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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 25, 1939
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BLYTHfiVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar - '' MONDAY^ EVENTS Woman's Auxiliary, First Presby terian chutch, meeting 2 30 o'clock at church Circle One, Woman's Mlssionar Union, First Baptist church, meet ing 2;30 o'clock with Mrs. Kendo Berry; Circle TITO, at church Circle Three,- Mrs: Ben Harrison Circle Pour, Mrs. W. J. R.gers Circle Five, at church; circle Sis Mrs J. G. Barnes. Woman's Missionary society, Firs Methodist, church, meeting 2.3 o'clock at church with Cncles oil and ; Four meeting At two o'clock Executive .Jioard, Wonan's Coim ell, First Christian church, ineetini 2:QO o'clock with Mrs. W. O. ce'urli followed by general meeting at 2'3i o'clock. Woman's Missionary society, l/ib Street Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'cKck at church. Business and Professional Wo man's club having dinner meeting 7 30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. ' TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. M A Isaacs entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. Gahtoh Smith Jr., having Tuesday Afternoon club City O.ntract club meeting will Mrs L L Hubener. . | Mrs John o McHaney enfertfiln- ing Tuesday CoiUiatt club Tuesday club meeting with Mrs W. 0 Higginson -WKlWiESUAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Harry Kilby entertaining Wednesday' Bridge club. Tov,n and Country dub meeting with Mrs. C. C. Ungslon Mrs W!"'2m Young having ADC Bridge; club. LXiuble *\;ur Bridge club meeting with Mrs Ted King. Dallas Girl Engaged ,To' Harold Drernbeig Mr and Mrs HoLeri Majer or 6805!lonkaloh Drive, Dallas, Tex., will • formally almouncc tlic eh- gagemcnl Bf their flaUghtci, Mir* iam > Louise, to Haloid Stcrnbeig, Bon ot Mrs S. S Steinberg, at an cpen house Sunday ntteinoon The Betiding, which will be ah important o\ent In the Dallas society circles, Mill be soJemnlzcd during the Yuleude hoilnajs Miss Majcr attended the Ifock- aday fcuiooi In Dallas belore going to the University of Wisconsin nt Maaison snd Mills College at Oik- lahd,,oaht. slie is s member of n prominent Te<as fanulj Her father Is the hend^ of J. Kahh and ^Company, a large exporting firm nnrt Is ohe of the outstanding men ol the Unhed States Uoubn business. Ho is former president or the Ameii- can Cotton Shippers association and is very active in \anons Wane 'associations having served ns president, 'a the Tesas cotton snip- pers association, president of Hie Dallas Cottoh Exchange and a -«Z|uaSio ipns jamo jo .loquuui tlUild. Mr _Sternberg Is the son of the late Mr Sternberg, who v,as prominent in business and culc airairs of this city for a number of yeais He attended Dean Academy u» Franklin, Mass, and Southwestern college, Memphis Thg head of the Sternberg Cotton Company, he is also connected with J Kahn and Company ol Dallas shere he has been spending much of his time dm ing the past jear • * : • : h •Autumnal Motif Used For Bridge Luncheon An autumnal motif was carried out in the decorations fo- the party given yesterday by Mrs Max B. Held, Mrs w C. Higginson and Mrs. :Jesse Taylor at the Eeld home. Twenty s<m guests were entertained at luncheon and bridge games Lunch was served at small tables arranged in entertaining ' rooms against a background ol chrysanthemums shading from yellow to deep bronze. Gi'ts presented aftei the bridge games wtre tied In ribbons of the fall colcrs 111 keeping with the