The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 27, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 27, 1937
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PAGE-TWO" BLYTflEVILLE .(ARK.) .COURIER NEWS SATURDAY,' MARC)f 27, 193?' i ^ Social Calendar i ^"MONDAYS EVENTS 1 Woman's {Missionary , solely, F&st Methodist churchi hailn? mission, study at chuich, 2 30 P M * '"Woman's Council, First Christian church meets with Mrs \V TJ Darnttt, 1 30 P M J TUESDAYS EVENTS ;Mrs M A Isaacs rmlng Tues, d»y Bridge club 'Veiuns Matrons Bridge club \\lth Mrs Dix'c Crai- Evening:: Gown's'Work of Art Prayer for C/asler By Helen Welshimer , i, THURSDAY'S EVENTS ,Mr^. Oioreo f-l. )^e Imlng Y)W!i (irri Country Endge club /Th»n«(laj Contract club mcctlii* ith Mis" O G. C-iudil Mil oss D Hi,' . h.nli 8 "lilinhv luncheon ui ') , .Bridge •' »> V PRIDAVi) BNFtJI^ 'The American Legion Auxiliary - meeting at 2 30 o clock Mis<! Peggy McKcel lo Wed 'William Robert Lawshe Mr ' and Mrs J Alexander Leech announce the engagement, of their niece, Peggs MclUcl, lo William Robert Lawsha, son of Mr and Mrs Brown S Simmons The wedding will be 'solemnised Monday, Maj 17 Miss McKcel received her Bachelor of Arts degiee fiom Linden- \tocd college, St Charles, Mo, where she took lin ncliio pait in scholastic affairs She spent five months last year on a woild cruise with Mi and Mrs Leech Mr Lawbhe is a graduate of Vandcibilt Unherslt). Nashville, i Tenn, whore he became a raein- bei of the Phi Kappa Sigma fio- termty He Is connected with the Farmers Btiil. and Trust Com panv *• * * FES Hunt Tor Sewing Club Members of the Recitation Sew mg club had an Easter egg hunt pt the home of Mis Acton Ther. •were 20 members picsenl and prizes were awauled to Kolan Warrington and Taj Reed * » » Fhilhps Motor Co " Emplojcs Hive l'arl\ The employes ot the Phillip Motor company and their \\i\c and husbands had a barbccur supper, last nlgnt at the Aineri ca.n* Legion hut} vtlicn <75 (rv>erc Roy ^Calvin was mostly of cei^ rjipnics }Mth Herbeit Hughes unojc- U^jjan^Jufcrmal talk, for thcj ,C[U] Dloyes and Bernard Gooch spenk- ing for the company After sup- pei there was a wrestling match between Roy Cahln and Abe Kin njnsham f9r special entertainment i before; dancing * * * H ib Egg Hunt 'Mis CVrl DaUs • » hi,sle"a to 2n' mjtii) rs of the Junior B Y I' U V ot the First Baplist chinch r<> an Em. egg hunt Thursday afternoon when she also had as her guests, the Rev and Mrs Alfred. Crrpentcr au-i the, group a sponsor, Mrs H R THE crosses of Golgotha No longer wound the sky With skeleton reminders Of three who had to die One afternoon in springtime . , . ' Long years have wiped away Tho marks of blackened anguish Upon a hill one clay. pOR there was no retaining • The Chrisb within a tomb. He broke the weary fetters, And now the lilies bloom Triumphant 'on each altar, To show death leads to life ... Oh, we who walk the tired ways Of sacrifice and strife. ask Thee, God, this Easter, To break the binding clothes That hold our hearts imprisoned, And as the Christ arose, May. we stand oii Golgotha, Arid find the crosses gone, While lilies spread white carpets • To greet a fresh, sweet dawn. in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, ', on Sunday, March 28th. • _, The Golden Text Is "Lord, 'thoii l=j host been our dwelling place in nil' generations," Psalms 90:1. .;,. Among the citations which coin- prise the lesson-sermon is the following from the Bible: "While \vc look- not at the things which are seen, but at the thing's 'which are not. seen: for the tilings which arc seen, are temporal; but the: things which are not seen arc eti-rnal." II Corinthians 4:18., .The lesson-sermon also Includes the following passages from : the Chrhtlan Science textbook, "Science and Health with 1 Key to the Scriptures" by "Mary Baker Eddy: "Christian Science reveals Iticon- trc-vertlbly that Mind is All-in-all,that the only realities are the Divine Mind and idsas. 