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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 8, 1941
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BLYTHEVILLE, : (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1941 CHURCH NEWS shall be: but we know that, when ! will speak on "Is the s , he shall appear, we shall be like Church indifferent to the for we shall see him as ne cf Humanity?" This is another m ttend. in Daily Life." Everyone is cordially invited to Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Goronwy Poetz and Mrs. C R. Wroten entertaining Delta Delta club with spaghetti supper. 6:30 o'clock, at Number Nine. Sigma -Alpha JSpsilon Alumni Association having Founders' Day Banquet, 7:00 o'clock, Hotel-Noble Altar Society, Church of the immaculate Conception, meeting 2:30 o'clock at Rectors'. Woman's Council, First Christian Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. R. M Beck. Woman's Society of Christian Service, Lake Street Methodist Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. C. O. Sanders. Woman's Society of Christian Ssrvicfc, First Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. TUESDAY'S EVENTS 'Mrs. Goromvy Poetz entertaining Friday Contract Club. Mrs James Hill Jr., and Mrs. A. Conway entertaining Charlevoix chapter, Daughters of American Revolution, 1:00 o'clock at Conway home. , , Circle One, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. C. E. Johnson;- Circle Two, Mrs. J. G. Barnes; Circle Three, Mrs. Floyd Simpson; Circle Four, Mrs. Floyd Thprpe; Circle Five, Mrs. J. •?• Cookston; Circle Six, Mrs. W. W. Watson. Mrs. Kavanaugh Francis having Double G. Bridge Club. Tuesday Bunco club meeting with' Mrs. W. B. Nally. Mrs. W. C. Higginson entertaining Tuesday Club. Mrs. Barman Taylor having Tuesday Afternoon Club. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs". M. A. Isaacs. Mrs. John C. McHaney entertaining Tuesday Contract Club. Mrs. W. M. Taylor having BI- Mohtnly Bridge Cmb. ,c—--T^ariAV? EVENTS Mrs. - Allen Sutterfield entertaining u and N Birthday Club, 6:00 o'clock. Wednesday Afternoon Bunco Club .meeting with Mrs. Hubert Wade. Mrs, Ben Harpole having ADC Bridge Club. Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich entertam- ing Wednesday Bridge Club. Delta Contract Club meeting i with Mrs. W. D. McClurkin. 1 Mrs. J. C. Ellis having Town and i Countrv Club. Mrs. H. H. Houchlns and Mrs. A. Conway entertaining Chapter D .of the" P. E. O. Sisterhood, 1:00 'o'clock at the Conway home. Mrs;- Ralph,-.-.Be'rryman-t; "having Thursday Bridge Club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Noble Gill entertaining Dell I Bridge Club. } Mias Patty June Davis having ] Cee-Que Bridge Club. ' Double Four Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Raymond Smith. Mrs. C. A... Cunningham entertaining Mid-Week Bridge Club. Mrs. R. F. Kirshner having Thursday Luncheon Club. Young Woman's Foreign Missionary Society, First Church of the Nazarene, meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Eddie McGregor. Woman's Foreign Missionary Society," ".First "Chrurch 'of the Nazarene, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Mrs W. H. Bradberry entertain ing"Y."lVL Bl Club. ££ Roman's Missionary Society, Pil Worn in In White It's not too early to think about clothes to wear when spring's warmth chases winter's chill oh* the . landscapes. Here's a bright, all-white ensemble, worn by Toni Gilman, popular actress. The suit is of white flannel, the skirt having a red-and-white polka-dotted blouse. White pigskin bag, doeskin gloves and faille silk hat complete the ensemble. Bits of News Mostly Personals FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH James A .Overholscr, minister Church school 9:45 a.m. Morning worship 11 a.m.. Theme, is" I John's "2""' """ """ i the "series of radio instructions on Among the'citations which com-i "The Truth About the Catholic prise the Lesson-Sermon is the fol- ! ™ 1lir ' lh lowing from the Bible: "Know that that ourselves; we arc his people, and a „ d e a c h day g iiuia me isime rs.uuw yu ; - . «„_,.,. .,\ o-fia n m the Lord he te God; it is he j *«>ug ^^^ 08 ^S; hath made us, and not ;e ; ed ^m,^ "The Life of Stewardship." This 100 . 