The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 2, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 2, 1937
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CHIJKCHES Social • Calendar M.QNPAY'$ EVENTS ," G,u,Ud',of St, Stephen Episcopal chiuxh meeting with Mrs. Enima - flolen, ?30 p.^ni, _, Woman's " Misslonaty Society, First Methodist church, meeting at church, 2.3o p m. i Woman's Auxiliary, First Pies- bjteriem church, meeting at church, 2 30 p, in, v 'TUESDAY'S 'EVENTS \ Mrs l j. >Nlck Thomas having the Tuesday Bridge club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs., James H. Bell ha\ing Wednesday Bridge club •' Delphian;Study Club meeting nl Hotel Woble, 9'30 a. m. Sudbnry p, T A. meeting at 3 - p iii , following executive boaid meeting, 2 30 p, , in. ' _ ,_ THURSDAY'S EVENTS - Mrs. Edgar Borum entertaining Th\ rsday Contract club Mrs. Russell Phillip.'; having the Thursday Luncheon club Open Door Class Plans Special Program, Plans ars being made for a special program to be given by the Open" Door Sunday school class of the First Methodist church Sunday morning • ' > ~ Anyone caring to attend who docs not Jiave transportation is asked tc^call Jack Bishop at. 32 or Mrs F. L. Husband at 388 • » • Compliment Daughter. • , . Thirty guests from Blvtlicvillc Osceola nnd Luxora attended a party Thursday night given by Mr - <and Mrs. P. B. Wood al their LuAora home in honoi of their daughter, carolee - Dancing was cloved with a plate lunch served during intci- , mission by Mrs Woo.l, assisted bv "Mrs. A F. Flelchci and Mrs ., John whltworlh, of Osceola. f « * Have Dance, Members of the city high school - football team and the students. , home _ from school for Christmas vacation shared honors at a dance given by MIsses'Mary Eunice Lay- Eon and Helen Tindal Friday nlghl at'the Woman's club - Metallic hearts, stars and circlets hung from thp lights throughout the ball room for a New Year deco- rativo scheme and confetti anrt serpentine added color. Miss Tindal received, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. c, Tindal and Ma\ rjsrcy, and Miss Laysm ••»as with lw parents, MI . and Mis H C Lajson, and Leon Smith _ The 150.present,mcluded a pum- ber of guests from Caruthcrsvllle and Oscsola and these vvere from more disianS points Miss Mar 'Josephine Oration of Comvay, vvh( , is', visiting the Crafton families _Miss Jane o^den of Memphis houseguest of Miss Carol Lander dale, and Miss Lillian Moore o ' Wilson, who Is visiting Miss Jov Phillips. * * * " Dancing party Giveli. 4i s tlie dancing party given las.1 nigh by Mlldr.eS and Doris Muir at th 'nil,- Among tlic gu,es(s vvere Hen ry Clay Patton'of Newport, who I visiting r ]ns father, E C Pattoi Ann Haaga of Memphis, hous?gucs of Patricia- Wise, and .Virginia Co or Mempiiis, who is visiting Mar Jorle May. Flowers decorated the hu.t am punch and cookies were sowed fron a central table adorned iUth sprm flowers and Muir iveie as , r iveie as sis ted in entertaining bv Ihcir pir ents, Mr and Mrs, Geoige Muir - * • • Has Dinner Party. An^carly spring motif was usei ^oy Miss Frances Little to dcco la^ni/hf* 1 "" 6 £* r h " din " Br !»« Jaa night A blue bowl filled with flowers in jellow and orange shade mlrrored twy was th - nul cups Virginia Martin, Jam- B ran 3y Phillips, Mary FJirabet , Virginia Little and Mi! •I Josephine' Craf,ton of Cor For This Winlcr-ancl Next \^m% >• 'W^V. V '* « .J,1 vv"A. i ^1 '* *. f \\ * ' "• -f</ ",1 *• T Bits of News Mostly Personal Cvcir If dresses gel quite o bit shorter Ihc finger-tip length tunic coal .will look all right next winter And light now Its a stjle leader This version of the mode Ib in a, smooth surfaced black wool bull trimmed with black pcislan The dicss is v\orn with elbow length sleeves,-a bright, red nscot scarf and two blight