The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1937 · Page 2
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BLYTIIIDVILLE" (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL M, Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Junior-Senior P, T A meeting nt 3 P M,, fallowing cxeculUo bonrti-mecting at 2.30 P M ClSrch of Chilsl Bible study meeting with M* - B L Cook> 3 30 P M H.'A.'s meeting churr|h. 330 P M Baptist Dclphinns meeting at Hotel Nolle 9 30 n n) Mrs Harry Kirby luving Wednesday Bridge club Jewish 'Aid meeting at Temple Israel, 8 pm '. THURSDAY'S EVENTS MId-Weck Bridge, club meeting viith Mrs J Louis Cherry Mrs r, B Joyijer haying Thurs- Eniinn Dick Moore. Mrs. W. M. Blaylock and Mrs. Leslie Moore offered prayers before the Bible c'sson was taught by Mrs. Hcedcr. Mrs. Tlicodorc Logan presided in he business session after which «» tee course was served. Mrs. Lloyd SHckmon entertained Ircle 3. Mrs. U. W. ; Miillinsand Mrs. W, A. Grlminctt gavp tlic dcvolfonnl. Slic selected Proverbs . for her Bible leading. Mrs. Stlckmon reading. Mrs. Stlckmon served a dessert ' course In the scclnl hour which followed the business session, over which she jrcslded. , Circle 4 met lit the home of Ncy Hunt when 1 nine altend- day Contract club Children of Confederacy host- roe? 2 30 o'clock, v,hcn U. D C meets'witli Mrs Jflmes B Chuk e ( iisee ! AfBiorel P -T A p.m? "meeting 2:30 Bingo party at Social hall of Chuj-ih of tlie Immaculate Conception,-8 p m MM J A Leech hf/lng TllUrs- daynjimchcon club. - FRIDAY'S EVENTS MJipic department of Women s cluh~mce\tng a I club lipusCj 3 ji in G»(aen Rum' Sunday School class"- First Christian church, mceUng with Mrs. Russell Phillips, 7 30-P. M Armorcl P.-T. A. Ha\f,Gucsl ed. The devotional, taken fro In soci h? Ar iafJon, Armorcl Parent Teacher as-* _)n, fthicli nil! meet Thms^ day "afternoon at 230 o'clock will ha\o" Miss Winnie Virgil turner, couitt\ examiner and supenlsor of city elementary schools as Icadei' „. . . of Che Parent Study group. She I day-Ill honor of his birthday. wlU-.dlscuss "Art In the Community . The guests- Included members of 3or. 1, was given by Mrs. R. O. Cash before Mrs. .John Buchanan I .the Bible lesson. Mrs. . Will Rogers; nnd Mrs. Cash':'offered prayers. Mrs. Rogers conducted the biislne.is session before the hosters ( served refreshments. >' .Mrs. K. D. Marr led the devotional period • In the meeting of circle 5, at the church, when ten \vere present.' Mrs. Matt MOnaghaii gave the thlsslon stu^y tilid prny- ;rs were offered by Mrs, V J,] II. 3:i'!"t Jr., Slid Mrs. K.. D. Msrr. Mrs, Man- conducted the :busiriess Bingo I'arty L'laniu'ri. Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise and Mrs. Leo Bombolaskl will be hostesses to the bhigq parly, .to be. given at .tlic social (Sail of the church of the Immaculate 1 Conception, Thursday night, 8 o'clock. . • . ; ilas Surprise I'arty. Mrs. E. M. Mandigo surprised Mr. Mnndlgo with • a dinner Siin- Bits of News Mostly Personal and'-FninUj Lllo ' Mrs Llojd 'Stlckmon anotlici guest speaker. \\(ll take ui> the theiift, "The .Community's Attitude Towjffd Crime, U\\\ find Dclm- qucifcj M% J. C. Ellis will conclude her Cscrles -of; talks from the stats convention on crime The first and "second grade pupils Of Miss Marguerite Matthev,sl room Mill glie a V>'a>lct, ' Courlcsjf Landi" Mrs Rhcs Allen will play a \loltn solo, 'The Swan,' St Saens, with Miss Kathrjn Giear at the piano Officers for the ensuing jetir will be eriosen al the business session, which will follow the program •Tlfe. subjects to .be discussed hivVQ becni especially prepared by sp n ak-> ers »ho are Interested in •school wrote ,as teachers and supervisors and;because '6f'this program being of interest, tOcfivcryone, nn.luviUi- tlon^fias been dxlended the public to attend. ; * • • LakeiSlrcel Church Women Hear Program. Mrs/ W. L,.