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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.E COURIER NEWS MONDAY'S EVENTS Circles of the Woman's Society of Christian Service,'.First Methodist Church , will meet. in. the homes of the following 1 members; Circle One, Miss Marjorle Warren; Circle Two,,Mrs." E. D. Ferguson; Circle Three, Mrs. S. E. Webb; Circle Four, Mrs. Harry KIrby; Circle Five, Mrs.- Johii Fcnthers- lon; Circle Six, Mrs. w. T. Oberst;' and Circle Seven, Mrs; Hiley B. Jones. . Woman's Missionary -Union, First Baptist Church, will have a Royal Service program at church, 2:30 u, in. , Woman's Auxiliary, Firsl Presbyterian Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock for program nl church. Woman's. Society of Christian Service, . Lake Street Methodist Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. .'.-,.. Miss Mclun Foster entertaining Three Quads club. , TUESDAY'S EVENTS Jylrs. H. C. Blankenshtp entertaining G. N. B. Club. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. RIlcy.B. Jones. Mrs. Lynn Brown will be hostess to Osta Club. Mrs. B. A. Lynch entertaining Double G Club. Mrs. Tim Estes will be hostess lo 400 Club. Maple Grove 'Cemetery Association will meet, .2:30 o'clock with Mrs. J. w. Durham. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Central Ward Parent Tcacliers Association meeting 3:30 o'clock 'preceded by executive bo.ud 3 p. in. Wednesday Bridge Club will meet with Mrs. Baker Wilson. A. D. C. Club meeting with Mrs. J. Fan-is McCalla. Mrs. James v. Dates will be hostess to Wednesday -Contract Club. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. Jaines B. Clark.. Mrs. C. B. Kettingcr entertaining B and b Club. , THURSDAY'S EVENTS Club Eight meeting with. Mrs. C. C. LiiDgstoii Jr. ND'S. Russell Phillips entertaining Thursday Luncheon Club, Mid-week , club meeting with Mrs. B. A. Lynch. > : ',\' Mrs. G.'E. Keck will 'ejitertain Thursday Contract Club. Mrs, Dick Watson entertjilnlne Triple Table Club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, Ross Moore will entertain C. B. C. Club. Here's a recipe for whipping «|> sporty, jeep blouse that will not only keep your 'teen-age daughter in the'latest fad-swim, but, it she makes It herself, will give her good practice In sewing—at very little expense. 'Just take four ordinary dish towels—the kind found In dime stores if you're budget-bound, more expensive, splashlly-patlerncd linen ones if you like. Using a cleverly designed pattern, whip them up in 10 time to make the blouse. If you choose checked towels, such as arc seen in the photograph. Ihelr borders make a decorative break In Miss Letitia Neal Weds Capt. Ima F. Anderson !, The;, marriage- of . Miss .Lcllllii Edge " Neni,-. d'aUBhter 'of Mr', 'and Mrs. R. c. Neal of Conway, to Capt. Ima F. Anderson, .of Blythe- vllle. Army Air Field, was solemnized. this morning, 10:30 o'clock, at the Post Chapel. The rites were read- by : Chaplain Julian A. Llndsey, in the pre.s- ence of; a party of 30 friends of the young couple, following an organ program given by Scrgt. Don Scrjbner. 'Miss Camillc Robinson served as maid of honor and LSevit. Snm Burns of Blytheville Army Air Field was best man. Mrs.. Anderson was graduated from Hendrix. College; Conway, where she received 1 several honors; She has been a teacher in Blytlie- ville Junior High SchooJ for the Housed ress That Goes Out 4 Dish Towelg E , 1; j k 1 ' • . U (he design and (he finished edges eliminate hemming Top Jl off with n elite plxle cup made by (jiving n knit ulsh cloUi ui few hvisls and adding a lasse). The pattern for these gives full'direc- tions for cutting, ihe towels, sewing (lie blouse and making two dish elolli caps, comes in sizes 10 12 14 and 10. ' Nolc: To obtain this pattern, ,N». 