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PAGE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS SATURDAY,' 1037 Social. Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS' Woman s Council, Pirat Christian church, bavin? "pot luck" luncheon nt home ot Mrs. Renkert Wcten- kamp, Ipm. Woman's Auxiliary. First Prcs-. bytcrian -church, meeting at. the ciiurch, 2:30 p.m. . •' _ . Woman's Missionary Tjnion, Mrst Baptist .church, meeting at. the church, 2:30 .p.m.- •.• \ TUESDAY'S'.EVICTS , . Maple Drove Cemetery .Association meeting 'with' Mrs. J. 6. -Sud hury, 2:30 p.m. ;.'. j ' .Mrs. Hunter 0. Sims having the Tuesday Bridge club. .. Young Matrons Bridge club mcct- in° with Mr?.' Dayle Henderson. . I Intermediate G. A.X First. Baptist church, njcetingjat church, 3:19, "'junior G.'.AvX'-: First 'Baptist church, meeting at "church; 3:3° P- Sunbeams meeting First Baptist church meeting 3:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY'S EVEKTS Mrs.. W. H. Minvard having • Wednesday Bridge club. Central P.-T. 'A. 1 executive board meeting 2:30\p.m., to be followed by general meeting;, 3 p.m. R. A.'s meeting First Baptist church; 4 p.m. THURSDAY'S BVENT3 • Mrs. J. I/mis Cherry entertaining Mld-Week Bridge club. Town and' Country Bridge club having fish fry at country home of Mrs. C. C.'Lai'.gston, 1 p.m. Thursday, Contract cHib meeting •with Mrs.," John .F. Lenll. Growing Wind v By Helen Welsliunor A GROWING wind is on the law! tonight; , ' A wind that pulses gently through tiroc! fielus That have been dormant since the rendering Of soil-blood taken by the Imvvest yields. A growing wind—blow strong, 1 anil stronger still! Until nil hate, all avarice and greed That festered in the winter's narrowed nays' Shall end in joy, dear God, for tliis'l plead! O il, if the Soil can feel,'I think il.wakes On such a night, rcmemberinx the way ' ' The grain laid yellow rugs across its breast Awl crops grew tall in some warm yesterday. Now, deep within, the life-urge beats again • For sun, for wind, for rain, for all things bright. My heart, foi'gct the winter's monotone— 'A growing wind sings in the fields tonight! Nazarcnc Women Meet. Members ot the Women's Missionary Society of pjC'First Church of the Nazarcne ''met; Thursday afternoon for. u lesson In the Nam-' renc study book, given by Mrs. O. O. Duniven. .,..-; ••••'.:• . Mrs. George Cuinmings and the Rev. Eupha D. Bcasley led In prayers and Mrs. . WHsiC: Taylor gave Ihe devotional' leading, from Luke 23. 'The lesson was on'ilexlco. Mrs. Oscar Alexander told, of the distance from Btythevillc to tho nearest point .of ;thc, .Mexican-, border :Mrs. George--.. Cunningham -told of the dark and. bright aspects of the Mexican religious" situation, Mrs :HES Bits of News Mostly .Personal IJryanl Hill, of Camp For t Wayne, Detroit, Mich., urriva-d yes- Icrday for a ten days stay, witri his Taylor. . . . .... Mi's. Edgar Bormiv >W)io ..has- l)cen'(|iiit« ill tot (on days, Is better today. ",'.''' '"•'.":'>'••"•' Morris Ze 11 ne r, w ho nn cler we nt n tonslleclomy Thursday at the Memphis Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat clinic, will return home tonight. Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Burnett and daughter, Billla Marie, have gotie to Tiilsa, Okla., to spend tho weekend with relatives.' . Mrs. John Durham and daughter, Miss Virginia, arid Mrs. T. J. Barries, spefif, yesterday In' Mem: phis. Among those who attended the banquet at Holland last night for mem hers of the Holland high' school I alumni were: Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Parks. George Causey, Miss Bornlcc Barter, Mrs. Loreric Durham, Mrs. Ira Parkliurst. Jafce Barber and Miss Euth Irvln. The Rev. Stuart H, Salmon am Ross Stevens returned .Thursday from Conway, where they , attend cd the meeting', of PjreKbytOry The Rev. Mr. Salmon gave'a• re port of a committee ; appolnte to make changes In the workin of the Presbytery. FIKFT CiriHSTIAN CHUUCII Carroll. ClWdj • Pastor Bible School,-9:45,. W. O. Oner-" In, supt. Our" attendance is 'growing from Sunday to -Sunday. You will help by coming: ; Morning worship, .