The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 29, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 29, 1932
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 193-2 SocitlyCalendat Girl Scout banquet at Woman's club. Monday Junior high P. T. A. having carnival at armory. BUiiness Women's club 1 having spelling "bee." - Woman's auxiliary or First Presbyterian church, having quill- ing-party in social room of churcli. W. M. S. of Second Baptist church meeting at churcli. Mrs. E. M. Huffman having meeting of women of Church of Christ. W. M. S. of First Methodist church completing study course in n:eetlng at church. Tuesday Mrs. Hunter C. Sims enlertaln- ing Tuesday Contract club. Mrs. Dixie Crawford entertaining Young Matrons Bridge club. Wednesday Wednesday Contract club party with Mrs. Charles digger jr. Thursday Mrs. H. A. Smith having Mid- Week Bridge club. Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. Bj-ron More.?. '- < Rave a HallovcVn Sspptr, Bridre Party Mrs. Walker H. Baker, Mrs Elton W. Kirby, Mrs. W. L. Homeland Mrs. Harry W. Hnines had 100 ladies as their guests last .jvc- ning for a Hallowe'en supper and bridge game. The Woman's club was arranged in a -barn party" effect. In the lobby was a country firs scone with an old black kettle nnd stacked corn stalks. The large club room was decorated in a similar arrangement with the walls banked In corn stall's niirt boughs of frreen teaves. tinged with red. Tree limbs, with garlands of orange paper falling from them, covered the ceiling llehts. At one end of the room the ftre plao; had pumpkins on the mantel while, at another end, orange tapors blazed In rustic candelabra over tile grand piano. Woodson Mess, of Los Angeles, Cal.. planned and arranged the decorations. . ' .The 25 small tables had orange and black covers, Goblin place cards and orange tapers for the same rustic effort. A two course menu was Mrved at seven o'clock with Misses Mars- Elizabeth Borum, Martha Ann Lynch, Beulah Belle and 'Burnelle Bradley, Jane' Branson, Patty Shane, ,Mildrcd'ioii Hubbard. Virginia Martin and Frances Little; dr'ersed as Hallowe'en mnidens, assisting the hostesses. During the. raving oJ supper Miss Kathryn Grear gave several piano and voice selections. W the bridge games Mrs.. R. I,. Bradley won first honors, twin lamps, a pcwlcr tea set went to Mrs. R. C. Dent jr.,. for second high, Mrs. James H, E.?ll won third high, two pair of hose, and a candy jar was Mrs. R. H. Bennett's gift, for low score. Among the guests \vere : Mrs. E. R. Robblm of Little Rock,'guest of Mrs. Fred Child, nnd Mrs. Arthur L. Oliver of St. Louis, guest of Mrs. Jarr..:s B. Clark. • -4 « Entertain At C<.tmtry Home j "Windermere," the country homo . of Mrs. C. O. Smith, was the scene of an afternoon bridge party Friday when Mrs. Frank Thrasher and Mis. Smith were hostesr.?s to 40 euesls. Enhancing the attractiveness of the home with its blarfn-; woDd fire in the larj;e living room, autumn flowers were arranged in separate bouaiiels. Bronze chrysanthemums, in n gold bowl, was on the fireplace of cream brick, red dahlias in a crystal bowl nnd red roses in a pewter bowl wcro on tables in 11:; Jiving and diu- inj rooms. In the sun room black voces held marigolds. 1 For prizes Mrs. F. n. Joyncr von a lamp for first honors "nnd Mrs. J. H. Elkins a set of Venetian (-lass ash trays for second high. The.cut prize, a pewter tray, wnt to Mrs. \V. I,con Smith. •The guests, which included Mrs J- C. Kcllcy jr., cf Detroit, who is visiting Mrs. K. N. Ware jr., were served a molded chccro salad, sandwiches, pickles, individual cakes and coffee. Cesn'er-Locke. Tr.e mainage or Miss Mary L~ckc and Mr. Jos Cosner was so'.^mn- Jzed Wednesday: exiling at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H;rb Thompson. Justice E. D Walker perform"! lie cerjmsny. The bride were a ircck of gre.