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PAGE TKQ. BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COI/RIER NEWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS .Circle One, Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church, meeting 2:30-o'closk with Mrs. J. J. Pick- r en; Circle Two, Mrs, Byron Morse; Circle Three, pastor's study; Circle Four, having •'supper, 6:30 o'clock : at church. . '• Circle One, Woman's Missionary Union, First "Baptist church, meeting with Mrs. C.E.Johnson 2:30 o'clock; Chcle Two, Mrs. Key Hunt; Circle Three, Mrs. Arch Liiidsey; : Circle Pour, Mrs. Jesse Seeman; Circle Five, Mrs. Roy Head; Circle Six, Mrs. G. C. Hawks. -Woman's Council, First Christian church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. J. D. Smith. Wesleyan Service Guild, First Methodist church, sponsoring silver .tea. and' book review, 7:30 o'clock, at church. • . . • Altar Scciety, Church of the Immaculate Conception, meeting 2:30 "o'clock at Rectory. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Order of Eastern Star having stated meeting 7:30 o'clock at Hall. Mrs. Thad Nicol and Mrs. Toby Long entertaining Double G club at Nicol home. Tuesday Contract .club meeting with Mrs. W. W. Shaver. : Mrs. L-endennie Fowler having Tuesday Bunco : "club. "Mrs; Jess'ee Stitt' entertaining City Contract- club. ' Tuesday Club meeting with Mrs. Joe G. TrieBchmann. Mrs. J. E. Beasley having Tuesday Afternoon club.- Mrs. Floyd A, White entertaining Tuesday-Bridge club. (1.. ; Woman's Society of . Christian | :_ Service; Lake'- Street /Methodist "" church',, meeting , : 2:30 o'clock with ;Mrs. George Disinger. - - >WEDNBSDAY'd EVENTS ;':;Mrs," Ray Worthington and Mrs. Hermon : Carlton'entertaining Chapter D of the P. E/ O. Sisterhood for- Irncheon, 1:00 o'clock. . "Mrs.' Charles L. Wylie entertain'• ".ing "Delta- .Contract: Club. -'Town^and Country club meeting •with Mrs. R.:.G.,Rose. - Mrs.:William Young having ADC . Bridged club. •( Y. ''-:.;; i ;: -THURSDAY'S EVENTS .'KIrs:;R,.-B. Crawford entertaining .Dell • Bridge club. • 'Mrs. "-Russell ;.= Phillips having Thursday .Luncheon 'dub. iMid-Week Bridge club, meeting ^QivMrs.-Cecil Shane. : '-.; "i . : : .;Mrs.' -.R;.-A. .Nelson entertaining .Thursday. Afternoon club. ^Mrs.-; 'Henry- Humphrey having Contract club. Dessert -club meeting Very Flower Of Fashion popularity -*• huge splashy print? st southern resorts— and hence, for next sumn' i er—is continually mentioned in fashion reports. Typical is the print evening gown worn by Ann Chadwick, of Carlisle. Pa. t at Palm Beach It is a giant white '"Raymond Schmuck enter- tainirig Thursday; Bridge club.-. :; ,::Mi5S.: Frances' - McHa'ney having --qee-QUe- Bridge club:. . '; , ":• Woman's Poreien Missionary Society, Church of the Nazarene, meet: ing'l':30 o'clock at church. /.Missionary Society, Pilgrim Holi- ifl ness;-Tabernacle, meeting 2:30 • o'clock -"with Mrs. Myrl Payne. ^Mrs. Elton -Foster -entertaining • '•' ' fe-, Bachelors' club having party, 8:00 r ^ ••o'clock at' American Legion Hut. ': :i •••-: '.' ^FRIDAY'S • EVENTS '. ' Mrs. J. J. Ewins:, entertaining Friday : Contract Club! .: ,'Buo-Quad''Bridge club meeting with Mrs. T. L. Heaton. .Mrs. Charles Pern- entertaining Bi-Mantnly Luncheon club. .Mrs. c. j. Little entertaining c. ;B. a club. :, Kiwarls club havin? Ladies' f,._ night, 7:30 o'clock,-at Hotel Noble. ;Frmrcrt-Davis Kit'"! Announced. 'Mr. and -Mrs. T.. A.' Davis an- ncunce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Theda Jo Davis If to Leonard Humbert,-son of Mrs' a* ' Eunice Humbert. The ceremony was solemnized •Jan. 4 at the home of the Rev. Rov E. Bradley at Caruthersville. Mrs. -Humbert attended the ochcol of the Immaculate Conception , and . city high school. Mr. Humbert is employed with Wade Ccal Company. . -Mr. and Mrs. Humbert are mak- 3ng their home with Mr. Humbert's mother on Highway 61. : • • '. * * » • . Clars Has Meeiinr. Charles Ray Newcomb and second high to Mrs. Friend. - Bridgo .award was presented to Mrs. Mason. » • « Is Hostess to Cluh. rs. Bernard McFarland was. hostess to members of the Y. M. B. club and four guests for a party at her home Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. William I. Malm, Mrs. Gene Reagan, Mrs. F. E. Utley