led stilpcs on the"'bodice. "Swing" Hand Offers Chance lo Both Sides at Duplicate Miss Tcnlo McDonald, of Orlando. Fin., Is the houbcgircsl of John McDowell and his parents Mr. and Mrs. J, D. McDowell. Mr .and Mrs,'. Rcnkcrt Wclcn- hnmp will rclurn loday from New Orleans, where they attended Ihe Sugar Bowl, gajnc. . They went down with BBiiiD friends from Memphis ' Mrs. Frank Baum, of Memphis', h:\s returned homo after spending the holidays, vvllh her brother, J. p." McDowell, and family. Miss Jane Ogden of Memphis, u .student al Southwestern University, is the. hoi^quest of Miss Caiol Lauileidilc 101 i few rlajb E. A. Fisher, who had a stroke of paralysis Thursday afternoon, Is Improving. He Ijs. at the Bly- thi'ville hospital, it O Wlckhiim left todiy foi Dayton, O., where-lie, will nUoifil thp Ohmer Cash Register Coni- Uaiiy for two, months, after spend- Ing ten davt. vvllh Mis Wickhiin Mibi Mai tin Leo Hall will go to Cape Gnaideaii lompnovv wheie she attends Southeast Missouil St ile leaeheis college after spend Ing the holidays it home Miss Vcm bilibi will leive to morrow foi Dilon Rouge I/I vvhcie she attends Louisiana State Unlvcisltv aftei spending tho holldajs at home Mis CintiA Bivant and Miry mine Nabeis have returned from Ti iielo Miss where they cpsnt fcvcral dajs vvllh idlatives Mis J A Leech Mi and Mi's A O Little Ml and Mis A Conwiv accompanied by Mis Will Noimin of Mayftehl K\ will leave tomorrow tor a motoi tiljj to Mexico Cit> They plan li be away two 01 tlnec vvcel s Mis Dolman will nrlve todij coming lip from Memphis vvllh Mis C W AffllUc who Is llicic todiv 'zErtdlo Snliba will: retuni lomor- lovv to frnvcllcvllli. vvhcie he at tends the stile iinlveislt} iflei spending hi. holUIavs it home Miss Bcttj L"C McCutchcn left sestadaj for Wintci Park T where she attends Rollins collc°e ftci visiting hei parents dining he holidays Her nmtlici Mis O W McCulrhen ind Miss Mav Virginia Cullei motoied hei Ib Memphis Mr ind Mrs Hta\ D Mlllcv i_ uincd lo Inelr hoW in ncleni loday iftci sevcial oijs stij will friends. Billy o,nri Pluhp McKaj have 1C urncd to Armstiong Springs Ark where they attend Mori is Insti lule after spending the hoh-iij icason with their motrcr MIS Mi S E McKaj and their sister ML,s Mabel McKay. Mrs. W. Leon Smith and soils :on and Jack and daughter MISS Minim ictuincd jc'terdij fioi Pine Blun StutlgarV ind LUlc Rock where thc> spent sacra days. BY WJI E BIcKtNNLli Seerctarj, American Bridge Lciguc Hands which will produce 10 or 11 tricks for whichever side 'bujs the contract are ••the ilc- *3BC2 YQ100G *Q7642 + QJ2 VKJ V32 • 'None + A 9 8 5 A J 7 •> y A84 • 083 + K 106 Duplicate—All VU1. South West North Kast Pass Pass 1 » IV 2V 3* 4 V Double Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—4 9 : ; Honor , ChicKasaws ^AtjBodstcr Baiiqucl OirTJiursclay, Jan. 7 • , The bantiuet of (he Blylhcville , Bcaster club, Honoring 'the Blv? schol E chic?«sf w7 "P^ to 1936 tho Noblc wn , ,WH act as loastmaster. The pnn- clpal^'spcakpr has (.not jet been , Announced baf an > Ration has , O "liter in increases thc "Osccola, Society — Feisonul Mrs. C. B: Driver has ns Mict sucsts (01 tnc weekend her 'Sis ter, Mrs C H O'Neal of Little and her brother, O K Richards and Mrs Richards^of St Louis They came Thursday at tend the New Years dance- given by the younger married set y at>the' Community' House. - | Mr and Mrs Herbert Snippm' of Little Rock' are, the guests*.of! her brother James-;'Driver* and Mrs Driver at their'home-south I ol town. Sam Hodges drove to Little Rock Thursday to get Bob Oor- dcn, a class mate\ot-hls al the University of Arkans*as who'Is to be h<s guest foi thc.wfcckcnd They will return to Fajcttfevllle tomorrow along with the.'olhci Osceola btxidenls, Allan Scgravcs and! Mary Stewart 'BullciT- ! R M Gamble "of