The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 24, 1937 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 24, 1937
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WHDNKSDAY, NOVBJIRKR 2-1, 1937 BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.i COURIER NEWS Landing Survivors Alter Thrilling Rescue PAGE-THBE*-,^: Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS ! Stated mcetiiv; of O. E. S.. 7:30 '/clock at the hall. j FLAPPER FANNY (r}BK hEn SCRVICE. INC. T. M. RtO. U. S, PAT. ( By Sylvia I-:iecl>; officers j Shirley June Bttrlmin was elected • President of (he fidelity society' of the Pirn Christian Church in ' a meeting Sunday afternoon. j Maxtne F.vans was elected vie;'' president; Marjorie Smith, secro- i lary and treasurer; an.1 Christine • Humphrey, reporter. ; Oleliralrs Fifth I'.irthilay Willi 1'arly. I Carl Uavis Jr., c'lelirated his' fifth birthday yesterday ,\viih a party fcr 18 of his friend';. The was decorated in a Thanks?]'', in-i tlieme and the chil- - dren played g:tmi:s Ix-fori' .Mis. Davis s:rvrd chr.colate milk and birthday cake. i]! Phillips jr.. \von a pri/o in a contest. :t Mrs. J. W. n.iydt-r assisted Mvs j Davis in serving. i VV. M. S. To Have f Homecoming Party ] The Woman's Missionary Society t nl the First- Methodist church will entertain Monday afternoon at the duirch from 2:30 until 4 o'clock, with a homecoming party for all those who were at «ny time members of the society. Mrs. A. O..Hudson, president ol _ the organization, Mrs. H. Lynn Wade, wile of the pastor, and Mrs." W. F. Brewer. Mrs. Harry Kirbv, Mrs. Edwin Jones and Mrs. W. C. Higginson. circle chairmen, will receive the guests. Ten will be served in rooms decorated with flowers and a musical ['retrain will be given. Have Marshniallow Roast ' Forty children attended the niarshmnllow roast this afternoon at the Lutheran school. Climaxing; a membership contest, the losing "reds" had to entertain he vie- : t orients "blues". Through this cam- < paign five children were enrolled' in Pilgrim Lutheran Sunday school. » a 1 * Mirs Elizabeth Crews ' Weds H. F. Harwell jr. The wedding of Miss Elizabeth; Crews to Horace F. Hnnvell Jr.. or' Memphis, was performed yesterday afternoon at the home uf the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. ana; Mrs. George A. Bone, in "Memphis i The Rev. W. E. Selah of St. John 1 *; Methodist Church officiated at the- randlflight service. - . ; The// bride was given in mar-" riagc by her father. Chester E.! Crews. She wore an afternoon dress of Wnllis blue sheer and] carried a bouquet of sweetheart' roses and lilies of the valley. Heri uccessoi ies were black, ! Attendants were the bride's" sis- ' ter, Mrs. Baker Wilson, of this 1 city and Robert F. Carpenter jr., '• ol Memphis. ' . ' 1 Immediately after the wedding' the couple left for a wedding trip : on the gulf coast ''cble-AlcHaney Wedding Aniimincc£. Announcement of the cf Miss Ma:y McKar.ey. d: Hits of [Sews Mostly Peisonal "Hut what ;;"ml docs it do you now 0]e mosquito season's over?" fr of Dr. r.nd Mrs. H. A. Mc- .'.<:ij;e.v, nnd Car)'p. both of Kcnnett. which took place May ;?.. 1937. i>i Carnth'.rsville, was r;;;de at i tc.i given Saturday afternoon in Kcnnett by Mrs. Co;•;.-• nnd Miss Alice M'JHsmey Mrs. Coble taughi in the Bly- tbsvilie sclicl system far five years; :,nd for tile past thr?.* jevs has l-.'Ui teaching in Kriinett" Mr. Coble is a salesman lor .in RIHO- mobilc tales agency in Kcnnett. Mrs. Jili c. McHoney, Mre. ,li FSO Taylor, Misses Miicred and .V.ary Helen Moore r.nd Mrs. I,. M. >.J-.icre attended t!].