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PACE, TWO BLYTHJSVILLE. (ARK.) CQVWER NEWS St. Patrick's Day Cake Social Calendar SUNDAY'S EVENTS SunbcEum of Fhst Baptist *4iur'ch'r moiling at church, 11 o'clock. MONDAY'S EVENTS' \V. M. U. First Baptist church meeting at church, 2:30 P. M. Junior C. A.'s meeting at churoh, •i P. fv1 W. M. S. First Methodist church having business'meeting'at church, 2 30 P. M TUESDAY'S EVENTS Slated meeting Eastern Star chapter it I hall, 7:30 P. M. Mrs. Joe G, Trleschman having Young Matrons Bridge club. Tuesday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. M. A. Isaacs. Special prayer meeting First Baptist church, 2:30 P. M. Executive board city council p T. A. meeting at nigh school, o A. M.,. followed by meeting of city council, ,0:30 A. M. Intermediate G. A.'s First Baptist church meeting at church, i P M Willie liornh,-Mrs. Bessie nronn Mrs mile Hall and Mrs. II II Hoitojj. , I'romlsfd l.anu •l-H Cluli Mcels. Tlie MI club at promised Land met in Mr. Ilalbtciul's room .Wei iiCEday. Tlicre were nine boys and t'lgSl RlrLs prcsenl. Frank Ashley, president, presided. \v)ien the set, rclary, Vcrna pear] obrannnn, call-' Ihs roll each club member re Bullish; Will Have ijptcUl 1'iayer Hcrvkci. • Meintars of Ihc Woman's Missionary union of ihe First Bap- ttst church will have special prayer services ncxl wecl:. for home JlllSsiOJiS. The first meeting will be ill Ihe church Monday afternoon. 2:30 o'clock.-when Mrs. Herman Wnl- polc will be leader. On Tuesday alternoon Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford- wlH lead the program. J The .WeOnesdHlxpiogi'iim will be In connection ,/^,-ith the prayer meeting' .'iervlte when a play "Bringing Ihc Home Missions Home to Helen" will be given with Mrs. U 'W. Miillins chairman. This is to be nt. 7:30 o'clock. .Orjaniie Class. The Ymmg Men's Miblc cluss ol the'.Sunday'school-of the First Baptist church was organized in a .supper .meeting lost, evening at the home of W M Williams B King was elected piesident, Allen rushing, vjcc picslclcnt. Franklin Atkiiisoj), tecieUiy and treasuicr, Charles Ray Ncniomb and Ma\ v Logan, group caplaim Cciii]iluncnt Guest Mrs clarence Grisham, of Nc\\- tiein, Tenn, Ijoiucguosl of hci tlster, Miss Winnie Virgil Tiinwi, was gusst of honoi at n bridge party ghcn last .eicnlng by Mrs Roland,Graej( and Mjss Tinner at the Green I'o.ffe*" The St Padlck mollf was un- rled out in the candles on the tables, the Shamrock tallies and tlie wrappings on the prices Mrs W. Leon Smith won a double dta of cards foi high among the ladies and the men's award vent to N j Mcnaid Mrs Gifeham lecolvccl a purse A chicken salad «as seivcd with French yutrj sna coffee Demonstration Club News Notes M.irlc Has Ncn- Demonstration • Club. Twenty-seven - ladles Irom Ihc Ridgeland.V Grove - Farm and Hill and Wilson-Farms and the Jim Grain'plantation'organized a home demonstration club Thursday which will Le Knoini as the Mississippi county Rehabilitation Community Home Dcmonstrallon club ol Marie The following of- llceis were elected. Mist> Elvlc George, piesident, Miss lorene Hawkins, vice-picsldent, MIS, AI- nia ;Rita'Hawkins, secretary; Miss Mary Lowery, reporter. The chalr- 111311 appointed by the executive committee