-10:50. Sermon, "Faith a Road to Truth." ' ; . Evening worship, 1:30. Sermon, "The Folly ot Mole-Pulling.!' .' ' Young [icoplc's program, at 0:30. Full attendance urged. Mid-week f brvlco Wednesday evening at 7:30. Resuming Bible Trainin?.: Council meeting Monday at;2:3P. • - : PILGRIM LUTHERAN"? CHURCH : • II. }.• KleiriiJienSI,,.Pastor , Sunday seiiool, 9° a.m.'' i , Divine Services', id a;nV. Theme of sermon: "All'.Things ;WorK Together for Good to Them tha'; Love Sunday Schoolteachers'.meet on Friday, 7:30 'p.m. Jesus says; "He that is of God icarcth God's words. 47. ' i • Ophelia McGregor spoke, on '^Yherc and by WMdmiwas the''Begiriiihr« <6 Nniarene;Missions in Mexico? 1 ' Plans iy.ere made Iflr-'aij^iOl da meeting <Jti May 21 when .Mrs.. .3 S.'. FiUdns, general 'i>f evident 0 the Nftza'fens Missionary Soclet. and Mrs/ .R. G. : ' Reynolds, 'wb first organized; thc'-group, will I) guests or-: .honor 'and who 5 will re •main for- a- special service tha night. ' ... It was. announced that Mr Beasley .will entertain the grou next Thursday 'afternoon, with social. ; ; : • .' i Demonstration Club News Notes Entertains'jCl.ass.— ' ':'•'.' '• • Mrs. Russell . Phillips Twas hostess to tiie' members of the G ol den Rule, Sunday school class o! the ' First Christian church Friday night" - / After a short business session bunco was played. Mrs. J. J. Bryant ^yon the traveling prize Miss Lcla Beck won the high score for" the ladies, and I. O Wcstbrook won high score for the •men. There were 20 members ano 'orie guest, Don II. 'Kasscrman present, Entertains Class. Mrs. C. E.-Edds, teacher of 12 year-old girls In the Sunday seliop of the First Baptist church, entertained her class with a pjtrlv Thursday, night at 'her home, 308 W. Davis Ave. . • Eloise Parks assisted thc hostess ; in serving a dessert phite after games had been played. .''*•* r- Mtsic Club Has A - \nmird '1-11 Club. Tlie Armorcl .4-H club boys hey approve of the girls in theti club demonstrating their ability to :ook. Oh Wednesday. April 14, the I-II girls went home from schoo ,vill\..Dra-ls Anderson. They prer pared" . a etsak dinner. iiich:dhig vcjetnhlijv s'ulad-'untl '"'"• cml Thc 4-H. boys came at 0:30 and after a brief business meeting din nor was served lo 24 members Miss.ni-llu I'urtie. the sponso and Miss'Marjoric Doyle were th jucsts. The captains of Hie club a.r urged to. see that each member '{Geplng 'up his demonstration ar keeping a record. Each captain urged lo get a note book and coi tact his or her members every fo 1 days. , . I '-^ i The regular monthly meeting \rniorcl is each first Monday. A social meeting Is planned for 1 Silky Leopard Recreation Council «t Luxora Gives. Pla LU^ORA. Ark.— A Hire: net ml iical 'coinidy. "Regalia High Step- rci« was ghm iicie lhursda> nlglit.bcforri a packed "house at the ach month also. The officers ot~thc club arc: President, Eileen Hngen; vice -.resident. Doris Anderson; 'sccre- ary, Alma Knthcryn Hill; repo'rt- Imogcnc Smith. Shady Orove 4-II Cluli. \ The 4-H club of Shady aro\' has had three meetings recently -ind last. Thursday the county igcnl, D. S. Lantrip, assistant -ov.nty agent, J. M. Cavcndsr, Miss coleman. county home deui- ^nstratlon agent, anil the state 4-H :lub leader, W. J. Jernigan. stop- .icd by. Mr. Jernisan gave an tnspira- Monal talk, saying ttiat big bu i ness concerns consider "p^rsonall- ty".as much' as "ability" -.ecking employes. . The Music, "department of-the Woman's; club, which is havinf programs which are creating much interest throughout the city, had another oii, these yesterday afternoon when .Mrs. Russell-Farr presented a program on light opera This grovp, 1 - under thc leadership of Mrs. : K-. D. Carpenter, who is. the newly elected president, plans to .'continue of these /'subjects the rendition at meetings, wliich are bpEn to the public. At yesterday's meeting, the program -was.