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*» s A $ Safufday, ©rtabsr I5t 1959 *% Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A.M. and 4 P.M. *' Monday, October* 2? w The Hnrrnony Bible Class of the t First Christian Church will meet * Mtfnday, "Oct. 27 at 2 p.m. in the •phobic of 'Mrs. Earlcne Fenwlck. ^ .All members arc urged In ultond. Tuesday, October 28 AK of PKO will moot Oct. 28 in the home of C. V. Nunn Sr., with Mrs. , W, Perkins as co-hnstoss. HIP clistnct ronvonUon to bp held in Tt-xiirknna on November 2. Bingo was enjoyed by the iriefn- bej-s, with Miss Lucile Wall. Mrs. I.). K. l'";nis. and Miss Charlenc WiRRins as winhcrs. A snlnd plate wns served (n (he Circle members. Nixon Shifts PtSffl f*agS lo (lie ugly laStiRs of Mr. In ft New York !nlk. WiJcrm struck attetv nl "radicals" In prc- n (3O? j victory in tlir New VoH< elections. Church Announcements Although he didn't mrntfoii j mon'. st, MAHK'§ Rev. A. WSbstef Hbfstffilfi P>lesl IH ehdrfls 21st Sunday Aft f tdfllty 4 p.m. Evening Prayer and ser* «"• Tho Cosmopolitan Club will rncH ""Tuesday, Oct. 28 nt '7: < i3 p.m. in | (he home of Mrs Oliver Adams, with Mrs. William E, Harris ns co-hostess. CleArm Lilac Club tours Pottery Plant A lour nf the Cnmnrk Pottery in ('iimrlpn. Ark. wn.s made by mpmbri 1 * "f thp DivAnn Lilac Our- tlfii Cliil) on October 21. After viewing ilii' interesting process of There will be a meeting of the Delia Kappa Gamma Society in the home of Mrs. Horace Fuller ut 4 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28. Mrs. P. L. Perlcins will be co^hpsless- Cub Pne.k !>2 will meet at BrooV School Tuesday. O.cl. 28 a ^""7 p,m. Attendance of parents ai will be checked. *••*-•> American Legion Auxiliary J^Post No. 12 Meets in j#r,Ts.'Kiiig Home *?v »W^ *«U**T,hG 'American Legion Attxillar f^Post No. 12 met Tuesday at 7:3 l. in the home of Mrs. Fran ; wjth Mrs. W. H. Guntcr Sr •Mrs, Homer Beyerly as co »,meeting was opened by th ^president, 'Mrs. .Cecil Weaver, an' less which came up was n re from the Poppy chairman >, irtuMVB. JVIary Hamin- Plans wer '.- "'"ttiade for the November sale, an "*oAhe' jjate will ibe November 8. -. MA rpj^p- tfeasm-ej- report was give '!',, £*aixd tho imil had voted at th.o fal .-"; mi conference to give ten dollars 01 V/ ^TJV..' Set for veterans hospital. -,, ./'ll'lie program was in charge o >' -M-Mrs, Charles Taylor, and fealur , ( _-*"!c«H"Education and Scholarship fo : , • ''War Orphans, also veteran's Bone , , fit, and she used Mr. Royce Weis ' f .<~ • enbcrger as her speaker. His tall ''' t' \Vas extremely interesting'and In , .Jlwrmatlws. After which Mrs. Kin), - , , gave facts of interest on Sales ~ t> • Tax, and pjjrt Hcrnpst.end .Co, had o ' received from such, 'V,,,, Th.o hostesses served indiyidua <>•<• pies and coffee to )9 • members, •** I and 2 guests present. ., Woodman Circle Meets In Wiggins Home The Woodman Circle root last • Tuesday evening with Miss Lucile Wall as hostess', The scene of 'the 'meeting was the home of Mrs, tyct- 'tie Wiggins, who had pretty bou- Tciuets of yellow daisies ;ipd potted greepery as 'decorations. Plans were made fpr altpn.ding * v i I LAST DAY — 2 Big Hits Mark Steven? GUN FEVER Plus — GANG WAR LATEs'sHOW TONIGHT , I0f;45 p, M, 2 BIG PACE CHIIDRE STARTS SUNDAY TWP §ilery . ( « in the CimGABLE- •*WS!aaff* HI H Cnmduii hole) and enjoy- led poinls »f inleri-st on Ihoir re turn lri|» I" Hope- Thtise from the DeAnn Li In Garden Club making tho trip