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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 15, 1930
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PAGE TWO. H1ATHRV1LLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1930 Items of Personal Interest . Activities'h.!. 1 and News:'.: of Women Society Monday Woman's missionary society of Firtt Baptist church having m<«i&y.?5 ; #asines*: --and:-, program,. the members of tlie Night Bridge making preparations for,a.talc 'to Club Friday at, her pell, begin In lhfc near futurcj;,'.-'. ... In.the card games Mrs' ; . Joe Walr Mrs. G. C. Hudson la iKrloujlf con won the prize. "' 11! at her home on Main street. y~. The hostess served a .cheese.salad • sharron Cromcenes of'H»ytl, ' with coHee. -.'{..••• gut ^t'cnurct);'.,.., •...•,'. ,? V»ftShn-Bijtics. -'••<••: I.-'f •'•• '-•'.'. H. R. Sul! t-^&'ett EpUioW 6ulld : hay-:i. -Mj'is MyVt'fe-'Bariici-iM.'.ljr''.yV.':ller part of t r«-^;'d»j .jfetlpg .with , Mrs-lev'Vaughn, bp,ll^ ;bf'';S>ortaKCVlll4;•' field, Mo,, w: ;«' s jCochtrttky.•' •?•''• ...-'.*...' •'• '••'• Me", *'ere married,'''li«t:>iignt'-by 'attend thc ft L ttp&» [missions ',-p'agetW.; ot' -'the iriftcfi/'V'V '• k .'-7' :•'•.•'••.•""• j'f • ^fe;^,. ;;;.-'.•; Mrs.'.'Georj'e•' 'Mu'lr'.--entertalhlnj Tuesday Luhche<m v club.. Esstptr^ Star;;.meeting; ; at -7:.30 o'clock'. ;':•• - : ;;'.' !... ' - : ' '<'• Wednesday -..,.. Mrs A.'J;'Cole,'-of Wilson; Is lea'dins the Delphian program at the Hpt'ci ; NObVC. • -..' < ' • • • '• ^ Thursday The newly organized Ladles society of the'Lutheran'lchlirch'-, fill meet at 2!30-o'5lcok dti'th; home of Mrs. H.';J.' 'KliendtsO'UO -West Ash street. ' Mrs. C,'W. Affllck having Thurs- daV Luncheon -club."; Young Matrons club party with Mrs.,-Matt' Jr. x ^Jewish Ladles'Aid society meet' ing,with Mrs. Milton Sternberg a 1:30 o'clock, Friday Music departmenl of Ihe Women's Club meeting at the- club house. . . •• •-. • formerly of here, visited friends -' .j'herc Thursday. '' •• •;{.;-.', ' -••' H. R. Sullivan returned'tre.'leir- the week troW'Sprlng- hero he was'called, tp' ........ - funeral of »;; . Justice • Ed .Walker' .wfo> performed j Mr. .and Mrs. $d B*«ll, of 'Cd hp ceremony' \K' tills city. " '• ;.!ola, spent Wednesday '.'• here w r:'- ; . ! :•:. .', -f> ;.-•.'•'-•: ••, > ' . ' '•'.• Wends. • • ' '' Rddscrs-Alifn.'.'- - •'•••;•'".: ' Mrs!' Doric -".Frances Allph'' and Mr. William Franklin ltodsers,,both r>t Leachville, are 'to' be, 'married this afternoon- In.thai,city. Jiistlcc jnony. Givtn.l'iir'ty. The 'boys and girls^of the Central' Ward 4-H - club were '. given'. fi parly by Miss Willie Linn Edwards a l; l^r/Hjmf-Friday/evening:. Games and. ' ejiterUifteil \\\e' guests ' Little Wilson Mrs.' Henry Lavehdar was the O cute |'"_£:Mqs'tIy 'Personal ' : • ' ' • ' ' FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH A /S. Harwell, Pastor Sunday school 9:45 a, m. Morning worship 11 a. m. "Tith|ng As Taugtil In both Old and New Testaments." .. ' . B. -YV P. U. 6:15 p. m. '•'. I Evening worship 7:30 p.' p. "The I Solemn'Days of LXe. 1 ' :• D«piirtmental •'tea'dhcrs .meeting WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Overcoming Racial Prejudice . ,. am Lang, who has boen in tufpp-j'foi 1 several mpnths, is d .to srrlye'honte Hilt! alter ' addition 'to visiting In ibroad she has also been in New Yorlt and -'Detroit tJeforc returning hpmc. ' The International Uniform Sunday School Lesson for Nov. 16. Overcoming Racial Prejudice. Matt. 8:15-13. BY WM. E. GILROV, 1>. I>. Editor of The Congregational!.! The title of our lerson Is rather startling;', for it Is amazing f" realize .that after all those 1900 years . ,.,..., ...-.,. ••:,: M .. , of Christian progress and Christ- The' public U cOrdl*Uy:invlled to | an influences race prejudice In our attend'Ml services.-, -i ,: , ! mo dcrn America and in other parts ' of the world is still a tragic reality, constituting, perhaps-, the deepest and most difficult of all our prob- Typijrieisday 7 p. m. Mld.