83U2, KCIII! 15 cents plus 1 cent pi'stiiRc, together with your name, aililrcbs, (iiillern number and si-/c, (« (.'(Mirier News, lOli Seventh Avenue, New York, N. V. past two years. Captain Anderson, who is the ed today. Thc Hcv ' Miss -.., -. ... '••;-,'/"•, ....... ' ""• ' uriiiyw rng son of Mr. and Mrs. W. :. Ander- special music and .special songs son of Yazoo City, Miss., received as a feature of each service ac- >llo Jis\miii4r..tnk. I.. «v._ . . .. ,. . ,. ••«-fm---, ni. his commission in the Army Air Force In October, 1941. He came to Blytheville Army Air Field in July, 1942, where he Ls stationed as night Instructor. ' Following a brief wedding trip, Captain and Mrs. Anderson will make their home at .IHVj South Broadway. Contract, Mid-Week Clubs ;•}>; Included i ,. . ,. ••«-fm---, ni. cording to the pastor, the Rev. c. L. Thncker who invited the public lo attend. When Mrs. Ley Welch, Mrs, H.' L. Wylie and Mrs. F. L. Bugler were ' hostesses to 28 gucsls for a party Thursday al Ihe Loy Welch home they Inclurj.nd members of the Thursday Contract Club and MM-Week Bridge Club, which were incorrectly listed In yesterday's announcement of the party. The.bridge,luncheon wns In t| lc Easter motif '.'used In the decorations, : •luncheon menu : and gift wrappings. Tulips, iris and bridal wreath made a colorful setting for the small luncheon tables. ' Prizes w'eul to Mrs. Henry Humphreys for high score; lo Mrs. C. C. Liingstoii for second; Mrs. M. ~ A. Isaacs for low. and Mrs. Robert Porter of Delrolt, Mich., houseguesl of her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. B. A. Lynch, wns presented a gift. * * • V.F..O. GROW WORKS AT KEI) CKOSS KOOM Chapter'N of p.E.O. Sisterhood met yesterday noon at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon wilh Mrs Murray ^Smart as cohostcss. After the two-course lunch served al small tables In the living bring Cai-uthersviHe Society— Pe*»nal Bita of News Penooal Lieut and Mrs. Raymond E. cobble nro junking their liomc «(, gos West Lilly St., after a 10-day wcd- illng trip .spent In Dayton, Tenn with Lieutenant Cobble's parent-!' Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Cobble, ami points In Alabama and Georgia Mrs, Cobble Is the former Miss Ernestine Smith.' MLss Jimmic Horncr and Miss June Homer him; been admitted In Memphis Baptist Hospital where Jlminlc 'had her adenoids removed and June underwent a tonsil- lectoiny. Their 'parents, Mr. aiid Mrs. Jesse Horncr are with them. Mrs. Jack Applebaimi, whose condition became' serious yesterday, has been removed to islythc- vllle Hospital, where she Is resting very well today. Russell Phillips has relumed from a business trip in the East. Jewel Linsnwn of Steely is spending the week end here' with her grandmotlier. Mrs. Zulu Linsman. Ml.ss Marietta Beeman of Greenville, Miss., arrived yesterday to be with her niece, Miss Joan Simula, who underwent an appendectomy at Blythevllle Hospital. Her condition Is very good. Mrs. F. L. Bugler will go to Memphis tomorrow where .she will meet her slsler, Mrs. M. I. Hellmuth of Belleville, Texas, who Monday will arrive iu Memphis. Mrs. Jfcllimifh, who liii.s visited here several times bo the guest of her sister iind Mr. Bugler for about 10 days. Miss Mary Louise Reeves, who underwent an appendectomy yesterday afternoon at Walls Hospital, is resting very comfortably. Hamilton Talbott arrived yesterday from his home in Washington, D. C.. to join Mrs. Talboll for n visit with her mother, Mrs. Einma Nolcn, and her sister, Mrs. E. H.