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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 13, 1940
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PAGE TWO following an attack of appendicitis. Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS One, Woman's Society for Christian' Sen Ice, First Methodist church ^icetlng with Mrj. IV. L Horiicr; circle Two with Mrs. Elton W.tKirby; Circle Three with Mrs. O E Griper St.; Circle Four with Mrs Henry Humphrey. Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, ineetinz.2:30 o'clock at church -' ' Woman's Missionary society, Lake Street Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at "church. Woman's Axillary, St, Stephen's Episcopal ^church, peeling 2:30 oclock with Mrs Fred Saiiba. \Vo!(isn's Auxiliary, 'First ('resby. terlan church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. TUESDAY'S EVES'! 1 ? Miss. Frances. Little entertaining Uouolp G Bridge club. C|tj contract club meeting with Mrs. Jessee Stilt. Mrs James Y Dates ent«rtain- \ng Tuesday "Contract club. Mrs Floyd A White • having Tuesday Bridge club. Tuesday club meeting with Mrs, Lloyd Sttckmdn. MBS Rutli Butt entertaining Titesdiy Afternoon club. Delphian Fine Arts group meeting 9:00 o'clock at Hotel Noble., Lange Parent Teacher association meeting three o'clock at school preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs Sheldon Hall 'entertaining Bi-Monthly Luncheon club.' Town and Country 1 club'meeting with Mis J. G Ellis. Mrs w J \Vuiukerllch having Wednesday Bridge club. Central Parent Tenclicr (ABK.) COURIER NEWS was stationed In Osceola for over two years with the U. S. government fleet but li now with the fleet on the Connecticut River. J. 13. Bunn and Harry Matiock were In Little Rock Monday for the Juneral services of C. J. Maiis- fieid, president of tho Barton- FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia COfR. IMO BYMAIKVKC.INC. T,M,»l& U 8. fir. Oil. Mansrield Lumber which system (Ij Company, nf ' Lumber called Monday morning by tlic death of Mrs. Drcwev's father J. N. Walker, who died of a heart At The liospitals "You've got problems 1 Try figuring bow I can nay December bills in January with my Mnrcir allowance'llia^I don't get until Irfihnmvv." irldge club. W*"n* iv.i\cill;l luoulilU- l T n j,l;,j , tlon meeting three o'clock at school , ' *, aaillo » !« "'e members, she had also as her guests, Mrs. Har- prcceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs Charles Langslon Jr., entertaining ADC Bridge club. Mid-week services of First Pres- bjtennn church being held nt home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick-Tliomns. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Uttle Theater meeting 1:30 o'clock at city hall. " Mrs H H Houchhis entertaining Mid-Week Thursday Dessert club meeting with Mrs B P Brogdon Jr. Mrs Edgar Borum having Thursday Contract club Mrs Pddie Regenold entertaining Thursday Afternoon club. Double *x>ur club meeting with ilrs. John Poster. Mrs 0 J Coolision entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Thursday Luncheon club-meeting \uth Mrs Byion Morse. : .-' ' -' Delti contract club mceihig wilh Mrs <JI A Taylor - ! .