' Social Calendar P" MONDAY^ EVENTS ! oman's Missionary Union rl ' Baptist Omreh to bsve and sccial meeting's a I urrh, 2 '38 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Eoclcly of ;F1rst Melliodisl 'Church nioel? | ' church, 2 30 o'clock St Stephen's Episcopal liild will meet at 2 30 o'clock fch Mrs Jolu? Bljtho. TUESDAY'S EVENTS YoungTMalrou's club mecls with Jesse Taylor. Tuesday cjub weeU ullji Mrs jtcr _C. §inis WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS |We4ne<day club meek v,llh Mis A Cunningham. fsudbury P. T. A. executive board cling at school nl 2 30 o'clock ijular meeting at 3 o'clock TKUR6SDAYS EVENTS iThursday Luncheon club meet' Ui Mrs. Ru-acll Phillips Thursday Contract club meet: lib Mrs G G Caudlll |ThuRday Bridge club iiieels »KI Ley Welch Today's Bride fany Oft o! Tonn ,Ue*i4 Pancf lAjTnoug &«• out of town people liq attended the New Year's Evi luce last night, at Uiu countrj •ub were Mr nntl Mrs. Hauj Btton ol Oieenwood, Miss, wh tc vifiting friends here: Mis fary Virginia Arnold of Memphis pusefruest, Of Ehelton Hall, Mr id Mrs. Marvin Bailey of LUtl housejjuesls of Mr and Mrt W.' McCutchen; . Miss Carolyi unavent of Mempliis houseguos Mr and Mrs John Miles Mil Mi. and Mrs Allen Huddle Ion of BrinUey; Mr. nnd Mrs ucc IA.V, Mr and Mrs Hal ok-ron, Mr and Mis S Davi * Osceola. Mr nnd Mrs Em |rdss of Wilson; Mi nnd Mis xtei Southern and Miss Sinitl 1 Mr Hollenbach of Sleele Mr and Mrs Ralph Hulclun fen of carut hero illc. F'ljiere were 125 present nt th 'ance. Music nas furnished by Pe 1 burke and Ins orcliestra fr_pn Hemphls * « * tnior Chair lias Watch Tarty : The members of •> me Junn hoir of the Hrst Presbyteiia bhurch had a watch night par [it "the Woman's club last nigl , There \\crc 65 membcis -u uests piesent, who plajcd gam Binder the direction of the Rev ><H. Salmon Mrs Ch.ules Bright, '.or' of the choir andi her at, Mrs Alley Green of Cn- uthprsville, sponsored the parly Shortly before midnight u de- ;iotional was neld to usher In >Jie New Year Exccnlfic Board yr, M. y. MIOM Members o£ Uie cxccullve,~bovd if 7 lhc Women'': Missionary Un|ion of the First Baptist church Imet 'yesterday afternoon In the [home of Mrs H II Brooks, the ie\i president Mr« Waller Blsiiop outlined uie [duties of each cHicer diirlni jeai gnd work Mas [ ned for that time Brooks scoed a I course to the 13 present. Manila j Society — Personal Bits of News Mostly Personal MiiH Wancy Klrsidmer will re I urn to Payttterille, Ark., today where Khe will resume her etudie nt the Univeralty. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Chap msu), this cc St. Louis, cune lo visit Mr. Mrs, Matt Monaghanj ,onc family, Mr. and . Mis. fcrnicrly lived here. J. C. Lowe and son, SATURDAY, JANUARY' 1, 1933. II.CiKIM l.UTHKRAN 'CIIIJKCJI Si\lli and Walnut Streets ' II. 3. KlelRdlrnit, I'ustor Sunday v School 0;a.m. Morning -worship, 10 a.m. Scr- mbJi subject: "rjiriite Counsel Jui the NOV Yc»r." Hear pr. Maicr'. speak on "Spiritual D«v<4ioQs in the Home" 3:30 p.m. dvter Mutual network. Tune In' KLCN, ; .Instruction class", meets Monday and Thursday 3:30 tj.in. Resolve to worship God rcgii larly during 1933 at home and ii church. "Blessed arc (hoy tlia bear the Word of God mid kce< it," Luke.; 1,1 : , .28. , Miss Lillian Dietrich, whose wedding to Dr. Joe E. Bcasley will lak place this afternoon nt 5 o'clock nt the First Presbytcrinn 'church. FIRST. METHOniS'J' CHl'KfH : H. Lynn Wadr, Pastor ; 8;^ K., Oarrett, Supt. , Sunday -' services' begin cl 9:^ sjth Siinda.y School.: 10:65 iircach ing servloc. The, |tal Buticla'y i the! month Is Communion