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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 31, 1934
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FAQ1 TWO COUBUBt NEWS - Social Calendar " •' SUNDAY'S EVENTS Wedding of Miss Ruth Wlilt- worlh and Mr. Robm Cllflord Joyncr to be solemnized M Firsl Methodic church at 5 p.m. • •Sup'psr party for niemccrs ot \Vhiiwoilh-Joyner wedding given by Mis. John Whitmirtlt :tl Grider, Ark. MONDAY'S EVENTS W. M. U. . First Baptist elmiTli meeting at rhurcli. :':30 pin. Woman's Auxillarj', First PI'-JS- •byterian church meeting at tlu' church, 2:30 i).in. W. M. S. First Methodist chilled meeting at church. 2:M p.m. Mrs. O. M. Moreno eiUoruiiiUi 1 ,' with dinner pavly (or members o! Business and Professional Womcn'.i club. Mrs. Woodrov.- Fisher entertaining PhUathua class of l-'irkt I3:ip- iiit church. Shoulder Your Way to Style Social Service Club Has A Dinner Meeting Tire Mississippi County Sociul Service Club held ils weekly meel- ins «l the First Presbyterian Church. Thursday cvrnlni; when dinner \fas served. Thirty three members from the relief offices , ol Osccolo, Manila and Ulylhcvill: were present,. The lesson as presented lo the class by Mrs. Harmon Selord covered the subjects of "Altitudes nnd Skill," pointing out the fuel that there are two decided types in the treatment of a case, the executive type and Jhe leadership type. Fifteen years ngo the executive t>'l>e was the only one known; leudcr- 1 ship type Is comparatively new, but fast coming into its own, requiring delicacy and skill in the diagnosis and treatment of n cnsc. Mrs. Seford extended mi invitation to the club, through Mrs. East, to attend n meeting nt Tyronza, Ark., this Fi-ldny evening, to assist in organizing n Social Service Club in Polnselt County. Several counties in Northuust Ark- sjuas will be represented nt this meeting. It was decided thnt about fifteen members from the Mississippi County. Club would nt- ' .-tend. .The nest regular meetiiij; of Ihe club will be at Manila on April 5th, for study class only. • • * Many To Alfcml Whil»orl)i- -Jsyner Wedding Here Tomorrow A large number of out of town guests will attend thp wedding of Miss Ruth WliitK-orth and Mr. .Robert Clifford Joyner which will be solemnized, nt five o'dock Sunday afternoon at the First Moth- cdist church. Among those who will be here viU be Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clif- lord Joyner ST., the Rev. and Mrs R. J. Hunter, Mr. nnd Mrs. John H. Joyner. Mr. and Mrs. Chnrlrs Heppner, Mr. and Mrs. Jack liial- ton and children, Jane and J;<c!: jr., Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Phcbus [ and children. Nancy and Jimmie,: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Burdlc!; nnd 1 children, Betty and Jack, Mr. and 'Mrs. C. D. dement, Mr. and Mrs.' ^Henderson Hudson. Mr. and Mrs • -John Scott. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. I •Reynolds, Louis Bralmni. Milton 1 •Andrews, Miss Mnrjoric Bell Hill. .Copelar.d. Will Austin Naming nnd i •.James Massey, all of Union City.' If you want lo look your sivmiklwt In a corsage when strolling the smart Uhorotiglifarw, lake n tip from lovely Tunmra tlie Now York singe slur. Her shoulder corsage is of lilies and mimosa nnd is ilcd uj) with hnnUsomc brown velvet ribbons. Slam Contract Should Be Reached by Easy Stages Today's Contract Problem Smiili (3 di'darcr at ii-Cour spuiln I'Diilrucl. West opens HIP sineletun uiiin ot hcurls. Ue<:-lx odd. A A 5:; V !