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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 23, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS COimiEB NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET Tiiis Ticket VS'U) AdmJt C. 3f. Bradilxcr & Companion Route 1, Havtl, Mo. —;o Uie— BITZ THEATER —to see— "HER JUNGLE LOVE" Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Circle One cf Woman's Missionary Union of First Baptist church meeting 2:30 p.m. at church; Circle Two, Mrs. Lloyd StJc&non; Circle Tnree, f.Ire. T. I.-. CnssWy: Circle Four, Mrs. Ivy W. Craw- lord; Circle Five, Mrs. Quy Uurks. Woman's Missionary Society ot First Methcdist church meeting at' 2:30 o'clock at church. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. M. A. Isaacs entertaining Tiiesdar Bridge club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Wednesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. James H. BelL Mrs. L-. H.-Moore having tlio Wednesday Contract club. Chapter ,"O'' of P. E; O. Sisterhood meeting at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs, T. J. Mshan. Delphian meeting nt 9:30 am. at Hotel Noble. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. A. B. Falrfleld having Mid- veck Bridge club. Thursday Altemoon club meeting Tilth Mrs. Louis Apptebaum. Mrs. Everett B. Oce entertaining Thursday Luncheon .club. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. Edgar Boruiii. Supper Club Has Guests Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Hushes were guests of Mr; and Mrs. Cecil . Shane last nlglit when they entertained members of the Tuesday Night Supper club at their home. A three course dinner was served at small tables arranged in the living- room. Yellow rose buds in crystal holders were used In the centers of the tables and vases of white peonies and yellow roses were arranged throughout' the house. In the bridge games, Mrs. B. A. Lyncli won Ihe ladies' prize lor high ;:corc and Mr. Shane, the men's high prkc. . Entertains With Bridge Luncheon Mrs. 'Charles Rose, jr., was Hostess, to'. 11 Blythcvillo and Osceola guests : and Mrs. Eugene Still, .of Plymouth, N. c., liouseguest of her parents/ Mr. and Mrs. c. S. Stevens, yesterday when - she entertained with e. bridge luncheon. Mrs. ROM'S country home, was decorated in spring flowers which provided a. colorful background for the three course ~hmcl\ served n I. small tables, au-a the bridge games which followed. -. Tne colorful seasonal moiif of the party wss further emphasized by tee spring talller. used in the bridge games in which Mrs. W. J \Vimdcrllcli was high, she was presented a. piece of glassware. Have General Meeting "The American Home" was the program subject at the iser.cral meeting of the Woman's club yesterday afternoon when the program was preceded by « .discussion of business. Mis. S. S. Sternberg. Mrs. Joe G. Trieschmsnn and Mrs. R. E. Blaylock were appointed to the nominating committee during the business session. Aiso at this time a vote was passed to send the president of the organization to the national federation mcelins in Kansas City in May. Exprcisiwis ot appreciation to