} \ ' PKU)AY'S EVENTS Mrs. Rupert Crafton' entertaln- nifj FritJay Bridge club. Music Department, Woman's club, meeting thiee oclock at club house. Wilma Guinn Wed To Dclbcrt Hooker Announcement was made today of the Bedding cf Miss Wilmq Guinn of Leachville and Blythc- ulle and Delbert Hooker of Leachville, which was solemnized Sunday afternoon, Dec 31, at three oclock in the Fust Methodist church of tl«a c:h The Rev B B Williams, pastor, read the vows before a fern banked altar. Only a few friends, of the couple were present. Miss Willine Taylor was the bride's only "attendant. Troy Car- Ble attended the bridegroom as best man. The bride's costume was n ma- rcon and'aqua sporls model with a maroon 'top coat. Her accessories were-also in maroon. Her enrage .was 'of "gardenia's. Miss Taylor wore a brown costume suit with brown accessories. Her corsage was of gardenias. The bride was graduated from the Leachville high school in 1930 She later finished the Chllllcothc Business Schorl at Chllllcothc, Mo., and was employed as stenographer for Claude F. Cooper, attorney. Mr. Hooker Is a government engineer. They left immediately [or a three weeks tour of Mississippi. Louisiana. Texas, Oklahoma, and Mexico. • Have Class -Party Mrs. T. R, Shepherd and Mrs. .frank Secman entertained members .cf the Dorcas Sunday school class of the First Baplist church at a party yesterday afternoon al the Shepherd home. Hie 73rd eld' Scbneo, Mrs. Hen W. Hflrpole and Mrs. Bernard Gooch. Comic Valentines were used for favors. Tlie hcijlcss served, a 'com- blnntioti sandwich and salad plate. Mrs. Hugh Wjiltsitt wns high id Mrs, Rupert Crafton, second high scorer, among (he club members. Tho guest prize went to Mrs Schuce. and j Elmwood Klimrood Group MeeJs Nine members , of Ih Cemetery association met in tlic liomc of Mrs. Arch Llndscy yc-s- lenlay aflerncon for session. n business New officers presided at their first meeting. Mrs. W. A. Stick - mon Is president; Mrs. Leslie Moore, vice president; Airs. W. F. Brewer; secretory; Mrs. Lindscy! treasurer; Mrs.. J. W. Adams Sr., assistant i-trcftsmer; Mrs. M. G Goodwin,, ^'reporter; Neill Reed, trustee. ••'•.A dessert course and coffee were served during the social hour. " The next meeting will be Friday' Feb. 9, at Mrs. Otto' Bradbcrry's home at Lost Cane. It will be an all diiy session beginning at 11 3'clcck. ' . airs. James (INI Will !il!r<>duce Sludy Bpok At the business and program liicetlng of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church Monday afternoon, Mrs. James district, In. organizing local group for knitting, sewing or miikln? surgical dressings, when needed. Mrs. James B. Clark was rc- appolnled one of the directors of the Woman's division of Arkansas for Uic World. Pair in New York in 1040. Mrs. L. L. Hubencr, stale division third vice . president, announced plans for the state work with the Children of tho Confederacy which will Include additional prizes to be awarded In June. One of these awards Is to be given by Mrs. Clark for the bast screp book made by n member of tho o. of c. The treasurer reported Hint $15 was received from the repent aluminum demonstrations sponsored by the chapter. • Mrs. W. L Denlon led in the roll call and questions niul answers on the llyes of Robert E. Lcc, "Stonewall" Jackson, and Malhew Fontaine Maury, Mrs, :C)urk.,gave, the history 61 Charleston',s; C., through lite Colonial, Hcvoirilloh'ary and War Bc- tivec;i the States period. Mrs, Ralph Berrymon gave a vocal number and im Instrumental medley. Bits of News Mostly Personals Reeii Nori-is. daughter of Mr. tllll , ... • " ">'*.' *0 .-^^., ,,ul.,^, (UVII^LLLUL VJI l\ll. Hill Jr will present (lie inlrcduc- and Mrs. Samuel F\ Nbrrls who ,V i b "^ gl '" lmtt of tl>c book, has been ill for three davs, Is bet' which I iary. Mrs. Tragedy to Triumph," i be studied by the Auxil- Hill ( s -i member of the Woman's Missionary soeiely of the First Methodist church \yhich has recently completed the study of this book by Mathews. . Auxiliary officers are urging nil women to Attend the meeting Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the church. 