The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1943 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1943 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COUKIER NEWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Guild, Pilgrim Lulh- «ra» Church, will meet with Mrs. F. G. Relchel,2:30 p. m., v foi' business meeting. The Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist Cluirclv, will meet in these homes for- circle groups: circle One, Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon; Circle Two, Mrs. J. T, West brook; Circle Tlircc, Mrs. Jloy Head; Circle Four, Mrs. II. A. Copeland; Circle Five, Mrs: E, L. Hale of Armorcl; Circle Six, Mrs, John Buchanan; Circle Seven, Mrs. O. J. Cha.stain. Woman's Missionary Council, first Assembly of God Church, will meet Monday, 8 p. in. • Woman's Society of Christian Service, First, Methodist, church, will have their social and program meeting at church, 2:30 p. m. Three Quads Club meeting with Mrs. Raymond Mason. Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian Cliurcli, will meet at the following homes in circles: Circle One, Mrs. Charles Bright; Circle Two, Mis. J. P. Pride; Circle Three- Mrs. Ray Worthlnglou; Circle Four, Mrs. Jesse M. white. Woman's council, First Christian Church, meeting for business session with Mrs. J. C. I/we. • TUESDAY'S EVENTS O.R.A.. Club meeting with Mrs. W. ij. Faught. Mrs. Lafayette Miiy entertaining 400 Club. Mrs. Clyde Eldridgc will be hostess to G.N.B. Club.. Double G 'Club meeting with Miss Frances Little. Mrs. Doyle Henderson entertaining' Tuesday Bridge club. Octa Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. A. E. Henry. Junior-Senior Parent Teachers Association meeting at High School at : 3:l5 p. in., preceded by executive board meeting at 2:45 o'clock. • WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Ruby Hickmiin eiilcrlnfnfng Three Table Club. A.D.C. club meeting with Mis. Ecu Harpole. Wednesday Contract Club will meet with Mrs..E. F. nloiueycr. Mrs. C. • c. Lanyston will entertain Town and Country Club. Armorcl Parent Teachers Association will meet at 3 p. m,, at the bchool house. Chapter D of P.E.O. Sisterhood meeting for lunch, i o'clock with Mrs. R. F. Kirshncr and Mrs. T. J. .Mahan, co-hostess. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. E. B. Gee. Mrs. C. E. Henderson complimenting Triple Table Club. Mrs. Otto Scrape will be hostess to Club Eight. 'Mrs. Keck will entertain Thursday Contract club. ^Mrs. Lynn Brown entertaining Double Four Club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. T. F. Jackson entertaining C. B. C. Club. Engagement Announced Miss Elizabeth cnllipim Phillips, ,1,'uisliter of Mr. and Mis Richard missel, Phillips, whose c,, S a g e,,,ent to Second Lieut. Hober O, er Phillips of the Army Air Forces, Ws announce,! today by her parents. Miss Jeraldine Freeman Becomes Soldier's Bride DOUBLE FOL'IJ CLVll HAS TWO GUESTS. Mrs. Victor Stihvell entertained the Double Pour club Thursday afternoon at her home with Mis W. B. Oarrott and Mrs. T J Barnes as guests. The home was beautifully decorated with peonies and roses for the occasion. In the bridge games, high score .u-iiic was awarded lo Mrs. Howard Frisby with Mrs. A. E. Henry win- Inlng second high. Tiie hostess .served n de.sscri, course at the conclusion of the games. MRS. C. J. LITTLE HAS C. U. C. CLUB Mrs. C. J.