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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE TOO BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar V •.. :...._•.•. MONDAY'S EVENTS Delta Delta Delta club having Founder's Day Banquet Hotel Noble. 6:45 o'clock. • Circle One, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church; Circle Two, Mrs.-B. F. Harmon; Circle Three, Mrs. J, T. Westbrook; Circle Four, Mrs. C. E. Edds; Circle Five, Mrs. Alvin Hufffman;, Circle Six, Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer. Woman's Auxiliary, St. Stephen's Episcopal church, 1 meeting 2:30 o'clock with- Mrs. A. G. Little. Woman's Auxiliary,- 'First Presbyterian church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Mattie Allen. Woman's Council, 'First Christian church, meeting with Mrs. H. C, Patton, 2:30 o'clock. , -Armorcl Parent Teacher association sponsoring bingo party, 0:00 o'clock at Armorer school. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Ross D. Hughes and Mrs. Byron.Morse ; entertaining with tea from 4:00 to 6:00 o'clock at the Hughes home. Mrs. G. S. Barnes entertaining Bi-Monthly Bridge club. Tuesday club meeting with Mrs. Joe G. Trieschmann. Mrs. Tom Heaton having Duo- Quad Bridge club. Mrs. Paul Whittington entertaining Tuesday Contract club at her 1 Friday Contract club meeting "With .Mrs. R. C. Allen. .Mrs. J. Nick Thomas having Tuesday Bridge club. Mrs. J. Nick Thomas having Tuesday Bridge club. Order of Eastern Star having stated meeting, 7:30 o'clock, at Hall. Y. M. B. club meeting with Mrs. Dalton 'Tali. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Harold Schnee entertaining ADC Bridge club. Town and Country club meeting wtih Mrs. C. R. Wroten. . Mrs. Roland Green having Delta Contract club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS . Executive board T Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, .meeting. 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. C. E. Edds. Helen Louise Shaver Wed to Julius Gildcn Announcement was made today of. .the marriage of .Miss Helen Louise Shaver and Julias Gilden which was solemnized Tuosday in Caruthersyille. Mrs. Gilden, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Shelby Shaver of- Little Rock, has bceii instructor o fart in the junior high school for the past year. She was graduated from State Teachers college at'-Comvay. Mr. Gilden .is assistant manager of Grabcr's Department Store. He came here from St. Louis where he was educated in the public schools. He is the son of Mr. and -Mrs. .Joe Gilden. formerly of St. Louis and now of Los Angeles. For the present, Mr. and Mrs. Gilden are making their' home at 1109 West Main street. After Jan. 1, they plan to reside in Los Angeles. . ' * * * Have Family. Dinner •Thirty two guests were entertained at a family dinner given Friday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Payne. Out ' of town guests included Thomas Burks and Ellis Burks, of Detroit, the Rev. Earl Burks, of San Antonio, and Mrs. J. C. Mick, of Earlc, here' with their mother. Mrs. Laura Burks, who is ill at her'home on Clark street.. Mrs.'-Thomas Burks and family and Mrs. Ellis Burks, of Detroit. and Mr. and Mrs. Lance Payne of •Chicago, were .