people \viio helped ihe club when they recently entertained the Forrest City District Federation of .Woman's clubs were noted following W Mch the chib vent on record as i ;e ing opposed to war. Mrs. C. E. Crlggcr. delegate ta the. convention held here the 5th and Cth ol April, reported on t)^ -* programs presented s t the n >ccu' Kllllsas During the program hour ivhich was presided over by Mrs. E. F Blomeyer, Mrs. g. s. Steinberg talked on the "Influence of Muoli*. Art and LltcraUirq on ths American Home. 1 ' FLAPPER FANNY COPR. T?)| ftV NCAiftvlCC. \H4. T. M Bit U S Mr. O//, :HES "Nevermind—lean fix it so it'll look iust ;vs rjooO ns'iicw." "TlKtt'll be too good-it's an antique."' MKTIWOIST CIIUKC'II I-'. M. Swftt, patitor fl:45 ii.iii., Sunday school. l(,:4r> am.. Morning worship. 0:30 .Junior league. f>:30 ii.m. Young Propie'jf league, 7:^0 p.m., livening worslup. Monday. 2:CO o'clock, Woman's Millenary society meeting nt church. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m>, Prayer meeting. We are liappy. lo li»vo ! those wlio wish (o worship with us. SEfONlJ BAPTIST CHURCH P. If. itrnlf*nt pastor 0:45 a.m., Sunday .school. Superintendent. Tommy Begun. 11:00 a.m. Morning• sermon 11:45 p.m., B. T. U. 1:45 p.m., Evening sermon. . Wodur.sday, 7.^0 p.m., Mid-week lirrfyer. Wednesday. 8:15 p.m., choir practice. -Thursday, T.M n.m., teachers meeting. , We Im-llo you t<f all of oiu' services. Come;• worship with us. I'll.URIM I.UtJiEBAV ..'CHURCH ' •'• *•< • KttllnJlf nfti, pA^tor Gu-fuiay, school .arid Bible class, a.m.. i '.'•':.'• Morning services. ,10 a.m. Ser- tnoti theme: 'The Living Christ" Instruction class meet-'; Mondnv and Thursday'- 3 p.m. , t'lilulny fcliool teachers , Ifrlday 7 p.m. meet SATUKDAY, Al'lllL 23, -1938 Model All-Electric Kitchen On Stage Century.Old Organ Stolen \ AUBURN, Me. (UP) — -Thlcvfs broke Into the Baptist church 41 Penley's Corner and stole n century old organ. A. R. Wetenkamp & Co. Agents Memphis Tent & Awning Co. Call 181, 758 or 330-W for FYO» Estimates. Blytheville, Ark. Everything for your enter tainment and comfort. Admission Matinee lOc & Me f Admission Niijtit Ke & 36o ' Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests A. complete model all-clcclric kilclum, similar to the one shown in the picture above.. will be set up i.< the ftagc nt flic city hall auditorium where Miss Bonnie VJukc, nationally known food-authority and HP.ltl/* "a*1(*it/»n /^a.-no't imll >i/*>»l)ij»> /. r,-n~ ^,0^1,i,,™ __i.__i », , , .... t """ fs " c Ji «""l a free cooking school Monday and Tuesday afternoons. "The Fundamental Factor In Satisfying Human Experience." "Blessed arc they that hear the'our Revival." • | Blessed arc they that hear the 1 our Rcvlv third and fourth grndcs singing n etiests of Mrs. PhlllibrrVi riaiijhter, . irord of (iod-riiul'keep U" Lk • Sunday irrcup of soujis. Other munljcrs Dr. Edna Nles, and Dr. Carl NIc:;.I 11 . 28. . ' '|9:45 a.m. were: "Hells of St. Mary" and Mrs. James A. linrllelt. of Chl-l ' • • .' Interme< Bi-eniiig" Worship, T:3C o'clock, pastor will spfak. on "Conserving a cd Is (ienlh." I Corinthians 15:2S. The Lcsson-Kei-mon also Inchiues Sunday church school meets at "Song of the Isles" by the Bid's Elec club accompanied by Mrs, c. G. BrolVicrlon, "Dreaming" by the 4-11 c'lub eh'lv iiuarlette, and "Ploughini;" by the 4-H club boys' quartette. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. Tiinici 1 , Mrs. Jew Rldcnniir, Mrs. W. II. Godwin, am; Mrs. 0115^ Walker. They served a saltul plntc (luring Hie social hour. Has tluli P.irly Rases, irises, peonies, pinks, nud weigcla riccornlcd HID hnjui' of Mrs. \V. T. Oberst when slic had the Thursday Hook, club for an afternoon parly. Besides the members, guests were Mrs. Edwin Robinson. Mrs. Arthur Hushing, Mrs. Theodoro Logan/and Mrs. W. iyr. Burns. "At the conclusion of Ihe rook sames, the hostess served a dessert plate of strawberry shortcake and coffee. Mrs. James A. linrllelt. of Chicago, III., who has been tlir guest of tier brother, Jnmes n. Clark, and Mrs. Clark for five weeks, left Wednesday for Bunker Hill til. Mrs. Sheldon'Hull lias been ill at her home tor. a week. Mrs. l.ouis Ciraber, Mrs. S. Jlcilel nnil liouseguest..Miss Ocllr. Albrr- slcln of at. Louis, are spendlni; today In Memphis. Mrs. J. T. Coinvay mid J. T. Conway, jr.. 6E Marshall. Mo., have returned to their home nfli-r hnvlug bfcn the guests of Sire.. Conwnv's Eon. A. Conway, and NUs. Coinvay several days. Mr. Conway motored them trick yesterday. Bils of News Mostly Personal J. L, Guard is resting very well nt the Blylhcvillc hospllnl follow- uip an operation Thursday nl 8 tit. . alter having bten slrlcken 111 Wed- J. A. Puckctt wns selected ; Scout- News t Boys r— Girls TIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut unrl Eighth Alfred Carpenter, pastor .1:30 ,-uii.. .Sunday school 10:40, a.m.. Morning worship. Aiilhem. "Tlic Holy City." oiTer- tcry dnol—Frnnk and Alvin Huffman, jr. Sermon. "The Greatness ol feiuvalion." pastor. li:3ft p.m.. Training Unions. 7:30 p.m., Evening nreaehln" '. Music. "Se«k Ye Ihe Lord"' fccrmon, "The People Called Ban- 1 lists." pastor. All-chUrcli night. Wednesday. 7:00 o'clock, -. Department meetings. 7:30 o'clock. Mid-week nervier. 8:30 o'clock. Choir rehearsal. HILL GOSPEL CHURCH '•• E. • W, Crozi?r, pastor .:.''-: « n.m. Uunduy schqoh, s'p4' aivards to bc given. 11:00 a.m. Mrirnlng worship Tlir pastor will speak on :'Waler Baptism and Its Need in the Clnirch Today." 2:35 Intermediate-Senior Pioneers and the following passages from the Christian Science textbook. "Science and Health with Key to Ihc Scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy: "The lenor of tlic Word shows that we shall obtain Die victory >^^ u^»ivr. L luiiv-iio nnil i LUtll. >"C MJilll (jClilin U1C Ihe'Junior Pioneers meet at 0:45, over death in proportion n in J ...._!. HIIST CltUKCIl OF THE NAZAKENK Kit])lis 1). licaslcy. Vnslor 9:45 a.m.. fiilndny sehool. Noble McCtillar. siipcriiitriidcnl.! 11:OD a.m.. Mornlnc worship. Eermoii subject. "Aftci 1 Kastcr, What?" 7:15 p.m.. N. Y. l>. S. 7:48 p.m.. Evening service. Sermon i-iiljjcct. "Following Jesus." overcome sin." Page 427. A Christian Science program i.i broadcast, each Wednesday at 11:15 o'clock over KLCN. "Scouting and Its Fundamental JCC2 ' a \ 5 ^ ^ Valcr baDtismal .serv- Prlnciples" wus I ho subject of Ihc ao 1!ro g raii .. Roviva , ,,,.,,....,„ ..... — ^.