•'announced, on hand made programs which carried out the theme. The inspiring numbers were from' the best known light operas. Mrs. Paul .L. Tipton sang "Kiss Me, Again" . from "Mile. Modiste"; Miss^ Bonnie Jean Buchanan played a violin selection of "Ah, Sweet Mystery of. Life" from . "Naughty Manila 1-11 Club. The-Manila '4-H chin met Thur lay with Clifford While prcstrtin' Miss Coleman. county home dem 3nstraf.an u^vnt. ami J. M. Ca\ cndcr, assistant ccuiHy ag?nt. were present. The clothing captain, Virgin! Smith, gave a complete report the work of her team. The oths captains rcparting wtrc: cookers Dctothy Jean Alston: canning an gardening. Florence Oimn;" pi Kddic Asliabvannsr; crop, Kaj niDiKl Englisli. an;i calf club. Eb Reynolds. Miss Coleman explained th •plaul to Prospei Contest" arid "I pointed Raymond English to sei 15 many signers as he could. So gave out the Clothing Manuals attti explained tt.c color chart. Tlie 4-H club plans a party soon nd .will asl: HIM sponsor. Misi Martha t.latthcws, to chapcrone it. liiRh ; s3hooI niklitorium.-This was followed by; a dance. , Proceeds from the" affair will bo u=" I for rcci""t on "nmomeiil, the, olay having been sponsored by the recreation council under' the dlrec- •Jon of Mrs. r'r'aiik Denloi'i, a mcm- itr cf Ills recreation council: aa<\ irnmntlc club. rh" i)ll\ which will b" repeated con ID olhei communities of the •otintv, had mii5ic furnished by 4he roci cation orchestra which also u hjcd toi the community dance Thue were 28 in the cast with Claian"c Moore James Garnei "ul Brinllcj MISS K^len Pitman L'jxitf corkran. Wooflrow Pnr'decey, Miss Ann Clair Wilklas, .James Uoy;l "Edwards. Miss' Evelyn -Me- Daiilel. Dennis Voss, Paul .'Aycock an;f Herman Lynch in tho leading icles. Other features of the show '.V2rc the senior and junior chnrus- ss, (he Rccalia floor show and nmu- !j;rs by the orchestra. TRST PRRSBVTERIAN CHURCH S. II. • Salpibn, Pastor Everybody enjoys good music, and ence everybody should be attract- il by ono feature of our morning vorship tomorrow whtch begins al leveri; o'clock. A beautiful violin trio, "Selection's', from Maritana,' vill be played by Mrs*. S. H. Sal- tion', .'Mrs. Rives Allen,- and Bonnfc: J'caii Buchanan, . accom •jantep by Mrs. F. B. Joyner.on the organ. The 1 choir will sing the anthem, "At the Name of Jesus" by Ada ins. Spscial organ numbers will preach on "The Three prepositions of Life." In thc Evening Worship, beginning at 7:30 o'clock, thc paslor's lopic will be "A Vision ancl Its Af- termalh." Organ music will be played by Miss. Louise Dobyns. Sunday Church School is still ?oing strong,".and; we COJifjdently expect Some departments to go ovci the top tomorrow in- ''addition! lo thobe alre idj pist th'c'ir goals. Let's «0i , ' " i ' • !•: i The Pioneers-of-the-Ohure,'li 'will FLAPPER FANNY And next tliuc, read the 'Welcome' AFTER you wipe your fcctl : the First Baptist church, Hayti, ...... . ....... Mae McCutchcn and H. N. Arnold a »' » Mo. sermon topic: Miss Pansy Boswell of cunning C:30 p.m:. Baptist Training Un- is spending this wee here as the house guest of-.Mrs. J 7:30 p.m., Worship .service. The Rev. William Huffman, preacher. Miss tfellie McClanahaii wascoi Sermon topic: "Saved! by a Sinless, ' home the first fe Suffering Saviour." lays of Ihis week on account Monday everting, 7 o'clock, Baptist Brotherhood meeting. Tuesday evening, 1 o'clock, Sunday School stiidy course. Read Courier News Want Ads John Everything For Your Entertainment' and Comfort Saturday Only "Hills of Old Wyoming" Vith William Royd (HOpa- o'ng Cassidy), George Hayes, Stephen Morris an il Jail .Sherutahi 3id Cassidy fire Ihe murder bill et that roused the redmen to warV Thrill-picked outdoor drama! Also Cartoon and Serial— "Jungle Jim 1 ' —Continuous. Showing— —Admission— Until 5 I'. M.