The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1935 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 4, 1935
Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT COIIRI:E R NEWS EXPECT Ml-fl Miss Willie Lawson Will Address Fiflh Dislrict Session al Wynne More than 200 members of Par- fnt-Teaclier assoehitions in Mte- s'sslppl, Crittenden, rolnsclt, Cross nnd St. Francis counties au> ex- pecU'd to all end U»> meeting o( the fifth district of till' Arkansas Con- mess of I'artnl.s ami Teacher* n;xt '•Wednesday. Ajiril 10. nt Wynne, It lias lx>en announced ijy Mrs. T. R Tatc. of Armorc-l, (lisU'ict piTilcli'nt. Miss Willie A. lji\\.M);i, formerly sliperinlpnJc'iU uf Mississippi cniin- Ly schools runt now of the .stals department of education, will Iw the : prlnc!p:il sp:-aU-r. Her ssiljj Is, "Every Move u ChameUT Mov Mrs. Tali', who is lo ]>roslil;> nl ( d:iy session, will nlso Rive the stall' news. Mrs. Mary Spnnn, of this city, win give a Kill: on "The T/JMhc-r's Unit." Members of Hie Osceola Pareul-Tencher association will give n playlet, "The Bid of the 'Rainbow," assisted by Mrs. Ti. D. liagaii. pa s t prislclent. of Little Rock. W. fi, OIv, siijM.'1-intcmlcnt of the Wynne schools, will welcome the visitors. The Rev. James M. Ilmjhcv, formerly pastor of Hie First Mr-ihotl- ist church and now pastor ol Die Oiiircli nL Wynne, will t;ive the invocation. Mrs. Holt Andrews. . of Wjnne, \u]| lead the (jroun slnir- inff, music will ho ulvesi by Ihr; music department of the I'arkin school and (ho melody Imml of th" music department at Wynne will play. Caruthcrsville Man Passes Bar Examination CARUTEHKSVIMiE, Mo.— Fred Henley has been Informed that he wes one of 24 out of 74 nnnllcant* to. successfully pass the stale bar 'examinations. He was the only one in this Immediate section lo pass, flltlioufih several too): the examinations about a month nRn, hat, they have Imiehl 03,27') chil- ii'en lo wheedle a repertoire of 200 limes from harmonicas In the Lcarlivillp. Debaters Win, Lose at Jonesboro LCACHVILLK. Ark.—Mlss« Mary Mnv Hitt and nnrncda Watkins ami Messrs Friedman Welnbcri- and nuav Cnlrell • rcpreienti-d leaclivllle IiHi .school in a debate nt Jonoftoio Pihircl'tv. Mr.> Welnterp: and Misi HIM. alllrmallve. won over Paiaeould nkl> school, learn iieRntnc Miss Watkins and Mr Culrcn lust to tin;'Jonesboro lil-li school team, afHrmnliv\» Misses Wnlkins ai'd Hill were the east of a one-act phv "Tli» naniinnl. llerl- (flgo," presented In n conti'sl al JonesUoro. Receives Promotion CARUTIIERSVILLE. Mo - Firel Went J I, Diiniel..jr., son ol Mr mid Mis J L Daniel, sr.. of [hi:; citv, has been promoted lo captain in tluMJ s. Air Service. Daniel Is Malioned In Hnwnii. but is to be Iransfeiied lo New York in June. Read Con incr :;ews Ads. Had Not Regained HealU^Since Flu Glv-Cas Quickly Sharp Neuritis Pains, Nervous Indisrcslion; Mrs. Witrtl Feels Shp'Ifi K n lively Well 'Since a severe attack of the llu four years ago my .system ha( : been in a miserable condition, .said Mrs. nine Ward, Falrlield at S9th St., Shreveport, Louisiana SHf^r' Mow Everyone Auto Learn to Fly THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1935 Keep It in your enrafjc al. home, drive It over streets niui highways lo tin airport—then fly. Those are possibilities opened .by the autogyro-auto, which Ihc craft pictured here essentially resembles. Spread out Die rotor blades and it cun lly; shift gears from propeller to wheels and it, handles like a car.. Tin; U. S. Bureau of Air Coinmerc^ lias ordered Hie first, one in America, ami Ann 1 Pcarce of Rlkins Park Pa., show's how simple It will be to drive to the'door of one's destination. riarmonlca Bands ! Rusty Bayonet Believed Popular on Coast Used in Braddock Defeat Las ANOELES <UI>> — The sax- BARRON, Wls.(UP)—H. S.Com- iplionc imsn'l usurped the liar- stock, narron county judge, owns nonica, not, iimoni; Lea Angeles' a jiKMncli nisi, cncruslcd baypnet iith, at leosl. Iwlilch he believes was used In : the Dh'cclors of the city schools!wilderness defeat of General Brnd- umnonicn bands estimated today | dock's British army In 1755. last nine years. Twenty-five hundred (layers, the pick of 170 schools, vlll play In a conceit at the 'Kol- ywood Bowl, May 25. The' cqn- •eit will bo broaiTcnst over a 1111- lonnl network. An enrly settler found Ihe ancient weapon about 20 years HBO ftt Ihe bottom of Qnmllc Luke. It Head Courier News Wanl. Ads. OXY TODAY ONLY Little .Theatre I'resenls —ON THE STAGE— let Us Be Gay' willt Iln/el Sitniple, Mrs. P. R. Kirsluu-r, 10. !,. Talliferni, Chester Habeock, .Inliii Craig, .James Terry, Annie Stevens i'oller, Jean Rrncllev. 