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-PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (AHR.) COURIER NEWS Serial Calendar MONDAY'S 'EVENTS Circle One, Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs..O. M. Gray; Circle Two, Mrs. R. F. Kirshner; Circle Three, Mrs. H. H. Houchbs; Circle Four, 'Mrs. B. J. Allen, 1:30 o'clock. Circle One, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church," roeet- ing 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. C. W. Afllick; Circle Two, at church; Circle Three, Mrs. R. E, Copeland; Circle Four, Mrs. Ney Hunt; Circle Five, at church; circle Six, Mrs. Harry Frjtzius. Wcman's Council, First Christian church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at- Hall. Woman's Missionary society, First Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Business ana Professional Woman's club meeting seven o'clock for Christmas dinner at Woman's club. , TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. T. W. Jeffries entertaining City ' Contract club. Miss Mary Spain Usrey having Double G. Bridge club. Tuesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Harry Klrby. Mrs. W. 0. Higginson entertaining Tuesday club. Tuesday Contract club meeting with Mrs. B. F. Potter. Miss Cordelia Wilhile arid Mrs, G. G. Caudill entertaining Charle- volx chapter Of the Daughters of the American Revclutlon one o'clock at Hotel Noble. DoriwooU Ridge Horns Demon- stratlon club sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock, at Woman's club. Committee" of (he Immaculate Conception church, sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock at Catholic Hall. Mrs. Harnmn Taylor entertaining Tuesday Afternoon club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, James B. Clark entertaining Town and Court try club. Wednesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. W. If. Minyafd. Mrs. .6t!o Scrape entertaining ADC Bridge club. RooK club meeting' with Mrs. W. T. Oberst at two o'clock. Ladles' Aid of Temple Isrno! sponsoring bingo parly, American Legion Hut, >7:3Q o'clock. Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. Ray Worthmgton entertaining Chapter D.'Oi the P. E. O. sisterho:d for one o'clock luncheon at Worthmg- ton' home. • . • THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. li. G. Nash entertaining Thursday, Afternoon club. Thursday Contract club '.'meeting with Mrs. John F. Lent!. Mrs.,, Everett B. ,Gee having A .Thursday Luncheon club.' Mid-Weefc Bridge club meeting Mrs. C.' A.' Cunningham. Mrs. W. D. McOlurkln enter- Delta Contract club. W-*"-'Double Four club meeting with Mrs. Theodore Ligan, ', Mrs. 0. E. Crlgger and Mrs. Joe Isaacs entertaining Elliott Fletcher chapter of tile United Daughters of the Confederacy, 2:30 o'clock at the Crigger honle. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia, Arthur Rushing at »00: street. cs and Societies of the Church of CfirKt, Scientist. • The Golden Text is: "The Lord shall preserve thy going out and thy coming In from this time /prill, -(UK! ever) foe evermore." .-.Psalms 121:8., Among the citations which comprise,, (lie Lesson-Sermon is the ___ fo)lowlrij[. from the Bible: "And Mre. Afason Entertains - - i the Lord went before them by day SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, '1939 Oscebla Society — Persona! Mrs, E. B, Walker, h»s; b*ei) »d-' In a pillar of a cloud, to' lead milted to the Methodist hospital in lhem l ne wa y; w>d by night in. a Memphis. : i pl.lar of fire, to give them light; I to so by day or night." Exodus 13:21. The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages from the Christian Science textbook/ "Scl- CHURCH NEWS rnce and Health with Key to the ficrlplures", by Mary Baker Eddy: ST. STEPHEN'S *P, SC O^ | M th^t *££"£ out°refu£ >. i... CHURCH n nd strength, a very present help Matthew A. Curry, prtesMn-ch»r*e In trouble,'" Page- 444. Church school at 10:00 am. Mvrnfng prayer and sermon at 11;<X> a.m. Text, "HOW to' Be Happy." • ' • • > m "If we need another tenor an' 'a bass, we can get Charlie, His voice is changin'." with Montgomery Ward and company. Mr. Henderson finished high school at Potts Camp, Miss., -and was graduated from Draughon's Business college in Little Rock. He is tlie Ijo.'kkeeper <for Delta Imple- neiHs company. Has Birthday Parly Graham Ptfrtlow, sou of Mr, arid Mrs, H. G. Partlow, celebrated his eighth birthday with a party at his home Tuesday afternoon. Seventeen boys and girls took part, in the games. In the ccntest of pinning the star on the Christinas tree, Miry Prances Galnes won the girls' prize and R. C. Allen, the boys' prize. The decorations 'for the party were in the Christmas motif. Red tapers were arranged oil the dining room table and smaller candles lighted 1 the birthday cake which was served with red and green Jello (•.•pjxda«th/«'hlppcd 'cream'! Candy;, canes'weregiven as' favors; > ......' * • * ' Women Sturty South Inicrfean Countries "Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay" was the program subject of the Woman's Missionary Union meeting at the First, Baptist church Tluirs- 1. J. Ewlng, Uruguay; Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Brazil, Mrs. Hnttlc Recce, Jnpmi. Mrs. Harry Frllziiis sang a solo ucf:re prayer was offered, by Mrs. Bishop. * * * Daughter Horn A daughter wns born to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. TompWns Jr., this morning at 8:35 o'clock at llic Walls hospital. The baby, who weighed four riml ave half pounds, hns been ncunert Mary Ann. It hns been removed to the Memphis Baptist hospital. * * * Ilnusunl Benefit furly Is Planned A committee of the Immaculate Conception church will sponsor a "Lucky" bingo parly at the Catholic Hall Tuesday night al eight o'clock, It was announced today. Those In charge also stated that among .the prizes would be- a desirable-entrance prize.. Have Program Meeting Members of the Mildred Maln tic First CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHURCH OSCEOLA Matthew A. Curry, prlest-in-ch«r«e Evening prayer and sermon at 7:30 pjii. ^ FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH James A, Overholser, minister 0:45 a.m. Sunday schocl. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. Theme, "The Incomparable Book " (The congregation Joins in the observance of Universal Bible study > 0:30 p.m. Young pe-.-ple's .meeting; ' , . V:30 p.m. Evening worship. Theme "Pivine Discontent.' 1 Midweek 'service Wednesday, 7 : 30 p.m. Choir practice, Wednesday, 8:15 p.m. Deacon's meeting Friday, 7:30 PJII. " Evcrycna is invited to attend,the service of this church. ' • CHURCH OK CHRIST West Main at Highway 01 Deiiton M. Neal, evangelist Lord's Day- services: 0:50 a.m. Bible study. 11:00 a.m. Preaching. 11:45 a.m. Communion! 6:30 p.m. Yamg People's nieet- '"£• 1:30 p.m. Preaching. Mid-week services: 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, Bible study and song practice. . - . .2:30 -p.m. Thursday, Ladies' Bible class. •Radio services, KLCN: Daily from 12:15 to 12:30 o'clock except ISunda'y from.2:30 to 3:15 o'clock. You are cordially invited t;, each of our services. You will find a hearty welcome wilh us. FlftST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at: Sixth Gco. \\. Patterson, minister Bible'- school 9:45 a.m. W. O. Geurln, superintendent: 11:00 a.m. Worship, ' comrnuni'n< and preaching. "How to Grow In Grace" will be Ihe sermon llieine a 7:30 p.m. Worship and preaching. church mot last wl)i «e Iho sermon them*. FIRST, METHODIST CHURCH Corner Main & Seventh E, B. Williams, paster ; Church school, 9:45 a.m. S: K. Garrett, superintendent. Morning worship at 10:55 a.ni: Anthem: "His Natal-N)ght," Vance Message: "How We Oot Our-Bible." '•'.