The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 13, 1930
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PAGE TWO 13MTHEVILLE, (AUK.) COUR1KR \M\VS SATURDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1930.:., =WEKKLY SUN'DAY SCHOOL LESSON Conversion: Its [Nature and Effect LUTHERAN C-limCH I H. J. Klcin.lleiist, I'uslor o' "^.-'- './>' i ?i j ; x aocttty ••: Lalentia r -~ 8?*,tiii Mrs. J. O Harnl^hf^'i\i. 'Uln the Missionary .»o$1«ly-01.,. Second Bjfttlst chtirch.'v, !i : .',"' The Stfjjftephe'n-Episci^l Guild schoo)-g*i,il:30 o'.vi;" 1 - t-vi-;v..-i '• • 'JHe -Altur soci.-!y <..' tix; -church of thp..Jfiiinaculatc Conception Is meeting at'the. rectory- . Th« ^Vomariir Missionary so:!cty. of thf-.-'pfrft Methodist church '.will have^.a.,jiu.sln'es$ nie.elb.ijs'at Ilie church aty^SO.o'cloc^, i '.., . ran . Mrs. J. Nick Thomas Is having the 'Tuesday club. Mis, M>3..@. Christmas, i party for, members of the Voung Matrons club and their husbatKjs. • V Wednesday !*s. Carrol Blukemore Is enter- talnine.' the :isev -'.xrtekly. contract •club.'-"' -'" The Anriofrel :> ; will have a Christmas .program .-iSA Bhizo unr- ty at the sc'tioM." •'- >''••'• * , : ?.- ?,'.'.' '- •'"- -"--Tdity:-. £A ..." ' iclwr'• .sseoclaHon f^'M HjgH-School; Students Pai- '''ticipate' in Program; Dr. H. J..Bassett Speaks. Dr. H. J. Basset!, professor of Latin .at .Southwestern University, Memphis, was the principal speaker at the high school yesterday lor a special program, sponsored by tlie Latin department, In commemorating the 2,000th birthday of Vergil, the poet. Using "Vergil, the Poci" us Ills theme Dr. Bassett greatly Interested his hearers hi an Inspiring nrt- Women of Church Plan Vesper Servke Sunday In CflrryliiB out the theme "Life Dedication," which is used throughout ilie Southorn Prefbyiorlan | cii.nch In December, the Woman's auxiliary of- Uie local church will have a vesper service Sunday af- Bits of News'. Mostly Personal ,\ ''"""itlonal Uniform Sune, H . , . ., , ll3 ) bchonl teuton for Dec. 14. Sunday school and Bibb clasi. I "Conversion. I1 3 Nature and 1:1-, \ a '- l! > a - »'• ; tccf." Acts UZ:3-15. • j Divine worship, 11 a. ni. Ssrmsn [subject: "Tile Lord's Concern of the Spiritual VV;]fare I Church at Lnodlc?.!." for the! dress. His address was supplemented Th«V iP«i*iA -$\ at tlie'icfisbi.,-:; Thfe AVmjrrel I Chrlitmasiilree find :;pr< MY*' trl'J .Tj.'iaita '•»> Yoiirig' ....... 'The TOursd&jrtShib} Trith Mrs. J. Afi'Ekfchj -'•. ..:' Mrs. Harry W. Raines Is hostess to the Mid-We,eJk\'Brld2e,olub. .. To Hire Recital. Mrs. Ramsay JJuncan ^rwill pre- with n program featured wllh .' a | and Service used. play In which rll students . toolt part. The song to t Vergil, ttfon. th« poem, by Tennyson, was sung', by 40 Latin, students; : Alb6rt Taylor gave ''A '9?ord i'of Espltnitlon";'. U. B. Branwin jr.,. gave\'-lh« dtclamrim-' IWul'.Tlie VergJIianJ'Bl-MlillnriUim Atiriiversnry"' aiW the play had thesj. characters: Misses Ruth file- fopr Tuckar, Sue fiutt inibllc Is Sev,;n women will brliiu (^R> In! an Impressive candle service and j automobile several Interesting features have "'B" 1 - tjcen arranged In completing the piogram. The offering will be used for Christian education and ministerial relief. Every department of the local church Is using this thems In their worship programs which will be cciicl.iaed with tin appropriate program on the Sunday evening before Christmas. "Come All Ye Faithful" is the subject of the piogram »'Ith the conrocratton of Life, Love BV WM. E. GILKOY, I). D. Keillor of Tlie CongregaUonatist : . When we speak of converdon we i w r.ut to think of it too exclusivc- HKST Mi:IIIOIMST CHURCH j ly in terms of the transformation | !'