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jM.jijnttEyu.Ug. (ARK.? COURIER NEWS Society Calendat Monday The Woman's Missionary society oi the 'First Baptist church is entertaining the women of the Second church and those ot the Dell church with a social mcct- Tho creative board ot tlie Woman's Auxiliary In the First Presbyterian church is meeting in Ihe pastor's study at 2:30 p.m. The Roman's Missionary society of the Second Baptist church Is meeting jwith Mrs. J. W, Richards. The Woman's Missionary society Of the First Christian church is meeting at Ihe home of Mrs. E. M Terry. •" Twsiay Mrs. Sam Mnnatt is having the New Tuesday Bridge club. . Tiie Tuesday Coiitracl club Is meeting with Mrs,,M. A. Isaacs. Wtd«i*»d»'y The women ot.'thc Church oi Christ arc mteUoJ at the home o( Ms. Joe! McFarfjItnd for a study oi • "The Ten PI ague's." Mrs. FarnswOrlh Black is hostess to the Wcdiicsda^ Bridge club. The Wednesday Contract club Is meeting .with Mrs. p. B. Joyner. The Delphian society is meeting »t the Hotel Noble at 9 o'clock wit 1 .Mrs. George W. Djllahuiuy leader. •. Thursday Mrs. Everell B. Gee Is having Ihe Thursday Luncheon club. Smboms To Have A Program .Sunday. The Sunbeam band oi the Mission stalicn. Baptist church will - lia\e a program Sunday as follows: "The Books of the Ulblc, The Ten Commandments, Tlic 23rd Fsalm", recited by members; songs, by all; Bible stories and poems, by all. Plans will be completed for Mother's Day program. Myrtle Oof! Is the now (reas-. urcr. • 'i.-.i'l This group meets' 'each Sunday afternoon at 2:30' o'clock. • * •. Shakespearean Cl«b Meets. ' The Macbeth group of the Shakespearean club he»rrt U;c slory oi ."Tlic Winter's Tnlc." In a meeting. Thursday at J^ Mclhodtsl church. Mrs. L. N. 'Hciibesl, sponsor, lold the slory.* " In an oral examination Raymond Bennett won the prize. • "Better Homes Week" was discussed Informally with 'the'.spoil-. for telling.the..boys »nd,girlj.*>v- eral ways-In whlclrth'cy'coyld-atd in the movement. The tadles liibls claw of the First Methodist church met at the home of. Mrs. W. A. Slickmon lasl evening with Mrs. John Smotherman also hostess. The 16 members and four visitors heard Mrs. T. J. Crowder lead the devotional and the business session was presided over by Mrs. Wyatt Henley. It was decided to have Hie next meeting with' -Mrs. B. M. Matthews. '•':•*- Mlts Mary Hiiblcr was in charge ot Uie amusement, in the form of a relay race in which Misses Mania Hughes, Patty Shane and Mary Elizabeth Borum were judges. Patty Shane gave a reading. Tlic hostepses served straw'bcr- iles, whipped cream and' cake. • Bora. Mr. and Mrs. R. o. Muliins announce the birth of a daugrjter this morning at their home on the Yarbro road. Tiie baby, who weighed eight pounds, has been names Patty Day, * • * Ladits Bihfe Class lo Meet, The Ladies Bible class of tlic First Methodisl church will have a special meeting tomorrow morning In planning- cooperation in the Church Loyalty campaign. All members are urged lo altcnd. Open Door Class Anmmncrs Program. At the class meeting of the Open Door Sunday school class of the First Methodist church Sunday morning .Mrs. Paul Schwartz is to speak, and Woodrow Fisher and Miss Margaret Merrill will civ^ a piano and violin duet'. All members are urged lo be on lime at 9:45 o'clock. * * * County B. Y. P. U. RaDy Held Rrre. For the fourth consecutive time the B Y. P. n. or the Blylheville Second Baptist church won the efficiency banner of the Mississippi County .B. Y. P. u. asswiat Son In a meeting last night at the S"Cond churd). • • -•. Ihe attendance banner, which had also noen in possession 3,' this union for two months, u-rnt to the Wilhelm Union of the Tilytheville First church as Ir.c host group is not eligible for this contest. ... .Tlic efficiency banner was won - with an average of 97 per cent and w|lsons union was second w.tli -js per cent. The winning group In al- temtance had 61 "per cent present. • Unions of the churchss at Wilton, Osceola. Dell. Keiscr, Manila, »nd l»-o unions from Ihe Firs: , church here h'id renre^ntatives for the N present. - • / - -'Mr?. HattTb Sniiddy was in charge , of. UK program with the subject : Giving." The next meeting will be - held at Keiscf with this group in - -.CMrge. ' Cpqrttr. H'«TC»'W»nt IN SEMI-FORMAL FROCK? "H£ SEATED FIGURE &ELOW WEARS A SKiRr OF TAFFETA IS USED FOR. THE PtASAXir URtSS AT THE RIGHT, THEGUIMPD I CHECKED Osceola Society—Personal- Circle "A" of the Methodist Church, which sponsored a cotton dress style show at the Gem Theater hero Thursday evening, will ivcscnt tlio fashion pageant again Tuesday evening In the auditorium ami Ethel Mulr. accompanied by Mr.s. Waller Hrooks of Chicago, !Jfr. nntl Mrs. Let* Wnrrlnijlon. E. |E. Alexander and Mvs. Virgil ! Greene. | Others who altmdrd Mrs. nlack- |wood's ftinein) Included Mrs. J. H. Haydcn oi CimilliersviHe, Mo., f.frs. Hal Mcllnnry ot Kcnnelt, ilo., Mr. Duncan Hnl! and son W. D. Hull of Memphis, Mrs. F. E. Moss of McAllister, Tc'xns. Mr. nntl Mrs. n. H. Blackwcod Miss Virginia Biackwood, John O of Sliainice Consolidated School at Joiner in connection witli th^ regular weekly picture show there, the proceeds to go to (he Circle. The pageant presented here i Mrs. Ely Fonvllb and Mrs. drew a capacity audience. Organ- Martin all of Little Rock, dy evening chesses were modeled by Misses Edna Karl Qnlnn, Florin,' Qiiinn. Catherine Jones, Jane (•"liumlgtm, Ertnti Ayrcs, Bonnie Jcau Driver, Marguerite fo\K, and Ionise Hale. Print drcsfts were worn oy Miss- is Nell noggins, Ruth Lynn Drake. Margaret. Unrton. Dprothy Louisa VirRiuia UurtoiK Dorolhy Louise Vales, Ejla Maruarcl Doyle. Edllh Sullivan, Mnry Croiicli, Spcncor Suck nntt Mndallne Edrlngton and \!rs. Ruth Cnrlysle, and children's dresses were modeled by little Misses Evnline Gene PiKS, Nnncy Dick Wilson. Flavin Driver. JcV- ^hlnc Frazirr. Clementine DDWCII. Donnn Ray Driver nml Bctltc Jos Behrcus. Accoinpanimonls were played by Hlackwood. Tom Jones, Mr. Lyiuic. Mr. and Mrs. Andy McNVil, Mr. and Mrs. I,. W .Wallers and Win. Walters. Mrs. Olga Oley. Mr. and Bclva Biis oj Neics Mostly Person.il Mrs. A. M. Bull, Mrs. Kimswovth Black nnd daughter Belly will re- Unn lonlght from Fort Smith, Avk., where they have been vhltini; ti:c «cv. and Mrs, George W. 1'yks tills week. The Rev. W. J. LeRoy nllendsd the literary contest of Ylisuict 4. Arkansas Education Association in rarngotild. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Mass vis- ilcd in Memphis yrstcrday. Kr. am! Mrs. Ben f,. Cimnini;- 1 of IXirdanelle. arc In ttu- MLw Dorolhy Brown and there ( were dancD numbers by litlbj ham. s Martha Jane Cartwrighl.i ''tly with Dr. CiiuniiiRhnrn's Anne Scmmes Rirbicrs nnd PcrrrlMbcr. .Mrs. G. S. Cnnnietiaiii. Cnrlwrlght. Dross mo-'-ls wore Mr. nnd Mrs. G. H. Ga-ar :md furnislioxl hv the U:ltye Shop of Ooccola. Nclle Mrs., W. L. Horncr arc iti Scarcv. Ark., fcr the May Bay festival of Galloway college. Mrs. liorner uas Mrs. L. D. Masscy and small i * i:1 - v 9 llCcn 5cvcr!