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BLYTHEVIIiLE, (ARK.) COUKIKR NEWb SA'l'UKUAV, JUNK 27, 103L Calendar For the Rec) WhU<- and Blue '.-. The wom»h'» jrnleslonaiy society :':o< the First Methodist .church, will IMLVC »n lm|»rtMit buiineaB m«l- t'.lnJ!- at o'clock,' at tiie church, ' "«ben the calendar fund will, be •-f collected. . The Guild of the Pilgrim Lutheran church will mjet nt Iho hcrno of Mrs. E., S. 1 Wtldy, .it Klowali, U 2;30 o'clock. ''•/. Mrs. Ray WortlrUiglor: Is. cater:', talulnj Ihc Tuesday Rook club. • The New Tuesday Bridgi! club '.s .mc:ting with Mrs. S»m Manatt. Kit. RiUy B. John Is lioness 1o the New Wednesday Bri.vie :lub. • The Matinee Contrtul club !s mectfnj with Mrs. Francis Car~. puller. .'• Mrs. Clio Kcalititzky is ha'vns Iho Thursday Luncheon club. FrkUy -• Thy : auxiliary of the American Legion will mttt at the Woman's club with Mn. 0. E. Crtmr wid \ Mrs. Jkrnard. Oooch M'tiMteta. •'. . Bilnrttay- • " • There *IU:W> jtory hour. at the Sly thevjll*'' library lor chlWrtn . of all M*». •'-.'••' : GlTts Go* r Louis luacs complimented his cousin,' faurdock Mendelsohn, 'of ; Nashville,''Te'rih.-, with a-golf party Thursday evening termed a "North Pole", party, which was attended :by 30 guests Including;a number; ot ;-out of'town 'guests., :.. Tti'e^'Invitations 1 , were hi; keeping ; with .'the "keep 1 -."cool"' Idea -used. throughout the'evening. The party met at the Isaacs home end from there went to the m)nl«ture> golf course on Walnut j.tr«tt'-where this ..pastime w«j enjoyed for (several hours. .' .-'•'"'• • A golf .bill .went' lo Charles Jo.' ceph for- making, a "hoje, In 'one'," HarrCd Sternberg'•'• won • a silver match ; bb)t for Ihe men's low score - : 'arid.Miss Fred>'.Nkhols', of Osc«- . ol»,'. received"a{ purse tor Ihe ladles' low score. The', "booby" pri« wont , to-Uisa Ruth Cp)dberg, of Osceolai who .was -presented .a. handkerchief: " Cold drpakt,, frozen , Slickers and candles refreshed,th; golfers. ... • IncludedMh':i|iose "present from .-. out,of the cli|; bjsldej the guest.bf •-, honor, were: .Mitchell - Drexler of Wynne, B«ii Burin jer. of Mini phis, -;Benni« Rotsn-o'f ;ciarlcs(lale; Ml'ii.-, Mlssei Dojlle Kahtor.ana Ofrtrude - EEnwtsin. of jStMti," ^Mo.. Maurice - .Hubeiutein;-.-Ml«Ms;--Eya. B'arkawlU •nrl Aaollo'Feiruleln.and.Phil'Fein- :• berg,; ofPorJaie'yUle, Mo.,'Mjiurios • Franltel of New' Madrid,'" Mlisss ; -.. Hamate ; WelnbJrg,- H^th Goldbe'rg. Freda ;Nicho)s.^aiid.Bcjmle Nichols. Sits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. O»lcs- by, of Fort Smith, have gom Ontario, Canada, to =WKKKLY SUNDAY SClfOOI, l.KSSON Jesus, the World's Savior PENTECOSTAL CIIDKCH OF IH4 Weil Main HI, The International Uniform Sim John B. Huffman, Pastor I day Scliuci Usson for June 2H. Eldar John B, Huffman, Chair- •'"us, the World's Savior; Suffrr- man of Ihc Pentecostal Church of '"* al) d Sovereijnly. Golden Text: C!cd, who lives at Sikcslon. Mo,. J'l'n 3:10. and who owned and published "The Sllvston Herald" and "Ssoll County Democrat' In Ihc Missouri town for 20 years, •announces thai he will preach at the above West Main ntrect church ne:it Sunday end Monday night, and perhaps will ccrmroncc a revival soon. MV WM. K. (ill.KOV, 1). ». Editor of The Congregational!*! Tilt 1 review of the quuilcr's les- ! sons Is placed under a noble title | and n significant subtitle. Jn con- ; national meeting of Mr. Og'csby'i fiaUrnlty after (i visit with Mrs. Ogletby's parent!, Mr. and M«. Clyde Roblmon. Before he." u- ttnt marriage al the unlvcr.-.i.