The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 18, 1938 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 18, 1938
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FRIDAY, MARCII is, Religious Shows Many Not Members 0} jics The present membership of each church in Blythevllle is'only about one half of the number wiio profess preference for that denomination; it was revealed at a meeting at (lie First Presbyterian church Wednesday night when the ccmplele report of the recent, city •vide rclipious census was made and the Rev. Thomas K. Young, • i:a's(or of Idtewild Presbyterian church of Memphis was the principal speaker for an interdenominational meeting sponsored by the Ministerial Alliance. Of the 1.- ZC'J pecplc contacted only r,80 people expressed 'no church preference. Dr. Young, in his talk on the church and its work, pointed out that Jesus, while he criticized the church, stayed with in and .•-ought to purify it in that way. He added that''as Jesus, like everyone else, had lo an in- .'•tilulion Ural would survive him through which lo perpetuate his name, be chore the church dc- .vpHfl the fnct that in Ills day, it :ecmcd to have 1'ar less chalice of sunival (hat moit other institutions. ' ; 'Result cf a fiucslimmaire sent lo ICO people unking them for .• : latemcnls in regard lo the church Tc'vealcd four .significant facts which were presented by Dr. Young. They were: the church sivcs the only authentic knowledge cf God In his relationship to man; it brings one into fellowship with a larger number of the greatest men in history Uiiin "'docs any ether Institution; it" Is "the hlos r t universal and eternal institution existing; it is ihe ihosl serviceable and democratic fraternity or institution tlial "Che ' world ' has over produced. Dr. Young closed his talk by tayiirj Ihat if all that were tiuc. it would surely behoove any right thinking person to want this institution lo carry on, but thai the I'rtrrying on can only be accomplished by giving the church' four things: worship, work, wealth and Witness. 'Epecial music was provided by the First Presbyterian church choir which was augmented by singers from other churches. This r.tcup sang. "Hark; Hark. My Soul." by Shelley. They were accompanied on Ihc organ by b. T. Moore. • ' ; > AH .(lie ministers in-;the' Minis- leriai 'Alliance, with tile exception of the'JRev:' Alfred Carpenter who BLYTHEVILLK, (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Skipper Reports Spanish Torture Hayti Society — Personal Talcs of daily beatings during imprisonment at Pnlm.i. M.nllor- ca. following cwlurc ol tv.<= vessel by ship? ffyinR the Spnn- .isli insurgent fins, were (old bv •I- E. Lewis, captain ol ibe American (anker Nanlucfcct f-'iiet. shown above as he was greeted by his daughter, liuth, 0 at Port Ailhur. Texas. Lewis t;.id he and his crew were jailed !"i "leading ivilh Spanish Reds." Mi; ship was carrying Russian cjil to Uarcolonn. V. U'. A.'s illccl al Hotel Noble 'Ihe Young Women's Auxiliary of the Baptist church met at the Hotel Noble'at Ulylhcvillo Monday evening for dinner and regular meeting, A palatable chicken dinner was iervcd Die members lu Hie main dining room after which Ilicy re- I paired lo a lounge iui;l Jimflheir program. The meeting was opened Vi'ilh sentence prayers by all after which the president. Miss McElyca presided, during (he business .session at which lime the'ctury's report was read and approved. Plan:; weir nlso ni:id<: lo complete the Y, W. A. Year Hoaks. Thcuvcs in Europe" was Hie subject uf tin: program which was un- dei Hie 'direction ot Miss Wanda Mills. Mrs. Win. lliifi'm.-iii hud charge of the devotional usiii;. as her reference I'salni 120. Miss Annl;: Mae Kliourie uavc a reading, "Con- veision". Miss Mildred newccsc discussed "Sheaves In llimsaiv"; Cleo McUonnld liad as her subject "Sheaves in YhsosJavia,"; Haltic Lois Unmlolph discussed "Sheaves m iKuma'iUi."; Margaret Myrick, cheavcs in Spain", anil Virginia McDonald discussed "Sheaves in Italy". 