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PADS-TWO (ARK)' QOURIEg NEWS Society—Personal Social CaJcodar MONDAY'S EVENTS'! 1 Woman> Society" of 'Chilsilan Seivlce, Fiist Melljodlst church, ylll meet nt the' Church, 2:30 pm Woman's Society of Christian Service, , Luke Street Methodist Church, will jiieel at Church, 2:30 pm, foi blithday meeting. Woman's Missionary Union, Second, Baptist Church,, will meet 6:45 pm, In Lange School building Three Quads Club will meet with Mis Clyde Bunch ' TUESDAYS EVENT? Mrs. Joe McClure entertaining 4CO Clllb. " p Tuesday. Bridge- Club will-meet with Mrs. Murray Smart. Miss Margaret' Shaver, entertnln- ing Double G Club. G. N. B. Clllb meeting with Mrs, Harold- Meek". "-"''."'",'. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs.. Harry, Kirby" eiitertalniiig \ Wednesday Brjdge Club. A. D' c, Chib iiv"ctlng Mrs. T|i f iri l^Icljol.. , C.- li'. ,c. .club will meet with Mrs. Fred Bonn. ,' Mrs. J. C. Ellis 'entertaining Town nnd .country. Club. Wednesday "Contract Club mcet- init with 'Mrs. A. .G. 'Hail. B. 'and L. Cliib- will meet with Mrs. Beatrice Downs. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Luncheon' Club meeting with Ml?. A. G. Little. Mid-Week'. Bridge Chib' will meet with iyli's. W. L. Homer, Club s will meet'"wlth Mrs. Sam Burns. ' ; Mrs. G. G. Caudill entertaining Thursday' 'Conlrfiql Club. Double Four : Club meeting with Mrs. Howard FrJsby. Mrs.'Sain Sikes is 'entertaining Triple Table Club. Summer Switch TJErtE'S a prc-peek nl the- summer version of one 01 this winter's ' most popular ond widespread fads—the wool scorf, userl as a head covering. To replace Ihe warm woolen ones used in cold .weather, Glatisdor designed this scaif of filmy, cool cotton. . It is, worn around the top of the lieacf, with long, trailing - end thrown around the neck and over the shoulder. Accent it with n colorful decoration, such as a bright pin, or, as in the plioto at right, flowers. IV fl ' llie<l chiffon blouse, and black Two Affairs To Honor Bride-Elect,' Fiance .Two interesting affairs have been planned for Mrs. Elaine. An- rierson Ford and her fience, Il'er- liert Snplh'of 'St. Louis, prior to their marriage, will be solemnized tomorrow afternoon, 4 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Potter, parents of (he •bitde-eicct, will entertain with the rehearsal supper tonight and a - luncheon will be given tomorrow noon liy her grandparents, Mr. aiid Mrs. J. Nicl: " ' amU .Mrs, Poix mtirkert with a There will be" 15 gucsls at the supper party tonight, lo bu held at Rustic Inn, before tlie- rehearsal nt the otter residence, where the rites will be sqlemnizd. .' Bowls of -jonquils will emphasize theV-yellow color scheme to blend with the'rustic atmosphere —••- "-- Ford;s; place will be corsage of tbes<> , Iifcluded in Ihe 18 guests to .it- ten! " le luncheon-'tomorrow will be Jlr.^aplii'js 1 mother, Mrs. Arthur D'. : 6npin, arid Ill's' sister, Mrs. v >Veissninji, both of St. An all-while color scheme will bleiid with'whife china,- 'crystal anrf silver for a I'orma; setllnu 'In thelliviiig anil-'.dining'rooms where tables will'be arranged. Centerpiece of the table, at which members of the wedding party will 'be'.' seated, will be of while snapdragons, gladioli, carnations and sweetpeas, with miniature bouquets .of the same flowers at. the smaller "tables.' *' * * Miss Peggy: Jones Weds Louts. Miss Marilyn Jones, her sister, served ns maid of honor. Her afternoon dress was of British tan, with which she ' ivore nccc/aorie.s In (lie same shade nnd a corsage of white gardening. Pilot Officer Stanley V. Scott of Bocu Chlcii