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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE TWO' T&YTHEVILLE - CAKfc) CWRBER NEWS " SATURDAY, JANUARY 1 MONDAY'S EVENTS Miss Mary Etoabeth Borum entertaining with brfdge , party In - honor 01 Miss Sara Jo Lame, 8:00 o'clock. • , Woman's 4 Society of Christian Service, First' Methodist, church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Mission studj' group, Woman's Counc.i, First Christian church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with- Mrs. W; T. Barnett, Woman's Auxiliary,; St.: Stephen's Ejfrcopal dhvjfdi, meeting : 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. J. D. McDowell. i Woman's Missionary Union, First .Baptise church* meeting 2:30 o'clock at church,. Executive board,. Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church; meeting 2:30 o'clock at church.. .-.TUESDAY'S 'EVENTS Mrs. B.' P % Potter, entertaining. Tuesday Contract club. Duo-Quad- Bridge club meeting with ilrs.^S. K. Garrett. Mrs: Dixie Crawford having Tuesday club. MJ.S. Fred Child entertaining Tuesday Bridge club. Delphian Fme Arts meeting 9:00 o'clock at Public Library, Colonel John Martin chapter, ed the mirror over which was arranged a cluster of pink* wedding bells with clappers-'of valley lilies. Pink tapers decorated with valley lilies were on either end of the 1 Xaruthersville Society—Personal in ^ which Miss Moore wil make her 'j Dr. and Mrs. p. j; Aquino" 'and to the illness of Joe Bits of News Mostly Personals Fred Wade and Russell Parr left- Mrs. Carl Coble of Kennctt, Mo., aunt of the bride-elect, presided at • the tea table. She was assisted by j Miss Mary Helen Moore, sister of' the bride-elect, and Miss Betty . ... ____ . - _____ ____ .—„«>,.« Jean Hill. . ' Rev. and Mrs. Wayne W." Gray re- i today for FayetVvm7"whcrT they Mrs. L. H. Moore presented her tur »ed home early Thursday morn- are students at the University of daughter with a trunk key which lr '£ from New-, Orleans where they Arkansas. They spent the Christ- fitted a dilapidated trunk covered, attended the - Sugar Bowl contest mas holidays here with their nar- with tags, "Orlando, Fla.," the city: New Year's Day. They were called ems, Mi-., and Mrs. R. L. Wade and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Schatz, of Helena, spent jSunday here as the future home,. The trunk contained ; A ^ uino ' small son of Dr. and Mrs. gifts from'the .guests. *> « *' Dinner Party Honors Miss Me ore and Fiance Aquino. Miss Mildred Moore and her a resident of Steelc moved to'Car- fiance, Lt. John Ben Bomar, of uthersville this week and will make „ , _ , . Noel Dean has been confined to guests of Mr. and Mrs A Con- his home with influenza this week. way. .Miss Joy Corbin, secretary to M. , W: H. Stovall is 111 of influenza D. Amburgey, County Agent, and at his home, 603 W. Main street. Ala, ror. cp.nplteent- hor resident at the home „ Mr I ^ or n/»r norhr n ««„*,-,, r \^ n «v.j n/r r»_i- >^ , I . .with a dinner, party given*in the (Colonial Room of the Hotel Noble Friday night. and Mrs. Bob Own by. Mrs. Leonard Johnson and daughter, Beth, will leave tbmor- Orleans, to be the ! guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Miss Moore and Lt. Bomar are.enza this week. Miss Dorothy Ward has been ' Stephenson Jr. Mr. and Mrs confined to her homer with Influ-j Stephenson will stop here tonight ' to be married this afternoon at Mr. and Mrs. Leon Flippen were the home of Miss Moore's parents, called to TIptonville the first of jtoe week due to the illness of his Dr. and Mrs. L. H.. Moore. Daughters of the.- American. Colo- ! Hostesses for the dinner party; "father. " nists, meeimg "12 :OJ' o'clock with Mrs. J*mes B. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. j:. (j. were Miss Sara Jo Little, Missi Buddy Barbee and Bobby Wilk-s ' to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Hawkins. They arc returning to their home after having visited in Ann Arbor, Mich. Mrs. Johnson and daughter will accom- Town and Country club at Hotel v rin jarrived home Tuesday night after! Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mierow and itm, daughter of Mr. and and' a few days visit-in Jackson,'Miss.,'son have been called to San An- Q S n i,I;, Mflrtin ' and mss wi l h Buddy's parents: j tonio, Tex., because of the illness Margaret Shaver. The twenty one guests Included Noble. Ij-'&a Contract club, meeting with Mrs. W. D. McClurkin. ( Tuscaloosa, Ala. Mrs. Orto Scrape having ADC ; Pink snapdragons Bridge club; Parent Teacher Association of - Sudbury school meeting 3:00'. was served, o'ciock preceded by executive board ' . * meeting 2:30 o'clock at school, Siscernood - of Temple Israel Roy Dillard of Wardell was In this city on business Tuesday. *? u ' sln ' Mose Swain, of.j Atty-Hans- E. Doerner of Steele was in this city on business Tues- and white : day. narcissuses formed Hie centerpiece of" the table. A four course dinner Are Guests of Club of Mr. Mierow's grandmother. Mrs. W. J. Rodders, who has been quite ill of influenza for several days, is now improving . A. Con way is able to be out after Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ray of I having been ill of i Mrs. meeting 8:00 o'clock, ac Rustic Inn. Mrs. Charles S. Lemons entertaining- Chapter D of the P. E. O. Sisterhood, 1:00 o'clock, Hotel Noble. '•'THURSDAY'S''EVENTS' Mrs. Harry W. Haines entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. Miss Frances , Holland having Cee-Que Bridge club. Thursday ^Bridge r club meeting with Mrs. J.' J. Cqokston. - * Mrs. 1 "Theodore Logan entertaining Double, Four Bridge club. ' - FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Goronwy Poetz- entertaining' Friday Contract club, Chapter* D of the P. E. O. Sisterhood having- annual B. T. L. "party, ?:CO o'clock, • at_ home of Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Leech. Entertain With Tea JVBss" Moore Mrs. v E. L. Hale,. Mrsk. Fred £057, ley uhd. Mrs. George W. Barham entertained with a shower tea at the Barham home Friday after-' 1 neon, honoring' Miss Mildred Moore, I brides-elect of Lt. John Ben Bomar,;o£ Tuscaloosa; Ala. Forty guests" were present for the affair which began' at 4:00 o'clock and t continued, until 6:00 o'clock. Varying shades of pink were used;, rh. ttia. , party decorations. Vases of gladioli shading from light', to deep pink,were arranged in both the living, room and sun room where. Southern smilax i* r us used for greenery:* On the tea table, 'the color scheme was-further carried out in a crystal epefgne of pink candles and, shades of pink carnations and j paper white narcissuses. Cakes, sandwiches, and candies were in pink as were the miniature wedding cakes which were ornamented with the favors, miniature brides. "Mildred antf John Ben" had been written on the mirror over days with her parents. from White House Tennessee where slie spent several days with her parents. Mrs. F;- L: Engler.and Mrs. C. 'C. Wood were guests of Mrs. H. G. Partlow 'Friday afternoon when she entertained members of. tha Friday Contract clufr with a party at. her home. Refreshments were served at'the conclusion of the. games in which- Mrs. R. C. Allen was high scorer. , * * * Miss Borum to Entertain Another party in the series bs- inj given for Miss Sara Jo Little prior to her wedding- to Kavanaugh Francis Thursday afternoon will be given tfy Miss Mary Elizabeth Bcrum Monday night. Miss Borum will have a' bridge parry at her'home, 8:00 o'clock. + - * Executive Board Meets' Ten members of the executive bcarC of : _the Woman's Missionary ttnion, .of the First Baptist church (te ' Rc hcs in the school system. Hayti visited here Tuesday night. Conway, who also has influenza, is i Miss Babel Berry, teacher at the still confined to her bed. local high school, reLumed hero, Miss Bilfie Leggett will return the first of the week, from Abbing- ' to University of Mississippi at Oxton, Va., where she spent a few' ford. Sunday" after having spent the ! holidays here with he parents, Mr. Miss Lillian Kelly, high school i and Mrs. W. C. Leggett. She will speech teacher, has returned here be motored there by-her father. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McDaniels and family, who have been residing in Keiser, have come here to Officers Gathei (Continued from page one) negroes as-the man he saw with Davis in the maroon-colored car. Officers also have three other witnesses who saw a marono-col- ored car driving hurriedly toward Memphis shortly after the crime was discovered but they were not close 1 enough to identify any per- KOIIS in the .machine. """"*" Known at Osceola Davis had left Osceola only 10 days before the clubbing, returning to Memphis after handling a crap game in the negro section of Osceola near the Joyner Service station located at the' outskirts of the city limits on Highway 61. Being well known there made his identification and that of his car easy, officers pointed out. Officers believe that Davis was in the station and that if he was innocent that he would have admitted being in Osceola instead of attempting to prove he was at his Memphis home, they said today. • Officers of Mississippi County •have been assisted by Chief of Poll CP Sea brook. Captain Bill Rahi- 'cy and Lt. Clark and other Memphis officers in investigation of the case which will be continued until "it is completely solved",, it was announced today. Mr. Reinmiller, who hat; been IJJ several days, resumed work on ihe case today and will question those held extensively within a short time. When formal charges will be lodged against the two Memphis gamblers has not been announced and the other three negroes will probably remain in jail at Osceola until the case is closed, so as not to leave the slightest lead undeveloped, officers said. The cash register, stolen after the robbers clubbed' Waldran over the head and stole nine dollars from his pockets, is still being sought. About $29 in cash was stolen. •'•... A reward of $255 has been offered arid a fund,-'to'-foe given to Mrs. Waldran and two young daughters has reached $33.' ASSEMBLY- OF GOD CHURCH" power nor ^ •Q the following passages from ihe Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health wiin Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy: "God is. infinite, therefore ever present, and there is no other p. 471. 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. 7:45 p. m. Christmas program. Tuesday. 7:45 p. m ., Youpng People's meeting. Miss Katlicrine Taylor, secretary : make their home. They are at 710 to Supt. R. M. Pierce, arrived home Lake street. this week after spending several'! Miss Marthn Frances Stevens re- days in Pulton. Ky.. with her i turned- to Payetteville today after having, spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stev-j guardsmen fronV'several .- • «-*«i family. Miss Jewel Williams, who is sec- retaiy of the Southeast. Missouri Compress Co., has'been confined to her home this week cm account of the flu. J, R. Allen, returned to work at •Ward's Store Tuesday after being' *"*>" m off duty for four days on account of! ^ MlSs Ecma Lee For dand George Ford returned Wednesday from Memphis where they had" visited Friday, 7:45 p. m., Bible study. The' public is cordially invited', to these services. PILGRIM TABERNACLE 110 Cherry Street 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. Mrs. Owen Doss, superintendent. 11:00 a. m. Worship service. 7:30 p. rn .Evangelistic service. 7:30 p. m., Wednesday, prayer service. Everyone is invited to attend these services. "They say we're friendly." FIKST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut atf Eighth Alfred Carpenter, pastor 9:00 a.m. Sunday school. 10:40 a.m. Worship service. Special music. Sermon. "The First Essential." Broadcast, KLCN. 6:30 Training Union. 7:30 p.m. Church service. Special music. Sermon. "The Living Lord." ST. BAPTIST 9:30 a.m. Sunday school. Raymond Zachery, superintendent. 10:15 a.m., Devotional service. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Barham, superintendent.- '. i 11:00 a. m.,- .worship, communion and preaching. "The Sin Of Stop ping Short" theme. be the sermon 7:30 p. m. Worship* and .preaching. "Making the New.. .Year New" will be the sermon 'theme. Election ; of elders and: deacons for the ensuing • year_ Reorganization of the board Monday night, Jan. e t| at 7:30 o'clock. First 'get-together meeting of the New- Year Wednesday, Jan. 8. ai 7:00 p. m. '••'.. We most cordially invite the public. Strangers' in our city especially invited. We'll try. to 'make you- glad -you came- our 'way-. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH E. K. Sewell, Pastor ; Next week us. designated, as iv FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Lilly and Vine Streets C. L. Tliacker, pastor Sunday -school, 9:45 a. m. Worship, n:00 a. m. P. Y. P. A., G:30 o'clock. Evangelistic service, 7:30 o'clock. t. BAPTIST Preaching First and Third Sundays C. D. Ma^ee, pastor 10:00 a.m. Sunday school. 11:00 a.m. Song and devotional service. Guardsmen Halt Here For BIytheviHe Coffee .A special, trainload of national ens. She is a student at the University of Arkansas. Mrs. Edith-McCool is able to be up after having been ill this week. Louie Isaacs spent New Year's an attack of flu. , T . - i- m Missouri .stopped in Blytheville this morning for five minutes to take on 10-gallons of coflee before .speeding onward to Little Rock's Camp Robinson. Mote than 300 youths in khaki from Marston, Chaffee. Haitv and Miss Reeves loft for met at. the rs. Everett Sunday. : .Russell--C. -Pestus. Missouri, on the train The Chaffee outfit included a music corps and equipment being j.transported included band instru- 11:20 a.m. Sermon, "Ye have not passed this way heretofore." by pastor. 6:30 p.m. Song and devotional .service. 6:45 p.m. Sermon. "Our Shield and Our Reward," by pastor. We welcome everyone to worship with us. CItURCIl OF THE NAZARENE Fletcher Spruce, pastor , Sunday school opening exercises. I 9:45 a.m. j Special music and singing.. 10:45 j a.m. j "Why it Rained When Elijah Prayed/' sermon, 11 a.m. Juniors, 3 p.m. N. Y. P. 5., 6:45 p.m. "What Time Is It?" 7:30 p.m. Pvayer meeting Wednesday. 7-3C- i;..n. Prayer and fasting Thursday. 12:30 p.m. W. M". S. Thursday. 1:30 part. Y. W. M S. Thursday. 7:30 p.m. Cottage and prayer meeting Friday. 7:30 p.m. You are invited to worship with sermon. Renegear Friday afternoon'. Mrs;''Kendall Berry; second vice president, ' was in charge of the Dcc - 18 wltl " business session in the absence of i Iock: - wn ° is cr Mrs. W. J. Rodjers, president, who ' that Blaylock's is ill. After the -watchword- was re- serious, peated by, plans for the year's work:-were discussed. Mrs. Walter "Bishop offered prayer. The hostess .served,.refreshments din-ing- the social hour which fol- been in Little ^Rock. Ark., since Dec.' 18 with her son, Jesse Blay- for a' 1 '' mentis. Mrs. Charles Alford is confined to-her home because' of influenza.! emnt * of manv national troops passed through the city throughout the day as move- men to advising i M r. and Mrs. Frank Grigsby! is still-,-have returned from New Orleans', „—.,, .., 'where they attended the Sugar stationed nt Blytheville since mo- Bowl game. ; bihzation Dec. 23, left for Little and draftees continued camp sites. Company Are Hostesses To Class . Mrs. W. T. Oberst and Mrs. A. M. R... Branson? were hostesses to members of the Ladies Bible class of the First Methodist church for Demonstration Club News Notes CHURCH OF CHRIST W. Main" Off Hi-'way 61 Dcnton M. Ncal. Evangelist Lord's Day services: Bible classes. 9:50 a. m. Preaching, 11:00 a. m. Communion, 11:50 a.m. Gills Entertain at Farewell Party Mrs. F. H. Gill and daughters. Dorothy and Marjorie ..entertained at a farewell party Friday night. . Rock Friday morning- to join" the Y ° img Peu P le '- s Bible Class, 6:45 153rd infantry and othe-s of the \ V 'J?' .22,1100 troops' to be stationed IV a | ??f chmB ' 7:3 ° P " m " year's militarv traininc a( ramn 1 M3d ' week services: Robinson. ' B Camp I Wednesday, 7:45 p.m. Bible study Many persons thronged the rail-1 an l sonrtg W™*™- w«iy depot today as soldiers were , Thlu ' sda ^ 2:3 ° P- '"- t* spotted' on trains. Tell Of Improvements a party Friday afternoon at flic- Home improvements planned for Cbevst home. Mrs. Sal lie Hutler rend the devotional from the. 23rd Psalm. Mrs. Oberst presided over the business session. After refreshments • of year were discussed by ten members of the Promised " Land Home Demonstration club who met 1 with Mrs.' Etnmit. Wilson Wednes- ccokies and candy were served, were played and Mrs. Hen- day afternoon punch,' meeting. for the monthly *v, w,,,^ le. Tt-— — *-•. "•—. eniutx> WCLC [jm.yea ana jvirs. Hen- the. mantel Southern, snuTax fram- qerscn Hall played the piano. I Cupid on the Desert? ^ ^—^ , :-,,...