The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 30, 1938 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 30, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLVTflEVjLLB (ARK.) COUUJER NEWS , COURIER NEWS COMPliMKNTARV TICKET TSU Ticket Will Admit Mrs.' Sally Hi&icr and companion, 313 Madison —to rac_ KITZ THEATER -—46 sei— .Sbcial Caleiidat ', THURSDAY'^ EVENTS •Mt'i- G. E. keck entertaining TlVUfiiiay Contract club. Jewish Ladies' Aid meeting In Temple Israel ajt 8:00 p.m.. , Altai; Society of. tlic Clinrch o! the Immaculate Conception sponsoring a..birigb party at 8:00 o'clock at catholic Hall with Mrs. Walter COM jr., and Mrs. John P. LfcutI ns hostesses. : Thursday Afternoon club meeting wilh'itrs.' Eddie Regeliold. : --FRIDAY'S EVENTS Excfiitivt board of Woman's Mis- Elona.ry iliiion of First Baptist church meeting iit 2:30 nt- home dt Mrs. Tom Jackson with Mrs. E. w-.-SI Minions as co-Hostess. Junior Woman's club' Incctlng al clilbfiiiJusih • -• ' Elect .'lltiejiates iiirt Iiis{aFi i«ir Oltieers The liisl liieolmg of ilic year wii* he-Id yesterday afteriioDn when Ilic Worniiii's Auxiliary of the First Prcsuylcflah church installed new officers hlld elected delegates lo the PfcsbylcrliU to nicet In Morrillon, LArfc.,'-Ap'rll 1, 8, i\nd Oth. ' MS.' Rives Allen and Mrs. E. L. ; Spradley were elected delegates and * Mrs. ,W. A. pobyns nrid Mrs. VV. I. Osbpriic. were chosen as alternates, i follbwiiig tt-lilcli the lusinll.itleii took 'place. ! The. opening number on the pro- Gram' was a violin sblo plnycd l>y . Mrs. 'S. H. Salmon. Mrs. P. 13. j Jo.vntr. ^s•]lo presided at Iht piano throughout llife program plnycd her acc'dllirjaijlmeiit. Th'e tilth psiiliu was rend ih unison and was (ol- i lowed, by prayer. Mrs. C. R. Bab- f cock, president, gave her report concerning every nlinse o! the work accbirjpiisheti during the past year. A sql.o "Transformed" was suirj I by Mrs. Charles Mriglit. The officovs Were given silver L keys 'to open doors of service for ' another year; After reading the i. scriptural passages written oh lliesc } keys,-|)ie:drncers announced, if ilicy were ^emaihhlg in dniSc, Hint they ; reUinca, the >.ej-. or if ,iibt con- rtiniiingin Iheir.poslllon, Ilicy jjasscd i it bii ; j(o l|ieir..successor. ; • Mrs. Leslie .Hooper,. a former president, Installed tlic liew officers, aller which Ilic group stuis "A Charge to Keep I Have." Thru fhe new president, Mrs. Zal B. | Harrison, accepted the gavel froin I Mrs. ;Babcock, retiring president, I and'upon taking the clinir. called I for the circle clirtinnan to read the lists of their hew circle members. .Officers for this year arc: Mrs. Ha'rrison, president; Mrs. Hoy Walton, .vice r.Vcsidfnt; Mrs. Dixie Crawford, secretary; Mrs. George Dillnhunty, treasurer; Mrs. James B. Clark, historian. Secretaries of the different departments are: Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson, home missions; Mrs, E. A. Hale, Syncdical and Presby- terial missions; Miss Emma Kate Richards, Christian education and ministerial relief; Mrs. Salmon religious education; Mis. Ray Worthington, literature; Mrs. Spradley pastor's. aid; Mrs. Dobynsi social activities; Mrs. Osbornc. social service. Chairmen of the various circles nrc: Mrs