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PAGE i;wo BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1930 Alabaina-yanderbm football game.' clay. A male quartet sang son?5 of, their lives in llic present Euronein J"1": S ' "fZ™f"!! !*•'«?, «!«1^ « the.'Vnodcjs- ocnribt and wr^m'S son, Harry Jr., are spending Unlay appeal «d, paraded, or rode 'bicycles In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Elton W. Klrby attended the University of Alabama- Vandeitllt football same In Nash- around the hall. # • * Memphis visitors Tuesday were Mrs. John Andrew Edrlngton, Mrs. P. E. Tompklns, Mrs. A. L, B:yce Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Executive B:ard, Woman's Auxiliary, Wrst Presbyterian church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church, Mission Study group, Woman's • council, First Christian church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at home of Mrs. John 0. MeHaney. Woman's Mlssl.nary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's Missionary society, First Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's Missionary Society. Lake Street Meth;dlst churcU, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church, • TUESDAY'S EVENTS I Mrs. C. P. Tucker and Mrs. Hiram Wylle having luncheon nt Hotel NoWe for Daughters of the America:! Colonists. Delphian Fine Arts group meeting 9:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. Mrs. W. M. Taylor entertaining her bridge club. Tuesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. M. A. Isaacs. Mrs. Don Smith having Tuesday Afternoon club. Tuesday club meeting with Mrs. Ellcy B. Jones. Miss Margaret Shaver entertaining her. bridge club. Tuesday O.ntract meeting with Mrs. V. O. Miller. Mrs. L. S. Bentsh having City Contract club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Ladies' Aid of Temple Israel meeting eight o'clock with Mrs. II:e Miller. . : Mrs. L. E, Old entertaining Wednesday Bridge club,' Miss Mary Virginia Cutler having the ADC Bridge club. Town and Country club meeting with Mr.v.C. Mpdinger. Sudbury Parent Teacher assocla- (Jon meeting tiirce o'clock nt scho.l preceded by executive board meeting nt 2:30 o'clock. : THURSDAY'S EVENTS . Mrs. C. W. Affllck entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Mrs. A. Conway having Mld-Week Bridge club. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Charles Crlgger Jr. .Mrs. Raymond Schmuck having Thursday Bridge club. D.uble Four club meeting with v Mrs. W. S. Langdbn. .Mrs. O. E. Keck entertaining Thursday Contract club. : : , '••' FRIDAY'S KVENTS "Mrs. W. D. McClurkm entertaining Friday Bridge club. SATURDAYS'S EVENTS American Association of University Women meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia COPfl. 193B BV P.EA StRVICE.lNC. T. M, REG. U. S. TAT, Qff.- Bit« of Newi Mostly vlllc Thursday. Mr, and Mrs. Hoss D. Hughes ' and Marian Tompklns. and daughter. Nancy Ann, • -•>-- --son. Ross night from they spent i holidays Kochtitzky and family, formerly of here. Mr. and Mrs. Cozlne Blnckwell and daughter, Ann, accompanied -. topic: A Review of the Life of Ernst Toiler." Toller, famous dramatist, wliose worts have been translated into 27 languages, ended his life while in exile. The discussion will be based on dred Mayo, president, 7:45 p.m. Evening service. Subject, "The Marks of the New Birth." We invite all who will to worship ti with us. i .' his "Autoblograpliy" nnd FHIST I'RESIJYTEllIAN CHURCH James A. Ovcrholser, minister Paul Jennings, of East St Louis I by Jamcs Johllson ' °' Memphis, was a luncheon guest <f MI- nnd werc ln Nashv *"« Thursday for the Mrs. Ralph Berryman yesterduv Unlmslt y of Alabamn-Vanderbjlt Later, lie and Mr. Berrymnn went footta11 same. Mr. and Mrs. Black' to Memphis to attend a district ;wc "' s son ' Eu ^ ene - ls a me '"bcr of meeting of (lie Swift companv 1 " >e Alatlilma ^am. * "' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitworth, with Mrs. parents. Miss Nell Harris were among the Ulylheville people in Nashville J. P. Allison and daughter, Miss Thursday for the University