>. • -resort . •• - Mrs. Felix Hill presided over the session ar- which a special Febru- | ary program was planned. The meeting closed with the repeating. * of the Lord's prayer. I The hostess served a combination sandwich and dessert- plate, j The next meeting of the group will be FebruaiT 5 with Mrs Joe Hill. Ladies Bible class. Daily broadcasts. KLCN. week|days. 12:15-12:30; Sundays. 2:30- party. The Gills arc leaving Dell to live in Turrcll. * * ^ A family reunion was helci in the home of J, A. Harrtsn cm Christmas Day. Out-of-town visitors included Mr. Karelin's brother. Attends First Clas Addition of two youths mtere«=t- PC! in learning to fiy and attendance of ail 32 who enrolled Thursday night featured the first classroom instruction Friday night as j You arc inrjted to each of our •S services. You will always find a ! hearty welcome with us. T. B. Hardin of Oklahoma city: i'he 72rhour ground school trainin* Lewis Hardin. home from a CCC i C( ™ rf >'e began in the Citv Hall un- camp in Minnesota: Mr. and Mrs. j^er. William Beswicfe. 'loc-d hi-rh Taylor Smith and children of ) s " il ool teacher. ' " ' AJ.tus. Ofcla., and Mr. and Mrs. of the enrolleos already have Frances Stevens. Marguoritp. Si:n- j Physician here. "v. ill Install Officers Mrs. M. L. Vincenr was installed ^ president of the Gosnell Home Demonstration club Tuesday afternoon when eight, mcmbrvs met for n Dutch lunch nt the home of-Mrs. A. C." Dnclo.s. Other officers installed at, this time were: Mrs. D;:clos. vict* president: Mrs. Charles Hydo, secretary •^nd treasurer: Mrs. F,. s. Crowford, reporter. The meeting- was opened wlfch the reading of the .club coiloct followed with-a' song. "Let's Wear Cot-[ Mr, and Mrs. Cullev'Elan ton ten/' Mrs. R. F. Temple gave the devotional,'and Mrs. Ducios rear! . , J. O. Moore and children and Mrs. : Passed physical examinations onh- Leland Gray ol Memphis. ; requisite l.o training in the civil * * I Aeronautics Authoritv Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Houston J W U1 conclude later with flight in- spant. the holidays in Pott* Camp, i :*ruet.iou intended t 0 givc'vo'uths Mi«s.. visiting Mrs. Houston V- par- ! »«V3le fXving licenses. ASP li'mi't is ents. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gurley. ' !8 to 26. Collegr students hemp 'for noli- Dr. W. A. Grimmett, dpsignatpd day vacations included M-arEha ; ''>' t'w federal government.^ CA/" Louise Brownec. Gonni^ > "xaminations Sunday nt his physical Wallace and Pr\? Wallace. Mr. nnd Mrs, Johnny visited friends and relatives in Ripley. Tenn.. last, week. Mv. and Mrs. Carol HoUlmnn and children of Batrsvilie. Ark.. were hprr during thr lioiiday,-; vis- I ''fnturj'. and Produced Rcsi Fans Tlic Impnrial ivory Works pro- the best fans in China. Lorn the pjilacr ai. Ppkin. ir. founds.:: in tiio pKquisitp work ifcin? Mrs. fTaldman's parent. Mi- '"in the i'.ury h.-indicrs ard sticks "of and Mr*, P: A. Cuminings move soon to Paragould. Christine Smith of Wes! a poom. "It Ts True". Their fol- | phis is visiting her cousin Bl-uichr lowed discuwion.s on "What We (Ross, here this week. Most en the Farm" and Need i Planning Gardens for thr Comine (Year." Will Hold Revival At Full Gospel Tabernacle i At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mrs. W. B. Crrvrs. i Pentecostal Church of God. will and Vine streets . ek accord- ' The meeting is to be spnwnred thr Young Peoj^ of Muvchurch. mitterf The Rev. Mr. Th.oma. 1 . -vill be us- by his wife, Mr.s. ' Bculah An invitation to the public to i.?i:c part in these services ;vy issued by the Mev. Mr. Thackcr He. Ucsisnied Hag the Stars and Str!D(?w ft ignatsd •_ FTancis ilopkiilion; of i Betsy" Read Courier Ke\\\s \vani Well Thr Netherlands hn.- a pnpub- •m den-ity of fipn persons to' the 1i:nro miIfi of area; Groat, Brit• ; n has 430: Germany, including •••me recent territorial acqt:i.sition.s. '°s.s thnn ^40. Read Courier News \va.nt ads. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH E. H. Williams, pastor P:45 a.m. Church school. S. K Garrett. supprintendr.nt. Begin the New Year by being present and tin time in your respective class. 