- Ijittle was hostess lo the c. B. C. Club yesterday after-noon at her country home. All members were present. Peonies, roses and iris from 'Mi's. Little's yard were used throughout the entertaining rooms for decoration. Mrs. Rass Moore was presented Mr.' and Mrs. D. C. Freeman announce • the marriage - of their daughter, Miss Jeraldine Freeman to Pvt. Harold J. Farmer of Atlanta.. The ceremony was performed Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at lake Street Methodist Churcli, with the Rev. Bales Sturdy officiating. The church was decorated with Icrns and other Spring flowers. The bride wore n light blue ensemble with white accessories. Her- corsage was of pink rosebuds. Miss Peggie Jean Freeman, sister of the bride who attended her, wore an aqua . suit with white accessories. Her corsage was of white gardenias. Miss Dorothy Russell of-Chaffce, Mo., bridesmaid, who wore a two- piece, suit of orchid ami while, also wore gardenias. Private Farmer had ns best man, Staff Sergt. Elton Wagenveld. The bride wns graduated from he Blylheville High School and las been employed since last July n the signal office of the Blythe- ,'lllB Army Air Field. The bridegroom attended school n Atlanta, and prior to entering he Army was employed by the Bell Telephone Comnpny there. After the ceremony the couple returned to the home of Hie bride's parents for a reception. The lace- draped table held as a centerpiece a decorated wedding cake. Pink roses.and while tapers in silver lolrtcrs completed the decorations. The bride's mother was assisted n serving the ices and cake by Miss Freeman ami Miss Russell. After a short wedding trip, Prl- •ate and Mrs. Farmer will make heir home at 123 South First Street with Ihe bride's parent. 1 ;. * * • NEW CHURCH MEMBERS GIVEN RECEPTION The Christian Church Hall was gay with flowers last night when a reception was held In honor of f> new members, who recently have )ecn admitted to membership In the Christian Church, Miss Wanda Leah Barhum played soft music on the piano as the guests gathered and were served punch and cookies from a table which held a centerpiece of pink and white peonies, flanked with blue .tapers in crystal holders. The informal evening was con- luded with a short talk by the Rev. R. 5. Baird, welcoming the icw members. Short talks also were Ivcu by George W. Barham and Russell Bnrliam. Miss Wllma Jackson in behalf of members gave a talk fter which she presented each ne lo the group. Mtss Gwynn Littleton read a poem "I Joined The Church Today." Each of honor was presented «' religious book by the pastor as e. token of friendship from the' church group. high score prize in the bridge games with Mrs. R: A. Copeland winning second, Elk-ins, bridgo. For refreshments Mrs. O. O. the hosteM served home made ice cream and cake. STUDENTS HAVE HAV KIUE PARTY Charles Roy Lutes and Billy Joe Genii entertained friends from the freshman and sophomore classes last night with a hay ride. The group appropriately dress- en for the occasion, congregated at the gate of the High School and were met there by Mr! and Mrs. Charles Lutes Sr., where they were taken to their farm home. Here they transferred to a hay rnck hitched to a tractor and continued with tlie ride. Following the ride refreshments, consisting of sandwiches, cookies ind punch were served by the mothers of the hosts. Miss Howell Will Wed ,-r,f P., 1 PL L n ' Bh scl100 ' ilre eligible for cnlist- Igt. 1 aill Lhambers mont provided they are rccom mended by their high school prin- Botly Phillips Engaged To Wed Air Forces Officer, Mr Mrs . . |lwp Phillips announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss EJizabetli Ca hoiin Phillip.,, to second Lieut Robert Oliver Phillips of thn Army Air Forces, son of Mrs. William c Phillips of Butler, Penn. . The wedding, to be solemnized in the Early Summer, will be an Important event of Blythcville so- A member of a prominent family which has played an important role m development of this city, Miss Phillips -is the" EiaiKJt'laiigh'tcr of the late Mrs. C . E. Crigger CKn ~ii ___ -i < —. .