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PAGE TWO BI.YTHKVILLE, (ATlK.T COURIER NEWS Society Calendar The woman's missionary society of the First Methodist clnirch wilj mcsl nt tl'j church for Hit fludy with Mrs. Ir.i Gray .is tender- The woman's auxiliary of tin.' First Presbyterian church will have Ire Bible study nt HIP home o( Mrs. Marsh M. Callaway. Circles of the woman's missionary union cf tr.? First jt?.;> --I church wit have circle meeting, in these homes: circle 1, nt the church; 2. Mrs. R. L. Roedcr: 3, Mrs. Sam Hall; 4. Mrs. H A. Livingston; 5, Mrs. Marlon Williams. They Made a Canvas Miss Mahmi Is Glvi-n | llridte Luncheon, Shower ' Miss Margaret Mah.ui. whose ap: [ preaching marriage to Mr. James•'• Hickinan P..?ll on Tuesday iins been . Ihe Inspiration tor :i number of'., delightful affairs in ;hc past Im^ days, was complimeicd wiili ai- bridge luncheon and fhowcr Friday i given by Mrs. Elton W. Klrby and : Mrs. Harry Kirby. Tlie 24 guests were served an appetizing three course menu at ta-1 bles prettily arrauccd wilh a deep : pink color motif- At Ihe lai'Rc la- b'i Ihe centerpiece for the lace covered table was swectpcas and snapdragons wilh a base of foil- 1 age. Rock crystal glassware was | •used. The small tables had for their centorplcr.?s silver bud vnses ol swcelpcas ant! lace fern and there were Bridal place cards. Spring blossoms in deep pink and while, mixed wilh snapdragons and swcelpcas, were in silver baskets for other decorations in Uic two rooms. In the bridge games which fol- iowcd Mrs. J. A. Lcoch won tho j K O ; £ high score prize, a rock crystal compote, and the cut prize, balh powder, went lo Miss Grace Webb. The guest of honor was given a miscellaneous shower of Inlcrcst- ing gifts, Inclucdcd in Ihose present were Mrs. Joslah G.- Fort it Clarksville. Bits of News Mnstly Personal Mrs. H. N. Swcarengcn and ton, t'cfncr of Second and Vine Streets . . , There will be preaching at the church Saturday evening, 7:30 p, m. The Rev. W .A. Foster of Ca- ruthmvllle, Mo., wll preach and also Sunday at. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. We are expecting a great time nt ihese services. Mr. Dooly will favor us with social music. Sunday school, 0:30 a.-m. We have classes and teachers to suit ^WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON =* FIRST CHURCH OF TUB NA/AltKNt ^SATURDAY, MARCH .2l,_Jfl31y- Use and Abuse of God's Gifts i i .-, i iii - - • n« i fc, kiuo.x;o til 111 l^rtl-1IC1 C 1. N. Jr.. arc spending the weekend all ages, C. E Cobb Supt n Gicnadall Miss., with Mr. Preaching, 11 a. m. Swcarcn.en's mother. Miss Lois Davis, who has been t|uitc 111 from Influenza, Is now micH Improved. Mrs. J. A. 'Has:, and her sister, Mrs. W. T. Crowder of Armorel, spent yesltrdny at Brookland, Ark. with Ihelr aunt. Mrs, Willie M. Cox has returned from CnruthersvlllD where she spent a week In Ihe afternoon nt 2:30 the Nazarenc young people will meet at Half Moon church', 7 miles west of Blythevllle, for a special service Ihe Hev. Harmon Holt one of our young Nazarene Ministers, will preach at this service. Prayer meeting at the church Wednesday, 7:30 p, m. Brother Evans will conduct this service. Choir practice at thc church Mrs. Myrtle M. Bourland and Fildayi 7;30 p . m T,,. Rev Har . daughter, Jeanne, are 111 from in- flutii2a at llieir home on Chickasawba avenue- SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN men Holt, choir director. uropeaii arlisls lound exotic beauty between .the pages cf Ameilca's social register, as these portraits now oiv exhibition in New York reveal. Mrs. Edgar Scott of New York :nnd Philadelphia Is .hovii iipiier left, In. a colorful painting by August John of England. Miss Nancy Yullle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, B. Yuille of New York, ls-5p.ii