The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 1, 1934 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1934. JVlexicans Burn Images in War on Churches BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS , Grim evidence of the war lo the (loath being waxed In Mexico ;i«ainst the Roman Ciiihollc clmreli Is yiven In this picture, taken in a village in Chiapas-tale, wherj lite campaign h niosl relentless. Twenty Indlens were shot down in front of (heir church in Htiixtla alone and scores of others were vicl'inis in other towns. Here the mob in a paradj to'the execution plcza carries Images, relics and religious _w™"ienl-v, including, a large .crucifix, 'shown at ii a lu, from a niliagcd church to be burned. First Streamline Sleam Locomotive Faces Test AGT! Noilli I'uii, iiriilr /one, ntifiulHi I, I9(< Di.-r Frli-uds In Hlylhcvll I jus! {uutdn'l ri-slsl i yen iilial u Hofider/iil a for everybody. 'Ihk y, , factories liavi? bi'fn mm my Jolly Illtle flu Huff you and Idlins Im 10 I lia\e ill nun d ni) lilic l«j and t,lf( imimiiE 'it full spwd urirt' luivft In en Murklug almost \'tx sir, I tuM Mix. Kundi u f«w days a s o iliu'< o! H,K u,.d ..Ihfr to.ulir.il (iru In «« my llfl-. ni'ii, bill of raursc riMlom fours me In iratl niilll (,'hrl\(m i had nour [ten such " ,ms: first stieamlincd high nosur Ucam locomotr^ <oon U ,II be ijlun a sent, of tests by the NSW York c.nlml la.lroad to demonstrate the ,«,! hues faith ,„ steam, despite recent advances in Diesel-powered locomotives In the west. The eni'lm-, named the Commodore VunderWU '-me, tie ..rmmdcr^or the road, is streamlin^J^cul air resistance 35 per cent ; ,t a speed of 10 to 90 miles an hour. TT— ft •==:=.--== WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSOiN==rt== = = The Christian as Witness ^ Text: 1 Thess. 1:1-10 The International Uniform Sunday Sclwol Lesson for Dec. 2. * * * nv WM. K. oiMiov. n. n. Kditnr of Advance ^Christianity—•• 'began ••••ftn-u testimony, or wllne-ss. ILs power- ami Its continuance (ie|)cnd upon the faithfulness of Its disciples in witaiessiiur lo truth mid to salvation. ' Tt was as Jesus witnessed to small groups that the people became attracted to Him, and to His teaching, and cither .desired to follow Him or accepted Hi5 call to disciplrahip, thai, thcv might know more 'of all .He 'hau to tench. As these early disciples imbibed that teaching, Jesus sent them forth, first of all ths twelve —later called apostles—and later ronie seventy evangelists, that going two by two through >the villager they might tall:, of Him and of the things that they had rt- celved. It was through J.his same no\Vi;r of witness that Peter, on the D.iy of Pentecost, aroused the consciences of .men and women to that many were added lo lh- church, and it was this same ivil- nessing urge and spirit that sent Paul and his companions forth throughout the ancient world lo tell the story or what God had done for them throng)! Jcpus Christ and His salvation. * * . * Here in our lesson we have a sample of this witness. Paul is writing on behalf of. himself and hisj companions, Silvamis and Timolhfu.vto the church auThes- salonica. which he had been instrumental in establishing. It is a typical letter of Paul. First of all, lull of the Ihank- fulne.sl3 that seemed uppermost and decpmost in Paul's religious attitude and expression. Beneath everydiing .else In Paul's life was this great outpouring of thankfulness to God for the unspeakable gift of Christ in saving liius li'om bigotry and narrowness, and purpose, and he was never slow expressing seme word ot approval and encouragement to - wcr.; seeking lo know and lo dj the i:;;!.;. He make-:' It quit? • rli.'iir ; u these in the church at ThrreiUonicn - tluit nc- IIKJOI-I.M |],;i r f.iiiJi n'iirt mid their "pniiencc- el iully works hope." Alon commenna- attuning his mind and heart" to the richness and fullness of love. Wilh this thankfulhiess is linked the nraycrfulness which Paul.; was always manifesting r.s his own practice and cnjoinine, i other Christians. Thankfulness and prayer were tsvo great links in his relationship to God and his fellow men. Then we have the readiness ol Paul always (o commend the works of love and righteousness. At times he could be very critical mid could S|)c3fe very plain words in rebuke where he felt they were called for. But lie hntl n keen eye for discerning earnestness and righl • ••~.. n ,,,Lii .