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f! Pa§§ Tws HOP! ItAl, HOM, AH* A HI At W431 Beiween S A.M, and 4 P,M, Calendar Monday, Oclbbfcr SO Citdp 5 WSCS of (he First Mo- IhodiKt Church will moot Monday, Ocl, 20 at 7:30 p.m. in (he hnrrte of Mrs Wade Bencfield, Mrs. t'nul Cam will be c?o-hostoss. An hifor- csling nntl informative progrnm hn"! boon planned and ail incrnbors aro urged to altend. gi» Wc-slovnn Service Ouild study group on "Middle East" will hnvo the final session Monday October 2t) at 7 p m nt the First Methodist Chinch. Wednesday October 22 .The 'Mothers of iho children of Brookwood Sehonl in Ihe 1st, 2nd. and Srd grades will hnvc a shitly on the "The Child nnd his Allowance," tin Wednesday Mai-niii(< fit 10 a. m. .if the home of Mrs. Bill Caldwell. ' Notice The 1 Hope Football boys. Cheerleaders nnd Monitors of Hie High Sc'hool b.ind will be Honor guest Sunday morning nt the First Methodist Church nt the morning Worship service 10:55 o'clock- Sundny October 10. 1058 Evening Shade Good Neighbors Club Meets The Evening Shade Good Neighbors Club met for their October mealing in the home of Mrs. Harvey Wright. There wore 10 members present .uul 2 visitors. The president, Mrs, Howard Garner, had the moftlni' c-omc to tn- tler by the group singinK "Take ^iho.Nnme of Jesus With You" and /'There Shall Bo Showers of Blessings," The devour mil w;is read l\v , Mrs. Harvey Wright. She read the 95th Chapter of Psalms followed. ' with prayer by Mrs. Joe Mai-fin. - Roll Call was .ihswored by "My - most useful electric appliance " '"After the business session sanies were enjoyed where Mrs. Buck Dc' Venney won prixes. Mrs. Wallace ' Bagwell won the door prize ' ,'Rofreshmcnts were njoyd by nil. The cl.ub will meot next month Mrs. 'DeVcniV.v. Miss Lorett.1 MtifiR Honbred with Bridal Shows? Thin- s tiny eVenini! ft b'fjtLll | er fur Miss I.orettii Miinn . ! ven in thr homo of Mrs. CnHer i Stilton with Mrs. Lee McCnln, M'rs. Ofnrge Oorrcll, and Mrs. J. n. Bullock os co'hoslessfts j Lovely an-angemcn'.s o* roses nhd /cnniiis cleeornted the Sultoti home, The honnrer wns atlfHCtivety at' tired in n two piece blue wlnlel- frock. Onmfs rniKlurlocl ny Mrs. .Md- Cnin niifl pn/es wore won by Hny Lawrciice, Mr$. Jim jM zie' and Mrs. Austin Hudson. Thi hostess served fro.itf.'d pWftC'fi, cookies, nuts and' mints to 21 guests, including thO'se ' from 6U.t of town. Mrs John Honen of. L(f- tie Rock. Mrr.. Johnny Pft.Udt 6f Ijittle Hock, Mrs. Sam Cox 6f Prescotl and Mrs. C. L. Benfiett of F.rmnet. >•< . f . Miss Munn daughtef Of Vff, and M'rs. C. P. Munn will, wed LoitrS Halbort son of Mr. and MPR. L. H llnlbert of Malverp on S.inircKiy Oelnber 18 in Fort Smith, where the groom is stntioned with the tr. S. Army. Wg» &'(. LAST DAY — 2 Big Ben Johnson 'FORT BOWIE" 1 _ Plus — " * Cornel Wilde " 'MARACAIBO'^ Late Show Tonight 1045 P, M, DOUBLE HORROR! STARTS SUNDAY .The 6reot Am^ricon Novel of the CiYil Y/orondtheOW South Comes to Life in All it' 5 Color , , . , » 7Sc Children , , , , 25c SsJ, AduHf ,,,,5Qs- SPICIAt MQ^ICAY STARTIWIS AT 2jOO P, M, Tina Class of Garrett Memorial Church Meet ; • The ladies No. 1 Sunday School Clnss of the Gnri'elt- \ Moinorhil Church met Tuesday nlfiht at Ih* homo of Iris Warren for their Sunday School Class meeting, with Norene Purlle us co-hostuss. • .