'Die following chapters of the book will be presented each Wednesday night at 1 : 30 o'clock in t|,c liomes of various church members. Mrs .Roy Walton, secretary of foreign missions, is in charge of arrangements lor this study course. •* • » nusincss Session Conduclcd by U. I). V. The annual essay contest, plans for the Children of the confederacy, nud assistance to tho Red Craw were among; the numerous' misiness projects which cmne before the Elliott Fletcher chapter of Die untied Daughters of (he Confederacy in a mceUiif nt (he ter but Is yet confined to her bed. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mann, of \\il- Kon, returned home yesterday after having spent t>vp days here with Mrs. Mann's parents,'Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Hlonieyer," nnd 'family. Muck Morris is. ; ill of inntienza at Ills, home on Sycait\orc street. niisscll Phillips' vvent 'to 'itcm- limne of Mrs. A. M. B' afternoon. Besides Mrs. Butt, .s. Mrs. Edith nut Thursday M,.s. J McCo oi nntl ,. •*<-i>wt*< Hint Mrs. Herman Cross were hostesses 1 hey served n dcssctl conclusion of l)i< course at the meeting. The devotional froa. ...„ ,„,„ ,. Psalm was given by Mrs. W J . J " w - T - Obcrsl. prcsidcnl Ir Rqdgers, a visitor. Miss Cordelia U 1 llc l llc dge to the United Stitcs Wilhite presided over the business ,? alKl tllc sal " (e lo the Con- session. ' federate tlag. During the social hour refresh- U wns announce:! thai the dup- menls were served the six mem-! '*L u ,'" , 8 ' vc ,l' ril:cs to local grade , --- . -™ >..v v.rt iil^Lll- oers and t«'o gueste, Mrs. Rodgcrs and daughter, Billy Jane. » « * ' I'lays Cairls With Club Mrs C C Langston played earns with memocrs of the Delta Con- and high jchool cnlrints in the -.late essay con(«st and mntribulo also live dollars to the state essav imd througl, Mrs . w . M . Tav 0 The contest te now open and essays tract club Thursday, afternoon Wen sirs. Fred V. Rutherford en- i lertaincd v,ilh a party at the Hotel woble. Carnations and jonquils provided , n floral background for tlic' Mrs Charles L Wviie scorer among the 'club snd Mrs. Laugafai was ppiited a gift ""•'. A salad Plate v,as served at the must tc in by A\!g. Si. announced in the Subpccts near will be future. Mrs. Taylor also gave a haurj r painted colonial screen to the El- Fletchcr chapter mrmoriiil : Bridge Club Mrs. Charles Crigger Jr., had party yesterday afternoon at home for members of the '' Ulc " amc(i to * 5 "" ""' C ' E ' yesterday lo be Mrs. Phillips who recently underwent an operation nt the Memphis Methodist hospital. Henry Humphrey relumed ycs- lorday frtni Dallas, Tex,./where lie attended to business tor sey- attack. Funeral services were held ; Tue.sday afternoon. ' Mr. 'Brewer ' Mrs. who returned home earlier In the milled, week, went back lo Slkcston today. Mrs. Waller Card, of Manila Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Rlley D'I "' fi ' Jones, and family here while Mr'i vir s'"! il M '."-' White, city, ad- Card Is confined to the niytheville m ' Ucl1 hospital. Ills condition' today is 1m- [1;ul1 Nol 'tnan, Hnyti, dismissed. Willis liovjilfal . Mary Hullield, Hullman, ad,- J. l'. -Holland., city, dismissed. lllyihwjlle hosiiilal Mrs. Joe N, Hill, city,' admitted. ' , city, admitted. proved The Kev. and Mrs. J. L. man will go lo Texarkuna Mondav Ip allcnd a Holiness convention They will return home Saturday' stopping In Little Rock Friday to visit relatives. • "." • . Mrs. II, J. Klclndienst and chM- ciren have returned from St. t^ouis where they spent Ihe holidays 'with relatives. ' " ' ' J, W. Crawford Sr. of Cos- ncll, has returned home from 'i'or- rcnce, Calif, where he vi.siled Ills son, for Mrs, W. admitted. hospital Matheny, ' Etowoh, „ , • ^., ^ p !' llus sl ' ' ^ Lco Pi!lmcl '' Tomato ' lnlue "' Osceolu Society-rrPersonal P- T, A, School, Theater Heads OSCEOLA, Ark., Jan. 13.