-wcck.pray- ier jervlee 7!«,. : .<v>*>! /!.. : Th* Tvihlln'Ic rfSrrif*Uu<1nvllori tn *.'•-• ' ' ,,,'--„ J L FIRST METlJODIST (JIllJHCH . ' ! •»' *\ J .«»_^1 B " »-!*'__ P. .Q,':Botie, :V P««br Worship "arid.Eermorijli"a;.ia, and Jem5 7:30p.m.;!;Where'Do'We'GoFrom| ; Some tlmcs 'one hopes that the - --j ' _T f • • _• ,- •• . ' . x - \ . o^Ji 11; iimuo unc nuj/vii niuv. i"' Mrs. James B. Clark, has return- Here'/', subject, (if- morning sermon:; slluaUon u gcltl|lg bet t er anrt thci »H *rr,m-;nni11th»r<iidlli, mho-..- .!,„ 'rhl« lorulfa hr/virll-ncl nupr KT/1M I °' l °-.. . ? v ' b .....,_,. , q. Coijfils.wlli.i»r(orm the;cere- Sunday guest of Mrs Evorett Pet- onv * V'-" *- i : '- : ' '• ( ^' -' !>"•• ' •. •. .', Miss Edith ..Morris- and Mlse . .., , . ed from:;cnruth«rsvl(l« v^here' JiclThis, service broadcast over.KLCN. 'epint c two" diiyjthg'yjajr betn called I At 7:30; p. 'm, the'nri't-pl'a'se- iiere b'y/.'tha-ilealtJiqf'.IilrB, Hlnalrles ot sermons oh the Hgnj«.,Thl3 Bchxljt. i'fc.;'.- '•%' •'/'";• '•. ;. -0. U the flrse Sunday of the 'rie'w, con-' J. v.f Kotfetij.'ot I "aleinphls/.';«lil jcre'nce' year.'. We 1 fan aU*'.'begin . mid' :'dainty' reTreshmciits were served. • • • FaVm Women Mctt. ' . '• = ,' • The 18 officers of Women's, Home •Demonstration . clubs in -.Mlsslsslp-, pi county were guests of Mrs: \Val- tcr Wood, of Luxora, for an nil day meeting today at the court house. A hot lamalo luncheon was served to these members of the county council. Finns. >»:cre . fornnihUci(. .for thp llctha . L»w)i»rn tpent Saturday night,wllh Mrs:.Bill Porter.- ; Mr. and Mrs. H, Jj-Fondmn visited Mr. and Mrs. Charley Peters Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mays' d'f Little'Riv- er vlsllod Ihclr daughter, • Mrs. Marcus Stevens, Sunday. Henry Lavoudar and Layton Howell are attending to business, in Green Briar Rldgc fpr a few days- ..•-...• Mrs. A. Knoboioch motored to Dlylhcville Monday. Miss Edith Peters was a Blythe- vllle visitor Saturday. Mr. Joe Ridings has moved to Floodway. arrive .tonight to spend the week end with Mrs;, Rogers.- • , Mrs.-0. • V.: Sebaugh, who -has •XH In a hospital nt.Ironton, Mo.; ; expected to return home tcday. She it: much Improved. Mrs. T. H. Haynej will go timer Blytheville . ;j. '; •Girl Wins Coveted H«nor. Miss Meredith Davis, daughter of Mr/and Mrs. T. W. Davis of Memphis, who lived liere until several y cur's ago, was the choice of the stil<Jent body at Southwcslern Unl- vefAlly for the "Miss Soulhwcstern 1 : arid ."Most Popular Co-ed" honors In the annual contest staged there Tljursday. Riding atop an avalanche of votes Miss Davis, a senior, president of thc Kappa Alpha sorority and the Woman's Pan Hellenic council, easily won the double honors.' Miss Davis, who Is the niece of Mrs. Virgil Greene, frequently visits her cousins, Miss Elizabeth and . Evelyn Blythe, here where she was a popular member of the school set before moving to Memphis. Thornton-Martin A marriage license was Issued today lo Miss Opal Martin and Mr. Arnold Thornton, both of Yarbro, • » • Havo Benefit Party. Mrs. A. J. Haaga and Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise sponsored a benefit bridge and rook party at the Catholic so Christina.)'.-parly next .'fnontji£ at. Lcachvllle when inembCrsi.of'' Mr?. Pearl Griffon of Kennctt, 'Mo., was the ^uti-l of Mrs. Harwell clubs iv'ill 'be iiostcsses and fcjients Mr.'Charley'Peters attended to ••••'- • ' -- ' ' Rt Hjbcr springs'.. this the members will exchange . liiances-. according tu lUie ."cap- j^eek. right by attending all .the -services. • Sunday school S:« a. in. A inark,- cd increase In aUcndance.t.he last few Sundays. . .,,!.'Junior, Hy and Senior Leagues, 6:30 p. m. to I First meeting of the some violent outbreak occurs which shows that tlvj progress has been very superficial or very limited In its area. A few years ago in cur own land Vfc associated race prejudice largely with the south, and many In the norlh. especially 'in the days of the abolillon movement In New England, pointed t'.ie finger of scorn at the :iave areas In the ' °t tllc I south: but during thc course of TTupi'O .. ... , ,,. , Fort Smith Monday where she is! new Board of Stewards, Every t^ yearT^hilcmce nre ud^ m ^ to attend the Baptist slate con- member Is urged and expected to I ma ' ways has rccc( | c( j i n *'" i,.'iiUon and will also visit her son, ''" "-""•"' Harold Hnyncs, and family. . IK present. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 Mrs. n. W. Oaskins will undergo i P- m. a toiuileclomyrat .thii BlyUicvllle Choir rehearsal Wednesday 8:15 hospital Sunday?" " ' •' I p. m. .... Charles M. Gray, who has been - conllncd to his home several weeks HRST PIIKSBYTEKIAN CHURCH from a Iraclured leg received In i ' an automobile accident, is now 1 Marsh M. C'allaway, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Ray convalescing and will probably be i Worthlngton, superintendent. "A abl» lo be out the first .01 the I class to flt the needs, §f eygry indl- ' '• " ' ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Joe .Watson Mrs. Oliver Coppedge kre phis l,cday. --------- ... ., „ . . .. , , „„„_ . stile" game. The ranking of use- , Mrs, Huston McKnlgbt cial hall Friday afternoon •n'a's attended by 40 ladies. whldh , . O.:K MOJS is expected to.-return and [ today from Chicago where to lias - , vul but inexpensive gifts was also daughter, were Dell visitors Eatur- \, tea transacting business for sev- taken up. .day. Wilson Society—Personal Miss, Grace Moultrlc of Mennshs spent Thursday in Wilson with friends. Jim Grain spent Thursday In Kclser attending to business. Miss Jo Margaret Carpenter -Is very 111, suffering from a sudden .attac koi appendicitis. Richard Ferguson left Thursday morning for Memphis to be with his sisters who live there. • Wiley Hulson and Miss Gladys Barton attended tlie.fpolball G«me in Blythevillc Tuesday. ' • Allpn Fincher. 16cal , .football coach, relerecd Ihe game at 'Ely-- Ihevlllo Tuesday. Lovely chrysanthemums, In reed baskets, afforded the simple decorations, the bouquets being arranged .throughout the room. Mrs. G. E. Keck won the first prize, hand made pillow cases; second honors, hosiery, went lo Mrs. Mi- S. Hancock, and the third |nesday. She was accompanied home , • H. Collins spent Monday shopping in Memphis. Mrs. J. A. Merill shopped in Memphis .Monday. Miss Gladys Clayton, Miss Barbara Frye and Albert Greenwell drove io Joncsboro Tuesday. They all returned that nflcrnoon-bnt Miss vldual." Worship,.U a. rn.- SSbjec);; '3 GrC£tl f"!Animl«lnYI *' '• iv Clirlsilan Endeavor societies, 6:30 p. m. Church, 7:30 p. m. . Hold Classes (or Sunday School Teachers A course in "Applying .Educa- tional'Methods to .-Sunday School Teaching 1 '.: will be giverr; al the First Pi-csbylcrlnn church'Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, . with Miss Willie A. Lawson, coun-I eye operation. SlM will probably tv smwrlntendent, conducting the be able to return home Saturday. pi««u>r - -Louie Story and Marvin Ohap ; Sough ' sponsored':' by;:-.this ^ attended to business in - Ken, church all Sunday school teachers of lhc city arc cordially Invited to attend the meetings to begin at 7:3 Oo'clock and to continue for 45 minutes. Ray Worlhlngton, superintendent of (his school, will.assist Miss Lawson as host at the programs. "l was glad when they said let us go Into Ihe house of the Lord." LUTHERAN CHURCH H. J. Kllendlst, Pastor' Service., an? held-at the Stl Ste- eral days. Mrs. Edgar Borum and daughter, Mary Elizaifeth, are In Memphis loday. ': •...;'.' '. Miss May Laync and Miss Nollie Kerr ar: in Memphly for-thc day. phen Episcopal church. Mrs. H. R. Brandon and Mrs.! Sunday school and Bible class, George Hubbard-,wlll go to 'Mem-| 9:W a - m phis tomorrow for a short 'visit Divine worship, 10 a.m. Sermon with their mother, Mrs.