10:55 a.m. Morning worship. "What Will We Do in 1941?" is the subject of the. Pastor's message. (>:45 p.m. Youin Peoples services. 7:3C p.m.- Evening Worship. "Why "raysrs Arc Not. Answered" is ^o ^^ tli.e srrond of ;i snries of mes: : nkef; oir Prayer hy t.he Pastor. To all of f-.he.sp services you ar? cordially invited. Come nnd brine your friends and lot us worship logether this Sunday. CJTRIFTIAX SCIKNCE SERVICES Ufi S. Broathvaj- God is the subject of the Lesson- rp.vmrn which win hr read in ait Churches of Christ. Scientist, anci C/rristbn Kc;on«p Sccietiej; on ' Sun- f ; 9>'. rlanuary 5. 1941. The Oohien Text is "Praise vvatt- :ia frr Hie". O God. in sion: an unto shnll the vr.-.v per- ' Church school 9:45 ajn. ' Morning worship 11:00 a.m. The Sacrament of .the Lord's Supper wil] be administered, following a meditation on the theme, "Hoi^ Alliances." Young People's meeting 6:30 p.m. Evening worship 7:30 p.m. Sermon topic: "How Best to Use the Bible." If you are looking for a church home, cornel We can help you. If you are looking, for church work, come! You can help us. TEMPLE ISRAEL Herman 1'ollack, Rabbi 1:30 p. m. Sunday school classes will meet. The prize for the best essay on Chanukb will be awarded. 3 p. m. "As the World Goes" will be the sermon topic, to usher, in the new year, 1941. The theme is suggested by one of Voltaire's short stories. The discussion will attempt to single out the significant trends in contemporary ,:ife during the past year. New outlooks resulting from the present European chaos will be delt with. A cordial welcome is extended to everyone. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets R. J. Kleindienst, pastor Divine worship 10 a.m. Sermon topic: "Planning, the New Year Without God." Sunday school 11 a.m. The Lutheran Hour over WMP3 2.2:30 and transcribed over KL'CJl it- 3:30. Thess are two entirely different broadcasts: Advanced class on Christian Instruction Monday 3:30 p.m. Training class resumes its -sessions Tuesday 3:30 p.m. A cordial welcome to all. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth Gco. W. Patterson, minister 9:45 a. m.. Bible school, Russell —»^^~V«VBBHV^A. Ritz Theater SAT., JAN. 4 ON OUR STAGE IN PERSON DOT HACKLEY AND HER HOLLYWOOD the denominations 25 of the world. Please respond to this significant .call. ' We invite members- '.friends, and visitors to worship with U s tomorrow. ' " ' • .•- • Church .school, 'IveY'sorT .Morris superintendent; S: 45 a; m. ""-' :' Morning worship, I0:'45 a. 'm. . : Childrens and'. "Young People's Leagues 6:45, p. m. Evening service, ' subject,. "The Measure of a Man." Fishermen cut off the heads- of moufisli.' before bringing them to port, because their ' hum-»n-like faces make-them hard to sell.- SATURDAY Rangers Ride Again with John Howard, Ellen Brew & Mar Robson Cartoon &. serial' "Green Archer" Or-fnun»s show till 11:30 p.m. SUNDAY.& MONDAY A FRANK BORZAGE Production . Scr»«m Play by WeBi Root and Command* Harvey Haiilip D/rteled by FRANK BORZAGE J. WALT« RUBEN . . ContJnncus show fi Sundav" Phone Ritz 221 Phone Roxy 322 LISTEN TO KLCN 10:00 a.m.—12:45 P.HL—4:3« p.m. This t^hon- is something- ne'-vi and different. j ON OUR SCREEN "The Texas Rangers ! Ride Againf ! ROXY SATURDAY Trail of the Silver Spur with John King, Ray Corrigan & Max Terhune Also cartoon & serial "Deadweoil Dick". SUNDAY & MONDAY Her First Romance with Edith Fellows and Wilbur Evans Fox News & Comedy Icnncd. O thou t.tiai hrare-t pr?.y- or. unto th«e shall all flesh come" Psalms 6S:I. 2. Amone the citations \vhieh co?n- fris? the Lesson-Semicn is the ir.Hcwing: from the Bible: "Gr.d /.nth . c pcke;-. once: twice have -T hoard this; that power belonged unto God." Psalms 62:U. T)-e T.esscn-Sermon also I Final Clean-Up Of All Odd Lots PATENT PU.MMS -. SANDALS HIGH HKKLs ALL SALKS CASK COLORED MY MAIN RESOLUTION FOR 19 4 ] I'm scndin«: my shirts-to «nr Flythfvillr Laundry from now o» 5 n.ii. r h*v<. n ffnoi j frason. foe. Tho looks of n man'.* shirt ,- c all-important rp^rrdfrss of thc occasion. A.nri for absolute freshness"' and thr neatest appearance ttio Blythr.villc I-awnriry l^r tTay, cvrry timr. For Better Laundry and •Dry Cleaning J

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