<. ; . iEv«riins; worship at 7;30 p.m. One of the most attractive parties, of the _ week was the bridge deayor society. Iness and vifHIiig- his parents, Mr. All other Osccola pastors and and Mrs. G. B. Segravcs. their wives were special guests. I Mrs. John Sullcngcr of Willow me committee in charge of ar- Springs, Mo., Is here' for a visit rangemcnU were Mrs. L. C. B.!wil)i the family of her Bother. Young, Mrs. w. B. Johnson. Mrs. J. C. Scuilock, Mrs. W. T. Ramsey. * » » Have Daughter Horn. Mr. and Mrs. Howcll A. Nicholof Driver are parents pounds four red berries, holly, and shrubbery, nlon™ wllh Tile Nicholsons have an older daughter, Carolyn, aged two and Charles B. Sullengcr. John P. Kelser was In Jonesboro yesterday for Ihe meeting of the Norllieast Arkansas Band Clinic at Arkansas State college, Mr. Keiser, who is band director i\t Kclscr, look nve of hLs pupils to play In the contests staged during the day. yuleiide setting to the parly. Out-of-town guests playing were Mrs.. Joe Hires, Mrs. Sam Bowen and.Mrs. Jesse Brown of Luxora. Crystal vases went o Mrs. E. S. Driver and Mrs. Sam Bowen for first, and second awards. Hot roll Crystal:vasts went to Mrs. E. S. Shannon for •. consolation. .; V . • • Fiiilathea Class Parly. Mrs. . hwight H! Blackwood, teacher of the Philalhea class of young, worhon in. the Baptist Sim- day school, was hostess to 29 members and guests for the December Mfssagc: "A Christianity That business meeting and Cnrltimis Cfl :.^ ?" d ., 8 £? r ? S : Party in her home on Keiser ave- 0:00 to 11:30 a.m. each morning the pastor will be In his study |o see anyone who wishes to counsel with him. Tuesday 7:30 p.m. The Business and Professional Women's Circle meets at the church. Wednesday, 1;30 p.m. Bible study -Life of Christ. Thursday 7:30 p.m. Choir practice. Sunday li;45 p.m. The Young People will meet in their respective departments. e night at Iho church for a pro-; Wednesday, . 7-30 pin ' smcincr cram SPSK mi — , ™,.,_ . , . .?•"•_ om fc'"t gram session. and Bible study at the church. Vr[ Tl I r-, 11 . 1 —-wiw uvixkiy tiv VUC Vfllllli Miss Doris Dclk was in charge' We most cordially invite the riay afternoon when the week of ?f t!le P r °sram based on the "Lot- public. Strangers in air cay es- prayer f:r the Lottie Moon Christ- Uc Moon Or/oflng." Miss Jewel peoiftlly invited. We'll try to make nos offering was continued. i Rlce ' Mls!i Vivian Vickers, Miss you glad you came our wav Mrs. W. L. Clark was leader ot Jean Carlock, Miss Alice Jo McFoIl,. 1'ILGUIM TABERNACLE 110 Cherry Slreel O. W. Doss, pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday-school. Mrs. O. W. Doss, superintendent. 11.-00 a.m. Worship service. 7:00 p.m. Young People's .service. 7:45 p.m. Evangelistic service. 7:15 p.m. Wednesday, prayer service. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH F. M. Sweet, nasloi- 9:45 a.m. Church school. Ivcrson Morris, superintendent. 10:45 n.ni. Preaching service. 6:30 p.m. Young People's meetings. : 7:30 p.m. Preaching service. 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, Mississippi County League Onion. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, preaching by the nev. E. W. Potter, district superintendent, followed by business session of the First Quarterly Conference. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NA2ARENE .1. I,. Wonhnan, pastor •.,. 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. E. I* Evans, superintendent. : 11:CO a.m. Morning worship. Sermon subject, "Precious Faith." 6:45 p.m. N. Y. P. S. Mrs. Mildred Mayo, president. 7:45 p.m. Evening warship. Subject, "Suburbs of the Kingdom." '•We invite all who will to worship with us. I.UXORA METHODIST CHURCH Blyfheviilc Society Attends Bridge Luncheon Another large affair of the Biy- Oieville society for the winter season was the bridge luncheon given by Mrs. G. G. Caudiil, Mrs. O. W. McCutchen, Mrs. G. E. Keck Mrs. Edgar Borurri who entertained ICO guests yesterday at the Hotel Noble. A modern Yuletide note was used in planning the affair with a color .arrangement of blue ana silver with a touch of red. The blue and silvered walls of the Blue Room made an appropriate setting for the 2G sma'll tables, set with blue and red glass ware en blue linen. Blue vase; held red carnations for the