-also'present for the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Lance Payne will return' to their home Monday, but the other guests left today. cousin of Mrs. Atkins, of Rector; Ugie Hamilton of Maiden, an uncle; Mrs. Florence Hamilton, an aunt, Mr. and Mrs. George Thief; Mrs. Rachel Atkins, of Paragould; Ed Huggins, brother, and Mrs. Huggins, Jim Huggins and Woodrow Huggins, nephews, and Mrs. Woodrosv Huggins, Mr. and Mrs. Odis Reed, all of Joriesboro; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rayhorn, of Memphis; Mrs. Opal Baker and Norman Baker, all of Chicago. Airs. J. M. Gillespie, Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty, Mrs. J. Fan-is McCalla. George Dillahunty and Billy Wayne Taylor visited reativcs in Dyersburg and RipJcy. Thursday. E. E. Alexander is quite ill at his apartment-office on Main street, Mrs. W. T. Burnett has been confined to her home, 112-1 West Chickasawba avenue, for several days because of illness. Miss Billle Leggett, who attends the University of Mississippi at Oxford, is spending the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Leggett. Mrs. Morris Zollncr is visiting relatives in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Payne and their house-guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lance Payne, of Chicago, arc spending today in Memphis. Among the out of town people here for the funeral of C. S. Stevens Friday were: his sister, Mrs, Elma Ramsey and daughter, Grace, of Drew, Miss., who will spend a few days here; Mrs. J, E. Watts of Ruleville, Miss,, aunt of Mrs. Stevens, who will also remain over until Sunday; Mrs. R. D. Kirk and Mrs. E. A. Stacy and .son, Jack, of Tupelo, Miss.; J. A. Still of Senatobia, Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. John Sawyer and son, of Caruthersville; Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Mack of Jonosboro; Mrs. Lou Wylie. Mrs. R. E. Connell and Mrs. Pete Valentine of Ruleville, Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. Wclby Young: and Myron Nailing, of Osceola. Jesse Sawyer Jr., of San Antonio, Tex., returned home Friday after having visited his aunt, Mrs. A. B. Hall, and Mr. Hail here since Monday. Billy Wayne Bradley, three weeks old son of Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Brad- Icy of Manila and who has been ill at Walls Hospital, was sent to Memphis Methodist Hospital yesterday for special treatment. His father, who has alsp been a patient at the hospital for several days, was nblc to be removed home today. The Rev. MJ". Eggenspcrger is originally from Springdale, and Mrs. Eggenspercr from Clarksville. They are at home at 1000 West Ash street. Albert McKnight Will GtAt Trip To 4-11 Club Congress fereth not bur feet to be moved." Psalms, G6;8,9. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson -Sermon is the following from the Bible: "My soul, wait thou only upon God; for my expectation J.s from him " Psalms 62:5. The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following .passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science, and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy: " OSCEOLA, Ark., Nov. 22.—County E. H. Burns ha:; been noli- and Soul are one, and this "Soul and Spirit being one, God Lists Proram -Vesper Choir To.- Give Tomorro Program to be presented by the fied by W. J. Je/nigan, state club agent, that Albert McKnight, 15- year-old Mississippi County high school student and 4-H Club member, has won the distinction of being the state champion cotton producer for 1940. Albert's award is a free trip to the National 4-H Club Congress in Chicago Dec. 2-S as special guest of the Chilean Nitrate Educational Bureau. Albert and other state winners will leave Saturday, Nov. 30, returning Dec. 7. Albert, is the .sou of Mr. and Mrs. O. K. McKnight who farm in the Little River community; he has been