Sim day, Tliiu service is open to :i »-ho love the Lord and consldi. Him as Father. Miss Betty Jean Hill will sin •The Old Bugged Cross." Al the evening service the Pa^ tor's subject -u-ill be "Why I Lii People," Special music will L Jlirnished by Mrs. D. C. Soutl ci-land aad Mr. C. W. Gltapie i a ' duet. The following sen-Ices of tl who fins been visiting ijere a coining vucek are announced: Moi week. , . . I day. Jan. 3 at 2:30, Missionary Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Meetwood] at I'-M- Stewards, Tuesday, Ja nad cJiildron have returned to-'*, a * 7:30 pju.. tlie Board i nnd Mrs, M. T. Moon will go' tc ' Memphis tomorrow to visit Mrs Lo»e who is In the Meniphl Mcibcdlxl hospplUI, 'Mi', imd Mrs. Baiter Wilson have as their gucsti; over tlie week end Mr. aud Mrs. Horace Harwell jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Harwell sr., and Mr. and Mrs. George; Hctie, all of Memphis. Mrs. Harwell Jr., Is Mrs. Wilson's sister. Oil their return tomorrow night I hoy will be accompanied by Mrs. Wilton's father, Chester E. Crews, Luxora Society — Personal Mason n n (I Eastern Star members cf Blyllicvlllc. Parties among the younger set tijs. week have afforded much loliday enjoyment. On Wednesday :vw)i.ng, Ditsy Sljiman had as her O uc.st3 fpr iv Bingo and . Bunco ' Marvin Clurence Billy 'Langston, jpami, Layltvy Bovyen, Compliment Mr. and Mrs. Nichols Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Langston were hosts Wednesday evening xvith a six o'clock . bridgc-dinnea- Hi special Compliment to Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Nichols. Guests for. the evening were .Mr. and Mrs, R. L. Houck, Mr. and l!rs. 'Jesse Brown, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. D, Wilkins, Dr. nntl Mrs, T. P. HXulson, "'Wr. ' iind Mrs. EtlsscU cowen,'Mr'.' e riml Blrs. Charlie lih;' and Miss Dolly Goswlch. A hovel' feature lor the selec- ;lou of prizes for (ho bridge games resulted ' In everyone nt the end the several progressions holding prlzj. Upon, arrival, each guest •-elected the prize the fiamc. number of llibir livl.ly card.-and at the end of : -c,ach progression, the high score at'that tablo had liio prlvil- egc of excliangiug their prize loi more : 'desirable oiic jrcm the ij at.;, the: next table. At' tlie tnd of Ihe' progressions, no one i-.eiri the same prize that Ihcy hck iil.tho ccgihrilng. «' » l; Give Dinner Fatly, Mr. ami Mrs. Jesse. Brown ha< Ihclr. dinner gues.ls Thursda: their home In MernpWs after a lew days' visit here with J. P. Al-' iisoii and lamilyj Mrs. Huthcrton and daughter, Mmtha, Imvc returned from Scl- :nn nnd Fayclte, Ala., where they spent Christmas ivllli j«latlve«. : Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Hobgopd have returned from Glllam, Ark., where they were the guests of relatives over Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hall have returned hcme after spending ilirlstmiis In Memphis nnri Ken- nctt with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Johnson of Oklahoma City, Okla., wci« guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Crawford Frances Livcrant, and red Ccorge. In the Bingo game, tbe girls' prize went to Prances Ltvcfnnt, and In the bunco game, Marvin Spann came out ahead. Ditsy was assisted by her mother nnd sister, Pegg5 r , in serving snncl- wlclics, cooklen, nnri cociv cola. Tliursday evening clarence 3r,iwford jr., wn.s host to, nine of ills friend:; to help him 'cclebmte liic birthday. The guest list in- cliidert Jane Rlchnrcls, Dllsy Sillman, Binnces Livcrant, Laylaj Eowcn, f pi) tin, Billic Ned Lnngston, Marvin