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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (AM,) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER" 30, 1940 at church; Mission Study Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 p.m. _ jroup, Woman's Council" First "Christian •• church, meeting with Mrs. Rsnkert Keten- kamp. 2:30 o'clock. ...... Royal Neighbors meeting 7:30 o'clock .with Mrs. J. B. Foster. The Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Williams having open house, 7:30 to 9:30 o'clcok. ; . 'Executive board, Woman's Aux- iliar, First Presbyterian church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's Society of Christian Service, First Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Delphian Fine Arts meeting 9:30 o'clock at Library. secured by telephoning Mrs. Klein- diehst at 838J. On the general committee for the party arc Mrs. J. Mell Brooks Jr., Mrs. John F. Reinmiller. Mrs. C. G. Redman, Mrs. George M. Lee, Mrs. E. F. Blomeycr and 'Mrs. Ralph Berfyman. Mrs. B. A. Sugg and Mrs. George W. Barham nre in charge of the decorations. * * v Has Party at Hustle. 'Hie Rustic Inn was the .setting for the G. B. C. club party given Friday afternoon by Mrs. T. F. Jackson. Besides the club members,: guests were: Mrs. Fred Bean, Mrs. George Shsuniih, Mrs. J. J. Cookston, Mrs. Bits of News Mostly Personals Luxora Society—Personal Mr. and- Mrs; Neal Gesell, -of Jonesboro, returned home today after having; spent two days here with Mr. Geseil's mother, Mrs. J. S. Gesell. Mrs. Carl Davis and son, Carl Jr., Miss Ann Buchanan and Graham S'udbury Jr. were in Memphis Friday for the Christmas parade. Clarence H. Wilson and son, Billy, Stahfill Gutchih, John Oliver Mrs. Audreanel Freeman Re-weds Louis Freeman Mrs. Aiidreanel Freeman and Louis Freeman were re-married Wednesday night in the home of the Rev. J. L. Newsom, who read the service. After the first of the year, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman will make their home at Dell where Mr. Freeman has farming interests. CHURCH NEWS Raymond Schmuck, Mrs. Sam God- -Bo" Goppedgc and James Cobb win. Mrs. H. Ncal,. Mrs. Nathan Carle. Mrs. Lafayette May. Mrs. Leridenhle Fowler, and Mrs. J. D. Woman's Missionary Union, First | Smith. Baptist church; observing week of prayer, 2:30 o'clock at church. Mrs. Joe G. Trieschmanh entertaining Tuesday club. Friday Contract club meeting with Mrs. L. S. Bchish. Mrs Floyd A White having Tuesday • Bridge club. - Mrs. George W. Barharn, Mrs". Fred Ea'sley and Mrs. L. H. Moore ! entertaining with tea for Miss Laura Hale, 3:45 o'clock at Barham home.. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS ; Sisterhood, -Temple Israel, 'meeting. 8:00 o'clock with Mrs. Louis Ap'plefiaum. ..,. . Mrs. Herman . Grimes and Mrs. C. B. Kettinger' entertaihmg Wednesday. Bimiqo club, at .Grimes home. Mrs. G. tjii CaudiU having Town arid Country club., 'ADC Bridge, club' meeting with Mrs. James Terry. Sudbury Parent-Teacher association meetlri 3:00 .o'clock, at school precede'd by executive board meeting at 2:3Q 'o'clock. .'- t . ... Mrs. L. JE. Old.entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. • • ,_MiS. Charlies Alford entertaining Thursday Bridge club, 7':30 'o'clbcki THURSDAY'S EVENTS Berean . Sunday school class, First Presbyterian church, meel- A Christmas .scheme was carried out in the tallies and table decorations used by the hostess. Apple pic a la nidde \vas served at the conclusion of the games. Mrs. Bean was high and Mrs. Shamlin. second high scorers m the games. :;: i .;: Announce Marriage, of Miss Lloyd ami Mr. Bunch. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Lloyd, of Yarbro, announce the marriage bl their daughter. Marvin Emma, to Clyde Bunch, son v of Mrs. Kate Bunch and the late Starland Buh'ch. also of Yarbro. The. ceremony was performed Thursday afternoon al 3:00 o'clock at the home of the Rev. A. W .Harris of Jonesboro. formerly pastor of the Yarbro Methodist church. The couple was attended by Mr. and, Mrs. Murdock McRac. For the present, they arc residing- with Airs. Bunch's parent's. _ Mr. Bunch is affiliated with the Lion Oil Company. )?. 0 ti"- Will Have Supper And Christinas Party Members of the Ladies Bible class of the First Methodist church are left this morning for Tuscaloosa, Ala., where they will see the University of Alabama-Mississippi State football game. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Higginson and daughter, Miss Dorothy Jean Higginson,' Miss Doris Muir, Miss Aim Crook and Miss Jctt'yc Claire Huffman were in Memphis Friday Wilson Society—Personal Reception for New Minister About 60 people called at the Methodist Church on Tuesday evening, at the reception honoring the new pastor, the Rev. Rex B. Wilkes and Mrs. Wilkes, of Little Rock, who have recently moved here to Luxora Parent-Teachers. The meeting of the Luxora Parent-Teachers was held in the hign school auditorium on Wednesday afternoon with a large number of members' present. Mrs. William Johnson, president, presided over a business session, during which the plans of a.finan- cial drive was explained and distribution of a flavoring product was made to each member in the interest of the drive plans. Mrs. Herman Spic'er, program leader, ha'd as her subject for discussion "The Companionship of Good Books" and included In part were that "good books bring children the gay, the imaginative, the heroic things of life to balance the grim realities of troubled days. Those children who have had access to the fine children's books of today, under tire guidance of pub- F1KST CIIUKCH OF THE NAZAKENE Fletcher Spruce, pastor District Rally Day in the Sunday school. Opening exercises begin at 9:45 a.m. Morning sermon, by the pastor, 10:45 a.m. Topic, "The Evidences of a Sanctified read in all Churches ol' Christ, Your Heart Be Troubled"—Miss Scientist, and Christian Science Ruth Head. Societies on Sunday^ December 1. j 6:30 pan. Training Union—Gen- The Golden Text" is "Look unto oral assembly in auditorium, me, and be ye saved, all the ends I f:30 p.m. Preaching service. Ser- of the earth: for I am God, and I mon—"The Crucifixion." Choir there is none else." Isaiah 45:22 | number—"Make Me A Blessing." Among the citations which com-1 Baptismal service, prise the Lesson-Sermon is the Juniors meeting. 3:30 p.m. N. Y. P. S. ( 6:45 p.m Evening evangelistic service, T:30 p.m. Pastor's sermon topic: "Sin's Steps to Hell." Tuesday, cottage prayer meeting, 7:30 o'clock. Wednesday, prayer meeting. 7:30 o'clock. Meeting of Church Board after prayer meeting. Thursday, prayer and fasting, 12:30 p.m. following from the Bible: "Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the i wiles of the devil." Ephesians 6:11! 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: "At all times and under all circumstances, overcome evil with good. Know thyself, and God will supply the wisdom and the occasion for a victory--over evil." p. 571 night for the Christmas parade. j iflke Lhe p ai; tbrate of the Wil- Beh Levy Jr., who is now in the ' ..».'... United States Naval Reserves arrived son Methodist Church, given .by ing,-7:30- o'clock with Mrs. J. .Nick Thomas. '..•••; '• M'iss Jane McAdams-. entertaining Cee-Quc Bridge club.. Mrs. Ed Coot" having Double Four Bridge club. Mrs. John F.. Lcnti eritertcunmg Thursday 'Contract club. Woman s Missionary'; Union, First Baptist church, observing week of prayer. 