> » .i i o r. new HlinuM make Kf.K il you CMI UD H, * K .1 I V A J U I .1 » A 7 * S S 2 Xoiio \V K S Ilnnlcr + K Q 7 -1 LI A Q 1" 1 S 7 C, V K 1(1 5 « f J * * A J Bohiliou in nexl issue. Solution to Contract Problem A A K Q J 7 5 IPA'CTCT) L/AMER W ahjCruLTLcL SATU&OAY, MAHCH Bits of Mostly Personal 'file llev. and Mrs. If. J, Kleln- dlcnsi have ai> (heir yucsUi Mrs, Kleindlensl's mother, Mrs. William Hut?., and Drs. Glenn Halz, of St. Louis. They will \x hcic two Weeks. 1 Dr. nnd Mrs. P;uil L, Tlpton have us their guests today Mrs.' Tipton'ii cousins, Mr. and Mrs.; John Blccle. of St. Louis, and Miss i Belly Lcwson, of New York clly. 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gnliies and I chililren will s|>eiid the week-end at Oycrsuurg, Tenn., wlih rola-i lives of Mrs. Galncs. Mlt.s Margaret Keck, U'lio attends Lindenwood college at St. Charles, Mix. Ls ill dome for tin; i holidays. ! Mr. ami Mrs. Famswortii black : of Memphis, are here for the Eas-' tcr holidays. Betty, wlio 1ms been' here for ten days, will return homo I with Iheiii. i Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles L. Wylic I nnve moved lo the former Harry ' Brown residence on West Ash street and Mr. and Mis. Marv Robinson will move into the former WyJie home, which they have purchased. Mrs. B. K uiomeyer and daughter, Jcssalyn. spent yesterday in Memphis. J / » Af ij J •rvm tf t> Drm- 1 1 have ' I Mr ^imd Mrs. Jo: Humphrey and Shirley Ann, Imve gone lo spend the lo Rlpley, Tenn., summer. not need lo make u Jump shift bid. »s ho can make ;i one-over one in spades. Houlli now shows his second suit with a bltl o ftwo hearts—this is the third constructive bid. North a srnud flam contract ami fail lo I make it. has fne and one- ously menlloncd by him. When Soiilli elects In bid four diamonds, instead, he is innking n - ------ „ ...„„.,, B .. iwlay't, sln| n try and js. of course, giving Has Luncheon for liricIe-ElctI , MiiS Virginia Elackwood, of Lit- i,. % X lHlc . tie Rock, entertained leu c «OiU;i, ",, I '. nmary lnrks ••• •«.«>..•--• with a luncheon yesterday nt ttu-i ' hc **-' s " Ol ll:lv<> sufficient. 1115 partner a perfect picture of home of her aunl Mrs Clnrencei " B "' for a uu "Slnal two bid.| tnc humt— four club*,, fuur lieait*, H Wilson, in compliment lo Miss' lsvo bi " npm ' sl «>"M be muds nuri ftu 'r diamonds. "' _ . .- on a four card Mill. No trump is North, holding a six card, suit out of tlie question, duo to the' 10 (n e "co. king, tjiiceu. now is :ln;lcl<m spade. Justified in jumping lo six spades, When your Inind conlnlns :i tnur as Ilc needs no trump support from card major, and n four card minor nis 1'i'rtncr. South run reason thai Virginia Terry, bride elccl. Snapdragons. hyacinths nud .sweelpeas formed the central decoration of the luncheon table which had a pink and blue motif also emphasized in the tnpcrs nnd in lhc place cards of miniature bndes and bridegrooms. Miss Terry's place was marked with a cor-1 vl "'" """" um{ - >' OHV "injur sage of blue violets, roses and| '1. B °" ly four rilrds '" length, swcetncas. A llircc course menu! . ' ."' ™' rsc ' lr you ro-l,i ( t the was served. •Included In MIC guests were: Miss Man' Vaughn Traitor of Hickmon, Ky., who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. Mrs Caleb WaUon of Joncsboro hoitfc- guest of Miss Terry, Mrs. John Sawyer jr., of Carutliersvlllc. Mo who Is visillng Miss Mary Ellen Stevens, and Margaret Keck, of ~- f ~.~.-,, « uw i'ltutjdlta fkCCK. 