- . TO 1 -*' She School attended BlythcvinT until the past . , ,..'.,v JV(1 , VVIJL'l] she transferred to Ward Bclmont. NnsJivlllc. from where she will bo Biaduated this month Lieutenant Phillips, . S0 n of Ihe laic William c. Phillips of Butler attended Riverside Military Academy. Gainesville, Ga. r and Vanderbilt University, Nashville For three year., after leaving college he lived in the Philippine islands, where he was connected tt'ir li **n f,ii ~ "-i.>i with an oil company. Volunteering for ..service a ago. he received his wings and ----- -••• iij.i »viiif;.-j Ullll commission in January at Blythe- lahoiim lender. al Will noge City, Okla., now is n night Bits of News D. Ferguson who underwent an emergency appendectomy several days ago was resting very well today at Walls Hospital." • Mrs. c. o. nedm,m i,ns returned from Hot Springs where she •Wnt. «vo'weeks taking the baths. While there she attended the state meeting of the Federated WoWn'a -lub of Arkansas, held In Utlte Rock April 2D-27, as a •delegate from the.Blylhe.vlUe club of which she is president. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lynch arc expected to return today from Hot Springs where Mr. Lynch attended the Arkansas Bankers Assocla- Mrs. Victor stilwell and 'daughter, Gnilyn, will spend Mother's Day m Newborn, Tenn,, with Mrs Stllwcll's parent*, Mr. and Mre lion. E. W. Mrs. Phillips. Joe Tricschmann and Jackson Hood Accepted Aviation Training '!'!l e . "j 1 ™! Aviation Cadet Se- —«-"^"Mii\mi nun daughter Sally, have returned from Little Rock where they have been with Mrs. Trfe.schmami's mother, Mrs. J. B. Hale, and where Sally has been undergoing medical treatment. -• • • Mrs. E. B. Thomns, who has been -_ ..-„ .., J" in Memphis Hospital returned Field, ok-i today to her home. Her son Dou- <"--•' nld Hickman, and Mrs. 'Harry Brown motored down for her Mr. and Mrs. James. V. Gates nnd son Jnnics W.. Mrs. E R Mason and Mrs. V. G. Holland 'spent enrolled in their high school are Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Howell of Steele, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Helen Louise Tfowcll, to Sergl. Paul cipal. Hood was enlisted ns an apprentice seaman, V-5, nnd win' designated a Naval Aviation Cadet .^.....i. nuni.-ii, 10 eergt. ram "«'B" a waval Aviation Cadet Chambers of the Blythcville Army I when, he Is ordered to active dutv Air Field at one of the Navy's Aviation Sergeant Chambers, son of Mr. Schools. According to Commander and Mrs. Thurman Chambers of Pricslmnn, Officer- in- charce of "" "'• ' - ' - ' ll 'e Selection Board, boiv: who want to become .Naval Flying Officers should contact their hinh school principals immediately for information and help in making out their applications. When Hood successfully completes his training period, which will be approximately is months after he enters school, he will be commissioned an ensign in the Naval Rc- Matewan. \v. Va.. was transferred lo filythcvillc last Summer when the base was established. The wedding will take place in June, plans of which will be announced Liter. At The Hospitals Blylhcvillc Hospital Admitted- Gabriel Mike, Manila. Dismissed— Eula Smith, city. Jackie Smith, C ii y . Mason Day, city. Walls Hospital Admitted- Johnnie Gallion, Haytl, Mo Ernest Lee Alexander, city Malcolm Grecnway, Dell. Mrs. Leslie Dcncmon, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Nen! Warren, Rt. 3, city, yesterday morning, a son. Dismissed— C. B. Coleman, Holland, Mo. Mrs. L. E. Martin and baby. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted- Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr., city. NewslFwAACs, WAVES and SPARS of nt Youths Pass Tests For Navy Training Reed, a senior . in Kciser High School, lias received notice frolii the Navy cDpartment that his score made oh the ' test given bv the Army and Navy on April 2 to high school graduates and to those who will be graduated before July 1, 1043 was sufficiently lo qualify him for the new V-12 program. . He went to Utlle Rock Thursday of this week for an Interview and physics! examination. Howard Keimcmore of Osccola High School has also received M- ificallon of passing the tests and in , --* -....... Mae Banks Blytheville has begun training branch B of the WAAC training center at Camp Montlcello, Ark. Auxiliary Banks school here. attended high lion. Several other Osceola boys took at IhU dale. Apr11 ' 0 "° bul 1 ' 0ccivcd today in Memphis where JamciT w" Oalcs and Mrs. Mason 'consulted specialists at Campbell's Clinic Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Schatz' of Mrs. Aubrey Conway. They were accompanied to Blytheville by Mrs. and Mrs. \y. B. Tanner of Helena who are with Mrs. Tanner's mother. Mrs. T. J. Mahan. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hardin and son, Eddie, of M.cmphls arrived today lo spend Mother's Day with Mr. Hnidin's mother, Mrs. E. E. Hardin. Joe Tielschmann and L. T. Moore Sr., returned last night from Little Rock where they spent severs! days attending lo business. Mrs. F. L. Husband went to Hal- tiMburg, Miss., today to spend Mother's Day with her parents Mr and Mrs. W. D. Evans, and her Rrandfalher, John Hcmba. Prom there .she wlll v go to New Orleans [or a few days before going to lhc Rio Grande alley where she will attend to business. Dr. and Mrs. M. L. skallcr have returned from St. Louis where Dr. Ska ler lias been taking special work at Barnes Hospital. I. HosciUhRl who went to St. Louis Sunday to visit friends lias returned. ' First Lieut, uiho Barnes, son of " r -™<l Mrs T. j. B U home on a 10-day leave from Camp Llv- uigsloii, La., where he Is In the In- fnntry intelligence service. IJeu- ciuini Barnes WM graduated from Blj'llicj'lllc High School In 1834 gild worked for (he J. c. Penney Com- iwny for six years. Prior lo his wlerlng, Ulc annert (orfw ,„ A|1 . t.iist lotl, | lc was assktant m»n- r for tu c j. c , Penney slor« at Max IS. Held n'ent to Hot Sprints nurdny [o utifiul the Arkansas B»r association Holland Class Will Hear Th e Rev. Marvin Niblack HOU-ANl), MoTMay 8. - The l«y. Marvin Niblack will deliver ([diver the iinnur,! buceivlaurcate sermon for n • members of Ihe iinj class O f KoIUnd High it, nj u hliih school auditorium here tomorrow. Also oiullio prniii'iun will be the Hcv. J Ij Sicwnrl. Kelly llulo Is 'vnleelleloclati and c acne Myers Is Milutatoiltm Ilic class which Includes the tallowing members; Ellen Swburii, S, D. Ili-yu-i, Aftou llryai|t, Mary Alice Bunch, l<clln Mud Hyassco, l-o's Crawford, Willie-Irene Fmer, Put liiinl'i, Urbiin Kenley, Rlcli- ird Ladd, Jerome IJndscy, Johnnie UcCormlck, Julia Panns, Dorothy Punish. Helen pierce, Culton !>ort- er, Ituby prllchiml, Jimnltii Heed mid Mary Louise .Smith. W. 1,. Myers Is suixjrinteudeiit of (he school. Overholser To Deliver Commencement Address Oosucll HlRh School will li'nvc Us commencement exercises Wednesday night, at the school auditorium, when the Rev. James A. Overholser, pastor of First Presbyterian church, will deliver the address. This school hus a nine months term. Cadet Will Graduate Cadet c. W. Aflllck Jr., son of Mr., and Mrs. C. W. Affllck, will receive his high school diploma ni (ho Mth commencement of Kcni[>er Military .School »t Boonvlllc, Mp., Mny 28. Members of the graduating class of 189 Include 13 students who will be awarded the'Associate I" Arts degree, having completed the two-year junior'college- course. The remainder arc receiving diplomas for the four-year high school course. Officers