•; The meeting was presided over by the president Julia Watkins' with NoriMic Purlle Sunday School', teacher opening the meeting with prayer. The devotional was given by Mildred Morton. This is a' new einss nnd was the first time to meet, the most impoi'ta'nf item of business svas naming the'.class. The class decided that it would be, culled The Tina Clnss in honor of Tnin Frith. The meeting was dismissed with prayer by -Mildred. Morton. The hostess ,served-.n delicious dessert plate with iced punch.. Nine m'embers nrtd Cive "guests' were present for the me'ctingi • Mrs. Fred Hunt Hostess to '47 Friendship Club (M'rs. Fred Hunt entertained the ''17 Friendship Club nt her- home on October 15. The hostess opened the meeting with prayer and read the 20th chapter of Matthew to continue the club's study oMhat G&spi-l Folosving the reacting', a discussion of the chapter was held by (he group. • ' In the absence of- the president, the business was conducted by "the secrutiu-y, ijylrs. Lloyd Lingo'. Mrs. J Nettie Wiggins won the' surprise package. At the conclusion ofMlie meeting, the Iiost6ss served doughnuts and coffee 1 , Mrs. Pt, C. Snelgrove, gnvp ah ;nterestlng demonstration on appetizing dishes using ground beef, a:nd prepared (he dish, barbecued hambCirgerS, when the Centervllle H,' D. Club met in tile home of (Mrs. Vcrnie 'Coynes October 15. .During the business session, officers *'for' the ' new year were elected as follows: president, Mrs.; s)d Skinner, Vice president. Mrs. P.'^D 1 ; Campbell, secretary treasurer, -'Mrs. D. M. 'Collcr, reporter, Mrs.! Snelgrbve. Health reporter, Mrs. W. C. Beck gave a report on the appearing fbf the Black widow spider in autumn. There were 13 members three Visitors, and Mrs. Wylie present. The qlub acfjourned to meetnig in November with Mrs. Campbell. Wsleyan Service Guild No. 1 Meets an Monday The Wesleyan Service Guild No. 1 of the First -Methodist Church met Monday, Oct. 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Miss Kathleen Broach. Mrs. Garland Medders, program chairman, assisted toy Miss Clarice Cannon, presented an interesting and informative discussion oh "United Nations." Miss Siwanne Sage closed the meeting with an inspiring devotional. During the Social Hour delicious cake and iqe cream were served to 12 members by the hostess. U'DC Pat Cleburne Chaper meet at Diamond' - ,' The U'DC Put Clebufns Chapter met at the Diamond Cafe, for luncheon on" Thursday. ' ' * ' , Mrs. N. P, O'tNeal president called the meeting to order, with Mrs. J.'W, Br'anbh'led the pledge allegiance to the flag »"nd salute to confederate and Ai-ka'nsasVflags, The secretary ren'd (he "minutes of' 86TH. ANNIVERSARY, SPECIAL, 5 Po, 'Maple Dinette, Se'ryice fop 6 dishes, Place Mats and stainless steel silverware, $86.00 , ,', MONTGOMERY-WARD • ' Toylor & Jordan - :USiD' f 'CARS' V' t < r- And; — '<-> ' BODY 216 t," Ha>e|, Orvllle" ; '"PR7'42^.