The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1937 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, April 23, 1937
Page 5
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-.APRIL 23, 193? Osceola Society — Personal Osrccla Mclliodlsls To 1'nsli Crusaiic. Cooperating with some 6,000 pnslors throughout the'length and breadth of Southern Methodism, tlic Hev. R. C. Morehead, pastor of the local church, lias announced a special service "for tonight from 7:15 to 8:15 at the- church at which will be told the story of the Uishop's Crusade, its beginning In 1936, progress thus far, and objectives for Us consumption In May, 1938, marking the ; 200lli anniversary of the conversion of John Wesley, founder of the Methodist church. Toniylit's nii'etlnj,. comirjraior- n(cs llic sailing of: Methodism's first foreign missionaries. Short radio addresses: will be heard tonight in (he service, special music has been arranged and aefresliments will' be served. : The full membership is urged to be present. . . ; : *. • * ••.:''.• Mrs. J. T. Fowler, worthy' matron of the Osceola' chapter, .O.-B. S., Mrs. R. li. Maxwell, Mrs. B. n. Moore, and Miss Lillian Alfort! and Miss Katie Richards of Blythcville attended a, meeting of the Park Avenue chapter in Memphis Wednesday night. The occasion was Ihe seventeenth anniversary of the Memphis cliau- tei 1 . 1 Mrs. J. 13. Mitchell Is in Memphis today to meet her sister,' Miss B. B. Mackay of Clarks- (lale, Miss.', who. will return with her for a short visit. Mrs. Charics Driver and Mrs. Herbert ehl.Dpen of Little'' Rock veto visiting relatives here Wednesday and Thursday. Br. c. R. Jackson of Marked Tree visited friends' in Osceola |>'e.')'.erday. Mrs. A L. Boyco. Mrs. John A. EdriiiBton, Mrs. J. E. Counts, Miss Dorrls and Jean Counts will spend tomorrow lii Memphis. Liixora Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Smith went to Paragoiild Monday to attend the funeral of William Claude Bracl- sher. Mrs. H. W. Spann was In West Memphis Tuesday on business. > Dr. Potter, presiding elder of tha 'Jonesboro. district, and Mrs. Potter ' were guests of' the Rev. and Mrs. James Handle Sunday. Dr. potter filled the pulpit. Mr. and Mrs. Charlos^Mebaniav and .children, of Mafle, : :~were gu«sts" of friends and relatives -Sunday: Herbert Schwartz of Jonesburo was the guest o[ Mr. and Mrs. B. r. Ballew Sunday. J. S. Martin, who has been manager of the Arkansas-Missouri Power Co. interests In Luxora for eight years, has moved with his family to Caruthersvllle, Mo. Mrs. H. W. Spann, Miss Florence Hush, Mr. and Mrs T B O'Keefe, Mrs. E. R. Bogan and 'Mrs. .Sue Brown were among th» Memphis visitors Thursday. Mrs. Edwin Crabtrce, Avon Park, Fla., left Wednesday for her home alter a 10-day visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor 3e- graves. she was accompanied home by her brother, Edward Sc»raves * * * Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowcn entertained the Luxora-Osccola-Blytheville Bridge club Tuesday nl-ht m their home. Besides members of the club they had as gu:sts Mr and Mrs. William Elias, Mr and Mrs. R. w. Nichols, and Mrs R C. Langslon. A. salad plate was served, after which, high score guest prizes were presenter to Mr. and Mrs. R w Nichols. High score club prizes were BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.); COURIER NEWS • HORIZONTAL 1,8 Pictured / • ) aviatrlx. '. 11 Afresh., 12 More I- fastidious. 14 Oceanic fish. 16 Sound, 17 Male bee. 18 To do again. IB'Boy.- 20 Pastry. 21 Stir., 23Lair. I. Answer to Previous Puiil* OR -ID JAMESEMEI ANGELLBUA B __ BHfflHCBSHSBB @fl 25 Failure to • I keep. < 27 Essential ! character. 30 Jewel. 33 Cravats. •34 Credit. 36 Balsam. 37 Fish. 38 Supped. 