The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 7, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 7, 1934
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Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVTNTB Circles'of W. M. U. lii First Baptist church: 1, Mrs, Sam Hall; 2, Mrs, Roy Head: 3. at (lie church. W. M. S. First Methodist cliurcli having program meeting, 2:30 p. m. at church. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Senior high P. T. A. executive board meeting at 1:45 p. m. followed by general meeting. Mrs. Elton W. Kirby cnterlain- ing Tuesday Contract club. Young Matrons Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Dixie Crawford. Suprrinlentffrls, I'rinclpals Hive Supper Mr«( At Burdrtlc. M. R. Owens' of Little Rock, ol the state department of education was the principal speaker at the supper meeting of the principals and superintendents of junior and senior high schools in county Thursday evening r>t Ilur- dctte school. He spoke on "He- adjusting Values in the New Curriculum". . Briel talks were also yiven by Miss Una Beth Broach, teacher at Eurdelte, on "Teaching In a Playhouse". Mrs. Orena Matthews, teacher at Dogwood, who spoke on "Spring Projects" and Miss Onu Patton. of the Burdette school, Jwhcfie subject was "Editing a School Paper". " In the business session, presided over by. Crawford Greene of Bly- thcville who Is president of the group, it was decided to meet at the Whltton school on May 3. Miss Emily Tompklns, a 'member of the Burdcltc school faculty, arranged the dinner served members anil two rjiiosts, J. H. Chandler and Andy Larson, ol Little Rock, * * * Father'* Nieht Observed Bjf Armorcl P. T. A. "Fathers of ^Indents In (lie Armorel school were guests of honor at a Parent-Teacher association program and social meeting Thursday evening at the school when members of the faculty entertained. N. P. Moore spoke oil "Responsibility of the Parents", (here WAS a- trio oi Gcorglanna Little, Lucile Abbott an rtMilrired Fades with Imogene Smith iit the piano, c. E. Crigger gave the response for the fathers who were welcomed by Mrs. Jessie Ridenoiir, and Lloyd Adcock told of the improvement made In the building bv the CWA work. The froup- -visited the rooms where repairs r.-ere made before games were played with bingo as the favorite attraction. Miss Leah Davis, of Memphis, and Cozme Blackwell won the high score prizes in the bingo game. Refreshments were served tn the social hour. • • * CM Enlntalned . " r -V H- A. Taylor also entertained Mrs. Hiram Wylie and Mrs Fred Rutherford when she hnd the Thursday Bridge club party this week. Spring blossoms dec ° rat «! ', he livin S «»m arranged lor the two tables. Mrs. Rowland Green won the prize, bath powder, and a vnnitv 1 honor's '" Mr5 ' Wy " C for Eues " 1 A salad course was served • • * Son Bora The Rev. and Mrs. Stuart H. balmon announce the birth of a afte ™o°n It's Great With Meat Loaf, This Relish FIRST ASSEMBLY OK GOD CHURCH N. H. Rhodes, paM« r Sunday school, 0:45 a m Church. 11 a. m. i'vaugellstic services, 7:15 p. in Young people service, Tuesday night. Bible study, Friday night. CHURCH OF~i«E NAZARENE £•»** D. Btuley, pu(or Sunday school, 9;45 a. m £ Evans, supt. Morning worship, n o'clock Subject: "After Easter, What?" N. Y. P. S., 6:45 p. m. Evening service, 7:30 p. m SubXct: "God and Eternity." Hakul ham loaf vllh Jellkil rabbace and hoWe-rartlsi, 6;lura ls menu m«ln Individual iwltions ol Jellied lel- ish nive a meat loaf n festive touch that will pep up Indolent spring appetites. If you're been In tli; habit of IIMME only chopped beef for meat loat, switch to ham and port: and see how pleased your Ininily will Lv. Here's a new recipe lor ham loaf: Combine one-half cup of quick cooking lnpluc.1 with oin'-fourtli tension of pepper, uni'-ibm-lh teaspoon of paprika, one teaspoon of Worcestershire sauce, one tablespoon ol minced onion, one pound of lean pork igroimd). one pound of lean ham igiounl) anc( two cups of milk. Bake In a loaf pan in very hoi civcn for 15 minutes. Then decrease heat to imulcraie and bake about <5 minutes longer, or until thoroughly cooked. If garlic flavor Is popular in