PAGE TW<? BLYTHEVI^LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAV, FEBRUARY (5/1038 , Social Calendar. MONPAY'8 EVENTS Missionary Study Gioup of First Christian church meeting with Mis. M. T. Moon at 2:30 p. in. St. Stephens Episcopal Guild meeting with Mrs. C. M. Buck at 2:3(1 p. in. •'-••. Woman's Missionary Onion ol First Eapijtst church having business and social meeting at church at 2:30'J). in. with Circle Two a: tmslfss". " , ' '•'? • \Voinan'5 Missionary Cjoclcly ol First .Melhoist church meeting at Church nt 2:30 j>.'-m. for fcusmcsr meeting.. .Executive board of Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian church nicetine at 2:30 p. m. nt church,. . 'TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Hiram Wylie and Mrs. C. p. Langston entertaining the D. A. R'.'s, with luncheon at the Hotel Noble nt ":00 p. ni. Younfj Matron's Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Rlley B, Jones. Mrs.. ; M. -A. -Isaacs having Die Tuesday Luncheon 'club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich entertaining the Wednesday Bridge club. Mrs. N. B. Monard having the ThuKday Bridge' club. •Su'dbury Parent Teacher association hiecling at school nt 3:00 p. in. preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock. THURSDAY'S EVENTS - 'Mid-Week Bridge club meeting With Mrs. A. B. Fairfleld, Mrs. 0. W. McCiitchen enter- taininsr the Thursday Contract club. -." Thursday - Afternoon club meet- Ing wilh Mrs. P. C. nolhrock. Buslnes.s Woman's Circle of First Baptist church meeting at church nt' G:30 p. m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS .' Literary department of Woman's club meeting: at club house at 2:30 p. m. Fashionable Tiers o!o by Anne Porter Travis Includ- •d in a number of specialties vhlch added to the entertainment. The g;iests danced in the Blue win and the Dose roohi was a\;,o used for the occasion. There were present 50 .toys and girls from Hive 'Two Parties A red taper emerging from an apple surrounded by three tiers of ruffles 'formed attractive centerpieces of the small tables when Mrs, Loy Welch and Mrs. C. H Willey entertained with bridge par- tics Thursday and Friday at the home of Mrs. Welch. The' centerpiece for the dinin table' was a replica of the small centerpieces. A bawl of fruit at the base of which were the ruffled tiers, was'illumjjjjled by fed tapers In crystal -'candelabra 'at eacl end of the table. The tallies for the- Thursday afternoon parly and the place- cards for the Friday luncheon rep- reseated baskets of flowers" with Valentine decorations on them They were hand made, as were also the score pads, made in the shape of mi open fan from papei lace and tied with a red ribbon. Calla lilies were also used for a decorative note. At the afternoon party, Mrs. N 13. Menard received a green cnair.s bread box and board as the hig! prize, and Mrs. W. D. McClurkii was presented a salad bowl an: pate with glass sjwon and for] for second high. A sei of varigated ash trays went lo Mrs. Russel Farr for the cut prize. The guest list for this party in eluded: Mrs. L. H. Moore, Mrs F. L. Engler, Mrs. Fred Sandcnn Mrs. Menard, Mrs, James B. dart. Mrs. George M. Lee, Mrs. • C. G Redman, Mrs. • H: A. Taylor, Mi» Farr, Mrs. McClurV.ln, Mrs. liol and Green, Mrs. Fred Rutherfon Mis. W. L. Waltes of Osccola Mrs. Rcscoe Crafton. Mrs. Jcv TrieEchmami, Mrs. L. L. Hubcnci Mrs. J. M. Williams; Mrs. Hirai Wylie, Mrs. Fred Hanna, and Mr J. H. Elkins. They were served plate