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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS CHURCH NEWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Auxiliary, St, Stephen's Episcopal church, meeting 2:30 o clock with Mrs. J. D. McDowell. Woman's Auxiliary, First Pres- oyteuan church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church; Woman's Society of Christian Sen-ice, • Lake Street > Methodise' church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's Council, First Christian church, meeting 2:00 o'clock with Mrs. E. M, Terry. Circle One, Woman's Society of Chiistian Service, First Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Max B. Reid; Circle Two, Mrs. M. O. Usrey; Circle Thr^e, Mrs. G. H. Grear; Circle Four, Mrs. W. M. Taylor; Circle Five, Mrs. W. L. Hcrner; Circle Six, Mrs. Ralph Berrvman. Womorrs Missionary Union, First Baptist church, K at church. meeting 2:30 L'asiern Star having banquet in honor of Worthy Grand Matron, 7:00 . o : clock, at Blue Room 01 Hold. Noble.- 1 UroDAY'S-. EVENTS Delphian Hne Arts group meeting 9:30 o'clock at public library statea meciLng~7:30'o'clocjc at Halt. Miss Fiances -'Little entertaining Demote G Tuesday with Mrs. Xsauian . Carl. Mrs. Max B. Keid having Tuesday ciub. Mrs. Kcsco Crafton entertaining for soup., the Byron Morse home for the meat course and the L, D. Chamblin home for dessert. After they saw the movie at the Ritz theater, they went lo the dance at the American Legion Hut. Members of the club are: Jack Chamblin. Bill Chamblin, Warren Clark, David Boone, Johnny White, Joe Evraru, Bobby AlcHaney, George Hubbard, Bill Morse, Billy Jontz. Bits of New* Mostly Personals • Among the BlythevllJe people In Memphis today for the Kntherine Osceola Society—Personal Bride Honored Mrs. R. H, Cromer, Mrs. R. A. Cromer and Mrs. Joe Cromer were hostesses to a bridge party for 28 guests at* the Joe Cromer home near Driver Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Richard Cromer, a bride of the holiday season. Mrs. Cromer, who was the former Miss Carolyn Campbell of Charleston, S. C., and Mr. Cromer were married in Charleston Dec. 21. and are at present with Mr. Cromer's parents ni Carson Lake but will go to Charleston, Mo,, Mrs. Charles Crigger Jr., Mrs. Eddie Regenold and her houseguest, Mrs. S, A. Regenold, of Paris, Tex. Jack Curry has gone to Pine Bluff for a few days' visit with his family before going to Memphis where he is ..to be associated with City Contract cJub, Tuesday Bridge club with Mis.' M. A. Isaacs. meeting Mrs. W. W. Shaver having Tuesday comr act club. Map.e Grove cemetery association inteung 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. •E> F. Blomeyer. - EVENTS Chapter D of the P. E. O. Sisterhood meeting '2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Everett B.. Gee. Mrs. C. Modinger '. '. entertaining TcVkii and Country clubb. A1>C .club .meeting with Mrs. Charies Langston. . Mi s , * arasworih . Black having Wednesday Bridge- club. .Tn U AiJiJ A i'-'3 Mrs. W. L. Homer, Mi's. L. E. Old, Mrs. * Harry-. W. Haines and Miss Nannie Clarke Smith are attending the matinee of "The Philadelphia Story" at Ellis auditorium in Memphis today. Mrs. V. G. Holland, Miss Frances Holland, Mrs. A. G. Hall and Miss Mary Jo Hall were in Memphis Friday night for "The Philadelphia Story" starring Katherine Hepburn. Mrs. .W. J. Pollard and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris are in Memphis farming. The oricUxl tallies showed a bride and groom in an automobile with the lag "just married" attached. Awards went to Mrs. Ben D. Hamncr, Mrs. Godfrey White and Mrs. Jack Uzselle. Mrs. Cromer