The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 7, 1932
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^Society CalcnJai . U.c .Ftat Baptist are.incclliw at these places t otarrve "Vlsilalion Day'-: Ray Hall; 3, church; 4, Mrs. .8. Williams at Armorel. of the First Methodist church is meeting at the. church for a program mcflliig with Mcsdamcs O. C, Gunskc, W. W. Hollipctcr, M. '. Hubbard,. Eupme Dlckcrson,' J. A. V Grindcll and Farnswoith Black as '..- hostesses.- - . - ' The woman's' missionary society of the La.k? Street Methodist •".- church-lie meeting with Mrs. L, E. •' piy.-° <'-.•' ' . '•• - : Mrs. L. T. Asher Is entertaining . the woman's missionary society of the Second Baptist church. : Circles of Hie Women's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church . arc 'meeting al these homes: 1, - Mrs^'Ross Stevens,'.chairman, with - Mrsf, Virginia Ki-ck and Mrs. Eva' •T. Morrlso^; 2, Mrs. W. A. Dob- yhE,Slchairnian, at her home; 3, Mrs/ 0. R, Babcock, chairman, wltii. Mr?, ..George.' W, Dillahunty; 4, Mrs. Robert E.\Lce King, chairman/, a Ith Mrs. i/oulse Crane Hiler, .: who, is co-chairman. ; .The Business nnd Professional : Women's club is having a program " . -'on '^'Finance" with Miss Allhca 1 Edwards in charge. '* Tuesday Mft. Elton W. Klrby Is entertaining the Tuesday Contract club. . Th5 New Tuesday Bridge club is rheetinE with Mrs."Charles Allen. '•: ' - S Wednirtaay ' Mrs. Randolph Smith is hostess .to the \Vednesday.Contrnct club. - '.The women 1 of Ihc Church of Christ arc mcctiiiR nt the horn? ot ; :Mrs,V Walter Clark for .u Bible . stuily on "Crossing the Red So'a" with'jMrs. Jake Jones as leader. ' ' ?i Thursday ''. •. The Mllott Fletcher chapter of .the United Daughters ot the Coti- ; fcderncy Is meeting 'at : (he lionic. .-.of j.Mrs. II. H. Atkinson with •'Mesdames Herman Cress, M«ry .' Phillips Robinson and J. D. Unrks- dale BS hostesses. -. ''Mrs. A. Conway Is having (he Mid*Wcek Brid^' club..i ::. . tTtte Thursday Luncheon club Is - :: beint entertained by .Mrs. Everett - B: Oee. • 1 ''- -V - ' •• ' '• •• M& Hf'rsch:ff»S!*nrt- Jr., Is having Tthe- Pre-School i conference, ol the'Armorcl school.''" •"' ' ' i\ Friday The Fvc-Schoo! p. T. A. Is mcol- ingjwitli Mrs. Harry W. Hnines ht 3:3ff. o'clock. ... . The junior' Jirvchllc. court of tlie Maccabees Is meeting .at the. hull. Sucjbury-Miller \V«Wing Announced Announcement; was made-today of the marriage of Miss Avis, Miller, of- Jefferson City, Mo., to Mr. J. Graham Sudbury; H, of this "city. The wedding was solemnized at Jackson, Mo.; on February 21th with 1 the Rev. p. L. Willshlre, pastor of the First Methodist snd Mrs. Josiah Fort of 'Olarks- ville, Tenn., were given handkerchiefs. * • • Enltrtalr Visitors. Mrs. Ernesl noe was hosless to a dinner parly last c\unEiiK in honor of Mrs, Chiules H. Miller, slnte iin-slrioil of (he A E. Cox, stale secretary, anil Mrs. Hugh Wicker, ilatu 'rchabllllalioi) chairman, nil of LIUli! Hock. The 12 guests also included mem. bers of the executive board of the loeal unit. Three small tables vvcic arranged for the three-course menu nnd Ihc home was prettily of decorated vvliji mi.ved garden flowers dominating. •. • • Oprn Door Class .Metis The Open Door Sunday' school class of Ihc First Methodist church Is meeting tomorrow for a Mother's Day program. Eurl Snydcr, president. Is 'lo spenk nnd tlie princlp.-il liilk will be given by Mts. Ilnvmon • Ssforii. Red Cross worker. J. Auncr S;ise will sing a solo. Bits of Neics Mostly Personnl v * Mrs. Ira Gray and Miss Ilosn M. Hnrdy, nccoinpanlcd by Mrs. Grays (Iniiglitcr, Mnry, went to Gates, Tenn., todny for the weekend. Joe-linker motored to Matthews, Mo., yeslcrdny. J. r'. Applclon, of MiMiiphls. Is spending a week with his daughter, Mrs. L. D. Chnmblhi, nnd family. Air. nnd Mrs. A. Conwny hnvc returned from several days slay In Little Hock. Cltmde I'crrln nnd Htll? fan. Frnnk, of Osceola were in the city todny. Frank Ixxln. focuicrly mannGcr nf the llo'.el Noblo nnd imw of Little Rock, visited here loiiny. ilW. K. JeiulBiin (ifclUlllc liuck wiia the guest of Mr.' nnd Mrs. J.iE. Critr yestcrdny. ' Misses-'Willie • A. 1 Lnwson and Winnie Virgil Turner will go lo Manila this evening for n, picnic dlmic-r for the teachers of ' the Manila school lo be given by Mrs. Evn TctiB'ta. . ; - .