The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1932 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 26, 1932
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(ARK.X COURIER NEWS Society Caicndaj • . , Sunday The (Sunrise prayer service o the Firej. Methodist church nil; bo held at 7 o'clock in observance gf Esstc-r. The.,Woman's Missionary society of (he. First .Christian church Is, holding a snirise prayer service as last observance of the Easter woer of prayer. Monday The W. M. S. pf Firsl Baplisl church Is having circle .day will No.-1 In -the home of Mrs. FranX Seaman; .No. 2. Mis. J..R. Holly No. 3. in..the church nn<i No. ' Mrs. A. S. Smith. Tlic B..and P. club is meeting 7i30 in club room al Goff Hole for .ft study on "Art." J. Louli Cherry will bs a visitor. The Delta Theta Chapter No • 103 of .the Knppi Alpha .Phi fra •; tornlty Is inectlng 8 o'clock lonlgh in Kappa rooms, located In Ihc - Faemers Bank bulldlpg. All visll- inc-; brothers ore nnlcanic. ..- The Methodist W. M.. Si'ls liav . Ing-a study group in ihc churel at 2;30. . .. Mrs. Roney Shlstn Is hostess to Ihe'W; M. S. ot the Second Bap- llsl.:church. . •• The. Woman's council of th First- Christian \-hurch is having t quilting party in tlie:hon:5 of Mrs E. K. Lalimer with the Charitj group In charge. The Presbyterian Auxiliary I having B Bible study In the cluircl al 2:30. Woman's Club Has. Good MMtliif The Blytlieville Woman's Club . -held:Us regular monthly meeting . "nt the club house Frldav aflcr- ' ncoii with Mrs. W. w. Hawkins president; ;&s. the chairman. '/ , ... The secretary''read a lell-'r from Mrs.H,c.Dc«-,president of theCoim- ...' ly Council of Home Demonstration, dutis, extending 'Etet.r<:-'~grueling* and ( she.enclosed$ck for iYri- procjntlon to the club for the use of Uie club house for tlielr nvvot- ings.'. The regular routine of business was dispensed with and Mrs •T. F. Sanders, chairman of the Health comnilltcfa rcjioited the co- opsratlon of the club with .tho health department of the clly in the: I'Clean-up Campaign" bcgln- »ing the first week of April, and she • urged each- -member to take - purl by beautifying Ihclr hojnef and' encouraging their- nclghborf in th'a vork. She also reporter} 41 hours work with -the Ked Cross and-her findings al' the Samari- ton Home locatedron Cherry street. - Delegates to thr 'county fcdern- , tion.' of wonmu's dubs which meet' -Tuesday April 5 were chosen wilh " Mrs.;' J. E. CrlU and Mrs. J. P. . Sanders to go'.' The club will also be represented. by those .who are officers of the federation. Mrs Howard Proctor is : treasurer; Mrs George Lcc Is music chairman: Mrsrc. E. Crlgger Is clllrcmshlr chairman and Miss Cora Loc Coleman; .is junior club chairman. Officers for Ihe new club yeai will be elected at ttoa county meeting and a nomination commuter composed of Mrs. Ira Gray, Mrs N. B. Menard and Mrs, J.' D Barksdale was appointed at Friday's meeting. Ihoa members wl)o have not paid their 1932 dues tire urged to pay - them or make part payment that the club may get credit foi this at the federated meeting. Sfnkr League ' Sponsors Party. The Senior league of the Firs' Methodist church with H. A. Hiemer 'sponspreavrt parly'in the social Brooms Friiay'everilfig \vlth-3r young people of Ihe church a: guests, f 't- ; ,, • . . Various gani?s and cohtesb made-' up the evening's entertainment u:i- lil tlie concluding hour when chicken .ilad, sadwiches and coca cola; were served. - mxy '-, '"I-* /.