The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 24, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 24, 1937
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TWO BLYT11EVILLE UBKJ COURIER NEWS Social Calendar MONDATS EVENTS Woman's Council, First Christian church, meeting ^ with Mis. J. • C, Ellis, 2 30 P M Woman's '.; Mibslonfty. society, First Methodist cliurcli, meeting at church, 2:30 P. M. Circles of Woman's Missionary union, First Baptist 'church: I, Mrs. E. P. Hardln; 2, Mrs. Josephine Werl; 3, -church; 4, Mrs. John Buchanan; 5, church Y. W. A., First Baptist church, meeting 4:30 P. M. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Junior G. A.'s meeting Fiisl Baptist clnircli, 4 P. M. Intermediate G. A.'s meelins First Baptist church, •* P. M- Tuesday Bridge club meeting wllh Mrs W Leon Smith Mrs. Lloyd - Stlekinon having Young Matrons Bridge club. WEDNESDAY'S'EVENTS Mrs. W. J. Pollard Having Wednesday Bridge club. Sunbeams, First Baptist church, meeting 3:30 P. M. R A s, Ilrsl Biptist climcl) meeting 4 P. M. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. A. Conway having Midweek Bridge dub. Town and Country Bridge club meeting with Mrs. J. W. Parker. Mrs P B Jojnci Imung Thuis- da> Contract club Thursday. Bridge club meeting with Mrs. H, A. Taylor, IT' FLAPPER FANNY -COfll. 19!70IHtAS[ll«ct, IM. f.M.Mt U.S. f AT, Off. By Sylvia •, 6fF,—:— | Compliments Guests Al Bridge Luncheon. Dresden decorations in pastel shades of spring (lowers and fruits were emphasized in tlie bridge luncheon Mrs. Russell Phillips had yesterday for her houseguesl Mrs. Olio. Kochlilzky of Columbus. Miss., ntul Mrs. Josiah Fort nnd Mr$. Donald Graccy of Clarksvills 1 Tciuii, and Mrs. W. B. Tanner of -Helena. The flowers for Ihc dining room table.-were arranged in a crystal and gold bowl and Ihe shades of pink and gold were carried out in the .service and the menu. In the living room, where the 12 guests placed cards, led mid while tulips and gold anil blue calendulas wcr6 arranged in colorful bouquets. Mrs. James II. Bell won hosiery foi Ihe high score prize and the honored guests wcie presuilcrt handkerchiefs In spring lime dc- Methodists lo * Hear of Africa Ai a spebl'al lieil Mondaj aft cinijoii, Tncmbcrs of the Won'iiui',' Millenary <5oclcl\ of the Ftis Methodist chmch uill heai i. flrsl hand iccount of Afnca by a Euest speikei when Mrs J A Leech, who \Isiled that coimln list, jear will tell of hei Msit thcie and dlspln\ soiuentis made by (he nalrtes This will be a put of tlie concluding sludj of the mission book 'Out of Afuc-i vhlcli Ins been gi\en bj tin gioup recently with Mrs Hair> W Halnes as chairnmn * • * Enlcrlains Seoiils Rebel la rionimn enteitnmed lici troop of Qirl Scout 1 ; fiom Ihe Sudbury school last night wlici 15 were present, includin" tin leader Miss Maij Cumniings Her brother, Lloyd, demonslrat- ed first aid \\oik lo Ihe girls wlic then passed .Ihcir tests. .Stunts also . entertained then unlil refreshment were served. * » 4 Bride Con-plinicnled Mrs Dick Pollci who before her rccenl nmriagc was Miss Emma Lo Toler, was guest of Jionor at a Tripoli jnrt> guen Thujas mg'^l TJJ M-s Bob Burns It was a surprise to the bride who uas imltcl m for a game of Tripoli but also fojnrt a display of gifts for the kitchen The king and .while color scheme was used in the decorations and in Uie lefreshments Ices were sened with heart thaped cakes with Jo' on Ihcm in icing Tl'eic were ten .guests "Oh, Koon, please take the big pjccc^i account ulybu'^ my company 1 yon liiy pig," Carutliersville Society — Personal Diagonal Contrast Dinner fur Ucil fiross Worker The lied Cross Workers here nterlalned willi a dinner al Ihe McDonald Eal Shop In honor of Miss Gertrude Thompson, who has been In charge of Ihe lied Cross work - here for Hie past -iionth or so. Thorp, were twelve piesenl. Hcv. W. L, Meyer, Hcv. Wayne Qrny and Rev. Hoy Bradley, who have teen aclive in the work here, were among Ihe guests. The dinner was given in iccog- nllion of Ihe splendid work done by Miss'. Thompson nnd by her sal IB of ' vy'orkcrs, during Ihc re" ' ent linn! Disliicl .!>., E. {). I'lniiu Eighl members of Ohapler DM ol Ins P. E. O. of Ihis cily drove lo Dexter, Mo., Wednesday lo attend Ihc annual Southeast Missouri District p. E. O. Picnic, riierp were 129 present. Following a picnic lunch at noon, the afternoon was devoted .n the program and business ses^ •ion nt which Iho election of officers was held. Mrs. c. E, Watson of tiiis city served on the nominating committee and Mrs. George Crockett served on Ihe resolutions comniitlce. Those nllcnding from nils cily were: Mrs. C. E. Watson, Mrs o«v Michic, Mrs. N. C. Hawkins, Mrs George Crockett. Mrs. Charles Qorroh. Mrs. Fred Wheeler and Miss Nelic Lee Don-alt. Spring Design the Louis club Mrs Attending Slecling in SI. Louis tight members of Ihc local Business and Professinnal Women's Club are r.i'.cndlug ••tile convention in st his weak end. rhe delegates from this i"c Misses -Nellie McClar Mima Adams. Maymc Heriidon and Jewel Williams, and the alternates are: Mi ss Ruby Kcllcy Gertrude McElvain, Mrs. "iiiton and Mrs. Lee Smith. -s. J. W. Tiptoa si-., lias re- luined homo f,. om M(nm , p^ Micro she spent several weeks isllmg her mother, Mrs T B Montgomery, who has been ill uI C " so , vlsitcct her daughlcr, Ws Martha, who is living | n M i'»' Mrs. Tlpton state,, that her b '"•':'„ W ^,.:™ Cl :. i ". 1 "™^- bei,i E Mrs. W. n. McEtea and Mrs. ... , T"°>' "»il small son spent Weclncsriay in Kcmic[t visi ' u Mrs. Jack Phillips. Bits of News Mostly Personal" j i " —_ Mr. and Mrs. C., A. Cunriiiig- ham relumed last night from Hoi Springs, where Mr. Cunningham was at Ihe Army and Navy hospital for some time. Laler he and Mrs. Cunningham look an apartment unlil ho ••fully recovered frcm an Illness which began almost, Ihrce inonlh.s ago. He -Is now grcnlly improved. Butler Barksdalc, who attends Arkansas Slate college nt Jones- ,boro, Is at home for the weekend. Mrs. C. S. Stevens and daughter, Mrs. Eugene Still of Ply- moulli, N. C., were In Memphis Thursday. Mrs. Still will remain here unlil early in May when Mr. SUM will Join her. Mrs. James Hill is III al the El.. Joseph's hospital, Hoi Springs, .because of a boll In her nose. She and Mr. Hill wcro unending a slate convention of the utilities companies when Ihc boil became infeclcd and. she has been qullc 111 since Tuesday. Mr. Hill plans lo bring her home about Wednesday If she continues lo improve. He returned Wednesday night. Mrs. W. E. Armstrong has gone lo Florida with her sislcr. Mrs. Roland Bindley, and Mr. Bradley, of Coiuvay, whom she met loday al West Memphis. Dr. and Mrs. 11. A. Taylor ar- lived home Insl night from several MANNERS HES I'IRST BAPTIST CHUIiCH Walnul and Eighth Alfred Carpenter, I'aslor 0:30 a. in. Bible School—Harry I'"ril7.lus, Superintendent. 