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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE TWO .BI,YTH|jyiLjLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Caienckr MONDAY'S' EVENTS Woman's Council!, First Christian Church, meeting- 3t30 o.'clocfc. with Krs» John C K McHineyl_ • .Circla One,, Woman's Society of Christian jaeevfce, ~ First Methodist church, meeting 2:30-o'clock .with Mrs. Roland Green; Circle Two,Mrs. Charles Ciigger, Jr.; Circle Three, Mrs. W. -T. Oberst; Circle Four, Mrs--'El ton, W« Kirby;. circle Five, Mrs. JeaB'fr .Taylor;: Circle Six, Mrs. Ed Ferguson; Ladies' Missionary Council, Assembly of God, meeting; 7:30 o'clock ^ at-parsonages. ! if * Woman's .Auxiliary,. St. Stephens Episcopal Church-, meeting -2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Jesse H. Webb. . .Woman's Society of. Christian Service, L-ake' Street Methodist Church, meting 2:30? o'clock ac church. '•-•'• Woman's Auxiliary,. First Presbyterian church, meeting- 2:30 o'clock at. church. _ '.. V : Woman's. Missionary Union, First Baptist church^ meeting 2:30. o'clock To Wed Sunday v> : /TUESDAY'S EXTENTS . pelpHiaii Fine -Arts group meet- Ing. 9:30 'o'clock, at public library.. Mrs. Raleigh, Sylvester and' Mrs. B. B. Wilson entertaining Past Matrons and Past Patrons., club 7:30 o'clock at Sylvester home. ' 'Miss 1 Elizabeth Ann Wilson and Miss Mary Eunice- Laysou entertaining Double; G. Bridge club with a- party at .Wilson home. Tuesday Afternoon club meeting with- .Mrs.-. Cailton.- Smith, Jr. .''Mrs, Floyd. A. White having Tuesday Bridge- club. Mrs. A. G. Hall entertaining Tuesday, Contract club. " Tuesday Bunco'.club meeting: with Mrs, Geoige Shamlin. • .. " Maple Grove Cemetery Association. meeting 2:30 o'clock, with. Mrs. George, Shamlux Mrs. Max B- Eeid enter taining Tuesday' Club. - , .WEONiiSDAY'S EVENTS ". Sisterhood* of Temple t Israel meeting 7:00"o»'clock; with Mrs. M. Rubenstein in Osceola. " Mrs. Hiram, Wylie entertaining Delia Contract club. Ape " Bridge club meeting with Mrs.' Harold Nunrk. ' Mrs. AJL. A^- Isaacs entertaining Wednesday; Bridge' club- 'JL.S.. CL R. Wroten. having Town and" Country- club. \- THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. 51, O. Usrey entertaining eek Bridge .-club. Mrs. Charles Ali'ord having Thursday- Bridge club. Miss Jane McAdams- entertaining Cee-Que Bridge club. . Thursday Desert club meeting' •wiih Mrs. B. F. Brogdon. Mrs. ,L. G. Nash having Thursday Afternoon club. Mrs. G. W. Afflidc entertaining Thursday Luncheon, club. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. G. E. Keek. Mrs.. Frank Myers having Y.MJB. ciub. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. - Francis ; Jackson entertain* 1 tog C. B. 0-' club. " Friday Concract club meeting with Miss Virginia Nunn. Miss Corlew William Hardesty Mr. an£ Mrs; Q. A. Corfew announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss 'Frances Corlew, ix William Francis Hardesty, son o. Mr, and Mrs.. Arthur 'Hardest?. " The ceremony WBS solemnized Febniary i a t CaruthersviHe b$ Justice of the Peace, John Scott. Mrs. Hardesty attends ttie citv high school. Mr. Hardesty is stationed at Camp Robinson in. Little Bock. Society Meets Members of the Women's Missionary Society of the Pilgrim Tabernacle met at the home o? Bits of New* Mostly Personals ';-&S# ;^^ Miss- Helen Moore,, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Moore of Keiser, is to be married Sunday ':o Van Elliott ol Osceola. Mrs. MyrI Payne Thursday'aft»r noon. Mrs Johnnie Thompson gave the devotional from the third "chapter of Colossians and. read two articles ™? J Go Empty" and "Great Dividends," Prayers were offered &F Mrs. j. L.. Coleman and Jona Cnner. Following the deyoiionai period the women worked on quilt blocks and. maae and .repaired clotaina lor under-privileged. chUdren *• • * * Entertains Club Mrs. C. J. Little 'entertained members of the, C. B. C. club and -Jack Alexander, for a pan* at her home Friday afternoon Red roses in the entertaining room, and ice cream and cakes in t * '.