lunch alter the bridge gam At thu Friday luncheon, Mrs. B A. Lynch was high in the bridi games. She was given a whit bread bo;; and board. Mrs. O. V McCutchen, who was second hig ocl °ck Monday, received an eight piece set brown find white beverage glassc For cut, Mrs. Meyer cjraber wa ' awarded ash trays. The two course luncheon served to Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mr Cecil Shane, Afrs. C. A. Cunning ham, Mrs, O. W. McCutchen, Mr Rodney L. Bauisler, Mrs. Edd Hegenold, Mrs. "Ed Williams, Wr !r?s Luncheon. Charles Criggcr jr., Mrs. Bernar Oooch, -Mrs. F. H. Acton. Mr Tommie Ostomc of Caruthersvill Mrs. Meyer Grabcr, Mrs. Harr Kirby, Mrs. G. E. Keck, Mrs. Bsk Wilson, and Mrs. A. Oonway. Auxiliary Concludes Foreign Mission Study. A week of prayer and self-cte- Fral1cc nial for foreign missions, which Sard has been observed by members of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church, was brought to a conclusion Friday afternoon when-the group met at Ins home of Mrs. H. H. Hotichins. Mrs. D. C. McLean was in charge of the 'devotional, foi'.ow- 'ng which the 11 members present particlpalecj In a round table discussion Jed by Mrs. 0. R. Babcook. Iho dlsciiisicn was concerned wit>i conditions in China and the safety -of missionaries who are situated in one of the most dangerous areas there. Bits of News Mostly Personal HES O'Neill Craig, student at Southwestern University, Memphis Is spending the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hall Ic Craig William Cade, who underwenl an appendectomy at a Memphis hospital several weeks.ago, returned here Wednesday after convalescing in Helena nt the home oT his parents. * Miss Carolyn Haley, who teaches lii the school at Manila, and -Mi 1 and Mrs. D. Osborne of Manili here here last night for the baste&all game. Clarence Webb Is''ill at lib home. . -.. Fred Matthews U attending ( business In St. Louis. .^.. J. B. Richardson, who has bee III from Influenza, is now able t be up. Mr. and,Mrs, C. W. Aftllck an family have moved to their new home, Walnut and Tenth streets, which was completed this week. Miss JiianHa SmiUi and Miss Frances Bahd of Canithersvillc arc the houseguesls of Miss Jean Bourland. '. -. Hays Dodd, who has been connected with (lie First National Bank, has returned to his home in Tennessee. John Clyde Wilson will succeed him as bookkeeper at the Bank. ' .. Mrs. John Miles Miller went to Memphis Thursday to take sinus treatments. She is expected to return Monday. Charles Juden of Cape Girar- dcau is attending to business here today. Mr. and Mia. Ike Miller arc leaving for Hot Springs Sunday morning, They plan to be gone for three weeks. '' TKMH,E Herman Pollack, Rabbi 1:30 p.m.—Sunday school classes will meet; rehearsal of Purim 111 commence. 3 p.m.—Weekly services. Hcad- ng from Scriptures will be: Bxo- dus 26. followed by t a se lee I ion rom classical Jewish 'literature. Theme of the sermon will be 'Life and Work of Justice Bran-1 dels—Birthday Tribute." Biandeis: is being honored by American Jewry on Ihe occasion of his recent Hist birthday. Ccrdlal welcome Is extended lo FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia all. \ FlltS T CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth Street Cieo. W. Patterson, Minister 9:45 a.m., Bible school, W. O. Ouerii). superintendent. 11:00 a.m., worship, communion and' preaching, "Drifting" will be the sermon theme. 2:CO fun,, Fidelia Society meet-. i;ij> at the church, 6:15 pjn., Young People's uieel- \n?. at (lie church. 