The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 17, 1932
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE. { ^'XEJtrs ICHF* Society Calendai Mon«»y Woman's Auxijiary of First Presbyterian church at church, '2:30 p.m. Circles of Woman's Missionary society of First Methodist church arc meeting at 2:30 p.m. nl there plac- «: .1, Mrs. W. M. Taylor; 2. .Mrs. F. D. Smith; 3, Mrs. w. W, Holll- PCter; .], church. Business and Professional Women's club having school party. V- D. C. all day meeting at Woman's club. Maple Grove cemowrv association with Mrs. J. c_!. Sudbury at 2:30 p.m. Young Mations Bridge club with Mrs. Rllcy B. Jones. New Tuesday Bridge club with Mrs. Oscar Bail=y. Music Department KtfitK Fall Meeting TI.'2 Music Department of Ihe WWnan's Club held the first meeting of the year Friday nfter- no«i at the club House with Mcs- dajnes C. E. Crlgger nnd n. A Sugg as hostesses. Cut flowcr 5 from 1m. Bugg's gardens made tlie roonis lovely for the. business and program meeting and for Ihe social hour when sandwiches, tea ana cakes were served. _:Follqu-mg (he business meeting Mrs. George M. Lee presented the mflSlc t.?achers of the cily in this Interesting program: 'Walt?, In BV.Minor" Chopin, Miss Leone Calllcutt; "Russian Dance" iiopak Moiissoresky. Miss Kathryn circar- ••Serenade", Toselli and "A Drown Bird Singing", Wood. Mis.? Carolyn. Haley with Miss Orcar at Ihe Piano; "Etude," Arensky. Mis Matgant Merltl; "Sunof the Des crt," -Bela and Serenade" Goun-jtl Everett McDowell with Mrs. Hus eeU Farr at the piano; "Ronttc dcf, Lirtins" Ncrlnl, Miss Virginia Ter- Fall Clothes at Belmont tilcrary Satlely Elects. Verdain Gill was clcctcrt preslrten oMhe Langc school literary sociQ- tjvptlicr officers named an' N W Moore, rice president; Idiih Elizabeth smith, secretary; Cluirchll Buck, reporter. Door Class _ .. , Swidiy. Miar Winnie Virgil Turner v ivill ba.-the speaker at the meeting or the OiMii Door Sunday school class of Lie First Methodist church tomorrow morning. George Henry will sm B „ sol:) Girls Clnh Holds Its First Mrftlnj The. Olrl's club of llt c ui Bh School at ii s first mocliug of he 5-e?r Wednesday Introduced tl,e loiiowmg officers: Sue Dutt pres- Mn *' * ar 8aret Moore, vicc-pre.s- inent; Martha Leo H^ secretary- ™r ? -t al £ , shav cr, treasurer; Mn'r- Earcf Keck, reiwrtcr Sue Butt gave the welcome to freshman girls and Mildred r atic outlined the purpose of the Girl's club. Miss Margaret Merrill cave wJSiJfS? ••!? R """."w * «te feet Officers for Lc Circle Franpals Wary Alice Taylor was elected president of the Le Circle Francais at the initial mectlni; O f the ot'h/! 1 a ^ on . Tluirsday afternoon, omccrs named by the groini ore: K«thr}-n Martin, vice" prcsl- Ruth Jenkins, treasurer; ' Miss Francis Miller is sponsor. Christian Church Sundav School to Have Rally Day Departing from the usual custom of Rally Day and Promotion on the first Sunday In October the Sunday school ol the Firit Christian church will observe tomorrow. An interesting program has been Planned, according lo those in charge, wilh the general assembly of all departments when representatives from all group., will bring messages. These will Ire- Junior Bradley for Ihc primary- Sara Lou McCulchcn for the entire school: Patricia Wood, who won thc prize winning essay on "Why.l Go to Sunday S:hooV' in the junior department who will read her cstay: .Enla Judd. whose essay on thc same subject won the prize In the Intermedia!