of Millie Allison, spent Thanksgiving Alabama-Vandcrbilt football game. in Memphis with Mr. Allison s | Mr. and Mrs. Joe Craig are daughter, Mrs. C. J. Fleetwcod and t spending today In Memphis. ,-,,„.., , ...... . E ^ Ford was in Memphis with Mrs. Ford who is in a hospital there. Mrs. Ford, who was injured in an automobile accident several weeks ago, expects to be removed from her cast in eleven more days! "Now, I want your honest opinion—but tell me if you don't "' it." Mr, Fleetwoocl, having accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crlgger Jr. and son, Charles III, there. Robert Bcrryman is spending tl;c weekend in Caruthersvllle with his grandmother, Mrs. Aubrey Elliott. nnd oilier relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Berrjroan nnd daughter, Mary Sue, ana sons, Robert and Billy Sam, spent Thanksgiving in Cf.ruihcrsville as the guests cf Mrs. Heiryman's mother, Mrs. Aubrey Elliott, and family. On Ihe Missouri Thanksgiving the previous week, a group Iroin Caruthersviile Including Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Smith. Mrs. Etta Benyman, Mrs. Althca Randolph and Have Bahy Daughter Miss Julia Margaret Phelps, had | The interesting name of Merrie spent the day here with the Berry-' carol has been given the new baby Osceola Society — Personal meeting yesterday alternon nt the Grimes' h'.me. The meeting was opened with the wntchword aller which Mis. V. J. Hogcrs offered prayer. Mrs. f. II. Urooks was In charge of tlie business session at which time Hans fov the new year's work werc discussed, Mrs. Tom W. Jackson avc the closing prayer. I The hostesses served a salad Sliowcr Honors Recent Bride ilate with colfce during the social lour which fcllowcd. Christmas Party guests attended. Guests were the Rev. E. B. Wiliams, of ihc church, and Farrar-Brttlon Kites Are Solemnized Saturday. Announcement was made today Stcele-Cooter Society—Personal 'urge number of friends attended the miscellaneous bridal shower for Mrs. Reginald Fimder- burk at tlie Methodist Church In The minimi Christmas parly of' Slcc!e Wednesday night when Mrs. .he Ladles' Bible clnss of the First Methodist church was given last light in (he social rooms of the Ocrmnn nnd Ollie Barnes were hostesses. Afler nn evening of various church. Thirty rive members nnd . 8ai ' ies l!lc S""t of honor was presented a large assortment of useful gins from nil liei friends present. Refreshments of chicken salad Mrs. Williams, Frank C, Douglas, s! ">' :i wichcs, fruit salnd, cookies, eacher of the class nnd Mrs.! colrce mld h « l chocolate. Douglas, Mrs. S. P. Martin, Mrs. J., P.-, Nebhut and Miss Cora Lee Coleinbn. Chrysanthemums find plants decorated the rooms. Alter dinner was served, Mrs. Salltc Hublcr presided over the business session. The Rev. Mr. Williams read the scripture from the 19th Psalm. The dime plates, a project of the class tills year, were turned in nnd it was decided thnt the profits would be applied on the building fund. The next meeting of the class will be the Friday, Jan. 5, nt the home of Mrs. W. T. Oberst. * * * Entertains Club Mrs. C. C. Langston entertained members of the Town and Country club and two guests, Mrs. Walker H. Baker nnd Mrs. Loy Welch, with ft party nt her home Wednesday afternoon. In the bridge games, Mrs. Welch was high and Mrs. Langston, second high scorer. Refreshments were served by (he hostess at the conclusion cf the of the marriage of Miss Allie L Brittain and Atherton A. Farrar which was solemnized Saturday. Justice of the Peace T. L. Cnssidy read the service. Mr. and Mrs. Fnrrar will make their home here where Mr. Farrar is connected with the Pure Oil company. • Both the bride and bridegroom attended the city schools, but during his high school career, Mr. Farrar vrent lo Gulfcoast Military Academy at Gulfport, Miss., returning herc to graduate. He is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs R. N. Farrar of this city. • Tlie bride is the daughter of Mrs. W. H. Brittain and the late Mr. Brittain. I.i Vcrnc Terry Is Wed lo Gene Burnctle. Miss La Verne Perry, of Cooler, Mo., became the