Fardcecey, Fred ciristian Education. Wcdnesdn 7:30 p.m., Prayer Meeting led lhc To Hold Revival' ic topic announce*! for llic ser- 1011 In l!ic evening worship service t 7:30. Our Junior Choir will sing. Sunday Church School at 9:45 .in., and (he Juniors' and Pioneers' csjxjr services at 6:45 p.m. toin- 'lete the day's program. ASSEMBLY OF COI) CHVMCH N. M Klwdes, pastor fl:45 a.m., Sunday school H a.m., Momjug worship 4:30 p.m., Jail service I--JU i>.m,. Junior Christ Ambas- iatlor class U'.ao iijn., Suiiior Christ Ambas- iador class 7:45 p.m., Evangelistic service The public Is cordially Invited to iltcnd these services. We also linvc services evcrs Tuesday an<l Frkluy nlt'hls and stranger who may wisli to com Is Invited. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES . 708 W. MsUn "Cod" is the subject ol the Lcs- san-gtrincn wlilch will be read in all churches ol Christ, Sciea- tist, on Sunday, January 2, 1<W8. Tlie Golden Text Is "Thy way, O Gcd, is in the sanctuary: who , Is so great a God as our Goti't" evangelist from Kentucky, will be' Pm!nvi 17-13 Among 'tli'o citations which The Rev. C. B. Fu?ett, traveling spending Christmas with relatives. Miss Herrln spent the holidays In Searcy, Miss Greenhaw In 'ruckennann. O. U. Bryailt, Qf Licking, Mo- and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Williamson of Toledo, ., have been called to jibe bedside, of Mrs. Bryant, who Is critically 111 at. the home of her daughter here, Mrs. Paul Wggiun Miss Aillce- Wilford -is spending the holiday seacon wrth her par- oils, Uie Rev. and Mrs. Wilford of Joueslxwo. ' The Rev. T. Bargcr has as guests Uu's week , the Rev. ajiU Mrs. Vernon Bradley of Memphis, and Miss Louanne McCaslIn of Nashville, Tcnn. Henry Milliom jr., Is visiting In lie home of his grandparents Mr ana Mrs. K, W. Chapman of Yarbro. Colonel Lawrence Westbrook of Washington, D. G,, management counsel for Dycss Colony Inc. Floyd Sharp, president and H c' Baker, secretary of the Board of Directors of tlie Colony have been here on business this pust week. weeks' revival meeting Church of the Naza- comprise the l<s«on-»'«nnou Is rclle Sunday night. K»Wc McCiillnr the Itllowinu from lhc Bible: "To wi » have «h«vgc ° l l!ie son « sl!r ™ c us there is but one God, the Fa-| Q""ne U'e niectin" ther, ofiwlioui ai'c all tilings, nnd we in him;" 1 Corinthians 8:6. | o'clock. Mrs. T. E. Tute is presi- Thc Lesson-Bcrmon also includes:: dent. A cordial invitation is given the 1 -tc-Uovviug passages from the'! for all to come. Christian Science textbook, "Sel- r i lice and Health with Key to the Corlptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "God Is individual, incorporeal. He is divine Principle, Love, the universal cause, tlie only creator, and there s no other self-existence. Page 331. Mrs. Jesse Rideaour and tcr, Miss Anna, have returned from Kelscr where they visited Mrs. Rldcnoiir'6 sister, Mrs. Bob Robinson, nnd Mr. Robinson over Christmas. Charles digger III is sick from clilckenpox, having become ill yesterday. - . Miss Lillian Dietrich and Dr Joe' K. Bcasley visited in Mcai- phl.S yesterday., '.Mrs. Gusslc Ciupcnlor of Mork- jcd'.Tree,'j who inis been. .visIUng Mr.: and Mrs. J. p. PTlehd.'• will trnvc tomorrow for Dyess where slw will resume leaching.' 'Thursday the District Mission-! ary Institute "will meet at Jones- toro, Jan. e, 1C n.m., to 3 p.m. Choir practice 7:30 p.m. .FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and' Eighth 4 . Alfred Carpenter, Paslor fl:30 n.m., Sunday School. '/'.••to aita,. Moj'ning .W'rrthip. Anthem. "Great Is blic Lord." Sermon, "A Religious Tnke-olT" Pas. >r. <i:30 p.m., Training' Unions. 