The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 29, 1936
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jfrfek-flro COURIER'NEWS pjfcnfters of, tin} count ry chit) 409 their families liad 8 picnic 1*4 nlfht oji the porch of the eft* hpW »'lth tyrs, Joe Q. 'GfocHman arid'Mrs. F. I.. Engler aS; hostesses. ^JncJuded in the 70 present, were Mrs J B ^MUer nnd niece, An- j>* Garljneton, o!'. Searoy, Ark., hJJufeguMts o; Mr aiut Mrs. ?. A., Mis Tillle Egs and Miss aplly Schilling, of Milwaukee. »nd F\ank LeAliy ' of Stevcni. pjjiit, Wli, nho nrc veiling MJ-. sml Mr?, ftaro' W- Hnlnes, aiid J&rv CathcYlue< Lcmin Of Saud Springs, Okk.i guo^l of Mr. mxl Mre Jolm'F Lenti. TAder supper sonic danced. £ • « • «otnpll>ncut Gutsl »TvIrs B A Lynch nnd her niece, jjiss Alia Mao Garllnslon entertained 12 guests' with u bridge l)!irly Tuesday ntghl complimenting Mrs. J. fl." Fuller of Scnrcy, $>ler of Miss Garllngton. Another git of iown guest was Mrs. J. S. tjorncr of Bloomflcld, Mo., houso- guest. of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. jjomer. pi Summer flowers, w^rc arranged JH thp living room where bridge jas plajed Miss Mary Emma good, won hosiery for the high sjorp award and Mrs, Puller antl .Mrs.. Horner were presented hnnd- tli'b Has Mornin; Parly j-Mrs W L Vornor 'cnleitulncd ftie Mid,-Week Bridge club with a »lomiiuj paily Thursday when, ?*rs J B Puller, ol Scarpy housc- Sticst of Mr. and Mrs, B. A. 4&nch, nn^ MI Horner's mother, Mrs, j; .S, yprner, o{ Blpomflelcj. Mo, wciq also there „!]! the bridge games, Mi;s. Lynch won the club pri^e, i; \asp Mrs. fuller was glvo,i\ cludx aiui Mrs. Hornei lecchred. lingerie Lunch was s.eoed aUci the cijrd gainer • , ' > • V • ' Ha* Club Guests \ Mrs Roland Green entertained n number of guests when she had lho> Thursday,. Bjldge- • club this Bits of News Mostly Persona] . J. H. Smart, liijj fliuifihlcr, Mrs, Eugene Dickinson, mid Mrs.' B. R. Dickinson, were called lo Tyillrn, Miss., loday because of the death' of Mr. Smart's brother, t'rank Smart, who. died early (his morn- Ing following a slroke of paralysis yesterday. Mr. aiid Mrs. U. W. Mulllns and daughter, Uculali Kli/abclh, will leave Tuesday for a len days motor (rip to Dolhun;'Auburn and Andnlusla, Ala. .Mr., and Mrs. Jesse M. While and son and Mrs., Alice •Woiimck will go to Karnack, III':,'tomorrow foe Memorial Day. Mr. and Mrs. Ixiy Welch will have as (heir guests for Die weekend Mr. and Mrs.. C. N,, Wcloli and son. ol Crcnshaw, Miss. They lived Jicrc for a number of years when Mr. Welch was ' connected wllh the Lee Wilson Company at Ar morel. Mrs. J. W. Nivcns, of Crenshaw, Miss., if visiting rein lives hero having come up especially for ihe graduation of her nlcco, Miss Nancy McCHUiey. Miss Catherine Posoy Is 111 ill, her homo on Davis Avc. •••• '. Mrs. Philip Fctnberg und son, Moriley, of Cnpe Girnrdean. Mo., are guests of Mr*. Felnbcrg's parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Arlan. They cnmc down lo be hero for llic graduation of Affr^ed Arinn, Misses Carol Laudcrdnlc and Jimnlla Perry, s, T. Hardln and B. j. Moore and Ohnrlcs Albright, of Memphis, allcndcd the liorso show In, Dyerebiirg yesterday. 