10:35 a. m. worship service. I'astor's sermon topic: "Religious Advertisement," Special finuslc — ;olo. Mis. Harry Frltzius. 0:30 p. m. Bapllst Training Union—Alvln Huffman, Jr., di/ec- tor. 7:30 p. m. worship service. Pastor's sermon topic: "Blood." Special music — Trio, Misses Bonnie Jeanne Buchanan, W Inn if red Crawford, Winette Shcpard. Monday evening—7:00 o'clock- Sunday School Slndy Course. Tuesday evening—0:30 o'clock— Exlcnsion department. 7:00 o'clock —Sunday School Council. Wednesday evening — Mid-Week Prayer Service. 1 HIST OH 111 ST] AN' CHURCH Carroll Cloyd, I'aslor Illulc School, 0:45 W. O. Oucrin, Bupl. We can kill Ihc summer slump with Ihe attendance we arc having now. Morning ''worship 10:50. Sermon "Fallh Ihe Grcal Discoverer." Evening worship 7:30. Sermon and song service. Young People's Program at 0:30. Good program wilh Wanda Smllh as leader. Council Hireling Monday afler- noon nt 2:30. Had good attendance and in- lercstlng discussion last week nt the Mid-week service. Come nnd Join us this week. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH M. N. John.slon, Paslor Sunday School, 9:45 A. M. Iverson Morris, general superintendent A claas for every age. Come ant .stay in fllloxi, aiilfporl. study with .your group. New Orleans, ami other points of Interest, along Ihe gulf. . " " Mr. iind Mrs. Jerome Robert- con and Miss Eugenia McGhce. Preaching, 10:45 A. M. Scrmoi by pastor "The Bishop's Crusade.' Young People's meeting, 0:45 P M. A fine group of young peopli of Memphis, were guests of, Mr. ;arc attending these meetings. anil Mrs. diaries Bright yesterday. Miss McOlicc, who is shirty- are always glad In have you wor- ing for o|x>ra under Mr. Robert- .ship with us. _ . Eon. is opening a vbicc 'clnss here nt Ihe home of Mrs. Bi-ighl. ;'• Mi's. Fred Ituiticrfofd, Mrs. .Hiram Wylic and Mrs. Chester Cald- \vcll were in Meiuphir, Wctlnesday. C. G. Smith attended to business In Joncsboro ycslcrday. . ' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barlling, who moved here reccnlly from Greenwood, Miss, have been transferred o Grenada, Miss. Miss Rose Lou Cooke, of , L.UX- ora, is the guest of ;Mr. nn'rt' 7 ltfrs. W. J,. Wundcrlicli. '", ', -Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Ncal had-Vs their 'guests jimmie and Tdniniy Davis "of Bolivar, Tenn, brothers of Mrs. Beiilah Neal: Juno Thomasson of Osccola, who lias . been connected with Ihc 'architectural department of ; the Jonesboio has been transferred to McGehee, Ark, where he will bo associated with Mr. Fbote of Pine Bluff in similar work. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Freeman and children, who have been In poinls of California for Ihe past Jiiue. months, have .returned here, to make Ihcir home. Tor the present liicy arc with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Freeman. ''"" Russell and Dewey Trciiriway, of Memphis are guests of relatives here over the week-end. I'lltST I'KESIiYTKIUAN CIIUKCH S. H. Salmon, Pastor Broadcasting ouv morning worship al eleven o'clock over Ihe facilllies of KLCN through the courtesy of Ihe Arkansas Missouri Power company, we will feature special musical numbers tomorrow. The prelude will be played on tho organ by Mrs. P. B. Joyner, who will also accompany Ihc violin trio, "Seleclions From Marltana," by .Wallace, played by Mrs. S H Salmon, Mrs. R. c. Allen, and Miss Bonnie Jeanne Buchanan, as an offerlory. The choir will sing' the anthem. "He Leadelh Me" by Wilson. Based on -the lexl from Joel, "I restore imlo you HID Will Hurlnl.4 Feel Deep SANTA CRUZ, Cal. (UP)—The laic John B. Morales, who died here recently, is believed lo have Inherited n "buried treasure" complex from his Spanish ancestors. It was necessary lo dig up a half acre of land before relalives found r. half-gallon jar buried four feel deep containing his will and in- -Urancc papers. Stolen for Scrap Iron MT. VERNON, O. (UP)—Rising Evening Worship. 7:30 P. M. W .SATURDAY,'APRIL 2-1, 1037i-, Garden Contest Entry Blank Mail or Bring to tlic Courier News I want to cnlcr the Garden Glub Contest. Name \ Address s" by Mary .': "Life is the origin and ulll- nalc of man, never attainable through dcalh, but gained by valking in the pathway of Trutii will before and after thai which is called death." Pnge 487. The Reading Room Is open each Tuesday and Friday from 2 lo 5 " M, 108 W. Main. FIItST CIIUKCH OP THE NAZAKENK Eupha 1). Beasley, Pastor Sunday School, 0:45 A. M E L Evans, anperlntendcnl. Morning Worship, 11 A M. Ser- mcn subject: "A Deserler" N- Y. P. S., 7 P. M. Evening Service, 7:45 P M Sermon subject: "Holiness An ' Ideal From Eternity." PILGRIM LUTHKKAN CIIUKCH Sixth and Walnul Sis. H. J. Klclnrllcnsl, Paslor Sunday School, 9 A. M. Morning Worship, 10 A. M. Sermon theme: "Tlie God-pleasing Use of Music In Our Divine Services." Instruction class nirels Monday and Thursday at 3:30 P. M. Sunday School kachcrs nieel Friday, 7:30 P. M. A cordial welcome nwalts all. We preach "A Changeless chiisl for a Changing Woi-'ld." ., 1:30 lo be followed by congregational services: at 3 o'clock. On his occasion Rabbi Lyons will speak on "Communism, Fascism ind Democracy." All are welcome. Hotel Is Tear^Gassed When Apparatus Fails TORONTO, Ont. (UP)'—Hotel employes nnd a few early-rising guests wept bitterly when a short circuit In tlie tear-gas circuit over Ihe cashier's desk sent the gas billowing through the rotunda. The clerks on duly, with tears pouring down Ihcir faces, rushed lo open doors, ns several guesls at breakfast on the same flooi were sobbing Into their food. •" COMPLETE •• BEAUtY SERVICE Phone 106 MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP Barton Mansfield company at thai Ihe locust lialh ealen" the .Ifmnchn.-., !,„. I..,.. . , .- , m[or - s ., crmon wl |] te » CO mpCn- mlion From God." In tlie evening worship beginning at 7:30, Hie paslor will preach on "Our Pearl of Great Price." Miss Louise Dobyns will be at Ihe organ console. Tlie Ploncers-of-the-Church (the rnlcrmcdlale-Senior group) will have-Ilicir usual Vesper service al G;45 P. M., the program being led by Miss Bllllc Lcggctt. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES 7C8 W. Main "Probation After Death" is the subjecl of tlie Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, April 25th. The Golden Text Is "I heard a voice from heaven saving unto me. Write, Blessed nrc'the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth: Yea, salth Ihc Spirit, that nicy may rest from their labours- and Iheir works do follow thorn" Revclalion 14:13. