The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 27, 1937 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 27, 1937
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BLYTJHEVILLE URK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, iiAUCII 27, 193?' I 1 Social Calendar t ' \ VMONDAY'S EVENTS ' Woman's "Missionary, society, First Methodist church j havln? mission study at church, 2 30 P. M ' "Woman's Council, rirst Christian church meets ivilh MR, W Tj ParnUt, 2 30 P. M i TUESDAY'S EVENTS {Mrs M A Isaacs hiving Tucs- 1 dsv Bridge club | Xoimg Matrons Bridge club r-)»fcSir< with Mrs Dis'c Crav- iqid r , L* THURSDAY S EVENTS (Mr?, ' Oi,or"c M, L^o hiving Tu)>;i tm<; Countiy Endue club (Tmnrclsy Contract club mcctlii; ^iji'ilis" G G. OWdl 1 ! ,Mis OSP D 'i i, > ', lnvli g Ti itrjUiv luncheon ci'.') , iTr-ursJiv^ Bridge Evening. Gown's.Work of Art; J rayer for faster By Helen Welshimer ,» FRIDAYS e*IVtl\<* 'The American Legion Auxiliary meeting nt 2-30 o clock Mis? Ptggy McKeel Lo Wed J William Robert Lavvshe )' ' ' • Mr nnd Mrs 'J Alexander Leech* announce the engagement of their niece, Peggy ^ McKeel, to William Hobort Lav,sh3, son of Mr. and Mrs Brown S Simmons The wedding will be solemnized Monday, May 17 Miss McKeel received her : Bacli- clor of Aris degiee from Liiidcn- tfocd college, SI Charles, Mo, where she took un acllve pait In scholastic affairs She spent five months last yeur on n vvoild crulsq with Mi .md Mrs Leech Mr Lawihe is n giaduato of Vandcibllt Univeisily, Nashville, Tcnn, where he became a. inem- bDi of the Phi Kappa Sigma fui- i to-nitj He is connected \vith the Farmers Bank and .Tniot Com )>anv I * • » - I Egr Hunt Tor i Senlng Chili Members of the Recreation bowing club hart an Easter CBS hunt ,nt the home of Mis Acton Thcrf uerc 20 members piesenl and pil/e 1 ; were avvaldcd to Rolan Warrlngton and Fay Reed Phillips motor Co, " bmplojcs Have 1'arlv. .The emploje 1 ! of the Phillip Motor ccmnany and theli vvivc and husbands had a barbecue s'ippec. last night at Ihe American* Legion hut i whan 55 nvierc present. , , RoyiCalvm was ni^btrt of CCPV ' nipnles i\Hh Hcrheit Hughes nia)^- ir^in^rtformal talk for tho,,^] pioyes and Bernard Gooch speaking for the, company After supper there -was a wrestling niatcli Lcjuecn Roy Call in and Abe Kin- iiingham for ^pccial entertainment before; dancing * » * V i«, Leg Hunt, ,M:<> Oil Da\h i-, h,i sle<B to 2S milliners of the Junior B Y P 0 V of tho Ih-bl Biplibl chinch fu an Ew.- eg? Inml Thursday afternoon •nhen she ajso had as her guests the Rev and Mrs Alfred* Crrpcnter «n- the group's sponsor, Mrs H ' J j Harem Scar'em *T X HE 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 The marks of blackened anguish Upon a hill one day. there was no retaining The Christ within a tomb. He broke the weary fetters, Ami now the lilies bloom Triumphant 'on each altar, To show death leads to life... Oh, we who \valk the lived ways , Of sacrifice and strife. U/E ask Thee, God, this YV Easter, To break the binding clothes That hold our hearts imprisoned, And as the Christ arose, , May we stand on Golgotha, And' find the crosses gone, While lilies spread white carpets To greet a fresh, sweet dawn. in nil Churches of Christ, ScichlLst ! on Sundny, March 28th. . ;Thc Golden Text-is "Lord, 'thpii hast been our dwelling place In all generations," Psalms 