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PAGE TWO BLrTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JANUARY H, 1941 Social Cklendar MONDAY'S EVENTS WcmaiVS; gccieti' of t Christian Service, First ; Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's Council, First Christian church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. L. L. Ward. Woman's • Society of Christian Service, Lake Street Methodist churchi meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Circle One, Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church, meeting 2:30 o'clock -with 'Mrs. J. A. Saliba; ; ' Circle .Two, Mrs. George Muir; Circle Three, Mrs. T. . J. Mahan;. Circle Four, Mrs. E. B. Thomas. ; Circle One, Woman's 'Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Wnlter Bishop; Circle Two, Mrs. Robert Grimes;; Circle, Three, Mrs. Everett Eenegear; Circle. Four, Mrs. Harry Brooks; Circle Five, Mrs. Marion Williams; Circle Six,. Mrs. J. W. Auten.. Mrs. J.. Farris McCalla entertaining Delta Delta Delta club, 8:00 o'clock. TUESDAY'S EVENTS ••/..Miss Virginia Martin,: daughter cf Mr., and Mrs. Tom F. Martin, entertaining Double G Bridge club. Tuesday. Bunco club meeting .-with. Mi's.-.Joe Hamby. .Mrs. • RUey B. Jones having Tuesday club. . - .. .Mrs. John F. Reinmiller entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Tuesday Bridge club meeting •••Kith Mrs. Elton W. Kirby. Mrs. Cha'rles Perm entertaining- Charlevoix chapter, Daughters of the Ameican Revolution, 1:00 o'clock. ~ -City Contract- chib meeting with Mrs. L. S. Benish. • WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Central Parent Teacher Association meeting; 3:00 o'clock.at school -preceded by executive board meeting, 2:30 o'clock. Mrs.; Cornelius Modinger entsr- taiuing Town and Country club.. ; Mrs. Hiram Wylie having Delta Contract club at Rustic Inn. ABC Bridge club meeting with •Mrs. Ben. Harpole. Mis. James H. Bell entertaining .Wednesday Bridge club. ;•., ... THURSDAY'S EVENTS "Mrs.. George A. Hamilton enter: taining Thursday Bridge : club. ;: Thursday Dessert club meeting, with' Mrs. Eugene Dickinson.. .,., Mrs.;Edgar Borum,ha-ving Thursday. Contract :club. ' .-.Mrs. Harry'W. Haines entertaining. JMid-Week • Br-idge .club.. Double Four 'Bridge club me'etr ing. with Mrs. Lafayette May. .-..'..•:aiiss patty June Davis entertaining Cee-Qiie Bridge club, at W. D. V Chamfclin. home.-' :,. - FRIDAY'S EVENTS Music department, Woman's club, meeting 2:30; o'clock; club house, : .Mrs. Ross Moore entertaining C. B. C. clue. '...' ' ' - Bold . ,. ani . . . Subtle Caruthersville Society—Personal CHURCH NEWS Double Four Rook Club Mrs. Robert Baygood won the high score club prize at the Double Four Rook. Club's meeting Tuesday afternoon at the' home of Mrs. Wayne Mns. Haygoori. was is Hostess To Club , Ivirs. J. J. Cbokston was- hostess to members 'of the • Thursday . awarded, a Dotted plant. Low score award, JJnen. handkerchiefs, \\-ent to Mrs. Ralph Ennis. * * ». Presbyterian Circle M«*ts , Circle Three of, the Presbyterian Church met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Clifford Bdger- ton with. two guests, Mrs. Wayne W. Gray and. Miss Famis Faris, present. . The devotional, "Faithfulness," was given by Mrs. Robert Hawkins. A brief routine business meeting was held with Miss Nellie Summers, chairman, presiding, * •• * Rt-Oo-X Entertained Misses Bea Judy Jenkins and Kay Milieu and Mrs. John Holland were guests of the Re-oo-n Club- Tuesday 'night when Miss Ernestine Wilts, entertained the club; Miss Mary JanoBenhett won, the high score ijhib prize, perfume, Miss Miller the guest high priw-,. dusting powder, and Miss Mildred' Tinsley won the b'ridgo a ward = * * * B. T. U. "Tacky" Party The members of Group Two, CHURCH OF CHRIST W. Majn off Highway 61 Der;!«n M. Neal, evangelist Lord's day services: Bible classes, 9:50 a.m. Preaching, 11:00 a. m. Communion. 