The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1937 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 30, 1937
Page 5
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FRIDAY, APRIL 80, 193V BLYTHEVILLE (ARKJ COURIER NEWS Boys' Glee Club and eel Chorus Given Rankings in Slate. T. 01) COLUMBIA, Mo.—Carulhersvll'c high school's hoys' glee club nn:l mixed chorus won lop rankings i:i the [nimtnl stcite ititers^iolastic music contests, held IW vcster'hv. No places were awarded eillier schools or individual contestants lint canttuitunts were «iv;n honor ratings from one to fl 1 /?. Ccrllfi- cat(*s of mcM'it worti :r,var<k'il those who^c talents measure:! up to standards of excellent ami superior, designated as lirsl anil .si'coi'.d liun- or rankings. The Caiut!ier.-:vil!e Ijoys 1 gle? club (.In; only yroiip of its kind to win first honor ranking. Ti:e Ca- i:rtliersvllte mixed chorus shared lap honors with KirksviJIe. Oilier Cariilhsrsville ' winners were: Buss voice: Doync Michie, honor rani- 3. .'Jom-ano: Annie Laurie Tipton. lionor rank 1; Grace Ridgely and Betty Huffman, honor rank 2. Piano: KMy Huffman and Dorothy Petty, lionor rank 2. About 2,001) Missouri'high school flmli'iils participated in th3 routes (s. Program Announced for Vesper Service Th3 program lias been announced for tbc city-wide vesper service at llic Fhst liapiist church Sunday afternoon, which will begin tlie observance- of National Music Week IHTC-. This ail'alr, us well as the community program lo he given on the following Friday, I? sponsored by the music deinrtment of the Woman's club with tlie coojxira- cion of schools, cliurclies, and other chits. Mrs. Ullie McKnighl Placed in Charge Classes Here From Home of Vicksburg's Founder Mrs. Lllllc McKiilehl, who 1ms| .. „ , ... , ..been apixilntcd hoinr economics M:s. Murray Smart will play an | (eacl , er ror Blythevillc In the organ pr?lud= at t o'clock for the mlUorm , W orks p roBrcss A nm!n- cn?n<n ? mnnner. This will bu fol- istl -atlon program, has announced lowed by a voice solo by Mrs. p)nlls for „ rce , ll(lr cook ,, , , Charles Bright, wllli Mrs. P. H. to bc conducted for adults of this Joyncr accompanist. Miss Katliryn \ eity a , ui sl!rroum | ln( , KvMm rilay a piano nuniUer. ] p cwln(! . ivuidmift. nnil cooking will to taiiglit In sessions at tlie Graar will play a piano number, i Mrmbcrs of the jwii-ir hi?h boys' i-,l?e c'lib will sin". M-«ry E-n'in Mord as vl iFii'U I'lcsbytTinn church. Fewlng .. . . . ™ iiiul hnndcroft will be ivc-m.nuto talk on "Music" will. Wom| Wednesdays. ,u,,| F rl- 1)5 given by the R?v. Stuart H ' -Salmon, pastor of tils First P"s- byterian church. This will be f-il- io;ved by an oreau solo, l)y Mrs. Smart, rtoss Stevens will .siti'j a >:if:s solo, with Mrs. Joyner accoin- nyinv. A violin duet by Mrs. luart II. Salmon and Mrs. Rives Allen will also be accompanied Mrs. JcyiH.'r, for HID eontludin^ iiilwr. Caniihersville Alumni Pkn Annual Banquet •CAUUTHERSVILLE, Mo.—At mcetiii! of the hi^h school alumni association, called by tho president. Mrs. Hobi'rt Hawkins, olans were made for t!'e annual alumni banquet to 1;? lield on Friday evening, May 14, at the Methodist church. The ladies of (he Belle H. Bennett Missionary society of the church will serve. Officers of tbe association are Mrs. Hawkins, president; Miss Etliyliuda Reynolds, first vice-president; W. H. poster, second vice- president; Miss Opal Reeves, third Yi:c-praldenl; Fred Henley, sscre tary-lreasmer; and Mrs. Georgir Arnold and Mrs. B. M. Fowlkcs historians. Caruthersville 'Phone Manager Is Promote* CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo, Apr! 30 — Announcement was made to dnv here by the Southeast Missom Telephone Co. of the promotion o John Pettel. for eight years Ca rulhersville plant manager, to be come manager of the Poplar Blui plant, effective June 1. Pettet succeeds A'.'jVCiillis. promoted to dis- Irict manager. No successor for Pettet has been named. 