0. I 1 . Moss, Mrs.. \V. I,.' Homer, Onilley Denfnn and James (iiiiird il [appears to have been hand-forged, harnjionlca j but if It originally bore n date or ' Inscription, this no longer Is visible. : : Cornstock believed Hint It, was lost by a blind of vlclorfons Indians rcluniint; from the battle wllh ni'dddock's nrmy. Minister Defends Gable, Whom Town 'Prayed For' CLEVELAND. (UP)—Chirk: Gable's pictured conduct, lia.s been "generally- commendable," believes the liev' r W. \V. T. Duncan, pastor of suburban Lakewood's Methodist Episcopal Church. Tile Hcv. Duncan's v[i;\v, expressed In the church's weekly magazine, was• that slated by an evangelist, in tlable's hometown, Hopcdalc, o., where residents recently were asked to pray for the star, v.'hase love scene. 1 ; Ihc evangelist denounced. The Lakcwood pastor did .however, add that Gable had "neglected his ob'- ligaliojis lo Hie church." McHaney Valedictorian of Leachville School M3AGHVILLE, Ark.-S. II. Kos- H.T, superintendent of Lcachville high school, lias announced that P. L. McHaney has been chosen valedictorian, and Frank Mlddlelon .saliilalurlan or [he class of 1934-35. Miss Lucille Brown was listed as third honor student. Mr. Mcllaney is also president of the class, Evangelist's Subject for Sunday Announced The Hev. 0. 0. Wilklns, cvan- KdLsl condiicthig a meeting at the Full Gospel church on Lily street, will S]>eak Sunday evening on "The Unpardonable Sin, or Sin Apalnst Ihi) Holy Ghost." His subject for Monday nlglil will l», according to II. D. Montgomery, chnrcli pastor, "Arc'Ton- gues from cod or from the Devil from Heaven or 'Hell, or the ni- !>!<> or not Bible?" ; Texas Company Plans New Refining Units PORT ARTHUR, Tex. (UP) — New refining units lo produce mo- lor oil will be added In a $3000001) C'Xjxuis'ion program for Its tfanl, here, are contemplated by tlio Texas Company.' , ; I-Vcd p, Dodge, general siii>criii- tendent here, said details or the project have teen placed belorc cxfciitlves of Ihe company in''New York for ilnal approval. •Ilie construction program will w Ihe Hrst of miijor imimrlance undertaken by the company In more than six years) ' ; The Port AHhnr plant is! the second largest: operated by i the company and ' employs : approximately 3,500 persons ; • rWBKKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON,-^ The Heavenly Father Head qourlci. Mews Want, Ads Text: Jiibn 14:8-24 The Inleniatlunal Ujilforni Sunday School f.p.sson for Anril 7 • • • Iiy WM. K, OII.ROY, I). ]). IMIIor of Advance Wllh this lesson v;e begin n new ciiiarlpr, Us 13 lessons dealing with great ChrisllRii teachings and pur- ixise.s, with a concluding temperance lesson on "Liberty Under Lav, r ." The first of t!ie.w grofli teachings concerns the Heavenly Fn- tlicr. Tills Is basic In the leach- Ing of Jesus and in Hie conception of Christianity. If we examine carefully all that Jesus did and lo-glit, we shall find that primarily what n e brought, lo the world was not a. command, hut n gospel. The first and prhnory llilni? In His''teach- ing was not lo tell men that they should love Oocl, or lliat tlicy should love one .another, but lo lell them that there 'was' a Heavenly Father who loved them It Is the slory of the love that God has for us Upl constitutes (ho gospel, and this story and this message was Inherent, in everything that Jesus did and ' said This does not mean that our love to Clod Is less n privilege and duty, or lliat man's love to his fellow men Is in any way of less lm]M>rlance. On the contrary our love to God and our love to our fellow men are alike in harmony with and in expression of the love that God has toward us. John makes Hits very clear when he says, "If God so loved us, we ought also to love one another.'" * » • How do we knpw Ihal there is a Heavenly Father who loves us? This was the question that was troubling Philip when he came to Jesus and said, "Lord, showcth iis Crick FOR i LEASE business building in I best district, ready for occupancy In May. Choice location. G. G. Caudill Phone. 7!)7 Tickols al Kirliy Admission — -tOc Friday & Saturday Milt. 2:30 Nile G:45 Friday Con Minions Showing Saturday Ailm.