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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 12, 1936
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BLYTHEVILLE; -(ARK.) COURIER NEWS Has Hrid^c l.imchcon. Mrs. Harry Patton of Greenwoo:] Miss., houseguest. of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphrey, and Mrs. 3. T "Phillips, \rtio recently moved "back home" from Chicago, shared honors at a bridge luncheon given yesterday by Mrs, Edgar Borum. The guests of-honor were at.the dining room table iv'iiich had a cen- Icrpiece-of sweetpsas while nasturtiums, larkspur and'oilier lid-fashioned bowls were arranged about the oilier two entertaining rooms: There were 18 guests. Mrs. John P. Lent! \you a lunch- con set in:the bridge games'which followed. 'Mrs. pnttoii and 'Mrs. Phillips -were presented double decks of cards. '• ' "•-•'•'. : .*',.» * Country CJuli Has . a Hamburger Parly. •The SO who attended the ham-, burger parly at the country club last- night 'had alt the hamburgers a nil doughnuts they wanted ssrvcd in the ."help'.yourself' style. Later : there were e«wes with S. J. Cohen .in charge. Mr. aiirl Mrs. Russell Fnrr,-Mr. and. Jlre. C. Q. Wood, Mr. rind Mrs. Wek'h Foster 'and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney L. Banister were hosts and.'hostesses.' ' Out-of-town guqsl.". there were: Lee Wilson Wesson.-of Boston and Wilson, with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crlgger. Mrs. Belle Smith and Mr and Mrs. Sid Smith of KiUton, Mo., housogues'ts of Mr. anil Mrs. H. H. Hmichlns, and-Bert Lynch jr., of Ht, Louis, who is visiting ills parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch The next club affair will be the dance Tujsday night when the Unl. verslly of Alabama orchestra will play, beginning at n o'clock, with the Osceola members as hosts and hostesses. * t • Daughter Horn Mr. and Mrs. \Vylny n. Dall of Snydcr. Ark.; announced the Jiiilh 01 a daughtei bom June 3 The babs vho weighed nine pounds has been mined Palij Ann Mr and Mrs Uall fonnerlj livfd IieiC * * * Entertains Cil)b. Mrs. Byron Morse had the last party of the Thursday Luncheon club until the full season, when she also entertained her sisters, Mrs. Josiah Fort of Clarksvillc. Tenn. Mrs. W. B.-Tanner of Helena, and Mrs. James 'If. Bell. .';• Sweetpsas, i n many shades, was .the centerpiece of the luncheon table. : In t'nc bridge-games'which fol- 1 lowed Mi-s. niistcll Phillips nnc Airs. Ross D.•• Hughes won prises. U. D. C. Has a. Heine. Coming Parly - A ."Home Coming" party wa; sponsored by the Elliott' Flctchei chapter of the U. D. C. Thursday afternoon, at tlic home of Mrs. J W. Bader when the ID present included several visitors. The affair, which is lo be held each . June for the Anal meeting of the summer, was planned for former members and for others who are eligible for membership. •' The program was dedicated to 1 the late Rev. H. T. Blythc, for whom the city was named. Mrs J M. Goad, as a representative of this family, was presented a bouquet by Mrs. Bader. Mi-s. R. s. Mott, (tie oldest widow of a Confederate veteran in Mississippi county, was crowned "Queen of the Old South" in an impressive ceremony in which Mis. Henderson C. Hall, president 01 the chapter, read an original poem. Becky McCall crowned Mrs Moll and siic was presented si boumiet by Mrs. O. B. Pecry, the second oldest Confederate widow in the county. Mrs. Molts r< sponsc.was a touching talk of he. memories of the days from 'fil to '65. Other features of the program were piano solos by Tommic Phila talk by Mrs. Bader on Summer' Ensemble For/Town "Wear Biis ol! Mostly Personal 'Princess Alice* at Convention i. perfect, costiunc. foi-J'sum-' nier days in town' is a 'tailored frock of navy sillt chiffon wilh a full length coat of navy and white ,polka dotted silk chiffon. Here it is—tlje dress with a while -club collar and''glass billions, the coat belted in patent leather and having two.patch pockets. Mrs. . Randolph Smith, Mrs. I'ei-ry Rothrock, Mrs. l-'red rower, Mrs. Jack (jinilgnn and Mrs. V T. Clour are six-tiding lhe day n Memphis. ; Mrs.'