11:50 a. m. •yrtmT People's Bible class, 0:45 p. m. j Preaching. 7:30 p. m. ' i Mid-Week Services: I 7-. 45 p. m., Bible, j find SOMJ; practice. ,7httr.soV. 2-30 p. m.. Ladies' Bi- j blr <• as-. . i .Dti)' 1 broadcasts. KLCN. vw'kj days. 12:15-1.2:30 o'clock, .Sundays.! 2:30-:?: 15 o'clock. " ' ., Von are invited, to <wch of our .Fetvic p s. You will always find J beany welcome with UK. 'ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Seventh and Ash streets S. A.. Merrill, pastor .8:3(1 a. m. Radio program. S.:45 H. m. Sunday school. John Davis, .superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. 11:00 a.m. Children's church. 7:45 p.m. Evangelistic service. Tuesday. 7:45 p.m., Young People's meeting. Friday. 7:45 p.m,, Bible study. Thf public i.s cordially invited to thpw services. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH E. B. Williams, pastor 9:45 a. m. Clitfrch .school. S, K. Garrett. superintendent. This is the second Sunday of the New Year. Please be present ar;d ou time. 10:45 a. m. Morning worship. Message by the pastor. 6:45 p. m. Young People's services. 7:30 p. m.'Evening worship. The Pastor'.s message. "How to Pray," i.s o| malice and wickedness; but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth," I Corinthians 5:8 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 understanding of Truth gives full , faith in Truth, and spiritual un- | demanding Is better than all burnt offerings," p. 286 FIRST BAVT1ST CHURCH Eighth- at Walnut Alfred Carpenter, pastor 9-30 a.m. Bible school. Russell Brniph. superintendent. tO:4f> a.rn. Morning worship ou iho air over KLCN. Special music. Se: men: "Our Lord's Supper" Ob- Mvrvanrr of the Lord's Supper. «:•%' p.m., Training Union. Fr«! Carlcck. director. ?:30 p.ii).. Evening- preaching r-crvice. Congregational aiming and •'pscial., music. Sermon.; ' r Who or Wbai Is Ycur Clod." Midwppk Services: 7: (JO p.m., Sunday school departmental meet- inas. 7:30 p.m.. Devotional service. Subject: "Pci'sonal Experiences. " 8:30 pjn., choir rehearsal. Publishes Coat Design By Blytheville Student Harold Rcsenthal's design of a fitted navy eerge coat appeared in the Fashion Digest, a quarterly publication recently released The son of Mr, and Mrs. Walter Rcsenthal. he is a student at Ethel Tranhagen School of Design in. New York City. At The Hospitals Wftll.S HOSPITAL .'. I'. ftir>f':i!n. t;coter, admittc'J. Mrs. E:ivl Snydcr. city, di.smiss- Year in the home of Mrs. Rudy Blankenship Wednesday, Jan. I. Roll call was answered by telling of cue home improvement planned for the year. Mrs. B Lloyd gave the. devotional after whJcli Mrs. Vance Dixon read a poem. It was decided that the first Wednesday of each month will be a business session and the third Wednesday, a social meeting. The club will be entertained by members In alphabetical order. ' Thf hostess served refreshments •i!j-ii;g (ft? social hour. The next, meeting will be in the hcmo of Mrs. T. T, Campbell. Jan, 15. ' headed by Miss Jean Bennett Car- the third of a 'spries of messages B OLD STRIPES and subtle prints are fashion-right at Palm Beach these days. Above, strolling along North Avenue, are Miss Clayton Sullivan, left, in a red and white striped silk dress. with gathered skirt and Mrs. Henry J Topping, Jr., the former Gloria Baker, right, in a softly tailored slacks suit of gray and white print. high scorer among the club members and Mrs. Levy, among tne guests. lias Club Party A. patriotic color scheme was carried out in the decorations of the Thursday Dessert club party given. Thursday afternoon by Mrs. B. p. Brogdon Jr. In addition to the club members guests were Mrs. Harvey Morris. Mrs. J. W. Rayder and Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb. A dessert course was served before the games in which Mrs. G. Q.. Hammock was high among the club members and Mrs. Morris, Coiint end high and Mrs. George Hamilton,, for low score. A. . The hostess' served a course, after the games. ,' ' .. - *. 