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PAGE TWO/; ' SATURDAY,; JUNE. CHURCH >NEWS FIRST.-MKTHOniST CHURCH Thta Ticket WW Admit Mr. -md Mrs. J.-B. CUmo , • " W}Uie.vll!e —to the— BITZ THEATER' ' • U4o s^e— |i'-W8T SIPS OF HEAVEN" I FLAPPER FANNY ey i .COPR i»»iv«»SM«ef IMC i M «« u s ru.oir.— : ' Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Circle One. Roman's Misslonarj Union, First Baptist church, nicotine 2:30 cMcrt. at church; Clrc e T^-o Mrs. ivy W. Crawford; Circle Three, Mrs. Well Blaekard; Cir•de Four, Mrs, Shelburnc Brewei; Circle Five, Mr*. W. L. Sty cs; Circle Six, Mrs. Marion Williams. Woman's Wissonary; society. First Methodist church, meeting : 2-30 o'clock al church. Circle One. Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian ^urch^iiieeUnB de h T» r o!' Mrs" J^Nick Thomas; C,rcle Three, Mi's. Roy Walton at 2-30 o'clock; Circle Four, Mis. Hugh Nelson Thompson. 1:-W ^Woman's Council, Hut Christian church, sponsoring picnic supper 6:30 o'clock at Walker Park. : Lions club having bingo party at country club, .eight o'clock. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs 0. P. Tucker and Mrs. W 'A Affllck entertaining Daughters of Aineric»n Revcliitlon, one * o'clock, at Hotel Nolflc. Mrs. Jesse Taylor enlerlainng \oung Matron's Bridge, club.' Tuesday Contract club meeting „ i»j, Mrs John C. MoH^i^y* .Business Women's Circle, Woman's Missionary society First Metn- odist dvurch, meeting T.30 -••"•* FOH SALE t« n io« A. BUILD SUIT TEHAMT Corner Main & Seventh If. B. Williams, minister 'eternal God is thy refuge, ami underneath arc the everlasting arms:" Deuteronomy 33:27. The Lesson-Sermon also Includes | Hie following passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy: Mother O'Sullivan 1 'The time approaches .when mortal mind,will forsake Us corporeal, structural, and material basis, when Bits of -News '/ . . Mostly Personals I aarretl, suiwrintcndcnl. Mojnlng message at 10:55 a. in. 1 "The Place o( Religion hi a Changing World." Kvcnhig message 1:30 p, in. "For- Igivencs* a Law ol Life." This is I Ilio 8lh of a sorics ot sermons from immial Mind and its formations II be apprehended In Science id material belief.! will not In- rlcre with spiritual facts." Page 02. •* "', A Christian Science program Is roadcast next Wednesday :jt 11:15 the Lord's prayer. Dr and Mrs. Robert F. Smart j conic and bring the whole fain iiml son, Bobby, of. Richmond, Vu.. !ly. left tills morning for their, home . The Young People will meet In liter having spent 10 days here their respective departments ith Mrs. Smart's parents, Mr. aiid 0:30 p. m: irs E D Ferguson, apd Dr, Fellowship hours at lhc churcl marl's 'father, J. II. Smaii Sr., r, 0 m 5:00 to 6:30 and from 8:30 to ml other relatives.. . U:30 p. m. Mrs. Frank Simmons will leave Wednesday 7:30 p. in. Midweek the morning for Marlon aiicj.) services. Viana, Hi., where she will datives for two weeks. Marcus Miller and daughter,. MIW Mary Marcus Miller, of Marked | BAPTIST CHAI'Kl ircc, returned to Ihelr home last,, v Sunday school, light after having spent three days ; Revival conthiuin ,orc with Mr. Miller's brother- n : \.. <j;":. £ ', , k > rllc law, Tom Uradsher, and Mrs. ^ n *™ {&n preaching. Bradsher. . .1 ' t'dille Sallba has arrived home from Lubbock, Tex., lo spend, his summer vacation here with Ins parent*, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Sahba. He attends Texas Tech at Lub- .visitT.~ T 'i7msday'7:30 p. m, Choir pvac lice He . in. over KUCN. I.A1U1 STKTJET METHODIST C1IURCII F. M. Sweet, pastor 9:45 a.m. Church school. 10:-I5 a.m. Preaching service. 7:00 p.m, Young People's meeting. 