. EHioll Sai tain, who re- cenlly uiiderwrnt an operation at the Blytlicvllle hospital, was removed! to, iier home yesterday. ML«s -Catherine Posey, who recently : iindcVwcnt an operation at Ihc ' Memphis Methodist hospital ls, ; resting very well following n blood' transfusion Inle yesterday. Hert Lynch Jr. of SI. l/>u l5 . is' visiting.Ills ijai'cnls, Mr. and Mrs. It, A. Lynch. Mre H. J. Watson and son. of Cairo, 111., are visiting relatives here. ! Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Ta.usc'h and Mr. nud Mrs. Tlllmaii Baker went lo Memphis yesterday accompanying the Tausch ehildren, June ami ullly, who left tor Cincinnati to spend their vacation. Miss Boh Williams has gone lo Owensboro, Ky., lor a visit with Mr. and Mi's.^.Ciarvie Sharp. Mrs. Cflnrlcs'Criggcr. Mrs. ,1. T. .Phillips and: Mrs. Bernard Gooch will spend tomorrow 1 In Memphis. ' .'Mrs. T, ; G. Seal returned last night from several days stay In Ul- .tle Rock with Mr. Seal, who ae-. companle<l her home for tlic weekend. 1 Mrs. w. B. Tanner nnd son. Jim- mle, of Helena, are guests of Mrs. T. J. Mahan nnd family. ' S. P. Sallerfleld, who wns taken to the Memphis Methodist hospital several days ago, was returned home loday. His condition is »"- chiingcd. Mr. .Siitterficld, who re- ently came 'here from his home i Lexington, Ky., for a visit with ils.sister, MJ-S.'.T. J. Mahan, bc- (ime ill alMut ij week ago. .W. B. Cade,'ill the. Chicago Mill iid Lumber 'corporation, has been ransferrcd '4o .Waterproof, iji:. to head sawyer for lhe company here. His.faintly ^-111 remain 'hrre or the»'..' Arch Llnrtscy 'ailcnded to busl- wss in Little Hock yesterday. Among the women who went to }sc'co!a today for the district meet- ng of the W. M. u.'s In Baptist •imrches were 'Mrs, Harry Brooks, Mrs. C. a. Mires, Mrs. Jesse Sennan. Miss Cordelia Wilhilc. Mrs. Tom W. Jackson, Mrs. j. M. Small; Mrs. Leslie Moore and Mrs. Hay! noixl Scluniiclc. =WKKKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL, LHSSON= FRIDAY,. JUNE 12, 1!)3G Jesus Courage High at Gethseinaiic — • ' •-*— . . •_ BY WM. E. GILKOy, I). D. l.'clllor of Advance Through the garden of Qeth- scmane we nnist follow JcsUs to was lo (jive btrlh to Uic Babe of Ami in what simple, ..,,, „, Bethlehem! \\ofds does the story come to an ! Shu hail treasured Ihc token and end, with I lie Master crying aloud, prophecies of His n'rophctlc mis- ."Father, into Thy hands I com- SiOll. and tllOlieh her hpfirl ,»inc> »,ui.,l' Mt. -flnirft " Irrigation Hard oil l-'i.sli SALEM, Ore. (UP)—Incrcused li 1 - ilgation of farms is destroying , spawning grounds tor fisli anil I necessitating more propagation j work, according to Frank B. Wire, "'~' game supervisor. i M • •. c ., and the tragedy of the sioii, and though her heart miisL niand'My-Spirit." 'n t became evident 'have been crushed with woe as she I Glory and tragedy move in" this cllp * 0 " l<J that He would have ;to drink it (o tlic;, drop, fne , spirit, of Jesus seemed lo llnd'ii new courage and n new calm through i-ciiimiinlon wilh lh e Father and through lhe . that, cu'ii In Die acceptance of a cruel death, He was fuinillng.thG Father's will. H was, Indeed, Inie that He could not save Himself If He were to fulfill .His! mission. If It seems haril l^'gq-with any reality the full .length' of: tlils'way to the cross, we should remember that a Kcntle mother' "who loved her Son went nil. the '•• way tlial she might uc : with -Him in'His dying hour. . . ;. * * ' *'.' In lhe description of those who slow! l;y the cross in the hour'of Ills death, we are told that lhe uiolher of Jesus was there. How sioii, and though her heart must, itiand'My-Spirit.'