The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1937 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 30, 1937
Page 3
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FRIDAY, APRIL 80, 1937 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS RBJE (Mill I [ Program Announced yiLLL for Vesper Service Boys' Glee Club and Mix- Pel Chorus Given Top Rankings in State. COLUMBIA, Mo.—Carutlra-svil'e high school's boys' glc2 club nnd mixed chorus won top rankings in the annual slat? intevs^holastlc music contests, held hsn vester'bv. No places were awarded either contestants honor .schools or individual but conU'.st'.iiUs were The program luis been announced for t!:e city-wide vesper service at, the First, lin|Hist church Sunday, afternoon, which will begin the ob- i tervance of National Music Week',. , .ii- ». i/ • i here. This aiValr, ns well as thelMl'S. LmiC WCKnigllt Placed in Charge Classes Here community program lo be given on j the fol'.uwlng Friday, Is sponsored! l:y Ihe music ileiartmenl of the I Woman's clu>; with tlie eoourru-' tion of schools, churches, and other clubs. From Home of Vicksburff's Founder Mrs. MHIe McKnight. who '.been appointed horn 0 economics Mrs. Murray Smart will play an | leache| . fol . B | yU)evllll , in tllt . national Works Progress Admln- islralion program, hns announced plans for a regular c<jokini< school ijrslii'Jc at 4 o'clock fnr the i:n?ni|>;> number This will be fol- lov. r eil by a voice solo by Mrs. Charles Bii^lH. with Mrs. P. B. to be conducted (or adults of this ratings from one eate.s of merit whose talents measured up to standards of excellent and superior, designated as first and M>contl lion- or raukiiiHs. The Carutheisville boys' glee clul) was Ihc only group of its kind lo win first honor ranking. Tec Oa- lirtlimvlUc mixed chorus slmreil tnp honors with Kirksville,. Other Caruthersville ' winnors weie: liass voice: Doyne Michie, honor Joyniir accomranlst. Miss Kathryn j cily ,,,1,1 sl!!Toum ii, ls ,' . sccl ' loll rank Soprano: Annie Laurie Tipton, Iscnor rank ]; Grace Hidgely and I'-stty Hiiirinuii, honor rank 'I. Piano: netly Huffman ami Dorothy Petty, honor rank 2. About 2,0(10 Missouri high school rlmli'tits participated in the contests. to fiv?. Ccriifi- f-lruav will play a piano number, n'.vavibil those j Mcmto's of Hit junt-ir liixli «irnl Joys' Kl'-'C c'nb '.vill sin", wil'^ Miss M'uy Kiivin H'JMl as (l^euir. A five-mlnulo lulk on "Music" will given by Ihe u?v. Stuart II. Salmon, pastor of the First P^s- bylerian chinch. This will to f'd- iowf.l ]jy mi oruan sn!o, by Mrs. Smart. Ilosi Stevens will sin. a | ^ M}m „„,, sodal ,.„„,„ of bass solo, with Mrs. Jiyncr acc:->m-1 ,.,.,.,, „, L , f " v, A , vl0 "" d ' let ^ M '' S . elasso. ivhlrf. will deal will, H. .Salmon and Mrs. Uive'i tjtlll mc ,,, 0( | Si com bi lling ,| lt ! with the new. | rcwinir. Innilcrnlt. and cookiin: '.vill be taiiijht In sessions at Ihc i Flr-'t Pri u :byt°rinn cliurch. dewing ! nnd handcrnft will be tnii'/hi on i Mondays. Wcdne.stlays. and Frl- | days from 0 mill] II A. M. and i fr«iu 2 to 4 P. M.. and cooking vill be laiMit at the same hours en 'nicsday.s mill Thursdays. The the CfTle IIclscll, Mrs. F. M. Crump, I mnph with the: Burbank potato. Dr. Edmiril Dana Mitchell, Wil- of the city's elementary scnools will 0. Allen will also be by Mrs. Jcyner, for In? concluding ' riilier Baptist Service Will Be on Air Carutliersvillc Alumni Plan Annual Banquet CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.—At a meetiir; of the lush school alumni association, called by the president. Mrs. Robert Hawkins, olans were made for t!'e annual cilumni banquet to be held on Friday evening. May 14. at the Methodist church. The ladies of the Belle ]l. Bennett Missionary society of the church wilt serve. Officers of tile association are: Mrs. Hawkins, president; Miss Ethylinda Reynolds, first vice-president: W. H, Poster, second vice- president; Miss Opal Reeves, third vice-president; Fred Henley, secretary-treasurer; and Mrs. Georgia Arnold and Mrs. B. M. Fowlkes, historians. Caruthersville 'Phone Manager Is Promoted CARUTHERSVir.LE. Mo., April 30.