^-. training course for .Boy Scout Ic-ad- ove i- KLCN Sund'nv 8"to a n -nid K: ' JO "- w " Vouth Council meet- tr* ii.llifll «.Q[; V^nmtll l.icl lli.,lll ot 'r... --- 1 ____ . _ . .' «- 1J v n.ln. tlllu (..„ which was begun last night at Ihe Flrsl Presbyterian clmrcli. District Executive Robert C. Macnab (aught Ihe course at tly mceling which wus' presided over by Marcus Bvnird.' clwirmau of tlie district scout, liiiinintr commil- Icc. who was astilsleit by Harvey Morris, scribe. night. senior patrol leader. He will work ttjinui |JUIIUI IfilUv'l. :LV \\tll WviK Mrs. C. \v. Garriean and Sllss with the Hev. E. H. Hall, of I.cach- i.iary Blanche Gay arc spending illle, and the Rev: S. 11. Salmon, me week end in Memphis. who were chosen as patrol leaders. M. Hall. Ted Rogers. Henry Kului. nil of Leachville, nud T. M. Kca, cf Jonetboro. 'Ihe next study will be rondui't- cd , next. Friday night at 7:30 o'clock nt the Presbyterian clnnvli. - f *• *••••"• ' n IHJ 11 i.* l. V.1 l«Js)Cll iir> |7ltVlUI H^MVIP'. Mrs. B. ». Niiliy, of Hot Springs, Among the 15 present were four is the guest of her dawghtrr, Mrs. cut ot (own people: (he Rev. B. H. J. Allen, mm Mr. Allen, and _ . Her son, W. b. Rally, ; , m | Mrs- Nnl . ly. Dr. and Mrs. \V. S. Eustburn are spending the week end In New Orlsniw, L,i. Mrs. Joe Elkiiis ami Miss Versa Karri:; are leaving tomorrow lor Houston. Gnh-cstofi. Tex., nnd oil Al. this liuif.. taking at r, " I -i-i *-"""" """•> <»UI UIC qu n 1 \ ' 1C1 ' W ; M bc Joi " C{1 U lvcn "'"" on by Mr. and Mrs. t,ce . courso will be .pspccUd lo lurn tlic qnestloimaircs which wrrc last . Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hood nml Miss Alia HOIK! will return to- mcrruiv (o iiu-lr home in Euporn B. N. t,Hinb jind family. .Mr. nnU Mr:-,. LrRoy Belt, or Mo - Hie SuoMs Son Born. • • •••• i ni, ^.^n-JUft of Mr. and Mra. I'at O'Bryant for a lew days. Mrr,. Lou E=hoU. cf Mpmuhh: w lio tormerly lived lure, is now able lo return to work nftor bavliif been In a Memphis hospital for sonic (line Frank (Jrear weekend In Mr. are! Mrs. • Ihc t. T. A. Elects Mrs. cosine Blacwetl was elected president of the Armorel i Teacher ablation ata meei'r ' cf that group at t h/schMTh u ,'i Cr ' day auemaon W hen Mrl L L ; f ' Kuuencr talked on "Health In onr'n Homt' S " and a nivi'ic,, pS^l pi " was preicuted. Other officers elected were: Mr= ii.' M. Turner, vicn-prciident; Mv:,. J. O. Hobgood. Eccrel«ry; Mrs E Jd. Hegenold, treasurer; 'MIS E L Hale, .historian. . Miss UcUa Puttie's room wa-j nrcjculcd the attendance nii^ a t the conclusion O f Ihc musical ,,io- srani M-lilch was opened with HI? Dr». Wert & Wert week with her patents Mrs. M. a Coake .in<! daughter. ,, p <' Coolie ' Pf L:ixor8 ' ' vr ° f Mrs " COTic ' s ., Ml .n Wl , J ' Wu "< i «»<*. !'''- ""IB** ar ' v ' hllllbl ' r a»tl - of WdhyvlHo. Mo., ,,, At the Hospitals i! patient nt lltr Walls hospllni. Mrs. Curlis Downs, of Mnnlln. underwent, an opernlion n( tlie Walk hospital this morning. Klf-i IinpRcnc Aycock was ^d- inltleri to Ihr McinpliLs Hands! hospital yr.itcnlay. IS. P. Prcsson. ol O.siToUi. \\iv- (nken to, tile Memphis hospllal ycstcrdyy. Forrest Norton .fenkins. of l)y- CKS. is a patient: at the Memphis | Baptist hospital. ^.