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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 6, 1937
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6LYTHEV1LLE (ARlO COTJIUEiR f •> it-*j SATURDAY,- M ARCH'-<), iwj J ItttHES FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Social Calendar " MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Council, First Christian' church, meeting at 3 30 Mon- 'day vvltli Mr» J, O McHaney Circles \yoman's Missionary Union First Baptist church 1, Mrs H. H Brooks; 2, Mrs Murray Sm»n, 3, Mrs, John Wlggfns, 4. Mrs W. B. Thompson, 5, church Woman's Missionary Society, First'Methodist'church, having program meeting at' church, 2 30 p ta Circles Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church, meeting 2 30 pjn, 1, Mrs Boss D Hughes 2, Mrs K D Carpenter, circle 3 meets at'I pm-at home of Mrs O. W DHlahunty; circle 4 meets vUth Mrs E W Lowers, 7 30 pm , TUESDAY'S/ EVENTS Mrs O W McCutchen and Mrs James Hill jr, entertaining D A R. with ft luncheoji at McCutchen home, 1 P i M Woman's club and Children of Confederacy having bingo parly, al Woman's club, 730 p m Mrs Joe Trfeschman having Young Matrons Bridge club Tuesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs Flpjd White Junk** G "A ,_, First Baptts. church, meeting at church, I pm intermediate G^A, Fbrst BapUst church 4 p.m * |unbeams meeting First, Baptist church, 3 30 p m X WEDNESDAY/!? EVENTS Mrs W A, ArTlfck having "Wednesday rBridge dub , THURSDAY'S HWENT3 Business Women's cjrcle ot tha First Methodist church meeting at the church, 7 30 F M H ' Mrs Edgar .Borum hoslcss to the Thursday Contract club Mrs H, H Houchlns having Mid-Week Bridge club Thursday -Bridge club meeting with Mrs W D -McClurktii Thursday Lttncheon^cTub meeting \Uth\MrSjR\lssell phlllfps j X FRIDAY'S JSVKNT8 Stated meeting of Order of the Eaitem Star at th ehatt as rSO Hoose Gnest Coroplhnentfeil At, "Open Hoose" Last Night.' Mr and Mrs George nt I*e v,e're host and hostess to a nurh ber of their friends at an "optfi hquse' party given Friday nigh at the \vom«n's clnb in honor o their housegiiest, Miss Luclle Wil kipson, <jf Dallas, Tefes Miss Wll kinson made her home here sever years ago and, the guests last nigh includes Ifotrrtrte friends sBe mnd< at sch'ool ,and married couples Spring flowers ^decorated the bal room and the refreshment table \m adorned* with bouquets of mlxe spring flquers and tapers Dancing mas Lhe principal en tertainment after the guests h4i welcomed Miss Wilkinson, whc plans to Ieave^with<p a few day for her home ^ 1 , Baptut Women End Week of Prayer Sfudy There were '46 members ot tht Woman s Missionary Union ot th First. Baptist church who attends- the meeting at tlie church Thurs day afternopn »hen the final pro gram »as given for tht observanc cf a special week o£ pnjer fo home, missions . 'Sounding Forth' has been th keynote of the meetings held Mori da}, Tuesday and Thursday aftei- noc-rio mid a special meeting fo the entire chilrch membe-rship. Wed nesday, night Mrs W. J.~Roger •»as leader of the. closing prograrr at which talks .\\sre giveft by 14 Rev Alfred -Carpenter,; Mrs Ken dftll Berry, Mrs K D, Marr, Mrs Matt_Moaaghafi'JhdiMrs. M G* Outlaw Prayers v^ere, offered b\ Mrs U W.