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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 1, 1930
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PAGE TWO Bl.YTHEVILLE.;(A]RK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1030 Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Actftitiep and News of Women Calendar MoBiUjr . Society * • ~ 'w, Th* Beta 'crT'sunday school | »ar ; *»«;, * *• class ot the First Presbyterian the guest award, a handkerchief, went IT Mrs. Goocli. The hostess, assisted by her mo- served a church will have Us monthly meet ing with Miss Era Wright and Mrs, j C. R. Babcock as hostess at t!ie! G1ve D;ulce - hull candles, nuts and colfec, i A number of visitors from iioar- lott ™ the Halloween Baboo ck home. Circles 1, 4 and 5 of the mission- - ... ,. ... , . . ary society of the First Baptist dance at llle M * auditorium last church will meet at the church, Wiing Men Troy Floyd and his Mrs. T. H. Haynes and Mrs. Alvin »"•= Piece, orchestra played Huffman will entertain members of I Tl1 '"^VV.T' w^ V circle 2 at. the Haynes home and >* B «» an^J.'A. Waterman. Mrs. R. G. Cash Is hostess to cir- ,., Morgan-rinsco. A marrlnjQ license was Issued l«day to Miss Velma Plaxco and Mr. R. W. Mor/an, balk of l.uxoia. W. P. Roberts, of St. Louis, Is a guest ai thc Hotel Noble for the week-end. Misses Mary Emma and La- Vcrgne Hood are spending thc week-end al their home at Gainesville, Aik. Miss Avis Miller has gone to her home In Campbell, Mo., for thc week-end. Misses Frances Miller, Frances Parker and Nollle Kerr are la Mem- CHUKCII OF CHBIST J, A. Taylor, Faitor Bible school, 10 a. m. Preaching, 11 "What Is U to (continued). that coverth his sins shall not iproaptr' but vrhoso copfeaeth and jforttktth them shall hare mercy. ; Sunday •chool, 9:45 a. m, All are cordially invited. FttBT BAPTIST CHURCH A, S. Harwell, Pwtor Sunday scfiool, 9:« a. m. Morhinj worship 11 a." m. Subject: "Do We Love Jesus?" .B. V. P. U., 6:16 p. m. Evening worship 7 o'clocfc. "Tho I Way of the Transgressor Is Hard." j A cordial welcome to all. I .Deacon's meeting Monday night, .7;30 p. m. I :• Sunday school Worker's Council I Tuesday 7 o'clock, u. m. Subject: Important business meeting Wed- 3a a /^Uvt.ll.L nil •! . „ " WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON How Christ Give Strength Be a Christian^" cle 3. The Royal Neighbors will have a special meeltlng with Mrs. Laura Wade of Stuttgart, district deputy, in charge. Mrs. William McCaughn,ls hostess to the St. Stephen Episcopal Guild. The missionary society of the First Methodist church will have collection of Hie calendar fund al the business meeting to be held at the church. The Woman's Auxiliary of thc First Presbyterian church will meet ' at the church al 2:30 o'clock, Tuesday The Jewish Ladies Aid society is meeting with Mrs. Rowland Wol- iort for a call meeting .at 1:30 o'clock. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs Is having the Tuesday club. The Sudbury Parenl-Teacher association will meet at the school at 3:15 o'clock. Wednesday . The Delphlans' are meeting at the Hotel Noble at 0 o'clock. Thursday Mrs. H. A. Smith Is hostess lo the Mld-Week Bridge club. The Young Matrons Bridge club is meeting with Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Mrs. W. M. McKenzie Is hostess to the Thursday Luncheon club. To Conduct Exercises. Members of the Beta Chi Sunday school class of Ihe First Presbyterian church are making a special effort for a perfect attendance Sunday morning when they will be In charge of the opening exercises of the adult" department. Mrs. C. M. Oray'ls tSacher.