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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE TWO BLYTOEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Missionary 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 .Methodist, church, meeting 2:30 o'clock nt church. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, J. Nick Thomns entertaining Tuesday Bridge club. City Contract club nice I big with Mrs. George D. Pollock. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W, J. Pollard entertaining Wednesday Bridge club, THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. T. H. Haynes entertaining Thursday Rook club. Mid Week Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Harry W. Halncs. Mrs. L. H. Moore having Delta Contract club. Thursday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Dwlghl Bowon. Mrs. J. C. Ells entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Thursday Dessert club meeting with Mrs. John Faulkner. Mrs. Rodney L .Banister entertaining Thursday Contract club. • Double Four club meeting with Mrs. ivy W .Crawford. Mrs, J. A. Leech having Thursday Luncheon club. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia "But can he show grounds for divorce?" "All he'll need in court i.s a cup of her cofFce." Miss Helen Moore to Wed Johnnie Edwards '••• Mr. and Mrs. John Moore announce the engagement Of their .daughter, Helen, to Johnnie Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Edvjards of Roodhoiise, III. I 'The wedding will be solemnized """> of Hollnndale, Miss., and Miss hi '-'the early spring. j Thyrza Brnnlon of Avon, Miss. Miss Moore was graduated from The Chrlslmns scheme was used the Tupelo, Miss., high school. She '" decorating tor the party. Sliver came here .with her parents from sprays, red berries and mistletoe Tupelo three years ago. She is con- . Bave a holiday touch to the party, nected with the Ruslic Inn. j Among the women, high score Mr. Edwards iinishcd at the l )risc wcnl lo S»'s. William Young Roodlioitsc high school nud Inter "'"I Io «' score prize (o Miss Eunice attended Gem City Business col-: Brogdon. Among the men, ]>!|;h 'A. Ben Hull nnd low to Dick Tiplon. A dessert course was served after the games. To Have Open House Oil 50th Anniversary The Hev. nnrl Mrs. T. R. Shepherd will hnvc open house for llielr friends on their 50th wedding nti- nivcrsary which they observe to- Bits of News Mostly Personals | week here with her mother, Mrs. C. G, Hires. Mr, Dunn will motor over for her tonight. i Rnbbl and Mrs. Herman Pollack have returned from St. Louis where i they visited their parents for • ion | days. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pittman of Hollandalc, Miss., and Miss Thyrea Brnnton of Avon, Miss,, returned home Thursday after having visited Mr. Pittman's sister, Mrs. B. - F, Brogdon . Jr., and Mr. Brogdon here since Christmas Day. Carulhersville Hears Yuletide Wedding Bells Mr. and Mrs. J3ick Richards slopped here Wednesday night to CARimiEHSVlUJS, Mo., Dec. 30 bc the dinner guests of Mr and' interest in this vlclnlly are Mrs, Ralph Berryman and family ll numbcr of holiday weddings of They were en roule to their home ) ' olmg P c °i )t(i of "'Is section, who in Memphis from Carut.hersvillc v/crc """'"''cd during the obrisrmtu,- ivherrt I hey had vlslled over the Ncw Ye " 1 !l °' l ' la V season, SATURDAY,' DECEMBER " 30,' 1939 CHURCH CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Slxlli George W. Patterson, minister u:45 a.m., Bible school, W. O. Geunn, superintendent. 11:00 a.m., worship, communion ntid preaching. "Forgetting the Things Which Arc Behind" will be the sermon theme. 