The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1937 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 6, 1937
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THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1937 BLTTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS HER TELLS f IRK Dr. P. Frank Price, Presbyterian Modcr a t o r; Visits Church Here Hargie Jo Randolph Is Honor Graduate The "waste" In mission money was the theme discussed by tlie Rev. I'. Frank Price, D. D., nils slonary of the Southern Presbyterian church to China and moderator of the General Assembly, when he addressed a large audience at the First Presbyterian church last night, • The service was followed by a reception given in the social room of the church at_ .which the Woman's Auxiliary was: i hostess. The Rev, Mr. 'price, who rc- turn'cd from Nanking, China, to preside at the meeting of the CARUTllERSVILLE, Mo.—Miss Margie Jo Randolph, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. 1>. Randolph of .his city, will be valedictorian of he 1931 Caruthersvllle Senior class, high school authorities have announced. Miss Daphna Johnston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Johnston, will be Ealutatorlan. Only a few points separated tlie scholastic averages of the two younc Indies. Fifty are expected to graduate this year. Graduation exercises will lie held Friday, May 21, and the baccalaureate sermon will probably be delivered the preceding Sunday evening, May 18, Public Warned ."Dry Ice" Can 82 Dangerous General Assembly In Montreal N. C., May 20, Is making a tour of , the largest churches in the southern church before thai time This was the smallest city he visited. He has teen a missionary in china for nearly 50 years. In discussing foreign mission: the .speaker took up "the five qilartcis of n dollar and a quar ter" In explaining how money for missions is spent. He said "the five quarters are spent for international good will, relief of the suffering, spread of Ihe word of oocl, the planting of New Testament chinches, and tbe thrusting O ul of Chrls- llan character." A colorful description of China, , where he has been'a missionary longer than any .worker In this church, was brought-out, in his disc'oui'.se. The Rev. H. Lynn Wade, pastor of Ihe Firsl Methodist church, the Rev. Carroll Cloyd, pastor of the First, Christian church, the Rev. Julian B. Green, pastor of the, church al Walnut. Ridge, assisted in the service. Mrs. F. B. Joyner .presitted at the orrjui and special musical numbers were given by the choir members who sang "Rock of Ages," Wilson, and a violin Irio "Traumerie" Schumann, played by Mis. Stuart H Salmon, Mrs. Rives Allen and Amy Ruth Morris. The church was unusually attractive in its appropriate decorations featuring missions. The triptarch in the choir loft had the flags of. the six countries in which the • Southern Presbyteri church has missions, crossed will six Christian nags, below a large oil painting of" the seal of the church, painted by Mrs. w. R Salmon, mother of the pastor. A eacli side of the pulpit was ; United States . flag and a' Chris tian flag. Countries where" thl church has missions are: China Brazil; Belgian Congo, Korea Japan, and Mexico. •Presbyterians from "Joiicsboft and"' Walnut- Ridge "were incktdo in Ihe audience. • •, . For the reception the socia room of the church was decbrat ed -with baskets of wygelia an irises and the refreshment tabl had for its centerpiece the pimd bowl, surrounded with mock orang blossoms aiid pink roses. Mrs James B. Clark was chairman o the committee in charge and Mrb C. R. - Babcock, president, of th auxiliary, was .official hostess. NEW ORLEANS (UP)—Follow Ing the ice wagon may not be dangerous to children, bul their handling of "dry ice" presents a ne 1 , 1 ,' physical hazard. "Don't play with 'dry Ice'," Ihe Orleans parish Medical Society warned. And the message was for adults as well as children, for indiscriminate handling of Hie material may seriously atlack and destroy tissues. 