ISabco:!; One- Mrs Hives Allen, circle Two; Mrs if B. Houciiins, Circle Three- Mrs Ross Stevens. Circle Four. Mrs.' Margaret Crowder. r'cliriin chairman of circle Four, and Mrs Stevens presided at (he tea table during the social hour when members of Circle' Four were hostesses. • • * Hare Si/jiper club Mi-, and Mrs. W. D. McClurkin were'guests of Mr. and Mrs. B A Lynch when tltej entertained mertibers of the Supfier club at nighl. Difmer was zemd at the Tuesday Night liieir home last ling ~ • -•"- j ..<.ni.ii ui, uitj 'jilliii; table which.had ior Ils centerpiece an attractively arranged bouquet of inscsi tulips, and spirca. Vases of dojwood were placed throughout the remainder of the house. Mrs. Harry w. Hatnes was hlsli among tlie women, and Mr., McClurkin, among tlie men, in the bridge games which followc-! dinner. * • * Will Have iinjO Varty Mrs. Waller Cox. jr., and Mrs John F. Lent! will be liostoiscs sit a binso party Thursday night al 8:00 o'clock at the Catholic Hall. This aifair Is cr.Misored by the Altar Society of tlic Clifirch of the Immaculate Conception, 'ihe proceeds wilt gq intu Hit fund. Clitifth Assembiy Held. "Victory in liJS Nainc" was the subject of tlie prbgtaiu prcseiilcd at me First Baptist cliurcli school w'Orliers' asrembly held at the chUroli last night when the Cradle R4II Mth Mrs. llarty Fritziu5. superintendent ol the department, nnd^ llr.r tcnrhef.'i nnd officer r.crv- ttiplrtf. FLAPPER PANNY By Sylvia "Don't be so impatient! 1 tnid lo luck the car, didn't I?" IliS yarlbiis departintiila of I he tcliooi sjiolie on Ilic following subjects: Mrs. Waller Bishop, "Winning Parents Through Their Children"; Air*. Jrtke llufrnihri, "Tlic Revival, My Responsibility 1 '; Mrs. Iliirry---BrdokS, "Winning Unsaved Juniors"; Frank IluiTinnn. "Bringing Adolescent Intermediates to Christ"; Mis. Aim-Ion Williams, "llclping Young People"; .Inliies R Toinpkihf. "Adult Depnftmchl's HespoiBtbilily In » Revival"; J. P. Friend, teacher of yoiinr; men. •Winning lo Chris!." In Ihc business meeting, the As- cembly voted to ask the church in :CSE|CII toniglil lo nppoint a committee to nominate ilic faculty for Ilic vacation Bible school. Also at ttiis lime, nn average altcnd- incc in Ihc school of -135 through thb month of March was reported. A means of removing the names of members who censed nt- Undance ,iii.,t|ie church sclicioj from -dip. fcfdiiis was dkcusscd by Kir. 'Ntlsort.' • • » Have Men's Night Members of the Missionary study group of Ilic First Christian' church will Imve ils aiimml men's nijlil at 7:OD o'clock Thursday when Ihev entertain with a dlniicv nl the Christian ilnll. The Adnh Clordon groii|) will have charge of the program to be presented at tliis mcetin!; to which all the women of the cliurcli mid their husbands nrc invited. Stefele-Cootef Society—Personal Mre, Arthur Tnylor and tei-, undn. ol CoUohvood, alt ilic t'lit'Et.s of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. L. Wng- sler. Wtss IJcvii Mct'nnn spent Hie weekeiid hi Mrtttlicws lis the Bliesl of, Air. nhd Airs. t>ois McCann. Her father brouuhl her-bhek to "Cooler Monday. airs. Pflt Iflvtiips spftit last weekend in Mnltlicivs ri» the guest of Ml-, and Mrs. Caniiack McUotiiild. Mrs. Mnlllb Aslier, who lias been scrlousiy 111 the past two weeks, Is slightly Improved nt this lime. Miss Gladys Wlngneld of Car- nthersvllie, spent last, weekend here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Elvis McCiuin and Airs, ijoiolliy Ilnriis speiil Tlnirs- ilny In Memphis. Dr. and ^^rs. L. 