2:30 o'clock. • at church. Y. M. B. club meeting,with Mrs. LaGrcrme Whittle.' Mrs. G. S Bl-Monthly Bridge club; planning a* Dutch supper and Ch'ristrnns party at the church Thursday night. The party is an annual affair of Ihc class of which Mrs. L. M. home Friday after a month's cruise. Lee Goodman, of Memphis, will return home this afternoon after having spent three days here with her grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. F. D. Smith. She will return, with her father, K. W. Goodman, who is attending to business here. Walter Stcgall of Jackson, Tenn., 'came Wednesday to join Mrs. Stc- gall, who is visiting her cousin, Mrs. W. H. Mmyard, and Mr. Minyard. The Stcgalls went to Kicnnett today to visit relatives, bub will return here tomorrow before going to their home, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Purvis and daughter, Miss Bobby Ann. Mrs. Henry Humphrey and daughter, Anriella, and John William Wilks were in Memphis Friday night for the Christmas parade. Miss Arlinc Marcrum, of Memphis, returned home totiay after having visited Mr. and Mrs. W. D. ChVmblui and family since Wednesday. Mrs. Chamblin and son Bill, motored her home today. Dr. and Mrs. F. Don Smith 'and Mrs. K. W. Goodman, of Memphis are in Tuscaloosa, Ala., today foi the Woman's Society of Christian i Thc secon( j Service. Mrs. C. L. Bird, president. Burnette is president. II will be at 7:00 o'clock. tf * * I'ostpon'c Dessert Luncheon The dessert, luncheon which was to be given Monday at 1:30 o'clock at the First Methodist church by Circle Two o'f. the Woman's So- /niuie.. . cicl y of'Christian Serivce has been 1 Barnes entertaining pos t ponecL There will be a business meeting Mrs. A. G. Hall having Tuesday Contract club. 'Club 28 having dance at Woman's chili. O'.OQ o'clock. FRIDAY'S EVENTS ! Ladies' -Bible class. : F;rst Methodist church, 'having ' ; Chrlstmns party at church. ' Mrs. Otto Bradberry having Elmwood Cemetery association at her 1 Last Cane home. Woman's' Missionary Union. Fir-st Baptist church.' .observing week of prayer. 2:30 o'clock al church. Mrs. Tera Turner . entertaining C. B. G. club. Music department. Woman's club, sponsoring benefit bridge party. 2:00 o'clock at clubhouse. SATURDAY'S EVENS American Association of Univer- bf nil-circles at 2:30 o'clock at the church. •^ <:• * Executive Boiwl Meets Thirteen members of the executive board- of the Woman's Missibn- the football game between University of Alabama and Mississippi State, they will return Sunday night. • Mrs. H. L. Betty, of Memphis, is spending a few days here with her daughter, Mrs. Eddie Cummins, and family. She came up especially' for Thanksgiving. ./ Betty Black is able to be out after having been ill this week. Mi's. G. S. Barnes has returned from St. Louis where she visited her son, James, for several days. introduced the hew pastor iand his wife. Mrs. Wilkes was preseritied a corsage of white chrysanthemums and ferns. .The large tea table, was arranged n the Sunday school room, carry- rig out a color scheme of yellow j and white, having as a centerpiece! a large vase of white chrysanthemums and flanked by white'can- dles in crystal holders. _Mrs. W. O. Frazier and Miss Ann Far rell presided over the tea table, with Mrs. J. A. Apple and Mrs. W. S. Turner Jr. assisting in serving cake. Organ and piano music was furnishecl ,by Miss Mary Symonds, Mrs. Berry Grain and Mrs. W. J. Ludwig. ,;: 't * Mrs. Anderson Hostess Mrs. Barda Anderson was hostess to members of the Baptist Missionary Union at her home on Monday afternoon, at the regular monthly social meeting. Mrs. O.'M. Hill Sr. led the devotional, after which followed h very interesting program in which all' took part, being a contest of quotations from the Bible, each verse beginning with a letter from He literary story tellers, -of children's rooms to be found in many public