1 ' (Page 109.) The reading room Is open every Tuesday and Friday from a to 5 1'. M., 108 W. Main. IUXOKA BAPTIST CHU11C1I ' Sunday School, 9:30 A, M. Church Conference,, ll'A. M. The paslor, the. Rev. L. P. Fleming, who has been ill, will be present but wlil not preside. B. 1'. U., 0 P. M. All art^ cordially iiivited.' Children Hide Turtles CUDOERA (UP)—Local children have one of ihe strangest pastimes in tlic world. It consists of riding huge 400 pound • turtles that ;ome ashore for a -stroll. . • • I-TUST CHUISTIAN CHURCH Carrcll Cloyd, Paster -Bible School, 9:45 A. M: W. O. Gcurin, superintendent, Shall we have a real Easter audience in the morning? Come and bring someone and we will. ! Morning Worship, 10:50 A. M. Sermon suhUct: "He Ts Risen." Evening Worship. 7:30 P. M. Play: "Thomas. Called the Twin," presented by the young people of the church. The you tig people arc to practice for the evening program at P. M., in the afternoon. Sunrise Prayer Services at the Presbyterian church at 6 A. M Everyone. Is urged to attend this cepticu of visitors to our church. Tii;>. Rev. C. IS. Cloyd will deliver short- message and special music ill b? rendered by members of !hc First Methodist church choir ; part of the united choir. phone someone at 5:30 A. M,, greet them with the words, "He Is Risen I Worship Him Today! Begin at aix - at the-. Union Sunrise Services at the Presbyterian church! I'll sec you there." Don't give your name. Then come, and bring flowers with you for the life-dedication feature at the etid of the servlcs At the Morning Worship, be- sinning at 11 o'clock, two anthems will be sung by the choir. "There Is A Green Hill," a new arrangement by Wilson of Rocckel's music, will be first, with a baritone duet by Ross Stevens and Todd Harrison and a solo part by Miss Miirv Eunice LayEoh. The sec- VCl^Ultt. 1^ Ul BULl • LU • ,ILLt:llU lllij I •• " •rvtce."Warm church. Warm wcl- ond Is. "The First Fruits Of Then That Slept" by Lorem. immediate- come. Warm worship. Mid-Week Service, (Wednesday levelling at 7:30. Bible Study and games. 1,' !he\os accent on joiilh in c\eiy detill of the elegant go\\n of Imported white taffeta—the boufant skirt the simple lines of the very basque bodice, tlio generous decollete. 11 Isinrnde doubly lovely-through tli4 ,;mnd-palntlng of the graceful flower sprays that brighten,the luxurious texture of'the fabric.. Jade green crystal balls are used to button the bodice. 1 (Prom Henri-Bendcl. New York) 1 chmuck'. Mrs. Dtivls Is the lulutt eadcr. The hunt lor,eaos l:\ thc.yr.rd Df the Davis' new homo and araei entertained tin i;u?.;ts mill • hie •': the - afe rr.oun ivlien. ilfis^.i.ts of sanci^i>. J '-:< ; iiiid iiite >.v<-ie served. I Harem Scar'em Frazicrs will return home with ler and bp the guests,ot Mr. and Mrs. Jiles Rambo Sunday. Mrs.-Charles Gatllnga and sous, Charles jr., and Don, arrived yc-s- crday' to spend a month or six weeks with Mrs. Cladings' mother, Mrs. G. 3. Barnes, and family. W. Leon Smith attended to Bits of News Mostly Peisona! Beale Massey. formerly of this !ly, is seriously ill from cancer at'.'