^rs. Moblcy Kile.s and infant daughter werr removed from (Mr Dlylhcvillc. hospital yesterday in ;\ Cobb ambulance lo their hoinc 811 Httirn street. YOUR PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST Main &., 1st . Phone 111 S.AINT STEPHEN'S CHUKCII C. <!. Burke, rcclcr The First, .Sunday allrr Easier. Hcly Communion. 11:03 a.m. "Ho Is Risen, Alleluia." FIRST CHRISTIAN CI.HUUC*) illain uf Sixlli* ' .'- tieo. W. Patterson, Minister 3:45 a.m.. Bible school, W. o. Ocurin, superintendent. 11:CO a.m.. Worship, communion and preaching. "Fashioning. Transforming, Proving' 1 will be Ihc sermon' tl Demonstratioa Club News Notes rupsriay nud ^Fridny at 1:1 I'lHi'T S1ET1IODIST, OHUKCH II. Lynn i pa-,( or , , r In the absence of the pastor. thf.'Rpv. J. H. irbll. pastor ot the Oanlen Point aiid- Riverside cliur- I'hrs. will bring Ihe, message at (he 10:55 o'clock hour Simdav His " ' subject will "The Works' of rs o Gcri: Mho choir, directed by Mrs .'..I' ratlfleld - »»<! a 'male quartette will; sing. The 4C iT|«-s will te crosidcast ovpt- ' KI.CN thvoiiKh the .courlesy of Holt's Funeral Home. EveiTOiif Is cordially JnvJl- ed lo attend and (dose who can- na atlcmi plcnsc Ifslcn lu over Ihr- radio, Sunday school meets at 3:45 ;\ ni. S. K. Garrett. superiiilendcnl, iouiie People, under Hie direction of Mrs. L. I,. Unbend-. wi n hnvc oluirgc of the services Sunday evening at T:w o'clock. The subject, of the program will be "The Four Fold Life." FIRST PRKSBVTERIAN IJIIUKCH S. II. Salman, paMor The Rev. Fra!>k G. smith. I). D., well-known lo Blylhcvillc, fallicr of Mi-s. K, P. Kir.stincT. auci pastor EmrridiK of Ihr pfrsl Cougrega- tloua.l Church of Onialin. Neb. will preach tomorrow in Ihr morulnc worship service. 11:00 o'clock, on ing. •r.W p.m.. worship and preaching, "fc'iui Wages" will bc the sermon- Ilicine. Wednesday^ 7:30 ii.m.. sinning nnd fellowship ut chribUan Hall. We mcst cordially invite Ihc public. Strangers in our cily especially invited. We'll try to 'make you glnd that you came our way. O'jii.s'mrv SCIENW: SKBVICES 708 W. Slain "I'rotation Alter Death" is tlio subject of (he Lesson-Sermon which will l:« read in all Churches of Christ. Scienlisl. mi Sunday. April 2-1. lfl;<fl. 'Hie Golden Text r; "Verily, vcr- ly. I N\V unto you. Tlic liour is coining, and n ow j s w |, on ( i lc dead .shall hear tlir voice of (he Hon ui God: nnil llicv that hear shall live." John r>:^. Ilic cilnliotis which eoiu- Twelvo nicmberr, and three visitors attended l.hc meeting ol the Elmdy Lane Home Demonstration club Thursday aflernoon when Mrs. T. 