4 * Yoeng-Flake Rites Are Announced Today 'The marriage of Miss dessert Matthews, president of the: Forrest City distirct of Federai.ed Women's clubs, also met with the group. Principal speaker WHS Graham Sudbury, deputy prosecuting nt- toraey, who spoke on "Inlerna: Bettve 1 tional AffaiTS -" Hi5 fol- | .Fiake, daughter of Mr and Mrsl lw ' ed with * discussion by Miss " . L. Flake, and La\vrence Youn^ i L?5lie B: Williams of Jonesboro, | son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Young """ of Finger, Term., was announced today. district supervisor of l\ousekaepir.g aid project- under thi» p. w. A..Sh" explained her wort and asked for Baptist church" They are making their horn? at! ari1cies 1123 West Ash street. workers. Mrs. Billic Lawhovn of county supervisor. i Miss WiUiams here. Other out of s i town guests here were Mr.;. John -•' f m Is Goest of Club. Miss Nancy Kirshuer i guest of. Miss Franc?s Holland i w - Edringlon, presirlor.l of the Thursday night when she enter-! Osccola Civic ctui> and MYS E 'A" tained members of the Ccr»QueiT?aforQ, also of Osceola. Bridge elub for a party at, hcr ; The welcome addict- w.v; mnn- bome - were served at. ']'? conclusion of the games In which Miss Jane McAdams was high ami Jviiss Frances McKanoy was wr-- ond high scorer. All Cinb Members Attend Bridge Party ;'jy Mrs. M. w. Lewk, prcr-Uicn;.' of "Jie oomuy counclj. who '•uc mpel'.n^: over tu Mi'.. Rodmrui. pitssidenl or ih •~hr intrcduced tin: :.,pcv;!v Mis.? William;; o; tuuisd C- (J. Bits of News Mostly Personak lock, entertained, the members of Group One, led by Miss Katherine 'Juruppfr'wrth a "tia<iky" p;aa't\c Wednesday evening at toe Baptist Church. The party was given as the result of an attendance contest recently completed with Group One as the winners. A prize was given Ralph Johnson. for the "tas'kiesrf costume, with George England plating .second. Games were played during the evening with candy bars presented to the winners. » » ; Wednesday Luncheon Club Mrs. L. H. Schult was the guest of the Wednesday Luncheon Club this week when Mrs. L. A. Ferguson entertained with a pot-luck luncheon. Bridge was played with Mrs. G. W. Lincoln winning- high score prize, linen "handkerchiefs. Mrs. Henry Workman of Steele' won the brldgo award, hosiery, and Mrs! Schult was presented with a oh Prayer. To fUl 1 these services you are most cordially invited. We hope herein you: will: find rest, inspiration, and strength t-o help you in your life's, activities. BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street 9:30 a.m. Bible school. Raymond Zachry, superintendent. TE»n>LE ISRAEL Herman Pollack, rabbi 1:30 p.m. Sunday school classes will meet. 3 p.m. Services. Sermon topic: "Religion and the.. Public Schools.'* This discussion wil* introduce a series of sermons dealing with the problems dealt with at the last convention of the Central Conference of American Ra'obLs. The sermon. will attempt to point out the various points of view with regard to religious teaching and its bearing on the public .school. Everyone is cordially welcome io attend. Bern to Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McClur?, city, a 10-poutid girl. m YTHEVILLE HOSPITAL l : 'loyd Rainvvaier. Keissr. admit- If-'Cl. R. H. Harris, city, dismissed. Mrs. Walter Rcsenthal, city, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital Ccnald W. Byrd. Manila, admit-1 tfd. Memphis Methodist Hospital Mrs. Robert McCarr, Luxora. admitted. Demonstration Club News Notes afch towel as guest prize. + * * Methodist Choir Banquet The members of the Senior and Junior Choirs of the Melhodir| ' Church were entertained by the . and j Church with a banquet Wednesday? ' night. The banquet was given BS a. means of thanks from the church to those who gave their service in the past year to the choir. Approximately 55' membsrs were present. •Jiidgc