The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 29, 1938 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 29, 1938
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PAGE TW<? BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Missionary Society of First Methodist Church meeting at 2:30 p. in. at crmifj), Womnn's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian church meeting at 2:30 p. ni. with Mu-i.-C. R. Babcock. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. VI. D. Chiunblln cntcrUin- Ins Tuesday Bridge club. Young Matron's Ilridge Club meeting with Mre. W. C. HiKgin- £0)1. Mrs. U. C. Alien havint: Woman's Auxiliary ol the First Presbyterian church 2:30 p. in. Mr. and Mrs. nodncy L. Banister entertaining Tuesday Night Supper Club, 1:CC/ p. m. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Baker Wilson oiUertainiiii; Wednesday Bridge club. , Woman's Auxiliary of (lie First I Presbyterian church meeting with Mrs. B. J. Allen. 2:30 p. in. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mid-Week Bridge club meeting with Mrs. A. Cenway. Mrs. Jaliu F. Lent! Having Thursday Contract club. Mrs. P.. C. Kothrock entertaining Thursday Afternoon club. Mrs. Ross Stevens having Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian church at 3:30 ]>. in. Jewish Ladles' Aid meeting with Mrs. I. Hosenttral, 8:00 p. m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Junior Womnn's club mooting nl club house. ';..,; Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian church meeting with Mrs. Fred SMidefur, .2:30 p. in. FLAPPER FANNY — COPR. \yn BIT HI A itivict. iwc. i Mnir,.y5r*T o By Sylvia Bits of News Mostly Personal SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, S 1 ^ "M:;yli>;ii'!; ilicjtlu.iMtrcnl this (liinccr 1 An' II )<.<i 'rv lo lead :!>>aii>, ill '.-in you rn.''i'in li'oi'.!'; line." " Daughter IBorn. A daughter was born lo Mr. and Mis, Fred Dean Thursday at Ihc Blytheville hospital. The baby, who weighs cisjiil pounds, has not yet been named, * * « Kehotolh Wills Alteniiance Award The loving cup offered to (he church for the largest attendance, based on mileage, was awarded Friday nljjjit to Rchobolh chape! at t'r.e closing session of the training school which lins been in pro Hayti Sociely — Personal W. M. U. hud its monthly meetliiE at the church Wednesday. Mrs. M. Frye opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. R. gressat the First Melhcdist "church L - Gilberl ' )><™"lcnt. presided iHir- jmg the bunncss session, at which time rcpntt.s were given from Ihc officers and committees. A coin- W. M\ II. Huvinic Uujine Tl-e this week. l».'K The Rev. J. H. Holt, of Blylhe- ville, is pastor of Kchobotli Chapel, which is the newest church in the district and Is located four miles west of Osceola. There were eight . present f,rbm this congregation who drove ^2>' 'miles each night. Runner-up in the contest was Lcazh- ville with six present who'drove 28 miles. According to the Rev. H. Lynn Wade, pastor of the iirst Methodist church, the training school was very successful. One hundred people enrolled for the 1'J lessons consisting of 50 minutes in each period, which were taught by Miss Ethelyne Sampley, who is in charge of the Wesley Foundation at Mi5- sissippi State Cohcae for Women at Columbus, the Rev. Harry King, of Hoxie. and the Rev. Henry Ooodloe. of Rogers. 