01 Llndcnwood college at St. Charles Mo., who is at home for the holidays. Miss Terry Coir.ilimenlcd , Miss Virginia Terry. wJioic marriage to Mr. Rer.kcrt v/cienkniivi will be an event of the Easter holiday, was. thc guest of honor at a supper party given Friday crenln? oy .Ars. John Sawyer jr ot Cw- uthersv-ille, Mo.,'Miss Mary Elle.i the Stevens liome. A.tiered weeding cal:c v;a-, in- centerpiece of the supper lab!e from which the 35 guests wen; Ihe minor suit lirsl — Mfs partner, lo mako a scennrtnrv . on the nest round of bid- ftlr cc. must holt! a solid spade slilt nir.p. show the major suit. Ynuv :m(1 lhc lulling king of diamonds IWrtncr will kno\V thai your majur I— otherwise, tlie secondary force <„» i- „..,.. ,. ... woul(( |1Ql ^ j, 1!ilin( , ( , i _ Since it ai«> looks as llmiijh » .. North holds 100 honors In spades IIPKI six ol n minor am! five .and South has the Icn oi midcj a major, he can m-t an i-xacl hvhich will lit. his proper declara- lat er nn. lls ymi would it of pictuic of your hand. The Bidding Soulii's correct- opening bid is one club, as it is lhc more solid of Ins two minor suits. North -dofs jlion is seven spades. Of ctnuse. Hie hand is a luy- oown »l seven spades. North .Hid Honm having nlraitt fificen pood tricks. supper Miss Terry was d a gaily decorated Easier which held gifts of hosier.- handkerchiefs, ' . s Terry. Miss Virginia of Liltlc Rock, hoira- |««sl of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence K - Jsck Hop!cc of ca ' f -' . . guest of , Miss Marv Stevens, Mrs.'Joc L. Lilzel- i' °! '.Qwtomvmt, who is . ; \littlng htr pwcnls, Dr. and'Jlrs. 8. P. Martin, and Miss Mnn;;m-, Keck, o! Llntienwond college :-.l SI. CharlcA, Mo., ,-incl Miss Maillia j Robinson ot Arknn^s State college at Jonrtliom. «-ho are nt| home for the Easier holiday. * * • I Operelln Ncls utilalitJal Sum The op:rctla. presented, by the Wnrd Parent-Teacher association Inst evening nt the high school auditorium, nctcd $56. The show was rtlrcctcd by Miss Alia j May Garllngton. Unchcr of ix- piessisn. who Iras icc-nlly tome hero to make her home, nnd <vho contributed her services to the Parent-Teacher association, ijoity Lou Kramer was accompanist- n:ii assisted in the musical arrangement. Uuring intermission Jane. Kor-h- •-'-'.:y and Carl nilcy did a tsh dance specially. Sou Itorn. '. 8 and Vicinity J. <-'.. Hale of CiOMicll is visil- i.'iR hi-, mandpairnls, Mr. ami Mr.", R. L. McDonald, and his iincla and mint. .Mr. nnd. Mrs. V. T. Hntc. Mrs. A. r. Evans Is confined k: net bed by illness Ellon Clen; infaii tsoii of Mr. and .Mrs. «-. L. ously ill with and .Mrs. Jenkins. Is «eri- cough Clifton " ....P.-. *j, ^ *-min>[i IlliVC moved into iheir new home bulll lo replace (lie one which binned W. C. dark has wrecked the "Id T. L. Cassidy house, owned bv Harold D. Jones ot CarUlheisville and will li:iild a tlnrc room house of lhc material. i Midway Notes nesday at Ihcir home, 4M E Main street. The fcaby, v.ho weighs ten jxiunds, hss been named Wallon Sims. M. McDonald and Mits icva Williams visilcd relatives al Hickman. Ky.. last week end. • Mr. McCain injured his lark In 11 fall downstairs. He is improved. W. H. Dyrfs. who was confined to his ted with injuries sustained in a fall, is now able to \x up. HP I broke three ribs. Hornersville Society-Personal Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Tinnin .will last Saturday ami Sunday j in Ormivlllc, Mo., visiting the lal-1 ter's father. Oeorge W. Bolllnger. | R. M. McCalcb nnd daughter,: Miss Irene, nnd son, Merriman, > returned last Saturday from Duck < Klvcr. Tenn., where they were I called to atlend lhc funenil of ! Mr. McCaleb's brother. B. B. Me-' Caleb, whb