- * * _*?..-'"*.-— Ihp {Jfevimts ffieetifig. the pfoghih% (Jfesfrflld oil Cohfedprate money and Us vnlue was preseftletl b? Mrs, J. W, Sffifieh. Lllsfc GiMSfl Club !ft. Kdwafdi Hemt the Litae Gafd"6H Club mel Wed* Resdaji 1 Bftefttotifi ih the h"6rhc of Mf-s. 0. W, Edwnfds, with MM. pewey fiabci- aHd Mi-s. 11. d. Norton as co*hoslesses. fhe hbti.se was beautifully decor- nted including n twin !1r^arlgt!mehl on Die mantle, the meeting wais oallctl to order by the president, M^. A. c!. Boll, Mrs. J, C. CaHloh led prayer, alid the secretary read the minute of the previous meeting «nd called the foil which was answered with garden grouches. Durnig the business dttes Wert collectrd and the ti-erisurei-s repott given. Mt-s. Gfhydoh Anthony's home was selected to be decorated for the dhHstmas, Club meeting. Mrs. Jim dole brought n pyracanthn arrangement. Mrs. Carl Gi-eenlec presented the pro i-tim of calndium oulbs and other bulbs. A dessert plate was served to 18 members, Cent«rvlll« H, D. Club on October 15 .Brook wood P. T. A, .Mee.U in auditorium The Brookwood P. T. A. met Wednesday night in the school auditorium Mrs, Arch Wylie, president, open'ed the meeting. Mrs. Joh'n Randolph read s the minutes and UIP devotional was given by Mrs. -W, T, Baber. It was announced that- Brookwood would have a chicken-spaghetti supper and carnival, Thursday night, October 30th. Roland Robjnson.cub scout master, presented the Brookwood Cub Scout- Charter, Troop 92 to. Mrs, Wylie. The program v>-as turned over to Mr, James Jones, who introduced' th» panel. An interesting and informative discussion was given on U r >e Retaining of The 37o Sales TON,. »,«"'.' , American' U«t»lon'. Au^i'liary Me«t» in Diamond Cafe . THe Twelfth District of the Amer- jc«n Legion Auxiliary niet in the private dining r'o'om of We, Diamond Cafe' on -Thursday ^ October J6fh. Hope' unit W>as hostess and gu'ests-'/rom 'Bradley, SVamps, and TexrirkanB attending;., , The 'floral sfriijigement? were made t>"y Mrs.'Lehroy gpates carrying 'out red',' white', and blue in ttfe dpe'oratipns,- Mrs, Cecil Weaver ' president of Hope unit .opened the ' meeting, ' welgpjne address was' given by Mrs," Ben Edmtasjon, response b'y ;Mrs..'P.h'ilUp'<Jf Tejcar- Kpna, Tlft distript prpsjdent Mrs, lioy Bakpr' presided' over, the ,bus- 'idess, ''aSynfdiiig of prices »pd An- n'6v»riepments were\ made, ^ after depsrtmeot membership 'n, 1 •Mrs. Joe pirts Jr, of a fepejydd , th'e, program 'fiJviifg W^h points on , 11 urging each umt {o, reap!) Weir "•qwot§g,,»n'Ji help -Qur disioel pn W%, buses, in 50 doing feririg Arkansas ffi? top- Dw«w r'W PP» wiis ' reported having •Church Announcements §66 N6flH P«f§uS6n §i A, B, Llv!fi§«6n» a.m. Hock of Ages ove? KXAtt, 6,ffi, Sunday Jewc-l Sllii, Supet-intendeht • 11 a.m. Morning Worship, Sermon by the pastof, ' , d:Sf3 p.m. Saptisl 'ffdftift| tffilbft Vi30 p. m. Evening Worship M&hday 2 p.m. Senlof W.M.A, Tuesday 7i.iO p.m. dofa Mae Wednesday 1 p.m. Teachers Meeting •7:45 p.m. Midweek Set-Vice and Prayer Meeting. PtRST peNTECCSTAL CHURCH Fourth and Fef9Ui>»« %tfefet§,, Rev, Lane, P.astoc Hirman EUedge Supt, Sunday 9.M5 a.m. Sunday School Merman Elledge, Supt, 11 a.m. Morning Worshiip 11 a. m. Children Church 6:30 p.m. Pentecostal Conqueror's. . , . :....... Mrs. Herman Elledge President. 