90:1. . : • Among Ihc citations which comprise Ihe lesson-sermon is the following from the Bible: '"While we look- not at tho things which arc seen, but at the things which arc not seen: for the things which are seen are tcmpcrnl; but the : things which are 'not seen ore _ eUrnal," H Corlnihlans 4:18. . The lesson-sermon also Includes • the following passages from Hie , Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with 1 Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "Christian Science reveals incon- trcvertibly lhat Mind \s All-in-ail, that the only realities are the Divine Mind and iclias." (Page 109.) ' I The reading room is open every Tuesday and Friday from 2 to 5 P. M., 708 W. Main. I.UXOKA BAPTIST CHURCH ' Sunday School, 0:30 A. M. Church'Conference,, ll'A. M. The pastor, the. Rev. L. P. Fleming, who lias been ill, will be present , but win not preside. ' ' ' B. T. U., 0 P. M. All art cordially invited. Children Rifle Turtles CUDGBRA (UP)—Local children mvc one of the strangest pastimes in the world. It consists of riding huge 400 pound-turtles that ~,ome ashore for a stroll. . • • yntjlil, I'JW, t»y NUA :«r\ia-, Inc. .VII FIRST CHUIST1AN CHURCH Carrel) Cloycl, Faster • Bible School, 9:45 A. M.'' W. O. Gcurln, superintendent. EJhall we have a real Easter audience tn the morning? Conic and bring someone and we will. Morning Worship, 10:50 A. M. Sermon-subject: "He Is Risen." Evening Worship. 7:30 P. M. Piny: "Thomas, Called the Twin," rrcscnlcd by the young people of the church. The young people are to practice- for Ihe evening program at £ P. M., in the afternoon. Sunrise Prayer Services at the Presbyterian church at G A. M. Everyone; is attend this crpticn of visitors to our church. Rev. C. B. Cloycl will deliver a short, message and special music will b? rendered by members of he First- Meltiodist, church choir as part of the; united choir. Phone someone at 5:30 A. M. greet them with the words, "He Is Riscnl Worship Him Today! Begin at six al 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 end of the service. At ihc Morning Worship, beginning at 11 o'clock, two anthems will be sung by the choir. "There Is A Green Kill," a new arrangement by Wilson of Rocckcl's music, will be first, with a baritone duet by Ross Stevens and Tocld Harrison and a solo part by Miss Miiry Eunice Layson, The sec- service Warm church. Warm wcl- °n" Is ' 1Tllc First Fruils of come. Warm worship. ••MId-Wock Service, Wednesday , | That Slept" by Lorenz. immediately preceding the pastor's sermon evening at 7:30. Bible Study and gomes. -. • '..' hero's accent on youth In every detail of the elegant gown ot Imported white taffetn—the boufant skirt;' ic simple.'lines.or..tho very bisque bodice, tho Seneious decollete It Is made, doubly lovely-through the and-iinintlng of the graceful flower sprays that brighten,the luxurious texture of'-thc fabric?.'Jade green civstal balls aio usul lo button the bodice '^ (From llcnrl-Bendcl, New York) 'chmuck. Mrs. Davis la the I'.dull eadcr The hunt lor eggs t:i the yr.rd if tho Diwis' new homo nnd .vines 'entertained the: gu?.ils un- il lne , the afc rr.con when, ilr * 'its of" sonciui. •••:« iinti tin - \i*ic served. Frazlers vs'Hl return • homo with aer and bo tht guests of. Mr. nml Mrs. Jlies Rambp Sundny. Mrs. Chtii'lcH Gadlnys and sons, Oharlts jr., and Don, arrived yesterday ' to spend a month or six weeks with Mrs. Gadings' mother. Mrs. G. S. Barnes, and family. W. Leon Smith attended lo Bits of News Mostly Peisonal Juanila Smith Is' . Leading Pemiseot. ; Popularity Contest O A R.T 1TH ER 8 VILLE, Mo.