**o infiuenc S es dav ibrary' was dedicated to the late Mrs. C. E. Crigger Sr., because she was one of the founders of the Armorel organization and because of the service which she rendered ;he. community. Yellow flowers were arranged on .ha tea table which was lighted Dy yellow and blue tapers. Presiding over the tea table were Mrs. Howard CalcHvell, Mrs. Harvey Parrish and Mrs. W. O. Anderson. * » 9 Plays With. Club Mrs. W. D. Wood played cards >vith members of the Friday Contract club Friday afternoon when they were entertained at the home of Mrs. J. J. Ewing. Refreshments were served after the games in which Mrs. Jesse M. White was high and Mrs. C. R. Wroten. second high scorer. * • * a Club Has Fish Luncheon Mrs. Cecil Shane was hostess to members of the Mid-Week Bridge club and a guest, Airs. J. H. Elkins, for a fish luncheon at Simpson's Tavern Thursday afternoon. Valentines were used for place- cards and red heart"? were arranged over the table- Following lunch, the group returned to the Conway home, where they played bridge. Mrs. M. O. Usrey was high and Mrs., Elkins also was .-presented a gilt. » * • Club Has Guests When. Mrs. Raymond Schmuck entertained members or the Thursday Bridge club for a party at her home Wednesday night she also had as her guests, Mrs. L-. E. Baker, Mrs.. W. I. Malia and Mrs f. E. Utley.. Valentine tallies and he2rt shaped candies were in keeping with the noliday scheme. A dessert plate with unch was served. Mrs. J. J. Gookston was high and Mrs. Chester Nabers, second nigh scorer among the club members and Mrs. L. E. Baker among the guests. Bridgo award went to Mrs. J. L. Sabers. Has Bunking: Party Mrs. O. Shonyo entertained with a. bunking party at her home Friday night when she. had as her guests, six women who formerly resided ac her home. Dinner was served the eroup at :be dining table decorated in the red and white Valentine scheme. Red and white carnations formed ihe centerpiece while placecard 1 were red hearts. Following dinner, the group play- ad cards and talked. • * » Children Celebrate With Joint Luncheon Josephine. White and Jimmy Uoyri celebrated their birthdays with a joint party at the White home Friday when 12 guests were entertained at a luncheon. Both guests or honor were three years of age. For the csnterpiece ol Josephine's table, a colonial lady was used and for ?ho centerpiece of Jimmy's table, a figure in a too hat and tuxedo. A three course luncheon was served. Balloons floated about the din- .ng room, other decora tion.s were the placecards of red hearts tied •vith silver. Games werp plaved after lunch. Mrs. Eulice White, assisted by Mrs. Sam Lloyd, served the children and directed (heir games. Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Leon Odley and daughters; Slame Biythe and Harriett;- Ann,, and! Miss' Helen Jordan of Renovo, Pa., arrived Tuesday-Co visit Mrs. Odley's parents,. Mr., and' Mrs; Virgil Greene. Dr. Odley left Immediately for Camp Shelby, Miss.,, where lie has been called for active duty in the l/nited States Medical Division. Dr. Odley has been practicing- 'for the past eight years, in. Renovo. 'Mrs. Odley and the children and Miss Jordan will leave for Hattiss- burjj,, in about ton days. Mr. and Mrs. W. E'. Hood, of Eupora. Miss.., and: Mr., and'' Mrs. Lester Bowen; of Bruce, Miss,, arc weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert N. Lamb and family. Wanda; Pisher, of Memphis, came Friday to spend : the week end here with Margaret Holland. She will return Monday. Mrs. Lee Freeman, who has been the houseguest of her cousin", Mrs. Carl Anderson, and Mr. Anderson of Memphis has returned here' to her home. She was motored home by her mother,. Mi's. Bertha Jarretf, Pickett, and Mrs. Sallie Kimes. Miss Emma Kate- Richards returned home .today from Memphis Baptist hospital where she underwent observation. Mr. and