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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 4, 1930
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TWO BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Personal Interest -OLUB8 Activities and News of Calendar puild "'" . Btephm E$&jftpal 'tiurch '\ have |£'. Important bcsl- ioc at'ihft :^Cfpe oi( Mrs. A;"B! Fiirtleld. '"'' '. Rives Allen will have Ihe >.\Bt:eUog-e<, t;ne : Beta Chi {rjct pres|d*(\t and Mrs. Edgar Bar- u4i v ''is,the new chairman ,ot the •life' > Jegisl itive , Wtii m Ittee. , If •..', • •«.'.'^A* ' f jr;Ki.'opl &&:'<# «i* First btrian church at 7:30 o'clock. Woman's missionary society Of -trip First Me thcdlst church is aMttig at Ute church at 2:30 o'dofk' for » business mealing and eoUijcUaa'of the. calendar fund, and tbji wiU be followed by a study les. . ICr*. f. Nick Ttwmu'wlll eutcr- Ulp the Tuesday Bridge club. Tuesday Luncheon club la {Meting With Kirs. W. D. Cham- bite Jr. '.'r . ' ThBTMUy lie MId-Week club is being entertained by Mrs. Harry W. Haines. Tio Jewish Ladies aid society is meeting at Manila with Mrs. Max Uarowsky as hostess. Members arc matting at the home of Mrs. How- liort at 7 p. m. B. Reid Is hostess to tie -Yi>i*« Matrons Bridge club. . jbi Thursday Luncheon, club Is tq&ting -wllii Mrs. Everett fi. pee. • : -!;j '; ":'.' : ''.'...'''''" •.-'••';$: Bftal OTUUi IMft •BftT""- ' At:the business ancj j^ciai Ing of the Ladles B|ble • Sunday school class of the.First Methodist Fh.urch Friday evening Mrt. Zeph O'Brien and Mrs. • E. P. Roc were hostesses at the church. The 15 members present- heard ti.'.j devotional given by Mrs Saihe Hubler, Miss Hilda Holland read and tllss Mary Cuminlngs played the piano.- A(ter the buslnei* session, presided over by M«. w. A. Stlckmon, a Bible contest and airplane game entertained the women. The hostess served dainty refreshments. Next month the group will meet at Mrs. L M. Burnett's home with Mrsr. Stlckmon also a hostess. IUye Zone Meellni Friday of Methodist Miwiotmy Women , Members of women's missionary societies In ten churches ol Zone l, of the Methodist church, attended the quarterly meeting at Leachvllle Friday with -fourteen present from this -city. --. -.- • • ;•' Besides the. chairman, Mrs. 'o'. 0. G«iUk«. the Fiiwf:<jh.OVch had; Mfs- ii<Jies/J. Wilso4;Henry, J. 6. : Sufl* miry, 'J. E. CrjtzVtiJecirte ,M. Oio, W. A. Stlckmon,'P.-Q'.'Rprle,™"-- oJi. cotninlttees to be in charge oj For-the program and entertalu- mttit committee, Joe Applebaum is rtHiirinKn and other members are: Richard JlexSM, Aaron Rosen thai, Mr»; WaKer. Rosenthal, Mrj. Roy-. latic\- Wolf or t. Mid Mrs. Rose beji c|f -Osceola. I. Harwarg, o^.-.psoeola, is. chair j aai hls.eor.w^wrf riarcfi'-JVi RcJMqttttl, galh'noriftan.'Jaci ptybtum' and A. Fendler, of > For the finance commit'• ~ Is chairman ar 5/rcet church. • •, • , . . '.•-;'; j.Wj;'.general rastiilif-of'•ml»iMi»i ' la. " , --, |4isj Pauline Lang is publicity' chidrmin with Louie" Isaacs'^ assistant'. '..;.,•-,.,;•.»:-! -. On -the sick" 'comriuttee are: -i: - William . berg- of: of Manila and Sam Joieph, ..' ' . . • ,tee Appie>>»UBi'U>ie<(etary of the orginlmtinn", ,- :t(vi't!es was t»ken;iip In'><[• pro' firam led by Mrs. B: K! Bogah, ot Luxorft. Mrs. Ira .Gray gave an address on mission study' and 'outlined Ihe book "The Trial of the Cdiiqiiesta.dqij". nq\y. -being used, Mrs. P, Q. Rorle sang and Mrs. J. Honian Holiday Bits of News Mostly Personal ST. STIFKN CHURCH W. P. B. BjLtjnr of Cape Glrar- dcay will cpnduct church, services at 11 o'clock Sunday morning. The public Is cordially Invited. . number..