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PAGE WO a "^LJTOEVgj.E <ARK.) COURIER NEWS' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9,-1940 Social Calendar - „ .MONDAY'S EVENTS - Woman's Auxiliary, St. Stephen's JSpiscopal church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with .Mrs. Joe Hughes. ".Woman'p Society of Christian Service, First 'Metfhodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's Council, First Christian church, having annual/peace pro- grarn, 7:30 o'clock at church. Circle One, Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church, meeting the Ark-Mo Power corporation, who discussed the problems of the consumer in; connection with that corporation, and A. 0. Hudson of the Hudson Tailor Shop, who talked on cleaning and described the various types of garments to be cleaned. Mrs. Ralph Berry man sang two songs. She was accompanied by Mrs. George M v Lee, Refreshments were served during the social hour by the hostesses. Mrs, Wyatt Henley and Mrs. Dan 2:30 o'clock with Mrs, James B. M. Dunkin, Clark; Circle Two, Mrs. C. M Gray; Circle Three, Mrs. ;E. A. Rice; Circle Four, Mrg. Jepse M. White, 7:30 o'clock. Circle One; Woman's •• Missionary Union, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church; Circle Two, Mrs. W. A. Grimmett; Circle Three,'Mrs. G. W. Bawes; .Circle Four, Mrs. Sam Williams; Circle.Five, Mrs,. Ivy W. Has Club Party Mrs. Frank Meyers had the vweek- ly Y. M. B. club party, Thursday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' H. M. McNeil!. In addition to the club members, she had as her guests, Mrs. Eddie Gaither and Mrs. Billy Sanders of Denison, Tex. Wilson Society—Personal Book Reviewed At Club Meeting "Foundation Stone" by Louelle Warren, was the book reviewed by Mrs. Neuton S. Stern, of Memphis at the November meeting of the Wilson Cooperative Club at its clubhouse Thursday afternoon. "Eduqa- tion" was the theme ,of the program with Mrs, J. R. Enochs as chairman. About 40 members and visitors heard the review of the historical novel of the south, which was very interesting and entertaining. Emilie Cummlngs, and "Women in Christian Service," by Mrs. E. Eisenbise, ; followed by a group discussion. Officers of this organization are Mrs. P. E. MeRae, president; Thelma Orr, vice president; Mrs W. O. Frezier; treasurer, and Mary Alice Stuttle, secretary. Mrs. ' Berry Grain assisted the hostess in serv r ; irjg refreshments. • «."""•'' • • • .- •-. • • The Rev. C. N. Guice 'la l\\ Jonesboro this week attending the Eastern Arkansas Conference of Meth- CHURCH NEWS eheld in Science the perfect man ; ho appeared to him where sinning mortal- man appears, to mortals.-In Addition .Of ,108 Members Announced By Osceola Methodist Church CSCEOLA, Ark., Nov! 3. —The addition, of 108. members to the Osceoln Methodist Church includ- Carl Marshall for high, lylrs. Boyd for bunco, Mrs. W. H. Brad- aerry for low, and Mrs. Eddie Gaither for guest high. • A Thanksgiving motif was carried out in the decorations and dessert -plate served at, the conclusion of the games. Bachelors Club Dance Honors Jonesboro Guests Jonesboro visitors were honored at the informal dance given Friday night by the Baphelors club at the Woman's club following the Blytheville-Jonesboro game at Haley Guests included a number of people from Osceola, Wilson, Driver Paragould, Steele and other neigh- Havc Drop- In Mr. and Mrs. Farmer England arid Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Morehead entertained a group jof their friends at a drop-in at the- England home Frjclay night .following the .Jonesboro-BlytheviUe .football Crawford; .Circle-Six, Mrs. H. M. Prlzes in the games weilt to Mrs> Whitehead. \ Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard entertaining Delta Delta Delta club, eight o'clock. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Auxiliary of the American Legion meeting 7:30 o'clock at American Legion Hut. Mrs. Harvey. Morris . entertaining Duo-Quad Bridge club, Mrs. Jess Horner and Mrs. John F. "Reinmiller entertaining Thursday Dessert club and Tuesday Contract club at Horner home. Tuesday club meeting with Mrs. •Lloyd Stickmori. Miss -Margaret Shaver having -plel^ Double O Bridge club. Mrs. Jesse M. White entertaining Friday Contract club. Tuesday Bridge club meeting with j^ring points' Mrs. Elton W. Kirby. Mrs. J. W. Adams Sr. having Bi-Monthly Bridge club. Mrs. W, A. Afflick' and Mrs. C. P. Tucker entertaining Charlevoix chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, one o'clock at Hotel Noble. "-WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. P. Holland entertaining Bi-Month}y' Luncheon club. Town and Country club meeting with Mrs. C. Modinger. Mrs. Loy Welch having Delta Contract club. , .Mrs. Renkert Wetenkamp entertaining- ADO Bridge club. Wednesday Bridge club meeting • -with Mrs. Harry Kirby. Mrs. Charles Alford having Thursday Bridge club. ----- - Mrs, C. W. Afflick and Mrs. Marion Williams'.entertaining Chapter D of the P. E. O. sisterhood, one o'clock, at Afflick home* -THURSDAY'S" EVENTS; Mrs. 'W. T. Burns entertaining Y. M. B. club. Young Woman's Missionary sb- cietjV First Church of the Nazarene meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs JacS Parker. Miss Elizabeth Ann Wilson entertaining Cee-Que Bridge club. Mrs, Russell Phillips having Thursday Luncheon club. Mid-Week Bridge clu"b meeting Avith Mrs. J.' Louis Cherry.. Mrs. ,0115 Shepherd entertaining' Double.Four club. Thursday, Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Charles Crigger. a / . Mrs. F. B. Joyner having Thurs- 42 on their profession of faith, I cation. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH James A, Overholser, minister Church schcol 9:45 a.m. Morning worship u a.m. Theme "The National Christian Mission. Ypung People's meeting 6'.30 p.m Evening worship T.30 p.m. Themc| "Enriching Spiritual Life." Thi service is in observance of Nationa Education Week, and will deal with the allied aims of religion and edu lis perfect man the Savior saw attend* Gqd'a own likeness, and this cor- i ect view of man healed the sick." 476 Refreshments were served informally from a table 'which' had a centerpiece of chrysanthemums. Billy Winburn, of West Memphis, houseguest of his sister, Mrs England, and • Mr. England, was an out of town guest for the affair. Mrs. Stern was accompanied by Mrs. A. H. Meyers of Memphis, and other visitors included Mrs Cone Murphy and daughter, Evelyn Cone of Jonesboro, Mrs. C. L. Jenkins and Mrs. Ora Owens of Joiner, Mrs, H. M. Lewis of Morrilton, and Mrs. A. B. Hill qf Donna, Texas who i? visiting in the home of her brother and family, O. M. Hill at Marie. The club house was attractively decorated with roses, marigolds and other fall ..flowers. A salad plate was served by the hostesses, Mrs C. W. Hoover, Mrs. Eva Kerlin Mrs. Jess Greer, Mrs. W. T. Beall Mrs. O. M. Hill and Mrs. H. C Carpenter. * *. *. Workers Council Meets Mrs. V. G. Mann, moderator of "the Workers Council and Mission Board of Mississippi County, together with members of the local Baptist Church, were hosts to the County Workers Council at a meeting held at Wilson on Friday. The morning session was held at the church, with a barbecue at noon at the Cooperative Club house W: H. Horp, opened, the meeting at , 10 o'clock with a devotional, "What Is Stewardship" by Lawson -A, Cook of Memphis. "What Will Titheing Do for a Church" by the Rev. O. M..StalUngs, state missionary, followed by a sermon by Lewis A. Myers, editor of Arkansas Bap- Mrs', H. M. Lewis and daughter Anna Martin, were houseguests of Mrs. C. L. Bird Thursday 'and'Fri- day of this week. :''•'••;'.!'' Mrs; C. F. Gentry, who recently underwent a maor operation at .the Methodist ' Hosiptal in ' Memphis was