taoli centerpieces and boughs oi reel berries were entwined about the columns in the center ot the room. A lighted silver Christmas tree, decorated In blue, was at one end of the large room and at the fool of the tree were the gilt packages, wrapped in blue and silver. As the guests were received they were intrcduced to Mrs. John Candill oJ Tulsa, Okla., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Caudiil. Mrs. John Thomas Scanlon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McCutchen.' and Mrs F Don Smith, daughter of Judge and Mrs. Keck, distributed the blue and silver tallies. A four course lurkey lunch was served before the bridge games. In the card games, Mrs. Max B Reid won a silver compote for hiali score prize; scc:nd high prize, silver salt anct pepper shakers, went to Mrs. w. j. Po.lard: Mrs W L Homer received a make-up set in a red note, and Mrs. John Caudiil was presented a weekend cosmetic kit in red leather. Other oiil of town guests were- Mrs Dslght H. Blnckwootl, Mrs Jeltle Driver and Mrs. L w Waiters of Osceola. Mrs Jesse Brown. Mrs. Joe Hires and Mrs Bill Walters of Luxcra. and Mrs. J. L. Hasson of Memphis * » » Miss Elizabeth Edwards To Wed. Vance Henderson nounce the encasement of & their daughter, Elizabeth, t;. A Vance Henderson, son ol Mr. and Mrs J, V. Henderson, of Dell. The Redding vult be solemnized .during the Yuletide holidays. MJss Eduaids, a member of an old Blytheville family, was gra<J- ••-'id_from the city high *" :e is at - -- O — —J l u.i\ t Klktt, n. Jl, .DIU. rtJ> old oi the "Rio Training School." cl ™rch. The devotional was given by Mrs. ' Cheodove Logan. Musical numbers •ere provided by Mrs. Harry Frlt- ius and Mrs. Paul L. Tipt.:'n, vo- allsU, who were accompanied by Mrs, Murray Smart. Prayers w ffered by Mrs. John Buchanan, Mrs. Tom W. Jackson, and Mrs. 7 rit?.Ius. \ Designed on the front of the irinted program was a picture of wo hands clasped in prayer with 'he inscriptl'n "Pray Yc." The room was decorated with Christmas Bits of News Mostly Personals Mrs. H. C. Patton h»s gone to Hug;., Okla., to bo with her mother ! Sunday schorl 10:45 a.m. Special congregational meeting after Iho morning service. Advanced class on Christian Instruction 1:30 p.m. Christmas Program rehearsal 2:15 p.m. The Lirthcrari Holi'r over 115 stations. Try KLCN 3-30 and WREC 4 p.m. Evening service 7:30 p.m. Sermon "•me: "Continuing in the Btb'.s." luriday sch'ol teamhers meet trees and blooming vas Illuminated by burnii W. F. ST. s. Meets. plants and tapers. , ., er mer Mr 1) I who is quite ill thorn'. She was ' „ to ', his serv ' ce Rl 6:M P.m. motored as fnr as Little ROck last' „ Servlco for the denf Monday tit I "IBM. by her son, Ralph Palton. : I, L. ward underwent an appcn- 1 v ' Walter of st ,.-. A5 P eclil1 Invitation (o al] to a t- dectwny at the Methodist.hospital , V« "\ v)ltl " 011 in Memphis this morning. Mrs. tend these allrt othcr Prayer was offered by Mrs. Os' car Alexande cripture was alter by which Ihe ..--..„, UUI , 1*1 in wioi JI-.T, mi i tell T J \ l lii i 1 lost night from Hoknh, Minn to L1 8 h '«. wi » be observed. Sunday make their home here with Mrs Sc "°°' classes will present a play. Gading's mother, Mrs G S " Drcil ">book". Special music has who had "Othcr =hccn" "' w "° llilu uc JS L iS_ »'« rtcalh of Dr. with her since iading, returned . M. Vendcs will leave j tomorrow for Bloomington. Intl., a-wlck SeYmntt ujh«*i"c cim «in ,,LCII i— .--.,- , UCSWICK. oermon. the taper which represented that country. The following women took Pal t In IKc service: Mrs. w j R ,i_ gers, Mexico; Mis. Tom w'ji-k son. Nigeria: Mrs. Alir.-ci Carncn- l« ' Mrs. R. L . ,. Leslie ; Mrs. Roy Head, China•"" Moore. M • where she will visit her father. I Jesse H. While, until after the I Can Roberts on ,. and Mrs. Alexander gave mdrca's- . , , iirc-r's report. The group was dls-. h °" 10 wllh llcr missed with prayer by Mrs Jolin' Mr6 ' - E1Us Snipes will go to Crincr and Mrs. Harrv Lewis Sikcslon Monday to Join Mr. A plate of fruit salad, whipped Slli ues who Is connected with the cream, nngrt foo<l cake and hot c - J - T - corporation there. They chocolate was served by Mrs. Harry w111 " 1!