The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 1, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE-TOO COUIMEU-NEWS Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Social Calendar Monday Mrs. J. Louis Cherry ic having the St.-Stephen Episcopal Guild, The executive board of the First Presbyterian church is meeting nl the church at 2:30 o'clock. Tlio, Missionary Society of the Late Street Methodlit church la having a business meeting at Hie church. • The Business and Professional, Wcmen's club will liavc R dinner at tne GoB Hotel before Ihe business meeting, Wcmen of the Second Baptial church Woman's Missionary Society are mceling with Mrs. B. A. Morris.' Members of the Missionary Society of the First Methodist church will talie calendar n:onep It the business meeting at the church. The missionary society of the First Christian church is meclli-.L' -at the 'social hall at 2:30'o'clock. Tuesday Mlsi 'Erne Lavlcr is having a theater, party for Mrs. Joe Clifton Watson., a recent brltle. Mrs. Bernard Gooch Is having llic TucLday. ;Lunclicon ciu'u. . The Tuesday Bridge club Is meeting with.' Mrs. Hunter C. Sims. Wednesday The Delphlans are meeting at the Hotel Nob'le. Th.* Parent-Teacher association cf the.Sudbury school Is celebrating Founders Day wllh a spoelal program to begin at 3:15 p. m. Mrs. Paul H. Ro:enthal Is having the Wednesday Bridge club. Th'orsday The Thursday Luncheon club Is meeting with Mrs. W. M. McKcnzle. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry Is having the Mid-Week club. Mrs. J. Heal Oc?ell Is having the Young Matrrns Bridge club. Th; TVD Table Bridge club Is having its party with Mrs. Charic* Partlcw as hostess. Class Elects Officers • J. Mell Brooks, jr., was elected ns president cf Ihe 7A2 English clcss of Junior high school. Oilier leaders are: Cnrincn Lewis, vice . president; Lucilc Tyrone, tecretary; Sarah Richards, treasurer. In the firs', program given this semester these'numbers were heard: reading. "The Proposal," Sarah Richards; booi; report, "Tom Sawyer Abroad," Dan-Hamner; Nature poem, Barnes rook; Nature story, Susie Richards; -pteni, YsaUiah Crccker; .Adventure story, Deck Johnson: picin '"Golden Rod: Lila Mac Morris; Nature etory, Barnes, Crr-ck; book report. "Central High Girls at Canyn." Florctte Hankius: booTTfpflrt. •'Lncky-Slx- pensc," Thelma Tate; Adventure stcry. Maurice Luttrell. CALENDAR Me Yarbro-Mission Sockty. The Women's Missionary society of Yarbro Methodist church ms: Thursday afteniDon at the loins of Mrs. Ross Moore. Seven members and one visitor were present. The program Included missionary study, "Roads to the City of Gcd.' and a song, "There Shall Be Showers of Blessings," Prayer was ol- tered uy Mrs, G. J. Walter. For the devotional Mrs. Hood read Hi; second chapter o! Matthew. The Lord's prayer was oiicre'.l uy all. C. E. To Have Special . Foreign Mission I'rofrjm. The' Intermediate Christian En(leaver society cf the First Presbyterian church will have a special program in foreign missions tomorrow evening when Mrs. C. M Gray will give nn unique poslcr talk. Mrs. C. G. McConnick anti MJS. Marlon A. Bosss, will also be speakers on the interesting pro gram arranged in connection will this week's observance. • * » Celebrates Birthday. . Miss lone Or.kes celebrated he' 14th birthday last evening by Irav Ing 25; of her friends in for : party which was attractively car ried out in the hear; idea. Dmc ing and other gnmrs amused the bays and girls for several hour after the gifts had teen displayed Home-made canaies, hc-ari sweet winch were matched for partners ice cream and angel food cake leu in red were served. -Mr. and Mrs. I'iftman Arc Given Farewell .Tarty. . Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pittman. wh are moving to Memphis, were guest of honor at n bridge parly give by Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Higginso last evening for members of Ih Young Matrons' Bridge club an Iheir husbands. The lour tables of guests enjoy ed bridge for several hours fond farewells were said with grcls at th2 departure of Mr. an Mrs. Pitlinan who have lived her for several years, ' Mrs. Matt Monaghan jr.. won bridge set for high among the la dies and ihe men's prize, a ton of cigarettes, vent to Thoma Lansy. Mr. and Mrs. Pittman were prc sentcci a silver fan-shaix:d c.i filled with spring flowers as a gi from tlic club. The hostess served a pressed s,i • men loaf with cookies and coffee. Plan Memorial Services for Finley Cartwrigh OfiCEOLA, Ark., Feb. 1.—Memo lal-services for Finley Cartwrlg jr.. 12-year-old son of Mr. and M .F. W. Cartwrlght of Osceola, wl died a few irceks ago of spinal me In gitis, will be conducted at First Melhodist church here at o'clock Sunday morning. Bits of News Mostly Personal Sleele Society—Personal Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Spencer of orlagevillc were Ihe Sunday guises • •Vr. and Mrs. L. C. Spencer. Master Bob Little, son of I'ou- lastcr Little, who has tepn very I, I:; recovering from nn attack of insihtls. Miss Effic Miller of St. Louis ar- ved Monday for an extended vis- with relatives here. A. A. Bcckham and Abn;r Ash- nit of Cooler transacted business ere Monday. Mrs. Elvis McCain and Mrs. Clay ,cwis motored to Blytlicville Tucs- ay. Mrs. Bert Wells was l!;e Simiby uesl of Mrs. L. W. Z.ilmer. A. I), neagnn of Blyt!i?vitl? ransacled business here Friday. Mrs. Opal McCain and Liunli laughter. Helen, of Ccoter. spent iunday here wllh her parents Mr nd i\frs. C. P. Howard. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lrsler r:- uri:?d lo their home In S!. Lnuls j spent ihe week-end here wllh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Alexander. Mrs. Jnanltn Stccle Is back in school niter n. few days illncsi. Mrs. Bert ^iirrel has returned lo her home in Caruilicrsvllle after an extended visit here w'ilh relatives. .Miss Kathleen Harper was the Tuesday night guest of Miss Evelyn Frank. The Misses Mildred Tiitc, The! ma Laruc and Mary Owen wen the guests of Grace and lima Ga' Young Sunday. Huffman Louie Walker, who attends schoo at Cooler high, vlslled over th' «wk end with his parents. Mr and Mrs. N. Walker. AFrs. Dolph Adklssoti ami tv:_ daughters. Efflc and Annie, caller on Mrs. B. Soiilherlnnd Sunday nf terucoii. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur EnuU nn noimce -the birth of a baby daugh ter Wednesday. January 'an. Tin child has • been named Lorenc E! dora. -..---, Walter Holmes was Uic cues Sunday after a few days visit here Tuesday night and Weriiwdnv " vith relatives. Buford SoiMhcrlnnrt Mrs. Ruih Lawhorn spent Ins 1 . .irk end at Black Oak. Ark. wllh icr parents. Misses Dollb Lane ami p.i-f.'o Ilnciicy who have brn: sir); for hp past week, nrc able lo be t^c:: n school. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Vick aiv! [,i m . ly visited iclalivrs in L?;V\!IIB. Ark.. Sunday. Miss Mabcllo ZahncT \v:i-; ih.' gursl of Mis-. Lomir l-:.«t J i-iday light. Kobcrt Lawrence and Mis; Gladys Frank were visitrus :;: Uiytlis- viilc Saturdya night. Little Miss Frnncrs Fiel.U who hr.s teen very 111 K m\;.h \y^\ fr Mrs. W. T. Bailey was ;;re pucsl cf Mrs. liHlaiilinc Mwday. Mrs. Mildred Slow spi-r.'. Die week-end with her imv.»;r. Mrs. Alice Stone. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ilj.Scms an.1 Helen Copclcnd mntoiod \:i Iherille Monday :ifur.'»™. Mrs. lElhel Jones ol lily;] nnd Everett Pcl'y of ».