returned to her hornet here Tuesday. •. . . • •-"• Mrs, S. A. Manor was removed to her home here'Tuesday, follow-:: ing an appendectomy at the Methodist Hospital In Memphis. The entire faculty . of Wilson school was in Little Rock Thursday and Friday of this week to attend the annual meeting of the Arkansas Educational Association; 28 by "letter, 12 infants 'baptized and 26 by statement and restora-" tion during the past conference year bringing the total membership to 376 active, and 15 non-resident members v.'gs the highlight of the fourth quarterly conference held this week. , The church, of which the Rev. Paul Galloway is pastor, has raised $9,026.00 around 30 percent of which has gone to world service items, missions, and benevolences included hi the general missionary program. The final indebtedness on the church plant erected in 1925 was paid this 1 year, approximately $800 Bits of News Mostly Personals and redecorating. Last year several needed repairs were also made on the church. The year 1940 has proved the best financial year In tists, comprised day program. part- of the all Contract club. p^tlpeeting three o'clock at clubhouse fe-'^wriS- . _ (S&-'>Z*tf~ikL<- izgi&- Plans For Winter is for caring for die EUnwooc during the winter were at the meethfg of thr Cemetery association Friday afternoon at' the home of Mrs. Arsl Lindsey. I^ra^se of conflicting dates, thr time of the monthly meeting ha.' been changed from the second to the" first Friday afternoon c- r each month. The December meeting wil j V* A «*• -4-l^«"i V* *-» rv» A f* -T Ik rf i-c- f"\ *• I- y\ "D m A __ * : Miss Eugenia Crawford, a student at Arkansas State College' at Jonesboro, is spending the weekend nere with her parents, Mr.'and Mrs. ivy W. Crawford. George W. Patterson, minister of the First Clirlstian church, aiid' Mrs. Pattersi^i returned this morning from Little Rock where they had attended the National Chris- Mission. . and Mrs. Russell B. Stout-' who have been in Little Rock, are here for the weekend. They plan* to return here within a-week to establish their residence. Mrs. Stout was before her marriage Oct. 21 Miss Martha Bailey of Conwny. Miss Martha Sue Billings, of Kennett, Mo., is the weekend guest of Miss Mary Helen Moore. Mrs. Pearl Hires is spending" the weekend in Union City, Tenn., as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J, 'W. Dunn Jr., and family. J. B. Husbands, who attend? Arkansas State College at Jones- Scarritt College Is Theme pi 1 Prayer Program Mrs. C. L. Bird was leader of the program-on.Scarritt College at Nashville, .presented at the all day meeting Monday at the. home,.of Mrs. C. N. Guice 'm''observance-.of. the week of prayer, with 25 members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service present. The scripture was read by Mrs A. L. Crittenden, and Mrs. Moulfcrie spoke on "Adventuring on Untried Roads," and Mrs. J. A. Apple discussed the topic "Scarritt Built for the Future" during tl;e afternoon session. A piano solo. "Fifth Nocturne" by Leybnch, was rendered by Mrs. T. B. Baker. A pot luck dinner was served • at noon. • * * * Has Birthday Party Miss June Turner entertained with a party at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Turner Jr., on Tuesday night, celebrating her twelfth birthday. About 1? boys and .girls of the younger set called and played games, ar^rt were served punch and cfjke. Observance Of Armistice Day Asked By Mayor Mayor Marion Williams today •{Issued a proclamation urging \ ob- I sfrvance of Armistice Day (Monday) by the citizens of BlytheviUe. His proclamation follows: "Whereas Nov. 11 is the annual date en which we recall and ob-j serve the day in 1918 when World War guns were silenced, and "Whereas, we, as Americans- are members o! a Democratic nation which survives that challenge £o Democratic institutions and. will survive any other attempt to destroy them, and - ." • "Whereas National;.Unity ;n the face cf the grave challenge that how confronts Democracy is 'essential, and ,:,, . "Whereas our observance nt Armistice Day will serve to unify our nation and impress us : . with" the solemn responsibility -we, t\s a nation of free peoples, have: . - ; "Therefore, it is hereby iirged that all Citizens cf . Blytheyille demonstrate, their loyalty io the memory' of those who died on foi> Jgn fields by displaying thy Amer- .can flag and by = pausing hi /rey.r. zrerit prayer for, •. the return . of peace,-.to -trios- troubled world, when •'ijtfe clock'strikes'the-hour of Eleven o'clock a. m. Monday, Novem- War/" dealing with the -peace traditions in religious literature.' Everyone-is..cordially, invited to... FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and Eighth Alfred Carpenter, pastor 9:30 a.m. Bible school. 10:40 a.m. Morning worship--cn the air over station KLCN. Special music. SermorWOne Thing A\l Met) Must Do." A generous welcome ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 11:00 a.m. Morning prayer service. W. W. Prewitt, lay reader. 10:00 a,m. Sunday school. Winnibeth Buckley, 6, Bit By Bird Dog Winnibeth Buckley, six-year-old is extended to a)l to attend these daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eavi servces. etirrent expenses, district fund hospital funds and missionary specials paid. Faber A. White, superintendent of the Sunday School also reports a good year with an average attendance of 202 and total enrollment of 404. Missionary Sunday is observed each fourth Sunday, and a nev envelope has been introduced \vhicr is helping 1 ; the attendance and of ferings. Every officer and teache was present last Sunday. The Women's Society of Chris tian Service was recently organize* with 105 charter members, heade by Mrs. G. B. Segraves, president. Other officers are Mrs. Mary Spann, vice-president; Mrs. J. A. Gwaltney, recording secretary; Mrs. C. E. Lloyd, corresponding secretary; Msr. L. W. Walters, treasurer. Miss Julia Mae Morrison heads the .Wesleyan Service Guild composed of 30 business and professional women. -Mrs. C. W. Watson is vice-president; Miss \Mildred Jolly, 'secretary; Miss .• Geraldine Liston, treasurer. . ' - "" The board, of trustees includs^Dr. C. M..Harwell, O. W. Knight, J. T. Caston, John W. Edrington, G. B. Segraves, C. N. Pace and Dr. George Cone. Stewards are J. T : Coston, chair- Midweek service Wednesday 7:3 p.m. Choir practice Wednesday 8:1 p.m. You are cordially invited to at tend the services of this churqh Visitors hv the city are especial) /elcome, , . 'ILGROt LUTHERAN CIKJRC II. J. Kliendienst, pastor Sunday school 10:45 a.m. No morning services because of! ;he special Mission Rally service at 3 p.m. Hear the Rev. Mr. Coyner of Memphis speak on the greatest work of the church. The Lutheran Hour over 200 stations. Try WMPS, Memphis, at 12:30 and KLCN at 3:30 for the most popular religious broadcast on the radio. Evening worship 7:30 p.m. The pastor will speak on Luther, the Great Protestant Reformer of the Church, whose 457th birth anniversary we commemorate Sunday. The Walther League has a special meeting Sunday evening at 6:45 p.m. ' ; . . Buckley, was bitten by a dog Fri- G:30 p.m. Training Union. .day noon which may. result in the ' 7:30 p.m. Evening preaching serv- child having to bs treated for pos- ice. Congregational singing. Special sible rabies. horo, is spending the weekend here with his' parents, Dr. and Mrs z\ L. Husbands. ' . • / Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haynes and sons. Bob and Dick, of Fort Smith, are the weekend guests of Mr. and Club Has Dance MV ; and Mrs. D. D. Cash and Dr and Mrs. C. H. Porter were members of the committee ui charge of ier 11. The Finance Committee meets Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. - A Circuit budget conference,takes place at Ulm, Ark,, Tuesday'. A cordial welcome to all visitors FIRST METHODIST CHURCH E. B. Williams, pastor 9:45 ajn. Church school. S. K Garrett, superintendent. We have a class for every age. 6:45 p.m. The young people will meet in their respective departments for Epworth League. Since our Annual .