Memphis,! gsncial agenl .foi l«j'John Bin-, ccck Life Insurance 'Co, visited 1 with Mr. and Mrs Halo Jacteoni Thursday, | Mrs E A Teafoid was hosier 1 to members of the Y. W. A 'and! their guests at a party In the' Progressive Club rooms last night light of the phsci of duplicate bridge The reason Is that such combinations produce the swings so dear to the heart of the earnest seeker nftei a ' top on the toa'rd.' DUO such hand dcilt In the finals of the national open pair championship of the American Biidgo League in Chicago recently, produced all sorts of results, including four spides doit- ulcd -for North and South, ant four" hearts doubled for East am West E E Mcrcirnn of Indianapolis anrt John R Lewis of Pittsburgh made : the four-heart contract. Mr nnrt Mrs J D Pope of Glencoc III., tnaclo the fpnr-spade contract Todays' bidding was that of McFcrra'n • nml Lewis. Lewis, who sit Fast, hid no difficulty In making, his ^'contract, losing a club, a spailc, and a heart. AVlicrc <Mr.' and Mrs. Pope sal North anil South Mrs Pop opened.tlic bidding with the Solid ! hand, and (hey reached a con | tract of four spades' In tin lease only a club and two Irumi I tricks vveie lost At the sam, 'time opponents took sets as hlgl is SCO in defending ntamst ad j verse .game bids. I So all in ail II was a ham jot many headaches (or the cari cst strivcrs aftei Uic open pal championship. (Copyright,-1936, NEAService, luc Toda>'s Contract Problem South has the contract for three m> trump He wins the second Inck, Ihen leads a'dia- mond t,o Ihe queen in dummy. This holds, and when Ine diamond seven is led, East Plays tl;e ten What card should Soulh now play? A 53 V K 10 5 2 + Q87 * A K 5 2 (Kill I) AAK4 VJ8G Pans Sensalion Nonc\ul Opener- A Q Solution in next Issue. 2 •SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, CIIUKCIl OF NAiSAItlvNK II, licaslcy, I'aslor Sunday school, 3:45 a.m. E. L. Evans, supl. Morning worship, H a.m. Ssr- mon subject: "Where Judgment ihould Begin.' N. Y. P. S., G:45 p.m. Evening service, 7:30 'p.iji. Sermon subject: "The Ideal Home." The Sunday evening service will be styled "Family Night" when the music and message v, 1 !!! be dedicated to mothers and fathers who will be present with their children. We invite you lo worship with us at this special service. FLAPPER .FANNY 0 BY li[* SERVICE. ISC, T. I.I. SEC. V. 6, PAL OFF By Sylvia FULL GOSl'EI- CHUHCI1 Lilly & Vino Sis W. O. Slnglclcrry, pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. N. T-ranthtnn, supt Morning worship, u a.m. P Y P A e 30 p m Evangelistic service, 7:45 p.m w. ClItlKCH OF CHRIST Court House Auditorium Morning service, Sunday school, 10 a.m. Church, 11 a.m. Sermon bv Ihc Rev. Stanley L, Jones. Church. 7:45 p.m. Everyone Is cordially invitod. LAKE STKKKT METHODIST CHUUCH M. N, Jolimtinij I'aslor Church school, 0:50 a.m. Ivern Morris, Supt. There is a class for every age. Church, 10:40 a.m., followed by (he Lord's Supper. Young people meeting, 0:15 p.m. Church, 7 p.m Regular meeting board of slew-, arcls Tuesday niglil, 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday night, 7:30 p.m. Come ami let us worship God together. ASS1MBIA OF GOD CHURCH Seventh and Ash ' Streets SiimHj school 0 45 a in Morning service,. 11:00, a. m. Jail service 4 iO p m Ji 0 A Class 5 30 p in Si C A Class 6 30 p m, Tvening seivlcc, 7 45 p in. New teaqheis, and officcis foi Ihe Sunday'schoolwill be elected on Sunday morning. The Missionary •offering will,be taken 01 .Sunday-morning also. The.. Rev. Mv. Plnksloii fron Oklahoma, ..who begins a reviva meeting at this chinch on bun <liv evening will bring the mom ing messigi. Theic will be sei vices every night next week with Rev Pinkslon speaking and the public is invited to attend , "Who is it, Baby?"