4 • » Sar Waffle Bridge Slipper Mrs. Edgar Skinner entertained with a bridge supper Friday night in honor of Miss Phoebe Enochs of Horseshoe Lake. noyscBiiesl. of Mis. Elbert Huffman. Other out of town guests were ir^s Carolyn Haley, Miss Lillian Shaver, aiul Mrs. Brown Sanderson, ot Manila, and Miss Marguerite Dolan, lute of Litlle Rock and new o! Memphis. In the bridge games which followed the waffle supper, Mrs. H. G. Partlow won high, a double deck of cards, aul Mis. Huffman, low, handkerchiefs. Mrs. Snudcr- ron cut consolation, guest towels and Miss Enochs was presented B gift. The Valentine scheme was carried out. * » * liar I'hy I'.irly E. E. Gee, jr.. sou of Mr. and Mrs. Everett B. Gee, entertained nine of his kindergarten friends at a play party Friday jiftrrjiOon nt bis home on the Vorbro road. Inc chiMren playtd games throughout the afternoon, and later, Mrs. Gee served ice cream, cakes, and, candy. Favors were Valentine baskets filled with heart shaped candies. mitlee composed of Mdmes A. O, Sanders. R,. E.' Ncthcry nnd Mrs. G. C. Martin, WOK appointed lo . . , draw up the constitution and by.• ptniK. made for (.lie. ._ . . . study course. to be held at Ihc cir cle incql-jnfjs next Wednesday. G. A. Have Meeting • The G. A.'s of Ihe Baptist church et at the homo of Sally Jo Nrlh- ery 'Jliursday. opnira with prayer. Miss charge of the The meeting was UOUR followed with Jean Dcwcesc, in program "The Be- 4-H Club I< Note Gene F'ITC. the ginning of the Girls Auxiliary," was assisted by a number or the members. Mrs. Sallie llollis, a guest, closed with prnyer. The hostess served refreshments. Si-rbcamr Meet The Sunbeams met Tuesday afternoon after seticol in Mrs. U, L, Allen's room. Mrs. Allen had charge of the program, after which .-efrcchfneuts were served. Ji'nicr R. A.'f Meet The Junior R. A.'s of Ihc Baptist church met Monday nfte.nioon •vilh their counselor. Miss Wnndn Mills, at school. The program wns prwsiitcd by Russcl McDonald, ?aul Ceilings. Bobby Hubcr. Leon Hlnkslon. Hugh Walters, and Gene Frye. New officers for the year were elected: Bobby Hubcr. Ain- bussadcr Iu Chief; ri.isscl McDonald. First Assistant Ambassador; Buddy Winters. Second Assistant Ambassador; Paul Geltings. Reorder; Leon Pinkilon. Scribe; Kenneth Fem-e. Steward. Hugh Waller?. Custodian; Herald. The nieetiiits will be 'irsl and Ihird Mondays each month. Personal service lor the month consists or taking fruit to shul-ln:-. * • « Ann t'unninihaui Cl3- : Klcrti Officf is Member.-, of Ilie Ann Cimnitiq- I'.am Sunday School Class of the Baptist church met at me home of their leather Mnndtiy afterncon. iviih one visitor present. Mrs Hen Hall. Mrs. Champ Cn-tliucs hnd charge =f Ihe devotional and presided ig fhe business session wh?u rcporti were given and officen- for he new year were ejected- Mr'-, Champ Oettings. president; Mrs. foe fluber. vice president; MIS Clinton Winters, .-.ecretaiy and ;rensurer; and the Social commit, ce. Mmes. Jake Stiles. Harry Get- Ungs and Jack Phillips. Mrs. Hull closod the meeting with prayer. The hostess served refrcshmenb. Town a ml Cora'trj Club Meets Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Buckley entertained the Town and Country Bridge Club Wednesday evening There were four tallies of 1 players including two guests. Mrs. B L GulTey ol Washington, D. C., and Mrs. H. B. Maslerson. Mcsdames children and 15c for admit u le j.±'2* "S"' r ±, M . 5 \,. BwKlci ' the Monday Club this week. Mrs. iiimar Tlicinpson received Ihe high score prize. The hostess served refreshments. Hfr.v. t'omllt liiilertains Club Mrs. Lenora Condit entertained her bridge club Thursday evening with one table of guests. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. nreeiwcli. Mrs. H. 15. Master and Mrs. fi. l,. Oulley. llleh score club prize went In Laiuiir Thompson and Mrs. H. D. Aliislci'son received high guest pritc. The hostess served a pinto lunch nl (he conclusion of the games. Miss .It.vsic Be m> t'rUrtniii!; Cliolr The members of the Methodist dioir met nt the home of Miss .lesjlc Reno Wednesday evening for chclr practice and a social. After practicing a social hour wan enjoyed and the hosiers served refreshments of cake ami hot chocolale. Among those who will attend Die performance yf "Brother l?at" nt the auditorium In McmpM* to- nlljlil will be: Mrs. Hurry w. mines, and ™n. Harry, jr., MLyi Mary Haln. Oscar Fondh'r. Miss Wnrrenc nrownleo, and Sam ij. Williams. Miss lirownlee will remain lor the week end. Mr. an:| Mrs. S. .Ilcdel were in Memphis I'-rliiay for George Abbott's production of "Brother Rat" which Is now playing at the Auditorium, ! Mrs. .}nh,, Miles Miller Is spcnd- c loilny in Memphis. Mrs. W. K Cooley and son, David, ul Joiner, were here Friday n« the (jiiesl.s of Mrs. Cooley's par- nils, Air. and Mrs. M. T'." Moon, who accompanied lliein lo Monetle where they visile;! Mr. and Mrii. J. Norrls Moon. nnyiiMind Zocliry is ill at Ills liome on Lake si reel. Mr. ami Mr;;. U. A. Lynch, and danghlei. Miss Martini Ann, were Hi Memphis Friday. Cecil Shanr sjient Mday in Mnrltuuia where he attended to l>urlness. Byron Morse attended the ab- ttrnclois mceliiif; in Marion Friday. J. Louis Cherry Is attending a mcetins of the New York Life Insurance Company in Memphis today. J. Mcll llrooks Is attending to buriness in Litlle Rock today. a (.'HUKCll Main a( .Sivtli (;ro. W. Pallcrson, Minister •A'j lun.. Bible school, W. O. Ciiitiln, superintendent. 'd a.m., worship, communion ami prrucliiiiR. "The Four Kinds of Hearers" will be (lie pastor's sermon theme. 2:09 I'ldclLs Society meeting. G:IS p.m.. Vuitni; People's mcttl- bif;. All 3'oiiDK people of I h e iluircli and Bibb scliool urged lo come and be on time. 1::!0 p.m., worship nnd uroacfo- li)({. "What I'lacc lias Heligion in Your Life?" will In- Ihcnu; of Ilie sermon. Wcdnscday, 7::m p.m., sinking at CiirHiait Hall. A liappy fellowship and inspiring music. I'Tvcry member nl Ihe chinch is earnestly urRod to rouu> to every service. Those who liuve not placed Iheir membership with the local church ore requested lo do so us soon us possible. Let's got lo- (.ellier with the determination lo l:r mine faithful (o our Lord and more devoted ID His than ue have ever boon heretofore. We most cordially invite the imblli.'. .Slraiu:ers iu our city rs- lirrlnilv Invilcd. We'll liy |r> make you ijlad that ymi came our way be adamant of error, —self-will, ^elf-jusUllcaUrm, and ::clf-lovc— I'hlcli wars against spirituality Hid Is the law of .sin and death," A Christian Science program is truadcosl each Wednesday at 11:15 a.m. over KLCN. I-THST rilHSBVTKKIAN 11. Sahmm, Pallor 'ng, China, is the home address of our guest preacher in line worship service at II o'clock. The itcv. Cieoi'f'i! 1>. Slev- '».•; comes from Ihe heart of 'ilaiiBSu province, the very section over-run by Japanese (roops In recent months, and will spe.ik out if personal experience and kwnvl- tdge about (he conditions and events in china nt the present lime, ,-m<| of the natural effects of Ihc war on our Missions there. Mrs. R. c. Allen and Miss lion- nip. Jeanne Buchanan will play a duet frum "II Trovatore" by Verdi. nrcuiniKiiiicd by Mrs. F. B. Joyner on the organ. There will lie no evening wor- 'ilp service, as the pastor and the ftev. Mr. Slevens will .go on Jones- Mrs. F. P. Jacobs Is D. A. R. Essay Chairman GIUDEH, Ark. -Mrs. Fred p. Jacob; of Odder has been ai>- poiulcd Arkansas slate ehalrm in of essay contcsis sponsored by the nu- Nntionul Sncirly, U.A.R. Slie I nouncc.s tlmt Mrs. Charier, W. Wnlls of Ilunliuglon, W. Va,. national vice prcfidenl, has offered a prize of $100 for the b:st essay ' States PI« ? , n't on '"Ihe United Orisln. Use and Tradition." The essay Is limited to ICOQ words. Ail high school sludenls arc eligible to niter the contest. Tiiose frum Arkansas schools are»d to send their essays to Ihe state chairman. Mrs. Jacobs, at Grlder, not Inter than March 1. Student.