THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1936 8LYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Hornersville Society — Personal A. J. Lnngdon Jr., went to St. Louts Tuesday on business. He also planned to visit his daughter, Miss Lnverne, who is a student at Limlcmvood college, SI. Charles. Mrs. W. S. Mick of Blytheville was here on business Tuesday. Misses Luna and Opal Edinon- ston and Miss Venn Rlieu left Sunday for Haines City, Fla., where they will spend the wlater. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Drake and daughter, Mrs. Alonzo Davidson, and the letter's daughter, Bettye Joe, spent Monday in Memphis where Bettye Joe received medical treatment. ' Sam Parker of Blythevillc spent the past week here visiting his sister, Mis. T. C. Williams. Mrs. Mildred Brooklns and Mrs. Anna Hayes, of Cairo, 11)., were BUCEis Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. nay. Mrs. W. E. Smith and J. K. Williams spent the week end in Memphis with Mrs. Williams, who is Mrs. Smith's daughter. Mrs. Eailey Walker and daughter, of Fnnnlngton, Mo., and Mrs. Price Douglass and daughter, of liakersvillc, arc here visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kuffin, parents t>f Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Douglass. Mrs. J. W. Killian relumed Saturday after spending several months in Detroit, with her daughter, Mrs. J. L. Little. William Walter Ruffin left Sun- clay for Marble Hill to spend ten days with the family of his uncle, J. L. DcVault. Do You Suppose fTheit's Any Chance..for a "Re-Fill"? PAGE PIV»J Holland News Notes Mr. and Mrs. Everette Utley announce the arrival of a 10-pound hoy, born Sunday morning at their home here. He has been named Billy Thomas. Before her marriage, Mrs. Utley was Miss Ix>!a Walker of Atwood. Tcnn. A baby daughter, weighing 8 pounds, was born Oct. 20 to Mr. and Mrs. James A. Perry at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Perry. Mrs. Perry was formerly Miss Eloise Watson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Speedy Watson of CaruthersvQle. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ray, Eaf Ray. Mrs. Modine Higgins and Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Lester attended the funeral Thursday of Major Ray, 16, of Hor- ncrsviile, who died from a heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Gross of Memphis, who have visited the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ray, returned home Sunday. Mr. •'• and Mrs. Gross, Mrs. Bray and son, Prank jr., drove- to Pitcher, Presenting lunch rime it DionneMlle -one of the most slu.mi! pictures of the- quintupled jcine seen MI a long while. 1m cups In hnnct for their rowUmornlnc snack outside their log-hewn nursery, the quins arc a Happy lot. Elnrling at-the/left there's Marie. Her gesture. looks .like n hint toi' a refill doesn't it? Next is Cecile. and does she exude an air cf perfect gastronomic satisfaction? : Then •Emllle-ah, the'cameraman 1ms caught her attention He has cniigh' Anntitlc's attention, too, but she isn't putting down her precious cup for nnj^ne! She's drinking and taking a sly peck ati the same time. And, last, Yvonne' A bit determined about something or other, those lips would seem to indicate. Maybe it's more luncheon., Her cup's empty. =\VEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON= Law, Love, And Temperance- SUNDAY SCHOOL I.KSSON ... i Temperance Sunday, puts the; International UnifVnii Sunday I matter of temperance upon the] r broad foundation of right living in true relationship with God and man in the self-discipline inseparable from high character. first of all, there is the relation of man to law. Law is the School Lesson for Nov. 1. Devotional Heading: Itomans 14:13-21 BY WM. K. GILKOY, D. I). Editor of Advance This lesson, planned in connection with the Intel-national foundation of order established society It is well- de- signed to defend the rights and liberties of men',' against the encroachments of tyranny 'and against unjust Interference from their fellow citizens. It defines -crimes, and establishes penalties- tqr .the committing of crimes. Crime in an Ideal scciety is anything • that Infringes on the rights .and liberties