and Miss Jean Bourland. Frizes in the games went to Mrs. John Burnett for high, Mrs. Barry Finklea for low, Mrs. Utley, bunco and Mrs. Reagan, guest, The hostess served a salad -plate with iced drinks after the games. * * •, Postpone Meeting. The meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Lake Street Methodist church which was scheduled for Monday iias been postponed because of the visit of Bishop Charles E. Selecman of Oklahoma City to this district on that clay. He will speak at the First Methodist church from 2:00 until 4:00 o'clock in the interest of Hendrix college and Christian Education. Ths Lake Street meeting has been postponed in order that members of the society may hear the Bishop speak, The meeting; will be Tuesday afternoon at 2: CO o'clock^ at, the home of Mrs. George Disinger. "*- * » Uses Valentine Scheme, The Valentne scheme was used n decoratons for* the C. B. C. club -•arty gven Frday afternoon by Mrs. Arch Lindsey. Mrs. O. O. Eikins played with the club , members. Mrs. R. A. Oopeland was high and Mrs. Elkins. second high. The salad .course served with coffee after the games was in red 2nd white as xvere the table decorations. + T + Class Has Meeting. Ten members of the Dorcas Sun'"ay school class of the First Bap- •ist church were entertained by Miss Cordelia Wilhite Friday afternoon at the church. Mrs. T. L. C»ssidy gave the cie- vcticnal from the" 112th Psalm. Prayer was offered by Mrs. c. P. Tucker, who also read a- paper on "February's Great Men, Washing- ten and Lincoln." Following the business session presided over by the hostess, she served refreshments, * * * Fledges Sorority. Miss Mary Adah Robinson, daughter of Dr. Finlcy A. Robin :on, lias been pledged to Chi Omega sorority at University of Arkansas. Fayctteviile. M-^s Robinson is a sophomore at the University, having previously attended Sauthwestcrn nt Memphis. * * * Flays With Club. Mrs. C. C. Langston played cards Wilson Soci'ety—Personal Bits of News Mostly Personals Cooperative Club Meets "American Citizenship" and its Miss Nannie Clarke "Smith left Friday for New York where she will spend two weeks. While there, she will attend the rehearsals of the New York High, School Festival Chorus under the direction of Peter J. Wllhousky. She will also take special coaching under Mr. Wilhousky, who is assistant director of Music in the New York City Schools, and Bernard Taylor, teacher of voice in the Juilliard School of Music. Mrs. Sterling Frank, of Dumas, accompanied Miss Smith. Mrs. John Thomas Scanlon and Miss Sara Lou McCutehen. - are spending today in Memphis. Mrs. G. J. Walker has returned from Memphis where she has been for the past week with her sister- in-law, Mrs. J. P. Little, formerly of here and now- of Augusta, Kans,, who underwent a major operation at Memphis hospital a week ago. Mrs. Little whose condition was critical - is now improved. Mrs. L, D. Chamblin and Miss i Mary Outlaw .will spend this afternoon in Osceola with Mrs. Donald Werta j.who is recovering from an appendectomy at.her home there. She was removed Friday from Memphis Methodist hospital. . .• Mr. and Mrs. George Hamiltqii, have gone to Cincinnati after having .visited Mrs. Hamilton's parents, CHURCH NEWS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Eighth at Walnut Alfred Carpenter, pastor 9:30 a.in. Biole school. Russell Baugh, superintendent, 10:45 a.m. Morning worship service. Special music by the choir. Sermon—"Wonder of Wonders" by Rev. Carpenter. Services will be broadcast over KLCN. 6:30 p.m. Training Union, Fred Carlock, director. 7:30 p,m. Evening preaching hour. Special music. Sermon—"Startling Announcement" the pastor. Mid-week services: 7:00 p.m. Departmental meetings. 7:30 pjn. Personal experiences with Christ. 8:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal. First Baptist Sunday school revival begins Sunday 16th. SECOND BAI'TIST CHURCH Comer of 18th and Main streets 11- Graham, pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Johnny Hococt, superintendent. Winford Moreland, song leader. Preaching, 11:00 a.m. Preaching, 7:30 p.m. B. T. U.,'6:30 pjn. Wednesday Prayer service, 7:30 p.m. teachers' and officers' meeting, Friday, 7:00 p.m. Friday, special program, 7:30 o'clock. SATURDAY; FEBRUARY s, 1941 a Spirit: and. they, that -worship him .must 'worship him- in -spirit and in truth." John 4:24. The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages~ from " the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures", by Mary Baker BlOtiy: "Spirit ' is- the' only substance, the Invisible and indivisible innn- te God." p. 335. CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Father J. J. Thompson, pastor Father B. F. McDevIU, assistant Mass at 8:00 arid 10:00 o'clock. Monday, 2:30 o'clock, Radio talk over KLCN. Father B. F!. McDevitl will give another ' in a series oi radio instructions on "The Truth About the Catholic- Church." Friday, 7:30 o'clock, Noveiia to Our Sorrowful Mother. BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street 9:30 am. Bible, school. Raymond | 2: °0 CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE First and Sycamore streets Fletcher Spruce, pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Bob Tyrone, superintendent. Special singing by Fraternal Four radio quartet, 10:45 a.m. "The Four Great Promises of God," sermon by the Rev. C. C. Xnippers of Lawrenceburg, Tenu., evangelist, 11 a-m. Radio program on KLCN, 3:15 Sunday afternoon. N. Y. P. S. meeting Sunday, 6:45 p.m. "Modern World Conditions — Cause and Cure" sermon by the evangelist, 7:30 p.m. "Practical Holiness", evangelist's sermon Monday, 7:30 p.m. Prayer and Fasting, 'Thursday, 1:00 p.m. Missionary meetings Thursday, Leagues. Seniors are making plans to attend the Union Meeting at Dell Monday night. Monday 2-4 p.m. Bishop Charles C. SeJecniari wJH" Be "tfie" principal .speaker in this service which is being held in behalf of Hendrix College and Christian Education. All t-hp friends of Hendrix College and those interested i» .Christian Education are cordially invited and urged to attend. TEMPLE ISRAEL Herman Pollack, rabbi 1:30 p.m. Sunday school classes will meet. 3 p.m. Arbor Day and Lincoln's Birthday program will be presented by the Sunday school, with a representative from each class. Sermon topic: 'As the Twig Is Bent." Everyone is welcome to attend. PILGRIM TABERNACLE 110 Cherry street a Kev. Mrs- O. W. Doss, pastor 9.:45 ajn. Sunday school, 11:00 a.m. Worship service Sermon topic, "Perfect Love." 7:30 p.m- Evangelistic service, "A Backslidden Heart." 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, mid-week prayer service. Every one is invited to attend these services. "They say we're friendly." CHURCH OF CHRIST W. Main off Highway 61 Denlon M, Neal, evangelist Lord's Day services: Bible classes, 9:50 a.m. Preaching, 11:00 a.m. Communion. 11:50 a.m. Young People's Bible class, 6:45 PJTI. various meanings, was discussed in Dr> anci Mrs> c - c - Stevens,.here, a round table forum on Thursday ^ % Harallton is playing, an en-' nflemoon, .when the Cooperative Sagement at the Netherland Plaza Club met for its February meeting. Mrs. C. L. Bird, acted as chairman of /the program and introduced the speaker. Rabbi Pollack: of Blyheville. Mi-. Pollack especially emphasized the situation arising from immigrants and aliens arriving in America annually, and the problems which disturb them before and after securing citizenship papers. Betty Jean Goldman gave a prayer entitled "America" taken hotel in Cincinnati. Mrs.'James Hill Jr., who is undergoing treatment at Warrall hospital in Rochester, Minn., is improving, but it will probably be another week before'she will'return home.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Morehead are spending today, in 'Mem- from'an international pageant. Her' S«!? ere; costume was that of a typical Am- 1 """"~~ ~ and Mrs. K. .H. Francis of Tuscaloosa, Ala., returned -home Friday after having spent several |M; . G. 'Sudbury were host lJ5 ./Bieinfceis of the Ladies' |||- cf toe First Methodist }||;,,a meeting Friday nij III Hardin home. |r| The twenty prese; |?|- teacher, Miss Menta Hushes? sJndi ' VL ' ${;.