'E. Cooper aiv.l Mnry Anna McCnnn, spent Moii- dny In Memphis, Jirs. Emma June Brooks has returned from the St. 1 Bernard's lios- pitnl' ill '.St. Luuls. She Is at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Mc- Glure. Seventeen members of Ihe cltl- zciifihtp class of the Ccoicr high school hnve joined (lie Iiili-niiitlon- al Correspondence society and arc now writing to people in several different countries. The correspondents of the various places with the exception of France will nn- swer the letton?" in English, Anicm^ (he various countries with wlilch Ihc citizenship clas; arc ccrrespoiidins arc: Hawaii, Ireland, Japan, Holland,, Turkey, France, Italy, Denmark. Sweden, Sn-ltwrlaml, Gennany. .scot- land, Mcxlcu and the Philippine Islands. Joncsboro Woman Heads Methodist Church Group Mrs. Claude Edwards and ilnugh-! ., 1IEI ' EN '' V Ark - Mar. 30 (Ut>)- tcr of St. Loub were visitors litre Mrs - 1Illlk 'c Pcwclt ol Jonesbon was rcclcctcd president of the Wo men's Mlsslonnry soclcly of Ihc North Arkansas Methodist confei over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vaughn have moved into the Joe Russell | house in Cooler, the house vacal-" ed by them has ben occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Lucion Jones. Miss Dorothy Pilncr lias returned to her home In Bells: Tenn.. after a visit here with her brother. Mr. and Mrs. John Tucker jtntl daughter nubyc spent Sunday near Blytlievillc ivitli Mr. and Cecil Dyrd. Charles Crawford lins moved to Memphis. Ills wile mid little daughters will join him soon lo make their home In Memphis. PiHllis Ann Workman o[ SlkC- slon spent last week here ivilli Mr. and Mrs. John i,. James. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Lewis of Braggadocio spenl Sundnv liere as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lewis. MJss jElizabeth Marvel tins returned from a visit with relatives In Bloomneld. Mrs. Ida G. Oliver returned to her home In Broken Bowl. Okla. ever the wfek end after « visit here with h«r daughter, Mrs. Wysilt i Wallace. j Mrs. Frank Blackburn Is vlr-Ittna her (laughter, Mrs. John Wlwrloti and family of Jonesboio. M!sr. Mnry Alice Cook left over the week end for Joiner. Arl:. v.herc s.he has accepted a pij'.illoii. Wliilu there she will live with her father. Mrs. Gidtoti Crews cpcnl last >vtck in St. L-odir-. Mrs. Clyde JDUllock. who was 111- J"rcd in the tornado nt liaKCrn- villc last week, htiS hctii brought lo Btcele fioiii Ihe lilj-thcville hospital and Is resting wclj at the home ol her sister, Mrs. j. p. vick- ence today at the animal convention. Mr. E. T. Waylaud of Conw was rrclrcled vice president nt Mrs. U. E. Snclxcr of Newport w electc.1 secretary. ttw Bits of NeWs IVfostly Penonal Amoni! the beauty shop owners and employes who will attend the Mississippi Valley Beauty nnd F'a.'lifon show In St. Louis, April 3, I, nnd Sjli nrc; Mrs. Herman Matthews, Mrs. E. M. Holt, Mrs. Jo'hn necii, Mrs, Frank Wliltworth, Miss