'Hie second jxirl of Uic program was "Stalks in the -sheaves oi These Foreign Countries." Miss Hdiui Kliourie discussed Yugoslavia; Miss Iiattic ircncl "Huivjary", and Miss Randolph closed the meeting with a readina, "if I Had But One Year to Live." Mrs. Russell Brooks pronounced the benediction.' B.T.I!. Avwialioiul Mceliug Hclii'Herc The 13. T. U. of the New Madrid Baptist association was held at the Hayti church here Friday evening. The Kev. William llutlmini. paslor of the ' llnj'li Baptist'church, ooii- duclcd the devotional and Floyd Hamlet of Braggadocio, who is the were made by the club captain. W. P. Norton. cotton captnin. rcport- ul ' mi tin-lie members; ilarly. Reams, pig captain. 10 members 1 "; fi. D. Porshcc. calf captain, II) members; Jantiic Mae PruicU, gardening and canning captain, six members; Marie Smith, poultry T. U. director, presided during captain, 16 members': Mary Ellen! union won the attendance Reems. room improvement captain, B. the business session at which time it was decided to have Hie quarterly meeting in June at the Boek- crton 'Baiitist church. Mrs. E. ' and Nliss Jewel Lewis of Braggadocio sang a duet. Mr." Hamlet had charge of Ihc program, "Witnessing for Church". Miss Wanda' Mills of Hayli had as her subject -Ye shall Be My Witness" and Miss Smith of stecle had .ns her subject "Using My Bible." The Braggadocio B. T. U. won the efficiency banner and (lie Slecle banner. live members. The /.lollowins; lo Memphis Sunday and visited with Mr. Norton's wife, who is In the SI. Joseph hospital. tt. E. hlles of Capo Girardeau wns lierc Saturday visiting his father, truest lilies, Mrs. Ollc Shepherd wns In Cooler Wednesday visiting her aunt, Mrs, Aslon Wright. M:.s. Fniri,'] Rmlwcy of Alexandria, t.n., an:l Mrs. llnlpli Kliou- rie and son. Hilly, of Luxora were here Wednesday vlsltliijj Ulivi. Wolf Kliourie and daughters,, Exuio and Anna Mai'. M". and Mrs. Hill Baxter of Ccalor were here Tuesday' visiting friend. Mis:; I'.vclyii Luinmcrl oi St. l-Ciii.'i, v/lio Im.s been here for llirci weeks visiting her cousin. Miss Mildred Di'weesc, returned (o he home l''rid:iy accompanying Murrl£ Mullius. who had come down for l>l.s brcllicT, William Merger's funeral al Concord Friday. Mrs. 1'Yank foster and son, rtr- loud, drove lo Memphis Wednesday mid sp:nt the day, 1'iauk liunan of )lolland 4|jcnl Ihc wecki'ii:! here with his aunt Alts. GMrl McDantcIs an:l Mr, Me- Daniels. Mis. "arl MclXinieta returned lioiuc Thursday from Oxford mul PciUclct, f.Hss., where she had been visiting- friends since'Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Liileii lierrel ol Aibyrd wcic here Thursday visiting Mr. llurrel's parcnl-s, .Mr. and Mr:;, chas. Herrcl. Mrs. Elmer \;; jr. rcturn- | cil to her home at I'arma Sunday i after 11 week's visit here with her I lUTcnts, Mr. and Mrs. John Alsup. I lillis Kolin and Able Si'l<>ai 01 .- f'ortagcville returned homo Monday ' iM'nmg Irom a two wiicks vacation spent In Florida, M. Darkovitx and son. Bob, oi I'crlagcvlllc were hero Sunday vis- itinj j\Ir, Harkovitz'u nephew. 11. n. I Bnrkovll/, an:l family. rt:' O. Sanders. wln> Is atleiulhrj ccllejc at Jackcon, Tenn., anil Miss Jas'ymn ' Sanders, who is tcaeliin'J school'at Lilboinn spent Ihe ucek end here with Ihclr parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Sanders. Messrs. Albert and Hcnrv Hiuura visited willi Mr. and Mrs. Hiclianl Ilamni at Benath Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. .W. T. Sntiders and sons, Harvey alia J. IV.. Mr. and "•'s. 'amps N'lwbciry. Mr. and Mis, A. O.' Sartders and daugliler, Jasymn, and son, A. (.;.. nlleiided the funeral ot lai Sanders (il'l'ine liiiiff, Ark., siinclay. Mr. aiid Mrs. II. 13. Mnslcrscm spoilt the week end in si. 