arc Mrs percn. yard Improvement; Mrs. Nora Mansfield gaidcning, Mrs M E Martin' who formerly worked at the Yarbro ajid Blj the* file comimnntj canning kitchens, will ha>e clunge of Ihc- cannin", MI, E Owens Uotlnng; Mrs j ilck Shipley, foods, MUs Victoria Goodwin home numa&envnl, Mri John rankerslcj, poultry These 27 ladles met at Uw home of Miss Loreno Hawkins and had Miss Com Leo Coleman, County Home Demonstiation agent mid MIES Ruby Woodruff, local Held EU P«vlsor. lo discuss the woih which might be taken «p m the home demonstration club A number of tlios« present cxpiessed the desire to have a demonstration on cotton mattresses m>bt anaj Special emphasis was ghen to jard impipiament and to the work which should be begun at once In garaging aim poultry A mo- ton was made than an organization be foimed and that a committee be appointed and Uiat each committee be instructed to study the d.ffcrent projects hi the home demonstration club A group of . women from the club will meet with Miss Woodruff and lancUars their yards.- Miss Woodruff told the club that their case worker \.oulcl give them the location of their, garden and /she stressed the point that they should begin working oil thfe plot light away. The following women joined the club: Miss Alma Rita Hawkins MBS ,yictoila Goodwin, Mrs Phel- mare Fraley, Mrs B M. Graddy, Ivjrs Annie Rambo, Mrs. Allle EmfUi," Miss. Lorene. Hawkins, Miss Mary to? ery,- Mrs. 1 'AtoUe' James, Mrs. M. B • George,, itrs. j, E Mrs, Ida ~ •'•- ed spondcd,uy telling what she or he had accomplished In the club since the Ir.st meeting. Murrloll Man was elected song iptalu and led the club In sing- Ing "Arkansas" and "Carry Me Back to Old Virginia." TJ )C preside,,! Prank Ashby, appointed a commlt- lec composed of John Huehcn Mick Jane Crawford and Maxlnc Mooie lo visit Miss Lola Thompson and tliiink her for having accented tlie sponsorship of the club. The cup tain of tlio cotton club, TJica Oin- icy, gave a report of Hie cotton club and discussion \vas given on the best varieties of cotton to be Brown m tlie Promised Lund community. Beimel Hall gave a repent on llie calf club members, bll va Yarbrough gave a report on the gardening club members and Insist- cd that in the cultivation of the garden plot be begun am] that each club member grow her plants Instead of buying them, .lime Cnvw- lord reported on the Home Impnne ncnt nnd insisted thnl her club members make definite Improvements on the yards as well as on the 'nlerlor. Definite (iwiionstratloiii ,-eie planned for this club. l\iy Duncan who is captain ol the 1'onl- liy c-liib, gave a- report for the poul- •y club Workers and lolu the club that this promises lo beta prolltnblc project this year as the poultry products In cow storage arc almost ^twisted. All ol the club enjoyed i demonstration in making yea.st bread by Miss Corn bee Coleiiiun county home demonstration agent Ma\!nc Moore is chairman of this club and she plans lo have a bread contest consisting of both <,ulck bieatls aiul yeast breads In her club. J E. Crltz met with the boys and hey discussed some of the llilnjs that should be done on the farm at (his lime. Formulas were given for permanent pastures and temporary pastures. Itccce 4-11 Club Has a Meeting, The -l-H club .of nccce met Wed. esday afternoon in Mrs. Sullivan's room.