•;; their parents here Sulinrt.iy Miss Rlllll Wall is very llils wriling. H. B. Spence ot Memphis visited his parents here Moiui.n. Miss Fern Lee Alcxasulrr reiuin cd lo her home in Si. Lnui:> a lie nn extended visit here wuh friciulE and relatives. Junior, small son of Mrs. Hull 1 Lawlicrn, Ii very il! with chicken yox. Waiter DC Lis'.c and II. A. Bocr.e cf Portagcvillc made a b'.islno trip to Cape Glrardcau Tuesday. Mrs. S. L. Robimo:i is vrry I with an attack ol llu. Hobcrt Alexander. i:;.ni:i';n u: Hi? grocery store at Tjroisza. Aik., ======== ^ == ,^ ; S_ATl!RnAY J PEBKUARV 1, 1930 CllUnCII OF CHRIST J. A, Taylor, Pirfor Services win be held at the court, house Sunday at 10 a. m. for Blb.'e and devotional ttrvlce. : WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL Putting First Things First; Ohurch 11 a. m. Subject: "Spiritual Blindness" \vllii the text taken froii. 2nd Ccr. 4:4. Church 1 ji. m. Sbject: "Christ- Ian L;t Your Light Shine" with the text from Matt. 5:16. The International Uniterm Suna diy Schou! lesson for Feb. 2. Putting First Thtn»s Fin.'., Matt. Mrs. ArllH.r AlcDanlcl anil M:, j A. T. Douglas, of Serial!], Mo., ».'fj-; U«os.i 01 Dr. ana Mrs. Paul L. ' Tiplon yesterday. Calvin James is u patient at th.' Itmphls liaptlst hospital. Alts. J. L. union sml daughter, I Memphis, spent several days Us week with Mr. and Mrs. K. A. plcer. Keturah Ncely was In Wilon Thumlay night where she at- eiiGcil 11 dinner patty given uy Irs. G. T. Enochs. MIE. Arlrn McOchce, of Wilson. us a visitor In Ihc clly Thursday. Mrs. licit hub relurncd from Hot prings where she spent 15 day*, acation. Mrs. b. D. Carpenter, nccom- antoi li;,' Mlraes tldnn Earl Quin:i ml Myrllc Bilcr, of Osceola, were Isilors in Hie city yesterday. Albeit Johnson is ill at ihe St. oscjili hosplial in Memphis. Mrs. A. K. Cnapmtin and duujl'.- crs, Misses Inez and Martha Jan:, f St. Louis, will arrive in ihe \cnilug lo spend several dayswitn Irs. Uliapuian's clanijliler, Mrs. Mail Mona(;lian Jr. The Rev. R. G, Lunge, of Lafe. \rk., Is a business visitor In the Ity tcday. Mrs. Jo: Rlggs, of Cardwell, Mo., liopixnl here ycslerday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Conpay linvi 1 cUin'.ed froni Little Rock wlieri 1 . spi'Dl ten "C-nic, let Isaiah 1:18, us reason together," KIUST I'KKSIiVTEKIAN CHURCH Marlon A, Boggs, Pastor Sunilay scliool, 0:15 a. m. Monilne v.-orshlp at 11 o'clock. The pastor's subject will he "What Is God?" Evening worship at, 1:30 o'cloc!:. "What It Means to be a Christian" ivill be Ihe pastor's subject. young people's society at (5:45 p. m. A cordial welcome to all. LUTHERAN CHURCH K. G. lange, Pastor Services held in Episcopal church at Sixth and Walnut. Sunday sehool 7 p. m. Adult Bible clnss 1 p. m. 6:15-13, 19-21, 31-33. Uy WAL E. GILROY, I). D. t'dllod of The (Jonsrfjatlciiall Our lesson begins with me expression of Christ's philosophy ol prayer. It is in prayer that one comes faec to face wllh the business of pulling first. things first, for the Ihlnu.s which we really pray arc the things that ive desire most Brcatly and that we rcsard as of the most importance In life. In saying this it means that our real prayers arc from our firmal ofitii petitions. Our prayer to God Is found not in the words of our lips but In the desires of cur hearts, and the prayer of (he lips becomes real only as it expresses the deeper language of the heart. If we interpret prayer always in this way we should find many ol Us most perplexing questions and problems fairly ' well solved. We ! iliould cease to think of prayer as. : .,..,„„„ . i a sort of Aladdin's lamp—a magic i Worship 7:30 p m. Sermon theme j mcans of gratifying O ur whimsical 1 What Manner of Man is This?" | u-ishes-and \vc should think: of il rather