis Methpdist Hospital where she recently 'underwent a rnajpr opeVa- tion. Mrs. Vena Henley of Flint, Mich., is the houseguesi of Mi 1 , and Mrs. E. R. Jackson nnd other friends here Xor a. few days. Mrs. B. A. Sugg and Mrs. George W. Barham went' to Caruthersville, today to judge a flower show there. Mrs. Charles G. Morehead, who has been attending the • University of Iowa. Iowa C.'ty, is. expected to arrive home this afternoon. r i>, . ,. .•...«_ o<jn uui 11 LU .mi. UJ.IU IVUJj. from, a table centered with pink, .piston Goff April 27 has been rosebuds. Talisman roses were used named Preston Larry Goff. Before on the small tables arranged for cards. Mrs. George M. Powell received .high . score prize, cologne, in the games. A gift of cologne was also given Miss Sara Morgan, of Dell, who is the bride-elect of Wsldon Rainwater, of Walnut Ridge. her marriage, Mrs. Goff was Miss Ruth Gunter. MOTHER'S DAY h Mother's Day. Sunday is Mothers Day and it carries a deeper meaning this year-and many more Mother's pay Flowers will speed by telegraph to. waiting Mothers. Wives and Sweethearts than in the calmer stay-at-home years. It's the day that deserves Flowers. Entrust your Mother's Dav order to IpSATOTO Home of Flowers. We areTo^ed memS ol the Telegraph Florist Association and for twenty vears have handled, all telegraph flower orders for Blytheville. ~5L^ e S 1 ??.! 1 '^ to W* ca . re of , y° llr wants with beautiful Garto wear a: Blooming Potted Plants by the hundreds in oiu- own greenhouses. Boxes of assorted plants that will please any Mother. ° n this day of days made BEATON'S HOME OF FLOWERS Phone 549 200 E. Davis Marriage Licenses Number of marriage licenses issued fro mthe Blytheville office sued from the Blytheville office during the past week and ranged from California to Pennsylvania. In addition to weddings already announced, licenses were issued to the following couples: Floyd Pieman and Mrs. Juanita Seasam, both of Castroville. -Calif., Boyd Atkinson and Miss Frances Cole, both of Manila, J. B. Husbands and Miss Settle Jo Hargett, both of Biytheville; Charles De- witb Clark ami Miss Essie Lee Davis, both of Biytheville. by Magistrate Cassidy. Hubert Northcutt and Miss Katie Jack Haley, both of Blytheville. by the Rev. H. Gream; Mai-shall Hail of-*Iales 'Point, Tenn.. and Miss Rosa Caraway of Ripiey. Term., by Magistrate Cassidy: C. W. Jones and Miss Mary Nell Colcmau; Paul Burks and MLss Ethel Cole, both of Blytheville by. the Rev. H. Gream: John Munro Lovelace and Miss Laura Burr Rives, both of Philadelphia, Pa., by L D Capell. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH X8tb am4 Main H. Cream, pallor Walton Kilburn, Music Director i;:4.5 a..n.i. Sunday School Officers' meeting. 10 a.m., Sunday School. R H. Bel.knap, .superintendent. 11 a.m., Preaching. "The Power of the Gospel." 0:45 p.m., B. T. U. officers' meeting. 7 p.m., B. T. u. Jim England. director. 8 p.m., Evangelistic services. "Does God Love the Lost?" 8 p.m., Wednesday, prayer meeting, officers' meeUng, choir practice. 8 p.m. Friday, Brotherhood and W. M. S. meetings, FULL GOSPEL TABJERNACLK Ully atul Viue «Xs. Clifford L. i'tuicker, pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Jr. P. Y. P. A.. 6:30 p.m. Sr. P. Y. P. A., 7 p.m. •Evangelistic services, 8 p.m. Yoixsg peoples service. Tuesday 8 P.W. Prayer meeting Bjble study, Friday 8 p.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH West You CHURCH OF CHRIST Maui SlreeL off Highway <J1 Oscar L. Unys, minister L are invited to attend Bible classes, 9:50 a.m. Preaching. u a.m., Subject, Mother, Home and Heaven." Young People's class. 7:30 p.m. Preaching at u o'clock.' Subject: ["he Wise and Foolish Virgins." Ladies' Bible class, Wednesday, 30 p.m. Bible study and song practice, Wednesday, 8 p.m. Come. You will find a welcome. CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION The Rev. J. j. Thompson, paslor. The Rev. A. S., aswitaut Mass at 8 and 10 a.rn., Sunday Sunday night, 7:30-3,:30 o'clock, oly Hour for men. in our armed forces. Weekdays, mass at G:30 and 8 o'clock. Now-na to Qur Sorrowful Mother, 8 o'clock. Friday. A. Overhoistr, Minister Church School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship ll a.m. Theme, "Jcciiebecl, the Mother of Moses." Yo,un# People's meeting 7 p.m. Evening Worship 8 p.m. Sermon. subject: "The New Things of the Scripture." Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P-m, , Choir Practice Wednesday 8:15 p.m. You are cordially invited to attend the .services of this church. Visitors in the city are especially welcome. "I will, lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from, whence cometh my help." Psalm 121:1. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Francis Smythe, pastor 9:45. a.m.. The teaching service. W.'Q. Gem-in, superintendent; Ras- seU Barham. assistant. 10:45 a.m., General assembly. 11 a.m. The worship service. Sermon, "The World's Greatest Mother." 8 p.m. Evening Church service Sermon. "Mothers and Christ." Tuesday, men. of the church will meet the men of the Presbyterian Church in a dart ball game at "the Christian Church annex at 7:30 o.'clock. Wednesday, choir practice at 8 o'clock. Jane -Adams and Ann,;Cpmvay Thursday, regular dart ball -prac- WJiite, of Osceola, are 'spending tice at 7:30 o'clock. Come and the week end here with Mr. nnd Mr.s. A. Conway. Mr. and Mrs. J, J Bryant will .spend the week end 'in Little Rock. Mrs. Wilton B. Zedler and daughter, Zoe Ann, returned to V.Dallas Tuesday after a visit here with Mrs. Zedle'r's parents., Mr= antf Mrs E. A. Stacy, and "family. •'''" Miss Winifred Goodrich 'is expected to arrive tonight from G-il- bertsville, Ky., to spend the week; end with her mother, Mrs E: A. Goodrich. Miss Edna Pearl Chapman of Paris, Term., came last night to spend the week end with her parents, Mr. Chapman,. and Mrs. K. W At The Hospitali Births: Blytheville Hospital A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Shelby, city. A .son to Mr. and Mrs. William F. Summer, Porlageville, Mo. Admitted: Mrs, Earl Ham, Roseland. Dismissed: Mrs. Herman Williams, city. Mrs. Paul Kimbr,o, city. Mrs. John Wilson, Luxora. Walks Hospital Admitted: Mrs. James M. Smij,h, Lilbourri, bring someone with you. Friday night, recreation discontinued until school is out. Bernard Gooch will play the organ. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH \VuI.nut and Eighth Q. J. Chuslain, pastor Sunday: . • 9:30 a.m. Bible School, Russell Baugh, superintendent. 10:40 a.m., Morning worship. Special music under the leadership of Mr!. Norman Ferguson, of Fcrt Smith. Sermon, "Mother" by the pastor. G:30. p.m. Baptist Training Union, Fred Carlock, director. 7:45 p. m.. Evening worship. Mixed quartet singing "My Mother.'' Sermon: "A Glorious Heaven," pastor. Wednesday: 7 p.m., Officers and teachers meeting. 7:30 p.m.. Mid-week prayer service. 8:15 p.m., Choir rehearsal. BPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street Sunday: 9:30 a.m.. Bible School, G Abbott, superintendent. 6:30 p.m., Baptist Training Union, George Ingram, director. C. TEMPLE Eleventh awd A,sii Streets Rabbi Piz«r W. J.acoW Services at Temple Israel will be conducted §unday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rab'bi Jacobs will speak on "Can We Find God?" The public is cordially invited. Sunday school will be conducted at l:3.0 v p.m. A Sunday .school picnic \yill be held at Walker Park Sunday at 12:30, o'clock, May 17. Parents as well as the children are expected. It will be a basket picnic. Children and parents will meet at the Temple at 12 o'clock and will go together to the Park. Confirmation service will be held Sunday, 3 o'clock, May 24. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Lay services at ll o'clock. ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH, OSCEOLA The Rey. J. j. Thompson, pastor. at 8 ajn. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Bales Sturdy, pastor., Church ?chool, 9:50 a.m. Iverson Morris, superintendent. Morning worship, 10:45 a.m. "Ber hold Thy Mother," pastor's subject. Junior League, 6:15 pjn. Intermediate League, 7 p.m. Senior League, 7 p.m. Evening worship. ''His Presence Promised." (Pastor's -subject. VVe will pay honor to the mothers in the morning • worship. The intermediate choir gives, a special number in keeping with the occasion. Let's all be in our places in Church school and the morning and evening worship services. Let any strangers accept a welcome to them from this church. Special Church Services Her Will Honor Mothers Tomorrov PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets J. Esslinger, pastor. , Sunday services: 10 a.m. Chief service. 11 a.m. Sunday school sessions Monday, 8:30 a.m., day school sessions. Sunday, May 17. installation of the new pastor. Watch for further announcement. We invite you to come and worship with us. "A changeless Christ for a changing world." CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Wamau's Clubhouse 141G \Y Main Adam and Fallen Man is the '..subject of the Lesson-Sermon which w *'l be refl d in nil Churches and Mrs. Allen Caraway and baby,'societies or the Church of Christ CWURCIJ OF THE NAZARENE First arid Sycamore Streets Fletcher Spruce, pastor. Sunday School opening exercises 9:45 a.m. Mother's Day program, 10:15 am Dedication of infanLs and children 10:45 a.m. Sermon by the pastor, "Mothers' Ministry." il a.m. N. Y. P. S. meeting, 7:15 p.m. Evangelistic service. 