^Conference is in. session at Jonesboro, there will be, no preaching-'services at this church Sunday. A large number of you will likely -want to drive over to Jonesboro Sunday morning to hear Bishop Charles C. Selecman and remain, for the reading of the appointments in the afternoon. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth George W. Patterson, Minister ^:45 a. m. Bible school, Russell music.. SerrnoiWA Second Work of Grace." Baptismal service. BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street 9:30 a.m. Bible school. A class Cor each age group. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Fletcher Spruce, pastor Sunday school' opening exercises. 9:45 a.m. Bob Tyrone, superintend dent. Worship and instruction for all age groups. Morning sermon by the minister 11 a.m. Sermon topic: "Then Came Jesus" John 20:26. Juniors meeting, 3 p.m. •• ' N. Y. P. S., Jack. Parker, president, 6:45 p.m. Evangelistic message: by the pastor, 7:30 p.m. Sermon subject: "This Way Out." Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Lesson subject, "The Palm Tree Christian/' Ps. -92:12 Thursday noon, prayer and fasting. Thursday afternoon, W. M. S. You are invited to worship with us in these services. A bird dog bit her on'the right cheek when she stroked the animal on the head. His teeth dug into her cheek, making a deei> gash an inch long. The dog is being kept up to ! ascertain if lie is mad. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Claude Crost, Dallas/ Texas, admitted. Mrs. John Parks, Steele, admitted. Mrs. Ruby Stain, Steele, admitted. Cecil James, Steele, dismissed. BIythcvitle Hospital Lieut, iv. A. Randall, Hayti, admitted. Memphis Methodist Hospital Mrs; E. J. Simmons, Wilson, admitted. Mrs. P. D. Underwood, city, admitted. IB'-.OS ITZ VBI I^H • -Ji^V^Mk man; Dr. C, M. Harwell, G. B. .Barham, superintendent. "Signed "Marlon Williams , "Mayor of Blytheville." Sermons To Emphasize Little Rock Conference 11:00 a. in. worship, communion and preaching. * . : ' •• 7:30 p. in. worship and .preach- •Segraves, J. W.-Edrinpton, -O. W. Knight, T. W. Potter, D. S. Laney, S- M; Hodges/: ; W.';':;j|f j Le\yis, Dr r L.. D^ Masse'y,'. J. "I A^^igg^ Steve "Ralph;' C.., W. Watson/*" -Fred Taylor,,.'>jr., •J.; : ,W .Whitworth, "c. D. Ayres, S. G.-Lockhart, Dr. George Cone, W. C i>; Mason, Roy E. Duncan. ....Jltie Junior Beard is composed of Joe'W. Rhodes, G. B. Segraves, Jr., CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES ing/-.-"I" --..-.--.. r-^vv, —,' _,. . "We" nibst cordially. r -iriyite the public. Strangers in-;our.: city especially invited. Well try to "make you glad you come our way. The National Christian Mission probably the most important interdenominational conference in Arkansas' entire history/'which is being held in Little Rock this week, will be the theme, of sermons at the 11 o'clock- -hour Sunday morning at both the First Presbyterian and First Christian churches. Both ; Rgg'gio Young, L. W. Walters, Jr., EmmeLt Wilson. Jr. _. In the Young People's Department, Buddy Barbiers is -president; Thomas Walkev, vice-president; ' Betty Ann Whitworth. treasurer. "Superintendents of departments of the ' the various church are Sunday School Faber A. White: Adults. Mrs. W. B. Flannigan; Young People, Mrs. Mona Moore; Children, Mrs. E. W. Parkard; Intermediates. Miss Jennie Ralph; the Rev. James A. Overholser, pastor of Geoi-ge i Juniors, Mrs. Paul V. Galloway; Primary, Mrs. E. W. Packard; Be- Df Patterson, minister of. , Mrs. a M. Harwell; Nurs' ' be at the home of Mrs. Otto Brad- Mrs. Russell Farr. They came over