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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 6, 1940
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P.AGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, • (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Missionary -Society, First Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's Missionary society, Lake Street Methodist church, meeting ••with Mrs, F. M. Sweet, 2:30 o'clock. Woman's Council, First Christian church, meeting with Mrs. George W. Barham, 2:30 o'clock. Executive board, Woman's Auxiliary, having luncheon meeting 12:30 o'clock with Mrs. Znl B. Harrison to be followed at 2:30 o'clock by meetings of Circle One with Mrs, Byron Morse, Circle Two with Mrs. J. A. Sallba; Circle Three with Mrs. Russell Ctimp- bsll; and Circle' Four at 7:30 o'clock with Miss Era Wright. Circle One, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Roy Head; Circle Two, Mrs. Theodore Ltah; Circle Three, Mrs. Tom W. Jackson; Circle Four, Mrs, C. E. Edds; Circle Five, Mrs, Walter Bishop; Circle Six, Mrs. W. W. Walson Sr. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. C, P. Tucker and-'Mrs. W. A Affllek entertaining Charlevoix chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, one o'clock, Hot-si Noble. .Order of Eastern Star having stated meeting, 7:30 o'clock at the Hall. Mrs. J. W. Adams Sr., entertaining Si-Monthly Bridge club. City Contract club meeting with Mrs. Jessee Stilt. Mrs. Hunter C. Sims entertaining Tuesday Bridge club. Tuesday club meeting with Mrs. Ma;; B. Reid. Miss Virginia Martin having Double G. club.- Mrs. A. G. Hall enlevtalning Tuesday Contract club. Business and Professional Woman's Circle, First Methodist church, meeting 7:30 o'clock at the church. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Matt Monaghan entertaining Bi-Monthly Luncheon club. Mrs. A. Conway and Mrs. Marion Williams entertaining Chapter D of the P. E. O. Sisterhood nt the Conway .home. Town anci Country club meeting with Mrs, J. W. Parker. Mrs. Charles Langston Jr. hav- FLAPPER FANNY cope, mocv HU SERVICE. IK. r. u. RIO. v. 5. p«. orr. L 'G?e, this is tough work!—the icicles arc just pourin' ofl'si Charm Classes Put End To Co-Eds Date Bureau Osceola Society—Personal J;tnc Weal hers by Honored Beginning the series of attractive pre-miptla) parlies to be given In honor of Miss Jane Weuthcrsby, whose marriage to John H. Donaldson, Jr,, of Little Rock nm! Walnut Ridge is set fcr Jan. 31, was the bridge party given by Mrs. Joe Rhodes and Miss Catherine Harwell in the Rhodes homo Thursday night for three tables of players. Green and silver predominated In the decorations with green and silver bells arranged with bank ol ferns on the mantel. Smaller sliver wedding bells were used as centerpieces on the Individual tables. Miss Geraldine Llslon was high scow nnd Mrs. Joo Cullom,' Jr., second high. Miss Weathcrsby was presented matched linens attractively wrapped In bridal paper and tied with a hugh while satin b'cw the streamers of which were held with tiny silver wedding hell slickers. Among the other interesting parties planned for Miss Weathersby in January arc the lingerie shower to be given by Mrs, L. W. Wallers Jr., on nc.xt Wednesday night; a shower by Mrs. Joe Cullom Jr.. at Wilson; a miscellaneous shower and bridge party by Mrs. Tim Boles, and the formal 'dinner to be given by Lillian a. Ayrcs for Miss Wcalhersby and Mr. Donaldson, Itcturn From Bridal Trip Mr. and Mrs. Allen Segraves returned Thitisdny night front a nv i»ii«ii>n ,,,,,^77 (wedding trip to Now Orleans, nnd 11 -I i> oi (fff>c ' r ' r:s '"^1 and charming" than ever bo-!Ciulfpovt, Miss. They attended the rv^M 5 , > Ul ' |1<!s l">nili!nl fore; thai clinched the cHort to Sugar Bmvl football game on New uttUbiJ, Utah (UP) — Charms unseat date bureaus from their Years Day in the former city • and belief In nn old adage have social Ihruic, Miss Stewart said. I Mrs. Segraves is Ihe former pushed date bureaus oIT the Weber , Miss