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SUNDAY, MAY 15, 1921.
THE COLUMBUS DISPATCI1 liippip fiRi iti;i i 1 11 First Presbyterian Church. . Jesse C. Rowan, Pastor. Sunday School 9:30. Organized clasRes for men and women at 10 a. m. Please meet promptly. Publio worship at 11 o'clock. Ser mai by the pastor. A sermon especial ly for young folks. Evening worship 7:30. Mid-week service on Wednesday evening at 7:30. all services in this church. Pres byterians residing in Columbus who are members of a church elsewhere are invited aind urged to get their let ters and unite with us. The Session will meet gladly at any time to re ceive members. Central Baptiat W.- M. U. The W. M. U., of the Central Bap tist church met at the homa of Mrs. K. 0. Brooks last Tuesday afteitioon, After a Bible lesson from the 23 Chap, of Acts, plans and program of ft con templated Apron Party were talked of. The entertainment will-be given next Thursday evening at the par- rained for church work. A very pleas ing program of songs, instrumental music and recitations has been ar ranged to "drive dull care awny" for a brief hour. The public is cordially invited to sonage to supplement ' funds being First Presbyterian Auxiliary. The Circle Meetings of the First Presbyterian Auxiliary were held at the homes of the chairmen Inst Tues day afternoon, wlmi Foreign Mission Topics interested those in attendance. A general .review of the field was discussed, affording entertaining and instructive information. The next meeting of the Auxiliary will be held in the Lee Memorial Room at 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. At the time Circle No. -1 will lead the Bible Study lesson. in m I Hotpoint Week May 16 to 21 HOTPOINT WEEK IS HEIE ! . Hot Point Week will be celebrated in our store from May 1G to 21. Hotpoint Week is a National Institution Planned as a tribute to the work which millions of Hot Point elec tric appliances are doing in countless American homes. It is also intended to interest more people in the convenience and in the time- and labor-saving advantage of Hot Point appliances. See Our Window Display And examine the articles in our store demoristiiating the numerous kinds of work which can be done with the Hot Point Electric Ap pliances. Electric Irons, Toasters, Comfo Pads, Grills and Perco lators are among the useful appliances, all bearing the Hot Point name, will be conveniently exhibited for your inspection at . Simon Loeb & Bro. The Leaders f , cnif H i You'll enjoy the sport of rolling em with P. A.l Prim- Albert it Mtf in tmmpy rtd bag, Wf rW tint, hmnj. nil pun4 mad half prnrnod tin kuiWtrf mnd in 1 km mamnd rrymtal flmtt Itmmi 4t milk tpamgm mmittenar tap. Is - f t ! ) V FIRST thing you do next 1 go get some makin's papers and some Prince Albert tobacco and puff away on a home made cigarette that will hit on all your smoke cylinders! No use sitting-by and say ing maybe you'll cash this hunch tomorrow. Do it while the going's good, for man-o-man, you can't figure out what you're passing by! Such flavor, such coolness, such more-ish-ness well, the only way to get the words em phatic enough is to go to it and know yourself ! And, besides Prince Albert's delightful flavor, there's its freedom from bite and parch which is cut out by our exclusive patented proc ess! Certainly you smoke P. A. from sun up till you slip between the sheets with out a comeback. Prince Albert is the tobac co that 'revolutionized pipe smoking. If you never could smoke a pipe forget it! You can AND YOU WILL if you use Prince Albert for packing! It's a smoke revelation in a jimmy pipe or a cigarette! Crrrtf M mi V, ft J. Imti) rr ttt i I i ) J Ml r An P huh Of 7 Cnlludie Church. Time of services: i On the first Sunday in each month, Confession from 1 to 8. Mass ami Communion at 8. High Mass and sermon ut 10. On the Second and Third Sundays Hir.li Mass at 10 and Benediction. On the 'Fourth Sunday service at Missions, Macon and West Point. On the Fifth Sunday, if there is uie Mass at 10 and Benediction. On Holy Days, Mass at 9. lJuring the week Mass at 8. Catechism Instruction from 9:15 to 9:ij5 on Sundays. For mthti first of Jo mm to the first of October services will commence one half hour sooner. j" 1 SYLVESTER, YKORfi, 2 H J O. S. B. I St. Paul' Alter Guild. igj Lant Tuesday afternoon the Altar ! Guild of St. Paul's Kpiseopal church!" were guests of Mrs. Arthur Stansel tt at her home on North Ninth street. The usual semi-monthly routine of business was soon disjiatched, and a particularly pleasant social hour en sued, during which a tempting lunch eon was served. Mrs. K. D. Herring and Mrs. Jamie Carr will be the next hostesses of the Guild. k iMPl '-a- ' I'll" First Methodist Missionary Society. The Missionary Society of the First I Methodist church met last Tuesday for a lesson in Bible Study conducted by Mrs. John Clarke. The first twelve chapters in Jeremiah dealing with "The 1'rophecy Uttered During the Reign of Josiah," furnished inspira tion for a lesson full of helnful I thoughts at which there were sixteen' I members present to take part. j XI o snanfl Sals Circles 3 and 