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TWO BLYTHEVILLE.:(ARK.) COURIER NEWS ~ SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 193G Social Calendai MONDAY'S EVENTS W. M. U. having program, First Baptist chinch, 2',30 p, in. Juntoi O. A 's meeting First Baptist church, 4 -p. in I Woman's Auxiliary meeting First Presbyterian church, 4 p. m. | Circles W, M. S. First Method- t$l church meeting; lj Mrs. J. Mell : Brooks; 2. Ms. C. 0. tungsten {'3, Mi's.' M. O. Goodwin; \, Mrs. Marcus Evrard. ; ] Council, First Christian church having "Bring ft Dish" luncheon with" Mrs. V. G. Holland, 1 p. m, IN CONCLUSION By Helen Vi'elsliitiicr I HEVfciU was one to weep, my dear, When :lie end of a journey conies; Or. having dined at a fetal Iwaul, To relish Ine fallen crumbs. . E IT1IKK you serve tlio banquet up . In the style I'm accusipmed to, Or I'll tliank you, dear, for the caviar- Ami bid you a )i o! i to ad ic u! . , Country club having dance, 0 p. m. •'•'.. '••''.- . | Junior R. A.'s meeltng First Baptist church, 1 4 p. in. i Intermediate a. A.V meeting First Baptist, church,. '4 p. m, : Maple Grove Cemetery Assocla- . tlon ,. meeting • with Mrs. J. "• W. Owelis, on N. llth St. WEDNESDAYS H'l-'MTP Sunbeams ii>;etlng Firsl. I3ap- list church, ,4 p.' in, I'll, .'. . , .-W^\I-TI.- Juriior U: D."0. , staU. cpnven- lloh having dance, city auditorium, 9:30 p. in. . .. I Altnr society,- Immaculate Con- 1 ceplion church, having bingo party. ' : - Has.:Brldsc Parly Mrs. W..T. Cberst had a bridge party, last, night complimenting her daughter, Mrs; Spurgeoii'Pat- terson, vvho Is returning to her home in Jackson. Mlsi., Monday, and Mrs. Harry! Faltoii of Oreen- roed Mis, ticuvgueot of Mr and • Mrs. Henry Humphrey. Lovely nasturtiums and . other flowers from Mrs. Oborst's yard were attractively- arranged in two of tlio, 'living, rooms vvliero tlio 1H guests played cards. Mrs. Hunv- phrey won a set, of pyrex. cus.rird cups for fl.st honors, second high went lo Mrs.' Samuel P. rJorrts, who received a set of. measuring utensils. • Mrs; Patterson was presented n tea , pot and Mrs. t'at- ton, a bean pot-. An aspic salad was served with sandwiches and > Iced lea. •Legion A'ux'y Has Frcgram On ' Tola lid Interesting facis about, Poland v,eie gleaned fiom Hie program presented by Miss" Cora Lee Coleman nt the meeting ol the auxiliary ol the 'American Legion Fridaj afternoon ul the hut II vas a ridat. proginm and Poland vvas Mndted. became the Fidacv congress will itat at Warsaw tills year " ' N Miss Ella Zabrtski,-whose brother is ah ambassador lo Poland s>*nt Miss Colcman samples ol hci mothers wedqmg dress she wore as a, j bride In Poland and a menu of a hplcal polish meal Her lelter was read hnd the sample shown by Miss Coteman, who was a room mate of Miss Zabriskl it Columbia linkers, t}, New York Marjorie Sf-everia, dressed In costume made from similar material as that of the sample assisted Mias Coleman in sc ginger bread, lemonade and red white .and blue minis. lot Die progrun a group o children directed bj Miss Mail Emma Hood, sang and danced Polish number, Mrs. Edgar Bonn, lold Ihe meaning of