<? {•_•••,. Daughter (torn. A nine-pound ttaiightir, who has tesii <!tiincd Rhilda Ann. was born icsterday to Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Lee jr.. of Memphis, at the home of Mrs. Lee's aunt, Mrs. Ben White. . Mrs. L:e was formerly Mlw Madelehe Kelly, of Steele. Composer at 75 Is Happy, Busyi Demonstration Club- News Notes Named Russian Cabinet Woman : Manila Chih Meets. | i Mrs. Fred Ncedham was elected j president of the Manila Home' Demonstration club when it met at the community center Monday afternoon. ! Mrs. George Curtright was elected vice president.". Mrs. Kathcrine . Johnson, secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. E. E. Hart. r;port°r. ' Community leaders appointed v.-cro Mrs. O. W. Sellers, yard improvement:. Mrs. E. P. Alston, gardening; Mrs. Curtright. canning;. 'Mrs. Bill Davidson, clcthhig; Mrr.- Lee Rosenberg. - foods; and. Mrs.! C. H. Ashabranncr. recreation. i The next iiieetfiig will be held f Monday at ttie community center. Mrs. L. A. Moore, of North Utt!e Hock, returned' to her horn's Monday after spending the week cud here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Ciresn. S. 11. \Wlllam.s left today for fin ton Rouge where he will be joined by his sister, Mrs. H. H. William;,. From there they will (ro to New Orleans. , He \vlil return home l r riday. Kiir! Sa.vder will arrive tonight to spend the week end here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl !3. Hnydrr. Van Klllct will have today for Wnlir Valley. Miss, where he will fl.rncl Tlimiksglving «-llh his par- tills. Mr. nnd Mrs. FloyH" White will visit Mrs. White's mother, Mrs. W. 11. Jones, in Pnrngould tomorrow. Mr. pud Mrs. vv. V. Alexander and I wo sens will visit in West M'>"i)hls U:morrow. Miss Elizabeth McLean, who is attending Mississippi) Stale College for Women at Columbus, will arrive home today to spend the holidays with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. D. C. McLean. Dr. McLean met her in Memphis. Mrs. Basil Locke Is recuperating from an attack of Influenza. Miss Evelyn Sininl arrived home today to spend the week wid with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Murray Smart. She is attending M. S. C. W. nt Columbus, Miss. Uiin McLean, who is attending Arkansas State College at Jonesboro, cnme home today to spend the week end with his parents, Dr mid Mrs. D. C. McLean. Dr. and Mrs. L. II. Moore Slid family ivili spend tomorrow in Kennctt with Mrs. Moore's parents. , Max Usrey came home lasf night, ii'oin Cnimleii. Ark., where he ts working, to spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Miss Mildred Lou Hubbartl, who Is attending Southwestern University in Memphis, and Miss Tin Joy Lsnti, of Memphis, arrived thtS afternoon to spend tomorrow with Miss Hubbard'.s parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Hnbbard. ii Mr. and Mrs. B. Barker went- tb NqcteyvlIIc, Mo., this afternoon to' spend Thanksgiving with relativtjs! Miss Cora Lee Coleman'aiid Miss Winifred Goodrich will spenci Thanksgiving" in Little Rot-k with friends. E. M. Holt attended to business In Memphis yesterday. Torchlight flares cnsl. nn eerie light over (lie C*isl Ounrd Culler Aleiidnlu an exlmtitted. Inilf-lro/en imvivors of the stricken Greek steamtr Ty.enny Chnndris wore iiislurcil, nljove, Ijelnx Ijroiiuht .isliorc at Norlclk. Va.. alter a IhiilllnB rescue ill sea. Hilie 21 survivors chniK to wrcekai;; in shark-Infested waters off Caiie llalleriis for 30 hours before lli.;y were rescind by the crews of the