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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 24, 1934
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fAGlTWO •t/rafnu* UME.> COUBIEI NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH 193 J Social Calendar I . MONDAY'S EVENTS Miss Mary Ellen Slovene entertaining with bridge party for Miss nulh Whitworlh, bride elect, at E p. m. W. M. S. Firsl Methodist church meeting al church at 2:30 p. m. Circle 1, W. M, U. First B&litrst church meeltng with Mr.s. E. P Hardlnc 2, with Mrs. Robert Grimes; 3. at churciv. Miss Leone Cn'iUcotl prtsenilrts pupils In-recital M Firsl Methodist churcli, 8 p. in. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Young Matrons Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Lloyd SUck- 11)011 Mrs. Harry Ktrtry entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Social Service Club' His Meeting;. The Social Service club of Mississippi county met Thursday uish- in th crellef oflicc at OsceolA. Thirty-five members ware present from the offiues of Osccola, Manila, and Blylhevillc. Mrs. Harmon Scford, in leaching Hie lesson, presented a second non-employment record to ihe class for consideration. The term "social diagnosis" was; defined and Mis. Seford discussed at length the four distinct slops thot lead to a diagnosis, and finally, Ihc ultimate treatment of a. case. During Iho social hour that, follow:d sandwiches,, cookirsvmd coffee were served by Mrs. Hand Mclvin and Richard Flelchcr. At this time each member wroto a line or two to little Miss Mayo Shaffer, who was absent because oi illness. The clnb will have its next incct- 1115 at Blythcville. on March 23th. Al this time dinner will be served an dine program committee will hmc provided some form of en- tertnthmcnl, after the lesson period. *• * + Has Easter Parly. The Youmj Matrons Bridge club members and tl-.elr husbands were cntcrlaiue'd by Mr. and Mrs. Blley D. Jones last evening for an Kas- icr buppjr .party. Jonquils and violets decorated the living room and the tallies and pluce cards were of. Easier design. Miniature chicks were luvors. In .Hie Cjird games which followed supper. Mrs. Joe Trlescli- mau won a fool slool for ladles' liigh and' Max B. Reid's gill for men's high was a double deck of cards. Entertains Club, Guests. Mrs. Roland Green had us her guests when she had' the weekly parly of Ihe Thursday Bridge clu'j this wesk. Mines. C. G. Smith, Ernest Hasson, Hiram Wylle, Pal O'Bryanl, James B. Clark, U. G-. Redniiiu and: W. Leon (Smith anri Mrs. Fletcher ilinnis of Bliilt- gart, Ar's.. housegiiesl of Mr. and Mrs. Sniith. The.ljvjng. sun iiiid.dininij rooms were d'ecbraled witli jonquils onrt ihe tally cards were in the springtime molif. A chicken salad was jervcd . with polato ; chips, peiicn pickles, fudge cake and coffee, -Mrs. Joel Chandler won a whilj purse for club prize. Mrs, O'Bryant received cleaning tissue for iiigh among the gucsls and Mrs. Miimis was presented handkerchiefs. Brushing Helps Curl Eyelashes £ASTER By HELEN WEUSHIMER I NEVER see wfilo cWlei A3HEMBLV OF UOD CHURCH N. H. Rhodrt, Pa^«r Services will \K held al (4ie cuiut limiso auditorium Sunday *f- icinucn, 'i o'clock, and SuiKitiy evening, 7:30 o'clock, ot Eaiter morning, Or lies, slim and sU'd, But I r-m«rr.ber Miry Who ww ,1 u!l lad die Upon an Easlfm hillside One Jay 45 Soting come fcy. THE Mi jcwtl l ' Hdd lia'f iHu ciQwded Long, long bcfae the twilltjht the churoli Imvingr tecu destroyed by fire. I'IKST METHODIST CHURCH H'. V. Womucli, PMlor HlMidiiy sclicol, 9:45 a.m. Thn Rev. Sam B. Wlgyins, prc- !,!dliiB elder of Iho Jowsboro dis- irlcl, will preach at llic 11 o'clock hour. Church, 7:30 p.m. Subj««t',- "Rc- licntiince." Leagues, 9:45 