as a bond of communion be- :wccn Gcd and ourselves designed not to • give us worldly things and FIRST IMPTIST Clll'KCH I'trry F. Webb, 1'astor 0:45 a. in, Sunday school. "Thy Wcrcl have I hid In my heart that I might not sin against Ihee." Morning worship 11 o'clock. Pas- lor's uibjoct: "The Office and Work of The Holy Spirit." G:15 p. m. Young People's meetings. Evening Worship Paslor's subjccl: "The Word ol Triumph" The sixth inC5s«<!s in the scries of Sunday evening cermons on "The seven To, Fletcher" of Wilson, ft 1l! j S «'"«? of th= Savior on the Cross.' _ J _ «*-w. , .Sllpnlnl Ml - -J' 1 __f!Arrilnl ii'nlnf\nm here with Mir. pend tomorrow ictiiruli Neely. E. C. I'alton returned yesterday | rom Newport where went on a wo days hunting trip. | Mrs. Will Wouiis mid Mis. Earl, Majors, of !-iixora, shopped hur; I ,. •cstcrdny. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Patton wciu o Memphis this afternoon \vhe:j hoy will spend tomorrow. Their ons, Henry Clay and Clyde \Viu- mon, ncccnijianied them to Mnr.'c. v i vhcro they are rcmainlns w::h rlends. Mrs. J. E. Crook, who under-1 , p ent an operation tor appenrtk'i'.i., lit the Blythevllle hospital sever:.: days ago, is dully improving. i Miss l-rnnccs Miller, who lia p •• been 111 with scarlet, fever, will t.- ,ble to be oul Mouclay. j Mrs. Joe Counts, ol Keiser, spent i Friday here shopping. Mrs. Leroy Woods, ot Luxora. :s isltliig her parents. Mr. und Mii. W. M. Burns. .Airs. :wuillam Special Music—Cordial welcome to all cervies. > FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH E. K. r.allmiT, Minister Church schODl 9:45 a. in. Communion and sermon 11 a. m. ubject: "The Ethics of Christian Life." Chriilian Endeavor societies 6:30 Evening Prake and sermon 7:30 p. in. Meetings of the week Mission- 1 ?.ry society at the hall Monday af- ; ternoon. Choir meeting Tliursday V-. 7:30 p. m. Tithers club meet- in;, Wednesday, 7:30 p. in. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH E, Z, Ncivsom, Pastor Sunday rchool 0:45 a. m. W. M. "The .W'Wlss Sara, have returned Iron | Memphis where they vH!rl lhl> veek. I Mire Madclon Marsh is ill at her I ionic on Kentucky avenue from Mrs. Am m Wei tibs rg will leave Monrtiiy for an extended visit nt i\rV... ns Hie i;nesi of Mr. , superintendent. Sermon 11 a. m. Subject: Church as a Candlestick." H. Y. P. U. 6:15 p. m. Sermon 7:30 p. m. Subject: I Slipping Church". .Special music the-'-'evening . . UTvice led by T. H. Haynes. • "You will find a big welcome at this church." ind Mrs. Carol Meyer and Mr. ana Krcs; 1 More. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICE Services are held every Sunday morning. 11 o'clock, in room 213 of Ihe Farmers Bank building ever Jifrs. Ewcll WelnlXMB. She will Subject for tomorrow: "Love." . . accompanied to Memphis ly Mrs. Golden text: Psalms 42:8 "The Walter Rosemhnl and son. old Nallmn. John B. I.nne, r-dirc.iliciial (llr rector of the First Baptist church, will go to Lake Village Monday where he Is to be ii menibrr of'the faculty for the young pcoplc'o Untiring school for a week. Har- Lord will command His loving kind- Gosnell News Katie Bevills and Clnrles Powers were visitors in Blythoville last Saturday. Frieda Crawford and Nrsby Jones motored lo Sleele Sund.iy. There will be a pouwlir.g at the ness in the daytime and In the night His song shall be n-ith me nnd my prayer unto Ihe God oi my lit?." I.AIvt: STREET METHODIST CHURCH W. J. I.cRoy, Pastor Sunday sciiool, 9.M.T a. m. Church. 11 a. in. Subject: "The Itcly-Communion." The legend ol Sir Launlal in quest of the Holy Grail will be part of the message, Epworlb. League, 6:30 p. m. Church. 