-J. A. Grih-!:oplc: -Jesus, thd Ideal Citizen." dell, who recently underwent an; ratt yesterday. CIIUKCH OF THE NAZARENE 110 Cherry Street A, T. McAnnally, Pattor Eunclny school,. 0:45 a. m. C. E. Cobb, superintendent C. G. Smith will go lo Memphis' Church, 11 a m- Sermon by the tomcrrow to be with Mrs. Smllli who Is nt the Baptbt hospllal. for i treatment. Mrs. Bernard Gocch and **" First Christian Church to Hold Meeting Sunday There will be an Important Hireling of the congregation of ..the First 'Christian church Sunday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, at the church, according to' announcement made today by the pastor, the Rev. E. K. I.ati- ^VIO. -UC14JU1U WVX.VII 41HVI n*.u. . -- • Russell Phillips have returned from: Beginning Wednesday -evening Manila and Leacuville where th-j-Jhe Bible, will be studied .begin attended to business for two days jning with the bcok of Isaiah w tl fr. and Mrs. A. Conway, ac-|tbe pastor in charge. All are in- Claylon who remained, until Wed- n * cr AU ' meinbcrs of ' this chu«h prize, a guest towel, was won by Mrs. J. Nick Thomas. For the low score Mrs. Matt Monaghan jr., received hosiery. Date loaf topped, with whipped cream and players. coffee refreshed the The proceeds of the affair will be used lor Improvements In the school of. the Church of the Immaculate Conception. • t « Mrs. C. M. Gray Elected Vice-President Syriodical. Mrs. C. M. Gray,.av,leadlng figure in: women's affairs of tlie Presbyterian church In Arkansas, was elected vice-nresident of the Arkansas' Synodlcal In thc meeting at Pine Bluff this week. She returned ' last nlghl. She was formerly presidenl of the Preibyterlal, going out of this office last April. • * • Class Has a lArse Meeting. Mrs. J. T. Collins and Mrs. O. W. Lewis were hostesses to.25 mem- beys of the Dorcas Sunday school class of the First Baptist church and 12 visitors last erening at the CoTVms home. Fpr thc devotional Miss Annie Lee Seaman read from the 15th cMpter of John and the class son? "Help Somebody Today" and "The Old. Rugged Cross" were used with Mrs. Alfred S. Harwell at the piano. Mrs. A. Wort was elected president of the class following the resignation of Mrs. J. H. Shoemaker. by Thomas Chandler. Dr. J. S. Wright and daughter- in-law,: Mrs. Joseph \Yrlglit. spent a short while here' wltli Mr. anrt Mrs..Gaylha Porter on their way to Memphis to Join Joe Wright. They plan to return to their- home in St. T/)uis this wceli-cnd. Miss Mildred Wilson and Miss Allic Williford left Wednesday for Little Rock to attend the stale teachers meeting. C. L.'Bird plans I to. go Friday. | L Miss Amells Douglass Is confined to her home because ol sickness. Elmore Harmon jr., is* convalesc- ng fro mn minor operation performed Tuesday. C. O. Williamson attended to bsuiness in Memphis Tuesday. are urged to attend. Hosmtal Notes A. L. Neely jr.. Sehath, Mo., was admitted.lo the Blyltievillc hospll- al today. pastor. N. Y. P. S. 6:30 p- m. Kenneth McAncHy, president Evening worship, 7:30 o'clock. compacted by their niece, Mrs.;vited. Godfrey White, of Osceoia, will. CARD' OF THANKS We wish to thank our manj friends who expressed their sym pathy in our recent bereavement in the loss of our dcnrty - beloved husband, son anrt father. Ed McGhee, who died on November 15th. I MRS. MAUDE McGHEE •'.-•• aild Family. leave Monday morning for .Marshall, 'Mo., where they Kill • Spew! a week or ten days with Mr. Conway's mother and Mrs, While's father. Mrs. White will also go to Columbia, Mo., for a brief stay with Miss Vivian Dlllahunty at the university. Mrs. Charles ' Martin and Mrs. J. A. Leech arc. In Memphis today. Miss Mary Lynn Bass, who un- dcrwcnt an operation at the Memphis Baptist hospital yesterday, Is resting very well today. Mrs. George Mcl«od, who under- rent nn operation at the Memphis Methodist hospital - yesterday, is. resting fairly well todny. Mr. McLeod relumed last nisht. Second Baptist Church • i E. ,Z.