8:00 p.m. Preaching service. '8:00 p.m. Wednesday, prayer ser- vice'' Pai-agoulcl Will Be. Scene Jimmic Lee Brooks will return to Memphis tomorrow after having spent ills two weeks' vacation here will) his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Moll Brooks. Max Usrcy left this afternoon for Camdcn after having spent' a week here with his mother, Mrs. o. Usrcy, and sister, Mis Mavy 1.TK8T''BAPTIST CHURCH ucv K l i£X-v»»« \ Of'Northeast Arkansas o",,, Sunday school. Guthenng_Wcdnesclay 10:40 a. m.-Morning worship: | Ml ... A . L Al ,, i( , k , mission study airman of the Oklahoma Baptist Woman's Missionary Union, wilt be lhc principal speaker nt the Northeast District Baptist W. M. U. meeting to be held in Parit Newest movie mollicr, Actress Maureen O'Sullivan and now baby boy. ) Michael Damicn. She is the wife of John Farrow, screen writer runt I . director. llow do you think a two-story ]>op stand would look?" EVENTS Mrs'"sherdon"Hall entertaining | ^wTdn^Conlxact^b me,;-! Mrs, Charles Dorroh drove to ins wSfl Mrs, H A. Taylor. j Louis, Mo., Monday ar "' Mrs. C. C. Langston (laving Town Canithei'svillc Society — Personal , ., and attendee gn.dualloir exercises of he Mrs Russell Phillips entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. F. B. Jgyner Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Eddie Hegenoltl Mrs. M. T. Burr having Double Four Birdge club. stomnch al'mcnt. Ho is somc- •hat Improved at this time. Mrs. Harold Meek and sons ol Blylhoville nro guests of her mo- Hcrndon and their CompHmtnt Miss HardHi At Shower and Bingo Purty Miss Selma Hardin, bride-elect of Clarence Palmer of Tupelo, Miss wasicomplimenleo at .a.mlscclla neoxis shower and bingo party glvoi last-' night by Mrs. Dick Robert and Miss Delsie Stewart at Ih Roberts' home. of . Miss Hardin, daughtei of Mi R-berl D. Hardin, and Mr. P.ilmc will be married Sunday nfteinooi June 18, at four o'clock at tl First Baptist church. For decorations, bouquets sweet peas, nastiirthnns and othei garden npwers were arranged ab;ut the house. In the bingo gomes which were played, high s.cora prize went to the guest of honor, and low score prize to Miss Winnie Gaull. The :r prize was awarded to Mrs. of Washington University. Mr. and Mrs. John Sawyer left Wednesday for a three week vacation In ' tho East. They w -,cnrt several days in New Yoi t the World's Fair and visit nlncr ulnls of interest while away. Miss Annie Laurie Tipton who us spent thc past.two wccsk here s the guest of her parents. -Mr. Ami Mrs. J. W. Tlpton, left Mon- lny morning for Jolleison City, Mo... where -she will resume nor r crk after )icr. vacation .. ( ;' MlsVs'nclty ''-Hiitlinan who has been a'sUidcnt in St. ^Lmils during lhc school year just closed, arrived Wednesday and will spent lhc summer with her parents, Mr and Mrs. E.' S. Huffman. Mrs. Leonard Wkc and her, Mrs. Emma laughter, Miss Maymo at ionic on West Eighth street. Mr' and Mrs. Fred Neal and laughter, Mildred, of East Seventh street, left early this week for Poplar Bluff, Mo., where they will spend their vacation with his patents. Mr. and Mrs. F. II. and daughter, Barbara, left Wednesday for St. Louis where they will spend several days. Miss' Virginia Belle Luten, dauslitcr of Dr. and Mrs. J. u. Lulen arrived Tuesday and will here with her 1VI, V-*- uui vj i •"-" . „. , , Spain Usrcy. He was accompanied by Hal Moore, who will go on 10 Tallulah, La., where ho is to be connected with the Chicago-M 11 nnd Lumber company. Mr. MOOIC has visited his parents Dr. and Mrs. U H. Moore and family 101 a MeT'Brook S Jr.. of Uttl^Ro* Special music: Solo-Miss Wyuette Shepherd. Sermon —"Are Saints Sinners?" Broadcast over KLCN. (i:30 p. in. Training union. 