— 3« &n, , . .,,., „ , , . ita Smith, high school student, is business m Little Rock yesterday.|l en ding afield of eight today by He was accompaniEcl to Searcy by morc Ula m votes In o count/Mrs. Smith who spent the day with her sister, Mis. Mlnnis, and family. Fletcher county which is being, held in connection with the second annual Boy Scout Indoor "'We ponvilnrity contest, • .j , „,, .".vuuu ivjuumi 13U.V ouutu mnoor B. F. Gas- arrived home Thurs- cln , ilSj l? :b( , \ msen ^ ; ,, C1 . C I-'lliST BAI'TIST CHURCH' Alfred Carpcnlcr, pastor 6:30 'A. • M.—Easter Sunrise, service. Subject: "The True Mean:rig- : bf the Resurrection." 0:30 A. M.—Sunday School, H.| J. Fritzius. .supErintcndcnt. i 10:35 A. M.—Worship Service.' Subjccl: "Clirist the All Sufficient Saviour." Special music, featuring the church choir in an Easter anthem. *received. Special Wh moining h Kl evning s:r- Dr. Eugene B'. Hawk of Eouth- •h Methodist Universltj will >peak-at Hie ..evening hour. i Our people will ccop'-iite in the Sunrise Easter">Union' services at he'" Presbyterian cliurch at 6 A. V FTier moining A special seivlce for the bap- :lsm ot infants will- ba held at 3 oV!rx:k, Sunday afternoon!'. THE Mrs. George M. Lee, Mrs. "Never Anyone Like Jesus In the Power of His Life" is the title o the 1 ' Easter sermon, concluding a -series i tof four. Opportunity vvil be given for the dedication of in fants in baptism to any parent who so desire. "Tho Present Value of Christ' cction" is the topic for the ig Worship sermon. Ssrvice promptly at 1:30 P. M. Thn .Sunday Church School ini- jroveci in botii attendance and offering last Sunday, sent the ;rnph lines soaring. " Over tlie top this Easter! FIRST CHURCH OF NAZARENF, Eupha I). -Ecas'.cy, Pastor Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Morning worship 11 a. m. N. Y.- P. S. '6:45 p. m. Ev.ening ssrvloc 7:30 p. jn. The pastor will preach 'at the 1 o'clock service, using as her theme "Resurrection's Revelations." Text from Jolin, 20-21. The climaxing note hi the niessage .will be lh.3.'.'Revelation•'• of. a living Christ." • Special music by the choir and. .ciua^et, and a baptismal service for the; babies, wlrt,,feature the morning, serviced. '- '-.i. Jlf : 'At the evening service tHcre '.vyili be an eangclistic msssage on /JTive Last Word." • Come, let us worship | our risen Lord. liealc Massey, formerly ot this <ly, is seriously ill from cancer nt-.thc Veterans hospital. Mom- Ms Mrs. Byron Bartholomew und •hlldren, of MemphUi .are guests •f- Mrs. Bartliolomtvv's parents, Mrs. W. S. Langdon. and family. \V. A. Whistle was taken to he Memphis Methodist- hoEpititl last- night in a Cobb ambulance, Mrs. Whbtlc accompanied him. Jimmie Max Parks will eo to Mountain Home today to spent! v" week with Mr. and lira. Max Adamson. Mr. Adanisdn came over Estcrday and im home -Ernest Haynts -vihdervvent an cp- :ratiou for appendicitis Thursday light ut, the Blythevllle hospiUil. 