^Mulluis, Mrs Tom W Jackson and^ Mrs E L Recder J P Watden sang n solo with L T Moore jr 'at the piano ' ' Refreshments were scned during a SQCial hour by Mrs G. C Hawks, Mrs. Ijoyd Stickmon, Mrs Jesse Sceman Mrs t Nev Hunt, Mrs Lei- Tou Are - Not Gone By Helen Wetsliimen Y OU are not gone, beloved. I frill not have it so! There Is such evidence .of you Down any road I go. B ECAUSE you planted early M y'garden blooms, Rllamo. You laid ttih fire upon the hearth, And tMs book bear$ your name. Y OUU imprint marks tli« cushioned tlnir \Yliere you have sat, my dear. Oli, all the doors stand open wide— And you, why aren't you heiet Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Ed Stanley and her sj^ter, Mrs D, A Harwell, of parkin, are in Memphis today. Mr, and Mrs Cecil Shane returned from Pamgould, 1 where they spsnt a short time wilh rela lives r W. H, Stovall lias returned from HBST CHUKCH OF NA/AKENE Kupha D. ISeaslcy, Pastor Sunday school 0 45 a m E • l> vfins, superintendent Morning worship, 11 a in N Y. P. S , 6 30 pm Evening service, 7:30 p.mi Special revival services conducted by Evangelist C E Toney will continue ' through nest week We Invite you to be present v,ith us_ In these oJd-fa'shloiicd. revival scrv-' Ices, ' , CHURCH, OF CHUIST Meeting'at Court House Sunday school,' 1 10 am Preaching service, 11 a.m. by Rev, Stanley L. Jones'. 1-ucial Discard Enables f Declarer to Make .Contract BV WM E. MeKENNET •Ksretary, American Bridge., Ltajue Gordon M Gibbs, of Bloomneld, f. J, newly chosen president Of ic~ American Bridge League^ has ecn gaining laurel* foi his play f the game, as well as for his Irectton. of the nation-wide :pr- nnizatlon of bridge loveis Re- entlj' he was guest of honor at duplicate game at the home of Irs Courtland N Smith, of Glen Idge, N J, where todays hand me up < , ' , i By careful play, Oibbs who bat si, was' able to make his con- ' each month,, Invites all women avilig poll ta\ leceipls and who re. Interested In citizenship, to bc- merrhembers. 'It was reported by the treasurer.- Irs. firyant Stewart,' Uiat'the. slim' $25 was donated-to the nallon- commlftce In the recent prcsl- "itlal campaign * f * 'nmed-to Sor«r)ty. ^Ilss Jane Branson,. diiughler.' of nnd Mrs u S Branson, who 'ently made outstanding scMol honors at Bremu college at \lnuv.lllc, Oft., has .been named 'r membership to the Be'n Beta , to, national honorary biological Uernlty. •s Clu!) Mrs M A Isaacs : and Mrs, W He Moore-and Mrs penter ' ' *- " Clob Alfred Car- Chamblm -weie guests of Mr? ron'/Morse w-hen she entertain- 41095 12 03 4 V1042 » A 8 7 5 + A.I 100' Duphcalc—All vulnerable Souta J West Norlh „ tasl I V 2 * PJSS ' 2 A 1» Pj^s PniS. ' ^ * P>ibi> 1 * Double PJSS ' Opening lead—V K Winchester, Icon , where he was called because of the sorious illness of his father His condition Is unchanged.' M nuslmmons attended to business in Rl|>!ey and Halls, Tenn Ihursdiy ' ' Mr/and Nfre. Jcssec Stltt,: Miss Rhuna Unrgelt and Arl Wilson left this morning .for. Fort Smith where they will attend the» meeting of the Arkansas Chaptei Hotel' Oreeters of America.-. Thjy will return Monday morning.: Mr. Slltt is president .of/the : chapter Mrs. Leon DuviiH has - retlimed o her homo in Jonesboro af|ci xnding several days with Mrs ee Atchley Mrs Frank B Eastwood and aughter, Virginia. Belle, of CaV- thersvlllc, ipent Friday will Mrs Eastwoods sister, Mrs Char es P Wood ' | Mrs. C. B. Herndon, ,of Cain hersvillc, Is the guest of he laughter,, Mrs Harold Meek Mrs C E 'coulter and daughtei Miss Dortnne, Mrs Milton Stern aerg and Mrs W D Chnmblln ire. In Memphis today. Miss"Coil :er- will remain . there for sevcra months w'hlls lnkinsr,,a busiries curse at Miss Wjllc's School Business. Mrs. S. Joseph returned Thurs Jay night from'Memphis where si w-nsWith Mr. Joseph's sister, Mr