Fldac. Mis. Virginia Biomejer lold of th customs iiiid habils 61 the Pollsi people Mis P P Jacobs Grlder, In-i a coqtcsl on flagi, and 'Mrs. Paul L. Tiptoii sang th polish anthem with Mis, M Lee ut the pltum Baptist Business Women Ha\c Ticnfc Membeis of the Busiiw-s Wo men's Circle of the Woman's Mis sionarj Unlo.i of the First bap- tist church had u picnic list night at Walker park when IT attended. This included . one new member. Miss Minnie Fosicr, and, two Gii n sts Mi"s Maire Majo with Mrs. Harvey Chapiiian, and Miss Mildred Renfro, of Cooler. Mo. with Miss Marie Ilarnlsh. Mi's Zola Craltou \vas In Uurgc of the program which followed Bupper.- Bits of News v Mostly Persona^ -.'• Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orpwh will ave tomorrow or "Xiondgy - ( O j- '' Jellied Meats Are Delight to Cook as Well as Family Luxora Society — Personal Vanderlip, Heiress Plans June Bridal Mrs.. 0. C. Danchower injd final, •iielitcrs are vlfjltl.ig relatives in hrevepoii, In. Miss Josephine Bibb, who has :en n guest of her. sister, Mrs is.' T. Handle, for 1.011 days 111 return to her home lit Boonc-- ills. Ark.. Sunduy. She will b. companicd home by Mrs. RanrJlt id son - foi'-. a visit with lie uents -while the Rev. Rnndlf ill- bs : in 'school tu • Conway foi .e next two weeks. :Mlss Earle Branllcy bus re- .rnodshGtrie from a visit, in- Kip y. Tenn.. with Miss Olivia Praim, Slio was-accompanied hoiiK f Olivia, a former, Luxora girl ho will be her house guest for veral- days. Mrs. Louise Hudson McHcnrj .id daughter. Wade,- are visions latives in Clarksdale, Miss, Mrs. N. W. Alexander nnrt cl.il- ren left for New Mexico this eck to make their home. They I cppcd en roiilc at S.iblcy, La., j r several days visit. *' nnri Mrs Hi of Flint, Mich., have, been Mr. lea their llbihe Ui. Phbeiilx, 'Arts;.'; Rtt. or vbltlng Mr. and' Mrs! 0. M "iuck here. Mrs. Drown li»ii'b«*ii here several weeks . niid Mr'. Brown joined her ten days, ago. Mr, mid. Mrs, .Tohitulc" ' boga and Mrs, J. G. Barnes rc.turrm' yesterday from Hurley, Wk,' wher 'hoy spent two weeks with Mr Ecithn's mother. They were ac •cmpaiiled Ihere by Miss' Catherine Doenn, sister of Mr, JJogar who velurned after having s.peii a year here. Mrs. Fred L. Grablc. has- gbn 'o Jackson, Mich., to join '* Mi Grablc who recently went tiler c live. The fiev. anil Mrs. w. V We mack will leave Monday to Conway where the Rev. Mi I Wcmack will attend the AtkansB I Pastors' school for 11 days, vvhlo 's to be held at Hcriflrlx col ege. Mrs. Jaiiics A. Bartlelt lias re uintd to her home In Chicago fter a visit with her bioll-.ei 'ames -B. Clark, and Mis. Clarr J. L. Thompson, of Memphis as arrived far a vtalt with 'hi •n, Hugh -Nelson Thompson', ani amily. His son, Jlmm'le, . drov 1m over yesterday. Hugh',Neif>6. rhcmpscii jr.. returned home wit: 1m fcr a visit. Judje and Mrs. a. E. Kcc ere In Memphis yesterday. Mrs,, Edgar Peterson, pt ' Jones :oro, was here today visiting,' u« rolhcr, Stephen II Bioplis, nju 'er slbtci-, Mrs. Mmy Brook' ee. R. A. Friend, son of Mr. at>i virs. J.. p. -Friend. uiiiKra-eiit , 'omllcctoihy at the Blythevlll cspltal today. ' i Mrs,. Clyde Drain, of Dyersbi'rg 'enn, is the guest of liei 'da,ugb. •i'. Mrs. J. w. Adams, and HJ dnnis. They will motor her -horn -nflay. Mr. and Mrs. CaHeloli gmilh . Ncv Orleans, will nii've tompr nvf to visit relatives. Mrs. Aaron Peterson uiftl ' crill : ren aie visiting relatives in Par•'Quid, for. a week. • ... Mr. and Mrs Spmgeon. Pntter- in and daughter, •• Vivian,, :..