7:30 p.m., worship and preach- In^. "The Close of 1030" will be the sermon theme. Wednesday, 1:30 p.m., singing and Bible study nt the church. We most cordially invite the public. Strangers in our city especially invited, We'll try to make you glad you came our way. of the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, December 31. The Golden Text is: "I am the light of the world: he that fol- lowtlh me shall not walk In darkness, but shall have the light of life." John 8:12. Arnons the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "And holidays, , On Christmas Eve. at 4:00 p.m., Mrs. W. Leon Smith is quite ill ! l ' le , Rev ' Wftv " c w - Gra V' ... the Walls hospital where she is ! ''' C£ Wtcr[nn, minister, nnd undergoing treatment prior to nil! Christine Edmonds were married local Miss operallon. :U tne church In one of the sea- Mrs. Gladys CIcvenger, Mrs. Otlv li °"' li most ""''active ceremonies, Shepherd and Miss Wyncltc Shepherd are visiting friends in Jonesboro for a few days. They plan to return tills weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Laurln Crook and daughter, Mies Louise, of Marsel. Miss., cnmc Thursday for n (c\v days' visit with Mrs. J. E. crooV. the service being performed by the Itcv. Dr. C. H. Morton, Presbyterian minister at Cape Glrardeau. Mrs. Gray is (lie daughter of Mr. ami Mrs, E. E. Edmonds of Bernle, Mo., and has been H member oi the high school faculty. Rev. Graiy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gray and family. ° r Tutwllcr, Miss., and prior lo Mr. and Mrs. John Cocke and' ac '" c l )U "S! >he pastorate here, Was son. Freddie, of Clriflln Ga will l' ilst< "' nl lllc Clracndon, Ark., Jenve (oday for Memphis aflcr'hav-: Presbyterian church for ssvernl In? vislled Airs. Cockc's parent*. yc i' rs Mr. nnd Mrs. Marvin Nunn, for few days. Mrs. Cocke will return Miss Anna 13. Oliver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vcss Oliver of lego In Qulucy, 111. Since April,' wcllt he has,been connected wilh tlie Dlc k C. I. T. office in this city. Circle Has Meeting Mrs. E. M. Eaton and Mrs. John Tyron were hostesses lo members or Circle Five of the Woman'; Missionary Union, First, Baptist church, for a meeting Thursday afternoon -at 'the Eaton home. Mrs. Arch IJndsey, retiring chair- Steelc-Cootcr Society—Personal here the first of the week to visit' " lls q " ! '' bec!lmo lhc bride of Mr. while air. Cocke attends n sales! stowe " Jlobte °' Porlagevillc, on meeting in at. Louis The" ulaii' cllllslmas morning at eight o'clock lo return lo their home' about '-—-"•• -• »i Jan. 15. Mrs. Bob Burns nnd Miss Mnry Frances Stacy will attend Ihe . , , Sugar Bowl Game between Tulanc nm ' scs training m Memphis, but university and Texas A. nnd M to ««« n "y "a* bucn emy^,. I be played in New Orleans Mondav shoe laclol 'y offices here. Mr. I Jnckic Jo)ui£on, of Caruthcrsvllle conducts a cleaning establishment in the Catholic church here, the Kev. Father p. ,1. Doyle performing the ceremony. Mrs. hobos, a KKfil liiah scnool ni-adir-it.;. tonk I has spent this week here will! 1 . ; at 'tngeville, where the couple ; Robert Berryman and at Dell with i wil '' eslclc ' his aunt, Mrs, Charles Armstroii" i M!ss Bui11 "' Caslleberry, dauzh- I He came Tuesday night with Rob- 5? r ot Mrs - Emma Castleberry, and in Ca- George Garrett, son of George Garrett, both of this city, I erl, who had been visitin | riilhersvllle. 1 Miss Doris Nichols o! Reiser is man ' lctl Sunday in the Methodist visiting her sister, Mrs. "o!