• <!• Ilurle, Pastor I of tlie sinner into tlie saint. We, *~ ~— ~~~^ | Wo;-slii;i and Sernion 11 a. in- think ol a man or woman of notor-1 Mrs. P. E. Pox and Mrs. Ramsay 1 and 7:3C p. in. | i'lisly ovil cours? of life, whose sin-' Duncan «lll sixmd the weekend iu I "I:ini?.h's Vision" subject morning' fulness limy have brought about!. Memphis. Mrs. Fox going down to I tcrincn. Morning cervlcc broad- degrcdation, who is suddenly ar-.~ be with Mr. Fox who is in a lies- cast over KLCN. rested in this course of evil or ru In accident Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Schatz, ol Helena who formerly lived here, are guests ol Mr. ami Mrs. A. Gonway. The Rev. and Mrs. met 1 spent yesterday where Mrs. Latlmer consulted "he specialist. - Mr. and Mrs. Connor, Jake Con- for p.isi- tv;o E. K. Lati- j ' Ilmlor ' "V In-MemnhH fi: ?? "' m ' Prodigal Daughter" subject eve- 1 and through the power of Christ! nlng ii.'rvlce. This h one ol the l.'i'oucht to newness cf life. i wrlc-s of sermons on the h-inc. j We may b? thankful that the' Sunday school 0:45 a in. Alton- iccords of gospel triumph include! (tones IKIS increased every Sunday many such evidences of Hie salva-1 ncnins. lion that Jesu.i gives. But we may nnd Senior I.oasiics- tc thankftil, also, thai rcords such i G: -° !'• '"• i c? ihl; In our !er,;on pliow that the I I'myor iiKctlncr Wednesday 1:30, pru.?r cf Christ is sufficient to ei-| !'• "'• i feet other transformation 1 ;, than Cliclr rehearsal Wednesday eve-1 that from wickedness nnd moral sent .soiie of .'-heT uS . . a recital at (he Lange ich'ool auditorium Monday'' allern'donl '2:30 o'clock. '.The public is cordially invited. Hare Benefit Party,-,; • Tho 30 guests who' attended -the benefit Lotto par>y. ( of. the altar society 'of the Church' of the -Immaculate! Conception last evening en- Joyeji; a -number ol Interesting gainefc. • • • . .... Prises of fancy work .were given. The social hall had been attractively 1 , decorated with Chrlstiiias wreatjie, bells and silver streamers. Denton, Marlon Cooloyi Joyce lleii- ley,, . Thelmti Wotthlngton, Lois Hooper, Maiirlne Branson, Mildred Mi»re, Murjorle Mnftih arid Mar- gnrct Keck. .The play, "In Honor of VorgU" had Its scene laid In tlie^ underworld with a high school girl having a dream for giving a Vergil progrXm "before her 'student tody. . A.ttook,. given by the" Phi Beta Kappa,'- national honorary college fraternity which sponsored the program. by having Dr,.'Bass5tt come iU'rt,- was' presented "to the school library. . The clty'-high school was selected by. this fraternity as, one of the lOiXnngh schools Selected 'from 3000 secondary .schopjs for this observ- . >s , : . v ,. , . ... N^aeteen members of the Finells Sunday'school.,class of.- the First Ba'p$st churcri we're guests of Mes- danies'c^leas Sec«y,,Roy. Head and R. S, .Harris.for aiusliiess.. and 50; clal traeetirig "Friday\evenIng at the home of Mrs. Secoy. M|ss Luna B. Wilhclm, in n talk, urgijd the .-members to concentrate on jgainlng new members this moo^h. It was announced that the "palV gifts will be exchanged Sunday,-! December 21. Mrs. Vena Henley was elected third vice president and the lour Midway Notes E. M. McDonald and Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Stanford were visitors In Luxora Friday. .Mrs. E. M. McDonald hns returned home after a visit with her mother, Airs. Annie Partlow al Hlckman, \Ky. ^-Willie Howard o^ Luxora visited "" "'s.' 