The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 9, 1938 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 9, 1938
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WEDNESDAY. lUAIlCH 9, IMS BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS nu Ml Club News Notos At At UfganizecJ Cou Lvent Discussed of Newlv ....... ' 1 " 1 ! 1 ' UmmmK Christians An; I ,ikc Trailers Mini.slcr Says. "Trnllerltc Religion" was lln> subject of Hie Uov. C. I,. Hiinclall's iwmllily meciiiiB Monday | | )c ln s '\-oniluctril ul me Second "ml IM'"W il ' 1!l>|llist l ' llllrd> ' 1!JUl lul(i M;>1 " ."> ; U1 " U ' L Walker, secrc- sirccls. The Hcv. Mr. Hmidiill -mid tiny, in clmryc of ihe meeting.| In uart- were :n members and two | "i imve no desire lo nllack the leaders pi-csenl. Mir singing "Ak-l l-nll-r Imlusliv as .such." lie snl.l nitfas ihe following pros ram was "Unt there are n lot of Christians ( ,ii«n: poem. "Who Plants ft Seed" who net, exactly like trailers that l;y Nee y I'cn-y: "March", a poem, | we see so many of, on the hlsjlnvuy.s by oni'du l)«lmon; "How u,e Fro,; tctiay, and I' want to talk about Coulees His l>res.s- by Undcly Sims; tlicm for awhile. In the first place ,un.l » report on the 4-n ChiO. Ihe Iraller* pay wry Hide tuxes-' , lliir in-sl activity ol ilu- week fill ; '-'• i»iS' Council mi-oiintj by the re- ami nine are a lol of ivsuonslbllilv' Iv fi group attciKhiiice al Ihe Fi: st porter, Claude Ruymum! CiissMy avoiding Christians like Urn th-it f'.-iiriMhm ciinrch loi Simshy morn- '''I' 1 ' rollowiiig dub captains re- j fill from pla.-i.- lo place sermon •JIIK *em;es. Tills .will be followed r-crU'd: Clrudy Kims, v \ s captain. Masters, here ul this church nwlitlc »V a Mfliliirr ami milliter banquet '*'"» reported on 12 members; Opal there u-,vliile, and avoiding the re- Friday nijj!>l and :i display of M-OHI Wood, poultry captain, reported on spcnsibilily of kee]>!n» any of (!n>ni nci Plans for Hie observance of na- Ikinnl Oirl Seoul week, which will beyJn SiHiday and continue .SiUinduy. were clls;-u.sscd lust niiJhl ill a mi-ellng of the newly orjia'n- iml Girl Seoul Council :il flic dty Hjiiipmcni Mid linndlwork in tin; !'0 members; lioljby Cassiily. cotton ^ihdou- <>1 Jiiclt A))|)!di:uiiii's store j <;i|'.-!:tm, mill Everett McfJunfcl, — '• v...... jtjj,j.i.-u.Liuij .-> .-jiijit. , 'I'l'.""., ....ii I^,I:II:IL i\tcuainej. Diuiun uuor in LUC iiintl Kwuirtluy. Otl'.r-r activitir.s for the j corn captain, each reported on 2 ''>' "id) jji.-ople, there \v week have not been dellnllely clc- | mi :i>l)sr.s; Uonniu Sims, rcium im-, a single p-eaeher's salai '.'.'<lwl iiiioo i'r'iii'f'in<-ni jv.,[riri.-..i ..,, , .. [ -_*...~.i~ i . up. There wcnldn't lie a single church door in the land kept ojicii by Mich jjeople. there wouldn't b<; Followiuc the ic.-idin;' of tli« inimiles, MLss Allyce Nelson, com- tjih-sloni:!- o( tin- WMinoil. made sev- _ Mis. C. K. lialjcock will head the bad^c.s and awards committee and Mrs. is. Jl. Salmon mid Dr. 1-Yecl Cliild will work with hr-r. The pi-r.soiiiit>l commiuec is; composed of Mrs. Harry W. JIaines, chairman, Mrs. William Lnwslu' 'incl .\trs. Fanisworlh Black. Mrs. Harvey Morris will be chah-mim of Ihe camp commillec with Mrs. O. J. Raclgc'is, Mis. John A. Chapin. Mrs. L. II. Moore find Russell Phillips working with liei-. The public relations committee is made up of Miss Margaret Shaver, .