>1 years n-fo nnd daushters, Charltra' and Annlel lirr • sist( ' r terved as a ens id of Merle, arc expected home today j hoilor lllis J' caf - Miss Kathryn alt;r an extended visit with rela-1 rir0ilr . daughter of Mr. an:! M ls . livc.s in Uvaldc, Texas. Keltirnlns | c "' rrnr . * ar, nlso a maid of honor, with them will be Mrs. Ma&scy's _ Nlrs - w - J - K "ox has, been c:n- to her home lor three weeks Hcd her daughler, Mrs. Btrry' B, iooliB, Jr., and Mr/'-Urdotu. Miss Mary Salterlield 'rctnnicd lo her home In Memphis loday at- lei several days visit vvllli Mr ami Mrs, C. W. Alfltck and family. Blic wus accompanied by Mrs. Alllick and Mrs. J. c. tccllcy Jj of Uelroitj Mich., who U the Biiest of Mr. mid Mrs, R, N. Ware Jr. , Mrs. I. Rcscnlhal, of Alton, in., is the uuest of her son, Paul H. Hoscnllial, and family, lot a week. Uoyle Henderbon v.'tnl to jack- ton, Tenn., yotlcrday- to accompany Mrs. Henderson and son and Mis. Mary Sutlon l»mc. They liavi; iKcni'thcre for a weelc, The condition 'of W. M. McKcn- ?!p, who underwenl an operation for uppcmllcUU ThursOay nlnht nl the Ulyihcvlllfi hobpltal, is improv- cil. Mr. mid Mrs. Marshal Wright ant] family of Woodland, Miss., arrived here last nlylit to be at the bedside of Mr. Wright's father, J. w. Wright, who suffered a stroke of apoplexy. Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Wright of Philadelphia, MUs., nnd Li-jUrr Wright of Tupelo, Miss., were cn- rouie here loday. . sis-lcrs. Mrs. Gordon Bell ot Grom- a-cll. Trxas. and Mrs. P. P. Brew- slcr of Long View, Texas, vvho will visit hero and in Memphis. Miss Lita Clark returned Thursday to her iiosition as manager of the Western Union office here afler a two week's location spoilt with her parents in Granvlllo. Texns. Mrs. W. A. Nunn of Nevao.i. Mo., and Mi-5. L. A. Gibson ol Ofipc Oiranlcau. Mo., ntendcd tlie funeral of Mrs. Josephine Wallace in Osccoia Tuesday. Mrs. J. A. Morau, who c.uiie lo Osccoia Tu2r<iay to attend the funeral of hr-r mother, Mrs. Josephine Wallace, will rclurn to hrr hoate In Springflcld. Mo.. Stmdav. Slic Is visiting her niece, Mrs. U. S. Laney. h;rc Ihbj week. Allcndinc iht funeral of Mr,-. Will Blackwood here Tlnirsrlay were the followinc frionds and rol- alives from BlylhcviHe: Mr. and Mrs. Carence Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Jon;s, Mcsdames Mike Fitz- iSimmons; a.- E. Keck, T. A. Boylcs because of an lllnc&s'front rheumatism. Mrs. John C. Hartley and daughter Helen are leaving this af!cr- r.oon for their home in N'ew Orleans after a visit with Mr. and Mri J. Mell Brooks atirt Mr. and M.-s. R. L. Galnes. Ciawtord M. Noble, nf Jcncsboro. is Allvndinj to businrss IICJT. Judge G. E. Keck and Ills court fletioeraphcr. H. o. Parllnw. returned lust nljthj from Marlon were in court this whrro they week. Mrs. 11. L. Chambers is In Mem- Phis v.ith Mr. Chamkns who is seriously ill at the MclhMlisl hospital. Kis condition today is s-li^lilly Improve;]. Darrnl \V. Mc- I'earman accompanied her. Mr. aii:l Mrs. Jnrfc CiaUlbriy, of St. Louif. are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Roscnlhal. Mrs. J. H. Elklns spent in Memphis. Mrs. Allan Walton returned day from Memphis where; she KITCHEN By SISTKK MAKY NBA Srrvite Writer ' Comparatively few American housewives make use of tlic pungent curry iwwilcr'as u means [a, ward v.ii-lely in seasonings. The curry sntfcc was designed lo make Ihe East Indian's insipid and inevitable bowl of vlco more p.il- ntnljlc