• the Veterans hospital, Mem- hls Mrs. Byron Bartholomew aud •bildren, of Memphis, are guests 'f' Mrs. Bartholomew's parents Mrs. W. S. Langdon, and family. W. A. Whistle was taken to he Memphis Methodist • hospita Tit night m a Cobb ambulance Mrs, Whistle accompanied him, Jimmie Max Partts will go to Mountain Home today to spend ,i week with Mr. and Mrs. Max Adamson. Mr. Adatnson camu over ••eslerday and he accompanied '.1m home. Ernest Hayn'cs underwent, an cp- Juanila Sniitli Is Leading Penuseol Popularity Contest OAR-IITHERSVILLE, Mo.—5u , ., , ita Smith, high school student, is business In Little-Rock yesterday.,] e(u |j ng n -field of eight today bj ; He -was accompanied to Scarcy by Mrs. Smith who spent the day] with Uier sister, Mrs. Fletcher! Minnls, and family. B. F. Gay arrived home Thursday from Columbia Military Institute, Columbia, Tcnn., to spend the Easier vacation •with his mother. Mr. and Mrs. M. will leave tomorrow lor Dawson uprc tliau son votes in a county- "irio Donulnrity contest, which is being held in. coimeition with'the second annual Boy Scout Indoor Circus, to be presented here I'HiST BAPTIST CHURCH' Alfred Carpenter, I'astor 6:30 -A. M.—Easter Sunrise service. Subject: "The True Mcan- ng l -of the Resurrection." 9:30 A. M.—Sunday School, TI. J. Fritzms. superintendent. 10:35 A. M—Worship Service. Subject: "Christ the All Sufficient Saviour." -Special music, featuring the church cliolr in an Easter anthem, Mrs. George M. Lee. Mrs. Paul L. Tiplon, Mrs. Russell Parr, in trio and duet select-Ions. 6:30 P. M.—Baptist Training Union, Alvin Huffman jr., director. 7:30 P. M.—Worship Service. Subject: "Me, Lord?" The day's program will mark the close of the Easter revival which has been held during the week under the direction of Chts- .ter Swor of Mississippi College. Mr. Swor will have charge of the ly preceding the pastor's sermon "Never Anyone Like Jesus In the Power of His Life" is the title o the" 1 Easter sermon, concluding series'cf four. Opportunity wl •be given for the dfdlcation of in fanU in baptism to any parent who so desire. "Tlw Present Value of Christ 1 i Resurrect ion" is the topic for the ! Evening Worship sermon. Service Logins promptly at 1:30 P. M. The Sunday Church School im- irovey in both attendance and >fTertiig last Sunday, . sent the ;raph lines soaring. Over the .op this Easter[ e: received. Special Easter'muric t Jjoth morning aiid-eVening ser- ic'es. : ' -•:-.' ! Er. Eugene B, Hawk of South- rh Methodist. University will peak at the :'evening hour. ( bui- people will cooperate In the Sunrise Easter'IUnion services at he'-Presbyteriaii-cliurch at fi A., »J.," ^Rister mor'inng.' ,- . I 'A snecial service"'-:for. the bap- 1 ism ol infants wllMjs, held at 3 oMock, Sunday afternoon. •FIRST CHURCH OF'THE NAZARENE Kupha I). -Eeas'.ey, Pastor Sunday school 9:45 a. in. Morning worship 11 a. m. N., Y. P. S. G:45,p. in. Evening sarvice 7:30 p. in. The pastor will preach 'at the U unlock service, using as her Llieme "Resurrection's Revelations." Text. from John, 20-21. The climaxing note hi .the message will be tha "Revelation of a Christ." . Special music living by the choir and. quartet and a Baptismal service for the: babies wi^,,feature the morning service.' ''-, '• i' J ". 