\jrs. E. li. Woo-:l- son, and Max B. Reid. Jack Apple- bauin ivas appointed liiiance chairman, but Uie remainder of that committee has nol yet been chosen. - The constitution which was , drawn up by Mrs. Hnines, Mrs. Garland Morgan and Mr. Reid was reiKl by Mrs. names, it was voted (o adopt it without any changes. Suggestions from the troop leader's organization wei-e read bv Mrs Jess Homer, ivho is the Council representative from that group. These suggestions dealt primarily with the observance of scout week. In addition however, they asked lhat, the council obtain a store which would carry (lie Girl Scout supplies. reported on 4 inem- pMjvrineru. 'it is. 1). a. I.anlrip, county nycm, single Siinda; school. H singl . vli'al, made possible by people like that, a deinoiiMmiioii on ootton anil tils- "'Ihen trnllers arc hard to park, LlJ'iM'tl I ill 1 I ill-11s: In- ii,l. I..1. i il K/llllP-l iivini.- \SS\,. t 1.S..I. ... i the plans i )y w)l j l; ), seineiimes. Yon ui; r(J1 , . . ; r(J1 , Cliii) inemlK-rs may set lire reyiMer- "="'« Olirislluns parked in a «l pure-bred gilts. 'Die fllackwaler 4-H Club mel job of teaching a Sunday school class leading a choir, lending iji yoiii]"' ' worl:, and they come a T,it«i:ty. u-ith 56' members and iwo[ s " tld »y or two and take out and ru'lers present. The president, • <l uit ' Clell Castleman. presided over the' "Then also (here arc iicople who misting. Pi-ancls Cote, song cap-j '"' e "'ways behind, like trailers al- Uiin. led the group in singing the | vva V s af c. Behind time al every ser- .-.ons for the month. "Plowing," t vk:e - - ome dragging In late, and ufter which a play, -Making our ol ' lcrs Iire behind the times, in nol Sadie" was givc;i will) oencva- wailti »S »">' modern method dial -Me, I-'rancis Cole, Lois Waddell vvl " tmprovc our einclency h- Ora Lee Caery and Violel Bonartl <r;l "' l '" l! " 1 " 1 " rt taking part. I" the business meeting reports iverc heard from the following club captains: Junior Cowan, cotton; Ell Castleman. pig; Woodrow Whitney, corn; Willie Joe Billings, iarclcniiig and canning; Violet, clothing; Oneda Caery, dcinonslration in cloth- ins was given by Miss Cora Lee ;c!;man. home demonstration ngent, and Mr. D. V. Maloch, as- ijtanl county agent, gave a demonstration in cotton and corn varieties. Pour new members. Jimtiita Wnite. Lotlie Scott. Odell Scow and Junior Cowan, were enrolled. Wr.ddcll, poultry. The Shady Grove 4-H Club met Tuesday, with the president. Dor- tliy Diivis, in charge. There were !0 club members and two visitors, Jos Massey and Mr. Bonds, present. tain, led Glenda Flceman, song cap- led the group hi singing "America" and "Plowing-, after '.vliich the following program was iivcn: talk on poultry by Willie, Kac Massey; song, "Call Me Buck [ of. Mine" by Delana Hatcher- poem, "My Gnrricn" by arable' Short; '• song, "Old McDonald" by Masonic Degrees Will Be Conferred Thursday The chickasnwbji Lodge, Number 13-1, F\ and A. M.. will confer the masters degree Thursday niijlit. fcl- lowing a .supper at 7:3.0 o'clock. ' * 'Ihfijdefree \vill be conferred by past 'masters of Blylheville and pt /-'iiiToiindini; lodges. The HOr.shipfiii « ra nrt master of Arkansas. Fred xSlucky, of Lepanto. ,„ -— ~ will be present nl this meeting on v ' amla Lee Caery, Glenda Neelej nn oflicial i-isil. There will also be VVllo(lfn » Donnor; song, "Home 01 n,., t ,,,>, ., ,!„!