'Mary Catherine, Gloria .and •Joan IX!niin, of Sand SprhUjs. Okla., arc guests of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Lcnti. Mrs. J. B. Fuller and niece, Anne Garllngton, will return' to their home In Scnrcy wllhln a few days lifter spcndhiff ^several days wllli Mr. and Mrs, B: A. Lynch. They will be accompanied lyilley, 5". l».. Engler, Mrs. J.; H. Ellxius, and. Mrs. Ben Green, of '• Osceola, who 1^ leaving 50011 for Seattle, Wash., to spend, the sum-| mcr. , Lonely led, and pink imllfliicc j^os^s, f^roiu the GreeixV Garden, wer^ used iji the living and sun rootys,, where t|ic ladles played crtrds'Mrs N B, Mcnaid received towels foi the club pilzc and the guest priae, a handkerchief, •went lo Mrs Cunningham Mrs. Green" ^xos nlsp presented a handkerchief. * » • Has Birthday Parly, James Herald Eiibanks, son of Mr. and Mrs. 'Willie Eiibanks, celebrated his fourth blrlhdivj Saturday at his home near Bmdclli; by having n number ol his friends In to play \\mii 'him: Ice eteam was. served with the birthday cako aiid candy sticks •were given as. favors. * * *- J)«ii;r-Childs. .; Announcement has been made of lhe : marrlnge of Miss Sue Elfen- beth Chllds, daughter of Mrs;. N. B Cljllds, to Howard Dozier, also Of this c.l6y Tho \\cddh)g was solemnized at Curuthersvllle, i\iay Both Mrs-.-Dozlei: and.tlie bridegroom attended, local'schools. Mr. Cozier, \ylio, 1 Is the son of Mrs. Rebecca Dozlcr, Is connected willi the Bljlhevtlle Baking company. : They are no_w making their homo with the bride's mother at, 3:10 East Missouri avenue. Teeth Froni Elephant Tusks SYDNEY, NSW (OP) — T. Coughlan, of Lcwisham, has made a set of false teeth ftom the tusk of an elephant slain in Africa 100 years ago The teeth arc dnzzllng- ly white, light and \ciy slrong. _ home for a visit before going lo Faycllcville, where she will attend school this summer. She Is a member of the Blyliie- ville public .schpo) faculty. W. H. Collins,-late ol Slcclc, Mo., has moved here, having' purchased the Simon r.'tea Inick farm: Charles IJungsLon, son of Mr and Mrs. C. C. Lanaston, \ylll arrive today from .Bowling Green.' Ky., where .In- Jiiis bccii lUteild- Injt buslnes!i collcsc. • Mrs. J. J. Rciiisehmidt has returned (o her hphic In St. Louis ufler a week 1 .'; visit, with Mr. mist Mrs. Charles .L. O/.ier and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Weljb. Aiiiqng those who \vcro In-Dyers- 1 burg -for the horse show 'yes- Icrrtay were Mr. mid Mrs. C. G. Hmilli, Mv. nnd Mrs. J. \v! Adams and j. Men Brooks. Bernard Gooch Is slightly bettor after having been III several weeks. He went, to Memphis for examination but is now at his home on West Ash St. Mrs. J. A. Leech arrived' hdme yesterday afternoon from a five niontiis world cruise. Mr. Leech nnd Miss Peggy McKeel will arrive home Monday, via New York city. They will be accompanied by Mrs. O. p. Moss, who has been spending a month there. Mrs. Leech left the boat at Los Angeles and visited her father for a short time at Orange before coming home Mrs. Harry Kirby and Mrs. A. G. Little motored lo Memphis frailer. Miss Margaret Shaver has arrived home from Cliilstian College. Columbia, Mo., allcr receiving an associate of mis degree in the 8,ith annual commencement exercises Tuesday. She wns accompanied, by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Shaver, who motored up for her. Miss Shaver, .who has made an enviable.record .while Leap Year Hesitation By Helen WclsliJmcr A ^THOUGH I Jiiiow it's Ixap Year 1 v I have Jiot s,ii(i a word To tell you llml I love you, liccHuso I've often heard HAT me" arc fond of wooing. Alid she vvlio plaids her caw Wilh jVoixIs of preparation Will, not gel uny place, D UT Leap Year doesn't (any " (OJi.