M. R. Rowland acted as toastmaster for the affair. A program was arranged in the form of an old fashioned Dinging school with Floyd Barnhart as trie "professor". The entire group joined in the singing, accompanied by Miss MarjiVe Ashcr jl . at the piano. telling ,storie?. Mali how:,, w}m talk and hfiipful advice wcik. ^he was present ?ci ,-m '.:is])iv;uio:; on members of the C. B. C. club | by the club, attended , the party given Friday' "Eicht students Mary afternoon by Mrs; Paul Byrunr a\ i SmnYn Hoed presented au r"-,"r b-er,hoine._ . Enellsh folk sori. ^ri Ct>rol;-)w v n Mrs. T. r. Jackson received hush : and sViGrrte Kin- ThcnvrW ~iv s ~°j? ana Mrs, Tera Turner. 5 ? c - i a South American daVc 5W ^^.. .1,,^ __: in . hc br ; d2r TViC clul) ^ decora tec! . pavric-tir, motII. A iarcc bo-' Mrs. Tom Phillips, whose condition became serious Friday, is resting very well today after hav- .115 been removed to Walls Hospital. Condition of her month-old son i.s very good. Mrs. Thomas W. Miller daughter, Molly, late of Hatties- iurg, Miss., arrived Friday for an extended visit with Mrs.' Miller's sisters, Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson and Mrs. Samule F. Morris, and families. They were accompanied by Mr. Miller who loft today from Memphis by plane for Wilmington, Del., and Trenton. N. j., \vhere he will do special work before going tc Radicrd near Roanoke. Va.. where he will be supervisor for the new Hercules Powder Com- anv there. Mr. Miller, who is a government technician, has baen rcueved of his duties as a reserve oi'ficer in the Aviation Corps, because of hi.s new work with the United States government. Mrs. Miller and Molly plan to join him March 1, Mrs. Walter ftoscmhal. who underwent v\ minor operation at Blytheville Hospital Tuesday, was removed t,o her home Friday. Mrs. Charles G. Morchraxd is ill of influenza at 001 West Ash street. Her mother, Mrs. T. it. Lloyd, of Paragould. has come to be" with her. Donna Jo Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe N. Hill, is very' ill of influenza and a mastoid infection at her home, 207 West Vine street. Mrs. HI. B. Snyder. who has been undergoing treat mm; at Walls hospital for two rip.ys. j,s improving. •'. !». Fhoinpj>o>\ Jr. returned i .,.-,...,,• .,. from Memphis this mcniiuy where i t1lc iw-tor stated today. he h;u! bRO>; wUh h] ;; mother who > —• wn.\ ill in Memphis iVfeihodi.sl hospital.^ Mrs. Tomp.srm Sr. has now been *rrmov?d to hrr homo. Mrs. Hush Nelson Thompson \vill KO to Memphis today to bn wit.h her. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bailey, of Lit.tlr- Rock, are spending a few days' ijerc with the O. W." McCut- •^hen fnmilv. PILGRIM .TABERNACLE L1C Cherry street Mts. O. W. Doss, pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. 11:00 a.m. Worship service. Sermon topic. -"Care for Souls." . 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic .service, "The Ark .of 'Safety'." 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Mid-week praper service. .•Everyone is invited to attend Uiesc services. "They say we're friendly." .-ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH -•.^Sunday school at U:00 o'clock. .-Evening prayer' service a I. 7:30 o'clock. The Rev, Coalswort-h. P. Le^wis. of Batesviile. will be in charge. .j^ionday moniing Hi 9:00 o'clock the Rev. Mr. Coatsworth will conduct Communion service. FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Lilly and Vine streets Clifford L. Thacker. parlor Sunday school at. 9:45 a. m. Morning worship at 11:00 a. m. P. Y. P. A. at 6:30 o'clock. Evangelistic service at 7:30 o'clock. CHURCH OF THE NAXARENE First ami Sycamore Streets Fletcher Spruce, Paster Sunday school, opening exercises. 