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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE TWO (ARK.) COURIER 'NEWS Social Calendar MONDAYS EVENTS Wpnian'6 .Missionary Union, First Baptist .church, meeting 2 30 o'clock *t .church. Woman's v Auxi!iary. First Presbyterian .church, jneeting at church at 2:30 o'clock. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Lange Parent Teacher association, meeting 3:00 o'clock at school preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock. Miss Sara Jo Little entertaining Double G Bridge club. , Tuesday ^Contract ,jdub meeting Trtth Mrs. V. G. .Holland. Mrs. Doyle Henderson having Tuesday .club, Mrs. Fred Rutherford entertaining City Contract club. Miss 'Virginia :Nunn haying Friday Contract dub. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Russell^ Fan- entertaining .Delta '.Contract <5lub. Sisterhood & Temple Israel meeting ,3:00 o'clock with Mrs. I Miller. Mrs. 'William Young having ADC .'Bridge club. Town and £puntry club meet- -ing- with. Mrs. ,C. C. Langston for .luncheon. THURSDAY'S EVENTS : Mrs. Ralph Berryman entertaining 'Thursday -Bridge club. Cee-iQue Bridge club meeting with Miss Mary Eunice Laysoii. Mrs. Everett B. -Gee having Thursday Luncheon club. Mrs. JSdgar .Borum entertaining Thursday Contract .club.- Double Four Bridge club meeting with. Mrs. John Foster. iFRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's .club having Cluistmas partj', 2;3o o'clock, at .club .house. Tips for the Tardy Coffee Shower .Honors .Laura Elizabeth Hale .The -parties being .given for Miss Isaura -.Elisabeth Hale, prior to ;her \marriage .to Herbert V.oland of New York City, were continued this week with a Coffee shower given by the Armorel Parent Teacher association Thursday afternoon afc the .-school. ' . A center -bouquet rof jed .and' white .carnations flanked by white 1 tapers in crystal .holders ,decoi-at- jed -the lace draped refreshment table and -set .the .Christmas motif .for the party. Holly, .was used •throughout - the building. Miss JMargueute 'Matthews and Mrs. .Jessie .Ridenour jpo.ured coffee which, .was served .with an nssort- -ment of cakes and candies. Gifts presented Miss Hale were- of 1 silver and linen. . ... • Mafee Plans Eor * Chr.iEtmas Party Afiftris.tmas party for -the'-com-' .bined '.literary and music depart-. ments of the 'Woman's club vas. .planned at the meeting .Friday afternoon at.the .clubhouse. An .executive board .luncheon .preceded the general .meeting. The .party will be 'Friday alto:-! noon at 2:30 .o'clock at the club. Mrs. George M. -Lee has been nani-. .cd chairman of the program committee. On the decoration committee are Mrs. J. Mell Brooks Jr., Mrs. H. J. Kleindienst, Mrs. Jnmes V. Gates and Mi's. B. A. Bugg. The refreshment committee is made up of Mrs. w. S. Johnston. Mrs. James V. Hil] and Mrs. V. G. Holland. .Mrs. C. G. .Redman, Mrs. Bugg and 'Mrs. Johnston were hostesses lor^ the executive board. luncheon -which was attended by J3 members. At this 'time, Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb'was ejected treasurer to fill ^the unexpired term of Mrs. Kendall Berry, who resigned. ''Child Welfare'" was the subject of the -program presented by Mrc>. James Hill Jr. A paper on Mie -County Health Statistics" dealing with -public health work in MissLs- •sippi county, was read by George Shamlin. The paper was prepared ;by .Miss Annabel JBryant of the! county.