&!*! ^ave Monday for their Itbinc^li ickfion. Miss., after spending Sev- .al mcnths here. Mr.'-Patletr- in, who recently tlhdcnventj £ mjor opcrntlon, has now .fyll •jcovered. Wliilo here they w>r. "?sts of Mrs. Patterson's nibther !rs. W; T. Oberst. Harry Fatten, of Oreel)w4o<: "iss , will arrive today to . bt "ie guest of Mr and Mrs. Helirj 'alien. Joining Airs. Putton, win ame here. .Tuesday. • - They wll. "ftvc tomorrow. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Seventh and Main W. V. Womack, Pastor Church school,,9:45 a, ii). Morning worship, .10;55 a. m. 'The Peril of Disobedience' 1 will e tljc pastor's subject. Leagues for all young people at U:45- |>. m. " . ' ' •: • . Evening, worship, 1-30. p.m.' 'Clirlst Dwelling Within" will lie the sermon subject. Tlio puullc Is cordially Invited lo .11 our services. | FJltST BAIT.IST CHUKCH ' Walnut al Eighth Alfred Carpenter, Pastor Sunday; 0:30. Bible school, loy- Ity attendance goals set. 10:35, ; worship service, "God Speaks to His People." Special .nusic In solo. S:M, training unions, one for rou. ''' '"....;• 7:30, preaching service. "New Chilled mousse of ham, decorate nlfh truffles ami vegetables' cm In attractive shulics and molded in the ilish, makes an excellent meat dish for summer pirlfcs or culdsor dliilnj. (From Hotel New Yorker. New York) BY MARY E. D/VGllK NBA Service Staff Writer r*. Joe . 01" . Mr, Powell. Self's sister, Dr. and Mrs. E. R. .Bogan were Clavh-sville, Ark., ight, attending a ba oner of Mrs. McClaln, wort'r.y ;and nialron of the-Easleru Star f Arkansas. Mrs. Herman. Splcer, nnd Ihrce .tic sons, of Birmingham, Aln., .'c visiting friends In Lu.xc.-ii. eii former home for many >e.ii - ^. licj aic hoise guests of Mrs. ichard Rcvlcre. Mis An'el Mon'gomury tmrt ll is to be a s!l " ri element for VirginiaVanclerlip, heiress to Frank A. Vanderlip's great banking fortune. Her Wedding has been scl (or June 20. little more than two weeks after announcement in New York of her vie- Tuesday 1". trblhal lo Dudley Selipalei former Cornell football slar. Light. OR the Resurrection." Mrs. Harry Frilzius glvb:;,. solo. Monday: 8.00, Vocation IJIMc jchool begins second, week, 2:30, Worrmiis. Missionary Sec-' looking mold of Jellied meat or fish recipe calculated to seTve twenty •ty. , i Is one of the niost pleasing siir- parsons. Flank the mousse on Wednesday: 7:00, department 1 prises you can bring forih from cither side with bowls of .salad ma' - ' " ' '• Uscause during Uie summer , months we often must servo a largs On u warm, sultry day a coal- number of persons, I give you 1:30, /ice. mlil-wcck preaching ser- FHtST CH«IS'l^IAN CHURCH Carroll Cloyd, Pastor Diblc school, !»:45. i. o. Wcst- ock, Bupl,. Morning Worship, , 10:50. Sernion flic Fighting: instinct." Evening worship, 8:00. Sermon The Ministry." council meeting Monday. Because of the • absence of the lastol' at the Young People's Con- irertcc there will bo no Mitt-week. Ire no Sunday. .ne Pastor urges that the mcm- .ers of the church attend one of ,ie other churclies of- the town. Christian. Endeavoij-at, 7:00. iMrs: 316yd : has been chosen sponsor Jue to the resighatlph of Mrs. ^ccil Lowe who. has sponsored the .gnnlzatioh since Its, -organization. . thc refrigerator! If, you made il terials and serve two or three kinds yourself, you'll enjoy it the more, or salad dressings, too. This par- became several hours have elapsed mils each person to choose his own between the making anu s;.<..i-,. salad combination and drcssln These jellied meat loaves and Cliilleil Mousse- of Ham for chilled tlmbales and mousses are. Twenty Vcvsons particularly delicious to ssrve when Two quarts bsef broth,- l table- yon arc entertaining guests on the spoons uranulated gelatin, 4 cup- |wrch. or In the garden instead of thick -cream sauw, 1 1-2 quart! •having your luncheon Ui the usual heavy cream, 'i pounds baked fashion In the dining room. Tiu linm, 1 cup sherry wine. 1 tsaspo molds keep their shapes beautiful- pepper, few drops tabasco sauv y en route from the ice-box to the truffles, halves of rips olives strip-: iervlcc and Ihere will preaching service next LlfTHERAN CHURCH H. J. Kleincllenst, Pastor Sunday, school, 9 a.m. Morniiig w'prship, 10 a.nh Sermon thenie: "Reliable Revelation abou the Future. Life." Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. ser- .hpn icp.c: "Blessed Peacemakers." Sunday school tcat'ricrs! inect at-. t«r thls'scn'icc. : We. preach ChrlsJ, anil.Hlni crucified. Hear : tliis : message. l.AKE AIETHQDIST ptiuitcit Vcrnpn K. Chalf'an^ Vastoi;, 0:45 ' ' dining table. of green pepper thin slices of In planting menus around jcl- pickled beets. lied meals, dph't repeat a jclliert Make a goad strong beef brol>- dish In the dessert.or hi the salad.' from a well mealed °soup bone. Gelatin Itself is a protein food with Clarify with egg white as fo' 1 distinctive growth-promoting quail- consomme ami remove fat. Softsii ties and Is beneficial in ni'ic.n' .gelatin in cold water and stir iii- jther foods more easily assimilable, to boiling broth, stir until dis- I solved and lei stana until tool ami Baptist Women Of Northeast District In Annual Session OSCEOLA, Ai'k.—Three hundred and twenty-six women and young people from sixteen counties at- Icnr'ed the annual meeting of Hie northeast district of the Baptist Woman's Missionary Union or. Arkansas in session' here ycstcr- oay. Mrs. J. O. Spoils, district president, of West Memphis, presided. The ll'ctne for the meeting, "Light Bearers", was emphasized In tl'.o dcvotionals, special music, and addresses. Vocal and instrumental numbers were given by Mrs. Hal Melaney of Kennctt, Mo., Mrs. Gil Mastln, Miss Imogcne .Baker and Miss Ruth Hardy of jonesboro. Following the welcome address ay Mrs. E. I. Cole and' response by. Mrs. J.. n. Carpenter, of Elninc, slate and southwidc visitors, new pastors' and their wives were' introduced. Included in the reports of the nine assoclallonal .superintendents were many new societies nnd young peoples organizations, boxes to Orphan's Home at Monticello, linen and fruit showers to the Baptist State Hospital. LItUr Reck, conversions, 275 tithers a.F many family altars established. ' In the Stewardship Oceania.Ion Contest held in the afternoon by Miss Dollie Hictt, district young people's leader. 