active in 4-H Club work for the past three years and but for his age would have won the contest last year, leading all toiler contestants. The minimum age requirement is that each winner be 15 years of age. This year he 4iad for his demonstration a one-acre plot of cotton which yielded a total of 4,720 pounds of seed cotton which turned out 1,486 pounds of lint. Albert side-dressed his cotton soon after it was hoed with 200 pounds of Chilean Nitrate of Soda per acre and secured 464 pounds per acre increase in seed octton as a result of this practice. There wei'9 44 boys in South Mississippi County taking part in the cotton club work this season, and 35 boys participating In the corn club wor kwhich has not been decided yet. . This is the third state champion Mr. Burns has produced in the four years of his work in'South Mississippi County. In 1938 John D. Giibow or the same community and school won the contest with upward of 1100 pounds of lint cotton per acre; the same year Earl Han-is of the same section and same club won the corn growing contest. A son was born to Mr. ami Mrs. Carroll Blakcrnorc Friday m'sht at Blythcxlile Hospital, The b'.vby. who weighed seven pounds and fjvr. ounces, has been named Carroll Fairfax Blakcmorc Jr. ••;•'•'• "' * * J Bachelors Announce Date oC Holiday Dance One of the first dances to br announced for the Yuletitle is a New Year's Eve affair to be •sponsored by the Bachelors' club. Owen Zuck and his orchestra will come here from the Tune Town Ballroom of St. Louis to play for the dance at the city hall. Other'details of the dance are being arranged and will bs announced later. ,7. T. Sudbury. chairman of the 'club, said today. Bits of News Personals srrvice Sunday afternoon at 4:30 c'clock at the First Presbyterian church was announced .'today by Miss Nannie Clarke Smith, director. The choir is to be assisted by the Rev. James A. Overholscr, Diuvtor of the church. For the prrludc. the choir will "Pilgrim's Chorus" from •"Tnnnhauescr" by Wagner. This 's to be followed by a processional hymn "Come Ye Thankful peo- cle Come" and "Snnctus Fo. 2," The invocation and the anthem "Unfold Ye Portals", from "The ?cdcmplicn" by Gounod will pre::-dc the scripture. The choir then •ings. "Hear Our Prayer. O Lord," Whelpton, followed with prayer wel the choral response "The Lord's Prayer." Gregorian chant. A :jolo. "Sing and Give Thanks." 7'Hara. will be rendered by Betty T ran Hill. Roberts' "God of Our "afhers" and Berlins "God Blc.-ss 'merica" will be the choir's next •>rf',-rin<;s. The second .solo. "Praise 'o Thee". Treharne. will be sung \v George Mubbard Jr. The -program will be concluded vuh the choir's singing "Now the Oay Is Over." the benediction and At The Hospitals Walls Hospital 'Elmer Crawford, Rosclaiul. admitted. . . ;, Mrs. J. T. White, city, admitted. Betty Jane Perkins, Dell, admitted. Buren Thompson Jr., city, admitted. Thanksgiving! Tcrry Robinsoil< WHson admiu TfV/^l^ «-» f A .Ort i . choral response. Snyder Jr.. i.s . 'or (he program. Leader of the . The choir is made tip uC (he Mlowhn stiulrnls: .sopranos. Miss -*.i 1. Bobbye Ann Purvis, Lanrlh ' George W. Barham has bee:i confined to his home for several days because of illness. Among the put of town people here Friday for the funeral of Mrs. Harry Atkins were: Mrs. Glen Thomason, Mrs. Harry Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kuggins/ all of ^t. Lotus; Pedro Simmons, of Charleston; .Oda Hamilton. Arthur HamiUou and Cleve Hamilton, uncles of Mrs. Atkins, Mrs. Artnur Hamilton, Miss Esther 'Hamilton, 'mart. Hclnm Johnsen. Vcr;> Good- •ji-h. Ernestine FTalseil. Beverly H10 mas. Const ancc Den ton. Joyce Walls. Virginia Morrland. Altos: La Von ne Redman. Mar- .cric Stevens. Betty Phillips. Mary Rtichcl. Kay Thomas. Sallie Matins. Tenors: George Hubbard. Rieh- uci Robcr'Us. Warren Clarkr, George Trusty. . Masses: Bill, David Boone. 