-why do you keep s(ill'!j . If you'.don't speak, up prclly sgyn, 1'ni Iwlf iifraid I will! ^WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON: The Last Supper FRIDAY,' MAY '29, JD3(5 a student, there, wns one of four seniors elected Co Plil Tlicla Kappa, national scholastic sorority. She WHS president of the senior cliu-s, u member o( the senior ]>q> s<|imd, the"V'.w.A. cabinet, SUitieiil Council, Delia Ksl Omegfl,, 1111 honornry national ilrumiilii: sor-: ority, the Mary Anlcn rtub and! llic women's Athletic Assoclntion. | Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ward und j raiclurtcd wi'llV i'lic" dLstribuUn" son. Lloyd. Mr. and Mrs. George |<:f "favors", the dinlomns ° Cross and daughter. Dorothy. Mrs. t J. M. Vivian and Mr. anil Mrs.' Charles Allen and ilntiglKcr, will go to Hardy Sunday to'spend the summer at camp Bio Vista. Mr. anil •Mrs. Ward liavc been there most of this week Init, tire at. home for it short time before goiiv ni> to slay. en "Ainciiciinism". These awards were given by the Dmi Cnson post cf the American Legion and || 5 niAlllnry.' . ' ; The exercises were in -tha form of a play '.'Arkansas Garden Pete" in which the 'history, of Arkansas n;is depicted'al n garden'parly. Musical'und dance numbers were Included In the play which Wiia Wins Pershing Award v at Illinois University Unjfnriu Kunday .School l.csson fcr May 31. Tc\l: l.ukc 23:7-23 BV \Vf,l. K. OII.UOV, l>. |). Kdlfor of Advance The Last Supper—Ihal' '1/i, Hie J'ujiiovrr meal , of' ivlilch Jcsiio and His d!sclp!:s.. parloity.'b'ljfoiic His crucifixion—has: a pliice 61 vjiusual tftnincanco T hv' chrUstiiiii history. In memory of-'It tiii; church has instituted the prao lice of Holy.Communion, its most typical and disllncliyc ' rile. Just how cany tins waii established Is not clear. The disciples, of course,; observed cadi Passover as it, canie around In the years sfececdlijg the C riici- fixloji and rciUiTeetfoir of Jcsiw nnd, as Uiey partook of tlie meal' It inevitably. became associated with the t-ast, Supper with the Master In the upper room. . Paul's clear reference lo'com- munion of bread and wine' hi memory of Jesus makes il plain Ihnl, within the lirsl Chrfslinii Bcneriition. tlip rite had been fully established. In later tj mcs tosldcs the distinctly religious' and historic slunllicancc ' of the ccmimmlon service, the great Jil- crature and art thfit. have grown up about the Lasl Supper have made It more dfatliiclivc In Christian faith and experience * * * There is nothing h'owover hi literature or in art that, surpasses the simple 'beauty of Ihp original record thai conslitules our lesson. Here wai; no.froni'il or prepared banquet. Thsrc wixs no decorative background; there were no elaborate arrangements. An nlr of mystery seems to mark.the choice of the room In which Jesus and lib disciples leathered around, the luble, but No "Free Premiums" but BETTER TEA for the Money Blended from