berry, at Lost Cane. A dessert course was sewed by -the hostess during the sqclal hour which followed. * • * * Entertain .Class ;Mrs. Franks Simmons and Mrs. ' especially Jonesboro night. • J. Giilesple were hostesses to "members of the Dorcas Siuirtny school class of the First Baptis' ' church'-.. Fridas*..' afternoon at. Simmons home. the for the Blytheville- football game Friday Fcr^the autumn parly, the hostesses had arranged in the two entertaining rooms - special bouquets cf ...cnrysaritHemuras in shades van-- ,ing from white to deep rust along with' zinnias in blue urns. i Eleven members and one- visitor, Mrs. R. I. Haley, were present. The devotional from the' 93rd. Psalm wa? given by Mrs. H. E. Barnett anc? prayer- was offered by Mrs. Haley. Miss Cordelia Wilhite preMdrsri over the business session. Refreshrncrjts were served ing Uie devotional perio<l. al Peace Program Be Given Monday annual peace program ar- a by the Woman's Council of First Clirisclan cht'rch will be |hsn.Monda^' night at 7:30 o'clock the church, George" W- • Patterson, minister thec church, will deliver the prills [pal,^ad-dress of,'the program foi' '' ^Mji^'E,: ;M,-"Terry- is .leader. John . C.; -^McHanGV is io prc- Mr., and Mrs. Paul Potter are spending the weekend in Union City Tenn;, with relatives. While there. MY. Potter \v\ll attend to business. Mary D. Fitzgerald, student at Arkansas State College, at Jonesboro. is spending the weekend here with her parents. Murray Best, of Memphis, is the weekend guest of his brother. Mitchell Best. Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Lamb and children. Billy Jean. and Bert, will leave this aftcmoon for Eupora Miss.. where v they \vi\l spend the weekend with 'relatives. the monthly dance of the Cotillion CHlb held Thursday night at the Wilson club house. About 30 couples and stags danced to the strains of the nickelodeon until a late hour, when refreshments were served. * * • Wesleyan Guild Hold Meeting The Wesleyan Guild, an organization affiliated with the Women's Society of^ Christian Service, recently organized by the professional and business women, held their monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. C. L. Bird Tuesday night. A short devotional was led by Mrs C. N. Guice. and the following program was given: •'Sharing the Message" by Thelma On-. "Christlfini; Still Carry On It Japan," by Mary Symonds. "A Ne\\ Need in a Warring World.'' by the latter church, are to report on their impressions of the Mission. Little Rock is the smallest city visited by this mission which was begun four years ago. It is a sig-; nificant int.eir-crmrch conference Three outstanding leaders atthi? year's session are Dr. E. Stanley Jones, missionary to India, and friend of Gandhi, Miss Muriel Les-» ter.. British church leader and social worker; and Dr. Adolph Keller of Geneva. Dr. Keller is one of the outstanding Protestant "leaders of Europe and is the chief European representative of w'orld Inter-Church Relationship. He makes contacts for American churches in seeking to bring relief to the suffering Christians of Europe in the way of food. help with church programs in the time of crisis, and International Red Gross work. ery,,Mrs. A. S. Rogers; Home DC- and it was restored whole, like 118 S. Broadway "Adam and Fallen Man" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in. alt Churches and Societies of the Church of Christ •scientist,, on Sunday, Nov. 10.. The Golden Text is: "Unto thee will I cry, O Lord my rock . . . 3ave thy people, and bless thine inheritance: feed them also, and lift them up for ever." Psalms 28:1, 9 Among the citations which prise the Lesson-Sermon is the fol- iowing from the Bible: "Then saith 'ne to the man. Stretch forth thine h?xnd. And he stretced it forth; ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Seventh .and Ash Streets S. A. Merrill, pastor 8:30 a. m: Radio program. 