3 the sheep of his pasture." Psalms is Volunteer Sunday, 'tne outstanding loyalty day of the church year. The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages from the Young People's meeting 6:30 p.m. I christlan Sci j nce textbook,-"Science E ™ n !!^hl°platrorm of'"the Kin™ 1 and Health Uith Key C ° the ^ Cl ' ip " 7:30 o'clock, Novena to cur Sorrowful Mother. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth Geo. W. Patterson, minister Russell Midweek Service Wednesday ";30 Mrs. Rsiy Worthington, Mrs. Hermon Carlton and Mrs. Lucy Choir practice Wednesday 8:15 McAdams spent Thursday in Mem- p.m. phis. ' Our wish is that you might ut- Mr. iind Mrs. Cecil Shane and tend these .services and find in daughter, Miss Patty Shane, are them the p&ace, the guidance, ancl spending today in Memphis. the .strength of Christian worship. Mrs. Harry Brown, Mrs. Lydia "They that wait upon the Lord! McGhee and Miss Doris McGhee| sn alf renew their strength." are spending today in Memphis. is the family name for all ideas. \ n '. nn Wors hip, communion and the sons- and daughters of God. • ',': ' .. ThP Means to Spirilua All *l-»«( rf'-* .« -1 1^, ..i., .*.i .nTfrti- in.l''* lL -5 S * " ,, .-„ _»Freedom" will he the .sermon All that God imparts moves accord with Him, reflecting goodness and power." p. 515 MUST CKUKCII OF T1IK NAKAHENE Mrs. James B. Clark, Regent of the Colonel John Martin chapter of the Daughters of the Ameri-] can Colonists, attended the an-1 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut at Eighth Alfred Carpenter, pastor 9:;W a.m. Bible school. Russell the .sermon theme. Fletcher Spruce, pastor We most cordially invlie Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Tyrone '.superintendent , • - our way. Morning worship, 11 o clock.-Ser- i > mi b - nual state Assembly in Little Rock Baugh| superintendent. Frlday> . v . , ]0:40 a.m. Morning worship, M.u- Mrs. Parker Johnson of Newbern, Tenn., will return home today after having visited her parents, Mr. ancl Mrs. George O. Yate.s, since Tuesday. Mrs. C. G. Hires is able to be sic by the choir. Sermon—"Panacea, Perspective, Panorama, Proph- , 2C y"_the Rev. Alfred Carpenter. Service broadcast over KLCN. 6:30 p.m. Training Union, Fred up after having been ill of a cold Carlock, director. I fasting, for several days. I 7:3 ° »- m - Evening evangelistic!. Fviriflv Mr. and MrB. L. men by the pastor. Radio program, 3:15 p.m. N. Y. P. S., 6:45 p.m. Jack , Parker, president. I Evening service, 7:30 p.m. Special music. The Rev. Holland London, | of Little Rock, district superintendent, will preach. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Mid-week prayer meeting. Thursday, 1 o'clock. Prayer ancl E. Ok! and' 10 '"'' Congregational Kinging. 3er- Mrsl" W." L.~ Homer accompanied mon—"How Shall We Escape-Mr, and Mrs. Charles G. More- the Rev. Mr. Carpenter. Baptismal head to Memphis today to see service. "Hell/apoppin"' at Ellis audito- Wednesday Services: rium. 7 p.m. Department meetings for Miss Lottie Neel will spend the all Sunday school workers, week end in Clarkton, Mo.; with) 7:30 p.m. Assembly. Midweek her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ncel Si'. She .will be acccompanied by Mrs. W. W. Austin,' and Miss i Willye Baker, who will also be guests of her parents. Keiser News •service—"Andrew's Personal Experience With Christ." 