13r. M. L. Skalier, who was an 'nt'.rne at the . Blythevllle lios- :ilsl joule lirne ago. .."was lier? He will graduate from dny from Columbia Military Institute, Columbia, Tcnn., lo spend the Easter vacation with his mother. Mr. nnd Mrs, M, Fil7.siminons will leave tomorrow :for Dawson Springs, Ky., where they will spend Mis.1 Alia Mae Darlington nnd Louts Lynch ha,vc gone to Searcy. to spend the Easter week-snd. Mrs. O. E. Quellmalz, who has Paul L. Tiplon, Mrs. Russelt Parr, in trio and duet selections. 6:30 P. M.—Baptist Training Union, Alviu Huffman jr., director. 1:30 P. M.—Worship Service. Subject: "Me, Lord?" Tlie day's program will mark tiie close of the Easter revival which has been held during the week under the dirsction of Chester S\vor of Mississippi College. Ti^ay.;nghriIn'rchTo"at"lhe Mr '. Sw0r *!" havc clmrBC of Ulc • ••'• - entire worship services. PH.GKISI LUTHERAN CHURCH Sisth and Walnut SLs. H. J. Kliludicnst, I'aslor The Enstcr message cf ths risen Si-bills and. other local laYcnl ""''-'Christ spslls Happiness, Hope, auc , Those entered in Ihe popularity I Heaven. Hear the message of contest, and their ranking today Ea&t " in Sunday School. D A. M.; are: •• " • . i in Morning Worship. 10 A. M.; tv high Echool auditorium. The circus Is .under the supervision of Jimmlc O'Neill, sr., who, v.'ith Ills son, Jimmie jr., will present several professional acrobatic •cts In ndd|iloii to numbers bv CHRISTIAN SClENCt; CHUltCH 108 \\'. Slain "Reality"' is the subject of th lesson-sermon which will be read LAKE STREET METHODIST. CHURCH ill. N. Johnston, Paslor We begin the day with a Union Easter Service at tho Presbyter- Ian church. Sunday School, 9:45 A. M. Preaching, 10:45 A. M. Subject: "If Christ Be Not Risen." Young People's Meeting, 6:30 P. M. At the evening hour the Lake Street choir will render an Easter Cantata. Ivcrson Morris, directing.' Mrs. O. J. Rodgers, at the piano. This Cantata will be well,, worth yo;ir hEaring. The membership and friends of the church are invited. FIRST METHODIST CHUItOH H. Lynn Wndc, Pastor Phone 673 We Deliver The BestTn Meals and Fancy Groceries Piekard Grocery & Market 104J Ohickasawba he accompanied! Rocl " e y u Banister and Mrs. Bnn-j-'n. Holland: and Mary Virginia' istcr's mother, Mrs. Mnry Little.•, Cone-hart, .Holland.' ; Mrs. Smith will remain for -a The.'contest will close the night 1 few days while her family will of Ihe circus. The winner is to bo rclurn home tomorrow nltcnuxm. .a\vnidcd n diamond rinsr - "i Miss Grace McFarlaml, who at- "• . -. tend?, business school at CaiK Girardcau, Mo., is spending the faster vacation with her parents, i S ; i^Mls school of mtdicii.c M , r - "'"J Mrs - w - "- MyFnrland. She nnd Miss Imogcnc S.nith aud Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Mitchell are in June cirri .was en . roule lo Memphis lo spend Easter Louise Marshal) poses "in the din- ner'dress she has created for Hie hot night? next summer. Said tO'be of oriental,inspiration, it > sljpsvs the bathing suit influence on evening go^vns—brassiere top and all. It \vas displayed at a spring fashion show w New York, aci-.tioH vvlicn he- stopped here, e v\-i>i ba an iit'tenic at the City cspitf.!. S'. Louis, after.July 1. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. I'iceUood uid daughter. Charlcne, and :;cn, Mlison. cf Mcmph-is, spent ycs- erday with ^frs. Flcetwoort's fa- htr, J. P. Allison. Matv Vctfs is the •Msrptine mor3 powerful and, =nfer than that formerly nsod has) bern patciitcd by a Utiiverslly of Virginia scientist. ! ; i I Resurrection, the Pledge of Our Attmission always lOc & 2Sc Sboiveverj- night. Matinees Fri Sat. A Sun., Fri. ft Sun. Mai nccs al 2:15. Saturday Malinc at 1:15... FIKST rr.ESBYTEKIAX CHURCH i h"'"ortanty." A large class is to S. H. Salmon, 1'oslor Our church Is privileged to be licst to the Union Easier Sunrise strvices at G A. M., again this year, and our membership is urg- •-d to be' present in large numbers/both for the good to be derived and for the cordial re- Last Time Today in Memphis today. Miss Laura Hah. \vlio attends Mississippi Slate College for Women is Ihc guest of her parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Easter. E. L., for latcrnalioiial trade b:gan prior , to 3000 B. C., -according to evirt"en:= week-end- guest or Miss- Susan' found in the ruins oi Ihc Baby- ot near Cooler, Mo. The, Ionian city of Klsh. Easier Flowers - - - LILIES in-pots and cut lilies, roses, .carnations, snapdragons, sweet peas, and other Enster flowers. MADE ii]i boxes cf assorted plants, jelUnv call-v lilies, asaleas, hydrangeas, and pot roses. .CORSAGES of tsardenlns and •valley lilies, roses and sweet peas. .Confederate jasninine, frscslas, • forget-me-nb!s and other beauti^ Tul.. ilovvcrs for gift, boxes and baskets. -' .'. Order Earl} — t lowers. Telegraphed Anywhere — 1'hoiic 135 'IIEATON'S BOftlE OF FLOWERS The Parade Ends al Ihc N'oblc for EASTER DINNER TOMOKUOW 11:30 A. Jl. 'I'o 2:30 !>. .M. - 5::lO To <) I>. i\l. Faster paraders ,vvi!l canjicgatc here for an dab- crate dinner. We've prepared p. special menu tor the. occasion. Join the crowd. Sc Noble An Easier Treat Those who appreciate wonderful focd will find cur Sunday menu n real treat. 50c Choice of Cifarn cf Corn Soup Tomato Juice Cocktail Half Grapefruit Choice of Chicken Hungarian, steamed rice Spiced Bar.ed Ham, raisin sauce Fillet Million, on toast Brr.idcd Veal Cutlet, tomato sauce Ucast Sirloin of Beef, brown gravy Hawaiian. Salad Easter Eggs Scalloped Potatoes Buttered Carrots and Peas Cauliflower In Cream Hot Parker House Rolls Bran Muffins Viuiilla Ice Cream Cake Prune Whip with Cake Strawberry Jello with Whipped Cream Fresh Apple Pie with Cheese Coffee Tea • Milk BLACK CAT COFFEE SHOP AT THE GOFF HOTEL , Also Cartoon and: Serial— "Fighiing Marines!' Sunday - Monday "Smartest Girl in Town" With Gone Raymond and. Ann Solhcrn Also Fox Movieloiie News and Comedy -SUNDAY ONLY—-' On Ihe Slajc In Person JEWEL COWBOYS • •' Easter m Sunday Dinner Menu Cream of Tomato Soup, or Oyster Cockiail Roast Lamb vyitii apple sauce Baked Chicken Dressing, . ^gibiet .gravy Roast' Loin Of Beef. brottTi sauce. •! Country. Fried .Chicken, ... cream gravy .. , . Orange' Basket ' Salad . : .Caked Potatoes Buttered .Asparagus Fresh Lima ,Bpans, : . Peach Ice Box Pie Pn 1 u Everything For Your Entertainment and Comfort Saturday Only Also Cartoon and Serial— ."Jungle Jim" —t'onlinuous Shoivihs— ': —Admission— ' •Until'5 P. 3I.--10 i- Z6c After 5 F. M.--IC & 31c Sunday - Monday -£„-#>. _ . POWEB-YOUNG-AHKHE'.' SUM SUMMEDVlUE • DUDLEY DIODES WAUEH C*!IEM • CEOSGE S4MOEBS IAME DAHWEll * SIIPIN FE1CHIT Also Paramount News antt Comt —Continuous Showing sun,iay —r Admission— .' -: Sunday—All Day—16 & 36o ! Monday Matinee—10 & 26c y Night—IS & .IGc TUESDAY, MARCH 30— S25.00 BANK NIGHT! 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