your house, nib Ihe inixin;; bowl with a piece 01 it before you combine Ihe Ingredients. This recipe selves ten and Is equally good, hot or cold. * • t Cabbage and horse-radish r-stish can te made while the meat loal is baking nml then served in In- t<A • lfr ia t 1 ' 1 * tter Dissolve one package of lemon flavored gelatin i n on e pint of warm water. Add one tablespoon of vinegar, f our tablespoon* of horse-radish and one-fourth teaspoon of salt. Set the bowl In ! he ice box anl, when all«htlv Ihlckened, fold in one cup o't shredded cabbage and one-fourth cup of finely chopped greeri pepper. Turn into indivlflual molds, ruling them only half way, and chill until firm. Unmold when ready to sjrvc and put them on the platter with the meat loaf aprlL By llekn Wclshlmrr COO!, fircen wind is Wowing T WASH Ilir rumaml vmtm A new moon i< for wile. *• And 1 In, „ ],-„ k ll- c '.sh.-cl'' i, why did 1 spend nioiu-y And slai li;;lil ,]nvK H u - windows l-'or a tin scrub pail?) Uli, A|ni T 1 . 1 ,!;- pi| ; cs of , 1>rul arc "«-»<lt'l. AM) .spi iiiRliim- lias i-nrtianlnif nl. I hey have liei-n mule MI loni;: And i;i|»v li ails an- Ink'l Ami April has new sli|i[H-is, So hiir's my nin.nlum .iriruii' As gay as any song. Ami il'l i-aiiu; In grief TS7ITM somr l.ill |:id \\lio givt-s ine •l.nrr|Kt1inn>i fiom his pwk, Ami breaks my hcnrl ;i litllc, 'Ilii-n ma.vlK- I'll i-nniL- f Bits of Mostly Personal Accused Spies Arc Reunited C. W. Bcalc. of Memphis and Little Rock, is spending: several days with A. C. Hall ami family. Roy Waters, who has been quite ill more than a week, is no brll-r E. G. bcWer has rrlum- cd to her home in Hot Springs after visillng h»r parents and other relatives for a week. 'Mr. and Mrs. Bcalc Masscy accompanied by Mrs. MHSSCJ-S sister Mrs. Alvis Hancock and <Iaii S hlcr Anne, of Paragould, spent y'e«ter- day in Memphis. . Sheldon Hall has gone to Dallas Texas, to accompany his mother' Mrs. C. H. Hall. home. Mr... Hali V:nt down a week ago and th-y plan to return Monday * Mrs. E. M. McCall and daii-hier Betty, will leave Monday or Tuesday tor Drcweryvllle. Va.. where i they will visit Mrs. McCall's rcia-' lives because of the lines.'; of her father. R. A Pope. They plan to be away several weeks Mrs. Joe L. Ulzelfcliier and son of Caruthersvllle, Mo., are here /or a brief stay with Mrs. Lit/d- fclncr's parents. Dr. and Mrs S P. Marlin, before leaving Sunday for Washington, D. c., where they will m»k« their home. Mr. uttcl- Jelner, wht> is now connected with the d*p»rtment of agriculture, ha? been there, for « month. Mrs. Ernest H*sson spent ycstcr- d»y In Memphis. **rs. Don Sammons, of nusscll- vlUe. Ark., has arrived here to Join Mr. Sammons and they arc at home with Mr. and Mrs. M. Fltz- *bnooos. Kr. Buunont Is connected with Cnfton Bros. Hornersville Society-Personal G. M. Rtddick returned here last Saturday after spending several days in Tennessee and Mississippi on business. Mi-, and Mrs. Kobert R. Hill and son of Cape Girardeau visited Mrs. Hill's parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Kinsolving, for a few days the first of this week. George Davis returned last week to his home in Cleveland, O., after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Solon Davis. Mrs. R. E. Anderson returned Tuesday from u visit, with her daughters. Mrs. Clyde R. Welman of St. Louis and Miss Kathryn Anderson, student at Central college-. Fayclte. Mrs. Charles Kennett. a recent bride, was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower given by a number of her friends at the home of Mrs. Rembrandt Doherty last Saturday evening. Msr, A. J. Langrton jr., Mrs. T. B. Kinsolving and Mrs. B. R, Sewell shopped in Paragould Thursday. Mrs. Carl-F. Onnon ot Lyons, Kans., is here for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J Lang- rion. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Seabaugh of Jackson were here last Sunday visiting the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. niirleson. Anita Srackc Wins Honors at Junior High Anita Stracke, daughter of Mrr,. MIIM- Strackc. won mosl of il:rr lioimrs in Mie annual Who's Who contest for cirls of junior hi?h school this year. Khc was chos»n "Miss Junior High." the prettiest tlie neatest, most popular, most dlpiln'rd senior, best drcssrd mnst friendly, cutest, best alt round prettiest lutr. and pvellicsi eyes.' i Minnie Uc Lr-usctt wa.s declared ' 1)= the best cirl nthlete, Riuticy was chosen tht- most lal- rntrrt Rirl. Klairie Anderson was voted the wisest Junior, and Sara Kvrard. the most studious. John Harp was declared "Sh-il: of Junior High." Hie best lonkim- most iHipular .-ind cutest boy n<-sf all round. Coleman Stevens M^ declared ihr ix^t all round, iitwl cst, best drr.ssrd. most Irirmliv and prettiest eyes. Crandall Kin'ningham was vmcd the best alhlelc. Bob Hcrric'r- the mosl talented, Morse Kochtr^-v the most diknificrt senior w |V Davis as the wisest Junior, 'ann Billy Brewer the most studio-,: The British gsUon Is 20 SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1D34 'WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON; TheChild and The Kingdom IMS-IS, hfc success arc not determined by International Unlfom" gip-' day Kcktol Lesson for Aftt 8, • • ' * BV WM. E. GIUCOY, D. D. Jesus is unique unonj WOrid ' thijii; else" and b 'lo "offerid""! nine Uiachtrs Ui the simpllouy with child is to do something so tragic which he expressed and iUuslrattd: thai it were better that one had tlw decrvst. thin« • ! been cast into the depths of the the approval that he wins from the great, but by flic spirit in which lie serves those who need his help. To do something for a little child is greater than :uiy little the deepest things. .„„„ ,.„», When the disciples ctme to him Isea with asking, "Wlra is (he greatest In'neck. inillsonc aiound '• L. the klnjdotn of heaven," Jesus I It was in the same spirit that Fercleved their false perception of Jesus spoke of the spirit of his [he kingdom and their wrong no- religion, the gospel ol God's grace LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Sund>y school, 9:« a in he set this child in their midst and said, "Except ye lie convert- of greatest worth. you Inow what are? Young Peoples ineetijiBS, and 7:00 p. m. Preaching, 7:30 p. m. Subject: "We Live in a Saving World." How is this brought about? Uo you have any part Iti it? Tlx-se messages carry "yon to the very heart ol things which must be mostly considered. Everybody cordially invited. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH H. J. Klcindk-n-st, Pastor Sunday school, 0 a, m Morning Worship, 10 a. m Sermon theme: "A Special Reminder." Regular quarterly congregational meeting Immediately after this service. Walther League business meeting Thursday, 7 p. m . Lecture on Blolc Fundamentals Friday 7 p. m. You are cordially invited to worship wilh us. We preach a angeless Christ for a changing CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY ••UNREALITY" Is the subject ol the Lesson-Sermon to be rend in the Christian Science service Sun- diy morning at 11 o'clock The Golden Text j s -The thoughs fo the righteous are right: but the counsels or tlie wicked are deceit" (Proverbs 12-5) Among the citations from the Bible is the following: "The Lord is my light ond mv salvation . vhom shall I fear? The Lord is ho strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?" i Psalms 27.1) Tlie lesson-Sermon will also in- :lude assages from the Christian Science textbook. "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, one of winch reads, 'The imderstaml- ng even in a degree, of the divine All-|H>wer destroys fear, and plants h e feet in Ihe true path,—the 111 which leads to the house built without hand.-" eternal in the leavens" (p. 454). A Christian Science broadcast 1 ! »'ill be given next Wednesday at' • 0:30 a. m. over KLCN. SECOND BAPTIST CHOKCII J. L. Newsom, Pastor S. S. 9:45. Thomas Bogun, Supt ™- . Tiie Red and White contest is "e is ind consciences must have been as Jesus added that the . in the kingdom ol haeven u'-io was the one who should humble limself like a little child! To illustrate the nature ot this humility Jesus linked it with lowly service. • • • * The achievement of a man's life, his greatness, and hte measure of "- "-wiiiLoi. jo ••" 10 u*gcu LV irtae autaniage 0 T • strong 42 new students last this opportunity to hear the real 1 Sunday and the Reds were six in Oospel in sermon, story, and SOUE !lc lrari Watch the papers lativtotrm- he lead. Sermon. 