0:30 p.m. Junior .Conqueror's SerVcie, M'rs. Pauline Hudson, President • 6i30 p. m. Children's; group — Mrs. Lucille Rowe In, charge. 7:30 Evangelistic Service Special singing. Wedneida> - . ; .•;' ; 1 p. ml Prayer Meeting 7:30 p, m. Bible Teaching, Saturday .. .,"',. ..'.A-. j •?..,., 7:30 p.^m. Evening;,Worship Everyone invited;',to attend. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE - , Ave. B and North Elm , Christian Science servtcet ere Held each Sunday morning at 11 in the new Woodmen of the World Building. On Corner of, Ave. B. and North Elm. Sunday School' at «:30, HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE. 321 North Main Street Rev. W. C. Land, P.attor ., Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. T, C. Cranford, Superintendent The Radio Bible Class, broadcast over Radio Station KXAR 10 i, m, Rev. W. C. Land is the 'teacher.' 11 a. m.. Morning Worship Sermon by the pastor. 4 p.m. Orchestra Rehearsal* 6:30 p. m. Junior and Senioi Christ's Ambassadors. 7:30 pirn. Evangelistic Service Sermon by the'pastor., Tuesday 3 p. m. Women's Missionary Council 6:30 p.m. .Orchestra Rehearsal Wednesday 7:30 pirn.' Mid-Wcek Service' ,, Thursday ' ., 6 p.m.-Boy Scouts, Troop 92, Scout Master S. Z; B'arvvick, Asst. Scout M'ast'er,' Albert Haygis. CATHOLIC CHURCH I 3rd and Walk e r Street* Father Joseph Enderllne, Pastor Mass nt 10;,30 round, tabie {l|seus§jpn was py Mrs, Robert P9W8li-iiJl4 Phillip? pt-TPSirHsna at ppppy Sales ,1^ ^br>§tniaa irara? |pr ysiprans Hospital? wa? ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAl. f Rev. A. W«b»ter Horstman :< Priest in, Charge 20th "Sunday "After Trlnlt/ 4 p,m, Evening "Prayer and sermon, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 701 South Main 'St. Rev. L, T. Lawrence D, D, Minister ',' . Sunday 9:30 a. m, Coffee' Hour for Men's Bible Class, '• 9:50 a.m. Sunday School Classes for all ages, Mr. Cr'it Stuart, Jr. Supt. 9:50 a,m,, v Men's Bible Class. The lesson will be taught by George W. I^ewis. They Jopljn,' president Pr, J. W. Branch, pianist 9,;50 a.m.' Women'svWWa CJa'ss The Jes'soh will be' 'Ijui&ht l by Mrs, ,Jim ^cKen?ie •' , ' ," president, JVfrs, Tom^opipton Pianist, Mrs, Arthur' WmmeH - . 11 a.m. 'Morning Worship Layrnen's Sunday -will W o&'se nt the Presbyterja'iv Chuj-cji, Ar Wirhmoji >v}Jl ftave Slip JnYo Gordon Btiylegs wiP r«a<j tjie lure, George Liewis' will off?'r ^e' Morning Pmyer. The Morning Spr. mon \yill be ".Men Wanted" £&' U)pro "Master, We Com? to Thee'," 5 p.m. Vesper Servjt's This service will P? MR^pr Jll§ dii'uption Of J^'iT!?!) »v!