7:30 p. m. Subject: "The Kacc That Really Co\mls." a le.xt from one who fell sure that he was SISTER Mrs. J. D. Ennls was the cues Mr.uday night and Tuesday of no brother, Thomas Dotlson n'n;i fain ly. who reside un the McDrld arm. Walter Holmes and !,ub. iiics si rr, ciuertnlncd iviih n f.-ircwc Inncc at tlicir home \Vrrti!i-«dn nlghl. They are moving to J.i-pan o In Hie near fuliirc. Mr. nnd Mrs. Marvel At-k: called on Mr. and Mrs. IiSr,li Art klsson Wednesday cveniii.:. J, W. and Mnrshn) iirbiiKj were businoss visitor. 1 ; m Blytli? Hie Tuesday mid Tiip.'.d.iy iiigh They returned Wednesday. Charles Stewart of AriiMrcl call cd on Harvey McKay \Vi\in?f<Ja ntlcrnooii. A incASflge iras rorr:i.\-i ii rIT Wednesday that Mrs. Th;-i.:;i« H. 1; . Utl and Infant dauplr.u. Gl;Myj Marie, were leaving s;. l.':.i;s Wednesday night. They avc i-spvrlcrt a'., their home here In liip ; i;sr i L J but ns the Arir,orel-Hiiflm(.';i raid is almost Jiupa>s.ib!r Die definite date is noi kr.ov, n The Hany Lee s-trnnn-r whim has missed its seur.-^j'r'^h 1 tni^ for the. past three \urks :ir:K«l a' Ihe. Hughes laiidlm; t:cu- Wednesday afternoon. Slore kcepr-is at Huffman receive a l.trw part of their supplies by boa! ilurinn H K . winter months when tiio uwds ,> nearby towns arc bad. home cf Rev. Don Briiag Thursday i really coins somewhere and in- nighl. KverybtKly is invited. . | tended i;clting there. Grace Hall gave n party Mon-' day night In honor of Miss Frances and Bill Statuni cf Cleveland, O. M.irie Spiccr and Dn-lght Beiitly ni Blythcvillc were among the Eiicsts. Tennic llcmphil! ar.d her cousin. Ben Overtoil, relumed from Flat I.nkc where they spent a few days with relatives. S. E. Bcvlll Is sick. Mrs. Sam Vciiion, formerly Miss Opal Poll, and children. Jr.. and Jim. nrc spending the week uilti Johnnie Mosley. Pcle Allkon and Fred Horlge l.rnc Oak visited wwfr. Mr.utlie Rnst. mxl I.o..iic Bevill. Iner Bell Pinklcy. E:my mail and Bula Bcvill. miners from worldly satisfactions, not to protect us from the Incidents and expert- cnces of life to which our fellow men arc subject, but as a means toward unity with God and the bind? Ing of our lives in communion with I his in the responsibility that love and righteousness imply, The Meed cf Holiness If ive study carefully this philosophy of Jesus concerning prayer we can see how It all moves toward lh!s end. True prayer is the prayer that is in secret. It is a prayer to a Father who does nit need to be told what is good for us. but who inows the things that we have need of before we ask them. It is a >rayer that moves first of all in a realm of blessedness and sacredness. The man whose own life is not lioly, and who has not sensed the holiness of life, has not made the simplest bcginnin? of prayer in the Christian sense, for the first petl- :ion of the Lords Prayer in approach to the Father is "hallowed bv thy name." Praver moves in this atmosphere of hiliness, first of all, toward the Kingdom of Heaven. Ihe verv essence of the Chriitian life is to set that kingdom first. So the prayer that tho Christian would pray is first of all the Kingdom. Likewise the Kingdom is defined and inlerpreled as the doing of the will of God In heaven and on earth. It, Is only in lite middle nf the prayer that we come even, to, the matter bl dally sustenance. Even here it is questionable to what extent the reference Is to the bread of material life cr to the bread ol the soul— the whole sustninnig power of God. in nature and in grace. The Christian's prnycr lifts him at once into an atmosphere of holy relationships. The law of forgive- ne:s which he asks God to exercise in relation to him '.E the law that lie defines fir his relationship to liis fellow Tost: Malt. 0:15-1:;, 19-21, 31-33 And when then prayeEt, ihou shall not be as ll'.e hypocrites