9:45 a. m. Bob Tyrone, superintendent. Devotional by meiv's bible class. Delbert, Harpnr an'ci Miss Lillian! s P e - ial »i«sic nnd singing. Jl:00 Kelly assisted on the program by Will Continue Revival Through Another Week The evangelistic meeting bring conducted at the Full " Gospel Tabernacle by ihc Rev. Harlan Thomas, president of the Pentecostal Young Peoples' Association for the Pentecostal Church of God, Central district, will continue through another week, it was announced today. The services each night feature special music. The Rev. Mr. Tho- j CHRISTIAN" mas is oping assisted by hi.s wife who t,s president of thp rrnipro.siai Women's Auxihan'. Central His- trirt. Morning sennon by the pastor. 11:15 a. m. •Tuuiors' meeting. "»:00 p. m. N. V. P. S. meeting, 6:45 p. m. Evangelistic sennon by the- pastor, 7:30 p. m. iviid-weelv prayer meeting. Wednesday 7:30 o'clock. Prayer and fasting. Thursday. 12:30 p. m. Young Women's Missionary- meeting, Thursday. 7:30 p. m. Cottage prayer meeting. Friday. 6:30 p. m. Ton are welcome to worship with '>;; in these services. .SKKVICES S. Broadway ".Sacrament" is HIP .subject of fhc Lesson-mormon which will be ;„ the ol vrd . , appicsauce arid whip. ., o^inv ped cream was served, with cofTec ! WCVP draped at the conciusidrr of the games. | fircpb cr ol tbc of Tr:i Plants tea plant grows to a PC!, in its native Matr an evergreen tree, which long;, narrow, leathery hav it - |)P:»I- beautiful white flowers, followed or rosp- bv waociv rn f . contamlng three round in all Churcluvs of Christ, and Christian Science Societies on iJunary. .f;m. 12. The Golden Text is "The grace :>f tl.»c Lord Jo.sti.s Christ, and the love of God. and the communion of the Holy Ghost, be wit.h you oil." T] Corinthians l'3:\-\ Among thr citations which corn- following from the "Bible: "Therefore let us keep the fe;>.st, not with old. FIRST ClflUSTlAN CHURCH- Main a( SLxth Geo. W: Patterson, minsiter 9:45 a.m. Bible school, Russell Barham, superintendent. H:LG a.m. Worship, communion and preaching. "An Inspiring Thought for the New Year" will be the sermon theme. 7:30 p.m. Worship and preaching. "He Ever Liveth to Intercede" will be the sermon theme. _ We most cordially invite ihe public. Strangers in our city especially invited. We'll try to make you glad you. came our way. Have Buhincss Meeting-. Eleven members of the Shady Lane Home Demonstration duo had the first meeting of the New PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH If. .1. Klcindienst, pastor Divine services with Communion 10 a.m. Sermon subject: "Hindrance.? in the Performance of Re- .ligious' "Duties." Sunday school session "ll a.m. First quarterly congregational meeeting held after the morning service. The Lutheran Hour over WM.PS 12:30 and. by transcription over XL,C;N 3:30 p.m. Sinmay scl'iool ^achei-.s' meeting Monday 7:;0 p.m. Rp.lig-iouR instruction classes Monday through Friday 3:30 p.m. A cordial invitation to all. FIRST PRESBYTERJAfl CHURCH James A. Overholscr. minister Church r.chool 9:45 a.in. Morning worship 11 a.m. Theme. "1 Have Overcome the World." Young People's meeting 6:30 p.m. Evening worship 7:30 p.m. Ti^eme "The Order of the Burning Heart." Midweek Prayer service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Choir practice Wednesday 8:15 p.m. Everyone is cordially invited t.o attend the .~ervices. LAKE STREET MF/7HODIST CHURCH E. K. Sewcil, pastor "I am not bound to win. bu! I am hound to bo true."—Lincoln. The Church is trying to help men to b^ true, both to bod and man. Worship with us tomorrow. Church school. 9:45 a.m. Ivcrson Morris, superintendent, Worship service 10:50 a.m. Junior and Young People's League*. 6:45 p.m. Evening wor.Ciip. 7:30 p.m. ST. I OUTS (UP'.-.rjndPr thr -d\-j ror'io;-. of HIP Amrricnn Hrd Cross.! St. i.oui.s women have knitted more than live tons ol woolen yarns in- for •>hipnicnt to the. to of •:: , ;Membcn; of the Thursday Con- ! with i.iic ^ini'int • tract club and two nurM^.. Mrs. i Airm-im." ;:Walker : H. Baker ;nkl "Mrs. Prnnk! Mr.s. ' Tlrclnun ., nro ; Leyy./of Bcllrnorc. 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