>kc their home In that city. Lewis and Mrs. Mllclreft Mavo to the 16 present. The- concluding melting oi (lie v.cc-k ot prayer was held yesterday afternoon when Ihe offering was made. The goal of (he Urn n w.is $100. Mrs. Waller Bishop was leader n' the final program which was a canctlclighting ceremony, Mrs El H Brooks gave (lie devotional. A hrgc white cross surrounded iny white tapers carli representing a c:untry was arranged on the table, As each speaker on Ihe program gave a prayer tor a country it. sir FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH \Valmit anrt Eighth Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor Sunday: 0:30 ft.ni, Sunday school. 10:40 a.m. Morning worship. Spc- '" -- 1 - •-'htm "When My helmed' solo—Bill 6:30 p.m. Training Union 7:30 p.m., Evening worship. Chrlslmas holidays Mr ve ndes i, p , ' f VT g worsn 'P- fe l'"- «1I1 motor as f.r M Harrbini™! in Sl mi » slo: A " th ™ antl sol °' B "where her lather will meet her., wedrifsdav All Church S-c=s-iK^=?3HB-SK ?;;,;;»"« "s s,;X,±;, „„.„, nBiSsn .'as a Blytheville vlslto, yesterday., 9:3 4 a.m. Sunrlay Mrs, ,M. A. Isaacs, Mrs. W. A. • • ~ " CHIMSTIAN" SCIENCE SERVICES 116 S.' Broadway "Orxl the Preserver ot Man" is the subject of the LCfson-Setmon! Betty Brooks Isaacs, Miss Sara Lou .McCutchen nn<t Miss Lynette Tucker arc spending today In Memphis. Ihe former Carolyn , daugh- , ter of Mr. mid Mrs. Joe Cullom of Wilson. ' - . * * » KntcrUins Koolball Team. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reid were hosts to 21 mc-inbers oi the Osce- oln Semlnole squad for supper at the Court House Cafe Wednesday night. All members of the Osceola school boqrd were a!<o invited to Mrs - Jl >mes B. Clark, retiring the affair. Coach Frank Jones [President cf the Arkansas Division and Roy E, Dawson, superintend 01 the United Daughters of the dent of city schools were present, j Confederacy, has been awarded (he « • * I "Mrs. H. W. Eckhardt" lovirrir cup Receives Loving Cup For Activities In State U. D. C. Mrs. .Ada Duller Enlerlains, Around 28 members of the Woman's Missionary Union of the Baptist church were guests of Mrs. Ada Butler for an all-day meeting and luncheon to study the tabie. nue Thursday, night. In addition to members of the class, Mrs. G. B. Scgraves, Mary Virginia Scgraves, and Mrs. E, W. Packard were guests. The immorUl Christmas slory from the second chapter of Luke was read impressively by Mrs. Blackwood to the accompaniment of "Silent Night, Holy Night" played softly By Mrs. Harold B. . ,.,-„. Tillnmn. assistant teacher of the, pr " ltolI , ° ;f , Ule , U J 110 "-, class. Readings, vocal and- accoi- I in ,\t dion numbers were given by Mrs. f Packard, Mrs. M. E. McDcarman and Mary Virginia Segraves. An unique "white elephant" contest provided the exchange of Christmas gifts. Other appropriate contests were arranged by Mrs. Rodney Anders. Both Mrs. Biack- wcpd and Mrs. Tillman were presented gifts from the class. Mrs. B. E. Moore and Mrs. Alec Smith are president and secretary of the class. t • * I*. E. O. Luncheon. Osceola chapter "O" of the P. E. O. organization enjoyed a Yuletide luncheon at tlieir meeting 1 in the country home of Mrs. Godfrey White on Wednesday when Mrs. Poyner, supervisor of the Children's Christian club and Cooperative Home, Hardy, Arkansas, was a guest and reported on the four children recently placed in the home by Ihe Osceola chapter. A large Christmas centerpiece of pine cones and evergreens set in a bed of holly, with tall red tapers in silver candlesticks were used on the dining table. A large Christmas, tree in the living ' room held - gaily-trapped presE'rits from the hostess to each Ifiiest-; present. The final meeting of the year will be held in the home ot Mrs. Guy Driver on Dec. 20. •ing cup given annually for the most concise, constructive and