Mrs. J. Paris McCalla have returned, from Memphis where they spent two days. They attended the performance of Clifton Webb in "The Mau Who- Cume to Dinner" at Ellis auditorium Wednesday. Mrs. I. Rosenthal. who is recovering from pneumonia, was taken to Blytheville hospital' Friday night for treatment. She will be removed ro her home in twoi davs. Luxora Society—Personal Sunday School Enlistment Revival, Is To Begin Sunday Morning . The Sunday School Enlistment Revival of the First Baptist churclr will begin at the Bible school Hour,, 9 ; :30 a.m., Sunday morning and classes- for the entire school will be. conducted each night: through"'. Friday; • ; - Nat'H. Brittain,. educational director of the'church',.-will- be. irk charge' of. the; week's woric. - At; 7:13 p.m., classes will convene; The Rev, L. r. Lipford, of Earle, will be instructor of the class, on: "Sunday School Officers and Their Work" for general and department officers; ''The Organized; Class" for all' class- officers will, be a special course offered by Mrs. Brittain. The.'Rev. R, Crowder will be. ih; charge of the class for teachers, "The School In Which We: Teach."' General Church class, "True Functions of the Sunday School," which is for all of the general church membership- will be taught by the Rev. Alfred Carpenter. At; 7:59,, the. group will assemble for. inspirational period.. They will return to fcheir. classes at 8:29: before adjourning at 9:14 o'clock.. CHURCH NEWS CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE First and Sycamore Streets Fletcher Spruce, Pastor Sunday School . Rally, 9:45, a.m Special singing in , opening exercises by the Fraternity Four Quartet. : The entire morning program will be unified;, to permit an early dismissal. "The Return ot the; Bride- grcom" sermon by Evangelist Knlp- pers, 10:45 a.m. Radio program, KLCN Sunday aftcrncon. 3:15. o'clock. N. Y. P. S 1 . program,. 6:45. p.m. •Three Ways to Commit the ; Unpardonable. Sin,!" closing sermon cf the revival 1 meeting-,, by Evan.- gelist Knippers. ;- Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m Prayer and Fasting, Thursday 1:00 p.m. : W. M. S. meeting, Thursday, 2 'p.m. . - ; Y. W. M. S. meeting Thursday. 7:30 p.m. Cottage prayer meeting,, Fridaj 7:30 p.m. You are invited to be with us. in : these special and regular services PILGRIM TABERNACLE 110 Cherry Street Mrs; O. W. Doss; pastor • f 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. :. 11:00: a.m. Worship/, service.: Ser- imon topic, "Holiness— How to- Get It." • , 7:30 p.m.. Evangelistic service. Sermon topic,, "The Deserter- iDemas." 1 . • 7:30 Wednesday, mid-week prayer service. Everyone .is invited' to attend- : these sen-ices. "They say we're 'friendly.'" Carutliersville Society—Personal members and Group -' Day Program " Aonorel Parent Teacher a.^ocia- tion .observed the .fo^din R of Na- ^onal Congress ot Parents and Teachers at the meebn* '£nVaa? an«ruoon at the school * . Hanrv W. .Hahies. . . association, of Our on .the "program. >as and R E - ^ . Vender* .day Group Attends Supper Seventy fi v e friends o£ the Church attended the "brin«-a- pish' supper given Thursdav night' m the Chrtsflon Kali. " J. W. shouse Sr. was iu chargc of the program. Betty Adams gave a reading on - H0 w Fl appcr , Arc Ann Warth played an , corrtwn solo: and Gcor?e w p N terson. pastor, talked on -ResponsU biuty. of «ic Chrirch Momba- -After stropnr. the group pia\ed games. Russell Bar ham .was" in charge of the recreation John c. McHaney. Mrs Geun ? and Mrs. Gordon were in charge of arrangements for the affair - in t**^:^.,^™™ ™™****** or •«*. When Mrs. Russell Bowen- , tained the NTC r bridge, club at her home Wednesday afternoon; she •also had as her guests, Mrs. Ray- ;mond Cartwright,. Mrs. Dwight H. Blackwood, and Mrs. B.. C. Bryan, oi Osceola, and Mrs. Thomas Dale Wilkins and Mrs. JReuel Butler. Among, the club rnemoers, prizes went to Mrs: Elizabeth Siiiman for high and Mrs. Roy