f.rc: for they love lo pray Ihe slrcets, ihat t! may in the synagogues and in the canij'.s of be seen of mon. Verily I say unin you, They tlieir reward. But thou, when thou pre.yest, enter into thy clcset, and wlicn thon Ixist shut thy dcor. pray to thy Father which is in secret; an;', thy Father which seet'i in secret shall reward Ihec openly. But when ye pray, use net vain repetitions, as the hca'.hen do: ior they think that they shall be heard for their much speakine. Be not ye ihcreforc like unto them; for your Father knowcth wh:;'. things ye have need of ; before ye ask him. After this manner therefore pray ye: Our Falher which art in Heaven, Hallowed be Thy name. Thy kingdom come. Tiiy will b:- done in eaiih, as it is in liraveu. Give us this day our dr.ily breed. And forgive us cur debts, cs \\ti forgive cur debtors. And lead us no: into temptation, but deliver us from evil: to:- thi:'.^ is the kingdom, and the poivor, ant! the glory, for ever. A:::c:!. Lay not- up for your.-elves treasures upon earth, where moth a;ul rust doth corrupt, and where thieves break through and sie?.;: Bui lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither r.ioiii nor rust ilelh corrupt- uncl where thieves do not break through nor si?'.'.: For v.-here your treasure is. there will your heart be alsn. Therefore take no thought, saying, What shall we eat? or. V.'l.r.f shall we diink? cv. W!ierev:!tha! shr.ll we I;? clcthrrt? (For after all these tilings do the Gc-n'.iles srek:) for your heave! 1 ./: Father knov.ctli that ye Ivavo r.eeci of all the?? things. But seek ye first the kingdom ol GoJ, and his ii;liteotisneis; ar.c: all these things shall be added unto you. mcnl almost the most conspicuous* ,. v n ..i. r« If.,, J 0) h. <.,<>ll',?l thing in their religion. Tlie Clunker's devilion ID his i.implc black or gray may become ns much r.n over concern about clothes as the. NKW YORK. Feb. 1 (UP)—C=t- ab?ul; (on futures cio.~?;l s:caily. Open High L3'Y < debts as we forgive our debtors." Such a prayer moves in the realm Lamb chops arr jwpular for nny G\;sticir this' persons, is siiggcsled for your next ' j bridge luncheon: Eigh', lamb chops. 1 large or •! Pinker-' " nl> " ''RM'lants. C lablcspojus hiit- 1 ter. -I t:iblesiKwns Hour, '2 cups Flocdway. tiro Mwiirtini: tins week i slr>ck ' ° 'ablespoons minced cook- with .Icdie Iliu:!y. Cl1 lali: - ' s '' wt S™ m ponp.T. Mrs. Georgia Leo Stfi.ird sprnl rhc cho ' 15 s hculrt he rib chop: Wednesday in Mcinjihis v.-ijcrc .she consulted an cyo spccia'/.s:. Mrs. Sirt Quijrgs has purchase;! an SC-ncre farm in m-.-^rr swcmp. Sid Qulgvs has vctuiiird wool from cut an Uilck, uoncd and roll- cd. Melt butter and stir In flour very different from the world's cs tlmate of values. The treasures of (he spiritual life arc the deeper trcnsures ot the heart. They con- stilutc much more than mere outward ease or contentment. Even the sustenance of physical life, the question, what shall we eal or what shall we drink, is a much minor question to this concerning the reality and true worth of life. We could think of a rnci: of men well fed. well clothed, well housed, and yet living little more than a mere animal existence. ! 15:10 1(578 1702 1718 •CEC 1CSQ 1707 1T2D !ft": !li ;1 t nia business of prayer. Spots clcicd stciciy at 1030. -,;ii :5 ist Mission KJnior. ~i Outlines Year's Plans i Orleans Cotton OSCEOLA. Ark.—The i-:;eeiitivc commitCee of lite Wc' 1 :; ,\^s- iionary Union cf the First Baptist church met with Mrs. M. L. S'.imners and Mrs. Harry Bro::ks [at MJS, SumneiY homo hero NEW ORLEANS. Feb. Crtton fiuiirr . closed s'.c Or-'ii n'Sll Lov,- C'.r This docs not mean thai Ihe ma- j Thursday nftci'Tir-jn and oiKilual lerlal aspects of life are iinim- 1 plsns frr i::? :\\ir"s work of tli'j portnnt. Jesus was far too sane !crffan:;:at:aii. which indrtdr-s a st'.;ciy and ccmmon sense a teacher to jot home and l:re!