( Ncwsom,. Pastor.' •< Sunday School 9:45 A! M. W.'ll Blaylock. Superintendent. south, it has grown !n the nortli. |j and the line between white and black in certain areas of northern society.and In.the minds and dispositions of many Individuals L? as harply as it ever was in any other art of thci country. On the other hand, in many rarts where raoe prejudice al one , Ime dominated almost every! icxi- Malt 3-5 13 tod[^'fnd' 8 c r onsideTaTorha"| And when Jesus was enter'ed imVcopernaum, there came unlo te«n made, and many Individuals', him a centurion, beseeching him, argely because of their effort to And saying, Lord, my servant lieth at home sick of the palsy, make Christianity a practical realty, 1 have came to an entirely dif- erent attitude. Some Progress Made In my own circle of friends are some Christian men and women rained in the south, whose forbears were ovmars of slaves and defended the institution of slavery, who are today among the foremost leaders in seeking Justice for all without regard to race or color. The problem of black and white in America has been so acute that we have not, perhaps, realized the extent to which racial prejudice is found outside that particular area, out as our American common-. wealth has grown in population and in the heterogeneity of Its 120,- grievously tormented. And Jesus said unlo him, I will come and heal him. The centurion answered and said, Lord, I am not worthy '.hit thou shou'.dst come under my roof: but speak the word only, and my servant shall be healed. For I am a man under authority, bavins soldiers under me: and || I say to this man, Go and he goeth; and to another. Come, a;xl he cometh; and to my servant, Do this, and iie dccth il. When Jesus heard it, he marveled, and said to them thai followed, Verily I say unto you, I have not found so great Taith, no, not In Israel. And I say imlo you, That many shall come from the cast and west, and shall sit down with Abraham, and Isaac, and Jacob, in the kingdom of heaven. But the children of the kingdom shall be cast out into outer darkness: there shall be weeping and gnashing of tecih. 000,000 inhabitants racial prejud- I And J«us sa 'd ""to the centurion, Go ihy way; and ac; tliou ices- manifest themselves in various i hast believed, so be it done unto thce. And his servant was ways and with various degrees of acuteness. In some sections it is strongly marked against the Jew, in other sections it discriminates against the Italian or other peoples from the . southern Mediterranean area. There are still places where it operates against the Irish, and other places .where th.? Irish, in the ma- healcd in the selfsame hour. profess to believe in the Lord Jesas overthrowing race prejudice anrt Church service 11 A. M. 7:30 P. M. By th3 pastor. B. Y. P. U's. 6:30 P. M. We want and '/manifest it against who have come to America in succeeding waves of immigration. Christ can still retain within their hearts and attitude the rule of prejudice, distrust, and hate. How are we yoing to overcome of building up a society in winch it does not exist is nol by :uiy means as ample as the prniciplvs upon whicli it rests But these prejudices except as they the problem is difficult is there any were overcom.3 in New Testament' warrant for our failure to solve ii, times? The New Testament is, in |or uny warrant for our establishing fact, a very instructive 'document rin our personal lives coufses'of.'cbn- in dealing with all thciu things.' duct that are at variance with thu What U aieded Is to give new I high principles of love aiiU'juslicc Yet when we conv2 to study • meanings in belief and practice to to all? what our race and nation has given j what we call godliness. How can Much can be done to establish ""'n" th 'mpmhrrJ to thc w °rld, the treasure Is very 'a man be godly, and yet have pre- [right relationships through law, « B ail inc memou-i marked. When we . consider the judice in his heart toward his but after all the true solution