seasonal motif. Mrs. George D. Pollock received a blue flower bowl for high score prize, and Mrs J Louts Cherry y,as given vases for sec nd hfgh score prize. « • * .Has Club Tarty. Red chrjsanthcmums dccorptcd the home of Mrs H F. Kelsey Jr., : yesterday .afternoon when she entertained members of the Friday Bridge club with R party at her home. Besides the members, guests were: Mrs Harold Schnee, Mrs. Elbert Huffman, Mrs Claud Scog- gms, Mrs Ben Harpolc Jr. A. dessert course was served the conclusion of the games which Mrs Schnee was high scor- PJ- and Mrs Louis Applebaum >ias second high. ,'At The Hospitals * BlylhCnllc ospltal Juanita story, city, admitted Frank Weslall, city, admitted 4 Mrs L Fisk, city, admitted ' Jenklns ' city ' nl MisS Oren6 McPhearson, Annora, dismissed • \V»Hs Hospital Mrs: Roy Nelson, city, admitted Mrs, Byron weaver, Caruthcrs- , \llle, "dismissed. ' ' Two hundred founds of hay corn, and roots make a day's mta] for ah slt'phant. FLAPPER FANNY • KrR.mteiKu*<.t'Mt.Mc.' t.u, tt 6. v,i.tu, 6y Sylvia ": . . fin' it'll be a livin' memorihl tb 6uV •fac, . . n ever—unless the Vvondpeckel-s get after it." student of Slate Teachers collccp Hi Cape 'Glrtrdemi Charier. WagsUr and Edward Blessing arrived lh!s reek afte several months visit In Fresno, cal MIsS ISarbnra Lewis of Steclo |> spen'dlng several days with her cousin, Mary Alina McCann of Cooler. CHURCH _ SlltFfeT MLTHOblbl" CHURCH .. F. M S«eet, pastor o:45 a. m cliurch school rver son Morris, superintendent 10.45 p. m Pieaihlng seivlce 's 30 P ' *" YOW1B P<!ople ' s mcet 7:30 p. in preachihg scrvic'e ':30 |) In Tuesday, Steward's meeting nt the parsonage 7:30 p. m Wednesday prayer service. FIRST ClltRCH OF THE , NAZA8ENE . J. L. Wi-olman, ptstor M n. in Sunday school J L Evans, superintendent 11:00 a. m Morning worship serhion siibjccl, 'Stewaidshrp' N. Y. P. 3, Mrs Mildred Ma\o, president. A special program is be- ng glveh. We urge the young p= c )le to iheet nllli us Evehlhg worship, 7 45 p m We WvJte all who do not worship elsewhere tb be present with us. , i Biti of Newi Moitly tars. Isaacs, Miss liaise)), Miss Isaacs and Mi-. Cutcnin, who are visiting Blylhcvllle students hi HelV- di-lk cblleg'c today. They will return tonighl. Clarence Webb, of Piedmont, Mo., Sjieclal music: .SDfinnhln- ft fhrir ftatra likL.« ;..jn. I A .A!.™ tr_ *.•_• FIRST BAPtiST CHURCH , • Walnut atiii FJjhih .Rev.' Alfred (Carpenter, pastor Sunday: ' 9:30 a. m. Snliday school 10:JO a. in. "' ~....._.i^ .TV.UI/, U i i iCUEllUJHj MO s spending a few days here with his family and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hays Walker ind soiiS, uharles iiinl Richimi • of r'orl Sill, Okia., where Mr. Walker s stationed with .the 'United States Army post as sergeant, arrived jcs- erday to spend their two months envo ivllli Mr. Walker's parents, i \lr. n'nd Kits. K. p. Walker, ami' Mrs. Walker's parents, Kir.' nnd «rs. Liunc'r Stancitleld, and other Uiatlves and incnds. • Mr. and Mrs. iJoh HM'tlsbn, cf leieha, spent Thursday ncre *ith vtr. hu'dsoii's parents, Air. nh'd Mrs ueprge clay Hudson. Miss Lbntine Oldhdiii aiid Miss Dorothy Watson.'