wen. Mrs Wnvw.'ird Burke, Mrs. Lida Arnold. Mrs. W. H. Burke, Mrs C. n. Siiniut'l. Mrs. Irvin Burke Mrs. Hichard Arnold, Mrs. Jewel Burke. Miss Lillie Clark, and little Ml.ws r<>?.y Burke and Nan Ar nold. District Flfemans Assoclntion Meets clilcken Was served to approximately 55 firemen and theii wives ut a meeting of Ihe Distric 1 Firemens Association in Hope pn Oct. 21. A! the dinner, which was served nt I ho local Fire Station, tho tables were decorated with mix- ils of fall flowers in Mexican pottery. While tho firemen had n business meeting with District President, W. M. Lcmley of Texarkana in charge, their wives wont to the home of Mrs. J. W. Cunningham. Mrs. Hoy Tnylor was chairman ol the fiiteYtiiinmunl which included numerous games and clever pri7.es. The met ling was attended by jnemoors of the District Fireman's Assn. n-oni Bradley, Nashville, Tcxarknna and Hope. The next district mcolins will be in Nash ville. Mrs, Murphy Hostess To Bridge Club Mrs. Tom Kinser and Mrs. Garret! Story were guests of a Tuesday Bridge Club which met with Mrs. S. L, Murphy on Oct. 21. The nostess used arrangements of chrysanthemums ns floral decorations n her home. Mrs. C. C. Lewis won the prize or high scare and Mrs. Tom Kin- ?«r received the Bingo prize. Pic ind coffee were served to a.blcs of players. two Junior Garden Club Organized at Washington Mrs. J. O. Luck of the Garden :iub of Hope onganized a Junior jarden Club at the Washington i-rade School on Tuesday October 21st. Members of the club are students of grades four through eight. At the meeting officers were, elected, and Tho Climbers wa^ chosen as tho name of the club, .leanoUe Julsoy was named ^resident, Sandra Sinn, vice presi- enl, Charlotte,' Hoosier, secret ary, James Luck treasurer, and Margaret Etter' reporter. Mrs, ,\ick explaiiKd the objectives of lie club and conducted an identi- ication contest of 30 familiar an- uals and shrubs. Prizes for cor- cclly naming the largest num- jors went lo Gone Shoemaker nd Margaret Etter. Mixed candies ere served and the meeting ad: ourned with the Lords Prayer. Oglesby Sixth Grade Makes Fi e ld Trip Tuesday afteviiQon October 21, he sixth grade of Oglsby School •nadp a science field trip,;Con- nuing their study of' evergreen ,nd deciduous trees the group ouved the immeditae neighborhood hartjng deciduous trees and walH- A to the city hall lawn to examine he live oaks. Cardinals Defeat Jap Te^jri TOKYO (AP) — The St. L,ouis ardinjilg rocko4 Japan's Ajl- .Deitioernts, he left no doubt of hi.-target in declaring: "The reactionaries nf today ard the radicals who soek bitsgcr and bigRer fiovornftient, FO tnnt llu-.v can spend ahd spend, and elect nnd fleet. The liberals <if today nro those conservatives who seek | In restore power and Initiative In the people where they belong." In a similar vein. Sr-riftsiry of Commerce Wroks told a ricplitilv can mooting lit Chnrleston. W. tfa "All-lime record ))n>speritv again is within our renrli. Don't i let radical Democrat politicians Ftiatch it away." The Tit. Rev. Robert It, firotvn, Bishop of Arkansas will be With us. Folllowing the service there will be a fellowship supper in the parish house. The Executive doffi* mitteo will mi-et with the Bishop. 