„„„, ; ... , c ...... | tic Range" by Claud Ellis; reading jy Miss Virginia Moyfield The ] neeting closed with n hog callin^ I -nntest. which was won bv loLs . Jrown. Diiriny Hie business niectln»- the aptains of the pig. calf, gardening • no cunning clubs made reports Jeinonstratiojis for the montli ,verc given by the home demon- tration agent and assistant coun- >' agent, , v |,o wore prpwnt. The Forty and Bi»hL 4-H club •net Monday with NilK Welch Jiesidenl. in charge. There were 3(i members present. Martha Barnes .ed the group in singing several •'•ongs. after which the following nuide talks: Miles Welch, on "Cot! :on"; Aubrey Lee Woodhotisc on "P'SS"; Martha Barnes, "Home .mprovemeiit", and It. T. Welch on Corn . Reports were heard from tiic captains of the cotton club I»g club, clothing, poultry, and room improvement. After the business incetin,. a demonstration on cotton lunettes and seeds was given by D. V. Maloch. assisiam cotmtv ne- iic;illural agent. ' Christian work. "And last of nil, 'they do not have any power of their own. People like thnt. couldn't win a soul lo Christ if they had to, they can't pray a prayer that yets above their heads, they can't give a clear ringing testimony for Christ nnd of His saving grace and power, to save themselves. There Is no power about them. The power-producing Christian people are few in number but mighty In scorie." "What's the Matter with ibe Churches?" Is the subject for tonight. The Rev. Mr. Ramtall says he frankly admits there is plenty ihe matter with the churches, and he intend.'; lo tell what it is. •Wilson Society—Personal Mr, and Mrs, S, A. Hegonold, Tom Grain and Eric Waddrll Ic-tt Sunday for Hot Springs, where they will attend the lai'cs. They will return Wednesday. Mrs. T. M. Harris, ot Sunflower, Miss., returned home Saturday lifter u few days visit In the home of her brother, Turn Lnney. and family. Mr. and Mrs. V. l(. Wnddell, arc the parenl.s of a baby duiiBhU'i', born Hadirdny morning. The Imby. svliti weighed U'i pounds, has not boeii iiiinied. Whltler Orr visited Miss Tlielmu IJlshoj) in Memphis Sunday. Mrs. D. N. Morris, who has been 111 for several months, went to u Memphis hospital for examination Monday. She is reported lo be much Improved. Miss Mary Cornelia Curler spent Ihe week end In Memphis, guest of her Hunt. , Ur. and Mrs. Hugh Mobley will leave Tuesday monthly for Hot Springs, where (hey will atlenci the rueos, and on their return wilt visit relatives In Little Rock, | ,. Little Prankie Lndwig, who has ;: spent Ilic lust week in Ortin, Mo,,' f with his grandparents, came! Mtmtlny afternoon, accompanied by Mrs. F. II. Ludwlg. who will remain for a day's visit. Mrs. A. K. Sharon visited the bedside of her mother. Ill til u daughter's home near nij'tlicville last Thursday. Her condition is much improved. Mr. and' Mrs. J.. W. Mays, of Poplar Bluff, Mo., were Sunday gnests of Mrs. Minnie Hnrlon. of here and Lepanlo. The Rev. and Mrs. D. 1). Seucr and faintly attended services at Dycss Colony Sunday afleruaon and visited in the home of the Rev. nnd Mrs. Grey. On Plane Lost in California Richmond Knlargcs Port niCHAiOND, Va. (UP) — work will begin soon on Richmond's S2.COO.MO deepwater terminal, which will provide shipping facilities equal to those of any port on the Southern Atlantic seaboard. The city council has approved n $600.000 appropriation to start construction. Quilling Alarm Sounds DBLO, Colo. (UP)—There are 'clock watchers" in the office life insurance present a delegation of visitors I from Marion. 111., and neighboring Arkansas and Missouri How We Appear in African Eyes Ma We Rush, Junior Wert .Johnnie | f , -V ifC i ' lslirai ™ company here " j Bonnet-. Arlinc Gunn anil Junior! employs an altirm clock at Jacksonville, Fla., is the largest; Brown; "The Little Red Hen" bv "*' plM - to remind its emploes to lumber marketing center on the •vVamla Lee Caery, Glenda Nceley "'"'I 6 "!1 °^_ <ioor ' Atlantic ami Wiladcnn Dotmer; song, "Home on «™«>»- -- ~ ; ~~^~^T^~, ~ Harrison School Pupils Present "Snow White" The intermediate grades of t;< 0 Harrison negro school dramatized "Snow White and the Seven ,?!?" r0 !" l " C , Bsseral >!y Program ie.sday when the primary grades with their teachers and Bernice TaJIctle were visitors. The Good Queen, the Wicked j Queen, the Prince, the Huntsman and Snow White were represented by Georgia B. Powell. Alcy Mm ita . 