-was "Con Eider. attcl Hear' Me." -Mrs. Hobdy, of.'LcaqJiyillif, gave a r<ad!xg and u representative ^' ''' Whcm not in I?ome, thL5 Is how the Remans do, Smlllnj ^Igtwrlna Mn- rle Vlry Androncno, away from the Italian capital on-vacation, here is pictured at the Lido in Venice, Inhere shj has been buying short n the tat'nlng suit market. The costume's of lace, not like grand- iicthcr vised to wear. If shs's goin? hcmc scan, It'll be'no wonder that nil roads lead to Romel ^'of Cara.way . church told of plans for forming a missionary society In that com- •'k.'-Sewell' Aft The.7 ? B ctes . EcfccoJ, .to. fsfmlpt s, will for l ••-"•' class FrV .aim to be iVB'of art. This __ = ted; in a "series olpipo- giirns to be -. presented In , the school tierrfl- -J.". If \~ Officers elected toe;: Estra Livingston, president; -'jessetyn Blq- ...TE-.'.I • -^--""president; Lorlnne -Elizabeth Bprum and jsiierj- mijmbers of live r . r . iccmjniftee."' '|n the -program presented .at the organisation moaUnj thesijtallp were given of well knDim painters! "ar JCE'r.iu Reynold-,, 1 ' Jcsselyh Blcineyer. and Prances Little; ''Gain&boTous'^," -Ann Jane Branton and Mary Elizabeth Borurri; "liahdseer," Lcrinne Coulter. 'of Marlon, numljy. ' ; Mrs. 1 tits and assist.. ... thai all day meeting. At noon a delicious lunch wns served. Churches represented were: Bly- fhevtllc's Firsl 'and Lake Street congregations, OsccpU, Wilson, Luxora, promise Land, Yafbro,"V""" •—•--••- and Caraway. " Fuaeral fcryices Held For Miis Julia Coburn CARDWELL, Mo.—Funeral services were held Wednesday for Miss Julia Coburn who died Tuesday of Indigestion. Sha was the daugh-' fer of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coburn of Arbyrd and was 17 years old. • - Sunday Is Rally Pay at Presbyterian School ID Rally, day at the First Presbyterian church Sunday school which also means promotion day tor members of the cradle roll, junior and Intermediate departments. ,ln order to have n : better .graded Sunday school,, a riumter of changes have been made In the first -floor Of the church building which will'now mftke all younger departments on this Door. The major change was the erection of a wall across a irortlon of the social room. A special offering will be taken at this service. FnpUs Gfrc . Pupils o! Miss Leone Callicotte's pluio class ' a demonstration to'their parents.and friends last evening at the First Presbyterian church with' Miss. Jessie Bryant of St.- iCTiis, of the Progressive Series charge of the unique program. ''"Sight reading, playing selections ft cm memory and rb-ylhin was stressed Harold Nathan Ros- services were conducted y Ihe Rev. Carrington of Senath. 3urlal was In SHyerdnle 03inctcry. J. 'W. Splcer a member of the Shawnec sclwol facully attended to buiiners here Friday. iton Robinson has returned ionic from Liltle Rock where visited for two weeks. Miss Leone CaUicoil has fcs.-lier guest for the Veek-cnd her sister,'-' Miss Lillian Calllcott, of Rives,' Tenn. , - j ;* Miss Opal Powell, who has .been'-ill for several days, Is .improving.' ' the Rev, E. K. Latimer has're- covered from several days illncw. Miss Martha Reynolds Is spend-. Ing the weekend In Memphis as the tfucst of her cousin, Miss Nanette Browne. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls and Gratly Cancer are in Memphis tonight for the Central Hl-Biythe- villc football game. ' • Among those going to St. Louis tpnlght lor the World Series game tmoiTow are: Tom Whltworth. Jeff Rowland, Horace Walpole, A. E. Scolt and Joe Isaacs. ' Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McOll had as their guests last weekend Mr. and Mi's L. H. Harris, of Memph'li, Mrs. Loy Welch has recovered from a two weeks illness. Arthur Patton is spending the weekend in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McCall and daughter, Becky Jane, were vlsjtors 'n Memphis Friday.' '^ Mr. aiid Mrs. A. G.