-.y cf Arkansas where both wtr; stu- d'.nts, Mrs. Oglcsby was Mljs Miry Elizabeth lioblnsoii of this city. After Ihc convention they will visit other points In the north and cast before returning home. Mrs. Bonner Swarm, Mrs. Bo'.iy Houston-a nd Mrs. M. T. We ems, of Memphis, vlsllcd relatives nun •' The general public Is Invited to 11 attend Hie i „,, 6crv | ces Comc nm i hring the ovoreignty. Jesus is unions thusu; the world's savior we aro' brought immediately Into (he si:b- • lime association of .suffering and I children with you. Elder Huffman announces that he will preach for n period of nlghla on "Try; Second Coming of Chrlsl" and "Signs of the Times." He will preach al this church every month hereafter. Kvery night services will be announced later. I'll.GKIM I.UTHKKAN CHURCH II. 3. KlelndiciK!, Pastor Sunday schcol nnd Bibb hour, 0:15 A. M. irlends here yesterday. Divine worship, 10 A. M. Sr-r- Mrs. H. L. Lamb nnJ son, of mcn tubjccli "Judging Ouipro" St. Louis, who have been visit-• =ei vices are held at the Eplsrc ing Mrs. Lamb's sister, Mrs. John p n | church. Foster, has gone to Caruthers-1 vllle for a visit before returning FIRST METHODIST CHURCil home. Ollle Foster, who has been Hv- Mtln a-ad Seventh Strttts P. Q. Rorit, Pastor Ing In Los Angeles, returned to- worship and sermon, 11 A. M. day to make his home hove. Mn an d 3 p. arrive later In the Foster will summer. C. G. Redman, Jr., five months old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Q. Redman whose collar bone wAs broken several days ago when he fell ort of Iris bed, Is improving dally. The Rev. and Mrs H. .J. KUIn- dlenst and daughter, who have In SI. Louis two weeks while the Rev. Mr. Klelndicnst altcndeJ the conference of the Lutheran church, will return home today. Mrs. Lowell Qrecr nnd Miss Ldr- Ine Slubblcfleld. of Slkeslon, spenl vesterday with Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hires. Mrs. Tom P. Jackson, who un- derxvent an operation at the Memphis Baptlsl hospital several weeks ago Is now able to be up. Mrs. J. T. Collins, who is teri-'p cusly ill al the Memphis Baptist hospital, Is slightly improved today. Mr. and Mrs. J. I.. Gooch, of Morning service broadcast over KLCN. The last service In the church at the evening hour will bo held Sunday. • Unlo;r : .service during months ol July and August. Th? Great Promises J the Bible, subject at the evening hour: Music at morning service. • Anthem—"King of Kings My Shepherd Is" by choir. Solo—"Th4 Lord Is My Light", Mrs. Robert. S. Smart. Music at evening service. Anthsni—"ocek Ye the Lord" C. G. Hfdman and choir. Sole—"My Task". George Lnngc Sunday school, 0:45 A. M. Junior, • Hy and Senior Leagues at 1 P. M. Prayer meeting. Wednesday. 7.-1' . Huntsvlllc. Ala., are guests of Mr. Gooch's sister, Mrs. M. A. Isaacs, and family, for several days. Choir lehcnrsal, Wcdnesdny, <i:'IO P. M. who stooped to conquer, and th? I lory of his triumph nnd of Ills : lower to redeem and bless man- 1 kind came along the way that hu- j manity Itself has to tread— the ' way of sorrow— leading in his case ! o ll:.i very climax of Miffcrlns In • he cross. I The full range of the quailer's cssons can be had only by ink- ng Into account the lessons of the ircreitlng quaitcr in v:tnch we lav.? followed tl'.a cotir.se of Jesus from his childhood through the ' •lays of preparation to the attain- ' Ing of that popularity which so • speedily changed to hi. 1 ; rejection.; In the lessons of this qirarlcv I empliasls is laid upon the CS:?M- I tlal teachings of Jesus. In the • first lesson under the parable of ! those who chcse prominent places j at feast to which they were Invited, Jesus teaches the lessor. ' of humility, and with the came' lesson was associated the deep aspect of this in OM rc-cigtiitlon of the little child. The arrogant and! proud are sure to undervalue lit- ; C!