bride of Gene Burnett Tuesday night, in a ceremony solemnized at the home of Justice of the Peace T, L. Cassidy, who read the service. Jifrs. Burnett Is the daughter of E. M. Perry and Mrs. L. M. Moody of Dell. She is a member of the senior class of the Cooler high school. Mr. Burnett is the son ol Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Burnett of Yarbro, He attended the city high school. Mr. and Mrs. Burnett will make their home at Parma, Mo. • • * Observes Birthday With Buffet Supper Miss Betty Dooson entertained 18 of her friends at a party Tuesday night in celebration of her 16th birthday. Supper was served bullet style from a table decorated with silver flowers. Following supper, the girls wer? guests cf Miss Dodson for a thcntei party. » • * ' Pledges Fraternity Latham Stacy, who allends Ihe University of Arkansas at Fayelte- ville. has • been pledged to Sigma NU, national social fraternity^ It was announced by the fraternity today. Mr. Stacy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Stacy. Is Guest pf Club Mrs. W. S. Johnston played cards with members of the Double Four Bridge club Wednesday afternoon when they were entertained at the home of Mrs. Ted King. A ThanksgMng scheme was car- .ried : out In the tallies and dessert come served at the conclusion of the-games. Mrs. Ed Ccok was high and Mrs. M. T. Burr, second high scorer. * * * Executive Board Mccls .Mrs. Robert Grimes and Mrs J. J. Ewfng were hostesses to U members of the Executive Board Although of the Woman's Missionary Union tcw wl i£ Jrom ^Wc the-"l, Of the First Baptist church at, a not seen each other tine" IBM. Daughter Horn to Former Local G'.iiplc Mrs. Alice WomacJc is exporter to return tomorrow afternoon froir St. Louis where she lias been with Mr. and Mrs. Kaytiio.'id F wlcr ituc their iufnjit daughter barn Nov. 10 The baby, who wrlgheil six ;ui one half pounds, has been named Carol Leah. Mrs. Fowler has bcci removed from the hospital lo li h:me. . Mrs. Womack went up Wctlnesdaj night. She is the mother of Mrs Fow'cr who with Mr. Fjwler for merly resided here. At The Hospitals llblhcville llmiiihl Vila Jo Powers, city, admitted. Walls HoipiUl J. E. Whitworlh. ctr,-. admitted. Mrs. J. L. Hnnco:k. cily. admitted. Mrs. John Bowcn 'ami twin •.laughters. Luxoru. dismissed Mrs. Ethel Philiipa. Ciuu'lhro- ville. dismissed. H. G. Vatcs Jr.. Wilson, dismissed. Elsie Lou Y:Uf s. Wilson, dismiss^ Rirhnrd Faris Mead. Wils n, dh- nissrrt. Betty Jo Mead. Wilson, dismissed. Mrs. J. J. Wilson. Manila, dismissed. Memphis Methodist llnspit-il Mrs. H. g. iiolicy. Sleclc, admitted. losicss To Ituiico Club Mrs. Tom Crawford was hostess o her Lucky Nine Bunco club and (VO guests, Mrs. Abner Ashcralt nd Miss Margaret McClure, at (he omc of Mrs. Huel Asher Wednes- ay night. The high sccre prize went to Mrs. Clarice Gilliland, bunco to Miss Pauline Schneffcr, formerly of here and now of Springfield, III., Is spending a few days here with the Rev. nnd Mrs. H. j. Klelndlenst and family. Mr. nnd Mrs, Hugh Whjtoltt and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adnms Jr., returned yesterday from .Nashville, daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Kendrick of this cily at the Methodist hospital in Memphis Tuesday afternoon. The baby weighed seven ptunds and fourteen ounces. The Kendricks have another daughter, Jean Driver Kendrick, four years of age. Mrs. Kendrick Tenn, where they attended the| was the former Bonnie Jean Driver, University of Alnbnnm-Vunderbilt football game Thursday. Mnrgarfl Jane Dorroh, of Car- lUhcrevlllc, arrived yesterday nft- erncon to spend the week end here ns the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bcrryman nnd family. Mrs. P. E. Cooley has been ill at her home, 1121 West, Henrn street, for a week, Her condition is unchanged. Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Koonce and Mr. and Mrs. Mn.xie Koonce and Children spent Thanksgiving at Rcelfoot Lake. daughter of Mrs. E. E. Driver and the late Ely Driver. * • * Attend Army and Navy Game Col. F. P. Jacobs ol Gricicr and Joe cullom c.t Wilson left Tuesday for a motor trip to Washington and other points in the East. While away they planned to sec the Army and Navy football game played nt Annap:lis Thanksgiving Diy. They will he awny about n week Col. Jacobs and Mrs. Jacobs have- taken an apartment at the Park... , , ,. view Hotel in Memphis for the Miss Mary Ads!: .Robinson, who w i n ( Cr season attends Scuthwestcrn college at Memphis, will spend' the week end litre with her father, Dr. F. A. Robinson, and family. Mr. ami Mrs. Net\l Gesell, formerly of here and now of Jonesborl£ spent Thanksgiving here with Mr. Gesell's mother, Mrs. J. S. Gcsell. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. Green will return tomorrow from Nashville where they have spent the Thanks- j holidays with Mr. Green's unco to Miss Margaret McClurc nd low score lo Mrs. T. N. Brig- ncc. The hostess served cheese andwiches, pickles, cookies and ccd drinks. * » • Voitiig Matrons Bridge >'lub Entertained Mrs. John Parks'Jr. was hostess o her Young Matrons Bridge club f Slflelc and the following guests Mrs. Cletus Bailey, Mrs. Ruth Lnwhon, Mrs. Robert Stcelc Jr., and Mrs. W. A. Carter. Mrs. Bniley received guest high irizc and Mrs. Lee Ycager club :ilgh award. The hostess served cookies and coffee. * « » Hostess (o Lucky Nine Mrs. Tom Burns was Ihe charming hostess to her Jolly Eight Bunco club and one guest, Mrs. Basil McClurc at her home Thursday night. The hit Mrs. Jamcs L. Cassidy; bunco to Mrs. Abncr Ashcraft; traveling ounco to Mrs. Lewis Lester and low .score to Mrs. Tom Perry. I The hostess served chicken salad on lettuce, crackers, raisin pecan pie nnd iced drinks. Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. Velmer Campbell spent Thursday al Nashville. Tenn. where they visited L. E. Cooper Jr. who is a student al Vnnclcrbilt College and also attended Ihe fcolbiill game. Harry Talkington of Lllbourn WES a business visitor here yesterday and visited his mother. Mrs. John Morgan and family of Slcete. Dr. Humphrey Hardy )ms returned to his home in' Alexander, La., after a visit here wilh Mr. nnd Mrs. Sims Mirhie. Mrs. P. E. Waters and guest. Miss Mildred Maclain of Friendship. Tenn.. sjwnl. yesterday nt Blythevlllc with friends. Aubrey Shelton has home after a Tampa, Fla. While at Annapolis they nlso visited Col. Jabocs' son, .Ensigi Fred Jao:bs Jr., n third year student at the United states Nava Academy. Other Osceola students at the Academy are Frank Butler son of Mr. and Airs. W. A. Butler; and Claude Shaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shaw, who formerly lived on Carson Lake, but are now in Mississippi. Claude attended Wilson High Scho:l. CHURCH NEWS JUIIISTIAN SCIENCE SUHVICES UO S. Broadway ."GOD THE ONLY CAUSE AND "REATOR," is the subject of the .csson-Sennon which will be rend n all Churches and Societies of he Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, December 3, 1939. The Golden Text is: "Let all the arth fear the Lord: let all the in- labltants of the world stand in awe of him. Per he spake, and it vas done; he commanded, and It itood fast." Psalms 33:8, 9. Among the citations which com>rise the Lesson-Sermon Is the Toltowlng from the Bible: "He iath made the earth by his power, ie hath established the world by lis wisdom, and hath stretched out the heaven by his \inderstand- ng." Jeremiah 51:15. The Lesscn-Sermon also includes the following passages from the to attend. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut at Klghlh Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor Sunday: 0:30 a.m. Sunday, s:ho:l. 10:40 a.m. Morning worship. Special music: Anthem—"Jerusalem the Golden" Duet—Mrs. George Lee, Mrs. Paul L. TJpton. Sermon—"Tiie Call of the Cross." Broadcast KLCN. G:30 p.m. Training union. 