11 a. Hi. Mofnifif sise ji, m, n. f, s PIR8T CHRISTIAN 5HUBCH William glfti HdfHt, Pastac Organist tar.s 5;? with a big aasisj from, on 3?lp|ii}Jgi)me in the ppen,er of ' 10-game tour oC Japan tqday, Plasingamo • blasted tliree hits iaj pi'PSS-'PPd tsvo 'rvjns to help •ppls up "ftp olj}prw|so close con- esl agains'j Jr»pf>n's best -- -'•anal pqseball stgys, Stan (Tile lyjai^ MUS|B| ,fSM}' UlfS-' - TONITE & Sundoy POU6LI FEATURE , Greet Locomotive Chase Credits Bill Meyer With His Success By ARNOLD 2EITL1N CHESTER, Pa. (AP) — In l.hr midst of congratulations tiver hia selection as The Associated Press Manager of the Year. Danny Murtaugh remembered another Pittsbui-igh manager today. "Bill Meyer helped me an awful lot," the sharp-featured. 41- year-old Pirates managoi' said a! his home here. "Toward the end of niy career, 1 got to thinking about wauling lo be a manager- Billy, sv.oulcl let me sil next to him on the bench. ITe gave me all sort* of advice, told me why he did things. "Bill was a good baseball man." Murtaugh, former second baseman, who never played tor a major league team that finished hitih- ur than fourth place, was named Manager of the Year Thursday for his feat ol! leading the unher- ilded -Pirates into second place in JD58. The 84-70 finish, eight games behind the pennant-winning Milwaukee -Braves, wns the Pir;iles' best since 1944. They finished in a tin for last place, in 1057. It was Mur- laugh's first full season as manager. He succeeded Bobby Bragan Aug. 3, 1957. The stocky, 5-foot-9 manager played for the late Meyer in 194!}, ivhen the Pirates finished fourth nnd Meyer was acclaimed Mini-' agcr' of the Year. It was the only ime in seven full seasons with he Philadelphia Phillies and the Pirates that Danny played on a "irst-divjsion ciutj. I^e played bi'iof,- ly for the Boston Braves ih 194G y Murtaugh started his managing career with New Orleans of the Southern Assn. in 1952. He received M9 voles in-The As- socjatpd Press poll of "sports, vriters nnd sports broadcasters, •fe beearhp the first manager to be chosen in competition with nanngers of 'both leagues. Pro- 'iously, tho Associated Press poll olerted one manager in each eague. Bill Rigney, of t|ie third-place San Francisco Giants, was second o Murtaugh with six votes. Fred llaney of Milwaukee and Casev Stengel of tho championship Now York Yankees each • collected fivo fiist-plaee numitjatiojis; "Lopez received four, Jimmy Dykes, whn finished thp season at' Cincinnati. Harry Craft ot "TCnnsns City nnd Joe Gordon, who 'completed (ho year a| C^pvolniid, one each. FIRST West Second and PlMe ftev. Rufus S6ffe|ls, Minister fl:45 a.m. Church School Lamar Williams will (each the Century fiible Class, 10;S$ a, m. Morning Service Atithom "Rejoice In The Lorjii Always" — Sermon "Fading Dream" 5:30 p.m. Inlertnediate and Senior MYF 5:30 p.m. Wesley Club 7 p.m. Evening Worship Special music "One God" — Chapel Choir — Sermon "The Perfect Tal- cnt of Sin" by Minister Monday 0;30 a.m. The WSCS Willl observe Week of Prayer and Self Denial u'ith services at the church each Morning, beginning Monday, 0^t> 27 through Oct. 31. A special offering will be taken for ly/lssions. 7:30 p.m. Sub District Meeting of MYF Groups in the Blevihs Me- Hindis! Church. 7 p.m. Meeting of The Council Wednesday 7 p.m. Chapel Choir will meet at tho church for practice. 7:30 p. m. Chancel Choir will meet nt the church for practice. HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE, 321 North Main Street" ' " Rev. W. C. Land, P.aWor Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. T. C. Cranford, Superintendent The Hadio Bible Class.'liroadcast over Radio Station KXAR 10 a. 