^n mission-: as despise the body or lo despise the I outlined in Course No. 1 olfrtvd material foundations and environ- ] by Ihe Southern Baplist convcn- mcnts of life ns some misguided rc-.tion. and a personal service cai;:- ligious people have dene. His refer- • paifii which will include- Ihe Uik- cnce to bodily functions and ccr.cii- Inq of a census of i:-.c lions ahvrvy.5 Iins in it a note of fan- ;t:wn of Cjccola nml rtcvotioi-.a! I'Civircs conducted nuirnvly ;,)•.- .Ihc of ill- coualy jail In-:-.-, j :.;:;r, .. May . J::ly .. O:-t ,. Dec. .. Sjici; .. 1011' .. u;;o .. 1615 . 1671 .. it:L- f-'caiiy : -r I'liS 1340 163-1 lliio \fi~ii i.:.;o ictis 11183 10T7 1G57 1'iOl IGiKI I'iOO : 1SCG. up n p:i:il ity nnd common sense. Stresses inH-arrl I'urily In nn age that laid much slrer.s on ceremonial purity Jesus was ;i a ('rcscriptnin for Coids, Grippe, Flu, Dcngiiv, Bilious Fever ami '^-u:- 'l (s <hp iniisl %|K.riivrrin>'.!i ' ... .„,,.., , r t .. _._ .._.. ™" lOl ' N l . J , r V iKMr ) "° that must necessarily mar the soul. ' ^ u '<!-.,,?'.,•; Cicnnsing within was more in;- j.;^™..-^ ~ pcrtant ilian ceremonial purity. So. : ' " also, in malerial things, he took • » s- c" K^n" Kan-i 0 WERT until bubbling and slightly • ( I, C ,H rather sanely anil frankly for trowr.fd. stirring constantly. Slow- . ^i,,,^ t) IC y wcrc ly aSrt nock, stirring constantly. | Many IX! 3p lc Ulink that they have sml reck i;oili ihlck. Add ham j f rccd tliemtejvcs from the material Lone Oak Hems Tlielma Dnm?\ir.vih \ : ..ited her atml In Acorn srtileiii, IM Sunday. Lillian Hney vlsi;:-,i ul.r.ivej on l".e baycu Monday. air. nnd Mrs. tt'iH.-.:.,], ijonivin pf Marion, Ark., an 1 v;.i;init Mrs. :uxl Mrs. Hospital Patients Rdmittnl io pital ycslenUy ;uiri ivA-j loll Hollis. I-'Jdl L-'.kr. LiiulDl] city; Mr.-. K. r. D. V. Craven. l.i'yuii:i'.i missed. ,I>:nivan's parcnls. IS. T. Uamrwoilh. is now in bi^.r.c^.^ .., 1 Mr. nnrt Mrs. \V. A ! Warren and Thfir.M iVl.sitcrl Mrs. J. D. M.r.;: 'ville last week. Rabbits are IXK-.I. ,: dczeir- in thk vn •,••:•• srcms lu bt 1 no .1.11". I them in Bljlhcvillt-. slices. P.irc and sprinkle each shco with .-alt. File up one slice above the dMicr. cover wllh a plate .aim put on a wefehl of at least l\»\-. uoiinds. Let stand one hour. Drain and throw away juice. Din each slice in Hour and faille in butter, browning livst one side sr.el i;-.e;i the other. }'itt n slice of cggp:«i!t en c.icli p;ntc, put a broiled c:io,i on cncli slice and pour ovt-r sauce, i Mi nonivan Gariilsh with a sprig ol panby. n Marion. ! Slniincd tomato juice can b; , Mil'.er nnd i used In place of stock and is V.TV I IXniieworlh socri with Ihe cgBpinnt aurl blub ! i ::i nlythc-1 T»icc b.ikcd iwtatocs and a ] grapefruit nnd celery salad make ; •If il by the an esiicclally good comblr.aiias i there with tlte lamb elioiv^. Tite rie'-?' > :t for c,Mi bf hoi or cole! us prolcnc:! u. j convenient, l DON'T GIVE UP Dr. Bond's K and D Prescription Brings Relief When Others Fail. Xn tnnltor hcur Innp you ti.i suffrrinp fiv:n weak, rli«rra»ril t'r.UrcO Mn.ldcr, or wliflt kin-, rtlirs jou have nscrf, you won'i to ynur5elf Bntil you hav* tri K anil » pr«PTipl]o» If yea is ly for imin5 in (he t«nc ornl urino. luiminp. frr .n :H pcttir? up iiicbt^- :iliv nf thfjC symplc KOXD'S K. »itrl B rmln.r. l\in't w.nt 1'rice, GOc or Sl.2fl.— Adv. fold in Blythcvllic, Ark., liy Rob- iiuon Drug Co. Uo Makc.s 'Em adv. | If is «n!y gocd sense to give Qnsl® G t'da'l. Miner's Supreme Every Substantial Product of Grain

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