Dive Dinketsiliel, fblfownig the n ent death of Mr Dmlcelspl"! Miss Doris Ray Dobyns- \\lio tccupeiatljig from injuries receive In a recent 'automobile ncclrtei plans to go to Memphis next wee to enroll at MacOn and • Andrews Business college. Mr. and Mrs. Adolpli Meyers left /asterday for New T Orleans/ ; whers Uiej will take a ship for Ha\aha and other ports. They will be away iix weeks. They were accompanied :o'Greenwood, Miss., by Mr-.Mey- srs' mother.:Mrs. Jpo, Mcycrs r and icr' sister. Mrs. TSlla Silverman,- \\flio if 111 visit relatives there. T. L. -,(Fny) Mcllaney, formerlj 3f.. here, and now of Parngould, ias/nnnourlc6d his Bflididicy Air 'he> ofliLc of Pniigould city at Orney, 1 a post now-held by Judge vV. W. Bnnib, Mrs. P: H/ Cutler, of Promised Evening worship, 1 p.m. A welcome Is extended to every- ne. ILGKIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut- Sts. H. J. Kleindierisl, Pastor Sunday' school 9-'a.m. Divine worship 10 a.m. Sermon icme: "The True Faith of the Wolan in Simon's House." The Luth- rnn Hour Is broadcast over WLW t 12 noon nnd over KLCN or WSM t 3 30 Midweek Lenten devotlorj over <LON Wednesday 3:30 p.m. Special Lenten service Wednesday ;30 p.m. Topic of sermon: "Christ nd Pilate." 1 A cordial welcome is extended to all. , i A,record In the impoit of snake 5j 1 skin's by England has been created I ' the popularity' of snake skin J > ' oes in 1932, South America ship-/ t d 4000000, Africa 2,000,000, and| " dta 1,250,000 skins to England FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUUCII Carroll Cloyd, Pastor -Bible school, 9:45. W. O. Giierin, superintendent. Morning worship, 10:50. Sermon, The Bible ! an<l the Kingdom.' Evening noT&lup, 7 30 Sermon, "A .Working Model of Lovo.' Young people have their meeting at 0:30. Interest and attendance increasing Bring your friends to this meeting. Church Night program Wednss day evening. The program will b? jin nil. There will be a program of interest followed by refreshments and a recreational projram. Every member of .the church should attend this - meeting. It is the monthly: get-together meeting of ilie church. i\\\ Umik. Jon [ K" i« 'V m ld ' °° >°" " " u liic '"- K'> "jr!. in mi ;V i, nfltit aijiin—mil our romance tins mil ,md I me irrjingrlit torch. tiael, although lie had to lose three tricks In the off su(ti and found an apparently safe tiump trick In the'hand'-of -one > opponent. Tfte opening lead of the king of heart? wns followed by the ace, and, on the ' third, lead: ot hearts, Norlfr discarded R diamond. Oibbs rtiled with tlic six of spades De clnrcr r:c led a Lrump to the rmeen," and whcn>South failed to follow-'suit, Gibbs returned . an- othei tiunip Noith pliyed the nine ' and .declarer won .with the Jack.,/ Gibbs .-.saw that : his .one chance of making the "contract' depended on his ' losing no trump uand, Mrs. Morton ^Whatlcy, i;pl Micola Mo, and Mrs Noble Carie- lart nnd 'daughter,/Ma 17 Virginia^ f Holland, Mo spent yesterday vith JMrs.. J. H.- Fisher, who.tii i (!rmg from an attack of iri- fmenzn , , | r^i.^m Mrs Anne Stevens Potter retiim •d yesterday, from., Str ; . Louis. Mb: •»lled l>v : the:,death of her uncle Loicn Stevens i I ivlrs. J. D. Barksdale will leave oinorrow for a month's visit with her son, William . Barksdale, and aiuily, in, Fort Smith. Fred Hanna will return toda: Her spending several days :ir yiorrillton, Ark., with Mrs. Hann \nd children. the Thursday Luncheon clubn llcks If Nortll hc|cl a ciub honor -. wi-k In l.ic card games I eh': followed lunch," Mrs'.