—10 & 2lic After 5 V.'M.—I6.A 31" Sunday - Monday TOGETHER! meet at 6 45 in the basemefit, for 'heir'regular Vesper services. Miss D°lla niye Svl.cs is the-leader for 'ie prfigram of the day. ,A meeting of the Council of' this group is called for..4 ij.m 1 , tomorrow to -;lan May's aclivlties. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Caruthersville Society — Personal 7D8 W. Main 'Doctrine of Atonement" is tho nibjcct of the Lesson-Sermon which' viil be. read.i in-all Churches'-of Chilst Scientist, on Sunday. April 1 18 ,Tne Golden Text is "John seeth. | Jesus coming unto him, and saith, Behold the Lamb of God, which takelh away the sin of the world.". | Soon 1 20 Attend Dinner at Stc'elc. Mrs. J. W. Bobbins of Steele entertained with a six o'clock dinner on Wednesday evening for several ladies residing in this city. Tha dinner was served at the largo dining table, which had been attract-, ively appointed for the occasion. ti.Tho.se attending were: Mrs. Georga,Crockett, Mrs. W. D. Byrd, ; a,i)d Mrs. G. E. Watson of tfiis city and their guests. Mrs. J. A. Riggs and Mrs. B. O. Bennstt of Little Rock, Ark. . Mrs. Crockett Entertains of llncss. Miss LUlie Heyde returned Tuesday night from her home in Jackson, Mo., where she had been ill for several days. During Miss Hcyde's illness, Mrs. Gage Knight la light her ,' classes at thc grade school. Mrs. J, S. Wahl, her guest, Miss Pansy Boswell, Mrs. C. B. Watson, Mrs. .J.-A. Riggs and -Mrs. Frank Diilman drove to Clarkton, Mo., Wednesday to visit Mrs. Watson's brother, Ira Tahmi, who is ill. Caruthersyilte Students First in Seed Judging Among tho citations which com-PV 1 " 1 luncheon. •:rise the , Lesson -Sermon is the Mrs.. George Crockett entertained 'ollowing from the Bible- "Create wlth a one o'clock luncheon Tues,n, me- a clean heart, o Go:l- and da y at thc Eat sll °P in honor ° f renew a right spirit within me." Mrs - J - A - B'Bis.of Little Rock, Psalms 51:10. . Al ' k ' TUC . oilier guests were Mrs. N. Hawkins and Mrs. Charles Wat- ^hnual School Census •WiSl Start on April 20 The annual school enumeration '« Mississippi county will be taker beginning April 20 through Mas 15, it has b;en Announced by Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, county su :crvisor, who has received thc ilanks to be used. Mrs. J. E. Crook will again takn he census in the BlytlmviUe dis- rict, John Sillier will be in charge if the Oscsola district. The small- :r sctiool districts of the county vill be taken by the school directors. Mississippi county will have the largest enumeration this year ip 'Is history because of Dyess hav- 'ug approximately 1500 hoys and •jirls between the ages ot six 'n liie enumeration. . - - '•' Tlie Lesson -Sermon also includes.! thc. .following passages from the'IP- H Chmliari Science'.textbook, "Sci-l Eml - Jiic'e and Health with Key.to the •Scriptures"., by Mary Buker Eddy: Altcml 1>ls '™l "Through . repentance,, spiritual 0. E. S. Sleeting. baptism, and regeneration, mortals I The almua1 scllDo1 & instruction put OK their material beliefs, and I for thc fifty-first district of tha false individuality." Page 242. Order of Eastern Star was held The Reading Room is open 'each \Vednesday afternoon and evening Tuesday and Friday from 2 to 5 \ M Kennett. Mrs. J. V. Billmgs CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.