-- , . rrc=acnool P.. T.". A! ifccls. Mrs. H. G. Partlow opened t'. : ,i meeting of the Pre-Schcol p. T. A which was hclc! at the home of Mrs _Jce D. "Halbach Friday 'afternoor with a. discussion on "Tbe_Cf>ilcl an: His Goal." Tile fccDk of sj.x oduca- tion was studied with Mrs W. M Williams leading Ihe discussions. Eath: mother .-was. given a -chil- dren'i^cfcarter (fiat, yas distribute.! durirtgaii» White"HDun" confsreiict as a part of the Child V/elfars pro. gram' which Is tslng spsnsorei bj tr.c president. Herbert Htover. During a .social hour the hostess served refreshments. Friday afternoon. April 8. Mrs C. w. Garrlgan will be hostess to the club. *- * * Ladits Bible Ctass Uigcs Attendance. Tils Ladies Bible class of the First Methodist church u-g:s"a larger attendance Sunday for the Easier services. A. O. Hudson will h-- r--' teacher of the Bible lesson and Mrs w. W. Hollipeter will lead the d->- votlonal period. 'An imitation is 'x- tcndcd to all. Art Is Srtfcct . , Of TrreB. i. P. €»«!,,.' ; •- ': ' Art" will be the /subject of Efudy for the,53usfhess: aiKj^ipro- fcssional Wonian's'-cliib "wnirt it holds its International vdalions A When spring's buns shine in' the orUilanc!, fair • Alice Nichols of Chlcafio nlrEftdy will have her coil light her in a charming DOS.O htle sun-and ; Bca lAthlng at 'Ml- She's a leader of Ihe subject arc: Misses Grace Lowrey, Althea Eihvimts, Margaret Mer- ritl, Cora Lee Colenmu and ErntV Uiic Holland, Dr. Edna Nles, Mrs. Lottie .Slicpunrd, Mrs. Lewis Phillips, Mrs. Mnc Aldridgc and lire. Bernlce C. Jones. There Is only OIK, more lesson of the scries furnished from the i'.cn- ernl extension sen-la? burea\i of Women's clubs from the University of Arkansas. Vlsilors nre cordially invited nnd welcomed. Open l>cor, Claes-. s - -,- Kxlendii Invitation. • ' A cordial invitation Is extended visitors nnd members arc urged to be present '(ot stildy Sumlatf morn- Ins, ol iKe Opcn.Daor clns's" ot the Fits! Methodist chinch. Mrs. Paul Tiplon, nccompanle:! by Mrs. Oso: M. tec will give a solo nnsl Wosa 1 -. row Fisher will piny : n violin soli) willi Miss Katliryn 'Orear as occom- panist. J. H. Slunrtman of Annare] will deliver a five minutes mtr.- snge, followed by t!:c devotional service with Mrs.'N. B.,Menard as The class lids' n -very interesting teacher nnd the lesson is especially Interesting, jjunciay. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe' Bounce tlic blrtli of n 5/ee/e Socicly—Personiil Bits oj N Mostly Persona! Tarty. Mrs. .H. E. Ucerner was hoslcs? last Thursday to the numbers of the bridge club nnd two Invited guests, Mrs. Hiley Jones and Mrs Dixie Crawford both cf Ulythevllle Decorations were carried -out in si. Patrick effect.'" 1 '-- ••'' "•'•'• nirthdiy HonoJMT Mrs. Sims Mtchle. was Iwstess lo a siirprire birthday dinner'in junior of Mr. Ailchi^'s blrlh^siy, Tuesday. 'I'liosc enjoying it were Mr. and Mrs. Newbcrry Johnson. Misses Maude Alice Bcnsley, and Dollis Lnnc, Charles York anil Mr., and Mrs. Mlchlc and son, Joe Marion. ..liandktrchMl Sh«»cr. Mr. aiitl Mrs. Hays Sinllh ciit'er- tatried Wednesday evening with a handkerchief shoivcr, honoring Miss Jessie Pierce, who leaves soon for AfiBkogcc. pklii. Tl:e main entertainment. was'.Totiii with' 1 the hLsJ: anrt hostess winning high score. At s served. Those attending weighed cighl ixiunds. Sappa 'Alpha 1'iii Siicnsors. a Dump. 