1:11 p.m.; Eevninc Ecn'ioc. AnOietn, "Tlie Prayer Firfcct," Choir. Sermon, "A New Year's. Sensation," Pastor. . All^Church Night Wednesday. ! T.W p.m., Departmental meet- Ings. 7:3 p.m., Mid-Week Service. p:30 p.m., Choir rehearsal. lK Willie who has been Gr.orRC, and Prentlss Woorts. Much fun was had In pinning tlie toll on the Donkey, In which Jane Richard wns most successful and received a linen handkerchief, nnd Lnylny Bowen, second, and was given n celluloid doll. The bingo games were next called and at the final count, Dlt- sy Sllimiui wns high nnd was given a box of body powder, with Jnne Hlehiml homing second thigh and wns given n key ring. Bunco ended 'lie games for llic evening nncl Ned Fardcecey wns .evening Mr. and Mrs.' w: L. Wai- n 'e'i nnd received handkerchiefs. Iters. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Hires, Mr. I nnd Ln - vla 5' innnins second 'was Und Mrs. Sam Bowcn, Mr. and Bivcn a pin cushion. Clarence WHS \ilis. T. D. Wilkiiis, Mr. and Mrs. assisted by his grandnarcnts, Mr. JK. W. Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. R, C. alltl Mls - s - J - " Miss Edith Tiplon, who haj her tonsils remo\ed Thursday e\emns at SI Bernard's hospital at Jones- I boro, returned home Friday and is f repsrfcd So b e improUng Mr. and Mrs H J McKuman and Miss Claudia yout Invc returned to their horns here after I spending the holidays «ith their J N Hout I parents, Mr. and Mrs i of Tuckerman , . . , . , In serving , Dr, and Mrs. T. P. Hud- lnilt Punch, cookies, sandwiches. son, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Houck. alul candies. • Sir. and Mrs. Cliarlie Mifflin, tind ilj : . aucl Mrs. Russell Bowen. In (lie after-dinner bridge Enmes, Mrs. Sam Bowen held ladies' high icore prte, a pair of madeira pillow cases, high score for men, a At the Hospitals Mrs. ,1. Cecil Lowe ivas (akin to lhc Memphis Mclliodlst lios- clgarcttc case to T p. Wilkins.j_ P i, a i Thursdny and imdcrwent an I- Mrs I^ioiplle McCollough and ] son, Buster, of Flint, Mich arc I spending .a lew dajs mth friends [ awi rela tiies here Mr and Mrs Joe Ashabranncr of Flint, Mich, are spending if lew j davs here with their relatives J J Massey, who has been u"it- ng relatives In Nashville, Tenn., '.returned home Tuesday. Miss Geraldine Boiling of Pocahontas, Ark, is the guest of her . a«nt, Ma Louis Broom and family. Mrs: Lee David who lias been taking treatment in Blythevillc, is reported to be improving -> Lee Miller, who was painfully injured In an automcblle accident Jn/Lula, Miss, last Friday night, receiving a broken rib and severe cuts about the head and face, Is satd.to be resting nicely Miss Clara Grace Fox, \vho h attending, business college in Mem- I»hls,Js spending the hollda>s wiUi )>sr pirents, Mr. and Mrs Rajmond fox Lester Kitner is spending two weeks visiting relatnes in Lake • City M Miss T. D. Wilkins iow ccore, receiving a double deck of cards. * • * iVill Inr'.all Offictrs 'Hie installation of officers for 1938 of'.tlie' .Woman's Missionary Sociely xif the Lvixora Baptist opera lion yesterday from wliteh she is rccoverlns snlisfactorlly. Mr lowc, who went wltli her, ic- turncd yesterday. Her sister, Mrs W. !•'. Coolcy, of Jciner, is will her. Iho.inas A. White, of Caruthersville, is a patisu! In the Me;n- sick from lonsilitis for the past \vcek, Is unimproved. , Mr. and Mrs. Clyrtc Bel jnd two children and Bob and Oris Matthews have returned .to. their homes in Now Orleans after f mST CHRISTIAN CHURCH ' ( Gccrflc W. Paltwsion, - Pastor . fi:45 n.m., Bible schoh . jl. inn., Morning' worship' sci aion .by pastor. . ~ . !p |i*"p'.lii.," Junior Endeavor. ' ••" 5:45. pjii.. Senior Endeavor. T:30 p.m., Et'cning worship, ser- liioii ,by. tlie pastor. jThls. will lie the Rev. Mr. Patterson's first sermon as our pas lor' and every member is urged U bp'. present. 