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PAGfeTtWcr BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.); 'COURIER' NEWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS i Circles I, 2 anil 3 of Woman 8 J^iiUllaiy, Risl Presbyterian church mcHing til church, 3 p m,, followed by auxiliary nieellng, 4 p* iii . ' Circles W M S • First Melhodlsl church- I, Mrs J. W. Adaim, circle 2 avid, circle 3 nl chuich, circle 1, Mis J D liniLsdale . Miss"- Olnra Louise Di\is ha\lnB bridBQ jiaity fpi Mre^JIiigh Whit- SJtt, 7.?5 p 111 , <£, * i WM.u; meeluib'T;Ftr5t s Hapltsl liurch;, 2'39 p m^", i t f'fawit G ' A s JVn>«llug First Baptist cmirf|vH$4j$r m' . I ' t WEDNESDA^i}, EVENTS i Sunbeams mcetlnp rirst Baptist chuichj'H p m?'> 1 " < 'IUESDAY§ EVENTS , ' Junior'' n, A's nieellng Tint Baptist church. H p m Intermediate. G. A's meeting 4 p m, , •- £.,, THURSDAY'S ' T.VENTa 'W'M S, Firsts Chinch of (lie Nasarenb having; social meeting at church. '. PV V ' „*; „ FfUDAY S ,' EVKN1 S ' Dutch"- Luncheon- ,club; meeting \\Hli 'Mrs Rny Head, , • Dutch Luncheon • CUib'Hai Party -' A new club here, which Is lo be known 01 the Dutch Luncheon club, wn,s entcrhlncd Friday bj Mrs Raymond Zachry at hei home on Lake SI Mrs Howaul Feiry, of Leaelivllle, VSHS a Biic$t Hoses and verbenas decorated the living room where lunch was :,er\ert at small tables Membeis of this Uub nre Mrs Roy Head, Sin, Zachry, Mis W Owen lilue, Mr, Claude Ste«ml Mrs James Sinclcrs, Mis Edwin Jones, Mrs Nonnan Bunch, Mrs Woodrwv lishci Mis Illckimn Mis Wise Perrj and Mrs C B Kcttinger ' ' ' Na'iarcnu .Women SIcct A Bible sludj was the piogran for the meeting of Ihe Woman's Missionary Socictj of the Fiis Church of the Nawircne In . meeting Thursday aflcinoon M|s Harmon Holt taufht the les-son Plans were made for Ihe an nual missionary plaj, lo be glvci \Vednescbs night, July 20th Mrs Mumn Cool dismissed Hi 1C prewiil \\ilh prajei Tills group \\ill |]a\c a soda ne\t Thmsday \\hcn the women of the church at Canithcrsiill will be guests Because It was his scunl . birthday Marion Gij, of Wll°on had 28 of Ins friends in to pla\ with him Thursdaj afternoon Included In the guesls \\crc his cousuis, Elmo Richards and NP'-CJ Hill, of Ulj Ihevllle, and Wanes'e mother, who assisted Mrs Qj\ in serving ice cream/cake and lemonade tenors of dolti nnd marbles -»erc guen Helen lint limit foi Heaven \re ncvei (horoiii'lifai'cs, But crooked litlle by-paths Thai Utkc you unawares. ] RKMI JIRI.Roncioarl, \ t \ haliaycarago, A lovely nilliai 1 slow road, wt'it always know A vnu 1 Aii(loiio'wQ'(li(|ii'l lire, Because It led lo Heaven. . We kiicw—Wo saw ,i spire. B UT H 1 ic ii 1»a ndei ed ba cKv. iivds Al \loiii; lh;it road today, 1 couWii'l (liul a lower- On! 1 Heaven's moved aw.ij 1 ! F Bits of News Mostly Personal SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1036 New York and Paris Mrs. W. Owen Blue rind .Mrs. Nonnan "Bunch arc In Memphis today. ; • •, | j Mr. and Mrs. John Logan Fox will leave the first of the week for St. Louis, wheie they will spend their vacation. Mr. and Mrs. P E FO* are In Hot Springs for several week* stay. ' " Betty Ann Campbell, who hnsi been 111' for the past month from typhoid fever, Is npw improving ' Mrs. II. B. Campbell has recovered /coin nn Illness from liialarl'a fever.. • Mrs, Less CasllcOcriy ui Jones- boi'o, was tlic guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Barnelt yesterday. Nancy Ann Hughes returned VYcdnestlay from Clarksville, Tenn. where she visited her aunt, Mis Joslah Forl, and (jinilj H,ci pai- cnls, Mr. and Mis. Ross D. Hughes, motored over for her. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Barnelt went lo Hot Springs today to spend H week at Vaiuleiccrs lodge, Lake Hamilton, with MJ and Mrb J. A. Waterman, of Memphis, arid Mr. :|iul . Mrs. Horace T. Culp, of Pine Bluff, who toimerly Ihed here. Mrs. Edwin Robinson arrived home yesterday morning Jiom Jackson, Miss, where she was With her sistci, Mrs John P.ige, \vho rccenlly undeiwent u major operation. Baker L. Turner, of Ojceola, was admitted to the Memphis Meth- idlst liospltal yesterday. '' Society Lnxora — Peisona] Cooiei Supcrinlcndcnt . and Teacher Arc Married COOTI5R, Mo,— Announcement v as made Friday afternoon of Ihe inairlagc of Ml«s Joy Van Ainbergh to Jack Wimp, superintendent of Cocitei .schools, whlph occurred In the' Virsl Baptist church at Jefferson City last Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Wimp Is the daughter of Mr. and MIS. John Van Ambergh of Jackson, Mo. For three years she has been H member of the Coolci high school faculty and she will continue -her. position heie IhK.year. • Mr. Wimp Is. the son of Mrs, Arlhm Wimp .of . Moncltc, -Ark. rinclpal of Cooler -high school id this year he Is .superintend- nt of Cooler Consolidated D(s- rlct No. 5. .They will make their ome In the leaoherage at Coot- Stecle-Gooter Society — Personal The revnal 'cnici"; connuctert by the Kci a.irl.uul C l.ijior, of Tjronza, assisted by the Rev J , T Kafidlc, pastor of thu IccV . Methodist church fci the past ten dajs, tierc brought lo .1 clos- Tlutrsda\ nirjhl 'Hie menO- of the Junior clioir were taken to , the Osccola swiiiinnn; poo! Frl - day morning, afterwards going to ; Gnder park for n picnic lunch , Mrs B O WiliJn 1 ; uukiuenl a Icnsitectomy al the Harwcl _ Olimc, Osccola, Tuesdaj f Among those who were in Mem ^phis this week were Mmes 1 D, 7 WilLins, R \v Nichols, Louise ^Hudson McHcnry Charlie Mirtlln Sam Bonen, and Mr. nnd Mrs - Grovcr Driver. - Mrs Marv Hatfielj, of HuiTinan motored to Memphis Wcdnescta} with Mr and Mrs'li T Eallcw _ and daughter. Oeorgianna, win was leaving fci her home In Cht " cajo. . Louise Victory ; has returner Urom Memphis where she WOE th ;hou5egiest of Mrs EEMC Warrei ^covcr the week-end. \ Frances Read Boi.en \U11 l Saturday afternocn for Mcmphi ^ifi be the overhiglit guest of he Auntie and aunt, Mr nnd Mrs ••Charlie Patterson She will leav for Lale Village Sunday, a-com jpanicd by Mrs. pUttrson, lo visi her grandmother, Mrs Marj Pat ter s on, later going "lo visit Mrs Huntley art ami, of Wl ncna, Miss She will also vis In Louisiana before returnin home ; Mrs: Thompson, of Eudora, Ark is visiting in the home of her bro «ther, Jesse Brown 7 Miss: Eugenia Douglas, of Ha> II, Mo, has been the guc'l ilrs Richard Reiere, this week ( Jce Cortran left Saturda.. wit his Uncle, Will Eerlrand and Ian .lly, for Flint, Mich,' foi in it definite stay. $ G A Gallnngs, his mother, Mrs •J T. Gathli>3S apd sister, Nfr. J L. McNall. of LaFeria, Tcxti Till go to Memphis today to b «t Ihe bedside of the husbir antl Jalhei, who is So undergo " major opcrntlon In the Method! .hospital Z.Mrs Lnll8.li Lincli is the gue ,0f hir three, sons, Edgar, Item, and * s o.v\ trclt, Mich , on an Inspection tou J, of riiot, M'ch ' fias gb-ne (<> D. OH Heiress Gets Films'Vh', Kay!' Mrs. 'Robert' Smart and of Mi and Mrs. R.. O, Wells apd hrce little' daughters, of Stutt- Ark., arc visiting and sistej-, Mrs. Iheir Mark , . Anthony, and Mr. : Anthony this cek, Mr and Mrs. H. A, Spencc have •cturncd from a visit in Harrls- daughter, mrg, Ark., with Mis I M. Oieer, and family'. Mrs. Sidney Lipjcqinb, who has Jcen qulle ill, is very much im- Jroral. Archie Richards, Miss Nina ircol;s. Miss Opal Taylor and Mrs Rubye Rushing left' Monday ci a Iwo weeks vacation In New I'ork City. Odis Barger returned over tii'e fcecketld from liealdton, ' bkl'a., iccompanled by his wife and m- -le .