—Matinco and Ni(fht— !ii- and 25c SEE Scrinl—"Hcdirn of Chandn" No. II Also Cartoon .MRS, MAE \VAK» "Suffered with indigestion continually, constipated nil the time and then the sharp neuritis pains settled in my back and arms until it was most. unbearable. My gati bladder gave me trouble nnd was often confined to my bed unable to get up without help. . I was a nervous wreck, couldn't sleep and would lay awake by the hour. A friend knowing of my condition advised me to try Oly-Cas which I did end today I feel I am entirely well." . "In just a few days thts new Gly-cas made a decided charge in my condition," she continued. "All that was some lime ago and none of those former health troubles rme returned, have not a flngle scho nor pain and am thoroughly convinced tills new Oly- Cas is.without on equal." Gly-Cas Is sold by Klrby Bros. Drug Co, thts city, and hy all leading drug stores In surrounding I —Adv, Thursday & Friday 'VANESSA' with , HELEN HAYES and HOHERT MONTGOMERY Otlo KruKer, May Robson and Lewis Stone Comedy—"Object Nol Matrimony" and Novelty Reel Matinee—2:00 lOc & 25c Night—C:J5 tOc & 35c Scores of Stunning New Easter DRESSES • LOTS OF NAVY and other solid colors! Soft floral and novelty prims! Sheers, male- lasses! Crisp taffeta or lingerie trim! Ruffle necks, push-up sleeves! It's bound to be a happy Easier if you're wearing one of these! Step in : and ''get "ybuYs! • Then "step out" for Easter! Sizci for Women and Mlsias the Falher, nnd It, sufficeth us." Jesus did not answer him In vague ol- philosophical terms. He .said that the evidence of Ood's love and goodness were In lhn love and goodness that we nnd In hnnnin life, especially In His own life given over so complclc- iy lo doing the Father's will that men might behold In Him the reality of Clod. H Is important to grasp this. Jesus never made religion a thing apart from life, or Ihe revelation of II something apart from human character and conduct. Ood Is not remote from man, but He Is In man, and It is in the t'oodness In human life, finding Its cuInilniUlon In Jesus—the one supremely good—that, we nnd the evidence of, God. , We believe in the sun because it gives us light. So beholding the light thai Is In Jesus, we believe in the Sun of Righteousness and, Love nnd Triiihl There Is. a glory of God that itermeates the world, and we cannot see" how Jesus lived for His fellow men, loved them, and died for them, without believing that there is n Father of Love, of whose love Ihis Is the manifestation. * * * So Jesus said to Philip, "He that hath seen Me hath seen the Father." Jesus goes on:In this simple effective sermon to Philip and Ihe disciples to emphnsixc' what such faith In God and such vision of Him means. They are linked with a belief in God'.v essential provision for HLs •children -and with the conception of prayer in which the relation of Ood Is so close and clear, that the disciple asks in the name of Jesus for what he needs for his spiritual life and sustenance. Life becomes above all things a keeping of the commandment. 1 ; of Jesus in love, because In so doing one dwells in the love of God. Dm nils life of Ihe Chrlsllan In faitli In a Heavenly Father Is riot one-sided. The Father gives to His children through Ihe Holy Spjrit Ihe scnec of communion anil guidance. Jesus taiight clearly tho reality of Ihc Divine Spirit that abides In man and lliat cri- rlches his life through love. It is a wonderful saying of Jesus, worthy of much pondering and of taking deeply into our llre.s, "If a man love Me, he will keep My word: and My Father will love him, and we will come unto him, nnd make our abode wllh him." To realize that Is the fullness of fnllh and the greatest richness of life. Individual Instruction in 1. Stenography—Typing 2. Secretarial Work 3. Bookkeeping ^, Accounting S. All Clerical Work Enroll, any day—full courses EMJiA I.ATIMER, Mgr. Cape Girardeau Business College CAPE G1KAKDEAU, MO. Pre-Easter Coats -- Suits a Dresses Millinery *- Accessories all at prices below wholesale costs STARTING FRIDAY, APRIL 5th All New Spring Merchandise at Prices that command you to buy your Easter outfit during this sale THE COATS: Values to §10 Values In Values lo $25 $6.98 $12.98 THE DRESSES: All New Spring Styie.s $2.98 $4.98 $5,98 $7.98 1 LOT SILK DRESSES $1 Frocks: Hright new prints for Spring and Summer . .. all at reduced prices. 89c $1.89 .89 1 LOT HATS AND T'AMS 25c .Underwear SATIN AND CREPE SLIPS S1.9S Values §1.69 S2.50 Values S1.89 Others at 89c SATIN AND CREPR DANCE SETS §1.89 All Others Reduced THE SUITS: BOUCLE, KNIT AND NOVELTY WOOLENS Values Up to ifljw f|O •si 2.50 j(t>7.yo Values Up lo <2» 1 f> rf"kO ?2o ;|>i^.yo THE HATS: Latesl Spring Modes 79c 98c 0. Accessories GLOVES •Iflc to 98c PURSES 98c to $1.98 HANDKERCHIEFS 15c to 5flc BLOUSES 79e to $1.89 The FASHION

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