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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,)'-COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1943 Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's- Society of Christian Sol vice of -the ; First 'Methodist Church will meet-In circles at'the J ionics of the following''Circle'One, Mrs. Charles Wylie; Circle Two, Mrs. J. L. Guun; Circle Three, Mrs, J. D. Barksdale; Circle Pour, Mrs Jesse Webb; Circle Five, Mrs. Fred Fleeman; Circle Six, Mrs. Bernard Gooch; Circle Seven; Mrs. D. Hummock. Woman's Missionary Union of the First Presbyterian Church will meet at 2:30-o'clock at the church for business and program. Woman's' Council of the First Christian Church will work in the Red Cross bandage room. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mi's. K. B. Couchmnii will entertain the octa Bridge Club. • Mrs. Joe Trleschmarin will be hostess to the .Tuesday. Bridge Club. Double G Club Is meeting with Mrs. Albert Taylor. Mrs, Herman Hoffman cnterlflin- ing the 400 Club. Tlie G.N.B. Club will meet with Mrs. Alvis Harris. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. C. Ellts entertaining the Town and Country Club, Mrs. John Mclianey will be hos-. loss to the Wednesday Contract Club. A.D.C. Club will meet with Mrs. Snnford Shclton. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs.' H. G. Partlow will Ciller - tain Club'Bight. JIISS MARGARET ELFRANK \VEDS IN ST- LOlirS. The Snlem Methodist Church of North Klngshlghwny boulevard, In St. Louis was the setting May 5 for the wedding of Miss Margaret Elfrank, daughter of Mrs. Charles Elfrank of 5102 Page Boulevard, and the lute Mr. Elfrank to Charles Avcry Day of St. Louis, The Rev. Wllburn S. Yoder performed the rites. To Become Bride In July Ceremony Miss Mary Emily Wilson, daughter of Mrs. B. B. Wilson of Blytheville, whose engagement to Seaman Lee Cook Hardln of Tampa, Fla,, and Savannah, Tenn., was announced today by her mother. Miss Mary Emily Wilson ; Will Wed Tennessee Man Mrs. B. B. Wilson announces the Ihe engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Miss Mary Emily Wilson, to Seaman First Class Lee Cook Hardln, of Tampa, Fla., son of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Hardln of Snvainiah, Tenn. Miss Wilson who Is Ihe daughter of Mrs. B. B. Wilson and the late Mr. Wilson was graduated from Blytheville High School. At the present time she Is with the Taylor Manufacturing Company of that city. Mr. Hardln attended high school at Savannah, Tenn., and later the University of Tennessee at Knox- vllle. Prior to-entering the Army lie was connected with the DuPont Company in Memphis. Her marriage will occur the last, of July in Tampa, Fla. The bride is a graduate of the Soldan High School of St. Louis and the.brldegroom Is now a student at St. Louis School of Pharmacy. Mrs. Day is well known in Bly- fhcville where her parents lived for many years. She has also visited her aunt here, Mrs. C. T. Shamlin Jr., many times. * " * • DANCING PARTY AT CHAMULIN HOME Don Chamblin entertained 20 boys and girls last night with a dancing party at the home of his parents, Mr. arid Mrs. L.D. Chamblin, on Highway 16 East. After an evening of dancing and games, "ihe host's mother, Mrs. Chamulin, assisted by- Mrs. Shellin, Hull,- served punch, open face sandwiches, as well as an assortment of other sandwiches and iced drinks. Out-of-town guests were, .Miss Ann Vollmer,' 'Memphis, house guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wun- Jerry Williams of Tnnl and second high to Mrs. Garrott, The hostess served watermelon mill Iced drinks. Steek-Cooter Society—Personal Bite of Newt BufHjf Seeks To Divorce California Woman Divorces have been filed and (ranted in vacation during the past wo weeks to continue (he increased 'business" of the office of circuit Court clerk here which files al divorces soUght and records those (ranted to residents of the northern half of Mississippi County. | Harry B. Whitney, now at liberty under bond on a charge of bigamy, has filed suit seeking a divorce from his first wife, Bonnie Hiscy Whitney of California, who about a month ugo filed suit against him. According to Claude F. Cooper, attorney for Whitney, he Is seeking a divorce in the courts of Arkansas because n divorce granted Mrs. Bonnie Hisey Whitney, whom ho testified In court, was lib legal wile, would be an interlocutory decree Mrs. Hugh -West and daughter, Vivian, left Sunday for Uiclr home In. Memphis after a -week's visit icrc with their parents