and we can profit from-lheli example by using this distinctlvo llavor witli our own often rejKnlcd loods. A ciirry is invariably served with rice and may or may not use meat w fish In its make-up. VegctabI; curries nn; excellent nnd help solve the everyday luncheon or supper problem. The rice forms the border and tlic other material in the curry Silvcs Ihe luiusudl and piquant flavor to ih.c dish. • A very attractive way to use leftover meats is to reheat them In a curry sauco and serve (hem in a border of rice. The following basic rule for curry sfiiice li.is been modified slightly to iiiit, nesteni palates. Even so sume taslcs will prefer less curry. Curry Saurc One tablcsireon (scant) curry lion-dcr, 1 liibkjsiicon flour, a tnbtc- SIXMIIS butler, 2 cups tomato juice, 1 small onion. 1 tablespoon chutney s;iuce; I 1-2 tablespoons lemon juice, 1 teaspoon siignr, 1-2 teaspoon salt, 1-8 teaspoon prpper. Melt liutter and s!lr in curry IKW- <icr and Hour. Ccok and stir until frothy. Slowly add tomato juice sliirmg constantly. When smooth add minced onion, chutney, lemon juice, sugar, salt and pepper. Simmer (or thirty minutes. If chutney sauce is not available, chopped cucumber rings or mixcS .sum pickle can be used. Tender left-over veal, lamb, mutton, beef, chicken or fish can bo reheated in this sauce and scrvjd in a Iwrder of cooked »ice. Cheap cuts of meat also ran be used. Cut them in dice and brown quickly In hot fat,. Then simmer ii> Hie sauce in the oven or on lor. of (tic stove until tender, w.itcr can of course be used in place of tomato julee. If you arc entirely unfamiliar with Ihe Insle of curry it may help you in Judging (he amount to use If you know- that curry pnw'cr I,n ccml;inallon of several cou-.il- tnenls. Including coriander sw:ls tiiinirric and fenugreek seeds at v.ell ;\s other spices. It naturally varies m .strenglli .and flavor and flennrss .iccordiug to its rompnii- tion. MI it may be well to u.se it 4p.uingly nt first. The frilnwinir rule for East in- cltan curry h miite exotic in flavor and embodies a curious comhinan™ of roco:innt. onion, !»mon and brv- naiia. • » * .- K.iil Indian Currj One poun.-i rcimd steak or lean beef of any cut. 1 tablespoon r-.ir- ry powder. 3 tablespoons buti«r I onion, 1-2 fresh cocoaiuit f i n _ nana. 1-2 lemon. 1-2 Icaspaou «i t Cut meat into sm.ill tqnnrfs Melt butter in stew pan and ui-> n ' it bubbles artrt onion nnely minced and curry powder. Stir ivith ;i lork and rook five mliv.ucs. Arid mr\l and brown quickly. Add boiling «». tcr lo cover and simmer one ho:i r afdins more water If necessary Add SJI'.. Juice of lemon, baiuua cut in ir.cn slices, and cocoaniii infim,,,, Simmer until tender and fprvc with rice. To make coconnut infii>ioii pr.ite or scrape cocoaiuit and k-t si.inti in one cup boiling water for 20 minutes. Strain througl) rhcescclo'h smicczing cocoanut as dry .« jxjs' ab'c. One toaspooii ttiimy S , IC( ,,, preen ginger can tr Mib>:it ; i;ed for the banana if conv?n:ont The English often add I chopped apple ar.d ,1 tablcsixjon grated ca- coanut to the curry sauce ••Rcafi Courier Xe.wi Want Arts HRST MbTIIOIIIST CIIUKCII Main ami Seventh Stfi. f. <). Kudo, I'jstur ijumlay tchoul, 0:45 A. M. Worship and sermon, 11 A. M. and 7:45 P. M. Subject: "Things Thai Arc Secure In This Changing Era". The tlicjne "What Tlien Shall We Do With Jesus which Is Called Christ?" will be the subject cf each f.evmon In the special scr- Ucc.'S each nlijhi next wck. Ttic Hev. J| Abner Sage will have