Mrmlntn and the tnnker Swlftsure, Seven o[ their comrades wers last. *>, Cb vistia n F r ti i t i 111 n ess BY VVM. E. OU.ROY, D. D. Ivilitor of Advance From the figure of sowing and reaping In our last lesson, with the. assurance that whatsoever man soivetli that shall he also r«ip, we turn in this lesson to consider what the same under the symbol of the vine and Its fruitful yield. How dees the vine yield Its fruit? Through its roots In the sol], thru Us contact with the rrult-gliMng poxvcr of nature, through the care \vltlr-which the vinynrd keei»r trims It and keeps It directed Into disciplined production. So it is. says Jesus, in the Christian life. It Is In' proper contact, with the forces of grace, niul truth that the spiritual vine yields Its fruit. Christ Is the true vine, and Cloil the l-tithcr Is the husbandman. A iimn cannot- bear fruit In his IMc except as he is directly in touch with his source of spiritual life. We must abide in Christ If we would bear Christian fruit. This relationship of tlie branch to the vine is n mutual relatlon- • ship. As long as the branch Is i Abiding In 'the vine. II Is of Die (sanie substance and quality. It Is Cod's purpose concerning men that their lives- slioulil be fruitful. 'Hie Wither Is glorified, says Jesus, in our beiirng much fniil. and It is In this that we manifest our dlsciple.shlp. i From this 'figure of the vine and the branch Jesus turns to 5|>cjik more directly, of love. 71 Is love that is the essence of the vine and the branch, H Is love thai constitutes the relationship between, God and Christ and ourselves. Experience of the Chrstlan comes from the love of QoU nnd the grace of our lard, 1 Jesus Christ. As we have this divine love, so it Is our privilege to n'blric In U. And the test of the reality, of, our )ove Is our fulfillment of the commandments of Jesus, even ns he fulfills the father's commandments and abide.? In the Father's love. Whnt a rich experience-It Is thill Jesus opens up lo the Christian] ''These things have I spoken unto In the declining years" of an eventful h'fe, Carrie Jacobs Bond, 75, noted song-writer shown abovs in her latest photo, leads a full and happy exist-, cnce at her home in Hollywood, Mrs. Bond, whose best known songs' are "I Love You Truly," "The- End of a Perfect Day," and "Just A'Wearying for "You," receives many more invitations- than she Can accept, and still gets lots of /ah mail. 1 - ] At the Hospitals ' I Parvin McDermott underwent a i major operation at the Blytheville,' | hospital today. I Mrs. M. D. Reed, of Leachvillc. ! underwent a major operation at' 1 the Blyllicville hospital today. Young Ickes Swings Shovel YOUNGSTOWN, O. tUP)— Robert H. Ickes. foster son of Secretary of Interior Harold Ickes, believes one should work up the hill of success, and he 1ms started at tlie bottom. Young Ickes is a common laborer on a construction gang of the Rust Engineering company of Pittsburgh. Company M Will Hold Banquet, Dance Tonight Members of Company "M", local unit of the 153rd Infantry, Arkansas National Guard, will observe Thanksgiving with their annual banquet and dance nl the iirmwy tomorrow" night. .The CO members of the unit will have as their guests wives and Iriends who will be served a special goose dinner at 9:30 o'clock tomorrow evening. Following the dinner the tables will be removed from the floor and an orchestra will provide music for •-lancing. Luthmns Will Hold Special Service Sunday Special Thanksgiving Day services will be held at the Lutheran Church tomorrow morning at U o'clock. The pastor