-iiii-ii Lummcnna-1 lion, however, Paul usually expressed some subtle word of criticism or soiixj suggestion Hint might keep those to whom he was writing from becoming |no well satisfied with themselves. £o in this ca.Si: lie reminds them of (he largeness and fullness of ihe gospel. He rewinds them Ihat the call that they htve heard is a call of <.<o<! lo the highest and the holiest things, snt: that [o profess Ihe Christian |if c ^d lo seck |Q lMd H means to become examples to others. Ife congratulates these Christian.!, that they have in fact given a good witness and Uial their faith in God has be-n <iir-ri<1 abroad. All this is the more vcmarkabt.- when we note th.it these lo ivlioni Paul was writing had been saved from pirvcrlcd ide.is and nliitiidcs. They had, as Paul says, turned idols lo serve M -O S E8J IP ™^§® U C-EA- OiO SO/S AWAY? g£AT5 HIS DAD AT GOLF. :i_i "'"at a picture is Here of the [reality of the Christian life! Why jiannot every professing Chvfeiinn J IK- such a witnc.-s? „ • &eNHStTTM9 A SlLVEft SWAN EM3LEM ON EteH OF H£fi AurOMOgfl.es 1 , Oak News Brother J. p. nmtinin s of Man- j "> wil nil his regular appointment here Saturday night and Sunday, December i and 2 Mr. and Mrs. T/- O n ; —> r- —• '7i»r r f lurnc<1 to Clarksdale, Miss,, and Mrs. Joe." Lobley. ' The mother of Mn,;. Qcorgo lields. who has been confined to her fccd for several nioiitns. is t er-! iously ill. i Alary Frances and fla Bell Field* I arc ill with whooping cough. All mothers are cordlallv invited 1 to attend a meeting of the P. T. A. Monday .11 the school hniwe. Kkron A'Vjr.s' Notes i'orler Smilli and family drove to Cavulhersville Sunday "to vlnt relatives. Mr. ana Mrs. Carl Wallace «ppni Sundny witn Mr. and Mrs. Elwy Wallace. Mr. n«cl Mrs. Ifertcri Forsh," have been visiting p. Porshcc at Ucll this n-rck. Among (hose sick this week is (j | C. Bailey, who Is suiroring from }j; pneumonia. Nfick Wade wai takon lo .', Memphis hospital to receive treat- mint for burns suffered when he icil into a scalding vat Saturday. . tn proportion to it.i weight, the ' Van |' S U ' C slro "2 cst 1tvi "S Illln i5- an orchid, the vanilla plantlfolla .Nearly 3090 miles ot canals are in use in England. * for Her * + + SILK HOSE, ALWAYS ACCEPTABLE Especially If It's the new sheer-clear Allfn A. . . 15c to $1.:15. . . 'uho Ladies House Slippers at popular prices. At the New York Store FLOYD A. WHITE * * + LADIES LEATHER JACKETS Zipper style, light or dark brown, $10. New Mead Clothing Co. * * + Dear S.-mta: We. know lols of little ijlrls ami Ills ones who want n permanent for Christmas. Hov,' about It? MARUARET DEEN BEAUTY SHOPFE , * '+ * GIFTS SHE'LL ADORE Atomizers. Perfume sets, Bridge Cards, Compacts, Pangburn's Caudles, iioublgnnt nnrt Coty's Pcrfiimc Sets. Heating ' Pads nml other acceptable gifts. BELL'S PlfARMACY UUAUTYY BRINGS HAPPINESS 'If you really want (o make her happy tliis Christmas include in your gifts one of our permanent waves. •CRACK BLANCHE SHOPPE The Gift Supreme The modern servant, that, banishes kitclien drudgery. ..