> Chiles i churcn llcr °. t! »e Rev. W. L. Meyer Hostess To Bridge Club and oilier relatives here. " j performing the ceremony at 1:00 Mrs. Glynn White wns hostess to - Miss Sunshine Ucyd, of Pnvn- j lm - Tllc y were nttended by Mr, her Tuesday Bridgcteers Club and' 60"1<I. is spending the week end and Jirs - Brncc F| sher of this city, one sucst, Miss Christine Burnett hcrc witl) M|K > Alice Snliba. Both On 'Christmas Eve, Miss Lillian of Joncsboro, who is spending the S»' 1s at '« students nt Arkansas' Nlckclls . daughter oi Mr. and Mrs liclldnys here, at her home Tiles- , st nle college nt Jonesboro They L - El NI{ *cns of this city, nnd for day afternoon. I will be motored to school Sundav the past lew vcnrs ft nicinber of by Miss Vcrn Salibn. , ' i the grade school laculty, ami An-. J. B. Husbands niid Ivor Mor-1 Garln D ' Doss ol Dej > lo 3 c i Mo-, son rison will retum tonight from ! ° f lllc Rcv - antl Mrs - H - w - Doss, The htah h hrlt man of Circle Five, wns surprised! °V fn house which will be from with, a handkerchief shower nnd three lo five o'clock Sunday aflcr- Mrs.i Tyrone wilh n miscellaneous Iloon ' wi!l be nt the home of Mr. shower. -..;:• Christmas decbrntlons were used for'the meeting at wh'ich Mrs. Alfred Carpenter was a guest. Refreshments were served nfter tlic gifts were opened. Has Luncheon Party Mrs. iM. T. Burr entertained the Double'Four Bridge club with n luncheon at her home Thursday afternoon Instead o! the usual afternoon party. Besides the club members, she ban as her guests, Mrs. J. E Patterson, Mrs. W. T. Obersl and Mrs. VV. C. Thrnilkllt. tccond high lo Miss Bariiett, Bridge nwnrd went lo Mrs. Velmer | Campbell nnd traveling honors to Tne '"• Silver sprays and vases of holly decorated the living room where small tables were arranged for luncheon. Mrs. Raymond Smith was high scorer among the club members and Mrs. Thrailkill, among the guests in the games which followed • ' ' * • » Executive Board Meets Seventeen members of the executive- board of the Woman's Mis- sionnry Union of the First Baptist served chic crackers, Cai'uthersville Society—Personal lettuce, crackers, pickles, peel wilh whipped cream and cof- fcec. Evansville, Ind., for a visit with Dr i (verl; " MrrlecJ '» Dcsloge, the groom's nnd Mrs. F. L. Husbands befcre returning to Arkansas State college nt Jonesboro where they attend school. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wunderitch have sons' lo New Orleans for tfib Sugnr Bowl game between the father performing the ceremony at the Methodist pnrsonnge in Desloge. The groom is engaged in farming near that city, where the couple will reside. Miss Mac Patterson, daughter oi nnd Mrs. Patterson of-this <-«>b<ii JJUHI ^iiiui; uuiwecn inc ,1 . --- . — ,. football teams of Tulnne University I f, lty> w ' crc wcd !lere chrls( i n »s Eve, Mrs. Shan Pollard who has been «" d •"**« A - "* M. They were i > e «£' ^^f r *"^J™L°™:. nt the home of her parents nt No |»«o ra l»»>l«l by Mrs. Wunderlich's |" sm " lc ceremony 8 since she was returned from the)*™' Mr5 ' Estcllc cooke Vcllmor, | Wails hospilal two weeks ago was able lo be taken to her home al Ace Club Meets Tyler yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Ruby Lowcry of Blythevillc has returned hcmc after a weeks (visit here nt the bedside of her Mrs. Charles Oliver is slowly improving from a six- weeks' tit- ness. Miss Mary Helen Moore returned from Kennett Thursday night nfte score prize was won by Mrs. Ev- 5rclt Reeves, Jr. Mrs. Charles Walton bridgocd nnd Mrs. Joe Bob Coppnge of Braggadocio won lew. The members exchanged gifts, nnd A salnd and dessert course was served nt the close of tltc attcr- noon. Holiday Usnce Billy Rhodes entertained fifteen couples at n dance given at his home' edncsday evenim;. Out of .«.»«, met-at the home of Mrs.! town guests were Misscs'Laura and H. H. Brooks yesterday afternoon | Louise Grecr who arc visitinE in for the first, meeting of the new the Rhodes home until year - | Punch was served du ers, new presi- her first meet- Mrs James NlcVom wn* I.O.II.M sislcr - Mrs - AI l' hn Chnndler who l ' nvl »e visited her granciparcnts, tomemSofVlc^'Ace Chfb at 11^ " ns bccn scrl01 ^' »'• nlld «'"° "I?'