[health unit, Mr. Shamlin discussed the city milk, supply and the various way? the city and .county could be projected irom disease. Mrs. Hill reviewed two arMoKs •"What'War Does (o the Minds Of 1 •ChUdren"-,by Harlow and "Teaching ^our Children Religion" by Harry .Emerson Bostick. ^.Miss ..Geneva ,-Bunn. student in I •the-.high .school. . k!ked on . ochalf of. the Tuberculosis Seal Sale In the array above, of Christinas gifts to simplify life for the last- minute shopper, you'.U .find a dc manicure kit with partition and handle .of clear lucite; a smart dresser set of blond maple, hand- decorated -with .little moss roses: a quilted satin -gift -chest containing -fragrant floral cologne for her and cologne in a fresh, tnngy scent -for him. Also, pink party makeup to delight the young and fresh-skinned and a candy striped/cardboard cane containing talcum powder and a lipstick. were given the members. A Christmas dessert was served by Mrs. Jackson who wns assisted by her daughter, Miss Mary Lynn Jackson, a member of the class. Party Given For Bride Miss Virginia- Cook -entertained •with a shower at her home Monday night in honor of Mrs. S. V, Cook, the former Miss Juanitn Pankey of, Atmorel. . In the games played, prizes went to Miss Dorothy Maxwell anci 'Mrs Charlie Hyde. After the bride opened her gifts, the hostess served >refresii- mcnts of cookies and Iced drinks. * ' * ,.* -Cut'.of'Town People Attend Luncheon Hero Six out of town people were guesUv at a luncheon Thursday :in 'the home of Mrs. James B. Clark. Mrs. H. J. Hale and Mrs. J. H. Hook, -were .present, 'from Osceola while Caruthersvillc guests were Mrs. Arthur Oliver. Miss Floyd Roberts, Mrs. Agatha W.ilks and Miss Battle Lewis. *. » * Prosperity Club Meets 'Eighteen members or the Prosperity club \verc entertained at the club's Christmas party Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs A.-G. .Shibley, A holiday motif on the nnuUei, n centerpiece decoration of candles and holly on the dining table, and a lighted Christmas tree provided a holiday atmosphere for I ho par- Each member was presented « gift, and n favor of a small which contained candy. ;. Club Has holiday season provided the motif for the party at which Mrs. Paul Kimln-ough entertained mem-' ber.x of the C.8.C. club Friday jift- rrnoon. All i,hr .members WCIT present for this t.hc club's Christmas party at which gifus were presented. Mis. C. J. Little received hU'h score prize and Mrs. Francis Jackson, second high wore prize in t.he Bits of News Mostly Personals » ' ' fc i -*UL*~3tSS^^S£SSi Mrs. Parker Johnson, of Newbern. Tenri.. has been visiting her 'par-' ents, Mr. and Mrs. George O. Yates, ;herc since Tuesday. Mr! Johnson will join her here for the week end. Mrs. JBarl KoonLg has been ill at the home of her mother, Mrs [E. M. Bryan. 1012 Holly street," "for j the past week. She is much improved, although still confined to bed. Mrs. Frank Webb and Joe Scruggs plan to ,go -to Little .'Rock Sunday to ; bc .with their .sister, Mr.s. J. -H. Mosley, formerly of .iere. who is seriously 111 at he- home, 2918 W. 15th street. -she ( s ill of a heart ;aUment. Two sis- 'crs, Mrs. M. O. Hoeggan. of <st Louis, and Mrs. Eula Rutledge, of Jcnesboro. are with her. .Beulah Elizabeth Mulling is 1 esting well .at k Walls .hospital fallowing an .operation for append!