- "Eitherthe yellowronilsKrnr llic limousine wilh the diiiuffciir." Way r To World Peace." It will be inspiring and educational. At Ihc 7:30 service we shall Ehovv a Religious Picture, "The Life of Christ," nude from the world-famous Gberammergau Passion Plaj The-public Is most cordially invited. No admission charge. Only a free will offering at the close. jYoiin Fiancee of Gov. CurleV CHURCH 4 Alfred Carpenter, Pastor' 0:30 a. in, Bible school. 10 35 i m worship service Pis- lor s sermon topic A New Yeai b Sccict Speciil music- duet Al (in Huffman Ji mil nank Huffman. 0 30 p m Biplist 1 tiaining un ion 1 30 p in Chinch soivicc Sei mon topic A wide Awake Dream Special music—Solo Mis H J Frll/ms Mondaj Mississippi Countv Workers' Council al Dell. Wednesday evening I 00 o clock, depaitment meetings 730 o clock, Prayer service. LUXOUA UAI'TIST CHUllCH U P. Flaunting-, I'asor * WANTED Who?—2CO people. \Vhere9-I3aptist Church, Lux- orii. lD37 l!Cn? ~ 5U " <lny ' Jntum> 'y 3 . Why?—To worship. New Year right by attending ;:hurc.h.. Subject for the morning ™L,V C ' "Things You }Vill Need in j Come and worship with us. CI1KIS1IAN SCILNCI SOCTL1Y 708 W. Main God is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches of Christ. Scientist, on Sunday, January 3rd. The Golden Test is "God is the Lcid, which Inth showed us light. Psalms 118:27. Among the citations which comprise;,.the Lesson-Sermon is the' following' from the Bible: "Acquaint now thyself vvilli him. and he at peice thembj pood slnll come unto thcc." "job 22:21, .The' -.Lesson-Sermon also includes the followmp pissiges fiom thi, chnstiin Serpce textbook,] 'Sclrhce and Health with | Key to the Scuptmcb l« Miry Bakei Eddy: "If God wc,c understood insteicl of being meielv believed this understanding would establish health Page 203 The Rei ling Room is open ev cry rues ind Fnclav fiom 2 to 5 P. M. 708 W, Main. HKSr rillllbllAN CHURCH Cirroll IS Clojil Pastor iuble School 9 4i I O Westbrook, Supt. Morning Worship, 10:50.'Sermon 'Small Enemies 'of Usefulness." : Evening Worship, 7:30 sermon "Vashti." .' ; ' Mid week .service Wednesday evening "The Birth ot Christ." Missionary group of the. Council will have it's meeting with Mrs. W. T. Bamett of Chlckasavv-j ba Monday afternoon al 2:30. All •members' urged .ia'. attend. .. The Young People will have I their meeting at Ihc Church Sunday evening at 0:30, This is an important meeting. Election of year. All young people l.\i/l Photo from Brjclirccli) Mrs Geitrude C Dennis (above) BiooKlinc v;idov was to become the ; bride of Massachusetts' Governor James M Curlcy bqfore his term ends on January 7 accoid- in« to' an announcement, from Toston An accomplished pianist and : singer, Mrs. Dennis is nearly 20 years younger than the governor, and is the mother of tvvff sons. complishert on the Foreign field Prof. Owens is stationed . in Mission school of the Prcsbylerla Church, U. S. A, -,in Shantun China, but is now visiting h brother, S. c. Owens, here. In the Evening Worship scrvic beginning at 7:30 o'clock, lr Pastor .will preach -on a Ne A coat of dappled silver hone caused a sensallon m Helms Paris salon roi sports or Informal countrj wcai it i, new both in FULL GOSPEL CIIUKCH Vine and Lilly Streets W. O. Singtctcrry, I'aslor Sunday school, 0:45 a. m. N W Tranlham. Supt. Morning worship following. Young people meeting,'6:30 p.m. 'Evangelistic service, 7:30 p. m. Tlic public, l.s invited to services, everyone will rind- a spirit of friendship by the church. PILGRIM I.UTHKKAN CIIUKCH Sixth anil H'aluul Street •..;;. H. J. Kldiiiliciisl, I'nstor Sunday school. 9 a. in 'Morning'worship. IQ a.'in. Sermon topic: "A New Year's Scr- inon in Nazarclli." The Lutheran Hour oer WIAV nt; 12 noon and over KLCN 3:30 p.. In. •No evening worship The day-school opens Monday, O.oU. J - The religious inMruction class niccts Monday. 