February 3, 1938
Missionary Tea Friday
Interesting Meeting of Methodist Society
Arranged for Tomorrow
In connection with a Tea which is to be given
by the Methodist Missionary society at Mrs. J. D. Parker's home
Friday, Feb. 4, there are to be read letters from missionaries in
various fields of service. Fresh news is expected this week from
China, India, Malaysia and Africa.
Besides these will be opportunity to see the
first clinic of a Missionary Specialist ever held in Fayette. In an
amusing one act play Mrs. Collett as Dr. Nozitt, and Mrs. Howard
Stranahan as Nurse Fayette will prescribe and give treatments to
seven patients, afflicted with various ailments which render them
unable to attend church missionary society and do acts of kindness
While seeing Mrs. Karl Fox, Mrs. Erion, Mrs.
Billings, Mrs. Willis Walker, Mrs. Pierson, Mrs. Marcus Baker, and
Mrs. C. R. Carpenter represent people afflicted with such diseases
as Autombililiousness, House Maids Knee, Narrow Sightedness, etc.,
you will laugh, but after you hear the diagnosis of Dr. Nozitt and
you see the improvement and happiness of the patients you will catch
the significance of the various prescriptions and feel impelled
yourself to apply for aid to the "Great Physician."
anyway, there is fun and a message in the play,
and interesting information in the letters, and it is hoped the
ladies of the town will enjoy the Tea in Mrs. Parker's hospitable
home at 2:30 sharp.