Air Has?, Key .West served UciUeiuml Wanner a.s best', man, Immediately following- the ceremony, fellow o/fieers entertained the wedding party wllli a dinner and dance at tlie Officers Club! Mrs. Wagner wan graduated from Blytbcvitle High School, and has been employed us-a secretary In the principal's office at Ihe .school for lh» past tivo years. Lieutenant Wagner was graduated from Cleveland High School St. Louis, and from Washington inoiise, and black /~i • i o -, r corsage was of lyil'J ,5COMlS I J(J|'C ajs<i Fttiids For Foreign The 87 Girl '.Scouts of ai y u, c . S,.,;: 110 ™ 1 . l":<? 1 "' >:*nt*' and has . - irends what Girl Ecoutlng n l " ° S - illce Us "•"gar ^f !U!? nl11 ' 'collected for the foreign Cilrl Scout '"- Klven last . , on University [here. He received his basic training at filythevillc A'-n Air Field inst fall nnd lii.s nnd his; commission In at C.'coi-ge Field, III, December Lieuteniini and Mrs. Wagner arc now living at (he Laconcha Hotel Key West. Prior to her departure' for Florida. Mrs. Wagner was honored at a shower and bunco party given bv MISS Hllih L,lmls;y. A pink and while color scheme was carried out in the dccornllniis of (lie tindsey lioine, ' and the guest of honor was showered with gift;; from llie guests present. ' M.iis. jor; i!AiMi:v HOSTKSS TO TIUI'U!. TAlilJJ OMJij Mrs. Joe Ramcy entertained the Triple Table Club nl her iranie rhmsdny m B hl, with all members present. In the bridge games, liiul. 'score \vas awarded to Mrs. W. I!. Nally ami second high lo Mrs ira wal- lers. _,...... -The hostess served a desert plate ahtl drinks for refreshments. * * f i, - ' MRS. .FKItfiUSON HOSTESS TO emit Mrs. B. D. F.^guson was -hostess ;o Ihe Fprlnlghtly' 1 Luncheon Chib riuirsday, with Mrs. S. B. Wllford, Mrs. W. l 13nrksdnl(! On- nnd Mrs. Lizzie :-.., .-, guests. Spring flowers were used throughout: the rooms where the guesUs were entertained. • The afternoon was spent In-knitting' for lh? Red Cross. ' SON non.K TiiuitsDAy J'O I-UKI) L. AUSTINS A son was born lo Mr. nnd Airs Frederick Leon Auston Thursday Homing at BlyUievitle Hospital.' . ....r—.r ••• - Mrs. Austin is the fonnor Miss LlCUl. J9CK U. Wagner jMnWciic Webster, daughter of Mr " - "'id Mrs. 'Clay Webster. ' ' The b.iby, tliclr only child, has bten named Frederick Leon Jr. •Announcement is made today of tlic marriage of Miss Peggy Jones, daughter of Mr. and airs. E. il. Jones, to Lieut. Jack D. Wagner Jr., flight .officer of Army Air Forces, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wagner Sr., of Fort Knox, Ky. Tlie ceremony wns performed at Key West, Pin., -Monday night, g o'clock, at FirsVMothpdlst Church The Rev. A. C. Riviere, pastor, read llie rites. • .. i : i Tlic bride was dressed In n Steele Red Cross Driv e Is Opened With Dinner .STEELE. Mo., March 20.—Funeral services were held at the Sleclc Methodist, church yesterday lifter- noon for Mrs. Emma Jane Brooks who died Tuesday after n length? illness. - " Kven ast .night in .observance, of International Olrl Scout month. The program wns at'hlgh school auditorium with tlie adult captains anil liciitenants lii charge "of the one-hour instructive entertainment climn.xcd with • n ' ri-cc will offering to be sent for relief of Glr Scouls in wnr-loni -.countries. All troops, Includinij the' yoiumcr fcouts called "Broivii|es",' took part in the elaborate pageant, with M B. Hold serving as "Patriot" M Lloyd Stickmon as '" Scculmg" nnd Mis. Max " ' Bits of News Mostly Personal • " Hobby Wiilden, Isccn , ccn stationed fit San Dicso in the Navy. will arrive for n visit wllli Ills parents Monday. lie has been -In the Navy for