Renamed At Caruihcrsville , CARIJTHEaSVILLE/Mo., Mny 8 —City 'n'ppblntlvc officers were ic- apliolnlccl for another year by the City Council at the regular meeting, without exception. Salary Increiiscs were allowed to the waterworks engineer, assistant, and office pook- keeper. The.same tax rate; $1.00 pcrjlpo.oo valuation,-will remain In effect for Hie ensuing year.' " •Appointive- officers re-named were: 'Chns. E. Watsnn. city clerk; Alderman Gordon Wright, mayor pro- tern; Atty. j. M. Reeves, city counselor; Victor Mallourc, lire chief; John Cuddy, waterworks engineer; Sam Hayes, assistant engineer; Mrs .Thclma Harper, waterworks office bookkeeper; John F.' Bay, street- commissioner; Will Mc'dlln, Jimmie Knight, Boy Alnsworth and Hardy Prlvctt, policemen; Dr. F. L Ogllvle, city physician Dr. Ogilvlc D . r - 9, F. .Cain Dr. P. J. Aquino, city health board; J. L. LaForcc cemetery superintendent. ' Mayor W. D. Byrd announced the following council committee rc-np- polnunents: ™ Johnson, Oil Monan; public"bii'lld'- ing—Wyman Djllman, Van Johnson, Obyc Colccr;.strcol5 a:i<t alleys —wyman Dillnian, John Nelson W H. Johnson, Van Johnson. Club Names Delegate CARUTHEnsyiLLE, Mo., Mny II —J. Ralph Hutchison wns iiRincd i>y the Caruihcrsville KlwanLs Club as delegate to the Kltvnnls International Convention at Chicago, Will Open Conference At Tyi'oiwa Monday . _ 7811 session of (hc Jo , csbw . 0 0 [ 011 " CC Ct lhc MellKSh „ »»< Mny 10 .,, , ( [| «itev^^r h ln ' iw ™''«- «« it ItCl. J. Albert Qnllln, O f jo,,.,.. ra, aiul district «,,»rt,UeKl 'Hie conference will Mondny evening with of i i, " ;" f lllu ' KCS> nml I Mil|) o( iiboul 3,000 nn-mbm. it,i ™""''J"'n«i "Won, uiisl v r M Cl ' m ' cU ° f OSl ' t ' oll> ' w M " le , ""'fwitte .sermon Monday wiling ut 8 o'clock. Olh- ers who will prencli. durliw Ilio confcrcm-c uro us lollows; ur, A W. Miiitln, pnstor ot the I'lrst ii'fili of Joiiesbiiro, will diillvor n sermon 'niesdny nugnilny nt 8-ao pdock; Iliit llcv. A. N. Slow, piifc- lor of Murlon Methodist cliuroh will deliver i\ messuuc ul U:15 o clock, and (he Kev. Pluirls lloll- nelil. iHistor of thu Methodist Clim-eli ni Tiim;)l, lv il| dellt'i-r (he (levoilfliml rit 2 o'clock. The conference will ormiiilxa iucsday inornliiH, and the offl- clul business will follow HID nujBH- Iznllon. 'i'lie Ilicmc of the confer- once will be two-fold In nature:' The Offlclnl of the Preacher und lhc Altars of God, E. Wiiliifliihl Miivlln, ot Conwny, nnd clinlrniiin of (lie Jlourd of lay Activities for the North Ar- kansns Confernncc, will be present, mil will ,s|»uk' to Ilio conference. The Womun's society of Christian Set'ricc will be represented by Mrs. S. n. Wllfoid, of filylhovlllu, nml secretary of thu Society of Christian Service for tho 'district. Former AllileU; Jn Air Training Jiere For Visil Finance - Gordon H. Johnson. Van L Mary I'ickforrt Olvps Ilnr p"9 L LY\yooD, cm. ivi',-m ry Plekford has Inducted her prl/i German shepherd, silver, Into the «>gs for Defense . army. The dog tops the 20-Inch shoulder height requirement by flvo Inches and Passed all the tests from pistol shooting to flrc-ernckcr exploding without winking an eye. •Aluminum Is used In makiuu steel chiefly as a purifying ngcnt. Cnrlhol Hyde, former niylhevlllu lsli School nlhlclc who has been laklng preliminary flight irnlnlnK for a commission In thu Navy ul I'ulanc University. New Orleiins. arrived home yesterday for n brief visit with Ids parents, Mr. und Mrs. W. A. Hyde. After n week liore Iw will transfer to another post lor pre.