'We most cordially invite ihi r.i|k!ip.. Strangers in our city ;ir - r; — T- ...... „— ... -— .« ..... spending- . Christmas with Mr. and especially invited. We'll try t Mrs. Ed Craig. Mrs. Bob Mnlth- c,vvs returned to New. Orleans IRC- r aJlcr visiling Mr. and Mrs. irnlg. who arc her parenls. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil White of ClarjtsviUe, Ark., arc visiting Mr. make you glad that you came ou VIEST CHIIKCH OF THE NA/ARKNH l>. Braslcj-, pastor White's trotlier, Ben White, and Sunday school, 9:45 'a. m., No Mrs: While, having come yesler- bie McCiillar, superintendent, day. They will retuni home to- Morning worship, u a. in"., scr night, | mon subject, "The Fullness of Re Mtss Elizabeth Ann Wilson will demption". leave tomorrow night for St.) N. Y. P. S.. 7 p. in. Charles, Mo., where she will rc-1- Evening service. 7:30 p. in., ser siimcr her work at Lindenwoodj n:on subject, "A Fntal Resolu ccllesc. rctidcnsl each Wednesday at 11:- n.m. over KI>ON. A cordial invitation is giveii to all to come and worship with us at any of our service. LUXOItA A1ETIIODIST CHURCH James T. Kandlt, pasior Sunday .Schoel lojatu. Mrs. Sue Browu, suiierinteuleii 1 .. Morning worship 11 a.m. Vesper service 5 p.iri Musical prc- lu^^. Mis^ -Sarolce w^Ovl. Kciser, evening worsliip, 1 p.m. Read Courier News Want. Ads. Everything for your erttei* (ainmcnt and comfort. Saturday Only STREET METHODIST CIIUKCH I'. M. Swefl, Taslur Sunday ;;chcol, 0:45 a.m. Worship Service, 10::iO a.m. Young People's meeting, fi:so p. i. If you are not attending Young People's meeting, come lo sure :cme agii Fvcning Service, 'cti have not been . attending church, lasrt the New Year right and come worship with us. Ev- •lytody is cordially invited and vlll receive a hearty welcome. Dyess Petionals Son Born A son was bom 20, at the Dec- jcss Hospital, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Vcrjon Hnmpli- ZINC GREY* sow * Potomounl Plctuw n-6. U you come once you will rics. The baby who Wished eiglit - ( . .. , _ w •me again. ami one hall pounds st birth, has " u " J0 " n "dyne, 7:30 p.m. H t}LH -' u named Charles [franklin. He is the fourth son in] !lie " ' rics family. Miss Gladys Dav. ! cf . of Pine Bluff, is visiting in Ike home of Mls^iontiry Society, Monday, 2:30' her sister. Mrs. O. B,. Gean. p.m., we will meet at the church.l Mr. and Mrs. RoyJFcnnell and Mid-week services, Wednesday, I daughter, Roylinc, iv|:c called to 1:30 p.m. FULL GOSPEL CHURCH W. O, Bingkleiry, pastor Sunday school. 9:45 o'clock Morning worship following Sunday school P v Y. P. A., 0:30 o'clock 'Evangelistic services, 7:30 o'clock Election of Sunday school officers and teachers will be bcld directly nfter Sunday school. Tuesday night' there will be a church board election. All members are urged lo be there. Kails, Tenn., Mondn cause of the serious iliess of Mr. Pemicll's father, K. Mr. and Mrs, Lloi family have returned night be- r. Fenncll. Cox and loin Willow, AltMdHEI, BAPTIST CHURCH C.' It. Bishop, past«r Sunday school at~10 a.m., James Smith, superintendent ucginnlng a sis months study of Mark. Be on time. Preaching at 11 a.m. by lhc pns- »r Baptisl Training Union at R-.30 tor MJss Jean Dark of Charleston,' Wo C!(tpr| d lo everyone an in Mo,, will return home today p.f-l vltaU ° n lo attend the revival 'cr having visited her cousin, M!.