'r. Campbell entertained them nt lier home. ; ; Tlic inecling was called lo order by the president. Mrs. j. T. Hipp, following which Ihe member, 1 ! answered the roll call by telling how many difTnrcnl. vegetables arc growing in their gardens at (.he present, time. Sonic reported a.s many ar. 15 kinds. Plans were completed for Better Homes Week. Mrs. II. McCord and Mrs. J. T. Hipp will conduct a tour of (he community. The next meeting will bc at (lie home of Mrs. J. T. Hipp. May 19. Mrs. Campbell was assisted by lief dnughters, Miss Vnnlta and Miss Imogcnr. in .serving fand- wlclies. pic with whipped cream and Iced ten. Luke News The cighlii Briuie graduates of the Clear Lake school were entertained Friday with a luncheon prc- iwretl and served by the girls of the seventh grade, assisted by Mrs. Charles Baggctt, the primary teacher. Pink rose buds in bud vases and miniature diplomas uwrKlnr; ilia plnce. 1 ; of Ihc graduates were used by the seventh grade to decorate the tables. A toast (o the class was given uy Ruby King. iyid Rulh King rend the class will. Short after dinner speeches were made by J. W. King, Joe Lunsford, and Sybil Blrming- hnm. SATURDAY 'Judge Hardy's Children' willi Lewis 8 I o n e,. Mickey ; K(K>r,cy. (Jccilia I'arkcr and i Kay gulden. Remember the laughs and heartthrobs they gave you in '"Vou'r« OnJy \ouug Once"? This is (heir newest and funniest adventure. j Cailoon & tcrial "Secrets of Trcvi- jiuie Island." Continuous sho»n^^ AclniiKsinu Matinee 16c & tSt !^ Admission Night Ilk- & 31c Prices change at 5:00 p.m. Rend Courier News Want Ads, ,SIiW'SON'S STATE LINE TAVEHN Arkansas-Missouri St;Uj, (.inc Highway 01 > Sunday, April 2.1, ite Merchants I'late I. r >c Choice of ^Icals: nakfil (Jhirhen ullh Hrcssinp Baked l.anili w ilh n|j,it ,| r lly Swiss Steak Choice of Vegetables: iN'cw I'otalocs English I'cis While Kernel Coin Choice K! Salad: Hllctd Tomatoes I'incupple S;iUid CJinicp of Dessert: Ho Jladrr Pin ice. frcaui Strawberry Shorli-akc E""" Ilol Rolls Coffee T C; , Sunday - Monday Also I'aramount News & Sclcclcd 1 ; shorts Admission Sunday Matinee • & | Night 16c & 36r t Adm. Alunday Malincc 10c A 2Jjc) Adni. Jloiiday Night 16e ' prise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bibb: -The l.i.-il. enemy thai *hall lw dcs( icy- Bulgarian Buttermilk Phone 74 Craig's Dairy Ov«r Jo* Tfuxf Btor« •WE MARE 'EH SK- Phone S40 SAVE AS MUCH AS ON 10 GAL. OF HI-TEST NO NOX GASOLINE 90c U',^ Pennsylvunia Oil, Scaled Cunlainers •' SAVEON GAS CO. 4 Miles No. of Htalc Line H. W. Gl HOIJ.ANJ), MO. Fur Laundry and Dry ('.lo STEAM IAUNDM ROXY Admission al»-ays Iflc & Me > Malincci Sat. & Sunday £ Night sho»-s—Box Office Opca 7:0(1; p.m. Shows start 7:15 p.m. 3 LasH'imes Today WOMAN'S ^^ a T^ iv ''" ircm tis tunnou ind Eiancs; of § the Marine Gold Rush wmes; " rwaaaesf '3«f Hitte's -fie- j stcrj lives again r WITH A HOTPOINT ELECTRIC RANGE "Spruce up" ihis jpring. Matih ihe smanncss of your spring ensemble with new dcess for your kitdicD. iJijiovcr the maulilcM cleanliness,h c .iuty and ctunojnj of modern electric cookery. Come in. Sec the oc\v lluipuint lilectric Range? ai our Spfing Showin;;, Aptil u [ 0 30. JMHV OM.Y S.MAU. BALANCE .MOM11I.V Tot cvcrjr Cooking occd. 8cc the Model Klcclric Kitchen AI Ihe. Kleciric Cooking School Oily Kail fluditorium Moil. - Tues., April 25-26 Arkansas-Missouri Power Corp. . tfon's Trip lo Mars'* wilh l!ii.,|ri- Crablw. Cuiitinuuii.s hliOnin- «.,i, ' Sunday - Monday Also l'o.\ JX«vlctouc News i, cdy.

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