-daughter, Janice, who spent the,,past- two weeks there with •datives • and friends. He\ nnd Mrs.'A. B. Sadlier and children of Union, Mo., are vlsit- ng friends here this week. Mrs. T. A. JIaggnrd is visiting her..', parents In Lawrencebur» renn., this. week. x " Mrs.' S. w.' Blessing has returned ot her homo in Llltle Hock after a visit in this city as guesl -f Mrs. p. A. Dunlvanl. Mr ahd Mrs. Lillard Sloan have returned, to their home in Memphis after a-visit -here with'the tetter's mother;'Mrs. Sarena Frank relatives'.' Mrs.' : j; \\ who went and other Mr and' Mfs'/'j;' Weaver of Popi Bluff -'are-gilesls of relatives here On Monday 'they were 'hon- n „ w . lth nn . nil t1a 'y °" Un S "t Lake, Tenn. The others I were ' Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. El- wOod Drown and son, Mrs. Woodrow shelton, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff otrclhcrs, Mr. and Mrs. Dock weam and Ellis Llpscomb. Ali£s Eunice Hcmmcngcr IG Epcndiug this • week "in Memphlr is gticsl of her>cousln. . '.' Misses Hazel Ozmcnt and Skcet Harness of rjycrsburg, Tcml »pent lasl weekend here as guesls X Mr and Mrs. Jack Ozmcnt anil Miss Juanita IxJc-slng. Mr and Mrs. John Anderson elt the rust of this week tor their home In Laurel, Mi.ss, after an cxlfiided visit here with the cf (he Ford Molor industry. Before Kturning home, he will visit pclnls cf interest In Canada, view •Nla&rra' falls,' l New ; "'Y6rk"clty a'lid Washington, D. C. For n movie career, charming Kay Stewart, above, ol Slock- bridge, Mass., has snubbed a glamorous role in society. Heiress to n huge fortune amassed by her fnlher, Robert G. Stew-^ art, Standard Oil executive, nnd her grandfather, James Stewart, pioneer oilman, she was signed by a film producer after she made a hit in an extra role she played as a joke. allcr's parenls, Mr. and Mrs. T. 0.' Beasloy and sister, Mis. Sims Mlchle. They were accompanied lome by their nephew, Joe Marion Mlchic. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reno were .n Cape Glrnrdeau Monday where Mrs. Reno had her tonsils removed. She ts getting along Well. Mr. and Mrs. Ncwberry Johnson and. Mrs,, Peter Coleman and children returned Tuesday after a ten day vacation at Camp Rio Vista. Hardy, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bryant and Mrs. Lee Hadley shopped in Memphis Monday. II. E. Docrner and Willie Grail arc .spending tills week at "Lln> denlurc" with tlieir wives.: who are •spending the summer lliere. Misses Itnogene Manning and Huth McDanlcl, who with a party of friends from Blythevllle have been vacationing ai Hardy, arrived home yesterday. Mrs. L. ; A. McCann and Miss Margreie Mcclure have returned after a visit with relatives, in Tennessee. Richmond, va,, arrived yesier;la.y afternoon for a visit With Mrs. Small's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. p. Ferguson, and relatives of Mr. Smart.' Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson motored',to Memphis for'-thc'th. Mrs. ; H/-.