<xl so Colilcn Text: 3clm 3:18 loved the vor!cl, that he gaK? hi our suiciios. li is c! H'.lle val- lo spend tin-? studying Ihc tie children, so lhat the lesson of j that whosoever tolic-voth on him humility was pro[>erly enforced in! eternal life. Ihe blessing of the little ones. I Jesus Triumphs gard Hie weak, or to te scornful: all Our lessons have then proved- or Indifferent to wli.it we may re-'. ue ed through U-? parable ol thcjgard as their weaknesses or IJKlr Scriptures" imloss the stiuly really prodigal son, the story ol the rich 1 narrow prejudices, Paul rcprcv | illumines our minds, warm: our sent.s as not being the Christian hearts, and stienr,t!u-r.s onv tuuls. way of humility and kindness. The GcsriOs Sell of l!ie in-b: :alb- Eo v:e come in Ihe conclusion ol i ing of the Ephil ol God in the of Zacchaeus. and the parable of. the quarter's studies to the real I souls of nic-ii.' Tills !•: tin.- iviil in- the pounds to Ihc triumphal entry | sovereignty of Jesus over the souls ( ;-pii;itio:i. As it moved n:cn lo of Jesus into Jerusalem and Ihe j of ir.cn. II is nothing [o reclaim .right words of tnnh. y, H moved prcparaticn for the end. Front j hlni ;is King unless \vc have made i Christ to eon-.c to earth n::d giv.; this we have teon plunged in slid--him !he ruler in our own lives. Tt ] us his teachings, ar.d >vs c-xsinplc, den contrast in the study of the is ncthing to believe in his Re.-:»r- . so it moves men lo cbcy- tlieso sufferings of Geihsemano and Cal-1 rcction nnd Ascension unless he is j (eachine;. n:i;i ID find ::i him that man am! Lazarus, the parable of the Pharisee and the publican at prayer, the story of the conversion vnry. with the closing lessons of • given the liijhcst pi-.ii;-.' in al! lhat the quarter emphasi/ing tri- \ve think and say and do. To live Ihe in the spirit of Jesus is the in strength to salvation. T1-; sjlory which we call of Christianity h that. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner Walnut and Eighth Streets Alfitcl S. Harwell, Pastor r rhc pastor sp?aks at 11 a. m. on *" " ...... j> *•" ui - ¥ ---- ".-j— . c pasor sp?as a a. m. on Mrs. D. H. Blackwocd, of Little -Christianity A Man's Religion." . Rock, is vlslling her sister. Mrs. Ouy Welhberi, ' ar.d cash'ln'on. Its; chic'value. j the goods 'itsett .• (or :• a decorative ..' Of, course' you start', with a white effect. The stripes of .the weave go !roclc, or FI white oiw touched'up [this way and that," with the squnr? with either red or blue. Then you ' neck" outlined -in-pointed scallops can add the other cblov/ih acccs-.iand tlio front of the blouse fliush- , of OK«U;pe«iiv-ind.'lx>ule'.Weii}- : berg 'of - Letcjiville, and 'Miss Haii- . nah .Wefnberg,;o{ 'Wlljioh. ' ' 'The host ^ was -.8^1.1 led In cntcr- tairiihg his giiests .by Missu Oe'roi- dlnc Rlchardsorna'ria Paullnp. Praw- •• lit. : '' •' -'•'•;;-:"• ':.'•' '' •• •'•' . Mialc dill) met , ye«- terday »lt«nioon at' : the' home of Earl 'Snrd«r ' for. a. program : Schubert:.. •' ' .. .. . fn the busUiiss. session Maybslle , Snydtrj.vlce ,p>eldtnt,' presl'deti:' It . WM ahouitctd 'thai .'contest* «lil be . : .- held, during" the- suMmer with • the . ir.ipbers nlvlnt:- r th« .best rendition ;-. of :the,, piano solo: ''Serenade," ',bj . - Schubert, and 'th>:best for the vlb- • •'-. ^^ ", n ; : . Motion --"OoIgeVr Rod" rc- ,•>;- wiving prizes.