1:30 p. m. Preaching service—J Special music. Sermon —" ¥ 'J' W ^ 'filings '" "" Not Kno' mid Coming." music, sermon-i mcv ul( ,- Wcdncsday . it was disclos- Wc Know and One We Do I = t whcn thc program {0 i low Regarding Christs Sec- (hc n)1 day mcct i ng w as announc- Wednesday: ,7:00 p: ings. Departmental meet- .. L, spending the weekend here wit his parents. Mr. and Mrs. ... Mell Brooks. ' . ''" ' . Mr and Mrs. E. R. Jackson and daughter. Miss Marilyn, accompanied by Mrs. Jackson s- nleco, Miss Evelyn Jordan, left yesterday morning for points of Louisiana and Alabama where they will spend two weeks. : • •Keen Norris has returned from 7:30 p. m. Mid-week service,8:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal. CHURCH OF CHRIST Henlim M. Neal, minister Lord's Day services: 10:00 a. m. Bible study. 11:10 a. in. Morning worship. 11:45 a. m. Communion. 8:00 p. m. Preaching. Wednesday's services: Bob Elliott Gains Success As Executive Of Boy Scouts Mrs, T. E. Tale, a vice preslden of the state association and presi dent of this district, said a larg number <jf representatives from all six associations of the distric .and several stale officers were ex 1 peeled lo be present. Workers i I the First Church nt Paragould will serve lunch. Oilier district officers are Mrs. C 15. Wood of Luxora, secretary, and Mrs. R. L. Hcnson of Rirn- gould, Young People's leader. Mrs. Theodore Logan is chairman of the 8:00 study. Daily n m Song service and 1 Mississippi County association. 1 Mrs. Aulick's address on " Wl Worlc the s\immer aijc;iki i"^ «i* ....... •"- — i i n m parents. Miss Lulcn attended Buj- lov university In Waco, Texas, lh.s Hester Hawkins of Pine year, Miss , Ark., is spending her ntlon here with her parents, Mr. ml Mrs. J. C. Hawkins, nnd other . Chillies, of Cape Ciirardenu, Mo re spending this week here vi in. willi tlicir husband and r ami oilier relatives and friends They accompanied Mrs. Norms kelson and son home from Cap Maycs Francis Wilson son o Mrs Edith Wilson Moacl. uiulcr- vcnl a tonsil operation Monday n Hits city. He Is making satis- datives. 'Miss Jennie 'Arnold of Thayer, Mo. is the guest of her brother, H N Avnold and Mrs. Arnold at their'home on l!«sl Seventh street. Mrs J I Undenlhaler and daughters., Mary Lee and Helen Ann of Jacksonville, Fla., are the • ' - **•-- Halltesburg, Miss., where she spent da y from 2:30 to 3:15 o'clock. two weeks with her' aunt, 'Mrs.-? Thomas W. Miller, and family: Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samiicl p. Norris. met her In' Scnatobta, Miss., last night. ' Mrs G. D. Brooks will rc.lutn.lt). her home In Martin, Tcnri., Sun-day after'having spenl n week here with Hie Rev. J. T. Hood and fain- J ' l5 MIS5 Frances L'lttlo''|'efi'lhts' atp criVoon for 10 days' visit in point!., of Oklahoma. In Tulsa, she. will be the guest of Miss Marguerite Murray who was her roommate Rt Christian college In Columbia, Mo.; and In Cushlng, she will visit Miss Cordia Swingle, another Christian !,„„, broadcast over KLCN. conditions Call Us to Go Forward' Monday and Saturday from 12:15 will be in keeping with the genii Jc ck to 12:30 o'clock and Sun- „ theme of the program 'Go Forward" which is based on th scripture from Exodus, "And th CALVARY Kl'lSCOI'AI. CHURCH Lord snld-Speak-thal, they 8 OSCKObA orward." Her talk .will be at U._2 Matthew A. Curry, iiriest-ln-cluirgc 7:30 p.m. Evening prayer and sermon. . . Tlnifs'-iny night, eight o clock, 'Executive committee.., meeting at home of Ray.Maddcii... guests of her sister, Mrs Arno n Tllmaii and other «l»tlvc s and in Uils city. M,u Linden- ILlfiiua "' M"" v-j- - ,. thaler Is the former Helen Powell. college schoolmalc. Dick White '" go lo Camp Mrs. F. W. Sorrcll and Ftierson nenr Jonesboro lomovrmy.