- « . » * Class Wants Collection. A. collection lor the state missions will be taken at the meeting ot tlic Worcas Sunday school class of the First Baptist church Sunday morning. All members are urged lo attend. Class Metis. , en member^ ,l)f thc Glpd Girls Sunday School 'class of fie First Uyulst church \\crc gu?sts of Miss Wlr.nlo I'hilllps evening for a business ant! social meeting. Delicious refreshments were served after cotnplc'.lon cf Ihe business. Cla Smith, Ernest phis for the week-end, • ''• I nosenthol, nf fit. Louis,'Is attending to his business interests j court house, here. Mrs. Everett B. Gee, Mvs. Ernest Hoc and Mrs. W. J. Pollard arc among members of the country A welcome to all. . • •. . Theie services are held at the club who will go to Joncsboro tomorrow for the golf tournament. J. D. Rushing, ot Union City, Tcnn., is tho guesl of his brolher, Bob nushlng, at 600 West Ash St. Mr. Hushing, who hea been quite nl lor several weeks, Is now bol- ter. 'Ihis Is the first lime these brothers had been together In 30 years. Miss Mattle R. Meltor. ol Little Rock, district home demonstration agent, is In the city loday confcr- Roc, O. L. Nabors anil Raymond! Kchmuck were hostesses to 53 mem-,' bers of the FMelis Sunday school .das. 1 ) of thc First Baptist church Friday after noon; at liw Roe home. Following the business session the guests were served sandwiches, pumpkin p!c and coffee. Celebrate Hallowe'en conty home demonstration CHURCH .OF THI$ 110 CbCTtf A. T. McAMlly, PMtor Sunday school, 9:45 t. m. KJlloti Cobb, supt. Worship and sermon, 11 a. in. McAnally, president. Worship and sermon, 1:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening, 1:30 p. m. Dewel McCalley, leader. riesday 1:30 p. in. Manila Church \ \Vill Enter lain ' Baptist Workers I Baptist churches of Mississippi county have been invited to send N. Y >. S.. 6:30 p. m. Wtaith I "Prwervtallves to the Mississippi cAnallv. president. '" • I County Baptist association- work- Test: Mark 8:27-29; Luke 2!:31-34; Jolni 18:25-3): 21:13-11 And Je;us went cul, and ills disciples, Into the towns ot Cc-sarta Phltlppl: and by the wsy he askfd his disciples, rnyln;; unto them, Whom do mcr.. say that 1 a;n? And they answered, John thc Baptist: but some say, Ellas; anil clhcrs, On? of ihe prophets. And he ralth unto them, But whom say ye tail I am? And Peter amv.ereth and jalt-h unlo him, Thou are the Christ. The International Uniform Sun- lay School U&Mn lor NOT. 2. How I Christ Gives Strenilh. Mark 8:2729; Luke 22:31-34) John 18:25-21; 21:15-17. BY WH. E. UILKOV, 1). D. Editor of Tbc Cotiiregalionallst The general theme of our lesson, "How Christ Gives Strength," Is studied here with the valuable help of a particular example. Our study An d Ihe Lord said, Simon, Simon, behold, Satan lialh ^sircd Is ol Simon Peter and of the way I to have you, that he may sift jcu 13 v.!:3at: In which Ihroujjh the help and! But I have prayed for thee, tha', thy faith fail rot: aiu! when power of Christ h,» came from ( hcu are conv(!r t C d, stmigthen thy br:thren. And ho said.unto him, : Lord, I cm ready to go with thee, botli to strehgth. 1 No character in the Bible, outside of the Master himself, has so appealed to human life as rater. John was a stronger and nobler type; Paul far exceeded him in sustained im'netuousness and consistency. Mildred Anderson and James Rodgers \1amed Mrs. E. W. Anderson, of Gurdon, Ark., Is today announcing the mar- il»go ot '»« daughter, Mildred, to FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH E. K. Latimtr, M)nbtcr Church school, 9:<5 a. m. Communion and itrmon, 11 a. m. Dr.''W. M. Wharton of Texarkana will, preach, • . .,-... , Christian'-Endeavoif societies, 6ijo ip, m. l '-.