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 Senior Christ's Ambassadors 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service Sermon by the paslor. : Tuesday 3 p. m. Women's Missionary Council : :'"• G:30 p.m. Orchestra-Rehearsal Wednesday , 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week .Service Thursday , ' i G p.m. Boy Scouts, -Troop 92, Seoul Master S. Z. Barwick, Asst. Scout M'aster, Albert 'Hargis. Prp Coge Bullefs Sign College Star BALTIMORE (A/P) — Ron Sha- cik; former basket ball star ot North Carolina State, has 'boon signed by the Baltimpre Bullets of the Eastern League. The 2-1-year-old pjayor, who stands S-foai-8, split the last two seqaons with Ihe Now York Knickerbockers O f (he National Basket- bttij Assn, ?!ind thoir farm team at Lennox, Moss., in the New Ens- Jnnd League. Shavik scored. 1,701 points for N, C. State, averaging ??.l' points p game 'as a junior for Ilis best spfison. Near quiney, F)a, more than half p{ the United l^tgtes supply pf fullers earth js fquncl. Fuller's is used in rpUll'uia oils and GARRETT-MEMORIAL BAPTIST 300 North Fersusbh'-Sp Eld. A. D. Liv!ngston;'~Pa»t<>r Sunday' . O- ,. **_ ( ''^ 9 a.m. Rock ofi Ages"Broadcas over KXAR. - 9:50 a.m. Sunday School Jewel- Still, Superintendent 11 p.m. Morning Worship, Sermon by the pastor. '' 6:30 p,m. Baptist Traning Union 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship Monday 2 p.m. Senior W.M.A. I Tuesday 7:30 p.m, Cora Mae Auxiliary Wednesday ' • 7 p.m. Teachers Meeting 7:45 p.m, Midweek Service and Prayer M'petjng. School 9:45 a.ttl. ChUffiil Sehdol With classes fo? all SgeS, 30:50 a.iti, Morning Worship, Communion, anthem by" Ihe cholf, The minislel- is attending the ln« ternational dohVetttioH of Ghristiaft C'iurf!ie.= i St. Loins Jtt his *iHsehce tlic pulpit will be /Died by Dr. L tl. West, fo-n.r.r J'|ierirri foftskip of l*i:s clniruh Dr West Itiakes his home in ShfeVepoii, 5 p.m. Vesper SefVide, Sermon by Dr. West. 6 p.m. Christian Youth Fellow* ship. L6N6KE EApflsT , Ms*, JSffitl i, 56by» • Srlo a.fn. Church School : •Mrs. 'filil lioblfisdfl, SugSftellft glint. II a.m. Mofnihg" 6:30 p.m. fi¥U M'rs. Louise Vefgef, fiifeclfelg *?!3(5 p,fh. Evening Worship Tueiaay S p.ttii JfUfiiof Choif fteheafsal liSO pittl. Senior Choir 8 .p.m. Gospel ChbfUS fleheafsa ?:30 p.m* Mid Week Fellowship Service Saturday 4 p.ffi, Suftshifi§ Sand 6fid Chil dren's ChqFUs Mehearsal Mrs. Jafngs fi, Coby, tiifeetfess SITHEL A*M,i, CHURCH CATHOLIC CHURCH . 3rd and Walker Street* Father Joseph Enderlfne, Pastor Mass at 8 o'clock CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Rev. Thomas E, Wight South Elm Street Sunday 9;.45 Sunday School 10:50 a, m. Morning worship Sermon by Bro,' Wight. 7 p. m, N, P. S. and Junior mcetnig. 7:30 Evening Worship. Message by the pastor. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Midweek Bible Study. Lesson by Bro. Wight. Thursday 2:30 p ; m. Prayer and Fasting at the church. 7 p.m. Trailblazers will meet at the church with their leaders, Rev. Thomas Wight and Dcnton Harvin. GOSPEL V.IGHT HOUSE Pentecostal Faith Andres and Ave. C. Lacy Rowe, Pastor 7:30 a.m. Radio Broadcast 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Clayborn 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. Rev, J, § ,M6f>gari, 9!4S a.W. Sunday Schbol" W, M, Miildi'o\v, Superintendent 11 a.rn. Morning Worship 6i36 p.ffl, A.d.E. League 7!3& p.m, fiVefting Worship Monday ?!30'p,rn, Stewardess Board and Missionary Society 7:30 p.m. Official