-, desiring information on Ihc contest may write to Mrs. Ju<its, inclosing postage for reply. ply. Junior Group To Give Osceola Cbb Program Off KOLA. Ark., Jun. ?5._Tlic Junior Progressive Club. Ann Bem- uies Barbiers. president, will have . charge of Ihe program al Ihc The Gosncll 4-H Club met on Wednesday aflcrnoon. with James Nierstheimcr. president, presiding. There were 26 members' present, Opal wllh two new members, Hardesly and Tlielmu Boyd. James Nierttlieimer anil Bess Hemphill gave a talk on the *1-H club basketball tournament which is to be held in February. The club made plans to enter the tournament. Members are giving a tlscfc face minstrel on Wednesday night, Feb- mcelliur of (he senior Progressive Club on Tuesday. February 1. The principal feature of the' meeting will be Ihe talk on the life ot Madame Chiang Kai-Shek ol fhina by Barbara Bunks. Bach llrl will give a Ihvec minute talk en. "What 1 Have Ltnrned as « Member of the Junior Progressive club." Mwlcal numbers will include a duet by Virginia Cromer «n;l Mrs. J. E. Simmons; a Irlo bv Jean chiles. Marie Mayo ami Doris Counts; and a piano solo by Barbara Bunks. Mrs. A. t-' "gpiesc assisted by Mrs. Bob Cromsr i» sponsor of Ihe younger Rroui) Their plan of work follows the general outline followed by the General Federation of Women's Clubs. Wilson. MK. John Merrill, of apnl Friday afternoon in Blythc vllle as the guest of Mr. and Mrs J. H. Elkins. The condition of Mrs. N. Johns, who was snicken with paralysis Wednesday, Is unchanged- today Mrs. M. o. Usrey and Mis'; Mildred Moore tire in Memphis lodny where they will meet Miss Mnry Epnln Usrey, a student at the wil n riujitiiu t mm-;nAN I'iii'iu'ii Sl.vlh and IValiinl S(rrr|s II. •'. Klrinilidisl. I'astur Bmiday school, 9 a.m. Morning worship. HI a.m. Sermon theme: "WIuil God Expect of All Church Officers." Tin newly-elected oil icon; of church and Kundiiy school t: inducted into office. The Lutheran Hour, 3:',K p.u over (if) stations. Tune in to KLCN nnd hear Dr. Mairr speak on "The Power of Prayer." Special lecture Wednesday, n p m.. on ChiJii!—lier people, c-u.s- (ems. missions and Siiio-Jajianesf struggle. The Rev. Klein. Ihe lecturer, .spent is years in China am vviil illustrate |,( s lecture with <u- lerisling slides. A most cordial welcome is ex tended lo all. I'lKST (.THJflL'li 0|.- Tin; NA/AKKNE Euiihii 1). Beiulcy, IMstiir a.m., Sunday Scliool. Noble . ,, - tnro for a Porpljjn Missions rally there in the evening. have llieii p, m., led The Pioneers will usual vespers at <i:-ir bv Bill Morse. The Juniors will also meet at H' s:mie hour, :>:; usual. Sunday church school meets ;it •IS ». m. with ample facilities for nil. TliSH'U; ISHAl'l, ihriiian I'ollacli, Kablii 1:30 1), m.—Sunday school cl:iss- • will l;c in session. Preparations for a Purlin play will be made. •'*-'Oo p. in. — Religious services will be held, This service i.s desig- CUIVK uu W.OOO-Jlilc Trip I BHOWNWOOD.