The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1938 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 21, 1938
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THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1938 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) CQUKIEK NEWS 'Suiniiicr Girr-1938 COURIER COMi'MMENTAKV TICKET This Ticket will Admit Mis. VY. IT. Stone a ! |Ul cunipru ion, Route 1, Klythcvlllc —to lire— HIT/, Til EATER —(o see— "G1IU, Or THK GOLDEN WKST" Social Calendar MlIDAY'd EVENTb Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane entertaining Tuesday night Supper club at 7:00 o'clock. Stated meeting of O. E. S. al 7:30 o'clock at hall. General meeting of Woman's club. Woman's club having meeting at club house. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Miss Alia Mae Garlington and Mrs. Ciccrge M. Hunt entertaining Chapter "N" of p. E. O. Sisterhood ut a luncheon, 1:00 o'clock al home cf Mrs. li. A. Lvncli, lii'tcil'-iins Club Mrs. N. B. Menanl entertained members of the Wednesday contract club and two guests, Mrs. F. L Eujtcr. and Mrs. J. [I. Elfcins, at ILCL' home yesterdiy afternoon. A flower scheme was carried out In the party. Vases of roses, peonies, ii.ises and snowballs were arranged around Hie home and the tallies were decorated with irises. Mrs. Roland Green received club prize, bath powder, and Mrs. Enjler, guest prim 1 , cleansing tissues, for hit')) scores in the bridge games nt the conclusion of whbh Ihc hostess served a dessert 'plate with -.•ollec. Bili'c Sluily Meets Mrs. Addison Smith was hostess to 12 members of the Indies' Bible Sti:Jy of (lie Church of Christ al her home icstcnlay afternoon. 'Ihc lesson from the seventh and. eighth chapters of First Corinthians wns led by Mrs. Harry Sansom. Mrs. Howard Wilson offered prayer. 'Ihc study group will meet next Wednesday -at the home of Mrs. B. £. ElicHon at 2:30 o'clock. Officers; Elected Mrs. Joe. G. Trcteclunann was elector! jjiesklent of Hie Central Parent Teacher association at a meeting: held at the school ycsler- i day alieincon when 04 members' were present. Other officers chosen were: Mrs. J. P. Friend, first vice prcsideWl; Miss Sunshine Swift, second .vice;, .Mrs. Louis O. o'baiicr, secretary; Mrs. Roscoc Crafton, Ircasuier; Mrs. W. A, Small, historian. A resolution lo give the Girl Lcoul organization $5.03 for their fund v/.is adopted during the business meeting at which time also Ihc minutes were read and the treasurer made her report. Mrs. Glazier read the by laws. Mit;i Lena Mac Oliver's firet. and r,ecend grades were in charge of the projratn which was opened by a song by the first grade, "The Old Hug Uoll" and a dance number b/ Joan Trcischmanu a n d Dickie Williams. Students of the first and second grades did a group reading following which a poem by a group! and ;i song, "My Dolly's Dancing j Lesson", by girls of the two grades i were presented. Preceding piano t sob:; by Jimmy Lowe and Frances i .•ihcuse. the second i;rade saug a .song. The concluding ninubei 1 on the program was a talk on "Safety" by Kay Thomas.. Cliih Ha:; Guests. Mrs. Earl KoonU, of FulloJi, Mo., who is the houscgucsl of her [ mother, .Mrs. E. M. Bryan aiidj family, Mrs. Thomas K. Malian.j Mrs. Robert Stocked, Mrs .Giles-! Icr Caldv.cll, and Mrs. Eugene Still, of Plymouth, N. C.. who is I I lie housegueKl of her parents,! Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Stevens, were j,Mir;ls of Mrs. Harry Kirby yesterday when she entertained members of the Wednesday Bridge club. Spring flowers were used throughout, the house and formed the centerpieces of the small la- Jilcs where lunch was served. In the bridge games. Mrs. ches- Irr Cnldivdl received the guest pi'is:?. Mrs. James H. ,Eell was hifth among the members and Mrs. W. H. iMmyard. second high. Have Mrcling of Cemetery Association Mis. W. J.I. Crow presided nt the business session when the JVlajilc Grove cemetery association FLAPPER FANNY By Syl "But 'Ugli Chief Chuck, I can't start a fire 'oy rubbing two sticks! , pale-face squaw heap dumb. Use one stick kiiullin'. oii'e stick matcli." met at the home of Mrs. J. W. Durham Tuesday afternoon to make plans for taking care of the cemetery during the summer. It. was reported that the group made $30.00 from the tag sale they held on election day. This money will be used to' pay a sex- ten lo care for [lie cemetery. The hostess served a dessert course of. ice cream and cake during the social hour. Osceola Society — Personal Attend ftarilcn rilgrimagc - Among the Osceolans atleudiii-j the annual Pilgrimage to Holly Springs. Miss, .this week are Mrs. Earn Ccfcle, Mrs. W. W. 1'reivitt Mrs. H. J. Hale. Mrs. S. L. Gladish, Mrs. C. L. Drake, Mis. F. P. Jacobs, Mrs. Sue Williamson ami Mrs. R. C. Bryan. Mrs. Bryan, who was accompanied by her brother, William Dillard. visile:! relatives in Oxford, Miss., before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey White had as their guests yesterday. Mr. jnd Mrs. A. Comvay of Blytheville, Mrs. J. 1-. Comvay and son, J. T. Comvay Jr., of Marshall, Mo. A. L, M=Neil of Little Rock was Ihc guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Blackwood last night. Mrs. E. M. Douglas of Memphis is the house guest of Mrs. George Edrington. Mrs. J. A. Mor'au of Fort Scott. Kansas, arrived yesterday to be Ihc guest of her sister. Mrs. -am Cotle and Mr. coble. She will also r.rcomr.any Mrs.- Coble aiid other Osccolans on a motor trip to Washington, Williamsburg, Vs.. and other historic points in the East next week. r.-. H. B!ack\v;a.l, f-.;comHinicd by Horace Eristhamof Little Rock, left Sunday afternoon by" motor for an extended trip lo Albut|uertiue, New Mexico, and other points ci interest In Ihc West. Mrs. Dwighl II. Blackwood visited in lilylhcvillc Monday night. Mrs. Susie Reiser, is in Newpert teday attending a conference of librarians and library workers. Miss Mary Ellen Edrington is enjoying a motor iri|j to Washington. Williamsburg. Va.. and otliir points In (hat section. She is ac- carnpan;.ing her aunt, Mrs. John W. Edringlon. who is attending the nation congress Daughters of the American .Revolution meeting in Washington. 'I lie party will inter go lo New York. Stccle-Cooler Society—Pci-sdnal Bits of News Mostly Persona! 