Sloivurt explained she had ' Marlon Cromer, whose marriage ooueBc campus, according to pretty a busy time rounding up male occurred on December 28 at the i(in bleirart, now H physical edu- prom partners for ardent but un- .Presbyterian Church cation instructor but a year ago demonstrative co-eds nnd dates for! Mr. and Mrs. Segraves are at me Miment malinger of a busy shy sophomores while she was op- home en their farm north of Lux- tiraclqiiarlcrs. (eratfng the "matches made and ora In the Double Bridges com- Miss Stewart, who frankly ad- guaranteed" headquarters. Freckle Fooler SATURDAY; JANUARY'VIE CHURCH NEWS sags: This mask .wouldn't be much good in a gas attack but it fights off. freckles effectively. Dark glasses and a "breather pipe" make for comfort in tins freckle- proof sun mask worn in Miami, Fla., by Mary Jane Dognan. boa,rd meeting at 2:30 o'clock. • : '-THURSDAY'S EVENTS .' . Elliott -.Fletcher 'chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, meeting 2:30 'o'clock, with Mrs. *A. M. : Butt. ' • •••'<•'•••:••••:•. • Mrs. W. L. Homer entertaining Mid-Week Bridge, club. Delta Coi\trnct chib meetMg with Mrs,, Fred Rutherford. Mrs, Carroll F. Blakcmore having Thursday Contract club. Double Four Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford. Thursday Luncheon .club meet- in g with Mrs. R. P. Kirshner. these clays supplies al the more "calchlcss" days for the pin-. Club farther on their tour of South'; i womanly attributes — all ing heart of a young freshman or America al their January meeting essential _ but one, nnrj n goal part of thai, a soyhlstiwited sophomore, ami this week, describing In detail the ' ' . , , g n ea e i i ncnomcnnllj -or through their you don't huvc to wait until prom background, culture and Industrie'*' classes irj dancing where they ac- time ccmes to be caught by one of of .Argentina and Chile qun-e poise ami grace, or in nrt these capricious but serious co-eds. ' Violin, accordiai and' inslnimcn- il ™ i ,?J , ?, W Ke °f m } l J c , tv ! lly ; Dftto 'wans have vanished. i Uil musical numbers with South „„,„„ , ... ,. _. the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wcems. Mrs. Harry Driver \vil leave Sunday morning for New Orleans to resume her wcrk at Tulane University. She will be'accompanied to .Memphis by her sister, Mrs. Harlis Parks of Union tity, Tcnn., who has been her houseguest during the Christmas holidays. Mrs. D. R. Werla nnd Miss Catherine Harwell will go to Memphis, Satin-day. Both Mrs. Werta nud Miss Harwell are doing graduate study in music with Miss Lfliiisc Mercer of Memphis. is gained—the co-eds at Wober College this year arc "more benii- secrct ls B(!ll | ng down t 0 ; American titles, or written by !\1l)ir Miff earth. Miss Stewart said. South American composers, tvere , A class In personality nnd lash- given by Joan Laney, Mary Vlr- imx in «„, iT ri , Sl lon 5l| l>p!tes the foundation. In glnla Segraves. and Mrs D. R urn Jo llargell and Miss Marjoine nu nnd music appreciation' studies, Werlz. 5Sl '™-e.1s acquire Hoard lo Have Luncheon Members of Ihe executive board of the Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church, will be entertained with z luncheon MomU, afternoon at the home of Mrs. Zal B. Harrison at 12:30 o'clo:x by five of the officers. Mrs. Harrison as president of the Auxiliary, R. C. Allen as vice president, Mrs. D. C. McLean as secretary, Mrs. George W. Dillahunty as treasurer anci Mrs. James B. Claik as historian will be hostesses for the nffnir. Circle meetings will follow at 3:30 o'clock. Circle One will meet with Mrs. Byron Morss, Circle Two with Mrs. J. A. Saliba and Circle Three with Mrs. Russsll Campbell. Circle Four will meet al 1:30 o'clock with Miss Era Wright. * t c Miss Sartie Council Is \\«l in llulcville Home. Miss Sadie Clark Council, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. rt. E. Council, became the bride ol Fr-5 1 ! Lilienthal Levy of Montgomery. Ala., son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidnsy Levy of Montgomery in a siivjle ring ceremony Wednesday in tl>- l-.ome of the bride's parents El nuleville, Miss. The bride, who was educated nt Grenada college, formerly veskU-.l licie. Mr. Levy is n graduate of the University ol Alabama and Harvard. Mr. and Mrs. Levy will make t'neir homc in Montgomery where Mr. Levy is in business with his father. Has Diiincr Party. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hnur.iiins entertained members of the Mul- Wee Bridge dub and iheir husbands with a novel dinner party last night when the Leap Y"ir tcheme was carried out. After dinner partners were- c»- taincd by matching pictures. !he women, in keeping with the Lsap Year ctislom, served Ihe m°n and made every effort lo see that they enjoyed the party. Cn the small tables at which the guests were sealed, the ims- less had arranged red and white carnations. Bridge gatnes followed dinner. Mrs. w. L Homer received the high score prize among the women and Hatry W. KaUws amonj the men. Intornul Firly A red was used in the decorations Fhlcli was an "Merry Mix-Up" nltalr. Miss Mays received with Ray- taste for "real Guests were Mrs. E. W. Packard- any male of Camdcn. Arkansas; Mrs. p. J. . , , the "finer Semmes, and Mrs. Joe Hhocles. •'! 3 ' S 10me - Hcl , tlllllgs; " Ell e lis '' s t"".V and speech i Hostesses were Mrs. Majy Spaim ; " ClaS5K ' Cf coufsc - nclrt to lhls - Mta Nellic Ora V. Mrs. Ida Tucker ,,,. , i \.\j-t,.ia uwuuui; « liibie ^ Ihe dance ivas preceded by an beauty" which overcomes nnm\lA n* 7v*i,-_ 7i « i i _. ^ 11" *-'J llJ5L.U561Jlg ome. Hot things;" English study a c served, jclasscs, cf course, acid I us fcr the/•molhwcrnft" and eventually all son. Mrs. S. M. Hodges, Mrs. J. H. Informal realize the effectiveness of "good, Hook, Mrs. c. M. Harwell. ' mond Blckerstaff, Miss Jones with results o plain cooking," she added. Miss Stewart weighed possible'Gives Hlrtlulny I'.-rty Mrs. Ed Hamptcn was hostess to George Cross Sr., Mr. nnd Mrs. E.. R Jones Amoi)ii"iiiP r.,,i nf were Mi« Evelv,, Babar-, Wilif, Mi« WIIKS, MISS J" sl before the spving dance 'or the table. , . (arc convention themes. j In the Utinco games that fot- In 8 «- ' U l511 ' 1 lv »Sht by yourself. e irh, ' lowed supper. Mrs. J. L. Wccms r ,' » all i' mol ' c - Tllc aigrttefi boily which was given u white modernistic Lcina Ann 5 pi,i lsO rs the conquest of hearts Is lor highest score, vase Bits of News (Vloslly .Personals j Mrs. T. M. Nenl Is ill of inlliicnra 11 at her home on ,Y>h street. Mrs. Eddie Rcgcnolcl. Mrs. To i the good Itmc—preferably a man. | PolittCb has its part in swain Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bradley. pursuit. The women's group ma-I Ain "'R the Sick ncuvers stag dances to which | J- L. Williams, who has tpaiacloxicallyl students with dates >< c l )l hi bed for several days the ! nre not admitted. But the slag af- B nsl week, is able to be out again. | fairs give nil n chance lo catch j M ''s. Abncr Oliver has been quite up on their homework. jill for the pnst week. Miss Stewart did net explain I Justus Edrmgton had Ihe mis- whclhor physical education, home 'fortune (o cut his finger pracllr- cconomics and music Instructors ally oil while grinding «n>.s,u'e act as dance chaperons lo check, Wednesday night. Several stitches _ .,^ i iti ^ iw|i "!' c" their .students' practical use were ni-co.ssary to stive It. Phillips and Mrs.'o~E !v.'cx>-o':ire °' llle lr((inl ng they receive.! R - W. Morris, who luis been ill "~ " today iu Memphis' ' i trades were nnother uncliscusscd, at his home on Highway 40 with . L. L. Ward, who underwent operation a lew weeks , ar. ' nn .itlnck of bionchilis and deep " Y «." she smllini:ly concluded, 'cold. Is Improved. vnlescing si his home. 901 West I'* llilc " lc ol(l ^'mg 'hat girls i Miss Hayes Littleton is 111 with : -Main street. only so lo college to i;et married. is'"" u " "'"' bronchitis at hc r Demonstration Club Nc\vs Notes I'lub (o 11 MI 'Ihe Yarbro Homc Demonstration club will mnet in Iho home of Mrs. Mrs. Elma Aichilllon