The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 27, 1939 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, JULY M, 1939' BLYTHEVILLE, (ARKY COURIEU NEW8 PAGE THRKB Carutliersville Society — Personal Rev^DixonTotalk Celebrates Birthday Carol Sutherland was'hostess to nineteen little friends Tuesday afternoon at the family home on West Sixth street when she celebrated her sixth birthday. 'Ilio youngsters played outdoor > games during the afternoon. Following the games refreshments of birthday cake, ice cream and candles were served and balloons were given ns favors. Carol received a. number-d nice-gifts from her friends. Those attending were .Betty Neal : Helm, Nadine Downing, Jack. Downing, Mary Alice Scott, Patsy Stewart, Eonnle Lockard, Don. Lf.ckard, Parker and Marilyn Mehrlc,-Hnr- C rd. riett and Jullanna . Hawkins, Joe HUM), Aim Dillman, Bobby Do- h:gne, Mary -Jane White, Monty Sliomaker, Bobby'Ocodln,: Patsy Hamby and Fontaine Day. Miss Robinson hostess (o Club and Guests .' ... Miss Mary \Mehrle and Mrs George O:okr were guests Tuesday evening when'Miss Dr.llyc'Robin son was hostess .to the two tabl Lucky 'Nine .Bridge Club. Summc flowers were'used in the llvini room. Miss Cynthia Robinson lielc high score and received a inake-u cape and Mrs. L):yd Rogers cut fo consolation and was given a blu pottery vase. During the games th liistess served'an iced drink anc at the conclusion of. play si served cantaloupe a la mode. :• * * * Haittld Sternberg of Blythevll! •Ark., attended to business matte in this city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shaw of Mem phis are announcing.the arrival a baby daughter. She has be given the name of Billie Carolyn. Mrs; Shaw is the former Katluyn Fields, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C D Fields. Mrs. Fields is in Memphis at tills time with her daughter, On Church Of Christ H. A. Dlxon, evangelist of Springfield, Mo., ocnlihtics in 1 the/series of gospel sorlnons . at the Church of Christ, West Main street nntl Highway 61, each evening at eight! o'cKck. Mr. Dlxon's subject for tonight Is "Peculiarities of the Church of Christ." "An ' Old Question Settled" was the subject of last night's sermon. The question was that of baptism, what it is,- and what It Is for. The evangcVst stated' that though the quest!:n is widely discussed and one upav-which religious peoples •c divided yet the question is, id has been settled snce the Holy ilrit delivered its teaching on It as is given In the New Testament id if people would, settle it for Emily .Toinpklris.' She will bo here two weeks. '..-.... Blythevillc stood ready teday lo extend welcome .arms lo the thousand or'more members o[ the American' Legion u»d Legion Auxiliary who ''will, arrive In the liest 40 hours to attend the Arkansas department convention of tho two organizations. "Wolfgang's "Oeniinny I Frcm ll\n Earliest 1'erlod" ; Uiidcv BUY •»? K<0(>r 'l«nv LIKE it H will « Utltr, OR Ittlim unuwd pctllwi In wliEiul wnUlMT tod . Read Courier hews want »d« m «lll itfltft It FKHE with my »tlur tcu4 w Mil of'ilu urn* lien, r<t«dlw of p<!<«. ; ho statistics/or the public library inve shewn,' ., . . , The snle of dvueslove lllcralurc s suffering, wllh noii-ficllon read At The Hospitali iilythcvillc Hospital Jiick Cniivpoy. city, dismissed. . - \Valls Ilospilal Mrs. Tr:y Panlsli, city, admitted, Joan Canard, city, ndmillcd. Eleanor Story, city, admitted. J. E. vyhltw:rih, city, admitted Memphis liapllsl Hospital Mrs., W. A. Smith, Uixorn, admitted. ing matter up to a new high of 44 per cent. During one month 9,053 nbn : ficlion becks were read or ostensibly read, and fiction, once Ihc" only thing' nn Orlennlan would curl uji with' in the way of books, was cnly slightly ahead with 11,511, • One'card-holder even declared he was going on his vacation when he went out the door with four vol- I Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES'KM SKK"' Over Joe Isaacs' Store I'hone 640 Ladies' White Slippers 'ownsenclites Plan V • To Hear Leader Powler Lendomile's band pro- ided the .music at the meeting, of he Tcivnsend club No. One ot the court house last night when a. large number attended: : - . •It was announced that at the iieeting Wednesday, August 2, reports will be heard from those who attend the meeting to be held in Aug. 1 when Di'. New Orleans Readers Turning From Fiction NFAV ORLEANS (UP) — Tills Manll Gras city, which boasts more night spots i»r capita than nny j place this side of Paris',-.Is Betting serious-minded and booklsh-or so Little Townsehd will speak. Ten Years' Ago Today H N Arnold left the last of last week for Hot Springs Ark where he went to c nsult with a sppml isl and to recehe medicil tient ment Mr Arnold his been quite ill for se\eral weeks slit term" tiom nn attacL ol pleurhs Mr and Mrs Clniles Sibbett of Dillns Texas lie announcing the arrl\al of a daughtci The child wis Usrn in Dill-xs luesdnj 11-011 ^!rs Sibbett is the lounei Mirlan Musgrave Mrs E H Musgive Her mother, is m DalKs at this "Mr and Mrs Lcilie nnley Mil chell of NashMlle Tenn who Im spent the pasl week here as guests of their dau»hta Mrs Glenn Daul- ton.ttiid Mr DauHou left Wednes day morning for their home - azle^MusTaVe* and -Pete salt who*spent list week on Lake Tanev como ha\e returned home MJS Everett McDowell of Jtnes boro, 'Ark., is expected H:me tin weekend to visit with, her parent Mr- and, MJS. '^ D.-Edgerton. Mrs John Butler and sim daiiBhter' Ann Mcrideth, .of Men phis are guests of Mrs. 'Butler parents,'Mr. and Mrs.. D. J. Mer detii nt the farm home near th city. Mrs..Butler is the former Flos-..I • sie-Merideth. Mrs. Harry White ,cf St. Louis is visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George-.Merrell .Sr., at their farm home in the- Cnrleton community. : "Mr:V-.Whitc accompanied her .and is visiting here and with relatives 'anu friends in Dunkln county; Mr. White is a member of the teaching and cotich- ing staff of Soldaii'High sclvcol in St. Ixmis. Misses Joanne Tatum, .••.Inulse Salmon and Betty Lou-'Roach of Kennett spent several days here early this week as guests of the first named young woman's aunt, Mrs. Chas. Watson. ' July IT, 1029 Mrs. Wade Ewart. of Yaz:o City Miss., who has been visiting rela. lives here for seven weeks, wn: complimented with luncheon Prl day, given:by Mrs. E. M. Terry a her home on Tenth street. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Glllen nn leaving Sunday for VTexnrkan where they expect to visit friend and relatives for two .weeks'. 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