2-1 conleslanls , were cnlered. The winners were: I Simbcam, Joyce Franks, Earle; Junior O. A,, Lucille Moiiton, Harrisburg; Junior R. A., . James Ht-nry Sisson, Earle; Intcrmedialc G. A., Jean Garrott, Wesl Memphis; Intermediate R. A, George Anderson, Lepanto; Y. W. A. Esther Mac Ishmill, Helens. Mrs. C. B. Wood, Luxora, sec- j- rclary-treasurer, slated iast year's receipts greater than for many years and awarded large gold I stars . lo 40 missionary 'societies •\ptlzing at Lonokc school. Tiie ung people are c.Ep<!cia!ly in.!ed to the Senior C.. A. class. The young people of this churcli ill conduct ft street service cacU iturday evenllsj at Main and irst Sts.. at 8 P. M. You are rrii.ally invited, CHRISTIAN' SCIENCE SEKVICES 708 W. Main Stret "God thj Preserver, of Man" is the subject of tSie L'csson-Sevmon which, will be read in all churc'hes of Christ. Scientist, Sunday morning at 1.1 q^clock. beginning lo set. Make tile cream sauce as usua' using 4 tablespoons flour lo on? cup of licit-milk and 4 tablespoons butler. Line a three quart moid with a thin coating.of the beef jelly and di'corale with, tits truffles aiui v ;ga- lables cut in attractive s!;ap3s Tit? decorations will become linn in the Jelly and stay put, \vien yon nil the mold. Let Chop through and 50 young people's organizations who bad paid their appor- .ionmenl. At Ihe close of the afternoon session a- memorial service was conducted by Mrs. . R. H. Jones, for nine members who irasseil away during this year. ., ' Arm bands were awarded Girts Auxiliary mcmaei's of Csccola O. A, who had completed the recjiiired work In tile ranks. •" They were Betty Sue Mastin, Jean' Lilc Baker, Martha TompkUis, • r,i, "• •'-,-,- ,„ . aUmiini.li mi sing bowl aiid place In .The Golden Tex is: "Fear thou a mrger pan or'Ice.' AUd P cream ot-; foi- I am with thce: be not sauce-and stir well anil then arid Dismayed; for I am thy God; I will -half the cream, a few tablespoon- strrvncrtllpn IVloo. .-no T n.UI Iinl« r..l~ ... ., ... ^-Jf.m.i Jell for Four Hours J« nc . Rhonds, and Mary Frances . ham very fine and ru 1 - ^lil 110 " , - -: : a fine slsve, Put inlo an „ "l»«LT^. *«' .b« held '• not. at Jonesboro in June, 1937. Traveling at CO milas an hour,;! an nutomobilc moves one-sixth -of -f •~i city block before ths average driv- J O^ceola Society--^.Personal Enter la-n-- Husbands Husbands of the members of the Eurcltan Sundaj School Cla^s ol the First Barjilst church were guests ot honor at R ueinsr roast Tnuredaj night on tba bants ol the Mi eissfppl n\er Stories were toll as they ^il around a large fire after supper tied been -served. « r« Circles.lo Meet. Members ol ci c 2 4 ot th™ WD mans Missionary Society of the First Mslnodist chur^., « m m°cl vlth Mrs Marcus EVTard Those hot .ravuig a n-aj lo go ar e asXcd to call 262 or 1035 and someone call fr r them" Mrs, j D Revival Opens Tomorrow at Luxora Baptist Churcr LUXORA, Ark.