-'A. G. l| le •"n. and Mrs Russell Phillips r And Sirs;, - Coofej -imjillmented At .Party. Mr and Mrs P E Coolej who avB returned. here to'' make their metjirter living In Memphis r iv o iiont 1 ^ neie gue»ib 01 onor al a paiiy given Thurs- sy oight; by the stewards of the irst Methodist : church and their Ive^ The affair was at the ome pi the Rev. and Mrs. H. \Vi\de the contract conk! btlll be made provided'North' h'nd hold .two din monds orlglnnliy Declarer : laid • down the. nee. o spades and .then the king of dlt Mrs Emtna-Nolen entertained Oie T1 >o m-ctmg of ;',c b-ri I of f ' i ' Thursday Rook club this v,cct when Mrs W M Burns; Mrs John Fca- therston, Mrt' w" C.' Gates and: Mrs B M Matthews \vere g'iiesLs Mrs Gates Is now spending most of her time at Mount' Pleasant, Texas and & here for a brief visit. Joncruits, pussy willows and jap- orucas front her garden decorated the living room, where the three- tables were arranged * * • « Democratic Women Meet The Democratic Wofae»'s club of Bljthevine r made-plans to coordinate with the national setup of the Democratic national committee, at a meeting Friday morning, at the Hotel Noble " It was explained thai the new division i is fecogrdzeo. as an mt^- gral xrnlt of the. Democratic party whereas^the cluB has been an independent organization The local unit will not,take'part In local, count} Or sUtc politics but will conftns its activities to the party s setup as'outlined fi> Hiss Marj Den-son, vice-chairman of the Democrallo',, national - committee The group will have ft study course which »iU include the different departments of, government* Including; the treasury, International relations,'public ^orks, conservation labor, agriculture, and^ social we I fare. , It was- votea to have a guest speaker at the next meeting, In ApfU, when Dr Edna Nics will be in. charge of the program It- WHS also announced that this group, preceded '.f party ic Codies fount the ncr-h •;, tid .their wives 'at-, the Wade •ome. Mrs.. Cpolcy was presented n otted plant as a "wolcome home' ( ifl betore tlie guests, listened to 'resident Roosevelt's .- radio uies- •350. the . Refreshments were ienca "0 guests. Bible Class Mccls. _.Thc Ladies' BibtV class ot the •frst Methodist church met.Frl- lay night at the home of Mrs. ^aily Hubler, with Mrs.-Lee Arm- :trong as co-hostess. Mrs. Wyatt Henley used the Irst Psalm for the devotional, and \fn. W A Stickmon vice prcsl- ienl, presided over;, the business csslon. Bible games ivcrc pbjcd luring. the Asocial hour and cake and tea- were, served. Next month Mrs.. H. M. Brlstcr »'lll te hostess' to the. class. # • * Business Circle To Meet. The Business : Women's circle the First Methodist church will Calumet News Today's Contract Problem South reaches a /contract of Ihrce no triirnp, alter West has overcallcd his original club bid .vvith one diamond, and North-lias bid one spade. To;fulfill his contract, South must force West to make, a lead whiclt will give him his game-going luck. How does he do H? All vul. Opener—#Q Solution in next issue. monds. When.North followed, the club finesse was-taken. Sorth won with the queen, but as lie-"now- held only the'10' and .five of spades, a'ndHhrecvSmall clubs, Ihc contract was safe. Most of the flood refugees hiiv •elurned to their homes in tli! community. Mr. and Mrs. L. Robertson ar the parents of an - 8-pound son -rn January 28. Mrs. G. A. Hall, who has.bee :trlously ill with pneumonia he Blythcxlllc. hospital, Is rapid ly' improving, she was remove to her home last week. Beulas Gaines has moved t :lils community from Reece. Mrs. A. P. Half, who has been seriously ill at the Blythevil hospital for several weeks, is no rapidly improving. FIRST BAPTIST:CI1UKCH Walnut and Eighth Rev, Alfred Carpenter, Pastor 9:30 a.m., Sunday'school. 