-u rough crepe trimmed with white aliigator cloth and ter accjs-^ms » black. Her only attendant Mis Etna Smith, was drc^cd i'i s trine colored frock of Bcdfcrct cr<V Pauline Thompson, small jlau"h- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thompson carried the ring in (he heart -z! s rose. She wore a pink crop; dt chine frock. ^For the present Mr. Co;uer an: his bride will nuke their horn; with the tridcjrocm's mother. Mro J.. Cosner, on North Fifth, "street • • • Oprn Door Class To M«| Sunday For the meeting '-of the Open Door Sunday school class of the .Fust Methodist church Sunday •Jiornlng, Miss Sadie McCordcy will vjp tlie five minutes speaker. Mrs. .Merman F. Moore is to sing, .with Miss Kathryh Grear at the piano IDS Miss Marzaret Meriitt. will tUo pl»y tt " " " ',. .•-•-• : '."-0 Girt Scouts To liimiMl Tonight ., The local Girl Scouts Will con- chide thctr week's observance of tile National Girl Scout week with a banquet tonight, 6:30 o'clock, at the Woninn'^ club. Parents and scout sponsors and I leaders (ire to be guests of honor, j t s * Buriness Women 1i> Have Siwlllnff life Members of the Business and Profcsflonal Women's club will Luxora .Society- .-Pcrsp.iiRl Miss Malx'l Coake left Wednesday fur Cleveland, Mo.; where slie v/lll lii> employed. Charley Hlliln^lcy, who is attending Joncslioro A. and A. col- havi a spcllins "toe" .Monday eve- 1 lr * c< S!lc ' a Tlu ' rala >' wlt » llls > nr - nlng at (he doff Hotel. Dr, Edna j „. - - Harnlshwlll Nics and Miss Marie be in charge. Bits oJ Netis Mostly Personal E. Thomas Wralglil mid Miss Catherine Martin are spending the (lny In Memphis. Lloyd Stcellton nnd Lowell Green, of tho Skourns Theaters Corporation of New York, left today for that city after having spent a •week with Mrs. W. M. Lnferncy lind family. .. Dr. J. A: Saliba returned today .from Tfidlnimpolis, Ind., whoro he attended the meeting', of the International Medical Assembly of which he Is a member. Misses Alberta Elliott, Annie Laurie Evans nnd Evelyn Blythe w-jnt to Pavagoiild yesterday for the niytlievllle-Parngould footbull game. Mrs. T. J. Mnlian, Mrs. W. n. Tinnier and Mrs. W. H. Mi'nynrcl spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. Tanner, who consulted her nhysl- clnn, hns not fully recovered from a tonsllectomy ten days ago. Mrs. W. M. Thompson, of friendship, Tcim.. Is. tlie s»~st of her daughter, Mrs.. R. S. Carman, and family. Lost University Bell • • .-'. Found in Junk Pile BERKELEY, Calif.-', (lJP)- ! -'"O!d Bill— damn him," : .-sar.->l>litll"3. booming bell in North ;jjall, University of California's oldest building, :iias tsen "found" again. . "Old Bill," which -received itl)= addilional cognomen,. "Damn .him,',' because for generations: fcp triun 1 dered out the time In 15-iiilnule Intervals nieht and- duy, hhs beer) dUcovered this time In a junk- p'.lc in.'ilie old zoology building of tlie 4Hitrerslty. . -'. . ."';.-.' The old bell, brought around the Horn In 1859 and first used In .the old College of California, prodeo?s- ' sor of t!:c University, of has hem "lost" rciioatcdjv In recent years on studsnt 'hiid faculty insistence. Ben Cooper, \vlin Is making Ills home here for a lime, .spent Friday In Kenntll, Mo. Miss Dalie Hires and Earl Kob- crts, accompnnled by Miss Louise Turner, are broadcasting ' over KLCN eaeli Tuesday at 12:15. Mrs. O. Howlnti and daughter, Miss Helen, shopped In niylhi'vlllc Wednesday. Mr. iunl Mrs. Philip George visited in Memphis WcdiiMdny nt- ternoon. Miss Malllc Tilhnan shopped 111 IJlvi hcvlllc Wednesday. Misses Ilinllc I'crmentfr nnd Margaret Ro/'.eil underwent tonsil operations al Hie Hiipllst hospital in Memphis Thursday. They will it-main there for n few days. Mrs. A. B. Robinson of Memphis. v,'ho hns spent some time with her bister, Mrs. I. R. Johnson of niylhcvllle. is now the Kmst of another sister. Mis. L. L. McDear- ninn 5\ere. Mosdmues Phillip George and G. A. Gcorfo niul daughter Ariell shop|)Cd in niyllicvlUc Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cooper nnd children. Diane ami Stanley, nrc IjiiKts of llielr nieces. Margaret, Mildred nnd Jane Richards. Richard Hevlcre rntorlaliied with a dnnce nt his home Tuesday night. C. M. Uniflpot wns llio