'GV'wY'slaiifora Luxora Society—Persona! . and son, Jimmle, arc return-' nlnB ' , , | larity to goodness nnd ectiEecratfon to Newport nfl^r livin" licit'' " mo n " (1 lny lousp Vl ' c Wllt ! A " sin ls no' included in crime: oral months. ° [serve the Lord" Joshua ~i\ Clwp. P .nd immortaliticc. There are Eini lo <15th verse. •• r[ u 1( . sp i r i t tlmt in their effrel llri i "Hungry and thirsty, llwir sou'.; upon the individual ami upon hi; fnintcrt in them. Then they cried j fellow men are often almost a< , fs unto the T.ord in their trouble, anil i serious as the grosser sins of life. 'V i he delivered them cut of their dis-j A bigot by his narrowness and pre-1 cr tresrcs." I'salm 107. i judice'may do much to doieat the j 1(l> '.. "I was glad when they said untoi f n - ce s of truth and b:ins I'Drrow! Doyle Henderson attended to business In Cnmthcrsvllle.- and Cape Glrardeau this v, r eek. Marcus Evrnrd was a busliv visitor in Plggott Friday. Mrs. C. L. Kicvcs and-daughti ML«E Elizabeth, arc leaving todiv for a six weeks visit in Tampa,-F^s Avthur Patton Is spending Ihe weekend in Memphis. Horace T. Gulp attended tobus! me, Id us go into the h-.usc of the i and suffering to men and women! Lord." Psalm 122. I ot gentler and finer spirit. ' "For a day in lny courts is better i pride Causes Harm' • than a thousand. I had rather be! The man whose hem is con- net!, in Caruthersvllle and Truman ; ' Doorkeeper '," «« ''» US!:f °\ '">; s-uined with spiritual pride may U,| 5 we;k . • . Cod, thnn If- dwcil m the tents of: by that pric.?, even if he be pro-j C. E. Atkinson wns a visitor in! wickedness. Psalm 84. ; fp ss cd!y a gocd man, do much to Ne'wijort yesterday • " No " fol ' sakin K the assembling ol | hinder or overthrew the purposes D " rselvc5 ' " ,The ladica ol the Mflll.odist church mitsloli»ry eoclcty of Luxora were entertained by Mrs. J. C.j -m-unu- LUKCL..C. u .Metlock Tu^day afteLoon when C A. Cunnlnjh.m re urned - yes-1 -";—^^^ vs as maim-r Friday. : 17 members were present. Tlic lesson was on "Mexico And Its Needs" with these numbers: "A Christmas Story," Mrs. Sue Brown; "A Christmas Poeni," Mrs. Raymond Owen; dliet "6llenL NtghC". R?n Hall and Mrs. Charles Turner; devotional, the Rev. Hall; prayers. Mrs. R. H. Owen and Mrs, R. W. Thomas. A banquet was planned, for husbands of the members to be given al the church Friday night, December 19. .Mcsdames -I. D. James, Raymond Oven and Hall, . other hostesses, served delicious refreshments uf chicken salad, fruit cs*e, whipped. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shoaf were business visitors in Rlpley, Term,, Thursday. Ray Graham transacted business In Wilson Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. -B. W. Thweat were business visitors in Osceola "Wednesday. Mrs. C. B. Wood visited in Memphis Thursday. I -Mrs. Frank Vollmer spent.lost Thursday in^Blytheville. , ^ "W»yina» Stringer of fyfonia'Vas" trie guest of his aunt, Mrs. Virgil terday from a week's business trip' to .Washington, D. C. j Mrs. George W. Durham went to: Farmington, Mo., today to attend : the funeml of a niece wlio died i yesterday. of love; and the man whoa soulj •- »»--• ••••"• --•••• ••- ....... « ----- •- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lind and j Brackinseck. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hill and fain- • Mr. and Mrs. Logan Rozell and ily were guests of Mr. dnd Mrs. O. daughter of Boss were guesls of Randolph and family, Sunday. | Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Owens Frank Lind, O. Randolph, L. H.