-, The president aiidlhe vice pieslricnt being absent, Ilic club asked Mr. Crltz, counly agent lo act ns president. Miss Eva Dell Jordan i He secretary, culled the roll niirt each answered by telling what he or she hart clone in their respective c i,,bs. Victor ' Wilson, Ham of the pig club, repartcd had distributed lltemlurc unrt M-..M -i *"" to hljs members. Bob McNeil ra s elected corn captain becniiss several members had ioin- i'rt since Ihc last meeting and are 3om g to take corn ns Uj|,- mdlecl "»ly Bill East, Captain ot Ihe cot The vogue tor lace In luxury clothes is Illustrated in this Chanel „,., „, creation for evening. It Is nmcle of -,;,, " fine black lace with diamante bill- bllmvc11 - blouse. The softly feminine treatment of Ihc shoulders also Is a J hcrc 'hey will be the guests of departure from the extreme mod- „ ' j? tltlwcll 's parents, Mr. and crn' silhouette of last season E - w - p l'll»I>s. They 'will be -_„-_.,_ ij*_<^_ accoinpnnlcd by Mrs. Eunice trlbuled-lStcVatnvc and"record "books o the cotton club mcmbars and that they were ready to have u ° scusslon on their project, wllla Mae Adklns, the garden captain asked for two additional rec0 rd books JIM mcratllre OB J as there were two additional gnr- wn club members. Eva Dell Jor- askcd that a record book and "', rC °" homc mi >»i>8cmeiu " "an her as she had one member In thk rinh "" •*-K«"t*--ii itmi more »i«" "i"; ndditlc ""il mwiibcra in the poultry club and asked m ,i iileraturc „,,<! rcconl books be gi"! •n lo these members.' •in" (V 1 * 1 ' 0511 "? discussion was held viih the club sponsors Mrs. j "a ^'"••S^Su^nlrt the' present. B. Crltz, LeiicJivillc Society — Personal === ======= ^_ e^w^" 11 ^ Blylha 6 ' re " 1 ' I »«»y. Wednesday and Thursday in . Reynolds ^lim. Sclll "f*' cr - • malinger of the Se mcyer ptn company, and Mrs Sellmoycr -lell.Titesduy on a vaca- ,°" ^"l toth «<" 'Sprl» B Se => will sse the horse raclni; nev and Mrs. J. w. Moore! who na>c been attending the MIssiMy Council of the .. Mrs Jewell Dourcli returned Trl"" Rock 5laf"e« P £-J? y> ' °,' tll[v ^"vHle .-j'?} ?! da .y for . N W Orleans .. Mrs. C. u smith entertained Ih- mV, C ^ a8UC , vvlt " a bridge party nurnS 01 "' r 8St lllu « da y ««W number of_gu«ls were present. i /-, . LtlCC CiillllS : ifc oj ostiy Personal Mrs. W. C. Lcggctt and daughter, Miss Marie, and con, chaito, hiivo returned from Oxford, Miss., luid Memphis, where they visited since Sunday. Tliey were nccom- pnnlecl home by Mrs. Uggelt's bro- Ihor, Mack Parks, of Oxford, who will spend the week end here. ', Mw D. Miller will spend lo- j morrow at Mnrlanna. Upon his rstiirn home he will be accompanied by Mrs. Miller who ' went >vcr Thursday. Mrs. J. A. Hurrcll has (;°»c lo Memphis, lor an extended visit. Mines. Walker u. Baker, Park Hatchett and w. D. Chnmblin spent ycsterdn yin Memphis. Mrs. Louis Greene, Mrs. Marcus Evrard anil son, Joe, are hi Memphis loday. C. A. Cunningham has returned from Harrlsburg, Ark,, where lie attended to 1 business lor several days, going over Tuesday, B. O. West went to Memphis last night and will''probably, spend llie week end In Hot Springs. Paul Buckley" Is in .'Memphis for Ihe week end. Kcolt Harris, who Is now living at Lclancl, Miss., 1 5 reluming there I loday after several days stay in this city. . Dr. F. L. Husband linn- returned rom Little nock where ho a nded to business for two days Judge 0. E, keck mid his coiirt , , Sl " Patrick ' s ls "'5' favorite hoi- slencBrapiKi-, jr. G f'artldw will y/ 110 so mllc!l bec "" sc of " Ic go to Paragould Monday for court wn>r l tf ^ abollt IrelQ1 ^ as ' ha ^ Minos. E. n. Jackson Vena HMI ' a srcen cul01 ' s cl >emc Is so easy --•*----..