8:30 p.m. Choir ichearsal. Friday, 7:30 p.m. Cottage prayer meeting. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH ISth and Main Streets H. Cream, pastor Bible school, 9:45 a.m. J. P. Hocott, .superintendent. Preaching, 11:00 a.m. B.'T. U., 6:30 p.m. Preaching, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Hour. 7:30 p.m Friday, Teachers' meeting, "7:00 p.m. LUXORA BAPTIST CHURCH Ralph L. Douglas, pastor 'Due to -the' loss- of our church building by fire, we will conduct, all services at the high school. • 10:00'a. m. Sunday school. Mrs. S. J. Smith, superintendent, 11:00 a. in. Worship service. Sermon topic: "God's People Following- God's Plan" (Neh. 4:6). 6:15 p. m. Training Union. Study to'show thyself approved unto God. 7:-15 p. in. Evangelistic services. Sermon topic, '"Instructions to You Who Want To Be Saved From Sin." rp s; 4:4-5). ^ _. invite : yoiir unsaved friends to Mrs. Sue Brown, superintendent. | CQme to church \ v ith you. Come bring others with you. By ' W ednesday: Mid-week prayer .i-eryone working we can certainly serv i ce> roach our goal of 100 by Easter. ^ ' Ever y Tuesday. Thursday ancl theme. 7-30 p.m. Worship and preaching. •Koep It and Improve It" will be the Rnh; public. Strangers in our city es- > socially invited. We'll try to make [ LUXOKA METHODIST CHURCH Martin A. Bicrbaum,' pastor Church School at 10:00 a. m a. m. Master Your Conversation" will be the topic of the pastor's message. Junior League at 6:30 p. m. Evening worship service at BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street 9:30 a.m. Bible school. Raymond the games in which Mrs. Eugene Dickinson was high and Mrs. Jess Homer, second high scorer. * * * Arc Guests of Club Mrs. Max B. Reid and Mrs. C. R. Wroten were guests of Mrs. Rodney L. Banister Thursday afternoon when she had the Thursday Contract Club party at her home. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal F. T. A. Benefit Party Members of the Parent Teachers Mr. and . Mrs. B. Scnler have had as their guests for the past week their daughter. Mrs. Fred Smith and son, Freddie Joe. Mrs. Smith and son left Monday for Jersey City, N. J., where they will make their home. Miss Dorothy Pickett of Memphis. Mrs. C. C. Badenbaugh and Mrs. J. L. Becicnbaugh of Alexandria, Ln., are spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Robinson. Miss Eddyc Turner spent the week end in Memphis with her aunt. Mrs. J. S. Kaufman. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Beene. of Litile Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Roimswall and daughter, of .Zachry, superintendent. 10:45 a.m. Preaching First Baptist Church. hour :it METHODIST CHUKCI1KS Yarfcro-Promisecl Land Circuit A. L. Riggs, pastor Yarbro: umirch school, 10 a.m. T. R. Ivy, superintendent. Preaching,' 11 n.m. by pastor. Young People's League. 7 p.m. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets IT. J. Kleindienst, pastor Divine service 10 a.m. Sermon theme: "Love Not the World!" Sunday school 11 a.m. The Lutheran Hour 12:30 ovor WMPS. Memphis and 3:30 over KLCN. KLCN Lenten Meditation Wednesday 2:30 p.m. .Special midweek Lenten service Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Subject: "Calaphas: The Churchman and Christ." Sunday school teachers meet Wednesday after services. "We preach Christ and Him Crucified," and invite you to hear this message. p. in. Morning Worship Service 11:0 ° Sauird ay at 8:30 a. m., you are ! invited to listen to the radio de' votional by the pastor from KLCN. County League Union To Meet Here Monday The