libraries, are better prepared to understand the times through which we are living." Mrs. Spicer gave the names of several books which would be helpful in the selection of children's books. won the dollar attendance prize for most number of mothers present, and the firth grade won the dollar in the membership drive. Thursday, Thursday, p.m- W. M. B.. 1:30 p.m. Y. W. M. S.. 7:30 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH James A. Overliolser, minister Church school, 9:45 a.m. Morning worship H a.m. Theme, "Christ Spoaks to His Church." Young People's meeting 6:30 p.m. Evening worship 7:30 p.m. Theme, "the Secret of the Lord." Midweek service Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Choir practice Wednesday 8:15 p.m. To all who are weary and need rest; to all who are lonely and want friendship; to all who mourn j and need comfort; to all who play i and to all who do not, but ought-1 TEMPLE ISRAEL Herman Pollack, rabbi 1:30 p.m. Sunday school classes' this churcli opens wide the door Friday, special Home Rally with the Rev. Holland London, and Evangelist C. B. Fuggett, 7:30 p.m. Next Sunday is Universal Bible Sunday, Dec. 8. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH E. B. WilHams, pastor 9:45 a.m. Church school. S. K. Garrett, superintendent. We have a class for every age. We especially invite our young people to be in their respective classes Sunday.) •1C:55 a.m. Worship service. Thc| pastor's• subject, "Rocking in the: Shadows." j will meet. The Chanuko, Feast of Lights, program will be rehearsed. 3 p.m. Service will deal with the theme of Thanksgiving. Sermon, "The Historic Roots of Thanks- j giving," will deal with the back- and says in the name of the Lord Christ—WELCOME. LUXORA BAPTIST CHURCH Ralph L. Douglas, pastor 10:00 a.m. Sunday school. Mrs. ground of the Thanksgiving observ- s -. J ^ mith - superintendent ance. pointing out how it was influenced by the ancient harvest festival of Sukos. The impress of Hebraic tradition on Thanksgiving, in the light of recent historical research, will be the basis for the discussion. Everyone is welcome to attend the services. Society of Christian Service. Oh Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 24, Mrs. R. W. Thomas was hostess to the membership of the Methodist Society of Christian Service. FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Lily and Vine streets Clifford L. Thacker, pastor Sunday school. 9:45 a.m. Roy 11:00 a.m. Worship service. Sermon-topic: "God's People Following God's Plan." 6:00 p.m. B. T. U. Mrs. Minnie Berry, director. The junior and intermediate departments will present a playlet, "Donna Tells Her Dad." 7:00 p.m. Worship service. Sermon topic: "Repentance." 6:4,5 p.m. Young People's wor-1 H andlcy r superintendent, ship and fellowship hour. • f 7:30 p.m. Evening worship. The pastor'^ subject. >Thfc Meaning of j Evangelistic "service, 1 "?" :30 p.m. il- message by colored pic- Worship, 11:00 a.m. P. Y. P. A., 6:30 p.m. the Golden Rule." A Thanksgiving poem, read by' Monday 7:30 .to 9:30 p.m. The j tures _ ck) . sing ^vicc by Evangelist ..„ r* B OA^°,, ->u« nrncirlpm- Rev. Slid Ml'S. E. B. Williams Will p ft hm-f T. Pnvham nf Mrs. E. R. Bbgan, the president, marked the opening of the meeting, followed by prayer by the Rev. Martin Bierbaum.' Mrs. Bogan also read, in 'the absence of the corresponding secretary. Mrs. Logan Rozelle. a card from Mrs. T. B. Dudney. the former treasurer, and a letter from Mrs. R. E. L. Bear- i den, jr. hold open house to the members j sp rmgs Robert L. Parham of Baxter the business session, Mrs. Martin Bierbaum was elected study leader, the two new officers. Mrs. Elmer Hall, treasurer, arid Mrs. Bierbaum. were installed by the Rev. Bierbaum. Plans wery completed for the entertaining of the Union League which meets in Luxora at Methodist church on Dec. 3. Mrs. Goudeaux read the one •and friends of this Church. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets \ H. J. Kleiiidiehst, Pastor | Divine worship 10 a.m. Sermon | subject: "The Royal Entry of Jesus into the Holy City." Sunday school 11 a.m. Tuesday night, 7:30 o'clock. P. Y. | of the Patterson To Talk On "The Missionary Spirit" Woman's Day. an -annual observance nf the First Christian church, will be Sunday with special service being planned for Sunday j night by the mission study group Council. P. A. | Friday meeting-. 7:3o Q . c]ock( prayef FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth Geo. \V. Patterson, minister 9:45 a.m. Bible school, Russell The Lutheran Hour 12:30 ovcr jBai . ham> sui:ieri ntendent. 'MPS Memphis, and KLCN at; ... nn wnrshin A cordial welcome to all. the phrase "Workers for Christ.'' i hundredth Psalm as the devotional Mrs. Earl Wright closed with... a' ' " -•-<-—- * -' -•'«prayer, and a social hour followed. * * * , Mrs. Brandon Hostess to Club " Only members were present ^ the meeting of the Wednesday. Bridge club when they met at. a luncheon with Mrs. S. C. Brandon, hostess, on Wednesday afternoon at. her home. During the bridge games. Mrs. Ghas. Lane scored high, with ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Seventh and Ash Streets S. A. Merrill, pastor 8:30 a.m. Radio program. 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. John Davis, superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. 11:00 a.m. Children's church. and Mrs. Bierbaum followed with an impressive explanation of the theme of the Psalm read, '"Thanksgiving." Mrs. Louis Spann related the story of "The First Thanks- Peoples meeting. George W. Patterson, minister of the church, has been asked to deliver the main address at 7:30 o'clock. His subject will be "Thc Missionary Spirit." Read Courier News want ads. 11:00 a.m. Worship, communion and preaching. "Unearned" will be the sermon theme. 7:30 p.m. Woman's Day service. Special music. "The Missionary Spirit 4 ' will be the pastor's sermon theme. The Official Board of the church will meet Monday night at 7:30 with Russell Barham. We most cordially invite the pub- jlic. Strangers in our city especially DANCE EVERY SAT. NIGHT BLUE ROOM HOTEL NOBLE BONNIE-BUTTER STEAK SANDWICHES SERVED 7:45 p.m. Evangelistic service. . invited. We'll try to make you glad Tuesday, .7:45 o'clock, Young 1 you camc our way . i Aui*rSS S.M.-S. S. C. Brandon .Innine second, 1 .'> -r> * ary Union or. the First Baptist church met with Mrs. C. E. Eclds Friday afternoon. Mrs. W. J. Roclgers was in charge of the business session at which was discussed plans for the 'work of the coming year. There' was special prayer for week of prayer for foreign missions which will be observed at the church next week. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Walter Bishop, Mrs. Tom W. Jackson and Mrs. Harry Fritzius. A dessert with coffee was served during Ihc social hour which city Women meeting 12:30 o'clock j followed. at Hotel Noble. \ ,., , ., , . . , Club Entertained With Turkey Dinner A turkey dinner wa.s served mcm- Bernanl-WhUe Rites" -ers ol' the Wodncsdav Bridge club The marriage, of Mrs. Emma Sue, who attpndcd {hc pa Yt. v tfvcn by Stewart -White and Bennett. O Mrs w . H Ml , ^ ncr h ' Bernard, of Caruthersvillc and Eteele. was announced today by Mrs. White's mother. Mrs. reiirl Stewart-. Thc wedding was solemn i/,cd Thursday at Hcmando. Miss., in the home of the Rev. E.. M. Sharp. Methodist minister. Attendants were. Mr. rmd , Mrs. R. B. Willingham Jr.. and Miss Patsy Lindsey, all of Memphis. Mrs. White wore 'a. teale blue I costume suit with a• platinum foxt' r ° HoW °i irn "*"«<• :»* {rim. Her accessories were in! >Vrtli«Mli?t ParsonaRT Hnnir. black. i ' Ilic K™'- nn d Airs. K. H. Wil- Ernestine Smith spent Th'ahksgiv- ing in OsceoUx with Miss Margaret | Rose Anderson. Raymond BickcrstafT. who a't- tt-nds Northwest Junior College at Senatcbia. Miss., is spending the week end here with his parents. Mr. ami Mrs. W. A. BickerstafT. He has as his guest, a vschoolmate at the college. Jimmy Starks ol Metropolis, HI. 