- eroup. will read her article of 100 words. A number pf pupils from vari . ous classes will be awarded piomo- tlpn certificates by the supriiitcn- dent after a talk by the minister, the Rev. E. K. A mor D closely integrated pro gram of religious education planned for the coming year. nl thc adult department E. w Terry i s teacher of thc young nco pies class, thc RDV. E. K. Lathmr teacher of the Open Door class which is made, up of young married people. Mrs. Ediin McCoo] is teacher of the adult Bible class ccmrxK3d of older men me. v> men. The enrollment In the school is now 177 Vhlch is the largest in the hlslorj- "of the church. • • • Asxilbrj- to Have A Loyally Program. A. pageant will illustrate thc tttme. "Healing Hands In Africa and China" ~fof 'tjie Lpyaltv' jiro- gram of Ihe Woman's Auxiliary in the Fi«t Presbytsrian church Mon- is M Bits oj Noes Mostly Persona! MLssos Sara Ann Eskrldge an ulsc Boiiilaml, accompanied b . C. Rinks and Woodrow Tnni-i attended tlie boat dance in Curuth- wsvllle last night. 0. O. Tliompson was removed to 'he Baptist hospital at Memphis yesterday. He was accompanied SATURD; HBST =WEEKI,T SUNDAY SCWM)L LESSON The Faith of Moses . , Sunday Church School, 9:45 Morning worship 11:00 The ser- by Miss Laur, Tuckeu,,,,, prefer,,,. uldcd a A. B, .•cBi'lnr rcunil of large circles in Mrs. Thompson and his sls- i". Mrs. John Simpson, of Paragould. H. L. JUC-.5H, ofCapc Girarricau, Mo., attended to business here tills week. Mrs. Ira I.miibcrt and children Hilly, Katie and Ira jr., have gone to St. Louis for a weeks slay with Mrs. Lambert's sister. Mrs. A. Bishop has returned to her home in Cairo, 111., after a week's visit with her daughter Mrs. T. H. Hnynes. Mcsdames Russell Parr, Fred Sambfur. Herman ne.shr.ars and John Baldwin spent Thursday in Memphis. The Rev. and Mrs. W. J, Evening worshl]) at 7:30. "Jus- ce win be the subject of the hlrd of a series at sermons. Christian Endeavor at 6'3» n m (''in P" bl " !1 ' s)n v)t«d to wotshli t t Us church. A hearty welcome waits you. ----- BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and El«hlh Streets Alfred S. Harwell, Pastor I'astor speaks at 11 a. m on "I'ositionizlng Tlie Local Church" At 7:45 p. m. on "Tiie Eternal Question of Profit and Loss" Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Alvin Hollcy. Superintendent. ,.,!!;, Y- P ' °- G:3 ° "• m - M 'ss I-una Wilhelm, Director. W. M. S. meets yonday after, neon 2:30 at the church Subject: "Entrusted with the Gospel." Miss Cordelia Wllhlte Leader. ' S:m(fay School officers and teach" 1 p. m. Wednesday crs meet Wednesday Mid-week service 1:15 p. m. Choir rehearsal Wednesday 8-30 P- in. Mrs. Paul Tlplon, Leader The McDowell orchestra plays . — " ••**». it. o. uetwy ***^ "*--j-^»»cii orcjiestra Dlavs '° J'ai-a«ould Friday. The {Sunday evening fifteen minutes iV. Mi- 7 ttT>m* m4.._>.^ J t rtrnstnrilrif, it.