about ;iliio weeks Mrs. Sue Evans of Mell returned nicsda.v horn Keesler Field, Gulf- tiort, Miss., where she ;;|ient 10 days willi her huilmml I'fc. HOW-' n.rcl n. Evans, who Ls stationed In " mediaJilenl school (here. The condition of Mrs. John Siiiolhcminn, who is ill at walls Hospital, Is lincliniigcd. of B Held . e as "Juliette L'owo", founder (if Girl Other guest assistants were Mrs nalph Dcrrymiiu, pianist; Mi*s Hcl- ma Johnston, soloist; Betty Nell Holland, LaVonnc Ucdman lini-- bnra Unnpp and Frames slibuse who sang In the clioruses'' ,lerc Reid bugler, nnd Grego'iy Atkins, In charge of tiio: curtains The production Included >i 'history of the gram) along yilth alms of the Girl EcaiUs of 19«. -Moving rapidly without a flaw, the' playlet vividly dcmous.tratcd'to• the a,'mli- encc .that the future generation vvill be mtilded by women leaders Who secure their character foundations in such' ni.i organization. At The Hospitals ' Itlylhcvillc Hospital Admitted— ' Mrs. plan Cnrlllicis, cily. Waljs Ilospiliil Admitted— Dorothy Ann -Petty, city. Frank Maxwell, city. Wliltncld, .Cooler, Dismissed — Ann Shirley Mo. Mrs, Moh>in •Bin-Ion, Steplc, Mo. Toitiinlc Joe Carney, city. Eiifcne Gliiss, city. Mrs. C. K. Almquisl and baby city. Mrs. A. ,1. licwis, manila. : Memphis llunlls.1 Hospital Admitted- Mary Lynn Denn, cily. Patricia N. Chadwick, Copter Mo Miss Virginia' Martin, city. , . . c r daughter, Mrs, George Dysinker or "onway, is will) her. Miss Miixlne Harris, who Is con- Incd to Memphis llaplist Hospital is expected to return home next week. • i'ic. nnd Mrs. iloland Warring- cn nrc spending several days In vtemphls. Private WaiTinuton Is icre on fuiioush from Ainnrlllb I'c.xas, .where he is .stationed. Mrs. . A. S. Heen of the clear K<> KOfwJ IK ab|e U> be »|) nftur lengthy Illness. . ' Mrs. t. P.' Martin nnd daugh- cr, Miss yirjilnln Martin, went to "och.rum, Miss., yesterday for 'a 'M.It with Mrs. Martin's mother Mrs. E. V. Ti-endwny. Tliey will return Sunday. Jim Wilson, who spout seve'ral clnys .visiting his nephew! ' Ur. c E. Wilson and family, lias return-. ed to his .lioinc in lOklnlioma City, Mr. Wilson had not teen' his nephew for 51 .years. Mary Lynn Dean of Yarbro lias entered Memphis Baptist Haspllal for an appendectomy. Mrs. Paul Mnhon of Miss Helen Lastcr left Monday morning for Little nock, Ark., after she had received her call for Mllvb service In tl)e WAAC. Slie passed all examinations several weeks ago and has Mnce been ills- posliiB of her beauty shop and other things in preparation for her call. From Little Hock she wns ••cut to a camp In Florida for her ,'lx weeks basic training. Slie en- ioiled at the same- lime that Miss Isabel Forbu.s nnd "Mrs. KnLyc. Yciini! also of Cooler enrolled but they received tlidr calls several days ago and were sent to De K Moiiif.f, Iowa, Miss I.aster Is Ihe daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. Jart: Lasler and has been In the beauty shop and grocery store business at Cooler for tlie past two years. * • * Miss Jj)M\e\\ Jordaii will return lo Cape Cilrnrdcau over the weekend lo resume her diittc.'i at State. Teachers College after- being out of school for three ,weeks because of ilinoxs... • Mrs.' L c. Spencer 'ii .spejiiliiij; :'veral. days nt Joiner and bscc- <:hi with, her sisters. Mrs. • Alfred Dennis left this wi'i'l: for ;i (wo .weeks visit ivith lallvcs- In Nqrlli Carolina. SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1943 CHURCH NEWS VAKlWO-l'KOMISKI) I.ANI) MUT'JIOUISJi CHimCIIKS I). C. Hliidinaii, |>aslor Varbro Church School, 0:50 a. m Paul AWx>tt, Supt. Wqr^h.lp service, 10:50 a. m. No