was presented a chenille bedspread. O V » Gardens of the Pacific Studied Mrs. F. P. Jacobs, of Grider. was in charge of the program, "Gardens of the Pacific" at the meeting of the P. A. R. : club in Memphis Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John T. Everett. Members responded to roll call with the name of a favorite flower, shrub or tree which grows along the Pacific coast. Handcraft and •curios from .Hawaii and South America, with pictures and maps wcre by Mrs. Jacobs. •»M.t*4*MW* -A. • ilWlA4«7 &>±l^ ill IVAVJlltJJ *JO j today for. the matinee perform- {, <rrMrs - A - B - Knjpmcyer talked en Mrs . George A. Hamilton entertaining 'I'hurstiay Bridge club. Cee-Que Bridge "club meeiing with Miss Maurme 'Branson. Mrs. Jess h.orner having Thursday Dessert club.:: ~-:~: -.• •:•;.- .-. : . ; . .. Mrs. W. L, . Ktorner entertaining Mid -Week Bridge club. Thursday Contract cmb meet- Ing with Mrs, Edgar Borum. Mrs.. R. F. Kirshner having Thtusday Luncheon ' club. • . Mrs. Carl Marshall entertaining Y- M- B. club. Woman's toreign Missionary Society, . Church : of . the JN azarene, meeung 2:30 o'clock' with Mrs. J. L. Tyrone. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, C. R. Wroten* entertaining Friday : Contract club at Colomai Room of Hotel Noble. Ucpui"uu\:ut, Woman's club 3:ou o'clock at club house. SATURDAY'S EVENTS .Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. John Ed James 'entertaining Chapter N of tne P. E. O. Sisterhood, 1:00 o'clock- at Haines home. ance of Katherine Hepburn in "The Philadelphia Story." Mrs. C. A. Hovey, who formerly made her home here, will come tomorrow to visit relatives for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphrey and daughter, Annella, will go to Memphis to spend tonight with her and she will accompany them home. Mr. Hovey is in Hot Springs where Mrs. Hovey will join him after her visit here. The Rev. James A. Overholser, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, will attend the Ministers' Institute .in Austin, Tex., from Monday through Friday. Mrs. W. S. Langdon is ill at her home on Highway 61 South. The condition of Mrs. Charles ••"W.'Oglesby, who underwent jv major operation! at Memphis Baptist hospital -VtsisF week, is unchanged. Her mother, Mrs. Mary Phillips Robinson, and Mr. Oglesby are with her: meeun Legion Auxiliary Will Meet Tuesday Evening The American Legion Auxiliary will have its monthly meeting at 7:15 o'clock Tuesday night, offi- Icers announced today. It will meet at the American .Legion Hut. PJays With Clnb Mrs. William Young played cards with members of the >Tiaay Contract duo Friday afternoon . wnen they were entertained at the home 'of" Mrs. ; Jesse M. White. Refreshments were served after the games in which Mrs, J. J. Ewing received the prize. * . n «• Have Party for. Club Mr. and Mis. B. A. Lynch had a party idr members of tne Tuesday i-sight Supper club at their home Friday night- Pink and white carnations were "arranged in the dining room whore the buifet supper was served. -In • the' bridge games which followed, Mis. C. A."Cunningham was high among the women and Harry w. Haines, among the men. E ( V - «. T. ML I>. Clab IVZccts Mrs. Marshall Blackard had the weekly Y. M. B. club party a.t her home Thursday afternoon. In addition to the ciub mem- Caruthersville Society—Personal bers, guests were tvLrs. W. C. Colston, Mrs. Hadlsy Hays and Mrs. Ira Crawford. Decorations and refreshments served at the conclusion of the games were in the pastel colors. High score prize went to Mrs. Ecnard McFarland. lo?; score 10 Mrs.: Frank'Myers, bunco to Mrs. Colston, and gueVx. to Mrs. Crawford. • , * * XT i . u Are Guests of Club [ Mrs. O. O. Steins, arid Mrs. Jack ;. Alexander were guests o' Mrs. * Ross MOOTO Friday afternoon when I, , she entertained members of the C* B. C. club for a party at her I .home. | ,- The hostess served n saiad plate i with coffee.''