of members of a community. Html had a keen sense ot law and order. As H Romnn citizen, he had, also, deep respect for Romnn authority, Insofar as It established law as a means of resulting society. This letter to the Romans was written enrly In. his Christian career. It may perhaps be said Hint he Idealized some things Hint, In fact, were not quite so Ideal ns he supposed. Later in Ills life, when he felt that he was being treated un- justly. In Palestine and appeal ed to Caesar, he discovered tha In coins to Rome, the sourci of authority, he rtltrt not get the justice that he anticipated, As n mutter of fact, he lay lor a long lime Imprisoned In Rome without having ins cnse brough lo trial. If one reads the late epistles of Paul, written duMu£ this period ot his Imprisonment one finds that Paul Is not quit so sure that the powers that Ij are ordained of God. On th "Contrary, he 5])eaks of the rulcn 1 of the darkness ot this world Edward Cokcley of Alamo, Tcnn., and J. H. Evans of Ciarksdaie, Miss., left Friday after several weeks with friends here. t Miss Mildred Edwards has returned from St. Louis where she visited her grandmother, Mrs. Haidt, and uncle, Paul Raidt, foi several weeks. Miss Hazel Cohoon of Cape Girardeau and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Devore and daughter, Carol Ann of Elvins, Mo., were here over the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cohoon. O. J. Deeds arrived the first, of the week from Waterloo, Iowa, where he visited his family for six weeks. •William Wilson and Ancel Webb were in Cape Oirardeau Thursday and Friday attending to business. Vernon Jones and M. G. Turner, who were injured in a car accident a few days ago, are recovering. Mr. Turner is in the Blytheville hospital. Mr. Jones was painfully but not seriously injured. He is being treated at the Blythcviltc hospital but returns home after each treatment. mil of spiritual wickedness in high places (Epheslaiis 0:12). H Is well to bear both these :hlngs in mind, for UIB true iltten 1ms not only the spirit Jf obedience to 'law. but he has :hc duty to see thai laws are themselves Just,- honestly enforced, nnd maintained- ; H Is pail of true citizenship lo protest against unjust laws, i>nd to light 'in every possible way against corruption in law and government.' We ure thus driven quickly In 'his mil tier of teiujwrance nud rlRht living) to more than mere conformity to law. . There is the ilgher law of conscience which asks, concerning every nctfon. not 'Is It lawful?" buU "Is is right? 1 Kcnce love Is. revealed as tlio .me standard of right, for Paul nslsts, as Jesus also Insisted In ills tenchlng, that It Is only In ovc of one's fellows that one cnn fulfill the moral law. Adultery murder, theft, envy, all are >llcnswi agiilnsl God. They are ircnclics of tliuJ law that one should love hts neighbor as himself, I'aul simkcs a .superb exposition of this. "Lovc ; workcth no evil to his neighbor." The uui who is determined to base Ills )ifc upon love cannot possibly go wrong If his vision and Judgment are as wise as his determination. Wlml a fine' appeal I'aul nmkcs to these Christians at Rome lo "walk becomingly." That In our English translation! Is a significant and beaulUull phrase, and Paul sums th« whoto'f thing up In one very explicit flnal word. If we put on the I Lord Jesus Christ, we shall be 1 saved from evil wajs, and ulll (hid wisdom • and strength to I walk becomingly. Snow Over Honolulu HONOLULU (UP)-U. S. Weather officials have ascertained . that frequently with temperature at 80 degrees on the ground snow was forming five 'miles above the city. . . HELP KIDNEYS PASS 3 IBS. A DAY American Gas Machine and Coleman Ranges $45 ECONOMICAL And Up ANO-SAFK- Killer Because 'Mother Cried 1 Because he "couldn't slaud his mother's lears," Grady Bowden, 15, is in Memphis, Tenn., jail, cliai-gcd with the murder of his stepfather, Ruben Barker, 27, Shown here in his schoolboy skuu cop as lie talked lo police, the lad admitted thai he shoved his vifle through a window screen and shot Barker 11 times as ho stepped out of his auto, because, he charged, Barker had mistreated Grady's Read courier Ne\vs Want Ads. 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