comprehensive report of a division president with state membership less than 2000. This loving cup, which is award- causes and fields supported by the Cfl annually following (lie general Lottie Moon Christmas Offering convention, gees to Mrs. Clark for for foreign missions on Wednes- th e second consecutive year for day. ' jthe only times it has been award- Programs and leaders were ar-1 ed the Arkansas division. At Ihe ranged for the day by Mrs." John | annual conventions of the general Andrew Edrington. second vice- organization of the United Daughters oi the Confederacy, there is always keen competition' fcr this in the large living rooms and pink highly prized award given by Mrs. snapdragon and fern on the dining Eckhardt, past recording secretary Has An Parly. interesting all-white and H, E. I,. Rcarden Jr., pastor Church school at 10 a.m. Sue Brown, superintendent. Mrs. pink party was given by Mrs. Authur Bowcn on Wednesday afternoon from three to five o'vlcck in honor of the sixth birthday of her daughter, Jcanette Bowen. to which 15 children were invited. 'The dining table, covered with Morning services at U a.m. The a lace cloth over pink satin, held pastor will use for his - subject, the two-lfered birthday cake with "The Masquerate of Life." ' " ' Young people will meet at 5:30 o'clock. Evening services al 7:00 p.m. "The Drama of Hosea" will be the subject. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital James Curtis Pcnnington, Burfield, admitted. Miss Ruth Barber, citv. admitted. Myrltce Nichols. Manila, admitted. .Zula Mae Miller, city, dismissed. Mrs. W. O. Holly, city, dismissed. David Harold Flagg. Manila, dismissed. Bnrn to Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tompkins Jr.. a daughter. Memphis Methodist I[:spital Mrs. ,1. w. Miller, steele, admitted, Memphis si. Joseph's Hospital Mrs. Becker, Cantthcrsville. admitted. pink candles in crystal holders on each side; even the napkins had pink elephants on them. Pink saloons were given as favors. Mrs. Bowen was assisted in entertaining the children by Mrs. L. T. Lawrence, Mrs. A. P. Splese, Mrs. Faber White and Mrs. J. L. Ward. Three children, who were invited were unable to come on account of attacks of whooping cough. They were Rosemary Kelly, Jim Dickey Wright, and William Bavs Marshall. * • * Bridge and Groom Honored. The Rev. Lester M. Uickford and Mrs. Bickford. who returned last week from their bridal trip following their wedding in Enid. Okla., on Nov. 26. were guesls of honor at (he buffet supper and reception given by the chinch in the church parlors Wednesday night, followed by the regular mid-week prayer service. Receiving the nicinbers were C. b. Moore, chairman of the hoard of deacons: O. M. Fairlej', superintendent oi the Sunday school: Hammerlcst. the northernmost' Mrs. Joe Young president of the city In the »-:rld. was (he first Women's Council; Mrs. R. M. Flet- city in Norway to have electric ; chcr. chairman of the Junior Cir- hts. Power for the • lights was clc of the Council: and Ruth Falr- furnlshcd by waterfall, ley. president of Ihe Christian En- Donna Wunderlicti will spend which will be rend hi all Church- the week end in Memphis with her', r ' •. - , cousin, Ann Vollmor. ' Robert C. Tcler, oi Poplar Blurt, spent last night here with his father, F. C. Toler. and family. He and Mr. Toler arc spending' loday in Memphis. • | Mr. and Mis. W. M. Jones, of Little Rock, will arrive this afternoon for a' Visit with Mr. and. Mrs. For Christmas Give Her HEALTH AND KEAUTV A .course of Swedish Massago, Vapor Baths and Reducing Treatments. SIRS. RUTH LAWHON. At, Margaret's Beauty Shop Swedish Massage Vapor BatKs — Reducing Treatments By An Experienced Masseuse ^rs e Ruth Lawhon What Massage Will Do For You! Soolhcs !hc Nerves Stimulates Digestion. Circulation & Kliminalion Increases Intestinal Action Reduces Overweight s Up Phone 106 For Appointment • — 1,00 AT El) IN— MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP j general. Mrs. R. H. Jones