'At tiie evening scrvics there 'will be an cangelistic message,on,/;The Last Word." '" ' Come, let us worship I our risen Lord. Tiicsdny . niitlit, : March 30 at the Blr -' 0 " u ' w " " ;lvu V"" r; high 'school: auditm-ium ' CIll "' D worb!lt " serylces The circus Is : under the supervision-of Jlmmic O'Neill, sr.,,who. with his son, Jimmie jr., will present several professional acrobatic n cts in addition to numbers by Srou.ts and other local talent, ' Those enlci-ed in tlic- popularity ;.Hcavcn. contest, and their ranking today, i light lit. the Blythcvillo hospital. Dr M L Skaiier, who was all nfchic at -the Blylheville liur,- :i(el Misiic time as!0.'. was liera Springs, Ky., where they will spend a week. Miss Alia Mae Gariiniiton and Louis Lynch have gone lo Scarcy. lo spend the Easter wcek-:nd. Mrs. O. E. Quclhnnlz, who has been ill for a week with influenza, is now- butter. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and son, Fred, 'of Drxter, Mo., will spend Easter with Mr. and Mrs tha Robins, Sleele; Ruth Thonip-l Rodney L. Banister and Mrs. Ban- i '"n. Holland: aud Mary Virginia Istcr's mother, Mrs. Mary Little, i Cnnchart,. Holland. i Mrs. Snillh will remain for -n The', con test will close ihe night! few days while her family will of the'Circus. The winner is to be return home tomorrow aiternoon..awarded a diamond ling. "i Miss Grace McFarhnd. who at- . tcndr, business school at Cn|>c Givariicau, Mo., is spending the PILGRIM LUTHKUAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Sts. H. 3. Kllimlicnst, I'aslar Tlic Easter message cf tha risen Christ spells Happiness, Hope, aud Hear the message o! In Sunday School, 9 A. M. in Morning Worship, 10 A. M.; ii CHRISTIAN' SCIENCE CHUKC1 70S W. Main "Reality"- is tlic subject of UIL lesson-sermon which will be reat LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH M. X. Johnston, Psustor We begin the day with a Union Easter Service at the Presbyter- Ian church. .Sunday School, 9:45 A. M. Preaching, 10:45 A. M. Subject: "If Christ Be Not Risen." Young People's Meeting, 0:30 P. M. At the evening hour the Lake Street choir will render an Easter Cantata. Iverson Morris, directing.' Mrs. O. J. Rodgers, at the piano. This Cantata will be well; worth year hearing. The membership and friends of the church are invited. 1-TKST METHODIST CHURCH H. Lynn Wade, Ppslor Phone 673 We Deliver Easter - m Sunday Dinner Menu Cream of Tomato Soup, o.v Oyster Cocktail Roast Lamb with apple- sauce Baked Chicken Dressing, , gibict gravy Roast Loin of Beef, brown sauce -' Country Fried, -Chicken, .L cream gravy - : Orange Basket Salad ,'., Baked Potatoes Buttered Asparagus Fresh Lima ,Bpan§.;.' Peach Ice Box. Pie : Palace The Best in Meats anil Fancy Groceries Piekard Grocery & Market 1011 Chiciiasawba F.Terythta ff For Your Entcttaln- ment and Comfort will'craduatc from 1 Ellslcr "cation with her parents ' school" of medicine Mr - nlltl Mrs - w - M school ot medicine^ h|u( MUs Imog( , llo s njtll ;1U( , Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Mitchell arc in Memphis today, Miss Laura Hals, who- attends Mississippi Stale College for Wo- June arrt Wns en route to phis to S|»nd the Easter acnlion when he : .stoplwd here. \a will te an interne at the City -cspitr.l, St. Louis, after. July, 1. Mr. aud Mrs. C. J. Flcelwood Mid daughter, , charlenc, and. sen. Allison, cf Memphis, spent yes ,rday with Mrs. Flcelwood's father, J. P. Allison. >''«s Matv, Vetus &r,inn is the • Manikin: msrs powerful and, 'nfer than thiil formerly usjrt has' been patciitcd -by a University of! Virjiura scientist. '..