. of : East Prairie, Mo., who celebrated /rrmnksgrving innrsany, speiit their iirildays liere vltli Mr. and Mrs. Husscll Barham nd family. They came Wciliiasclny nd plan to rciurn tomorrow nlglu Mr. anti Mrs.: Louis AppleWuin ve attending the Univcrsltj' of Mis- Issippi-Mlssfeippi S t n te football ame. at'Oxford, Miss., today. ,Mr«. f- B. Thbmiisoh, cf Mem- hls, retiirhed home last night after aVing bbeh here with her giahd- oh, Hugh Nelson Thompson Jr, \lio was seriously burned in a hemlcnl explosion Monday. His -ndition Is now believed lo lie snt- slailory. Claude Cooper is expected to re- urn tohigiit from Benlqn Mo- where h6 attended circuit court esterday and today. Mr. and Mrs iB. A. Lynch have eturnetl frohi St. Louis where they pent Thanksgiving w jti, tlrtih- un Bert Lynch Jr., and Mrs. Lynch nd Mr. and Mrs. Louis Llchteh- tem. They went « p Wednbsilny \rr n - " Steele-Cooter llostess (o Lucky Nino Mrs, A. R. Beckliam was hostess tb her Lucky Nine Bunco club and an extra table of guests at her home Thursday night, The guests were Mlssas Oleiidenli Jones, 'Louise Beckham, and, Rowqu'u Campbell, students of State .Teachers college ln-,Cape'.Girar(lcau who are spending their vacation here with their parents, and Mrs. Abie Rushing. The high score prize went to Mrs. T. N. Brlgance; bunco to Mrs. Vel- iner Campbell* traveling bunco to Looks Up to Tiiee"—solo -i_ Mrs Brotherloh. Sermon-''God's Glorious Tentli." 6:30 p. m. Training Union. 7:30 p. m. Evening worship— bnetlal jinislc: ,Airthc'm—Sdjo—Sor- - pirst Thanksgiving * HUH * j *u-iii\.agivinij Proclamation". Baptismal service Wednesday—All-Church-Night. : ' ;i 7:00 p. m. Departmental meeting. 7:30 p. rh; Mid-week prayer service. 8:30 p. hi. bhoir rehearsal. Mrs. Dick Mlchte nnd loir score to 14 ' Lilly street 0:30 a. m. SuhSaV school. PrLOUUI LUTHERAN CHURCH H. J. KklhnUnst, P.i.slbr Moriiing s'ervlcc 9:45 a.m Scr- Inon theme: "I TJiank My God..." Sunday school and Bible class 10:45 a.m. Confirmation class 2:15 p.m. The Lutheran Hour over Mutual network. Try KLCN 3:36 or WREC In Wat Darkened World Story Of Christ Should Pe Told Again t * f ——— ,,, . O , . Is the subject of tlic Lesson- rt,V nC u w ' l!lch wm bc r « ad ! » »" t-tiurches and Societies of the of Christ, Scientist, Sunday. The shall that to in: unto nutter: - Golden Text Is: "When ihcy say unto you, Seek unto them have familiar spirits, and tin- wizards that ncep, and that *: should not a people seek their God? Isaiah 8:19. "g the citations which com• r „' ' ne , Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "Be not ovcrcolne of evil, but overcome with good." Homahs 12:21. c Lesson -Sermon nlso includes following passages from the istian Science textbook, "Scl- and Health wit.h Key to the turcs", by Mary Baker Eddj: thoughts, lusts, ana malicious purposes cannot go iorth, like 'anderlng pollen, from one humhh to another, rinding un.. lodgment- If virtue ftiirt build a strong defense." Page Among prise evil The the Clirli cncc _..„ Scriptures" 'Evil .„ suspected truth 234 Will Hold Singing Event At Pascola STEELE, Mo., Nov 25 ^n E L. Smith, president xf llie Pcmlscol County Singing Convention, has announced that ah afterhbbh sln«- ing cbiiveliUon will be held at Pascola, Mo., Sunday afternoon and Invites the public t:- attend. Ainohg the singers will be the "Bashful Tiio" from Jonesboro, Ark., and Harmony Quartette from Blytheville. Mrs. Rushing. on lettuce, crackers, pie and iced drinks. * • • Hostess to Jolly Eight Mrs. Fred Vaughn was hostess to her Jelly Eight Bunco club al Die home of Mrs. W. at. Barker Thursday night when Mrs. Sidney Miller Jr; was a, guest. Tlic high score prize and bunco prize went .to Miss Margaret McClure, .traveling bunco to Mrs. Tom Burns and low score to Mrs. Bill Russell; Tlic hostess served chicken salad, cranberry sauce, crackers and iced drinks. Tuesday Bridge Club Entertained Mrs. Conrad Frame was hostess . Jr ' il ° "" T'K-srtay Bridge club of IllDi ' et Slcelc nnrt ^'0 guests, Mrs Lee Tenn.. with relatives. Ycager and Mrs. Muschell -' '— '-'—•-- .. Jerry Harwell and Richard Becker pent Tlialikssivhig in Pine Biuff vilh Mr. Harwell's parents, Mr nnd Mrs. J. H. Harwell. Mrs. p. H. \Vhllaker and three •ear old son. Willialh, of Washing- on, D. C., have arrived to spend everal days here as the guests of Dr and Mrs. I. n. Johnson. Mr and Mrs. Whitukcr resided here a' " u ' l ? 