The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 27, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 27, 1937
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tAGE-TWO 13LYTHEVILU3 (ARK.) COURIER SATURDAY, PEBUUARV' 27; -ii)3f It's Easy to See Why Paris Is Anxious for Spring Social Calendar MONDAY'S" 7 EVENTS W. M U , First Baptist church, FLAPPER FANNX By Sylvia of prayer meeting, i r- having 2 30 P. M Y W. 'A Mist Baptist church, meeting V P. M. Woman's Missioimry Society, First Methodist church, meeting at: church 2:30 P. M,, for business session; Business and Professional Women's club having business meeting at Hotel Nolile, 7.30 P. M P. T. A Study couise, hlgli scho) auditorium, 1 P. M St. Stephen Guild meeting with Mrs Oscar Hardaway, 2 30 P. M Call meeting., executive board, Woman's -club, , meeting at Hotel Noble, 4;30 P. M. Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church, meeting at church, 2 30 I? ' M TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J,' {Jiek i^omas having Tuesday Bridge club. Chapter . "N", P. E. O. Sisterhood, . meeting with" Mrs. Harry Klrby, 1 30 P. M Mrs., Jesse Taylor having Young Matrons Endge, club. W M. U., First Baptist church, having 'neek of prayer meeting, 2-30 P M Sunbeams meeting First Bap- Iist church, 3 30 P HI Junior G. A meeting First Baptist church, 4 P. M. Intermediate G. A meeting First Baptist church, 4 P. M Sudbury P. T A meeting, 3 P. M., ; at school, following executive board meeting, 2;30 P. M. Mis W J Wunderlich having Wednesday. Bridge club THURSDAY'S f'V'l Thursday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Hiram Wylic. Mrs..' GUthrlc King having Town and Country club Mrs Byion Moisc having Thursday Luncheon club. Mrs Harry W Hnincs having Mid-Week Bridge club \V. M. U, First Baptist clvuich, having week of pravei meeting 3-30 P M Chapter "N" P. E.'O. Sisterhood ha\mg bingo party at hall, 1 30 P M Catholic Bits of News Mostly Personal 13tit!er Biirkselalc. Victor Ivy, Rotort Moore and Bill Faught, vlio attend Arkansas State col- egc at Joncsboro, arc spending me weekend at home. Ruth Cloyd, 13-ycar-pld daugh- er of the Hcv. and Mrs. Carroll 3!oyd, Is resting very well at the Memphis Methodist hospital where she is undergoing treatment for on enlarged thyroid. It has not yet iceii decided whether art ion will bo performed. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Kerr left yesterday for Houston, Texas, where they will visit relatives. Mr.s. Kerr plans to be there for a. month while Mr. Kerr will robably ;o to Greenville, Miss,, for a uaseball schol before they go to Wnusau, Wis., where he will ninn- ajc H ball club. They have been occupying the home of Mrs. Mat- *ic Bryeans.. B. H. Shielly, of Slcele, was idmlltcd to the Blylhevllle hospital last night for. treatment and possibly an operation. Oscar 'pendlcr is "in Memphis Or t!tkc your 1>ick o! thte . 6roup of Farls ln "ovations. Inspired by tlie Rufcens Exhibition, Braagaard's model (rigiit) is fashioned oi day for the play Boy Meets t reen erosgrnln and trimmed with yellow primroses and a black ost rich tip.. Erik uses '.white paper panama for the lovely wide-b'rirhmc ' today for the play Boy Meets t reen erosgrnn an rmme w yeow primroses and a bac os rc p.. Erik uses .white paper panama for the lovely wide-b'rirhmcd jlrl" at the auditorium hat (upper left) and bands' it with his two new colors. Paris blue and Erik coral. A,lel : bf multicolored flowers comes with it.' An- Mrs. A. Conway and Mrs H H other paper white Panama (upper . center), by Hose