upper right in 1 a demure i»sc as she'appeared; to'.Eorlne, famous Russian artist. The sophisticated porlrayal of Msrjoric Oel- To'nn'"sister ~ot the bride'eicet, nnd! rlchs. lower Iclt, Is the work of Foujlta. and Savcly Sorlnc painted Miss Mary Elizabeth' Dinning, oflth; charming picture of Mrs. David Bruce, lower, right, daughter ot Helena, guest of Mrs. W. B. Tan- Secrelarf of Ihe Treasury Andrew 'Mellon. "Hoch Der Charlie"! ASSEMBLY OF WOD'S CHURCH It. A. Work, Pastor South Lilly Street Sunday school, 9:45 a. in. Morning worship, llo 'clock. Evening prate and sermon, 7:30 o'clock. Prayer services Monday morning 9 o'clock, at the home of the pastor and Friday church. night at the ner. • * • Public Invited (o A Musical Program. Paul Sehultz, a graduate of thc music department of Henderson- Brown 'college; and winner of the master scholarship from thc Theodore Bohlman school of Memphis this year, will give n musical pro- Eram at the Woman's club Sunday afternoon. 3:30 o'clock. He Is to be assisted by several local musicians who will sing and play.! Tlie program is free. • * • • Slate Ofictr Will IV. Here. Mrs. Amy E.. Stutlle of Pocahontas, grand worthy matron of llic| Order of Eastern Star, will be in j Ihis city Monday afternoon for a i meeting with thc local organiza- j lion before going to Osccola Ihatj evening for a special meeiing. Son Born. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Porter announce the birth of a son Friday j afternoon. The baby, who weighs: eight pounds, has been named Wll- I liam Jesse Lee Porter. The mother I and baby are at the lamily residence, 1203 Holly street.: * * • Class Wants Gcod Attendance. Thc Dorcas Sunday school class of the First Baptist church is endeavoring lo have a good attendance tomorrow. Mrs. A. Wert. president, and Mrs. Ira Hal?y,j teacher, are urging all mem'-i:., -.o| attend. * • « CLiss Leads in Conlcsl. Germany on Ills vacation tciir of Europe. Hero you see'the smiling The Beta Chi Sunday school class u,ni* rnmcfUin -iiis u-r\rtri fon-,ni,c ,i«vi,,, ;,-u i t. • of thc First Presbyterian church " 1UC Comcdl3n ' llls "oriel-famous (lcrbv . h - ld nlolt m on -. h(l[ , t| „,,„ familiar.cano in thc.other, as he was born on thc shoulders ol digs of admirers who welcomed htm on his 1JY SISTER MARY NEA Service Writer Spice cakes have a strong npp.al In cold weather. They arc usually economical to make, for thc distinctive spice flavor makes it possible lo use oilier shortening t'lnn butter. Exacting cooks demand bul- ter for Ihelr cakes on account of Ihe "taste of the crumb," but other shortenings produce just as deli- clously rich cakes at much less cost and con be used to advantage in spice cakes particularly. • Since spice is such an imporunr factor in spice cakes it should be given careful consideration. Ot course freshly ground spice has the best and strongest flavor, but few housekeepers attempt to grind or crush their own spices these days. Pepper and nutmeg are the only exceptions. The small pepper grinders r.re ]»pular in many homes for use on Ihe. table as well as In the kitchen ,and of course the proverbial nutmeg grater Is included in nearly every kilclisn equipment. Spice always must, be kep: iii Closely covered container's. Eilhep buy small quantities at a tlmo or put into the regular container only as much as wilt be u.c-ri in a few weeks, storing Uic rcsl In an air- light container and removing the supply as needed. The following rule lor spice cake Is given in reply to a request. The j cake makes a delicious desert to :serve alone with coffee for an Informal luncheon. Four eggs. IVi cups brown sugar, 3 teaspoons baking powder. 