-J. Klcindicrist A\ m i children,' who have been'. Insist. Loiii? for nn extended stasviftlill arrive homo. Thursday. Mrs. .'Herman Jnnghans, of St. Louls| will accompany them homo for a .jyisit. Dorothy Dean Crawford hail as his gliest for Ihe weekend,. Alice n Jrawford. Miss Margaret Keck, who'i Ls attending Arkansas State college at Jonesboro for the summer term, I is al home for Ihe weekend, hav-1 ing come especially for the .Rob- i Inson-Bult wedding. Don Smith j nolored over for her. , . i. -,j, ••: •Jlmrnlc .Williams, of Memphis,! arrived yesterday for a brief slay acre as the guest of Miss Maxinc I Crook. , Dr. anil Mrs. F. D. Smith have returned from several days vacation spent in points of Teniies^ .ice. Mrs. Ray Jackson, who is,'.ill In Hot Springs, 'is slightly beiier today. .' j j Among out of town guests who were here yesterday for the Kob- Inson-Butt wedding were: Mrs. W. II. Clabaugh. H. R. Clabaugh, ^IIss Cora Robinson, Mrs. W. B. Christian, Mrs. W. C. Council. Mr. and Mrs W. B. Council, Sara- lane Lockett, Miss Elizabeth Lock- ell, Mrs. Charles Lockctl, S. P. Bond and J. F.' Schla'fly. of St. LouLs, Mrs. William Somcrville Slid Miss Elizabeth Somervillc,. of I Dallas, Texas, all of whom are relatives of !ilr. Robinson, (indt Henry Pallcrson, of Osceola. / Henry Kucter. of-Paragould, nc- companicd by Mrs. J. B. Clime Hlid sons. J. B.. ami Carmel, have returned from a motor trip, through Nebraska, Io\\'a, North- i west Missouri, Kansas and west-1 ern Arkansas. They were Twin sisters? No. But Vivian pixon (left) and Mary Taylor (right) look so much alike that It lakes a pictty nslutc observer to lei ivhlfh is which. Cast in (he role of mannikins at a New York society event, Miss Dixon wears a lovely summer dance dress of flowing chiffon with matchinj cape. Miss Irolhy creation of Swi: T-.iylor models organdy an cquall) . . gone ten days. . ^, ,,Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Phllllber returned yesterday to . their home In Shelbyvlllc, Mo., after a visit with Drs. Carl .and Edna. Nies. Dr. Carl Nics motored them liomc, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Oldham i r , . imuuui;^ i\\. u>n xv:uiiiiU]. . >C ^ ,T. r . "''"I 1 ."" 0 Urimmed will,' (cathns and Cotlon Worm Remedy Priced at $100,000 FRANCISCO (OP)—UAli- cctton growers annoimca tot nl Ihcy will take nn active par! in Hie competition for Ihe SICC003 award ollercd by Ihc ncyal ;\grl- tuUunl Society of h%>-pl for the discovery cf a remedy against the colic n worm. Participation In (he competition as the guest of Mrs. J. H. Fisher. They came yesterday and will formerly Miss Matlie Rceder. of leave tomorrow. Mrs. Oldham was Parts-says high rrowns will IrjAt Longchanipo race course ne important this fall. Here. 1 ; ., Paris society .spectators and pr striking fell mcdel. r.eon al the fcsslonal models- vie in an rmcitlock at Longrhnmps. It Is i formal fashion parade. This "• usual tunic ovtflt in two slnd worn with an ankle-lcr.'ith dress of •white crepe brown glrdlo from which hanys a long sash. of blue arrested, a good deal attention. It's topped with a v vet picture hat. CHt A'ew Liberty News Mr. and Mrs. Ross Marshall, of I'oplarsvtlle, Mlsa, arc guests <j( his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. U Marshall, nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Sharp. O l blythevlllc, spent Sunday with Mr. an'd Mrs. Logan Perkins. Miss Lois Illll relumed homo I'ar Clllat Oil In Ihn rninnr>lillnii __ v " '" ll: «"»«i non 3 was ctlJred to local^ g?o" ! en by ^ 1Ursdn , v fro '» W 5'»« c ' '\rl:. AM Foad ToulUa. local Egvpllau v< IV W f S ll ' C " ural ° f Mlil ccnsi-l. EspciiincntAl laboraiorles vl [f! n - 1 *. JOr "' < " m ' . In the state ajrlcullural college:; nlso nill undertake to hurt a'rem- edy. 'the cnltcn worm Is declared to tm-ifir t«ll on Egyptian lake nsrlnillurr. 'I he Imns of th,e coinpdilion provide thai the vcin- cciy must eradicate the possibility 'of any \vhlte blotches being caused by ihc eggs or larvae of the pest. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Floyd an- Misses Mary McCallnm and'r Elizabeth Mnrkham, of Memphis j are guests of Miss Thelma Worth-! ingltm for Ihe weekend. ; Miss Mary Blanche Orcenwell of Biloxt, Miss., ts visiting her brother, Paul, ' Greenwell, and family. Mrs. Kenneth Mounts left yesterday for her home in Petersburg. .III., after spending a week here as the guest of her uncle Dr. Carl Nics, and Dr. Edna Mies CHURCH EXCUSES : Hy G. W.. Then saith Je-sus rnlo him. Gel thce hence Satan; for it io written. Ihou s-halt. worship the Lord, Thy God, and him only Shalt Thou serve. ; —Matthew 4:10. •ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY —Committee. Mr. and Mis. Heiman Pilchard i reentry. Miss Willie Marshall Is having her home Improved. •Rites for James Novrid STEKLK. Mo. —Funeral service:; were held for James Nor rid, •!?. who died Wednesday al Ihe Blytheville hospital lollowing a mafov operation. The services were held at Number Eight, cemetery with Rev. Herman Wagner, paslor of Mrs. Tom Whlltle, Havt), Mo. Riir( Mrs. Netherland, Mo,, \yerc guests of Courier News Cla&sliird Ads Pay. Leon' get into bed himself. He did. •IRST 'iillVrilODIST CHUIiCII .Seventh ami Main IV. V. Woniack, I'aslor lunch scliool, 0:45 a. m. Morning worship, 10:55 a. m a.stor's sermon-subject, 'Emptlwl oin Vessel-to Vessel. All Leagues, ; 7:15 p. in. Ltenlng worship 8 oo p m 'orn In Egypt" will he the'ser- on-subject. Mrs.'W. -L. Clark, Louke Hudson Mcllenry., : :, . ; . Evening worship,' (j () ,„ • • ••' Woman's Missionary ' sochly ' 'JVesday, a p.m. ; Church audi- lorium, ., '',:.. : • Prayer'meeting, \Vcdnesday erc- nlng, 8 p.m. iii\on\ iiiyrnoDiST CUIIKCH J is 1 Kanrilc, pastur oimd n tho'ol. 10 a.m. Mrs. Sue Urown, suiierintcmlent. (01 Mornina worship, B a.m. by p ls . 1 (| Young , people's mcclinj, 7 p.m. Evcniiig'i worship, K p.m. SSI MUM 01 (01) CHURCH 1 7lli and Ash Sis. Sunday schcol. sii'is a.m. Mcrniti!! services, 11 a.m. Jail Kervice, 4:M p.m. Jr. p.- A. class, 6:30 p.m. fir. C; A. Class, ti:K p.m. Evening service,, 8 p.m. -i li'cv. and Mrs, Clifford Miller, .'angclisls. arc ccnducllii" ;t re- val camnaign t.'vciy nlgiit in th? ps|:el tent located oil Sixth s^t, ctween Main and Ash, Mr. and rs. Miller arc bolii tslcnted mv- clan.s, he playing the piano',tvEo- n, and invisihle tromtioiic^ Vjiiul playing tlic piano .itui piano- cccrdion. Spceinl music is fea- u'cd each cvning. There will be services Salunlay isht. The Sunday morning serves will be held al the i'church, 11 ethers at the lent." MANLKV TOUHS Win. I.on Hotel, Memphis All Expense Tours lo Dallas each Sat., $23.00 Mrs. K. A. 'i'caford O.sceula,. Ark. • " I'hone 101 • t COOLUST SPOT IN TOWN! Saturday Only FlllST HACTIST Alfi'cd Carpcnlcr, 1'aslor 9:30 a.m.. Sunday Echool. 10:35 a.m.. Morulnt; service. Dr. I. E. Wallers, supply pastor, Scr-i ion lopic, "'flic Sliitbolcth of a iUcicssfV.I Life." G:ol) p.m., liaptist Trainins Unon. ,7:;iO p.m., Worship service. Ur. I. E. Walters, "The Element of ";iilh in Ihe Preparation for a ictorious Life." • try \ thine fence' • ^ ••. '.; 'O'.I: twice--if •inST UIIU1I01I OK Vine :uul Sccptid Slrculs llariuon Holt, Fnslgr Eunday school, D:'15 a.m. E. Evans, supt. Church, 11 a.m. Tlic bUhj rlngiii!; l.illle Chlklrcji ti> Jc- is" \vill be used for the sermon. vhich will be followed by a bip- ismal service, N. Y. P. S. meets at 7 p.m. 'or prayer program. M;s. J. C. Criner, president. s'nngelistic meeting, 8 p.m. Subject: "Death, Judgment, r;eav- :n. Holl." Beard meeting, Monday night. Grayer meeting, Wednesday niilil. \'c\'- are cordially invitcci io all FIRST PKESKYTEKIAN CliUKCII S. H. Salmon, Castor "Testings, Temptations, and Tasks" is the title of the message. .0 be delivered by the Pustoi^ jii' :he Morning Worship hour, wliicli, in.'i i)romtitly at 1! a. in. 