cliurge of tiie song services. Junior f-eaguc, 2 i>. M. Intel-mediate League, 7 I'. M. Senior League, 7 P. M. ; Thc board of stewards will hold :i short meting Hftcr the church service Monday evening. HKST CHRISTIAN CHUKCII E. K. latimer, ndnlstcr Church scliqpl, D:45 a.m. Holy Coinnumion and wrmon 11 a.m. Subject: "The Meaning of loyally." ' Vcs]«r service 0 p.m. "Daily Bread" is the seventh study on Ihe Lord's prayer. Dr. Homer A. Strong, minlslcr of Padncah, Ky., will be the guest S]>cakcr duvlni; the Church Loyally campaign. All are. Invilcd lo hca'r him. CHURCH Of CHRIST Auditorium uf Court House Sunday school 10 a.m. Holj communion 11 a.ni. All are cordially Invited, FIKST I'KtSBYTERIAN CIIUKCII Marsli M. C'allaway, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. J. Nick Thomas superintendent. Morning worship u o'clock Subject of sermon "You and Your Generation." Christian • Endeavor Society C-30 p.m. A playlet, led by Miss Louise Ddbyns. will be given. Church 1:30 p.m. The ncv, Charles M. Campbell of couivny is to conduct the nigln- ly services for the next two weeks m Ihe Church Loyalty campaign. Ilicse services are lo be held at 7:45 o'clock. On Monday evening the subject will bo "Bigger Hearts." SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH J. I.. Ncwcom, Paslor Sunday school 0:45'a.m. J. D Booker superintendent. Old""™ U a ' m ' Sul * ct ' "Happy dlrecl P ' ^ ^ RO " Cy C!l ^' Sermon 7:«. Subject, "Wanted: A Boy,' Prayer services Wednesday 7;4o Robert KniRht wll|.l,avc charge oi (tie song service, and all ihe songs Sunday murning will be in honor of the elderly folk of the """"'v nnd our American ail- All the members of the church arc requcslecl to sec that the "Old folk Imvc sams way to comc ,„ the.morn|ug scrvici'.';. K STREET METHODIST CHDKC'II W. J. LcRoy, I'aslor Sunday Ei-hool. a-jj A M p Preachlii£. 10:50 A. M,'and 7:45 ^Epworth Leasues: !li-Lea S ue, 6:30 Senior League, 7 t ] M Remember the Simultaneous Revival begins lomorrou-. We fiopc :vcry meinbcr will make it, a point lo be in all these services. blic«- your loyalty to Christ im the rhurcli by attcndins each f'IKST BAPTIST (CIIUKCII Corni-r Walnut aiirt siti Streets AlfrrU ,S. Harwell. I'aslor Bible srlie-ol. 9;.|5 A. M., G C Miller, educational director. Preaching services, II A. M and f:« 1>. M.. by the pastor. He will speak at the morning hour on: "God's plan for a Revival', ami his subject (or (lie evening will be: "An Invitation jllghlril". B. Y. P. Y.: 6:30 I'. M. The Kmulay morning r-ervice will )C Ihc llrst of the '•Siimiluncoies 3hnrch Loyalty c.ini]>:ilt;ir' which will run for Iwo svccks. Scr- 'Icci will be held each evening ,i( 1:45. Kirry member of the First Baptist church is cxpcctcxl to al- .end llicsc services from nighl to light. Baalists who tire living in the cily and who have not as yet united v.ith our church are earnestly requested, and cordially In- iitcd. to do so at Ihc beginning 3f the nieeling. Our pastor will rio the preaching during these scr- .es of meclings and Mrs. Paul L. Tipton, choir director, will have charge 0( .Ihc music. You arc J5ATURPAY, APRIL =WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Isaac and His Wells Sweet Potato Plants Now Ready Nancy Hall * I'ntta Rlcati 25c i>cr 100; $2 per 1,01X1. Prpptr Plants. Pimento. ]V|| or Bull Now, lang Kr,l Cayuinc 15f ptr <IM; 73c per 100. Tomato n.inls, stone, r.tilf state Market, Marglohc A- Poiulcrosa i 0c prr doz; Me nor 100. Plants 20c per ilon; Jl llcr 100. BYRUM PRODUCE • COMPANY P«pl Bjrrom, 112 E. Main All Orders Postpaid Text: (ite. 26:12-25 The Inttrtutkrr.