(Monday. Cannaday, A. J. Hill and sons, Hubert Cole, Clyde Soxlon and Mr. nnd Mrs. Miller spjnt Saturday Little Man' Ruth Turner entertained a -number of her 'friends with pafty in honor of her seventh newsgroup captains are: Mcsrtames | in Blythcvllle. [birthday Wednesday afternoon Sam..Hall, G. P. Smith, W. G. Max-1. °- K - Randolph attended to bus- Games were played and delicious mess- in-Blytlievtllc -Tuesday. Miss Orenc Cole palled on Mrs. well;and R. S. Harris. The hostesses served a delicious 1 chicken salad course with Individ-| A - J -'Hill Monday, ual cakes decorated wilh mlnature Christinas trees. Have Chrislaus Parlj- As is the custom 'dach V^iar Mrs, Frank Simmons entertained members of the Dorcns' {Sunday school class of tlie First Baptist-church for a Christmas parly Friday evening. Mrs. J. M. Gillespie'arid Mrs! R. I. Haley wore' ato iiusiiss to the 18 member -r. ..3 present. • . Mrs. A. Wert. \--%\\ .••;,.-;lf••.-pres- 1 VILLAGE SEEKS PHYSICIAN ASHLAND. Wls.. {UP)—Mason, a .villngq uf.150 people ni'.ir here is hoping that they will get a physician for a Christmas gilt. The village and surrctindtiiB territory were leit without a doctor by HID d:ntli of nr. D v C. Harrison refreshments were served to the . following guests: Blllle Shoaf, Jane j Richards. Bcnnle Bob Hall, Elizabeth Wherry, Roberta Barron, Bll- |llc Rogers, Buddie Forrest. Dorothy Text: Acls 22:3-13. . I am verily a man which am a Jew, born in Tarsus, a city in illcia, yet brought up in this city at the feet ol Gamaliel, and SECOND BAPTIST CIU3KCH ccrnTng his" outivnrd"obrVrraticnT of j taught according to the perfect manner of the law of the fathers; i:. /.y.N'ewsoni, I'ustDr I the moral law, may become in real-! and was zealous toward God, as ye all are this day. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. W. M. | !tj ^J c ?" r ?!?.. to1 ._ J lL s _ t ?. 1 I 0 ™.™ n M..i And-I persecuted this way unto the death, binding and dcliv-- Blaylock, superintendent. There will not be any church ^rxi^r^~^-. ^: i service at tlie morning hour, the ; pastor will preach at Holland, Ma., J at 11 a. in. He will be back for the i regular evening service at 7:15 p. i m. Subject, "The Signs of the Times." B. Y. P. U.. at 0:15 p. in. "Want all trie Sunday school to be | present Sunday morning. \Ve have a clfiss for everybody, come and - l:elp us make this the best Sunday ! Here in our lesson we have the HI? MARY'S KITCHEN ir^ school In town." BY SISTER MARY ! NBA Service Writer . • Wft all become tired of'ccakini. and serving Vegetables day 'Kftor «iay in Just th? same way, but it's! easier to follow tlw line of least re- FIRST CHUKCII OF THE NAZAREN'E 110 Cherry Street. iA. T. MrAnilly, Pastor Sunday school, D:M a. m. nitc in ULIL jcasuu vrc iinv(j LUC .-it i_ i_, axaraple of a man well trained in ermB mto prt5ons ^ men and women. home and schorl—a man of moral As also the high priest doth bear me witness, and all tlie estate Intensity, anxious to do the right! of the elders: from whom also I received letters unlo the brclhrcn, ' -who had sought from the time of his earliest memories to live in all g°-d conscience, and yet this man's intensity in some respects only made his life the more devastating, for it wa;i intensity and earnestness exercised in the wrong- dii action; ness to obey the voice of science his narcwness and and went to Damascus, to bring them which were there bcuii'ci. unto Jerusalem, for to be punished. And it came to pass, that, as I made my journey, and was come'J nigh unto Damascus about noon, suddenly there shone from heaven a great light round about me. . c.\ti\*ui:u in iiiu M lulls i * .* v > n i i»_ . •"••-• and despite his eager-1 " '"" un " > * ne ground, and ueard a voice saying unto m:, I coil- ! Saul, Saul, why persecutes! thou me? liirl And I answered, Who are thou, Lord? And he said unto me, - We . sistance and give our families those have classes to suit, your age, C. vegetables we know they will c;it 'without.too much pretest. That i: «liy. we stay'in a rut. •- Partnlps;-carrots, rutabagas---.IMC squash add beauty and color to (b. winter dinner tnble and are wt-.ole tome. neceESiiry foods as v.cll. A! E. Cobb, superintendent. Morning worship and sermon. 