10:35 a.m., Worship Service. Christian Mathematics" 1 sermon and S :K. Garrctt the Sunday school wilt/meet at the usual hour. 9:'!o, after making up records ind re ports the entire Sunday school will- nssemMCi'ln 1 the main auditorium for a-Church School Day Program. Tliis .program will run up to the 11 o'clock hour. At'the.11 o'clock hour the pastor will take chnrac and continue without IhterrnpUon. The pastor's morning theme will be: "Will -a man rob God?' The young p-'opl- will meet at 6:45. Tlie pastor will speak again at the evening hour 1 30 from the text Wilt Thou Not Revive Us Again That Thy People May Rejoice,In Th°e?'» The Mississippi County Mctho-i 1st ; Union 'will meet at Manila on Tuesd.iy nijht Mauli 9tli Tlie Rev Lyimn Barker, the newly ippomt^d pi'tor of Ula Methodist church at Dyess Colon> will, lead in the singing (tiirin'g the First Methodist church revival tha announced to be^in Sunday opic. Special music by Mr Irs? Wilson Henry, G 30 p in , Baptist rramnig Un- j er O f tnc jonesboro district 'Enthusiasm, love, arid loyalt V 30 p in , Worship service In- imate'Rslationsliips" sermon topic. B T U /Trimint- •scho'ol led by Rev. Homer Reynolds each evening }f this week. 7 o'clock. March 14, under HID leadersjijp o Dr. Eugene W. Potter, presiding el filly lift every load. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH 70S W. Main 'Man" k the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will, be-read in all churches of Christ, Scientist, or 3untiay,. March 1th. -The Golden Text is "Ye are my vttnetses, salth the Lord; and 'my servant, whom I have chosen." Isaiah 43:10. -Among the citations which- comprise the-Lesson-Sermon is the fol- ovving'.frpnijthe Bible: "The Spirit itself beareth. witness with our :pirit. .Ihnt. we are the children of God." Romans'.:8:10. The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages from the Christian Science textbook. "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary- Baker Eddy: 'Man Is the : family .name for all ideas,—the sons!and daughters of God." P.ige 515. The reading, room is open every Tuesday and Fridiy from 2 to 5 p.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL "M-uince Lyons, R ibbi Religious School, meeting-at 1:30 P M Temple services, 3PM Sub jcct: "Providence: of God—Fact or Fiction?' All are cordially invited. FIRST PRESBI'IEIILVN CHURC1 S. II.. Salmon. Pastor "Never.Anyone !,lke Jestis'\ general subject, for a scriss of foi ROXY dm.—Always 10 & Me— le-Tuc Show Every Night <' ' 1 fatlhces FcMiy, Saturday, goodly rlday & Sunday alailnees—2il3 alurday Matinee — Contlnu#iu ,, — 1 00 T\!ll 11-00 P M Friday - Saturday Charles Starrett in "TRAPPED" A' Real ..Outdoor'-' Picture Also Cartoon ;arid Serial— "Fighting Marines 1 ' • Sunday - Monday A heart-stirring,romance from the hear, t of Murderers. irmons to bs preached by. the pas >r in this pre-East-r season Th rst of these, in our Morning Wo hip tomorrow at.11 oclock, will ' the subject, Never One Li' esus,—In Poaei of Teiclung ithers to" follow are: "...... . In lower of Healing," ". . . . In Pow- r' of Personality," .". . . In Pbw- r of Lite. In the Evening Worship ths ssr- non topic will bs "As Ye Go. 