iilghl .service. ' Cluircli School, 9:50 a, in Marcus Gaincs, Supl. ' Youth fcUoHrslilp, 1 [>. m. Worship service, 8 p. m. <>osnell Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship service, 11 a m. Second Quarterly Conference, 3 p. in., Rev.'J. A. gatlin in charge Worship service, 7'30 p. m. ST. STEPIIKN'S EPISCOPAL c'iiuitcii Walnut anil' Sixth Slrefls Holy communion Service, 11 a m. ' The Ilcv. George C. Meikcl of Stuttgart,' celebrant. KIUST I'KKSltVTKIllAN CHliUCll .lames A. Overhclser, Minister Sunday Scliool 9:45 am Morning' Worship 11:00 Antioch - ............ .... u. Calif., Is visiting at the home of Mrs. G. W. Smith nnd cither relatives here nnd In Joitefiboro. Pfc Paul Million is . with the Arrnc.d Now In War Zone Pfc. Edward fl. Fcrgiison who las been in Army service for two vears is safe in Ihe North Pacific, according to a notice received by ils wife. and buiiaJ made In Ml. Zion cemc- cry. Mrs. Brooks, who was CO, was veil known throughout the county vhcre she hn<l lived nil of her life.' The body wns at Hie home of Irs. J. H. Smllli, with whom she and High In Hal Fashion's Tide cwwn,Sfi lpn ?-,?, cl y rcd Bbov< -' Tllc °™ * 0 ^ aL r ' Ehl ' . r ? minl «^' Porces In Australia. They forincr- ly lived 'here. Altss Virginia iVfartln, daughter of Mrs, S. P. Mafliii. who underwent an ttiiijenrjcctomy yesterday at Memphis Baptist Hospital, ,is Improving nicely. Judith' Louise Williams is ill of measles at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Walden. Her father Luther Williams, of Canitliersvjlle' iirrived tcrtay to be with her. Willagene -Daws is confined . to her bed with a case .of measles, f Miss Marilyn Jones returned-Inol night from Florida where she attended the wedding of her sister, Mjs.1 Peggy Jones to -d'eiil. r'JnVft D. Wagner Jr., at ,kc'y West,- She also • visited hi 'Sfbrlng, Fla., ns the guest of Liciilr -Paul Paiilscnr She wns -nccompniiicfl home by [..Iciiteimiil Pavilsen who Is en- i-onte to his new post in California. Nutrition Leaders Meet In Missouri CARUTHEnSVILLE, i\Io. Mai'cll 7.—Porty-fivc niitrillqn leader's of Pemiscot and Dimklin counties met at- .the hiyh . .school here Wcdnes- lay afternoon, to hear Mrs. pora- Jiy .Snyer, reprcseutntive of the Stale Nutrition cbn'nniUec, outline low balanced nutrition could be Unintalncd under tho point ra- r system.' Mrs. Janice 'Bright ..chairman of the Pciniscot nutrition presided ut tlie meeting. Mra. Sayer brought with her ex- WOMAN'S CI.OIS ENTERTAINED Mrs. Ernest Wilks, Mrs N. C. tawkins and' Mrs. T. J. Collins were -.(jstcsscs to members of' the Ca- nthersville Woman's'Club Wednes!ay ufteniaon at the Wilks home. There were 23 members nnd two Idiestx, Mrs. E. H. Musgrave, Dai- las. Texas, and Mrs. P.- Pate, Charleston, Mo,, present for the meeting. iteports from various officers and chairmen of committees were heard. llic club voted to give ?10 to tlie Cancer Control Fund. Mrs. li. M. Pierce, Ninth District. Chairman of Education and also head of the club's Education' Department, had charge of the pro- grain. She presented a number of high school students who gave interesting talks on what the school Is doing toward "Education for D.->mociucy." • Foloiving llie meeting rcfresli- luents were served from nn attractive tea (able. Mis. Hawkins presided. Tlic club will.- meet April 14 at ihe home of Mrs. Listen Hazel with Mis. W. L.'