has rclurn-! " :l ctmsid<;1 'M true, it might well iV. from Memphis where shr sp?nt i bc -" the Christmas with her daughters, Mrs. ti. u. Roy. and I , —~ : Mrs. B. L. (Jreen. Mij:> Wnn;la .Smilli ha, ,; on e to Kjyeltcvlllc where Mi C attends the University of Arkansas. Sue had -pent the holUl:i.!. brie with her iwrei-.U, Mr. and Mrs. j. D. smith. Mr. and Mrs. Homer s Css»v and daughter. Grace, ol Ciar'ks- dale, Mir>s., lett Wctlncsdiy i;or their home after having spent the New Year week end here with Mr. Casey's niece, Mrs. c. A. Tanl. George w. Durham. H. C. "Chuck" Lena will i )r ro- Wapt»t hospital in ni^ ivmiuhncc to Ins home al.lls West Kentucky a\cnuo. His condilion is much im proved. -Mr. and Mr*, Parrocr linalaiitl west ol Luxora. Mrs. N. V. Faulkner is ill at her home. Miss Mary Alice Stephens, who was operated upon al the Method- [ 1st Hospital in Memphis last week for appendicitis, will be bronchi; home this week. j Mrs. Sallie J. Lynn is .seriously ! ill nt the IK me ol hcr daughter ' Mrs. Tal Tongate. j Mrs. John Wright of Jaoksoii- jvillc was taken to thp Melliiidis" JKospilnl Wednesday. Rev. Curry Will .Be Installed As Rcclor Tom oi 1 row The Rev. Myron Morlcv, rector of St. Mark's church, of Jonesboro. ami a delegation from tint church together with a, large group from the Osceola Calvary Episcopal church will be present for the formal institution of the Rev. Matthew A. Curry as rector of St. Stephen's parish "by the Rt. Rev. n. Bland Milchell, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas, tomorrow morning at the church. The service of Institution and Holy Communion will be at 11 o'clock. • This service will be followed nt one o'clock by n dinner In honor of Bishop Mitchell and the newly instituted rector. The ailair is being given by the vestrymen of St. Stephen's church ,-irul the men on the executive committee of Calvary church at Osceola. The vestry Is composed of E. A. Stacy. J. A. Chapin. O. O. Hardaway, W. B. McMullin. A, Vance, J. D. McDowell, r. Jvoury. The executive committee" of Calvary church. OMcola, is composed ol W. W. PrewiH. n. Madden, W. E. Hunl. Mrs. T. p. Perkins and Mrs. J. Lnvewoll. At The Hospitals Klytlitvillr Hospital ' Wesley Rogers. Cnrutlicrsvillc. dismissed. iUrs. r. R. Swci-l. Lcacliville, dismissed. Walls Unspital Mrs. w. Loon Smith, clly, ad- milled. Elmer Anderson, Calron, Mo., )Un I'IKST CHKISTIAN CUUKCH Main al SLvlJi (Jco. IV. Patterson, minister Bible school. Uussel! Barham • suiierintcndent. | 11:00 a. m., worship, preaching a Revival", will be the sermon' thcmo. 7:30 p. m., worship and preach- Ing. "Joy Over Those Who iie- pent 1 will be the sermon theme. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., singing and Bible study at the church. We most cordially Invite the puWio. Strangers In our city especially invited. We'll try to "make ; S'ou glad you came our way. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SEIIVICES' • 110 S. Broadway GOD Is the subject cf the Lesson-Sermon which will be rend In all Churches and Societies of Ihe Church of Christ. Scientist on Sunday, January 1, 1340. The Golden Text is: "Ye shall knoiv th,u i am j n the midst ot Israel, and that I am the Lord your God, and none else." Joel 2:21. Among the citations which comprise the Lesscn-semion Is' the following from Ihe Bible: "Who would not fear thec, O King ol ! nations? For lo thce dolh it appertain; forasmuch as among all I the wise men of the nations, and In all their kingdoms, there is none like unto thee." Jeremiah 10:7. The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy: "Divine metaphyslc, as revealed to spiritual understanding, shows denrly that all Is Mind,- and thai Mind is God, omnipotence, omnipresence, omniscience—that is. all power, all presence, all Science" Page 275. FIUST PRESBYTERIAN CHUKCH James A. Overhclscr, Minister Church school 9:45 n. m Morning worship 11:00 a. m Communion service, theme. "Renewing Our Sense Of The Sacral" Young People's mecling e:30 p. Evening worship 1:30 p. m. theme "Preparing For The Best." Midweek prayer service Wednesday, 1:30 p. m. Choir practice Wednesday 8'15 p. in. If you are looking for a Church Home, ccmc! We can help you; If you are looking for Church Work, come! You can help us. FIRST CHUitCH OF THE NAZARENE J. L. Woohnan, pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. E. L Evans,-•superintendent. 