Mississippi County League Union will meet at 7:30 o'clock Monday night at the Lako Street Methodist Church. A program on the League emblem and motto has been arranged. The emblem which is the Maltese Cross will be di:cussed l by Bi-ly Nelson, the motto, "All For Christ" by June J-arising; and "The Cross' The Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet at the par- scna°e Tuesday afternoon, o'clock, with Mrs. W. E. Head as | program leader and Mrs. Gayle Bierbaum as hostess. New Youth Program—every Wednesday night at. 7:00 p. m. the young people meet for recreation and for league program in the basement of the church. All young people 15-23 inclusive are cordially invited. by Rose Yates. A social hour program. will follow the ASSEMBLY Ol- GOO CUUKCH S. A. Merrill, pastor 8:30 a.m. Radio program. 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. John W. S. C. S., .Wednesday. 2 p.m., j DaviSr superintendent. Lunch was served at the dining Association were hosts to a benefit table which had a centerpiece of p art y at ^ e n i gu SC hool auditorium spring flowers. 1 Monday night- when they had ap- in the games which followed,' pvox imately 100 guests who played Mrs. G. G. 'Cauriiil was high among • Bridge, bunco and various other the club members and Mrs. Wroten, mong the guests. Club nd one guest, Mrs. Benard M:Far- | Mrs. Muschell Hamra, president _ i •_ L.,i ..*-,: A i *-V-»« !•» ^vi-\ a ' ^ < 4 V» n r» t'c«r\/»ia t Inn ^ITO c \i"\ r*hni"Cff> Hi Party' Members of the Jolly Eight Club card games at 20 tables, individual prizes were awarded in each game. At the close of the evening refreshments of ice cream sandwiches and iced drinks was served. and, were entertained at the home of Mrs. Houston Caudle Friday afternoon. In the bunco games, prizes went .0 Mrs. Harold Anderson for high score, Mrs. G. G. Salipa. Jr., for ,ow and Mrs. W. C. Colston for ounco. served ames- the conclusion of the Tabernacle, meeting 1:3 with Mrs. Jess Roark a ; r^"Burtlette. Carroll Blakemore enter ..Thursday Contract Club. Eugene Dickinson having ^ Thursday Dessert Club. Mrs. F. T." Jackson entertaining C. B. C. Club'at Rustic Inn. Jolly Eight Club meeting with Mrs. G. G. Saliba Jr. Has Club Tar;.y Narcissuses and jonquils decorated the home of Mrs. Rcecc Moore Friday afternoon when she had the C. B. C. club party at her home. Mrs. Carl Be:in and Mrs. Fred of the association was in charge of the affair. A large number of Cooter ladies attended. i t. x> Sou Bom Announcements have been made _of the birth of « seven and n half j pound son to Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Sandwiches and iced drinks were Spencer of Washington. D. C., on " " Feb. 26th, the baby has not- been named. This is their fifth child. Mr.- Spencer is the son of L. C. Spencer of Steele and Mrs. Spencer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie King of near Steele. They formerly lived in Steele. Hostess to Wedding- Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Lynn upon their return from their honeymoon Sunday evening were guests of honor at, a 6 o'clock dinner at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Campbell of Cooter. * * • Mr. and Mrs. Omer Perry and daughter. Jessica Ann. left Sunday to m:ikc their home in Rolla. Mo., they were accompanied by "Dutch"' Asher who was returning to his position at Rolla after spending the weekend hero \vith Hazen, were the week end gueste of 'Mr. and Mrs. San Brock. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cork and daughter. Joyce.. returned Monday from Ackerman. Miss., where they have -been visiting Mr. Cork'r mother, Mrs. J. C. Cork, who is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs .Harry Dunavan: spent Sunday in Brinkley with their daughter. Mrs. M. L. Greshiun ancl Mr. Gresham. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Conn spent Sunday in Memphis with Mrs. Conn's sister, Miss Mabel St-ras- berg. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Turner have as their guest this week their son. W. E. Turner, who is stationed a; Norfolk, Va., with the United States Navy. Mrs. Bobbv Robinson find chil- at Church. Promised Land: Church v scnool. 10 a.m.- Marcus Grsines, superintendent. Young People's League. 7 p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. by pastor. W. S. C. S., Monday 2 p.m., at 11:00 a.m. Children's church. 7:45 p.m. Evangelistic service. Tuesday, 7:45 p.m. Young Pco- le's meeting. Friday. 7:45 p.m. Bible .study. The "public is cordially invitee. I Leagues, 6:4a p. m LAKK STKEKT METHODIST I CHURCH lu K. Sewell, pastor If Christ should come tomorrow ai 11:00 o'clock, where would you prefer to be? Surely you would answer. "My place of worship." I would like to remind you thut He will be the honored Guest whcr- • ever His followers meet in His . name. ! We extend you a cordial welcome | to «11 our services. Church, school. 9:45 a. in.. I verso n Morris, superintendent. Junior and Young People's to these services. church. A fellowship rival contest will be- 3in next Sunday between the Yar- oro and Promised Land churches .0 see which can have thn largest percentage increase by Easter oiui- I .lay. Goal at. each church is 100. ' ^ast Sunday. 51 were present at iTarbro, find 52 at- Promisee! Land. Each church is urged-to be well ;epres<?nted n.t Mississippi County /oung People's Union Monday at _,ake Street Methodist Church. CHURCH OF CHRIST W. IVl'ii?i ofT Highway (il Dcnton M. Neai, evangelist Lord's Dav*Kcrvic:s: Bible clEsaes, 0:50 a.m. Preaching, 11:00 a.m. Communion. 11:50 a.m. Young People's Bible class. 6:45 p.m. Preaching. 7:30 p.m. Mid-week services: Evening worship. 7:30 p. m. Mississippi County League Union. Monday night, 7:45 o'clock at our church. Wednesday. 7:45 p.m. Bible study, Tnese? FIRST METHODIST CHURCH E. B. "Williams, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Church School, S. K. Garrett. superintendent. We have a class for every age. 10:55 a. m. Worship Service. The pastor's subject: "What Should Christians Do In Times Like with Abbott & Costello the Andrews Sisters Also cartoon & serial "Winners of the Wesf TSoxcf'fice closes 10:00 >'.'•"' f . • ' : '."*•• -3" Continuous show ; SUNDAY & MONDAY ind nractice. Entertains Bible Class Fourteen members of the Ladies' Bible class of the First Methodist church were entertained last night' at. the home of Mrs. E. B. Williams. Mrs. L. M. Burnettc presided over the business session. Tne devotional was given by Mrs. Sallie Hubler after which the Rev. Mr. Wimams dismissed the group with prater. During the social hour, table games were played. The hostess served coiiee and doughnuts. •* * T Is Hostess to Club Mrs. H. G. Paruov/ was hostess to menibers of the Friday Contract cmo and rnrec guests lor a party at her homo Friday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. C. W. Garri- gau. Mrs. P. C .Kothrock and Mrs. Marvin Nunn. RefreshmenUs werr served dur- dren spent the week end in Wilsor. with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W E. Pickett. The Rev. S. G. Watson, o! Spdngdale, .spent Tuesday anc. Wednesday with his son, the Rev J. W. Watson, and Mrs. WBtson Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Flemmiiu returned Monday from Forres City where they have been visit in; for the past two weeks. Mr. nn: Mrs. Flemming arc making the: homo here with their dauahle; Mrs. C. C. Cork, and Mr. Cork. FULL CtOSPEl, TARERNACLK Lily and Vine Streets .