4 of the Pl.ilathea class of the First Methodist church will entertain Monday night, May lfi. All members of class will b! cordially invited. The following program will be ren dered: Heading, selected, IVf. Pah.ter; Piano Solo, Spring Song, Miss Alice Wilbanks; Vocal Solo, By the Waters of the Minneonka, Mrs. Thrower; Quartette, Silver Threads Among The Gold, Mrs. Egger, Mrs. Lawrence, Mrs. Alvrez and Miss Pendleton. I 'm i c First Baptist W. M. V. The W. M. U. of the First Bap tist church will be entertained at the home of Mrs. T. W. Townsend next Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, the occasion being the program meeting. The hostesses wil Ibe Mesdames T. W. Townsend, Mrs. W. II. Sparks, Mrs. Lawley, and Mrs. J. W. Jones, ill SMIKES -Every Ladies Wool Suit in our entire stock will be ekiseu out at These Sacrifice Pirlce This is an unusual opportunity, for at tin 0 inducing prices you can afford to add an extra suit to your outfit. SH-KNIW) STYLUS AND VALUES Oil of the new 1 12 1 SprinModeis.-fttv -v VJ well as additional oriesof medium .weight early Fall design. Every suit included, up to our $85.00 values. mm ' . V St. Paul's Church. Whitsun Day. Holy Communion at 7:30 (Corporate ('ommunion for St. 1 Catherine's Club.) Church Schod at 9:30. Morning Prayer and .sermon at 11 o'clock. No Evening Service. Week day services: Wednesday, The Litany ! at 10:110 o'clock. ! CSnonce $ Clnonce $4 22.50 First Baptist Church. At 11 o'clock this morning, Prof. Win, C. Burgin will address the con gregation of the First Bapjist church and the following musical program will be rendered: Veniti, Choir MaiV Quartet; Solo, Mercy, Maria Zuera, by Mrs. Moritz, of Michigan City, Ind. These suits are made of Series, Trieotincs, Poiret Twills, Shep herd Check and Mannish Stripes in Sere Weaves, Tweeds and Cheek Velours. In all desirable shades of navy, tan, grey, mouse and reindeer, including black as well as mixtures. Sizes IS to 1(J, including as well extra sizes and stouts. First Christian Church. The pastor, Kev. Arthur Growdcn will speak morning and wen nig. Sub ject at 7:30 o'clock "A visit to Ci t hsmane" a description of this sarred garden from personal observation. Special music. Simon Loeb & The Leaders YO. naJiiiiii Monday Afternoon Prayer Meeting. j I.EAGI K OF WOMEN VOTERS. The If-ague of Women Voters held .their monthly meeting Inst Thursday The Ladies Monday Afternoon j afternoon. Owing to Prof. Burgin's Prayer serv ice will lo held at the i illness, the announced lecture by tin home of Mrs. A. B. Myriek on South eminent scholar was not given. Seventh street at 3:30 o'clock. Very interesting report from Mrs. William Baldwin and Mis Ell-n Leather, Kid, Satin, Suede, Louis j Craw ford were heard. Mrs. Baldwin Heels repaired or replaced by experts, gave an account of the National Con Columbus Shoe Shop. Phone uoG. tf ' v tit ion, which met in Cleveland, 1 Ohio. Mi Crawford's report dealt ; b b b ' m m m a e a a J MAKK YOUR 15 ATI I ROOM SOMETHING TO ni: PROUD OF. -. .-I t - J , CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the Red Cros, (Chamber of Commerce and ihe citi Izens of Columbus and the many other ! good people that contributed ' to our .necessities since the storm that wreck cd our home and ramrfo inr taking the national joy smoke j my Jiff, however, I am getting along j nicely now and hope to be able to jwork in a few week, j With befl wishes to those who gav !a helping hand, I an;, Very truly your, T. L. BLACK. TONY'S NEW PLACE. SPECIAL EVERY FRIDAY FRESH SHRIMP SALAD. WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL BRUNSWICK STEW. , TONY'S NEW PLACE. BACK OF BEARD'S STORE. j with questions discussed in Jaikson, j where she represented Miss Eckford at the Executive Conimitt"e of The I League of Women Voters, which met! in Jackson at the same time the State 'Federation of Clubs convened there. I Among other things. Miss Craw ford told of Che contemplated summer Work of the league, which expects to jput on i entensive campaign for or ganization in which the National .League will lend aitance, sending out a trained organizer, aid other wise dim-ting the work. The League urges its members to affdiate with party organizations, whih in no wie conflict with the work of the League. m m m m , L Our Form M and Mississippi tan dard oil and gas leases are going fast. Every mail biings orders, and they are ckl!.r.g ft.r them every day. The Di paUh. Te It phone 22. Your jr'tst 'i' and u-o the Lath room very frequently. It ought to Im- just as attractive aiul comfortable a.s the liviri"; nxmi or parlor. Having it s, is a sure way of making certain that your jru.sts will carry away a high opinion of your home. A w i-arrointcl kith room, equip; -ci' with modem, sanitary fixturt-f. is attractive, jrwxl lookirjr. easy to clem and keep tlan. It is the finish. j:j touch of refinement in the real modern home. Se I'S akut the ways and means of adJ:nsr this com fort to your home. A it tard or ttUphoiie tali will do it. TOM McINTYKE Colambu, 5ILs.s, Telephone ."21. a H n n m m m n 9 m U m m m m n m m H m u in H ti d id w H B I B a i a a a 2 a n u.m i