—Announcement was made today here by the .Southeast Missouri Telephone Co. of the promotion of John Pcttct, for eight years Caruthersville plant manager, to become manager of the Poplar Bluff plant, effective June I, Pettet succeeds A. JVGilHs, promoted to district, nianagjr. •• No successor for 1'etlet has been named. Pettet lias been nctive in Ca- riilhcrsville civic affairs, being Rotary president, and also an officer In lh» Caruthersville Masonic Lodge. The Sunda' moruln-' church servic3 at the Pirst Baptist chunh will be broadcast over K1.CN through coirtesy of Ark-Mo power Co., promptly nt 10:35. The fiev. Alfred Carpenter's sermon topic is "Wliat Do You Know About God?" Special music will be guc'i by the choir and messages in solo before the ssrmon. At the 1:30 night.service the pan•or will hc<nn a series of txrailar fireside chats on ths general them; if "Love-CourlsMp-Marriage " Sub- 'ecUs to be discussed on following Sunday nights arc "Does Flaming Youth Mean uuriicd-oul Homes?", "Look Before You Leap," "I Pronounce You Man aiul Wife." "Is Divorce Divine or of the Devil?" "When Home Is Heaven," "okele- tous in Family closets" and "Growing old Together." In presenting these tooics the pastor says he will not deal with he fickle or fanciful but with fun- laniental principles and speak from the ex]yjrience of people and teachings of the Bible. He has announced he will seek to guard igainsl embarrassment yet will present these' vital virtues in such language that both sexes of all igcs might understand. The introductory subject Sunday night is "Courtship— Is 11 Silly Hooey or Sacred Hal_?" Mrs. McKnlaht plans to cater both to young married women and to older women who. al! though experienced in housekeeping, wish to learn the proper ways cf fParltig «rtaln foods ami lo obtain new ideas for meals, A similar plan will be used in the sewing classes, with emphasis upon practical sewing. These c'asses arc free. On Tuesday the cooking class will at trad the Courier News cooking school, as a ijraip, after registering at the church. •E.ssKe'H: 'i-^KsSMw^- '• : - •-"" Mahogany dining room furnilure from (ho hon,o of Amanda Vick, Iho founder of Vick<bum is GaSen To™'. * ^"^M.r. Mr, H. A. R, lmsay o,, Goodwyn .nd wii | be Ji X A. Welislcr, Hubert Reese, McKay Van Norfk'ol estate. Vlcol, nnd the Will Sell Tags to Help Gr,;de School Libraries be for the benefit of the llbrafles in the elementary schools, Miss Mary Hiiblcv, Slldbtiry school, Miss Lena Mae Oliver, Central school, and Miss Elizabeth Halstead, Latrge school, will be In charge. The noted plant wizard,"Luther" sold tomorrow by students I nurbank, won his first, great trl- Memphis Homes and Gardens Invite Visitor's to Carnival Increased Building Activity at Manila MANILA, Ark.—Building 'activity is increasing here. C. R. Shelby is building a new brick filling station on his property on the north cud of Main street. Bob McKlnnon is building an addition to his drug store lo provide more space for stock. John Ed Miller has added a new- shingle roof to his home In the eastern part of town. Installation of running water and shower baths at the Manila gymnasium has been completed. BROTKINGS, S. D. (Ul'>— The drouth nnd depression years have drained South Dakota' of practically all reserve seed and are causing the most serious shortage in the state's history, according to Ralph E. South Dakota extension agronomist. MEMPHIS—The romance of the past will be linked with the present In a tour of 16 homes and wardens including three of the I oldest homes in Memphis, dur- [ ing the Cotton Carnival, May 11 hrough 15. The tour will be sponsored by he Memphis Garden Club, hoiul- »d by Mrs. W. T. Pride, who with :thcr directors of the organl/.a- ion will open the tour with ; c. ala garden party Wednesday, May 12, at the J. P. Norflcet istate on Walnut Grove road. Tho.