will present nl the B. Y. P. U's Sunday evening. Remember the subject Sunday night at 7:30 will be "The Unpardonable Sin". Come If you want to hear this subject discussed. we realiiK that human i of a different color or speaks a lature partakes of all these things ' different language? Does God have alike. We are members of a com- j these dislikes and prejudice? Is mon humanity, In a common world, jhe really the God of all men, or is | strive through their individual con- vith a common God and Father. | he the God simply of white Anglo- duct and influence to make this ultimately the law and custom of the society in which Ihey live. 'Llfe expectation has been increased from 48 to 58 years In the last two decadas, according to the MAKE IT YOURSELF All children love scrap-books. You can make n most attractive one Employes of Lee Wilson Co. are I U. S. Public Health Service. j for a Christmas L'i't at little cost. r; ' : 1 —— — | Use colored paper cambric, four | or live different sheets of it, cut in ! half-yard lengths. Each sheet makes two pages. Pile them all on top of Where Is the p'nycr \vho dees not receive a thrill when ho lias successfully'' executed a squeeze piny? Undoubtedly most interesting squeeze is where you force one. opixnient to squeeze the oilier. An example ol Ihis play is given in the following hand: 1 thr llicldinj \ _ At auction, 'the .bidding 'would Talks by the pastor, the Rev. Al-' be Soiith one no trump, all pass, fred S. Harwell. John B. Lane, su-1 At contract, although thc !:nnd pertntendent of thc Sunday school. |docs couUin -a four-card diamond arid' T. H. Haynes, superintendent i sl 'it that is biddable, (he ixxssibili- ARTICLE XO. UY WM. I-:. MrKHXNF.Y Scrrclary American Bridge Lrapic As he has no in-curd, lie must .hope " for his partner- to. get in 1 and re- lur'n the spades to him. Therefore [ the four is played by West, dummy ploying .Ihe nine. Declarer now runs'tour diamond itricks, .winning Ihe 1 last trick : in dummy-with the ing. East follows with the jack of iampnds and discards thc deuce of arts 1 and the. deuce and five of lurk'" . i i'-'"I." ' ''•" . . The declarer has only eight of, the adult department disclosed I the,activities ot this class and thc ' . - ..part it plays in Sunday school claratlon, therefore South should lies of going game'are far better in no trump than in a suit de- workings. Mesdamcs G. A. Sasse, J. B. Foster, Frank Seaman and J. W. Mar- bid one no trump, Nortli would take his partner to Uo no trump, Soutli three no trump which shall took parl in a playlet and in j would close the contracting, concluding the program Mrs. Paul KORTH L._'-Tipton and T. H. Haynes sang S—1-9-7 a 4 uel - WEST H-K-7-5 A shower of gifts for Miss Norma^Cothran, who is at thc Booneville; Ark., sanitarium,, was prepared for shipment. It.: was announced that the December meeting will be held with Mrs.. Frank Simmons as hostess. AVjp'late lunch of salad, sand- wictfes, cake and codec was served. Witeon-Coggins. jfa marriage of Miss Dorothy Cog'gins and Mr. Clifton Wilson, ' wests longest and stron-cs bothy of Wardell, occurred 'iiere yes • • • ' ' WEST S-A-108-54 H-J-6 0-9-8-73 C—7-3 D— 1 C~K-J- SOUTH— DEALER S-Q-3 '. H-A-9-4-3 C-d.10-4 ;' The Pby longest and tcrday. Justice Ed Walker performed the ceremony. i-!' ' " • Has Clab. Miss Meal -LuclwU - entertained suit is spades. The five spot, th fourth best spade, bhcnkl b opened, dummy covt-ri wi'.h th seven. East winning the trick wit the king, declarer plays tr.c three >ains and soirows and the joys and I neighbor becauj.; that neighbor is'come as individuals have ' ' to practice in their own lives thc Gospel of Jesus in all ils breadth and inclusiveness, and as they 'ach oilier and cither punch holes shut s.tllch It clown to.