died of pneumonia. Mrs. Robert Killian and baby returned Monday from Manila, where they had spent several daj'K with Mrs. Killlun's parents Mr titul Mis. H. M. Flccmau. Mrs. A. J. Langdon Jr. and liltle nnuglucr, June, returned Salurduy after spending two weeks with rel- ntives in Amnrillo, Tex., nnd Tulsa Okln. Mrs. l.ce Roscnbei-g nnd ihree. children of Manila visited lier mother, Mrs. Mnthilde Qmivler- nimis. and sisDter, Mrs o. J. Cone from Friday until Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Allen drovo lo Rector, Ark.. Sunday lo attend the funeral of John W. Bruce, who died last Saturday. Funeral service's were Ijeld HI thc Baptist church here Tuesday for Mrs. Mary ijiik. mother of Mrs. Charles Hedsepath, who died last a-ilurday at her home in Pasattcna, Tex. she WHS 10 years old. A brother, W. F. Krapf of the Shields district, mid n son and. iwo (laughters, who rwide In Kitn- sns, survive her. Jeff Branniim jr. of :uemp!iis is here for n few days visil willi his parents. Mr. and Mrs. j-ff jsran- uum. In Home Ihe celebration of Easier transcends all geographical toundnrio-s. Practically every nation on earth maintains church representation there and on Easter Sunday (he commemoration ot the resurrection ntlalns Impressive solemnity One brilliant events of Holy Week is the great Easter v ^ cssm which is carried a cross made from » piece of thc true cross. \A of the most procession in FIRST METHODIST CHURCH W. V. Womack, Fislor Th» young people's League will •sponsor a sunrise service Sunday i morning, beginning at 6:30 o'clock'. Special Easter music and scriptures will be used. The pastor fill talk briefly on "The Slgnifi- jance of Easter," and the Sacra- jwnt of the Lord's Supper will be I Administered, up to 7:30 o'clock. ;^11 communicants ivil! be permitted to leave ns soon as served if '|they so desire. „ The morning worship service will ||bs 10:55 a.m. Tlie pastor's subject will be, -Living the Resurrected Life." Infants will ; bo bap* i tired and new members feciwo. choir will sing 'Thee Risen . -— King" lAshford) and "My "Redeem- mar r ie <l man. In wh»t br LiveUi" (Hnndel-Wtlsoni Mrs 6hould l r «»K5t tl 'Lee sill use for the offertory °" ° !y daughter?" if'tornn" >u_» The .»iost usual way of inviting friend to call upon a visiting An Easter Prayer Ch Jtsuf. Ihe day Ihat Thou vast . : | "The Triumphant Christ" will be " frienti ^ =»U upon a visiting mhe. pastor's subject at 7:30 pm d au«hter or reJative in another ls b . y ls by a P*"onal letter recall- In Jerusalem, where the celebration of Easter is participated in by Christian sects from all the world, most rimualic. of all ceremonies is Ihe "miracle of (he holy flic." In (he Church of the Holy Sepulcher containing the tomb of Christ, palrmrchs of eastern seek light the holy fire. I-'iom this dame, swift runners light torches and race away to then- respective sccls. Men and women fight to light their own candles from thc torches, and to extinguish those of other s . Many persons have been killed and injured in thc« struggles' ^ — en monograms are used PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHUKCII should th « "»Ual of the last name If. J. Kletadfenst, Puslor *^,,™ Ule cen " r or in natural Sunday school, 9 a. m. Or 2. ehr , ? Morning worship 10 a m Ser- ( ,? mon theme: "Saln't Paul's Earter '™ '£ "".J 81 * 1 ^'"^^ to Sermon.