^AHken and Iheir two daughters and one son who have been 111 for two weeks are now improving. Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Mlss'sue Butt are In Memphis today.. Mrs. H. B. Oakcs is improving after several weeks serious illness- Mrs. James B.'Clark and Mrs. E. M. McGall were visitors''in'MeinphIs during the first of the week. O. c. Barnes, who has been seriously ill for a week, Is belter. .. Miss 'Artie Eaton, who attends Jonesboro college, Is at -home this weekend. J. Graham Sudbury is In Memphis tonight for the football game between Blytheville and Centn High', , . " Joe Franklin Gay, son .of Mr. and Mrs L. E. Gay, is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. • Miss Helen taShot Is a ' piiie'n at the Memphis Baptist hospital.- 1 CHRISTIAN CHURCH K. K. Lattaer, Mli^Mfr Church school, 9:45 ». m- • Communion end sermon, 11 a. m. Subject: "The Open Door." Christian Endeavor societies, 6:30 p. m. Evening worship and sermon, 7:30 p. m. LUTHERAN ^HUKCH II. .J. Kltindkmt, Paitor Sunday school and Bible class, 15 a. m. Divine worship, 10 a. m; . Ser- lon topic: "Our Help Cometh From ic Lord God Who Made Heaven nd Earth." . Services are held at the St. Stehen Episcopal church. SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON SATURDAY, OCTOBER What Makes a Home Really Christian? d»j School Um>n (or Oct. S. Hake* » Home Holly Chrb- l»k« 1:5, 6, 5T-M, 7«-M- BY W3f. E. G1LHOY, D. D. BiMur ff The ConfrefkttotulUt With this lesson we enter upon (be second half of a six-month's course of ctudy of representative men and women of ihe BIWe. For this portion ol the course we turn from the Old Testament, to the New, arid while the subject matter LONG SEARCH ENDS NEWPORT, Ind. (UP) — Seven years ago. Mike Chisel, 46, wns ssntenced to state prison for a one to five year sentence on a liquor chaige. The day before he escaped from the VerinlUton ' county joJl and had been sought until captured, in Milwaukee recently. D RIDGE crilhal/ Sara Pauline Evrnrd and Belly' Lou Kramer playing from manjTy and Ettra Livingston anc Pauline Fowler demonstrating siglil reidtng. "All 'younger members o: the class took part In the demon- Etritton. - •• -.. -. - »- • « Amrftary ICwts . Tt-e "American Legion auxlllar: of ithisf .city has 89 paid up mem- beJSffor.1931 according to a report giil«n'"«l the nieeting Friday after- po^Wti^n ' Mesd,ames C. R. Babcoc^, Welch Foster and Harry W. Ittjaes entertained .the - group al t^ri&%* home, : -•' • • : . ptias^irere made' for 'a rummage £»ie '.next Saturday and other activities discussed. ; ,_KLCN, the city's . broadcasting n, complim^rited the auxiliary .'f' special p'rograjri;. of music Urwwlcast at 4 olclocfc. Mrs. George if.'-;.:t{«, chalijnan; of the music eobatittee, .arrangrt'/'thc phono- B\'- WM. P. McKENNEY | Secretary American Bridge League A fe\v days ago we explained the opening leads n go lust a no trump declaration when partner had bid. You, will recall we said when liold- ng four of our partner's suit to the ace, king or queen, the fourth best should be led. An example of that play is given in the following hand. The Bidding South, the dealer, holding two and one-hall high card tricks and a biddable spade suit, opens one tpa'de. West lias the required strength for a one no trump. North posr.5s, and although East's hand holds a singleton spade, 11 is worthless and he must pass. NORTH The newest necklace is the jew eled collar of beads or scintillatliv brilliants. These me fashioned to fit Ih neckline perfectly, and. are cut jus • WEST 0 5}—ft-)-4 H-U-10-4 U—K-i-53 H-K-B «ST D-10-8-Z , - c-'- 8 ' 7 '* «Ii. M . 2 0-0.-7- 6-t SOUTH—DE»U» t— K-9. ' S-MO-9-8-6 &-Z H-X-9-7-S xlectkms. Cake and f this;Uii\e. hot . ''|Tbfre are tiro meroWrs here who " '- _ ,. 