1b « r ot years ago when Mr cm was col " Uy agricuu " rc Miss Lola Nncoh is ill of nppei-- dicitis al the h:me of Dr and Mrs. S. P. Martin. Among the Blyllieville people in emphis last night for the Christmas parade were: Mr. and Mrs Tom A. Little aixi daughters. Misses' &ara Jo, Frances and Virginia Litle anil son, Tom Jr.. Mr. and Mrs 5arl Buckley and daughter. Wiiii- beth.Mr.and Mrs. Russell Barham and daughter, Wanda Leah and heir housegnests, Miss LorMne Oldham and Miss Dorcthy Watson of East Pmirie, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. ' . M rs o w vvr \ t Mrs. M. T. Moon, Mrr " j ' Mr ' a ' 1(1 M «- Tom Jr.. Crawford M Noble d™*l .' ' «n daughter. 'Keen, and M-crris King Thompson, Mr. and Mrs James hut '^- CWe Bishop nnd daughter, Jane, Miss Mlss (or the foou,all lc people in itussellvillc- last ni ^ t Betty team, remained over after go to at her home. High score prize aniong the Bhesls ftent to sirs. Ycager and club high went to Mrs. Leyon Earls Mrs. Johnnie Rhcdes received low score award. The hostess served sandwiches pickles, pumpkin pic topped with whipped cream and coffee at the close of IhG evening. Bride Honored Mrs. Bill Hayes, before her recent marriage Miss Bcatitta German, was guest of honcr at a linen shoaer givcn al the home ot her sistcr-tn- law. Mvs. J. I), German this week when she was assisted by Misses Helen Vlekery nnd Joy Mclhtock as hostesses. There were approximately 23 guests present, for the evening of games alter which IU6 of honor was presented a l«rgc assortment {t linens, Delicious refreshments were served at the close of the evening. » * • Tuesday BrirtgclccH Entertained Mrs. Tom Lewis was a gufcsl ot the Tuesday Bridgtleers cliib when they were entertained in the home of Mrs. o«ss Cooiwr mis «cek The high score prize went 16 Mrs Sidney Miller Jr.; scccnrt high to Mrs. Olynn White; brldgeo to" Mrs Toni Lewis and traveling honors to Mrs. Toin Hopper., The, hostess served meat balls hot rolls, pumpkin pie and Iced drinks. • • t Mrs. Toin Helper is spending the latter part of this week In Alamo, Tcnn., with her sisters. Mrs. Chester Centring will return tomorrow after several ciiys visit in Memphis \vith her husband Miss L:is Tiplon spent the holidays in Horn Lake, Miss., with her 'alteiid. E\'chlii'g worship 7:30 p.m. Sermon topic: '''Walking by Faith, hot by sight." ...Specinl , Thanksglvillg 0 «,.^ TlmisdRy 7:30 p.m. Sernion suoject: "The Sacrifice of Praise." A cordial welcome 16 all visitors. inns top full for accommodation, and seeking the shelter of 'the open stable. The wise men. Magi of the East, whose forbears hall been making a study ftr.generations of world conditions; who saw human)ty on the road to 'disintegration frohi force and. wickedness; who had fouoned Ihe forecasts ,cf the; old Hebrew prophets' of Ihe perfect leader to coinc, followed the star aiid found a helpless little baby being stared at by ciittle. and sheep, and wrap- .ped from the cold in hay. The three Magi at the manger where the Babe of Bethlehem been born (o Mary, wife of Joseph. BV OLIVE KOIiZKIS BARTON Tills year it is advisable, I think, lo brlns tlie_ religious part of Clulslmas to the