Valois. shows the n^iv rolled brini, and is trimmed with 'poppies and ears -of ouchins spent yesterday m Mem conl BcloW| from ]eft to ri( , ht arc . a hjgh cro , viw(( sprlng uonnet of wnite fc lt with. navy grosgrain; a shiny midnight blue : paiHosson "Hey, Ctiiick! C'inon in! Aimy-foy's arc-dayought-tardy andy-cayj" Defenders Miss Opportunities to Defeat No Trump Contract Worker's Council Program at Kelser Enlargement and evangelism wll he the theme of u program b> members of the Mississippi County \ Associatlci^a^ ^ToikeKs Council at Kelser Tuesday. Rev J L Ncw- som..will:give 4he devotional fol- lo\ved'i'by group conferences, the e.\ecuti\e bomd meeting and reports At 11-30 a in Hcv W H Horn of- Manila will .deliver the sermon aftei which there will be a social hour and luncheon. The afternoon's activities \U1I be opened by prajer by the Hev M R. 'Griffin. : "The Assoclationdl Summer Campaign" will be the subject of a round table discussion conducted by the Rev Alfred Caipenler followed by the closing season, of prayer for assoclational missions and enlargement BY VOX. E. 'JIl'KENNEV Secretary, American llrhljjc League In today's hand, East nnd West had opportunities to defeat Sontn's contract. For instance, had East opened n heart, disregarding South's bid'of that suit, the hand .Would have, been defeated. Also, when East won the first trick, lie ccuid have defeated (he declarer by an immediate lead:or a'heart to weakness in the diiminy. : .The opening lead nnd failure to srijlj, however, gave South an opportunity, of which lie .took full .South; with ills wealth.of lii- -limc'MM cards, all possessing romotlonai value, was justincd :m laking his game' bid in HO trump, /esl hud a difficult choice of an perjiiig lead. 'He •Jliml'ly rtw 1 ' 1 "--' •' ^nrt suit opening, the eight diamonds.- . M^cclmgs For Week Of Tra\cr rianncd. "Sound Forth 1 will be the theme lo be studied by members of the Woman's Missionary union of the First Baptist church in a series of special services next week in eraser and study for home missions. On - Monday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock,-Mrs. : Lloyd Stickmon wil speak on "Sound Forth the Dominant Note." Tuesday afternoon the theme will be "Sound Fortl the Minor Note" with Mrs. R Ij. Reedcr as leader. The Y. \y A will be m charg of the mid-week prayer service Wednesday' night In carrying ou the theme \7ith Miss Margaie Moore as leader. Mrs. Will Rog ers wlU lead the program Thurs day • afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, to the women's group, with her sub ject, "The. Triumphant Note.' • * • Mi!£ibnary Program The council of the 'First Chris tian church will have its mission ary program at 2:30 Monday aft ernoon at, the hoine. of Mrs. 3, Fllzsimmons, on Ash Street * » • Mr. And Mrs. Stil«cll .Ccmpllmenlcrt With Part its- Mr, and Mrs Victor Stilncl who are mown? (.<< Jackson Miss ha\c been wnphtnented \ulli series Of attcuis prior to thei cicpailuie tomortov, Mr stilse who has sold ris one-third mtei est in the McMulhn grocer) W B McMull'.n lias purchase the Pomdexter Brocery on Capit street at Jacfcff.i, and will frs of' the club presented the :llwcl)s:a cocklnil set. A salad late was served. There were 16 guests at tilt ridge pavj,y Mrs. Husband had hursday night at (lie Hotel 'able when the guest of honor as given ah assortment of tarc- cll gifls. Her place was marked Ith a corsage of roses and baby reath an;l pink \vas carried out n the snlad plale served. Mrs. r rank Griesby won the prize, .andkerchicfs. While tills parly war. being licld he husbands of the guests were ntertnined by Bob a'wyn with AAJ83 V02 #AQ5. 