«l wlllcl1 bcs '" s Sunday morning, tlic Betly Lee AlcCulchcn, for a few' IJ ? s ™ r P'eadnng until Tuesdny days ' ("iglit. when Uie Evangelist Fugcu Mrs. S. A. Haynes i s seriously ^ bc " resCt>L lo bcgl " his ^ 5ick at the home of her dougllUr,] ' . " lr Miss C 'M J ar iC °Virginl a Arnold, of i™*J*^^™™ 311 ™ Memphis, Is spending the wceVt -- -^'moii, Pastor p.m.. Miss Margaret Pruilt, gen- ei-al director. Preaching at 7:30 o'clock by the pastor, followed by church conference. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7] p.m. We will study the sixth chapter of Revelations. W. M. u. will have business meeting nt church Monday 2:30 Ark., where they spen the holi- davs with Mr. Cox's hi her, W A' Cox. 1 • . Dr. Steve Turner h.-; returned from Paris. Tex., wlier he spent the Christinas season i mil friends I ami relatives. He was Kcompanici home by his sister, ! Mis Lyda Turner, who is s'pcndin; the WTOK here. J Dr. Harry McCormicl: pastor o) the First Baptist churn of Lake Charles, La., spent the} lolidays on liis farm near here. H- returned Wednesday to Lake (Oiarlcs. Miss Mary Wynn Mlier, nurse nt the Dyess. Hospital,' .> spending lhc week end with her narenls in Augusta. Miss Helen jlerrin and Miss Carnelle • Grccnlia;, of tlie hospital staff, have rel-irned from ••K1AVE VOUBIM1H PHOTOGRAPH MADE NOW Satisfactory W"k Lav Fikfs SOUTH WOfTH f^&Ovtr Jee !>**?<''m Hunt & John Mack Brown. Also cartoon and serial "Mysteri- ciJs Pitt," with Frank Hawks. Continuous showing. Admission (ill 5 p.m. We & Me Admission after 5 pjn. 16c * 31c Sunday - Monday MAN BRXTfRBEWEIT XMilllS 01' 1W _. IN TECHNICOLOR Also comedy and Movie Snapshots plus Special News Keel Attrac- Hcii "Capture of Nanking." Also a story of the Paruy Incident- Onfinuous showing Sunday. Admission Sunday, Matinee anrt Night »6c * Me Admission Mon. Matinee lOc & Z6c Admission Men. Night 16c & 36c church will be held Tuesday after- 1 p|i| s Si. Joseph's hospital. noon at two .o'clock ii] the home I M rs . Minllm Shelton. of Slcclc. of Mrs, Charles B., Wood with 1 | s a patient lu Uie Baptist hos- , Mrs. S. J. Smith as the installing jfficer. ...i. Tfce offiC'Srs to be installed arc: Mrs. J. Ivan Mifflii), presirtenf; Mrs. L. P. Flcnuiilng. vice president; Mrs. W. lr. Clark, corrc^- poiSJing secretary: Mrs. Cliarlcp B. Wood, secretary - treasurer. Chairmen, of Committees: Mission study, Mrs.. Charles Evans; personal ; service, Mrs. B. O. Wilkins; publicity, Mrs. Charlie Corkran; stewardship, Mrs. S. J. Smith; pro- | n Memphis. Half Moon News Mrs. Lucl Buck o( Scimtb, Mo., ami Mrs. O,1ic Smith of Holland spent the holidays with their parents. Mr. anrt Mrs, John Oaincs. Mr. nntl Mrs. R. Ii. ffall of Walnut Ridge. Ark., arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. Hill gram. Mrs. John ThweaU,; inter- : , Mr anrt Mrs - B - K - Shellon mediate and Junior counselor t liavc mm ? A to Dycrslmrg. Tenn. Mrs. W. L, Clark sr., and Mrs. W.! Mr ' nnri Mrs - c w - GarrlgBn U Clark Jr.; Sunbeam leader, Mrs. S. J. Smith, assisted by Mrs. B. O. Wilkins; literature, Mrs. W. L Clark. • Counselors for the Baptist training unions are: Mrs. R. L, Houck and Mrs. Charlie Corkran. : • * * Mrs. - Charlie Driver and son, Charles, of Little Rock, spent two Mrs. Sue visiting relatives In Union Clly, Tenn. Mr. aud Mrs. Oliver Grey have gone to Belle City, Mo., to spend lhc holidays with Mr. and Mrs Jess Brake. • Mr. and Mrs. Orval Mitchell have gone lo Hot Springs to spend the holidays with Mrs. Mitchell's parenls. "The Year the Kill" Died," the pastor's New Year message, will