p.m. The baptismal services for In* lanl-s lias been po«tponnl lo Easter Sunday. '.culfxi (iowti. Dkl Mary leave iccalhng How He who hung so high. One a^Ved toi love and tto'.ei As ApTi! dusk swept by? LAKE ST. METHODIST CHtKCll W. J. LtRoy, faster Sunday school, fl:45 'Cluireh, 10:SO a.m. Scmiou subject: "What Place Shall I Give Jesus 111 My Life?" Leagues, 6:31) p.m. and 7 pirn. Church, 7:30 p.m. Subject: "Reducing Religiously." PI U; RIM LUTHERAN CHUKCM II. }. Kkinitenst, Patter Sunday school, 9 a. in. | Morning WoKhipi 10 a. m. Scr- I :non theme: "Rejoice, Thy King Cometh!" KLCN broadcast Wednesday, 1 p. m. Topic: "Shall 1 Glorify Him." Tills will conclude tlio Lcn- len addresses dealing with the question: "What Thou Sha.ll I Do With Jesus, Which Is Called Christ?" Special communion service Thursday. 8 p; m. Sermon theme 'Keeping the' Sacrament Sacred Special Good Friday broadcast over KXCN, 1 p. m. You lire invited' to' our services. We preach: "A. Chuiigcless Christ For a Changing Wori'd." ..'c'jRorqAw.B claoia dirdlu cml NEVER hear glftdanlhcrm\ TJ'at teK \vtr.v He aro^e, movcNj tlio g.-cat 5tor NEXT WEEK al Blyihevilles Theatres THE CITI Pox Film's latest release, "David Himim." starring Will Rogers, will make Its appearance on the screen of the RIU Theatre Sunday and Monday. Its typical American llicmc deals with a shrewd horse trader. Because of the coldness with which lie baiters, and his uncanny method of outwitting people In business dealings, his reputation is none too good In the small town In which lie lives. Th? large cast in support Those two dramatic screen slars, Sylvia Sidney and fredrlc March. who gave such good accounts ot themselves in "Merrily We Go to j Hell," arc together again. This time it's another Paramount picture entitled "Good Dame." It comes on Thursday and Friday to the Rttz Tlieatrc. Waiting for her Chicago train, Sylvia Sidney wanders over lo an open-air "girl" show, standing on the edge of a crowd watching tl(C Will Rogers displays an array ol Impressive names that include Dresser, Evelyn Venablo, Kent Taylor, Sfepln Fetchlt, Noah Beers', Roger Imhof, Frank Melton, Charles Middletou .Sarah Padden and Lillian Stuart. °|: shrewd antics of Fredrlc March, '^©y 'IE-ID V DAN THOMAS — GEORGE SCARBO Cutly cycUfchcs ;irc more llutltrlnjf frames tor (lie eyes tlur str»ilhl cues. Hfro !s an amusing gadget wbldi ourls Ihc lillk hairs upward. BY ALICIA 1IAK1 a ? eyelash u'ax 1 aucl see liuw mucli If you're positively grctn with envy when you see your lavorllc Eerecn star rolling her large eyes skyward In alluring, Haltering manner, ctj|sole. yourself. In all probability llic actress has used make-up tricks which, you, loo. enn practice to your awn advantage. Rubbing warm olive oil into Die roots of Hie liltlc hairs stimulates their yrow-llh Using n small brush to reindve powder dust afl'er you have made up your face- Is also 'Important-. Brush the brows well as ihu lashes. It eyelashes 1 arc colorless; mure \vkle-eycd sou'll look, Of course, you have lo use cither ciultc .sparingly In tilo d»ytiine bub, for evening, you can be more, luv- Ish with U. How 16 make llic lushes curly'/ Well, brushing them upward will help mid' using some sort' of a curling gadget often dots the irlck'. Whether or' not they slay- that way depends on how conscientiously ami frequently you' use thy gadgets. Anyway, they're us simiLsiiio little metal contraptions i and U'a fun lo ivy them. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Euphfe D. Bcaxtey, Paster Sunday school, 9:45 E; L. Evnns. supt. Morning worship. 