- i to these services. Prcachmi;, 11 A. .M. by the pastor. Using as Ills thems: "Christ's Resurrection, the Pledge of Our FIRST PKKSBYTKKIAN cnVKVll \ Immcrtaiity." A large class is toj S. H. Salmon, I'astor Our church is privileged to be ROXY Ailmission always lOc & 2Gc Show: every niffhl. Matinees Fri- Sat. ft Sun., Fri. ,t Sun. Mali- uccs at 2:15. Saturday Matinee at 1:13;.. Last Time Today hcst to the Union Easter Sunrise services at G A. M.. again this year, and our membership is urg- -,A to be pressnt in large numbers,, both for the good lo be derived and for the cordial re- men is trie guest of her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. E. L. Hale, for International trade tasan prior lo 3000 B. C,. according to evidence week-end giictt" of "Miss • Susan' found' In the ruins ot the Baby- r.iitr of near Cooler, Mo. The, Ionian city of Kish. Li>u ise. Marsh all poses in the dinner dress she has created for the hot'fiigMs ne\t*summer. Said to', bo ^of oriental inspfration, it i , B !j§ ws tile bathing suit influence K t on cVeding gowns—brassiere Inp ar.el all * it was displayed at a spring fashion show in New York, Easier Flowers - - - UL1KS in pots and cut lilies, -roses, .cavnaticns, siiapdiagoiis, s-rect peas, and other Easter ilovvcrs. MADE up boxes cf assorted plants; yellow calla IIlies., azaleas, hydranseas. and pot roses. .COHSAOES of gardenias and \,\Iles lilies,, lo-scs aud sweet peas. Confederate jasamiue, fr*csia.s, forEet-me-nbts,' and other beautiful •. Jlowers for gift boxes and baskets. ; - 193 Order Firlj — Mowers Telegraphed Anyvvliery — PIioui IIEATOiN'S .HoSlE OF FLOORS The' 1'aradc Ends at I ho Noble EASTER DINNER TO.MOKUOW 11:30 A, M. To 2:30 1>. M. - 5:30 To !l I'. M. Faster paraeleis ,wi : l coi^icgate here for an dab- crate dinner. We've precaved a special menu for the occasion. Join the crowd. .-.;. 75c U P' tel Noble Treat An Easier Those who appreciate wonderful food will find cur Sunday menu a real treat. 50e Choice of Cream cf Corn Soup Tonialo Juice Cocktail Half Grapefruit Choice of Chicken Hungarian, steamed rice Spiced Baked Ham, raisin sauce Fillet Mianon, on toast Breaded Veal Cutlet, tomato sauce Rcast Sirloin of Bref, brown gravy Hawaiian Salad Easter Eggs Scalloped Potatoes Buttered Carrots and Peas Cauliflower In Cream Kct Parker House Rolls Bran Muffins Vanilla Ice Cream Cake Prune Whip with Cake Strawberry Jello with Whipped Cream Fresh Apple Pie with Cheese Coffee Tea Milk BLACK CAT CQFFEESHOP AT.- THK GOFF. HOTEL . Saturday Only iryoflaceana Beatrice Roberts"' KIO.RADIO PICTue 'Dmaci by Onii Howrf. A Gt m . fnfatxvH. AJJO. producer, Itonjid GpW(le;n, Also Cartoon and Serial— ."Jungle Jim 1 ' —t'cntinuoiis Shoivitig— ,. "— Admission— - IJnlil'S P. BT.—10 <S 26c After 5 P. SI.—1C & 3Ic Sunday - Monday SUM SUMWERVILIE - DUOltY OIGGES 1 W*UER CATIEII • CEOSOE HNOIR5 ! OARWEU • SriPIN fElCHIlf AUb Cartoon and Serial— '"Fijthling Marirtts;' Sunday - Monday "Smartest Girl in Town" Wilh Gcuc Haymund and Ann Solhcrn Also Fox Movietone N r cws aud comedy '••" '—SUNDAY ONLY— On Ihe Stage In Terson JEWEL. COWBOYS ' Also Faramcunl News and Cow —Contiuuotts Sliowhig Sunday • . -rAilmissioii^ ' Sunday—All Day—16 i 36r Mcuday MalinCE—10 & 20c Monday Night—IS * 3<5c TUESDAY, MARCH 30§25.00 HANK NIGHT! (Less Slate Tax) —COMING SOON— "Call It A Day" "50 Roads To Town'' "Kius of Gamblers" "Swing High, Swing I,o,v" "Step Lively, Jeeves'* "AVaikiM lycdrUnc" "Seventh Heaven" f'AUylimc" .<-•:••••>••.

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