'Children all over the United ales have made It a practice to low the ice wagon lo pet a smal lounl of Ice to eat," the soelely Id. "Wilh advent of 'dry Ice' used vendor of many types ozen dainties sold on tbe streets Itclren now bs? for the sui'plu c' which vendors usually throv. ray as Ihetr stock becomes lou "It seems that this new refrig ant fascinates the youngsters hey have found oiit that if the. old a small amount of it In tliel ouths and breathe through thel oses, a condensation of the cok esembles breath on a frost orniiYg. ' "On interviewing some of. ou cal adolescents, we learn that thi called 'blowing off steam'." Because "dry ice" Is-a tissue de royer, It is now used In remov " blemishes, the doctors pointe ut. placing it in t,ho mouth ha esult«l in many cases '-of iilcer nd other injury. The society 'cite case from New York in which hilil had to be Irealed for tv, •ceks in a hospital -from swalloy ig a piece the size of a grape. Negro Training School Gives Annual Dinne The Mississippi County ne»r training school at Armorel had its annual school board dinner las night when guests were: C. E Crigger, -president of the schoo board, Mrs. Crigger, c. M. Buck president of the Blytheville schoo board, Mrs. Buck, Miss Winnie Vir gil Turner, county examiner, G. D Condster, principal of the whit school at Armorel, Mrs. Conasle: Roland Green, county treasure Mrs. Green, Mr. and Mrs. E. L Hale, Mr. and Mrs. w. D. Me Clurkin, Miss Mary Bain and J. r i Robinson. Attractive decorations were i keeping with the springtime mot and the pastel shades were brough out in Ihe four course menu seryec Piano solos were played by Lin v zine Haraway and Ester B. Co and Inez Newbern and Elnor Hurst sang a duet. 27-Ouuce Baby Dies BEREA, O. (UP)—Physicians a Beiea Community Hospital lo. their fight to save the life of 27-oimcc baby girl born to Mr Wilma Huffman, 27, of Bnmswic OhJ?. Tlie Infant died less tha tivej hours after birth. Why Laxatives Fail In Stubborn • Constipation Twefvc to 24 hours is too long to wa vvlien relief from clogged bo wets an constipation Is needed, for then eno mous quantities of bacteria accurm late, causing GAS, indigestion at many restless, sleepless ninhts. If you want REAL, QUICK RELIEI take a liquid compound such as Ad Terfka. Atflerika contains SEVEN ca thartic and carminative ingrecJi«n that act on the stomach and GOT bowels. Most "overnight" laxative contain one ingredient that acts on th tower bowel only. Adlerika's DOUBLE ACTION give your system a thorc-unh cleansin bringing out old poisonous waste ma ter that may have caused GAS pair, tour stomach, headaches and sleeple nlchts for months. AdferiVa relieves stomach GAS a once and usually removes bowel con QcstEon In less than two hours, r vvaltlfifl for overnight results. Th •famous treatment has been rccom mended by many doctors and drug S lid for 35 years. Take Adlerika one atf hoiir-before breakfast or one hoi before bedtime and In a short whi you will feet marvelously refreshed. Kirby Bros. Dni£ Co. Robinson Drug Co. Prayer On Mother's Day Dear God, I pray You help me to remember • \ Tlie way her tliroat mrned In Its white despair, Tli'c softness of licr linnds, Uio trembling slowness Of breath grown over-illlTlcuH to bear. Help me remember nil the little lifting Of agony, the tender vn»y she smiled, Her face when she could feel my hands upon her, Her tragic helplessness—almost my child She seemed. Dear God, help me, help me remember The way her eyes found '.mine all day until ... Tlie