Ware, consola- lion. High score guest prize went co Mrs. .Butler,, ami Mrs. Wllkms received, consolation. A salad refreshment plate was served at the conclusion of the games. Fideiis Class Party Concluding a series of parties thisr. week by Mrs. John Thweatt was the party Thursday night for members of the Fideiis-' cla^s of the Baptist Sunday school, of which Mrs. Thweatt is. teacher. Mrs. Thweatt used very effectively ihe Valentine motif in the decorations of the rooms thrown; open to the guests, and further accented in the refreshment plate served at che end of the evening's games, with the game of "Hearts" affording the highlight of the entertainment. Attend Club Tarty Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hires, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bowen attended their Osceola- Luxora-Blythevillc Dinner bridge Jub Tuesday night at the home dl Judge and Mrs. S. L. Gladish, of Osceola. Mrs. - Hires placed high for the ladies' club prize, ' G. C. Driver, of Memphis, arrived Tuesday afternoon for a visit with his mother. MJ <S . Grover C. Driver Sr. r for several days. Mrs. W. H. Lucas has returned home after a two and a half months visit with her daughter. Mrs. Kenneth Vines. Mr. Vines and their young daughter, of El Dorado. Ark. Mrs. H. w. Spann and Miss Florence Rush returned home Thursday from a two months visit with their brother. A very Rush, and family, of Amnrillo. Texas. Mrs. E. R. Began, Mrs. A. G r Brown, Mrs. Elliott Williams, and' Mrs. T. F. Hudson attended the luncheon meeting of the U. D. C. at the home of Mrs. Clark. Mrs! Hudson was co-hobtcss. j Mrs. Joe Hires was an out-of' town guest of Mrs. Wathara Prcwitt, of Osceola. Wednesday afternoon when she entertained "with a bridge parry. Little Tommy McHancy left .Friday for u visit of several xceks with hi* father, T. L. McHancy. at the home cf his nrandparents, Mr. and Mrs. McHaucr. of Tupelo, Miss. Mrs. Jesse Brown was a Luxora gnest at the afternoon bridge party given by Mrs. D. s. Perkins and Mr*. Bcttyc Nell Cox Starr at the home of Mrs. Perkins Thursday afternoon, and received as second high score honors, a 65-year-old ! pressed ' glass, .compote in the jgrater^pmeapple .deaigu^.... . ' Read Courier News.wane a<3s Wcdncsd-ay Night Club Mrs. Doris Downing won the high score award when the Wednesday Night Bridge Club met at the, home of Mrs. P. J. Aquino' this: week. Other p-izr. winners were Mrs. R. E. Jessup, second' highland Mrs. Lloyd Rogers, bridge. • Gueste at the. meeting were Mrs. Lee Recker and Mrs. Jessup. Mrs. Bquino 1 served refreshments of rasp- Berry"'pie topped with whipped' 1 ^eam and coffee. Mrs. Vester Bush will hostess' the''club next time". ' . ' * V * Presbyterian Circle Meets The members of Circle Three of the Presbyterian Church met at the home of Mrs. Curtner Pierce with Miss Mary Ellen Horner as hostess Wednesday night. Mrs. O. W". Cook gave,the devotional -which was entitled "The Fruit of the Spirit is Light." Mrs. Harry Farrar, who was a visitor to the circle meeting .was in charge of the-program, "How To Make My Community Christian," and .she was assisted by Mrs. Pierce. A brief business meeting- was held and: then refreshments of a salad course,, sandwiches, and coffee were served. The Valentine theme was carried out in the refreshments and decorations. * * * Idle I Four Club Mesdames Jere Klngsbtiry and Ora Kersey were the guests of ihe Idle Hour Club Tuesday afternoon when it met. with Mrs. Joe B. Henley. Mrs. Girard Callihan won Hie club high score prize, a, set: of vases. Mrs. J. L. Roebuck, won the low score award, a potted plant, and Mrs. Kersey won the bridge award, a vase. The hostess served legated cheese sandwiches, a salad course, pickles, olives, cake and codec. Mrs. Gco. K. Reeves will be hostess to the club for the next mating. * * * Mr, and Mrs. D. K. Hudson and daughter, Keitha have rofurned home in Dallas, Texas, after visiting 1 here f6r several days with her sister. Mrs. Paul