—Mrs. C .L. Moore, principal of the Osceola High School, and Miss Emma of and Joy theaters of this city, were the principal speakers ul the Parent Teachers meeting at the high school. "Motion Pictures and Ihc Study of English" was the topic discussed by Mrs. Moore, who [ pointed out Mint the pictures brought to the city at the renucst of the English department had been of inestimable value in the study of diction and drama. Students arc encouraged hi parallel reading to Ihe extent that classics are being eagerly read, it is slid. -Miss Cox followed with aa explanation of block reading, sciec- livc contracts, and assured P. T. A. members that she would never have red camlles in ilccpratjon of the, displayed : an 'Adults Only" sign Supper Club Meets ;• Husbands of' the members pt the Monday Nljht Supper C.lub were special guests of the club for a fpiir-cqiirse turkey dinner ' at Cramer's Cafe on" Monday' night. Mrs, Cramer liscrf Naiid'iim berries aiid long table at which places were set for 32 persons. Following supper llic members went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Driver for Ihe evening of bridge, where Mrs. Sam Coble wns high scorer aiid MrsJ-'j. H." Lovc- well second high. Consolation award went tii Mrs. Ed Qnlnn. : The members drew the names of the men 'for dinner partners. * " - . * • * Club Hears Knglish i'rogrmii The members of the Literary Department of the Osceola Progressive club went decidedly English at their meeting on Tuesday hi the home of Mrs. Harold B. TiUman when Mrs. George Edrington reviewed Ihe book by Captain Eric, Aclatid entitled, "The House of Windsor" in which the history .of thij. present' royal' farhily of England fe triced., together'-' with the background and circumstances lending up to Ihe abdication of Edward VIII. Typed copies of the British national anthem, "God Save the fiing" were passptl nnd sung accompanied by Mrs. TiUman. Members responded to roil call wilh current events of national and international interest and discussed ench during the first half ol the program. Mrs. Hernion Carllon of Lake Village was an out-of-town visitor. • t « Among (lie Sick Mrs. P. M. Sangstcr is finite 111 at her home on Lee avenue. Mrs. E. L. Bowles sustained H broken rib when she slipped and tell on tire Ice several days ago. Mrs. C. M. Horton, \yho lias been quite ill wild mi attack of in-' llucnza at her home. Is Improved. Little Mary Evelyn Jordan, daughter of Mr. 'nnd Mrs.. Fr'aiik Jordan, has been kept In this week with Infected cars and jv deep cold. Mrs. E. H. Smith is ill at her home In the west end pf town. Little qalloway Jr. lias been cral days. Mrs. Oscar Bailey left, Uils mom- Ing for points of California where she will spend five weeks. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs, W. T. Bailey, of Steele. They will visit the Baileys' son. Elmo Bailey, and family in Los Angeles, nnd nnoMicr sou, L. v. Bniley, and family In Snn Francisco. Air. and Mrs. Jc&sc H. Webb and :;on, Jesse, of Dumns, will ccme here next week to make their home a). 