—A'two weeks series of revival services will b3gh In tlic Bnpllst church Sur.day James Travis, ot Kiilser, arc morning, June H. The. prua-iiiliitj Ui Mrs Montgomery's parent.-, will be douo by the pastor. Ins rie.«. /lr. and. Mrs. J. M. Mojors. Mis. L. p. Fleiiiining, aiid ha. will ilellvoi .Sontgcmcr} : has been Quito ..ici: a series of scrmpiis on thj follow •nil: here but is .somcwbal. im- itig Mibjecis: "Helping l-o Bring a roved at Ihis time. . i Rcvlyul"; "What Do Yon Think of Among those who attendee: liss ChrlslV": "joined, lb Their idols"; ic'eling of the Northcnst -Arkan-r "The Kind of Heylvoi Needed"; -is \V. M. U. District-in Osccola "How Are We Saved?" "Whe.ri We :iday were Mrs. B. Q. Wllklns, Are saved"; "How We May-'Know Irs. J. I. Mifflin. Mrs. -W. I-- We Arc Saved"; "Rcslltut.i.qn 01 ark. Mrs. Charlie Eva'lis, • Mrs. Hie Bipod, Which?"; "So Great SaK .'ary Koch, Mrs. L. P. Fleminlni, valioii"; "A Church ThaVwins"; he Rev. L. P. Flcmmlng'. ;M.r.'. "A Good church' Member"; cs'phino Enniss, Mis. Hirs. jfohn, W. Edrington and ^ughlcr, Miss, Aladalinc • Ellen, Mrs. F. .!».'- Jacob's. Mrs.- W.' E s. J. : M. LB'JT- "Wcls'iicd. ind Wanting"; "(ppcn- •um. and Mrs. C. B, 'wboil.': ' nig the Seals''; "Why Man Needs The Methodist Missionary .503- n Ijavlor"; "Tile ImpOf&lbUiiy of ty met In the home of -'Mrs. *ho Possibility" of One of God's rank Denton Tuesday afternoon Children Ever . Being Lost"; "The laving six members aiid one Us- Lordship of Christ"; Vtho Unpar- or present. The medltntipn per- ilonabla; sin";' "A Ftxedl. Heart"; >A was 3ivcn by Mrs. Chailcs "Tlic Bible- Ball Oaliift'; ''\yha.t I tcDanlels, the vlcc-preeldenU A Must Do to .Be' Savcji"; -.'"Playing TV Inlercsttng program was given the Devil in Muslsslppl County,' V "The Church and Disarivantuj- ; 'nd "If a Mnn Goes to Hell,' -Who d Cf.nmimll):s". Uiscuwlonb Carei?" ' -• •" i"nl arid Mrs .A. F. Sarharn •>-ve returned fron> Ultle Rock and, Hot Springs where, they wer csts et the 'breakfast .tcridered Mrs. Franklin. D. Roqscveit at :'thc \rlingloii holcl. • . >• M'ss vii;oirila Blackwopd is .Ihe "cek-enrt giiest, of'Mrs. ilal \lc-- laney in kcrinclt",. Jib." Joseph Goelz has gpiie to'st. cuts to spend the s.rn-.mer- \yith Is mother. Mrs. j. R. Goet'e. Natljan Wsiuberg's siore; Is bc> 'g redecorated on the interior his week. '.'... The Prudential Life Insurance mpiiny has opened new offices .> the W. J. Driver block hi'ihe uildlng formerly occupied by Lee Villiam's grocery. Fred M. CopV' •ml of Memphis Is the manager, "'tli Mis. Jack Allen of Cariilltt -'••'lie PS bcokkeeper and cashier. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Prewltt »"lll go to Memphis Monday nlglil for a dinner parly a,t the Hotel Peutxxiy cclfbratlr/s-. 'their . 'iotii r-'cdrtlng anniversary. • :"" Bark^dnlc group. is chalrn au of this Ctirls, 14, tarn Omi Lnmg LONDON (UP)—Haif o( the U jear o!d Jlrls and four out of e ol> fi\c girls of 18 or over er,e earning their own in lug In Bill ain, a survey condicted bj the Women s Employment Federatloi revealed The average wage ex 1/cctaUon of a university girl en- d Cf.nmunlli:s ere led by Mrs. Denton. Jfri. E. Wherry. Mrs. J. J. Johi'.