8«nd«y School f he Test Mrs. Joe I-. HiK-k left Monday for Norfolk, Vii., win-re slio will join Mr. Norfolk of the United' Stales Navy w | )0 j. s S |,i(i(iii«l there I lor the present. They will make 1 Hieir hrme Ilicre. j Mrs. K, li. Walker returned" to Jndlo, Canf,, Mondiiy after n visit hero with relatives. She nccom-j liKined the body of Miss Albcrhi' Walker, who wns killed'in « plane, 1 crash in California, here two weeks | Mrp. Walter .noscntlnil will K o T. E. .Houston, of Tupelo, Miss, vlsltlnst Ills sister, Mrs. Euln D B.ckerslair, who is ,, Client lit Ihe Wall; liaspllal. Mis. Elliprt I lull mini returned iiijjiii f,- om Memphis where she went Sunday to visit her pa'r- enln. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dolan. Misii Nmicy Kirsliner. who formerly allendccl the University of Arkansas at Fayctteville, Is visiting li lends there this week •>. L. Guard, wlio mis slrlckon with an attack of Indigestion lust night, is confined to lib bed today till plans lu be out tomorrow Mis. W. J. Wundcrllch returned • loday lo her home in Springfield, i Me, alter « visit wit], |,cr son vv. J. Wiimlerlicli, and family M'.'. nnd Mrs. ]]. H. Hoiichins •we gone to. FiiJlon, Mo., to be with Mr. Houchlhs' mother who i.-i ill al her home there. ,.>T b. 'fiiii.ov, D. r>. Wltbr, o( A'dv'abce The story of tile transn'gtiriiilpn of Jesus is very i'CinnrkaWe, even III i| New Testnhicht, thai tells tis rciunrknblc thliigs. We imvc Ihc j:ortrii)al of Ocausas he iwdchpfl to the ft(4Ul- lutlq Mid n.i UV«.yU|tai jctt upoV\H|ln'i, not only to Ivenr His \voMs bift also lo sec Mis woiulroiis works, WoluVve (lie liilliiinte nctounl of Jtitis w||h the Inner circle of di»ctt>to, Rho we have tile long discourse, or series of l.ilks. IDsJ iyc cal( l&Vinort, on thq Mounl. which cftW ,q."t of this conmimtlon. wiih Jc^its *s lie rtict wllh ills Inner clrtlb 'of disolpica. Bui here, even frdlri Ihc l^icr circle of twelve, we linvo Jesus InkliiB three of Ihb <)lKd|)lcs— I'cter, Jjulics, nnd, . 'John—ai^l lii'lugliiB then) up onto a high mountain, where they hnd all cs- i pcrloncc Ihal inVisl hnvc sivcnglhcll- cd their failh and In r sbnu; wi\ys chaiiSMl Ihelr whole llvc.s. llerc oil Hie mountain. Je(jii$,bc!can\e (nius- loiiiii'd us Iliey cb.servcd JJIm, J((s nannenUs (jllsteh)ng with n vyhllb- iicss such as. ho Iliien on e'ailh iriitil nllalu. And nloji(( with Jesus Micro appenrc;! two. whom the dls- At the Hospitals Mi's, nnsil l/jckc niul Infant s on, Unjior Son's RirtInlay Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hopp;r were hcsis .at a twelve o'clock dinner Sunday In hcnor of the birthday anniversary of their son, Gray Hopper. * • » Club Entertained Mrs. n. J. latuiii wns hostess lo life Lucky Eijht club ai>:l an "extri table of giiesls at a bridge party last Friday evening. The Easter inotir was carried out in ail the decorations, place 'cards and refreshments. At bridge Miss Ruth MsDanljl wen high and Mrs. J. w. Reno drew consolation. The hostess served open face c,in:liriclics, stuffed ejgn, olives cookies nnd punch. Tile guests were Mrs. A. W. Jordan, Mrs. Dan Sltcle and Mrs. M^iriman of ,?l?ele and IAVO ladies of Blytheville. Missionary Society Meets There were 15 members nnd the following guests: Mrs. Ben w Burns. Mrs. Jchnnic Rhodes and Mrs. pelc Colcman, nt the regular meeting of Ihe Woman's Missionary scoiety when they had social (lay at the Methodist church Monday afternoon. 