-il L'nlfurni Sun- aj 1 ^'chool Loson for .May I. HV WM. K. (lll.KOV, U. U. Hor uf Thr CoiijrreatHiiulbt 'the golden text chosen from the Book of I'l-overlu is [lp . (iroprlatc to tills lesson. "A Kofi answer turneth away svratlr, "but a grievous word .sllrrcih un an- Ber." Isaac was hardly as great a n g . i;re as his lather, Abraham. |,,,t he h.id Jnhci-ilcd at least a Hiirly lurge i;art of his father's Inlcgrliy mid cominoii sense, lie also ln- iHTitcil-his fnOier's wealth. Build- Ing upnn.all that his father left him, lie became a man of very great uosseuloiis; so Healthy In the necks nnd herds tliut constituted tiie wealth of the time that Ills Philistine nelglibois crciUly envied him, In the strife lliat ensued, the Pbilisltm's" h.-td slioivii this enmity by lilline up tlie wells that Abraham's servants had digged, aim H-hen It-aac diggtil fhese' wells ayain, (he Philistines apparently continued (o stop them. • » • Isaac seems to have hnd a peaceful disposition, vei-y much like his father's, for «-licn (he wells ncrc filled and strife arose he apparently went on to another place and digged new wells. So it hapiwncd that strife arose about successive \vells until finally he moved farther away and digged a well which was tcit to him in peaceable i»tscssion. In token of Ilils fact -he rolled -the well "Rehoboth," which means "room" or "broad places." "Fo- now." he said, Jchbvah lialh made rorm (or us, ant! we shall be rniltful hi the land." Was il a coincidence thai, tol- lowlnj,' Ihcsc events, when Isaac went up tu Bccrsheba, in the ex- corrtially invited lo worship willi vs. A Booster Choir will uc organized nnd directed by Mr. Miller. tmnc south of Palestine, and the hc:i>e associated with his devotion to his. father, the Lord appeared to him with words of promise and blessing? Do nci Ihe promises and blessings of God conic to lhi>ic who seek tiie way of peace and who endeavor to meet, the world's 'strife in the spirit of patience anU gcod will? One does not mean by this (hat, goodness always lias Its reward in outward success. The cross of Christ reminds tu, rather, that the highest way of life is often for those who suiter and who sacrifice everything for conscience's sake. Uut il Is none the less true that the way of supreme s.ilisfaciion is the way of riglit and peace and truth. And this is essentially a s true in our time as it ivas in primitive times when causes and effect* were mo'\> simply discernible. The, rewards of life in their deepest and .truest aspect are not for the strong and the grasping "nd tlic greedy. Even when tlic greedy and Ihu grasping get the things they arc after, it not infrequently proves their undoing, as it did in the case of Lot, The man who has made a •success of life. In treading down his ' fellows, and In rising to wealth and power through unscrupulous means, often docs not realize how in doing; so he 1ms thrown away ' everylhint; that makes life worl'i whife. Oflen, if ho coiik! but realize it, he brings upon himself and all connected with him the worst sort of material disaster." when he Hunks he Is achieving- Ihe greatest sort of material success. I'lLGKIM r.imiKKAN' CHURCH II. 3. Kleindlenst, Pastor Simdiiy sclicol and Bible class ) A. M. Morning worship, 10 A. M. Sermi.r* topic, "Prayer". Evening worship, 3 I'. M. Them-: of sermon, "Abraham". The evening sermon will be IK- iirst of a new Ecrics on "Men of the Bible." During this scries the "Question Box" will again be introduced, Serious questions of a religious nature may be submitted by tiny- one through the "Question Dox" or Hie malls, and will be answered the following Sunday evening. The questions for tilts week arc: 1. Was Adam Hie first man Gad created? 