•511. Mrs. Walter Smith anil Mis-, vandlf^ Miss Rosa Lbv Cooke. left Mu;i- iy for Favettevnlle Ark., to .a; • summsr school' In tlic lini Father of James HiU Dies in South Carolina James Hill, 7'8i" father "of •, Jauies 10i6i) a.m.'Layninn's pay- gerylce led^by p. B. : JarratL'r"-.-'" 6:45'p.m. Yomig people's league. :7.'30 p.hi. Pageant, "T'he Wisi and Foolish Virgins,"- prc-sented by the,;young people. : ' FULL GOSPEL CHTJKCH Comer Lilly & Vine Sts. Clyde Bcliii, Paslor Sunday school 9:45 a. in. N. W. franthaiu, Suii't.' Church, 11-a'.; m. Junior and Senior N. y. p. A. / p. in. ' Evangelistic services, 8 p. in. Hadlo broadcast over KLCN avciy Smiduy at J to 3:30 a. in. CHURCH OF 'IHE N.1ZARENE Vine an'il Sctond Sfs. Harmon Holt, Pastor Sunday school, b:« a..ni. Eriier-" :on .Evaijs, Sup't. : Mqrn|iig service, 11 «. iji. Tills will :be a special service .or the W. M. S. N. Y. P. s. program, 7:30 p. m. .'<frs J. c. Crliier, prcs. Evangelhtlc service, K p. in. Joliu Hujcy anO. Knqbjc Mc-- s,renglnen;lhee: yea. I will help fuls at a lime, stirring constimlly ' -- - the.e, yea. I will uphold Uice,\rtlh \y n ip remainlii^ cream ,imll[ linn' F, 1 ' ca " c ™»• beeln vtp-.come to ; the -.right 'hand of niy riglitepus- Wid Told intd liilxtiire.'''Add Jelly ' . ness.;' (Isaiah. -1.1: 10>. ', Cherry, pspper, tabasco and, if. the . Culer will , special numbers, , singing' by a" trained c.ho!r. Mrs J. H. Crawford, titir district president pf AV. M. s. will be here ror •.iics.c. services. Delaney ChiU Dies - Veda May Delnniey, 18.-hwii.lhsi. old daushtcr of Mr.'-iind' Mrs. «ls Dclaucy, died ;af.8:30'o'clock ,iS, m , ornl "S at. the fain.uy. hom'e.' 190r \YeH Cherrj'. MreeU- Her ASSEMBLY OK GOD CHURCH 71h ;i.ml Asli Sts. Sunday school, "9:45 A. M. Morning service, I1:OU A. M. pinner service. 12:30 P. M. Baptizing, 2:30 P. M. Jail service, 4:30 p. \i. Jr. C. A. class, 5:30 P. M. Sr. C. A. class. 6:30 P. M. Evangelistic service, 7:15 p. M Sunday is All Saints Day n. ;hc, church and every member'is ,-rged to be "present for every ser j vice..' The public lr, Invited 'to the Junior .Organization 'of-U.D. C. STATE Anion s the citations which .com- ham was not. salty, a iiu'l = .'' s ,it |)i'iso (he Lesson-Sertiion is tile foi- However if you seasoned the cream lowing from the "Bible: "And the sruice well and also Ihe beef stock ransomed pf the Lord shnll. return, w/d better taste it before "on add and come lo Zioij with songs and salt. everlasling Joy upan. theU- heads; Pour UlE preparalion into lhs preuared moM and put in the refrigerator for four hours or over j night, serve very cold. to reduce the recipe ey shall oblaln joy and gladness, and sorrow and sighing shall flee away." (Isaiah 35:10). The Lesson-Sermon also include.s. the following lassage • from the i Ohrisllan Science tcxtbtok, "Bel- ease and Health with Key to tne Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy: "Nothing is more disheartening than