Board Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p'.tn, Cholf Rehearsal- C.M.E. ReV<:Ci S. Steafns, Pastor 9:30 a,rn. Church School Mrs. Annie Bell Yerger, Supt, 10:.45_ a.m, Mbru'tig Worship 6:30 p.m. Young People's Meeting, Mrs. Mattie Sanders, Counselor. ; 7:30 p.m. Evening Evangelistic Services Monday 8 'p.m. Official Board Meeting 3 p.m. Missionary Circle N6. "2 Tuesday 7] 30 p.m. Usher Board 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 • • < r 7 p.m. Fellowship Supper (1st and 3rd) Saturday 3 p.m.' Children's' Choir Reheat sal. ' F)RST PENTECOSTAL Chf.UFJCH Fourth and Fergus?*? Streets , R e v. Lane, Pastor Herman Elledge Supt, Sunday 9;"J5 a.jn. Sunday, Schopl Herman Elledge, Sttp{. 11 a.m. Morning Worship Jl a. ni. Children Church ' B:30 p.m. PehtecostAl' Cp or's;' '. ' "' Mrs, Herman Elledge P 6:30 p.m. Junior "pog Servcie, M'rs, Pauline' Jludson. President 0:30 p, m, Children's |rp«p Mrs. Lucille Rowe in 7; 30 EyangelisiiQ Special singing, " Wednesday l p, m, Prayer M ee t)nS 7:30 p. jn, Bibje T,ea.ph,}nj{ Saturday 7:30p, m, Everyone Aye. g fnj Nsr^h ilni CJyJstiaj) ^c}eflce to »nd North OHVB6H * l«$p.rjQ-. Bvfijaiii WsJi&tff •• - wStttafiy™'-*^^'*^^^ 1 ""'^' - *»%»• iKtHtiJmm. , : J^"&K;% s *'Bi}liii^V: ttarMAffiMfl v W&™m SM&I&IW %. Si i iS •aRlfs/Mi T«n = HS itr n* J Si FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 701 South Main St. Rev. L. T. Laurence D. p. Minister Sunday 9:30 a, m. Coffee Hour fo Men',s-< Bible Class. 9:50 a'.m.' Sunday School Classes for ' all ages. Mr. Cri Stuart, Jr. Supt. <." * <i. •> ' ; 9:50 a, m,' Men's Bible Class. The lesson will be taught by John B. Lowe, George W. Lewis. Thell Joplin, president Dr, J, W," Branch, pianist 9;50 a.m. Women's Biblo Class The lesson will be taught by Mrs, Jim "McKenzle President, Mrs. Tom Cornpt9n Pianist,' Mrs, Arthur Wimrnell ri'a.m, Morning Worship Anthem "Seek Ye The Lord" by Junior Choir — Sermon "Marching Off 'the Map" ' -5 'Pjjn, 'Vesper Service " Special music "True Hearted, Whole Hearted" — Junior Choiv Sermon "Out 'of the Depth," 6 p.m, PYF will meet for suppe) Becky W^jlJer wjl) )ead the Pione r Group — Sharon Foster will leac the Senior-Group. - ' 7 'p.m; Adu)t Choir Practice : Tuesday JO *a,p>. General meeting of Women of 'the Church VVjfdpesday , Juniors -sviH meet at the 4; 30, to g;30 p.m. The Saturday !()• a.rp, JunioF Chpip Pyactica SOUTH Rrivs pf 8.03' , , Bible CJiib Seryjge, Semes p.m.. Jfisi p;m, Mist WISH MT. 2ION C.M-E. CHURCH R«v, J. S. McFadden", Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School J. L. Verge, Superintendent 11 a.m. Morning Worship 5 p.m. Epworth League Mrs. Estella Smith, president 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Monday 5 p.m. Missionary Society 5 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal 7:30 p.m, Official Board Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal • ' Wednesday 3:30 p.rn,' Stewardess Board Meeting .Friday. , . 7:30^ p.m. Steward's , Board Meeting DAVIS. CHAPEL CHURCH Rev, H. A. Davis, Pastor 9;45 t a, m, Sunday School Mrs, Odessa Campbell, Superin tendent, 11 a. m. First 'and third Sun days — Morning -Worship, GARRETT CHAPEL BAPTIST Rev, F. R, Williams, Pastor 9:45 a.m, Sunday School L.'C, Wyatt, Superintendent Jl a,m, Morning Worship (1st and 3rd Sundays) General Missionary Day (Second Sunday) Junior Church Day (Fourth Sunday) 6',30 p,m. BTU — Mrs. Georgia Pickles, Directress 1 p,m- Gpspel Hpur Broadcast M9nday 4;30 p,m, Missionary circle NP, 7 