children's minds. Were it not for what happened in Bethlehem two thousand years ago, there would be nc- Christmas. And now, Ihe whole of Christendom is endangered by dark powers Hint repudiate not only Christ but ami. Perhaps it takes a crisis to strengthen the Christian philosophy, which means liberty cf living, peace, kindliness anil brotherly lore. Such B crisis we _havc now. The younger generation'in olher coun- Irles arc, enthusiastic"-- about 'the creed 'pt..blight. Wo should leach bur biih children th'nt right Is liet- ler; But children think in dramatic terms. They miist have their Ideas aiid ideals bersciiified. purely the grealest story fsver told Is; lhat of the Christ Child, the Babe to bccoihe the Teacher whose example wns the first eiitiui'ing word of fofiiVehess, forbearance, toler- niice and kindness the world had k'livwn.. We must remember that, many people wild are hot called ^irlsUans have adopted,His c'lhlcs in Iheir daily living. STORY BY CANDLELIGHT ion Christinas Eve, in tliat magic hour of candlelight, I should read aloud'the. simple story of His birth: thb lirc<l and travel-worn Mary aid Joseph, arriving In Bethlehem •; ij their v.a.y. back to their little cottage in Na?.arcth, finding the FOR. CAItOLS, TOO So I would tell the lovely story again. On the top of the tree there should be a slar, nnd the children should be told that It stands as a guide and «. reminder of that beau- tiiui night when the Wise Men sought the Chile! Jesus. Christmas Eve is the time for carols; Children love to sing, aiid family singing leaves memories precious and unchanging in this iyorld of change. y thisriS: the sweetest part of GhMsthias: Too little' attention' is given i to it. Many children never give it a thought at all. So I am suggesting we lake a few minutes of our busy lime lo tell the story, to sing of the Bethlehem child, and the angels, and perhaps explain that chapter of St. Matthew, shown as Die Beatitudes, each line of .which is a design for living. PILGRIM TABERNACLE 110 Cherry S*rtct Ow Vt. l)oss, feastdr ,:45 d.hi. Sii'nrtay scluol. Mrs. b. W. Doss, supcHntehtlent. 11:00 a.m. \Vorshlp service. 7:15 p.m. Young people's Service. 8:08 p.m. Evangelistic service. 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, Missionary service. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL . ; CHURCH lUTnllheir A. Curry, priest-in-chargc Church school, 10:00 a.m. Morning prayer and scrinon, 11:00 a.m. Text, ••The Lord Our Righteousness". Members are urged lo attend Ihe united church service which will be held Thursday at 10:00 a.m. in the First Christian church under the auspices ft iiic Ministerial Alliance. lions." Sermon by the Rev. James o'clock. service OY Reavis, D. D. 1 Yoil are cordially invited to each JY6\ing people's meeting C:30 p.m, of our services. You will nnd a jlSvcntng worship 1:30 p.m. Theme, i hearty welcome with iis. '"Jlite Transformed Life m Christ." • ' Men's Club supper Monday 6:30 FULL GOSPEL CHURCH jxhi. '(Midweek prayer service Wednesday 7:30 p.m. CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHURCH OSCEOLA Mhllhew A. Curry, pricsl-in-rli.