(lie new Koliioint Range with hi- specd Calrort units...sold on convenient terms if desired. Severn! models to select from ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER CO. "At Your Service" * + * G:VIS SOMETHING PERSONAL Satin and Crepe Negligees Velvet and Cordtiroy Robes Corduroyi and Crepe Pajamas ...Satin anti Crsne Undies THE FAMOUS •foe AppWnum * * * Such appropriate gifts as hos- liry. gloves, handkerchiefs, loi;n s lng cobra can be found »l I'AHKIIURSTS. Such gifts 115 compacts, watches. rings, necklaces, weekend l.'ags. purses and oilier gifii; can be foilml at Pal O'Bryiml, Jeweler I.OVKLY C1FTS OF PERMANENCE... WATCHES, DIAMONDS, NOVELTIES, LEATHER GOODS, PEN AND PUNCH, SETS. . .STKKL f N CI AND PLATED SILVERWARE r;u/imrs JKWKI.HY .STORK .* + + ' N«w I waul (,, Ml you i-iiM»:thlii|f else. A uhu!« lot of Ihlius dlr f <t frum llic fimous •»"« }•"»" . r »<l OTl(1 - », 111 '•e »» '"'I'l'-iy ffcni IHIW until (hrKtmis ^e In ll.t Ugres u! lilj'ilicvllle. Ion MB «,. u ,i«((y K ooil Mra. « wliut a rnlly «ood ClirMnus ne're golnif lo for Auntie! Ifnnd- biigs for Mother! Handbags for Hie Little Woman! Little evening ilriiehls too, in metals mid sequins, and brocades, that will brlig lasting pleasure. Every leminine name on your list can bo checked wllh a .smart H.uidbas. from the .. " s , NEW YORK STORE * * + Walnul-Ccdfir Chests De.iiiliful ivaltuit finish Cedar Chrats, sinyle or double tleck siy)e...A gift iJint' any «'uman will ii|i[>i\'ciale...Air mndcrnts- ly priced. lIUBHAltD FURNITURE CO. •i- * + for Hi im LO^-BOY VCAFFLf MAKER Bakes golden brown waffles exactly to your Inste. Heal hulicHlor lells when lo pour baiter. Patented expansion hinge allows batter to raise. Beautifully finished in dnou- him plate - - $595 HUHBARD HARDWARE CO. LOUNGING ROBES Black flat crepe with contrasting: trims, ?IO. Nfew Mead 'Clothing'.Co. * + + PURE SILK. PAJAMAS All colors, plain models $5, Lounging styles $(3.50. New Mead Clothing Co. + * + PAT O'URYANT, Jeweler, suggests bill [olds, 'fountain pens, Iiencils, rings, ntleti zipper sets, cigarette ca.ws, lighters, watches, chains and bands. . * * + '• At Hayiies' Men's Shop can be found gifts for (he mnn from 25c up. May we suggesl handkerchiefs; ties, p:i- jamns, sliirls. scarfs, • loiui'lne robes, hals, bells and buckles? Sec our stock before making your selection. ! if lo have liy visiting all of time stores anil looking over the Hoys anil B trls, I know. you'll IM: nxcltcil over llic . t«y K |h|> w ir llic ilrll' ir , sunir of (lie <ut,M you «v«-r i.w. Then the lilll« famUure, bujglfs and nfijthlng I doll ne,d. Is jusl like lliat Rrowii-iips use, only .smaller. Ami 1 nncr sav, .» many l,,te«slJ,u; thing,, for twys. toy t uiw, f<«(ualls, trains, wus-im, (rucks »h> 1 could K '> on n^mhir ihliiKS- ull il/ty. . • . . I can promlw you another (bin*, loo. Sly Chrisliii-iv caa,li«, ar,-- liettitr than ever liM'iiuw) my ixiwrt camly chefs have beta f.«|.ir]niM.)l»V nllh , |,,| nf ^ oa ai fl |, (p| , an(I IliHj vc nuulis the most delicious nuidlis you've hud i n ft | un s lime ' Von ivnn'l ln> dlsajijiolnttd In the frulls, uuls, tie,, either. Our bltf sblu (he S V Salnl Nick," Juit lame In tHiuueh Ihe k« ywUrday from u lol O f Irovlral .nu'nlrl,s where she tnlkclcil .-i farjo of iiraii^ra, nuplt's, r.iliini, ibilei, lljs nuts nnil ol)ic; ilclldous HiliiL-s ft>r (,'hililniav. Our ihl|p|iln f department lias (nit a lot of Ihcv Ililnis slru-lit (« |||j- tfi Nuw I . havcn'l fornolini the »iown follcs thUi yrar. I alu IJT, <ll<l ..iy K r«un-uns nwrr. fun nul of CbrKlmuv than llic yiiunsilfu, and (|,u('s sajlsi^ i lot ]„ Je a r s cnu« by I've milled thut icrowii'ups spent ,i tut ot Hint iilijlng with clulrle triiim sjtrain engines nnil ulhrr . Iny.s ami Die clillilrrji didn't Imu , t cfi inn', <n I figured Jf IM IK- up morn clffs for them tills year II wi.uld lie. Imler all around Will V\e dour that nil rl|hl auJ tf they don't Ifave Iliit toys l« Die ki.lillfs Oik OiiMnu«, l( HDII'I he I'raetleally every Hlytlievilln More IIIIK somftlilnf (hat wniild nuki i nice pri-sml for '.onip. xinwn-up. lluwr.rrr, I woulil.udylw you not In ,• w.ilt too Ulc or Mimcniit eKr ulll have It l)(ii[(.'h(. Yuvrs tfir and Happiness, SANTA 'GLAUS. PARKHUFV5T'S— H for slilrls, ties, sax, liaiuikcr- chicrs, lounelns; robes, scarfs ami oilier masculine fflfls. Fur Him We SneKf,-,! A Pips, cigars, Shaving Set or Sbaeller I'ountain I'cn. HELL'S PHARMACV *.