- <Tlv! :s«lectlo.ns will .. be practiced during the' next .two -.months and ;iiyed.. early In-Scp- -- .tember. EyercU s .McDowell 'will 11 sory touches and there you are. :Vpf cnly patriotic.' but. a' 100 per com fashionable 'American. . Sonic bf the new urnlli.' bathing suite will, stand polka • dotted red and 'white beach sanduls an umbrella and a polki dotted blue and whits.jacket or coat. , : ;Or you msy bo better off, so fur if chic is concerned, If .you merely ><Jd a'-leather belt half red, halt bju*. Or'you may go very flamboyant-In your-color, sch'eme and ii»c a' coat ol solid color such as red, and your hat and ihoes blue. .'Two very smart patriotic cos- tltiies, sliown. here, start life as cd in similar nuunier. Same ScliiiV-nit ,ln ' Hat • Both blije -nrid-i'whlte,'and red arid white llnoh n'dd'th'eir touches, At g p m on . umph of the Resurrection and living presence of Jesus. i expression of belief in him, ai:tl it! ils salvation is not limited. It is All this has led up to.applica- | is thnt alone thst makes us worthy . Rr all \vho will ;-cc?i.-e it. It is lion of the spirit of the whole Uo be called by the name "Chris-j this that makes the study cf the j Bibic so importr.nl—the wnyiar- The Itcal Inspiration ; ing man m?.y find theie the way io This is tile aim and purpose of i God. leaching of Christianity in rcla- ttan." ion to problems of conduct. To cause others to stumble, to disre-1 and Rcap . Ing." Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., W. Mullins, Supt. U. B. Y. P. at 6:45 p. in. Miss Luna Wilheliv., Directress. , Deacons meeting Monday W. J. Wunderlich attended a bridge ll!ng al 8 O . c!cck Tnts s ., party al WUson ycslerday given, llnl , ortfint mcct | ng . Ev , 3I . y deacon by Mri. II. C. Davidson. L , ,, r( , cd , 0 ^ prcsent ucvoiional vcry Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Padclison and dniiBhler, Ruth, are icaving lo j morrow fov Mt. Airy. N. C., where they will visit Mr. Paddlson's relatives. J. Nick Thomas jr., of Memphis, the former'for.the-holt, the Utter'I Is vt . slll "S hls Paints here. for the s«arf.', The'hat; If .one is .Miss Thclmti Worlhlnglon lui as worn, should be-white,-banded In both kinds of•• polka-dotted linen. .Tlw- second , outfit flat crepe with bands of blu> nnd red outlining the round neck, short sleeves, the belt and a.simulated bolero on the waist.. Smart looking, and ..tailored. H waves Its colors In quite original mam:?r and chalks up for itself a reputation for indlvldunl- . . ... JFor,'the program -Mrs. T. H.-Be- lotc and Mr. McDowsll- discussed the life- of Sthubert .and other members Km«ercd .roll call with lac is of his :. life. -Mayr^lc Sny- dcr snd Earl Snyder played the piano, duel ."Military March" and (tic -.violin -number- ' ."Qlondale Walta" was g'inen • b>. Bonnie Je'*n Buchan«n. Wer.; Belote rendered .the plnno ' number' . "Just A Bunch cf Flowers". 'and the read- Ins |'T Heart. ODtsta'nt Violin" was Eiveji by : E«tra Livingston. ; Amy Rutli Morals WM-. winner of a musical contest.- •• , • ..Mis/.T. H v Belote will entertain ' .. the .group 'nextVwcek: when program wlll.bc/.dn. Mptart. " the peildoiis" 'Served.' .. • n'rfeshmcnts wore Ypung People Conference held re- c,;nlly at-Petit Jean «111 glVc.'Rn. account of .v the cpnfcrcnce with eich ' represenlativo .taking one! Evnlyn and Charlyc Scoti nnd of.-Iho actlrttles. TKo dele- [ thblr house guests, Misses Mulbclle -'were:'Mlsr.is .MargRret Keck, -• - • • --• -• Mabel Simon, Louise 'Dobyhs, Lots Kdopcr and Jeanne Harrison and Marsh M. Caltaway jr., and'John McDowell. •'.'-. Luxora Society—Personal H»5 Wrlhif Par IT ' -;Mls> Irbr.-;'tHiwso'n. daughter 'ol Mr. and :Mrs;LNIck'piwsop, celc b.rat€^ her-llth;t>lrthday last, eve; ; nlng Bt" her home on Vine street: . AiricnR:..thc « gucsls pro'ant was . Mt»s Bobby Rhodes; bf Flint, Mich. 