11:00 a.m: Morning worship Sermon subject, "Waiting on the Lord." 6:45 p.m. N. Y .P. S. Mrs. Mildred Mayo in charge. 7:30 p.m. Evening service. Sermon .subject, "The Great, Invitation." Mid week prayer service Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock. TEMPLE ISRAEL Herman I'ollack, rabbi 1:30 p.m. Sunday school classes will meel. 3:00 p.m. Services. Sermon topic, "The Modern Jew's Vie.v ot Jesus." The discussion will on based on the recent work. "The Nazarene," by Sholem Asch. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. "Healing . Wounds . ..." Communion, Evening worship T:30 p.m. Message: "Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit." (This Is the first ot a series ol messages from the Beatitudes.) 9:00-11:30 each morning the pastor will be in his stud, to see anyone who wishes to counsel wilh him. Wednesday 7:TO p.m. Bible study —Life of Christ. Thursday 1:30 p.m. Choir practice. Sunday 0:45 p. m , TI JC Young People will meet in their respective departments. With votlonal and Mrs, C. O.' Etchison ,'wns leader of the program.'A talk 'on New Year's resolutions was given by Mrs. George Bunch, and I Mrs. Etchison. nnd Mrs. Ross Moore dismissed the group with prayer. Mrs. Burnam, assisted by Mrs, Swain, served a dessert course wit!) cakes nnd colfee. TJio next mecling will be in the home cf Mrs. W, A. Harris Wednesday, Jan. 10. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH 8:45 a.m. church school, Iverson Morris.. superintendent. 10:45 a.m. Preaching service. G',30 p.m. Young People's meeting. 7:30 p.m. Preaching service: 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, prayer service. « Peggy Jones. Miss 'Mildred al ; Ellb aidltorTmn Otthc4jllrew noon in ' c 1)( m . m y the of cm to To Install Officers Cftlcers of Ihe Dcg\\ooct Homc D:monhtraUon r Uib will be installed Wednesday aiUiuoou Jan. to, at two o'clock at the club he-use. M'-_5 J. A. Payu* 3 ud \v> Mar- ,.^ ri r. ' "«• 5a '« - and . baby sou. .). L. Wccms III, , w i spending llils week In Truman with , , 1s '" bp<1 al Jr., is til at her Memphis Methodist hospilal Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jo Wright, Haj-ti. a son. Memphis SI. .toscnh's hnsrtilal Mrs. R. L. Hampton. Caruthcrs ville, admitted. Try Our of Our Delirious PIG SANDWICHES Oie Hickory. Inn Arrnss I'rnin High School LUXORA METHODIST CHURCH R. E. L. Bcarden Jr., junior Church school at 10:00 a.m. Mrs. Sue Brown, general superintendent. Morning services at 11:00 a.m. The pastor will use for his subject "Go<! in the World About Us." 'Hie Young People will meet at 0:00 p.m. Evening services at 7:00 p.m. Subject for discussion: "When the Fist Fails to Work. Try the. Open Hand," CHURCH OF CHRIST Main and Division I>?nton M. Neal, minister Lord's Day services: G:-15 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: 1:45 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 Sunday from 2:30 to 3:15 o'clock. You are cordially Invited to each of our services. You will tlnfl a hearty welcome with us. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH H. J. Klcindienst, puslor Divine worship 9:45 a.m. Sermon topic: "Seeking Christ tor Our Salvation." Sunday school 10:45 a.m. The Lutheran Hour over 135 stations. Try KLCN 3:30 or WREC 4 p.m. Advanced class on Christian Fundamentals meets 2:15 p.m. We preach "a Changeless Christ for a Changing World," and invite you lo hear this message. ST. STEPHEN'S EI'JSCOi'AI. CHURCH M. A. CuiTy, rcclor First Sunday afler Epiphany: Church school meets at 10 a.m. under the supervision of John D. McDowell. 