.' A • .. ^ have been crushed with woe as she | Glory and tragedy move In' 1 this A 1f~~\ • ~~f ~JB Wit beheld her Son on thp cross, there record, which we see now. In the H »H ) B B Ma H been some ray of light ..of Christ's resurrection andl'B 9<- • B ML- W hopa and some courage- of faith His eternal mission.. As-,' tho ex-1 ~. that took hei- there lo share HLs nc-rlcnco reaches into Hie deptlis' agony, ..-. of human experience, so It reaches' I have referred to t!:= vividness'into'the h'fe of humanity age aft- ol the picture ol Christ in the er age'. ' ' , . garden oi Gethscmanc, and sure-| "The'story goes on, the struggle ly one must say the same for..the; p!; truth against error, bt goodness! story of the crucifixion. It, also, ls>gainst'evil, of love against !mtc. ; expressed in, a few sentences; but i Men go the way. ; qt'torture and, no .story of modern limes ever wifferiiiK because tliey would liml i ... has sin pasted in, reality the record > for themselves nnd for 'their fel-i "dulls Atlnimrd fin- I tin nf i of these- of. these' few worts. . : •:: lowj > higher, nnil a :better life; , All Children—lOc ; W1\;it a striking incident is tills,' -yet as the-saviors, fall and are I of: lhe :two malefactors on cros.fe c'rucifled,;. lire life that they • hjsve | TODAY ONLY PAL NIGHT much that us concerning Mary and . the .spirit of thai woman whose privilege and honor it on' either- side "of Refills; aiid how beautiful the'-reality'-'or : chrls"t's salvation .rallies • to light 'iii',!the consetoiiiincis .of one man' 'tliiit .lie has found licace and salvation as he expliitqs his-misdeeds! - •• •: There Is n Eiiggftstlon, also, of Ihc.terror that attended, the hour' of Christ's death, . as darkness cume over, the land and the..veil of the temple was rent in twain. Witli Johnny Downs, Shirley '; Dearie, Dixie Duiiliar anil Jane Dunvell Siclccled .Shorts —Admission— Maliiirr—10 i ;>5i>—Will) h; Tax Nighl—ID ,t Me—Wilh Ic Tax . I-'lashlng the Roosevelt smile, "Princess Alice" Lcuigwortli in shown l\crc after she arrived In Cleveland to :iitcnd the Republican national convention. Thr famous daughter of the late T. K. is n delegate (ror.i her inme city 01 Cincinnali. Assembly of God Church Ml! »si°»»''y society, w iu g i v c a spe- Di r» f o • i <: ' al s -' r " 1 " 11 Sunday morning at the •" — •• Day Ol Services Church of (he Nazarcnc. it was an- Homers ville.. Society — Personal tile 'home of Mrs. R. B. Nolen when there were 20 members present. Larkspur was used to decorate :he living and dining' i'ooms. After - supper the ladies . played bridge and rook. • Midwaij Notes Leonard Hljl of Calncron A. M. college,. Laulon, Okln., Is visit- ins his pareiils, Mr. and Mrs. A J. Hill, for a-,week... ... Mrs. M. E. Ford is very gravel} 111. •..-,.-.. -i . .Mr. and. Mrs. E.-.M., iJcDonnli were visitors In'- Blythcvhle" Suii rlay. -.."-- lloiiicr Powcl nnd family wen rolling Monday at Mill Bayou. Mrs. B. F. Sexton visited M: and Mrs. Claud Sexton Sunday. A. J. Hill preached nt Sand Rnyou Sunday. Mr. and Mre. Ira McClinstoc were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Sn Walker Sunday. , ,. W. E. Hayes and George Moore nnd Mr. Hnyes on business. Mrs. It. L Allen, ol Lubbock, Tex. arrived Wednesday to visit her sister. Mrs. F. C Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Muson Schell airj daughters, Roberta and Kixthrine and son, Muson r., jnnd Miss Jackie Lomnx spsnt Sunday in Memphis. Miss Hazel lii-p, of Little rioek Ark., is visiting Mrs. Carl Watson I Ihls week. Mrs. D. A. Snider, of Campbell .spsnt I'iic week end here with her (laughter, Mrs. Marie Shepherd: . - irauiiccd today, by lhe Rev. Harmon 'ISie Rev. and Mrs. N. H. Rhodes I "°"' P aslor - Tll e Rev. Mrs. Craw- pastors