-at' the conclusion of! ! . the games. '-.,.' t Mrs. Francis Jackj.on rcccivcci j high score prize and Mrs. pjuil J Kimfcrou.gh, second high prise. ' ^ " T * V f Fuse Club Gives t Progressive I'arty \ • A ^ progressive supper followed ;1 V , - by -the theater and dancing; enter<R- taincd members of the Fuse club i{i<. and ' their , dates Pi'iday night. ^ <" The supper was served in four 4 - l courses. The'group went first to $;•/„- the^ Marcus Evrard home for cock[J<' ' tails, to tth*e G. G. Hubbard. home Wednesday Night Chib Mrs. Ralph Goodin was hostess to the members of her bridge club Wednesday night with three guests present. Mrs. Bill Hnyden, Mrs. Lee Rccker. and Mi's. Laura Langdon. , First pri?,e went- to Mrs. Lmig- don. .second lo Mrs. Gooriin, and Mr>:. Lee Rccker brldgoed. Following the conclusion of play Mm. Gooclin served apple pie and coffee. S"ppcr Club My. and Mrs. Paul Homer entertained their Supper Club Wednesday night and guest, 1 ; of the club. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Bennett. Mr. and Mr?. Moire 11 DoReign. and Mrs. Fred Wheeler. Following supper rook was pmycd with Mrs. C. E. .Watson wlnn'ing the : high score ladies' prize and Mr. DcReign the men'?, prise. The Walled Gardens of Panama." Miss Mary Nell Porter' and Miss Betty Clare Colcman presented Spanish and Hawaiian dances in costume. Musical features with tropical settings included Spanish songs by members In costumes. Mrs. Jacobs also presented the club with a "journal" of recipes, fashions and customs of the Pacific islands. A feature of the afternoon was an invitation exhibition of flowsr arrangements. An informal tea followed the program. J; * S. Have Birthday Parties Mrs. H. C. Davidson was hostess to 17 children for a "circus party" at her home Saturday afternoon in honor of the eighth birthday of her daughter, Bobbie Jean Davidson. .. Bears in circus cans were arranged on a dining table covered with a yellow and green cloth and other animals supported nut cups and the children wore circus caps in which were found individual favors. The children enjoyed ' taking pictures with Bobbie Jean's candid camera. Prizes were given Ann White, La Lou .Driver, Altec Ann Davidson, Betty Sue Mifflin and Wade McHenry of Luxora. Mrs. Davidson was assisted in entertaining by her mother, Mrs. Lena Gillespie cf Luxora. and Mrs. W. J. Driver Si'., of Osceola. Twenty four children enjoyed^ a picture .show party at tlic Gem rh eater Monday afternoon a.s guests of Betty Joe Crosthwait on her ninth birthday. Following the cheater party, the children were accompanied by Mrs. Crosthwait, Mrs. A. P. Spicsc and Mrs. W. J. Driver Jr.. lo the Crosthwait home south of town for ice crcnm and cake. The birthday cake was in blue, pink and while. Balloons and circus cap's with fortunes attached to them wcre given the children. Mrs. Rlnckwnori Honored Mrs. Dwight. H. Blackwooti and daughter. Mrs. Joule Driver. , were hostesses to 55 guests for a dessert bridge at the Biackwoort home Thursday in compliment to Mrs D. II. Black-wood Jr.. the former MixSN Julia LUlard Craig of Memphis -and Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. Bhirkwood were married Dec. 26 Arrangements of pink gladioli j went to Mrs. Roy Cox for low score. The guest of honor .was given a set of fiesta ware. The bride's mother, Mrs. Julia Craig of Memphis; Mrs. Clarence H. W.ilson and daughter, Miss