'Ihe Wcrld Outlook program I=d by Mrs. fi. C. Steele sr.. assisted by Mrs. Robert Slcele, Mrs. Carl Shceley, Mrs. Robt. Lsxwr'cncc, and Mrs. Jack Kelly. Mrs. Ncwberry Jr.hnson sang a splo. Mrs. M. A. i Mn'Kcy gave a report on lier IriiJ to (he state conference hi si. Loui.s . Ihey will met al. the church again next Sunday and reixtrts on the study course book will be given the niylhevillc hospital to the home of Mrs. Locke's parents, Mr. "and Mrs. Herman ness, yesterday, afternooh in a Haiimi ambii- | lance. J. P. Morris, of Lone Oak, wns taken to the Blytheville hospital yesterday in n Holt ... niiibulartce, I .where he underwent an operation I for appendicitis. j . MIsE Mayo Lone Is n patient n'l'l the Garllcy-Ramsay hospital, Mciii-' Phis,, -j : William Gene Sltsi, of Joiner. Is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospitnl. Airs. S. if. liawk. of Wilson, 'is' a patient .at the Memphis Methodist hospital. Lillian Glsli. star cf st^c.e and tciem, is looking forirard to hot wciillier already. ,Shc: recently displayed her slimmer wardrots and prominent Jn H vas the ••' chnlln ! n l! outllt alwv'c, conslsllni; """owd'of n ,|ress of while silk, with mnt- Identified .n«., ..jaljin hn'd Moses, who, talked wlUi Jctu's, r Pelc'r. alwayq trie ieadj- siwkcs- HJMi, WAS so ovpi-Wh^lineU )>y the .Vision thai lii tils eagerness, ho ejcclhllnrd, "^5%, : ll Js 'good for li*.to be liif're; any let un iflnke tlirec MuctythcJesi.Oh^o for tiico, niirt one for Moses, ahtl 'oric for Elijah." Wo me .told. thi^ )»o knew . nol, what he sald-whlWi \\tis been true of niore lliali olic...\vhp has had »o)nc Mtrtine ,, ,emotl6rtal rellKlons oxi>erlclKO,. Moreover, (ho (ll«;li)lcB «'«ro^ afra.ld; there was BomethlnB opl)al]lhB oha oveVwlrtltrilug to their Inlman .spirits 111 Hits niantfeKUv- 11911. ""I tl «*c camo ;n voice out at Jhc cloud, eayhi'g, "Tl(^ Is iny beloved .$611:. Jica'r ye }rii)l." H...w«»..tlioll .that "Die disciples foiutd Ihe.iriselvfs with jc s \is 'alone. As they caV)io down.lljc iiioiii)t'alii, He l<)ld Ih.fni (hat they should tell no irtiiii bf ,lho ,>vo)idcrful mlngis they l»ul S(j(;|i \nM\ after il| s fles- iirrectioii, bill they 'did not even vmterstand. al llio 111110 wlmt lie meant by Ills reference ,to rlshiK 'Again from |hc cleiid, ilow l)icy miis'l have recallc:! this ekp'cHclicc after Ihe crucill.xlon nnd llio licsur- rccllonl Wlmt coulldeiicc II must Iwve||vcij theih and what ' ° ekly days of The (.lory suggests Ihc place /of tich cxperlentet, In Uic lives of all SL^V 1 ' 6 dlsc| J" cs dla llot Kt *y upon ,u ( e mountain top. Ihey did not even return to (lie mountain top. expecting to have such a K lor ^J' 5 . 1 . 011 Win.. Tl, C y came t| o from ..the mountain, reminded by M ?*f£ r llmt '^V 6houl(5 " w ,1 ^ k >* bollt tllc • wndeH thing they had seen. Tliey tame buck lo.llio earth and to their daily tasks with. .the vision In a sense. >'finov«l. Those tasks were just as real, .their duties, and, obligations were no less urgent,. ami yet-Avhal It inea|it to have above this daily life the sense of this triumphant expcrteiicol Wo should, not value such extremely emotional, experiences, .loo highly, but neither should wo regard them too lightly.,. we should make Biiro.llint from all Ihe experiences on the mountain lop.. we. got back nto the realities of daily Christian living. Thai is the real test of Uio Master's presence nnd of our-lov- j' lo Him. ting design in bvowii. nnd n sailor lint of vMcl fell. WASH & GRBASE ?I.