- He will be motored over by "' .'•' CHURCH Matthew A. Curry, pric-st-in-rluirc 1(J:GO a.m. Churcti school. Al children who wish to go lo Moini petit Jean lor the 10 day encamp mcnt June 20-30 arc urged t •deck following which the groii •ill be adjourned with prayer to unch. . The morning program will n opened with thc prelude by Mi 5 Mosiey of Paragould. The We're Marching . to t .Zion". .w bo followed*' By- .Hie devotion -tlod Commands a Forward March", and'prayer to be given by Mis J. S. Compere of Corning. The Rev. Homer Reynolds, of Paragould, will give n brief wel- at 10 o'clock to which Mrs. Note: Tills is another informal article about a Klytboville bo.v who' 1ms become, well known elsewhere because of bis work. When' Bob Elliott became a. member of the Blytheville Boy i Scouts 20 years ago he took tlif I rst step which would eventually ead io his present job—that ol ssistant executive of the North- vest Texas Boy Scout council. He hns 2400 Boy Scouts, 300 Cubs and 80 Sea Scouts under his supcr- •isicn in the 14 counties of the Northwest area which is almost one-half as large as the state of Arkansas. His work is that of training outstanding men of towns to become district leaders and to keep in con- lact with adult scout leaders ol these towns, lie also supervises a Boy Scout camp for -six weeks each summer. Although nob has ah enviable position, he has only been in scout work as n leader since 1933 when he accepted thc position of Held executive of thc Texas-Arkansas •Council, with headquarters at Aftcr one year there.'he ILI^I.U -- -- r\ come. Pictures of general en m p O activities will be shown at this f come O T Richardson, of Newp that lime, "- Freeman ,.„ .... of Bloomneld, Mo., are guests of her sister, Mrs. A. O Tllnian and family. She also mine to spend some time with an- son, mother, Mrs. Ployd A. White, nnd do Udell Newsom Joe Evrard entertained thc group .with several accordlai selections A dessert course of Ice crean and angel food cake was scrvc< after the gifts had been opened The 20 guesti then went to Mis Hardin's apartment to sec hs other gifts. ( ) ! Dorcas Class Meets. Mrs Frank Simmons and Mrs. Thcodcre Logan were hostesses to memoes of the Dorcas Sunrtay , school class of HIP First Baptist |- church last night when they mH nt the Simmons home Tlie devotional taken from the 12th chapter of Romans was presented by Mrs H. L Chambers Prayer was offered by Mrs. H. t. Barnctt. Mrs. Allen Rushinj presided over the business session. The house was decorated wit' hydrangeas, regal lilies, sweet peas and delphinium from the Simmons garden During the social hour, the hostesses served a dessert 'aclory progress Nornian Nelson, who is employed nt Dexter, Mo., spent Tuesday eve- oilier sister. Nil's. thaler of Jacksonville, Fla. visiting here. I Ltnrtcu- who nlng In this city with his wife and son. He relumed to his work nrly Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. F. G, Weary . son F O Jr., of Richmond, Mo., arc' guests of their daughter, Mrs Walter Robertson and family incj .xpccl to leave Friday /or their home mid Mrs. Robertson and son sill accompany them and remain visit. course of ice cream and cake. Surprised With Shower Mrs Pearl Summers was prised with a shower given Thursday night by her sister, Mis C. E Sherrm, at hei home Mrs Summers will leave Sunday for Detroit Mich. The 15 'guests played games n rooms decorated with sweet peas ro es arid other summer flowers. After the gifts had been opcnci the hostess "served plate Aiuie Shanks,' daughter of Mrs \lthca Shanks, left several days aro for