Pearl Graves, Miss Nell Harris, anil Mrs. Lillian VVclbourne, of Oscc- ila. Mr niul Mrs. Rlimrd Lierdoc, Mr.s. C. c. Wood and Mrs, Jark Thro spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr, and Mrs. F. 1,, Effiglcr ivorc In Memphis yesterday. Jfiiitos W. Snccd. of Saint Francisville, La., was the guest of iih tisler-ln-law, Mrs, Jake Huffman, and family last night, He was en route lo his home from n business trip In St. Louis. Miss Mary Emma Hood will leave tonight tor St. Louis where she will attend Ilic National Music Educators Convention, She plain to l. j e (jotic two days. Betty Jcaiinlnb Bcherer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Schcror, who has been 111 from measles for Icn days, Is now able to return to school. Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Ed Wit- Hams were In Wilson yesterday. Mrs. E. L. Hale, who was iii Memphis yesterday for the piny, "Viclorla ncBlnii", ivns joined by her daughter, Miss Laura, and a schoolmate, who attend Mississippi Slate College for Women at Columbus. Miss. They accompanied Mrs. Hnlc home and \vlll spend their sprliig vacation licie with Mr. mill Mrs. Hnlc, fir. It. E. Schlnhcr was culled to Nashville, Ark 1 ., yesterday allerhtioh tccniisc of the critical condition of his mother, who died lust night, nr. schlfinbr plans to return home the littler part of the week. Pn- ncinl services werc:hcld today. D. E. Paltoli, of .lohesbor'o, at- IciidMI to business here yesterday, lie is well known in American Le- glbh activities a& he Is n fornicr cojiiiiinndor of the Flflli Dlstrl-t, icrmt'r coinman-.ler of the johes- boro post, and former vice com- lilfttidel- df the tiiytlieyillc post. E. ij. .fanes and sramltluughlcr, Saiidrn Lee Long, indtbrctl Mrs. Jones to Memphis today where she took ii' li-itlii io MuiTiiy, ky., in order -Iby be With her brbllicr-lii- lijw who' Is very ill nt Ills hbiiie there. ' Among.the Blythevillc people who llie ollbcrl M^illcr pl-oillic- llou bf "Victoria hegiha 1 " in Memphis yesterday wtrt; Mrs. Clirtrlcs Wylie. Mis, John Meyers, Mrn. Hush flarliei-l, aiitl Mrs. Meyer Grabcr. Mr.';. Hni-ry Wcidhiali, who has beeh ill nl her hbine on liavis r.vcinio, Is nble to he up today. Mr. and Mrs, Fran!: C'il?s, of west M-i:i)i!,is, wli<- ]i:i v (- been I'lsiting fnUnd:; nnd trlnt.lws hi-re l:hvb ietuii;. t | iitdiie. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jbini Cockc will leave Sunday for Jacksonville, and Miami, Pla.. lo spend eight or ten To Preach Here WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30. 103 .. «jD /-jiti .(ho pi*i- firitfri' 1>J' n vocal a>lis followinri *hich •gvJiMil'iiUrtirtont Hari-y I-vit- zius read niid commented on Isn- tah 61:1. The Euperintnedents of Mrs. i Mrs. George Gilliand Succumbs At Cooler COOTErt. Mo, MHT. 30.—Mrs. Mclin Gllllund. -|7. «-lfc of George Glllland, died at her liomr In coot- n- yo.slerd.