|Jl Jphn B., J,owe presi4ing, Script H'rp Py WflJ- E. Tojieson. P/syer by Crit Slwart Jr. Address ^S?ok Ye First" J by jfon, p. &, Nwin 'Jr. WoyW wju havs <h? Romany teran a^ wijl pigej at ' at fiija, Tftis ii JQ bPi homo p$ ajv, sni 'Mri* Fostei\o| GHRISflAN Wliftim tilli Hapfn, 9:45 a.m. ehyffih ;,seh6ol with classes ffiff all fifSi, id: So a.m. Morning Worship, Cornmuhioti, anthem by the Choifi The rfiltllstef is 'atterldirig the ln^ iernati6nai,C6iiVenti;ofi of dhris"Uiin'. (jbtirrhes i .St, Lohis Ih his absehde She pulpit will bn ,'illed by tJi ; , L, ll. West. rb.'hir.f I'lieHfii pastor of (h'S church. Df west itiiikes his ; home in SfrreVepoM. 5 p.m. Vespeh Service. Sermon by .or. West. . 6 p.m. Christian Youth Fellow* ship. PIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Jdhrt H. MaClatia'fian, H«hfy WhltloWj Mirtlstef of musle Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School Muber't Thrash Supt. 10:60 a.m. Morning Wsfshtp Setmoh by the. pastor, 4M5 p.m. Vpttth Choif .followed by supper 5 p. m. Baptist Hour • KXAR 0:30 p.m. Training Union Leon Davis, Director 7:45 Evening Worship Sermon by the pastor. Monday 2 p. m.. WMS Circle M'eellngs Tuesday 0:45—1 District WMU Meeting at Mt, Ida; Mrs, Thelma. Frith Bagby Missionary; to Brazil is the speaker yVednesdix , , . , 5:15.p. m. Betty Jones GA • ^ 0:30 p. m. G, A. Sunbeams, R. A.'s. 6:45 p. m. Dr. McClanahan will teach Sunday School lesson. 7:30 p. m. Fellowship Hour of prayer. G.A. Coronation 8:15 p. m. Chancel Choir Rehearsal. Mr. Henry Whitlow, Director. CHURCH OF CHRIST. Walnut Street 8. R. Tlpton, Minister Sunday "Let- The Bible Speak" KXAR '8:10 a.m. »:45 a. m. Bible Class 10:45 a. m. Morning Worship 6:30 p. IN.'. Bible Class 7:30,p. m. Evening Worship • Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Midweek Bible Class UNITY iAPTIST CHURCH , Fifth and 8*uth Hervey Paitor, Eld, Bill Moer* Sunday 1:25-8:35 c, m. Unity Gospel Hour KXAR, 9:45 a, m. Sunday School Supt., Bro, .Jesse McAdam U a, J m. Morning Worship ri 6:30 p, m. B. T, S, GOSPEL LIGHT HOUSE Pentecostal FalWi Andres .and. Aye. C, Lacy 'Rowe, Pastor 7;30 a.m.. Radio Broadcast '9;'-l5 a, m, Sunday School Claybdrn Rowe, Supt, 11 a, m, Morning worship 7;30 p.m. Evening Worship Sermon by Pastor Wednesday 4 p,m. Corner Club for Children . 7;30 p,m, Prayer meeting and Bible Study, CHURCH Of CHRIST, Mb and Grady Street O,! H.' 'Painter,. Minister -Sunday , , v 19 a, m, Bible School tor all . Preaching at JP;45 to Il;35 a.m. 11; 45 a,m, Lord's Supper 6; 30 p.ni, Young Peoples Class FreacWog and Lord's supper at 7 Ho' 8 p,m« ' Wednesday , 7 ,p",rn, Prayer Meeting •You' are \yelcorne to all services, FIRST METHPPIST.CHUJ1CH .W?;»t secend, and PJn? str««»t' -R*v. Rufws §9rr?llSi' Miniiter 9^5 3,m, Cbw'ch Schoo} *AJbert Cl'flvos will teach the Century Bible C)ass. , JQ)55 a, m, Mprning Service A-flfteiT} "The 'Sing o{ Love My S!)?pherc| Is," ^.Sjojojst MUs Margaret Ne]Je Med- defs't-' Sepnon "Or* pjaying T)>e 6srne-pf Jyife" by " MVF ing" fey Minister. ' p»m. ve9 s -w M/t, ' : Wade » - Mrs. L6N5K6 §APfll? 