«"0 Wash, Grease, I'oli'ih and naxcd 55.01) H. K. SCHi\lL ! ClC "Esso" Station Main ami Division QUAKER OATS says 500-Mde Speedway's 1937 Winner, WILBUR SHAW, famed as a Great American Car Designer! has the stuff it takes!" rich SPECIALS Friday-Saturday- Sunday 13 C Amlirosiii I.aycr Cakes, 1'k'ich .... Cheese Tea Holts .......... Fruil linsli'cl Rolls |4| c Dnxch Ccokics, T Large Karn Pecan <|Jc ! l ie.s, Kach V* Try finr ilelieinus home baked Dread, Plume 110 BLYTHEVILLE BAKING CO. VtiS'ar Professor Says Love Won't Find Way TH'OY, N. y, (UP) - 'Hie old adage "love will find a iray." is » delusion, 1'rof. j. Howard Ifobson, rf Vassa'r Collcfee. says. He warned R;rissolacr , Polyleclniic tiisllLuic students, "If liiarital difflculties nrise, don't,expect Move will find a way' because that romantic b'slici is just a snare nnd n deliisioii. These difri:iilt(es heed a pVaillcjil rfioiiWer-tc-shoulder aHlludc." "Flowers Ih'at remain o|>en only "aI night are cither yellow or white. Scout JSleu's Boys Girls l.-'i'ilcl'ii C'diirse Will \'.cK'.n l.'i'iilay Niftlit Ihc leader's Trhinlii}; Course, "Introduction lo Scouting", will begin Friday ilicht nt. 7;M o'clock nt, the First Prcsbylcrlnn chiirch rather tl'aii tqnlfjht as was announced yesterday. The course'is liot only for scout lenders biit is 'tivnllable and vulim- l)le lo anyone who works with 3'oiiiiB toys. The carrlOn lily so perfectly imitates Ihc odor of -carrion that it actually Temple Israel Services To Be Held Friday Night HccaiKic of the annual convention al Ihe Arkiim.-is Jewish Assembly, which will be bold in liot. springs i'alurdiiy and Sunday, services for the conclusion ef Pa'jwpver will be held In Temple Isrfici l^ld.iy nlghl at B o'clock, "lielnrlcli Heine; MiVr(jii»\l Mini- will be (he topic of the sernimi by Rabbi Herman Pollack, 'ihc 'anniversary of iieinc is bclrtg coin'mcm- crated In recognition 'of Ills .service In behalf of rcllKlous unity, denio:- rney. and Ihtfnintlollal harmony. His writings us n poet and jwhnnlisl Imvo direct bearing on recent dcvelcpmehls hi European (ifTalifi. lieligioii.'i school otn'sses wtlt bb hel:l nt the usual hour. Similay nflcr'ndoii at 1 o'clock. / Husband Tells Coyrt He's "Bin ; go Widower" CCC Class Specializes In Etiquette, Bible SWlLiMlTY, Ore. <UP)_ EU- ijiictlc -IIIHI uibie .-itucllcs are more poiiiiliir Ihap forestry to youths in tha ; Mill City CCC cami). Of the, D5 members In i\ recent Bradiiallna. .dn'ii. in were enrolled in the elloncUc course. The Bible class, with n members, was the Kecoild , Invest, pliuss, There was cnly one boy enrolled In the forestry dniis. NERVOUS? . A .ciiblc Inch 'of water uiukc's approximately one ciibio foot or steam. . TOO I,ATE .TO.CLASSIFY Mr llcn'l 3 robin uufiiritOiliccI Apartment. 100 W. Walnul. Miss Rllsc Moore. 