-' tftls performed Friday afternoon. Joe JDildy. Mitchell Best and, John 'Ed .James, members of the ootball .coaching staff -of .the lo:al school, are in Little Rock today .'or ,thc .meeting of the Arkansas aigh school coaches' -conference. .Mrs. James accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Allen .Sutherland md Miss M. Emde are spending cday in Memphis. . \ Mr. and Mrs. ;Bavid -Barton -of Matron. Mo., arc spending this .veek end here with Mrs. Barton's' -arents, Mr. and Mr.s. W. M. Burns. The Bartons and Mrs! Burns spent -Fridny in Memphis and .Mr. and Mrs. Burns .returned to the .city today. Dr. and Mrs. Maja :L. .Skaller are .expected return .today from Memphis where 'they have -been •because of the ; illness ,and death of Dr. iSkaUer's mother, Mrs -Rov •B. Skaller. .of..that,city. . ' - * Mrs. Dan Stout and Mrs. Russell B. ;Stout .have .returned from Memphis where .they spent two .days, "• ii csasBKssa Osceola Society—Personal S'"*" ' ™^T"!^S5 Mrs. White honored Mrs. Jettie -Braver and Mrs. ;a. :: s;< Wilson were .hostesses to 30 guests •at- the Driver home Monday night :for a miscellaneous .shower : and Pageant To Be Presented By Grade Students "Why The .Chimes' Rang," a: pageant, will be .presented by children of the .elementary grades /of Central school \at v thc First Presbyterian church,Sunday-uight at'TjJb' .o'clock. : ::"' ; /:" : " -. .^~-^^ Miss Lola ;Nnson, instructor in the .school, .has directed .the students; , _ uwc , . ttllu m this pageant .of Christian .sig-j dinner 'bridge -in special honor of nificance which is .presented in .the 'Mrs. .Jap -White -.vho is .the former Mrs. D. S. Perisins .and Mrs. Wade Quinn. • • ' -Mrs. Sultenger, known : as one ,of Oscepla's ,most successful gardeners, has an abundance of grow- .ing and blooming plants in her home making it .attractive .at any season for parties. * »• * Mr*. Bultenck Houored Miss Julia Mae Morrison, Miss Myra Mae Nallling, "Miss Vivian Scurlock and Mrs. Mona Moore wpr.e hostesses to a group of friends at the new .home of Miss Morrison Wednesday .night in honor of Mrs. Hoy Butterick, .a regent bride, who is the former Miss Fay Stevens of Osceola and Magnolia. The invitations pictured a miniature bride and groom and cook stove: each guest was requested to return the invitation with a favorite recipe written thereon. These were compiled and given Mrs. Butterick. Old-fashioned Christmas colors of red and green were used in the .home -with .red -candles at vantage points and the red and green motif used in the salad course. + * + Circles Have Last Meeting- The Christmas Story, "the Magnificat, ihe" doctrine, ministry and office of angels in the scriptures were given emphasis at Ihe foui circle meetings of -the Baptist Woman's .Missionary Union this wcok marking -the .last meeting of the circles for 1940. Forty-five women- <v^rt. prcspi:t in the homes of Mrs J. T. Wilson on Hale 'avenue. Mrs.; E. R. Reid, Mrs. Fjrauk Williams and Mrs. ,J. J. Best. Mrs. Roy Dillard told .of .observance of Universal Bible .Sunday Dec. 8, and of increased sale .of Bibles throughout the world in: 1940. A .description of the present city of -Bethlehem as told by Robert fiipley Jn the December Christian Herald was told by Mrs Frank Williams. "Benefits Forgot'' was the name -of the .reading by M'.s. ;B. E. Moore -while Jam Adams, daughter of Mrs. Georgt Adams, read -the immortal poem b^ •Clement Moore entitled '"Twnl the Night Before .Christmas." Mrs. 'Dwight H. Biackwood, president of -the 'W. M. U., .announced that new year -books, guide books, charts .and standards of -excellence for the various organizations had been ordered and would be" distributed at .the. first Monday in January. .;Ne,w .circles have also beem assigned to 4heir places. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1940 .Spirit of Christ's Nativity. ,|'Virginia sBare Smith. A _ largo number .of students will An attractive bowl of vetlqw tnkc part in -this special service and .white .daisies with v.eilow to which .the .public ; is invited, .the 'tapers .on 'either side .just 'one-color. Rev. J.ames A. pvcrhplser, pastor .motif :Cor other .decorations. Smaller- of the church, lias announced. -vases of -the ..lame 'flowers were CHURCH NEWS To Be Pastor 01 Osceola Cliurch FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH James A. Overholser, minister Church school 9:45 a.m. Morning- worship 11:00 , Sermon theme, "The Dedication of Life." Ycung people's meeting 6:30 p.m. Evening worship 7:30 p.m. A pageant entitled. "Why the Chimes Rang." presented by children -Of Central school, under the direction of Miss. Lola Nason. The service includes the singing of Christmas hymns by a ki:gc children's choir. Midweek service Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Choir practice Wednesday 8:15 p.m. Christmas party for Sunday ^ehco) Friday 7:30 p.m. in the sburch sccia! rooms. You are cordially invited to worship in this church and to share •In its program of Christian service. •LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH E. K. ScweH. .pastor Church school, ,9:45 a.m. Iver;on Morris, superintendent. Morning worship, 10:45 a.m. Children's and Young People's leagues. 7:00 o'clock. 'Evening worship service at 7:30 Sister Anne .'Francis Here .Mrs. Claud ' Perrin will go tc Memphis Friday afternoon to inee. her sister, Sister Anne Francis directress of .St. Cecilia A cade mi in Nashville, Tenn., who will spenc the night here with her sister and niece. Mrs. W. V. Alexandei and Mr. Alexander. Sister Anne :,, Francis is remembered by he: Osceola friends as Miss Catherine r Semmes, daughter of .the late -Car>- tain S: : iS. -.Semm'es and ' Mrs Semmes. She was reared :.n Osceola. She is being accompanied by .-Sister Miriam, also n member o: the faculty at '.3t. Cecilia, Thej .will .return to Memphis Saturday afternoon. ;'iMvs. William Stewart -Icfl Tluirs- morning ry. Ala. - „ , v ^ lt for an extended visit with her son. used, .on .other tables in the ; enter-'. William Grigsby and Mrs. Grigs- j tainment rooms. A miniature .bride'"" • and groom -Mrs. White's Leslie E. Baker Is it i -. , Head P lftcc - Bridal place :cards indicated places of other guests. Leslie E. Baker, newly elected' ' Seateci al ;tne • dining: table that High Priest of the 1941 Royal Arch was covere<i with an .Italian ™t- Mnsons chapter 117, will preside work oloth ' werc '^mediate mem- over the next meeting of this bers of Mr - aiKl Mrs - White's family group to bo held Tuesday. Jan 7 mcluclin S Mrs. John White, Mrs. in the Masonic Hall. ;~E. ,R. Smith, Mrs. George Adams, vi*v tvA*^.otji 1 1^ intii i . ,; --- — — — -^*v,w.(jw ^ixicvmo, Other officers who have been Mrs " E ' R -- Smi "i flr.. Mrs. -Godfrey cted to serve with him arc as -' vhllc - Mis * Maxinc Smith, and Mrs R ' A ' - elected to .serve with him arc as follows: -R. A. Copeland. King; A ,, . J - Dr. S. -P. Martin. Scribe- Jerry AttaGheci ' l o -t-hc pair ,of table Harwell. Captain of the Host'- i ; -^ m P 5 whlch was ;thc ?i f t- -rom Don Kalbacher. Principal Sojourn- ' ^ hostesses Jo 'Mrs. -White cr:'B. J. Allen. .Royal Arch' Captain:'Jack ,0'Keefe. Master Third •Veil.: Harry Wecd.mnn. Master „ . • --- - -Second -Veil; Otis Shepherd. Mas-' tc only pn>lC ln tn c-bridge games. ter First Veil: W. J. .Pollard, trcas- ! a set of ? r >' stal « sh ^»-y«. urer; Floyd A. White, .secretary; 1 . Mr>s ' ' Driver Deceived ;her guests ribbons leading to other "treasures" hidden over the .Mrs. C. B. Driver held the lucky number for Henry CaUlwr.ll. Sentinel. To Present Cantata At Wilson Sunday! in n model of brown with gold ! accessories while Mrs. -Wilson wore ! taupe with rhinestonc oi;naincnt. j Mrs. White wore black -with touches of pink. Her corsage \vas of white ca runt-ions. WILSON. Ark.. De<\ .14,-~Thr \\\\- Christmn.s Cantata will or Refreshments in the Christmas scheme were served at. the conclusion of the ,g»me.s. Plans .for CoMUion Club Dance ..'