'Hie Delta Thela chapter of the appn Alpha Phi siioiuored a dnncj it the Woman's club house Friday .'veiling. There were guests from Memphis, Wllion, Osceola, Luxcra, 3!cc!e and Cnruthers'ville. ; Party Fur Tenth Anniversary Smith, Miss Pierce and Messrs. Randall Mend, nnyraonrt irrntiol D L. Potts and Charles York. Newberry Johnson aiiD Fred Kclley spent Monday in Memphis. •Mrs. J. H. Randall motoret] lo Warden Wednesday. Bcnntc Robinson spent • Sunday with J. Hamilton of llnplewoid : Misses Freda. Alexander niiil Nelle Carnes, Onrlh ROM nnrt E. S Workman visile* m.'Kcnnctt Wedncs;lav' evening. Miss Billy Lecgat. flaufhter of ; Mrs. J. S. German, wl-o has b-cn 1 Ir, on MIX.. \v r. T.™,»., ~,i.. i» the Blylltevillc' hospital, was Vc- turncd lo her home here Monday. Car! Hughes has accepted a position ns mathematics and science teacher in the Stceb high school He is Inking the place of A. D Ab- ernalhy wlm has been substitute, for Clay AMin. ^Ir. and Mrs. Jimmle Hamilton »nd family of Holland have recentlv moved to Stecle. MK«» Margnrct Oziiunl and Ncl- Carnos and Floyd Smith .|»nl ter Carter attended lh= skai- "ig rink in Blythcville ' Thur«dav .ei-enlng. . lie iratcd "her ' tenth birthday yes- crdny aflonioon «Ith nn Easier Kirty nl her hom? v There were 25, uucsL-i present vho participated In an Enster ege unit. Harold Roscmhal anrt Rccss jlnncltff tied for the 'prize offered 'or finding (he number of '7?5. Miss Lesscti wns presented with '. number of gifts tiftcr which re- rrshmmls of Individual cakes anrl elld ifere swved! 'hrhlian Cliorrli (o toW Surprise 1'raS'cf The members of the Christian hurch are holding a sunrise pr,iy- r .'.irvlce in observance of Easier vlth the Woman's Missionnry Solely as sponsms. 'riic topic foi ition is" -I elve'my Life 'for. t'iii.ia Kc-fk. 8IO"\V' Maln'ff n\lire. The junior choir will Mug , thcvillc was recentlv eTct»d"pr-V nd the following will contribute (idem of Beta P Thet'-i {he »' o the program. Mrs. John Me- tionnl honorary Fre, ch Fr-i ~-,,"iv- 1an?v. Mtuuu Mnrin XT™,,, Mn, „> T...j : _V. " rr «i--'n.lj. J. E. liarham who has b^en"«n- ployed here for the past several montlis has been transfe^cd to Louisiana. • • Lewis Phillips Is able lo !« out again after a week's lllriets from injuries he had in an accident. Mrs. R. J. Dotlson and non, Jo3 Bob. and Miss Cliffle Webb went' to Little "Rock Tluiiiiday, for a short visit.., - ' ' - ;.', ' Mri. Jiick Hill of IMS Angeles, California, who is visitlni; in Osceola nnd Mrs. J ; H. Stevens of Qs- ceoJa visited with frlcncU here TlnuEdiy. » Mrs. Clarence Vollm«v and Mrs W. J. Wunderllch visited In Mem- lihls Thursday, i Mrs.- H. E. Baniett, jr., is slowly Improving: at the home of tier par- nits, Mr. am) Mrs. K.-A. -fjshcr. afler several weeks illness. ------ »frs. J. W.- ; .Richards'•or-dtceola wns Ihe Ruest of Mr. a lid '. Mrs O W. McCutchen Thursday. • • Mrs. W. H. Johnson and Mrs. W B.'Nelson'of Memphis spent Thursday here with Mrs. Baker Wilson and family. '• •;. ., Mr. and.'.Mrs. Berry B. Brooks, Jr.', ot M-TOiphis will spend Ihc Enstc'r holidays here with Mrs. Brooks' mother, Mrs. Allen Walton. ;• Mr. and Mrs. Paul noscntjinl and son, Paul, jr., have returned fiom St. Louis where they visitoB Mv^rnl days, - «; /,'., >jrs. Theodore Logan hns/etum- cd jfrpni Jonesboro where;she-visited with Mis. Odls Slicppnrd and family for a week. Mr,- and.Mrs. Shcppard nnd ilaughlfr, Wineite flccompanlcd her home for the week-end. .• . . > Eltiert Huffman, son of Mi-..and Mrs. E. M. Huffman, who is' attending Southwestern yhiversiLy in tffmphis, Is s\wiKiing 'the. Easter holidays with his room-mate. Allen Ciblniss, in Florence, Ala- Mrs. 