.Cnntr'ell,-chairman of American HonVs," In charge of tlie . - l.i.Ibits of canned aiid 'other foods, with point values, that could be purchased lo make up the balanced , nutrition as outlined in her address. Following her talk, Mrs. Pinion conducted a round - table " discussion leaders from dif- m - ferent communities exchanging Ideas ns to how nulrition'mighl be advanced or improved, under present existing conditions. We change sleeping: i/poliliiris frp.m 20 to 65 times each night,' no , matter how" soundly, we sleep. pragrain. 1 t t •iVIISS' AHEKV ENTERTAINS :--Mr.5. Elzic Musgrave, .a recent brids, and''Miss Gaylc Normer.t,'a prospective bride, shared honors Tuesday evening when Miss Edna Catherine Ahem entertained for 10 of their "friends at a dc-sserl party yiven at the Alierh home. -.The girls called at 7 .o'clock and a. dessert' course wns served from the; dining room table which was laid with a yellow cloth and centered with a bowl of jonquils and lighted with yellow tapers 'A mixed' bouquet of Spring flowers had been arranged on the buffet Conversation followed and the girls enjoyed re-living in mcmon their younger days. . The jionoreM received gifts crystal from their boste.w. MISS NORMKST HONORED Miss Gnyle Normcnt who will be married- early in April, 'was'lion- oree at n. bri<lg e party Wednesday evening'by. M, s . Elv.ie Musgrave at the Jtofnc'of licr pnrcnfs, Mr arid Mrs. Ernest Wilks. There were three tables of players. Mrs.- Bernic Romcr held high score and was given stationery Tlie bridge.-award went to Mrs. J c Raybum of Memphis, Tenn « n d' wns. note paper. Mr.s. Musgrav" gave the honorce cliina in her pattern _ f • . ~ " *" »u:* liiltiCill. Refreshments were served' from . Theme, "The Christian Discriminates." I Theraaloniaiis 5:21 "Prove all things; hold fast that which is good." Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Sermon: 'Thy Kingdom Come." Sc- ries on the Lord's Prayer. Midweek Services. . Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Choir rehearsals: Senior, Wednesday 8:00 p.m.; Junior • Fridav 4:00 p.m. , . You are cordially invited to attend the services of this ehurch Visitors in the-dty are especially welcome. SKCON0 .BAFT.IST CHtRCH At I.aiifc School George w, X'relicr, pastor 10:00 n, m., Sunday School !.i a ; m., Morning Woi-shlp 7 p. in., fl'apllsfTralnlng-Union o p, in,. Evening Worship The public Is cordially Invited p come and worship with us In tho.se services. SECOND BAPTIST MISSION i ;• Iluey's .Store, Highway 18 ••, • W. K. Ilurna, Supf. Sunday School, 9:45 a. in. There will be n revival meeting began at '• the Second Baptist « • «••»•- un.\jnu jpujjiiav Gnurch, Sun.day March 28th, with' the ttev. W. C. Rowe, Manila, Ark., m charge. The pastor W IH j, e j n charge of the song • service.- ITIIST li.Vl'TIST CHUIICH . Walnul anil Kiglitli 0. .1. <,'h:isl:iii], paslor Sunday: 9:30 Bible School, Phlllp-j-ncer supt.. •.-.,"•' -. ' 10:40 Morning Worship Special music by ihe choir S c r m o n — "When The Bid nines" by the pastor 0:15 llr.nllst Trainine Union, J. . Friend, director >• V:30 Evening Worship - Sermon by pastor Monday: 7:30 Training Union Council iieeliiiff Tuesday: 7:C» Sunday School Worker? Council Wcdiiosdny: - 7^30 Mid-week Prayer Service 8:.'iO,Choir Kcliearsal CHURCH OF CHRIST , West Main off Highway Cl Oscar I,, flays, minister Bible, study, 9:50 a. MI, Preaching, 11 a. m. -•• Young-people's -class, 7:30 p. m. 1'reachlng, 8 p. in.- Kwryoiio Is invited lo attend these .services, lli'lng your friends and children. You will find a clnss for all, and a welcome for you Bible study Wednesday, 1:30 p. 1 .<m. the dining room table which held a low bowl of Spring, flowers. Miss Marian Hankln presided' al.' the punch bowl and a variety of sandwiches and cookie.s 'were served! Those attending were Mis. Bernie Homer, .Mrs.. J. c. Raybiirn, Mrs. Harry Burden and Mrs. Ch'ns. Walton and Misses ' Mary Jane Crysler, Roberta .Ownby, Cynthia Robinwn, Marjorie Jo Ra'nd'oJpIi Mary Elizabeth Edwards,' Edith Moore, ' Marian Raiikiii aiid Miss Norment. . * .