2>cups flour, li cup butter, 1 cup sweet milk, 1 teaspoon cinnamoil', 1-8 icaspoon cloves, 'i teaspoon salt. Roll sugar on molding board. Crcnm butter and beat in sugar. Save whites oJ three csgs for frost- ng. Beat one whole CUB and yolks of three eggs until very light nnci beat Into first mixture. Mix and ift Hour, salt, spices and baking powder ami add alternately with milk to first mixture. Turn into a buttered and floured dripping pan and bake 30 minutes in a moderate oven. Let coot slightly and cover with (he following frosting. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH P. Q. Rorie, Pastor Sunday school, 9:4.1 a. m. Church, It a. in. Sermon by (he pastor. Senior. Hy and Junior League, 0:30 p. m Church, 7:30 p. m. Thc young people will be in charge of the service. Prayer meeiing, Wednesday, 1:30 p. in. Choir rehearsal, Wednesday, 8:15 p. m. Thc International Uniform Sunday School LMKOD for M»rch 22. The U« and Abuse ol Ciod's GlfU. Lulio 12:10-21, 41-48. • BY WM. E. GILROV, I). D. Editor ut The Conp-etatlorullst There arc few more Instructive passages concerning a comman sense recognition of the 'real values of life than this which we have been disposed to call "Ihe parable ol the rich fool." As a maltcr of fact, the whole iignlflcance of the parable lies In he fact that, according to ordinary itandards and ideas, the farmer in he parable was quite the opposite of a fool. He was the sort of man :hat today we would call "hardheaded," "shrewd," "successful." He would be set up as a sort of efficiency expert In his own field of work, and men would polnl to what he had achieved as a conspicuous example of what a man could do who really devoted himself to his task and went about it in Ihe right way. Yet Jesus said that this man had left out of his reckoning the most important thing of all; he had failed to take into account the important maltcr of his own life. Applies to Modern Mm With what sweeping power of application Ihis parable of Jesus comes to the lives of men today! It is mistake to suppose that this and successful farmer was necessarily a man of Immoral character. There is nothing in the narrative to Indicate that he wr.s at all different from any other materially successful man, His ground had brought "Hcchs"'and hals liew through the air when Charlie Chaplin.-visited yet leads in the contest which is t -Medrich- class it making aU_:sip!s to have j a record'attendance tomorrow. |_ Pritsl-riucklcy. j Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Buckley a re I loday announcing the marriauc of ; . their daughter, Kathryn.- lo Mr. I William Eugene Priest, son of Mr.' and Mrs. John Priest. The wedding! was solemnized at Marion Wcdnes- j day night. The attractive bride and br:ds- : ; groom kit today for O^eriSboro,' Ky.. where they will make their, home. i Mrs. Priest, who has lived her:-; for a number of years, attend? 1 ! the city high school: The bride-1 groom received his later education J at thc Kentucky State Teacher, i college at Bowling Green i • » • ' . I Fralcinily Has Dance. I The Delta Thela chapter of rhE| Kappa Alpha Phi fraternity spoil-1 sored a dance at thc Woman's | club last evening. Jinimie IJoyd jr.. j and hU orchestra furnished tlv2J music for tho 40 couples present. | Included In the guests were vts-i itors from Osccola, Luxora, Para-1 gould, Dell, Stcelc, Caruthersville and Hayti. Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Crawfo?! were chaperones. slr.issc station,-Berlin llonoml for Oucsl of.Man's Origin Whiles sugar. Frosting c »_5, I 1 :: Clips brOU'll PLAINTIFF HALTS SUIT SEATTLE, (UP)—Trial of a u.i,-i ally halted when thc plaintiff, Ed-! ward W. Waggoner, collapsed on! the''witness stand. Waggoner was attempting to collect ., his SIO.OM Insurance .on the grounds that he is permanently disabled as a result of army service. Koll sugar on molding board. Boat whites o! eggs on a big pla'.lcr will a wire whisk until stilT ami dry Beat sugar inlo eggs and pile 01 