'W. M. Hal7 of St. Louis Is. viciting n week here with-' her daughler Mrs. H. j. Kleindienst anrt family. Miss 'Dorolhy Oraea'of 'Parma. Mo. is n week-end guest to Mr. WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Jesus' Resurrection SATURDAY, MAHCJI ,26', 103^' | • i; NA/.AKENK CHUltCIt Jamrs A Itussell, Pastor Oo to Church Suiuluy, • < Sunday £cliool< 0:46, I'rritH'hliij at ll. Thc't'uVjecf for Ih'f mor ning hour will l;t'; "Pi-tvlons Mem- aiirt Mrs. Ray Hall. . Miss Florence Piltman has iv- Lurncd -to her linlnc 1 in'Indlan- s ••""*. T*III 1,1; ^-itfigijs Memories." Eveiilht' Sc'iVlcits, r}; Y. P. S. 0:30. For the evening worship nl 7.30 o'clock the subject will be "The Heavenly Reunion." Don't mtss these services. A welcome awaits you. SIXJONI* IIAI'TIST CHDiSCH J. I.. NYwbtnn, pastor Sunday school 0:45, J. D. Booker ill |)l. Sermon, II n. in., sub;.::t, "The Resurrection." li. Y. P. U. 8:30. Roney Chlsin, director. Sermon, 1:30 p. in., subject, "Three Crucifixions." The church is conduclint; a n. V. P. Y. sludy course cacli night «-:?k with J. !'. Friend of th? First flmtch In clisrpe of the sentar:., J. It. Ncfviiom, Ihc Intcimccliaics, and Mrs. Hattle Umlddy the Juniors. The classes will K".jin nl 7:30 p. in. cnimcii OF CIIHIST .V;iin Aiullitrium of t'uurt HIIUS? Sunday school 10 o'clock on subject. "Jesus Discs Prom tlie Dead.'' Holy communion, n o'clock, Youni; People's meeting 7 o'clock in th? home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy S. Carmaii. Ladles Bible sludy . Wednesday nflcrncon at, liomc of Mrs. Walter Clark. Evei-yonr is cordially invited tc attend each of ilioso services. KIKST METHODIST CHUHCd Jlain nntl Snvolilh Streets P, Q. Uorie, 1'aslor Slim-US prayer service at 7 a. m. Sumliiy Sehonl S-A5 n: in. Uuutlsm of Infants at 10:50 n. m. Worship and Sermon 11 a. m. iccc-ptloii of members. Junior League 2 p. m. Ill-League 0:30 p. m. Scnjqr League 0:30 p. m. • Womaiis Missionary' Society Monday 2:30 p. in. I'rayer mcetlus Wednesday in of Woman's Missionary So- clqty. day Fnlcrnadonal l.'nifonn Sun- i-tiui;! ).(s-,oii for M;uih I!V WM. 'li. (J11.UOV, 1). It. KUilcr of'The Cangrr>ia!nii:ili-.t The Wlrauilous sto:-y ol >}ic ris-! 'B i"g of J«ii:s"froin f.vj i = allK'il.. In t.hi s inr-son vli-i tlie in- wrest nf huijiaii .«-hsjr>::jl.>l-,. it) Is Intc-iesting thai ;,u ^ c nones! of the •RMUH-ecliaii >•{ ,/ ( . s!!S i, iive | that deep r.ole of ni-.d '• human Interest, iind'tii'.. fact isi not withcut Us .•:l;infi',jLK:n - M -,,u I JV.'dencc of the tuith of tiie re.--' ord. The niiraUe cf th'; IJesuni-: lion of Jcsiw cannct be ':; If ' it could, ii would i:o: uc . It K\f.y to thr.t inn-.,- f : ;l y v ;o :t:OI discover Irnv.s- ci [!:.-• spiritual world, and i:[ tile powur u[ i'Cirit ever matlcr, llait u:ay uaj such faclr, :« the nfsn:rcr.;:i:n of Je,etis nltljln tlia ranse nl scientific explanation. At prcsoiu >.vc ai p:T,;uJ] the- rocDrd in f.iit'.i ,-iiv.l in nii]ir;cia;!o;i uf ijs si>!i:U:al Cue ir.ct that does E'.nr.d out wl-.r.-i -.lie (ii;il|)!ts were brokrn '-i::rit n-.:d Ihrrougbly fl(s!:t-ari- cir.d. feelinj; thai - tlis faith that they had pTaced in Jesus «-n» frustrated and hcpslets. iheii faith suddenly revived In such a '.vsy (liat life Ert; purpose \v?r? ivi-.c-.vcd and Etrenstltcncd, anrt ihc-y w;:it forth with ihis new vi- irary iiandii:;,' outside ill? to.-nb.-dy." :^::ii!g. Hi^ (!!.",app:in(mcnt had 1 !ove in | fcr.'oml dcvoiiui. it be ioit, b-jc her , said it was to liim .ji:st as if the cllild h:i.i tin Her hope there in actual physical lullil . t',,i i ,'n V ' 1S ^' ? V /c ilave !: ° evidence l!:al the-.