•Clifford L. Thackcr, pastor 3imday: Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Preaching. 11 a.m. 'P. Y. P. A.. 6:30 p.m. Evangelistic services. 7:30 p.m. ,v'Iicl-Week services: 'Tuesday night. 7:30 o'clock. Friday night, 7:30 o'clock. Woman's Auxiliary. Tnursday .ftcmoon, '2:30 o'clock. Thursday. 2:30 p.m. Ladiss* Bible . Daily broadcasts. KLCN. week •'ays. "12:15-12:3(3 o'clock. Sunday, 2:30-3:15 o'clock. You arc invited to nach of our services. You will always hearty welcome with us. find a ^T. MATTHKWS CHUUCH. OSCEOLA Kather .T. J. Thompson, pastor Sundav Mass at 8:00 o'clock. 6:45 p. m. The Young People will meet in their respective depart- in en ts, 7:30 p. m. Preaching Service. The pastor's subject will be "The Impenitent Thief." Come to Church and bring your friend who is not going to "Church elsewhere. Let us show which side our loyalty is on by going to Church. OK T!fU IMMACULATE Henry Adams returned home of Macon, Miss Wednesday Mte Be?.n played with the club mem-| ™ B "if. S^es in _ which .Mrs. Jcwe bers at this party for which the j M - wtut * rec j; ive ? hl f a scorc pnze ' Easter scheme was carried out in both the tallies and salad plaie. Tn the bunco games, high went to'.Mrs. Rosa Moore and second high to Mrs. Paul Kimbrough. auri Study Foreign Missions several papers on "Foreign Mis- Dorcas C1.3M Mrs. Toeodore H. fci. Barneu. were hostesses to members of the Dorcas Sunda.v tnnool doss Friday afternoon at the Lo;an home. The devotional from the his wife ami daughter Jackip. having been the guest of Mr. nn: Mrs. W. M. Taylor and San Adams. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sharp anc Mr. and Mrs. L. Sharp spent Sunday in Memphis with Mr. am. Mr.s. N. C. Carr. Mrs. Sue Car returned with Umn to be the Mrs. A'oie Bushing Is recovering j of Mr. and Mrs. L. Slwp to. PILGRIM. TABERNACLE 110 Cherry street Mrs. O. \V. Doss, pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. II a.m. Worship service. Sermon .opic, "The Church, Her Work and Welfare." 6:45 p.m. Young People's service. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic service. sermon topic, "The Ox Driver. jhamgar." 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Mid-week .rayci» service. Everyone is invited to attend ,hese services. "They .s;iy we're .ricndly." 1'KIUSTIAN SC1ENCK SKKV3CES CONCEPTION Father .1- J. Thompson, o'clock. TEMPLE ISRAEL Herman Pollack. Rabbi 2 p. m. Sunday school classes will meei- to make preliminary arrangements for the Purim program. 3 p- m. Annual Purim program. Sunday school classes will present a pHgeant. "Valiant Women." Group of adults will Priscilb bnc • Roseman lane ola Lane-Gale Pasjc t Rolni • J«»r«y tynn • tdMI. VT «•»»•• - h** KtM«»K . W* '» oi«fl- b r WIUIAM KEIGHLET *. WARNER BROS.-»k Also Paramount News & Comedy Boxoffice open 1:45 to 9:30 Bargain Matinee Monday Ilk & 20c " 'dav 2-30 o'clock, radio talk'act Purim play. "Esther." cvprkLCN. Father B. F. McDevitt cttc will be "The Place of Humor in. I Boxoffice open 1:-I5 Io 3:30 Monday Night Boxoffice open 6:30 to 9:30 slowly at the Methodist hospital in Memphis from an operation performed last. week. Mr. Rushing is staying with her. 11 fi "Man" us S. P.roadway tho .subject, of League Campaigns For Fll!l ChliTch Attendance 1 here last week end. the next few weeks. L. Bruce, R- Ray. .3. Porter ;inci p C. Prevo are intending to bikini's: i Lesson-Sermon whic-h will be read in Raleigh. Mo., this week. j j n n,U Churches of Christ.. -Scientist. Mr.s. Benson Bruce nnd rhtlciver ^rid Christ an -Science .Societies on returned to Louisville. Ky., Suruh. ! Sunday. March 0. The Golcieti Text is ".Ueioveri. tunv arn we the sous of God. and' it 1 with Mr. Bruce who visited thon. sions". were read at the meelinc of i clia P ler or Ciaiatians was given the Woman's Missionary Society of the Pilgrim. Tabernacle Tnurs- day aftcmoon at the home ol Mrs. Markus King. Mrs. Johnnie Thrapson gave the .devotional from the 13th chanter of-Hebrews. Tne following papers; and ono § uest ^ere reaa: "Soul Winning". Mrs.' Jess Coleman: "Philippine Inland ^Report", MTB. 