- ' •• •''•':! ' Worship and serhion, 7130 s>. f in., by the'• pastor. . . ' ' . '•' The:RUb!lc isicordlally Invited.;' 1 t of JMk- The -15 niemters nnd friends of ! Mr - Jamcs v the Intermediate'nnd Senior Chris- l* on - Telm - .tho .wedding having been solemnized Thursday evening, October 23. The Rev. John Foster, pastor ol the First Baptist church of Caruthersville, Mo., performed lian Endeavor societies of thc Pint Presbyterian cinirch celebrated Hal- lowe'en with an interesting entertainment In the social rooms of (hi church l-.urch last evening. Miss Leone i lllc cc ', cmo »y "<• h , ls ''<""<!• , alhcott, Mrs. R. C. Dent jr., Mr L rhecb ', 1 i" !l wll °, te ", lncmb "' 9 ndMrs. Fred Sahdefur. M« .1 n l tllc Slldbllr >' <=!cmciHary school Callicott, and Mrs, Fred Sahdef ilr, Mrs. J. D. McDowell, Ray Worthinglou and! |tacully for the second year, Is well kind were enjoyed with pop cuni tails, apples and candles ns refreshments: • ''-•'•''' Bits oflNews Mostly Personal wlio Is the 1 ' son -Of I Mi. and Mrs. Harry Rogers of j Jackson, Tenn., Is connected with : Uie Toledo Scale company *' Mehi- I plils. j" Mr. and Mrs. Rogers will make l their home In this city for the present. Missionary Field Worker to Preach Here Sunday LUTHERAN IL J. Klcindkiut, Fast«r Sunday school and Bible class, 9:15 a. in. Divine worship, 11 a. m.'Subject: "Come Unto the Marriage." Services arc hfcld al the St. Stephen Episcopal church. ST. STEPHEN .EPISCOPAL CHUKCH . "; W. F. D. Batjer, of Cape Girar- ers' conference at Manila Monday for an all day meeting. It will be held at the First Baptist church there. . According to a program announced by the Rev. P. B. Langley, missionary, the Ilev. E. Z. lievi'soni, pastor ol the Second church here, will conduct the devotional at 10 o'clock. Tills Is to be followed with the roll call ol churches when reports of activities will bo made. Dr. N. A. Moore Is to niake an i inspirational address at 11 o'clock. ' • Following the luncheon the Rev. Ralph Kurley will lead the devb- tkmst. In discussing ChrUUah Education as a Factor in Missions, Dr. J. .-M. Mallory, president ol the Jonesboro Baptist college, is to be the speaker with J. F. Tompklns of Burdelte os the alternate. into prison, and to death. And he said. I tell lh?e, Peler, the cock shall net crow this day, before Ihat tliou bhalt thrico deny that thou knowest me. But P,Her appeals to the average , fore And Simon' Peter slood and warmed himself. They raid man because he was so human Inj his weakness apd Ip his hnpul- ' , ">•'<>. Mm, Art, thou alro one of his disciples? He denied slveness. He Is Illustration of . what human nature has been all through the ages, and it is in such wlth h | m? tvnefi as P.^tjr flint ITip VfRl nowpr U, and said/. I am not. One of ,')he servants of the hljh priest, being his kinsman whose ear'peter cut off, saith, Did not 1 sec thes in thc garden types as that the real power I of the Gospel Is displayed. It was in the salvation of Peter that Jesus understood him- He un- 1 Peter then denied again; and Immediately the cock crew. So when they iiad dined, Jesus saith to Simon Peler, Sitncn, ton derstood Peter a great deal better of Jonas, lovesl thou me more than these? than Peter understood himself, for i Yea Lord; lhou knowesl vhat i lovc UlK . despite his weakness Peter was He saith unto him. H c eaith unto hii:i. Twenty Pupils on Local High School Honor Roll Twenty pupils In