'slate pocttioris ~- teceived «£•'«»•&•conreotion recently, - -Proeior wis rrc'r^'.ed dis- ^cr'riine in all.' The Flay .If'North were to open the q;:cen of ^pades, the top of his partner's suit, • gair-c could not ko slopped. West, the declarer, would,win the first spade with the ace and then lead, a ;diamoud. South would gel In with the occ of diamonds and .*-jn.his king of spades, bul tho declarer would then have the spades stepped a second time with the Jack! Declarer would therefore mrtr four-club tricks, three dia- -»nrt tricks and-two. spade tricks Thc proper opening, as explained when holding four o[ our partner's suit headed with the nee. 'king or queen, Is th.3 fourth best. Therelore North's proper opening would be the deuce 6( "tpiides, South going up with the king. Declarer would win with the ace nnfl then L?nd a small diamond, golnp up with the queen In dummy. Souih would win with the nee and return the ten of spades. If West did not refuse to covjr, South would then lead the line of spaclcs. which would force he jnck from the declarer and would win with ihc queen, •forth would then lead the seven of pades, which South would overtake with the eight, cashing his good six if spades.' He would then return his fourth best heart, the six spot, which North would win with the ;ing, North returning Ihe eight ot lenrts, which South would win with the ac.2. Playing the hand with the fourth best opening, North nnrt Snuth would make four- spndc tricks, a diamond trick and two heart tricks. or seven .in all, detesting declarer's contract one trick. As you c.m readily see, the difference between opening fourth bett o( partner's suit in this hand-and opening the top of your pnrlhcr's suK, when holding" fovir. to' ace,-king or queen of your partner's suit, is tour tricks It North held only three spades to ltt queen, the proper opening would be the queen..'There would be no. advantage in opening low a the declarer could block the suit olf and then when North won wilh his .8CEOND BAPTIST CHURCH K. Z. NCWMOI, PuUr Sunday school, 9:« a, m. W. /I. Blaylcck, -superintendent. Church services-11 a. m. and 7:30 .m. by the pastor. Morning subject, "A Religious Home." Evening.subject, "The Way o Heaven." B. Y. P. U.'s6:30 p. m. We are expecting a. large crowd sunday. Come and worship with u?. IRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH M. C»lUw»y, P«*t*r Prc motion day will be combined, wllh Rally day at the Sunday chool hour when n*ore than 50 luplls i'lll receive certificates from Ray Worthington, superintendent. very pupil is urged to be present, Sunday school, 9:45 a,,m. O.iurch, 11 a: m. Subb)eci:- "Be- ioM the, Man, Ills Life."- -. Christian Endeavor! society, 6:30 m. Louise Simon, leader. Church, 7:30 p. m. Subject; "The Sword pf the Spirit." All are cbrdlally invited, ., FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Alfred S. Harwell, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. diurcli, 11 a. m. Former Congressman William D. Upshaw, ol Ulanlu, Ga., will, speak on "Bunding Citizen.'; for Uncle 6am." B. Y. P. TJ.'s 6:15"p. m. . Church, 7:30 p'. m. Subject: 'Man's imperative Ql'jojce.". comes from the New estament It relates to that per- XJ of events between the Old esUment and the beginnings of hrlstianlty. The home to which we are in- 'oduoed Is really a Jewish rather han a Christian home, so lhat we re at once challenged with the uestlon What do we mean by hrlstlan? Tills home Qf Zacha- u and English, in which John the laptlit .was porn and grew up, had urely all the factors and elements f a Christian, home. One would not wish to mak? a ecluilcal distinction or cleavage Between thej home of Zacharlas »nd Utabeth and the home 'ol Maryr nj Joseph In Nazareth. ThtK homes had the common element* f honesty and piety, devotion to ruth, and love of righteousness: Tor was ttie