finer, more expensive teas than "free premium" brands. Money back if it isn't the best you've ever used. OPEN For BUSINESS Saturday, flj,a> 30lh - With a Complete tins of Breads, Rplls, Ca.kcs, CoQkies, 1'iea, etc. Wc-Invitc You To Come In and Gel "Acquainted With ~ the " Qualit) o f 4 Our Products. PURITY BAKERY Special Saturday 2 Dozen Cookies For 20c' (licsulw Trice 15c Vcr Dozen) M.a.rjorie Mays and Mansfield Washbii-ni "Good Cilizenship" Winners Mnrjorie Mays niid MansficW Wnsliuinii were aivcn Hie "Good Citteciitliip" iiwnrds in the Dly- tlicvlllc Ji-nlor high school at tlic nnnual Koinmcncjmcnlj exi'rclses yenlcrdny nltenioon at the city iiiidiloriiim r.Ju'ii 8C were pro- mcled to liljli school, six others \verc sulccled (o share honors for llic n ward among Uic R j r i s; They \vercr Vcrn Ullzabcth Goodrich, 5am Ixjii McCnlchen, M'ary Helen Moore. .Marlon Cnldwcllt Josephine Shiljlcy and Joan Dourland. Unwell Fnrr won tlio history mciiiil and Vern Elizabeth Oood- ncli. the piizn for tlic best, u.ssny I'l-nnels Adams, who is H sophomore at the University of Illinois Ohnnipniiju, has won the Pcrshtn» riUe mrar<l for 1935 in the cavalry unit of the University a O T C The competition w «s held Satur^ day. : By having won t'nis honor. Adams will receiv etlie animal award C rcd- t of $30, to 'be applied on his tuition for the next semester. u c also won boots, S j M ,rs and an insignia : Adams, wlio was also on the hon° r ''".I 1 th ' s semester, has been mifl 4 iiiMliiiB In a- number of coinn Q tl- livc activities. lie will arrive home Mmc^ c f 0r Hi e .,„„„„„,. vac ,,u olli . I'UI.l. l)BUCATESSE~ Cheeses for all tastes Cold Meats of nny kiml Fniit Juice & Ginger Ale 1'RESH YARD EGOS DAILY I'ICKAKII'S OHO. & MKAT MAKKGT Phone C73 —We Oclircr 1044 Clilckasatvba O.N'I.V AlR-CONDl- TlONtSD'-' DINING ROOM '•• • • lAINGHEON 5()c and 75c f DIliR 75c UL' '.' DANCE TONIGHT •I'Yom 0 V. M.,in tlicr BLUE ROOM:, Also Air ComlilioHcd 75o "Per Couple HOTEL NOBLE l-'OR DISTINCTIVK HKAUTY SERVICE • Call 108 MAROAKET'S ISEAUTY SlIOl' EVEKV n,VV I'KICES Kodak rtnlgliina—nny size 8x roll, finished comptcle. 38c Post caiil photographs. 2 for 25c or $1 per dozen. Stamp™, o for ICc. : Wylie Picture Shop \ . , Across From Roxy Tliealre HOT COFFEE • SERVKl) WIIKHK IT'S COO!, • Have your mid-morning cup • 111 the AIR CONDITtONED I Uiniiij! Koom at I HOTEL NOBLE A Good Commercial Loan — li;w di-iliiu'l hjillmnrlis ivhicli \v;irr;in( ih; '•filing as sound husiiijcss for your bunk. THUS 1C liallniai-ttK ;irc:— tlic >;ood name n/ i the. borrower; Ihc sound inn-pose for winch (ho money is 'to' be used; and tlic ^HI-litHiMatinjr charjictpr of the undcrly- iiiir tniiwiiclion H-hieh; jjfsiircs repayment of Hie loan in arcordancc, with its terms. trc the osspiilial features nf noin- niwcial, loans made by this bank. They help our customers tarry on useful, pro'titalilf iiiisuicss activities. Bankers call t Ii c ni ."hoi •l-term, .self-liquidating loans," for the>- linancc iiulustHii!, agricultural and mcr- ••lifiiulisinjf operations -Vi'hicli arc lionmiilv ntiuplcted within sixty or ninety days ( ,V M'a.soniil period*, ;„,,; briiif in fuiid.s '(,/,' rc- I'ay the loan. • ' •' Jiisui'cd By " MIC Federal Depiwil i Insurance' Corponilion, 1). C. S'),()fli) .Maximum Insurance For Kadi Depositor '. Fanners Bank & Trust Co, Ulythcvillc, Ark. the place luwlr wns simply ,« large upper room; and (hough the disciolcs had Instructions' to make- ready (lie Passover, the preparations evidently were'sim- ple. Of (lie moil Itself there is ill- tie record, but of the emotion with which tlic disciples assembled, ujid the keen spiritual cx- pcclancy with which they discoursed, we liavo .