Rcnrdon and Mr. Reardou. Mrs. Jco \Vyait and son. Tony. Mr?. Gene A kens and son, Larry .Gene, and Mrs. C. R. DcWitr. uvrc in Blytheville Thursday visiting Mrs, Albert, Ward. Mrs. Lomiie 8. Markcy. who has been confined to her homo sine? shortly after iho Christmas holidays on account of an infected tooth and subsequent toot.h tvoi.'blp. returned to her duties at., ihe Republican office Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilks were in Sikeston. Wednesday night to attend a meeting of the District American Leglon. Mr. snd Mrs. Ear! McCoy of Shadysido. Ohio, are the parent* of a baby dauhtcr. Mr. McCoy is the son of Mr., and Mrs. v." \v McCoy of this city. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15/1941 you work. Young People are especially urged' to take the course on 'Recreation." SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Corner 18th and: West Main street II- Cream,, pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. J D. Hocott, superintendent.. Sermon, "One Thousand in Sunday School,"- ii:oo a.m. Sermon,.. "Two Hundred-Voice Choir," 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, prayer, service, 7:30 p.m. Friday, officers' meeting- T'OO p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Eiehth at Walnut Alfred Carpenter, Pastor 9 :30 a. m. Bible School. Beginning of. the- Sunday/ School Enlistment .Revival with classes each, night :for the entire Sunday school', Mon- iday through Friday nights. ,• 10:40 a, m. freachihg- hour. Spe- ctel music by tlie choir. Sermon— 'Heb. 1:1-2 !1 Reyi. Carpenter. . 6;30 ! p.. m.. Training, union. 7:30' p. in. Preaching' secvice. Ser- 'Heb. 2:l-4i'" fellow-man, cannot be made right without a deep sense of reverence. The church' can help us to fulfill both. You. are. invited, to come, to church. CHURCIT OF CHRIST W. Main Off Highway 61 Denion M. Neal, Evangelist Lord's Day services: Dibit- classes, 9:50 a., m. Preaching, 11:00 a.. HL Communion, ll-:50 a. m. Young People's. Bible class, 6:45. p. m, Preaching, 7:30; p. OL Mid-week services: Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. Bible study and" song practice. Thursday, 2:30 pj in: Ladies' Bible class. Daily broadcasts, KLCN, week days. l'-2:15-l : 2:30 o'clock. Sunday, 2:30-3:15 o'clock. Ton are invited 1 fa; each of our 'services^ You will always find a ; aearty welcome with us. would be. delighted to have you attend our Church School if you are not attending elsewhere. Ours .is a "Friendly School." Morning worship at ll:00 a.m. I'Theme;. "Value Human Life" which is. the. sixth, in, our series on "Ten Rules for Abundant Living." Junior,League at 6:30 p.m. • Evening: worsnip at, 7:00 We will honor the Boy Scouts of Luxora. Wednesday night at 7:30- o'clock the Senior-Young. People.'s: League will meet fa the. church basement for recreation, and worship., The public is- invited to these services. SCIENCE SERVICES 116 S; Broadway . "Soul" is the subject* of the : Les.son.-Sermon. whicli will be read in all Churches- of. Christ,, Scientist, and Christian Science Societies on- Sunday,-, Feb. 16i 1941. The Golden Text 5s "Let all those that seek thee rejoice and be glad in thee: and lefc such a? love thy salvation. say continually; Let God be. magnified." Psalms 70:~4 '', Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "For tli on hast delivered my Soul' from death, mine eyes- from tears, and my feet from falling.'" Psalms 116:8 The Lesson -Sermon also includes the following passages from the j Christian Science textbook, "Science j and Health with Key to the Scrip- I tures", by Mary Baker Eddy: "Soul, or Spirit, is God, unchangeable and eternal; and man coexists 1 with Jfchd ^reflects . Soul, God, for man is God's-, image." . p. 120- BAPTIST GHAPEfc i Lilly Street •; 9:30. a. mi Bible; School- "A class :for eacb age group."' PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH H 7 . Ji Kleindienst,, Pastor i Divine- worship;, 10 a; m; Sermon subject:. "The Christian, and; His Government." : Sunday, school;, l-i a. m. The Lutheran- Hour each Sunday •over WMPS 12:30; and: over KLCN ; and 253 other stations, 3:30 p- m. ! Tlie 1 Pilgrim. Guild meets Thurs;day, 7:30^ p. m. : The, Walther League meets. Friday; 7' p., m.. ; A cordial invitation to all to- worship with us. "We preach- Christ and' Him Crucified:" FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Maia afc Sixth Geo. W. Patterson, minister 9:45.' a. m-.,, Bible School;^ Russell. .Barhara;, superintendent.. 