9:45 Ifri. CHifrch Sehdol JEila Mobinsonv dent: • • ' ' 11 a.frl, MoMSifll Worship 6:30 jj.ffi. BTO Mrs. LoUlSe ¥efgef, 8iffdtfe"gS jJ.fK. Sveftittg Worship a p.m. tftifiibr Choir 7i30 ti.rfi. §ehiof Choir Seheafsal ' fi p.m. dbsfed Choms tteheafsal ?:30 p.m'. Mid Week fellowship 4 p.m. Sunshine Batid and dfbh's Chbftts'Meheafsai Mf-s, James fi, doby, Mev, j, § .Mopgan, 9i45 a.m. Sunday School W. M. Mlildrmv, SujJfeHtHettdefit 11.a.m. Mornirfg Wm-ship diSo p.m. A.C,fi. League 9;SO p.m, fivetiing Worship M6rtday 7.'50 p.m. Stewardess Board and Missionary Socifity 7.-30 p.m. Official Board Meeting Tuesday , 7.'36 p.iflu dtt&if flehesml. BEBEE MEMORIAL C.M.E. Rev, C, S, Stearns,' PastoP 9:30 a.m. Church Sfihool Mrs. Annie ,B&B'..Verger, Supt 10145 a.m. MoY*ing Worship 6:30 p.m. Young People's Meeting,., Mrs. .Mdttie Sanders, Counselor. 7:30 p.m. Evening Evangelistic Services • • Mbnday , „ . 8 p.m. Official Board .Meeting 3 p.m. Missionary Circle No, 2 Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Usher Bogrd Meeting 6 p.m. Missionary Circle No. 1 7:30 p.m. Missionary Circle No. 3 Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.m. Senior and Youth Choir Rehearsal Friday 7 p.m. Fellowship Supper (1st and 3rd) Saturday 3 p.m. .Children's Choir Rehearsal. . . . MT. ZION, C.M-E. CHURCH Rev, 'j. S. McFadden, Pastor 9:45 a.m'. Sunday School J. L. Verge, Superintendent 11 a.m. 'Morning Worship 5 p.m. Epwor'ih League Mrs. Egtella "Smith, president 7:30 p.rq. Evening Worship Monday . S'p.'m. Missionary Society 5 p.m. 'Yoiit'h 'Choir Rehearsal 7:30 pirn". Official Board Meeting Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.- Senior Choir Rehearsal , Wednesday , ^3; 30 p;m. Stewardess Board Meeting , Friday ,7:30 p.m, Steward's Board M,eetin.c; , ^ fl < ' t ? * <• DAVIS/CHAPEL CHURCH Rev. H. A.' Davis, Pastor 9:45"a. m, Sunday School "Mrs, Odessa Campbell, Superintendent. 11 a, m, First and third Sundays —Morning Worship. GARRETT' CHAPEL BAPTIST Rev, F.,R, Williams, Pastor 9:45 a.rh, Sunday School L, C, Wyatt, Superintendent 11 a.m, Mornjng Worship (1st and 3rd Sundays) General Missionary Day (Second Sunday) Junior Church Day (Fourth Sunday) 6:30 p.m. BTU — Mrs, -Georgia Hickles, -Directress 1 p.m- Gospel Hour Broadcast Monday, 4; 30 p,m, Missionary Circle No, J. 7 p.m, Missionary Circle' No, 2 7 p,m, Missionary Circle NO, -3 7 p.m, Missionary Circle No, 4 Tuesday 7:30 p,m. Choir Rehearsal Wednesday 7;30 p,m. Mid Week Prayer. Ser vice Worker's Council Friday) QF ©op 0. N, Pennls, Pastor 9;45 a,nv Sunday School M.V-S, M^J'U'e Richardson, Supt, . J}.!3p a,ru, Morning Worship 6!30 p.m, Y.P.W.W, Mrs. Clara Muldyow, Supervisor 7;30 p.m, Evening Worship p,rn, Home & Foreign M}3- , Player Seryigg, S}QJJ Friday- f.',3.o-p,m, Paper's AW Si WaiMnstsn, . Suoday Hli Brownie ffoop fsfo. 2 enjoyed S weinor roast at the hofhe of theif leader, Mrs. Aubrey Afldersori and 'daughter, SaHdi-a May, at theiT home on Monday afternoon. the B'fowtties fade .bikes, play' dd oh the swifigs artd enjoyed many gam.es. Ginny Si'ay was wel» comi=d as a tiew mefriifaef then they roasted Weinefs and ' mafshrne> lows. Cold drinks and eookifes Wei-e also served to fiorothy Gt)V' ingioh, Melen Ffiehd, Gall G>s» ham. Gildii Fay Mines, 3tift6l\.6 Me^ Anally, Vcrhia Ogleffcy, LiHda Smith. Kay