'one. Jimmie Walker. W 1, Stonp .-i«.d Dorothy Thompson. The birds turtles and other animals were reo resented by 20 students of the school. Slaiili-y ileeil "Neii-r Shanked" «T, .IO.SKI'11, Mo. (UI>| ..- HJIHI Ailuiiis, bniljer, vemeinber.-i Justice f-.lanley need iin n M-hool Ixiy ill Xliiicri'ii, Hy., who "never not. n spunUim I" li^ life." "lie was u chubby. jjoiKl-miliired kid," Adams wild, "mid i <lnn't ix'iin'iitbcr niiy- nnc 1 h:u-!n s u iijhl. \vith him. He | was. a ir<ulnr fellow." In- Ate O\ Id'lli- l-imiiil l.ON'IIO.M .iji'i ... A specimen of | Ihr IMH-MS nl iin nuiiK'hs, r'.vitnri wild ox, iint'fstor of all Kiiropean (loiiicsilc I'ultlc, was exhibited at « ini'i-lliMt ol Ihi' Thanii's (,'iinsiMT- iini'v iioinil. 11 was lomul dnrhix <IH'd:'ln.j opt'i-iillons helow liust-ot I."..",'{ ii'iir Kifliiiftoti, Hrrtslilrc. I'uiir Sisters A|l:nl Kl-.'S'l', O, ilJl')—l-' n leiinii.n whli-h briiiiKlit them i»- hi'i- lor the llrst linn- in 59 yrni-s. 'llu'lr lust cct-livi'ihi-j- IVHA- In INTO. A ImuhtT, who lives in elastic Uot'k. WiL-.ii uu\ unablf to aui-nd I nly Momillliil Li |j rilr I'll I -iHKLIi, Miivi. i up i. _]>,.[•n()s Mrs. .hisiin •]-, •(•,•„,, ,,,1,, „„. vi-i i hi; riddle -when 1:, a Joke j not a joke? .she was called In the | ln:ni ami bill-it ilixir 1<| ihrnvs to ;;n, "1 ni-ver ordered anything like lhat." AmoiiK the nrlli:l»i which iiirn uUemiiied | (J deliver iicrc i Miiul, ijiiivi-l. i;ni(ciles and cluth- llnnscwives Try l-'ciu'lli" PII IHMUKdlJ (UPi-I'ltlsbuiah hoiiM-wlves have t; ime In [or lem:- int!. !-'encln|; has been introthiccii In Ihu M-oHien's Imillii cdiKVUiiin ;hss- i's in the cL-niral brunch z! Ihe Yuiiii-.i Women's Christian Assu.-in- ilun. Rescuers seeking the Transcontinental Western nir linei lorwd uown neat Kresiio. Calil.. believed the only hone fot the nine person.? aboard iv«s in.-it Iin! plane hnd inndcd mtiici in an Little Billy Pipkin, who has been f'S|U-f(iol cushion ol snow nlan- scriotisly 111 for the past six weeks. } lClln 8 mouiiMMis r.;isi ol I-'I^SIKI, was tnken to the Baptist hospital] " osu ' ss ol 'he plane w:is Marin Memphis today. j jS n iel_ll. «',| 5 oii. Hip. Annmi ( Among from here who saw ' s '. x I'Cfsi'nsws were M;n-y "Snow While and the Seven ' Ji ' v ' V!U -'V ^I'hnii. lower Dw Mls.< Dwarfs" in Memphis Saturday arc; ! '" cl " ri ' s ' stndenis in Si.,ni,,,,i Miss Mnry Symonds, Miss Louise ' Jnucis ">'. en mule |« HII-II Phillips, MLss Sarah Ix;wls Green,) " 0 " 1C '". Ma » sll( 'la. U.. to ^e Miss Rarhel Bm-rv Miss Mlrlniii lllc " slt ' 11 l»Hlr-r COTTON SEED I). 1'. 1.. Nu. 11 I'lrsl Vrni- From llrecdrr f.'llllOIII <il| (| BRAXTON GILL Dell, Arli. Miss Rachel Berry, Miss Miriam Hitlcn, Maiy Cornellii Carter and Mrs. L. J. Lawliorn. Sheriff's Uniform l*roiiosTd CLEVELAND (UP)—Ohio deputy sheriffs will be wearing standard uniforms if Ihe bill sheriff Martin L. O'Denncll is preparing for consideration by Ihe stale legislature is passed. Al Ihe annual meeting of Uie Buckeye Slate Sheriffs association O'Dsmiell also proposed n minimum salary for sheriffs. STOPPED-U NOSTRILS COMFORT D«lh> Eagles have heen known to livr- i century. White travelers returning from African jungles may not be so smug in describing the funny- looking natives after looking at this picture, showing how the prim wife of a colonial oflicial appeared to a native artist. The hit of wood sculpture, called "European Beauty," was carved by a member of the primitive Bara tribe ot Madagascar, off the African coast. II recently- was added to the collection of • s.Chicago's Field Museum...