'Miss Jcanetta Jean Scbaugh. a student at William Woods college at .Fulton. Mo., is spending the week end here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Sebaugh. TSrne.'itine Holt, daughter of Mr jnul Mrs. E. M. Holt, is ill at. her home. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips arc in .Nashville. Tenn., for :> visit. Tl\cy plan to attend the Vyndorbilt.-Tcnncssrc foolbnll game todav. Worker's Council Entertained Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Mann of Marie entertained the Workers Council of the Baptist Church at their home on Tuesday evening. A covered dish supper preceded the business meeting. • * * * The following teachers departed for various places to spend the Thanksgiving holidays: Miss Mary Alice Stuttle and Miss Kathcrinc Coulter left Wednesday for Pocahontas where they were the guests of the former's parents. Dr. nnc' Mn=. C. E. StuUl'c: Misses Jcanette and Louise Phillips visitcci then sister in Little Rock. Miss Mirian Hulcn visited her parents in Conway. Ark.. Miss Dorothy Miller a M-iss Emilie Cummings visited i: Miss Miller's home, in KnoxviUe Tenn.. Miss Sarah Lewis Green | went to Memphis and Mr. and Mrs ; Furniss visited relatives in Missis a I whirli tlic Bursts wove .scater!. In the games which followed. Mrs. L. E. Old was high and Mrs. Charles Rose, second high* scorer. Mrs. Waller Stcgall of Jackson. Tenn.. houscguest. of the Minyards was also present for the party. At Colony Hospital! D ^ Personals . DYESS. Ark.. Nov. 30. — Little Dallas Price, three weeks old son Mr. and Mrs. S. B. McKasklc. o ivmg. Thc Rev. and Mrs. Bierbaum Tanked the Society for the boim- i'fiil "old-fashioned pounding" they eceivcd on the first evening in heir new home at the past.oriurn. The meeting was closed by pray- r led by Mrs. R. W. Thomas. During a social period after ad- burnmcnt. Mrs. Thomas served a alad plate. * * • Luxor'a-X)sccola-.W.vUicvilic- Club. Mr. and Mrs. Brown were losts to their Luxora-Osceola Biy- hcville club and guests. Mr. and Mrs. James Driver, of O.sccola. and Mrs. Elizabeth SHiman Tnes- 'Friclay. 7:45 o'clock. Bible study. The public is cordially invited to these services. CHURCH OF CIlllIST W. Main and Highway (>1 Dcnton M. Fs 7 cal. 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. 0:00 p.m. Mid-Week services: Wednesday. 8:00 p.m. Bible study and song practice. .Thursday, 3:00 p.m. Ladies' Bible class. AKIUORLiL UAVTSST CHURCH G. D. Magcc. pastor 10:CO a.m. Sunday school. 11:00 a.m. Song and devotional services. 11:20 a.m. Sermon—"The Cross 1 ' J by the pastor. ~ '6:30 p.m. Song and devotional services. (5:45 p.m. Sermon—'"The Kingdom Prayer" by the pastor-. - !;A1*TIST Lilly Street !):30 a.m. Bible school. Raymond Zachry. superintendent. day night al a turkey dinner. i Radio services. KLCN. daily fcx- ' At the end of the five progres-i cept Sunday) 12:15 to 12:30 p.m. • TT.. : :\T..,. n«i^.^,i i~^-r.r,n ffnnrinv ^'3fi tri 3'lfi n'c.lnek. 1 sicns. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Green held the high scores for club members and Mrs. Elizahcth Sili- man held high score for guest honor:;. Lirxcra unday. 2:30 to 3:15 o'clock. You arc invited to each of our services. You will find a hearty welcome with us. CHRISTIAN SCIENCK SKKVICES IMKvST BAPTIST Walnut and Alfred Cafpcntcr. pastor 9:30 a.m. Bible school. 