911 West Walnut slrcet. They formerly lived here. Mr. «nd" Mrs. N. M. Sensenbaugh and two children, who have been residing in the apartment, left today for Kikesion. Mo., lo make llieir home. The Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Campbell, of Avkndelphta. have arrived to be with tlicir son. H. B. Camp- . ill for the past week with infected cars, deep cold, niul n bronchial- trouble. He was ill before Clirlst- j nias but was allowed to get up dur- lii .ng tlic holidays and had a setback. He will be al!qwed up tlic ' latter Mrs, ol the week. L. w .Walters has been confined to her home this week. Mrs. Abuer Driver, who has been 111 for two weeks at. her home hero, was lakcn lo the Baplist hospital night for further treat- bell. who wns critically burned when a kcrcsene water heater exploded last Saturday. The condition of Mr. Campbell, who is nt the Blythevillc hospital, is unchanged. Oilier members of the family here with him-arc Ids brothers, A. A. Campbell and jirs. Monday ment.. Betly Jean Colcmau, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coleman, has been kepi out of school this week with sore throat and cold. • * • G. B. Scgravcs and Elliott ,Snr- Inin of this city, mid J. H. Grain o f Wilson have returned from a business trip to Washington where they went on affairs of the drainage district. outside her theater. Otlier talk,s were made by W. A. Gardner, principal of the grade school, Mrs.' J. p. Bunn and E. w. Packard. Attendance awards went to the junior class with 31 per cent of the mothers present, and to the first grade with. 26 per cent of mothers present. . Plans are being made lor Founders and Fathers Night to tie held Feb. 14, when Herbctt Schwartz, athletic director at Arkansas State College, Joiicsboro, will spenk. To Hold Services Fq r Deaf Monday Night Service.'; fpr the deaf will lie conducted Monday night at 7:30 o'clock .at the Pilgrim Lutheran 'church, it was announced loday by -the So\'. H. 'J. Klcindlcns't,' local pastor. The sermon will be given by the Rev. Walter D. Uhlig of SI, Louis, who conducts Ihe monthly services here. Chamblin, Buchanan Win Sales Honors '•. Lex Cliamblin and J. C. Buchanan, who ranked as tivo of the ten leading Chevrolet salesmen In the Memphis zone which includes portions of live states, were guests at a special banquet of the Chevrolet Motor Division at Hotel Peabody in Memphis Thursday night.! The two were n'mcug the ten honored for having made outstanding sales records during the past year. SATURDAY, JANUARY -13,-mO CHURCH NEWS I5lh anniversary cf the erection of Temple Israel. William Borow- wy, president of the congregation, will preside, fast-presidents of the Mrs. J. Nick Thomas, 518 W. Main. Choir practice Wednesday at 8:15 p.m, FII18T CllUHCIl OF THK NAXAHENE 1, I,. \VooJiuaji, pastor 3:45 Evans, congregation will"briV grcet'liS .. Ev <y on , c '« ">«"a»y invited to E. M. Jarte win recent the attcnd a " serv!c " Ot thls chul ' c "' B'nal B'rlth, Mrs. Waller Rosen- FU , ST M rri7nimT riniBoii thai Ihe Ladles- AW. and Virginia ' »>"«OPIS>1 CUUKCH Nickol, ttic Youth league. Special Corner Main & Sccoml , . , sor ..... . , — «-— ~, ....... t a.m. Sunday school E ij I1US >? . llo s been arranged. Uabbl G. churi , sii|iermtciidenl. ' *' * el e°n, of Caiutliersvllle, will Garretl 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. Subject, "The Man Who Came Hack." (i:« p.m. N. Y. p. s. W5 p.m. Evening worship, subject, '"Hie Double Marccat." We Invite all who will to worship with us ST. STKPJIKN'S EPISCOPAL CIIUHCK H- A. furry, rcclor Church school, ]*0:00 aj)i Morning prayer and sermon. 11 "•">• The ' text, "The Prophet A Watchman" is based on 33rd chapter of the prophecy of Ezektcl. CAM'AKY EPISCOPAL CHUHCIl OSCEOLA Evening prayer and sermon. 7-30 p.m. Executive committee meeting on Tue.sday. Jan. is. PILGIUM be the guest speaker. K. K. Williams, pastor a GarreU, superintendent. •eh school, 9:45 a.m. S. It. B p. m. Dinner will be served Morlll '>! worship, 10:55 a.m. Jles- by the Ladies Aid in the Americjn f|? c , : , " Powcr fo1 ' "'c Christian Legion Hut. The Voutli Leasiic will present an original Ml. '•'iKST BAPTIST CIIUKCII liev. Alfred Carpenter, iisslor Sunday: 9:30 a, m, Sunday school. 