• ...~..MI,J jui cum i/, Minos. E. R.. Jackson,.Vena Hen- ? Icy, Floyd Simpson 'and Joiin Har- ,, gctt spent yesterday in Memphis lil Miss Blllie Hurst, who 1 recently , en- returned here from Kcnnott, Mo., making her hohie, for the pres- •jti^ iiiuc \\ILII tuaiminic mu- ^^ , . Irlmmlnif Ihe front of the M V' ml Ml ' s - viol °'' SUIlvtn will aMi« -«f*1.. r j - .... SPClla SimnilV [ll N^tt.Kn^v. m-.... the following' Mines. Tom KennoU, John Beardcn, B. R. Gibbins, B. S. Smith. Tlie society will meet with Mrs/ Laura Rcilen, next Wellnts- day afternoon. • , i .': The following pupils ol the sjtoml jracle in the Leaohville school were on the honor -roll: Leon Gulp, Fay Orimth, Denver Johnson, William Ctrlnin, Howard Nelsou, L.. j. Webb, Mary Joyce Flccmnn, Irene Jarrctt, Marie Hawkins, Mary Elizabclh Lovclacly, Aretla Pillow, Cora 13511 Binilh, Ellis Sinitli, Merit Smith, Midrod Smith, Mary Wilda Stewart, nnd Iv'ylec Staggs. Tlie Carun Home Dsnionstratlon club-five miles south of Leachvllle, held its regular mealing Tuesday afternoon, several members were present, and one visitor, Mrs. M. R. Wilburn, of Kcunett, Mo., and Ilia field supervisor, Mrs. Rcclford A report was made by the chairman Qf Hie committee on gardening. The club served « lunch, consisting of chicken salsid sandwiches, walnut and apple pie and coffee. The next meeting will be March w. I.EACHV1M.K ClIUUCflES. Baptist Church: Sunday school at 10 o clock. P.,p. Fisher, gcnoral superintendent: prayer mcclhij; Wednesday evening. The Church of Christ. Rev. Curtis Puller, minister. Sunday school at 10 o'clock, At u o'clock the lords Supper will be administered •Methodist clinch, j. w. Moore minister, ciimch school at lo o'clock. Mrs. A. A. Anderson, general superintendent. Church Worship at 1 ociod:, the tlictne being "Coming Back to the Old aospiL'' The'pastor epasor will preach at Manila;.sulitlay eve- .. Mrs. - Hiiynmml Long spent Saturday'night and Sunday «il,i Mis.- Lours irarcnt*. Mr. nnd Mrs. J'oin May. v ii "'M', Mrs; p - c - Holt' had as Mfltors this week cn'dMr. and Mr '-ck Wllkcreon.-atid ill, of Osceola, Miss anl irulhcrsvlllc. and Miss >'*. of Bragg City, who was ai companlcd by two teacher friends. 0' , drove lo Wyatl, Mo.. Snnda in t. J u . "•'".'-'• »«'-. a; naay «'•<.- r.-i. A. suids- rr»,v, MC, II{1 » :!*l?:Sl^',^™»: !"?L"L^ clnb-n^ m'lv Miss NI,,,, Hueltnba. who k with mulnps. Is in\proviug . ill . g Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hamlet wer Bob Rogers, of Kennclt. a ,,d Miss Lucille Braiimun. oi Hornei.sville. vSuiiday.' V ' "" M '' 5 ' 1 ' loy " llamlct Jswetl Haflcy. ol ix-cring, ' M J»'»''W. society cnurch mcl.Wed- afternoon with Mrs. c o , for Bible study, scrlpluw;' lesson was read by Mrs. S. tZ G b- Mrs. E,M. Howard had charge Mosquito Crop Spoiled - : -i---"j >j. M|» >3lium;tl ' * v \ntvv.I I'ORT ARTHUR. Tex. (UP) - hl ? 