'Games on"thc.'lyfli-'entertained th* gufsts for several hours. Ah r;freshed: them: iilrs. I. R. Johnson of Blythc- vllip was the gtibst of her sister, Mrs. L. N; McDcarmon und Mr. McWarmon. Thursday. • Mr. and Mrs. Charles McUjn- icls spent Sunday In Blylhcvlll? as .Ihc gi::sls of Mr. nud Mrs. dptncer. Miss Jlnc Hollipetcr ot Blythe- I'ille is .visiting in Luxora this week. : .'William Grtary. nnd Richard pcveric (vrs \lslttng in Paris. Tenn., his..." f. eck- Louise. Matthews entertained a lumber of.Ittlle folks at her home Thuisday- afternoon., parties ..were played - after, whldi relrcshincnts t-crc iervcd'to th* 1 follawlnj'guesls: Joe Anna Miller, Jc-sophlhJ and CNh.lfct .:-o; ; llo«o pV HujMes •e . the Th'ursday Luncheon • ebb -*ltri •' 'morning- party -Thursd ay. follow. rt-'»iW> a'ciie p;cl»c)t. ; ]irnen:o:i...' : . - : in liie bbriiniit brld%e i'anies Mr.i , C.',' W! Afflick; *6Ti, ' ; .- ';.The: dtUctous-- t*e , |W; wasi'Krnd'«i.iBde;u'Mc decoratci) ( %'•'--. itith pretty spr>Ti'oi,'slimmer n6w ; ,R T e B- In ' •-'*»' ;• Ttii : CbrtaUM r '- Udtkrar • society ' o{. tb»'-hrjt,Pr*il)yi«Ti»u' churcl her guest Miss Frances Coc ir<>.n of Paducali, Ky. Mrs. N. B. Mcnard and Mr; Chnrles Wyllc are in Memphis today where Ihcy met Mrs. Wyllc s mother, of Arkndelphia. who will visit her daughter here. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. D. Ezel! and daughter, Betty, of Pine niuiT, spent Wednesday night with Mi. and Mrs. J. E. Critz. They iver: enroute to Madison, WIs. The Rev. Alfred S. Harwell, pas- 'vcre uiicsts ot Mr. and | [or of l)lc Flrst Baptist church spend Monday and Ttie.-dny n L!«l(< Rock attending a mcet- n? of the Arkansas Slate Bnpthts association of ministers. Miss Carrol McKenzlc has left or her home in Dallas, Texas, nf- hrr and Mrs. R. J. Potts, 'Sunday. Misses Anna Margaret Wood, Blakely and Zelma Grc:n of Sprirkmiin. Ark., nttcndcd a Omens party given at Caruthcrsvillo Tuesday E\'ening by Miss Clco Long. Miss Dolly Goswick is visiting relatives In Memphis this week. Mrs. S B. Terry returned Sunday from Memphis where sh; has been visiting relatives and friends ' for the past week.' Howard. -Vivian Lynch . spent Wednesday hi Blylhcville. Mipsrs. John nnrt James L. Oarncr of Cnvinglon, Tenn.. we-:: Ihc . gucils of .Ihsir, sister, Mis. Frank Lewis. Wedncsdny. Mrs. Charles McD'snijls lainrd ihi- members of the Metlu)- dtst MtaicmarJ- -sotlcty .Tuesd.iy aftcrnoori.'. An ,' Interesting stutly India Looks 'Intd. the -Fuliirf"--'ivas led bylMrs. ,V'E. RUsli aiul Mrs Harry .\Yorslcy. At. the clpsc of the, meeting (InlnCy refreshmrais were srrvcrt by "the hostess. • FIXES' OWN- SENTENCE • • POKTERVIUJE, Calif. (UP)— The nnxisty of a '" prisoner lo leave '"loivn splycd- wl:al promised to be 'an embwrasilng slUiatloi h'ere. Cl»ia tirjeh'was arrested during a llfiubr raid. 1 nrxl thru the of- ith Tiirrier,- ptrothy . Shanks, (quarters for women'. They hurried irothy^Wocdsm and Myrtle Me- (ier.heiore Justice-DeWUt si an r'!" "light court. The wemftn pleaded "to • b« given a 'lloaljr." which was granlcd. :vilyn Shlblcy', June Richards, | fleers remembered they hud no Jal l^uth' -"" " ---••- — -• - - • • — Don Mr. and'Xtrsr Ed Owen accompanied .thblr young . son ' lo Ihc Baptlsl hoi|iltAl'il jdcmplils. Tucs^ day, where .ho will .rccclre trcaj- men't.- •'; . -••'.' .!. • ,-Misses .Rosa ; Lo'u arid E\a Cookc spent Sunday In, Mjmphls. .Mr..' and Mrs. B. W:, .Thwcal spent. Tuesday In Memphis.'. Mr- and Mrs. ; R. ~ ~ " ar.d business meeting Wednesday at 3 p. in. . s This K the laol Sunday in the month, and finishes the first half of the year. The Interest on .our sends Is clue Wednesday, July 1st, tidn must be paid on that date. Let every mcmt?r pay his, or her pledge in full to dale. tures," by Mary Bnker Eddy, one | Imc returned from Dstroit, Mich, Uh; secret in making ihcin with 'el-1 fresh fruit lies In heatir.3 the-.su- gr.r trfon adding it to th; fruit. of which rends, "Christ, as the spiritual or tine idea of God, conies now as of old, preaching the gospel to the poor, healing th? j where they rave bcc'.i \L-nnr.: stives. Mr. and Mr» Cljdc Xtiicriell o! Lcuis are ih? ( oL:\v'.s cf Mrs. sick, and casting out evils" tpagc I M. C. Mitchell this v.o?'