10'AD a. m. worship-special music ami anthcin. Sermon—"Now Year Secrets." Broadcast KLCN. 8:30 p. in. Training union. '•'M p. m. Evening worship— Anthem arid ' special music. mon iisinal service. nigs. 7:30 Life." . Evening worship 7:30 p.m MesIsagc: "Blessed Are They Thai I Mourn." (This is the seco'nd of a series of messages from the "Beat!- l I tildes.) 0:00-11:31) each morning the pastor will be in his sludy lo sec anyone who wishes lo counsel with him. Wednesday 7:00 A fellowship supper will be at the church followed by a fellowship hour. All members and friends of the church arc invileri. The fellowship hour I'-AH-churcIt night I »'"' bc " nder " le (lil ' ccli °» ° r '^ L « .-, Departmental meet- S,, E £ 0 ™ ^br^ a ~ . "Religion's new note." Bap- Mid-week service-- HO Cherry street O..W. Doss, pastor 9.--15 a.m. Sunday sehopl. Mrs. O. W. Doss, superintendent, 11:00 a.m. Worship service. 6:<5 p.m. Young People's service 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic service. 7:30 p.m. each night, evangelistic services. The Rev. and Mrs. yy. O. iioUen- iierg and Mr. and Mrs. Peterson nrc with us for weeks' revival. The Rev. Mr! lenberg will bring the messages every evening. The Petersons v, render musical numbers and son;,.,. Every one is Invited to attcnd this revival. rpu, GOSPEL CHURCH Lilly and yinc streets A. A. Jenkins, pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday school, Roy Hanriley, superintendent, 11:00 a.m. Morning worship 6:30 p.m. p. V. p. A. Bertha Ford, president. V:45 p.m. Evangelistic service. The Rev. Frank Mnssarano will be the speaker at this service. bcrinon—"The A'dventist," 8:30 p, m. Choir rehearsal BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street WO a. m. Sunday school. C'HKISTIAJV SCIENCE dish, and let i|s cat and play together and conic to know one another belter. Thursday 7:30 p.m. Choir practice. Sunday 0:45 p.m. The Young People will ineet in their respective departments. Lesson-sermon which win 02 read «i all Churches and Societies or the Church ofchrisE fiunday, Jan. MHTIIOU1ST CHUIU.'ll It, E. L. Beanlcn Jr., pastor Church school at 10 a. in. Mrs. will CJIUKCH OF CIIKIST Blaiu anfl Division Bcnton M. Ncal, minister Loi'ri's Day services: 9:45 a. in. Bible study. 11:00 a. m. Preaching. Sermon subject, "Duties cf the Classes^ 11:45 a. m. 'Communion. 0:30 p. m. Young People's meeting. 7:30 p. HI. preaching. Sermon subject, "Tlie Fall and Return ol Man". This is the second of a series on "Old testament Types, Figures,, and Analogies.' 1 ' .Mid-week 'services: '7:45 ''p.' m. Wednesday, study aiid song practice. Bible Bible class. Thursday, Ladies' Radio services. KLCN daily from 12:15 to 12:30 o'clock except Sunday from 3:30 to 3:15 o'clock. You are cordially invited lo each of our services. You will find a liearty welcome with us. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the fn! l" vlic a " adul | s lo "J oi " ll «™ hcse mle "*lm8 discussion me," lowing from the Bible- "Create in |groups eaeh Sunda 5' night, Tliey me a clean heart O God and re '*''" meet al * :W °' olock for llmc)l . _:_. , '. . """• •*"" "•- and social hour, followed by the study hour. Evening sen-ices at seven o'clock, o'clock. The district missionary institute new a right spirit Psalms 51:10 The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Serin- wi " be hclti al Le l»nto Thursday, hires," by Mary Baker Eddy; "We I... e !iesir !"S to So «'!» sec should strive to reach Ihc Horeb height where-God is revealed; and the corner-stone of all spiritual building Is purity." Page 2-11 A Christian Science program is broadcast next Wednesday (Jan. 17) at 1:45 p.m. over KLCN. FIRST CHRISTIAN' CHUKCH Main ;xt Sixth Ceo. IV. Patterson, minister 9:45 a.m. Bible school, rjusscll Barham, superintendent . li:0(i a.m. Worship, communion and preaching. "Give Thy Servant an Understanding Heart" will be the sermon theme. 