11 5Cll ° o1 ' «as ^Ji"^^^ menibers - .—..„ „,,„„,„ which Kiiico almost 20,000 callle alonj th a Oi:lf Coast, with a loss ol approximate- ^ i"wfcia y $20,000, proved Just as dlsasti-ous "hearsed Ihc play v.-hirh 'P the niosqullo crop. Health ofn-,'° "resent to the Sen dais said ihe 'pists will not be as >v« dub nest Tuesday worrlEonje as they were last sum- L msr ' -•••'" I React Courier News Want L. iiftlemplilf ovcr"?lie° week Grce " « umdl '°P sllces fo ™ tllc slumrocks that identify the SU P.it- nn<1 • •*•. linn 4tii ^, v mnji o till well H'iii —••• —> .-.iiuuii_ -niv.il ipend Sunday in Newborn TPIIM i Je P uerB ' ollves '»«! t-'hlvcs for good shetn ihnu «,in K« n._ _.'._,; measure. who will" be the auest of ;r mullicr. W. J. Wunclerlich, Max B. Held J. Mcll Brooks and W. L. Homer returned last night from Little Rock where thby attended meetings In the. interest of the null sales lax movement. Mr. mid Mrs. J. P. Friend have ns their guest for the Week-end "ilss Edna Slmmermaii of Para- gonld. Mrs.' Luther Williams, who has teen , a thl , Bllrn llrn hospital. St. Louis; | s now 'better She was formerly illsj Louise 'wal- den of this city. Miss Alice Freeman was taken the Memphis Baptist hospita last, evening )„ a C obb ambulance She luis been ill for a year. more thar. --»- —• ijitn HJ|H,(J,"'"' Ten »- «'ho has been visit- I'lB her daughter, Mrs. L M BimiDtle, has j, om . lc) Kennell Mo., lor a visit with another dau- M. Tiitum. she will return here for anolli.. ,„, going to cotter, Ark., for with si sen, Louis M. i> 0 tts Osceola Sociely — Personal Miss Catherine Harwell left ny iilBht for New Orleans where t'c Is to tiHond Mardi Cms she to be guest of her brother Mai- lory, who is attending Tulnnc university. Miss Harwell ,,-in re [ lrl l^ome 'tesday night Dwlght Blackwood was an OSCP- ola visitor Friday. on bustticss. ' . Or. and Mrs. L. I). M a .s Sc .. M "i-nl»y nlghl for New Orleans jo a t " the first ot the week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Youn,. Manila visitors yeslcrdny «,, Mrs. Uelva AJartlu acici d:,,, Mr. Dchna Mrs. Hal Mcliancy. of K^ -i .. .. . wwc j (1 - cs - (s flf ^ w Mrs. A. W. Young w » levllle Visitor Salurday. 'I'l:e P.-T. A. study Mop re " Bly- emirs,, Frances Comvav u-, leader will, ^,i S s bi.^ Miss Clementine Bowen g tlla Nlckols as host rtlsson, art director v r llic Osccola «M en the lll = "Sclicwl Ads. rick's Day cake. IH' MA11V E. DAOt'E NEA Scivlce Slaff Writer St. Patrick's Is my favorite hoi- green carry out for parties. Take e Infinite variety of soups for nstance — cream ol spinach, ream of asparagus or any cream soup garnished with minced pars,cy. And for salads there is tiie ntire fields of greens — lettuce, atercress, endive, romahie— with And if you can't get hold ol jislachio nuts for your dessert, olanchcd shredded almonds or -.-hreddcci cocoanut with n lew drops of green vegetable coloring will serve tlie same purpose. Green and while Liiiichciin Here's an all-green anil white St. Patrick's : Day luncheon (that may be simplified to suit Individual needs or used as is Fruit cocktail, halibut green Bhreddecl coconut to make Ihc dessert. A firmly frozen par- faifc mixture such as almond o mint will be found most refresh Ing. The lucky shamrock cake is cov ered wHh « green-tinted froslhig s.