-'-......... il.s blill mournca. .vision that Mary has , VPS of, the. -•" Therj In that, hour sh e saw airame Kr t. In fac we Lvo o '''' remarkable vision -two angels | ev idc,ic e at al! other' thin he wc- ' - sitnnj. oi» at Git head and on e!cr.l ir. our lesson. One o^h o ' at the feet cl Jesus, ar.d she I recojuize. however, ^cliev- • i!e;rfl tn»:r voices saying, "Worn- hx-rienccs, whswver their cxSUna-'"" an. why wc-cp^t thou?" | USD. 3r . , ea! .,„,, .,=..,, ,,, - -,,„.„ \\'rM was the nature nf these i tn the vib:oi.'S of the Mastcri* That is -,:rfLi i-iy what we ciuiiicl answer, lint :ho rectrrts- indictilc that in !-flcci tlic appearance of Jrsrs to hir, disciples had ali Uio reality of l:is earthly presence v.itii the ad,-!::i effect of,:ry and iu- •>!(in in the consciousness th-.r. J .._ , (ll so c .,, : , o c . i . cs c i= 61)iritu!ll di',rij:lcs telling them the cf the resurrection life had not o-,e:- triumphed '.ve Isave the picture ol remarkable stoiy 1-ounci , . . i ' Tf Mi eJ in the Resinreclion ti ' Jcs'.is were rccrelv a ni-l'er of c: ; ci:3^m 01 such exp-,-1 myitcry. it wouid'not, bs r.-irHu- ,." woi:!d take . us m-Uny i a - lF o.-i a nt. Th- s:Vileant - A ,. : / 1 ™' 1 , who st ' rvrtl ' m ••'*• "-f resurrection faitii is the'"." •at ^UiM-tc.ujn c lhn: in tne. acceptance of Jesus in his risen /', ' i 0i ,r'" C ^'J-^tin:; of an Ef3- , r.owci' and Elcry, and tlic vieldin^ ',. shell near whr-re he wa->jcf cur Jives '.o him as an eirr- :.?i:_lns. l:c EKV; :.?i:_lns. l:c EKV; hn little ciiiU livh-. cvn-lnvinB MasS iramnj to Him n-lth o-.tjlreldisd psvccnc-o is an abiding guns, calling to h;:n. "O!i, Dad- 1 coir.lort and inspiration. ocroi ' fills all space; and it is impossible j (o conceive of such oninlurcscncc inilivldualily except as iniln- ! i'.e Spirit or Mind. Hence all is Choir rdiearsal Wednesday 8:15 Sphit and spiritual" (pa^e 331). p. m. J LAKE 'STBKF.1 1 METHODIST Miss Keck President of College French Society lety as Epoiisots. 'Ilic topic ,foi- ST. CHARLES JIo-MI« v,, JL C *'?"S"A". 1 «'™'1«- wfe W..ri.n.ta Keck. «rw?rtA'$£ . », _„.... ...^ iiuutu uutnjr.try r rpijch Frit *" Hainy. Misses Mfrle Moon. Mar- at T.indenwood Coll«ee Tlie' arM M,.,., „„„ Marjory Kip organization publite arct Shaver ^.V £S?Ssr««;'-!!! ^^A^riS six-cial Easter, music aiirt Enster -sennon, .climaxed'by ommunion service r ancl dedlcalioii. inn Rorn Ifr. and ^f^s. J. T. Fox nnnounrc l-.e arrival ol a 7 nnd 1-2 no'ini >on this morning at the faaiiiy csidencc on Sycamore street. The laby has been naniM Jamie Charles. Methodist Oratorio as Ik-rii Postponed Due lo HID illness of th? pri::cl- il soloist. Ross Steven-, nnrt thai f C..O. Hainan, the Methodist hotr rill not present their cruci- rixion oratorio Sundny cve-.iliu- :30 as planned. However p.irts f the music will be rendrreri at otli th.: morning and evcmnit scr- ices. » • » Old ilcll Restored LENOX. Mjss., lUPV—Atop a luge . and ornate bam ras.xi re- enlty .on the 1,000-acr* estate ot Cortlandl Field Bislibp. wealthy Vew Yorker, was a bell used to nre foimci. Beta. Pi Theta si»n- to>:A..i*ofrcac!d plays Riven re.- r- - T ,K ,± l"".'^ h*it:[l 1C" centiy-in; Rofiiltr?Auditorium in which Miss Keck' look part, and ihe fraternity is very active on campus, n is a distinct honor To bo a n-.embcr of this fraternity, and more so to b2 elected the President of the local chapicr. Will Hold Services | for J. R. Lemp Sunday services' .will bf held nt the Xaxarcne churrti Sunday af- ternr,cn at ^:30 o r ciock for J. R. ij-inp. who died at. his )it«»e here Tlu:rtrtny of "itomalue poisoning' Rev. L W, s3i B jTor,-l ,-ii U | |;cv ( Jaiiirs Rus- ; e!l 'will conduct the Kriic.v, and Intemicnt will ,bfl ffiatie at Sawyer cemetery with 1). O. Moss Undertaking company in Hospital Notes Admitted: j. 