-,,"", ^', "' A ' MBHBU( *- <""* Top Hat cafe W«mc?d"y H-U lra l lrovl »B » QW - Other --- ' lfflmllv f "'"' "»« «'«-"— ™"-i- , .*"•*" tt TV.TI-C /^Knllfllci^ Oi.Tiitn.i of Mrs. Chandler Sunday were Mr. nnd Mrs. Dan Chnndler of Lil- b:iirn. Mr. and Mrs. I. c. Bruce of Reiser. Ark., and A. Bnice of St. Louis. Mrs. Velmn Pullinm -is visiting her mother in law In Osceoln, i fflmll 5' [ °ur days. Miss June Workman, Jack Hale nnd Jack McCuls- ton motored up for her. Oliver W. Copperige, Irn Crawford, Leslie Mcorc, U. W. Moore and Joe P. Pride Jr., of Little Rock, left for New Orleans this morning lo attend the Sugar Boivl game Ark., the latter part of the week'I bctwccn TulB " c University and Mr. nnd Mrs. Sidney Miller Jr | Tcx «s A. nnd M., to bc played entertained with a dinner party (Ilere Monday. Tuesday in honor cf their houseguest, Harry Bndgett of San Diego, who is n cousin of Mrs. . Guests nl the dinner be-' Ihc guest of honor, were Mrs. n a n icc Tuesday Luncheon Club M Mrs. J. tnined McCullough enter- j members of the Tuesday' llnn 1 Luncheon club this week al her i dent, presided ovi Ing. Mrs. Brooks Is retiring president. Plans for the work of the new year were discussed by each of the new officers. Mrs. Walter Bishop and Mrs. Brooks offered prayers. Mrs. Travis Brooks assisted her 1 home nt Stecle TlTc sister in serving a salad plate with coffee to (he guests. • • * Kntcrtains Al Dinner Miss Josephine Shlblcy enler- lained seven guests at a dinner party at her hcme last night. Out of town guests were Miss N'orma Mae Saliba, formerly of El; Paso, Tex nnd now of Lepaulo, Jack Carrel I, Hu 8 h Holl who is visiting Miss Ediih George Kinder. Clco Allen WcstBl here with his wife nnd little daughter, Jancltc. who hnvn been staying witli their parents and grand- I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burl Cnste- *' B ''° VV " Wlls 8Cllins ln hls " cw 1>ositlon ns and other relatives here, and Miss Sunshine Boyd of Paragould, hcusegucst of Miss Alice Snliba. After the three course dinner. Chinese checkers and fiddle sticks were played. Prizes went lo Miss Martha Frances Stevens and Miss Saliba of Lepanto. ' Vases were given the guests as fa>ors. Has. Birlhdar Parly »».,„„•„ „„!, , , , • of his friends attended. home nt Stecle The occi*)o'n iv« ,.. pusiuon ns the club's annU cT,rS ° „?,? . IU ? 1 ' tvrlBn '" tllc C «l li '° l C11 5- T1>W and followingTuirkcv ZncTlie", ret " r " '° Wnsl ""« to » «' il1 ' members cJh.nMftf ^ I'™' "«<• *!?* 1?"!^ »«>'.l'on. B . ed Kifts High score nri?r in wcn hv >un bs •,„ . .. ,. MUa Mal ' 11 " 1 Bobbins of Lindcn- Mr. nnd Mrs. T. DeWitt Dodsoi tnc Bradley Miss Beth Argo, teacher in the Bidgeiy, Tcnn., liigh school, and of Akron, O., are tile guests oi Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Husbands for three days. T. L. Henton is undergoing examination at tlie Veterans' hospital In Memphis. Dr. and Mrs. Fred Child, nnd Miss Ann Fisher went lo Ln Grange, Tenn., llils miivning to attend Ihc funeral of Mrs. j. H. Sims, mother of Dr. Hunlcr C. Sims. They will be joined in West' Memphis by Miss Annabel Bryant of Little Rock, who will accompany them. Mr. and Mrs. Baker L, Wilson and daughter, Jane, of Somcrvllle. Tenn., arc spending several days here with friends. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mcorc of J. W. Beardslee, also of Hidgcly, were marrie<l here last Friday morning, the Rev. w. L. Meyer performing the ceremniiv nt Methodist parsonage here. The bride is the daugiiicr pi Mr. ana Mrs. R. U. Argo of Ridgcly. and Mr. Beardslec is the son of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Benrdslec of that city, nca.