* * B. AND P. IV. CLUB MEETS The B.,and P. VV. Club met Tuesday nt the .home, of "Mrs. D. P. Randolph with Mrs. Lavonla, L«iti- iner, assistant, hostess'.", The club voted to ^extend invitations for membership to Misses Martha Sauer and Swan Naylor, and Mrs. Lydia Evcnson ami Mrs. John Tillman. Officers for the new year were elected as follows: president, ,Mis. Agatha .Wilks; vice-Dreskicnt, Mrs! I'l.KiKIAI. I.UTIIICIiAN CIIUKCI.I lith mid Witlnuf Sliveis • Kiilieit Kiel, pasldr Divine services Sunday at 11:00 a. in. Theme of sermon: "Splrltu'n Suffering Over and Above Physical Suffering." Text: Luke 23- 2C- 31. Sunday School at 10:00 a: in. Mid-week Lenten service Wednesday at 8:00 p. m. The question we shall answer this week is: "Slial I Compromise Him?" Sunday School Teachers' Meeting Thursday at 4:00 p. m A Christian cannot be careless about hearing God's Word in-public and (he leading of it in private. A strong and growing faith re- (juires that we remain in vital touch with Goci's Word. I.AKK. STIIEET METHODIST CHURCH Bates Sturdy, pastor Cluircli School, 0:50 n.' m. Iverson Morris, Supt. r Morning worship, 10:45 a. m. "House 'of Mercy" pastor's subject. Junior fellowship, li:30 p. m. JiiterniEdlnlc p. m. Senior fellowship, 0:30 p, in. Evening worship, 7:30 p. ni-""The Retjiiest of the Greeks", pastor's fellowship, • 6:30 subject. Prayer meetin Wednesday night, :!!„„ ..--—......, , r-iuyer meeting wednesc av me lit, \f ; Be f 0 ».tl vicc,pL-es,-|7:45 o'clock. "Paul Before" Felix,i. Mararet Ba - ' dent, Mrs. Margaret Bader; record- put™-"; ng secretary, Mrs. D.'p. Randolph; Eveivo corresponding secretary, Mrs.. Cha.s. I came ibjcct. is _ .)-. ^ Hcrndpn; ... and., 'parliamentarian^ .'at i\Iiss Nellie McClaiialiaiV. 1 ' ' : ' rdially invited to all..bur serv- he Assembling LIGHT to Guide Vow On An Unfamiliar Pathway CK\V ticrsons a r c • with' f u.n c r » 1 menls. Thai is why the se- Icrlinn of a i-cputRlilc inorli- cian is KO imiiorlnnl. C(Sbl) l']niicriil Home's line rcpulit- lioti is its gunvanlce of sut- isfadion. „ PhoYi'e /}311 * uncral Insurance Ambulance Service Miss Nelle Lee Dorrbh, 'legislation chairman, had charge of the program and presBhied Mrs. N. c. Hawkins as gue^st " speaker, wlio made a splendid talk, her subject being "Ideas 'That Will Set Men Free." ' Announcement was made of the State Convention . to be held in Hannibal, Missouri, on April 17-18. Mrs. Agatha Wilfcs wa's elected as a delegate from the Club to attend this convention. The hostesses served ice cream nnd cake. Mrs. G. C. Bisliop left Thursday morning for .Stuttgart, Ark., where r hoii, Capt. family, for Lieut. Raybnrn" Wilks, SQuadron Commander .at-an air base near pyersbiirg, Tenri., spent Sunday with relalives. Mrs. Harold Jones and children are spending this week in Little Hock, Ark.,' 1 as giiests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Bennett. Flyqd Wilks returned eafrly this week from Rochester, Mjnii., wlierc he had goiic-for nn e.xaminntion nt the Mayo Clinic. she will visit with Harrcll Bishop, and several days. ... Yourselves ...Together,' As" tlic .Manner o'f'.'