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the A simple white evening gown ol heavy marccain achieves undisputed originality by the rncrustcd, so'.'ily swathed bo;t o! bright blue and .silver pallletes worked in a diagonal cffccl. 'Ihe tailored jacket is also (nlirely embroidered ill blue nnd silver, pailldcs. The ensemble Is signed MainixJCiicr. lfc,rren^emand K"pM w?£^ *f * » mills for scnm iron sui\niiivt iiiotr., ,i.- __.. usncss Is life, an< suiting performers? (b) Ask Ihc piofcsslonals If they mind appcarin;; wl'h ama- leurs? <c> Tell the profrsnormls your plans when it is loo late for them to hack out graciously? Ansnris 1. Follow. 2. Precede. 3. n may be n ions dress, but 5 age.? woman accompanist Usually jiibt pait the middle "Wlial Would You ilulion-<b). n thp proltsslonnl says "Vrs" icluctanlly, your plans. . change 3. Would it be correct for a wo*- , ah iKi-former to wear an cvc- 1 ling dross al a morning musicale? j,,;. Shoul(t ^e chairman of a ,ciH6 program provide tramporla- jl'on for artisls he has asked lo appear on the program? aaaaatsswBSii.s-.^^jt i* rt S ttlK program ',-••" , '•'• I'hould the bc-st number he nlnri-Ho :sjron. collar of sprig | ' What, would you do if •Su'ic*: nr<v<anrl« l«n<i<- ,• TT . . . ii — Ncivlywrils T.i|i 0 lo (; imfl( . QUEENSLAND. AuMralia (UPI -Charles Morris and bis tjrld: speni Ilieir honeymoon in an rf- foil lo i^loblish a new world's canoeing record. The present in o death." Proverbs 12:28. The Lesson-Sermon also in- cute the following passages from he Christian Science textbook Science and Health with Key to 1'IKST METHODIST CHURCH Seventh and 'Main sis. H. Lynn Wade, I'aslor | Our Sunday School altcndaiice and .enrollment continue to increase under the leadership ,of S. K. Oarrelt. general superintendent. The most enthusiastic organization in the cliurcli, probably, righl now, is Ihe Business and Professional Women's circle of tlie Woman's. Missionary sociely under the direction- of Mrs. H. Lynn Wade. They meet monthly in the evening time. Five new members were added r,t Ihe last meet- Sunday will close the first per- Itid of tlie Bishop's Crusade which is a two-year affair celebrating Ihc wilding of our first forei°n missionaries 89 years ago, and (he heart-warming experience of Jclm Wesley, the rounder of Methodism, which took place in Aklersgate Street Chapel hi 1738. The paslor's subject Sunday morning will be: "The- Program of Jesus." The choir will give an anlhem "Break Forlh into Joy" Caleb Simpson, with soloist, Mrs. J. Wilson Henry. The special solo '"When They Ring the Golden Btlls fcr Me" will be sung by Mrs. Joe Triivsc'iman. Al the evening hour the paslor will use as his Iheme "Tlie New Crusade." Tlie anthem will be "I Am Praying for You" Ira D. Sankcy. A quartet of high school boys will sing also. They are tlie winners in the recent Northeast Arkansas contest. Always a crowd. Always a welcome. Come and worship with us. DELL BAPTIST CIIUKCH Kcv. M. U. Griffin, Pastor Sunday School 10 o'clock. Sup't. J. A. Hardin.. , Preaching service at 11 o'clock. Subject, "The Good Shepherd." B. T. U. 6:30 p. in. Direclor Curtis Downs. Preaching 7:30 p. m. nil unriralled.air. of dignity-lp llic 1 p.