/. 341). I Mn. T. H. Cendit, ii^sjj Ine Condlt, Allie Holt .-.:;:! Uc-Wcese have jrone to . ; . Mo, \vh;rj Insy viil "nicy uc-cks spending tsvo weeks with innl, Mrs Marcus Evrard. , .'amlly. She was accompanied home by Miss Martha Jones and her brother, C. V. Jones, of Dallas, who FIRST 1'KESIiYTERIAN Marsh M. Call.iway. Minister : Sabbath School, 9:45 a. in. Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. Sermon by the pastor. Mrs. Raymond Fowler will give a solo at this service. The Chrislian Endeavor Society will have charge of . the evening worship at eight o'clock. The delegates will give n report of th? Scn- Icr Conference which they atlcnd- cd at Petit Jean Mountain last week. .-ill IK a church night program on Wednesday night a^ eight o'clock in the Sunday ! School room. The Beta Chi Sunday School class will have charge of ihls program. A devotional ami social time will be enjoyed. ASSEMHI.V OF GOD CHL'iiCli Sculh Lilly Street It- A. Work, I'aslor Sunday school, 9:45 A. M., N. W.j Tranlhnm, superintendt-nt. j Morning worship, 11 o'clock. I Christ Ambassadors. 2:30 P. M. I Evening Praise and E?nnon, G j o'clock. E'rayer meeting. Monday mo:-n- ig al the pastor's home. Choir practice Tuesday niaht. Prayer meeting Friday nielli Mr: up lor her. . X. W. Flannlgan has MINUS AI.COHOI. AND FINE : -.'UPl-Mex- Mrs.' guests .1 J. S. Hatn.eld . Mr. and. aiiiler Briibsllclt.' pharmacist, lint! a pcrrntt lo scll,alcqllol.-He alsa had a quart or Illegal 'alcohol, inloncls:! for use. in niakIng punch lor his - ---—•*•-•-- -'-'-"'- •*-*•—' n?cll | S urncd to lisr home in P.tragould «ftcr a two v.ccks stay with licr slsler, Mrs. Marcus Evrard, and family. The condition of Mrs. C. J F.vrnrd, who Is quite ill. is unchanged loday. U. Fred Taylnr. ot Osccda, al- tenti^d lo business here I'.xkiy. . Annie Liniric Kvans. Uovls McGhcc. Othus Bracken and Marir Leggctl have rclurned from a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs Hurry Brown .it their country homo near Holland. Mo. Mr.-.. Edgar Crouch spent yesterday in Memphis. W. C Lcggctt went lo Mcinphi yesterday lo accompany his fa- ! (her. C. A. Lcggclt. who rMurned to his homo in Oxford. Miss, after a visit here. He also met his son and daughter. Billy and Minnie Lee. who lud been visiting at Oxford. Mrs. W. M- McFarlnnd and daughter have gene to lllmo. Mo., today to accompany the Rev. E. Z. Ncvfom and daughter hmnc. The Rev. E. Z. Ncwsom has 'oecn conducting an evangelistic nie*l- In? at the Secrtnd Baptist church for thu past, two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Lille Hubharrt. MI'M Margaret Mllr.er and J. p. Holland, their son. will leave in- niorrow for several days slay m Hcpkinsvllle. Ky. CHURCH OF THE XA/AHENE Scv. J. H. Hull, 1'astnr Sundny school. 9:45 A. M. Eliot Cobb, superintendent. Morning service, 11 A. M. N. Y. P. S., 7 P- M.. Evening service. 3 P. M. The Rov. J. E. Smith of Coik- villc. Tenn, will be with u* in a four \vc?ks revival bcginnins Monday night, June 29th. arc Installing celling fans anil four We Iwo wall LAKE STREET MKTHOIMST CllUlttll VI. .1. l.clioy, I'aslor Sunday school. 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 10:50 a. m. and closing nt 11:15 a. in. The subject for Ihe bri?f .sermon will "Do Men Realize That God Is Good?' 1 Hl-Le,igne, 7 p. m. Senior league, 1:30 p. m. Church, 8 p. m. Closing al 8:45 p. in. Bring your visitors and friends lo these short services. ritrawterry Sauce C:;e quart berries, 2-y cup sran- j tiiated snacir. Faul- j Wash rind hull berries. ' Crush .