.Barnes'-Terry, new president of the Cotillion club, 'today announced appointment of a daucp committes lor the Christmas socml affair being . planned by this group '' I .Mr. and Mrs Harrnert" Ttiyior : Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nelson 'and' Mr, ann Mrs. Thad Nicol were named to the committee in charge oj. arrangements for the dance which will bn Saturday. Dec. 28. at the American Legion Hut Richard Leon and his orchestra out of Memphis vail play for the holiday affair. •.* * * Class Has Party Ths £. R. jack&in hoinc was the setting last night for the Christmas party of the Conquerors Sunday ^school 'class of the First Baptist" church. , Twenty members of this 17 year olckgirls; 'ilass of the Young People's, department were present- for the party.-Mrs. Russell Baugtv-Is teacher of tho class. F±om." a maiitel banked .with Ureenery^ blinked colorful Christmas" Ifghts 7 and ^tapers.'' Presents wrapped in Christmas.. packages esper Choir To Givo Program At 'Melhodisi CJuurli Tr. and Mrs. iVIt'Canty Entertain P,c.semed In the Md.hodW churc,,! J^'S^g^ ^ -• Wltam on -Su.d.y cvcnin, ,,. | .4hocr S'on Mo»d°v S? r (he rtirocMon cr. when -Mr. and Mrs. J. s. McCants ;-:tl\rtY^/-K- n>^^l n j< t .. _ . _ _ ~"ni.x), 0 r Ginley or -Memphis. The ohote »r M Pt1 Thr «oo ,.- i • ' " ° comstl "S Methodis| - ^eckup of November records Mra - ^ Cante - ^ "«nibcr of the. 0};ceol « °it-y school faculty. wa ,s at *°™ in the role of teacher as .he .called each persons first, name n J Jn f „, , j =• 'VOIIV.VI IttUU of Christmas carols, form- | Lhe rol , cnl , chntr of forty-five adult 1 -hirty children's voices.!«« J", all wearing white surDlices. ' " ' «'< for Dec. 15: Mae by. .She will remain until .after .the holidays. 'Dr. E. W. PptLer. district superintendent of tlic northeast Arkansas Methodist ^Conference, and 'Mrs. •Potter, of Jonesboro, were here this week as guests of the Rev. \v. j. : Splcer .and Mrs. Spicer. 1 J. W. Taylor, who is with the National Funeral Home in Memphis, spent Tuesday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Taylor. Mrs. E. H. Riley and A. W. .Bowen -spo.nt Tuesday in Little .Rock ,on business. G. B. Segraves .spent four --Jays this week in Oregon, ill., as the guest .-of former Gov. ;Prank O. .Low.den of Illinois. Mr. Segraves represents 'Gov. Lowden's business interests .in Mississippi -County. Mrs. J. H. Hook has as her today Mrs. .H. ,S. Lutimer -of Memphis. Mfs. Lntimer accompanied Mr. Latimer and the Rev. R. J. Batcmen. pastor of the First Baptist Church. Memphis, .here for the meeting of the Mississippi County Baptist Workers Council meeting here Friday. Mr?. Hook and Mrs. Latimer were pirlhood friends in AsheviUc. N. C. K. P. Bradley, accompanied by Leo .Schrieck Jr.. Dick Prewitt and Max .Stewart Jr., went to Memphis Monday nighi for the banquet nieotnig at Hotel PILGRIM TABERNACLJt; 110 .Cherry street •:9:4£ a ; m. Sunday-school. Mrs. O. 'N. .Doss, .superintendent. 11:00 a.m. 'Worship service. 7:3G ,p.m. Evangelistic service. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Mid-week irayer service. Mrs. O. W. Doss will be in .hargi? of the services. ."They say we're friendly." CHURCH OF CHRIST W. Main and Highway .ft! UeiHnn i\l. Neal, evangelist "Orel's Day services:Preaching. 11:00 a.m. Commuuicn. 11:50 a.m. Young People's Bible class. 7:is p.m. Preaching. .8:00 p.m. Vlid-Week services: Wednesday. 8:00 p.m.' Bible .study md song practice. Thursday. 3:00 pan., Ladies' Bible class. JRadio services. KLCN, daily (except Sunday) 12:15 to 12:30 o'clock. Sunday; 2:30 to ,3:15 o'clock. You arc invited to each of our •ervices. You will find a hearty .welcome with us. Sermon which will be read in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, jind Christian Science Societies on Sunday, Pecember 15, 1940.' The Golden Text is "The Lord giveth wisdom: ..out of .his -nouth cometh knowledge .and .understanding ... He keepeth the paths of judgment, and preserveth the way of His saints." .Proverbs 2:6, 8 Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "The Lord is the tpor&on of mine inheritance and of my cup: -thou .maintainest my lot." Psalms 16:5. 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 "The divine Mind fchat made man .maintains His own image and likeness." p 151. < Evangelist N. H. Rhodes and Mrs. Rhodes, formerly with the local Assembly of God church, are returning to this county to continue their church work after having served [or the past two years in the evangelistic field. They come to Osceola from Springfield, M'o.. where they have been conducting an evangelistic meeting. Services will be conducted each Sunday afternoon ' at 2:30 o'clock and each Sunday night at 7:45 o'clock hr-Osseola where they : plan to erect a church. -It was' under their leadership that the local church structure was built. .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 CavLs. superintendent. < 1-1:00 a.m.' 'Morning''"worship.' ' 1.1:00 a.m. Children's church. 1:45 .p.m. Evangelistic service. Tuesday, 7:4.5 o'clock, Young People's meeting. Friday. 7:45 o'clock. -Bible study. The public is cordially invited to hesc .services. CHURCH OF THE NAZARKNK Fletcher Spruce, jiastor Sunday school opening exercises. ):45 a.m. Worship and instruction Jor all age groups. Special .singing and music. 10:45 i.m. Inspirational sermon. 11 a.m. Topic: '"Plic Power of Prayer." Juniors' meeting. 2 p.m.. Program Practice. 2:30 p.m. N. Y. P. S.. ; .6:45 p.m. Evangelistic sermon. 7:30 p.m. Subject: "Sanctification.' T i\ud-week prayer meeting. Wednesday. 7:30 p.m. Had almost 50 'ast Wednesday night. Prayer and' .fasting Thursday. 12:30 p.m. W.M.S. .meeting Thursday. 1:30 mcetins. Thursday. Y.W.M.S. 7:30 p.m. Cottage prayer meeting. Friday. .7:30 .p.m. Special Christmas program next Sunday .night. Christmas tree alter; program. Come and worship .with us— you arc welcome-. Wilson News Th? Vesper choir of the ntv nigh school under the direction c< •sing at the .special-Christum sew- l con> c- jce at the First, -Methodist- church Sunday night a! 7:30. o'clock. A .special number on their pro- ! gram will be "Oh Holy Night" for ' wh 1C h Harry Carter Farr, soprano I of junior high ^hool. will be solo- I v»L .assisted by Jnr.k Chnmblin. Bill Morac. George Hubbard and atx! Roberts. ,,,vited lessons. . pnod cach a piece of - moc{elil ^ cla >' aud told to form A t TL u - i ' - o o orm At 5 he uOSpltan ; animals. At "noon" the pupils' Walls -Hospital Julius Clark. Oeering. nd- Anulois Aycock. city, admitted. The remainder of their program will be made up of familiar Christmas carols. The Rev. E. B. Williams, pastor of the