-irKC E\xning prayc rand sermon al 7:30 o'clock. Members of Ihe Episcopal churches in Osc'cola and BIyllicviltc v arc urged lo attend the "united Service" in their respcctivft communities. Remember we are all Christians and are all trying to cooperate milh members of ether churches. A man's cultural achievements are measured by the amount of tolerance which ho has acquired. Tolcr- Rtion is most practical when we Intermingle with people we may not understand. LtjXOR.V METHCrtHST CHlmCH R. E. L. IScardcn Jr., pastor •Sunday school at 10 a.m. Mrs, Sue Brcwn. superintendent. Morning worship at 11 o'clock The pastor will 'preach on "Religion and Die Practical LUc of Man" : Communion of the Lord's supper jtOlowlhg preaching. Young ()coV>16 will meet at 5-30 o clock in the church basement Evening services at seven o'clock Thanksgiving services will be held' in the Methodist torch Wednesday night at scVcn o'clock lmci ;r u 6 ,, ^ sllk « °t N« Baptist and Methodist churches parcnls. Don-is arrived FIRST rKESttYTKKUM CHURCH James A. Ovcrholser, nimbler 9:45 a.m, ;Choir praclice Wednesday 8:15 ',in. :Everyone is cordially inviled to atteiid the services of this church. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Corntr Main & Seventh i E. 'B. Williams, iraslor .Ohiircli school, 0:45 a.m. S. K. Gafrett, superintendent. •'Morning worship IO:S5 a.m.. services broadcast over KLCN. Anthem: "Thou Ci'ownest the Year." Message: "What Uo I Have to Be Thankful For?" Evening worship 7:30 pjn. Message: "The Singing of a New Song." Lilly and Vine Streets A. A. Jenkins, pastor 9:45 ajn. Sunday school. Handler, superintendent. Roy il:00 Moriiing service. 6:30 p.m. P. Y. p. A., Bertha Ford, president. 7:45 p.m. Evening service. The yduiig people have charge of tho T "»sday night service al 7:45 o'clock. . • i j |*i trayer meeting Fi-lday night at 7:45 o'clock. ^Vecinesday 7:30 p.m. Bible study '" Gri T ,f« f\r niipiph * i inenic. FIRST CHHISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth Cico. W. Patterson, minister 6:45 a, m., BiWe School, W. O. Guerin, superintendent. 11:00 a. m.. worship, communion and preaching. "How to Grow in Grace" will be the sermon —Life of Christ. ( Sunday G:« p.m. The Young T:do .J l . ; ".'" worship and preach- Feople will ihcet in their respect- ln S- Binding God" will be the ive .departments. scrl " c " thcinc - p. TEMPLE ISltAKL Herman Pollack, Rabbi . ~, •' •-•"" •*. m., <• •1:30 p.m.. Sunday school classes Union Thanksgiving service with •Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., singing and Bible study at Ihe church. Thursday, 10:00 a. m.. annual Mil meet. There will be n rehear- ?? v - J - L - Woolman, pastor of 11 sal of the Channnkoli pro'grnm t'o P 1 " 1 °Hurch of the Nazarci be prcsentcti Sunday afternoon, bringing the message. Etc.. 10. ' . i We most cordially invite th 'Services will be dismissed oh public. Strangers in our city cs Sunday so members of the cot-,- pecially invited, we'll try to mak ere'gatioii will be able lo atlcn'd you glad you came our way. gregalik... ..... u^ ..v>u the Arkansas Assembly. S CHURCH 01-" CHRIST ; West Main at llh;h\vfly 61 : t)cnton M. Npal, evangelist Lord's bay services: 9:50 a.m. Bible study. H.-OO. Preaching. Subject, 'Old ,TCslamcnt Parables." \IM a.'in. Coiunitmton. 6:30 p.m. Young people's il'icet- ing.- . , . - liSO p.m. Preaching. Subject, 'Our Ood Gi\fn Home." Mid-Week services: . 7:45 p.'ni,, Wednesday, Bible study and song practice. 8:30 'P.