be followed Immediately.by the Lord's , Supper in our morning worship Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson is service which begins at 11 o'clock. here „ the guest of Sheiton! Mr r H H n ' ID(1 . Rirs. u. n. will. Ul at her home on Davis avc- ue. Rush and Res Tankeislcy have returned lo tlicif home In LIUlc' Mr. Ross Stevens will give a baritone solo, "The Holy city," by Adams, accompanied on Iflc organ •>'. B. Jryncr. The prelude . nock after sponding the holidays will be "Jmjjromplu ndlgioso" by with Iheir parenls. Mr. mid Mrs.' Armstrong, and tbc ortcrlory "Rc- J. B. Tanherslcy of Lusora. | mcnibmncc" by nar.es. Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Waller] ," 1938 ^ lino Donmil Street" is will leave today .for their homc!~~7T ~7^~ " in Glcndale. Calif. don, nnd W. o. Anthony jr., who C. R. David jr.. who has been ha; been visitiivj hero during the sick from Influenza In the Mem- holidays, plils Baptist hospital, wns tnkcn ij r . R i K | Mr.,. P3nl j 0 ), n $on nnd Mrs. P. M. .Ciimplicll, of 31. Louis iTivcd ycsfciday to the home Thursday. He Is Improved. Cltnrlcs Ramcy or Clifcago arrived yesterday to visit his par-'week end wilh relatives here. Mrs cnls, Mr. and Mrs. c. W. Ha- Carnpbell will vifIt her daughter incy. He will return tonight .ic- Mrs. Tom Boswcll, and Mr. Bos dompaiiicft by his brother, Gor- well. and Mr. ee ws an r. - > , and Mrs. Jack Daugherty have re- °- C: Driver, jr., and Jimmy Pcr- .turned lo their homes In Dallas, after spending a few "'sya relates here. , Mrs. Paul Daughcrty and young son, Van w ""i, are remaining here for a weeks visit. ^ , ,,JBovrard Phillip? of'HOmets- «o, and hu<*and of the tlnl- Columbus, menter returned to school at Jonesboro State college Wednesday after spending tbc holidays with their home folk. ' I Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Wilkins and children B 0 jr, and Ann Claire ha\c spent the week In Jonesboro veiling with Mi. Wilkln's parents. Dr, and Mrs E R. Bogan attended on "Friday'night, the-an- nuail duck supper given by the Scnaloi- MATTIE ,W. CARAWAY - Wishes for every reader of the Courier News n happy and a prosperous x New Year. Qielc&td Dancing Every Niglii Icoin 9 'lil 2 ALAR GREEN ,;,",'„. Plan your New Year's eve p?rty now and come 1° fhe Crescent. Dance the old year out avid the New Year in. Floor Show New Year's Eve . '' Cover Charge JOc per - couple ' Try one of our Hoi I'll Karbcctie Tasty Sandwiches, Electric Cooked Steaks and Fried Chiclten at all hoiirri Highway 61 at Holland, Mo. For Resen-aiions Ca)| Holland 17 Enjoy Sunday Dinner With Us Special Dinner 75c Choice: ' T-Boim Steak HaJf Fry Crappic Fi«li Channel; ('it French Fried Potatoes aud Salad ! Coffee or Mil k Hoi R'ls Fresh Frog -Legs Coffee or Jl'k French Frierl Potatoes and Salad Hot Rolls 65c Half Down Oysters Fried CofTce or Mk French Fried Potatoes and Salad Hot Rolls j 50c I Merciianis Lunch 50c Choice: Baked Lamb Baked Chicken Dressing Smothered Fried Chicken with Cream Gravy Vegetables: Creamed Potatoes Buttered CaA<s Green Peas Fruit Jcllo Hot Rolls Shredded Let Coffee or SIMPSON'S STATE LINE TAVlRtl Highway fil ' At the Slate Lin '•e file ROXY Admission Always 10e A- Z6c Show every night. Matinees l- 'ri- <I»y, Saturday & Sunday Only. Friday .t Sunday Matinees stall 2; 15 p.m. Saturday Continuous showing fr« m i (0 n : ,9 pjn . Night shows start S:45 p.m. Last Time Today Also Cartoon & Serial, Patrol" "Radio Sunday - Monday BAFFLING MYSTERY! with t^harles Quijflcj'" ami Kita Hay worth" Also Fox' N'ews *.
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