'reach!" Services begin promptly ot 7:30 o'clock. Sunday church school, at 9:45 a.m.;-has provision made for atie- ;uate worship and instruction for iveryone from infancy to old age. 'Coma thou / with us and -we will do thee good." ' FULL GOSPEL-CHURCH Lily and Vine Sis. W. O, Singlelerry, 1'astor Sunday School, 9:45 A.-,'M., N. W.' Ti-antham, superintendent. Morning Worship, 11 A; 'M P. Y. P. A., 0:30 P. M. Evening Worship,-. 7:30 P. M. Special evangelistic sermon by the pastor. "THSTON FOSTER ANN DVORAK I JOHM BEAt. Creeled by Christy Caban n o fln Fdwaid Small Production HKOJIADU) PICTUP^ Also Fox Movietone. News and- Comedy i B I/ Everything For Your EnterUto- ' ment: and Comfort According to scientists, .the thyroid gland'in one's, throat,v-varie: in = ze in accordance vfith hR age and .fluctuates in.size ifcording- to the season of t~_ >ear ) i ;, Saturday Only (treat »l»r >rlr»y» the ..-eate t of (he'sctnrtil ' OBMII HARD AWAY APPLIANCE CO. MAKES RADIO HISTORY'WITH THIS BOOK Heather Angel John Camdine Ralph Forbes Clarence Muse . i to DatiJ Hew'il. A GEORGE •A'.'HIRLIMAN PtaJadimi. ' , Dar.!tl 'crdl.-Slarj By EJgtiurfil Pflt^on Also Cartoon and 'Serial— "Jungle Jim" — Admission- — ' , Until 5 P M-10 i/Z8o After 5 P. M.— 16 ,t; 31c ontinuous Showing — Sunday - Monday HIS ARMS . . , FIRST METHODIST CHURCH II. ' Lynn Wade, Pasfor Sunday March 7th . Is Church ^ strength to ' face an an- . gry svorldl School Day in our church and in our .North . Arkansas .Conference. Under the leadership of. Professor Cals were regarded as saere animals' in ancient times, nnd. as such, enjoyed popular reverence. Later, however, they came to be issoclatcd with evil. "BERKAT 1 ' KNITTING YARNS' FREE INSTRUCTIONS New spring and summer yarns Latest Styles Classes, Friday, 2:30 P. M MRS. LESUE HOOPEK 1IM Chickasnwba ' Phone 705 which Inests on the fkst Friday to meet Tliursday, evening at 7:30 in the-social, rooms of the church. This .meeting is being held a week earlier than scheduled to avoid codfllct with the:- pre-Eastcr services to boVhild by the Methodist Church The. subject will bo the home at Mount Sequoia sponsored by the church. Visitors and ' members of this recently organized group ere urged A small club was returned, and won in dummy With the ace. The jack of chife was played and then of the 10 on'which declarer discard- Ed the/queen;, of icllamonds/ The ace of diamonds was led.'. North was .compelled to, .tramp and. declarer ovcr-r.uffcd.' The: laslXrump in declarer's-hand won the final. Had North chosen • to discard A club on the third heart lead, Gtbbs would, have cashed two diamonds before leading n club and the same situation would have developed. Wrecker Service - Gas i Oil Open All Night Phillips Service Center Phones 17J - 810 (Continued From Paee One) I liMl'KOVB ".VOUK ! PROPERTY N0\\ ! We'll f help ' you secure a FHA loan. Wall Paper Paints - Varnishes Auto & Window Male Glass BLYT¥BVILLE PAINT and WALLPAPER CO. Glcncoe Bldg. Phone S80 S UNDAY MENU Crcsm ol Tomato Soup or Grape Juice Cocktail MEATS KoiM Duck bwi Koait I.amli Bakcrt Chicken VEGETAHLES Bakul 1'ct.ilocs Green 13 Asparagus Au Gralin Manhaltan Salad reach Refrigerator !''« PALACE CAFE lW7A«.e Dynamic er, Conlinuaui Tone' Cbnlrol, Splir- S>«nd Starion R«rocal;r, Big Block Eoiy-iaScad Dial. FREE HOME TRIAL Hardaway .Appliance Co. Hardaway Appliance Co. .T. W. Adams, Algr. Phone 233 \ ' 2nd &^ Main y—All Day— K ,t. M'chday JIalinec—lo ,t 2G C Monday Night—16' & 3Gc- —Conliniioiis Showing Sunday— TUESDAY, MARCH 9— rS25.00'BANK NIGHT!

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