4 K S 5 -1 V K Q 4 3 • 82 AQ72 VJ5 * K7Q43 52 T—None vulnerable. South West North East Pass Pass I tfi Pass IV' Pass 1 A Pass 1 N, T. Pass 3N.T. Pass 2 NT. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— t 8. South played the queen fron dummy, so Hint, If East held th king, he would have an nddltlona entry to his own hand. The kin won the trick, and East vclurncc a diamond. This was won in tin closed hand with 'the jack. The 10 of spades was led an< finessed, losing 'to East's queen East now cleared the dilution' suit. Declarer won with the act The nine of clubs was led am lost to West's king. West now led the king of hearts and it was permitted to hold th trick. Fearing a "bath coup." tha is, one in which South would hoi the ace and jack, of hearts, Wcs The ace of spades was cashe* The /cst of (lie clubs were plnyc and West was squeezed. He coul -lot, retain botli his spade king an there tomorrow tr- assume chars Mrs SUiweil and dnligntor rjailj Sue, ui» \h;t relhtlves in J,c»- Toan Ajid Country btrn, Tenn, {or two vceks - - joining Mr. stiKcll Miss Dillie Hurst i sleak supper nt his/home for|returned a small club, which wo vlr. Stilwell. j won with the queen. South no' I finessed the 'jack of spades, whlc >. T. A. Study Course j held. ':si»s Monday Night Much Interest is being inani- "sted In the study course snon- ovcd by Ihc Parent-Teacher As- ociations of the city's public ' the queen of hearts protected, s wheels, which will begin Monday South • fulfilled his contract, ight at the high school auditor- 1 urn. Each meeting will consume 't one hour, begimiing nt 7 Vdock. For the first study, arranged by Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mi's. Lloyd •ttckmon will discuss "The Fiu'n- •ly's Responsibility to tlie Com- nunlly" and Max B. Reid will 'Iscuss "The Child's Responsibility •o the Community" in carrying •ut the general program "Health ud the Community." Each of the four P. T. A.'s will •e in charge of one study, of -hlch there are five, with the •ludies taken from the Par«il.s' -nagazlnc. Mrs. Lynch represents he Central Ward group. Has Club Parly. >trs. R. P. Kirshner bad the Thursday Luncheor. club -party this week when Mrs. James H. Bell was a guest. Jonquils decorated the imall luncheon tables irntnged before the fireplace iti tiie living room. .Mrs. Byron Morse and Mrs. A. in 1 the bridge i is. C. A. Cunningham who Is it ac Aviny and Navj hospital in ot Springs, will' remain then, or a complete rest. Mrs. : Cun- Inehain, who arrived home ucsday night, plans to join; him here in a few days Her niothei Irs. J, 3. Crenshaw of Trenton 'enn., returned to her home hursday with Mrs. Cunningham Tiotoring her over. , Mrs. Margaret Hicharcteon Is crloiisly ill at her home on High t j ttur •ay Gl from a stroke of paialyws ° aES "his was her fourth stioke, the bird having ben In-Octobei 1935 he is 82 years 'of age i Mr. and Mrs. James Hill mil o to Little Rock Monday for a rlef business trip before going 7 to hrcvcporl, La., where they will Mend a celebration of the Cos with one deep rose and a bunch of cherries, all veiled w ith tulle; a light -navy straw with green and blue quills. FIRST CHRISTIAN CIIUKCti Carroll Cloyd, raster Bible School, 8:45 A. M. W. O. - t i 11. TT. eurin .superintendent.- Every is'best, for a real attencl- ' ; ; -..''