11 a .n].' Subject, "ChriEiian Influence.' N.; Y. p. s.. G:30 p..111. Come and hfear tliLs good prcgramx-Kcurie^ McAmtHy, president. Evening worship and sermon, 7:30 lltle ingenuity on the c;ck's part! p. m. Subject. "The Second Com- may induce the family to Ml these ling of the Lord." vegetables with eagerness I prayer mc-etlug and Bibb study Parsnips patty cakes a iv r.ot- a leach Wednesday evening at tr.e bit like plain boiled nnd buitere:li church al 7:3G. Tiic lesson we will •parsnips. They are-equally ijoo-J|study, Mattli. 2nd chanter. accomplice in murder. He had sicod by and's of (hose who Moned Stephen to death, and it- may well', have been that Paul had such experiences vividly in mind when he. j And they that .were with me saw indeed the light, and wejrp ; - hekl the | afraid; but they heard not the voice of him that- spake to me. .. ;• And I said, What shall I do. Lord? ne, Arise, and go hit And the Lord said unto of a11 thln 2 s which are appointed for thee to do. spoke cf himself at a later time] And when I could not see for the glory of that light, bring a& the chief of timers. What Paul needed was conversion, that is, a turning about and ; by the hand of them that were with me, ,1 came into Damascus. And iaintiing of the right. way and the; ' '' - a one Ananias, a devout man according to the law, haying.-! report of all the fev;s which dwelt there. ' -,' !j true goal'of lif.;. and that ii pre-! Came unto me, and stocd, -and said unto me, Brother "Saul,- re- ] ciscly what Paul found. When he' ce i ve thy sight. And the same hour I looked up upon him. uses. Christ on the way to Damascus and there shone arcund him n | And he said. The God of our fathers hath chosen thee, tliat : with roast- beef or chicken. fricassee of Forrest, U. A. Wilkiris, Billie Lungs Ion and Louise MnUhew.s. Miss Maud Littleton and Mrs. D. M. Nicholson of Osceola were L«\ orn visitors Saturday. ident, prcsid.?d n^ tin: niceling .followed b'y a Business program sens nit taking tip llrst aid. withj .these numbers^ SonJ "Silent Night," Mrs. Lee M.zfjlin; .reading "Tl»^ Night Before Christmas," Mlsa Jes^alyn Blomeycrl'.itfary "Tue Othtr Wise Man," Mrs. E. F. Marshal). ' : : " Flans were mad«' for. caring lor two|r.ei2dy families Christm,as and assistance will also bc''giveh'an in- dlvlfllial at this tlme.n M. Aj;a Yulettde gift,, the .teacher, Mrs.^Ialey, was presented a' tea set from' the class. All -the women re - celvdd Christmas cards from lire. Simmons as souvenirs of the occasion. An appetizing plate'lunch was • - 5 GSrljS Elect Ottkfrs. Thfe Oriole Jor Patt . Patrol 'of tha Oivl Scou s had a meeilng Friday nf- terh< on at the home of Miss Patty Share when office&''Vfere elecetert :xt year. These, r/Ul sefve: Shane, chairman; Miss Annie ' , Staleup, . scribe; Mis's 5 'Frances Little, treasurer; Miss .Mary-. Elizar bethJBorum. reporter. . Thii-members enjoyed' eianits" refresririents: - • * « Osceola, Aftenil Dance. ViAlors from Luxora, CanrthcTsville • and Memphis al- tenited the dance given at the Woman's club by the Kappa, Alpha Ph( fraternity Friday evenlrfg.M i\ i This was one of a nunfber of sV cial .affairs planned by this group of yoMng'men for the winter sea- unlil a tier .Christ mas when all [he girl scouts' will meet together. MISs Frances Miller Is the captain .^of this group. • 4 » GUI-Gllmcr. •Announcement lias been made ol the marriage of iliss Bertha Gll- msr, of Roscland, 'nhd Mr. Brnxton Gill.'