-ij- afternoon utter a seven months illnes of cnncer. -She was born tn Derby. Perry County. Ind. She was a member of the Royal Neighbors Ledge and for .vturs has been n member of the Methodist church. Funeral services air Incomplete bill will Ire held some lime Thursday at the Methodist cliurrh. aitvlvors are her husband, one son. Robert, of Cooler, four daughters. Mr,-. Hugh Mlclile jr., Mrs. torn Pciiy. antl Miss rcail Ollliand of Cooler and Mrs. Ncllte Tucker. Doberb. tnd.. Iirr father. J. FJ, ftnll. Cooler, four brothers. Dan and Floyd Hall of Cooler. Martin Hall ol Indiana and llansford Hall, flobcilj;. in., nnd three sisters Mrs. DiK.klc llaulin ;uirl Mrs. Ouss of coalfr and Mis Mni ; - Utxld. Kobetta, HI. A. D. Abenlalhy spent tit!! lah>r part of the *eek In St. Louis. 'ioo i.A'nrTo~riAssirv~~ roll Yj'feNi Khii-t ntill n f.iilrjiec rnniWniyf. conib'mi'd. Modern convbhlehces. Near factory. L. Fowler, Ulythc-, ville Motor Co. Call 888. 30'-ck-wi Meats and Groceries At A Savings Shop and Save Here We i>ay Highest 1'ricCs on f'onltry »( nil Times. CAINES MKT. 118 \V. Main St. 1'iionc UJ Tlic Rev. Otis Andrews, oi Memphis, general evangelist of tlii: Southern Methodist churches, will be (lie siwnker nl tlic cviingellstiu •meeting beginning Sunday al ttic first MelliUdist Cliurcli. Tile, mect- -lh<; will conllnne Hirongli April 17 with dally services at 0:30 a.m. and 7:M |>.m. 'I'hc Rev. Mr. Andrews, who 1m just (oiuplclcd work n two meetings In Phoenix, Arl/.., will tie assisted liy It. Ward MiHiiii. a ;,lnacr troin LliK'olnton, Nf. c.. n-lw is n coln- poscr ns well as a silver. Mr, Milnin Ims frdrfced in Arkansas before, rmvliig assisted tlic ncv. I;. Ii. N. Hundley In n inccDng In rim- Blulf a few years ajo. Will Pay Tribute To Baruch Benedict Spinoza A service commemorating the 3Cl:it anniversary of the death ol Hai'uch Benedict 8p\nma will )jc held in -j-ctnplc Israel this Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. For the occasion, rtablji Herman Pollack will speak oh: "Hurndi Spinoza- Reclaimed Outcast." Spinoza's contribution to historical criticism of religion, to nicdern txxmttlic. thought, and the principles of freedom of speech and re- llfiious tolerance will be discussrd His excommuniciitioti during in s life nntl Ills wide public acclaim aflor liiii death will be explnined. Marriage Licenses fjcveu couple:; liavc applied at the Blythevillc orticb of ttib county court clerk for licenses lo wed illir- j; the past week. Names of the couple.-; HII/J (lie olllclal or minister perfohnm.. the in<1ri;i:igp, if listed, foilosv: I.™]) Nance' nncl Miss Virginia Park:;, both of I'orlagcvillc, by Mni;istriilo T, 1,. Cassidy; llbhot Hnlett Morgan stud Miss i,ella izoh Stiills, both of Manila; Led Cooj)- er and Miss Rebecca Taylor, both of iSlvlliC'Xillc; llci-dicl ''.Mttliarn and Miss Clara Bund, both of Cooler, by MH',;i:;lralc Cassidy; Roser L. Jones, jr., ol Men- ,\lndii:i, and Miss Behiicc Scobcy. of Mar- slon. by the l!ov. S. II. oiiliiun; Byron Stanley, <jf New Madrid and Miss Kosonia Clardner. of Ulbourn, by the Rev. Mi-. Salmon; 'talmadge Clayton und Mira licrnicc Owens belli of Blyllicrllle. by T. ii. sliep- hcrd. CHAS. S. LEMONS //oijit' Furititihings Moderately Priced This StOtfK is i.oailcil with the larRcsl stock in ils history. This menus liargaihs for yon. Use .voiif AVAlKAHI ( K CASH ;m ( ! «rct the bciieiil nf Uibfic sjicciii) viiluts. Or, if .von want TKHMS your narticiiliir needs «m he taken care of, ;|| S() . BED ROOM SUITES 5*1795 nl a siiviitj; of 25'V to 3,')',.'