o? the Assembly of Cioti' for<1 is a " outstaiidliig evangelist church, seventh and Ash streets - of lllB cl ' lirc - 11 have announced special services for Simday, to be observed as All Saints Day. They are urging every member of the churc'n to attend all of the day's services. Dinner will be served and at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon there will be a baptismal service at ixme oak, to .which the public, is invited. Sunday night there will be evangelistic services at t'nc church. Tile while-whiskered colcbus of Africa wears a natural collar of ivhite whiskers. Inson. Mrs. •Miss Charllne liobinson, ol Jackson, Miss., Is spending her vacation with her mother, Mrs. Edwin Kob- .James U, Clark and her quest. Mrs. j. A. Bartlett of C'.ii- cago. Mrs. c. C. Langston, Mrs o F. Tucker nnd Mrs. Charles Bright Minuted the breakfnst, at Hot Springs for Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Mr. and Lenchvlllc. Mrs. George • R.nyV of Ark., spent lhe ^ . S. Patterson Dies .-; at Home in Kentucky J. S. Patterson, 63. (aVher o( J. S. Patterson o( this .city,., died at is home in Hickman,' v 'Ky., last Iglit niter having been in ill health ir several years;»Mr. Pnflerson had ;cn with his lather (or some time nd Mrs. Patterson and children vent there last night, for the scrv- "es today. ; i.: j.,. Mr. Patterson !had . yisiled- here evcrhl..times before 'he'-bccnine an nvalld. : and Mr. GoShcll News ! ic Lewis and family, ol Forty Eiifm. OT rc giiesUs Sunday o( - Mrs Joh) , E(| north, in cast. Courier News classified * i* ** A *•'*•"* *'**•« A * * * A * '* **'*'*' "The Funeral of Jefferson Davis' a talk by Mrs. A. J. Cole, of Wilson, about Saraeen, a noted Indian of early Arkansas days, and a piano number by Mre. Hall. Mrs. C. E. Criggcr and Mrs. J, W. Adams, co-hostesses, and Mn Bader served punch "thrmiylio-.'it the afternoon and afler the pro- Clah Has 1'nrfy. ... The "Take. What You Eat" club * to the Te»'a«! had a supper ,nrty tat night at 2 ^ ' G " d5 Really Transfers Wai ranlv llmis . L. Neus lo Mrs. Marjoric Jones, Mrs. Bonnie Jones Burnettc ni;d Jennie A. 'Jones all of west half of section "35, township i Grimes and fumily. Mrs. Ed Williams and granddaughter, Jackie chrystncr, are spending n rcw days at Horners•ville, ^^o., with Mrs. Williams' son Berl Williams. Mrs Ray McKey nnd Mrs . Ed t-rawford and daughters, Freda Aline nnd Betty, nre spending n few days in Hot Springs. Mrs. Alice Jones, of Steeled Mo. is spending this week with H W Crawford and family. Mrs. Asia Moody ha s as her guest •isr^sislcr from Memphis, Tenn. end with Mi's. Fred Hauls. • -Mrs. Martha cope and Mrs/'Vlr- Binia Anderson and daughter, -Martha Ann, o( Cape Girardcau, ; arc spending fills week' here as guests o( thj families of Dr. F,. G. Cope and o. J; 'Cope. :•': . • Charles Kennett drove to Memphis Sunday to-bring Miss-Bcrnice Brnnnimi and her nurse. Mre'. Ri- Icy Knight, home from Methodist •hospital. Miss Briinnum ts recovering following an operation.' '"' '• Mrs. Arl'ntir Neumann, Mrs I Frank LltzcKclner, o( Conraii. Mrs I C. M. Bandy, 0 ( Portagcville, Mrs 5. J. Crosno and daughter, Maii Virginia,'pf Mt; vcrnon. III.,, wen guests Wednesday o( Mr. ancl Mrs Charles F. Kirfcmnn. s. J. Crossnc and Alvin Dubols, of Ml. vernon will join them Saturday and al will return home Sunday. M. 15 Arts I'.iy V I Round Trip :jlo the Tex | Centennial Half-Moon Mrs. S. C. coleman, of Memphis, is visiting her daughter, Mrs J. W. Robertson. Miss Arlcne Poff was expcctec home today after a visit of severa weeks with relatives at. Bassclt: Mr. and Mr.s. Bill Robertson en lertamed a large number o( friend nnd relatives with a party Monda \{: [ibtnl On Loss of Appetile oftsn comoc from Eyeslfoin Look to the eyes ofyour child. Subnormal, defective eyesight laics the nervous system and plunders needed energy from other important functions of the body. An cyssight examination is health insurance. J.L. GUARD Optometrist 'At Guard Jewelry Store , ffj:u:ti ji no run cmi— (rrt pi]tov.