- , . •*•*•*'•" _ — *n n uuj u i HUllJ. lilt, Mr. LcRoy returiied home -- — -•*".» iiuiue * '-*-•-">».a me evening service ictrny while Mrs. LcRoy went to : M lss Elizabeth Haley at the or- UQmnnnn \<Tr\ n,!,,,_„ ..!._ _.m 'e^w YOU are Invited to worship with Donlphan, Mo., where she two weeks with her Mrs. Harold Nance, and the ter, „„ rtev. Mr. Nance. Mr. nnd Mrs. Eldon Ncwsom of &-cbc, Ark., are at the home of Ihr Roc. nnd Mrs. W. J. LcRoy Inr an extended visit. W. H. I'hipps of Litllc Rock who is nttemtlirs to business hcrci spent yesterday in Parngoulri. W. Wylie is n patent nt the Memphis. Baptist hospital. Edgar Boriim has returned from a two days business trip to Mem phis Miss Nellie Johns will g 0 to Jnckson.. Tenn., tomorrow where 5"e attends Union University It. P. Klrshncr and .1. H. Bow,;n attended to business In Memphis yesterday. Mrs. joe Shanks, who U at the Blylhcvlllc hospllal, is slightly improved today. Oircoln Thurnlny liven. * • i i'.Val K'lillli (o Mitt Here Sunday. The local chapter of tho lvx->ij •Kith, uhich incluclrs ni->iin-rr«' to:n Mississippi coiuiiy, Arkaiisi*' "-' southeast Missouri. wlM haiej . also be' Simmons .. . served a drink with c,ikc tarhro Missionary Society Has Mr-cling The woman's missionary of Yarbro met Thursday nftcrnroii »l tli" home of Mrs. A. s. frr a social meeting. T!'? following program was ivilh Eilim Dean as ' i meeting al tlvj Temp'.- —-. iracl Sunday aflcrnoo:i whom nvo' prnyrr - Mrs. c. n. F.tchlsoiv Iiib'e '• '"'on "Mrs. W. A. Stickmotr talk "The Relation between Christianity an:i Health" Mrs w R •>I«>ro: talk "The Utiral BiJlioir Ertna Dean: prayer. Mrs J. Kite clTicers'wili"bV'Ei'i;s'.s'ol"lion-i te public is invited. N'anits OrTirrrs. Mas. A. Wcrt was selected "en. of the Dorcas Sunda " Uarbnnr. I" Ihe social - r. third vice president: Mrs ~j i H. Oillespie. trc.isirrer: Mrs T H ; ,, . , " ' ' ' . Vr Asmnbly l'ro Kra m ' . . .r: Hsynef, iecretarv and ' M Haley. ' rer-t or •• M,'; w" • .r '!:3l' school Luther Williams Weds Miss Margate! Hurst . HAYTT, Mo. - Miss ' Margaret Hurst and Lvithcr Williams of St Louis, formerly ot Haytl; were united in marmrjo at Waterloo, HI., last week with the Rbv. C. 1. Hill pastor of the Baptist church, offtciatlnc. Tliey wore at- icnded by Miss Pcr.rl MlWgan anil Miss Oran Fjoivers, also of St Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Williams will « at home lo their friends at I23-! Blcvclon Place. St. Ix>nls. Cawthersville Society—Personal •=.{ Sam o. corbctt jr., hns acccptci! i position in C.rcenvllle. Miss. He Jrovc clown Wednesday, accom- Miileil by Wilbur Turner, who A ill rilso be employer! there. Sharon j. pale and Frank Cuu- nlnghnni Jr., nltended to business :» Cape C.iranlcau Friday aftcr- :icou. Mother Bears Child Behind a Billboard preceding the evening service SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH J. L. N'eivson, Pastor Sunday School, P:«' a m J D Hooker, Supt. Sermon, 11 a. in. Subject "Our I:CSt." tor. V. P. U. 6:45 J. T. Ellis, direc- Sermon, 7:45 p. m. subrct "The Three Crosses." W M. S . Monday 2:30 Mrs. Leslie Moore, President. ' Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7-« I' m. HRST METHODIST CHL'RCH Main and Seventh Streets P. Q. Roric, Pastor ' Worship and Sermon, n a in nnd 7:30 p. m. "A Supreme Test of Fulfil" sublet morning hour. "Personal Rc- !]»nslbility" subject at evening Sunday School, 9:45 a. m Junior Church 11 a. m. Young People Meeting 6:45 p m NJW officers will be elected - at this service. 1 Prayer meeting Wednesday 7-36 P- tii. E. D. Ferguson. leader. Choir rehearsal Wednesday 8'15 p. m. ' STREET METHODIST Sunday School, 9:45 a m Preaching, 10:50 a. m Subject: "A tidy With Jesus." , You will enjoy this story of actually spending "A day with Christ." DC sure to come. Evening Service: "Spiriltial Rc- llUJqn." 