™. Thursday, Ladies' Bible class., tittup services. KLCN: Dally from 12:15 to 12:30 o'clock except 'Sunday Ivom 2:30 lo 3' 15 J. L. GUARD Optometrist Only Graduate Optometrist in filylhevlllc. Correctly make CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES IIG S. Ilroadn-ay "ANCIENT AND MODERN NECROMANCY. ALIAS MESMERISM AND HYPNOTISM, Church _SATURDAY i NOVEMBER 25, 1939' Miss Marjoric Edwards Crowed 'Miss Cooler' COOTER, Mo., Nov. 25, — Miss Marjorle Edwards, daughter of Mr. aim Mrs. Casey Edwards, Was crowned "Miss Cooler" at the benefit social held In the high school auditorium Wednesday night. Tlic Methcdtst church members were sponsors. Ml&s Edwards was elected by a popular vote and her opponents, Misses June Green, Renna COIH- | land and Marlcne Jones, served ns her maids. She was cro.vnca by the Rev. li. L. Yv-agnoi-, pastor of the Ulb:urn Baptist chUrch and (ormer pastor of dip. Cooler church They were all formally . dressed' Tlic crowning <jf the queen brought to a close the benefit social which wa-i attended by approximately 200 local and out of loivn guests. The affair brought a total of fn'orc than '5120 'alter expenses were paid. This (Is to be used for church h'eeds. » Call Us For Prices Before Selling Your Lee Wilson & Co. Wilson, Ark. Demonstration, Club News Notes Delegates To State Meeting Are Named S. Jicdcl, secretary of Temple Israel; Guy Rubenstein, secretary of the B'nai B'rilh, and Morris Fogclmah, bcth ot 'Osceola, will be the biTicial 'delegates from this vicinity to attend the Arkansas Assembly which will be held In Little Rock over the week-end. Miss'es Virginia, aivd Rebecca Nickol. of Osccoln. Will attend the convent ion ot Arkansas Temple Youth Leagues held at the same lime in iJUle Rock. Dr. David LCfkqvite, of Dallas, will be the principal speaker, at both the Assembly and yciith gathering, developing the theme of "Living in a War-Torn World." EleH Officers Mrs. Eifa Scctt was elected president of the Shady Lane Hoine Demonstration club Nov. 16 when 16 members and one visitor met at the home of Mrs. M. J.5eHau"ey Other Officers chosen were: Mrs. V. Dixon, vice president; Miss Erin a Scott, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. E. Love, reporter. Mrs. S. GofT, retiring president, was in charge of tha business ses- Sich. The devotional was given by Mrs, M. McHaffcy aiid the poem of the niontii read by Mrs. H. G. McHaftey. At the conclusion of the nicot- Ing, the meetihg, the hostess served n dessert course of cocbahut pic with conch. 'i'hc next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. H. G. McHaffey. Cdmjjjlete Plans For Thanksgiving Service Plans are being completed for the aiinlia! Onion Thanksgiving service which will' be held ill 10 o'clock Thursday morning at the First Christian church under the auspices of the Ministerial Alliance. • The Rev. J. L. Woblmah, pastor of the First Church of Oie ,Nazarene, will deliver the message. The complete program will be"'an- hbuncert the first of the-week'i Offering . taken at the services will be used for united charities, George W. Patterson, paslor of the First Christian church and president of the Alliance, said today. GLEHCOE GRILL Mrs. Herschell Hobo,.Mgr, Special Sunday Dinner Fried Chickcii Naked Chicken Spring Lamb Fresh Garden Vegetables VIUVATE DINING ROOM FOR SPECIAL PAKTIKS Wa Seftie the Best K.C. Steaks SATURDAY WEST OF CARSON CITY . With iclinny Slick Brown & Bob Baker Also Cartoon & Serial ''JPhantom "Creeps" SUN. & MON. Paramount ROXY ttt Everybody Night— IQo & 206 LAST TIMES TODAY Cartoon & Sfc'rial "Ffirftting ftevilaogs' SUN, & MON. Fo.v XCTVS & ConiMy LISTEN TO KLCN 11:00..a.m.— : ia:45 p.m. —4:30 p.m. Phone RiU 224 rhone Koxy 333, "J!>- sheets and pillow rases never looked so white before I slarlcd sciirting them to the nLVTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY. Besides, bcinff clean I know they're frcs from dangerous germs because (lie laundry's modern rroccss guards against contamination." For Better idi'y and Dry Cleaning

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