-Mason and family. Carl Davis, who hns been cm- ployed by the government at. the Hays-Walker* Air Field, Hays, Kans., since Jan. 15, will arrive home Diis afternoon for a rest before resuming work. He is recovering from a hip fracture received while'working, having.beer He will be guest of Mrs. Davis and son, Carl Davis Jr. WOMAN'S CLUB'. HAS ' Cilir.ST SPEAKER Mrs. Pauline Miissman, Home Demonstration Economist, of tbe P. S. A. Office, wns guest speaker at a meeting of the Carnlhejsvilla Woman's Club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. W. L. Canlrcll. ot the American Home Department,, presented Mrs. Mussman, who talked oa "The Importance of Food and How lo Preserve It." Mis. L. J. Hazel assisted by Mrs. W. A. Prince and ,M)s. S. C. Christian were hostesses and the meeting wns held at the Hazel home. During the business meeting re- liort.s wore heard from the various officers. Mrs. Clara Blghnm gave a complete report of the work done by the organization at : the Red Cross Sewing Room. Mrs. Childs Berry, American Citizenship Chairman, reported that recognition would be given the outstanding .sophomore as usual, but that lliu Annual Sophomore Pilgrimage to Jefferson City would not be made, due to transportation diffi- cullies. The club voted lo give $62 lo Die Missouri Society fov,Crippled children. v-i. tik. atiiuiL muics in me living (iren. • room the guests went to the p."! ! The hostesses served refreshments Cross bandage room where they * ' ' * worked for the remainder of the day. S p r i ng flowers were used throughout the home for decoration. Mrs. Van Wright of Arkadcl- phla, Ark., was a luncheon guest. \ * * • MISS GRIC'SBY TO WEI) FORMER BLYTHEV1LLE MAN The' marriagj of Miss Mildred Dallas Grlgsby of Alexanrdia, Va., o Edward Davis, also of Alcxan- ria, and formerly of Blylhcvillc. vtll be solemnized lonighi, 1:30 'clock, nl First Baptist Church in vashlnglon, D. C. Miss Grlgsby was graduated from ieorge Washington High School. Mexnndrla. Mr. Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. '. A. Davis of Blythevlllc. was radu«lcd from Blythcvillc High School, and has been employed in Alexandria and Washington, "D C or the past ycnr. Mr. Davts nud his bride plan to pend sevjral days in New York. Mfore returning to Alexandria, vhere (hey wilt make (heir home * * * RUMMY CLUB .MEETS WITH MRS. GADDING When members of the Trlble Table club met Thursday 'night with Mrs. Charles Gadding al hostess, Mtss Frances Goodcnongh was also a guest.' . i Vases of while spirea and other spring flowers were arranged In the living room where rummy was played. Prizes were awarded lo Mrs Otto Scrape for high score lo Miss 31 US. I'ROST Mi*. Leslie Prost was hostess lo mcmbrrs of her Eight At. Two Club Wednesday evening. A dessert course wns served preceding the games. Mrs. Floyd Adams Typical of the good styling thai inakcs this year's cotton house dresses suitable for'the morning marketing trip Is the allracliv plaid above. The ; blouse has i yoke an dactlo ; nback7 and th skirt, pleated in front, ha«'» deep invered pleat In the b«ck. it come* in plaids only, with brown, freen or red M the predominating col or. score. Mrs. Felix ^^cAdams wns second hifih and Mrs. Herbert Lloyd bridgocd. ^ * * Mr. and Mrs. Ctilvin Martin are expected this week edd lo visit with his mother. Mrs. Ada -Martin. -Mr. Mnriin, Chief Petty Officer in the U. S. Navy. Ls leaving lor active duty April 2,1. held high Make Honor Grades More than' one third of the hoiii- i ifandcl's 'Messiah' Will Be Presented y Afternoon Music lovers of this Kcctlon ore belny extended an Invitation to attend the Easter section of Handel's "Messiah", to be presented tomorrow afternoon, 4 o'clock, at First Presbyterian 'Church, In celebration