'nrk Citamblin, j oc Evrard, Harvey Morris. Bob McKancy. | Methodist Associate Pastor Arrives Here The Rev. Harold Esgcnspcrgcr has arrived here to assume ins- duties as associate pastor of the F; Methodist church, according to announcement made today by the Rev. E. B. Williams, pastor. Tne Rev. Mr. F.ggcnspcnier. \\ho\r work will be mainly with iho young people of thr church received bisb A. B. from ITcmtrix college, Conway. and his B D from Southern Methodist University at Dallas. He is new working on his M. A. Accompanying the assistant pas- 'tor here from Dallas is Mrs E*- genspcrger, who has her A. B from The College of the Ozarks at ted. Mrs. Ed Seratt. Manila, dismissed. Billy Wayne Bradley, ' Manila, dismissed. Mrs. I. N. Bradley, Manila, dismissed. Mrs. Arnold Fowler. Manila, dis- Mrs. Arnold Fowler, Manila, dismissed, Mrs. Leonard Smith. Armorcl, dismissed. niythcvillc Hospital William Beavers, city, admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carrol F. Blakcmore, a son Thursday night. B. L,. Taylor, St. Louis, dismissed. Dorothy Taylor, city, dismissed. Memphis Methodist Hospital Billy Wayne Bradley, Manila, admitted. Memphis Baptist IhtspiUl Mrs. Gwin. Holland. Cooler. Mo., admitted. CHURCH NEWS - — one never included in a limited mind or a limited body." p. 335. I'lUST PltESRYTEItlAN CHUKCH James A. Overholscr, Minister Church school 9:45 a. m. This is the annual day for the bringing oi gifts for the children's Home of Arkansas Synod, the Thanksgiving gift of food. Morning- worship, H:QO a . m Theme, "LifeSs Unearned Portion.' Vesper service 4:30 p. m. The Vesper ehoir of the Blythevillc high-school, under the direction at Miss Nanny Clarke Smith, will present a program of sacred music Everyone is cordially invited to attend and bring friends to this service. Young People's meeting, 6:30 p m. Men's.Club Monday night at 6:30 o'clock, the monthly supper meeting. Midweek service Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Choir practice Wednesday, .8:15 p. m. The Pnion Thanksgiving service at the First Baptist Church, Thursday 10:00 a. m. The Rev. E. B. Wil liams will preach the sermon. Express gratitude and reverence through the church attendance ii this wek of Thanksgiving. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH E. K. Williams, pastor x 9:45 a.m. Church school. S. K Garrctt, superintendent. A class for every age. 10:55 a.m. Worship service. Ser mon by the pastor'.. "I Have Stewardship" — theme. Servic broadcast over KLCN. 6:45 p.m. The Young People will meet in then- respective departments. 7:30 p.m. Worship service. Sermon by the pastor. You are cordially invited to ivor- ship with us. TEMPLE ISRAEL Herman Pollack, rabbi 1:30 p.m. Sunday school classes will meet: parts will be assigned* for the annual Chanuko, Feast of Lights, program. 3 p.m. Following services the congregation will be addressed by Dr. Baruch ' Braunstein, of New York City, now on a lecture tour in behalf of the United Jewish Appeal, an agency raising funds for overseas relief and ' the settlement of refugees. The meeting is sponsored jointly by the congregation and the B'nai B'rith Lodge, with L. K. Harwarg and E. M. Jafl'c in charge. L. K. Hsrwarg will preside over the meeting. Members of the congregation and the lodge are requested to attend. ncciing. Friday, Decc. 0'. the Rev. C. B. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER '23,-.1940 birthday of her daughter, jean Driver Kendrick. „ , _, . „, V44V iv.vv. \j. t». • uiivur ZxclJQllCr Puggett and the Rev. Holland The three-tiered birthday cake .rMi/lrin «T 11 \\f, ,,,i.\ :.. . . .,. _ .. VJI.4J \.uri.w will be with us in a great •form; Mission service. Come, wot- hip with us. riKST CHRISTIAN CHUKCH Main ;tt Sixth Gto. W. I'aUerson, minister Bible school, Russell Barham, su- jerimendent, .9:45 a.m; Worship, communion and-preaching 11:00 a.m. "Christians Despite It All" will be the sermon theme. Worship and preaching 7:30 p.m. 'Do We Want a Revival? How We May Have One" will be the sermon theme. Don't forget your Thanksgiving- ollcring. We most cordially invite the public. Strangers in cur city cspe- with five candles on top held the eyes of the children. Gray-colored balloons decorated the large interior of the Driver-Kenddck home. Jean Driver's outdoor slide, tricycles and other equipment had 'been brought inside the house due to inclement weather outside. Jn ihe two contests of pinning the tail on the donkey La Lou and Peggy Jan Driver won prizes for one. and Billie Alexander, Stuart, Crihfield and Snow Wilson in won prizes for the other. In the dart games. Billie Shippen and Laura Lou Pope were winners. Out-of-town guests were Joy Clay Young III of Jcme.sboro; Ely Driver, Jr., and Trudie Carter of Mars ton, Mo. daily invited. We'll try to makcj As . sisLin , Mrs . K emlridc in en- you glad you came our way. Wiling the B ue S U weie her md- PII.UKIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut II. .1. Klemdiensl, pastor Divine worship 10 a.m. Sermon Ihcr, Mrs. E. E. Driver, Mrs. E. E. Driver, Jr., of Marston, Mo.. Mrs. Wayne Dicksqn also of Marslon. Mrs. E. H. Burn*, Mrs. E. S. Crih- ficld. Mrs. Guy Robbins, Mrs. Earl for all ages. The Lutheran Hour over Mutual network. Try WMPS at, 12:30 and KLCN at 3:30 o'clock. No evening worship. Teachers' meeting 7:30 p.m. Monday. A cordial '.velcoim; to all. FULL GOSPEL TABKRNACU-: lily and Vine Streets Clifford L. Thacker, pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. Roy Handlcy, superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship scr- 6:30.oi.m. P. Y. P. A., Lester Gray, president. Revival every night, 7:30 o'clock, conducted by Evangelist Robert L. Pin-ham. BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street 9:30 a.m. Special preaching service—Rev. Douglas in charge. 10:15 a.m. Bible School. Osceola Society—Personal ASSEMKI.Y OF (iOD CHURCH Seventh and Ash Streets S. K. rviemH, p: ls (or a. m. Radio program. and assistant n:-i5 n. m. Sunday .school. John Davis, superintendent. 11:(H) M. m. Morning worship. U:00 a. in. Children's church, p. in. Evangelistic service. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Eighth at Walnut 9:30 a.m. Bible school. 10:40 a.m. Morning worship service. Sermon: "When God Speaks" Rev. Alfred Carpenter. 6:30 p.m. Training Union. 