9:40 a. m. Sunday school 11:00 a. m. Morning worship. 8:OG p. m. Evangelistic service. Tuesday, 8:00 o'clock, Youn* People's meeting. Friday. 8:00 o'clock, Bible study. CHURCH OF CHRIST \V. Main and Highway 61 Denton M. Neal, evangelist Lord's Day services: Preaching, 11:00 a. m. Communion, 11:50 a. m. Young People's Bible class, 7:15 p.m. , ,. Preaching, 8:00 p. m. Mid-week services: Wednesday, 8:00 p. m study and song practice. Thursday, 3:00 p. m. Bible class. , Radio services, KLCN, daily (accept Sunday) 12:15 to.12:30 o'clock. Sunday, 2:30 to 3:1'5' : o'clock., You are invited to each of .our services. You will find a hearty welcome with us. . TEMPLE ISRAEL Herman Pollack, rabbi 1:30 p.m. Sunday school classes "will meet. • 3 pjn. Services in commemoration of Armistice Day. Sermon topic: "Bad Peace versus Good SATURDAY CHEROKEE A Paramount Picture > DIX Cartoon & serial "Green Archer". j Continuous show 10:15 a.m. till 11:30 p.m. Bible SUNDAY & MONDAY F^oon Over Surma .with Dcrothy Lamour & Preston Foster Paramount Nev/s & Ccmsdy Continuous show Sunday from 1:45 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. LISTEN TO .KLCN 10:00 ajn.—12:45 p.m.- T 4:30 p.m. Phone Ritz 224 Phone Roxy 322 1AKOE EVERY SAT. NIGHT BLUE ROOM HOTEL NOBLE Mr. & Mrs. Jessee Stitt J. T. Sudbury partment, Miss Nell Rhodes. Home is Sought For ;. 17-Year-0!d School Gir A home, whereby a girl wouk work in exchange iov her rcovr. and beard in order that she raigh. continue in school, is sought hi friends of the 17-year-old higi school student who has lost he": former place because of the famil". moving from the city. The 'girl has: had several yea<-< experience in caring for children Mrs.' John C. McHancy, at 588, is one of the women who are seeking a home for her. ihe other." Matthew 12:13 The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages from the • Ohvistian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy:- "Jesus H APPY UOUR GRO.& "MKT. FKEK DELIVERY m W. Main St., Pbonr 15 on ai serial "vead«'ood DicU" Ccntinuous show from 12:45 to 11:30 n.m. SUNDAY & MONDAY Sixty-seven laches of rain fell} at Assam; India, in a single year. ai^^ Beardens, Fa_ther And Son, Receive Honors JONESBORO; Ark.. NOV. s. -» Among iTr'trrabers of 'the first cli\s.> 1 of ministers \tno were promoted] vesterday'at. the -.North Arkansas' Conference of Methodist churches were the Rev. Robert E. Lee Bearden Jr., of Luxorn and the Rev. William Watson of Reiser. Superannuated/".ministers called to trie chancel to receive greeting,-} from Bishop Selccman. They were the "Rev. G: G. Davidson, of -Euvcka Springs, ,Uic Tlev. Fred L.. Hamilton: of Siloarn Springs, the Rev. O. E." Gocldard /or Fort. Smith, ths Rcvv R. E. Lcc Beardcn Sr.. o: Marion find the Rev. Carl It. Bumpas of Hsber Springs. Th Rev. Mr. Bearden was among thoss singled out to .bo honored -Tor i achievements'. -• •;- -There are more. • -than ' ' 200 . aJr hostesses employed in the United ON DISPLA 7" In Our West Window Advance Showing of MEW STYLES Iff Fiil 1 By DC Liso'"D.el)s' T -r-Twecdies-.aiul Smith's Spur Us Special News Flashes FRIDAY-SATURDAY SUNDAY & MONDAY .E BLYTHEVILLi NATIONAL COTTON PICKING CONTEST YOUR PHONE m DO YOUR mm FOR YOU ITZ SATURDAY MIDNIGHT 11:15 p. m. "1 ana also PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S RE-ELECTION FKIDAY-tsATCKDAY The telephone's a remarkable thirty . . . all you have to do is pick up the receiver . f . tell the operator "327, please", and your washing i s dene. That is. one of our courteous routcmcn will be over in a Has* 1 io pick up your wash clean *oon after. and deliver it fresh and For Belter Laundry, and Dry Cleaning cm 32£§2H STEAM LAUNDRY EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION /HOW TOf^ TAKEAB4T {ijii<?f Seer As of Miladrfs i t • .•* •»..».—..» i

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