-^p n. Up to l MJirl i ^rnr-ilrrf ,i,ltK ,.i ,,.,,,.1,^ " i/h Ul ' u '' lu l decorated .shamrocks made of green gumcU'ops. Gootl SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1935 :HES STREET METHODIST Vernon E. Chalfani, Pastor "Rootage is neceiary to fuit- agc." fimiday School session, 0:45 a. m. Iverson Morris, General Superintendent, .-•.'••' ^ Church Worship, 10:60 a. in, Communion service, Subject, "Will You. Also Go Away?" Young. People's service, 6:30 p.m. There will be no evening church ervicc. -, Our members and friends are nged to attend the iixwlal serv- ces, during this hour,'at the First "•rcsbyterlan Church. FIKST MKTIIODIST CHURCH W. Main ana Seventh W. V. Womack, Pastor Church School, fl:« a. m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a. in. Sermon subject, "Like a Palm Tree." The monthly communion .service will follow sermon. Young People's evening worship service at 0:30 o'clock. There win be no evening church service. Our people arc urged to icar Dr. Morgan at the Presbyterian church at that hour. Visitors invited and welcome. promptly at : nlnc thirty with a class for every member of the family. ,.,.'• Twining- School at six thirty with several new features in effect from the weeks study course • Church- night service .Wednesday beginning at seven. FULL GOSPEL CHURCH I/. If. Montgomery, I'aslor Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. N. w. Tranthani, supL , , Church, u a,m. Church, 1:30 p.m. Choir practice Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic service Friday, 1:30 p.m. The evangelistic meeting will begin Sunday ' with the Rev. Mr Denson in chargo, assisted by ^ cial musicians. Services each cvc- nincf at 7:30 o'clock. Everyone is invited to- attend these services. Wanda Lee Fielder Lepanto High Queen LEPANTO, Ark. ~ Miss Wnnda Leie Fieldsr, .daughter of Rev •uul Mrs. J. H. Fielder, was cho'cii queen in a popularity contest, here Thursday night, sponsored by the "•'{'• A - ° f Lepanto high school. Miss Fielder, a sophomore, was losen from 20 lovely girls The FIKST CHRISTIAN CHUKCH Sixth and Main V. Emmelt Buderworlh, Paslor Bible school at 9:45 a. m.—M. T. Moon, Superintendent. •Worship and sermon at 11 a. in. Sermon: "We Can't Take It." Young People's meeting at 5 p. in. ^ Preaching at B p. m.' Sermon: "• • . but he was a leper." Church-night program Wednesday 6:30 p. in. Everybody is always welcome. ASSEMBLY OK GOD CHURCH Sunday. School 9:45 A. M. Class for every age. Morning Sermon 11:00 a in Rev. N. H. Rhodes. Junior Christ Ambassador Class contest was held in conjunction vith the Annual Follies, sponsored by tlie P. T. A., which was shown nt the Rialto theatre. The Folles were under (he direction of Mrs. J. H. Weatei'ly. Mrs. A. B Binnnrsky, and Mrs. Noel Mar- corn. Miss Gladys Hall served as lamst. Christ Ambassador Service li:45 '• P. M. All Young People Invited ..>i.Hi, «. tji^wii £MJiiiii u^a. VJlAJll" I* AT All VmiTio- r> l T -i luck cmblcms-a dime for riches Even i,g A s e ™ 0 %-£ Tf M ? "R» " . !"L *"f !"?. '«[.."