'ixiuLs. Mrs. Sam Ihmliuc returned home Pnuay ircm stcelc where she lias l«en visiting Jicr parents, Mr. aiid Mrs. E. u. Wright. Miss Naoma Olrec. who lias been in Cape Giranlcau visiting her uncle, J. H. Howe and family, re- liirncd home Snturdiiy. Illinois Hoforcsluliuji Crows SPH1MOPIEL1}. HI, i(jl>> ~ Ku- orcstalioii In Illinois will result In 'V> *l''»nillon of approximately J.COO.OOO Irccs for plant!,,,; this sprinsr, uccordhiK lo (lie slale for- eslry division, n mls amiomiced inai slrip mine opemlois had pur- fliascd 350,0(10 trees for reforest i- ilon of strip mlnin K areas. Y/dd/c Bottle l-ook for ihii FIDDLK HOY- ILK. It's your instant issuance «l > (ull-boilicrf whisiy roide the old. ilow Sour M«h way'—so rid inrf jnioolh anii mellow tint ' inwy talr it "Kcnluck/j finest Jrinknuj whisky." Aslc fo: AliD'STOWNiia.U "olllc—at your package store /ncorjxMulcif mthonSjiliiigi, Nelson , County. Kentucky MaJt iikttt Sit[>litn l-'oiitr malt ' filv Old K'a'u<h llomr" Tills "fliUllHolllr" in Ml kiitiM, musical program presented: Song, "John Uil- Ianger",,by Mary 'Ellen' Reams;. : "Homo on tlie. FJange'' by Bernlce i out of (own. were sealed on the Cobca: Zola Reams pldUonn and took an active purl Grammell; "Jesus Lover in" the cereir.ony. 4-11 Club News Notes Thirty-four members of Ilic Ef:- roii 4-H clu!) 'alnfofie leaclev, Aii- bric Smith. met'-'Nionday aftenioiii tfe' hear D. ,V. Malqcli, assistant county agricultural agent, give 'a talk on cotton' and' the' agricultural agent give a variety demonstration. "The meeting was opened with the group .singtii? ll:e "Wowing " Song" which was Graunncl] followin led by Ruby which' reports of My 3oul " fc - v Verncll Orii'nes on the coniniittec composed' of Ruby \ r crn Gramme), ''Virginia Ptiync 'and Carl Eugene Duiifan.'"' PJCSS Road Dyess ndad" r 'X*''' f 'l'-'H club met Wednesday liighra.l"71.30 6'clbcK 10 their regular" irioi\tlily" meeting. Mat Ma.tlock, prcstdcnl, was in dial get." .Rcsencl Hinsley. the scc- rctaiy, gave a report on the county :6uiicit meeting. Mrs. Hinsley, local leader, led tlie group in pLinniiu n. p. Paddisoji ol plylhcvill? and Ills In-other cf Norlli Carolina were hc'vc Monday visiting frihnils. Roily Jabour of St. Louis was here Wednesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Kliourie. Wednesday cvcniiisf Mr. and air's. Khouric haS open house for Mr. .labour and the following guests attended: Mr. aiid Mrs. Philip Hamra and family. Mr. jiml Mrs. Wade Hamra and clau'hfcr. Maxine. and Miss HniidoniH Hamra of Cariithersville. Mrs. Bert Hall is cnlartainiiig as her guesl this week Mrs. C. O. Slaughter of.' Chatfec.'' .Tinnsday Mrs. L. A. Montgomery and Mrs. George Roper' 6r Sehatli visited Mrs. Hall. . • •.. i 1 Mtsscs Erina and Anna Mac Khouric alteiKled 'a tea at the home of Mrs. Sam Hamra at Stcelc, Friday afternoon complimenting Mrs. N. Fiirdei'cy. Mrs. Richard .... . Hamra cf Sennth and Miss Sahie their school ground beautification I Hamra of Cardwcll, who alsii at- project. Mrs'. Gossein gave a report on the progress being made on the play tournament in (tie Dyes, clubs. RW.tXKT OF CONDITION ()F TIIK Fii-sl Nalioiia! Bank in Blythevijlc of Blylhrvillc, in'the Stale of Arkansas, al'the close of business on March 7, 1938.' published in response lo call made by Comp'.ruller of the Currency, under .Section '5211. U. S. Keviscil Slalules. '"' ' Loans and discounts . s s'^ll.ojJ.Ji" Overdraft.'; 18.012.88 United Stales {.iovmimcnl oblisiUions. direct and Sully guaranteed . '. •• 7.000.UD Other bonds, stocks, and securities 10.655.50 Furniture ami fixtures • ;!,067.K Reserve with Federal Reserve bank 38,057/Id Cash, balances with other banks, and cash ilcms in process of collection ll8.Til.C-! Other hsscls 502.5i TOTAL ASSETS S413.23C.C 1 Demand (lep&sit'j of Individuals, partnerships, am) corpora- lions . '''. '"•••• S26l.6iri.3G 'iiinc deposits of individuals, partnerships, and :ciporaticns 20.8K.02 Slate, county, and municipal (ier'xiLs 28.064.CI Dc;iosi!:i of other" tanks.' including certified and cashier's checks outstanding ..'