—1'o.sU'r lifil Suites, ,'( pieces, • LIVING ROOM SUITES $0 A75 New, well huill, ovi'rsliiffed 2 piece **• suites, |27 ! '39 KROEHLER 2?ieM SUITES .days. While there, they plan to fly .over to Cuba. Thcj' will pick up their children. Freddy and Emo- iyn, who Imve been visiting; their grandparents. Mr. and Airs. K P. | Codec, In Jacksonville. I ; Joe tones spent lodav In Mem- I phis where he consulle'd" his pliysi-I clan. Mr. ISMCS, Who hits licrn III I for some lime, Is now very much Improved. . Fred llniinii, Jr., who lids been , ill at liis hdinc from the inoasles. i <s now much better. i Mr. mill Mrs. C. A. Cunningham j returned yesterday afternoon from Little Hock, Hot Springs ami points bf Western Arkansas where Mr. Cimninelinni attended lo business.! •They joined Mr. and Mrs. A. Con- i way in Hot Springs where Ihey at-j .Irwlpil Ilic rnccs. j CAItt) OF TiiANkS | : \Vc wish to express our sincere ! thaiiks And appreciation to all tun j .Ijiiany. friends who were so kind j i and thoughtful dnriiij,' our rcccm bcieaycimnil In Ihc de.ilh ol our ' ilcnr Ihislmnil null father. Also we | thaiik tliosc who gave Ihc use of their cars and lliose sending (lowers. Such thauelitfulncss. will never he fdrgblteit. ' ' Mrs. Frcri Klrklndiill nnd family. Everything for your cuter t.iinnieiit and comfort. Adiiiisslnii Mallnoe J(Jc * 2 Admission Niijht ICc ft :!Cc Waled Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests Weds. <• Thurs. • KI) B. COOK Atloriicy-al-1/.iw Announces licmnval <jf llin OlHfc Frmii Jfalc Mdg. to lilgram Bldg., 106 S. First si. Our New DINING ROOM IS NOW OPEN AVAILABLE FOR SPECIAL PARTIES OR REGULAR SERVICE ^Yc liavc .jiitit completed ;i jifcw tlininjr j-oiini which RJVCS us sulrltllmml f;icilitk\s lor licrving you. This nmrtt c:tn lie ttsivl |ni- vately for special pnrdes or is avallalilc for regulat service, givinj; us juralcr Uihlc cn(Kti'i(y foi- ytnii tnliveiiieiicc. Kcmcnibcr Out' Specialties i'HClAL <2UII,l,!OI) HTHAKS. COOKKI) WITH w HOMI; MADK i'i l-'Oim'NK-H Al,l, CJIKAM U^ CHHAM RUSTIC INN Division ;\f Walnut Variety of Cover aiill Stvlcs iiin Alatinec Iflc Admissinu Night ICc ROXY Ailniissidn always 10c ft 2Gr. Malliiec;, Saturday & Sunllay OnlJ Weds. - Thurs. PAL NIGHTS! 'I'irn ,\dim<(ccf fdr the nice of tea' or '^..-L -„.. . .. . , , ( ,• , ' • ' •• l3ni 'er JVcaumc/ tr ^V^r^'^'"""^-^ Also scltdrtl sliorls. Armsirong's Linov/ali fur ciiiiie maUes cipniuiig IPSS cx- iii'iisivc, is durable ilntl aidts (o ((IP uKnfcfivcness of .your honip, ilii.-i 9lbrc inrirc of AUM* llnor Coverings llian ;nij- sioic in Arltniisnfi Tor Ihe past I wo yrars, I'KtCl-lS ;uul Qualify of ivork sire (tie itn- sucr. S EE THEM NOW. You'll be thrilled at th e ricil ftHT ilftfiS} beauly ° r (he smart - new WU I "UVVll spring patterns. You'll be thrilled ;it the ease with which <iust, cliri, and stains wipe right off their smooth, glossy surface. And you'll be thrilled at prices tliat make ff"r~cr~ T> — these famous rugs real 3 w.JJD up "bargains in beauty." (|'f>?) S2.!)!l and .... I.Io.vd Sjirimv S'T'JS Melnl Clfitirs .. I Oilier Hems jnodcr- ilk'iy priced. PLAIN TEXTURED FIGURED CARPETS BE RUG SERVICE YOU selcrl (lie iwl- Ifi'M ik-.sirrxl, K-ll us Ifti- si/.f and we will (Id Ilic rest, Every Day A Sales Day

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