^J-ny: \vith a potato masher nnd add su- ;.:.'.:!-, I g^v ivinch has hce;i heat::! In r. L - l v -'°iccc.l cv:n. This makes tile sugar jdisro'ive quickly and th; fruit re- [ii.'ir.'-, its freslA flavor. | AH small fruits can be. treated f j this wny. ! Pincnppb janco i= mad: by add' in^ 1 t-.vo cr Ihr3« lablespcon ~, .sinar |lr cne cup pineapple juice- dvainccl • lro:n canneci crushed rin--ii^plc- 'jurc'- and cooking the juice until 'jn-hiccd one-half. Add Ihr citishc:! fruit and let stand until cool bc- fcrc serving. TOMonncnvs HV SISTI:R ai.utv i BREAKFAST—Grape fruit juice, Probably ti'.cre !s no desscn jcorral, cre:'.:n. crhp ovin toast, ipjii:. cotl'ec. LUfCCHEON—Tcmato cvof|iiettCo, mciic nniver^aily popular tl-.an; ice cr.niii in sor.'.e lor tn-jr oth:r. j Since mr.:v nictV.ers prefer a plain ! vhcle vciicat ro!!s. stn-vwirlss with vamllu iv.";'.;i-. .'ur miio.ren i" au l! -"':= r " 11(1 cr;?.:n. nvj!afscs coa!:- a^ a ',-• ?• milk. tea. n variety of sa 'r Hir- CHURCH OF GOD W. A. FoshT, 1'astnr Sunday schcol, 9:M a. m. |-»m Rylee, snpt. Church, It n. m. Church, 1:45 p. in. Services each Thursday evening at 7:45 p. m. The public is cordially invited. . . . . . Fitzgerald, Of Huftnian. • Ark. ' . Wm. Obrien of Memphis was the gilest ol'.. Mr.'- and ,;>trs..'C.. B. Fisher and daiigh- Buckley ot Bly- noVpefnfilt .lo^sell "nlcahol. nnd Is -.By.injeclln'gia,certain serum m- lo'eggs. Various colored chickens have bten produced. M' .FllMlmmcn.-. thnl bililgc inspector for the spending Ihc weekend at We hope tn make the house ccm- torlabb for you. Everyone Is cordially InviUil to nllcncl Iliesc services. F1HST CHRISTIAN CIKMICH K. K. lalimrr. Minister Church school. 0:45 A. M. Holy Communion and scrm-m. 11 A. M. Sermon subject: "O:ir Task". Christian Endeavor socteti-,5. '< Hayli Society—Personal Evtnina Praise and sermon. S o'clock evening This will he the I.T-1 service itr the stininicr al the First Methodist. First Prv>- hylerian and First Christian cl'ur- chcs arr unltint: for evening sr:'- vices to Ix; held 0:1 the lawn ol thr First Methodist church. A cordial wclcom: awalls you. CHRISTIAN SCIKXCF, CIHiltCH "Chrislian Science" Is tho subject of the Lesson -Sermon lo be Mr.;. Arnold Tucker wa^ hnste::; to Ihe Senior Sunday school class VLiniilu ice c:-cani lor tf:e sjrosvn-np nKinbers of th:? lauiiiy. ; : .nc:;-.ei' v:ay lo vary an ic crcrur. JILI.I t.;-.K r .' d:::^srt rj to ;>:r<e il sar.ii\;icli lysliicn. putting ::c [•ream oetwcen and on ion of L-.vo thin slices of sponje c::!;e. C-,i[) cnkis can be hollowed out :u-,^ !:ii- cd with ice cr:;mi and ;. sauc" I»ourc'.i ovLi- the- wh-j;e Ci'e.uu iwil cr cci.iir shclis c;in be filiod wiih ice cream nnd covei-d v.illi ;. i-aucr. Sauce is also poLircd over the ice ti'cam Minctwk-h. C.uanicl sance is rich but d:ii- Icioiij. It ketps well in cold i,...c.:- ; uiMi car. be Ml;cii?d when wanted. , nllv ^rcctioiK | Lnisuntl .S.IULC I Cr.o c'.n.i iight brown sus,;r. !-a . e::n v^'-nuiatcd s:isar, 4 i.ibic- j ^3:(Ki:::, corn syrup. lf,v grains ^a^., : ccji heavy c;-vaui. Cock EUSJ.I:-, (.cm yrnp and ssit IHSNF.R—Vc-srlablc p'.alr 01 lim- IJF.'.C cf broccoli. i;iiltcrcd leeks on tca^t, baked Jcr-is.ilcm arlichokcs. ^! green beans and cr.rrots in cr:am, ^ea;n sand'A'icJu's wilh c.u'amel e. mirk, cotTce. TclfSCdpc Stand Xcarly Iliiic LYNN, Mass. (UP)—Neari:i = - completion at Iho River Works plant o! l!:o OriiDrnl Electric coT.pan.v here is a hu;c telescope plilfcrin/ to be instaiba .at li:c Harvsvi As- * lrcnom:c:il stallcn at Bioci:!bnt:in, SoiKh Africj. The p'atfcvm, i!:- si^iicd by Jolm French, n General Elccli-ic engineer, will rcv:lvc t'l!. i over a low lire until a urn', bin ph- ot the Christian church Wednesday afternoon at her home. This was a regular business session during which th? following ncwj officci-s were Mrs. Arnold TH Allecn LeSi'ur; 5 Margar:! Rhodes. Dainty refrcs ! i- ments were served by Ilic hastes 1 :. Mrs. Frank Morgr.n was hc-st-.'