*'*'. He Needs Glows and we have a large selection of KUtakliis mid Imllallon I'ls- skln at Due, '$1.49 nnd $l.0fl... Lined or Unllncd. .). C. TENNEY CO. *+•+'.' A Comforlable Chnlr tor Dad! How he'd love a comfortable clmlr all lite own... You'll find all styles, sizes and prices In our complete slocfe. HUBIiARD FURNITURE CO. * * + Sports Equipment Golf Clubs, Bags and Balls... Guns of every description,, . Exercising equipment ot all kinds... Hunting 1 clolhes iincr accessories. . . All Modcr a t e 1 y Priced! IIUUBARD HARDWARE CO. forKiddies * * + A COMPLETE TOY DEPARTMENT— for all ages. Everything moderately priced. OBERST STORE CO. \\'K Have Wlvit They Waul! Skates, Tricycles, Scooters, Bicycles. Coaster' Wagons, Buddy Hikes, .22 Rides (Stevens, HamiHon and Springfield). Pocket Knives, Flashlights, Watches. Hunting Knives, Buck Jones Air Rides nml Seoul Knives and Axes, including carrier. BURKE JIARDWARE CO. "We Sell for Less" Visit our loyhnd. We specialize in dolls and toys of all- kinds. LOW PRICES. I. ROSENTHAL. LNC. TOYLAND NOW OPEN Mothers nnct Rilhcrs, as well as children will enjoy a visit to our complete Toy Department. J. C. PENNEY CO. TOYLAND IS OPEN Dols, Teddy Bears, Trucks, Popguns. 'Airplanes, Five En eiws, Tool Chests, dames, Chemical sel.s, Puz/les, play House.?, Doll oblies, Sewing ' Srls, Tricycles, Wagons', Doll Bii^Kles,' Tables ami Chairs, Slory Hooks. Clirlslmns Cnn- dles and olber iJiierMling THJS I3KN FRANKLIN STORR <Toylniul 1 noor Enst) Dicyclc Tires, Horns, Saddles • Bn.skct.S", Hfliidtc OH|«, Spokes, Whutti, Rims, Brake Parts' Repairing. CARNEY'S SHOP . 113 S. First, Pliotip C4'J. Kvery Clyild Needs One ol course, It's the new A. E, S. Study Lamp— "Belter light means better sight"— Floor and Table Models. Buy From Your Dealer or ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER CO. "At Your Service" HURRY! HURRYI Right now we have almost every kind of a Bicycle. Tricycle and Wagon, but we ad- vis; Immediate selection as replacements arc htird to get this year. HOBBARD HARDWARE CO for Family SHOP EARLY! You will bJ pleased with our selection of ladies', men's, and children's clothing and gift goods. Rea sonably. priced. I. ROSENTHAL. INC. * * * ATTENTION MEN! A small cash payment will give your wife the jKrfect gift— A HOME. See our listings. fiiomas-Land Co. THE IDEAL GIFT •?*K$S*&K Onl >' n . inetee , n moie sh °p- Good Any Time! J5ing days Until Ritz and Ro.xy Theaters Chustmas. for Home + * * >/ fi Sec the laigest nnd'most com". plete stock of gift good? In Northeast Aikansas Toys t,la=swnic, dlthes poiteiy, lea- ' Uiei goods all makes indlos lube': niut batteries lamps, elictrical appliances, pictuies nnrt many other loiely things- all MODERATELY PRICI'D PARKHURST'S 107 IBS n Main Cijstal wnre- dishes — silver vvaie— lam;«,--to mike (he "Home Bcaulilvii.v Pat O'Biyanl, Jeweler * + + lino jour TORNITORE tip- hohiered i repaiied for •! per feet chmtntas gift SPECIAL PRICES J. W. JENKINS & SON ' 11G 5. R. R.— Phone 139 + + + DEEP .KNAP BLANKETS 70x80 Deep Knap Double Blaii- kels in a wide selection of beautiful plaids. 50 nci- cent' wool - - $4.98. J. C. PENNEY CO. + * * Constant Enjoyment for the cnlne family tt lt'i Hotpomt Automatic Electric Water Heater In the home let us give you the details ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER CO , "At Your Service" f * * * . America's Finest Gift! x Karpen Liimg Rcom Furniture Jfude to endure throughout ttie ages suifle pieces 01 complete suites. 'A HUBBARD FURNITURE CO Gifts of Permanence. The perfect gift One E\tO tinted in oil and Ihr^e 4x6 ror- linlls—$5 BELT'S ART STUDIO

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