«two visitors, Mrs. J. R. MOOT |H: and Mrs. -Emma Burner of Man^- ||j, field, Mo., .houseguest of Mr. and llf Mrs. p. E. cooley. .Mrs. Sallie. Kufcler gave the with members of the Friday Con- encan girl, in the patriotic colors of red, white and blue. Mrs. Lee Wesson presided over the routine business .session, during which it was. voted to allow Mrs. J. A. Merrill $15 with which to replenish the needs of the clubhouse.. Announcement was made of the garden pilgrimage in May and the club is desirous of receiving invitations from owners of gardens to be exhibited, for which prizes wi]] be given. Small American flags were predominant in the decorations throughout the club house. Mrs. Jimmy Hartrich and Mrs. J. R. May were welcomed us new members, and Mrs. Jack Justice and Mrs. R. L. ( Moulfrie were guests. Sharing hostess honors were: Mrs. Berry Grain. Mrs. H. W. Allen. Mrs. J. B. Garrett. Mrs. W. S. Turner, Jr., and Mrs. J, E. Morgan. * ? * Wesleyan Guild Meets The Wesleyan Service Guild of the Methodist church met Wednesday evening at, the teacherage. Misses Emilie Cummings and Dorothy Miller, were in charge of the devotional with the Rev. Rex B. Wilkes leading the bible study. After a brief business meeting the group adjourned for a social hour and refreshments, * V' A Club Has Guest Dance Mr. and Mrs. Rufus S. Branch, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Uzzelle Mr and Mrs. W. F. Wilson, and Mr.' and Mrs. Roy E. Cox of Osceola, °ntert95ned members- of the Cotillion Club and their guests with a soaphetti supper and dance at the clubhouse on Thursday night The supper was served buffet style, the table decorations carrylns:' out a fiesta motif with gay Mexican colors. Larcc balloons suspended from the ceilings and the thirty-five couples danced through serpentine, gaiety prevailing with confetti, and v>oise makers. Mr. and Mrs. Ra . Morgan were welcomed as new games in which. Mrs. H. G. scorer. Marine Journal To Begin Publication I** .••'<$• the Lord's Prayer. lj. ;Durin^ :the social seafarers, historians hav games together to publish a played, and. the hostesses cooperative journal, the rf pm^co. hvin nt ,. Mn ° tll< - }f:; served/a dessert course.- Kas Luncheon For Tiro Bridge Ciubs. nowv Quarterly havr me group of women who r bridge .together. each:.Wednes- :ion-to tncse groups, she .fccrv;:guests, Mrs. Claude Mrs. : .> : j.,p. Friend" and Mrs. t ^ *. -***»*», j^. & won.it.ij L- cVJ 1U Mr. John Wood, secretary-treasurer I . « * „ I To Present Play Tlio Dramatic club, composed of Approximately 25 students of the junior and senior high school graces, will present three one-act Plays at the high school auditorium "n Thursday nfeht. 'Fsbruarv 13th MKS Louise Phillips is the director.' Dr. Henry Karnip, director of field business and they visited their son, Kavanaugh Francis, and Mrs. Francis. Garner Appleton of Florence, Ala;, will come Sunday for, a( visit with his sister, Mrs. L. D. Chamblin, and family. BY MRS. GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Service Stair Writer A pound of veal steak -will 'travel I much farther along "the budget highway if . accompanied with several vegetables and flavored' .with seedless raisins. S?ow cooking is part of the secret of this extended veal treat. CASSEROLE OF VEAt AND VEGETABLES One pound veal steak, cut in l-inch cubes, J ,i cup washed rice, 4. tablespoons fat, salt and pepper, 1 cup sliced raw potatoes, VB cup Zachry, superintendent. FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Lilly and Vine streets Clifford; L. Thacker, pastor Sunday school, 8:45 a.m. Worsmp service, .11: GO o'clock- P. Y. P. A., 6:30 o'clock. Evangelistic service, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday' night, 7:30 o'clock. P. Y- P. A. Friday night, 7:30 o'clock, prayer meeting. '; LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH E. K. Sewell, pastor Humanity is choosing sides. God has given us the freedom of choice. Which side are you on? He invites us to his Church, his recruiting and training' station. We shall be glad to have you with us at Lake Street church tomorrow. Church school, Iverson Morris, superintendent, 9:45 a.m.- Morning worship, 10:50 a.m. Children's, and Young People's Leagues,' 6:45 p.m. Evening 'service's", 7:30 p.m. If possible, hear Bishop Charles C\ Selecman, of .Oklahoma City, Monday at 2:00 o'clock at .First Churchv • - FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH ' Main at Sixth Geo. W. Palterson, minister 9:45. a-m. Bible 'school. Russell Barham, superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Worship, communion and' preaching. 