of Palm Sunday. At Ihls time, members of the Presbyterian church In Osccola will be special guests of the church lo hear Hits advanced program, of religious music which may lie \m- senlcd here for the first time because of the additional amount of talent available. Augmenting Ihe choir of First. Presbyterian church, under direction of Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston of New York City since early last Wintrr, n number' of giiesl vocalists will dike part, some of whom are Army personnel from Blythe- vllle Army Air Field. The. program will open wilh (he chorus ••Behold the Lamb of God", followed by Ihe contralto solo, "He Was Despised and Rejected"; ihc chorus, "He Hath Borne Our Griefs"; a soprano solo "Hut Thou Didst Not Leave his Soul in Hell"; u chorus "Lift Up Your Heads, O Ye Gales" and a liruss solo "Why I)o The Nation/; Ilasc." In the second part, a soprano solo "I know That My Redeemer I.ivelh", will be followed by the churns "Since By Man Came Death, I3y Man Came Also the Tlosui'rcc- tion. For ns In Adum All Die, Even fin in Christ Shall All Ue Made Alive"; n bass solo "ISchold I Tell You a Mystery, the Trumpet Shall Hound"., and the chorus "Hallelujah". .Soloists will be Miss Wynctte Shepherd, soprano; Mrs. Barbara Shoup, alto, and Staff Sergt. Dai- ton C. Fowlston, bliss baritone. Miss Shepherd, of Ihis city, has SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1943 Evangelist Tlic Kcv. Doilson in Theater the Memphis Open Air for three seasons. Mrs. Shoup, wife of a warrant officer, hns been heard in recital ami concert work in Illinois and over the lilue network, and is a former high school music teacher. Sergt. Fowlslon has a master's degree in sacred music and religious education and hns studied voice since four years of age nmler hLs father, the widely-known Edgar B. Fowlston, teacher of voice and choral conductor in New York City. This will be Sergeant Fowlslon's IMth performance as baritone soloist in the "Messiah". Pre-Easter Program A t Christian Church --„ 0 -,- t .. Nightly pre-Easter services dur- in n hospital at Salina, Kans., for Ing Passion Week will x begin lo- tlie past two and a half months.^ morrow night at 7:45 o'clock at the e Uni ~ ~ ... ^..^, W1 Vliv . ,, U ii L -.. t|) im(i]-jjrCUUlQJl Ol U1B Hi51 rs of sclidl44sUps .awatfdcd by (lie. , v series of great religious puintin iniversity of -iArkansas last fall to : illustrating the events of Passii ,,f[.tl»r)l.,»* I.J..I. .-..!.~~> .,.._.-_ ..." . >.—•» outstanding high school graduates in each county have made honor grades in their first semester of work fit the University, it has been announced by the university. Among these were: William H. Morse and William Heory Stovall both attending (he college of Arts and Sciences, from lllythcville, Ark, Huffman News Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Greene Jr. and. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Greene of Huffman arc .spending the week In St. Louis. Cadet James Walker lias relum- ed lo Corpus Christ!, Texas, after a visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Walker and sister, Mrs. Joe Waddy of Blythcvlllc. Mr. and Mrs. Hertha Sorrclls niitl children are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Williams of Keeping Up With The Men In Service Pvl. Paul Moralh. son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Atorath. is stationed at Camp Lawson, Wash. First Christian Church, when the Kov. R. S. Baird, pastor, will preach on "Make . Christ King! Keep Christ King!" Miss Margaret Shaver will give of the first of igs ig the events of Passion Week, others who will interpret paintings during the week include Mrs. R. 6. Halrd