*™e t ^ a N- H. Rhodes. ? -* 5 R M< ReV , miniature key to happiness, wrap- peri in waxed paper— arc tucked into the bottom of Hie cake after It is baked, so that one will Included in each piece cut. Lucky Shamrock Cake One package dry mince meat and 1-2 cup water boiled almost dry, 1 cup sugar, 1 cup butter or other shortening, a eggs, 1-4 cup molasses, 2 1-2 cups Hour, 1-2 tcii- Eiicon EOdii, 1-3 cup water, 1-4 pound citron, finely chopped. 1« P1LGKIM LUTHERAN CHUKCH H. J. Kleindicnst, pastor Sunday school 9 a. m. Regular worship, 10 a. m. Special mid-week Lenten service Break mince meal Into pieces. ~ . --• , — ^ U i Add cold water. Place over heat t3Unaa S' la o'clock over i 4i.uyi k,uiu utviA.1. imtc OVC1 nU*lL -*iw^jv tj»c;i *v j\. X. t inotusc j and stir until all .lumiis are thor- De \ roi t. Mich, or WLW, Cincinnati **«... 1.^1.1x1041, iinuuiii inou^st 1 ana siir tnun ua JUiniJs are thor- wlth crabmeat sauce, spinach lim- ougliJy broken up. Bring "to brisk bal&S. 11P.U' linJnlont cllnm.-fi.il- linil r~<,-i>ii(...;n ' U^L'I..., r-;.. 11 bales, new potatoes, shamrock rolls, stuffed pepper snlntl. lucky ihamrock cake, Ice cream croquettes, colfcc. Pilling for l'cpi:ir.i Cream cheese is mixed with sratcd pineapple and chopped pistachio nuts as filling for th? sweet ;rccn peppers. After thorough .•hilling cut In slices about an inch .hick crosswise or the pepper, jervc on a bed of crets or shrcd- J«d leaf lettuce. Balls of ice cream are rolled in boil.. Continue boiling for three minutes or until mixture is practically dry. Allow to cool. Cream butter'and sugar. Add eggs, one at a time, and beat vigorously until smooth and creamy.' Add molasses. Sift flour once, measure, add sodu and sift several times. Add alternately with water lo first mixlure. Fold in citron and cooled mince meal, Pour into a greased rouhcl loaf pan, Bake in, > slow- oven C325 degrees F.) 1. hour and •15 minute.';. Cook before frosting. Ohio. We preach "A changeless Christ Tor a changing world." FIKST BAPTIST CHUKCH Walnut at Eighth The - pastor will preach at both services. Morning topic "A Four Square Gospel," evening topic. 'Plain Talk." The choir has spec- ai : music in store for both services and "I waited for the Lord 1 will ^bo rendered at morning Wor- sliip hour. The Sunday School begins Hornersyille- Sociely — Personal Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Timlin spent the week end in Greenville; where they wer gusls of relatives. Mrs. Tolbcrt Brewer, of Cardwell, spent a few day s visiting her mother, Mrs. Earl Ruffin. she returned home Tuesday. E. Allen, agent for the Cotton Belt railroad, went to Texarkana Thursday, whore lie entered the Cotton Belt hospital for diagnosis ind treatment. Little Kitty Wiij-ne Tinkler, who suffered a broken leg when she was struck by a passing car -,i fc« weeks ago, was brought home from Campbell's clinic Thursday In an improved condition. Mrs. w. N. Cates and daughters Mrs. MiUord fjandera and Mrs. B P.. Parks and little daiHitcr iHc;i Maria, visited relatives in Parma III., Thursday. - Mr. and Mrs. M. c. Wlikh.s am! sons, Bill and Bob. of seualh, were here S-.i.itlay us guests ot Mrs wil- klns' pareiils, Mr. and. Mrs. A. N. Goodwin. Mrs. c. N. Oiiines and son, Lloyd, spent Ihc week cnd:iii Dc.vtcr with Mrs. Chines' mother, Mrs. Carolln- Dowdy. • . . 