VandiVer, Stisafi Wai'4, Jahet JordaJl, ChaHblte Arnold and guests .Jafiet atid Steve fii'ight, Lynn Shackleford, Betty OgleSb.y., Brenda Mines, Mrs, J. C. Mines and Mrs. Dawson Ogle'sby, : PresbyteHati Wewen M««t frhe Women oi the Pfesbytii^fln Church met on "Monday afternobn at the church for the general Meet' ing, Mrs. C. M; Moore, president, called the meeting to order and read n meditation from pay By Day and led in prayer, During the business session the minutes were read by the secretary, Mrs. Carl Dalrymple. Mrs. Tom Bemis, treasurer, gave a report. Reports of general officers and chairman were heard, Mrs. D. L. McRae Jr. presented the following slate of officers 'that was accepted: President, Mrs. Carl Dalrymple; Secretary, Mrs. Allen Gee; Historian; Mrs. S. O, Logan; Committee Chairman, Christian Education, Mrs. J. -H. Robertson; Spiritual Growth, Mrs. C. H. Moore General Fund Agencies, Mrs. D. L. McRae Sr,; Church Extension, Mrs, Vernon'Buchanan; Annuities Relief, M'rs. Vernon Fore. Mrs. J. R. Bemis presented fn"e program on "The Church— The Reconciling Fellowship" and closed the meeting with prayer. Cub Scout Den 1 Me e ts Monday 'Cub Scout Den 1'began the seasons activities when it met' on Monday afternoon in the home of Den mother Mrs. Dudley Rouse with Mrs. Bob Reynolds assisting. The meeting was 'opened 'with the Scout Pledge and Law. Den Chief Bobhy Reynolds directed several games and the study on American Folk Lore was in charge of Mrs, Reynolds, William Taylor was celebrating his ibirthday and his mother, Mrs. Juanita Taylor, • served birthday cake, and ice .cream. Others present were John Reynolds, Bob Rouse, Walter Nelson, Kenny Formby,. Larry Jameson, Randy Grimes and Gary Stewart. efid- \vllh his sister; MfS, Wallace PuHle afid fafhiiy. Mf. an'd MVs. J. b". Mines am? Silly .had as their weekend guests Mr! and Mrs! E"arl Mines of £1 Dorado atid Tommy Siichmian Of Ml 1 , ah'd Mrs. Cecil G-rantt and daughter of Jonesboro spent thd weekend -with their parefitsi Mi". 'afi'd'Mfs, G. D*, AtkiHsoH ahd Mi's. AJtd''>G"rafi£t. Mr. and Mrs. John •VitlHoW ti'fld 'daughters of Lewis't Ville< were' also guests of Mrflp •Sranttr ' ' - i and Mrs; Mody Butler Jr., of s,' TfeaS Were the weekend 'guests ' of :their parents, Mr. and 'Mrs; M. W. Butler and M'r, and Mrs. HeYmon Tippett. M^s. J. M, Ingram accompanied Mh' and"Mrs. Alvin Ma'rdin and Mr, ahd Mrs, Walter Tale of Cdnv den to Bastfop, La., where the^ Wef6 the guests, of Mr, and Mrs? Fred Hfibertsoh, Johnny Stork of Little Rock dpent the.weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stark and Mr, and Mrs. Ka»l: ..King J.r<,'and was accompanied home by Mrs. Stark, Jonathan. andlKimberly Kay Who spent the past' week here, ' if Mr.,-and, MI;SI ( , Aubrey Anderson and Sandra Kay and, Mrs. Jim Breed of Emmet were 'the'-weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. .Lawrence Easlerling and Jackie in Hope. Wynciell ' Deaton, student at Ouaehlta College, spent the .week- In case of illness*or Accident, Call an v .'. 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