cnkc. Put into a hot oven to browr the frosting. Daily Menu BREAKFAST—Baked apples, ce real, cream, country sausage, corn meal pancakes, new maple syrit|: milk. cofTee. LUNCHEON -Black bean sou; j toasted crackers, new carrot salat graham rolls, spice cake, milk, cof fee. DINNER—Baked halibut steak with bread dressing, iiolatoes gratin, buttered cauliflower, endiv salad, poach fritters, milk, coflcc. Chapman Andrews was awarded thc ninth Hubbard Medal-the highest honor of the National Geographic Society—at ceremonies in Washington. .He is shov.n litre, right, as he received the coveted prize frcra Bry. Gilbert Grosvenor. president. ol the society. The incrtal was given to -him specifically for hu quest • of man's ori;;lu In remote areas of-the Gob! Desert-in Mongolia, Montana's Big Gas Project Starts in Sprin; BUTTE. Mont. iUl>i—The great est Montana construction projec since the pioneering of the trail' continent!)! railroads—thc t.vppin of northern Montana BUS fitl.s f< the industries and cities of souti crn Montana— will get mulcr wa Ihis spring. Coinracls were signed recent betwe-cn thc Anaconda Ccpp?r Mil ing Company and tho Moiuat Power Company and Louis 1J. (Tip O'Ncil. T.h projram includes the cxpei ditinv c.1 between S10.000.00d .11 $12,000.000 in pipeline coiMruc and additional millions «ill -M>eiil in laying a distribution sy tern tclwcen southern Montai cities and in creeling booslcr st lions. While tho bulk of the gas will u.'cd by the copper industry at tl- Anaconda operations, the rules liutte. Anaconda. Ueer I^d^e. L tngston and Bozemnn will be scr ed also. • Courier News Want Acis Pay, is a. rich 1 IRI3T1AN SCIENCE CIIUKCI "Matter" is the subject of thc esson-Sermon to be read in the iristlan Science service on Siin- y, March 2"2nd. The Golden Text Is, "I am tl:e ird; that is my name: and niV ory will I not give to another, t-Hher my praise to graven )m- ;cs." (Isaiah 42:8). Among the citations Jon the ible Is the following: "Th? king jake, and said, Is not this great abylon. that I have built for the ouse of thc klngcVn by the Ight of my power, and for the. onour of my majesty? While the ord was in 'the kings mouth, lere fell a voice fr jir. heaven, tying, O King Nebuchadnezzar, to ice it is spoken; The kingdom is epartcd from thce." (Dani2l 4:'JO ). Services are held at the Hotel oblc at 11 a. m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURi;!! cincr Walnut ;tn& Eightn Sis Alfred S. Harwell, Pa,tur Sunday school meets at 0:45 a . U w. Mullins, superintended B. Y. P. U.'s will meet at 8:15 m. Miss Luna Wilhelm, director, Preaching by thc pastor at II a i. nnd 7:45 p. m. Morning subect: "The Beginning of the O05- el in Europe." This message is honor of the Business and rofcssional Women who will be ur guests at the eleven o'clock our. Evening subject: "Sin Self-Rct- ibutivc." Sunday school officers and eachers meet Wednesday at 7:45 m. Midweek prayer service meets Vcdnesday at 7:45 p. m. Choir rehearsal Thursday at 7:30 in. Mrs. Paul Tipton, leader. Beginning Monday afternoon and mining through Friday our ladie, vill conduct cottage prayer meet cs in the interest of the reviva which begins Sunday, March 20 .et as many of our ladies attend heso meetings as possible. Let us try for 400 in Sundaj chool tomorrow and for 5300 oi ering. forth great harvests, and naturally he felt the need of building larger barns in which to bestow his goods. There was not a. thing that he di'd that did not seem reasonable and very proper under the circumstances. He naturally cherished the idea of enjoying his success and his competency |as ». reward Jor all his labor, and lie looked forward to a time of ease and comparative luxury in retirement. But in all is, good economist as he seemed be, he had left out the mrwt- iportant economic factor of all. e forget