'Ji 1 *,*', 1 '' ?' tla 3*" ,i s '"'Hie Mclli- cdlsl hospital in Memphis where she Is recoupcrating'from a major operation performed Friday: Mr Rasran 'spent a few days'thett, re-' turning here Saturday night The young pepole olthe Baptist Church presented n piny - lilglit hi the high school he name of the play was ... Seeks a Holiday"' and the nut was composed fl f y,, dcil Psr . kins, Misses Thera Parsons, Ruth WOOIMVOOIMVOOP GOOD AND DRY "My Coal Is JUlacli Uul 1 Treat y ou while" I'llOiNE 107 JOHN BUCHANAN WOOD-WOOD-WOOD iimpMns. Bertha Palmer, Mrs. Mcr- riman McCalcb, Peck Wlskcr, and Austin Parsons. Miss EJma Dnparreit .spent the ;eck end with her parents in Dc- Solo. accompanying Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swan, of Steele. Paul Ray. who is connected with llie Federal Emergency Relief office, and J. H. Foard, director of vocational agriculture In the Wilton- Springs schools, were here Salur- day night and Sunday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Ray. Mr. and Mrs. George 3. Brown, Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Langdon jr. and three daughters, Mrs. D. A. Huf- fi:i and daughters, Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Cope and son, Halph, Mrs. Bertha Kinsolving, Miss Helen Mayer, Mary Louise Fields ami Llla Edgerton were among those who attended the'.show in senalh Sunday aflernoon. The Busy Bcc circle of Ihe W. M. S. gave a colonial tea on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. J. C. Wilkins. at which the ladies of the Baptist chiirch uncl the Pinion circle .01 the Missionary society were guests. About thirty-three ladle, attended. •Burton Service Sla. ARK. MO. STATE LINE Super Shell Gas at Missouri Prices {'ranees' Sandwich Shop In connection Announcement Dr. fJh;is.- Schorer, Chiropodist Will, bu in gliou Deptirl- meut of Ilia '-Now"'York Store Tuesday, Mar. olh, 9 to 6 O'clock.- Phone 14G for-Appointments The public is cordially invited o all services. Wednesday 7:30 p. KLCN LenUm devotion Wednesday -i p. • ,„. Bible Fundamentals .Friday ). in. each Tune in lo "Lutheran Hour 1 WXYZ Saturday Only MAT. & NIGHT—lOc - 25c STEFFI DUN A and KEG1S TOOiMEY. in 'RED MORNING' Serial - Cartoon Sunday - Monday MAT. & Nl'i'E-lOc HIS SWORD CONQUERED « NATION..,^ becauiehe fell in : lov« with lha pic- lure of o girl he hod never jean l^,:, :; :;;i,i.,,, :jS L, -. ^••-PSteil ^V ^ -ho Paramount JS'ews Jilusical' Comedy ."Show Kids'' FREE SHOW TICKETS liven free, two tickets to any show at thc-RIU'or Rosy svltli the purchase of one ton of X-CEL r 1 ticket with the purchusii ol i ton of X-CEL, the World's Best 'oal. We give these- tickets in Order to Introduce x-OEL 'more ciciickly. See add over comics on •lie Want Ad page. Superior Coal &.Mng. Co. I'houe 700 RHXY Last Time Today MAT. & NIOHT—l(Jc"- 25c MARION SHILLING and GAYLOUI) I'ENDLETON ,.. in'"'' ' : ." 'i JL 'FIGHTING TO LIVE' Slarting New Serial ! And Showing 2 Hig Episodos "Return of Chundu" No. 1 ' -j "Return of Chandu" No. 2 With Beta Lugosi Sunday - Monday MAT. & NITIi—lOc . aSe "EVENAGIRtPiGfc POCKET CAN FAll IN LOVE!".-She with the man who catches her ...And both with an angel of a baby! MARY^ASTOR ROGER PRYOR Novelty '.Reel Comedy

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