- which the couple will reside on a farm. At high noon, Sunday, Miss Mary Jane Ellis nnd Kenneth Asher, both of this city, were married at the Methodist parsonage bj the licv. w. L-. Meyer. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Corn Ellis ot this city, nnd the groom, a former Carulhcvsville high school grid star, is (lie son of Mr. and Mrs. John Asher of near this city. They will reside at >Hnyti. Mo., where the groom is associated with the Aslwr Electric Company. Mind' Your Manners -..- nnd Mrs. Ida Ashley spem the ivcck-rud In Mi. Mr. and Mrs, E, M. McCall and al ,,j'daughter. Becky and Judy, rr-lurn- dai:gliler. Dixie Jane.~linve"return- ! cti y^'crdny from Lexington, to their home in Chicago after Tclln - w »crc they hnd attended in Citnitticrsvillc- Inst nlglil. Mrs. Wocdrow Siiclton Tcsi your knowledge of correct social usngc by answering the following questions, then clicckinu against , the amhorilnlivc answers below: 1. Should a woman dining with n iran in a restaurant give her order dirc:lly to Ihc waller? 2. WJicii iwo men arc eating together in n restaurant, what Is Ihe pr;ccrtiire? 3. Would it. be considered rude of a young man ( o tell his date that her slip l. s .showing? 4. If a girl and man are waiting for a rub. mid one comes along, Miss Pc-iiiljr, McCnimi' ;f Mr- Miss and • refreshments of birthday cake and aunah ice cream. Compliments : Mr. and Mrs. B."p. Brogdou Jr. .tlitertaincd .r£.''guc$l<i «Uli a mo party nl tlicir home night In compliment to their house- for eueste. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pitt- "abode of peace, Roman ccnalove wcrc appointed •>• life and c.vpcllert from olnce only lor tome dishonorable cause. It Is .said lhat Jerusalem dcvivtd (its name from Mrs. Uc;\rs 1'cliard At The Hospitals W'lls hospital Mrs. W, Leon Smith, cily, milled Baby Glernla Lee Smith, citv admitted. Jessie Oldham. cily. dlsmUscd. r.lylhcvillr hospilal Mr.v. r. K. sweet, Lcaciivillc, admitted. Marcus ("tallies, cily. admitted. Tliehnn i« C e. city, admitted. Miss Ora Sue Katon. city, di;,missed, Memphis ISaplist hoipilal Harriet Hawkins. CarulhcriAtilc. admitted. Mrs. C. W. Afflick and son, Charles, went lo Memphis today In meet Miss Mary Jean Aflllck who has bccn visiting her aunt in Helena for sevcrnl days. Mrs. W. B. Tanner, of Hrfcna. Is ad-1 expected to arrive this nliornoon |lo spend a week with her mother,;other's (b) r-o im t n thn door and rinc the bell? Answers 1. No. To the man wilh whom she is dming. 2. Each Kivcs his order (o the .vniter. Kvon though one is the K KIK8T METHOULST OHUKCl! Corner Main & Seventh E. B. Williams, prtstor Church school. D:45 a.m. S. GniTctt, superintendent. Morning worship 10:56 a.m. Message: "An Appeal to the Future." Evening worship 7:30 p.m. Auction: "A Boy for Sale." We will be glad to have you come and see what we are offered for him. Ser vice is especially for young peo Die Iji tend. . everybody is invited to at 0:00-11:30 eacli morning the pastor will be in liis study to see anyone who wishes to counsel with him. Stephen's and Calvary churches st this time, those making arrangements for his visit said. Jesus went about all Special New Year's Eve Program Planned . »..» lr ° r "'e annual New Year's Eve - — Galilee, service at (he First Baptist church leaching in their .synagogues, nnd ll 'is year, an unusual program is' pleaching the gospel of the kini;- 1)ein B arranged, the Rcv, Alfred dom, and healing nil manner of Carpenter, pastor, announced to- distnse among the people." Mat- day. I hew 4:23. . , ' ™« program will follow the ree- Ihe csson-Sermon also includes ma,- church service Sunday night Uie olIowmB passages from the From 9:00 until 9:45 oSk, here Chralian science textbook. "Set- wm bc glou , fellowlnK per ods >0>K ***?