church, will speak at the service. Thirty students make up this robed choir -which has been appearing on numerous programs Earl ; B. Snyder will be organist. Read Courier "News'want ads. metif Benlah Elizubeth "MulHns,""cil.v. i man) admitted. ' ! ;.lunches were .served in paper bags | with n cup of hot chocolate. November reports, .averages, is formed the led by Ffavoid 'Till- W. M. Duncan, Stoelr. admitted. •Rlj-thcviHc Hospital S. H. Strong. Caruthc'rsville. dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital Mrs. C. H. Hanoy city, admitted. American colonists mixed fruits with their potatoes and then ccoked the mixture with sugar for variety. . .... Supper Club 'Meets Mrs. Charles E. Sullenger was hostess to 16 members of the Monday Night Supper Club in her home this week. The club always meets first at Cramers Cafe for supper together, going-later to the | home of one of it's -members for the -bridge games. Prizes were won by Mrs. W. E. Mrs. Catcbmgs Hostess A Christmas atmosphere prevailed throughout thr country home, ^•FlagwoocT of Mrs. A. 3. Catchings, near Ba-ssrtt. when she was hostess at fch? luncheon and .party of t-he Wednesday bridge club on Wednesday .afternoon. Large vases of red roses. »nd a gaily decorated silver tree, carrying out" the Yuletide colors of red. green and silver were predominant in the entertaining rooms. First and second awards in ;the bridge games were won by Mrs. Chas. Lowrancr o! Driver, and Mrs. John R. Enochs of Wilson. Mrs. .Ed .Bell of Bas-sctt *-as :\ luncheon I IR-ST CHRISTIAN Main at .Sixth Gco. W. Patterson. 9:45 a. m.. Bible school. Russell Barham. superintendent. 31:00 a. m.. worship, communion and preaching. "An Ouncr of Pro-- venlion Is Worth a Pound of Cure," will be the sermon themc. 7:30 p. tn.. worship mici .preaching. "Onn of Life's Tragedies" will be the sermon theme. " Don't forget, the "Enri-of-the- year" meeting at the hall next Wednesday evening a( , .seven; •o'clock. Sre the "Old-Timers!" We most, cordially invite the public. Strangers in " our -city cs- : pecially invited. We'll trv to make; you glad you eame our way.' work, "The Pharisees, the Sociological Background of their Faith." •by Prof. Louis Finkelstein who recently succeeded the late Cyrus Adler as president of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Tlie subject' deals with an important historical period bearing .on the relationship between Judaism and Christianity, .and gives ; the background of some of the material Sholem Asch treats fictionally .in ,his "Nazarene." Everyone is cordially invited to attend the services. THE FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Corner of Lily and Vine Streets- Rev. Clifford L. Thacker, Pastor Sunday school. 9:45 a. in. Roy •Handley. superintendent. Church worship. 11:00 p. m. Sermon, "The -Mystery of the •Church." P. Y. P. A., 6:30 o'clock. Evangelistic service. 7:30 o'clock. Young People's service. Tuesday night, 7:30 o'clock. Prayer meeting. Friday night 7:30 o'clock. FIKS'J iMKTHODlST CHURCH E. B. Williams, Pastor 9:45 a. in. Church school. S. K. Garrett, superintendent. .Be present in your class and help our church school grow. 10:55 a. m. Morning worship. [The challenging question. "What 'Will Become of the Church?" j s ( the .theme. i 6:45 p. m. Intermediate and I Senior League services. 7:30 p. m. Evening worship. High •School choir, under the direction of Miss Nannie Clarke Smith, will present their interpretation of some of our .best loved .Christmas Carols. The • subject for the evening ser-. mon is. "Jesus' Philosophy of Life." To all of these services- you arc cordially invited. ;Here you fc'.Ul receive comfort and spiritual help which Js so greatly .needd by people the world over. "I was glad when they said unto 'me. 