the city high deau, .will .conducl services .begin- ! K hoo] gained places on the- honor riihg at U o'clock. All are -cordially : ro u f or the first six weks. These made no grade less than a "B" which means from 86 to 93. | Margaret .Moore, led with, ip points; Mnrgarct Shaver and''ihir- scmothing of a braggart. His im- Feed my lambs. pulsivene&s led him • info declara- j 5[0 £altil to nlm "S 01 " t!le 6econ d time, Simon, son of Jonns, tlo'ns and "purposes that his will I lovesl Ihou me? He salth .uiito him, Yea, Lord; thou kncwest tliat and 'character', unti 1 Christ had! I. love the.e. ;He ealth'uiito'rhbu, Ked my sheep. strengthened these, were not, sui- hclem to carry through. ; Never tost. ConHdtnct There Is a world of meaning in the words of Jesus to Peter, "I have prayed for thee that thy faith tail not." Today we have lost much of the reality of the doctrine of the Intercessor. There does not come into our lives with the reality that It oughl to have, the fact that Jesu? Is the. nwdUator and intercessor, making supplication for us that our faith should not fall. Like most of us,-Peter did not • He salli-;uhto him thc third time, Si:uoi:, son of Jonas, .ihou me? -'Peler was grlevtd because he said unlo him the third time, Lovest -liiou me? And* he raid unto him, Lord, thou knowcst all . things; thou knovvest -ihat I love hC'.-. Jesus said unto him, Feed my sheep. and of his own worthiness of that trust, was found in the beautiful commission to Peter to feed the Master's lambs. Weak. Thoimh Pou-erful It- Is a story even with this climax has continued chapters, for though Peter had the vi- invited. .SKCOND BAPTIST E. Z. Newsoni, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. W. M. Uell Alton tied for.second, place with laylcck, Sutierhi(rfJnd,ent.' / ; ;- s '' 11 points;.-Kafrfryn Dehton.'.Dpils' Class Entertains Husbands of tUa Euzellan Sun-1 day school class Tnembcrs were special guests at n-Hallowe'en party givemat the'-First Baptist church i^^ ^^ Friday evening. •••"• . ^^ I Mem phis.' r Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ward and son, Lloyd jr., Mr. and Mrs. O. C. ! Oanske are going lo Wynjie lo- ] Dr. W. W. Wharton of Texnr- kana. a "eld worker of the United Christian Mcsionary society, will i morrow to spend (he day with Dr. , and Mrs. W. F. Brewer, who formerly lived here. ilr.. tuKUiMrs.- Ross D. Hughes, and Mrs. The 15 pre^nt ployed old ioned: games and -later pumpkin pie with ,whipped cream and coflee was served. . » * • B. Y. P. U. Has Party The Wilhelm Union of th^ B. Y, P. U. In the First Bapllsl church had a Hallowe'en parly Friday evening at the home -of Miss Madge Hawkins. Appropriate games were enjoyed by Ihe 24 present who played tin; custodiary. antics. The refreshments were pumpkin pie and hot chocolate. • • * Have Hypnotism Show- Twenty friends of Miss Helen Ridings and Miss Mamie Edwards •were their guests last evening at the Riding home. Hallowe'en games and a hypnotism show conducted by Howard Perry preceded several hours of dancing. Dainty refreshments were served, ed. Crablrte-Barnes. Miss Betty J. Barnes and Mr. Huel Crabtree, both of Manila, were issued a marriage license todav. occupy 1 pulpit oi First lias Club Mrr. A. Crafton entertained Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Sholise and children, accompanied by Miss Tressie Allen of St. Louis, have gone to Sledge, Miss., for the week-end. Mrs. J. A. Leech lias returned fro ma visit in Vaducah, Ky. W. 13. Tanner transacted business ill Madonna ycsterdny. Miss Tvessic Allen, of- St. Louis. Is visiting her sister, Mrs.' J. W. Shonse, nnd family. Charles M. Ofay,- who wns injured three wcoV.b ugo in an nulo- moblle' accident, ''ho:; n frnrtnred leg, x-ray pictures have disclosed, and lie will have lo remain in bed for several more weeks. He is fit his home on West Main sired. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oliarlos S. IXMN- ons were Memphis visllors yester- dny. Miss Frances Shults, of Memphis, has arrived here to be operator In rhurs? of Ihe McAdams Bcanly shop, recently purchased by Mrs. Lucy ftlcAriam; from Miss Mary LaFcrncy. Miss Sluilts wos formerly owner of shc-ps at Marlon, Ark., and Indlanai>olls, Miss, having graduated from Knslen's school two years ago. . .-Mrs. Stephen H. Rrooks -will go to Rlpley .Tcnn., tomorrow for several days stny. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Noble are In Goshen, Ind., for ten (lays visit. Clirlstlni' . ..ircJi Sunday Uiornlng; The sni] ill n fi nncr missionary' who died in Japan, Dr. Whavton Is thoroughly familiar with inter.wl- ing facts concerning such activities. Blaylcck Church 7:30 p. m, by the pastor. B. Y. P. U.'s GiSO'p. m. • We are expecting a large crowd i nine nnd a hall and 'nine were made lomorrow- ' .by Mildred Moore.and Marlon Coa r •Iley. Evelyn Davis-and Stanley .At- 11 a. m.' and | Douglas and Thelma Worthlhgton ;each made ten points; Mitchell ; Johns and Lillian Brlscoe received FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH chison each made one 'half point M»fh M Callaway Pastor l£ss whl - e Mary Alice Freeman was Sunday schoM. 9:45 'a. m . Ray | next with eight. Lois Hooper and Worthlngton, superintendent "A class-to fit the needs of every indl- vltjual." • :•''.": Church, 11 a. 'm. . Subject: "Be; hold 'the Man.'Hls'Meisage." f CrtfcUtliin tendeavoV' society, CJ9 Subjccl: p. m. Church, 1.30 p. m. "Christian Liberties," i "Come unto me all ye that labor , and are heavy ladenort and I will i give thee rest." I CHKISTIAN SCIENCE CHUKCII Mrs. D. P. Randolph, Carulhcrs- i Services are held each Sunday vlllc, Mo, was admitted to tlie morning, 11 o'clock, In room 104 of Blythcvlllc hos[)ltal today and Mrs. the Hotel Noble. Subject for to- S. J. Dimklln, of Fast Prairie, Mo., morrow: "Everlasting Punishineut.:' Hospital Notes Dorothea Rogers made seven and a half; Doris Secoy, Bennife Fend- !c.- and Emma SaleeUy .had six and a half and Paul Haajrei and Anna Mae Jones made.alX points.! **».*. ...vv» v» «"j ......-« \*.w 4iwv Liiuugit iri:Lt:i I1ILU r^ULjiuu >-L>t >1 learn much"from experience. Even 131 les'on and'had found a new in Ihe moments when he was in :he greatest' danger he felt the greatest confidence in hlmseli. When Jesus spolsfe of him as beinij fitted as wheat,' he replied with declaration, tri^t. nothing could overthrow his faith- It required rare patience to deal with such a 1 man, and the Master's own humanity in its gentleness nnd loVe is.revealed nowhere more fully than 1n that loyalty and persistency with which he stood by t»eter and lifted him when he fell. It is a human drama which had a glorious Issue, for as Ihe last tragedy and defeat were turned into triumph, the disciple who had denied his Lord was uplifted and reclaimed through love and confidence, -.and the evidence of thc .tru$t that Jesus imposed in him, mcnt and purging from nil prejudice and selfishness. Yet wiien one takes the life of Peter as a whole it glorlcurly expresses thc power that Christ reveals in wjuxncss and the salvation that saves effectually. Tho traditions that concern his death glorify the story cf 1'oter. The tradition is that Peter, Ins weakness uppermost, was