The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 31, 1937 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 31, 1937
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE'CARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH funeral of Mr. Adams' father, Ezra and Mrs. Charles-Oulhrle of-Pop- Osceola \ Society — Personal Has Class Party. . Harold Siler, assisted by his mother, was host to members ol his'Sunday School class Monday night for Ihelr quarterly social and business meeting. A't a recent meeting the name, "Comrades," was adopted as the class name and the following officers elected: president, Edgar Davenport; secretary, Jim Buun; treasurer, Harold Slier. Class pins have been ordeied and t'ic class song was voted, "It Jesus Goes With Me, I U Go " jtfrs J S McCants Is the teacher Thos" present were Harry Pate. '•pleas Huckaby, Junior Best, rrcrt Heiilris, Max. Slswarl, Lan Williams, Harold SUcr, Olllic and Edgar Davenport, Paul, Blackwooii Jim Bunn. i' Chrlslian Circles Meet logelhci The senior and junior circles o the : Christian Workers held a joint meeting at the home of Mis Harry Dri\ei >eslerd.»y aflcrnooi for their; progam on African mission work of their church The Rev Louis Saunders. pastor, was a guest and took part In the clls- cii'Jiions Mis Joe Watson was enrolled as a ne\\ membci Mis Deer Teaches Class Twenty, members of the Baptist W M U met in the home of Mrs C E Butlei sestcrday afternoon in Uie fnst chis session of a ;ueks mission study cla;« The text, "Missionary Lessons from the Bible," \vrltten by Mis A L ^uhck of Oklahoma, is being taught by Mis George II Deer Classes meet at two-thirty each Adams, who died In his, home 111 Marked Tree Sunday night after a ten days Illness of pneumonia. J, W. Poltcr,. presiding elder of the Jonesboro district, held scr- Sl, Jolin'.s Mfcthoo>t church, five miles soulh of Man- lln, Sunday looming." His sub Jcct 1 was "I Believe . In "a Fulurc Life. Do You?" "Awake for Golden Glories Break" was sung by Mr. and Mrs. Barney Threlkelcl, Kottrt Kililai), Leon Baker, Mrs. Myrtle Brown, and Miss Martha vI.atheAvs. The presiding elder held lie quarterly conference, hearing reports from Ihe churches at Mania and El. John's. Edwin Hudson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. S Hudson of Manila, has! .been aliening (school ;pringfl.el<l, Mo,, is spending Ihe holidays with ills parents. Mr,' and Mrs. Louis Townscnd and"'.'£on. Woody Mac, of Jones- bflrb silent tlie lusl few days with Mrs. Townsend's parents, Mr. am Mik H. M. Fleemnn. Miss Vera Brand lias returnee hcie alter attending the funcra of her father. Tom Lincoln who was burled in Pariigmild Sunday Mr. Lincoln died Thursday nigh In Ihe Blytheville hespital fron lar Bluff. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Barger arc the parents of a 3-pound Uobinson-ot Slecle, ar« with her,' as are several relatives'from other parl« o f "^ county. , Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Spence and born at their home Saturday j Mrs. H. B. Spence spent Monday night. The baby lias been glvqn Iho name of Troy Marlon. Mrs. Barger Is the former Miss Elsie Denton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank, Ciuthrle and children left Itliis morning for their home In Marlland, Pti., after a visit here. They were ac- omnanled home by Mvs. Elbcrt' Vallace and two children who 'ill be their BUcsts for two nonths. Mrs. Win. Turner, who- hns con. seriously 111 In the Method- si hospital al Memphis for sev- rul weeks, underwent several op- rations yesterday afternoon. Her Injuries received two weeks In an auto street here. nccidcnt Steele-Cooter Society — Personal onditlon very serious. Her msbaiul and her sislcv, Mi's. a. L. in Memphis, Mr.'and Mrs. Edgar Fowler'arc leaving this morning on a, two weeks (rip, They will go to Louisville, Ky,, Ihc'n visit Mr.'Fowler's sons in Illinois and return through Tennessee, where they will visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs, Dan Hall-spcji Monday In. Memphis. "•"lei Mullins spent Easte at-LUbcum-wilti-hcr parents. in., a.jj Mrs. J. O, Cochran o PAducah. Ky,, are guest of the lat ter's mother, Mrs. Fannie Kelloy and olhet; relatives. T/)0 b. Y. P. U. or Uie Baptis church is having a study cours Ihis week, meeting'cn'clr evcnlii or a. two-hour service. Rev. J, W. Cunningham Ls teacher for, the. du)ls, Mrs. K,alhc)lne Mlchle, the enlors, Roy Glover, intermediates, nd Mrs, L. W. Zahiier, the Jun- ors. Mrs, Joe Russell, who has been Ick for a month, was relumed to he Memphis Methodist' hospital oday for an operation, Mr. Russell went lo Memphis with her but Will return tonight.' Her mother, Mrs. Ed Cricc, will remain at the hospital wllh her. Miss Lorsne pounds, has gone lo Haytl to make her home with Mr, and Mrs. C. T. Lewis. Mrs. Djan of Cooler left Sunday to spend two months as guest of her son, Alfred Taylor, of Mem- pills. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor spsnt the day In cooler and Mrs. Deal accompanied them home. • : Kermclh Cgok, who has, been vis- g his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Cook, 'left yeslerday for iis -homo in Joiner, Ark. Ralph Rushing and Miss Bellie Clemens spent last weekend In Knoxvilic, Tenn:, as guests of the latter's parents! Mrs, s, L. Robinson left Sunday to spend a week in Memphis at the bedsin'J of her 6lst«r, Mrs. R. W. Turner, who Is a patient. In the Memphis Methodist hospital. Llgc Badger left the first of this week to accept a position in Indiana. Mrs. Badger and children will not go there, until school is out. Miss Frankie Sue Ham of St. Louis spent last weekend here as guest of her sister, Mrs. Eric Tay>or. Glenn Jonss and Amon Ashcraft of Cooler will enter the CCC camp al Haytl ijext \yec.k. Ms!, and, Mrs. Bud Stowe and children, who moved lo Indiana several wesks ago from a farm near Cooler, have moved back here. Mrs. Landon Hamilton has returned from Memphis, where she has been at the bedside of her sister, Mrs. R. w. Turner. Mrs. j. w. Reno ol St/eele and Mrs. J. R. Hutchinson and son Jack of Caruhcrsvlllc returned to thenir homes over the weekend after spending Hie winter In it Myeis, Fla. An Easter pageant was ijivcn at the Methodist, church Sunday evening. Mrs. Mervin Welis, Mrs. C. C. Adains, Mrs. Robert Lawrence and Mrs. A. D. Abernathy were leaders. Read Courier News Want Ads D. P. L. 11 FIRST YEAR SEED D. P. L.-11 SEED COKN — CCW PEAS — SOY HEANS FOR BEST PRICES' SEE afternoon unlay. this week except Sat- Fred R Hint jr of Ha Tcnn, nrihed. last week to take up his duties ns manager of the Mrs. Ruth Lawhon was hostess ;o a dinner.parly at her home on Walnut Ave. Sunday in honor of her house guests, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Gulhrlc and children of Marlland. Pa. The quests were Elbert Lawhon and Frank Harper of this city, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. dulhric and daughter. Miss Eunice, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robert Osceola Implement Company, suc- cvcding R M Stovall, The compain, owned by D S Limey and r A White, is the local agency for John Deeie faun nnchineiy Mi Hint, an cxpei- iciiced implement man is a nephew of L L McDeannan, cash- in of Die Mississippi County Bank. He attended Union University,: Jackson, Tenn., and was graduated \\ith honois from the Uimqrsity oC Tennessee at KJiov villc, afteiwards liavcling m Spain Fiance and llalj He Is liMiig at the home of Mis J H. Hook; J.; E.-^THrallkill was a . business \iiitbr to Mississippi yesleidav Mr nnd Mrs B H Stephen. were : : in Sikeston,- Mo., on business \estyday, ; Mrs John A Adams of Little Rock- is the. houseguest of Mis. John White this week Mrs. White will retuin to Little Rock with her on Thursday foi a visit with hei daughlei, Mis Geoigc Adaiiis and -Mr. : Adains, Mr. and Mrs: L. L. MeDearinan had;, as Iheir* guests Sunday, licr sister, Mrs. Clara Robertson- of Memphis; her brother, D. C. Warren,-; and David Harrell Hurt Hulls, Tenn. MallQi^ Harwell medical stu dent at Tulane Universils. who came home for Ihe Easter holidays'-, has been confined' to his room, with the mumps. He expects to return .His.last of Ihe week. | Mrs K J Kearnej and daugh- tei, Miss Mildred Cagle, .iccom- | panied her son. Malcolm . Cagle to Memphis yesterday on his return to Mississippi Heights Acad, cmy? at Blue Mountain. Sergeant; Orville M. Hill of Fort Sill, Okla, was the guest of Mis' Mary Alice Stevens for the week end. Mrs Natalie King Is visiting relatives in Altheimer Ark , this \icek. Mrs W E Dunlap and baby daughter. Sarah Lynn, of Memphis visited 'her mother, Mrs. Jessie Drake, jesterdaj .Mr: and Mrs. Ernest Gentry and children of Spartanburg s C are guests of Mr. and Mrs.-Lease Williams. They, expect to return home Saturday. Charles p. Dean is a patient a'. SI Josephs hospital in Memphis. Stotls nnd daughter Gyndalyn and Major Griffin of Lake City, Alk, ,VIrs. Elbcrt Wallace and ,l\vo hllden-of Moncltc, Ark. and Mr, Gwwie*ti*J SERVHOT ELECTRIC ROASflR Escape from the tortures of I'ilcs. Get quick relief with private formula of world's oldest •rectal clinic, with 59 years* record of successfully treating more than 47,000 men and women. Ask for Thornton-& Minor Pile Ointment to relieve bleeding* swelling Piles. Sold on Money- Back guarantee of satisfaction bx '•", 'Kirby' Drug Co. ' . '. " Main Cut Rate :; Hi-Way Cut-Rate /if Manila Society — Personal A... A. Sago and dauehtcr. Sally, of Pocahontas, who have been \!(>ituig Mr and Mrs C. ,W. Tipton and family for a lew days returned to Uleir home Monday •morning. C. W. Tipton accom- 'pariied them but he returnee the:same day. .Cecil Reynolds is confined t< his home becau.w of illness. A -sunrise 'service" v-as conducted in -• the Melhodisl- church by the pastor the Rev J M Harri- sqri,;; Sunday : . morning. The opening pra>cr vrzs by Robert Kllllan. Mr and Mrs Ira Adams of Equahtv, III, are litre for the With Every Kroeh!er Suite Purchased Kow! Newest 20th Century Modern Design In best griulu-crushed Mohiiir,'which will ijive service for many years: Prepares - a complete meal v Tor' as • low as 2c. Roiisls, browns, bakes, stews, .fries- and • does waterless cooking. Has 'capacity to prepare enough food for-from-four'to twenty-persons. Odorless, f umeless,- flameless . and • easy to clean. | Preheats witli. greater .speed than other roasters,'making it-practical to start front a cold oven. ' Factory Sale. Price ' QUALITY AT PRICES LOWER THAN AVERAGE Have You Visited Our New Modern Service Station? 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