5. Rfcce city' ola, Miss., after a ninth's vi.sit here with Natives. Ilnnel Gordon nnd Sue SUnson of ^femphis arc the Ru,'M5 of Miss Frances Evans for Easier holidays. Mrs. T. J. GvcenwcJl of Bilosl, Miss.. Is visiting with her son. Paul Grcenwell nnd family for a week. JtianUfi and Joan, little dattghr lers ol the Rev. anrt Mrs. IL. K. -. vciy much improved now afler a week's illness .with influenza. . ; Miss Vlrnmia Terry nntl James Terry..students at Arkansas university, Fayettevil!?, are . fpeiidinz .hf Easter holidays here with .heir parents, -Mr. and :\!rs. E. M. Terry. Mrs. I. o. Westbrook K .very inch improved nft.rr a week's ill- efs with Irinuenza. Miss Luna Hardy is six-ndtng he wee!: end In ^femphis. Mrs. Clarence Kohvyck is able lo be up after a two w^oks illness. Mrs. II. E. Keltncr of Memphis «as Ihe guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spicer. Miss Winnie Phillips ami Sam Hill are spending Kiisler in Lake City.-as guests of Mr. Hill's mother, Mre. Will aicOay. They will bo accompanied by Mrs. Harry Taylor. Max Lo»an. student of Joncs- boro A. 5; it., is spending the Kns- ler holidays with his twrents. Mr. and Mrs. Tlieodorc Logan. . Paul Burks and R. A. Nelson. students of Jonesboro A. nnci M., are 'spending the "holidays wi:!i their parents. Mr. and spent .today MUST PRESKYTEKIAN C1IURCI! Mon-Ji M. Call.livny-. IVIirtiitcr Church, sehcol. 9:-l5 a.m. J. Nick Thomas., superintendent. Morning worship 11. Sermon subject.: "A Proclamation of Faith." Mits Virginia Keck will five' a solo al this service. Evening worship: ChrJstia:) Endeavor. <i:30. Preachimj at seven thirty by Ibe pastor. Mitl-Wcek prayer ' service WC'l- nesday nt 7: 30 p.m. Heard of deacons Friday cvni"- Kt. 7:30. A cordial welcome awaits vou at (bis church. V!. }. Lclioi, i'astor Siinc!ay EclKal, 3:45. IVCKD-I Mor ris. saiicrintcndcnj. Thieves? What Tivo uv'wv " L MCKLNNEV ' " a " ^ casl1 his ace of W^ s r^^^T 1 ^ ^^^^ %- < i^r^s^^r.^ s S'woir^^T-f West Could see that a club finesse is going to work and that Preaching,. 10:45. Subject. "Why; c<J as a real pjayiiig expert. Oivc Wns Christ Crucified Between Two 13'our opyoirails an opportunity r*o Cl^-cTjmake an er,^ «en "7 „„ ., , ^l=," er°'"l, ^ ™ b t ^ 'T — *'* ™ '' S- ^ ^l,^±J- ™ ^ -ek.T^ C ar^ . TIUST (!|||t!STIA\ CHL'ROH E. K. IMimcr, I'aslor Sunday school, 9:55 a. m. 11 o'clock communion . ami svimon: Special - Easter music. fSi;b- ject for discussion v\'ll) be 'The In- evitables of Easter."' .. . •' The,-,? will be no vesper services' l'II.GIil.U I.UTKKHAN CHUllCl II. J. Klcimlicnst. r^stor Sunday school and n.iluit Bib'- el.iss 0 a. m. • Special Easier'sermon 1 o'clotl on llieme. "Tlie Twofold to M:-i of the Angel of the Tomb." A number of cliilrtrch will b VK-10-8-6-3 *6-5-3-2 *K-9-8' , baptised at the morn iu M^rs. W. L. Pi)illi,j3 o--•%. i" M:mphis. _Tl-,i-y .rere nccompaniid'. by Mrs. "j. 3. l!a><ell and daughter. LoU ot (;j- ceoln. • . Don Smith, student ot lTr.:\i<i:;- ity of Alabama at Tuscnlt:.-,,r, is visliing: wit!i"1irs "parents. Tlr. :nd Mrs. P. D. Smith during Li-'.r. Former HayK''Rcsi'tieni Killed al B«auvoir, Miss. HAYTI, Mo.-yiimss T: j-tv .n, n fornicr Hayli citizen bin '..:• -\ restdcr.t of BilO^O.'^nss.; wa^ k,".,c1 Marrh 14 at Beauvoif. when ... a rbadstcr driven h>- li .. ,xj Ruble.-22. of Oiiilf|»rt. . 'Mr. incicsoii suffered n fr ciiuitrii ( nrnrr 1V:ilmi( nnil nth SlrcHs Ucv. A. S. IIiinvt-11. r.iitirr Uible School !1:45 a. m.. r. C Miller. Educational Director-. Sermon' 11.CO a. m. and 7:45 p m. The 1'astor will preach at both hours. Hi? moi'iiinr; subj-^t will be. "The Essentials of True Religion." He will sprak at nlsht on. "Sin.' 1 II. Y. P. U. li:30 p. m. Deacons meeting Mouclny 7:3C ., ni. K .. TcaclTars mcetjhf; 7:00 p.'