.of Dell, which took place in this city Sunday morning. Tlie Rev. E. Z. Newsorii. pastor of the Second Baptist church, performed the ceremony at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oilmcr, of Roseland, arc parents of the bride nnd the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Gill of Dell. • » • Banquet Given For Baptist Men. Interest manifested in the inch's fellowship banquet al the First Baptist church Friday evening was so pronounced thai it )-« s teen decided 'to hole! siidi affairs each month. Sixty members and frienils of the church enjoyed an appetizing menu the woman's missionary society. The Rev. Alfred 3. Harwell was; toastmastcr m-.d special mim- berfifor the program included an address by the Rev. p. Q. riorie. pastor of the First Methodls; church, several quartet Ee-kcllons by T. H. Hayncs. Roy Hogan H E Barnett and R. G. i lmu . M\K- tiona by a trio' composed ot Miss Margarel Merrill, piano. Everett r«oDan'ell, violin, and 'Hoscoe Morris, cello. Miss Elinor Slioaf entertained a sevei ?'ia dance at her home l-'riday night. ' Misses Omar anil Erlcne Williams were Blytheville visitors Saturday. Mrs. Will Gean and daughter, oiti- Alice returned Sunday to their home in Dyereburg, Tenn.. after Parsnip Patty C;ikcs Six parsnips. 1-2 teaspoon salt. 1-8 tcnspcon white pepper, l teaspoon stisnr, 3 lablcsiwons uir.ter, cracker crumbs, 1 egg. | Boil parsnips In slightly suited; boiling water. When lender, drain] and plunge into cold water. Slip ] sk LAKE STSIEET ,.".lETHODiST CHCKCII \V. J. Lcilcy, Pnsfcr Sunil.iy school 0:45 a. in.' 1 10:50 n. m. Sntijrct. "Rcnl Mcanir.j; of the Angel's Message to the Sirepliei'cis." in| presiding cider, will tills hour and io!d til? IILI ^i>i*i^\, t.i.u ^*,.** ~.. 1- rtrcirh 11 tnic h"vi kins. Mash and season with salt.^™;"" 1 '; '" s " OJ icpper, sugar nnd butter. Make ', ^ ll ' 1illm > L011 nto small flat cafe nntl roll in ,,..':.,,::...„ grfnt light with the clii<iicngc,| lnn " shouldest know his will, and see that Just One, and shouldest-i "Saul. Saul,, why persecutest thou. hear the voice of his mouth. nic," the probability is that tlii... For lhou shall be nis willlcss ulllo nll mpn of lvhat thou llaBt ; final experience of his conversion , . . came aftsr questionings and mis- i see " alld hrard ' givings had already arisen in Paul's . n(ng h , s mind makjj)g himone , lesSCT „„ 0[ ljfc eym lhflllgll ' I of the noblcix and greatest figures ' they do net deviate entirely fromfl history. j love and truth and leads us into .| Analyzed I.ove the "lore eshellent way—the; The spectacle OL' Stephen with calm and senile course "p™, Jc"u3 g and ^ylnf. Je:us, receive my spirit." wns evi- j . We must think of him not shn-j s dently not. lost ui»n the youthful, ply as Paul the theologian, .writ- Pau!. As he bsgan to nuestion ttej ing many things in his letters that \vay, the purity of his motives, and Peter said were hard, to tmc'-3r£tand the >oundness of Ins aeti«ns, Paul was p.-epared for the vdoc Hint ar- For conver.iion, it should be add-.-l ed, i.: a progressive prccess. There -I are ireasures cf its reality and el- jl and that many people find it hard! f cct , all; i >, 6 Brace i s the power [that! ert-nee nt. :i dcllcat? brown. Squash croquettes arc an CNcel- lont vegetable to serve when the cook has spent an aftcrno-n away spending several days with Mrs. Al-j from the house. All • the piepava- len Barron. lion except the deep fat frying can , Mrs. S. V. Frazior nnd children | be done earlier in th.? tUy. of Osceola were visitors in Luxora j Squash Croqurllc5 One medium sized squash, 1 cnp Friday. Mrs. R. C. Langston and