11:00 a. m,, worship, communion- and preaching; "Religion and! Character" will be the, sermon: theme. 7:30 p. m., worship and preaching. "The Church and the Changing Order" will be the sermon theme. We most cordially invite the .public. Strangers- in. our city, especially invited. We'll try to make you glad you came our way. FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Oily and Vine streets Clifford L. Thacker, pastor • 9:45 a.m.- Sunday school. 11:00 a.m. Preaching by B« W. Dickson. • , ' , 6:30' p.m. P. Y. P. A. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic service. Sermon, "Battle of Armeggedon." ' Mid-week service: Tuesday night, 7:30. 'Friday night, 7:30 o'clock, prayer meeting. TEMPLK ISRAEL Herman Pollack, Rabbi 1:30 p. m. Sunday school classes will meet. Parts for the annual Purim program, to be held on. Sunday afternoon, March 9. will be assigned. 3 p., m. Weekly services. Sermon theme: "Implications of World War | II." The discussion will be based on a- recent study released by the University o£ Chicago Press. | A cordial welcome is extended to everyone. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH E. B- Williams, pastor 9:43 a.m. Church school. S. K. Garrett. superintendent. 10:55 a.m. Morning worship. Hear the poster's discussion of this timely subject, "Why Does God Permit. People to Suffer." 6:45 p.m. Young People's services. 7:30 p.m. Evening worship; sermon by the pastor. 2:30 p.m. Opening of Training School, first session. All teachers, officers, and those interested in preparing themselves for cliurch leadership arc urged to be present. "Die three courses offered cover the three divisions within the local church. Yon arc asked to take the course which meets, your interest or covers the division in which CHURCH OF THE 'IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Father J. I. Thompson,,pa§for Father B. F, McDevitl, assistant Mass at 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock. . Monday,. 2:30 o'clock,, radio talk over KLCN, Father B. F. McDevitt will give another in a series of radio instructions on, "The Truth About the Catholic Church." Friday, 7:30 o'clock, Novena to Our Sorrowful Mother. ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH OSCEOLA Father J. J.. Thompson,, pastor Mass each Sunday at 8:00 o'clock. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH 15. K. Sewcli, pastor Horace Greeley said: "It is impossible to- enslave, intellectually or socially, a Bible-reading people." Please be /eady to express your •Interest''• in '• Hendrix- College -'tomorrow/ Bring some non-attendant to the services. Church school, 9:45 a.m. Iverson Morris, superintendent. Morning worship, 10:50 a.m. ; Junior and Senior Leagues, 6:45 p.m-. Song and worship services, 7:30 p:in. Church School workers will meet at the First Methodist church at 2:30 o'clock-. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Tames A. Overholser, Minister Church School. 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 1L:00 a. m. Sermon by The Reverence w! O. Shewmaker, Ph. D. Young. People's meting 6:30 p. m. Evening worship. 7:30 p. m. Sermon topic: "What Is That In Thine Hand?" Midwe'e Service Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Choir Practice Wednesday, 8:15 p. m. The two great relationships of j life: that- which we bear to God, i and that which we bear to our i ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Seveuth and Ash Streets S. A.. Merrill-,, pastor 8:30 a.m. Radio program. 