mul'grand- parents, Mr. nnel Mrs. ; Albeit Vaughn. Miss Louise Beckhnm, a .student at the Missouri University, Columbia, is spending'six weeks here as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Beeklmm. Mijs Mary Anna McCann and Mrs. Mike Wilson, the former Miss Margaret McClurc, are spending this week at Canalou .where they are guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McCann. Leon Fimderbmk, seaman second class, has completed his basic training In the Navy at Fnrragut, la., Is spending several days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Funcierburk. Hiss Mary Barnctt and daughters, Miss Doris Baruett, and Mrs. Robert Gllchell. and son are spending two weeks with relatives In points of Tennessee. Mrs. Carolyn Armstrong and mother, Mrs. Edith Stout, tare spending their vacation in Pennsylvania with Mr, and Mrs. Marvin McKinncy. uciiicn MISS jerry w i lams or and WOI|W not be r[rml fo ' r R e[ir Cards-oil,, Mo who is visiting her because of Cnllrornia liuvs . grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. \Vatson,.and Miss Mary Stacy Collins of Memphis, house guest of Mr: and-Mrs. E. F. Fry. * « • • • VISITOR COMPLIMENTED WITHiBRIDGE PARTY, Mrs.~W. P. Garrott entertained two tables of bridge last night In honor of her mother-in-law, Mrs. T. C. Garrott of 'Greenwood, MBS., who is her guest. Gladioli were used throughout the entertaining rooms where the guests- -played bridge high score prize awarded to Mrs. C. A. Fair and Cooler Farm Woman's Column Thcre nre several ways to screen actress Leslie Brooks in this -simple, but highly practical (rock lor country'wcar. The dress |s of pink linen, with shoulder t traps ot cerise crepe. The latter fasten the bodice with giant fioofa and eyes. For sunbathing bade and shoulders, just unhook khe straps and let the back of the This divorce suit, because of n similar suit having been filed by, his wife In another state, can not be heard "in vacation", it is understood, but Is slated to be passed upon at the next regular session of Chancery court, to be held here Aug. 2. Whitney raw acquitted in the Spring term of criminal Divisions, Circuit- Court, in which the court sought to convict him of a charge of bigamy ngaiiist his Memphis wife, Mrs. Rulh Whitney, because he had later married Miss Wlhna Woods of Blytheville. The acqultta came after he testified that he was legally married when he wed the Biytheville woman but that tin legal wife was the California woman and not the Memphis woman n? stated in the charge. Immediately following his acquit tal on the bigamy charge which in volved the Memphis wife, he wa re-arrested on a charge of blgam involving the California wife. Re ccntly, he was served papers in divorce suit filed by her in Call fornitt. A divorce was granted June 1 In the suit filed the previous da by Mrs. Barbara Bailey Simmon <vs D. Simmons in which Chancello Francis cherry of Jonesboro granted the divorce "!h vacation" ,and restored the maiden name of Miss Barbara Bailey to the plaintiff. J. D. Copland was granted an annulment "In vacation" from Jesse Lynn Copeland. Other divorces filed were: Nellie Saunders Smith vs J. Matt Smith; Prlscilla St. Johns vs Harold Lee St. Johns; Edna Haubold vs Rcedcr Haubold; Gladys Dozier vs Tom Dozier; Roberts Rodgcrs Farmer vs W. o. Farmer Jr.; Winifred Mc- Glnnis vs Charles A. McGlnnls; Ellen Conley vs Andrew onlcy. CARD OF THARS .We would like to take this opportunity to extend our sincere thanks to all our friends who were so kind to us during the recent Illness and death of our dear husband and father. Especially do we thank tlic Steel family and Jackson family. w c also thank each and everyone of you for the beautiful floral offerings: Mrs. Victoria Rice, Mr. and Mrs. chas. Ncwcomb, Mr. and Mrs. Bcrty Bobbins, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Rice, Mr. and Mrs Dewey Rice, Mr. and Mrs Sherman Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Jackson and Junior Rice. stretch" the canning sugar, Miss ora Lee : Coleman, county home emonslration agent, advised this eek. One good way, of course, Miss oleman said, Is not to ovcrswceten •nils. Too much sugar covers up :ic natural fruit flavor. Then, iiere arc some fruits which do ot require quite the full i\llo\v- icc of a pound of sugar for five uarts of fruit. Use the sugar sav- d that way to can nil extra jar f fruit or to use with sour fruits •hich require a little more sugar Mrs. Marlon Leach and daughter, Marian of Ludiiujton, Mich,, are guests of Mrs. Leach's aunt, Mrs. James Hill Jr., and Mr. Hill. Mrs, f. B. Wlitsnanl