11 a.m. Silbjcct: "Destroying (he Foundations H. T. P. S., 8:45 p.nv sendee, 7130 Subject-. "Tile Last Judgment. try-Brooming them with mascara [ NEXT: Him to sil correctly. un's Club Meets. brief program followed the Bits of Mostly Personal Christian Church Plans Observance of Passion Week business session of the Woman's club Friday at'letnoon al ihc club house. Mrs. T. G. Seal spoke on "Social Problems ol Today" and "The Recovery Act" nas Hie subjccl ol n talk given by Mrs. James Hill jr. Mrs. S. S. Sternber?. president, presided in the business session. Mrs. James B. Clark has teen appointed chairman of the art department. Marriuge Licenses Issued Among the marriage litoiiies recently issued from ihe ulyllie- ville office of tiic county court clerk were lo: Miss .Edith Williams and D. W. Button, both of Luxora- Miss Alma- Harry and John Baker, both of here; Miss Lorlne Mc- Mhstcr^and Sloy Lones. of Manila; Miss Victoria Singleton, of Manila', and A. B. Ray, of Liltle Rock. Cliurch Hartiig A Bible Co-one The • Calvary .Bsplist Cliur=h liar been in a study cimrte this week with the. Rev.-Howard King, the County Missionary, leading Twenty four -were- enrolled In the. school. Carnthersville Society — Personal __ j Among those from here who attended the funeral of Mrs. J. W. Sheridan in Oaccola- yesterday att- eiilc&n were Mr. and Mrs. Roland rreen. Zal B. Harrison and Miss Carey Woodtnivn. i Mis. Allan Wiilton is ill at her home on West Main .street. G. G. Smith, and Chester Ciilil- well left today, by motor, for Washington. D. C., whcie ilicy will attend to business for ten days. Enroute ho:ne Mr. Cnldtvcll will visil his brother. Ilerschcl Cn!d|well. and Mr.s. CVIdwcll, nl Durham, N. C. Mrs. Walter G. Card, of Wilson. s the guest of her daughter. Mi.s. Hiloy B .Jones, and Mr. Join's. ftir a lew days. Mrs. c. C. L;<i;[;slon returned lust nighl Irom a viMl in Jackson and DeKutb. Miss., where she s-stnt, Lwo weeks. She was accompanied home by her daughter. Miss Actcir, an<l Miss Sara Nuiin, students Univcrslly of Mississippi, Oxford, who will rpend the spring holidays mere. Mr. Liingiton went to Memphis fur them. The Lenten .series or services al the Kirsl Christum church will culminutc with the observance of i I'asMon week March '25 to Easter Sunday. 11 has been announced by the Rev. E. K. Lalimer. During nexl week, there, will l» musical numbers with brlel' medilations anri a scrinonelte for llic week are: Sunday, 11- a. m.— "Jcsns Culls To Follow"; Monday evening—"W)io Is Jesus?": Tuc.s- lay evening—-"By What Authority Joes We Call?"; Wednesday — ^Knowing. Truth": Thursday — The Greatest Commandment* 1 ; Friday—"Whal I'hirc Sball We dive Jesus" when the holy communion service will be observed; Eastre Sunday—"Face To Face." The Rev. Mr. Lntimer .staled thut [lie i-crviccs arc In no sciibo of evangelistic nature but lire lo afford members of his congregation anil other prolcsUmts llic opportunity of worshipping every day during Ifoly week which memorial- ises llic passion of Jesus. FIKSTFRESBYTKRSAN CHUKCH S, H. Salmon, Pastor Sunday Church School', 9:4S a.m. 5. E. Vail, superintendent, Palm Sunday will be observed in this Churcll hi the Morning Worship- service; when the? sermon: "Perfected Praise, 1 " rehearses events ol- Ihc original Palm Sunday, centering- Its thought, around the praises of lUllc children which Ihe Master called perfect. Ross" Stevens will sing "The Palms" by Faurc, 11 universal favorite' with music lovers. Several children have been received Into full mem- :b«rs)iip of the Church- recently and public announcement und ognilion of Ihese will be given In this service. The topic of Ihe sermon in tiiei Evening- Worship service at 7:30; will be "That Which We Know."; Intended to begin ow preparation tor the special services in our Church April liUli tu 22nd inclusive, alien llic Rev. W. Mooro 'Scolt, D. D.