...'..'...'....'.'.'.'.!:..:' 16,623.01 Deposits not secured by pledge of loans and/or investments . ' $335,220.63 tended the tea, accompanied the Misses Iflicurie home ami visited them until Saturday. Mrs. (DCOttie McDonald is in M2mphis this week'visiting her mother, Mrs. Chas. Gilbo. ''William Ifanspire of New Marl- rid spent the week end here willi his sister. Miss Maymic {[(inspire. W. J. Norton and children. Mrs. Mildred ticevcs of Braggadocio and Mrs. litta Gcigcr of SI, Louis drove In lOT, a shower of wheat fell from, (he skies on 'Andalusia, Spain. THE HONEST PH JEST MOTOR FUEL at Ihe pricj a! ordinary gasollna T HAT ijl^iit of doubt in tlila yo\mg mstii'i! (lyo uuya, plaliiVr tji'ah Wonlji'; ..'Y^i'lJOlUi show me."' Cur ojYncrs wltfi this I'm-frum-Mis- soiirt"iiU!t\td9 nro llm liesl "jirosjic'cta" for Plillll^'CO Poly Gas. Thoy (liiibt eliilm'S;"llfey want fiieta. So herotlicy lira: • • ;. -, >; . It is a /net, pro\-ed by OioiWth'ds pi Reici)tinclabomtorytc8t8,ttmtPhliilps CO is the higtuiileal Rasolino wliicll you enf) liuy at regular nrlcc. It liCrt fact that Phillips is tho Woni.D's I'AiUiEST producer of natural lw\\ {cat rrWor I ' ' r.' ' ;M - .:l . fuel; which osrnainB why Phillips can give you Iilgher'tesUi/toii; Mghcfjyke. Wliyiiotfindoutwhattlilsprcniiiim- i|uallly gasoline will do in yoqiPcar? PMII-up iifilh Phillips nnd<"f(>c! that difference} .Vou'll discover ilia} ypiir motor nlarts faster and w'aVms-'up sooner. You'll use Jess choko and go wore wiles fo the gillon. You'll get less 1 vibration arid"more powor, lesi noiso and more speed. Sec If 1 1 doesn't cost less to tun your riir Itifttr, b/Blppp.ljig for a tr)»l tankful at any grange and Black 66 Shield. First y«fr B f PL 1J.JI Planting Seel inpd lro*fi Total Deposits Other liabilities Capital account: Ccimnon slock, JCOO shares, par MDO.OO per share .. ,....,.' G100.OCO.Op Kun;lun ".."2G.OM.On l/udividcd profit*—Overdrawn 7/JSZ.10 Ti:t;'.l Capilal Account ' TOTAL LIABILITIES $448,2a r ).tU Stale of Arkansas. County of Mississippi, ss: I. S. il. Williams, cashier ot the" above-named bank, do solemnly cwcar lliat the alovc slatcnicnl Is true lo the best of my knowledge and tclicf. ' a. 11. WILLIAMS. Cjsliicr. Correct—Attel; If. Hishlill C. H. Wilson Holahd Green, Uircctors, Sworn to and subscribed before me this lo day of March. IMS. <£«al) MARY B. GAY, Notary Public. CiSUtt. UOT6II ril*i Id Broadway i U'alnut llv.IlK \nr. MutlF. llinr.s nnmr:.. \\.ini In Irail,, ' lik.- ;iiii'.iiiil cf iiitMii-y rvrr limijlil S'o/r/v Sf,i/f •. ,\ ,,,| | low „[ , ,, JV ' l.rforr!;iMmirit-ar'?iVinrrh-.i ing on opcr,111113 "•!>!» ami |in.v.' i.ilU 1'uniiilc llic liiDjl li'caiiliful I'ulilfac'.uwiirr/ say, "10 ID J i lliir:^ on wheels, Like lo Ir.i'icl in iiiik-s |icr gallmi" ami I'onlii:,: i, inilu«^3 America a bc&l -kiiou i\ )«ju [igurcil— -r»nti(ic*sth<:n'n$i>\-'r. A M E HI C A ' S ' F I N E S T LOW-PniCED CAR BABCGCK MOTOR GO. ['hone Does money barn hole in pocket? '•'Jj.PfV^iy, I tlojv't know where the money goes. It's ,sp r, but what 1 spent it for is mor.e than I can say!" Arc these your sentiments too? Take two quick hints from those who have learned to spend wisely and vvell: (1) Budget. (2) Head the advertisements. Keep a strict, accurate account of every dollar. You spend so for food, -for rent, for clothes, 'for amusement. Write down. And to the budget! The second idea is a favorite plan of thrifty buyers. Wach day, go over all the Advertisements in this ne v ws- paper carefully. Find out in advance what thing^.will hest serve your needs, where you can buy them, what you must pay. The advertisements give you that njejvs regularly! • • $ ^r ^ 1/ife is too short to \yorry any rnore than y,o ( u can help about financial problems. Get the : using habit now! - ( .^ ^j

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