has gone lo Columbia, S. C, for n Iwo weeks visit with relatives. R. N. Hill of New York City, has arrived for a week's visit with his mother, Mrs. R. N. Hill Sr. Mrs. Hill was unable to come with her husband and because of the .serious Illness of her mother, was called to Bervard, r i. c. Boh Blaylock Ji., who Is taking a mechanical engineering course at William R. Moore School of Technology, Memphis, Is spending the week end here as the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs..R. E Blnylock Sr. Mrs. George Powell and son, George Keck Powell, returned to Little Rock yesterday nfter a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Keck. Lieutenant Colonel Powell Is stationed at Camp Koblnson. , liilliy Marie - Barnett, daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Barnett was admitted to the Memphis Baptist Hospital yesterday for a ton- slllcctoiny today. Mrs. H. E. Nebletl returned yesterday from Boston, Mass., where she attended the annual meeting of the First Church of Chris Scientist which was held in (hi mother church there and attendee by GOOD from all over the Uilit« States. Mrs. Mary Vivian who underwent a cataract operation upon her right eye this morning at th Memphis Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, is resting ver; well. Her daughter, Mrs. Georgi Cross Is with her and will remain there until she Is able to returi home. Miss Mhrjorie Warren returnei Tuesday from Annapolis, Md Washington, D. C., Roanoke am Richmond, Va., where she vlsitei former classmates from Randolph Macon College For Women ir Lyiichburg, Va. Jerry nnd Peter Williamson o Cardwell, Mo., will return to the! home tomorrow after a two weeks visit with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs. W. W. Wntson. Mrs. H. F. Collins and daughte Miss Mary Stacy Collins of Mem phis are the house guest of Mr Collins' sister, Mrs. E. F. Fry •Hid Mr. Fry. Mrs. Collins will re- .urn to her home tomorrow but Miss Collins will remain for a .onger visit. Mrs. Stella Vollroer and daugh 7 i tcr. Miss Ann Vollmer of Mem^ pills, arrived yesterday for a weekend visit with Mr. mid Mrs. W. J. han the amount, allowed would ic mill. Then there is the possibility of aiming fruit without sugar. Miss Jolcinan said a litllc sugar does mprove the flavor nnd color, but he Irult will keep without it. ilel-flavoreil table syrups can be ised in place ot part of the sugar by using fruit juices instead of vater for syrup. Another small saving can be Keeping Up With The Men In Service David Boone, son of Mrs. O. B, oone, has Joined the Merchant (aline and Is now stationed at lieepshead Bay, Brooklyn, N. Y. Corp. Charles Henley, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Jesse Province Is now aliened In North Africa. Pfc. James Henley son of Mrs. esse Province Is now at Waldon, rk., working on the Army scrap rive. Seaman 2-c Robert Cecil West, on of Mr. and Mrs. Jack. West ol .oule 1 Luxora, Is mall clerk In ic post office at the San Francisco !aval Base. A letter from the Naval Training tatlon, San Diego; "Gentlemen: 'his Is to let you know we would ike for you to publish this In our wonderful paper, the Courier Vews, about us Sailors. We hall loin Leaehville, we think the y is the oiily place for rec jlooded American men. Alfred Rogers, A. S., Hills Cobb, A. S. James itevens, A.- S., Leon R. Gulp, A. S Ml at trie United .States Nava Ituliifug Station, San Diego. Calif In training to become a membei if [he ground crew with the Nava ilr Force''is Wilbur Leon Warren 9, son of Mr. and Mrs. T.^F. Waren, 307 North First Street, Bly- lieville, Arlc. who has been enroll- d at the Naval Air Technica Training Center, Navy Pier, Chi-ago, 111. nd stationery to Mrs, w .C, Mason ir second highest. flSITOKS COMPLIMENTED Mrs. John D. Allen and her mo- ier, Mrs. John W, Edrington, were ostcsscs at a buffet supper at heir home on Broadway Thursay night In siwclal honor of Mrs. 1. D. Salladln and Mrs. Leon tVlllle, both of Uttle Rock, who ave been houseguesls of Mrs. WH- ain Bard Edrlngton for the past Texas. Minister To Speak At Nazarene Church Her Their husbands, Capt. Salladln nd Lieut. Willie, who are slatloil- d at Camp Robinson arc on man- uvcrs this week. Capt. and Mrs. ialladln's home Is in Minnesota while Lieut, and Mrs. Willie's home K In Nebraska. In the bridge games following upper Mrs. Samuel W. Fuller was ;Ivcn bath powder for high score !)<! Mrs. Nancy Lou Wilson presented cards for second high score, Both guests were given handker- hlcfs. 