Elizabeth Ann Wilson, of Blythe- villc were out-of-town guests. * * * Attend Shows in Memphis Among the Osceolans In Memphis Tuesday night to hear Jeanette McDonald at the Ellis Auditorium were Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Driver and daughter, Miss Plavia Driver, Charlino Ma&sey, Ann Porter Travis, Mrs. A. L. Webb, J..B. Howerton, Mrs, Charles E. Sullenger, Billie Pain Sheridan and Mrs J. W. Sharp. Those to go Saturday to see Katharine Hepburn In "The Philadelphia Story" are Mrs. E. S. Driver and daughter, Flavia Driver, Mrs. W. W*. prewitt, and Mr. and Mrs. G. Hcartsill Banks. * f » . Has Bridge Luncheon Mrs. Harry Driver was hostess to her bridge club and several guests for a luncheon at her home Friday. Mrs. w. W. Prewilt was high scorer among the club members and Mrs. R. C. Bryan among the guests. GuesUs were Mrs. Rheba Davidson of Oniontown, Ala.; Mrs. Roy Cauley of New Orleans, and Mrs. R. C. Bryan. Mrs. Driver was assisted in entertaining by. her daughters, Mrs. M. E. Pope and Mrs. W. E. Johri- "on. Son Born The Rev. Lester M. Bickford, pastor of Christian Church, and Mrs. Biekford are parents of a son born at Methodist Hospital in SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1941 TEMPLE ISRAEL Herman Pollack, rabbi 1:30 p.m. Sunday school classes will meet. 3 p.m. Services. A mid-season rally for the members of North- enst Arkansas and Southeast Missouri. Sermon discussion will lie based on Lion Feu'chtwangcr's recent article, "Lost Souls Limited." Everyone is cordially invitdH to attend. FIRST PKESBYTEKIAN CIIUKCIII .Tamf.v A. Overholser. minister Church school 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a. ra. Sermon topic: "The Right of Eminent Domain." Young People's meeting 6:30 p.m Evening worship 7:00 p.m. Sermon by the Rev. Thomas Lyttle- tcn Harnsberger. Missionary to lliina. : Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Choir Practice Wednesday 8:15 p.m. You are cordially invited to attend the services of this church. I'lLGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets H. J. Kleindienst, pastor Divine worship 10 a.m. Sermon topic: "The Wisdom of God." Sunday school 11 a,rn. The Lutheran Hour, over WMPS 12:30 and over KLCN 3:30. The Pilgrim Guild meets Thursday 7:30 p.m. this month. Special Sunday-school teachers' meetiiig Monday 7:30 p.m. A cordial, welcome to all. Memphis Tuesday morning. The baby, weighing seven. pounds, has not been named. The baby, is the first child of .the Bickfords. W * * 5 Joe W. Rhodes. Osceola attorney, and Sam Hodges Jr., of the Osceola Times, have attended the course of lectures by Dale Carnegie at the Goodwyn Institute in Memphis each night this week. The lectures are sponsored .by the Memphis Junior Chamber of Commerce. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Colbert and daughter, Clara Virginia, are expected "home this weekend from a visit with Mr. Colbert's mother and other relatives in Jackson. Miss. . . ..... E. H. Burns. R. C. Bryan and G. Heartsill Banks attended the annual ^meeting of the Arkansas Seed Growers Association in Little Rock Thursday. Dwight H. Blackwood and Sheriff Hale Jackson were in Little Rock Tuesday for (he inauguration ceremonies of Governor Homer M. Adktns. Mrs. Hal McHaney and mother, Mrs. Belva Martin of Kennett, Mb., and Mrs. Pauline Kaydcn of Bly- thcville visited Mrs. Emma Moore Tuesday. Mrs. Moore returned from Methodist Hospital in Memphis Thursday. S. A. Morrow, vice president, of Production Credit Corporation. St. Louis; J. M. Heizer, publicity agent Tor the corporation; and R. E Jones, also an executive of the company, were in Osceola Monday From here they went to Forrest City for the annual directors meeting of the Forrest City Production Credit Association. They 1 returned to Osceola for a similar meeting Friday. Parents and - faculty members who went to Pavagould Wednesday night, with the Scminolc team for the game with Paragould ' were John P. Keiser. Coach Leslie Specfc, Mr. and Mrs. J: J. Best, and Miss Sarah PeaiMe Bolanri. i Mr, and Mrs. Ed Franks drove to Walnut Ridge. Ark.. Wednesday to attend the funeral of an aunt, of Mr. Fnuiks. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut at Eighth Alfred Carpenter, pastor Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Bible school. 10:40 a.m. Worship service.- Special music by choir and solo. Ser- prayer wrvice.' Everyone is invited to attend these services. "They say we're friendly." CHURCH OF ""THE NAZAKENE Fletcher Spruce, pastor First and Sycamore streets Sunday school opening exercises, 9:45 a.m. Bob Tyrone, superintendent. Devotional by the Ypung People's class. Special music and singing, 11:00 a.m. Morning: sermon by the- pastor, U: 15 a.m. • Juniors' meeting, 2:30 p.m. Radio broadcast, 3:15 p.m. N. Y. P. s. meeting, 6:45 p.m. Evangelistic service, 7:30 p.m. ' Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Stayer and fasting Thursday, 12:30 pan. Y. W. M. S. meeting Thursday. 7:30 p.m. Cottage prayer meeting Friday, 7:30 p.m. These services are times of spiritual refreshing. Come and worship with us. ADD CHURCH OF NAZARENE Sunday, 3:15 o'clock, the Young People's society will sponsor a. radio program. The Nazarene quartet composed of Elcue Tyrone, Jack Parker, Noble McCullar and Fletcher Spruce will be a feature. CHURCH OF CHRIST W. Main off Highway 61 Den ton M. Neal, evangelist Lord's Day services: Bible classes, 9:50 a.m. Preaching, 11:00 a.m. Communion, 11.:50 a.m. Young People's Bible class, G:45 p.m. Preaching, 7:30 p.m. Mid-week services: Wednesday, 7:45 p.m. Bible study and song practice. Thursday. 2:30 p.m. Ladies' Bible class. Daily broadcasts. KLCN, week days, '12:15-12:30. Sunday 2:30-3:15 o'clock. You are.Jnyij.ed to each of our services. You will 'always find a FUNNY 'BUSINESS COPR.mi BV KEA SERVlCe. IMC. T. M. RE •hearty welcome with-us. mon ''Adulterous People." 6:30 p.m. Training Union. 7:30 p.m. Worship service. Mu-j CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES sic. "Sing Them Again Songs." 116 S. Broadway Sermon "What Is Life." Wednesday: 7:00 p.m. Sunday school meeting. 7:30 p.m. Mid-week - service. 8:30 p.m., Choir rehearsal. BAPTIST CHAPEL Lily Street Sunday: 9:30 a.m.. Bible school.! Raymond Zachery. -superintendent. 10:30 a.m. Devotional service. j , FIRST METHODIST CHURCH E. B. Williams, pastor 9:45 a.m. Church school. S. K. Garret!., superintendent. Do not send your children to the Church school— Come with them and participate in this part of the Lorcl's ''program. . .,,•" -]v ; 1:55 a.m. Morning worship;, mes'- sage by the pastor. 6:45 p.m. Young People's services. A special program has been planned in which recognition shall be given to committee members .for' their splendid work. . :;7:3G p.m. Evening worship. The .message, "God\s Response to Pray=it', .is the fourth of a series on prayer. by the Pastor. To all who are weary and would find rest: to all who seek to apply the 'truths of the Gospel to the problems of~ daily living, this Church extends a cordial welcome. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth George W, Patterson, minister 9:45 a.m. Bible school, Russell Bavham, superintendent. * 11:00 a.m. Worship., communion and preaching. 