-keep closed. .... , Around the edge of each ,vust hold another spade, otherwise . do a blankcl sWch in co!orc(| woo ,_ .If you lace ..the t book together, do it with some of the wool you arc , . . , j. ll.MIl ukllVI itlLll tullll ULIILUIL ricks in sight-four diamond ; , hro h thc ccnlcr to ',„„, H ricks, o sMdewor hearts, and « i llko >> , llb ' '^ 'thr Cast haiid. lie 'realizes' thai East" West would have won thc spnde | hrce hearts and three clubs. Declarer's only chance lo go game Is .0 throw West in the lead with thc, jack of spades and force \Vcs-t lo I using. To make it personal, cither pri color or work wiih cad, the name of the lit! .;• West' winning ace/ West leads the ten dummy discarding Ihe five ot hearls. East is now forced (o discard lhc nine of clubs and declarer discards the four ol Ihe not. (east, attach a pair , o! blunt, round-end sclssois for the 01 spades.; ]n . iva i c tw . 0 { the scr.ip-book owner. If yon want to do Hie ihl thoroughly, you can include x tube o! paste also, so little Johnnie or in us/ ,.t«e West'continues with the eight -Wlr "•,%i^''M *«'mimte * or ipades/ dummy.discard,,* the ,« £ ™ ffi y ^ '„,"^IL ?* b ? of; clubs-and East Is. hdiiicss. <-K T^ m -.,«,h> •" •:' W.'jdiscards a heart, tl:c declarer I M ,. ^ ^. g^ discard a heart -and cash the four: j lvs E _ G . H ankins. who has remaining tricks b „ h honw Mi. i0uri By forcing Wes to own partner, the declarer has . JvenuCi ls naw lniprovlll :;. :East : murns.tbe : 5lx oVspifies,' de-'|c?5siully ,made-}tr;e«.no trumpj:; , . R - eacI courter-NeW> Want Ads.'v i. .':[., And the amazing tiling is that those Saxons,? The jiiiblic is cordially invited who believe in this God and who It is true that the problem of ST. STEPHEN EPISCOPA CHURCH motor and running gear are dam- Kansas Preacher Held Cor. 15:49. n 'As we have borne the aged. Just hov; tlia fire caught is On Extortion Charge image of the earthly we shall also E. Burke of Mnri- toar thc image* of the heavenly." thought to be defective wiring. conduct services Sun- Wednesday evening service, 7:45 day morning, 11 o'clock. WICHITA, KANS., Nov. ID (UP) —E. W. Parks, ordained Baptist p'clock : Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. All are cordially invited. A.A.A. Will Retain LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH W. J. LeRojv Pastor Sunday .school, 0:45 a. m. pastor, giving h:s address as To- Four- Year Grid P.ule in city jail here while officers investigated his allowed attempt to extort $5,000 Iroin Ed Hawkins, Wichita oil man. Car Destroyed by Fire LITTLE ROCK.— Revision of thc Church, 11 a. m. Subject: at Cardwell Oil Station Arkansas Athletic Association rules Midnight Visitor." last year by which new limits would have been set upon the term of Church. 7:30 "Moving Day." MacUONAl.D's DAUGHTER HONORED OXFORD, Bug. (UP)— Sheila, Tlie six-cylinder Chevrolet coach competition for high school athletes belonging to Mr. and Mrs. A. R. was set aside yesterday at thc an- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH E. K. I.alimcr, Minister Sunday schoolT9:45 a. m. daughter of Prime Minister .Mac- Flippin of Cardwell burial Friday nual meeting of the association held Donald, has been elected seven o'clock. Mr. at the high school auditorium here. ath- , f tl:c Somemlle College hockey Flippin had driven the car to his Under (He present rules an service station, the East End Ser- lete is permitted to compete four Communion and sermon, 11 a. m Christian Endeavor societies, C:3i vice Station, and was changing the years. The new rule, which was to batteries on thc car wl:cn it caugh; In the school year 1927-28 (here have become clfcctivc January limited competition to CHRISTIAN SCIKNCK C1IURCI Services are helrt on Sunda morning, u o'clock, in room 104 ol thc Hold Noble. and universities, of whom i';; department, who extinguished four-year jchoois and six semesters t wurc in public schools and •liiii.'IO! in private institutions. in three-year schools. body of the car was a total loss, •' -Subject for tomorrow: Read Courier News Want Ads. Read Courier News Ads. RftbiH

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