4TTEND FUNERAI, Osccolans attending the funeral of Mrs, R. E. Lee Wilson in Wilson this week were Miss Emma Cox, Miss Rosalie Sullivan, Mrs. Mary Dean, Mrs. W. E. Hunt, Mrs. J. H. Lovewell, Mrs. John W. Ed- rlngton, Mr. Hiram Cox, and R. L. Ware, whp was ograulst for the services. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL Sixth and Walnut Sis. 11 a. in. services conducted by lay leader, Lieut. Guy E. Kugey of the Blythcvlllc Army Air Field. Visitors are always welcome at these services. CIiyitCH OF IMMACULATE The Kev. J. J. Thompson Tiie Kev. Amos II. Enderlin Sunday Masses nt 7:30 a. m, ami 10:30 a. in. Holy Hour for boys In service, 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. Novena In honor of our Sorrowful Mother, Friday, 7:30 p. in. Weekday Masses at 0:30 a. in. and FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Currier Main and Seventh Rev. S. II. Wilford, pastor 9:45 a, in. Church School. U. S. Branson, supi. 10:50 a in. Worship service. Anthem, "Send Out Thy Light" — Gounod, Solo—"The Silent Voice" Caro Kama, by Miss Wynctto Shepherd. 6:45 p. in. — Youth Fellowship ueelings. 7:30 p. in—Since the pastor Is away 'at Pastors' School, there will be no evening service. You are Invited to attend the services of this church where a welcome awaits von. Tlie Rev. R. E. Spruce, of Flores vllle, Texas, will be the spccia speaker at the evangelistic servic Sunday evening, at the Church o [he Nazarene, according to an an nouncement made by the pastor :lie Re. Fletcher Sprucei The visit ing speaker, who is the father o the pastor of the-local Nazaren congregation, lias been an ordained elder In the denomination for many years. He received his educational training at the Texas University at Austin, and although he has not been actively engaged for some time ns pastor, he has been useful in both ministerial and secular work In his community. He has, for many years, been a Sunday School teacher, and member of the official board of the First Nazarene Chcrch hi San Antonio, Texas. The service will begin Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. nade by not using any sugar In canned vegetables. Young, lender egetables have more natural su- *ar than more mature ones. Canning vegetables at the "just right" stage, without sugar, will menu a small .saving in sugar. Preserves and jolly arc harder on the sugar bin than butter and Jam, so stretch that part of the sugar by making more jam and butter and less jelly and preserves, Miss Coleman advised. Queens Kiss ^owtt. The unusual sandals the wew? are ot News Of WAACs, WAVES wd SPARS Ate. Jesse Glenn Tomlin of Bur- QCtte Is with a service Camp Campbell, Ky unit a The city manager form of gov ernment Is used to operate 52 cities In the United States • Wunrtcrllch and family. Mrs. Lester Melvin Cooper of Muskogce, Okla., lias arrived to spend four or five weeks at guest of her mother, Mrs. John Long, while her husband, who is in the Army, is on maneuvers in Louisiana. Mrs. Cooper is the' former .Miss Peggy Long. Mrs. Frances Hardcsty, Miss Dorothy Corlew nnd Miss Juanlta Shcl- ton arc visiting friends hi Newbern and Tiptonville, Tenn., this week. C. G. Smith and W. Leon Smith returned yesterday from .Jackson;' Miss., where they spent several days with their father, W. H. Smith Mrs. Norman Felscnthal and daughters, Ann and Kay Allenberg. of Memphis, arc guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls and Ben II. Levy, father of Mrs. Felscnthal; before his grand daughters go to the Wisconsin woods for eight weeks at a girls' camp there. Their mother will accompany them but will return within n short time. Claude F. Cooper returned from Capu Glrardeau, Mo., where he was attorney in two civil cases tried Thursday and Friday in common pleas court. W. A. Pickard, who has beer critically ill, Is better today. He is at Walls Hospital. Scrgt. John O. Paul who is will the Parachute Corps stationed at Fort Benning. Ga., left yesterday for a visit wilh his parents al Alexandria, La., after visiting with friends here. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Admitted— Mrs. Floyd Bell, city. Mrs. W. E. Dunn, city. Lorine Webb, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Marshall, city, a son this morning Dismissed— Mrs. R. W. Warren, Rt. 3, city. >Valls Hospital Admitted—''" '' : Mrs. William Garrett, city. Dismissed— ' Ronald McGhee, city. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted— i -. ;j| Louis George, Osceola. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Thomas Hermandez, Frenchman's Bayou. Memphis Baptist HospHai Admitted— -S. B. Rozell, Luxora. Billie Marie Barnett, city. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Doyle have returned from Jackson and Bloomfield, Mo., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fender and Mrs. Clarence Peuder and Mrs. C. C. Oliver. Mrs. Val Campbell Is expected home this week from East St. Louis where she has ucen on business. Mrs. Campbell will spend the remainder of the Summer with her mother, Mrs. W. B. Flannlgan. Mrs. James u. Borum drove to Wynne Wednesday afternoon and was accompanied home by Mrs, E. L. Taliaferro and sons', Len and Ben, who'will visit here for several days. Lieut. Taltaferro, who received his commission recently in the Army Engineering Corps, is now stationed at Fort Belvoir, Va. Mrs. W. B. Flannigaii arrived home Wednesday night from Santa Monica, Calif., where she had spent the past month with her grandchildren, Ben Flannlgan and Miss Jane Flannigan, both of whom are employed by the Douglas Aircraft Corporation. Mrs. Flannlgan came is far as Dallas by American Airlines and from there by train. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dillard have :iad as their guest the past week, Mrs. Henry Robinson of Memphis. Dr. Margaret E. Jones left Friday morning for Madisonville, Ky., to be the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Ira Pirtle and Mr. Pirtle for the coming week. She will be accompanied home' by another aunt Mrs. E. D. Pittman of Carson Ijike who has spent the past month with her sister, Mrs. Pirtle. Mrs. John Binford White returned Friday morning from New Orleans where she has been visiting her husband, Ensign John B. White of the Naval Air corps. 1'H.CiRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH lith & Walnut Sts. Kohert Bid, pastor Divine services Sunday al II a.m. Theme: "The True God Is the Triune God, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost." Text: Matt. 3. 13-17. Sunday School at 10:00 a.m. Every one is cordially Invited and welcome to attend the services of this church. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Bates Sturdy, 1'astor Church School, 9:50 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:45 a. m. "A Father's Heart" pastor's subject. Every one is always Invited and welcome to all of our .services. Junior Youth Fellowship, 7 p. m Intermediate Fellowship, 7 p. m Senior Youth Fellowship, 7 p. m. Evening Worship, 8 p. in. In the pastor's absence the sermon will lie in chcarge of laymen. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. FIKST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main anil Sixth Streets It. S. Halrd, minister Bible School, 0:45 a. in. Morning worship, 10:50. "The Pearl of Great Price" is the topic of the sermon. Evening worship, 8:00. At this hour Ihere will be a continuation of a series of studies on "The Ui- bte Comes Alive" with this study on I Corinthians, Everyone is Invited lo these services. On Thursday evening will lie held the second of three meetings to plan 'the work of the church for the next year. The members of the church should be present at these meetings. Wl ''h it** ''eat nieli misery. Spiinkleon Mux3utiu, fur- iiierlyMe.vicu.illeall'ow- dl - ir ' Custs lilt-lo.aiul you £avu lota in l UC AT H.E^^I *^^^^^^t&^~~^*9t9^^N£*i Dr. George Benson Will Speak July 14 CARUTHEIiSVILLE, Mo., June 18.—Dr. George S. Benson, president of Harding College, Scarcy, Alk., will speak here July Uth ,at Legion Fairgrounds, it was announced today by j. R. Hutchison, chairman In charge of arrangements. Dr. Benson's appearance here is being sponsored by the various service clubs of the county, and the speaking will be a county-wide affair, without charge. Dr. Benson has traveled extensively in foreign lands, including Japan, India, Malay Slrnlts, F^ypt, Palestine mid Europe. He lived 11 years In China and the Philllppines. Since his appearance before the House Ways and Means Committee, advocating reductions In non- defense federal spending totaling two billion dollars, he has become increasingly prominent as an advocate of national economy and sound financial structure for the whole nation. He has often been referred to as "the man who Is doing more for the preservation of private enterprise than any olhei private In America." Dr. Benson writes a weekly column in !100 papers in 48 states and docs a weekly radio program in addition to his lecture program With handshake and kiss, Queen ' Elizabeth of England, left, The Aztecs used chocolate bean. greets Queen Marie of Yugo- for money, and only the upper slavia at Ked Cross