d.uieh- . ter were Osceola visitors Wcdn'eV : d">P crt '»'<• » lc ' lts ' - dav t butter, 2 tablespoons cream. Mrs. Dave Richards wns a Mem- '-' «»«• '- 8 tc:ls " 0 " " n)ix?r - plils visitor Mo: Mrs. Alvin Wunderlicl in ifemphls Wednesday. Half-Moon shopped 1 egg. dried bread crumbs. Mrs. J. W. Portlock lias return- led from Three Rivers. Mich., aflcr a three weeks visit with her daughter, Mrs. Violet Tomlinson. She was accompanied home by Mrs.' Tomllnson ! out seeds. Bake until lender, i Scrap? from shell and nib pulp I through n rlcer. Mix with butter, salt. pepp?r. nuts cream to make moist enough to handle. Perm into Miiall balls anrt let stand until cold and firm. Roll in crumb.-, dip in egg slightly beaten with 1 table- ."pcon water and roll again in deep 1 1>«P«. - anci rirnt " °" The fat should hot Has Club Scouts to Care I>- For. Netdy family. Troop S of the Girl Scouts met yesUrd«y afternoon for a business meeting in which plans for caring for-a netdy family at Christmas were-taken up. Misses Elizabeth . Burnette, Sara Jo Little, Gene Mar- ic «hn r humble . oricln and are delicious with of lamb - Mr, and Mrs. V. E. Tomlinson | , cllo "? h ,' to .^ ro ^".?" iucl1 c " be ° f announce the birth ol a son on I December ,4th. He will be niunc.1 Willie James. Among those who attended Sun- j day school and church services at; Lone Oak Sunday were Mr. and' Mrs. Jl. D. Shnneyfelt, Mr. and • Mrs. Earl Slunviyfclt. Samuel' Oneal anrt George Williams. tended a cordial welcome to all our ccrures for Sunday. riSlST I'.APTIST CHUIiC'll Alfrcil S. Harwell, P.istur S.mday fcliu:!, 9:4S ;i. in. r jcmin o-Hp Hear: (if C,o"l" ^' that has become the supreme rcEled him, that turner! him rfom nls ccur.,3 and hraighl him into i t*r.? true way as a devout foilower ' of Jesus Christ. To this new Christian service he' power of liis own soul and that is, brought all the intensity, all the'as Henr.v Driinnnond hn:l- charac- coura^e, nH the consecration that terized it, "(lie greatest thing in j Imd formerly characteried his life. : the world." Th? ?ral that he hnd shown in; This was Paul's more exeellenti persecuting the Chrittinns and urway, nnd that is what .conversion' dragging them lief-:ri> the; magis- is in every lifo. It is the pswer! tratc's Iji-canic new the /eal with i lhat lays hold of us when we are A lull itn.'iiimr-i •- .V,.,.H hv th^ v ''hich hp suffered ror.wcution. and'in wrong courses and turn us into dfl»r!,.! e «lM "u rcrintcndmt^ i " w «"" wt , l » whlch llc , borc cvcr5 '' ! hc "^ wy-' » is the power that' 11'03 ..-]-».^ i b;;rden and every peril and every'ays hold of us, when we arc in' "" i ir.iviticn in I\;K course cf his serv-• ic- cf his Lord. to understand today: we must think transforms the hearts of men'.'ib' of him as the author of the thir- j,. is possible fDr men tn grC w in : tff-nth chapter cf First Corinthl-l Eracc nnd ,-„ u . e knowledse'cf the : ans, describing and analyzing the j 666 ^ is a doctor's Prescription for fifiG 3 THE MOST SPEEKY" REMEDY KNOWN. U^ALSO IN TABLETS:-/ slppl County with tills 'elusion next. Fri day even:n^ at CIIP.ISTIAN SCltN'ts: CIIl'KCH Services are held each Sunrlay morning. 11 o'clock i:i -i-ooui 104 of the Hotoi Noble. Subject fc-:" tomorrow: "God, Preserver o! came no\v the ruling power of hi r i life, cnlaiging his heart, cnlighl-j keep ,. TV, M • »»»•'"!.- i tablespoons minced mini Ic.ivcr. 1-2 Mrs. John Kanuon was the guwt ,» n ,J,. n C1]t i es g of Mrs. J. W. Porllock Wednesday ''wShVtid icrap*«rrot«. Cut in Man." Golden text: Psalms 43:11. "Witholcl not lhou thy lender mercies fru:n me, O Lord: bt liiy laving kindness and thy ;iut:i con- tlnmlly preserve me." Wednesday evening service. 