thc home of her uncle ami aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Spldell who live on a farm near Risco Mo where she expects lo spend the summer vacation _ Mrs. J. U James, who has spcii he past school year in Columbia Mo ai rived Monday evening an will spend the summer here will relalives. ' , . Miss Mary Tipton Ross, who at ,ded Northwestern University at ton HI., has arrived home ""*•> ' 11^., liAi-n Steele-Cooter Society—Personal a soudwlc o'spend'the summer vacation here 1th her parents. Mr. and Mrs. ^.'Kent returned — vciiliw from Conway, Ark., where ,c had attended the graduation f Miss Mary Jane Bennett^ from Hcndrix r.ollcse. Canicn Slubblcficld of ed. > At The Hospital* ' Blytherille Hospital Mrs. Marvin Davis, city, admitted. Mrs Mel Debbs, Steele, dismissed. Ridge Godwin, Armorel, dismiss- Camcn Rock, Ark., and Edgar Stubblcfleld of Now Orleans, La, spent several days here with relatives the first of the week. Their mother. Mr». ^iclla Slubble field, accompanied them home and will visit with her sen Damon In Little Reck for sev- rai months. Mis Ada Martin, who has spent, he past month in Webster Groves Mo, with her son, Dr. A. D. Marin and family, has returned home C S Scott left last, week to Nashville, III., where he will spend Charles Llpscnmb-Howell Of interest here Is the marriage of Miss Bessie lie-well to Ralph Llpscomb which occurred In His home of 'the ofVlcialing minister, Rev D. K. Foster of Cnruthersvihe, Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. The only attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Buf:rd Smith, Herman Whlt- flcld . and Settle Smith. The bride Is lhc attractive daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Earnlc Howcll and tho groom Is the son of Mrs. Onie Llpscomb and tho late Charlie Llpsccmb. Both attended the local school and tho families are well known here. They will make their home in Steele. + , , James Aslicratt Honored Mrs Abner Ashcraft was hostess o a party Thursday afternoon In lonor cf the eighth birthday anniversary of her son, James (S:uny) Ashcraft at their home in Cooler. brother, John White. They will be the dinner guests of Mrs. White's mother, Mrs. W. H. Jones, in Paragould. Judge G. E. Keck will go to Corning Monday wticre he will preside at the criminal division ol circuit court. Mayor Marion Williams Is abl to be out today after having been confined to his be<i for a weck because of ail Infected foot. Mrs. Joe Robbins, of Piggott, returned home Thursday after having spent two days here with her -J<ter-ln-iaw. Mrs. Dan Dnnkiii. and family. Mrs. Dunkin motored her home. lee Goodman, of Memphis, • will arrive Tuesday lo spend a few Ume. •• 11-00 am. M;ruing prayer and 'sermon. Theme. "When the Spirit Is overwhelmed" based en CXTni. Wednesday night, 8:00 o'clock, Vestry meeting al Hotel Noble. All vestrymen 'urged lo. attend this meeting. irkana. irKiunt. r\Li,>.i »"*- j«- . was promoted to the position o * .. ^f !,-_ *T*...kt<t,'n!d field executive of the Texas Council al Wichita Northwest j n 1930 he was chosen to represent Blytheville district of Scout- 1CAHS VjUUll\j" " v ••" , ILDljklv LJJJ vii\--..." . Texas and then to his present . Memphis at thc National At,.tl>.>, .. ,_„! ,,mt, ° .. . . -t T,,... • CJonlll... r.T tc a briel intermission for the ccognilion of new visitors and wives of new pastors. During the next period, called the "Forward March of the District Vanguard," Mrs. Tale will make the president's address and Mrs ncnsoii will make a report on the Young People's work. Reports ,vill be given of the district midget lor fix months of 1038, of the ,,,-...