religion of e it her. of- hese home's In any sense formal; t .'was a ^eltglon touched with llprlous dreims and high hopes which led ' these devout souls to ook for the coining of the Saviour, Sincere Goodness When . we think of Christian lomes, we should think of the word Christian as large and "com irehenslve' and inclusive, and not as technical and narrow. What onstltut«s a Christian home is its ;ood ness and the quality of its re ationshipjs. ' Great lives In the history of the world do not come by chance any more than great events or great movements. John the Baptist could nut have been born in any home, nor could any woman have inoth- ered the pure a;nd perfect Christ. Here In the backgrounds of «arly Christianity we see the-, roots arid sources, in all that was good in the lie and religion of the day. We might say, in fact, all that was ilg_he£t. zaeharias' was a priest— not CHUR0H OF CHRIST J. .A. Taylor, Minister,. The church of Christ", which meets at' the court house,' will have these services: Bible school,'10 a.m Church. H a. m. Subject: *T\H Cost of Christianity." Church, 7:« p. m. Subject "The Cost cf Christianity," continued: - • A cordial welcome to all. • LAKE STREET METHODIST • CHURCH W. J. LeRoy, Pastor , Sunday school, 8:45 a, m. Pastor's message, 10:50 a. m. Sub ject, "Is There a CbrlstlaA Ham in B.lytlicvillc?" Suppose you were the judge. What would the Terdtc be? age for the evening Woman Wllh. the She Is In the Old Pastor's me;: service, "The Painted Ffcce." Teslament. Do you know who he preacher v:ns? What did she do Hear this message.. Visitors and strangers cordiall invited. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH P. Q. Roric, Pastor Worship and sermon II a. m.ani 7:30 p. m. Morning service broad cast over KLCN. Special music. At evening hour the third of the series of sermons on the Holy Spirit, Sunday school, 0:45 a. m. faithful priest whose religion was >t In any 'sense ' formal, but who with his wife, lived in relationships .. ;,T«t: L«ke 1:5, 6, S7-6S, 76-80. '. '/":_ There was In the days of Herod, the king of Judca, a certain priest named Zaeharias, of the ec-ursc of Abia: and, his wife was of e daughters of Aaron, and he r 4? me was Elisabeth. - . And. they were both' rightly?'before/ Gcd, Balking in all the commandments-and ordinances of the Lord blameless. ' ' Now Elisabeth's full time came i that she sliould be delivered; and she brought forth a son. j And her. neighbors _and lier coustos shewed-great mercy uppn.her; arid (j«y'''7f3oi.c;d-with'her. And it came to pass,-that .on the eighth day they came J ;o ciir- . cumclse the 'child;'and they-called 1 him Zaoharlas ( after the name of his father. " 'I ..... And his mother . answered arid-said. Not so; ibut he shall bo' callecT John. - '. - •- . . ' " ' ' • " •' *'.-•] /•; And ttiey said unto her, There is none of. thy kindred that i-Is-, called by this name. Ami called. they made signs' to his' father, how'he,would have 'him . .. . And he asked for a writing --table, . and y-rote, saying, His nafna... Is John. And they marveled all.;; '' '" ' of holiness with such'sincerity that I And . his mouth was opened Immediacy, and his, tongue., lotscd;' we have accorded them the highest and he spake;. and praised .God. • - '••••- •-••: :.: . .•• '', ; ;i ,And fear came on all that dwelt round abou^ them; and -alK V these - sayings w«s iiblsed abroad' throughout'all .,the | hiir'"qcuntry '' Rally, 2:30 p. Former Con- Ike demure roiunl collai-s, many f them haying little bows, Jabots, and other tailored touches vherc they, fasten in front. Somo of them have the beads vorkad cut In checkered or flowered' design. Others are just rows ipon rows of guy little brilliants. They avc escsptionally good on elvet cr crepe afternoon frocks and of course, very, very good on .; very young. Hospital Notes Patients admitted to the Blvtho- ville i-.cjpital: W. A. Willlford.'cityi Bernord Huller, Tomato: Louis Malone, Tomato. Hightower News Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cook visited relatives at Lcachvlllc Sunday. Mrs- R. B. White is in Luxora this week. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Fondren vis- ilcd Mr. and Mrs. Charley 1'clcrs of "fell Sunday. Mr. and. Mrs. T. A. Martin visited Mr. and Mrs. Troy Rainy Sal- urday night and Sunday. ' quton on the third lead of spades, j A good number have been at- he would undoubtedly have to switch-to a club, which is his own Icng suit. tending the fair this week. Johnny B.;rry and family cf Big Lake visited al Hightower' Sunday. gressman William D. Upshaw of Atlanta, Ga., will speak. Junior, High and Senior leagues, 6:30 p. m. Board of Stewnrds Monday, 7:30 p. m. Every member of the board is expected to be present. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 1:30 p. m. "The New Life in Christ" will be the subject. This Is one of the scries of lalks on the Apostles Creed. . . . Choir rehearsal Wednesday, 8:15 p. m. Exactly 30 days until North Arkansas conference convenes at Helena. word of honor, that they were 'both righteous before . God, walking in all the .'commandments and ordinances of .the Lord'blameless." The circumstance's of the birth of John need not be dwelt upon, nor the joy tlut- the .coming of the babe brought to the hearts of tlijs couple long childless- What we should emphasize rather is the In- iwr aspiration with which these faithful souls devoted then: newborn babe to the Lord. John, who was to prepare the way of the Lord, had his own way well prepared in the devotion of these earnest parents. They trained him. for the work he had to do, and he comes to his task unspoiled and uhpampered by a slack and easy-going father or mother. The whole situation was, |n Tact," very much .in contrast, with what often happens in the World. It has become almost a byword that child-" 1.5S5S homes Into which a child comes late are often marked by tragedy. Discipline Needed, Too The parents In their joy are under great temptation to assume an indulgent The child ia not subjected to the discipline cessary for his own good, and too often the child of hope and promise has brought his gray-haired parents in sorrow to the grave. Sincere religion Is strong as well as kindly. It ha'a regard for discipline as well as for gentleness. It considers the County Educators Are N. E. A. Life Members Of the 13 women in Arkansas who are life members of the Na- Uonad Educational association there arc two In Mississippi county, r,:iss Willie A. Lnwson, county supcrln leiidcnt, and Miss Georgia Lte Stuart, of Manila. The remainder of the 70 life members from this state are men. The 3750 life members in the national organization arc lendersln this field who have been chosen because ot their ability in educational activities. Read Courier News Want Ads of.Judea. ., . •And all- they that ;he^fd. :i yiem laid them up jinuthgir. hearls, ' saying, Wha.t mannCD of-child shall this be! And the nand>«f the . Lord was irith him.. ; . . . . And thou, child,, called the prophet-of..tlie .Highest:-for ' thou's'hiilt go 'before ! Uie'face' : 6f-'the tord-to prepare hlsi ways;To. give knowledge of salvation unto his p«>pl?.' by the remission of their sins. ' • • • Through the tender mercy of our'God; whereby the daysprins- Jcom on high hath visited us.. ir,-ii,;^p.;'-' ; |r.".'••'•' :; To givq light to them) that sit In darkness.and'c sliaiiojv of •', death,-, to guide our feet into the way of peace." " " " " ' "' ' And the child grew, and waxed strong, in' spirit,; and- h( *as' In Kie deserts till the day ol.his shewing unto Israel. ' • ' " .