— The Caruthersville high school., vocational agriculture students won first ;.j>l£ce in the. Southeast Missouri 'see'd^ judging contests held at the local' high school gymnasium, with schools from Hornersville, Steele. Cooler, and Caruthersville participating. Stecic was second. Caruthersville teams woft first in fphomore seed identification, first senior corn judging! and second r freshman corn judging. Steele won iirst in freshman corn idging, and seconds in-sophomore, ed Idcnlification .aiid senior corn idging. •Cootcr was third, taking third laces in each of the three coin *sts. ' • • In the sophomore seed ideiilifi- ation, the Carutliersvillc team, ohiposcd of Edwin Robertson, Will Dam, Walter Klinkhardt.. Finis 'ones and Luther West, scored per- ect ratings. . ROPEfiffi? I p.m. at 708 W. Main. .E STKEET METHODIST ClIUKCH M. N. Johnston, pnslor Kciinell, district deputy orand matron, had arranged for the-school and Miss Nolle Paige, who is grant lecturer of Missouri, was in charge of the afternoon session. 'Hie openChurch: school,' 9:45. The school 1 in s aml business ceremonies were will' have Its church school day presented, wilh Mrs. 'R. L. Morns '- progra'm-at the preaching hour. The Mrs -. T ' SlmIKO " and pastor is sure that the congr^ga- I «• Brown, of this city servin. dur : 'ing the afternoon. At : the evenin meeting, tha initiation, cercmonj lion will enjoy the hour and rc- •bcneflt- too. . ... ,. . ,.. • -, .. • Young people's meeting, 0;45 . the casing ceremony and.the ex - - • animation of a visitor to a cnaple .,.hi,.h '"«* ^ O ™ c given. . Mrs. Lonnie ' Cunningham of th wii, OPECTACULA '.LY exciting is P Marcel Roclws 1 cronlion that combines an off-purple coat and a rtt f "'s.ter^rr^.i^«» ^ ™« «•: •mount will bo paid, for this year- • • meml)crsm D ana in "jast ynar Mississippi county r.ad | ifproximatoly 27.003 enumerated. monies.'. Tiiose attending from this .cit • ere: Mesdames H. H". Arnold, T. Simpson, Jack Hard. M. Bren which forms also trie scarf lie at Ihe waistline. Note thc loose 'draping of the bodice and tile high neckline, • " • 7 ,Iectfic Cooking School \Hracts Over 200 Womepl ! Temple Israrl Sunday School' 1 w-ili bc^'held at | "d Cunningham, Misses 1:30 . o'clock, followed by a con- . Veelcy, Ada Martin, J. C. Hud spclh, Tom Markey, French Spec Beulah McCutchen, Fern . NelSo ^' m(<! Mark y- Mr - and ry an Also raramoiihi .News and Ccmctly —Continnoiis showing Sunday— .«, ^ \\H —Admission— *«'.'. All nay Sunday—1C & "Gc Slonday Maliiicc—10 & 28c Monday Night—1C & 3Gc 1 TUESDAY, AI'RH- 20— §100.00 BANK NIGHT! (Less Stale Tax) CARD OF THANKS I want to : thank'tho doctors, he nurses and 'all of my good 'riends who came to see me and sent flowers to - me while I was the hospital.. Mrs. H. R. Prichard. Admission—Always 10 & 2Gc Matinees Friday,'' Saturday, Sunday Show every night. Friday and Sunday Matinees start at 2:15. Saturday Matinee al 1:15. Last Time Today KNITTING i'ARNS FREE INSTRnCTlONS New spring -and summer yarns , . Latest;Styles ' . Classes, Friday, 2':30 P. M, MKS. LESLIE HOOPER 1109. Chlckasawba - Phone 192 COMPLETED" BEAUTY SERVICE : Thonc 106. - . MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP . Marietta";-Mrs. J. P. Friend sang "O, Promise Me" from "Robin Hood"; there was a violin trio of selections from "Marilana" played by. a violin trio, Mrs. Stuart K. Salmon, Mrs. Rives Allen, and Miss Buchanan; Mrs. George M Hunt played a piano dumber "Indian Love Call" from "RoseMarie" and "Deep In My Hearts Mrs. Joe G. • Trier-chman sang "Lover, Conic Back To Me'' from ('Illh. Twenty-eight nicmhrr?, of t'ir. provcmenl. /, rrpoit uns also giv3ii about thc drc^s niiikiii^ '.tcmonstra- lion by Miss Hue M.u.Miall, the itnle leader. Tlie next mce:m.i will b; April 28 at thc horn; ol Mrs. D. Gamtl at Holland. It v.ill D'.- a covered ilr.h lunc'n. , On this occasion Rabbi Maurice -,..