- Green, Mrs. A. D Hudsoniand Mrs. Tommy shclton were 1 ' hostesses : to'.- other members of 'the Lake Street Methodist church .Woman's Missionary society in thp Meekly meeting Monda) .afternoon, at the "'Green home. Miss Angle Hood-, was leader of the program Mrs C T Shamhn read^from Luke 11} for the devotional scripture and Mrs A S Dean; offered prayer. The lesson was ; ori "Home Missions' 1 with-Mrs. George ShaniHn. talking on "Evan Mrsr, Lafayette May on "Evangcl- Km\ThroiJgh Visiting' Mrs I\er son ^MOrns sang a solo Mrs George Djsinger presided in ,the business session during whiiji'MrS. A. L. Reagan read the •news? bulletin; and the "Buddy" names were exchanged. During the social hour the hostesses S"nefl a salad phte \X» grape juice fo the 2S present !; « « * Club v }ias rarljr , , Colorful spring . flowers and a cold 1 /: plate *lunch made thc'Twesr day'Bridge club parly-this week a springtime one when Mrs. Elton W. Kirby was hostess. She decorated; her table with a bouquet of snapdragons, calendulas; lupins and lavender slocks, used flower place cards and served n" typical spring menu: InHhe bridge gaines which followed-. Mrs. Walker H. Baker, tht .onlyjiguest, won'first; and Mrs! Harry Kirby, second high — guc the .family, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Aycock, daughter and son-in-law, their grandsons, Doyle Bennett, Jhninib Hoe'.mid D. is. .West, Miss Lela fihca Evans and Miss Jayne Sevler. . . Alter dinner, nerved'with a birthday cake as'the central decoration, ill of the parly went to the nil?. :hcnter for}.the show, "Seventh Heaven."'; Heads Mission Society LEPANTO, Ark.—Mi-s. "Dan Portis was: elected- president .of the Young Women's Missionary soc- ety of the Methodist church oi Lcpalito lit a meeting this week ind Miss "Agalha^Whtlc was nain- d ^sccrettvry-treasurci'. ...:'> . Tljerc arMimirelimn 45.000 post ificcs iii'ii^G''u"" n/ ' ^f n i^ c Mr. and Mrs. liverctt Rc^rs, of Paragould, were week end eucsk of Mrs, J. T. Peterson nnd family during the weekend. Harold Terry, formerly of here rind noiv ol Ashcvillc, N. C.. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Haley yesterday, enroule home from a trip to California nnd other points of the west. Miss Carolyn Haley, who teachers school at Manila, was also guest of licr parents yesterday. Mrs. Balllc Hublcr has returned j from Memphis, where she visited relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Holland arrived last night from a month's stay In Fort Myers and Miami, Fla, The condition of Mrs. Edgar Bo- r.inn, who has been quite ill since Friday, Is about the saine today. Mrs. Byron Morse Is In Helena for a week ns the ijriest of her tinier, Mrs. W. B. Tanner, nnd family. Mr. Morse and son, Bill, motored her over. Mrs. Eugene Still, of- Plymouth. N. C., has arrived for ft visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Stevens. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs, accompanied by Mrs. Ad Bertig of Pnrngpuld. Is In Memphis today. Ur. an<l Mrs. Hunter 0. Slmr ave relumed, from lirlnklcy, Avk. -here they were guests of Mr. and Irs. 'Allen Huddleslon, who /for- icrly lived here. Mrs. Jesse Ssamnn, who went If El Dorado for a convention of Ihf '/Oman's Missionary Union of ]5ap- 1st 1 churches in Arkansas, remain-. :1 there for u longer stay with rcla- Wes. .Mrs. J. Nick Thomas went tc Memphis yesterday for a brief stay accompanying Miss Ethel Braur if Hint city, who motored over. . E. J. lleaton Is attending to business In Tyronza today. " • Milton Grnhnni has rccovcre-:' rom n lonsllcclomy performer Sunday. • ' Mrs. J. W. Solomon Is ill nt her home 01.'