and Mrs. Osmer D. Tucker. A 15-mimitc period of old church hymns, played by Shirley Barnaul at the organ, will open each of the nightly meetings, which will also include hymns sung by a children's choir and by Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Mrs. John McHaney, Mrs. J. D. Davis and Mrs. James Terry. "These Passion Week meetings offer to every person the opportu-, nity and privilege to meet and know as the Savior the Christ, still the greatest single fact alter twenty centuries." the Rev. Baird announced. "The public Ls cordially invited to attend these worship periods, which begin al '!-V> o'clock each night Sunday through Friday." Word has been received by Mrs. Vcniio Stmvell, that her son. R. .,„:,„,„ T. "Dick" Eudy lias bom promot- Admitted— At The Hospitals Blylheville Hospital Admitted— Mrs. Jack Applcbainn, city. Dismissed— David McCarn, Luxor a. Mrs. Earl Brownlee and baby, Dell. Walls Hospital Admitted- Earl MoCall Walker, city. Mury Lou Reeves, city. Mrs. w. L. Phillips, Hermondale, Mo. Otto Ilelknap, city. . Nila Belh Thrixlon, Ajo, Ari/.. Dismisse<l— William Luney, Stcclc, Mo. Memphis ISapllst Hospital -- 1— --• ... o ., OLUII; m i>ll^ Melba Foster for second high, before refreshments of a salad plate with cold drinks were served. Full Go»pel Tabernacle To Open Revival Series Revival services will be conducted at the Full Gospel Tnbernnclc »t Lilly and Vine streets each night by the Rev, Hazel Murphy of Frankfort, Ky., it was announc- Mrs. Ernest Long. Mrs I,ydia Evenson mid Mrs. J. W. McCloskey spent .Monday in Cape Glrardeau, ^fo.. where they attended Installation services or the White Shrine of which they arc members. Mrs. Albert Mlchle of LUbdiirn, Mo., spent Wednesday here as the BUCst of her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. W.. Corrington. •MKs Opal Gale, who operates a bc.iuty shop in (ho south part of town, hns returned from Detroit, where slip visited her sister, Mrs. Holland Edomon, who hud Iwen a patient in a Detroit hospital. . Hcsea Wilson drove to Kconett Monday to return Mrs. Wilson and tbcir. sons. Woody nud Gary, home llic two boys had their tonsils removed at. n lt , prraiDll Hospllal last vcck. , - , I'ciry Cooix-rman attended lo business mailers in Memphis \v«tl- npiday. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Cnntrell were advised Wednesday that a daughter \vas born to Mr. and Mrs MII- lou i.owcry al Pcusacolo. Kla. Mrs. |-0\very is the former Miss Mary Lorcne Cnntrell. Iverson Michic vent by train \\cdnasday afternoon to Marlon, Ark., lo meet Mrs. Mlchle and son, Jnmule, and to drive thorn, home. Jimime underwent nu opsralioii in ft Memphis hosplial last week and « tcr leaving tho hospllal he and MS mother stopped wlUi rclallves at Marlon. ed to private first rlnss. Private Eudy Ls slationi'd at Shepiurd Field, Texas. Joseph E. Worsloy. son of Mr. , u „„„. and Mrs. H. P. Wnrsley of Lux- Studdards. Armorel. a son. Betty LOU I rand Icy, city. Jimmic Homer, city. June Homer, cily. Born to Mr. mid Mrs. William ora, has been promoted to fust lieutenant. Lieutenant Worslcy Tlie humming bird lays an egg i 1'vit-iii.i i^ iin; IILUIILIUII^ uiiu lilVo ill I t stationed at Camp Caurpbell, Ky. 15 per cent of Us own'weight. ORGANIST and TEACHER ' PIANO, ORGAN, and VOICE Mrs. Dorothy w. Kowlslon, B.A., M.S.M. Minister of Music, First PresbyterUn Church For Appointment Wrile Mrs. Fowlston nOl C'hickasawba or Phone 32M Nazarene Church Having Annual Easter Revival Tlie annual Easier revival at the Church of Ihe Na/arene, under tlic direction of Rev. and Mrs. .1. C. Dobson. of Hot Springs, will continue next week, closing Easter Sunday, according to an announcement, imide by the pastor,, Fletcher Spruce. Evangelist Dobson has been a successful rcvilnlfet for several years, and although still young, has had unusual success in pastorales in Sulphur Springs, Texas, and Heatunont Texas, First church. The Rev. Dobson also Is an able chalk artist, and Mrs. Dobson an accomplished musician and singer. The- revival services will continue each morning at in o'clock, and each evening at 8, until rcns Sunday. 