7:30 p.m. Evening worship. Special music: Anthem. s:lo—Leon Stafford. Sermon—"The Program of Christ's Return." Wednesday—All-Church Night 1:00 p.m. Departmental meeting "1:20 p.m. Mid-week service 8:30 p.m. choir rehearsal. .0 the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy: "The creative Principle — Life, Truth, and Love — s God. The universe reflects God. There is but one creator and one creation." Page 502, A Christian Science program will ne broadcast next Wed (Dec. 6) at 1:45 P. M. over KLCN. Ii.UXORA METHODIST CHURCH R. E. L. Bearden Jr., pastor Church school at 10 ajn. •Morning worship at 11 a.m. Sermon topic, "Then Where is God?" The Young People will meet at six '.'clock. Work will begin on the Christmas window display. AH young people are asked to report with their special project. Evening services at seven o'clock. Tlie paslor will continue the series on "Religion in American Life" with a message <n "Religion in the Westward Expansion." FIRST METHODIST CHUKCH Main and Seventh E. B, Williams, pastor Church school 9:45 n.m. s. K. Garrett, superintendent. Morning worship 10:55 o'clock. :00 n.m, Christ." „(, , . -"• ' , '& t t-vint; a IlitVtiJJE' (j:30 Pill. attempt to single <ul those luci-1 Evening wcrship 7:30 pnTheme fonts from Toller's life that are "Findin» God's Will'' meaningful and Inspiring for today.) Midweek service Wednesday 7-30 •; Everyone Interested is welcome p.m. 5 Everyone not attending services elsewhere Is invited lo come anrt. make this his church home, Visitors in the city are especially welcome. Miss Lillian Funderburk Weds Mr. Thomas Johnson COOTRR, Mo., Dec. 2 (UP)—Of .ntcrest here is the marriage of Miss Lillian Funderburk of Cooler to Thomas Johnscn of Hayti and ' Portageville, which occurred in the home of Mrs. Sallie Harris of Hayti Thursday afternoon at five o'clock. The Rev. Brown of Conran informed the ceremony In Ihc presence cf a few close friends and. relatives. Mrs. Robert Rushing of Cooler was matron of honor and Orell Harris of Hayti was best man. The bride wore a wine wool suit, with blue accessories. The wedding was performed on the 26th wedding anniversary of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Funderburk, of Ccotcr. Mrs. Johnson has lived here all of her life and is a member of one of the pioneer families in Southeast Missouri. She graduated from Cooler high school In 1032. Mf. Johnson is the sen of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. New of Portageville. He gvadualed from the Hayti high school in 1930 and later attended a medical college. He is now connected with the Waldon Drainage Contractors of Portageville. They are making their home near Portageville. ' CHAPEL Lilly Street 9:30 a.m. Sunday school. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL" .CHUKCH Church school at 10 a.m. Holy comniunkn and sermon al 11 a.m. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH II. J. Kldmllcnst, pastor Divine service with Holy Commu- ni:n 9:30 a.m. Sermon subject: "Our Homage to Our King." Special congregational meeting to be held after this service. The Lutheran Hour over 115 stations. Tune in KLCH 3:30 pm WREC 4 p.m. Evening worship each second and fourth Sunday 7:30 p.m. Jesus says John 8,47: "He that, is cf God hcarcfh God's words . . ." FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main ut Sixth George W. Patterson, minister ' 9:45 a.m. Bible school. W. O. Geurin, superintendent. 11:00 n.m. Worship, communion 1 and preachiiig. Sermon subject, "How to Grow in Grace". 1:30 p.m. Woman's Day pr:gram. Play, "As Often" will be given. The minister will • give, the devotional. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Congregation to meet to hear, another report Anthem, "Hail, Messiah." Message: i fr ° m the building committee. "For Christ's Sake." Communion. 1 We most c.:rdially mvite the pub- Night worship at 7:30 p.m. Quav- hc -.fjf"p" J" ™ r citi ' specially Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Kelsey Jrj, and daughter, Betty Lin, are spending the week end in Elaine, I,"', Ark., with Mrs. Kelsey's sister, &Srs. !£„?.,. "'^-i" 11 1* Wn.