. Division street. '• i. • Mrs. J. T. Hall and son, Jimmle hnvc ret turned from several days visit In Hcrnnndo, Miss. Mrs. odls Rousch and baby hiu-e been dismissed from the Blythevlll: hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crigger are ftlleuding to business in Memphis Miss., after a visit with .Mr. and Mrs. C, ti. Wyllo and Mr, and Mrs. Hiram Wyllc. Mrs. B. D. 'Richardson, of Port Smith, and Mrs. c. J. Franklin, of Van Burcn, have returned to their homes after having been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Worth ington, coming over especially for ilhc I'. E, o. convention. Mrs. j. j. Moore Is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. 1 Mrs. B. F. Blomeycr, Mrs. S. S. Sternberg and Mrs. G. E. Crlggcr attended (he meeting of the Forrest City District Federation of-Women's clubs at Marlon yesterday. Mrs. Gilbert Slacy, formerly of here and now of Little Hock, Is the guest of Mr, and Mrs. U L. ward today, she is enroutc to Caps GI» rardcnu to be with her mother, who recently broke her leg In a fall. • Mrs. John F. Lentl , and Mrs. G. H. Orear are In Memphis to- Special Exh Early American Reproductions o BEDROOM <lny. Mrs. Lillle Sisk, who has- been In Solid Walnut and Mahogany QUALITY BEDROOM SUITES MODERATELY PRICED quite ill, is now better. States. 'iOO -IiiWB' TO CLASSIFY' ,FOIl SALE CLASSIFY} FOR SALE— ;. Fine Jersey cow, young heifer calf A. O. Ltllle, Phone 505. 14-k-D HKA1, ESTATE TOR SALB-iS room house, 1025 W Mnln.,'5500 cash.' Terms HI-IDng ;d. Aaron Hoscntlihl, Kcnnctt, MI . 14c k2 today. Mrs, H. willjamson . ' , j . ..^ by \yerc removed 'from the Yilylhe-, vllle'h'ospltalilo their homciril Ty? kr, Mp., today. Mrs. i Frank M. Mitchsner ha? returned to her home in Simmer. W'l N I) E M.E K E •'"•-Cninp for Girls In (he Foothills of (he O^rks Reasonable Rules. Solocltors Wanted. For Catalog Write Miss Mary - Simpson, G04 W. 3rd., Little Rock. Ark. Announcing The Opening of BtiMs Beauty Shop l-ocnU'd at K)') Mortli Scc'ontl Street — Justo a few steps from Miiin Street. Complete bl'auly sei-- • vice hy sliillcrl oiieru- tnrs — Miss liillie Hurst and iMrs. lone Oaks Gore Rillie Hurst, Prop. I'hnhe 215 REPORT OF CONDITION OE FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. it Dlythcville, in the State of Arkansas, a member of the Federal u _, 6 . „ , „„ ^,».. Rcwrvc System, al the close of business on March 31. 1937. gelisjn m Home Mission Work' and D iibllsliod in accordance with a call made by the Federal Reserve Mrs -Murray smart, entertained the -Yo'ung Matrons' BrHqe „ club Tuesday afternoon wl en Mrs ' vf C Hioglnson won the prize, a pair of flow fir priiils ' > She used bndal \\re-illi and for sythia to decorate her living room and,.the tables used for serving a stuflEd. tomato course after th games. * « * Baptist Circles Meet Circles of the-.Woman's Mission ary Union of the First Baptis church had their mcelingo Mon day afternoon In, the first group Mrs J \\ Meyers was hostess to the 1 present. Mrs M C Outlay, icac from Matthew 1i> lor the devo tlonal And Mrs, Tom W Jack'O and^Mrs H H Biooks gair pray- .crs Mrs Waller Bishop led the Bible study before the. business Fcssion, presided over by Mrs Joe S DUIahulity. Refreshments were served during the social houi Circle 2 had a handkerchief shower lor Mrs Pannle McCIurkin, mothc> of iMrs R It Rceder, because it v,as her birthday The 24 present, ftho met at the home ol Mrs 1 Reflder, included-four visitors, Mrs McCIurkin, Mrs II £ Haley, Mrs. R. B. Caudle arid Miss 3ank of this district on a date fixed by the Board of Governors ol "he Federal Kcsccvc System pursuant to the provisions of the Fcdcra Reserve Act. 