conducted the; other awards coming to Arkan- entire morining program-and told sas were in essays, Jane Abbott, of of the Southern Baptists' traninig I Little Hock, received $10 for the schools and seminaries in Buda- best essay on "Ports and Forts of pest. Hungary, and in Bucharest. [ the Confederate States" William Rumania; ^the Good Will Centers;Richard Emerson, of- Little Rock, • "' 1 ""~ """ '"" """ received the Eckhardt medal for the best essay on "Cavalry Leaders of the Confederacy" -while Fred and churches in Jerusalem, Nazareth, Haifa and Tel-Aviv. Mrs. B. E. Moore and Mrs. Searcy noon work in China, Argentina, and Chile. Mears led tlie two after- Powel i. a i so of L j U j c Hock rEC[J i v . programs dealing with the C(j hollomb i c m£ , nUon in the samc •il of Boy Scouts fm having the most correctly filled 1 is composed: of 'nil - na| ? el ' s s£>nt ln b y ?'.^.Vision M rii- and committcsmen. l ' cc ' 01 '. .. , . ,i•'.''•' ;i , -'-'-.ur- The mid-week prayer service was turned over to the women with Mrs. Roy Dillard in charge of the program on Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay. A feature was the duet sung, by Marjorie Mayo and Shirley Mastin. Attend Boy Seoul Meeting. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Young, Mr, and Mrs. E. W. Packard. Ihe Rev. R. E. I,. Bearden and Mrs. Bsnr- den of Luxora, W. F. Wilson and Mr. Graves of Wilson drove toj Wynne Thursday for Ihe executive meeting of the Northeast Arkansas Council The Council Scoutmasters in the various counties of J north-1 east Arkansas. Mr. Young • lias been serving as acting president for several months due to the ab-, sence of the Rev. Roy Davis, Pres-! byterian paslor of Wynne unit president of the council, who has moved to California. Mrs. Bruce Ivy entertained around thirty of (he younger married set. at an informal evening of bridge in her home Wednesday night. Myron Wailling will return Monday morning front a week's business trip to New York and Chicago. In New York he attended the international meeting of the Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity, which meets annually on Friday afler the Thanksgiving holiday. He returned through Chicago on business. Osceola women alltnding the bridge luncheon given at the Hotel Noble in Blytheville Thursday by Mrs. G. E. Keck, Mrs. G. G. Caudiil. Mrs. Edgar Boruin and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen were Mrs. Dwight H. Blackwood, Mrs. L. W. Wallers. Mrs. Jettic Driver, Mrs. L. W. Walters Jr., and Mrs. .Joe Hires of Luxora. Mrs. H. L. Shannon had as her guests Wednesday Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Johnston and Mrs. Clyde Oliver, all of Ilickman. Ky. The three women 'are sisters. George Basil Scgraves Jr.. Little Ucck. attorney, was here Tuesday and Wednesday attending to busi- contest. Virginia Webster, of Little Rock, received $5 for the best essay on "Reconstruction Days." B. Shcemaker, of Little Rock, received honorable mention for the best essay on "The Right of Secession." The John Gatcwodd Lewis chapter of Children of Confederacy, Auxiliary to the Crittenden County chapter of the U. D. C., received honorable mention for the second greatest number of new members for the year. Mrs. Wiley W. Walker of Little Rock, received second honors for the division director making the best report and also placed second TUY THIS KINK RECIPE FOR Nut Muffins Mix together three and a fourth cups flour . . . two teaspoons baking soda . Half teaspoon salt . . . Beat two eggs with one and a half cup brown sugar. - . Add two cups buttermilk" and nuts. . . Stir all together... You'll find them delicate In texture and appetizing whin made wllli SHIRLEY'S BEST FLOUR AT YOUR GROCER lyjTomER'5 '•Cimslnui? is .,i m(15 t |, cr c! Our house is going In look <ls licsl for the holidays. I':n h.-ivinj (Iw «r.VTHKVIM,E STEAM WUNHRV clean and renovate cur slip cnv- "s, drapes, curtaiiiii, clc." For Belter Laundry and Dry Cleaning

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