p,'m- Missionary circle. NO, .7 p. mi Missionary Circle NO. 7 p.m., 'Missionary Circle No, Amendments Continued frofri ?a|e ballols ''for" or "agaifist" Act 19 of 195?. A majority of "for" votes Will keep the three pel- cent lax in effect; a majority of "against' voles will fpver't the tax to IhP Idle lechers Continued from Pafe 6n§ the funds withheld fr.orh the tins'* ed schools. The board has alloeab ed UfS.GG per pupil ih the LiUic< former 2 per eetlt. The rneasure to allow lobal Rock district, ahd this mont^J governments lo issue bonds for aiding induslry is contained in a proposed arhendrheht to the stale Constitution. ' It Would authorise any city of Ihe first or sedond class, any in* corpoi-ated town, ahd any county to issue bonds with the ebn?p»t of a majority of Voters who cast ballotts in ah electioii called for that purpose. the amendment slates that the money raised 'through the sale o» ho bonds Would be Used "for the purpose of securing and develop' ng induslry." Thai could mean Ihrough loans to private firms, acquisition of sites and facilities or rent to firms, or other methods. A Special tax is provided today off the bonds. It could not be more than five mills on the dollar -innually on real and personal property which currently is subject o tax. The ..bonds could not be issued or', a period longer than 80 years, md provision is made for suspend' ng the special tax any time the money Is not needed for bond jaymenls, The constitutional proposal is one of three submitted to the voters by the Legislature. The others would increase the pay of egislators and "prohibit ihe state Yom levying ad Valorem taxes. would follow a student who trans* fet-red out of the district if thd poiirts approve. Meanwhile, enrollmehl at th» Private School Corp. high sclipnl was swelled by 240 sopiiomoreS' 1 They joined about the s a til e number of juniors who t-nrollftrl Wednesday and some 250 seniors who entered earlier this week. Classes for seniors are ttndei way. But the juniors and sophq*, mores will have to Wf.it uvttV? additiohal facilities and teachers can be obtained by the corporal' 1 iott. \V. C. terashears, superintendent of the operation, said he was pretty sure facililities would be ready for the juniors and sophomores by Nov. 3. Oklahoma reservations. has 27 Indian Pczzullo Homed Pro of the Yen r ! ? •DUNEDtM, FUl. (AP — The PGA has named Marry Pezzitllo of the Mission Hills Golf Club of Norlhbrook, 111.,. Pro(essional-of* the«'yeai'. , Pezxullo' was selected from among 3] sectional iiomlness by a secret committee of the nation's outstanding amateur golfers, PGA President H a r o 1 - Sargent announced. .^ Pexzullo is a 47-year-old nativ>5' of Harrington, R. I. He has been a golf professional 24 years, tho past 12 at Mission Hills. World's largest collection of books on whaling is at'tlio public t library of New Bedford, Mass. Prescott News Wesleyan Service Guild Meets Members of the Wesleyan Service ruild of the First Methodist Church met Monday night in the home of VTrs. Frank Haltom Jr., for their tucly on the book "Concerns of a Continent." Mrs, A. R. Underwood gave an nteresting and illustrated talk on Hawaii and the Caribbean Islands. Vlrs. J. A, Cole spoke on Puerto o, and Miss Frances Baillely poke on conditions in Cuba. A desert plate ith coffee! was served 5 by he hostess to 1G members. 