Ruesl of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Unified cf Paraeould Wednesday. Man Sues City for Loss of His House SAN FRANCISCO, (UP) —Pit)' poor Joseph Swcjlman—his house is gone and the court can't help him Mini it. . Stvcelinan went, out to Snrntnja and Wcolsey streets' one day in fjovember two j'cars ago to take a look at hLs five-room-house. He lobbed nnd looked—but the house was gone. Swectman sued tr.c city, which had purchased a number of houses iu that neighborhood nn'cl razod them tor improvement of a pirkf. He asked $2.25f>; : . ii-..; -'• -When Sweetman brought his case to court, the judge non-suited him', ruling that lie haci failed :to prove his charge that the city had tnkcn tha'-'hcuse. The city attorney said tlie'house wasn't to be found nmonj city proiwrty, altliough employes In 1910' it was taken 'from stor- , I!M checked carefully. age .to be used In connection with Die SOtli anniversary jof "'ilia iinN' vcrsity. Since then U 'has appeared i ami disappeared. In ''1925 H was "retired" bcc.nise was entfangcrini; if . . n rii n * <*n^. u, iL-tuiiiiy Hospital. Sets Flat Rate . '; 1,227111 consecutive For Maternity Ca 5 es 1°™ HUNTINOTON, Ind. (UP)—For .he first time In history of the [luntlngton County hospilal. a lal r.ite lor maternity cases hns been set. Tlie flal'rnt? costs for n ten-day period are S-ilGO, S-I5.0Q ind 5t7.50, according 13 Ule tyi>c of room tlie patient desire's. Mrs. Minnie Prajtingcr, siipsrliilendeiU of tlie hospital, said. It is said the new plan will cf- cc! ,1 saving of approximately SI5 patient over the previous rate. Theater Claims I.ongctt Itun CHICAGO. (UP) - The Slate- Theater, a Soutn Slate laims the longest eonsjn.iillv; run in Chicago, it recently celebrate;! Its week of p:r- swc " " ml | . CARD OF THANKS ! W c are vety appreclutivc ol our j friends who were so considerate | and sympflthetlc in our sad hour ; in the death of our son and bro- tlier. To Father J. J. Thompson, j tr.o r.isiers, and our friends of Illy! llievillc nnd Hutfnuin we extend , spscial thiuikfulness. Wc shall al- j v,i.*s remember these klndi)ebEc;s. Harvey McKay and Family, i Forty and Eiglu. HBS FIRST AIKTIIOIHST C1IUKCH P. Q. Korie, Pastor Wouhip and .Sermon u a m and 7:30 p. m. ' Final services of the Coufcrencs Very Important meeting of Hoard of Stewards nt 'i p. m. Sunday, n fun attendance is urged. FIRST I'KKSBYTBKIAN' CHURCH Marsh M. Calluway; Minister Sunday school, D:45 n m Church, 11 n. in. Dr. J.' F. Law- Eon of Newport, synod evangelist will occupy the pulpit. Church, 7:30 p. m. All are cordially invited to nl- :cncl these services. 1'ILGKrW LUTHERAN (JHUKCIl II. J. Tastur Sunday school, 9 a.m. UU-lne Worship, 10 a.m. Thorn:• "Our Kerpriualion legacy and Our Oljlissallon." Holy Communion will be administered at this service Since the Lutheran Church annually obwrvw tile 31st of October as the birthday of fr.e Church of the Reformation, the sermon will I <uai with the numerous blessings resultant therefrom which vitally adect every human life. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and Eighth Str«ts Alfred S. Harwell, Pastor Pastor's subject at U a. "ni.: | Rekindling The Fires." 7:30 p in "The Moil Palhctic Ul'«rance of Jesus." Sunday school 0:45 a. ' m ' Alvlu Holley, -Superintendent. State Mission offering throuch UN? Sunday school. B. Y. P. a. meets «:15 p. . ,„ i Miss Luna Wllhelin, Director. County-wide meeting Monday beginning at lo a. m. with lunch ' served at the church at 20 cents per plate, la behalf of the Everv- Mcmber Canvass. Dr. R. <f. Lee; of the Believue Baptist Church Memphis, v.