7:15 p, m. , Worship uilh n s a'nrt enjoy the ?dod "Old-time Methodist Kohgs" Texl: Num. la; 1-3, 25-33 i. I*t«fiuUfliial Uniform Su;i- Sch»ol Lesson for Sept. 18. M W».E."GIl7KOV, I). I). "tltof 0 J The Coiigregationalist 'f Moses believed in the Lori's of himself and the Lord's leact- thc Jew, In Imnion agency aiifl 'n the need of doing everything numanly possible to make secure nis mission and the goal of attainment for his people Hence, instead of mardiing boldly nrnvFH hC Promlsc " L-i'Hi. trusl!i-.s to providence to sustain him, h» look the precautionary measur; of spy- Hie out the land, dtscovsrlng the before him and (lie condi- it Wight make for success, results, however, w.'rc net (he varied - ... UL* W ^ mill am «ons that might make iiVrtn * r 1I51acl °ry, :jcr Inc varied Judgment win, which mcn «ir nnlc «vcn practical situations was' manifested In a divided verdict of the ies as tl:cy returned. The ma- 'Hy report was iinfuvorable C m Phasizing the diOinilties of" eon- ann ? £ "" slre »« th <=f "ic enemy fh>i, ,"' ealt " and ^sources of inclr country, ' of the 12 spies gave a 'lew (hat the children of Israel ' ~ should eo at once and passes the ; >«»d, anil that they wcro m>u iib"- ' to conquer it. Caleb was the chief spokesman for this report busod' "lion ho)K and faith, and Joshua was his asssciatc in uryiu-i the p«o- i p!e to fo forward. | What was the difference lx?nveen ! the viewpoints and vision of the JO! ; n»d the two. occasioning such -ii- ! vergent rsports? They uere ail agreed, apparontly. nbjul (i:e de- sirablmess of t::o country. It was a lain llowing with milk and honey nut tlicre was a very dliUrcnt wpy or appreciating and es'.imathi" ih- "urnan elements. The 10 .spies who advised against attack were impressed with the si« and power of tlie inhabitants, mid at, the same time t h;y apparently were ready to iniderestlmat? Hie o ,"!!'' ra " nc "y <" t»s Israel. Caleb and Josr-.iu. however «f« not appalbd by the sbe of the Ctniti;,,,lies. They kn^u 1 that po w= r s not alf n matter of .,izc, but that i " is n\~a a matter of spirit an-l cournne. T llcy (lu not > namM * t»in W merely on „ b3S | s of numbers a "d apparent resources. It is not easy to ,,;,, C iir..-»!vos back into an ancient day and enter vciy heartily into tho spirit of a conflict involving the driving cf certain people from their country and homes that, other people might oc- • <."{)y itic'm. Tucrc is a llavor of miUht making right about 111? militaristic skte of the matter, and there Is no particular need ttiai w? should stress the lewoti from ilia', angle. Tne real \essuu lie deeper, nnd are foaiul In t;- 0 symbolism o! tna ccnlllrting reporls-ihc o:se bss°J almost entirely on mau'rialistii: considerations and supeilina! ob- seivaiion. ihe oilier bas-J upon d3 B pj f coiisicleralion ol ccir:i- and to!du ?bs j n n ..i. n The laying that "Ocd is on th» sxle of (lie groat battalions" is :u- ,'^ llt H r° Na|>o!ro ": "in Nap.-i-oa himielr lived to see the ovsniir-v ci the military strengt:-! In which ha trusted, n Is j». el( , s(in ^ , to remember that tha ovenvire':min«' defeat o! Napoleon at Watorlc """' s occasional parllally throi.jh t^c "(ling of the flower of hi' army into a great ditch, which careful r » ccimaissaiico of the grouiH C f bii- t.e niigiit have prevcntej Small tilings have often i ln d» fcr Great defeats anil urea' vlc'Dri»s Caleb ana Joshua apparjnily i oa v that fully into account, an-l they hart (!e=p confltoK-e in .