11 a OHI, of Deli. V. P. U.'s 6:15, Mrs. J L Newsom, director gaon s 20 cent erealer In volume than - S. gallon. por Cleveland. c ,.. hanfllw m world!'''" 1 ;i ' ly ° U>Cr 1>lai ' C all of society insecurity. Would it not be better if we took the way of Jesus and raid more attention to the ,lou and the neglected 1 / Even in the church how little we have learned the lesson! It is a great thing to nurture (he young and keep them In the fold of the church KO thai none may go aslray, but w« lack the quality of a good shepherd if, when the young go aslray, we can disregard their wandering. * The altitude of Jesus toward the children was more fully and neiiu- it surrounding men and seeking to tifully emphasized In his , I...J,,.. .1 !..„!. ...1 ,. , _ , • . _r ... r i, vi . u ~» ol w«*.4v.«. 4 n; jumiu u 3ii[*uuiiuii]£; iiii-ll aim K._ g ._ ., ,......„ necea-ary lo leach them Ihe les- bring them back when they had i mom of them, when his di«cim-~- son of humility, and he did it In !gone astray. Here he used the rebuked the mothers who" ind' a very concrete way. liyure of the shepherd with the [brought their little on C Lit] Itl? 11 lltt fp f*hi!rt in l\\m }innrtrnH <.linn.^ iinn^m-m..-! .,,,-.,.„ ! ,.,,£ )>i|oh( hlp<;^ t ho Jesus had witnessed the con- to him, ones that Jo- hundred ihcep, concerned ,,.v«i. about the one sheep that he had | juaua imu wnnessed the con- last than about the 90 who wcreicern and fmsiness with which the safe in his keeping. (disciples were sending the inoth-rs IIov; little eilher Ihe world or-away, and he interposed with the the church has learned these les- graciuus words that Christianity W)ii5! How careless we are in toe-j has written so beautifully "as an irty. of the lowly, the poor, and .iieal for all the world "Suffc- the the needy, the down-trodden, and'little children to come unto me the oppressed! land Xorbid them not, lor of .-such And yet the slum has in it the'is the kingdom of heaven" ,WI-r , n H,«lrn,. ,.,. „,.,. „ i. I .T... _ ^.^ , uld ^^ ^ ^ the rioter and slitnglh Jintion are determined by the attitude toward litlic children. No Institution can lie great that despises the life of those whom its future deiwnds. m o eaven power to desiroy Ihe city. It is The power and strength from the lost and neglected areas | church, the power and .si-eiiiith of our city life that mere come:of Ihe nation are determined'by the bandits and the thu^s, who war against society, kidnap those from higher classes, who rob and raid banks, and who give to upon O® S It U IP «**§® M tD V DAN THOMAS- GEORGE SCARBO A SCOA >JE£WER .AT §I2.5O A WEEK, TALENTED SPENDS HE EW ACT9 '"& FELLOW — pub- I Ucd her to take advantage or. lives. — she vis- mother and other rela- in. By Braxton Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7-30 subject: Devotion as taught in Romans the 12th chapter. URST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday school, D:-15 a in A'--in Hollcy, Supl. ' " Morning Worship, n-oo a m Rev. Ben L. Bridges, Speaker B. Y. p. u. 6:30 n. in. Subject- 'Humility a Kingdom Characteristic." Bible drill "Busy n.ivs in QalHIlct." Evening Worship. v-« p m Sermon-Rev. Ben L,. Bridges Monday, W. M. U.. 2:30 p m Circle I. Circle 2, with Mrs. Hoy Head Circle 3, at the church. Teachers' Meeting, Wrdnr.-d.iv :'S p. m. Prayer meeting, 7:15 p. m. nouncements. CHURCH OF CHRIST J. A. Taylor, Minister Sunday school, 10 a. m. Church, ll a. m. Subject- 'True Spiritual Worship." Churcn, 7:30 Suoject; "Sin ind Its Reward." All are invited. The friends of Mrs. Norman Jolmston. foimeily of Round Lake, but at present of Helena, will re- Bret to learn that she is in (no Baptist hospital at Memphis pending an operation for gall ."tones. FIRST METHODIST CHt-RCH W. V. \Vomack, Fastor Cliurch School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, iu:;,o a . m Sermon subject, "Justification and Rrfjcncration." Kpworlh League 'services. C:-13 p. m. ' Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m Sermon subject. "What Are You Carrying?" A welcome; uwalis all 1 and visitors. ' I Sixty-five per cent of the output of the fisheries along Lire Gulf of Mexico consols of shrimp. P. T. A. News Mrs. L. J. Laverly was circled president, of the city council ol the P.