9:45- a.m: 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 p.m-.. Bible study. The public is cordially invited fcO' these services^. METHODIST CHURCHES YarlH-Q-Promised Land Circuit A. L. Riggs, pastor Go- to Sunday school and church. "You owe it to God, to your church, to your community, to your business, to your family, to your self to go- to church-."' Promised Land: Church school, 10:00 a-.m. Marcus Ga-ines, superintendent. Preaching-, ir:00 a.m. by pastor. Young People's League, 6-:30 p;in. W. S. C. S., Monday, 2:00 p.m. Yarbro: ChuBGh; school; 10:00 a.m. Race-relation program, 11:00-a.m. Young People's League., 6:30- p.m. Preaching, 7:00 p.m. by, pastor. . W. S. C. S., Wednesday,-,2:00, p.m. Do not iorget' to bring" "your Hendrix offering Sunday. LUXORA METHODIST CHURCH Martin A. Bierbaum, pastor Church school- at 10 a.m.. Mrs. Sue Brown, superintendent. We have a class for evecy age and THEY'RE HERE! Amazing low prices. Stunning new pattemsl CALL 372 f-'or Fancy & Staple Groceries and First Class, Tender 5T,?ats. FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN TOWN Corner Franklin & Uu<-a«- Karrell Davis J. I), Lunsfonl SiiDAY WITH OYSTER DRESSING Fried A la Maryland DINNER LUNCH ,50c 35c Delicious Waffled at All Times First Session Will Be Held At First Methodist Church On Sunday Announcement was 1 made -today of the courses to be offered; • In the Training. School of th& First Methodist church which, will open Sunday and continue through Thursday. The first, session will be Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock and- each- following night there will be two sessions. Mrs. HI E. Tomlinson of Maiden, Mo., will be in charge of the course on "The Children's Division of trie Church,'" which is arranged for workers with children and parents of children under 12 "Recreational Leadership" will be taught by Miss Myrtle Charles of Hendrix College, Conway. In this course will be young people, 16-23, and adults who worlc with youth. The Rev, Floyd B. Brower, pas- •tor of the Garuthersville Methodist church, will direct the third course on "The Churqh Working 'With Young- Adults." This course should be ; taken by all workers of adult ' division" and other adult : leaders. Special Program At Second Baptist Church . A special program will be presented Sunday morning at 10:45 o'clock, in the Second Baptist .church at the corner of 18th and West Main streets, according to announcement made today by the Rev.. H. Gream,. pastor. 'Twenty men of .the church, will present- a program on "How We Can Pull Together." Hetiophobes 'According ty ^u-iuja-ces, there are •-^^'^imhnhes, or r persbn^ who bum and • blister • Instead of acquiring- a tan, in- the United States. Also cartoon & serial "Winners of the West" Con.iin.uous show UN 11:30 p.m. TOG bad you're too tired to go It Washdays do that to a lot of women . . . they're so -worn out they can't enjoy their evenings! Don't yon miss out on fun . . . and thai goes for daytime fun. too7 for if you send your wash to the Blytheville Laundry you'll have aH of washday free! So protect your health and save your strength , . • let us do your wash! For Better Laundry and Dry Cleaning STEAM LAUNDRY SUNDAY AND MONDAY 'HIGH SIERRA 7 with Humphrey Bogart & Ida Lupino Also Paramount Ncwi & Comedy Continuous show Sunday LISTEN TO KLCN . 10:00 ajn.—12:45 p.m.—1:30 Plume- Rita 224 Phone Roxy 3 ROXY SATURDAY 'MARSHAL OF MESA CITY' with GEORGE O'BRIEN Also cartoon & serial MunJor G-Men" with -the Head End Kids. Ccntinuous show till 11:3!) p.m. SUNDAY & MONDAY Malincc Monday 10c & 20c Continuous show Sunday and Monday By Request there will be a Special Maiinec at the Koxy Monday 1 at 2 T>.m. for BTythevnic and s«r- | roundinsr territory school i 10c each. 4 From the P/'lifzer Prize Play ~ BE LINCOLN ' IN ILLINOIS With RAYMOND MASSEY RKO-

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