-, wllh Mrs. Bcolt and- 'Miss Lyda Bess Atkins assisting him, will conduct a meeting here. HAS AWEfUJgD >M MORE WLKIE S TWM AN Y CJUSR' ACTOR. The romiuusc and human ele- menUi that lie behind the operation of the gigantic telephone sys- ton of the country arc featured in tho new Warner Bros, picture, "I've Got Your Number." which Is scheduled to be shown at, the Theatre Tuesday and Wednesday. smart-cracking telephone operator. Joan engages In A duel wits with Pat O'Brien, her leading man, and trouble-shooter for ihe company, who is as quick on the verbal trigger as Joan herself. The picture is lo a' large degree of humorous cliaracter, as might easily be guessed by the cast, which- includes some of Hollywood's most' noted comedians Qlcnda Farrcll, Allen Jenkins, Eugene Pallelte and Hobart chva- naujjh in addition to Miss Blon- grafter, gambler and general "bad" boy, her purse is stolen. When she squawks to the bass, she is offered a job in the "dame tent." 3he accept*. In the meantime, she and Starch have met most informally; Though he has never met a "good dame" and 1 doesn't "believe" in love, March is drawn to his girl by an attraction he can't explain. dell and O'Brien, to have injected Th«y are said much of riol- The color of San Francisco's 'amous old Barbary Cousl, Hie hrills of ballllng men maddened by love and the tender appeal of a love starved girl of the slums, enlivened by stirring scenes aboard ship make gripping ctucr- tainment ot Paramounl's "Wharl Angeli" which will be shown Saturday at the Rita Theatre. Victor McLnglen- and Preston Faster, as two contrasting, fearless men of action, give' excellent performances, as does Alison Skipworth' as Uie proprietress of Ihe Barbary Coast dive. Perhaps the biggest surprise of the picture Is the outstanding performance of Dorothy Dell, former Zicgfcld Follies singing star and "Miss Unions- laughter Into [ho unique and j verse" of 1930, making her screen comical situations. | debut in the title role. THE o'clock. LEflOY teut&s ;aouT soo | l-iTTERS A MOUTH. J A STA316 OP POLO PDWES, 8uT ws PiLri cwTSACT PPK&KS Vltf FSOM BiOiN* THEM. Capitalizing on the" genteel head- lilies of today's society pages, and playing a.' searching, light on the debutante racket, Fox- Film's latest release. "Coming Out Party," will offer tUe lowdbwn on high life when it makes its appearance on the screen of the Rosy Theatre' on Sunday and' Monday. The film is said lo reveal numerous secrets of the social' circles,, such us how ambitious mothers fight' [or the best "coming out party" nights, why a social se tary gets- a 10 per cent rakeofr'on' all debutante orders, and- a host of other enlightening details that the society' page never tells. This is the -setting- for the story a debutante who is deeply in love with- a struggling young violinist. Through it misunderstanding, the lovers quarrel, and an intimate' reconciliation follows. On the night ot her party, the young girl learns that her sweetheart is leaving for Eurbpe to fvil'fill a concert engagement. She tearftillj agrees lo marry him upon his re turn, though she knows it will' be too late. The butler, who is ex- remcly fond of the girl, learns ol ;or predicament, and hastens tu gel her sweetheart off the boat before it sails. They both return ii time to' forestall the girl's orced announcement of marriage 0 a wealthy man-about-tbwn. Frances Dee and..Gene Raymond lave Ihc romantic leads, and head 1 cast that includes such stellar names as Alison- Skipworth,- Nigel Bruce, Harry Green, Gilbert Emery, Mar}brie Gateson, Clifford Jones, Jessie Ralph and Germaine de Neel. 'Woman Pays' HUST BAVTIST CHURCH i Ktntduy School, 9:4r> a.m. Alvui Holley. .superintendent. Morning Service, 1-1 a.m. Dr. E. •Bciidcn of Memphis will prmoli. - B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p.m. Mi.