$ by' Don ity and error, for light and dark-' 66 1CI ntss cannot dwell logeiher." Pai;e; ™"' S:4S 'o K>-'*5 o'clock, a 474. " I religious clinic will bn held in Ihe A Christian Science program will au <"U>rium wilh Howard Frisby as he broadcast next. Wednesday, Jan. lleilder - Mls « Wynettc Shepherd will :i, al 1:46 p.m. over KLCN. F1HST BAPTIST CllUItCIl Walnut at Eighth licv. Alfred Cnrpcnler, paslur Sunday: 9:30 n. in. Sunday school. 10:40 a. m. Morning worship— Special nmsic: Anthem and duet. Sermon—"Passing Opportunity." 6:30 p. m. Training union. 1:30 p. in. Evening worship- . . special music: Solo. Sermon— "The Last Invitation." . Monday 7:30 p.m. Hegular meet of the Board of Stewards. ,. lend in Hie congregational singing, for which L. T. Moore'Jr,,'will bc organist. Miss Mary Jo Buchanan will read the scripture nfter which a rcprrl of (lie Dare Do Right club will be given by Miss Doris Dclk. Mr. Frisby will speak on the "World Wide Evangelistic Cru- fcade," Miss Bonnie Jeanne Buch- nnmi on "Four Mistakes of the Modem Soul Winner", nnd Miss Vivian. Vickcrs on "Four Sure Marks of a Soul Winner." Special music is also being planned for Ihls session. Refreshments will bc served from . Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Bible study —Life of Christ. Thursday 7:30 p.m. Choir practice. Sunday 0:45 p.m. The Young People will meet in their respective departments. TKMI'LE ISRAEL Herman I'ollack, Itabbi 1:30 yjn., Sunday- school classes will bo in session. 3 p.m., Services lo usher in the New Year, 1910. The sermon topic will bc: "Farewell to tlie Thirties," which will attempt to single out the positive nnd constructive contributions of the decade that is ending. A cordial invitation is extended lo all those interested. 8:30 p. m. Baptismal service. Wednesday-All Church Night. I .n"/:","'",",™ 1 * wlu Dc ECrved rrom 7:30 p. m. Departmental meet-I' 0 ' 4 , 5 to '^5 o'clock. Mrs. G. R. s Carter is the chairman of the committee in charge. The watch (service will begin al 11:15 o'clock and continue-until 12 o'clock. Roy Porter will lead the singing. Miss Nadra Berryman will read tlie scripture and the pastor will speak briefly on "Your Desire". A baptismal service nnd an Inter- ccsslonal period will conclude (lie service. The committee In charge ot j aeccrations is as follows: Miss Odessa McOhee, chairman; Bill' Brnwly, Miss "Jeanne Cnrlock, Ben 7:30 p. m. Mid-week service. 8:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal. BAPTIST CHATKL Lilly Street S):30 a. in. Sunday school. 10:30 a. in. Preaching service. Sanders. Head Ccurler News want. ads. C'AKI) OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends for LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH F. M, Sweet, pastur 0:45 a.m. Church school. Iverson Morris, superintendent. 10:45 n.m,, Preaching service. 6:30 p.m. Young People's meetings. 7:30 p.m., Preaching service. 1:30 p.m., Wednesday. Mid-week prayer service. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CllUItCIl Matthew A. Curry, rector Evening prayer and sermon nt 7:30 ».ni. Church school meets al 10:00 a.m. CAL.VAHV EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Osccola Matllicw A. Curry, priesl-in-charge Morning prayer and sermon nt 11:00 a.m. Text, "And the child] grew, and waxed strong, filled with wisdom. . ." I..U.YOHA AIETHODIST CHUKCII U. K. L. licarclcii .lr., pastor Church school at 10:00 a.LI. Mrs. Sue Brown, general superintendent. Morning worship at 11:00 a.m. The pastor will use as his sermon subject, "The Windowsill or Hcnv- en." A Christian Resolutions service will be held at five in the afternoon. Tills is a worship service in which ail members and friends of the church should participate. Each age group will be represented on the program. Spiritual resolutions will be made for the new