-i very clear Impression, - 4 • k The impression of mystery wus slreuBthcncd us Jcsiis passed the cup among tlic disciples, and fis He l;rokc the bread mid gave It 10 tliei.n. His own failgrc lo drink from llic cup, and Ills ad- incnllicn to the di.sciplc? to eat nnd drink In. remembrance of Him, with the reference to the new covenant in Ills Ijiood, must liav-Q been impressive as well as i(»;|J| Kill (he «ir of mystery changed lo that ol tragedy as Jesus indl- caled His helra'yal,, and the dis- clpljs realised the fateful events that were •impending. We parlake ol the Lord's Supper loday from '• the ' vantage Ground ol a larger experience. For its it Is not a symbol of sadness, but one of triumph. Its roots are not all In the pasl, bi'l It ranches enl into Ihc largeness of a world-wide • and tjekss fellowship of Hie Chris- linn faithful; and ; devout believers parluko ol llic elements ol j communion willi a consctoiisneitt of 'the real iirespnce of Christ.. Observed in all the richness \Y'K R1KATS OBTAIN ABU; We Guarantee Salbifactlon. One Trial will Convince Xou. l''HEi: DKE.IVICRV CAM, «73 PICKARD'S GROCERY Ifrll Ohlckasawbii und fullness of its reality, thac fs no occasion or assembly hi Iho Christian church' during whirii Christians realise move vitally llio i:remise cf the Master. "Where, two or three are. gathered together In My name, there am I in the midsl." 1'OBTL'AND, Ore. (UP)—Charles Huiras, Canby, claims the feline longevity record for his, cat, "Old Tom," who is 2:j and still goma strong as far as rodent catching and dog-challenging is concerned. COOLEST SI'OT IN TOWN! Last Time Today Tonight IS NOT I'al Nijlil— As "SUOWIIOAT" is u I'rm-njajio I'iclmc. Irene Dunn ami Allan Joiit.s in s often caused by Eyestrtiin Any \voifc 13 overwork for defective eyes, and drains the system, 9f needed nervous energy. Ciicck that tired fccl- ing^t!iatcaseof"ner\'C5."l-! your eves examined tnday, J.L, GUARD Optometrist A{ titiunl Jewelry Store TheFinest Bicycle Made Heal Treated Aluminum Alloy :i TIMES AS STRONG AH STI^f. - WKlOliT FOR WEIGHT 3 Major Improvements A BUILT-I,\ I51KK LOCK.' THAT LOCKS Till' WHEEL AT ANY ANGLK. IIOH\ AND EI.ECTK1C HKAULICHT IN ONC UNIT. TOOL KIT BUILT IN'IXI SADULIC. Wiih ;ill Ihesc modern improve m c n I s prices b.ccn lowered. 39 .95 Cirls Modi-l.s Hubbard Hardware Co. I'aramcutil Xnvs and Novelty siiorl —Admission— Matinee—10 & 25c—with U 1 T;ix Ni'lil—10 & Me—\Vilh In Tax Saturday Only —-^ A Pntomoonl Pin.,. w n|, FRANCES FARMER JOHN HOWARD 1 ROSCOE KARNS ROBERT CUMMINGS Diictlcd by Ollio loverinj Cartoon and Serial—"I'lash (ior- don" \sillt iliisl;r Crjlibc Ailm—Mnlinci- "*. Ni s ht—Ii) ,t ^5 L \Vilh \K Tax —Conliiiiioius Sbinvinj;— Sunday - Monday ; T^»T'^O [«ih« ; •i. Btmv now .- / 3«n0.thow,' lhafs a luowl.' BROWN ONSO'GUNS BtONDEU . _ News. 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