-s Luna Wilheltn, director. Subject, 'The Christian Conquest oi E.I- ropc." Evening' Service, 7'45 p.m. Dr. Beiidcn, sixjaker. Teachers' meeting, Wcdtic-^lay 7:IS-p.m. Prayer service; Wednesday. 7:-io p.m. Turkey Opens Drive on Professional Breahters Mrs. W._ p.. .lioberlson has been counned to her : home for llic past few days on account of illness. Lee W. Rood left Wednesday morning for Tampa. Fla.. after having spent. iwn weeks here visiting friends and attending to business matters. Dr. \Vlse Carver of Will Demonstrate New Product For State Cli.itl-js Carl. Bvyimt Ktcuurl. and King Matthews are in Litlle Rock tc<lay. having been called by the state purchasing agent fol- ia demonstration of the new formula invented by Carl for the cx- Icrminalion o[ tcmiilcs. ft is understood thnt Iwlore bids were let for some -CWA- projects destroy lermltcs and repair ldings damaged by (he Insocl. thai the slate's' piii chasing agent asfecd for a demonstration of the new product and lor a. bid. Mo., spent one day this wesk here as the gitcsl of Major and Airs. \V. B. Hitchcock.- . Mr. and Mrs. H. Plgmon returned lionic Wednesday from St. Louis .where Uiey had. spent, the eatlhr part of the..week lo business clatlcrs. • ISTANBUL. lUPl— "Urcalhliig" ; a criminal ollcnse in Turkey. Numerous arrests are made ot professional' "breathers" who pro- icss to be able -to- cure illnesses, by 'blowing on the sufferer while passing at tho fame time a Mrlng of - beads over the patient s head or body. The 1 profession was originally part of the ordinary ritual of spell-binding used by specially vencraled Moslem clerics. SKCOiS'l) BAPTIST CHUlUlt Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Thomas Ocgun, supl. Sermon, IT a.m. Subject. "Hie School, of Experience." B. Y. P. U.'s, 6:45 p.m. Mrs. J. L. Newsotn. director. Sermon. 7:45 p.m. Subject'." Boy of Yours.;' Prayer meeting, Wednesday. p.m. Study course on Ihc 13'li clmpUrf ol Flrtl Corlillhlans. Beginning with Easter Sinul.iy we are' having «• Red and Whsic j contest In Sunday School win in will' last tor three monllis. M-..S Nao:n«- Rhodes will lead (he Idtis and- Miss Clara Bsll Ken'on -., u loa'd the Whllc.s. The school v. ,11 te divided inlo groups tonwiu,.,-. "The Proper Thing" "Three On a Honeymoon," a new picture released this week, will be shown at the Roxy Theatre Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. SaJly Hlers. Zasu Pitts. Charles Starrctt- and John. Mack, Brown arc starred in this thrilling comedy of what happens when three go oil a honeymoon. Friday and Saturday. Wally .Wales and Jack Perry will slur in •Trails of Danger." a western thriller, which- will thrill those who go to the- Roxy Theatre. Regulations Planned- I 1 ' 1 "" ' og - s tol , aiin - b ' m [eel -- ws „ ., .. .brought lo the railroad line here Loyote Hunts on a three-ton truck. The 30 ton load which was hauled eight miles through the woods- contained, one log lhat scaled 610 feel and tv:o of 550 feel each. "Should a young man buy an angagemenl ling teforc proposing to t\ girl, so that he could present it at once?" It is in doubtful uiste for a mun o prepare for acceptance before- Hand. A rin;; is uMmlly provided before the announcemcnl of the engagement but often times the bride-elect tluiftily prefers no engagement ring. "Is it customary lor a young man tn ask the parents of the young lady for their consent to •His marriage, to their daughter? 