The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1936 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 14, 1936
Page 3
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THURSDAY, 51 AY 1-1, 1D3Q BLYTIIEVILLE, (ARK.) COUU1EK NEWS Mclhodist District Confer- ll( ence Hears Rcporls atji- r\ • i ~ JCSSI Methodist, churches of the Jones-, lioro district Increased their benevolent gifts din-Ing the past six months and nl the same time accomplished much'ln'olVier departments of the church, reports inadj ut the annual conference In sessbti liere disclosed. The 38 churches M'il'.i 25 pastors, contributed £5.250 to benevolences .since Hie North Arkansas conference met. This Is $700 more than was given the lia!f of the year. There were. 3'5 uddltlons to the t'liiirtiies a'nd'jsi2 training credits were awarded. The (irst sermqu of the conference was given .last ni«ht by (he R«v. J. A. Woninck. of Marked Tree, who spoke, on '"I'he I'reachliv oi the Cross.'" Taking Viis text from First Corinthians, the first 18 verses, he said in part: "The preaching of the cros.s wns not variable with the Apostle Poiil. U wns u,e fo- '1 point of all Mis elTorts. Tlv.-re were three things Hint urged him •"i-tovo, light, and joy. All three Hivergcd in the cross." "The fact of the cross is ths "lo- ry of the Christian." he continued We should and must have it become a real and vital fact In our ires. The beauty of the cross is ger was which ftlso gave the work accomplished In the 'past six months. The Hev. Sam |). Wlssiliu of Joiieslioro, presiding elder, spake on "The Gospel-Wny Pi-each It" for the o|x;iimg devotional. The i?;v; Jnmes Luxorn, was elected secretary, snd the RSV. \V. p. C'joley, or. Joiner a:;lEtnnl sscrct'ary. Licenses of the local preachers'of (lie district were '*'«' nml Ills Uev. Lyinnn Bnr- student at Emory university recommended to the nulim) conference for admission on trbl. The conference stood in silencs In memory of Uie n«v. A. M. DDSS who recently died. The session- (od.iy, which will pe concluded lliis afternoon, Is uc- infi tnken up with reports of coiu- mllcces of the general state of the church, ft sermon uy the Rev. «. P. Coolcy, n talk on "Arkan'™, Methodism" by I),-. James A llLC ArVoiis:is Business. to Kuiisas City, points In Okla-i Frank ISurchelt, who hns been hcmsi. mill Knyeltevllle. ' I seriously 111 for two nicmllis, Is Mrs. Floy Kettnei 1 Is visiting her slowly Improving, husband In Fort Smith Tor . u week end, urn-sis of MLS, Buck's • Vll ' lt - ; .> IKin-iiUi, Mr. nn<! Mrs. J. 1. (taint's, Hie IICT. J. T. liamliill conduct- , T. Handle, of | nl services for lh« grndilntini!! WITIIS Ki-rp S.-asoii Dak's iluss at the school nu<litor!um' TOLK1X) 1UI>>—In several ynu'a PAGE THRBB Sunday iirternuon. There mt'inljeis of the cliiKs. . Anderson, of Jonesboro, the ' itail'-Alutm Mr. and Mre. u. i,. Collins, of Uttle River, were-week end < diesis 01 Mrs. Collins sister. Mrs. Nulc Dminlgan, and family. Mrs. Joe Polk entertained wilh, n party Friday niglit in honor of me birthdays of her. ilnuglitcr, Miss Jamie Dee 1'clk. and Miss inline Klclinrdson, Mr. aim Mrs. Lml nuek and clnlrtren, of Sennth, Mo.,, were are 21 obscrvntion, Havry s. I-'ox fouml t t'nnt wrens arrived nl tils w mi , houses during Hie same \vwk e:ii-h j .season. This yeur, lie was fearful i Ihut ilu> liiu- season would dflny Ihein, but on Hie lasl diiy of Itw usual week no awoke (o nml (hey hiul arrived. GROCERY OUR MEATS ARE AS UOOD AS THE 15K8T . THEY MUST SATISFY Stuiile ,V Fancy Clroceriia 1044 Chiekastxwua ' 1'hone 013 of delegates to the 'north unlercijci.' ui'ul otlai Kefse r- Mls.<:cs Snliie . Crisp Wood played OIJ || 1L . ininteur hour Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Polk 1. ft mid Sue K-ilin Sundity iiicniln.' for a 10-d:iy tiip re Hind in its very ruggedness. nvaixl for following this cross will naturally arrive. 'The reward of the consciousness of having been an nsein In getting the msssaje or t'.ic cross across lo someone is the priceless joy." Cionls the churches should have for ttieir Christian education work during the year were given by the Rev. \v. V. Womack, pastor of Hie Fust duircli here, in a reiwrt of the nonrd of Christian Education Relief ~,.. and Refreshing H's a good idea that so mniij I'.roiile have — to keep Black- nrauglit handy so they can lake a (lose fci- promot relief at the first sign of constipation.' '; Mr. Sherman Snecd,. of Evens- vllle, Twin., writes: "I take' Btack- Uj-af.jht for constipation which causes headache, a bail, tired reel- ins and for biliousness, bad taslt in the mouth and sluggish feeling. Illnck-DrauglU, taken about two nights, clears up this trouble and 1. get all right." Men ami women like Black- Draught so well because of the .refreshing' relief it brings In constipation troubles. — Artv. 2Biii3 M 6UIF5PRAY y ne ALWAYS un HIS BUG / WeU BEARD Tl BflMOITS IN THEIRLRIB/ DIE, YOU ROBBERS/ EVERY owe/ xlWp/ /AOzr-lAyj.™, i nct'tr rise after Gulfsprayhits them. Kills mos- quiiocs, roadies, 1 • flies am! other insect pests, too. Stainless. Mild, plc.isant odor, •fpcpintat neighborhood, department stores or Good Gulf dealers. /rf/FREE OFFER MOTH BAG with every nr* OD Every For fit ; Us, Groceries, Fresh , Produce. Fancy nii'J = iilence ire otter p i ol . • Come in oi- ; Phbiie RITE PRICE GROCERY MOONLIGHT EXCURSION CAN'T BE BEATEN!-" H5c Ponds Cream 3§c, .50n Sheets ets-Zt) WINE 0^ GARDUl • •;• HAIR-TONICS •$1 Lucky Tiger ..: :::... 79c r>9c) -50c WHATS THE IDE, OF SAY\NC : 'SAME TO YOU EVERY TIME A PRIVATE SALUTES ^^A YOU ? .S'MTo \ T WAS A OMCE AMD. KHOWWHAT THEf'RE THJNKIK6 I1LY CAS TABLETS 89 C HAT1I I'OWI)EKS~ ---- SI Arniaiu! .... 50,. 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