7:30 p.m. Preaching: service. Sermon: "The Drama of Life" Rev. Carpr-nter. ST. STKrilEX'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 10:00 a.m. Sunday school. Il:ttO u.m. Morning prayer »scrv- irr, W. W. Prewili. lay. render. FIRST CHURCH OF TIIE NAZARENE Flrtclicr Spruce, pastor • ;i.m. Sunday school. Wor- iMrs. Jacobs Gives Tea Soft light from white tapers .shedding light over large arrangements of giant white chrysanthemums and fern was in marked contrast to the gloomy "out-of-doors" on Thursday afternoon when Mrs. . P. Jacobs entertained 75 guests from Osccola, Gilmorc and Mem- . pins at a beautifully appointed tea j M / r at her Dutch Colonial home at'"' Grider in .special compliment to Miss Fay Stevens who is to be married on Thanksgiving Day at Mag'-; nolia. Centering the attractive dining table WHS the three-tiercel bride's cake in white and pale yellow, topped with a miniature bride and groom. Encircling the cake were low containers filled with white and yellow chrysanthemums. Miss Jirlia Mac Morrison and Miss Mclavee Talc poured tea. Hostesses were Miss Vivian Scur- Icck, Miss Dollic Goscwick. Miss My i 1 a Mac NaiHinp, Miss Dorothy Starr and Mrs. Bird Morrison. Receiving with Miss Stevens in ccn'sc moire taffeta with corsage of gardenia were Mrs. Jacobs in a black velvet dinner dress with jeweled girdle, and Mrs. Mae Jennings of Memphis in black taffeta and net. Their corsages were of gardenia. Miss Mary Allen. Edrington kept the register. A program of nuptial music was given throughout the afternoon by Mrs. John W. Edrington. Mrs. E. S. Driver. Mrs. M. E. McOearman and Miss .Lillian Patterson. Adding a pleasing interest, to the affair were the horoscope and fortunes read by Miss Nell Rhodes in the game room in Uic basement. Miss Rhodes looked the part in a real Turkish fortune-telling costume with turban and veil, .strands of beads and car rings. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Mae Jennings and Mrs. J. R. Ham- Mrs. W. B. Colbert. Jaycees Meet E. H. Riley and M. C. Stiles were named Ihe committee to have charge of the y Christmas Lighting of Osceola streets at the meeting of t.he board of directors of the Junior Chamber of Commerce Monday night. The young men will also cooperate with the Goodfellows in re- pjiring and collecting toys for distribution to the poor at"Christmas season. E. M. Weicher is chairman of the committee making arrangements for the Bingo party scheduled for next Monday night, Nov. 25 at the Community Club House. W. W. Prewitt and sister, Mrs. Harry Miller, have spent, the last few days in Memphis at the bedside of their sister. Mrs. Laura Prewitt Dunavant, who is seriously ill at the Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Dunavant was operated upon Tuesday ni?ht and her condition 'has ben critical since. Mrs. Dunavant, who was reanxl in G.sceola, is the daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Prewitt, and taught school at Luxora for several years. Two more Mississippi County youths have enlisted in the Army and Navy this week: Brinkley Griffin Canada. 17, of Wilson was among the Irst volunteering since the recent lowering of the age limit; William A. Lawrence. 19, of. Csccola was accepted for the Army. W. E. Johnson, father of Mrs. W. W. Prewitt. left this week for Miami. Fla.. to spend the Winter after a visit of three months here with ?vvitt and family. This is Mr. Jonhson's eleventh season at the Florida resort. He is at home at the Pan-American Hotel until around May first. Csecola Masons in Little Rock attending the meeting of the Grand Lodge of Arkansas Masons arc J.' B. Bunn, past grand master of Arkansas; W. D. Kelly. Claude Thomason and Jake Thrailkill. Mrs. Ruth Slay ton of Joiner was selected today as lecturer for the 15th district Order of Eastern Star. Mrs. Slayton along- with a group of Csccola Eastern Star members has spent the week in Little Rock ai the Grand Chapter of the order. Hobomb Steed; 329, Jewel Franklin Gray; 330, Johnnie Franklin Plagg; 331, Tom Smith n; 332, Marvin William Basingcr; 333, Durwood Enoch Bridges; 334, Bernard Joseph Stark; 335, Charlie James McKinney n; 33C, Jessie John Allen; 337, Claud Mdvin Archer; 338, William Jodie Myers. 