-ill deliver nn address. Sunday school officers nnd teachers meet Wednesday 7 p m Devotional and Business meet- Ins of the Church Wednesday 7:45 p. m. Choir rehearsal same evening at 8:30.. Let nil who plan to go lo the State Convention, Little Roek, November 15th hand their names to the pastor so you may be olect- ed as messengers. The public is invited to worship with us at all services. : clucb passages from the Christian >-.oicnce textbook, "Science • and Health with Key to the Scrip-, lures," by Mary Baker Eddy, one I fit wlilcli reads, "Through the,' wholesome chastisements of I/>ve, we are helped onward In the «iarcli towards righteousness, peace, and puilty, which are the landmarks of Science" (page 323). , CHURCH OK GOD The Rev. Orin R. Mimgor. traveling evangelist who Is conducting a meeting here, will tpeak on I Ills court house lawn Sunday afternoon. 2:liO o'clock. His' subject will be: "Jesus Christ the Only Healer." All who are sick nnd afflicted are especially urged to attend. CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday school, 10:00 a. in. Communion and church, 1) n. in. Sermon by the Rev. J. E. Green, of Friendship, Tcnn. Church, 7:30 p. m. ClintCII Or THE NA/AUKNK 1C. S. Rushing, iuis(r>r n^nlur proachlng services Sunday, with tils pistor preaching at both hours. Bring along a nei'^h- Ixir and let us worship the Lord together. A big welcome always awaits you at this "The church of the Old Time Religion." Sunday school, 9:45. E. L. Evans, superintendent. N. Y.-P. s. 6:30. Mrs. criner president. I'rayer meetings each Wednesday evening 7:30. "The Christian and Law Observance" is the subject of the Simiay school lesson Sunday, which is the World's Temperance Sunday. This subject gives each teacher of a class an opportunity to drive horn- the truth of the evil of the whisky business .which is being advocated at this time by the "wets." The advocates for the repeal of the prohibition law claim that this law has occasioned great law breaking and crime. There ii no s«nse to such an argument. The law is right- and to give up the law bscnusj it Is abused is to encourage wickedness and to tighten tho grip of the lawless in the affairs of men To repeal a righteous law is to /pll out to evl!. Let us vote as <ve pr a y Come to Sunday school Sunday and let us study this great lesson to- getlier. "" CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ' ' "EVERLASTING PUNISHMENT" Is the L^fson-Sermon to be read in, the bristlan Science service Sunday morning, at 11 o'clock at Hntel Noble. . , Tlie Golcicn Text is, "Woe to (he rebellious children, sailh the I/ird, that take counsel, hut no', of use, anrl that cover with n covering, but not of my spirit, (lint they may ndd sin to sin" (Isaiah :iO:t). Among the citations ,froin the Bible is the following. "My son, despise not the chastening of the Lord, neither be weary of his correction: For whom tlie Lord loveth he correctelh; c von as a father the son in whom he delighted)" (Proverbs 3:11.12). The Lesson-Sermon will also in- Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10c Qf. Delivered Phone 74 Bulgarian Buttermilk 15c Qt. Go to Church Sundav Ccme, (;«!«•, XOH-: I Tuc!::r . Smith, head of (lie i o:ker room training stall-at Ohio i Elnte University, reports Hiat ubaut i 10.000 yr.rris of adhesive tap? arc ! used to dress the injuries of Kiica! ! gridders every season. | The Popular New "Swirl" I'KRMANKNT Fully Guaranteed KLAlNli HKAliTY SHOP Phont- 43 LET US By rJiuMjf'mjv i> 0) M sijtniM<;r oil, goargrease, cU-. We specialise in liibricaliou and have (lie grease or oil lo .suit y <)i(r , M . ct i s< Vollnier & Son, Inc. Yarbro Phone 712 They're Good As New When Cleaned Scientifically — Topcoats — Sfiils — Jackets . niylh'villc is Cm lunate in haviiifj one of UK- soutlus fiiusi clcntiiiif plants .and :i .slaflT of ma--tcv i-i-aftsmi'ii. Don't hesitate lo send us y:wr fmrsf Kiirmcnts. HATS CLEANED AND HICBLOCKED BLVTHEVILLE LAUNDRY Phone 327 for a White Truck Can the American Government Endure? No! Says Judge Rutherford i Judge Rutherford says in his talk ol June 26th over a national chain of radio stations its follows: (we quote from Judge Rutherford's talk) — "Today there is ilo true ijalriotisni among the rulers of the nation It Iu now imuossiule lor tlie people to elect men to public office and to expect tliem to enact just laws and to administer, tlva affairs of the) government for the general welfare." - • "Big Business::has no. regard for-the rights of .the common people." U controls the two major political parties of -America, and names and QMS at will the public men to office \vpo will beat serve their selfish intercsi.s. g. Business control^ the army a nil ..Uie'navy, tlieC guns and-the ammunition in tne police jxnyjer or" the nation."'