21-ck-tf. MpNTRlSAL (UP)—"I'm a b widower," J.nhcs Carilicrs tcs'tlfled in court here when he was brc'u'glit i!:> on c|i'Arges.qf tlirciitch- I'ni! his wife with n biilchcV kuHc. "My ,\yifo is .cmis'laiili'y running nil lo bingo Games nnd taking llio children with her/' ho said. T;t\o judsc reserved (teclsloh when Connor's wife admitted she did spend the "odd nickel" on bingo. and Groceries At A Savings Shop and Save Here We pay highest Trices 'on Polity nt all Times. GAINESMKT. fhoiie !tt 1)8 W. Naln St. FARM LOANS 1500 Mid Ur . .Arkansas and MlW" 1 rl l/ovest rates—lowest ripens* Also city properties DON H. KASSERMAN Tliomais Land Co. pnlce P. O. Box 470, Phone 627. - >'A ^ - O Install a morlcrn electric tangc in your kitchen, and enjoy a whole new world of cooking pleasure. lilcctric cookery is clean as suiVshin'c—'ho snibkc or soot to soil curtain's,or darken yonr kitchen walls. It is faster today than ever before, and it cuts cooking costs to amazing new "lows." 5 C6oki(ig Speeds Hoipoim's arna/.ing new Select- A-Spccd Calrod cooking Unit brings iiiorc speed to electric cookery, nii(S saves in cook- A ing costs. Selcct-A-Speed Cilr6rl Sp.ted .fflr .crery cookibg need. 1 ittstaller! Complete ;JOWN i:,\t,ANCi: MONTHI.V iEE THE NEW . TRIG RrtfftUS AT OOR SHOWING, APRIL 11 TO 3d y*)K— An All Kteclric Kitch'eii Choking School City Hall Auditorium M6n. - Tucs., April 25-26 IODAYS After - JElastei: dlfearahce HKGINN1NG ritlDAY, APRIL 22 LEI til Everything for your enter tainment an'd comfort.- Admission Mallnre lOo A ? Admission Nltjlit Ifio & $6 0 Watch Society Of Courier News IFor Free Shbtt Guests biv ALL fi— COATS, SUITS & TOPPERS DRESSES Cue 'group 'i\'avy biiccrs, chiffon:, frori clicctis anil rr'nls, StZ to JH.75 values, ten days only $9.75 jOhfc grpup ilrcsscs, iiAvj- >t Hack sliccf^, iac'cs and friifcsy Wi'loiy lirl'ii'ls. DrtssCs wllh lallAfcti crats, Jusi I lie thins fcr sfinim6r »iar. fiport. Tfliiii frock line, Sll to JI9.75 rallies, tcii ilays °"'$10 and $11.75 O p »'c (trpup iVrJc'sscs, Silli., Sheers, I'rints .a n d Cpriifjlnalfiiijs, $1.75 lo SS.15. lixtra Vnliics, $4.95 '$5.95 & $i5.90 SUITS Sfari liiiiorcd Jitiits, S8.75 to SI6.75 Vaints. jiALF PRICE feLOUSES , Silk t'rcjic, ..Satin, ifjiii.lTfii, Lace , iMir! I.inch lilotLscs, In SZ.fiS values $1.98 SHOES EXTRA SPECIAL CLEARANCE or 'nil spVin'rv siloed, all colon; ithvy, black, liron-n itnd lirigf. cciiililnatiohs, 'grey anil blue cniriliin.itious nn'd red slraus, tics iind sauilals. yiz- rs 4 to 9, Wiilllis AAA li> ('. This !-:ilc ten days oulv, It In 5150 lines for $2.95 NATViHAI, RKIbCK AND TAFSKI. .TKfel) S5.nO, 3. r i.50, and S6.CO lines, !rn flays only $3.95 C'L'OSK OUT 15t) SHOES Broken fizrs, $.|.s4 to s'6.1, 1 ! values, Friday, Saturday '.t iMbn'day at i r it ycursL'H, all silcs liiial HOSIERY Adwiratibn, .1 il.i.vs POn Valu'cs .............. 6>ic S1.15 Values .......... l.ds'c Si. 45 Values ......... ..Jl.'OO MlLLlMERY Kisii,'Lcvis,ariii (ilJjcV makes, fitravvs, Kalirits," i' v ci(s. Sl.!tS to vSn.05 Valilcs, ten dAyjj rihly $1.00 - $1:98 - $3.95 PURSES rurs?s, (Jlnvits., anil Flowers AU Greatly Rrduccd The Ladies CORSETS Kiioo Corsets * 10 ''•• Disc'dDht INGRAM FJibjfE 05J BLYTHEVILLE, Also raramnunt .News & Selected Shorts. sio/n Matinee lOc & ?6o Admission %ht 16o & 3Sc ROXY Ailmissian alnajs JOo * 2Cu Matinees-Sat. A Sunrtay Nteht slioks—Box Office O|ich 7:01) Shows start 7:15 p.m. PAL NIGHT! Last times today for the Price ol 1 AIM Coiicdy

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