„'•, , , t Lyons will treat thc psycbologic- Tho cooklug school spoiled by | 4Uy enigmatic - sllbjea . ..j ewjsh s revealed throughout All arc urged to at- thn E. B. Oie Salss company, whlcli H ,' mor » vns held Thursday and Friday nflr lhc nocs •rncoiis at the city auditorium, at-1 j £n(] " 'inctcd more'than 200 wornm. , ' T'r.esc were shown the latest iisthods 61 cooking electrically and icwjst recipes for summer rtishes verc prepared and'cooked by Mrs, : G«:slo Anderson, focd cxp-rt. slid assiste'd in conciucUn? thi: Dogwood Home Dcmonstrnlion club met at the home of Mrs. O. F. Scrape 'yesterday. Mrs. W. J. Faughl led thc devotional ami ttc collect was read in unison. In the business session the committee reported that they are still working 1 toward a club hons3. One new ntmber, Mrs. H. •!-.._. Holscll, was announced. The president, Mrs. J. A. Payne, gave o report on gardening aiid Mrs. Fttughl gave a rcporl Moon'', th,e conclud- , , ing iiumbcr Vas'- "Allah's Holiday" "My Friml,. sung fay members of the junior high school girls'- glee, club, directed by JWlsg JjRTjt Mrs. P. B. Joyner, Mrs. Murray Smart, and Mis. J. T. Hall were accompanists. , In" tho social hour the hostesses Mrs. Trieschman and Mrs. Willey Society -- 1'eisoiicil on home management. Mrs. \v. .3. Langdon showed a flower garden quilt and Mrs. Charlie Bagwell a sllk-cne. Mrs. G. F. Scrape gave a/.dcmbnslratton on-making ;\ foot sl5ol'"ancr~a 'faport oil yard im- Mn. Ninn D.vrs.i cirvoi!. supervisor, aiitl Mis i-'ian'r; n?utm and Mrs. WaUcr WooU. in: :nbcrs ol tr.c local rccrealioml (o-.ircil, w;re in tittle n 0 ;k Simd.iy lor l\ie district convcntiini < f tho rocr?atlon program in Ark;iiv..iv The principal speaker v,,>s nr. Meyers, of Washington. 1). C'.. v.ho sj»k? on "Recreation." Tlisrc will be ;i 'nv:ciiii5 of the recreation «;:ncil Monday. 3-30 i> in., a! tlii .s-'o'vit lint. school by - Jack ' Hunlir. Wcstlnj- house district'sales'roprcf.iiiixtivcs. Tliefc were a dw-cn priy.r, give away each ofternortn. Three Chapters Plan To Entertain Gvatid Matron LEACHVII.LE, Ark—Tlu- 'illc, Mbnellc. and Maniin diapers of the Order of the Vastfrn Star held a Joint mectiiiu Frt<lay light to cmiiulctc lUTiinscmciit* or the entertainment n:' the worthy grand matron of Aikiimns n the near future. Many notables of the order arc expected lo be hi attendance (it Die foneral served" S dessert with a drink. fruit: General use of Christmas ca ; to convey seasonal gvcctiugs I lhc Vulellde began in 18C2. FULL GOSPEL CHURCH Lilly and Vine Sis. ,. \\. 0. Singlctcrry, imlor Sunday sctcol. 0:45 a.m. N. W. Trail tha m, Sup't. Services, 11 a.m. P. Y. P. A.. 6:3» p.m. The pastor will speak at 7:30 p.m. on the second of a series ol subjects, using as his lopic. "The Signs of the Times." Prayer meetings on Tuesdajs and Fridays at 7:30 p.m. Good, clothes deserve good , care meeting, which May. In FIRST OIIItKCII OK TIIK NA/.ARENK Kuplia I), licaslcy, pastor Simu»y School, 9:45 a.m. F.. L. Evans, Sup't. Morning worship, 11 a.m. Sermon subject, "The Work ol the Holy Spirit." N. Y. P. S. 6:30 p.m. Evening worship 7:30 p.m. Sermon subject, "Does Your Anchor Hold?" •Also Carloon and Comedy Sunday - Monday,^ So much depends nn good appearance. That's why so many people are pleased wilh our laundry and dry cleaning work . . . Ihcir clothes look belter and wear longer. IX Common soldiers built a "bean r<olc and cornslalk" bridve over Potomac creek during th? civil war. From 10 to 20 heavy trains cross-d the fragile trellis dally ' Rev. William Huffman, pastor of FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and Eighth- Alfred Carpenter, Pastor 0:30 a.m.. Sunday School service. 10:35 a.m.. Worship service. The. DLYTHEV/LIE AUNDRY Also Fox Movietone News and Comedy

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