8 p.rn. Pastor's topic, "The Most Popular Road to Hell". Board meeting. 8:45 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m. Missionary meetings Thursday. You are invited to worship with us in these services. Churches of Blytheville in accordance with an annual custom observed throughput the nation will, pay tribute tomorrow to the mothers of this country. Some sons and daughters will be able to be their mothers; others will be far from their homes in Australia, India, Iceland. Alaska and foreign points. Some will wear red roses; others, white. Regardless of the circumstances it will be Mother's Day and she will be uppermost in the thoughts of all. Some of the churches are arranging special programs by their Sunday School students, some are having appropriate music and all are having sermons on, "Mother.". At First Baptist Church, the two weeks' Spring revival will come to a close when the Rev. O. J. Chaplain, pastor, speaks at 10:40 o'clock on "Mother" and at 7:45 o'clock on "A Glorious Heaven." Norman Ferguson, educational director of Fort Smith Baptist Church, who has been directing the music . during the local revival, has arranged special music for both services. A mixed quartet will sing, "My Mother" at the night service. The Rev. James A. pverhojser, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, has selected "Jochebed, the Mother of Moses" for his sermon theme at the 11 o'clock hour. He will speak tomorrow night on "The New Things of the Scripture." Special Mother's day services at First Christian Church will feature a sermon on "The World's Greatest Mother" in the morning and "Mothers and Christ," in the evening by the Rev. J. Francis Smythe, pastor, and organ music by Bernard Gooch. A combined Army and Navy day and Mother's day service will be held at Pilgrim Lutheran Church where the Rev. j. Esslinger is pastor.. Because tomorrow is the day set aside by. Lutheran churches to take an Army and Navy collection with which to build chapels for Lutheran soldiers to worship in at the various army camps, the congregation will have a 'joint ob- .serva.nce. The Rev. Bates Sturdy, pastor of Lake Street Methodist Church, will use (or his morning theme at 10,:45 o'clock, "Behold Thy Mother:" In the evening, he will speak on- "His Presence Promised." The. intermediate choir \yill give a special number in tribute to mothers at the morning worship. A Mother's day program at 10:15 o'clock will herald the special services at First Church of the Nas- arene. Dedication of infants and children will follow at 10:45 o'clock and at 11 o'clock, the pastor, the Rey. Fletcher Spruce, will speak on "Mother's Ministry." Sunday School students of Rill Gospel Tabernacle will present a Mother's Day program in the mcrning. The Sunday school and worship service has been combined into one at .which gifts will be given to the oldest mother present and souvenirs to all mothers There will be special music by the quartet. At the Church of Christ, the Rev Oscar L. Hays, minister, will .speak on "Mother, Home and Heaven" at 11 o'clock. His evening .sermon will be "The Wise and Foolish Virgins." 'Roy Mullen, attorney from Wal- nut'Ridge, will be guest speaker on the _ Mother's pay program at the Promised Land Methodist Church omorrow at li o'lcock, according .o .announcement made by the jev. I>. G. Hindman, pastor of Yarbro-PromLsed Land circuit. Airs Hindman. associate minister, will deliver the Mother's Day message it the church. At the Lone Oak Baptist Church he Rev. W. P. Flowers, pastor, has arranged a Mother's Day s for 11 o'clock. Weathermen To Meet In Salt Lake City SALT LAKE CITY. Utah (UP) — Utah's capital city will be host to the 1942 convention of the Pacific division. American Meteorologist in charge of the U. S. weather bureau .station in Salt Lake City and general chairman cf the convention, said session wo'md be held at the University of Utah. E. H. Bowis. San Francisco, is -society president. Give The Family A Real Treat! Morning, noon, and night we serve the bfst meals to be found in the city, at popular IVm. S. nOT.EN, TYop. - - 65c Table d'Hote Sunday Club Dinner Goff Hotel Manila. Memphis Methodist Hospital Mrs. Margaret Po_sey. Steele, Mo. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Brooks Young, Osceola. Memphis Baptist Hospital Mrs. Ed Dillon, Blytheville. Scientist, on Sunday. May 10. 1942. The Golden Text is: "O Israel^ return unto the Lord thy God' by thine for thou hast fallen iniquity." Hosea 14:1. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "And Movie Lights for Air Defense ! Gocl saw every thing' that he had HOLLYWOOD. : Cal. (UP)-.Screen made - and, behold it was very Actor James Gleaspn proposed to Sood." Genesis 1-31. Gov. Olson a new Hollywood con- I The Lesson-Sermon also includes tribution for air defense. He has > e . flowing passages from the asked authorization, to recruit and Chl "^tian Science textbook, ^'Sci- anti-aircraft unit, utilizing the giant searchlights used for launching movie premieres. ence and Health with Key to the Scriptures." by "Mary Baker Eddy: "God is the creator of man, and ---------- tn e divine Principle of man re- It has been estimated that there maining perfect, the divine idea are about 350.000 American citi- or reflection, man. remain per" zens living outside the States, in normal times. United A cowry is ?. sea shell, frequently used as money in some sections of the world. "I can't telp it, Sarge—if I keep in step I cao't keep " - ~ feet." p. 470. Christian Church Gives $717 To Mission Fund A total of $717 was contributed by members of First Christian Church to the Emergency Million campaign of the Disciples of Christ conducted here recently. Final report reveals that seven units of $100 each were donated as a result of the visit of Mrs. Robert A. Doan of Indianapolis, vice president of the United Christian Missionary Society, who spoke at the church last Sunday. Money contributed to the campaign will be used to support the work of the Disciples of Christ. Read Courier News want ads. Tl's Not Too Late to Send Mother Flowers . . . the gift that so gracefully expresses all your sentiments and gratitude! Whatever her favorites are, you can be sure The Flower Shop has them. We Telegraph Flowers! We Deliver! PHONE 491 The FLOWER SHOP \ Hotel Senior Class Plans To Stage Camedit Two one act comedies will i given Friday night, at high scho, auditorium by members of U senior class as a means of raisii money for their memorial fun "Oh! Doctor" by Richard Drun mond and "The Patched Coftt" ! Pauline Phelps havg been select* for presentation. : In the cast for the first play ai George Hubbard, Sallie Math Herman Posey, Albert Saliba, Ma garet Holland, Warren Clark ai Billie Damon. The s:cond play has the follov ing cast: Maxine Reid, Jean Ba:' ter, Lanelle Smart, Jetty Clai;' Huffman, Joe McClure, Billie Jea Abbott, Allen Rice, Max Harriscf and David Boone. | The class sach year presents 1 senior play, proceeds of which a J added to money raised from coir| munity stunt night and other seniti projects and used for the purpojf of leaving'a memorial to the .schoc David Boone is president of tli; class and Bobby McHaney, manage; of the show. Senior sponsors ar Miss Luna B. Wilhelm and Mi; Elizabeth McHenry. Supply Pastor Honored Students of Pilgrim Luthera Day School surprised their teacht and supply pastor, the Rev. , Esslinger, with a party yesterda afternoon during the final cla: period of the day. The Rev. Mr. Esslinger, vyho sui: plied here following ths resignatio of the Rev. H. J. Kleindienst, wi return to St. Louis Tuesday. H successor is expected to arrive tli first cf the week. Business Women Have Mother-Daughter Part A Mother-Daughterparty will 1: given by members of the Busine? and Professional Woman's Clu Monday night at 7 o'clock at tl home of Miss lone George. I! MLss George, Mrs. J. G. Barndl and Miss Waver chandler are mem| bers of th2 committee in charglf of arrangements for the affair, j! Speeders Have Century Club il PASADENA. Cal. (UP)—Policll charge the existence here of a so called "One-Hundred-M, i 1 e-aiv Hour Club" composed of at least 5t ]| automobilists who race each othe:-j| with "hoppecl-up" cars. Police holtjj the club responsible for accidents. Sunday Special PALACE CAFE (Air Conditioned) Baked Chicken with Currant Dressing | OLD FASHIONED REVIVAL diaries K. Fuller, director Old Hymns and Gospel Preaching KLCN 5:00 p.m. Sundays 1320 Kilocycles. Continuous International Gospel Broadcast Desert-—FRESH STRAWBERRY SHOR r 41 CAKE WITH WHIPPED CREAM FRIED CHICKEN a la Maryland SPECIAL DINNER ..60c REGULAR LUNCH ..4()c TRY ONE OF OUR NEW ELECTRIC GRILLED STEAKS, THEY SIZZLE Four Assurance of Safety for Furs, garments, Fabrics and Rugs! Look For This Seal^ The lock seal is your guarantee. It can be attached only to articles actually stored in certified cold storage vaults, which have been inspected by engineers representing the American Institute of Refrigeration and approved. It means that the storage vaLi.L in which your valuables are placed is modem, that the refrigerating: machinery and other equipment is reliable and in good working onler and that you can depend upon the proper temperatures being maintained and, consequently, »>« assured of absolute protection for your furs, fabrics and rugs. FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 FOR BETTER DRY CLEANING 418 STEAM LAUNDRY

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