'in Ihc evening worship service, lie- 1 ginning at 7:30 p. in., the sermon \ will be on the subject, "Creatures Wiser Than Men." A violin solo will lie another feature of the morning worship service, played by Mrs. Stuart. II. Salmon, accompanied by Bernard Oooch. Sunday church school, with ample facilities for all, begins promptly at a:|5 a. m. S. E. Vail is General 'Superintendent.. i and Serial—"Flash Gordon" wilh Buster C'rabLc Atlin.—Matinee & Ni?ht—.10 &'25s ''''.. Willi, Ic Ta^ Revival at Highlowcr An evangelistic meeting will bc- (jin Thursday al the M('tu;<lixl church at • lllghlowcr willi iiio Uev. 0. T. Handle, of Uncrj. doing, Ihe prcachins. Tlicre will lie two .v.ivic.rr. daily at 10:30 a.m. and 8 p.m. lli.7 Depute Ucnitrrt SAN 1'HANCISCO (UP)—Charlcj Bennlus of the "city's finest" also ranks us ite Solomon. When 7- vcar-old Loon Uiitiov sent a huiry call to the police, Bemiing rc- rpondcd. Leon explained thai i,ts flstcr was Iryhif to put him to bed wliije that was a task only his mother hud a right to pcr- fornl. Bennlng suggested that I'lI.GKIM I.UTIIEUAN CHURCH II. J. Kicliulicnsl, Pastor Sunday school. B a. m. Divine services. 1C a. m. Sermon topic: "Peter's Promotion." No evening services during July and August. You are invited to worship with us at the morning hour. The regularly quarterly congregational meeting will be held after the service. A report on the convention of the western dis- Irict ol the Lutheran church will uc heard. CHRISTIAN .SCJENCK SKKVICKs '08 W. Main St. "Life" i-, the subject of the L Jcn-Hennon which will be vea-1 m all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, j,-| y 13. The Golden Text is: 'Tnis is life eternal, that Ihcy mi'ht know thcc the only (rue God ~,and Jestis Chn.-,t, wlicm thou hasl sent" 'John 17:3). Among .(he citations which comprise the Lssson-Serinon is the following from the Hiblo: "That thou mayesl love tin: Lord thy Goti. and that lliou mayest obey His voice, and that ihou mnyesl cleave unto him: for he is thy life, ..aiid.sthc. length .ofihj- days'." (Dei-teriSnomy 30:20> '; ' The LcsEon-Scnnon includes nl- 30 Ihc following passage from (lie Christian Science textbook. ".Science and Health with Key 'to the Scriptures." by Mary Baker Eddy" "Ignorance of Cod is no longer the stepping-stone to f.iiih. The cnly guarantee of obedience is a ilahl apprehension of Him whom to know aright Is Life eternal. Though empires, fall, "the Lird shall relgir. forever" (Prcl. vii). ' , i.UXQIIA BAV'VIST U I', nnmuilic, Vaslor Sunday school. 9:00. J. M. Majors. superintendent. .' Mcrnlng Wcrsliin, 11 a.m., L V. Memming. pastor. U. T. U.'s. 7 p.m. leaders. RADIO A Co m little Line ot Tubts nnd 1'arli flVKBARD TIRE * BATTKIT CO, Sunday - Monday 1'ai-nntpuTil Xcws antl March of Ti'.ite ' fim.— aialinc'e' & ?:i With It Tax — Ccntinllr.us Show TUESDAY, .JULY 21, $150 HANK NIGHT —COMING; BOOK— AT Tin: rsn?, "DIE \VlUTi: AXGKI/', V.itll Kay I'rancis anil Ian ^ui'tcr. Sr.rcial Aliduight Shci'v.-, ' Salncdiy. .IUI.V 2.11)1. ' " ..• . . "I'ldMI-: O!'" TUK MAU'.MCS" nilh Charles liirkfrrd r.nd i ItiU'llce Hicc. 'TOOK ' 1.7TTLK KiCH GIRV Mi 111'Shirley Tc;n|ilc anil Alice "EARTH WOIIM T « A C T 0 It S. 1 ' with .loc V,. Ilro\*n. "STJ7.Y," with .lean Harlnu nnd Prandial Time. AT Tilt; KOXV Thurs.-l ( 'ii., July 'Kt-li "Till: LIFE Ol; 1 . CHKIST" ;, : ,i., T : inf and lalkillj picture.

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