year. Tlie Young People's League, will intel at seven o'clock for New Year's social and worship program. Episcopal Bishop To Visit Here January 7 j d_eIcration S1 Ts Plans nre being made for Ihe visit of Bishop R. Blnnd Mitchell, Episcopal Bishop of Arkansas, | Sunday. Jan, 7, when he will ccn- j duct nn Institution Service at the ! St. Stephen's Episcopal church. A union service Is being planned "- """ iu UIUIIK our inenas lor at 11 o'clock, and since it is -an their floral offerings nnd kindnesses unusual service, many people are j shown us during our recent bc- expecled to come as guesls of St. renvement. Especially do we ap- Stephen's church, the Rcv. Mat-1 predate the service of Dr. C. E, thew A Curry, rector, said today. | Wilson. " At one o'clock Sunday afternoon, j Ml 's- J- W. Tomlinson and family, members of St. Stephen's Vestry akng with the men of Calvary! church, \vlio are on the executive i committee, will entertain Bishop ] Mitchell and Ihe Rev. Mr. Curry at the Hotel Nobie. Mrs. Robert Stockett of 1311 SATURDAY Henry Goes to Arizona will be glad to see members cf' St. | Ciirinun A Serial "1'liaiitom Creeps" West Hcarn street, will.have open house for Bishop Mitchell between three and five o'clock. The Bishop CU13UCH OF CII1UST West Main al Highway Cl Dentuu M. iVcnl, evangelist Lord's Day Services: 9:45 a.m. Bible study. 11:00 a.m. Preaching. 11:45 a.m. Communion. 6:30 p.m. Young People's meeting. 7:30 p.m. Preaching. Mid-week services: 7:45 p.m. Wednesday. Bible study and song practice. 2:30 p.m. Thursday. Ladies' Bir class. Radio services, KLCN: Daily from 12:16 to 12:30 o'clock except Sunday from 2:30 to 3:15 o'clock. You arc cordially invited (o oach of our services. You will find a :icavty welcome with us. Mrs. T. J. Mnhnu, and family. Mrs. M. T. Burr is .spending today in Osceoln wllh her mother, Mrs. J. W. Thrallkill. Mrs. K. L. Jones, Toby Lens, Carl Uatisko, fxiwnrrt Davh. K V - crctl Ciaig and O'Neal Crnlg spent yesterday hi Memphis with 11. C. "Chuck" Long, whn is cvilically ill ;tl the Memphis Baptist hospital.' He wns given n. transfusion yes- j and wat resting bctlcr gucsi. 3. Nc>. •I. No. She should let him hail it, 5. No! Bc.U "What Would You Do" solu- Read Ccurlcr News want aii). r , „ „ (when the group left in the ullcr- •:• L, H8iri.,c>n. Joinrr. admitted, i noon Jlcinpiiis SI. JoMiih's hcspilHl J Mrs. .1. w. Dunn Jr.. will rduni Mrs Anna Drake, Cnvulhmvillc,, lo her home in Union Cily Trim aclmlttcd ' i tomorrow after having Cbt'si-K 0(icn Jan. 1st Shortliaiid. liookkrcpiu?, Typiiij Mi>. I,. Ji. Kurncllr 1010 llrjtrn I'lioiic S'M-W ItKISTIAX SCIKNCK SKKVICBS 116 S. Broadway "Christ Je.sus" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be all churches and Societies REMEMBER LEFTY'S Service Station for Magnolia Mobiloil and Mobilgas Now Managed by Waiter Cox, Jr. and E. M. Murray See Us For Anti-Freeze! TRY THIS FINE RECIPE FOR PINEAPPLE Make a sweet biscuit dough with our fine flour . -. . using butter ns shortening and imiK to make dough. Roll nnd cut in circles. Top with half pineapple ring spread with butter . . . sti- gnr . . . and cinnamon. Fold over and crimp. In practically no time you have pineapple turnovers. You'll recognize the excellence of our Jlour lor baking. SH18LEVS BEST FLOUR AT YOUR GROCER SUN. & MON. Paramount Ncire & Coined) OXY LAST TIMES TODAY WYOMING OUTLAWS The Three Mcsquitecrs. Cartoon & Serial "Kit Carson." SUN. & MON Fox News & Comedy LISTEN TO KLCN 11:00 a.m.'—12:45 p.m. —4:30 p.m. I'lione Kill 221 Thone Rosy 33S % 'Tin going lo slart Ihc New Tear rig'M by sending all My injf and laundry lo ih'c II I, Y f H Ii V I L I, K ' STEAM IAUXDKY. They do hntter work!" For Better Laundry and Dry Cleaning •»*;

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