7:30, eg j o'clock. Sunday sehcn!. 9:i5 a. m. ' * ' All avc cordially Invite:!. Corrot Straus Four medium sized carrels. 4 ta- b:;E,poons butler. I-2 cup thin cream. 1 lemon. 1-4 cup afternoon. Jim Bass was a visitor at Hail Moon Wednesday. Tom and'Hurschel Alexander attended to business in Oiceola Wednesday. Tom Bass has been seriously .r. lor the. past few days, cronni and coffee. ? e poin . ._, sponsor this project. It was decided not to meet again Mrs. C. T. Morris w,is hostess to members of th? Night Bridge club! OWNS OLD SKATI-.s and Mrs. J*n H. McDanicl Jr..! BELLEFONTAINE. O.. (UPi — iBst evening for the weekly contract Two pairs of skates, each more bridge ganw. Mrs. Joe Watson won! llun half a century old. arc owned scrape narrow strips. Drop, tno boiling water and boil 15 mln«:«v Drain and pnl In top ol double boiler. Add and juice of lemon, salt nnd mint. Cook over hot water until '.cnric-i'. Beat egg slightly and stir nun mix- lure just before removing fvcm Ihe 1:^,11. Serve at once. Dully Menu BREAKFAST — Bnkrd pravs cereal, cream. bLX Ifo prize. A delicious salad course, with green predominating | n carryinK out Hie ChriblmiiR motif. • was tei'v- by Rus More, of Beliefontnine. One; VIRST CHKISTIAX E. K. I.alimcr, Minister Chjmi scl-.ool. 9:45 a. in. Ccnimiuiian and fern.on. 11 ,1. in. Christian Endeavor societies, ii:33 p. m. Evening praise and sermon, 1.30 p. in. v. M. c. A. AIDS ur.i.iiir \YOKKJ MAMSniCLD O.. (liPi-R:U!iL'r| than riipri\,? tiio nerdy nf money 1 annually appropriated to ,; by [Iiaj Ccmmunliy Fund, the M;r.K-ficU! Y. • M. C. A. has clc.scci U: (io-rs .soj that i!:. iipproprialioi'.. fo.OM. VA\\\ ho.divi'rii'il hack l tin-' Fund for relief wor>:. "V" officials ?aicl :t \sa'. s .wye_a,D- . «JJp.thc lwo.lR.Wps of players in- T-^rrsr eluding the ivnv member. Miss Hazel Havdin. .an ,,, »,ca- his broU^cr, Horncc^ More. mil butter, scalloped tonwi-.o.s. c;\\-*. cm L bought for the evening of fknling-rink 55 years ago. ^uci t!.r other pair wooden bottom bkn'.cs with solid runncre, were purcha.<:ci 60 years ago. namon toast, milk. toa. 'MATKDNITY HOSPITAL— For 1111- ; DINNER — TiOflM !<-a r! forii:i:.".ic aii-'s: s-c:iir!ff:. prh-Air.j hiowiicrt ]iot!iloes.curranl jelly, cov-i rates l•f3^onao;c. I'c.r ir.lorr.r.Uoai rnt straws, drtc salad, iic.icli b:iv-;nntc I^iirninmit 4011 Easli I'nrd cm tiers likr our lirniul of s-cTvicr. It is (IcpeiidaTjlr, prompt, ccoiinmical. Our shop is rlcan, cheerful —the most shlp-sltnpc you ever visited. Modern equipment, Vord. trained raeclunios pet results on all jnbs—big or Hide. Conic in. We make » spf- cinlly nf periodic Uining-up, nilinii nnd grcnsing. ComplcU: sttirk of genuine Ford p.trts anil :iccrssnrir>. Low prier.s for rrp.'iinling or washing and polMiin^. PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY liiythcvillc. Ark. riirini's: S10-SU-777 ' ariau cream, milk, coffee. Announcement SAM MEISEL Painting and Decorating Co., Inc. We take pleasure to Hiinoimcc to the pulilic in. lilythevillc that we have opened a Iminch office for painiing and decorating- We have an assortment of: wall paper from 2] wall paper mills of the United^ Slates and England, owned and controlled by S. Ai'A- Maxwell and Co., Chicago. We have the exclusive agency for the entire waljji. paper output and we have selected the I'leani of all"the wall paper sloi'k at (he very lowest price. Wt; also do the hanging of the paper, for cash or munthlyS payments if desired. Will be open in a few days al our store, 111 S.i Second St. Glencoe Hotel Buildmg You niny inspect our slock al any lime for 1031 patterns. .is CHy,

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