- Tex. (DP) — 'three Brown county registered I Polled Ilerefords have started on ;a more (lian 10,000 mile trip. They were lhi|)|>ed by M. E. Fry, Drowii county ranchman, lo Wilson nnd Mc'Donell at Queensland, Australia. Hyiiifj Squadron," Headed By l!ocal Pastor, To Visit Cliurclies The Rev. S. H. Salmon, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, ami the rtev. George Stevens, of Yciichr-Hjj, CiJiiut, who i.s to speak at the First Presbyterian church Sunday morning, will leave that afternoon for u Irip which will lake them over the entire Presbytery of Arkansas. Oilier fiimtjn missions leaders will join them (or part of tile (rip nt various points, making up a "Flying SquadiW which \vill Jiir-cl groups of churches at specified limes. Sunday night in Jonesuoro, as naled throughout this region Joint Distribution Day. The men theme will be: ''Europe Today." Music will lie rendered by the choir, Mrs. Walter Rosciitliai, Mrs. Sicgbert Jiedel, and Mrs. Louis Applebaum, and tr.e pianist. Airs. Frank A. McGregor. Public is cordially invited (o nt- lend. University of Mississippi, Oxford. 1 XlcCiillar; .superintendent bhe will accompany them home: 11:00 a.m.. Morning ' worship. (o spend (he week end with her Fermoii mother. Q , lcs ,., Ml. and Mrs. Elton W. Ki r l,y T.EQ ,,,„ were in Memphis yesterday, i 7:30 p.,,,', Mrs. • Ben Cooper, formerly of mon subject F-aragoiild, now of Hot Springs, is dience.' visiting her sister, Mrs. P. c. Roth- reck, and familv. subject, "The Soul's N. V. p. s. 'ing service. Ser- they will meet groups represent ing the JOMtsbon) First Clmrch, Jonesborn Second church, Pina- Bould, Walnut Ridge, and Black Uocfc churches. The next stop which will be made at Newport Monday alier- noon. will be followed by a mccl.- iuu at, Batccvillc Monday nighl, with Colter and Jamestown being represenlcd, at jjctx-r Spim:;s Tuesday afternoon, with Scarcv and Sugar Loaf groups also. H'I AlorriUoii Tuesday night with Coinvay nnd Cove Chapel included; at Lillte Rock Second church Wednesday night .will, Little Rock's First. Central, and Pulaski Heights churcTics and North Lil.._ Me Ilock, Jacksonville, Weslmin- 1-. ister at Sweet Home, Sylvania at War:!, and Lonoke included. 'J'he "Flying Squadron" will then make stops at Collou Plant Thursday afternoon, with DcsAre De- Valls Bluff, and Briuklcy participating; at Forrest City Thursday nlghl. with Wynne, and New Hopewcll invited; at Earle Friday afterncon. with West Memphis and FIRST BAPTIST CHUIICH Hughes included. \Valiiut and Eighth Osceola and Bassett have boen Alficil t'arpcnlrr, I'aslor j im'ilcd lo Blytheville for the Smi- SUNDAY— day morning service. «::«. a. m. Bible sclicol. Among (hose, who will make It.'35 ,".. in. Worship service. l wts of the tri]> are: Mrs. W. W. Special me-.sages in song bv un- \ nrajrer of Forrest City, who holds them and duet. Sermon lopic, "A °"° c( tllc highest cilices in Ihc Stubborn Fact.". Presbyterian church, being a inem-1 C:3C p. m. Training unions. I tjcr of lhc General Assembly's ex| 7:30 |>. m. Preachliifr service. ccllliv ° committee of foreign mis- 1 Special music in anthem and duet. ! sims ' Mrs - D - B. Eamcs. forcigji Everything for your entcrv ta'mmcnt and comfort. Admission Malincc lOc & Me Admission Night l(5o & 3Cc Motto's Stcele-Cooter Holland Society—Persona! Wcdnesday. 7:30 p.m. j: layer service. A welcome awaits all worship with vis. Mid-wcck John Boone join foitila lo (hey will make Jce Johnson, has arrived for mother. Mrs. llf.nry Statler has sonc lo Cnli- his family, where their home. Hint, Midi., visit with his has relnrn- I-AKK STKKET METHODIST CHURCH !•'. M. Sivcct, 1'astor Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Worship service, J0::to a.m. Young people's service, s::ia rvcnins worship. 7:30 p.m. Missionary society Monday at cluireli, 2:30 p.m. Mid-wcck prayer service nesday. 