/' I Morning Worship, 10:50 /A. M. j Sermon : subject, '"Cliristianity and Evening'; Worship, 7:30 P. M. Sermon subject, "God's Will." Young people have their r ing at. 0:30 P. M. lopolitan club, of uhicli Mi Hill Mid-Week Service, a. former .president They will "ening at 7:30. eturn the last of the.week. Wednesday Tlie Choice of Mcsca," Special j Scientist, on Sunday, February recognition will b2 given sons ami' daughters of the parsonage. At the evening time, the young 23th. today, and forever." Hebrews 13:1G. of Faith." Special music by the : male quartette. The Golden Text • is "Jesus 6:30 P. M., Baptist Training Christ the same yesterday, and Union. 7:30 P..M, Worship Service. Sermon topic, "The Other Side ot Special solo by B. A. people will meet at 6M5 andi the preaching .'service will be at 7:30. After the ssrmon by tlie pastor 1 prise the Lesson-Sermon is the Love." on the theme, "Exerelsinj Dili- following fri Among the citations.which com- gence in Opportune Service," the officers of the Woman's Missionary Society will he installed. -We offer fine fellpu'siup, inspirational music and frank and friendly discussion of important topics. We really want folks to como to church. The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Stewards has ts:n postponed from Monday night until Thursday night, ; •om the Bible: "If ye Brent, abide in me,: and my words abide j Baptist Training Union Council iu you, ye shall ask';,wbat ye will, j meeting Monday evening 'at 7:15 and it shall be' done unto you." John ' 15:;h . '"•.;: Tlie • Uesson-Sermon also in- P. M. 6:20 P. M. Wednesday, , Teachers' and Officers' Meeting'.'"Class Council meeting. Monday afte,r-1 PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH eludes the following passages from Night" the .Christian •'Science textbook,! 7:20 P. M,, Wednesday '-Braver "Science and Health '.with Key to Meeting. ' ' ' ' " the Scripture"-by' Mary Baker j 8:30 P. Eddy;. • •..•'. : (practice. "Jesus established in the Cliris-' Hnii era the-precedent for all Christianity,, theology,'- and heal- M., Wednesday, Choir- Mr, nnd.'Mrs. .li. G Nish veic i Memphis yesterday and today. Mr. ond Mrs. J. P. Holland linve jor.s ;,to Fort, Myers, I la to spend crai'nl weeks.; / Ray Jackson is spending two lays in Memphis. noon at 2:30 with Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons on Ash street. Louis Applcbaum and Wilson, accompanied by (.TAKE "STREET METHODIST CHURCH '• '.>••• M. N. Johnston, Pastor •' Church'. School. 9:45 A. M. Preaching, 10:40 A. M. Ycung People's service, at 6:15 A fine group Is meetiii? erday in Memphis. " [If S°» are not gains to another Mr. and Mrs. Minor Taylor and 'church, come and meet with our on mid Mrs. E. W. Kirby. of Kei- group, er, shopped hero yesterday. Mrs. Harry Wcldmnn and chll Baker' Harris Dranglm, of Sikeston spent jes , p Evening Service, 7:30 P. M., an ci iii"£Jislic message. 1rcn, accompanied by George - ' IIlc church needs you . . . \tnlr jr., are in Memphis toda, . S' ou need tllc church. Pastor will preach at Gos- Sunday afternoon. , - tnlr jr., are in Memphis today, .j Judge G. E. Keck and his court '-'. tcnographcr. Mrs. nnford Mm--'""" al H. J. Kkindicnst, Pastor Sunday School, 3 a. in. Morning 'worship, 10 a. m. Ser- ]mon theme: "The Sin of Meroz." .The Luthernn Hour.' .Try' WIAV at"l2 ncbn or WSM arid'KLCN at 3:30 p. liv Lenten devotions -over KLCN Wednesday, 3:3d p. m, Midweek Lenten service Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Sunday school teachers' meeting after the Lenten service.. Instruction class meets Monday tinri Thursday 3:30 p. in. A cordial welcome is extended to all. .'oy. will go to Lake City Monday or circuit court. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Jenkins. Ccrmcrly of here and late of' KUI.L GOSPEL CHURCH lilly anil Vine Sis, Sunday School, 9:45 A. M., N. Shefffcfd, Ala., will arrive thej W. Trantham, superintendent, list of the week to make their' home here. Mr. Jenkins is to tc In the meat market or Mc- Moruing Service. 11 A. M. P. Y. P. A., 6:30 P. M. We invite all young people to be present Mulllu'is grocery. , I at this service. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tiller have! Special evangelistic message at taken Iho house at 115 N. Tenth 7:30 P. M. street, occupied by Mr. and Mrs Victor stilwell. Mrs. John Miller and her ter, Miss Carolyn Dunavant, will services. .Prayer meeting on Tuesday and Friday evenings at 7:30 P. M. sis- We invite you to all of these G. Little James. Today's Contract Problem Korlh is playing the contract at four spades, in rubber bridge. Can six-odd be made, and, if so, should declarer take this chnncc for Iho overtricks? A A J G •! 3 V A2 ' $K 102 A 85-! (Blind) go to Paragould tomorrow to nt-r tend the funeral of their grand-' mother, Mrs. C. E. Blrmlnphnm I which will be hclct there tomorrow afternoon. W. H. Stovall of this city, accompanied by his brother. Tom Stovall of Eudora, left early this morning for Winchester, Tenn, to visit with his father, who is seriously i!l. Mrs. J. c. diner and baby daughter are doing very well at I the Memphis Methodist hospital. (Blind) AKQ10 VJ10873 4 A 8 G 3 A A N. & S. vul. Opener—£6. Solution in next issue. 21 Find Baby Dead in Bed C. W. Williams, four-months-old FIRST METHODIST CHUUCil H. I,ji!n Wade. 1'aslor Sunday School. D:45 A. M, S. K. Garrctt, superintendent. . Pi-caching Service, 11:00 A. M. The pastor using as his theme, ing." Page 136. TE>IPLE ISRAEL The regular religious school will meet Sunday at 1:30, followed by The leading room is open everj sf-uees at 3 o'clock. Rabbi Lyons Tuesday and Friday, from 2 to 5 will speak 1 on "Wherefore An ' semitism?". All are welcome. The percentage of ; 'briiiihiess has L bcen reduced more'in'the United 1 States than-in any' othel''country.': FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH S. II. Salmon, Pastor ' TJie Way of Duty and Privilege and Joy" is the title of the' Pastor's sermon for the morning worship hour beginning promptly it 11 o'clock. In the evening worship, which ctarl.5 promptly at 7:30 o'clock, c. m., 103 W. Main. FIRST CHUKCJJ OF'THE : \\7\HFNF —, Lurhi I) Iteasle Pastor Suiuiay S^lurl 9 4V A~M°"E" L Evans siipciinleiidcnt Mcimng Wonhip 11 A M N. 1 P S 5 30 P M Evening "-erMcc 1 30 P M Our pre-EastEv. revival will begin Sunday mo inn" uit'i Re\ C.-E. Tony, of McCord, Miss., one cf the leading evangelists of the denomination: we invite you to' hcai this man with a message The revival will continue two \vt3ks with services each evening at 7:30. FIRST L'APTIST CHURCH Walnut ami Eighth Sis. Alfred Carfinlcr, Pastor 0:30-A. M.. Sunday Sshool, 10;35 A. M., Worship Service. Sunday church school will begin at 8:45 a. m. sharp, providing ample facilities for worship •' and Instruction for every age child and adult. You will be most cordially welcomed. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICRS 708 W. Slain "Christ Jesus" is the subject 01 \Jm.