7:30 p.m. Worship and preaching. We -most cordially invite the public. Strangers in our city especially invited- We'll try to make you glad you came our way. The revival meeting will continue each night this week.. Come and worship with us in these special services- . ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 11:00 a.m. Holy .Communion service conducted by Bishop R. Bland MltaHell, of Little Rock. CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHURCH. OSCEOLA 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Evening prayer service. • ' . 9:00 a. m. r Monday, Holy Communion service. Both services, will be conducted by Bishop R. Bland Mitchell, of Little Rock. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets H. J. KlientHenst. Pastor Divine worship 10 ajn. Sunday-school and Bible class 11 a.m. ' • •'-..'• The Lutheran Hour over V/MPS 12:30 and over KLCN 3:30. These are two different, broadcasts. Sunday . school teachers meet Monday 6:30 p.m. Service -for the deaf Monday 7:30 p.m. Everyone invited to see Preaching, 7:30 p-m. Mld-Week services: Wednesday, 7:45 -p.m. Bible study and song practice. Thursday, 2:30 p.m. Ladies' Bible class. Daily broadcasts, KLCN, week days, 12:15-12:30 o'clock. Sunday, 2:30-3:15 o'clock. You are invited to each of our services- You will always find a hearty welcome with us. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Seventh and Ash streets S. A. MerriU, pastor 8:30 a.m. Radio program. 9:45 ajn. Sunday school- John Davis, superintendent. ; 11:00 a.m. Children's church. 7:45 p;m. Evangelistic service. .' Tuesday. 7:45 p.m. young .people's meeting. • • . . Friday, 7:45"pjn. Bibl study. The public is-'cordially.' invited to these services- ••'••' Dyess Personals W. G. Young has returned from Camp-Robinson,-near "Little Rock, where he has been employed. Mrs. Wallace Loren will leave Monday night for Baton Rouge, La:, to visit friends. _ Merritt .Crawford and E. L, Curtis, who ' have employment at Hughes, spent, the week end here, Miss Bernice Caldwell, accompanied by Dreda Matlock, spent Saturday in Saiem, visiting friends. The Senior Class, accompanied by their, sponsor, Miss Bess Tno- mas, will, leave Wednesday afternoon for Memphis to attend "Gone With the Wind'." Mrs. Roy cash and son have gone to Trumann to join Mr. cash, who is employed there. Miss Minnie Beth Mathis was a weekend guest in Salem with her grandfather, Parker Rhodes. John Casey and Keith Taff left Monday for Fort Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Ransford Funk and children, who have been visiting her parents, have gone to Blytheville, where he has employment. " • Mrs. M. L. Palenski is visiting her mother in Booneville this week. Dr. and Mrs. Harry M. Lintz, of Lake Charles, La., left Saturday for California after spending the last few weeks at their farm here. Mrs. R. G. Lancaster and children. Bobby and Luella, are visiting her 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Chapman of Blytheville. Mrs/c. E. Pierce and daughter, Patsy Ruth, Mrs. Gene Bums, Floyd Owen ' and son, Albert, are spending this week -in Magnolia, Ark., visiting- relatives and friends. Will Give Special Program At Church A special program, "The -Heart of the Training Union," will t be presented Friday night,7::30 o'clock Yarbro News Spiritual Life Program Presented A spiritual-life 1 '.program was.pre- sented at the meeting of;the Woman's Society- of Christian Service of the Methodist Church .Wednesday afternoon, at the church. Mrs. C; B. Etchenson presided. .Fifteen .members • and'-, two guests, Mrs.' Mack Krutz' and 'Mrs. Johnnie Young,' were' present. .'• • Mrs. O..E. Goddard had charge of the pvograin. on "Temptations". Others, who tOpk. part were Mrs. W. D. Henson and • Mrs. Tullas Hehson, - -who; made ' talks. Mrs. George Bunch gave tlie second lesson on the study, of "Psalms." Prayers .were -offered by Mrs. E. V. Hill, Mrs. -Henry. • Young and Mrs. A. L. Riggs. .' The • next . meeting will be Wed - nesday at 2:00 o'clock in the home of Mrs. C, J. Little. Mrs. Ross Moore •. will be co-hostes. '. diced celery, l cup sliced onions. 4. carrots, sliced; & clove garlic, Vi cup seedless raisins, 2 cups boiling water. 