7:M p.m. All members urged to wo win hiBiin our book Everyone is cordially 'invilrii rcl (o her home in Memphis alter her brotlicr, Henry visit llowcll. Dale Huttedge underwent nn operation at the St. Joseph hospital, in Memphis, Thursday and is rcsi- State missionary, C. L. nandcll SUcst preacher. WEDNESDAY— 7:00 p. m. Department meetin 1:30 p. in. Mid-week service. 8:30 p. in. Choir rehearsal. as . . missions chairman for Ihe Syuod- ical of Arkansas. Mrs. J. ]j. Mc- Ciilly, iv!:o holds the same ollice in Ihe Arkansas Presbytery a.s Mrs. Eamcs, the Rev. R. 's. Schuster, pastor First Presbyterian j church at Joneshoro. '.lie Rev J F LIJXOIIA iHETHOlMST CHl/KC'n! n ° :iSl ' lilst or of North Little Rock .)an;cs T. Handle, I'astn,. Presbyterian cluireli, W. L. Cllp- Eunday school Ifl a.m. Mrs Sue I'"" 1 ' ° Ulcr '" Pulaski : Heights Sunday school Ifl u.m. Mrs. Sue Brown, superintendent. Morning worship, II a.m. slatlalion of the officers of Woman's Missionary Society. | Vesper Services. 4:15 p.m.' Musical prelude. Mrs. R. c. Lingston. Presbyterian church. The last thre names arc members o f the pc-r- come as worship will) us in all of our to •,-crf- I'Kill Mttal in Abundance , RALEIGH. N. C. (UPI—Millions of Ions of ;i hitherto rare mineral which contains (he lightest metal known—™ lt(jht Hint it will float on water and is five times lighter Ihnu aluminum — have been local- id in North Carolina. It is known as xpodumcnc. ng us well as can to expected. Mrs. Emmelt W. Wnynsloro, Tenn., is the tilts week of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Ycarser will . Ycarscr ofUi"B a solo II. Lynn Wade, I'uslnr The pastor's theme Sunday morning win l le "Something To Be Prourl Of." D. c. Sulherland will Riirst T. A. arrive her home, has been tonight (o accompany Clusler Taylor, wlio . Mriunhis the pasl i>n businpM. returned home Inllcr parl of Ihe week. Ho return (o Memphis Monday «iil lit- employed company ihrrr. weeks the will by the lii;ht Seoul News Boys Gii If Tlicre were 17 ndvancciwnis made al the Court of Honor ol Hi: Boy Hcouls at their meeting al ire City Hall Thursday night-, niien Floyd While presided. . Scoutmasters S. H. Salmon James A. Puckett qualified (heir life awards. lor At the Hospitals Mrs. Sternberg, Wilson " ' ..««.. mm. m 11 t iviii- IIIHUUIH [H'l 1 To Talk To Negroes Mra - Iimli McGiti ' of """ M «>"- Mtgiuc* llntfcnvcllt all 0 pe rR , ir ,u (or , )p _ A daughter was bom to Mr ,mri Mrs. O. I,. Gentry, ot Rn. rhmri last night at the Blylhevill" hospital. Mrs. Genlry was rrnnvrd Ihcrc In a Holt nmbulnnen. In Ihc United Stales, two .bil-1 MK. G. T. Aii.ims lion .dozens,of eggs arc -sold-an-)Knttrlains Club ' •' " Mrs. G. T, Adams entertained Mrs. S. S. f clwitripin of (lie Arkansas Den- ctatic V/omni's C'liibs, and o!ai- fhi-e u. Wilson, tortner president of the chanibsr of commerce, are to '-r- guest :-praXC)-s on Hie Good- 11 ill Endi'avar program at the Pll- Biim Rc^t negro BaplLst clnuTii Sunday aHprnoori. Mayor Marion Williams, the Rt'V s. ir. Salmon and Zal B. Harrison, attorney, were sprok'jrs l last night's meeting at the church. The scries of meetings is spoil- lorcil by the Arkansas state Goodwill Endeavor, a neero orgaiiiza- Hon. which, according to it.s spoii- scra ,Ls seekini; to promote nd- vnnccnient of tlie negro race by better understanding. dicitis last nieht at (VLiJ.IH.! llrt I [(.-.(, district theville hospital. Read Courier News Want Ad.-,. At the evening service a girls (no from junior high will furnish the special music. Ti, e c | loil . lvil , si»K an antliejii nl onch service. The pastor's Ihcme will be tas- rd on the third "The Sin A cordial all. and Mjl welcnmc Commandment ly of Cursing." Is extended lo Two English words, facetious and j abstemious, contain all of the vowels in their alphabetical order. 