- ° m . or tne other with better ef- Al this service fifteen children i" Whm thc inilial will be baptized. born. As lialure wore her robe o! while And lhc veil from unbeliennj; eves Was lorn, that they might a-c ihe !IS wc " as are Invited Will Hold Cancer Clinic at Caruthersville April 4 At 6=30 P . ,„. « dinner win ta' held at the Majestic Hotel, wliic'i will not be onsn to tlic publir! CiUiUTIIEHSVILLH. Mo. —The Pcmlscot County medical Soclctv Conventtoi), will All members are 'asked to Vlsitore oorti»HT HRS CH I"SHAN SCIKNCE SOCIETY ,} iivO ..REALmr-to o»-wfcjMt^ t " FfKST FRESBVTERHN CHURCH Lesson-Sermon to be read in ,"l S. II. Salmon, Pastor Christian Science service <=••••-' Special music In abundance and morning at H o'clock, of flne quality will be featured in The Golden Text li, "Thou o our services Easter Sunday, the Lord, remainest forever; tliy ihro^ choir having two beautiful an- ' ra "i generation to generation^ (hems for us in the morning scr- (Lamcnwtlons 5:19). vice and another in the evening Among ihe ciutions from the worship, at the new hour of 7:45. Bible is the following, "For since Of particular interest to many will 'he beginning of the world, men be thc baptism of little Juanita have not heard, nor perceived by Lee Goodman, and of Mury Lou "ie ear, neither hatli the eye see and William Fleetwocd Joyner in ° God, beside thce. what he hath' the morning service. At the close Prepared for him that waiteth for of this service the Lord's Supper h "n" (Isaiah 54:1). will be observed, and, therefore, The Le&son-Sermon will also j*. the pastor has combined thc Com- elude passages trom the Christian munlon and Easter messages In Science textbook, "Science and the morning sermon, entitled, "15 Health with key to tlic Scriptures Christ Risen In Vain?" Tlie eve- b >' M*ry Baker Eddy, one of which ning sermon will be on tlic sub- reads, "To grasp the reality and Ject of "New Church Year Beso- or der of being In its Science you lutions." Sunday church School at must begin by reckcnlnj; God as 9:45 a.m. S. E V.ail, supcrlnlcn- 'he divine Principle of all ihat dent. . really Is. All substance, mielli- To everyone we extend our most Eence, wisdom, being cordial Invitation. ' " ' LAKK STREET METHODIST CHURCH W. J. LeRoy, Futor Sunday School, 8:45 a.m. Preaching, 10:45 a.m. subject: "What Is the Deepest Thought ol the Soul on Easter Day or Does a Man's Soul Think?" Mississippi County Union meets at Manila Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Luke Street young IKople have charge of the program. Leagues meet at 6:30 nnd 7:00. Preaching, 7:30 p.m. Subject,: "Every Fellow's Part." Everybody cordially invited to attend these services. Rain or .shine every member well enough to come should be at Church on Easter Day. Bring all your children and sit with them for this service. Orchestra will have special Easter music Sunday morning all will enjoy. A Christian Science broadest 11 be given next Wednesday at IO:JO a. m. over KLCN. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Eupba D. Bcastey, Pastor Sunday school. 9:45 a.m. E L tvans, superintendent. Morning worship, u a.m. subject: "Thc Dawn of God's Tomor- N. Y. P. s., 6:45 pjji. Evening service, 1:30 pin subject: "What Think Ye of Christ?" CHURCH OF CIIKIST J. A. Taylor, Minitfer At the Court House Sunday school, 10 ajn. Preaching, followed by communion, 11 a.m. Preaching, 7 p.m. A welcome to all. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUKCH E. K. Lilimtr, Minister Church school. 