39 Snaky fish, 40 Tree., •. 42 Wren. .43 Meadow. 4'5'Chinesc. ! t money., 48 Her most am-" bilious plan, a • 2 To repair. \ — — cndr-' 3 Femole sheep. •• . 57 Olive shrub e 69 Fabaceous tree. 60Her maiden name. 61 She is the •--^—female •* ! flyer. ' VERTICAL „ '. 1 Small wJld ox I punishment. 7 Nettle rash. 8 Neither, fllmitated. 10 Manufactured II She made a „ solo — 15 She made a - , hop from 20 Established } * value.'' . j/ 22 Bone. *«{ 24 Public auto. : 26 Drunkard. ,' 28 Officer's \ assistant: 29 Set up a golf ball, 31 Piece oJ . .poetry. \ 32 On the Ice. 35 Scarlet. 38 Form oJ "be." 41 Arab nnme I lor "Supreme Being." 42 Bordered •: 44 Seaweed. ' 45 Pedal difiil. 46 Wing; 47 Ever. 49 Kindled. 50 Alleged force. 51 Wood apple.. 52 Before. 'MKimcno sash, 55 Age. 56 Limb. regular monthly Hoyal Service study. Mrs. s.^J. Smith led the devo- Itlonfl. "The French in Review'' was discussed by the leader as'a prelude to lliese discussions: "Chris- Munlty In Prance," Mrs. J. I. Mit- flln, and "French Americans," Mrs, W. L; Clark sr. . Ttie Ltixora Recreation Council met at the homo of Mrs. R. C. Lnnpton, president. Mrs. Frank Demon was named secretary. Plans for the summer's activities were inado. . Manila Society "—Personal awarded to Mr. and Mrs. W L Waiters. Mrs. W. I,. Clark jr.' was leader of a program on "The French" at the meeting of the Woman's Mis-, sionary Union at the Baptist church- Tuesday afternoon. This wns the , The Saveon Gasoline Company Tank Car Station j at Holland, Mo. announces A policy of only one grade of highest quality pelrol- eum products direct front refinery to you. High Test No-Nox Gasoline 100% Pure Pennsylvania' Motor OH in Scaled Cans Gallon Tax Paid Quart THX Paid Every gallon sold wilh a Money-Back Guarantee of Satisfaction. . One High Quality - - One Low Price 100% Pariffin Base Motor Oil Sealed Caitf 15c Qt. Tax Paid Mrs. Niniv Uycss Carroll, recreational director ot Luxora and Mrs. Denton. .also of'', Luxora, vlsllcd Miss Martha Matthews In Miuillu Wednesday. . \Jess Wiggins, county W. P. -A^ supervisor, was In .. Manll? on business Wednesday.- ' Mrs, Kendall , Berry of. Blyihb- vllte visited friends here Wednesday. - '. Those from here who attended the County Epworth Lcaguo Social in Osceola Tuesday night \ycre Rev. and Mrs. Jolnv Ilarrlsor. and (inughtc'r, Lena Francis, Misses June and Hollio 13cd\vcll, Mildred Ann Armstrong, Frcfln McDonald, Neva Rny Hudson, Kettle Leo Ncedhnm, An1ti\ Cowan, Mary Florence DoUd. Almctla Berry, Cupid Bo^ MVS. invm Morgan, Herbert l>oe, Edwin Reynolds, James Coals, Jnck Berry and John H. Cowan, Miss Wllnw Aaron has gone- to Dallas, Texas, where she will mnko her home. E(l9ur Norlhcutt, who has been Ihe guest of W. L, Orlffln and fninlly the past week, tins'rcturn- "I to his homo at Savannah, Mrs. Mike Thonlle of Moore- housc, Mo., Is tho guest of her iwrcnt-s, Mr, nnd Mrs. Jim Hut- Ion, Hits week. Hoy Ashiibrflimcr, who • Is attending Slate College nt Joncs- «oro, has. ncccpled tho ixwitlon as leucher at Section 10, south of Mniilln, for t| 10 coming school term. . Mrs. Woodrow Hutton who has been (he (juest of Mr. Hut ton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim: Hutton, hns returned to her homo In Vnn Duron, Ark. Mrs. Hultbn will lench Ihe school (it Brown Spur this year. • Mrs. Clyde MllllgAn, who was severely burned when: her homo burned last Sunday, Is slowly Im- provlng. She vvns burned abo\it the anus urnl back. Her small son was nlso burned on the mm, leg and foot. He b Improving rapidly. Mrs. Bob Joe Dnvld had as'lier guests Wednesday for dinner' Mr. nnd Mrs. a. M. Garner * nnd [laughter of .Trimble, Teim,, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jtickson, Hugh. Jackson and Mrs. Charley Jackson of Now be rn. Tcnn,, and Mrs, R. A. David of Manila. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Cralne were coiled to Memphis this '.week' because of the illness of tho baby of C. E, isuier, son of Mrs. Crainc. r hey returned Wednesday, night. The baby is Improved.' Bob Jou Duvld - intended to business In Memphis, Mliursday. Pnwhcen News Harvesting O f iho commercial radish crop In (his .community will .sluvt ltils week-end, Mrs. Imog'one Tinslcy Is sick. Mr.s, Ben Oarrett gave a blr- Iliday dinner for her eldest ton Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs, Bailey Oracly shopped in I'nriigould Tuesday. Ruyniond Shoemake spent last, weck-oiul with his > parenUi, Mr. nnd Mrs. B. K. Shocmako of Lenchvlllc. Mrs. JOD Harper hurt children were guests Sunday of Mrs. Marvin Hodge. Boyit Tomllnson of Blythevllle Is vlsllini; his daughter, Mrs. Johnny cuclc. Daughters Appointed to Administer Estate Letters of administration have been Issued by Iho county court clerk to Mrs. Kathleen Thomas and H 1 ' 8 ', ?P !c °' "owkln, (is Joint ndmlnlsiratrlces of the , estate o( Ihclr mother, the late Mrs, Culllo Qcvsnell. in their application for, letters of administration Mrs. Thomas nnd Mrs. Hawkins asserted (hot they wcro tho only heirs, of Mra. aos- "oll and that she made- no will disposing of her proper lies. Mrs, Qosncll was the:owner of conslderablo property at the time of her death. '•:-.:..-, Read courier New» Want .\d« »««o«r\. . llltTIUCIIM, me. PIOIU.UUHOII. Clear Lake News Mrs. Walter Beacham'i! son who has ucen 111 with the whooping cough Is unimproved loday. For Sale Beautiful Lots Two nice tols on corner o( K«n- • lucky and Second streets, fac- r J"f 140 fe«t on Second, well shaded. iTice, with terms for [nut S750, Lot on corner of West Main uml 1-ltli street, front 15 Ifct on Main, HO feet on Mtli. Price, - «lth ierms for part ?8M. Two lo(s on corner of Holly and Ulh .street, not hi juylnir district, jood locallon, I'm*, - wllli (crnu for purl $100. '•' Wo have homes from ?7M (0 $0,000 hi good locations. Lcl Us Show 1 . You'. W. M. Burns, Agency Have You Rental Property' If you do you should be interested in getting the highest return possible on your investment . . . the installation of city water and the beautifying of the yard will make your property more desirable . . . more valuable. Consult your plumber concerning the details of how easily such an improvement can be financed. BLYTHEVILLE WATER CO. Courteous, Personal Attention to Every Customer Phone SO 113 S. Broadway MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE R and G means-RENEWED AND-GUARANTEED! Many Used Car bargains offered by Ford Dealers are R&G cars. They arc the cream of the Used Car market. You must be satisfied or you get your money back —like that! If you want the very best Used Car, look for the R&G emblem. It insures 100JS satisfaction or 100/S refund. PORD DEALER I'M GOING AFTER ONE OF THOSE FORD DEALER USED CAR SPECIALS!" \\. v »> If you arc interested in a good Used Car at a rock-bottom price, you'd •better grab your hat and rush to your nearest Ford Dealer's ^oo! He is well-stocked with Used Cars because of the enthusiastic acceptance of the.1937 Ford V-8. Every unit in his entire stock of used cars and trucks now bears a special sale-tag. He has the make and the model you want and it is priced to sell pronto! You'd better step on it. Because of these rock-bottom prices, and because FORD DEALERS ARE SQUARE- SHOOTERS WITH ALL CUSTOMERS, the big rush is on. Turn to the classified section —then hit the bargain trail! We liayite You to Call Us Today for a Demonsltratioh-Phohe 811 CO. Authorized Ford Dealers

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