'ublishcd In accordance with calls made by the Slate Bank Com- nisstoner of Arkansas and Ihe Federal Reserve Bank of this district ASSETS oans nnd discounts S 330,074.12 Jnltcd Stales Government obligations, direct and/or fully guaranteed 152.500.W ;Uier bonds, stocks, Mid securities 60,904.1' 3anklng house,.$120.000.00; .Furniture and fixtures. S2.-ICO.CO 122,«0.0' }cal estate 'owned other than banking house 10 Reserve wltlr Federal .Reserve Bank 100,927.2' 7nsli, balances with oilier-banks, and cash ilcnvs in process of collection 1,482.422.3 thcr assets: .Insurance Dcpt. ...'. 20.000.0( '. $2.307,B«G.8! I/IAUIIJTIBS emand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations - !$l.556,822.2- line deiioslts of individuals, partnerships, and con»rations 210,617.1 tate, county, and municipal dcposlte aSS.BJB.S' Oc-nosits of other banks, certified and oKfccrs' checks CHUslanriing, etc. :. ..,....: Tr,,y2SX ecurcd by the pledge: of loans and/or invcslmchts. -. -; :.,--. S '10,000.00 Vot secured by the plcd.sc of loans and/or mvcslnienUs '•. .'I J....'.'.-;...': ,. .: 2.p37.2GG.'IO ( I B I / Everything For Your. Entcrlaln- menl nnd Comfort Weds. - Thurs. 'Waikiki Wedding 1 With Cnisliy, Hob Hums, Martha Ila.vc, Shirley Ross, Gcorjrc liiivbicr, I.icf Erick- ion nnd Gnul.v Sutton Also Paramount News, Pictorial' and Comedy —Admission— i Malincc—10 ft 26c Night—1C ,t 3Cc ; .TUESDAY, AI'IMI, 20— $100.00 HANK NIGHT! (Less State Tav) "arlinc Damon was tailed for (He $75.00 last nishl—llul she was not rcsrnl—Making Dank Deposit ncxl .'uf.siliy night StnO.OO; Total Deposit* $i,C71.2GG.-10 Common'-);l6rk- '6.000 -Chares, ixvr 525.00 per share $ 150.000.00 surplus ...:.......: '-.: 'lo.ooo.on Undivldtd pronts—net ..'..: 40.fiCO.40 Total Capital Account S 2:!0,600.4C Total, Including Capital Account S2.307.8lW.SS 'MEMORANDUM:'LOANS AND lNVr,STMK.N'IS 'I'LEUGED-TO SECURE LIABILITIES United States Government obligations, direct and/or liilly guaranteed -. S 40.000.00 Total Pledged, excluding rediscounts | 40,000.00 Pledged: .•' • . , , : .' - • Against State/county, and municipal deposits $ -IC.COO.OO Total Pledged S 40.000.00 I, F. E. Warren, Cashier, of the above-named hunk, <in solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the Ix-sl ol my knowledge OXT Aclnilvsfnn—Always IP & 2<ic \ Miilinecs Friday. Saturday. Sunilnj ^'oiv every night. Friday anti '«iiil;iy Malinrcs slart al 2:15. Saturday Matinee at 1:15. - Thurs. of 1 R-^produotions ^at Prices You Can Afford! ., From historic \7iliiamsburg, the cradle of the nation, came the original heirloom bed from which this autlien'ticj and 'genuine- colonial suite was repro'duce'd . GrmsteneHHthe MARY MARSHALL, after the colonial belle,, it .Has "the mellow charm of antiquity. In your hom'e/ its .'authenticity and good taste will go unchal- lengecl.'jiThe years to come, will find the simple loveli- ness'of its'VJesign and its fine, .quality construction un- 'dirnnied by use. You can select your own grouping from its wide' variety, or find just the fill-in piece you've btaen) wanting — at almost your own price. It is made m^either'Soli'd Philippine Mahogany, with' a soft, 'dull colonial" red 'finish, or'Solid HaTd^'taple, with a true Early. American mellow tone. Be sure to see the Mary MatsJ&H suite ..before you buy. You'll find it well budget, and unequalled in value and taste. FOUR PIECE SUITE Now On Display I In Our Window i F. E. WARREN. Csishlcr. and belief. Correct^- Attest: I. R. Johnson, B. A. Lynch, .Cecil Shane, "• Directors. STATE?. OF ARKANSAS, COUNTY OP MISSISSIPPI—H: - : Sworn to and subscribed before me this 14th day of April 1937 (SEAL) E. H. BRYAN. Notary public. My Commission expires March 25, 1C39. CHA HOME FURNISHINGS MODERATELY PRICED

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