—r Aged, Clear ; Lake Farmer Succumbs to Pneumonia Funeral services will be held this nftcrnoon nt Sandy Ridge -siuctcry for O. W. Clark. 75 yenr olfl 'Clear Laku fnnii'cK who suc- cunibed at his home yesterday afternoon nt 3 o'clock) Ills death was attributed to pucnmonia. The Rev. W. J. LeRoy, pastor ot the -Lake Street Methodist church, will off|cmtc at the services. In- tcrmciit will be made nt Sandy Ridge Cemetery. The Cobb Undertaking company is hi cluiigo of fidicrnl nrrnngcJiicrits, The deceased is survived by his widow, Mrs. Anna Clark, nud four daughters. Oh, Buoy! Thn't life-preserver [In case you've noticed Itl) Is said to be one-third Ihe^vclght nnd to hnvc three' times the buoyancy of the ordinary cork Jlfc licit. It's die creation of Jesse W. Reno, inventor of the escalator^ j ;a.i;d the lovely demonstrator Is Prudence Edgar of New York. Slage Mrs. Is Calling Lainonl church there, performing the ring ceni J non J i Automobiles Collide The bride, wlia is the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jnmcs | R. Milkr of Campbell, Mo., lived In Blythevillc for IB months before, going to Jefferson City where shu/''has been employed In the .offices of the secretary ot- state 'and:the public service commission at .the Missouri capital. She is a Graduate ot a Jefferson City business college. The son of Mrs. J. G. Sud- bur>; and the late Sir. Sudbury, thc'.'briilcgrcom is a number of n rrcirdnenl niylhcviilc family. Af- ort Road Near Manila MANILA. Ark.—Automobiles occupied by Chnrlle Counts of Lc.icli- vlltc and by /ret 1 . SciuU and n mnn nnnicd Thomas ot Lost Cane ran head on into' 'ench olhi-r Into Frlrtny at Huttoii's Corner. I'.-l miles cnft or Manila. Counts was coming"towards Manila and Scrulz nnd Thomas were coinj; towards Blytlicvilk'. No one was injured seriously .but- all sullcred cuts 'armmd ilio I face. The automobiles were no' 5ci^i"hc'"aUcr,d'eu" tiic" UnTvcrsiTy I da '>"" c<1 <!1 ' icl1 - - - - f: •! i r - v - - - - I A Howard ambulance nusivblcd Itln; call. I--- ter jrndualing. from tile cliy hijjti sclfl*! tic attended tlie Unlvcrsil . of Alabama. Tuscaloosn, ai:d b> n ; menibtr of the Sigma Alpha Epsil- ""' on fraternity. He has been con-1 •• necfed .with the editorial stnn ol '.- thevCourier Nc«-s since 1028. Mr. Sudbury met his bride In Si.-touls today and (hey'will re- turiihcrc tomorrow. AHor~,-v-vislt with* the bridegroom's mother they wllivbe al home al 1013 Wcst.Wal- With meager experience nnrt but five days' rehearsal. MIT;. Francis Kent Lament, socially prominent wife of Robert P. Lament, Jr., and daiightcr-ln-iaw of the U. S. secretary of commerce, Kwnggcrerl onto n Denver stage In the role of Sadie Thompson in "Rain" nnd waited away with the show. Her success ivon tier an offer of a regular place in tile slock company's casl. Her husband Is now lu mis- M.i diseasing Improvement of tlie cattle Industry with Soviet ntll- clals. Mrs. Lamont' is pictured here in dress ol rob. Another John D. On the Jury THE GOSPEL TADERNACLE 519 W. A>h Street irlb< W. K. Thurmond la Cturie Preaching service tonight. Sunday school ten o'clock a. » Preaching service two-thirty KUbJccl: "Healing For Our Bodies Included In the Atonement." Evangelistic service, seven forty- five, subject: "A Deceived M»n", Mrs. Thurmond will sing. _SAWM>AY, MAY =WEEKLT SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON = Esau Sells His Birthright SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH J. l«. Newson, Tutor Bother's Day H-JH be observed by our church and the oldest mother will be reu'embcrcd In a special way by the church. All the foiiim. no«-crs nnd the sermon will be In honor of our dear mothers. Sunday School at 9:45, J. D. Hooker, Supl. Sermon at 11 a. m. by the pastor, Subject "Mother's Lov.?." B. y. r. u.'s at 6:45 lead by Honey Chlsiim director. Sermon nt 7:45 by the pastor, subject "Sin," Special music nt both services l>y Robert Knlplit. '• Prayer mcetinx nnd teachers! meeting Wednesday, 7:45. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH K. K. Latlraer, Minister Church school, a- a: m. Holy Communion- -and sermon, 11 n. m. ' ' i Vcsncr service, G'p. m. Dr; Strong will bring 'the- messages at both a; rrices. CHURCH OF CHRIST Main Audltori«»i, Cant House Sunday school, lo n. m. Lesson 'Esini Sells His Birthright." Holy Communion, 11 a. m. Everyone Is cordially Invited to each of these services. The Intenulfoui I'nJftrm S»n- 4»y School Leiwn for May I. BY WM. E. GILROY, D. D. E4it*r of The ConcrtfaiJtiulfcl • In discussing a lesson like today's one must read of the psychology and environment ot an ancient day. H Is necessary to t«ke Into account the Immense Importance of the eldest son in a society founded upon the law of primogeniture, or the Inheritance or continuance of a family line in the first bom, such as we are LUTHERAN CHURCH II. J. Klclndfenst, Pastor Sunday school, 9 A. M. Church, 10 A. M. A Mother's Uny sermon will bo heard. Church, 8 P. M. The question box will be given and the sermon subject, Is: "The Ascended Lord". Ail nre cordially Invited. FIRST AIKTIIODIST CHURCH Main and Seventh Streets P. Q. Rorie, Paster Sunday School D:45 a. m Special Mother's programs in every Denartment. -... Worship and Sermon Ha m and 7:30 p. m. ' Special Mother's Day Music under the direction of Rev. J. Abncr =age, at the morning hour. Before the evening sermon, be- jmmng at 7:30 p. m., a musical pageant depleting an: old mother m memory, reviewing the'events Like fnlher. like son, John D. Rockefeller 3rd believes that jury service is a duty the rich should not shirk. So here you Etc him as he nppe;trcri hi New York's Criminal Courts building to serve ns a juror al a smalt dally fee. His father, John O. Rockefeller, Jr.. fre- nucntly 1ms been impaneled. State Leaders Meet With Dell and Perry Boys ~,-..ifil meetings of the Perry nnd Dell Boys and Girls 411 clubs were held yesterday nnd (nday with J. E. McKell of Little Ilock district extension a^c-nt. nn<l w. F. Jcrnlgnn of Little Rock, 4H cluh leader, In charge. They arc spending two days 'in Mississippi county conferring with the three county ertension 'I nnd attending 4U meetings. Bant to Meet ' . I ; The Sunbeam oand of (he mission Baptist station on South Lilly street sends an invitation' lo all friends of the church to attend the (Mother's Day program ;Sunday,.evening, 7:45 o'clock. \ ' .The program ! s made up of read- Ings and songs. Among the longs to be suns will be "Tell Mother 111 .Be There" and -If I Could Hear. My Motiier Pray Again." Miss Kathryn Sanders has Ih? opening and Mrs. Mary H. Johnson will lead tho proTram. Mrs. Evelyn Hall is pianist. VMtor Mr». Fred Scully of Cut Off, La., houseguesl ot Mr. and Mrs. A. G. tlttk, was complimented with a bridgt luncheon given yesterday by Urs. C. W. Affllck. G»y garden flowers made the fflntbrpicce for. the luncheon table. ',. A . three course menu was Kjrvid at .'one o'clock. . Contract bridge was piayfd by Ihc :?1 guetts in the afternoon witi-, Mrs.,Ru«tell Phillips winning lln- ? tof- hitb' »«c*. Mrs,.scuUy You Take No Chances When You Call 327 Jfecounf On Laundry' Phone.327- For While Truck All good housekeepers highly approve our modern methods of Rug, Drapery and Bedding cleaning- . . . laundering the family wash and the cleaning of wearing apparel . . , get tlie "327" habit-it satisfies: BLYTHEVILLE LAUNRY. In our. American tradition the wise and sensible parent seeks to trcat~~hls children without favoritism and with equal consideration and kindness. Jacob had the misfortune of being a younger son—a great misfortune to a man with an intense ambition to be first, fostered In this case and given a criminal direction of lying and deception by the favoritism of lii s motlKr. On the other hand, Esau, who hnd the heritage and privileges 'of the eldest son, like many another who has been bom favorably, set little value upon his place of preferment and responsibility. Probably h» disregarded the preferment because it did Involve responsibility, as is, also, almost invariably the case under conditions where the eldest son iniierlts the family prestige and fortune. Esau was easy-going; not allo- gether lazy, for he was a hunlcr, of her life, will be given by the members of the choir, Sunday School, and Epworth Leagues. Come early to get i> scat. Juniors 2 p. nt. Intermediates 7 p. m. Seniors 7 p. m. Tlie revival will continue each evening during the- week at 7:45 o'clock. Every member of First Methodist church is urged and expected to attend tlicss services, as well as all unidentified Methodists. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Cllt-RCII Marsh M. Callaway. Miniblcr The Sabbath school opens at 9:45 A. M., J. Nick Thomas, superintendent. There is a class to fit the need ol every pupil in this school nnd a welcome a»aits you. At the eleven o'clock worship the Rev. Clias. M, Campbell, Conway, Arkansas, will preach. Mr. Campbell begins his second week of preaching in (lib church. His subject: ("Righteousness, the Way to Peace'', is one that will be of but he liked to pursue his own patlis and fulfill his own desires without regard to any sense of duty. The nwre fact that lie was hungry and that he wanted something to eat would hardly seem nn adequate motive for selling his birthright, but this detail has little to do with the main import of the story. The important thing is that Esau set a light value ui»n his birthright, and Jacob succeeded In betraying him out of It and receiving liis father's blessing. All around us in life today we see tlie two sorts of young men, and older men as well, typified by Esau and Jacob—the easy-going, likable men who never amount to anything, who refuse to assume any real burden of responsibility. >. and the ambitious, and sometime! unscrupulous men. not very likA able or desirable, who none the less have that willingness to work and to accomplish which underlies all sound life and profcress • •» Not much can be imade font, of the former tyiw of man, but when the latter type becomes dominated by some form of faith aiid consecration, he becomes the power-of the world's real upbuilding; and this was in large measure what Jacob, purefied' from his trickery, ultimately became. interest to all the members of the church. His evening subject will be: "Saltlcss Salt". "For whatsoever Is born of God overcometh the world: and this is the victory that overcome!)! the world, even our faith. Who is he that overcometh the world, but he that bclieveth that Jesus is the Son of God?" FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corwr Walnut ajid Mh Sts. Alfred S, Harwell, Pastor Bible school. 0:45 A. M., G. C. Miller, educational director. Preaching services, II-A. M. and 7:45 P. M., by the pastor. His subject for the 11 '• o'clock hour will be: "Rfllgioua''FShce- RidiiHj", and he will 'speak: al 1:45 on: "Giidint! Into Hell on a Pullman." You will-want to hear these messages. B. Y. P. U., 6:30 P. M., all unions meet nt this hour. The officers and teachers of the Bible school meet on Wednesday evening it 7 o'clock. one be present. We enter the second .week of the Revival Sunday morning. Every member of the church should ii'ake a special effort to be in every service next week. If we neglect our opportunities and privileges durliuj these scries ot meetings, what shall be our answer? Time (s swiftly passing and our opportunity will soon be gone. God will hold us accountable for the way we spend our time. Are we fighting g good flghtf There wMl be special "Mother's Day Programs' in the several departments of the Sunday school Sunday morning. . We want all of our Mothers and Fathers in the Sunday school and the Morning Preaching Service. Vitamin A, more than -a hundred times as potent as that in cod liver oil has been found in tin',* liver of halibut. - <s \ MATERNITY HOSPITAL' for UH- f'irtunat* girls; secluded, private, rates reasonable. Fw Information .write Fairmount Hospital, 911 .Easv L27th, Kansas City,'-.Missouri."'. ^*i^;Sb'-JS?£SJ!Sg®{r>' ^iSvjV ^^fKi£3'£*' -.<<',^J^ > ' ^ 3ff! . *f&* iilK^v^s-sipSli'y'iisiils^rS^i^iis; ',, ;<.;<' ^ , * -i '. '' s/\ ". . . and the Courier News delivers your 'store news 9 to 4,000 HOMES like these". 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