7:30 p.m. Worship and preaching. " We niost cordially in vita the public. Strangers in our city especially invited. We'll try to make you glad you came our way. "Life" Is the' subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be rea"d in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, and Christian Science Societies on Sunday. January 19. 1941. The Golden Text is "I will giyi unto him that is athirst of the fountain of the water of life freely. He. that overcometh shall inherit all things; and I will be his God, and he shall be my son." Revelation 21:6, 7. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from t.he Bible: "For with thee, is the fountain of life: in thy light shall we see light." Psalms 36:6 "• , •';_T.he,.-Lesson-Sermon also includes .the:-; 'following passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy: "Life Is without, beginning aiid without end. Eternity, not time; expresses the thought of Life, and time is no part of eternity." p. 468 'But I haven't got any hair I" dom--of- Gcd and. life are one. Therefore it is ' sheer - realism."— E. Stanley Jones. ' Church school, Iverson Morris, superintendent, '9:45 ajn. •Morning worship. 10:50, a.m. Junior and Young People's Leagues, 6:45. p.m. Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. The church is called to study "World Missions." Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday school at 9:45-a.m. Morning .service at 10':45 a.m., conducted by the Rev. H. Graham of Centralia, 111. B. T. U. at 6:30 o'clock. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. Mr. Graham. were used in the living room, libra ry and music room. The dining table hm) a centerpiece of an oblong arrangement of blue stock, pink carnations, acn and daisies. 8rid;xi tallies in pink and white carried a u'rcidmc slipper a.s decoration. Mrs. John Binfovd White received a Unrn and larn luncheon set for highest, score: Mrs. ; rr " nK ; ; - I Wade Quinn was qiven a crvstal Among those from this city that «K,i,,rta. nmhi «,»™ «!«»«' r™ were in Memphis Tuesday night to attend th? concert given \y Jeauett? McDonald at. Ellis Auditorium were Mr. and Mrs. Charley Dorroh. Mrs. John Sawyer Jr.. Mrs. Jack Hc-pke. Missas Mary EUcu Homer. Mabel Berry. Lillian Kelley, Harriet Ann Pierce. Mrs. Crews Reynulrts ami daughter. Jane Crews. Misses Dtmetra Ann Baker. Waynr Dent. Mrs. D. P. Randolph and .son. Bobby. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Brunei t Irfi morning for their homr ip Little Hock. Ark., after 5 several days vLsitms here. Mrs. Chester BuUer left Thursday for tier home m Los Angeles Calif., after spending several "days here with relatives and friends. Painting Disproved Theory Thomas Gainsborough suppcv plate for sccorif! high inul n silent butler At The Hospitals Klylhcvillc Hospital Mrs. TjUcy McCutchcn. Campbell. Mo., admitted. W. W. Aciam.s, city, dismissed. Albert Bean. city, dismissed. Walls Hospital Dorothy McMurtry, city, dismissed. Mrs. Elto Price Uod::e. city, dismissed, Memphis Baptist Hospital J. Bernstein. CaruthcrsvUle. admitted. Memphis Methodist Hospital Charles Mead. Canithcr«ville, admitted. Memphis SI. Joseph's Hospital •I. L. Clark. Canithcrsvilte. admitted. CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Hc.v, J. J. Thompson, pastor • The Rev. B. P. McDcviit will begin a scries of 15 minute radio talks on "The Truth About the Catholic Church" Monday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Seventh and Ash streets S. A. Merrill, pastor 8:30 a.in. Radio program. 9:45 a.m. Sunday 'school. John Davis, superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. il: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. The public is cordially invited to these services. ARM.OREL BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching first and third Sundays G. O. Magrr, pastor 10:00 a.m. Sunday school. 