11:00 ajn. Holy Communion and • service ot institution. Choir rehearsal Saturday at 7:00 j p.m. Mrs. E. R. Mason urges full ecoperalion in Ihe preparation of a beautiful musical program for the Sunday morning service. New Liberty News ;ntcrlaiiw Hirthday Cluti Mrs. Walter Wood entertained members of the Birthday clutT'wlth Christmas party at her homo recently. Bingo was played before gifts were exchanged. A salad plate with fruit cake and coffee was served. The next meeting will be at ' the home of Mrs. Clyde Armantrout, Tuesday, Jan. le. Fred Annantrout has returned to his home at Camden, Tcnn., afler having spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde' Armani rout, and family. Mi;, and Mrs. Floyd Pcndren'and daughter have returned to their home at Sardis, Miss., after having silent the holidays here wilh relatives. Miss Opal Garratt is spending the week nt West Memphis with her Bister, Mrs. 'J' .W. Steward nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Thompson have moved to Calumet-to moke their home. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Aycack have returned to their home at More- IKIUEU, Mo., after having visited Mr. Ayccck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Aycock .and family. CARD OK THANKS The family of the late Addis Pierce wishes to express its sincere appreciation for the kindness shown during his recent illness and death. SATURDAY noy FULL GOSPEL CHURCH Lilly and Vine Streets A. A. Jenkins, pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. Handley-, superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. li:30 p.m. P. Y. p. A. Bertha Ford, president. T:45 p.m. Evangelistic service. The Rev. Prank Massnrano will be In charge of both services. The revival will continue throughout the week. Souls are finding God at every service. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut at Eighth Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor Sunday: , ; 9:30 a.m. Sunday school. 10:40 a.m. Morning worship. Special music: Anthem and solo. Sermon subject: "What Christ is to All Men." Observance of Lord's Slipper—Broadcast KLCN. 6:30 'p.m. training Union. 1:30 p.m. Evening 1 worship. Special music. Sermon subject: "What Christ is to Me." Wednesday^-AIl-Clnirch Night 7:00 p.m. Departmental meetings 1:30_i).ii). Mid-week prayer service 8:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal. Cartoon & serial 'Phantom"Creeps' SUE &MON....' BAPTIST CHAPEL . Lilly streel 9:30 a.m. Sunday school. 10:40 a.m. Preaching service. CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHURCH OSCEOLA Alattlieu- A. Curry, priest-m-chaigc Henry Patterson is in charge of transportation for the union service in Blyrheville Sunday. All members of Calvary church are requested to tc present at this service. Those of yon who have no means of getting into Blythcvillc will pleas? notify Mr. Patterson so that proper airangemenls might be made. al Sloryand Scieon Play by Caiey VYiUc& Diiecltd by GEORGE D. SEITZ Paramount iy effA presents the. four major Bowl Football games played on New Year's Day, .1'aramoiiiit .Veils & Comedy ROXY LAST TIMES TODAY Arizona Kid Hoy Rogers & George Hsyes .Cartnim i Serial "Kit Carson" SUN. & WON. Yarbro News W, M. S. Meets Eight members of the Woman's Missionary .society of the Yarbro Mcthcdist church and live guests, Mrs. Eliza Gaincs and Mrs, Burnam. . Gecrge Swam gave the tie- iw^&Qm^Lf&xi" Fov News & .Cornell)LISTEN TO KLCN 11:00 a.m. —12:45 p.m.— 4:30 p.m. Tlione Ritz 2Z4 Phone Roxy 333 Safe - - Accurate Your Prescription Driigsi; Fowler Drug Co, members arc Maill iV . lw ^^ bundry-Cleaners For Prompt Laundry Cloiiuiug Service FIRST SIKTHODIST CHUKCH Corner Main aiul 7lh slrcels E. K. Williams, paslor Church school 9:45 a.m. S. K. Garrett. superintendent. , Morning worship 10:55 a.m. An-! them—"How Lovely is Zion." Mes- . RKMBMBER LEFTY'S Service Station for Magnolia tllobihil and Mobilgas Now Managed by Waller Cox, Jr. and E. M. Murray See Us For Anti- Freeze! For Better Laundry and Dry Cleaning

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