7:30 p.m., The pastor will bring a special message to the Boy Scouls at the Presbyterian church. This message will also be of interest ;o older people and the public is invited. Ai! of our members and Iriends aic urged to .it- lend this service. 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, at I he Christian Hall, we'll meet again to sing Ihe old hymns together. A delightful surprise will add lo the pleasure of the Dueling. 2 Attend Masonic Meeting and Supper There were 32 Masons present lien the Blythcvllle chapter of he Royal Avch Masons entertain- d the Joncsboro chapter Inure- ay niglit will) degree work and upper at tlic Palace cafe, i Guests from Jonesboro were: J. Q. Lane, Harold Reese, Dutch Vllliams, Chester May wood, Prank Taylor, John M. States, John H. "ally and J. E. Ray. "i\'ow. remember—l\c ;;oi >our hamburger, bu don'i try' ruiinin' off \vitl) yur steal;." Scriptures" by Mary Uakcr Eddy: cordially nvil,; In om eU.y We mosl public. especially invited. . We'll try to make you glad that you came way, il^ "Spirit b-clng God, there is but one n ,.p! Spirit, for there can be 1ml otic I infinite and therefore one God." Demonstration Club News Notes 'ut graduated bands of shiny black satin over a sleek white satin otindatioii and you have one of the most spectacular evening gowns w'll see anywhere these mldwasoti nights. Notice that the sijuaie decolletage and the hemline carry out the jwiiHcd detail of the bands. f Anne Porter Travis, daughter ', ehnrch when they met »t the home f Mr. and Mrs. David Travis, BU- j of Mrs. SHckmon Friday. ic Fain Shedtian, daughter of Dr. ml Mrs. W. J. Sheddan of Oseola. and Gene Lllo Baker, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alden Baker of Osccota. Thc music was furnished by Charles Nichols and his seven Mrs. Leonard Johnson, who played oiecc orchestra, from Memphis, several Dumber.'; on her accordion vllh the "Big Apple" and a vocal and Charles Edward Jones, who Mrs. O. N. Hawkins, who was in charge of the devotional, offered prayer. Mrs. Stlckmon presided In the business meeting, following which the 16 present were enter- tatned with a musical program by The Lost Cane Home Demonstra- ttr.n club mnl Thursday afternoon at the school. The group decidecUlo postpone the election of officers until the evening of February )1. when they will meet In separate session with the Farm Bureau. Miss Cora Lee Ccleman, home demonstration agent, gave a deinonslrii- 'tion on soybean cookery and Boston Brown Dread. sang. A dessert plate with Valentine favors was served, * • » Itazrllan Class RIerts. The Euzellan class of Ihe First Baptist church met at the home of Mrs. Roy Head, who Li thr "Independent Woman" Is B. & P. W. Topic A program based on the club agazlne, "The independent Wo- an" will be presented at the .eetlng of the Business and Pro- :.ssiona] Woman's club Monday ight at. the Hotel Noble at which me Mrs. E. F. Belt will preside. Miss Dorothy Jordan will speak .1 "Making n Living In Our own" which will be followed by « alk on "Unity" given by Mrs. J. Barnes. The subject of Mrs. Osceola and 100 from Blyllievllle, n addition to a number of par- 'ewcher of the^clas.