bitterness of tears has dimmed Hie picture. I pray You, let her not seem strangely still. —Ellis Burnett, niylhevllle High School PACE THRE1 : J (Honthiied Prom Page 1) was charging SI.25 and yelling It. "There Is no set price?" uonham asked. "You just gel all you can 'or ill "I suppose you could make a profit on It selling it at 10 cents pound, couldn't you?" Donliam persisted. "No, I couldn't make a decent profit at 10 cents." the witness said after momentary deliberation, "but I could at 20 cents a pound." , Al Klarberg, salesman for the Scrmo Manufacturing company of St. Louis, identified copies of many orders that he had sold to McDonald from June 26. 1934, to June, 18, 1935. He testified that $2 n gallon was the regular price ,pf his company for its scrubbing mid hand soaps, but that soap base was sold for 10 lo 20 cents a po\md. Will Hold 4-H Club Play Tourney May 22 Tho 4-H club' play totirnamen will be held In 'Manila on Maj 22. This will be the first tounm ment of this kind ever sponsorei by the 4-U Clubs. Any 4-H club will be eliglblFt' enter Ihe tournament. The pltiy wl.ll not be over '30 minutes, . Ii length, and the majority of th members of (he cast must be 4-1 club members. The winner of Ihe county lour iiumcnt will be entered In ; th district tournament, which wi include several counties. Then! th play winning In the district wl go to Fnyeltevllle to enter .th jstalc tournament, A committee on this tournniiicn met May 4 at Etowoh to milk plans for It. Tills committee coil slsted of Miss Lola Thompsoi Promised . Land, Miss Bob Wl Hams, Luxora, and Edgar Carney and Miss Spenks both of Etowjil • Keen Interest has been show in the tournament by the varl ous 4-H clubs, Indicating thai large number of the clubs ,wl enter. Soviet Workers Save More MOSCOW. (UP) — During tl irst Quarter of this year the ba: nee :£ deposits in the saving auks of the country increased 22,000.000 roubles. A total of 14.00.000 depositors hid 3,750.000.000 oulilcs credited to their accounts April 1. Medical Society Tells Compensation Law Joke ALBANY. N. Y. <UP)—The state medical society usually injects humor into its weekly bulletins on advice to citizens. For example, a bulletin safU: Foreman (to small son of work- Ingman who has met with an accident) : When will your dad be fit to work again? Boy: Can't say for certain, but it won't be for a long time. Foreman: Whal makes you think that? Boy: 'Cause compensation's set New York State has a workmen's compensation law. Department of the Interior General Land Office at Washington, D. c. • / April 8, 1937 . • ' - /; Notice Is hereby 'given that Liu J. Robertson,, of . Blythevllle, : A konsas, who, on February 5, 193 made homestead entry O. U'' Number 05243, for SE% SE'/i, tlon 31. Township 1C N., Rang 10 E., Fifth Principal Merldia Arkansas, has Illed notice of,.ii tention to make three year p'rbo to establish claim to Ihe ' la'i above described, before Car Woodburn, County court Clerk;, at' Blythevllle, Arkansas, on tlie'JSlh day of June, 1937. Claimant names as witnesses: Jesse Pranks, of Gosnell, Ark. Charlie •Richardson, Oosnell.-Ark. Tom Young, Gosnell, Ark. : 'Gene Lowery, Blytheville, Ark. ANTOINETTE PERHET, Assistant Commissioner. G-13-20-Z7-3 xmtz Morrison; epilogue, Becky McCall; song "The Sweetest Stoiy Ever Told," Sliilt/., 'pupils of fourth nnd fifth grades of Suclbury school. • '-, vogram for All-School Event at City Auditorium Is Announced looking School Film Pleases Audiences As n climax to the observance f National Music Week Ihere 'HI be an all-school music fes- ivnl al the city auditorium Frldnj Iglit. Ihe program for which wai nnounced today. , This program, In which mar imn 300 will participate, Is under school, he direction of Mrs. George M Hood, Central and Junto: Ugh school, Miss Mary Gumming: ml Miss Alma Pcicrs, Slid bury chocl. with Miss ..Winnie Vlrgl rurncr, chairman. H .will bcgli il 8 o'clock. 