to believe that there is a power opposilc lo God, or go;xl, iiud '3t 1-3 id" VS tills OppOSillg p3W- er with strength lo be used against Himself, against Life, health, harmony." (Page 380:-28). FIRST If lisa 'half of each ingredient to ser. elgiit or tan. And pf course you can 1152 other meals than iiam. Wtite incut-of chicken makes a delicate and delicious mousse. Swsct breads are another possibility. Uoc Suims 5 Miles BREMER-TON, Wash. (UP)—After narrowly escaping being run I down by a navy tug anil two fer-. , ries, 'a large das completed a live- COOLEST SPOT IN TOAVN!: Saturday Only is a question frequently in the ' C( . n J ers „,, •,,- »„.,-,, , ",V"il minds of many which We Pastor ^H ,.""„ fit? , ^°^.^. l ^\ will seek definitely to answer in tile sermon of.thi; Morning Wov-. sh)p hour at this churc'.i tomovro.v begin fling at 11 a.m. "Can We Hope For a Wa7-l.-.: s World?" or "Can Man-Mad; Pcac^ Eiidure?" will be the topic lor .Ik- ciisslpn in the Evening WorJiip hour, beginning tit 7:30 p.m. Hunday C'nureh School at 0:4i r.m. with ample facilities for all and the Young People's meetings at 6:45 p.m. complete the day's program. "Come thou with us and we will do [lice good." t'ns deer battling Die choppy wa and swimming frantically in miter traffic. Knittin Classes Tuesdays & Fridays. 2:30 P. M lino Chlckasawba INSTRUCTIONS FREE arinFRs T-\KEN FOB "BEKNAT" YARN Mrs. Leslie Hooper M'S. A. C. Hale? Phone 192 nn *IU attend Undcrgarl.su '*», ^ "leKdT*^""' '""""""'^'^^'^T*, .*&„. \ n- tne six weeks They mo>cc,d Ml , Hm .,^\ T ^ rkal i a ^-hen ^L, 0 "^""^ 'mtermelit Wll ! „ peeled .Misses' are leaving foiiiy lor Jamalo'.'.n, N. Y.,.to spend ,tho summer their father,. E. H. Sillman. . lather and f«o Sons.l'reaih KANSAS CITj' Kas.-<UPi •"— A tcruig, woik Is- tlii»l ihe ^ould faUei anil two torn,- all mlnlblcn, btslu at $10 or SIS a v,cek .rcc'-uCly conduced services tlic Kev a Clawed ScU?ie?e ' '1'o.vii Major Ou'v GALLUP, N. M.. (UP)— Jplm MlloiQVlcli, 22,. probably ,1s • among tlic yoiuigest mayore' in liie' Uiilt- cd States. He wns selected for IhC cfllcc by the board • of' -.trusses I when he received li)o larg'e3't'"Vote Jfor city truslccil.il). HI.LICATESSEN LINE <yf* for B 1| [ as tcs J-olil Mt-alj, of.uuy kind FREsli Jl " C " a & ' Gin8cr Ale t'llKAKD'S. GKO. & MKA! MARKET I'livuc 673 —We Deliver 1"H Chlckatuwba •UN'IVKKSITY OF ALABAMA 12-P1ECE Delegates from 10 (0 2 i years old will 'be guests of honor. ANNOUNCING NEW EQUIPMENT which we - h«v<? jusi installed in ovir Dry Cleaiiii.ig depavtiitciil. making it one of the nip;t modern plants; in Arkansas. A new distilliug system just installed enables us to thoroughly restore our cleaning solvent to its original condition. The ordinary plant reclaims its solvent with a caustic solution which removes vegetable an;i animal lats. Our new distilling system, however, removes ALL oils, including mineral and petroleum Braises, which will not clarify in a caustic solution. This'system, enable.". , ls i p always clean your garments with u pure, oil-free solvent. Blythevillc Laundry . Phone 327 • : . 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