-fli|!ht Irnlnlim. While n high school student here, Mr. Hyde played footbnll and (ja.s- kelbiill wllh the Illylhcvlllc Chicks. He also won considerable nltcnllon as mi amateur boxer, winning tho MldSontli noylcc champloiuhlp In his division at the Cioldcii Gloves loHrnmnent In Mcitiphls. Miss French Win$ Honor .."Mts^Oletta French, clmightcr of Mr, imd' Mrs." Slcrllni 'French, ()I3 South First street, wns one of H girls .chosen liv social clubs on the basis of seniority and beauty lo be n the court o/ the Queen of Mny In the annual May-Fete nt Hard- Ing Collcije, Scnrey. ^Shc is n freshmnn at Hurdinn Colleac where she Is Inking n bus". Ine.Sfl course. Slie Is u member of the Tobfcl Soclul club. CHURCH NEWS I,AND 1>. O. Hlmlmnn, p;iytoi- May ft, 11)13 Y:irbrn : Church Sehool, 0:50 a. in. Paul Abbott, 'superintendent. • "Mother's Dny" service 10:50. No night service. Promised Land Church Bchool, 10 a.m. Marcus Gniiics, s»|)Crlnlendciit. "Mother's Day" service,. 11 a. m. Night service, 8 p, in, Gosncll Sunday School. 10 n. in. "Mother's Day" service fl p. in. CIIIKCH 01 Hit; NAZAHKNK Ural *nd t,)atmvre hlreetf Jlctchec Spruce, pasUr i Sunday School oiwilng exercises, 10-R.'m. Mollier's Day service, sermon by the pastor, u a. m. ' N.Y.p.S, meeting Sunday'evening. 7:30,.honoring Motherhood, Evangelistic service, fiennou by the ixistot; B p. m, Y. w. M. S. meeting, Monday B p. in. Missloimry • meeting, Wcdnotlsay afternoon.. I'rayci'.iiicollim, Wednesday 8 p. m. Topic, "The Second Cqintnii". llics^ services nro for your »pi« rtttml bvneflt. Conic and worship with us, • KlltST MKT1IOU1ST CHURCH Corner Main and H»vrnth Kcv. S. II. Wlllonl, ptntor DUft a. in, Church School. U, B. Hrmisoii, Supt, 10:5(1 u, m., worship service 6ei'- liio'n by the pastor. Miss Vl'rglnU MorcliUKl will .slug "He Love's a Star," a song written r«i>ccUlly for MotlH'r'fi I>ay, by Miss Agnes Weeks. Mtss Weeks' sister, Mrs. Forest E. niiclleyi wfhte the words for this song, nnd It Is dedicated to thcl: inother. Mrs. A. J. Weeks. ISM p.m., Yotilh fellowuhlp meet- lugs. ; . . . 7:'JO p. m., worship service, sermon by the pustoi'. You nvc Invited to atlcnd ,.,„ rvlcca of Hits eliureli whei'O « welcome awnlUs you. The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COLD RAY, the modern, scion- tlflc wave. No. heat—Nu nu- chincs. Drop in for delalts. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 10« S. Firsl Phone 2531 Next Sunday ia Mother's Day Remember her, '(Ivinj or dcart, with FLOWERS Beautiful blooming plants, cut lluw*rs and corsages for Alollirr— the bravest soldier of them all. Place your orders early WE TELEGRAPH H.OWERS ANYWHKRK. Heaton's Home Of Flowers 20fl Davis Avc. rhon( , 513 sT VIUI'KL MM}' Slrrcl Iliuwcll Bauttli, supeilntcndont Ihe Sunday School George ingi'iini, dlrccior of thu 'll'iilnlnu Union. Sunday School ul fji'JO. 'IViilnlnB Union ul (i:;io. 1'IHJ/ CO.SITI, 'lV»BKKNAt'l,K I.lly at vine Sis. t'llffi>rd L. Thicker, pastor Simiiny. School, OH5. 1 I'reiichlng, 11:00. Jimlor p. Y. A., «:3U.-. Senior !'. Y. l>. A., 1:00. Eviingellsllc service, 8:00. Midweek .sorvlces: Young People's service—Tuesday night—8:00. Priiycr liicvllne, Dlblu .study—Frl day, iilght^-8:UO. CHURCH OK IMMACULATE • VOVCGPTION Il'hc Ucv. .1. J. '1'hompson The Itev. Aino.f II. Knderlln Bumluy Masses nt 1:M »'. in, nn< io:;io u. ni. .•.--• Holy Hour for boys In sorvlco 7:30 to 8:30 p. in, : • Novciiu In lioiior uf our Sorrow Ing Mollipr, Fi-ldny, 7:30 p. in. Weukdny Musses hi 0:30 a. m. mu 8 a, m, ; ''-.-'.I FIRST- C'HRisTtAN CHURCH . Itluln at Sixth II.' Hrott Balrrt, minister Bible ifjehool, 0:45. OhlWrcn's dc pai'lmcnt iW ill conduct a siwca service for mothers;. Morning: worship, lO-.BO. At till hour, Cradle I\q!),!