-;^ lor a prayer snts and other friends, who were spectators. The 12 year old guesls of honor had invited Iriends from the seventh to the tenth grades, along willi their younger brothers and sisters. R c f r es n m r n t s throughout the party. were nerved Place of filccliiij; Fer Garden Club \aiuril. The meeting cf Ihe Blvlhevilie Garden cliib. to be held at 7:30 Iw at the of Commerce room hall, it lias been , Chamber the city nouncccl. All members of (lie club arc urged lo attend as especially interesting plans are (o he made for spring activities which promise to greatly benefit lilythcvillc and its citizens. Miss Anita Fayc Bnck entertained seven • of her friends with a spaghetti luncheon Friday at her home. Guesls for the affair <mc: ,\ljs.s Mary Nell Patterson. Miss Churchill Buck, Miss Martha Nell Kyle I Miss Mary Adah Robinson, Mis? Mary Anne Nabors, Miss Mnv> Frances. Guerin • anil Miss Mar- Acton. » t , Bible Class Meets Mrs. W. A! Stickmon and Lee Armstrong were hostesses to afternoon. class, composed of youtv matrons, will have a similar meeting each week at the various members' homes. A public invitation was extended lo friends by this group to attend Sunday school sfnulav. * + • llavr Surprise Shower Mrs. George Duvall was the guest, of honor al a surprise shower Wednesday when Mrs. P. j. Ion! and Mrs. William Gilbo entertained 20 gucste at an alter- ncon party. In the games payed, Mrs. George Duvall received a fruit dish for first prize, and Mrs. B. K Turner and Mrs. Joe Carney were pro- tented »sh trays for tlie secont 1 and llilrd prizes. A'ftcr the games, a descil course was served. • * * Have Bridge. Parly Mrs. Malt Monoghan aii.1 Mrs Chester Caldwcll enlcrlnlned 2 guesls al an afternoon bridge party Friday al Ifcc home of Mrs. Cald Valentine provided the the members of the Ladies' Bible \ Class of Ihe First Methodist well. Saint inspiration for the tallies, and th decorations for the Ice course served. In the bridge games. Mrs. \V Loon Smith received a vase fo high score, Mrs. Murray Sniar 1 with second high was presented lion bon dish,, and • for low score dist vase Girls Arc Giren Dance at Hotel CJlrls and boys from,Osccola attended their Erst hotel dance here lust night When Mrs Maude P. Travis and IJrs. Arthur L. Webb, I of O^ccola, entertained in honor' m , ©HLY $395.00 1936 G MCI V 2 Ton Truck CC DW Six new 700x20 balloon tires. Conic by and drive this one home. Only J1GO.OO clown ami S2fl'.00 pet- mo nth. mum mm COMPANY 5th & Walnut Phone 810 . Villiam Berryman's talk will iVomen in Government." be At the Hospitals Mrs. Ada Todd was admitted to lie Blythcvllle hospital yesterday. Hill Joe Mooring, of Wilson, was aken lo the St. Joseph's hospital . Memphis yesterday. Benny Pipkin, of Wilson, is a patent at (he Memphis Baptist hos- Ital. Ray Jackson, who has been 111 rom arthritis at a hotel in Mem- his, has been removed to the Baptist hospital there. Mrs. Edward Segraves of Oscela. who has been here with her parents, Mr. nncl Airs. Herman 3rcrj> for two weeks, underwent n operation for mastoid at the .Icmptiis Baptist hospital Friday- Mrs. Cross will go down lor a irll with her later. Upon leaving he hospital. Mrs. Segravcs FIRST CHURCH OF THU NAZARKNE Eupha 1). lleasley, Pastor 0:45 a.m. Sunday school. Noble McCullar. superintendent. 11:00 a.m.. Morning wor.-jiin. Sermon subject, "The Cripple at the Gate." 7:00 p.m. N. Y. p. S. 7:30 p.m.. Evening service. Sermon subject. "The Onlv Person, Whom the Bible Asks Us to Uc- mcmbcr." Monday, 7:30 p.m. Momhiy board meeting. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. MUl-wcci: service: FIRST METHODIST C11UUCH H. l*nn Wade, Pastoi- 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. 