10:4G a.m. Worship service. Sermon— "Facing World Changes"— the pastor. Anthem — "Nearer. My God , , .' ; to Thee"— the choir. Solo— "Let Not A UNIVERSAL PICTURE 1C & serial "Green Arcner." 1'cnltnuous show 1C:15 a.m. till U:XO D-m. SUNDAY-MONDAY of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Price, died i Greeubnar. Ark and Mr and Mrs. at the Dvess Hospital Tuesday. Herman McKasklc of Litile R"rk. Nov 26 Funeral services were held will spend Sunday with Mr. and Wednesday afternoon al the home'Mrs. John McKaskle. of the grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wheetlcy. with the Rev. W. Sam Richards, farm manager of FSA projects at Jerome. Ark., wu* 116 S. Broadway "Ancient and Modern Nccroman- 1 Miss Gladys Ln«h was crowned! ry. Alias Mesmerism and Hypno- qucen Wednesday afternoon at InfiMism Denounced" is the subject of Homecoming game between Luxor* I Hie Lcwon-Scrmon which will be and Turrell. The crowning cere-j m'ouy took place on the football lield precediuc the uamc. and attending Miss Lri°h ;»s maids were Billy La nest on. Ditsy Siliman. Bena Miller and Joan Miller. Wednesday night the annual football banquet was held at the Home Economies cottage, with the; queen and her maids, and Mr. 1 mid Mrs. R. C. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Wilkins. and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Posry a.s guests. JORT MINOR \ BURNSA WHITE PETROLEUM JELLYl For the present. Mr. and Mrs.;-^ m - s *"W »n*e open house Mon- in Bernard will make their, home horr'^V nighl at their pj\r.son«&« home.; with Mrs: Stewart before poini: to! Tl);) WRS «- M»»» street, i p . M^rliral Stcelc. after the first of ihc year.' Members of the Firsr Methodist vOUnt> ITieaiCai Mr!.-.Bernard, son of Mr. urn/Mrs.j ri "' UITh :t "d rrimtls yf the church B. O. Bernard, o' CarjJthersviilc.! ?rr mviteti to "drop by" between! an insurance'"-^ anrf 9:33 o'clock. . j KuVtom oft'idntms. Burial was! a Dycss visitor Tuesday. J Mamrhir Jo Hushing, .senior, war, , crowned Homecoming Queen by i Wiley Lrc" Frost. rHp'ain of tuej Mr. und Mrs. 17. c. i football r-(iund nt Uic fuwl unnic | of Jone.sboro. \VOIT G. C. Driver jr.. ol" Mrmphis.? spent Tiiesflay with his mother. Mrs. Grover C. Driver. Plsved bv . is cbnr.cclcd with agency in Steeic. Tea Tncsday Will - CcTTpliTncnt 'Miss..' Hale. Thc first in a ' se r ics 01" i Tn Knlrrlain Dance. Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Cnifton. Mr. '-w ' Anmuvl election of officers will i be conducted a! the 'noe.tin£ of the County Medical Asso- thc Dyess Envies ;md j supper Bursts nl Mr. and Mrs. B. . Wilkins. Artion? thc:-o ^:ir^« to Memphis J. I. day afternoon. The queen WHS chosen by the class selling the most ! this wock havr 'or r n Mrs. tickets to the game. The four maids and Mrs. Marcus Evrard and Mr. i Ration Tuesday night at the city j .^ and M:s. Rusprll Farr will enter- i "all. were chosen from the classes rank- MifTlln. Betty Sur MifTlin. Mr,. Sj. Smith. Mrs. John Thweati, John cf Htrbcrl ' Vefcnrt of New Yor5 Citv. *-m be a. lea Tuc-srinv M-er thc-li^c.of Mrs." Gcorx W. Barliam. ; • Mrs. L:. H. Moprc • aurl Mr.>. ; iTred Easicy. .will be "h oslesses 'with ; Mrs. '.Barhain for the social event i which \7ili begin at 3:45 o'clock. l- lain mrmbcrs of Club 28 with a j pllins fcr thc - vcar ' s work wlu bc rancc a i the WcnvAn's club Thurs-! outlined at ihc business session xiflv nu'ht ! which will besin at 7:30 o'clcck. the number of tickets • and Billy are: Marthn Rushing.! wen. Mrs. Mrs. Sam Bo- Je.s.sf Brown. Mrs. j Is your appearance an Asset or Liability? . sirTnir f>lnCP v/hlrh is ;x f. ? . » l*Q8ll€U i\ CWS .. . . Junior: Lorcnc Kimbrouuh. sopho-i Charlie Evans. Carroll Tivans, Mrs. more: Margaret Bc/rc. frrshman: | O. Howtcn. Mrs. Elizabeth Sili- nml Fayc Dene Faulk. seventh man. Miss Dit-.