(lny, :ls .bilng oh served nloiiB-'w'llii 'MolnciV baj Parents will bring -.Uioii'- babies fo '"I'lie Blessing of Little Chlldion. "A Little Paiuble for Mothers" wil be read by the ix^tor, and n dial lengc to motherhood- for• .this duy will be given. Aftce this service 111 Lord's Supiwr will be observed. The Clirlstlun Hour,.8 p'. m Tlio.FJrsL. Christian Church i. joining with the Ministerial AMI mice In the effort : to lmv B tin greatest lilblc Sch'ool and Cluircl attendance on Mother's Dny. ^f yoi ure not going to church elsewhere we contlnlly Invite you here. TIRST rHi;SBVlHKIAN CIHIIICH .lames A. Ovcfholser, mlnhttr Sunday School 0:45 n m Morning Worship .11:00 am Theme, "SnfcgiinrdliiB the Clirls- tlun Home." Evening-Worship 7:30 p.m. Sermon text, "Lead Us Not Into Tciiipiniion, But" Deliver Us Fton Evil." : : Midweek Service .Wednesday,•'IjSO p.m. .---,' Choir rehearsals: Senior, Wed ncsdny 8 p.m.; Junior, f-rldny p.m. You are cordially invited lo at lend the services. Visitors In th. city arj especially welcome. "The Color Is As True As When the Dress Was New" I mils, pastels aiirt colored dresses retain their own true brightness when treated to nur reliable dry cleaning- process . . , that gels out the dirl but preserves the color! Immediate «lry cloning, when necessary will help prolong Ilic longevity and trim appearance of your clothes . . ; at an economy price. To help save tires and gas ... call for and bring tn your clothes.' FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHOHE 418 FOR BETTUK DRY CLEANING STEAM LAUMDftY PAGE THREE' BAPTIST CHURCH Wh and W»ln«t O. J.ChiuUIn; 'pastor* Gene Rartleti, asebUat • Sunday School/ 9;45, - ! Preaching service, 1D:45, (Berv- 1«$ broadcast over KLON.) >r ' Sermon ''Mary Kept These nvlnia In Her Heart," , " Aiithcm "Send out ThV Light' by Oounod, < • *, ' ' >Ludlo.s Choi us, "TliE Solid flock" by Bradbuiy., Baptist TriUnlng Union, U'50 - Pipnthlnj! .service, 7;45. Sermon 'Lot 'nils Mind Be in You."- Spocla) Music by'tho Young People of tho Chuich. Biipllsmnl sei vices at the Uoso oflhe evening service, PILGRIM' WI'HKKAN CHURCH 'Olh,& Walnut Sis. i lUlifrl njel, pastor PJIfiiiin LutlH'iim Chuah, In co- opeifllloii with' 1000 Lutheran Chinches of the MKsouil Synod will cclclJiiito MolbciV, Day by "mollicHne 1 her sons In the seiv- Icc. 'ihe local congicgatlon will' iceclic rt special Mother's Day of- ci In* for 'this woik as her pait In lalsliifoVtr $000,000 needed to carry on tlili woik lor the coming yeni The pustoi bus chosen for' Ills .vi moil topic for Molhci's Day Ma> Oth, "Behold, Your Sons!" Text; John 10, 20-27. Tho gciioial public h imilcd to nttend thh piiliiolle scivlce The relatives imil fi lends of the scivlce men fiom pllgilin Iiilhcinn me cs- pcvjiilly. urged to attend. School nt 10 a. in. t' GUI) I lltST AS.SKMHI.Y CilUKCH Ncvcnlli ,111,1 Ash Streets • ,Rcv. II, B. Slmms, |Mslor Sunday 'School, D:45 a. m. Moinlng vniehlp, 11 n in. Clnlst's Ambas.siuloLS, 0:45 p m KvanBellbUc message, t) p. m Prayei meeting Tuesday, 8 p.' m. Ill Wo .study, Filday, 8 p. m. i ir/ Continuous Show* Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show StarlH 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 9:DO t.m. '12:15 p.m. 4:JO p.m. Saturday Serial: "J'trlls «f ivjnjtn" jv 0 . s, ' • , and Short Subject. Continuous Showing Sat. 1 (o 11:30 Sunday and Monday .From *retWnal Slory I.-/ S»nr.i lovlon A.s&.lo r,rf, xn FRANK SHAV/ A UNIVERSAL PICTURE 1C I'iiKiinounl News, Sinnlay, sbowing: C'tial Strike; SUualion; Capture (if lahcii^. niollnn I'ictnrrs on ,U<;'ck nn| 1'i-arl Harbor; Surrender it C'orrtciilur. ' -Selected Shorts ROXY B»rnaln NlRht Every Night Except .Saturday. Box pilici! Opens 6:15 Show Starts 7:00 lnanu* Sham 8»«. '«nil S««. Saturdav -••Mas. nog. !: "Ojrerland Mad" No. 13 and short. ;»nt. Showing Salur. 1:00 to II:M. Sunday and Monday Fox News and Sekctfti" SIMM ;

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