10:55 a.m. Worship services, with preaching and Communion. (i:45 p.m. Leamie services. 7:30 p.m. Evening preaching service. ARMOREI, BAPTIST CHUUTII C. I/, Birftop, Pastor 10:CO a.m. Sunday school. 11:03 a.m. Preaching. 6:30 p.m. Baptist Training ' Un on. 7:3C p.m. Preaching. Monday. 2:3(, p.m. Woman' Missionary Union will meet at tin hcine of Mrs, C. L. Bishop. !>ll,i;];lM LUTHERAN CIIUKCI Sixth and Walnut Streets H. J. KU-lndienst, Pastor Sunday school, 9 a. m. Morning worship, 10 a. m. Ser mon theme: "The Labor Shortag In the Harvest". The Lutherar Hour over 60 stations affiliate with Miitunl network. Tune in to KLCN 3:30 p. eacli Sunday. KTHS, Hot Springs will also carry these prograu Evening worship, 7:30 p. m. Scr mon subject: "Lazarus". This . ihc first of a new series on "Fou Bible Characters." Sunday school teachers mce Friday. 7:00 p. m. "He that is of God hearcth God's words . . ." Jn. 8. 47. We cordially invite you to hear the Word of God al our church, if you have no church home of your Page 334, A Christian Science program is radiocast each Wednesday at 11:15 a. in. over KLCN. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and Eighth Itcv. Alfred Carpenter, Pastor 0:30 n. m. Sunday schocl. 10:40 a. in. morning worship. Music—"O Come Let Us Sin: choir. Offertory solo "Come Ye Blessed". Sermon "The Devil's 6:30 p. in., training unions. 7:30 p. m., evening ^evangelistic bcouts urged to attend. Gnus are espcciall SALVE COLDS Salve-Nose Drops price c & KiTZfr Everything for your enters;' tainmcnt and comfort. Admission Matinee lOc & 26c . > Admission Night Kin & 3lic ..: SATURDAY MOTOONTHE TRAIL OF THE SEVEN SCROUS! l.WXORA BAPTIST CHURCH Ij. P. I'lemmiug-, pastor Sunday school, 9:50 a. m. Mrs. S. J. Smith, superintendent. Morning Service, 11 a. m. Baptist training unions, .6 p. m. Mrs. R. L. Houck and Mrs. Charles Corkran, Counselors. Evening worship, 1 p. m. ervicc. Music "Draw Me to Thee", lioir. Sermon "If Christ Had 'ompromked", pastor. ALL-CHURCH NIGHT. Wednes- ay : 7tGC p. m., departmental mect- ugs. 7:30 p. 111., Mld-Wcck service. 8:30 p. m.. choir rehearsal. LAKK STKKET METHODIST CHURCH F. M. Sweet, raslor 9:45 n.m. Sunday school. 10:30 a.m. Morning worship. 0:3C p,m.. Young people's service. 7:3l/ p.m., Evening service. Monday. 2:30 p.iu.. Woman's Missionary .society. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., Prayei meeting. The public is cordially invited to worship here. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH S. II. Salmon, Pastor 0:45 a. in., Sunday church school; S. E. Vail, superintendent 11:00 a. m.. morning worship Sermon by pastor, "Prayer Power Preeminence." Anthem by adul choir, "O Mosl Merciful", by Elliott, with solo part sung by J. N Thomas. 6:45 p. in. Pioneers' and Juniors' meetings. 7:3c p. m., special Boy Seoul service, with Scouting features and sermon by the Rev. Gco. W Pattereon, of the First Christiai Church, "The Three Vs of n Vic torious Life." The general public . Is most, cordially invited and wit LUXOKA METHODIST CHURCH James T. Kanille, pastor Sunday school, 10 a. m. Mrs. Sue Brown, superintendent. Moniing ivorship, 11- a,-in, Vesper service, 5 p. m. with Osceola Rainbow Girls' Trio as special guests. "Different service about .Difference." Mrs. Jesse Brown, uisica! prelude. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES 70S W. iMain "Spirit." is the subject of Ihe Lecson-Scrinon which will be read In all Churches of Christ, Scient- isl, on Sunday, February 6, 193B. The Golden Text Ls "Grieve not Ihe holy Spirit of God. whereby ye arc scaled unto the day of redemption." Kphesians 4:30. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon Is the following from Ihc Bible; "God is « Spirit: mid they that worship him must worship him in spirit and truth." John i". Lcfson-Scrmon also includes following passages from Ihe the x>mc here to convalesce before re- Christian Science textboofc. "Scl- iirnlng to Osccola. enoe and Health with Key to the Luxora Society — Personal Also cartoon A serial, "Mysterious I'ilut" wilh Captain Frank Hawues Continuous showing Aihni'-non till 5 p.m. We & Zllc Admission aflcr 5 p.m. IGc .t 3lc : Sunday - Monday Mrs. Grover Driver was complimented with a surprise birthday party Wednesday afternoon' when eight of her friends, , of Mrs. Charlie Miff liii ' '-.for an afternon of bridge. A birthday cake carrying candles was the first announcement to the lionorcc lhat more than a salad plate was to be served alter the bridge games, followed by an assortment of attractive gifts. Valentine tallies and score pads carried out the decorative scheme of the living room. * * * A. A. Atkins, of PoiUoloc, Miss., is visiting his daughter, Mrs. K. E. .Gallop. Mrs. Charles Corkran has been elected as superintendent of Ihe Home Department of Die Baptist Sunday school and Jimmie Slack as teacher Of the young men's Bible class. Mrs. R. L. LangsUm has as her Riie.st this week her father, a Mr. Goswicll, of Memphis. Drarca of a Shopgirl and a Mil- liqaaire... gloritied by t w o . great stais! [RflUIFORDl Alan Curtis • Ralph Morgan Directed by Frank Bun fit db/loucb L. Min1.iB*ki SUNDAY'S MPA T U Special T-Hone Steafc Dinner ............... 75C Regular Dinner ......... ............. 500 Oyster Soup Grape JuiccCocltUiil Choice ' of Meats Baked Chicken with Drying" Roasl Lamb A- Jc"'' Heiich Fried Steak wicd Chicken « Cream Gravy VegelaWes Snow Flaked Potatoes English Peas „ . Bpanbli Rice Waldorf s"alad Hot Rolls Dessert . Carmel cake rfc Ambrosia Plate Lunch Choice of Dinner Meats fc \Vith"DrInk ate Cjtill Ol'F.N ALL NIGHT AFTUR FKH. Gth For Those Who Like Good Food Moderately Priced T-Bonn Steak French Fried Potalow and Salad Coffee or Milk Hot Rolls 75c Crnpnir I'i.-,li Cl:;i!inrl U.it !!.'H Fry Chicken Frog I.o = '5 1-reach Filed Potatoes and Salad Col!ce or Milk Hot Holls Hall U:>a>n Oysters Fried Slot Rolls l'm:ch Fried Potatoes and Ha lad Ccifec or Milk Vish rjullcls i-rj,-,! potatoes a Salad Ore or Milk SI'KCIAI-S JIKHCHAiNTH I, Choice: Baked Chicken & Dressing Slewed Chicken. Dumplings l-'vied Chicken & Cream Gravy Vegetables: Boston Brown Potaloes Asparagus Loaf !'er;.> r,»d Carrots Combination Salad Pineapple Delight Coffee cr Milk Hot Rolls Also Paramount i\c»s & Selccterf ijliorts. Continuous showing Sunday. Admission Sunday Jllafince. & Night 16c ISGc. Admission Monday Mat. lOc <fc 2Gc Admission ROXY Admission Always 10o & Ztic Show ercry night. Matinees *'rJ- Jay. Saturday & -Sunday Only. Friday A Sunday Matinees stall, ^ ; 15 p.m. Saturday Continuous showing from 1 to 11:30 p.m. Night ifions start 6:45 p.m. Fro:; Legs French Filed Potatoes Eal.id Collce or Milk 65c Last Times Today THE ONE AND ONLY; BUCK JONES HOUYWOOD ROUHDUP A Columbia Picfare>f'> Also cartoon & serial, "Tim T ler's Luck." Continuous shoiiinir Saturday Sunday - Monday IS Every Legionnaire aiitl cx-scrvn .-„-.,. C Ji man shoulrl see tills r'rliirc. /V ; Also Fcx News i- Comedy.
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