-m. and the Mid-Week Prayer .Service 7:45 p. tu. Wednesday. Choir rclwarsnl 7:3(1 p. ni Thursday, Mrs. f'nul Tipton. Ui- rh?r > ! wi!l lie s Conference held Ihe the Firfl Jir,pti5t Church at Luxora. Tuesclay. besln- njng at I0:(>0 n. in. St.nte Secretary. Rev. Ben' L. Bridies.' will l:e Pie.sent. There •5!:o;;,'(l ' n .- n num- btr from this church in the mc^i- iiiir. A meeting for the Pasters aiid Official Hoard Member of tin different churches of the low n will tj. held' nt the ' Firs; Pivsbvtcriar. Church Sunday 2:30 p/m. CHRISTIAN . "REALITY" is the w:bj--rt of ihr | Lesson-Sermon to be roart in ll;~ --j Christian Scicnro yi'rv:c't> Sutid.iv ctl skull, .a batlly broken :,/. • -.'^ moniin? at 11 o'clock. to discuss different phases of ttelrhan a C3ntury f «sa antl .1 • .'crushed. .. % njitiy 'is believed to h.r.v liis instant death p'.oyed ' by tin II company In Bjloxt. Me wasia member nf n-.. \ odisl Chnrcli.auid. a MIL- :. aves Many J-clatives ami ::. ABOUT THK r.AKTH Scirutisls estimate ih.i; ;.i -in of ihe laud area o; ;>,, . is de*"::;. 30 per. cent i?- ; i.,-r:.;. and 30 i>er cent is IKW: land, forest..-high iimr,-.,.-" waste. There is no •> i to* the 'ilab'j. The Oolden Text ..-. brpinnimj of Ihe world not heard, nor perceived by >.... far, n?iihcr hath the eye seen. 6 God. l)esidc-thce: v.ha; lie halli prepared for liim'lhat waiteth for ;; c 'him" (Tsaiah Gl:4). .is. | Amon? tlie citations from tlic H:- Ibtc Is the following." Ar,d Oo<l faw [everything that he li.iri inartr. :ind. i i behold, il w,is vi-rv gooa" (Genesis i : "i-( 1:31 to first.'period), "'hi The Iicssou-Srrmn:i will also in- ' .-c. (elude pa.<«»es fro:n U-.i-Cliri.-tian , .:i« : Science t.wtbook." Science niul i .id | Health with Key to the Serin-• A 10-8-5 W-7-2 *A-K- Q-9-8 m Thieves arc Still Pr, SC S 7 D ;30.SubJc=.,-. D3 Mo n ^ur!L^ Mo.f V't^ l ^^.J^^ * ™* ,r. J ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^\^?^^^^ %»** ^ ™^ « 1: K B S^'W^?i i^^-S t^act'^ - Emytoiy cc^hy Iuv .,. ri ,,-'«- >» ^ ^ve^d'^and *£\X ^'^ W " l ' S ^ ™ fc " ' a warm welcome will be s :<-., n ...„,. . jowmj 15 ons of the iiitcrcstin? if 0 ,, e orthov h n ,,nr .-,,-' : " : ^!^l ^L?L!"-.:— ~<*""—""' this contest | ^ b t ^'^ ^ «« - 1<W. at tcasf the declar:r would „, te put up against a guess. West ; now made ;>, very fine defensive play and swung his king of dir,- '-•: j m onus. East immediately read." j what his partner was tryiiig to do and trumped in with the nine ot ,. ; hearts which forced diimmy's'-'-" j rjueen. ' ' ! Declarer let! the ace of hearts-.' : : fro:n dummy am! tlm.ii tlic five of" •he.iiis, \\'«! played the seven, and .'.' i now the declarer was put up-' | ajaf.Tit a pjess. If lie plaved the i ten. of course he can mai:e four ,,' ocid. but at least W:~t hc;i ^ivc-n j tbe declarer n;i opparlunity ''to-I make a mi.-.'.rjkc and If Iw hatl ' : Eitcsscd wi'ons. West has saved , Tbe I-iiddins | lhc s:un =i South Ihc rrnui-fd (ii-ci 'i'Ki- 1 Frcm ll: '-' <'^larcr's nnslc he- 'o:it-ha!f iness, but cilthou 5 h l-.e ' sllolll ° m:irk Wcst with has !!uv.- ,v.i::s stopys-d. r:meir.L.:v t-al isi rcnlr;\:-L i> suit .sh'julri bj ' • f.!: r ': i bid in preference to :\ r.n truvip. anit,-, jlhrrcio:-c Soulli opened with one | e'-'fii- ; ciub. West ovcrcallcd with on- ] .'arivni diamond. Norti! bid o:ie lica'i—' 'I .':,''! 1' : f"'^P 5 » '''tll« v.