3:45. We preach "A Changeless Christ for a Changing w ? ld." You are Invited to hear thfl message. FlEST METHODIST CHURCH _ H. Lynn AVadc, Pastor .^ First Mclhodlst Church greets its many friends with a wish for a. I'appy and blessed New Year. Special service for the inslalla- lon of Slewarrts a\i ( | Trustees nt| ',• A ', M - lh = Pastor preaching. The official board will Have corporate Communion followed by tho entire church, after sermon by The young people will have their cvenins meeting at 6:45. At FIRST- I'RESBYTEKIAN CHURCH S. H. Salmon, Pastor I "Some. Mission Resullt-" is tho! subject announced by Prof. A. C. Owens for his Missionary Address al the First Presbylcrian Church in tiie Morning Worship service tomorrow r.t II o'clock. He promises to give his hearers specific Instances of real achievements ac-' ... -pie, "The .Chrlsdan's i timate Goat." . Sunday Church School stau promptly at 9:45 A. M., and 11 | Young People's Vespers bc<nn 6:45 p. M. TERRY ABSTRACT & RKAr/ry co. Abslracls, Lands & Ixvans E - M. Terry, Pres. anrt Mg r . l'honcGl7 Ulythcviltc, Ark. THE BEST LAUNDRY SERVICE AII-buKons scncil on and minor rc- pairs made. —actually costs-less by the year—if.yo nolejiow much:longer your-cipthcs ; last THK SOAP we use is so pure you ca wash a baby's skin w illi it . •'. . th water ns soft as science c;\ii tuakc i . . . handled skillfully you are assure of maximum' wear from your clothes Try Klytlicvillc •Liuiiulry service lor one month. 27 Marriage Licenses Issued Here Last Year Blylhevllle's marriage business oomed In 1936 vvllh 727 licenses- sued from the Blytheville office Ihe county court clerk, Mrs. rey Woodburn Phceney. In 1035 crc.-wcrc C03 licenses . issued ere. Within the past four months icre was a noticeable increase in ic number of weddings. " ••• '• Africa and India Seek Electric Pest Traps BERKELEY, Cal. (UP) — R c . nests have been received by the Iniversity of California from ouih Africa and Northern . India -r full details relative to the light ap electrocution methods do- doped by Prof. W. B. .Herbs >icf entomologist of the Agrl- ulluml Experiment -station While the. light traps, as In- cnlcd by Ilerms, , were intended nly as a control measure' against Me nocturnal flying of fruil nnd el<l insects pests, the requests roiii Soudi Africa and India have- skcd -for its development as a rap, against malaria : mosquitoes nd other, illscasc bearing insects. As- a consequence, Herms has mlc-rlnkcn to readapt his Inven- Icn to meet the needs of public -Uh service Soldiers Learn Shorthand HONOLULU (UP)-Practice m hoilhand cuilicues has supplant -d bajoiul dull foi 75 U S Aimv >riv.ites seigeants and toiporah it Schoflell Uirracls Americas aigcst aimy post Pilmary aim O f lit eomse is lo qualify the men foi positions as heaitciuartcii :lcrks jj i or lcui . tn | Dr(lm . ment ma Comfort Sunday - Monday wifh thscastin a million! AI c o—Comedy it Iveivs Adip Mat i Ni^ht.lG i -Oc r V . GIVEN AWAY MONDAY, JAN. 'i— "Princess p a t Set" TUESDAY, JAN 5— $17500 HANK NIGHT! Roxy Ail'm:—Always 10 & 25c^lo'Ta.x SI low r.very Night ; Matinees Friiluy, Saturday, Sunday Fri lay A Sunday uialmccs— t 15 Saturday Iilatmct — Conlmuous Sliowinj; _ i oo Till 11 00 P M Last Time Today Frankic Darro and Ro\ Mabon in "Men of Action" Comedy ami Serial Sunday - Monday "lictolll licilhiili slonc .10 n million kills lull I never kitcu- oticof llicni v is -i Itm lifnl is joii ^ YOU'LI, LIKI5 OUU CLEANING SEUVIC15, • TOO! " ''' and a gay neckerchief provides the touch of color. . . -•-.. X^QITLM 1\ IMJllV^ Picture under the direction of the National Bureau for Religious and Educational Films, entitled "The ILYTHEVILLE '.•,r::«"S'fl ' W o«on»»«H , " v .«*«*"-: L 'wsr^SS- - Comedy &' Fox Nc«s Adm. Always 10 &

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