2. Does not Remans 5:14 seem lo indicate there were others living before, or at least, with Adam? 3. Haw would you explain (lie so-called cures of Christian Science? Ever.vone Is cordially invited lo these fen-Ices. CHRISTIAN SCIENCK CIIUKCII "Everlasting Punishment" 'is tlie subject of tlu; Lesson-Sermon lo fce read in tiie Christian Science service Sunday morning at 11 o'clock ,11 the llolcl Noble. The Golden Text is: "Brethren, it a man be overtaken in a fault, yc which are spiritual, restore such as one in the spirit of meekness" (Gaialians 0:1). Among the citations from the Biblo is (he following: "Behold, the Lord's hand is not shortened, that it eannol save; ncillirr ills cnr heavy, dial it cannot hear", (Isaiah 59-.1). Tlic Lesson-Scimon will also include passages [rum the Christian Science Icxtoook, "Science and Health \\ilh Key lo the Scriptures," by Mary Baker E<idy, one ot which reads: "The history of Christianity furnishes sublime proofs of (he supporting influence iind protecting power bestowed on CARDUI MOONLIGHT DANCE EXCURSION ON KBAUTIFUI, ISLAND MAID FRIDAY, .MAY. fiTH . OSCb'OLA, ARK. LEAVE . IlETUHN 8:30 P. M.- " ll:30'l\ M. Dance to the Music o( EARl. MAKCO'S HAKMOSV KINGS Enjoy a (lelishlfnl ride nil Hie palalial Isl.ind Maid. Gluss enclosed dancn salon, rpncions decks. An evening ot genuine entertainment on this bcadtlful river steamer. Adults 75c . Children '!5c Dancing Free man by Ills heavenly Faiher, omnipotent Mind, who gives man faith and understanding whereby to do- lend liiinself, not only irom temptation, hut rrom bodily suflerlng" (Page 387). Steamer Island Maid Is Coining lo Osceola The glass-enclosed sleamer Island Maid, pule ot the fleet of pleasure boats owni-a by the Coney Island company o( Cincinnati, will be in Osceola Friday, May 6 lh for a moonlight, bral ride nnd dance. Earl Marco's clght-niccc'- orchc,<;- Ira will piny. • :- . -.. The boat will leave U:e wharf at Oseeola at, 8:30 p.m. and reliini at H:30 p.m., with dancin» Irom 8 to 12. Denmark has nolifiEd all foreign jazz bands to leave the country. MATKRNITY HOSPITAL for un- f'fftunate gu-ls; secluded, private rate reasonable. For information write F-.iirmount Hospital, DI1 Easl 27tli, Kansas City, Missouri. every grave Jno. C. McHaney, Jr. "The Monumtnt Man" Sweet Cream Butter 30c Lb. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10c Qt. Delivered Phone 74 Bulgarian Buttermilk 15c Qt. Go to Church Sunday A Superb Service At Low Cost Here is a REPRESENTATIVE Family Bundle !! shirts 8 boys' 10 niL-n's liaiid'chiefs 1 Indies' droxs 2 bloonici'.s a Indies' liaiid't-liicfs 2 .summer iiiiionxuits 1 liair |>it.i:inias o children's dresses 7 POUM)S 1 talilcclolli •1 .slitcts •1 pillow slips 2. bath towels 8 face towels 5 napkins 9 POUNDS Seven Pounds of Wearing- Apparel @ 20c . $1.40 Nine Poiimls of Flat Work @ 8c . . . . .72 Less Discount of 25'r $2.12 .53 -Nci'Cosl of Bundle 81.59 Kcmvmhcr — livery article in (his himrilc -was completely linishcd — Itvturncd to the ownci' ready lo use. BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY Free Mo! h-Proof Bags for Your Winter Gannon Is

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