-' *. : i- $i'-: •- > ..': :•.-.•.•. v ,.; : . "It controls the two major political parties of -America, and names and tllOlita al" \vill tllf TMthlin mf-ii tn i\(\"\ri\ \vn/-v iiriii J*,,.,i '.,r,*...n 41^^,- .if:^i- :... :, Big. anh "Satan lias used commerce, politics and: religion that he might get complete control of the hynian race and •'defame- the name and fforu of Jehovaii uocl. for this reason 'it is written in the Bible (1 John 5:1<J), "1'he ' whole world is now under the wicked on?'." . ( "The rulers have been duly informed and duly warned that Jehovah- Goirs kinguom is liere. They have re-jused to give heed. Tliey aisrcgard Uie \voru 01 uou aim go on wan tneir imperiect scnemes, and will continue to try one atcer anotner, all of wnicn shall fail." ; • "Tlie greatest crisis of the ages is now upon the wbvld, and this includes the American government." • "The clergy, while claiming to represent God, in fact represent the Devil ami ins organization, in oruer Unai Uie people might hear tlie, truth ana determine mis matter .for taemseives, recently I cnanengeu me combined ciergy of America to select tneir best man to debate this question by ramo. Uhargeu with misrepresenting God and serving Saian these gentlemen snouiu emier come iorwarci and prove the talsity ol the charge, or, lailmg in that, snouicl cease to noid themselves out as teachers of tne \vonl of Uod. Jchovan iorcioia tlie outcome ol sticn a cnalicnge ana tne attitude that woula be as- sunicu by tne i>rcacncrs, wnen lie catueci nis prophet Jeremian to write, ac chapter D! verse 3U: 'Jm: mighty men ol baby ion (batan's organir.ation) nave loruorn to light; ihoy have remained in their holds; tneir might hath lauecl. i-et the peo|)ie lake note of tins iaci.",__, "In 1U17 Big Business, for ultra-selfish reasons, needlessly and wantonly forued tne American nauun into iiiu \voriu \var, wmcn resiulcil m the grcai- ly increased weaiin and power ol a lew men ami niaae .-,cns and paupers o: many millions of • "With grasping" arms like tlie tentacles of a mighty octupus, Big Business lias laid noid upon practically'all of me visible wealth or me mu.on." the American government j,as been weighed in tne oalancc and found wanting, it cannot endure, 'together witii an other nations, it soon snail laii. Such lall wilt be in spite 01 everyining isjg Business, politics and clergymen, the military and [he "strong-aim-sqUiKi, anet trie L»evn aim an ol iu s can do to nold together the oppressive rule, it musi and will Kill because Je- hovan C,od's Kingdom is here. Hasten to make sheUer under Jenovan a Kingdom." "The same selfish interests own and control the professional clergwncii and these men make merclumdisc of the Word ot Goti in order to keep tnu people iu ignorance, ami m subjection to the ruling'powers. Tims it is pianny .ven thai the power of the government is centralized in the hands 01 a very few." i .«. at.1,. ,. . .. ..' "Within a short time Jehovah God will destroy the Devil and lii.s entire organization. "Jehovaii made this earth for man to live upon in peace and plenty, lu-al'h and happiness; ami under the reign of Christ, lie declares, the earth .shah yield her increase, and .God shall bless the people, and all m the earth shall know Jlim. If you want to get a copy of the GOLDEN AGK MAKAZINK which contains tins talk of Ju<lg (; liulherford, Write to the Watch Tower Bible and Iraet Society, 117 Adams Street, Brooklyn, New York. We might also suggi-M. that you liino in every SUNDAY at 12:30 "P. M. and hear JUDGli RUT HKUKORD over: KLCN, KlythevUle, or WOC, Davenport and WHO, Oca Moines, la., b;30 to 5:75 p. m. DONT FORGET TO TUNE IN EVERY SUNDAY AND JUDGE RUTHERFORD

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