> ' "r. (Kill jhf! irrsfn ujin*— low p:itf .»tiU-,,J. „( ,„„„,, ,I| TRISCO TRAIN'S ARE A1R-CONOI. TIONLU .... • 'I Special Week-End Bargain Fares S|-c.;i,il b.itK.iin rouml trip : fares cvciy friday, S.ilimUy : .ntJ T • ' Close Human Relationships —exist between this hank ami the people of tliis Cnmmtinily. 'IMIKRK arc no dividing lines between the 1 interests and welfare nf this hank and (he interests and welfare nf its neighbors, whether or not they are customers. Our depositors who entrust their funds Lo our keeping represent a hroad average of tho men and women of the Community. Our borrowers arc men and women engaged in active business enterprises which, we feel, onlitlo them to tho use nf the bank's credit resources created with the aid of our depr.-ilors' money. This bank, as a center of the financial interests of these men and women, makes possible interchange of iwu-linil helpfulness'. Deposits Insured Hy The Federal Uctwsil Inswance' Corporal ion Washington, I). (•. §5,000 Maximum Insurance j/ O r F.ach Depositor Farmers Bank & Trust Co, Blylhcvillc, Aviv. LINE Cheeses for all tastes Cold Meats of any kind Fniit Juice & Ginger Ale FRESH YARD EGGS 'DAILY I'ICKAItrVS CRC1. &. BIEAT MARKET 1'hone 073 —We Deliver 10-14 Chlckasawba Knitting Classes Tuesdays & Fridays, 2:30 p. M lino Chickasaivba INSTRUCTIONS FfiEE OliDERS TAKEN FOH "BERNAT" YAKN Mrs. Leslie Hooper '•Mrs. A. C. Haley Phone 793 Vacation Bible School >Thc' spirit' of lhb;/,ChrisV caiinot -The , ; words' of' jcaiis At last! Real English Mustard IN PREPARED FORM The mustard seed used is !.00% English —the world's finest for sii'eet-/iaf flavor. Money back if it isn't the best you've ever used. Will End Work;; Torfcht The Community Daily Vacation Bible school -w'nich has been con- udctcd for the past two weeks at :he First Methodisl church will hold its concluding program tonighf, it 8 o;clock at whic'n time each tie- j imrtnicnt wilt present some phase of the school's work. An exhibit; of articles made by the children will be shown sifter lhe program. All parents and friends arc invited' to attend. . i Children Attending, the school 1 were given an outing and picnic lunch in the park following the morning session today. [ The Rev. c. B. Cloyd is director of the school. Evangelist Will Speak' 1' at Church of Nazarene The Rev. Mrs. j. H. Crawford, district president of the Woman's ; I Farms FprBale Mr. Bonus Receiver: ^^-^ Take Ihc advantage of this ijic.U oppoitunih by investing your bonus money in a home, something yon ciin enjoy the ol ,\om life ami fin;illy.|)!iss on to your children, that thev too may have a place they can ciiUhome. 'I represent several of the big loan companies, otl'cnnjj for sale farms they have taken over at very reasonable price?-, with small cash payment <lmv.'i and balance of .purchase price payable over 20 /ears at 5 per.cent, interest The y'earlv payment of interest and principal will be kss than normal rent. I also have city properly for sale. J. W. BADER, I'hnnc 30 lilytheviltc, Ark. Ailn:.—Miiliiicc it Xight— in &, With It Tav —Cni;litiiiniis Shawms— Sunday - Monday I •& &^, ' _ -Tei-hnitolor Cnrtccn ;tnd Comedy -."Malilice & Niglil—10 & 35 With Ic Tav —Continuous Stiowin»_ TUICSDAV. JUNK 1(i $175.00 HANK NIGHT! : ' SEE YOUR Ji>31 I'OUI) M01)i:i, "A" TUDOIi. Neat and Clean, \ eiv i> : ,iti( :l tul Ready To Co .... ?17: urn curivuoi.KT ni-; I.UXK coui'i-j. Ksrci- Icni Mi-ihanical (.'omlition,' A-1 Tires, Newly fainted. A Harjtain For ' S22r tld Car Will Probably Cover (he Down I' I" All World War Veterans. DEALER T,GDAY! -1D33 CIIKVKOT.ET MASTKK "(i'' C 0 U l> £. . 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