.Sojne 1 Is," He'b 1 . io':2S: " CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES WCIIKIII'S Clubhouse, H1G W. Alain "Reality" is (lie subject- of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches and Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The" Golden Text is: "Eye hath not seen, nor enr henrd, neither have entered into tlie heart of men, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him." I Corinthians 2:9. Among the citations which com- pme the Lesson-Sermon is the following from tlic Bible'.."Thus saith the Lord the King of Israel, and his redeemer tlie Lord of hosts: I am tin first, and I am the last and beside me there is no God." Isaiah M:Q. The Lesson-Sermon also includes llie following passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by i.Mary Baker Eddy: '"Ihe Scriptures imply that .God is all-in-all. From this it follows that nothing possesses reality nor existence except the divine Miiid and His ideas." p. 331. ' ' The Crystal Of the Future The shape of yiclpry is beginning lo Inkr. form in llie crystal of the future. To speed Us mining, rvcry civilian imisl do his part—must save ami conserve—mial make Uiiiifrs last lotiscr so that more raw materials ran go into war prnilucllmi. We ran lieip you save your clothes and other washable*. Send llicm lo us for carpful laundry work. FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 T FOR BKTTER DRY CLEANING STEAM LAUNDRY CHRISTIAN CHURCH Alain at Sivlh Slrfet ' H. S, liaird, minister Bibb School, 9:45 a, m. There Is a class for every age group. Everyone is invited lo enroll in this school. Morning worship, 10:50 ti. ni. The tllle of the .sermon (s '"Heal- ths Preacher .Through!" Evening lyor.slil/j, 7:.')o p. m Tl)e whole service of the cvcniii'' will be built nrpiiiid. the theme" "He VVho Makes Us AJile." Mrs W i) Cobb. will xing. "Spirit of God b'd- ' Upon My Heart." '^ "yojic Is cordially Invited (o ' attend ibi'ie services. I'lllST METHODIST CHUUUCH .Curlier Miiin anil Kevcnlh Kev. S. li. Wllforil, uaslur !):^S n. m. Church School. U. S. Branson, Siipt. Mr. Walter Pope will address the Men's Bible Class Sunday morning. ,10:45 a. in, worship service. Pastor's'subject: -"How Do We Become Christians?" Spfcial music. 0:30 p. m. youth fellowship jneot- ings. 7:30 p. m., worship service. Sermon by the pastor. There will i)e an Area Quarterly Conference held at Gosnell at 2:30 Sijiiday afternoon. The coiifcrciiec foi- Dell. Yarbro, Promised Land, Dell Station, First Methodist Church and Lake Street Methodist Church, Blyllieville, will meet. You arc invited to attend the /jl service.i of the First Methodist'^ Church where a, welcome awaits .OSCEOI.A PENTECOSTAL East Hal e Street The Kev. T. L. Lewis, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship 11 n. in. Sunday evening evangelistic services, 7:$ p. in. Tlie. public is cordially invited to attend these services and. 1 'to worship with us; CHURCH OK IMMACULATE CONCEPTION The Itev. .1. J. Thompson Tlie Kev. Amos II. Endcrlin Sunday Masses nt 7:30 a. m. ami 10:30 a. m. Holy'Hour for boys in service 7:30 .(0,8:30 p. m. Noveiia in honor of our Sorrowing Mother, Friday, 7:30 p. m. Weekly Masses at- 0:30 o. in. and 8 n. m.' ^••••••Pk. RITZ Continuous Shows Itvery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 0 a.m. 12:45 pjn. 4:30 p.m. Saturday A JOIN Serial "Secret Coile" No. Sliorl II and Cont, Shp»iiiff Salur. 1:00 In 11:30. .. Sunday and Monday THE HASP WAV l.upinn and Morgan. Dennis Paramount \cus ami Sliorl. ROXY Bargain Night Every Night Escept Saluril.-iy. Show Every Night 7:00 Box Oflicc Opens 6:30 Continuous Shows Sal. «n4 Ssn. Saturday RAIDERS OF THE RANGE with Boll Slcclc and Ton) Tyler "Overland Mail" \ n . 7 ai|(l Scl) . C ( cl | Short. Contliiuaus Showing K n (. 1 to II Sunday & Monday r!j KEEP'EMFLYIIIfi I , ivilli Abholt and Coslcllo ^•^ Fox News anrl Splcctfd Shorts ^'' c

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