11:00 a.m. Song and devotional sp.rvice. 11:20 a.m. Preaching by pastor 6:30 p.m. Song and devotional service. 6:45 p.m. Preaching by pastor. You are invited to worship v:ith us. Crown Basketball Queen At Tuesday Night Game ' CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.. Jan. 18.—Betty Lou Peck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Peck of this city, will be crowned Basketball Queen for 1940-41 here next Tuesday night during half-time of the doubleheader with Hayti high .school teams. . . Miss Peck, junior class member, won over representatives of each Df the high school classes., including Evelyn Crawford. 'Senior: Jean Senrle.s. Sophomore; and Sarah Latshaw, Freshman. • Balloting was conductedf by the entire high school student'!' body.".- Townsend Club Hears Program Of Music A musical program was presented, at the meeting of Townsend Club. No. One. Friday night at, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ogle. The Rio Grande Cowboys and the Dallas Sisters presented several selections after which the women of the ciub served . refreshments. Read Courier News want ads. Epidemic of Cold Symptoms 666 Liquid or 666 Tablets with '666! Salve or 666 Nose Drops • generally relieves cold symptoms the first day; \ r i T z \ SATURDAY Bury Me Not On the Lone Prairie with Johnny Mack Brown. &. I Fuzzy Knight Also cartoon & serial "Green Archer." Continuous show till il:i-;o p.m. SUNDAY & .MONDAY ROSALIND MELVrJ?*S B^ELHOOulAS raraniuum ^cwa;, vjj., Cartoon & Novelty Short. Continuous sJiotv Sunday- Phone Kitz 224 Phone Roxy 322 Read Courier News want aosl CARD OF THANKS We wish to "thank our friends for the kindness shown us us during the .sickness and death of our j dear mother and wife. Thanks for the beautiful floral offerings, and especially to the Home Demonstration Club of Gosncll. Husband and Children G. j. Tankersley Mrs. Paul . Holland Clifton Tankerslcy Tankerslcy' ' PILGRIM TABEKNAC1.E 11.0 Cherry street Mrs. O. >V. DO.SN pastor 9:45 a. m, Sunday -school. 11:00 a. m. Worship service. Sermon topic, "Thr OtTicc And Work of the Holy Spirit." 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service. Sermon topic. "Finding the Christ." 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, Mid-week LAKE STREET M B. K. Sewcll. pastor "You cannot live against lilc j and get away with \\. The King- DANCE EVERY .SAT. NIGHT Blue Room HOTEL NOBLE "Women's favorite: color is red. men's blue, psychologists (Icchm.-, his famous "Blue"Boy" to disprove 1 the theory Umt blue cannot, be used, successfully..!* a .predominating color in a portrait. SPECIAL Sunday Dinner OW'KICN with Dressing KRIKI) CHICKKN wilh cream sraw C i COURSE DINNER ....'..... v' PALACE CAFE OTICE PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Obtainable. Have the Finest Armour's Beef and Genuine Spring 1 CALL 1133 WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS FOR 1MMKDIATK DBlilVKRY \\nir Uxlni ijuyiwgsl JLISTEN TO KLCN 10:00 a.m.—-12:45 plir^^4:36 p.tri. SATURDAY uratit Withers Mary Arnold A 1st) Cartoon -& Serial Dick." Continuous show till 11:30 p.m. SUNDAY-MONDAY Ttgil in the Nighf with Carole Lombard, Brian A hern & Ann Shirley Also: Fox Nows <fc Comedy THROUGH AT THE END OF THE DAY; TOO TIRED TO Ton can enjoy the days and the evenings. IOD, when, you send ynur laundry to-us. It's i>:e%-pp»- s ''vc and the practical thins: in do. Call us loclav. > For Better Laundry and Dry Gleaning 526-5271 STEAM LAUNDRY

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