339, Ruben Dansver Bedwell; 340, Jerry Malcolm Harrington; 341, Willie Jefferson Allen; 342, James Albert Moyer; 343, James Leslie Koontz; 344, Jo.seph Presley Pain- 345, Bookey T. Payne n; 346, Eddie Harvey Hamilton; 347, Ravin Washington Curtright; 318, Jim Paden Austin; 349, Rice William Wade; 350, Dclbari Hooker. 351. Beniess Theodore 3wcct; 351 George Fnmklin Bishop; 353, Dewey Edward Reese; 354. Harrison C. Heller; 355, Robert Lee Caples; 356. Goklic Earl StfiJlings; 357. Patric Lcnorcl Hallmark; 358, Lloyd Franklin Lamb; 359, Georgia L°e Bid well; 360, William Homer Clifton; 301. Cliffurcl Wilson Dclbridgc; 362. Haywood Whaley n. 3G3. William Spears; 3G4. Virgil Thomas Moore; 365, Jessie Thomas Carl Ashabranner; 3GG, William Alfred Dulaney; 3C7. Calvin Fortson; 3G8. Fred Harvey Porter; 369, Clyde Curt DavLs; 370, Cleo' Ma- lonc n; 371, Carl Edwin Wiggins; 372, Alfred George Green; :m. Fred Borcn; 374. William Alvy McCain; 375, Homer Lee Groom. It Ls one of the best known examples of French Gothic cathedrals. COMPLETE LINE OF ' OFFICE SUPPLIES Call lt> DELTA OFFICE SUPPLY STOKE K.R. and Ash Sts. Expert Radio Service Home and Auto Radios All Work Guaranteed Phone 676 Montgomery Ward Luxora • Society—Personal Miss Martha Kate Bryant, who is attending- Mississippi State College for Women, at Columbus, Miss., is spending the November 21 Thanksgiving holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bryant. Among the Luxorans who are planning to attend the Spirit of Christmas pa rack* at Memphis Friday night arc. Mrs. J. L Mifflin, Betty Sue Mifflin. Mrs. S. J. Smith, Mrs. Charlie Evans, Carroll Evans, Mrs. C. B. Wood. Mrs. T. F. Hudson. Wade McHenry. and Mrs. R. L. Houck. Corn Dog America's Newest Sandwich TRY ONE TODAY Ole Hickory Inn Acron From High School SATURDAY RHYTHM STREAKED ACTION ^P:-; A COLUMBIA PICTURE /i-.--\' ~ ~ S f*« Also Cartoon & Serial "Green Archer." Continuous show from 10:15 a.m. to 11::50 p.m. SUNDAY & MONDAY T Dc\v Spoils In the manufacture of an incandescent lamp, infinite care is t required.' and the moisture of a j single drop of dew :s sufficient to cause curly blackening of 500,000 lamps. Island Cathedral Notre Came cathedral is situated en an island in the middle cf the Seine river, in Paris, France. AW iSLK Clarksville. Tuesday. 7:-tr> o'clock. Young plr'.v mret.inp, Friday. 7:45 o'clock. Bible study. The public is cordially invited to these .services. CHURCH or CHRIST VV. Main and Highway Gl l>cnlon iM. Ncal, Evangelist Lord's Day -services: Preaching. 11:00 a. m. Communion. 11:50 a, in. Young Peoples Bible Class. 7:15 p. m. Prcachu.g. 8:00 p. m. Mid-week service?: Wednesday. 8:00 p. m. Bible study I and song practice. i Thursday. 3:00 p. m. Ladies' Bi-1 blc class. Radio services. KLCN. daily (except. Sunday! 12:15 to 12:30 o'clock. Sunday. 2:30 to 3:15 o'clock. You are invited to each of our services. You will find a hearty welcome with us. .-hip ;md instruction for all aue lett of Memphis: Mrs. L. M. Hnd- * i-son and Mrs. Maudn Corbitt of in. Thanksirivinj: scr-{Gilmorc: Mi.s. W.-ilirr Pa<-c and Mrs. Jack RHV m 1 Crawfordsvillc: Mrs. T>.slic Spwk. Mrs. Clarence Selcclivc Service i Editor's Note: Below is published a list, of registrants JS .hry arc sent questionnaires by Mississippi county's three draf; boards. EarJier groups have already been publislicd in their order number and otlicrs will follow.) 