—Always 10 Si 25c—lc Tai Show L'vcry Night Matinees Friday, Saluniny, Sunday Iriilay & Sunday nlatinccs—2:15 the Lesson-Sermon which will bej SatimJay Jlaliiiec — Cmilinuous read in all Churches of Christ,! Showing — 1:00 Till ]l:0o r. Osceola Society — Personal and Mrs Boh G\vyn entertained with four tables of briige -Tuesda; night, at the R'Jillc Inn, -jrlien Mis BtPicll vas showered ,-Rith gifts of handkerchiefs., the gue.sts and T--. -->-«>. n,w ^Mtolo (1,111 the lioslesse.' prcrtntcd her a fitted overnight cas° In the bridge games Mrs Ted King and Mrs. P. L Kvfoand recshed handker- chiois lo firit rtid fecondj>ri?cs. C!.cn\ plf and ccffce \ipie sened. Mr. and Mrs Garland Morgan entertained ( -»-itli a. bridge party Wednesday night, vheh guests, .. ^^.^. „„* , Jum laH ...„,., were Mr.,and Mrs.jFrank Gngsby.tto Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hareett at Mr. and Mrs. W. H Wallace and the Blytheville hospital. The babv' Mr (i u,d Mrs stilwell, who have who weighs five pounds iL not beui v-lasing bridge en this night been named. Mrs. Ha'rectt wai bf each wctk. The other mem-formerly Miss Cassie'Calchveli. / -.,*,".>, <*u,C . i Club Has .luncheon. Members ot the Town Country Bridge club and and guest, Mrs. C. H. Willcy ivcre guest's of Mrs. C. p. Tucker sM her country home Thursday for a luncheon and bridge g.inie, She used -spring floivcrs to decorate her living arid dining rooms. In the card gainrs Mrs. Guthrie King won flrsl and Mrs. James B. Clark, second high. M rs . Willcy was presented a handkerchief. . * ' » K Daughter Born A daughter was born night Gives Afternoon The Blythevillc music pupil-, of Mrs. D. R, Wertz were presented in a recital held at her ho:ne on Bard avenue yesterday afternoon from four until six. Baskets of bridal wreath and foifythic. \vith Jonquils and copper bowls macic a beautiful setting for the 1 program. | .... The numbers were announced by I son of Mr. and Mrs. George Wit- • Betty Jean Hill. In addition to jlfams, was found dead in bed at the parents and friends iroiHi the family home on Miglvway 61. j Blytheville the following OM:C-I south of Blythevillc, early' this{ ola guests were present: Mis. c. morning. I M. Harwell. Miss Catherine Har- Tlic baby apparently was heal-1 "•"*"• Mi£s Nell Rhodes, Mrs. u H he fell Jones and Mrs. John Edrtngton ' thy. and normal when asleep last night and his parents Airs. Weitz. was'assisted in en- tcrtalning by Mrs. \V. E. Hunt. Walls 50'feet deep and mis were at a loss to explain his death, it Is .understood. . Funcrnl Ecrvlces will be held to- i morrow nt Sandy-Ridge 1 cemetery' thick enclose the 50 vaults'n'i 'the where Inlcimcnt will he made. The Bank of England. Cobb Funeral Home is in charge' of funeral arrangements. CARD OF THANKS I pray God's blessing upon our good neighbors for their kindmss and helping hands during the ill-, ness and death of our husband i and father. Mrs. W. M. Lcndcunic > and children. 1 am taking over the Pure Oil Service Station ;il Main and Fifth streets formerly operated by Ktissell K. Warr. I shall appreciate an opportunity of-serving you. mm MILES For "Miles" of'jk'torv Service Also Cartoon anii— "The Kigbling SJarhus'' • Announcin{r - Dr.-Ghas. Selierer Chiropodist- , : . Will be at the "store Tuesday, -March-"2nd Plions 139 For App'cintment Floyd A. -White Shoes & Hosiery Ritz Theatre Bidg. RiTZ Everything For Your Entertain-' mcnl and Comfort : Saturday Only -. J&Wfom&i OFF m rife RACKS' Also Popcyc Cartoon and Serial^ "Jungle Jim" —Continuous Showing— —Admission— : ' Until 5 P. M.—10 & zee. After 5 1'. M.—1C & 31c Sunday - Monday - Monday Also Fox 5Inylctonc News and Comedy <\lso";l'aranioiinl N*e«-s,' Slusical Short anil Comedy * —Admission' — Sunday— All Day— IG ,t'3Gc Monday Matinee— ID .t 25c Monilay Night— 1C ,t :!s c ( — Contincous Showing Simday-V y TUESDAY, MARCH 2— §200 BANK NIGHT!

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