0:45 a.m. Holy Communion and sermon, 11 er anthem "Calvary"; chorus Face to Face." There will be no vesper service. A cordial welcome always. "The Proper Thing" My daughter is going on a visit to a distant city in which lives an old Wend ol mine wlio \& ln un-------- - ...... -» '"miner request tliis friend to call " a " lauer of choic e- You aic invited to worship with| o ,,« > at this service nnd to hear the ~ ...v surname is in the center, is usually larger than the other _. ..._j „,,, JVL . niiu iv ncor IIH; inspiring Easter message of the risen Christ. His resurrection « of vital significance to us for it assures us we need no longer doubt Christ's deity or doctrine we need no longer fear sin and damnation, we need no longer shrink from death and the grave. FIRST BAPTIST CHUKCH Sunday school. 0:45 a. m. Alvin "" ', Supt. will hold a cancer clinic Ixrb WcdiKMlay. April 4. lhc program lo begin al '2 n. m.. W |(h a clinic ,and address for Uic public. ' '"- '"!U il[ Ilia Liberty Theatre, and persons in Dunklin and New Madrid comities, Read Courier News Want Ads, light. No new or untried faith look form Thc uart ° r 'He program oiwn Twas just as Oofl liart .•.aid' 10 thc l" lblic will 1 JC hi-w a t the. 'twould te. ' "" ' "A Suvior lo llir ivurld was t;orn" Who carried out God's own decree. Thou dldsl live anil work and sillier much. Thini clldst teoch and hc;il and preach nnd pray. And dldsl sacrifice Thy earthly life ' j To prove a resurrection it;ij. I Any yet nnotlicr proof is now at i hand .. I• From the fertile soil to (he ijucl- ding trees. And no greater proof coiitct «c rte- manrt Than the graw and blossoms. ;lie btrtis :ind trees. Oh. could we doubt that 'Uiou didst ri^e When a.resurrected nature spr.iks?. Oori forbid,- nnd 01*11 our ejr-s , To a conviction of the tnitl'i and' proof-we wck. And may we live Thee moic and L more , As we behold 'Ihy haiuk, blood-1 stained and tom. ! And may we (hank Thee o'er and o'er ' For the assurance ot a rcsurrec-| tion morn. , —Mrs. Henderson Hall. .1 f: i Me"Sf^,?D"-^s F ^-'S m5cein « ^^ ° r: «»« ? s ?j?sr-Si^!i'*«.^-.- .r?'.^« , cooper, of Coo:- m^^^^-- - GRADE A Raw Milk rhone 7* Craig's Dairy ^^. wuw/n_» , ui \jVHJ, w is president of the comity solely, nnd lr - • dinner. ---^ ••«.*. v.ii, AiMjuji. ... - - -- j »*~ Wednesday, 7:45 n m nr v p will preside at no J. Carrett of Conwa"' ArkaLs' who is president of thc Arkansas 1% A MAP UHNut MONDAY NIGHT AT WOMAN'S CLUB Good Music - $1 Couple Flowers for the EASTER Parade Or hi for ,. bo> ing ful I? ftly of ms: Lil> yoi- sh( lids. Gardenias, Hoses and Val- Lllics arranged in the lalcst s witli tingel 5 kin ribbons lo nonizc wllh h cr Easier gown this grand parad "A day without you would not be er," Orchids in the moonlight k louder than words. Send a of beautiful roses Easter morn- from Heaton's to tell tier "Let's in love." hi " kur ,, 1 - is lo picture the i which has become the symbol ils glorious season of Ihe com- of Life. You will find -Easter !s 111 endless number awaiting selection. Yellow Calla Lilies n for thc first, lime in Blythc- ...»,„ b .. 1IU ,,, jjij tllV vim. Many other beautiful blooming! plants including Hydrangeas. Evtfything in cut flowers at mod- orate prices. Remember thc sick witrt flowers and friends in dis- tur.t cities. We Can Tclegrnjili Flowers Anywhere Heatons Home oj Flowers Phone 195 _Read Courier News Want Ads. CONTEST CLOSES APRIL 2 Instructions To Contestants: Mall all the Four Leal Coflec coupons willi your name and address to the Courier Nev.s not later than Monday, April 2. The twelve Crystal Che! Coffee and Tea Makers will be awarded April ( to the twelve persons sending hi the most coupons. Wail Coupons To _ Courier N«ws BJytheville, 'Ar

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