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce. Saute veal and rice in melted fat until well browned. Place In bottom of casserole, season with salt and pepper, cover with layer of sliced potatoes, season again, then add celery and onions, more seasoning and a layer of carrots and raisins. Add water and Wor- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH James A. Ovcrho'lscr, pastor Church school, 9:45 a.m. Morning worship, 11:00 a.m. Theme, "The Influence of One Great Man." Young People's meeting. 6:30 \ p.m.' Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. Subject, . "The Unpardonable Sin." Mid-Week service, Wednesday, 7:30 o'clock. . Choir practice, Wednesday. 8:15 o'clock. cestershire sauce. Cover * u he cas- i Everyone is cordially invited to serole and bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees F.) for 2 1-4 hours. If you like to try .fancy dishes occasionally, this amazing: combination of fruit and spices will please you. Makes a trump surprise for luncheon parties. PINEAPPLE HAM (Serves 5) Two and one-half cups chopped cooked ham. 1-3 cup_.fine cracker crumbs, 1 teaspoon minced onion. 1 egg- slightly beaten. 1 No. 2 can sliced pineapple (10 slices), 25 wohle cloves, .small cooked sweet potatoes, 3 tablespoons butter. 1-3 cup brown su?ar, ^ cup pineapple juire, cranberry jelly. Mix ham. crumbs, onion anci t e. Nashville, the Wilson .schools Miss Mildred Enochs of Jackson i is a guest this week in thr egg together. Shape in five patties and put each on a pineapple rlice in a greased utility dish. Cover with a second pinnapple ring studded with cloves. Arrange cooked sweet, potatoes arouna the pineapple ham sandwiches. Heat icius of the butter, sugar and pineapple iui:e high school and pour about half of it over the food. Bake in a moderate oven (325 degrees FX for about 49 min- vtes. basting occasionally with the remaiulug hot pineapple" juice. Just before serving place a cube of V \ famous gentleman named Frankin i mMi attend these services. ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH, OSCEOLA Father J. J. Thompson, pastor Mass each Sunday at 8:00 o'clock. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES 116 S. Broadway Spirit is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, and Christian Science Societies on Sunday. February .9, 1941. The'Golden Texf. is "Jf we live in the' Spirit, let us also walk in the Spirit." Gfllatians 5:25. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "God is how the Gospel is brought to the deaf. Rev. Walter Uhlig of Memphis will preach. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH E. B. Williams, pastor "The Whirlwind," a one-act temperance play, will be presented by the .Young People at the Evening Worship Hour, 7:30 p.m. The cast of characters include the followng: Joe McClure, Margaret Holland. Maxine Reid, and. Billy Browne. You cannot affort to miss this play. Be present and bring your friends. 9:45 a.m. Church School—S. K. Garrett, Superintendent, Be a booster for your class, not a knocker—attend regularly. 10:55 a.m. Morning Worship— Sermon by the Pastor. 6:30 p.m. Intermediate League. League • members note this change in time. 6:45 p.m. Junior and Senior of the church are invited to attend, the Rev. H. Graham, pastor, stated. < r i T / SATURDAY At The Hospitals Walls: Hospital Dean. Barnes, Armorel, admitted. Pearl Henson, Armorel, admitted. Larry Dale Robinson, Manila, dismissed. Biytheville Hospital Charles Wicker, city, admitted. Read Courier News want aoi>. PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Slock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores "were used _on the small ^at ••whicJi'; luiich was served which fol- e : Valentine motif. , Columbus. Co-editors of the marine journal arc Walter Whu.cb.ill, attain dirrclor Pcabody in HARRISON'S AUTO PARTS & GARAGE SERVICE STATION DANCE EVERY SAT. NIGHT Blue Room HOTEL NOBLE General Repairing, Welding Across from Red 1o?> Gin Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM SEE* Ovei Joe Isaacs' Store Phone 540 SUNDAY 11 A.M. T til 10 P.M. Roast Turkey WITH CHESTNUT DRESSING r • j r ned Spring Chicken Regular <l-Counsc Dinner ....... ... .50c Change of Kvery ' PALACE CAFE 'Life With Henry' ivilh Jackie Cooper & Leila Ernest. Also cartoon . <fc serial "Green •'""•• Archer." 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