so often that a man's life an economic factor, that when alh ccmes It may change every- ing that he has built up and ev- ything that he has planned. The appearance in our English ible of the word "soul" gives a Jinewhat mistaken significance. he word in tho original that Is anslated "soul" is the word most ommonly used for the material fe, the fleshly and bodily existence s distinguished from tr.b spirit 50; that what Jesus meant here as not that this man had lost his oul in eternal ruin, but that ad in all his apparent sagacity eglccted the meaning of his own xistcnce. He had gone ahead ant Innned everything as If death were ot a factor to be taken Into ac- ount at all. His possessions and is plans were all selfish and of a orl that death destroyed, and ii sregarding the limitations of his wn lite he had practically thrown is lite away. Worthless, Without Stoning Is it not just as true as it was i thc day of Jesus that "so is lat layeth up treasure for hlm- «lf. and is not rich toward God"? man docs not need to be a great inner to make his life futile and Imost worthless. He can do tiiat y failing to put a proper value on is life and by not using it for the uiMing up of things that cannot x. destroyed by moth and rusl. It is Ihis same lesson of the wise FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCI Mnrsh M. Callawny, Pastor Sabbath school 3:45. T?ay Wor hlngton. Superintendent. Morning worbhp, 11:00 o'clock Sermon subject "A Praying King' Evening worship. 7:30 p. m. Ser moil by pastor. Christian Endeavor. 0:30 p. n Miss ,J?an Dtliammty leader. Prayer meeting Wednesday eve ii)- 7:30 p. in. "I was glad when they said Ic s go Into the house of the Lord CLASSIFIED USE'PBQNE Text: Luke 12:16-21, U-4S ;'And-he spake a parable unto them, saying, The ground of a certain ridi irian brought forth plentifully: -.And he thought within himself, saying, What shall I do, bacause 1" have .no room where to bestow my fruits? And he said, This will I do; I will pull down my barns, and build greater; and there will I bestow all my fruits and my gcods. 'And I will say to my soul. Soul, thou hast, much seeds laid up for many years; take thine ease, eat, drink, and be merry. But God said unto him, Thou fool, this night, thy soul shall b" require-d of Ihee: then whose shall those things be, which thou hast, provided. So is he that layeth up ireasuro for himself, and is r.o*. rich toward Gcd. Then Peter said unto him, Lord, speakcst thou this parabh unto us, or evpn to all? And the Lord said, Who then is that faithful and wise steward, whom his Lord shall make ruler over his household, to give them their portion of meat in due season? Blessed is that servant, whom his lord when he Cometh shall find so .doing. ' Of a truth I say unto you, that he will make him ruler : ,'qver all that he hath. .1 But and if that servant say in Ins heart, My Lord: d-lavcthYrira • coming; and shall begin 1 lo beat the menservants and maidens, and to cat and drink, and to'be drunken; Thc lord of that servant will come in a day whin he lookcUi r.o*. for him," and at an hour when ; he is not aware, and will cut him 111 sunder, and will appoint him his portion with thc unbelievers. And that servant, which knew his lord's will, and prepared no! himself, neither did according to his will, shall be beaten '.vuh many slrip-s. But he .that knew not, and did not. commit things worthy of stripes, shall be beaten with few stripe.. For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall be much required: and to whom men have committed much, or him they will ask tho niorL\ and proper use of the ordinary.it; and he clinched its teaching, in gifts of life and ol liuninn facullies : thc plain elemental truth regard- ant! powers that is emphasized in the parable of ti-.c steward and his servants. Here, fortunately, we