„.. in Ecplember of last year. c ° imcll meeting of Boy Scouts of : He was teaching school at Wynne, Amcr lca. Ark., In 1934 when he was asked ^^ cnt , ulsia6m - f0 r scout work to help organize the Northeast ftr- | exc i u(le other activities, kansas Council »_f Boy Scon f », he widely known as r.uii.aa.3 «ju« .».«•. -- — -* • nriyill 1 * uucn i>in^ij ,*..«.--O. J. Williams, scout executive foi i = m& ,, is extra-cut- * >-.,.,„: r.,, nrtilmnfl iu«""" I J ...,,,.«vml<! the Missouri Pacific Railroad. that time . he recommended ricula minors have been numerous. addition of 1940 district bitdgci, f the nssociationa) supcnsitenrt- "iits of recognition of other asso- dali'onal of (leers and discussion o Aslicratt ..There were 44 little friends who attended. After an aftcrncon at games Uie hostess served pimenu cheese sandwiches, cookies and grape juice. Each gu*sl was pro- o****" •* t _.,....,., o\iH days hero with her E randpaicnls, Dr. and Mrs. P. D. Smith. Miss Inez Thompson, who is ,<t- tendlns the Mclhotiisl hospital School of Nursing at Memphis, is the guest ot Miss Annabel Brya'.it and other friends today. Miss Thompson will return to Memphis lomovrow aflcr having spent her vacation in Morrllton with her mother, Mrs. Minnie Thomp- S °Dr. and Mrs. George M. Towel and son, George Keck l\well, o Washington, D. C., left ycsterda for Colorado. Tlie foreign leave o Dr Powell, who Is a captain i the United States army, has b=e postponed until December at whic time he and his family arc ex peeled to be stationed in the Pan nnia Canal Zone. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Deaellc hav to Harrisburg and oth of Illinois to spend sever lT%l. Farrar was in Mem pi i? Mr"'ami' Mrs. C. A. Cunningba ril.GKini TAiiliiiNACLK HO Cherry street O. W. Iloss, pastor 9-45 a.m. Sunday school. 11:00 a.m. Worship service. .,,„„„.,„, „...„ , , 1:15 pirn. YDimg People's sei-vice.^^, 1;ms [01 . w , M . u. training T45 pan. EvanscllsllB services. 5Choo |,hy Mrs. C. II. Ray,, of Lil- 7:15 P.III. Wednesday, prayer ser- ,, e Rcck V1 °W O Bottenbers. district suiwr- intcndcnl, will be with,us Sunday, June 18, in both morning and j veil ing services, MUST CHURCH OK TIIK NAZAUENE I). Beustcy, pastor :45 a.m. Sunday school. Nobl Cullar. supcrinlendenl. Announcement and special musi group from Mrs. Aulick The afternoon set Va.. was ;cout executive ot Richmond, scoulmaslev at Blylhevi le enter, scout leadership wo™ •-=- ; of Uje team in It was when Orady H,,. blnra, l ™^™ ^ n hc wns selected by th'e college faculty as the most that Bob became a scout ^SL 12 :«^" nB ^an^"n^.BupcrvUor. ] ™u,a^ suide^'oi that yea, He „? was also assistant physical educa- &s^7^&xvsz&g n :30 7:1 on subject. "To Whcm Shnll We ,Ve cordially invite you to atlcnd o. esc services. gone , Walts HtspiUl Zula Mae Mailer, city, admitted Mrs Bertha. Butler, Tomato, ad milted. ,i '' . ' Mrs. Lillle V*Uglm, Braggadocio dismissed _ „ Alva Jolifl, Manila, dismissed. Geraldlne Da^ls, Cooler, dlsmlss- -Jchn 5e>mour, Hospital city, admitted. a month with his son, Scott, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Trotter have left lor Texarkana, Texas, where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Trotter have been iiere for several months where Mr. TrblUr was connected with -he International Harvester Company y. B. Eastwood jr. spent Tuesday in Memphis where he attended lo business. Miss Dorothy French and Mrs R, U Morris spent Tuesday son of Dented a balloon as favors and Die guest of honor received a large assortment of gifts frcm Ills Uttle friends. Assisting Mrs. Ashcraft were Mrs. Hcopcr Azblll of Tyler, Mrs Basil McClurc. Mrs. Sidney Miller Jr. and Miss Rubye Tucker. Out of town guests were Gene Brown