-ras for r. frw i Sunday selical on Easter. ASSEMBLY OF CO!) CKi'KCH ? -yau?. M". L. Tliunnund in Cli:irj;e 'ism; pupri-lntendciu. ..Pro.icliing s-eiTice. H o'clDr!;. Subject: "Why Did God TV.: a Kis rirfe from Isnsl? 1 ', . Ycuric; P^ojilcs Service, G:30 P. >.I. Evangelistic, service, 7:30 p. M.. cnisrcsatioiiHl 5:;iBi:\?, and a box .-cnncn by the evangelist. All iCrtis free. Rrviviil services throuuhont fill :iext; we::-:. Masons G,- cc t Orphans Board Head at Osccoia I OECEOLA. Al!-:. — Sevciv.y-five : me-inbers of U:c Osrcoia ji.-i.-oni..- :ot'::c iii.d visitiiri ^.fason- r.-o:n' '.*1!.\ Wils,i:i, Tjrc.'n TIT;. T.C;-.AI-.:O. altcv.Sed the i,: NORTH f- ' u> lJJ CO 5. .-< Jfcaler SOUTH 6-4-2 V9-* «10-7 ^J-10-7 ftK-9-3 VA-Q-5 $ j.<t •T--A-Q-G-4-3 ist ; of hearls — otherwise why would ; pive tJecJ.itcr a ruff in clu'mmv? • - -- r,:, prcssncr.t is Ho.,,, no., : tsaMtr of I!:. of Black K( Mascni.7 Cipl .OLiiH-r pr;n:c in Arkansas. Dr. -Wan-en cfTioi.ite;! Hireling. cc:i:erri:ig ti-.e t',: jrec en .1 rnndkUte. Hrsldcs Dr. Wnvriii. ct;-. . ,crij;e officers prevent at t: in? incliiile.'l r::i!i E. J.til.'i. scni'i- waitlrn; Fnd Stuc•;. frict (Jejjjiy gr.imf ma.s.•. :ar!lo and J. B. Bu;:;.. senior deacon. . I'.T' b;;! n.-.o ;-;:.-i<!r. JJi-rc w? - the; l-.; a ODiv.p:-tp roun.-l or b:-.idir.-, '« <•"-j--:!:e roii.-r.icl mil nnlv nr-.-nr.d j j a 1 ! fo-.u- suit:: n-.eiuioiral. £o;;i'i 51.1I-..I . sC0! , 5 ..; : ; rr | ;;,„ r-.j,;,;,^,,,. I VK: , <'•••<-I- cvtr. by .iiiii]!;:na to licaris •.•'•'•IKI h!i:ch l;o;;-hl the ronlv?.:!. '• <:: -" ; "lip 1'Jay tr.-:n ' xortli i;:-can:: the '•i'-dn^r rr,.-i Si an:' ICnrt cp:nr:J ihe top ot hit pni- I nor's mi;-the ten nf di.i:naiids |V-l-.:i-:: !-. r :.-i :he t.-iek. Thi.s mii'x- jft'i Wrs! with the ocr. ):in-< sn:l :f : ":rn tf diamonds. .NOT ,v, I'lnniANKNTWAVEJ' including Shampoo /an d Sjl. Giiaraniecd - - - - fl. KLAIJVK JJKAUTY SHOP Clemen r.Wg. i'lionc. 43 Hold FuncraS Today i -•- .,.,.,.,; «„.,, f D r r> n i : ( '"' fn & diamonds. .NOT ,v,i that tOl' D. r. rcarco, b4 ]:-;o:lh eon hive to justify his bid • '••- ij '-'" kiiigof hearts u:;c! die" kiirt Funeral Fer-.'lcss will ic; 0 t;day for B. F. V<:::,- . (_ of I!-.;- C!e:ir La::,- r;i:: i; .:- :i ; vho dice! r.* his hc:r.3 las-, i.:-; liter ?.n ilincis c,f more ih.<.i" wr. The Rev. v.'i!! tn.;;:-.. hr- services jind;.il will ; :>3dc at,.- iir.'.cher c:m:tery :•.; I'clock. vlclow anH. ih;-fe .vhl:ri:en. I,. O. Mcrs nill be in c.'::i,-_-- , uneral arran^emer.ts. of cliiljs. ^r.n 1 Eir-t cun n>e t Ihc diib sii!' v.-i-l bren!;. He lhero:orc dcc;c;;.s thnt I TAHI.ET& - SAI.VK ! : WA l.itiaij nr Tntilrls used inlmi-' . iilly ami CG(! Halve c.vlcrn.illy, nnl: c , n rnmplclc :md ciTcclivc treal- I mrnl fnr Colds. !, Oiosi SjittOy Hcmcdics Known'i Sweet Crciini IJulfcr 30c 1.1). BeEinetf's Pasteurized Miifc 10c (Jt. Delivered I'honc 7,] l!ulj;;iri;in liutttrniiik 15c Ql. Go to Clinrcli Sunday Theic nre' more thr.;i • 7oo M fheep in Australia which uce some 2,f>JO,(!W'bales of very year. Everything - in •God's universe expr«scs Him. He Durndenc Permanent Inclndini! Shampoo igJ and Sot tt^ Frederics Wave - - - 5G.30 - '.'Bigcno -.- - SS : .McAdam's Beauty Shop ?hcn; 2S3 - - - Ir.srain B':dj. M8TER FIX)W.KKS It-Hoil y.v>l;r Lilies, (-caulifully ilrcnniUO. J|v- I'.r.^uyc.i.s rnA oilier bJroniinjr plant*.. Kn'rs, CiirnalTuns, Snardr^^ons - a'l tolrr.;. Cors.icc: (f Kr.Rcs aiitl Vnllcy, G.mluij.i., antl Valley, Sweet Vcas and Koics. l>cu't forset tn remember her vim i;^&icr fioners from Heaton's Home of Flowers D^vis A«. pt, cn: . 13 3 --Flowers Wired Anynhrrr -•*

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