have the application given by Jesus him- sell in reply to Peter's question. Peter wondered whether this was a special parable for thc disciples or whether it was for everybody. Jesus did rot answer directly, bui he said, in clleci. that the parable was for anybody who could profit by | ing privilege and responsibility that "to whomsoever much is oiv?n, of him shall much re require:!; and .to whom they commit much, of him will they,ask the more." That, is as much good sense as it Li sound religion. It was tiic distinction of Jesus that he taught in religion the things that stand ir.c lest in thc realm of comm™ sens.; and sound judgment. BRIDGE must win (his crick with his kins but t he rcina i n d cr of ih c t ricks arc East's anct West's for a to;> score. Debating Trams Scut Soulli BY EDWARD C. WOLFE ] cards with great caution p.-rlicu- PHILADELPHIA. (UPi- Tempb tcmbcrof the. National Champion-i larly when it bcco-nes necessary to! Ulliversit -y *'"' se " d :ivo Anting ship Auction Team j make his exit at the p-oiwr mo ! tcams to tl!e soiul1 ' Onc c - ; "" :;srcl This Is the I7th of a series of W ment. Tlie expert usually «h n ...* '• of nlcn wil1 lncet ' thc University..^ 'rearranged bridge hands played by his skill . - - - toward the end of the -Icveland experts to test their skill i hand, when all the outs'.andin" n the play of difficult hands. j cards have been located = Fortunately the bidding of this Against a no trump declaration land docs not involve any situa-! one should always return his part- ions worthy of consideration. All (Hers lead unless the expos-d hand Vest players bid one no trump as'ihuws thc futility of doing so. Of he hand is much too strotii; lo i course the world "always" should even consider two no trump.. I never be used in bridge, except it Richmond, Wake Forrest and William and Mary CclU'g;. Tiic other, composed ot women, will d-bate wilh William and Mary. University- of Richmond and American University, Washington. RAVENS KILL SIIKKl- WEST— DECLARER S-A-K H-A-0-3 C—A.7- 5-2 C— A-K- 0-9 ^ NORTH S—10-6-2 H—K-8-2 D—X-10-6-4-3 C—10-5 SOUTH-OEAUR EASY- DUMMY 5-0-85-3 K-l-95-4 >- ,bc to adhere to the laws and ethics! HOQU1AM. Wash., (UP> — Prc- [of the game. ! datory ravens have killed more i One obslinalc South plavcr. how- j sheep in the Hoh River Vullcy tli-'-n ever, after winning the first dia- j cougars, according to ranchers. The mend trick, threw the monkey | birds fly low and pluck an ll'-o wrench into Ihe machinery by re- i eyes of lambs and finally kill tiie lurning a club. In Ihat event a • helpless animals. They are tco wir^ continuation of the clubs by West to be fooled by scarecrows, forces North into discards, and as H-10-7-B ..-, *'' - D-fl-l-8 i-Cit t-J-74 ' Against the no trump, the declarer finds no avenue open by i'hlch to enter dummy so is forced Into maneuvering for thc purpose of Inviting opponent to lead inlo nis major lenace. Thc diamond four Is opened and South is allowed lo hold Uic first trick wllh his jack and thc second Irlck wilh his queen but thc third diamond lead Is stopped with the ace. Four clubs and two good .stxicies arc run and then the declarer exits with his Inst small diamond. North wins and Is forced to lead tlie desired hearts for Ihe Imal two tricks and game. The declarer must play his West still retains the ace of diamonds he is in n position after ' MATERNITY HOSPITAI^-Frr an- fort-male girls: secluded priuue, rates reasonable. For inloir.iation . . , . , . cashing his two good spades to i , vr j tc rajrmoimt Hospital. -1311 lead the queen o' hearts. Norlh 27th. Kansas City, Missouri. 666 LIQUID OR TABLETS Cure Colds, Headaches, Fevci 666 SALVE Cures Baby's Cold ^Jn any fangua(fef\ SUPERIOR COAL CO. Cherry £ Railroad Phone 123

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