>,,,a!l things cillrd -faitn" aiij "courage." Osceola Society— Persona! Mrs. High here Oco. score and snare with us the friendliness ind brotherlin'ss of the Street Church. Mrs. H. A. Bchrcns entertained ne two table bridge club to ivh.'ch she belongs at her home Thursday aflernumi. Abrey, n S(IM I K%1S prize winner. Mrs. Margaret Barbiers was elected president of th c newly organized CuiMiis Sclico! Purent- Tencher association at Ihe Prst meeting here Wednesday afternoon. Miss Efflc 1.,-imb TOS elected vice president and .Mrs. Justus Edrington secretary-treasurer. The Osceola Hipli School p. T. A. met Wednesday afternoon an,1 e.nrolled 17 new memters Mrs Bess Grig./>y wa s eieclert vice president succeeding jj ra . j B Mitchell, who resigned. Marriage licenses \verc is-sueil from the county court clerk's office here Thursday and Friday to Welsey Wilson of Siilligenl,' Ala. i and Miss Ruby Jackson of Joiner-' to Gilbert Davis nnrt Miss Kozcll Broolts, both of Pecan Point and to Homer. Hiidkln of Manila ai>tl j Miss Thelma Dell ot Eton-all. i Mrs. A. F, Bsviiam, Miss Fran- :es. Barham and Miss Spencer Buck spent Thursday In Memphis. Mrs. F. P. Jacobs is spending I tlie week-end at Wtwiovcr Ter- j race. .She has taken a-t apartment I nt ]065 Poplar St.. .Memphis, where her son Fred is attending high school, but expects to return to her country home at Glider lor week-ends during thc school sea- ficlally open Monday morning at 10 o'clock. This sermon ainis lo show CHURCH OF THE NAZAKt.VE Corner Scconi and Vin e . R. S. Kushin*, Paslor Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship. 11 a. m. Evening Evangelistic service :30 p. m. K SPRING'S, wyo. ~ Most children arrive in this world 1 in the white. Unitary ojKratin room of a hospital, but, a child bDn to Mr. aiii M ts . William Self o Sail Lake City flm sn \v light o :lay behind a Kock Springs bill- uoarii. The sclfs, tmirisls' were spced- ">R loivarrt Hock Springs and : nortor. They replied Ihe oul skirts of the cily but before tl:-> The don. summon as born. physician t!w .Vnrc nirlhs- th^n Deiilh-i ^ CANON CITY, Col. (UPl -l).- S'.ork's ten-year average is 22 bet Ihnn his principal rival, the Orlm licaix-r. Investigation c Mntistic.s rovenlcd that in a tcn- •xar period, there were 22 mere • irths than deaths here. (•uide Holrls Rcpuialinn ARSOLBS PARK. la. lljP>- »n Hlnshaw. who has consider ™l>- rrpnlaticn as a fisherman' 0-:de. liolth his reputation secure today after hooking two large '« en one hire at thc same tin:-, i IIP bass welglied four iwimds auc! 1 3-1 pounds. There were nit- nesses. rwizh. and "Saxapliobla" Wi'ti- wt. Svrrot: McDowell, accompan- l<;rt by Knthryn Orear: talk "Our ,'' r( ' fncnds" libn S. )lcath: talk Tree-TraiisjilanHug" Ely Aitken: poem -Shade 1 Garrison'.' Annie ' liaifcll: song "Doivn By the sycamore Tree" Sybil Dr'ackin accompanied hy Miss Caneta Saxc: Wro "Woodman. Spare That Tree" Lane. Leah Frnnccs Pars-.'. poem "Pirn at Timberllnc" Monroe. Ruth Rhoads: poem "Just He the Uesl." tYances Parker song "Trees' Kilmer, Winnie Har^ well, accompanied by Mis s Eliza- Hh Haley. Jhe -A cl.i^._vin, jiif., Allts Tile Rev. ^^rs. Enplia D. Beasey who has been 111 charge of the evangelistic services for the past week will preach at both service.' Sunday. At the morning service her subject will be "Pentecost and its results". The evening hour will be a great evangelistic service Rev. and Mrs. Haskcll Lon- who are in charge of the music, will sing at both these services. The revival will continue through (he coming week with services each evening at 7:30. The public is cordially initcd. A bit; welcome awaits you. come, hear the Gospel story in song and in sermon. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH "IVTATTER 11 Is thc subject of thc Lesson-Sermon lo be rend in Ihc Christian Science service Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at Hotel Noble. Thc Golden Text is. "Every man Is brutish In his knowledge, every founder is confounded by ihe graven iinnge: for hi.s molten image t s falsehood, and there is no breath in them" (Jeremiah 10:14). Among the citations from thc Bible is the following. "Thcrelorc say unto the house of Israel. Thus saith the Lord God: Repent, and turn yourselves from your irtols. and turn away your faces ftom all s'o'rtr abomination" 'E?.?k 14:6).' The Lesson-Sermon will also Include passages from the Christian Science textbook. "Science nnd Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Fxlrty. one of which rends. "Nothing we can s»y or believe regarding matter is immortal, tor mailer is temporal and is therefore a mortal phenomenon, a human concept, sometimes beautiful, always erroneous" (psgc 277), PILGRIM LUTHERAN ClU'RCH H. J. Kkindicnst, Plslur Sunday school. 0 a.m. Divine worship, 10 a.m. Theme: "The Church ar.d the Child." A cordial Invitation to licar this Tinon Is p.vS?iider! to nil. especially to 1113.W interested in our Christian day-schccl which will of- Lake the responsibility resting upon th2 parents and the church to i?lvo to children a Christian eiucatioii. j While the Lutheran d'.urch dsos not discountenance the crt!icatio:\ received in slale-snpported school. she does maintain with the lat? Charles Elliol of Harvard (hat: '.S'o one can leach morals = son. Mnjor Jacobs will remain at! O rider. j Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Anderson* •ire parents of u son, born here Tuesday night. He has been named John William Anderson. Mrs. Anderson, before her marriage was Miss Mary Hale Coston. A. P. narham and W. R. Dyess I visited in Little Rock Thursday. Joe Shippen. small sou of Mr. nnd Mrs. Eil Slilppen, sustained I a biuiscil shoulder nnd cthe:- minor injuries w!:en he was struck by n passing automobile driven tjy James George of Reiser. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Clyde Dever and Mr. and Mrs. nuucrt Craflon of Blythcvllle. -Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Gibbons, Miss Dena Weinburg and Mr. Lois Wcinberg of Leacli- ville will be guests of Major and Mrs. F. P. Jacobs nt dinner Sim- j day, when they will entertain complimenting their nephew. Cavl Jacobs Frank and his bride, th" former Miss Lillian Bley. Frank Critteiicicn left tahy fn.- the University of Tennessee at Knoxvillc, where he is tJkin? an eiigineeriiig course. Mrs. Criiten- dcn ivil join him there Tuesday. Miss Frances Barham leaves Sunday for St. Louis, where she i will re-enter Washington university. Friends here have received an- i nonnc.'mer.t of the birth of. a' daughter (o Mr. nnd Mrs. Karl I Abrey at their linme in Newark. .