of the church, the Rev. H. J. Klclndicnsl. will speak on the theme: "Now'-Thank We All Our God." Everyone is cordially invited. The Lutheran Church is located at Sixth and Walnut Streets. wwmn you," he says, "that my Joy 1 may be hi you. and that your Joy maj be made full." It is an Intcr&illiig study to search out- all the In the New Testament, where "Joy" Is mentioned. The Christian life Is not a life of dullness, 1 or of sober seriousness, ft is not even one of passionate earnestness. It misses |its climax unless there lie in It real Joy—the exuberance llial cries In ccslacy, "Thnnks be unto God for His umpoaknule ulfl." CARD OF The family of the late Mrs. Malt- Is June Bishop wishes lo express ts appreciation to nil friends wlio .'.we so kind nml helpful durln? rifi rrcrnt illness prcl death.'•: All words of condolence v/cre ereaily nrnrfclalrd. ^ HUDSON offers you $ 7.50 •>/'V>r your old SUIT or TOPCOAT The crcclil of S7.5I) for oKI «uils is for li-piecc Winter \Veitflil Suits only. on the purchase of any new SUIT or TOPCOAT in stock or on special orders. EXAMPLES: Trojan Suit $22.50 Credit old suit 7.50 RENFREW. Ont: (UP)—Wolves are reported to be "as thick as rabbits" of here. An Ottawa hunter reported thai the howling of wolves kept his deer-hunting party nwnke nights. One of the party earned a 515 bounty when he haggcd a three-legged timber \volf. * * * * * PRESTONE AHTI-FRtEZE HEATERS DEFROSTERS TIRE CHAINS Complete "Slock I'rnntpl Service To All Nukes of Cttrs TOM LITTLE You Pay.. V Capps Suit Credit old suit You Pay Capps Suit Credit old suit You Pay [_'/.{ : «Capfs Suit $42.50 Credit old suit 7.50 You Pay $35,00 HUDSON Clotheir - Tailor Cleaner Here's one of the few women who ever managed to crash through the "For Men Only" sign in Soviet Russia's highest corn* maud—Mine, Viachcslav Mole-- lov. wife of the Soviet Premier. She was appointed vice-corn- missar for the food industries rtnd ihereby becomes among the llrsl women ever to attain cabinet rank in the 20-year history of the U. S. S. H. Read Conner New* Want Ad5 HELP KIDNEYS PASS 3LBS.ADAY Dricfon say ycmr Itiilncya contain K* mil^a r>l (Jay d,br5 or fillers nbich hctp lo purify ttj« I'l'io-l Mi'! keep you bcnlthy, ^Ec«t people pan about ^ ])intAa»,iy rr about3 pounrJa of wn.«Lc. Frequent or scanly |iru«^!iECa willi nnnrtinj fcArt butnmp fho«5 there mny he "tomctJiing WTOTIC »Hli your kidneys or bladder. An r icfr.'j of aciijs or pei.«ona in your blood, •fc-lirn iu« (r> fimctionii) kidney disorders, nay lie ths cn'isp o( n^e^inK l>acVncho, fticum-iUo r_Atia, Ifg |i.iin!r, loss of iifp Bn.l fncrjiy, R d- \'ni up niphtF, swelling miffincss under c trofti your Hixxi. WE WANT PECANS IlKNKY I.OHKRG 517 W, Ash Phone. FOR CHRISTMAS He will anprccialc a quality gin r rol!) cur w h| 5 kcy shop . . . Whiskeys, Wines, Gins and Cordials CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division MeCormick's PureVanilla because it makes better desserts Special: MENU Dinner 75c Choice-: T-lionc Steak Hot Rolls French Frys i- Sabd Half Fry Chicken Fresh Cranpic Fish C'olTrc or Milk Half Fry Fresh Oysters French r'rys & Salad SOp Coffee or Milk Hot Hoik Merchants Lunch 50c Fruit Juice Cocktail iakcd Turkey with Drcssini; and Cranberry Sauce Baked Chicken »i(h anil Crnnbcrry Sauce Fried Chicken and Cream Gravy Vegetables: Hot Rolls Creamed 1'olnlocs Own !?cans Bullercrt Carrots Sliced Tomato Salari Coffee or Milk Dessert: Ambrosia SIMPSON'S STATE LINE TAVERN Highway GJ— Arkansas-Missouri. State TJue

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