1 Formerly a .voiitiK man who wished to propose marriage to :i young v.'oman asked the permission of her parents first. Now however, he usually obtains the i favorable answer of the young woman before speaking to her par cuts. They should be asked, al though many leave it to thcyoimg woman lo "break the ne\ss." HN-COLN. Neb. (UP)— Frank O'Connell is preparing a, measure o provide statutory regulation of 'olC and coyote hunts in. Nebraska as a means of safeguarding 1 other game. The ganic commissioner admils. lowcver, tl;at regulation, is im- leralive also to safeguard the hun- ,crs tllcmselvcs. The hunls. in which several hnu- ircd i>ersoas lake part, cover miles of territory. The hunters form a ;reai square and lical the nndcr- biush, forcing all game to the center of the area In practice; however, the system doesn't work so well. Hnn- Ircds of- hunters armed with rifles n rcugh terrain has resulted in too many instances, O'Connell said, in few fatalities among coyotes and wolves but plenlilul mishaps unumg the hunters. He added that Ihe hunters xl- mosl never confine their cflorls to coyotes aiul wolves. For lack ol belter quarry, they bang away at pi.easaiits. rabbits, ducks— or -airy oilier animal Hie Uiat may cross their paths. Fined for Larceny Roy Allen was fined Ml! by Municipal Judge c. A, Cunningham yesterday on ;i charge ol petit larceny. Allen was conylclcd of the theft of a quantity of com from Taylor Freeman, Dell farmer. KaMcrn Oil Mrr.. lo Mfrl STATE COLLEGE. I'll. (Ul'i Cautioning of pressures and turning of wild wells will be the chiel topics of discussion when caslcr.n oil men meet here April 6 and, 7 al the annual session of Ihc Easl- cyn DitUicl. American Petroleum !l took are gallons to make u tun of ale «)icn Uial liquid measure was In general use. Mount Katraal, In Alaskl, is the Read Courier News Want Ads. j world's largest volcanlt crater. ScJls Rtmfinbeml Vnrtrl : SANTA CHO'i, Cal. itiP) -. ,\ scliool- ol six seals responds lo iiic yodels ol Louis Bcverino. \]t\i-.-- Ino began calling the .seals scmjii ,yoars.ago. and each vcar tliey :<- Mrs. Hyrllo DlackUdge knows that "tlio wouinn pays. 11 Othur- wlse., tho ex-Clitcago tnlcrnol revenue collector wouldn't bo in jail, as seen here. Unable to cay J1&00 balm on conviction of stealing Policeman Norman Nottingham's love, she'll stay in Jai! all raomba it JITS. Notiine- fiatn can continue to ralso revenge money to p:ijr Irer board. Can't "Set 'Em Up" ELIUJORN. Wis, tUPt—Baiteiui- |crs In Elkhorn taverns are forbid- 'den by. a city liquor ordinanc-! lo "sel 'cm up 1 ' for customers . A clause in the ordinance reads: HOUSTON. Tex. <UP>—A French Verga timepicic of (he 14!ii cc:i- tnr\- and a musical watch for which v.c p.iid SRUO are iuchicJotl ill 1 a private coliecticn uueinbled here by C. Scibetta. Scibetta. \0.o took \:\> watch-collecting as a hobby, bought the French Verga in Italy years ago. '' There arc 6,585,000 miles highways in the world. GRADE A Raw Milk Phone 74 Craig's Dairy Assembly of Gftd Plans Services at Courtbouse Tlie Assembly of God church will have services in Ihc court house auditorium Sunday afternoon. 'i o'clock, and Sunday evening, 7:M o'clock, it was announc- Hecord 1,0£ I^ MERRILL. Wls. (UP)—A record i Ibad of logs in one bundle — 24' ed today by Rli(x!es. This church s'.roycd by fire. llic Kev. N. II. wns recently The wrstciu nuwdnvvkirk is ihe state bird of seven states: Xoura.s- ka, Montana. Wyoming, Kansas, "There shall be r.o tteMli-.g by the North Dakota, Soiitli Dakota, and llceiissc." ' Oregon. SIJfG Farmer's For Anything in tk Feed and f Seeds , ^ 127 5Vi% Money For Crop loans We have more money for crup pr«4oct4«l loans lliaii ever before, and are prtpirrt to lirnece the 19S4 . nfcrfs of farmers. • If in STOCK OWNEHSHH' NOT KEQUIKEU! your security is OK, you don't have lo buy the corporation io obtain a. loirn. Vte are tie o you jokl AJ> in H'.c ya>l. Live Stock Finance Corp. In Chamber of Cbmriwrcc dlTSce slock

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