\. ! J.. on E-ptcmbr-r 12. Siie has j been named Nancy Earl. Ji r . and Mrs. Abrey formerly lived in Os- I r:ola. -\frs. Abrey. before her mar- j riage, was Miss Janic Dillahunty. She is the daiiijlitcr of Mr nnrt i -Mrs. J. S. Dillahunty of Blytheville. Jacob Doyle is home after an extended visit with relatives nnd fmiid.s at Walnut, Ridge. Airs. W. 13. Hunt sp.'r.t several days l!ie first of the week nt Lake View, Miss., where she was called on account of the illness of l:er mother Mrs. s. A. Hughey. Dr. O. Howton of Luxora and Dr. L. Howton of Osceola left Thursday from Martisonville Ky for a visit win, d, e j r f a t her ,,,;,',' with cliier relatives Mr. and M,- s . Rag( . r liave gone to New York winter, ''f'fy Mrs. Bin Ralph nnd a small '" " re ViSU '" r p o i mras Citv to- Mrs. Frank Shijipen will leave nr -m"i a visit svith her brother, Dr. Elllston, in New Castle Kv Hayti Society—Personal Miss OjiJe /Uvlcrson of Memphis -Miss Thelma Robertson of st. Mr. ami Mr? H.' c . H; , rmon find aaughter. Gradn Mai -m,; Mrs. A. P. Hoffc att.-ndrd (he circus at Blytheville Wednesday ^fr. and Mrs. Paul Wwi'n a-- coiiipjnied bj- the toiler's mother ills. J. N. Goldsmilh, anil son Dan. of Konnett were here Sunday visiting the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. w. W. Gwin. Mrs. Ernest Craig of Kennett spent Sunday here with her sister Mrs. Henry Euell. '•" -\IiiS Eileen Chit^s, ' 'duties' Trainer and Ray Limbaush jr. at- tcnded the circus in Blylhcvlllc Wcicnesday. .Mr. and Mrs. Charley Trainor and Mrs. W. T. Netlicry of licrc allendeil the ciicus at Blythc- ville Wetlncsttay. Hospital Notcf Patients dismissed from the Blytheville hospital today: I. V Do- "i^r. Roule 1; J. W. Ttaniun. .M-. n ipiiis: Mrs. W. M. Godwin, city: Mi;s Prances Harrcll, Tyler. Mo • •Mrs. V. 1. Alexander, steele, Mo" I MATERNITY a nrt adoptions, se; elusion for unfortunate jjirls. Ex- j IIUILSC raluccd by working. Address ( Falrmoimt Hospital, 49C3 East 27th Kansas City, Mo. without religion. Tnke religion out of education, and you have m fo;m- ! dation ii|xm whicli to build moral character." Because of i!s very nature. the public, school cannot utilize Christian Influences. The separation of Church Slate de- - mands that religious education be separated. from rcculur education, as far as our public school sjoc-s.'ln view of these facts the Lutheran church has maintained at on-.-u cost, a system of Christian parish sci'.ools. one of which will oiv-i Mondfly. One to the fact that the neces=nry icnovalions are not quite cxnplet- cd. regular sessions will be dispensed with until Wednesday morning. 8:30. Formal opening will bat the church, opposite Ui- at 10 a.m Final held school. Monday rcgistrailoii « being held 'today." *1I!ST t'HKl'sTIAN CI1UKUI E. K. I.ilimcr, Minuter Church scliool. SM5 a. m. Rally Jay and Promotion in all departments. •Holy Cotnniunlon and sermon hy Ihe minister. 11 a. in. There win be na vesper service:.. A cordial welcome always. Sweet Cream HuKcr 25c I-l). Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10c Qt. Delivered 1'honc 71 ian Hutlcrmilk 15c Qt. ' In Church Sunday *-, Draperies, Bedding . . . C!i';mt(l hy ;i (ht)r(iu»Ji motk'rn niefhotl (liaf restores (he ovit;iii;il luslrt' ii""' I'lii-i's lisivc' hutn M» rethu-i'd jis i« i' il! this cunvuik'til .service within n-iicl" " ! all. T.KJIITKN Y0i:u IIOUSKCI. HY SKM)[i\(J THK lU.-CiH, DRAI'KU- 1K.S A.M) 1JKDDING UKKK KOK .\ THOUOUCH INNOVATION. Phone 327 for a White Truck BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY

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