1'ettct has l:een active In Caruthersville civic affairs, bsing Rotary president, and also an officer in th? Caruthersville Masonic Lodge. i>- cf Baptist Service Sunday Will Bc on Air The Sundi'' inornln? cluirrH •rvicj at the First Baptist cliui":h 'ill be broadcast over KLCN hroujh covrtesy of Ark-Mo power promptly at 10:35. The He 1 .'. \lfred Carpenter's sermon topic is What Do You Know About Go:l?" Special music will be givc'i by the hoir and messages in solo before lie sermon. At the 7:30 night service the pan- 01 will beam a scries of rxnular fireside chats on Hi? 'jensral tliem-.' )f "Love-Coiirtsiiiii-Marriage." Sub- 'cct.s .to be discussed on following Sunday nights are "Does Flaming Youth Mean Burned-out Homes?", 'Look Before You Leap," "I Pro- unnu'e You Man and Wife." "Is Divorce Divin? or of the Devil?' 'When Home Is Heaven." "Skeletons in p.imlly closets" and "Orow- g Old Together." In presenting these taoics the pastor says lie will not deal with he fickle or fanciful but witli fuu- iameulal principles ami speak from Mic cxjwrience of people and teachings of tlie Bible. He has announced lie will seek to guard igaiust embarrassment yet will pre- taught Mondays. Wednesdays, days from 0 vntll 11 A. M. and fr'-m 2 to 4 P. M., and cooking vlll he taui'ht at the .same hours rn Tuesttays and Tliursdays. The kitchen and social room of the rlmrch will be used for these classes which will deal with practical methods, combining the old with the new. Mrs. McKniijht plans to cater belli to young married women and to older women v.'ho, although experienced In housekeeping, wish to learn the proper ways •f preparing certain foods and lo obtain new Ideas for meals. A linilur plan will be used In the ewinpf classes, with emphasis xip- on practical sewing. These c'asses are free. On Tuesday the cooking class will attend the Courier News cooking school, group, af(er registering at the church. Cffle Hclscll, Mrs. P. M. Crump, Ur. Edwnrd Danu Mitchell, Wll- Intn A. .Webster, Hubert Reese, .nil McKay Van Vleet, and the Norfleel estate. Increased Building Activity at Manila MANILA. Ark.—Building 'activity Is increasing here. C. fl. Shelby building a new brick filling slatl on his property on the north en: of Main street. Bob McKhmon is building ai addition to his clruj store to pro vide more space for slock. John Ed Miller has added a new shingle roof to Ills home in thi eastern part of town. Installation of running water and shower baths at the Manila gym nasiiim lias been completed. BROTKINGS, S. D. (UP)—Th drouth and depression years hav drained South Dakota of prac scut- these Vila] virtues in such t llcally all reserve seed and ar language that bill) sexes of all j causing the most serious shortag ISM might, understand. ' " The introductory subject Sunday night is "Courtship—Is Hooey or Sacred Hal-_?" in the state's history, accordii Ralph al Gaden To. Memphis f Tomes and Gardens Invite Visitors lo Carnival MEMPHIS—Tlie romance of the fist will bc linked wilh the pres- nt in a lour of 1C homes and ardens Including Ihrcc of the !<lest homes in Memphis, dnr- thc Cotton Carnival. May 11 hrotigh 15. The tour will be sponsored by he Memphis Giirden Club, hcad- d by Mrs. W. T. Pride, who with ther directors of the organlxa- ion will open the tour wilh t. :ala garden parly Wednesday, ilay 12, at the J. P. Norileet •state on Walnut Grove road. Die • will bc attended by he king and queen and members of their, court, who will preside over'the'affair from 4 to 7 P. M., icccmpanicd by several of the amous orchestras and bands which will furnish music for the occasion. The memuers of Hie Memphis Garden Club will assist Mrs. J iVill Sell Tags to Help Grade School