'Esther Rut3er)?e: "Bible Portrait". Mrs. Jes^ Roark: •'South America". Miss Lorene Wells; "Statistics* of the Past Year", Mrs, Owen Do^. Mrs. ".J. Reed and' Mrs. Jewel Stewar't became inemben; of t'nr. 'society. Mrs. Ethel McGee w?» visitor. Victoria Gilorrt. Miss Cor- Wiihitr prr.-idrd over the j business Passion and Mi's. R. i. ! Hsley. n visiior. offered prayer. Refreshments were served durin' the r-oci?l hour 10 the U members An effort to htivo all members of the First Presbyterian Church at services Sunday morning is being madr by the Senior Young People's League of the Church. Tim young people are contacting ill church members and urging 100 per rent attendance. Bill Shambiin is chairman of the committee in charge. CARD OF THANKS Wo wish Io thank nil I hose whn j so tenderly assisted us in o-r. \ hour of sadness. For the conn or; | and words of kindness spoken !>y ' good friends. Tor the willingnrss ! and understanding of the do:-;(\;sj and nurses, to all ledge and pallbearers. For all nnd cards of sympathy, for the beautiful message and songs ven- __ i doth not yel wlint - adult advisor for the young i (J ere( 5. \ve dearly thrriik all. At The Hospitals Willie Walls Hospital Vbelmn Carry. people is Hermon Carlton v;ho is riivecting this project. Flays. With Club M;irtm F. Wood, cily. fiisjn Mrs. John ThonvKi. ^.T'ntiil^. n j n\ir:<c('.. i Homer A. unmioP > : mrh, i• dismissed. Bobbie DC Wayne ^inith c One in Seven Only ono of the seven speakers I" t>ir> United States o! Rrpre,;ttivcs who nave sispired i to the White Hou.^e ever have :\t- ! tt'inpd Mir: prr^drne.y. Hr WHS ! James Mrs. Goldie Arg?nd. wife Helen Marie Argend. dni Mrs. Robert Lewis av.d di ter. Rcodhouse., 111. Continuous show Sunday USTKN TO KLCN IO:C!1 a.m.. 12:4.^ p.m.. 4:.10 p Pbone siitz 224 Plinnc Roxy :Mrs. B. .-.P.; Brogdon Jr. played cards .with'.members of the Thursday pessert Club Thursday afternoon" when, they were entertained. at the'Jiome of Mrs. V. C. Clark. "A.'.'sprin? motif was carried out in' the tallies for the game? snd 011 the flowers which" decorated the Refreshments were served " after ad- dismissed. Memphis) t oapti:>t H Charles -Howard. Luxor* mitted. C. W. Mauloy. Lyixont. Memphis SU Joseph's Mrs. Clvde Ma.grrs. C'3vuther>- 1 ville. admitted. "" i John B. McClauaiwn. ersville, admitted. Caruth- Are You A Mason? L:\inR in Chickasawba •District wilh membership elsewhere or suspendetl for N. r. O.? Name . Address I am a Blue Lod-re. Charter Commander? member lehceM. M^.il to R. K. Blaylock, iec'y. Chicknsauba Lodge B4, JJlythe- villc. WITH ('? : W.\ DRESSING Fried Chicken WITH CREAM GHAV1' DINNER 50c LUNCH 35c C Delicious Waffles at All Times j figured cvorything in. - - the cost of s»»P- m >" wa «h- womnn's charge, the wear and tear on the clothes ar,ri listen .... it's actually cheaper to send clothes to the Hlythe.viUe Laundry. Besides that, you get quicker service and your clothes are returned looking just like- again. Try it. housewives - . - prove it voursclf. For Better Laundry ancl Dry Cleaning Eliding Cherokee Trail with Tex Hitter Also cartoon & serial "Junior" oxoffice oen 12:15 io 10:00 Contiguous sJi!»w SUNDAY LUPEVELEZ LEONERROL FARR1SH CHARUS IANG WIUIAM FRAWllY, m\\ QUUIAN Also Fcx PICTU?8 Comed uueu \\\i\ io ; Night Sho\v Monday cfficT open (:::.!() !.o*

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