of Stcelc, Dorrls June Hcr- cll and Bobby Waters of Tyler and ack I'cllard of Yarbro, Ark. Bluctiiids Respect Malls BUTTE. Mont. tUPl-Thc post- office department and Charles Bessette are entertaining Uielr animal tourist visitors here. The guests arc a family of bluebirds who for the past 10 yeais have built their arc'expccted^lo return today fro Jttle Rock where they went ye Annabel Bryant and M W S Langdon have returned fro Llitlc Rock where they spent week Mrs. Langdon visilcd daiigiitcr, Mrs. W. T. Royno and Miss Bryant was the guest her mother. Thumb Stapled To Calfs Ea TULARE, Cal. tUl'.-Mike Be ra . helping earmark calves, F forcd the painful iixncrlence having a heavy steel staple dr through his thumb and through the car of a calf on the other fide of a fence. Efforts to remove the staple were futile, and U was ncc- Cullar. supcrinlendenl, the six Cinei ft""= •"" -' 1:00 a.m. Morning ,vorr,hip. Ser- M rct Hutchinson. sta c w. ».n subject "Vc Did Run Well.' u young People's secretary, win the first live aims under tnc of "Going Forward Thrown Chief Aims" nnd Miai state W. jo=o will I then superintendcn , u» -« ^ e ^ c 7 slarkv il,e, and was ;'s talk. | school!, and.the nsi I graduated from Arkansas State ,,, -- =»»«." wi " ,^! SC0 ^ Sam" senior patrol leader college at Joncsboro In 19M opened at 1:30 o'clock with a n>»»i ,nrt Ihp W M U. watchword and um me «• »•• "• »vocnt.ivp. senior patrol .— . «,- - imc year and was also Tnc sol , O f Dr. and Mrs... t. -• elected to serve as mayor of Ely-1 mM - of Blylhevtlta, he was bo thcville on Boy Scout Day. Select- ,_ Mcnn , Art., jnne 11, 1001 wlH Ihcville on j of iead . ng lccu M Robcn L EU . oU H " A. H. Slier of '™;, lh imtll me family moved ns seven •••.in. N. Y- i'- s ' 'p.m. Evening service. Scr- scujs tlic sixth aim. Al 2 :40 o'clock, a memortat pe rlo( , win be conducted by Mis ed by a group of leaoinu -.«.»• ,, nnlnc fi f Robert i,. 11 »' ff^sr^^^ns'^r^'"* =»J«K2SffST:i«-..--. Wilson 1923 and rj. Bennett. At this time, Miss so skilled in the work tra* •»; '- Tclll ,.. latc in 1929 am, . was chosen as supervisor of^ a Boj w Ma , ^ Aa ^ h ^ , 5ob by Scout camp at Joncsboro the same uie> FIRST CHRISTIAN ClUiRCH Main :it Sixth 0 ,,ut^ Sliephcrd will sing. Under the division of " jlhers to Go Forward', Mrs. 'prna^^Mo,^^ dis- id prc-iCumv *n\* »*»*" --- i"" r~ -t\ , c ",l Clmrch-Antio:h" will bo the , io n. "Fnitli is ermon theme. This will be the o'clock ilrd of a scries cf sermons on of thai The New Testament Church." meeting G'45 pm. Youth Council meet- player. 7-45 p.m. Worship and preach- ng. "Christ's Way" will be the heme cf the sermon. I Black. Monday. 6:30 p.m. Basket picnic TOO LATE TO CLASStPV at the park. Wednesday, 7:45 p.m. Singing thc church. ' We most cordially Invite In- public. Strangers In our city especially Invited. We'll try to make you glad ycu came our way. CHKISTLVN SC1KNCE SERVICES I IB S. Broadway GOD THE PRESERVER Ol' MAN Is the subject of Hie Lesson- Sermon which will be read in all Churches of Christ. Scientist, ol Sunday. June 11, 1539. The Golden Text Is "Thy righteousness Is like the great moun tains; they judgments are a s'' ea deep: O Lord, thou prcservcsl mai a&M-wrtE ™, 1 r« ?.-£•£ -vir;;,, —,»—, of the box and leave (be taken to a doctors omce. j n ^ L(!ssoil .3fltmon is the fniinu-ina ., from the'Bible: "The: only one side L. _.- - . sufflcliuit room on the other sidel for mall. Read Courier :sews want ads. , (following* from the puppy- BI.YTHKVILLH .AUNIIKV'S superior service IDS nradc another friend. » lakes all the haril work uul of wa.sb day—and really, '' * not expensive! 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