Libraries ms sold tomorrow by students umph with the Burbank potato, of the city's elementary schools will be for the benefit of the libraries In the elementary schools. Miss Mnry Hubler, Sudbury school, Miss Lena Mae Oliver. Central schqoj, and Miss Elizabeth Halstead, Larige school, will be In chargo. The noted plant wizard.'Luther" liurbank, won his first great Irl- i day, wearing picturesque Burden party frocks and liuLs. Thursday and 1'Vlday the tour of the other 15 gardens and oltl homes will be in progress from 2 mill] fi o'clock. Among; the old homes that will b? opened to visitors will be that of Mrs. O. Johnston. 910 Coward Place. This old hcme was built about 1843. and WHS occupied by Mr. nud Mrs. S. 11. Coward. Mrs. Cownrtl was the mother of Mrs. Johnston, and the daughter of William C/'urroli, governor of Ten- »ie.s.sec. AJIIOUK the heirlooms on display will 1)5 an Interesting fan! which belonged to Pauline Raton. I Ml. l ;ter of John Euton. secretary j of war under Andrew Jncksun, | the silver scrylrr of (he Cnrro!] family, and a unkjue curd case that was the gift of UUnyctte lo Governor Carroll, when the Tennessee executive entertained mansion ul Nn.shvlllc in I Ai the II. A. Ramsay vlsltnns will see the old din tmc from the homo uf N<:u Vick. great BiaiuUalher ol M Rum.'iay and rounder of Vli'k burg, Miss., as will n.s Ireasu from the Hnmsay family whl date hick to the llrst Anwlcnn SCtlll'IS. Aiming the modern homes and gardens open during (he lour will IK' those of John' Sliced Williams H. l>. Jordan. Ci. T. Fil/husdi. O. 1,. Cronkrlte. C. M. Cioueh. C. !3. Stout. J. W. Canuila, Miss CLARKE'S PURE RYE M-9 95 PHILCO 61F* Here's Amci'- iu's bvoriic lor foreign tuninc . , . fur hf.irin): iliose colutlul overseas |ilO",r:lius lll! " su ml ") r MSIUKTS enjoy ... anil of coutsc, lor fine ri'icplinn o! Aiucrii-.m pruiimus !"»! A j;rm'M con- .sole will) I'hilco t'oreiifii Tuning Syiltm, Color Uial, oversize l:l«lnvD)-naniic Sneaker, and many uilivr 1937 failures. Tie- mentions valucl Demonstration /„-,'/ P. Norficet, the hostess on that I lie Frenchman in' the executive ,;-. WC. ' STRAIGHT RYE., WHISKEY ' ui* lliuilfllll l Hubbard Furniture Co. thousands 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. FOR WOMEN Century Cushion Balloons will g' vc you safe, economical, iniiiUerruptctl mileage. They arc built — inside and out — for higli powered cura — <|iiick slops — sudden starts iiml constant Bpecd. Every lire part is reiuforced for greater safely. Sidewnlls are 3(1% Blrongcr, licnils nrc seven limes safer —• tlie hinge-proof carcass overcomes dan- L.i'r(iiis (lexing slrain. Century Cushion HaUoona are longer wearing fires. They olTcr you « now' performance range in low pressure casings — mi added measure of exlra value —• ease of It n n illi ng and modern streamline design. He sure lu see 111 :m before you L\ Century H. I). Tires Guaranteed !8 Months Against All Road Hazards Century Leader 4-Ply Tires As Low As fi.OO x 10 5.25 x 18 5.50 x 17 ... $13.15 ... 10.75 ... 11.SO •1.50 x 21 . 1.75 x 10 HO x 3i/ 2 5.25 x 17 .. . 8.55 9.00 S 5.25 10.-10 ... men like 'em ,,. ivomen Mke 'em In the Big Town, you sec lots of empty packages. That means-that pack after pack of refreshingly mild, good tasting Chesterfields have satisfied hundreds... maybe thousands. Way out in Goose Creek Junction, you meet up with men who tell you that Ches/C'tfic/f/s arc milder.. .yon see ladies who I el I yon how good they taste and whal a pleasing aroma they have, GUARANTEE!) 12 MONTHS AGAINST ALL KOAI) HAZARDS liuy Your Tires From Us and Save Money A COMPLETE LINE OF BATTERIES & ACCESSORIES HARRISON SERVICE STATION PHONE 198 MAIN & LILLY Going East.., or going West ... Chesterfield satisfies 'em. riighi JS37, LiWBTr fi MvmTcmccoCo.

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