nuniing from Rome, and martyrdom, when he met tb3 Master. "Quo vadls?" said Peter, "Whereupon the real Peter conquered mid Peler in tr..? strength of th? Master returned ID Rome to mak: i.i'j last witness to the faith. strength the old weakness did not entirely disappear. His impulsiveness at limes had-in' it aspects of prejudice. A man's will may some- limes be strengthened while his mind is stil obscured . by blindness nnd his heart unpurged of prejud- :e. _•>• i . . We find'Peter a little later in the early life of the church not quite freed from -spiritual pricb, and it required a vision on thc housetop with various anmals coming down on a sheet to remind Peter that things lhal Goii had j Cleanced were not uncommon or I unclean. There la always a richer and lar- Rclievn a HeadacSie or .Neuralgia gel' work of grace to be effecled ini IP 30 minutes, checks a Ccld tliu our lives that, our wills may b2J fltst day, and checks Malaria in transformed, but Ihe .spirit that! three days. ,' . guides our wills needs' enlighten.^ I ;. 666'alsp in>Tab)ets . The Scandinavian languages are Swc-difii, Norwegian and Danish. 666 [llsmlssed. 'Golden text: Proverbs 2B:13. members of the Night Bridge club andn two guests, Mrs. Bernard Gooch and Mrs S. J. Cohen, Friday night at her suburban horn. In thc bridge games Mrs. John R. McDaniel jr., won the club prize andi yjti\, Kansas City, ~Mtssoiiri. MATERNITY HOSPITAL—For un- i fortunate girls; srclndcd. private, j , rates reasonable. For Information I j write Fairmoitnl Hospital, 4911 East! Science Brings Health Many ailments have their start at one common point. When illness attacks, it is because the v:ervts that control that part of the body have failed in their function. By correcting tliose faults rijht where they start—t'.ic spine—cure is rapid and sure. Our successful treatments include: Sciatic Rlmuria- tiim, Lumbajo, Kidney diseases, Stomach diseases. DR. W. S. EASTBURN ICth and Holly Chiropraclii Physician J'lionc 290 S])ecial Sunday Dinner I 11:30 to 8:30 i S1.00 HCTEL NCBLE CUSTARD CUP CRAPE JUICE COCKTAIL MIXED SPRING VEGETABLES STEWED TOUNG MISSISSIPPI COUNTY -CHICKEN NOODLES EXQUISITE ROAST CHICKEN PLANTATION STYLE WITH CHAN- PAPRIKA EN SUPREME STUFFED LOIN OF "PORK.- FRENCH BUTTERED .. DRESSING. APPLE GLACE GRILLED CUTLET OF VEAL,'MINUTE STYLE PAPRICA EN SUPREME CREAMED CARROTS AND PEAS SNOWFLAKE POTATOES DINNER ROLLS AND BUTTER YAMS DELIGHT PINEAPPLE ICE SALAD QUEEN ANN ASSORTED SWEETS CHOCOLATE OR BANANA CREAM PIE. PUMPKIN OR CHEESE PIE ICE CREAM AND CAKE COUPE ST. JACQUES COFFEE TEA MILK attend the Courier News F Cooking School Wait For the Sudbury P. T. A. PROFIT-SHARING SALE -Atthe- New Dixie Store Co, Mrs. Mijra Dougan ."Well-known authority en culln- • ary 'nrts. domestic- science, and lecturer, has bcrn engogcd by the Courier News especially lo conduct this course. ?*-"" ^ fe^ ; SUPERIOR COAL CO. j Cherry & Railroad Phone 123 Solved at last! All those lilllc problems and anxious questions that have been bothering .vo.u; in tho -kitchen .... how fast an .oven; for this . . . '.--Wow much paprika in that .... yo.;, they're solved at last! For the Courier News FREK Cooking School begins Nov. 18 al the City Hall Auditorium, under the ab!e dir=c- lion of Mrs. Slyra Dougiin, the weli-knowii cookery expert. Here at last is your chance to learn about thc liner ixiints of cooking .... as well as brush up on mighty important fundamentals. Plan to attend each day .... bring a friend, loo. CITY HALL AUDITORIUM Now. 18, 19, 20, 21 The COURIER NEWS

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