9:45 a.m. Inspirational service, 11 am.Scrl mon by Hev. Dobson, 8 p.m. The Easter Revival, under the leadership of the evangelists, Hev, and Mrs. J. c. Dobson, will continue eacli morning nt 1C o'clock, ind each evening at eight. Thc public Ls Invited to attend these services. 1'II.GKIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Slxlli and Walnut Streets ilobc»< isiel, i>aslor Divine services with the Conflrl mation of four children at 11:00 -i m. Those children will be examined before the congregation on the chief doctrines of the Bible. Everyone is invited lo this Impressive service. ; Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. Services Good Friday at 8:00 p, m. Kaslcr Sunday—Celebration of Holy Communion at 11:00 'a m Preparatory service at that day begins »t 10:30 a. m. "Remember tlic SiibtaOi Day lo keep it holy.'- More than ever .should Christians want to attend Church service.; during the sacred Holy Week. Everyone Ls invited. I 1'lltST I>ltl-:SKYTEKIAN CHUItCH .lames A. Ovcrhotser, minister Sunday School 9:45 a. in. Morning worship 11 a. in. Theme, "Tho Verdict of the Centuries" SI Mark 15:39. "Truly this man was the Son o.f God. 1 ' 'falm Sunday music: Solo, "The Palms," Faurc, by f ? .oss Stevens; anthem, '-Thy Glory Dawns, Jerusalem," Lockwood. Oratorio at 4:00 p. m. The Chlor, under the direction of Mrs Dorothy W. Fowlston, will vresent the "Messiah'' of G. P, Handel. Thc public is cordially invited. Midweek service Wcrlnesdav 1:'M p. m. Choir rehearsals: Senior, Wednesday 8 j). in.; Junior, Friday 400 P. m. CHURCH NEWS CHRISTIAN SCIEXCP. SEUVICIIS Woman's CJiiliIioiise, Ittfi W. Main Doctrine of Atonement is the subject of .the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches and Societies of Ihe Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, April 18, 1943. The Golden Text is: "Ciracc be (o you and peace from God the Father, and from our Lord Jesus Christ, who gave himself for our sins, that he might deliver \i.s from this present evil world, according to the will of God and our Father" Galatians 1:3, 4. Anion}; the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is (lie following from the Bible: 'The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy; I am come (hat they might have life, and that they might have it, more, abundantly." John 10:10. The Lesson-Sermon also includes tjie following passages from" the Christian 'Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mury Baker Eddy: "Jesus of Nazareth taught and demonstrated man's oneness with the Father, ami for this we owe him endless homage." p. If,. LAKE STREET METHODIST .CHURCH Hates Sturdy, pastor Church school, 0:50 a. m Ivcr- son Jlorris, siipt Morning worship, 10:-1S a. m. "Jcsas Spoke of thn Unexpected" pastor's subject. Junior Fellowship. 7 p. )n. Intermediate Fellowship, 7 p. m. Senior Fellowship. 7 p. m. Night worship, 8 p. in. "The Master's Love", pastor's subject. Every one Is cordially invited. CHIUiCH OF T1IK NA'/IAKKNK First and Sycamore Streets Fletcher Spruce, pnslor Sunday School opening exercises. Evangelistic Message, 1:45.n m Prayer Meeting Tuesday' 7.