*';;!.' '.'. : ' ' genuine welfare'of the child and not merely his ease of his pleasure, and Ihe child trained' under such ruggedness of Ills surroundings. Wq can see quite plainly in these parents and in this home the natural qualities and the factors of spirituality and common sens? that went to the making of such a figure as John the Baptist. The "simple directness that marked his character was about him'Jrpnv the days of his babyhood, and the. rugged strength which his" very food and; raiment suggestec^Were the natural .heritage of- his daily environment. Moreover, he had that Individuality 'which it Is the part of all 'good parents to foster' in' th^jjr'.children. . He was not simply thi'product of. the minds of his parents. They in- • flunced htm, but they developed in him a mind and a will of his own. ' Here are the ideal ends of tl".: good ' home life and the factors that make for child training to produce s'.rong • manhood. ' When one contemplates this, lion:,:: ; arid, thinks in.contrast of the In- . pumerable homes where children grow up with no such love or guld- • ance or control, one does not won-.! d-^r that the world is still so far from that kingdom of which Jesus • typified in the children. : What car c ' we should take of • those of whom Is the kingdom of heaven! County 1 Baptists; cation, Dallas Faulkner, Paragould; Stewardship and Tithing, .Alfred S. Harwell, Blytheville; Publications, P., B. Langley, Blytheville. ; to Meet Tuesday at Leacliville VEKGIL BUST is GIFT CLEVELAND, O. (UP —A bronze The Mississippi County Baptist, tut of Vergil,- Italy's gift to lls Association will meet at the representatives In Cleveland, Isbe- Ltachvlllc Baptist Clmrch Tues-i "gsent here to> be placed in the day, 10 A. M; following the as .: Italian Garden at.Rockefe ler park, sociational rally Monday evening I The. bust was; made in Italy. It at 7:30 o'clock when Elder Man |has a marble 1^, part ot thc.c3l- Warren, of Wilson, will delive r the^'™' 1 , 6 »' "Jf °™ Romo " ^V."?' 1 inspirational address. 'Elder D. B.' ll . w ' ** dedicated some times this- Cook will 'deliver the annual ser.-' mont "' • ' ' • • •• ; ( m D!irlng the 'as,,ociatioi, meeting Read Courier News Want-Ads. these reports will be given: Asso- j MATFJINITY HOSPITAL lOir..^'- clation missionary,, P. B. Langley, fortunate girls; -secluded, private, Blytheville; Association missions,; jat^ reasonable. For information O. R. Tyler, 'Manila; Slate mis- j w u e Falrmount Hospital, 4911East slons. D. B. Garner, Armorel; Home ! j7th, Kansas City,'Missouri, missions, Man Warren. Wilson;!^ ''•' " — -^—r.M'i Foreign missions, C. B. Welch,! Osceola; Temperance, C. L. Thomp-| son, Jonesboro; Orphanage, Ralph i Kerley, Jonesboro; Sunday schools, James A. Lnnsford, Jonesboro; B. Relieve* a EurfMhe W Nev)dff», V. P. u., John B. Lane, Blythc- tr 3« mlavt**, ehetki • C«Ji Ue vllle: Woman's work, Mrs. R. H.lflnt day, .a*! ckccte IW»ri» In Jones, Osceola; Hospitals, J. A. I tkree day*.:' • , ..- i' .'Knight. Leach\1llc; Christian Edu-f 666 tbo in YOURS-The Joys Offt iving . Do y<«) t'' a '"klckV.,oul of life, or do you merely exist? Maiiy'. hoinan ailraents" (Ausiu; depression and can be r. traced to the-- spine. ,\ chlropracUo a*jBsti»ent will re. Here' 'nerve pre«snre and jive yo«'a : 'ncw outlook. Dr. W. S. Eastbum Thlrnprart'c Physiciin JOtb and Kelly Sis. Phone 23 HON. Wm. D. UPSHAW, "SUCCESSOR TO BRYAN," , "Fighting Georgian Congressman" 11 A. M. f IC/T B/tPTIJT CHURCH "Building Citizens fov Uncle Sam." Sunday afternoon 2:30. "County wide good citizenship." Rally Subject "America'^ .Greatest 'Battle." Supt. Crawford ~«^ill introduce Mr. Upshaw. • Dollar^ill offer ed to the man who goes to sleep. , : ^- ^ ' ' ' ' -^

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