7:30 p.m. Worship and preaching. "Why Arc They Not Saved?" will be the sermon theme. Wednesday, 7:30 pju. Ringing and Bible study at the iiitll. We most cqrdailly invite' the pub-. , lie. Strangers in our city cspcci-1 ally invited. We'll try to'inaki glad you came our the pastor and ways will be provided. ITZ SATURDAY BACK FROM THE GRAVE HE CAME WAYNE MOHBIS.ROSEMAHllJUIE. BOSWIT • DtNSIS MORGAN • !»S« lit, fr,^i lj YIHCCHl ultUAH • A witlKIB Ell . lja ,« Serial "Phantom Creeps' way. ke you Roya| Arch Masons ASSEMBLY OF GOU CllUKCn Seventh and Ash Streets S. A. Merrill, pastor 8:M a. m. Radio program. 0:45 a. m. Sunday school. 11:00 a. m. Morning worship. 11:00 a. m. Children's church. 3:00 p. m. Men's prayer meeting. 6:30 p. in. Christ Ambassador's class. f:30 p. in. Evangelistic services. Tuesday and Friday, 9:15 o'clcck, Iladio program. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., Voung peo- I pie's meeting. - Friday, 1:30 p. in. Bible study. James A. Ovcrholscr, minister Church school 0:45 a.m. Morning worship 11:00 a.m. Sermon topic, "Is Our Christian Faith I Sufficient for a Confused World." The Rev. Frank G. Smith, D. p., i will preach. . ' | Young People's meeting5:30 p.m. i Evening worship 7:30 p.m. Theme, "As A Man Thlnkcth." Micuveclc service, Wednesday 7:30 p.m., at the home of Mr. and ! Call ¥ For Prices Before Selling Your SUN. & MON. AW CHURCH i SHOP AROUND CORNER with James Slcivart & Jlarjarel Sullivan Paramount News & Comedy oxy LAST TIMES TODAY Meet Tuesday Night PILGRIM LUTHEIJAN CHUKCU The Royal Arch Masons, m. U- J. Klcindicnst, pastqr Divine worship with Commun- meet Tuesday night, at 7:30. o'clock ion 9:30 a. in. Sermon topic" "" '"" al the Hall. There will be degree work aflcr which refreshments will be served. Yarbro News Among the out-of-town visitois! nt civil court here this week were Dr. France Murphy of .Memphis, Attorney Hudolpn Johnson ami Wils Dnvis of Memphis, and state Senator Ed Dillon of Ulllc Uorl- Brotlic Creed has rclurncri to hi? work on a government dam IIMI \V. ai. S. Meets Eight members of the Woman's Missionary society of (he Yarbro Methodist church met in the home of' Mrs. A. W. Harris Wednesday. Mrs. George Bunch gave llic devotional after the meeting had been opened with a srng. Mrs. 'ft. W. Harris offered prayer. The program was presented under tl\e leaclershlp of M rs . w. A. Hollingsworth. The group was dismissed with the benediction. Tlic society will meet next Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Ross , Moore at 1:30 o'clock, Officers are 11 (urging all members to attend this i Manifested Forth Hi. s - Glory." Sunday school 10^5 a. m. The Lutheran Hour 3:30 over KLCN, -1 p. m. over WREC. Special congregational meeting after the morning service. Evening worship 7:30 p. m. Sunday school teachers to meet at 0:45 o'clock. A cordial welcome to all. TEMl'Li; itciman Pollack, lialiliL 1:30 p. m. Sunday school clasics will meet. .3 p. m. Program celebraling Ihc stela! meeting. J. L. GUARD Oetometriit Only Graclu.itc Optpmc- Irist in VJIythcvillt. Glasses Filled Correctly ampbell, of Fulton, and a sister, Mrs. Oscar Wheeler of Amity, Ark. Mrs. E. L, Hale is expected to be removed to her home today frcm Hie Blythevillc hospital where .she has been for Hie past three days' Ho was also the guest o! Miss Mary Allen Edrluglon. Mr. Creed BEAUTY WORK Appointment _JEAUTY • SHOP REDUCli SKNSimA' Swedish Massage, yap. 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