-M 1>. in. Bible Study, Friday, 7:45 j> m , Women's .Missionary Council' Monday evening, 8 o'clock, ' MUST METHODIST CHURCH Ciitner Main an,) Seventh Itev. S. H. Wilford, pastor D:-!5 a. m. Church School. U. S. Branson. Supt. 10:511 a. m. Worship service. Pas- •torls nubject: "Cliur(\imanslr,ip>i 'the choir will sing "Hosanna in Uie Higliest" by Asiiforci. G:45 i). m. .Youth Fellowship meetings. 7:30 p. m. Worship service. Sermon by the pastor. The choir will be heard in a Sacred Cantata, "The Seven Last Words of Christ," by Theodore Dubois. Friday evening, April 23, at 8:00 o'clock. Mr. Jack XVeeks Unor. of Dallas, Texas, will be guest soloist. You are invited to attend the icrvices of this church, where a welcome awaits you I-'UJJ, COSI'EI,. TABERNACLE Lily at Vinci Sis. Clifford L. Tbnrkcr, p.istnr Sunday School. 9:45. Preaching, 11:00. Junior P. Y. P. A., 6:M>. Senior P. Y. p. A., 7:00. Evangelistic Service, 8:00. Midweek services. Young People's .service-Tuesday niglit-8:00. Prayer meeting-, BibJe study—Friday night—8:00 ASSEMBLY OF GOD CIIUKCII Seventh anil Ash Street Rev. II. c. Simms, puslor Sunday School, 3:45 a. in. Morning Worship, 11:00 a . m Radio Program, 2:00 p ni C. A. Class, 0:45 p. m. Optimists Suspend iliTMA O. (U.P.)—Rccause its members aren't optimistic. ;1 tfimt j members aren't optimistic about building up its rolls during the war, i the Lima Optimist Club hns sus-' pendcd for the duration. An Important Announcement Concerning I''007) H A T I 0 N I N G I Although ft is unlikely that the new Government program of rationing will mean actual hunger for us at home--it mny mean that many will suffer from a VITAMIN DEFICIENCY caused by unbalanced meals — unless their diet is supplemented with .concentrated vitamins. If you will stop at our store, we will be liapuy to recommend the vitamins which will balance your daily rctniiremcnts. Wood's Drug Store I1LVTIIKVII.I.E, AKK. — - CIIUKCI1 Main al .Si.vlh II. S. lijiirii, .minister •Bible -School, 0:45. An attendance goal has been .set t o j, c ' leiichctl by Easier Sunday. Everyone k Invited to attend (his c i uircu school if he is not in some oilier. •Horning ivarrhip, 10:50 'r'hls begins the pre-Easter .special service* of ivor.ship mid preaching in mem cry and appreciation of the passion of our Lord. Tlie sermon su) will be "Tlic Central Reality' Universe.',' The children's choir under the direction of MLss Unoro Swcaringen. will .sing the call to worship "This is the Day," and a song lo observe Ihe Triumphal En try of Christ' into Jerusalem "Hosanna. laid Hosannn!" ' Evening worship"":4a. At tfiis second of Ihe special services Miss Shirley Barliam will be at tbe organ with a medley of Christian hymns. Miss Margaret Shaver will mlei'lirel I'lockhor.st's "Tlie Tri umphai Entry." The sermon subject will be, "Make Christ King Keen Christ King!" Such services will conliniii! through this week. Eicli night, at 7.4a for your inspiration and challenge there will be fifteen minutes of organ music, an interpretation of one of (he great art masterpieces illustrating the la.st week of Christ's life, and other devotional music and readings. You arc cordially invited. ' The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COLD RAY, flic mottcni scientific wave. NO Ill-ill—No machines. Drop i,, for details. MARGARET'S HKAUTY SF10I>. JOJ S. Kiisl I'hoiic ZS3IJ Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 ' Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN »:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. -1:30 p.m. Saturday GREAT ACTION PICTURE OF THE YEARI Serial "Perils of Nyoka" No. Z and Short. Con. Showing S:it'd:i.y 1:00 lo 11.-.10 Sunday & Monday For Light, Fluffy BISCUITS Insist On SHI BLEY'S Best Flour Your Grocer Has It! 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