'Hie program follows: prologue Jack Marsh; playlet "An Even With American Music," char acters, Mary Babcock, Jack Cluim illn. Jackie McOehee, Jim Sinarl 'larry liny Brooks, with Miss All: Mae Garllngton as director; selcc- lon "Grandfather's Clock," Wood, Junior High quartet of Herman 'ross Poscy. Joe Evra'rd. George Hubbiml. and Hersclicl Trotter; voice selection "When My Dream Boat Comes Home," Friend and Franklin, by girls of fifth and sixth grades; voice number "LIs- tfn lo the Mocking Bird." Hawthorne. Sudbury Glee club; song "Mother Goose Parade," Blbo, Brean, Sturn, students of the Lange school; songs. "Old Hundredth" and "Dundee," ' pupils of fourth ai)d .firth grades' of Sudbury school; piano solos, "Good Night" nnd "Narclsus," Ncvln, Mnr- jorle Stevens; song, "Santa Fe Trail," Heriic, boys of , Central and" Junior High schools; song, "Alexander's Ragtime Band," Irving Berlin, second and third grade students of Ltinge school; voice numbers, "Villa" nnd "The Waltz Song," Lehar, Minnie Ruth Wood; dance. Sara. Lou McCutchen and Bill Clmmblln, arranged' by Mrs. Farmer England;., song, '"Hie Quilting Party," pupils of sixth grade of Sudbiiry school; song, "Over the Water." McCarthy, pupils of fourth grade of Lange school;' negro spiritual 'song, "Al! God's Chilian Got Wines." Ann oyd, Minnie: Ruth Wood, and jaVonne Redman; song, "To Vild Rose," McDowell, Doiothj Foster, Geneva Graves, Jane Mc- .dfltiis, directed by Mrs. Sclnrn The moving picture cooking school, conducted by the COurlei News Tuesday, Wednesday am this afternoon, came to a conclusion hue today sulxstrtntla IH-lzts were awarded to women who attended tho show at the Jloxy Ihentcr. liichulwl In the scvera hundred'nt were the 7( studcnls of the home economic. class of UK negro Harrison hlgl The show "A Bride Wakes Up' was n fruinre picture whlcl showed liow brides can learn to Soviet lo Make Champagne SEBASTOPOL, U. S. S. R. (UP) -Construction of a champagne listillery with an output" of 4 r 00,000 bottles a -year has been :larted In Crimea, near the cily if Sebastopol. It Must Be Good! Women Everywhere Say It Is DODGE never fails in win (he heart or the Mirifty houseivife who wants her, money's worth whether she's buying: a pint of strawberries or a new car. Hundreds of Blytheville women have already seen Ihe new Dodge as featured in the Courier News Cooking School this week al the lloxy tlie.ilrc. We invite you (o drive the new Dodge and see for yourself just why it wins more friends among: women every day. W. T. Barnett Auto Sales Co. Dodge Dealer Blyllieviltc, Ark. A theater in Bethel; Alaska. 1ms falmon for its Eskimo patroiis. Makes it the Ideal MOTHER'S • The finest gift is one that lasts through the years—bringing additional pleasure day by day. A Norgc Rollator Refrigerator is a perfect example. H protects health—lightens the care of housekeeping. It offers the most fleu'o/e—the most usable — interior shelf arrangements—9 different variations in most Deluxe and Low-Tenip modets.Remcmbcr Norgc when you remember Mother's Day. THE ROLUTOrV COMPRESSOR . . . , X cMr« 3-i»orfrf-pirtf wore eoW Ivr lie current urro? — tt tlmott trtrttOlaa. •*<*.*>.*. Conveiiieiit Terms HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. J. W. Adams, Mgr. BAKERY SPECIALS All l):iy Fri. -' Silt. -Him. 10 ,u m:sii LEMON LAYKH. En. ... I'ICCAN-NUT 15HKAI). I.oaf . COCONUT WAKBUSCC Do/ 3 FuncK-Nur |oc HUOWNIES. l)0z. 10 PECAN UOI,T,S -|0 C Do//... Ifc liiilereg Hour Specials 5 to \0 JVM. Priilny-SutimUiy-Suiiday FUU1T-TWIST Doz CHOC.-NUT WAFERS. Doz. . HOT DONUTS Doz. ;.. PARKERHOUSE ROLLS. 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