-,! „„,! *!.. ll,.,..,! i Ult() LC, mh., Furdyce Pastor Here . Edward N Harris, pas- arrived last night for a visit of several days with the Rev. Paul Galloway and Mrs. Galloway. Tlie Rev. Mr. Harris, wlic- is one of the promising young pastors oi the state, is a graduate of Emory University at,Atlanta, Ga. The Rev. Mr. Galloway assisted the Rev. Mr. Harris in a revival in his church in July. Students Home for Holidays Am:ng (he students who came home for Ihe holiday season with their parents were Marian Tomp- klns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Tompkins. who attends Judson College. Marion. Ala.; Ambrose Teafi-.rd, a sophomore in Ouachita college, Arkadclphia, who arrived went Wednesday night for Thanksgiving for a visit with their iWi i h h | 5 parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. is a student atJTeaford; Winford Watson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watson, of this and daughter, ] city, and Charles Dial, son of Mr. II. B. Ward, and Mr. Ward. J. E. Wliitivortii, who had neart attack Inst night, is resting j better nl the Walls hospital today.' Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Tate and son, Jack, of Memphis, spent. Thanks- living day here with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Gay. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Shelton and son, Michael Kay, were the Thanksgiving guests of Mr. Shelton's par- HIS at Jonraboro. Mrs. J. L. Lynes nnd son, Leland J. Lyncs, of Columbia, Mo., are spending the week end here Mr. and Mrs. Ney Hunt ore expected lo return tomorrow from Atlanta, Ga.. where they Wednesday son. Bill, who Georgia Tech. Hamilton Little , Nancy, of Memphis, werc the Thanksgiving of Mr. Little's father, A. G. Little, and family. Mr. Little returned to Memphis, but Nancy remained for the tet, "Come Light Divine." Message: "The Call of nn Opportunity." • • • . 9:00 lo 11:30 a.m. each day the pastor will be in his study to see anyone who wishes to counsel .wilh him. Monday 7:30 p.m. Regular meeting of Ihe Board of Stewards. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Bible study —Life of Christ. Thursday 7:30 p.m. Choir practice. Sunday 6:45 -p.m. Tile Young People will meet in their respective departments. CHUilCH OF CHRIST West Mai nut Highway fil Bcnloii Hi. Nreil, evangelist Lord's Day services: 9:50 a.m. Bible sludy. 11:00 a.m. Preaching. 11:45 a.m. Communion. 6:30 pju. Young People's meeting. 7:30 p.m. Preaching. Mid-week services: 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, Bible sludy nnd song practice. 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Ladies' Bible class. Radio services, KLCN: Dally from 12:15 to 12:30 o'clock except Sunday Irom 2:30 lo 3:15 o'clock. Y.;U arc cordially invited to each of our services. You will find a hearty welcome with us. News of Train Mishap Unites Two Brothers SEATTLE, Wash, (Upi_,\ train C. Y. Green has returned from Memphis where he underwent treatment nt Campbell's clinic for a month. Mrs. Lcltie Lillurd is leaving tomorrow morning for Flint-, fur an extended visit, with her daughters. Mrs. Betinic Brown. Edgar business visit to Brown and Mrs. N. M. p ra tl and families. Mr. nnd Mrs. Claude !•'. Scog- pin Jr., are spending the week end ill Memphis with Mr. Scocglii's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Scogain Sr. The Rev. H. J. Klcindicnst is able to be out after having been 111 for | a few days. | Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Thomas and IDtnald Hlckman spent TlurnksMv- rclurued!!" 8 "' W '"" iIICt Ky " wilh "" , .. . | Thomas' mother, Mrs, A. D. Mrs. Gouge Bennett of Urbnntl, 111. is the guest of her brother James L. Ca.ssidy and family. Mrs. T. L. CasslAy of Blythcville Is spending tin- latter part of the, Thomas. Mrs. T. J. Mahan and Mv. ^nd Mrs. James H. Hell nnd riaiis-Uter, Betsy, are expected to return Monday from Princeton. Ky.. where ""' we " to " le T >"»iks- wcck here with him. Lone O.ctk Kcws mishap ended a 30-ye,ir separation Have Comnmniiy Dinner of Fred W. Devancy, 55, Seattle, Sixty and women attended and his brother, Philip Dcvaney, the community dinner sivcn rc-eiiUy of nearby Bremerton. at ilie kitchen by the Lone" Oak Fred fell under the wheel of a women. , "Ken to a hospital. The men worked on the lone nn account of the Oak Baptist church which is being rebuilt and were then served dinner. Strawberries belong to the .rose family. '.giving holidays wilh Mrs. Malinn's (son. John Mahan, and olhcr rcl- tative.s. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard arid Johnson Blackwell werc among uw Blytlieville people in Nashville Thursday fcr the University of APPY 6RO.& FHEB DELIVERY ICil W. Main SI. rhanc 15 Mrs. C. M. Dial :f Keiser. Both boy.s attend the Arkansas State Teachers college at Conway. All will return lo their schools on Sunday, Koiarians Have Ladies Niglil Around 30 Rotary Anns in Osceola were guests o[ the Osceola Ii.:tary club for one of their periodical Ladies Nijlits at the Community Club House on Tuesday night when Mrs. W. E. Hunt had charge of the program arranged by. the Rotary Anns. Up:n arrival, the men drew names for their dinner partners an<i after dinner Die women drew men's names for Ihe remainder of the cvcnina's entertainment numbers. J Included in the program features I werc a solo by Mrs. M. E. McDsar- man accompanied by Mrs. D. U. Wcrlit; mi original guessing contest arranged by Mrs. R. c. Bryan; and an original poem by Mrs. G. Hartsill Banks lislliig His things the vnrlrus Roorians should be thankful tor this season. A comical fashion show staged by the women contrasted the fashions ol the '90s with the present invited. We'll try to make you glad 3011 came our way. LAKE STREET METHODIST ciiuitcn F. M. Sweet, pastsr 8:45 a.m. Church school. Iverson Morris, superintendent. 10:45 a.m. Preaching service. 6:30 p.m. Young People's meetings. 7:30 p.m. Preaching service, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Stewards meet at parsonage. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Prayer service. FULL GOSI'EL CHURCH Lilly anil Vine Streets A. A. Jenkins, pastor 0:45 a.m. Sunday school. Roy Hnntiley, superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Morning w-crhsip. 6:30 p.m. P. Y. P. A. Bertha Ford, president. 7:45 p.m. Evening service. The Rev. Miisgraves of St. Joseph, Mo., will be in charge of this service. Royal Arcii Masons To Elect Olficers If Officers of the Royal Arch Ma- ECIIS 117 will be elected at a meeting of the group Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock, at the Hall, it was announced today. There will be degree work which will be followed by a supper, officers said. . ' Mind Changed by 610 Headed for Marriage LOS ANGELES. (UP)— Truth of the proverb that there's many a slip twixt the cup and the lip, is borne out by the. fact that 610 couples applied foi; marriage licenses in Los Angeles '-county > last year but failed to return to claim them. County Clerk L. B. Lampion said 25,940 persons had applied for licenses during the year, but that only 25,330 had returned to.j claim them. Lampion still hopes^ to round up some of the missing 010 who strayed from the altar. Women wield the authority among the tow-headed Indians of Panama. Although men may bo elected to office and become village officials, It Is the'older women who tell the voters whom to elect. CALVARY EI'ISCOI'AI, CHURCH I OSCEOLA Matthew A. Curry, pricst-ill-chargc Evening pr.vycr and sermon, 7:30 p.m. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAKARENE J. l fc Wuolmali, pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. J. L. Evans, superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. Sermon subject, "The Vision of God." 7:00 p.m. N. Y. P. S. Mrs. Mil- Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM SEE" OTCf Joe Isaacs' Store Phone 540 TKMI'i.E ISRAEL Herman S'ollack, Rablii One o'clock. Sunday school classc. 1 ; will mcel I: rehearse the Channnko program to be given on Sunday nflcrnoon. Dec. 10. Tbrrc p.m., Memorial .services commemorating those who lost REMEMBER LEFTY'S Service Station for Magnolia Mobiloil and Mobilgas Now Managed by Walter Cox, Jr. and E. M, Murray See Us For Anti-Freeze! laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning Service • BOY NOW PAY NEXT FALL You can buy anything In our line now, [laying only onc-lial' down and the balance next foil, providing the tolal bill amounts to 510 or more. FORNiTURE CO. 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