-ogram spring .fro*;: Tht?.'.version' has 'a | formats ribbon at *lhe throat, i elude 1» i;-row. of rfalniy, white i--lenal n pearl buttons J (a) Plan program Sunday Dinner 50c Cream of Ciiickcn Soup ur tirai;c Juice Cocktail Spring Radishes Ciisp Celery ( Choice of: Smothered Ycnng Hen. will) Crlcry Dressing Broiled Small K. c. Steak, Drawn Butler Spiced Baked Ham. with Com Frillcr Hcast Sirloin of Beef. BroKn Gravy Baked Chicken, wilti Celery Dressing Ainciican Clicese Cinclfl Iceberg Lettuce. French Dressing New Polnlocs in Cream English Peas Bullered Cauliflower Hot Parkcrhousc Rolls Bran Muffins Vanlla Ice Croam. with Cuke Etnvwberry Jello. Whipped Cream Banana Nul ifousse Cake Butterscotcli Pic Coffee Tea Mill: GOFF HOTEL FULL GOSPEL CIIUIICH Lilly and Vine Sis. W. O. Singlelcrry, Pastor Sunday schol, 9:45 a. m N W Trantham, Sup't. „ i, t am Service al n a . m "" P. Y. P. A. e:30 p. m. At- 7:30 p. m. Ihe paslor will speak on the Ihircl topic of a scr- ies "Commercial Signs of the Times." TEMPLE ISRAEL Religious school will convene at 1 Wardell Board Names Foster Superintendent OARUtniERSVILLE, Mo.-The 'ardel! board of cdif.itiou has elected W. H. "Dub" rosier prin- pnl of Ihe grade school here o succeed Troy S. Pierce as upcrinlendcnl of (lie Wardell ohoois. Following the board's dismissal r Pierce last week, the Warden ludcnls staged a one-day strike, ut were prevailed upon by Plercs o i-eentcr school the following ay. Foster is tlie son of tho Rev. lid Mrs, D. K. Foster of this cily] Ic taught In the Wardell aiid ortagevlllc schools before bccom- ig a member of the local faculty. Crests and molloes technically re batlle symbols and war dies. 6'oorf clothes deserve good care / .<5 T ' mucli depends (in jjood appcnriincc. Thai's why so many people arc pleased vilh unr laundry and dry cleaning work . . . Iheir dolhcs look belter and wear longer. DLYTHEVILLE.. AUNDRY JE.IT Everything'. For' Your Entertainment and Comfort Saturday Only Bret Hiirle's "Outcaslof Poker Flat" With I'rcslon Koslcr, Jean Muir, Vim Hefliii, Virginia Wojdlcr nnd illarg-tirel Irving Also Ciiiioon an:l Serial— ' "Jungle Jim" : —Admission— , ' ' Unlil r> -p. M.—10 & 2(ic Aficr 5 1>. jr.—10 & :!i c I Pjggy \Vood • Wollei v;ootl Kinn ntlQ Oronvjilt » Beryl H t[c » AUo Paramcitnl N'ews antl Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Sunday —Admission— Sunday—All Day—K; ,t 3 fi (, Monday Malincc—10 it 2i!c 'Monday NighU-lg & 3C C TUESDAY,. AWUL 27— §125 HANK NIGHT! i (Less Stale Admission—Always 10 & 2Gc Slafiriccs Friday, Saturday, Sunday Show every night. Friday and-'. Sunday Matinees slarl at 2:15.- Salurday Malincc al 1:15. r Charles Starred in V^ Hard rilling, fast shooling, F ;t ,, c y roping, cvrrytbini; you like lo sec in a real western sliou-. Also Carlo™ and Comedy IHOILYWOOO GIVES you ft I NEW STAR ... IN FICTIOH'S I .BOLDEST. R.OMfSNTIC flDVEHTURE CXfl .THRU. LI SHOUTI UTCNDERI Introducing ANTON WAL8HOGK With ELIZABETH AlUM, M ARGOT GRAi-IAME, AKIH TAKIROFF, ERIC BLORE, FfiV PAINTER •UXO RADIO FlCtUJt I Qirecttd 6v G c 011« t^ichclli, Ji A fa ndro S, 8 trtr,t n ^'arfut'fiort Also Fox Movietone News and Comcclv I ':.?$

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