-T. A., succeeding Mrs. c. W. Aillick. Other officers are: . n. L. Bradley, vice president; Mrs. U. W. MulliiiK, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. Herman Walpole. historian. In the business meeting of the council Tuesday Mrs. A. u. Hudson reported a balance of $77. Mrs. H. A. Smith reiwrted on the standard of each organization. Mrs. Otto KcKhliU- y, chairman of the Better Films movement, reported activities. MJss Limn u. Wilhclm conducted a parliamentary proceeding. Mrs. E. B. Rogers was reelcct- ecl president of the Sudbury P.-T. A. In n meeting Wednesday. Mrs'. Cecil White was reflected vice- president, Mrs. L. J. Laverty is Ihe new secretary, Mrs. J. R. Webster was reelected treasurer and Mrs. Earl Damon, historian. In the pogram there vrerr several Interesting talks: "Influences O f Tarents on the Reading of Children," Mrs. Neill Reed; "Securing Interest in School," Miss Alma Peters; "Children's Poets or Yesterday and Today," Miss Nn- tic Gray. A pantomine of Tbm Sawyer's lence painliny was given by ' Rill Morse. Herman Poscy, John White Robert Douglas und Lloyd I-lor- man. The Central Ward P.-T. A. sfonsorcd a play Friday of las', week which was directed by Miss Alta Mrte Gariington. The proceeds of $56 will to used for worthy projects. Lange P.-T. A. will Iravn a cako id car.dy sale Saturday in the Sudburj- building across 1roni Penney's. Senior High P.-T. A, will present a three act farce comedy "Adventures o[ Grandpa." Friday. April 13, at ihs high school auditorium. Junior High I>.-T. A. «ill have a regular monthly meeting Thursday instead of Hi eusua] date, Wednesday, when Ihe district meet- HIH of tile P.-T. A. will be held at Marked Tree. The Mothers' chorus will sing with Mrs. F. B. Joyner. accompanist. Round Luke News Sermon topic. "Chrwl's Ambassadors." 5 r. M.. Kcvrnine Worship, r (<>1> " Cl " rra J' ln B Through The liev. \v. Moore Scott. Synodical Superinlendcnt of Home Missions and Evangelism, begins s ten days' meeting with this Church Thursday evening at 1^5. o r . Scott will lie assisted by Mrs. Scott and Miss Lyda Bess Atkins, who hcing built this week by MI- Leo Hicks. 4 i , # |,r Mrs. T'rcd Jackson returned GUAUB A Raw Milk Ph»ne 74 Craig's Dairy r .„ "' lllc s F1CC !^ U ° 115 Mnk " 18 thMn rtth a " international spv plot couM . cp Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gordon swtu. Americans, from sinning hap- P ly when, as shown atovc, they met In a Paris couru It wa, ,1 e nit vlnic they had seen each other since their arrest several months ago no volcanoes In Aus- I Texas is more than nve times'i '.large as England proper. Salesman Wanted We have an opening for automobile salesman. Prefer man with some experience. See Mr. Little at Shouse-Little Chevrolet Co. Local Man Praises Performance and Economy of NEW FORD V-8 for 1934 Blythcvillc. Aikaiw:--. Maich 2'llh. I9JJ Phillips Motor Company, Blythcville. Arkansas tieiitlcmon: I hcitr so much ialk about gas mileage, oil consiiinplion. etc.. that 1 would like to let you know the result o[ an actual tesl I mcdc this pnst neck end driving my N C w s 33 .| For(1 v . 8 i diovs the myself th; exact dLslance of 193.7 milci Itginning wilh the gas tank full to ihe top. Most ol life distance nt 35 to 40 miles per hour, but quite n few mile-, were driven in the city wilh frequent stopping and starting To refill my gas tank to Us fullest capacity, it required only Nine (9) gallons of gas, none being added since the start. The average was a bit above 2Z Miles P(r Gallon ol G.«o line. Of com.-e no motor oil or water war- ;idded during th- trip, nnrt you can bc-t that my Ford V-8 gives me at] n 1L , comfort, performance, etc.. that I could want In a ear-as you know. I have owned many high priced c.irs. i now'liave' two V-8 Fords and am very salislied with n irm hl cvcry way . Yours verv iSigirall W. M. .Mat) Manager Jaki- |[n gllr c -, m Cr> Blythcvillc. Arkansas.

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