- party will be attended by he- king and queen nnd members of their, court, who will preside over the'alfnir from 4 to 7 P. M., accompanied by several of the "nmous orchestras anil bands which will furnish music for th> occasion. The memucrs of tlie Memphis arden Club will assist Mrs. J P. Norflect, the hostess on that day. wenrln« picturesque garden party frocks mid liat.s. Thursday and Friday Ihe tour of the other IS gardens and old homes will be in progress from 2 until G o'clock. Among the old homes lhat will be opened to visitors will be lhat of Mrs/ fi O. Johnston. Blfl Coward Place. This old bane was built about llUlt, iLtid was occupied by Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Coward. Mrs. Coward was the mother of Mrs. Johnslnn, nnd the daughter of William Cnrroll, governor of Tcn- ne.ssec. Among the heirlooms on display will b? nn Interesting fan wlifch belonged to Pauline Katon. .sister of John Entan, secretary of war under Andrew Jackson, the silver service of the Carroll lamlly, and a unique card ruse lhat was the gift of Lafayette to Governor Carroll, when the Tennessee executive entertained the I-Tcnchman in the executive mnnslnn at Nashville in 182, r > At Mir 11. A. Kamsay home visitors will «>c Ihc old furniture from Ihc home of Newel Vlck, nival (iinndfiithcr of Mrs. IliiuiKiy nnd founder of Vlck.s- biiiv, Mi.s.'i., us will us treasures from Ihc Ramsay family which dale hick to the first. Atin'iU'uu settlers. Aiiinni: (he modern homes and gardens open during the (our will be those of John Sliced Williams H. 1'. Jordan. Ci. T. FU/luitili. O. Ii. Cronkrlt" C. M. tloodi, C. li. Stout, J. W. Canada. Miss CLARKE'S PURE RYE i - 1 .:. INC. STRAIGHT! ' RYE . WHISKEY ' in* IKIIlltllkt lit ' PHILCO 6!F* Here's Am«- iia'N favorite fur foreign innin . . . for lirarin{! iliosc toliirfu overseas programs dial so many lislincts enjoy . . . ami «< iinirse, for fine ri'ccpli™ of American programs loo! A uraii'lul console wilti I'liiko t'ortigu '1'iniiiiK Sytlcm, Color l)ul, oversize Kleeiro-Oynamic Speaker, and many oilier I!W fi-iMurcs. Trc- iiK'inlmis value! Denioasintlion nly ii'Mi fbilio tt Kttaltit Co. H&i OK¥ Viniff men like em -C lousanf/s of women have found Cardui increased appetite, improved diges- 'cion and in that way helped to build up a natural resistance to certain useless suffering- Century Cushion Bulloons is'ill g' vc )' ou sa ^ c i economical, uiiiiUcrrupted mileage.They urehuilt — inside and out -r for high powered cars — ijuick slops — sudden slurls'uiid constant speed. Every tire part, is reinforced for greater safely. Sidewalls ure 30% stronger, bends are seven limes <,:ifer — llie hinge-proof carensa overcomes ihiu- yrons (icxiiij.; slriiin. Century Cushion Hnllnons nre longer wearing lircs. They olTer you n now performance runya in low pressure I'lisinga — an added measure of extra value —• ease of handling nnd modem streamline design. lie sure lo see 111 :m before you !« ..... ivomen like 'em In the Big Town, you see lots of empty packages. That means that t pack after pack of refreshingly mild, good tasting Chesterfields have satisfied hundreds... maybe thousands. Way out /';/ Goose Creek Junction, you meet ii{> with wen who tell yon that Cheilerfie]ch arc wilder.. .yonsee ladies •who fell yon bow good ibcy taste and what a pleasing aroma they have, Century H. 1). Tires Guaranteed 18 Months Against All Road Hazards Century Leader 4-Piy Tires As Low As: 0.00 x l(i S13.!5 -1.75 x 19 9.00 5.25 x 18 10.75 .10 x 3i/ z S 5.25 5.50 x 17 11.SI) 5.25 x 17 10.-IO .1.50 x 21 8.55 'GUAKANTKBD 12 MONTHS AGAINST AM. KOAI) HAZARDS Buy Your Tires From Us and Save Money A COMPLETE LINE OF HATTERIfcS & ACCESSORIES HARRISON SERVICE STATION 198 MAIN & LILLY Going East., . or going West , ,. Chesterfield satisfies 'em. i 1937, liatrr (k Mvm TOMCCO Co.

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