'Let us go into the house of the Lord'." LUXOR A METHODIST CHURCH Martin A, Bierbauin. .Pastor Church school .at 10:00 a. m. 'Mrs. Sue Brown, superintendent. •Morning worship .at 11:00 a. m. Theme: "Religious Living." Junior League at 6:00 p.'in. Senior-Young- People's ' League at 6:30 p. m: Evening worship at 7:00 o'clock Theme: "God's Qeust- for His Prodigal Children." Everyone is .cordially invited to attend our Services. Come, study and worship with us.' " PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets H. J. Kleindienst. pastor •Divine worship. 10 a. m.-Sermon subject: '"Exemplary Faithfulness." Sunday-school. 11 a. m. The Lutheran Hour 12.30 over WMPS and transcribed over KLCN at 3:30 p. m. No evening- worship. 'Pilgrim Guild meets Thursday 7:30 p. m. A cordial -welcome -to all.' FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH •Walnut at Eighth Alfred Carpenter, Pastor 9:30 a. m. Bible school. - 10:40 a. m. Special service. Sermon — "Expressing - Appreciation", Special music by the choir. 6:30 p. m. Training union. 7:30 p. m. Preaching service. Sermon—"You r Greatest Experience—What is it". Special music. ARMOREL BAPTIST •CHURCH G. D. Magee. Pastor Morning services: •10:00 a, m. Sunday school. 11:00 a. m. Song and devotional- services. 11:20 a. m. Sermon—"Hated for Telling -the Truth"—pastor. Evening .services: 6:30 p. m. Song and devotional services. 6:50 p. m. :Sennon—''Our Shield and Our Reward"—pastor-^ : ''•'• - ••• Army Flag- Theft Serious -SWEETWATER, Tex. <UPI —A large blue an-d white flag may cost someone several years in prison. The -flag is the .official blue-and- white used at all army .recruiting \\ offices. It was stolen ;from the station here. Theft of the flag is a federal offense and carries a severe .prison penalty. Read .Courier News want BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street i 9:30 a. m. Bible school. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES U6 S. Broadway GOD THE PRESERVER OF MAN is the subject of the Lesson- NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE Owen Zuek and His ORCHESTRA Sponsored by the Blytheville Bachelor Club City Hall :Mrs. .E. A. Jlcgcnold o, r Paris. Texas, arrived Saturday to spend an indefinite time visi'ting .in the homes of her sons, R. A. Rcgenold :*^ 'family here, and Eddie Regenold .at Armorel. Mrs. H. A. Shelby left Friday of .last week for Prague, Okla., where ^he '.will spend two W. W. Prewitt, and j her aged mother a Ward. .Guests were tives. ks visiting rela-. TOIPLK (SRA.£I, Herman rollack. Kabbi l:UO p. in. Sunday school classes ,will meet. There will be a final rehearsal of the Chanuko program to be present^ on Snndav alter- noon. Dec. 22. " 3 p. m. Sermon topic: "Solving an Historical Riddle." The (Us- cussion will br based on the recent — PRESCRIPTIONS— ' Safe - - Accurate Your Prescription DrugglM Fowler Drug .Co. PhMM 141 / Have None Since / Start ed Sending My Clothes to the Rlytheville Ste a in Laundry! remember back v.-hcii washday ,uicau( a sjU miisnlc-aorc ami and legs . . . hut that .was hrforr i sending my clothes to tlic BlytheviHc Laundry. I'akr n>y advice, women, and do the same. You'll fed wonderful suid look years younger with the terrific stmin of washday off vot;r For Better Laiuidry and Cleaning >

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