>y 8iii;v,;ni. Mrs. R. At The Hospitals •RlythcTJllc Hospital Mr;;. T. C. Scott. Pascola. milted. ad- Miss Montr.;; Picket t of ImbcrJcn arrived Saturday to visit her friend. Mrs. Quint Dciit. Her brother. BiUy | Pickctt, who accompanied her h?rc. C. Langston, and Mrs Butler. Club Mrs. Bill .'.mi tied. Robertson, city, ad-j returned to Imbodcn on Sunday Benefit Party to Be Plau's bo giveiV Friday afternoon al. the WoKiah's c'mlv- under 'the.. auspices i Harold Eubanks was elected prcs- \ Mack Sucy Yee. city, dismissed. . idcnt of the Go.sncll 1-H Club I A. M. Van Winkle, city. Gh-en at Club. • j Tuesday at a meeting presided over i eci. Klaus'.|orv the bctierit party to • l)y Dorothy Maxwell. The song.| Linda T3cll Nelson. America," led by son?: captain; ed. city, dismiss- of:: tlic ' "nfiu^c depavlimenl. amionhccd' tbtf&y by • 7i Kleiiicfien'sl-i cbairniuh. : Tjhree grand prizes ^111 be fered for. '.high 'scored low "score itiifi **bffdgeO*'. ' ancV--,t&.bl(i<, prices will'- als<>': b2 given!"W '" high cdorer ntVeach lot the tables., ;•; Proceeiis fi'fim the ' Virginia Cook, opened the meeting. '- V;cyc| Oliver officers chosen v:erc: Mis:; H. J.iCc-ok. vu:c president: Bobbie Hall- jmprk. sccretan-; ^ Miixwell, reporter; Margie Bcvill. son" leader. Walls afternoon. public .schools dismissed torn attendee! the Pa.ssiop. Play in Memphis Thun-.riay. Mrs. Ann HeaUicork and Mrs. Betty Harris nf McG.hce spent.last week with their fnihcr. Andrew A rn.-at MppraraiKT is not necessarily a guarantee of business success hut it is a definite asset al all times. ,Jus.t notice, the, snrr.essful business man or business \voman for proof ol this . . . their fresh, immaculate appearance is an example of the. service we offer every day. our service and enioy being belter dressed! News & Comedy Contiintous Show Sunday 1:45 lo H::in p.m. LISTEN TO KLCN 10:00 a.m.—13:45 p.m.—4:30 p.m. Phone Ritz 224 Phone Roxy 322 Wednesday aflcrnooh for thc | \yhitc. who is srriorsly ill at the home of his son. Joe A. While, of ;.; holif!a>\ Nearly all of the icochcrs left for their homes to visit over the weekend. f Thc Kev. Earl Humble. Robert Rt-hols. Miulont of Soulh- C j, sl Missouri Tnlchers Col- be the clubhouse/ it was' stated. 'for Beatrice. Rose. Osceola. sKlmUlecl.j at OimcnKn College, spent Kridny .^gc. Cnpc Ginivclcnu. y Carroll Johnson, city, admitted, j here, visiting liis parents. (giving here with his piircnLs. Mr. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Suggs, city, a daughter this morn- Miss Cora Lee Coleman. county ins. weighing seven, pounds and home, demonstration agent, and six ounces. James J. Pickrcn. county agricul-1 Ataiy Bell Gillimvatcr. Arinorel. ture agent, presented thc'ch:b witlv' a softball trophy won during the year at the county tournament. Reservations 'for tables biay be Read Courier News want ads dismissed. ' IVtcwphis Uuvlist Hospital Jean VVagnon. city, admitted. Memphis Methodist Hispilal Mr. and Mrs. Sam W. Anderson and their .son. Stephen Wayne, and Miss Helen Groves spent Thanksgiving in Nettlcton with relatives. Miss Helen E. Shaw, assistant j district supervisor of Library Pro- j jcct. of Jonchboro. spent Thursday visiting in with Mr. and Mrs. Fennell. Henry Lassiter, Dyess, admitted. The Rev. and Mrs. Wm. E. Hal- und Mis. J. Tl. Edinl.s. Mr. and Mrs. ,imi Gardner and son. Dickie, of Marion, visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gardner. Sunday. His sister. Mrs. Horace Crawford returned home with them to visit, a few days. For Belter Lauiulry and Dry Qeauiiur ROXY SATURDAY Continuous shov. SUNDAY & MONDAY STEAM UUWDRY R.ead Courier N^ws want acts. MURDER

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