^ NOTICE no you need hej p or inspiration'.'?? if so, I am invi| in? yon to come lo hear Ihe Key. t : . I,. Randall nim p. A. Stock- Ion at the Second Baptist clmi-rh every night at -. 3() o'clock. I will appreciate your vote lor me in the Itlhlc contest Thank you LAND!!" McLEOI) tttll whoever borrowed my Emily Post "Enqueue" book please return It? Maureen King Notrfs Courier News , * " * • >•" -i \ j' -"/ ,• y i ~ * " . * • , to attend jour bridal dinner alone One of the Strangest ver Written —a Starts Tomorrow In Courier News • E/t Bvcrything for your enter lainmciit ami t<imf«rt. Ailiuisslon Mnlliirn 10<i & 2Go Admission NlRlit ICe & Mn Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests . - Thurs. tkrtl H LI Ml CHAEt CU ftT rZ • MrU< b j Kit K AnfitK<nn<te» -A COSMOPOLITAN PKCD-H r»iiMi*4bf WARNER mnoi. I'arnninuiil NVvv.s A' -Srrcrn shols. Snap- ROXY Admlsslrtn always 10c * 2(5e. i\T:itliici-s Saturilay * Snmlay Only Weds. - Thurs. PAL NIGHTS! t Ailults Ailmlllfd for Trice of J Me Blasted Tho Town Wide Open Th8 "dumbest" man on Main Street fights lor younj to- nunc; against Ihe city crooks! FRED STONE CORDON JONES OOROTHM MOORE .BERTQN I CHURCHILL cttj by I3"if4 x<\\r- Jf"*" Plir fcr vVf, 1 ,* HS..-IO. r,,M* Coin >mG»«u Also novclly «• Comfdy PAGE THRK11 CASH and CARRY $1.25 Lyons Tooth Powder Attention Mechanics! Special! Com. Muriatic Acid 1 Gallon without Container 85c Mighty Midget Radio—4 Tube Dynamic Speaker - - Built-in Aerial PUNY CHILDREN May Be Suffering frsm Round Worms N'ot inily rninlncss, Ijiil imlnirsa, Uui uf jvclnlil. pour n|i|iL-tllf, sl(jiiul<-li itltfiiliirnrt, lln-iiiiliu- himcl). iiiiilwi. liiukin clutii iiu.l liiMl-wlllnn n«ij- l«! l» Worm lufiv- llon. Try .Inj nit's Wriiilr«trc In oxiu'l viiniis mid TnnKr (it liclii In iL>*lon<, ni>ius in.-. IH-IK'<I ii'nl n>hr. liml inn ycura. (or ciillilli-n mid mlnlu. All 60c Jad Salts 49c $1.00 Hot Water Bottle 39c Sec DRiSDOL, Vitamin D 59c 83c Lady Esther Cream 59c 55c L Es'er Cream or Powder 39c Dr. Salsbury Poultry Remedies Kreso Dip 45c, 65c. $1, $1.75 Ovaltine, Chocolate 40c $1 Sylvia Facial Cleans, Tissue 59c Perfection Tissue 500 count 25c 25c Djer Kiss Talc 15c 50c Hinds 39c 5flc Jer- 39 l 75c Haver fJQO Aspirin 3v l.islcr- inc 59 C Peruna 98c Ventriloquist I)OU, 1 $1.00 Dummy ))an. I.oarn I Vcnlritorjtiism THANK GOODNESS! That Trouble With Your Hearing Doesn't Alii'ays Mean Thai You Are GOING DEAF! Arc you urortiPt! hy poor hcarinc. by biiz.xing. rinKiTiR hcaJ noises, or crnlxiTrRSSisl becnu-^o >ou'ro shut out of thingi thai arc BO me on? Chcti up. VuB>r hcnriii^ may not mean >'ou are rcnltj- eomp Jcnf. Often the «««e « a Kejitic car com! it ion, or VtrKnps sound- t>tHtntctinK tiardir>nr«l acr urn illations. rvpnrl llml. n few dnt|^ in each ear ni rnortilnif of the remarfcabfc OURINE Famous Ear Drops quickly sattcncil tip the hardened cnr-maltcr, j- rfpsired head noises, re- iiiuXh^r"l^^l tievod the aeptlt condition, >X4^-it^5| utiil to Ihpir jrrcat joy, t ' " " Bolcd Ihtm lo ~^™^" HEAR WELL AGAIN! Tot OUR1NK Hi home free, fir i il at yfmr dm if r.fore. Use as directed. HaiM»>' T«nU» nu*l h» your* or your noncj- ba.-k. Ask u» nV'jl OURIN'K TODAY. } I'rcseriplinns Arc Cheaper ;i| Kirby Drug Stores I RLYTHEVII.LK, AUK. I 2nd £ Main Main & Broadway Main at Division /2

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