-s lo Clrrb Dumber 1 o! the Chn;- r ; l:!c b.ill is formed v.'hcn ;i d:o;:, aic tried in caiti isa'.er. If yn:: u.sc a ruLiiuoniel^r it Mitv.:-.! ro;iM?r 2-11 drjrocs F. :-[ir iir.tM U-.e tr.ixturo brjiris lo boil a::ci ;ltcn elected - ptrsideiil.! llie mi>.turo hrsiiis !o boi •iieker: vice-president.' "ok without blirrmr. IS BULLION KUSHELK CAIiliV- OVEK KPOKANE. Was!:. lUl'l—'I;!i- i'.l- cific Northwest's wheat r-ir;vov;r for 1931 win nol e.xccc:! IB.iVKi.OW b::slit'i.s and may be as low 03 15,- OOO.COC bushels, ficcovriiir; la csli- inalcr, made by Chicago niliiisls iK're in CDUfcrence with !j;i^::nnc authorities, hi 10 days mor.- :'ii^;i 1.0IW.OOO liiisl-.cls oJ when v.ai r,cl:l .unmillcd in Ihc Orient, it was :-ai:l. : i 70 tlan church a' her hornc aft:rnonn. After sl-trl business sessinr the ai^d let cool n i:^ riur.- tiles. Th; nnxtuir should b.- :r,,-.,-.. ricpuhllcnn tt:nn Inkcwarb hi:t nut iinbr.-ii-jbiy ; it-,.it 0( j. a:lc i in crram anc! .-:.-rvr. : c'.ectcd. ' yrar.s there has been no vice-prc.sldenl rc:iom- :ionc ever lias I :cn rc- lad'.es (•:»• joyed an afternoon o! qi:ill::;,;. M:r. Wilbur Snllnn cntcr'.a 1 . vd ihc members of thr- Women's Missionary society of the B^ili. 1 -'' cl'iureh with a lemon snc-a'. at her hr.ir.c Thursday aftc;n^:>ii. After a slicrl biislncss .s°.-^.,m 111? Indies rnjnyrri n socia' r.i-.ir rii;r- i.i^ which they wrtr r,\?Ji s^rr- .-en'pn a lemon. Fn; v-ncii :tf<l in Ihrlr lemon Ih:- 'i di.s v-'cie H-qiited lo donal- one rr:i- in tit-. 1 tt.in'.ly an:! enok ovei 1 i nnli'. thick. K iai 1 and the rc:i;:D is excellent- Chcrnialr Sauce Cn^ and one-half cups milk. 3-4 cup r-u^ar. 2 squarrj iii'.ur ehrt-.i- l!itc. 1 tablrspo-!:! rrrnt-tarr!!. :-:i teaspoon salt, 1-2 tca.s]K>or, von:l- la. Cut rhocoiate into s:nail pi-- , . p.nd put in lop of double b^ii:r. J Put* tnrr hoi v.a'.ev ninl nifUed' and ruv In ^i":»i-. miXv-.l .iu:i ..jll'd j wilii coriistaii-h. Be .'lire ill? iv.i.i- itarcfi and .-,i!'^r are perfcc'lv mix- i cd. 5!r>wly .itirl milk. ^tirv:n^ co:i-i il.VI'ERNITy IIOSPITAI,-rc.r nn- forf.inato i;irls; scc;:idrd. jn-ivaln. rates reasonable. For infivmalinn v.;-ice Fairjnouiit Hospital, 4011 East •J'iih. Kansas City, Missouri. Merc than 100,000 read In the Christian Scl^rf r?r- vice Sunday mornhif; at 11 o'clock al Ihc Hole! Noble. The Goldt.i Tc-xl is. "Arise, iinmi. '°.shine: for Ihy light Is come, and |ti.«futy. l.tnirnnih nn^ r:,i:.- u.isjiinl!'. line:-:. tlB glory of the Lord is risen up- :«ivcd by Ihe ho*ic.'- i,itm:tc-:.. When trariv in rc-ie ,i(!d Jon Ihcc" (Isainh 60: 1). [ Samrnic Rldgcw.iy enUit;i:nud •< vanilla and b:al well willi a dov;r Ihe Lcsscn-Sermcn will ,ils<> In-1 number rf the yo«n^c T.iQMtl OI! TABLETS llrlirvr-s a Hcaclnehr or Nrnr.i'ci^ in .".1 minnlrs. checks a Cnlil ' lic (nsl ilnv, and checks JIalari.i in three days. have h.iy-fcver, according to Mrs. elude passage? from Iho Christian (dance at life home Thursday f-vciv W. D. Richardson, of Ifr: Clneago Science texlbook, "Science nnd; In?. [Woman's Ciub. ! Health willi K.:y to the Scrip-; Mrs. T. F. Gillum boater. This tr.uce !; chlldreri. l-':u!l .-luces i-.ot .tco 10 '.-.ell \: Hnu't s'.itTrr HF. ClMll, ()i* OM Tan- M'aliiolc t Pho frurn Heal— I -* 1 1 »r llcp.iir " t;l ^ 1 lud.vic Sliuj) 12 sn

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