1 manent committee of Arkansas Presbytery on foreign missions of tt-hicl! the Rev. Mr. Salmon is chairman. He has promoted (his trip as chairman or this committee and as moderator ot the Presbytery. The Presbytery will meet, in Dlytheville for iU next ssssion. April 10. This is a purl of a pngram of the whole Southern Presbyterian church, which is now engaged in a special season ol prayer and self-denial for foreign missions, to further which I this trip lias been worked out. two Founded in 1855 with only members, the Y.W.C.A. now has mere than l.OOO.GOO members in more than 50 countries. Chinese is spoken by more people in the world than any other longuc. It Is the liinguago ol ;;iore than tour hundred million persons. Head Courier News Wani Ads. instead of u, r regular rvfl ,ii,.- f'-iuuu, announced by the past:)] Here will l,.. ,,,„.„ .,„ niustralcd | n- Tw fbmvi "S "ic influence O l t'.e Bible. "The old Book Findh> E N'ew Friends." U1KISTIAN SCIKN'CK SEUVILl'.s' T08 W. .Mai,, St. "love" is the subject of i,, l: , Iraon-wrn,,,!, which will be mid! n nil Churchrs of Christ, Sci.-,,- : IK(. on Sunday, January 30. i ihe (Joldrn Text is: "We have hnown and brlicved the love Ih.iM God hall, (,, ,, ; Oo( | is , ovc . an<) he that dwrllelh in love dvvell- P»i '" find, rind God in him "I I John .t.-jfi Anions tin- citations which comprise the le^r.u-rermon is the following f,om the Hihlc- "O',ve i'.o' man any ll;m l: . fcut ^ if)vn , llv , another: for ],<- (,«( , ove(h nllolh . r hath t,,l|,i!r,| (hc law/ . Komanr> ^B. The Irw-rn-.H-rmon also includes the follrrtiini; pa.voKC from Iho Christian Science textbook. "Science and Health with Key to the bcnptiircs" by Mary Baker Eddy: in paltciit obertietiee to a patient God let us labor to rii-walve with the universal solvent of Love 193G riunwnlh DeLuxe Coach I'phnlslrry. |winl. 5th * Walnut Phone 810 We Serve, the Foods You Like Best DINE WITH US SUNDAY Specials T-Hiinc Weak I'iriH-h l-'rird rotatocs 5-alad 7!nl noils C' ITre or Milk ll.dl uy:,len. Fried and Frrnch J-'rird Potatoe-. :>.iul fa lad IFcl Rolls O:!tcn or Milk t"t.-||:| I l.i If Fry I'ofirr oi- li 01- Choice of: ('lii<kfll Kro; l.rjs I-'reneh K'ird I'olatin'N ,-mrf .s.' Milk ll<>( Knlli J''i'<\s!l !''tVll Outlet,; I'Yom'.h Fried Pntators an;[ Sal;»d Coffee or -Milk Mcro'iatits- f.mich Ln Choice : Clioiue nf : Slewed ChicUon iiud \n"<llr;, I'rirrl Cliiclvrn and f'rram (Iravy linked limn :uul U;iisin SuiK'c '"I Potiilncs ('>i'non .(lot Rolls ('"free or Jlilk Also ciirtonn & serial, "Mysteri- BIIS I'ilol" with L'aiilain l-rant Ifawke.s. Continuous* showing. Admission till r,:l!l) ji.i Admission AftPr G |l.n Sunday - Monday GRAND FUN AND ROMANCE Sunday Al;iliure and Kie * :»;c Mon. .Mat, Id- & ;;i; c Mon. N'iirbl lOr A. 'iSc t-'nniinj; Sonii: TIIK BliCCAJVW.T! INTERNATIONAL .Sli SWIN(! YOUR LADY IIOUA'IVIHJ!) HOTKI, KVKKVDAVS A HOLIDAY DOOR LANDING HAPPY OXY Admission Always lOo .t Z6c Show every night. MnfUicrg »rl- liar, S.-ilurday ,t Sunday Only. Friday t t Similar Maitnrrj star) 2: lr > p.m. Saturday Continuous showl,, c frnm 1 to 11:10 p.m. shows start 6:15 |i.,n. TIAI AJcCOY in Tl'r Wild and \Yonly West is I'ark as;niii—when "Tim" delics a lianj cf dri.pcr;idocs. n r.irlfinn *. srrial, "Tim Tv's f.urk" with Frank Jr Tlmin- a-S .fr. and rr.iurcs Knliiiiwu. All Ctiililrcn 5e Friday & H.ltunUv Sunday - Monday ' I Al the Stale I,i,,c

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