garden icle classes were permitted to drlnl in London, chocolate. RAINBOW GRAND ASSEMBLY MJS. jNella Oillespic, Mr. and Mrs. Leahmond Williams and Mrs. E. B. Reid, mothe radvisor of the Osccola Assembly of Rainbow Girls, accompanied a group of girls from the Osceola Assembly Friday to attend the Grand Assembly meeting In Little Rock Saturday and Saturday night. Following the all-day session at the Marion Hotel the girls will attend the banquet and grand bal Saturday night at the hotel, returning Sunday. Those making up the representatives were Anna Pearl Glllespie worthy advisor of the Osccola Assembly, Delores Shoemaker .grain representative, (Betty Joe Crews grand page, Mary Nell Dugger lary Sue Young, Jamie Wilhite foung, anile Wilhite, Toiimiic Lot •ommie Lou Stewart. Carolyn Ste ens, Belly Kcnnemorc, Susannc Caldwcll, Lois Holt, Clara Carolyi Douglas, Helen Dickinson, Bcrnicc Voodward, Carolee Anderson iartha Ann Moore, Joyce Williams dances Ashley and Mary Sue Irhj Stewart, Carolyn Stevens, Bcttj •Cenncinorc, Susanue Caldwell, Loi lolt, Clara Carolyn Douglas, Hclei Dickinson, lie-mice Woodward. Ca olce Anderson, Marlhn Ann Moore toyce Williams, Frances Ashley am Mary Sue Irby. The local Assembly attends ihurch in a body at the Presby i«rlan Church last Sunday an rere afterwards guests of Mr. an Mrs. N. L. Gillesplc for lunchco at their home on Broadway. Other luncheon guests were th Rev. L. T. Lawrence, pastor of th Presbyterian Church, Mrs. Cole nan Crews, worthy matron of Os ceola chapter Eastern Qar, an Mrs. Robert Crews. CHURCH NEWS CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Sunday School opening exercises, i:00 a. m. Morning sermon by the pastor, a. in. N. Y. P. S. meeting, 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Sermon by the pastor's father, .ev. R. E. Spruce, of ploresvlllc, ex. Y. W. M. S. meeting, Monday 8 . in. Prayer and fasting meeting, Wed- esday 2 p. m. W. M. S. program, Wednesday, p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 . m. You arc cordially invited to wor- :iip with us In these services. FIKST PRESUVTEKIAN CIIUKCII Janifs A. Overholser, minister Sunday School 9:45 a. in. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. Theme, "War Relief — Christians Must Help!" Text, St. Luke 10:33, "He had compassion." Evening Service 8:00 p, in. This will be the first in u week's scries of evangelistic services, to be held at 8:00 o'clock each evening. Preaching will be by the Rev. W. W. Thrower, pastor of Glenview Presbyterian Church, Memphis, Tenn. Everyone is urged to attend. The worship service Is the focus of church life and fellowship. The church will mean more to you and you will mean more to the church if you are regular In church attendance. Visitors In the city are especially welcome. CHRISTIAN' SCIENCE SERvlCE Woman's Clubhouse H1G W. Mo in Is the. Universe, Including Man Evolved by Atonic Force? is the ubjcct of the Lesson-Sermon vlilch will be read in all churches mil Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday June !0, 1943. The Golden Text is: 'To us here is but one God, the Father',' of whom all things, and we in Him." I Corinthians 8:6. Among the citations which com>rise the Lesson-Sermon is the ollowing from the Bible: "By the. word of the Lord were the heavens made; and all the host of them by the breath of his mouth." Psalms 33 :Q. The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages from the ristian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy: "The great, I am made all "that was made," hence man and the spiritual universe coexist with God" p. 267. ^^^^^^™^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^••^^^••^ IMA Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:41 Show Starta 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN •:M «.m. 12:45 pjn. 4:50 pra. FIKST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Seventh and Ash Streets The Kev. H. E. Simms, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. in. C. A. Class, 7:00 p. in. Evangelistic message, 8:15 p. m Saturday 'Omaha Trail 1 with James Craig & Dean Serial, "Perils of Nyoka" No. 11 and Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Sat. 1 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday Seven V .weethearts HGMPlCHIttslSI.RING '•*•»« GRAYSON VAN HEFLIN MARSHA HUNT jfRMBOfiZSGE mruTiiui Paramount News and Short The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COI.D RAY, Ihe modern, scientific wave. No heat—No machines. Drop in for details. 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