7; 30 p.m., ChPir Rehearsal 'V?eek Prayer Sep CpuncSi FrJd&y) 7:30 yjce N, Rennlfi Pa§t9r a,m, Sunday Sghoo} Mrs, Myrt)e Richardson, gupt, -^srv,, Morning Worship -p.ro/. Y,P,TV,W, ifira MuWrp\y, Supervisor 7;§Q p.m. EveniDg 1 7sS9 p,m, Home & fereip Mission tt Prayer (§y §_ ; p,m.,. Juoiar Band Friday" p.,jn, Aid Bryon Warrriack Guest Speaker At Rotory Club Meeting Wren Scott had" charge of the roiram at the Rotary Club dinner iceting at the Lawson Hotel on .uesday-.He iriU'Qduced'Bryoh War- Tack, giiest speaker who has been ctive in •securing' leases and prc- •noting drilllihg in South Nevada County for the past 20 yea,r, Hb paid thot oill was discovered in the Waterloo field Sept, ' U, 1922 and that the discovery well is producing oil at the present timo, The field has produced over 10,000,000 barrels of oil in the past 36 years and promises to be in production for many 'more years, Mr. Warmack and Horace Jones were gu'est'g of Wren Scott and Asl> ley Onwoody was a guest of Vct'fion Fore, After the twenty guests arrived Mr. and Mrs. Woods Opened their lovely gifts. Refreshments were served during the evening. . Mrs. B. A, DdLamar and M>r. Martin Guthrie were Tuesday guests of Dr. and Mrs, James Guthrie.in Camden. ~ fi Mrs. A. W- Hudson and (Miss Eloise Hudson motored to Texarkana Monday for the day. 'Mrs. George Teat of Hope was a Tuesday visitor in' Prescott. Business Womens Guild Meets The Business ^orriens Guild of the First Christian Ctfurch 'met on Monday evening ft 'he' church 'for a pot luck supper. Mrs, B. C, 'Stivers, president, pro* sid'ed 'a.t the mooting that, fpljowod a'nd wns one/led with thp tb, Qm e sone "Evening Prayer," Mrs, Stiver led in prayer, Mrs, Alfred Curnmings hnd of the program' on "Work of tho Cljurche's In Puerto Rjea." The mooting closed with, tho missionary Benediction. Mlssionetts Meets With Miss Jyne grown M9nday, Thp regular' mee'ing of thp Mis- QOeits nf'thp Assembly of God ;0hurt>h was hnM Mon^/ir niglit zit *iie homp ' pf the np^sjdent, Vww Brown, The deynHpna] wa/s by Lers H/iynjo, Plan? WPJ'e iq mgke and peJJl Jpandy for trpvs at the Cora, The nest Jp? )}i?t{l lo Mrs. J. H. Bemis and Mrs. Clarke White spent Tuesday in 'Texarkana, Mr. and Mrs. Harry and children have returned-to Lake Charles, La., after a visit with Mrs, R. L, Chaclick. Mrs. D. L. McRae Jr., Mrs. SO. Logan and Mrs. Carl iDalry.- mple attended the board meeting of 'Ouachita Presbyterian at the First Presbyterian Church in Hot Springs Monday and a meeting of Ouachita Presbyterial on Tuesday. Other attending the Tuesday meeW ing wore Mrs. T, E, Logan, Mv* 1 J, H, Robertson, Mrs. J, R. Bernis,' Mrs. Rotobic Wilson and Mrs. C, H. Moore. The Nevada County Selective Service Board held -their regular monthly meeting Tuesday night at the city hall. The present board jnenTbei's are Dale Ledbctter, as chairman, Ramey Garland, Walter Hirst and Mrs. Max Kitchen. D, D, Avovy and Robert Harper of Avery Trading Post attended a •banquet at Hope Tuesday night, The banquet was given ipy the Louisiana Seed Co,, Alexandria, Ls. to their representatives in this section who sell Funk's Hybrid See.d Corn. ToyJpr & Jordan USED''CARS - ,r- And « POPY SHOP B16 s, Hfl?el Phone Prvill? Tsyjpr»John Bill pf . 3 jn p. hpjd pn fqy Hjpa? with a bnngws r mm CAFE ' PRiAKFAST ' Open 3 A, M, *9 8 Pt M. &$^I^^ii!V^&M*^W' , i ^;.-,,%•> vi* -"•H^T'"nTlff-i'L. • k'-iV- r.jriKf '- * «-?-»'W^prt^i& s Tr'ir^ ,^«^;:f;>>^,x;;^!5^'^;-r i ^r -^ - , ^•^^^^MiMmm^ • "- •- x^^rf'^^M'itHiiiilrntoitimmta^Hnft'V'J^, \Kf^ \*i TT'n' ^BT^W«WW»"f"f WiMMteafi^is ^

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