11:00 mm by pastor. Topic: "Some Lessons on Thanksjrivin 3::W p. m. Junior 6:-15 p. m. N, Y. P. S. 7:30 p. i-i. Evangelistic service, .'•rnuon bj the pastor. Subject-. "The I.o.xt Christ.* 7::?0 P.IJJ Monday. Christ m;is ! pageant practice. \ 7:30 p.m.. Wednesday, prayer! meeting. Thursday, pravcr and fasting, i 1:30 p.m.. Thursday. Woman's Missionary society. 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Youny Woman's Missionary society. 7:30 p.m. Friday, cottage prayer 'Ml. Aaron Alvin Ltuld: 'J42. Jesse \Uiclrien n: 243. Clyde Oncal; 244, Lois Wilry n; 24o. Como Boonc Lt-unnr; L'-jf.;. Robert Edxvard Malone: 247. George Garrctt Buchanan; 248. Oscar Paul Moore: 249. William.\V;ml McNair; 250. Hubert Owens n: 251. Charles Ellis Karelin; 252. Morris Wilbur Thompson. 253. Jrvvrll Clay Gowcn; 254. Norman Runrh; 255. Marshel Fscm n; 25i:. CJrtia Jefferson Bunre: 257. Natlmn Wliiro n; 258. Ervin M ; tlnno Jr. n; 259. -Samurl Calvin Due to unjust publicity given we local dairymen, we wish to thank you for your past patronage and hope to serve you in the future as faithfully as we have tried in the past, Dickinson Hairy aghf s Dairy aisel! Dairy with LEW AYRES LIONEL BARRfMORE LARAIHE DAY. Samuel S. Hinds-Gene Lockftart n at Pendleton-Emma Dunn DlrecteribrHaroIdS.Sucquet KILDAKl GOES HOMI Paramount News. Larry Clinton & Cartoon Continuous shew from 1:45 to 11:30 p. m. LISTEN TO KLCN 10:00 a.m.—12:45 p.m.—4:30 p.m. Phone Ritz 224 Phone Roxy 322 R O XT SATURDAY/;; MONOGRAM PICTURES CORP" ttc^/*zT o- GEO W WEEKS ^Production /^ -^~~^ •««ui .iohn Kins & Kay Ccrrigan Dick." Continuous show from 12:4:") Also cartoon & serial "Deadwpod ". ni. till 11:30 p. m. PEGGY MORAN • JOHNNY DOWNS i asMawisKs^^asjaffisfc^^ A UNIVERSAL PICTURE , 1E I' ox News <fe Speck, Miss Ann Sprck and .Miss Clayton; Urto. Robert Paul Bowls; j Belly Speck of Krnidmiaifs Bayou, ~i>l. .lames c. I'owrrs: '26'2. Odo.s Lloyd [.(Mviv -jfM, n?nton McDonald Nr-al: V'G-1. Frrmk Milam n. Albert Henry Douglas;" 328, Sam Mrs. R. H. Krwirick 65 children at her homo Thursday afternoon in honor of the fifth K SERVICK CHRISTIAN SC M6 S. SOUL AND BODY i.s the .subject of the Lesson -Sermon which will be read in all Churches of Christ. Scientist, and Christian Science Societies on Sunday. November ''4 1940. The Golden Text is "O bless our God, ye people, and make the voice of his praise to be heard: which o«, „„*« , . are natives of Arkansas.holdeth our soul in life, and suf- BINGO PARTY Monday, Nov. 25 8:00 P. M. ARMOREL SCHOOL HOUSE Sponsored by Ihe Armorel P. T. A. GRAND PRIZE TURKEY Other Prizes include HAMS. CAKES, EGG'S PIES, CHICKENS Farm La For Sale There arc ;i lot of people who want (» huy farm land this year. If you wail until ;i!'tcr Decem- hcr 1st. yonr chance of buying ;\ farm that you Jive on next year is much less. We have plenty of choice farms |h;H v »c can sell and deliver nou. A few -If) acres, many 80 acres and larger farms. Hon't wail, see us now. PhOEe 2-13. 212 e a year and more in love than ever" f can't j>ay vhal my wife is Uic ht\s! cook in the world - - - nor is she always easy to ^ci along wil.h - but when ii comes to really practical things . . . ^c" you can't heat her. She never worries or frets about the wash every week. She just bundles it up and <a!ls (he Blytheviljc Laundry. ,\nd docs that mukc nit happy . . . my shirts always look like new and Hn> service is easy on my pockclbook. Better try H »c\l time vouraclf. For Belter LaiiJidry and Ury Cleaniiiii Si I •m

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