The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 12, 1936
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BLYtHEVlLI.S/(ARK.) COttttiEfc NEWS SATURDAY, - tlECEMBER- 12> » Black, hut Bright EVE"T= 'Pupils of Mi's Kathijn Grear nnd Mrs Stuart II Silraon giving piano and vlo'hi ie: ta., First Meth- edH churc\ 4 30 p m I . " ijnY'i 1 I'M! NTS | "Bu'lrsss and ProfesElo'iil Worn- en's dub having Social Phvc^o'ogv class, Hotel Ncbl? 7 30 p m Clicks Woman's Auditory. First presMsrlan church J, Mrs Jesse M. White; 2, Mr* Byron Morse, 3, Mrs Ray Worthin ton, 4, hiving Christmas party at church, 7 30 p m. I W M S having program meeting at First Methodi't church, 7 30 u m Council, First Christian church mealing"\\ilh Mrs. J W Durhim, Dougan Ave, 2*10 i> m TUESDAY'S EVENTS Lange P -T A meeting at school 3 p m Masonic lodge haung duck sup- >rr at hut Mrs, Jes » Tftslor having Youn? Jatrons Bridge club Tuesday Bridge club meeting will: i«rs W Lson smllh V(.nN(.>D(\Y'S EVENTS Mrs Mejej^Qrabsr, Mrs. r H Acton, Mrs'John'F Lenll and Dr Edna Niss having bridge luncheon tpuntrv club, 1 i> m Wednesday Bridge club niEelin r iitn Mrs w; J. Wunderlleh THURSPAY'S EVENTS Mrs U U Moore Saving Thursday Bridge club • Town and Country Bridge cluV nwtlng with Mrs C. C. Ling Eton Mrs A. G Littln having Thurs daj Luncheon club Yarbro Missionary soclely meat In? with Mrs S'arlini- Bunch Mrs J T Phllllos having tl' Thursday Contract club Mid-Week Budge club being en te-famed by Mis A C cunning ham y Hue Clirl'liias Dinner Partj. It was Grtnsfmas time at the- T A Lynches last nigl-t when Mr and Mrs Lynch nnd Mi and Mr' W L Horn"r hid a Yuletid, dh' ME oartv with 16 couples as guests The modern trend of colors f this hoHiia), silver avd blu", wi 1 sir 1 ! Intly curried 'out \v 1th a com blnafion of the flrd c r ilstmDs ir m tt ftr^tf^s "sccue of t*i» li'l r " room^Tne mant t v\as binkcd wit silvered 'c^dat as T back/round t- the sc°u" which oortri". 1 "] the n"' twllv of c r rl>t Blue celloohine to ft background, n liTht burning ' tha chimnev prd Hi" f'W """'" 8^r3,""e-l i\»nir5t a s'ttln? of si 1 \ered bsrries and 1-aves fonnc th» scene " ( In t^/rli^'i^ roo'n the laco o~ cr»-1 J'thl h°d n> c"nUrnl' l ce of rrl^cS'r^ bin^e<l with snow, n?m" ' Bit? of News" Persona) ,' H j Mm J W, Adams jr, W"l Mrs Charles r Wood returned yeslpr- day from a visit, with relatives tii "rsburg. Mrs A M nutL Mrs Ffuro- worlh Blacjs ami Mrs. W J.'Pollard accompanied by Mr^ Wll- 'lam M Robinson, t of Cjipf > Qtr- ardcau,. spent yeslcrday In''. Mem- J Vf Thrallklll of Osceola, >)»s been admitted to tiie inpllsl liospital f Clifton Wixson, of Burdette, Is i patient, at the Memphis. Meth- •Hllst hospital Mrs. C. W. Jones, of BasseU, has ••ecu admitted to the Memphis Milhodlsl hospital. Mrs. w. D. .ciiamblln anct.-Mrs. on the of t,he CHURCH OF FCHftlST iCVjurl- House Auditorium Regular meetjng at 10 a.m. Preaching service, 11 a.m. There will be a. 'spsclsl meeting Simclny aflernoon at 3 pill. Preach Ing by IWv. Stanley Jones. Everyone Is cxtendccl a cordial welcome. FIKST CIIUKCII OF NAKARENE £upha D. Beasley, pastor i Sunday school, 9:46 a.m. E. L. jEvans, gup't.' Morning worship 11 a.m. sermon subject. "My Home." N. Y. P. S., 0:45 p.m. ; Evening service 7:30 Sermon subject, "The Purpose of Christ^ First Coming." ' ' • : •'. IAKE STKEET METHODIST CHURCH ; M. N. Johnston, pastor Church school, 9:45 a.mi A class (or every ngc. ; a.m. "The value to a ^ inarming' black dinner gown of tuave crpwoi rayop ^crepe ^Notice the 'ores nt the shoulders, the way tho front of ,tlio ,dress rqqlds the figure and how the .brilliant panels qohlme tock fullness Davidson are in Memphis 9'lay, Casllcs Becmnn, yyho It, "ostjltal Ship ' Wjomlng" United .States navy, now H Norfolk, ya, Is here f or '» visit with his parents, Mr. arid 'Mrs. T B Bceman This ii> his" {hiid trip home in seven jeans, during \hlch time he has inade a num- ,Vt of tups (o other (countries Ycstcrdav he was guest of Mrs Selma Lelitz Morrlson'b liistorj' class, , . at . - .which he told of his 'ia\els He attended school with he 32 class Mrs, M E We si) and family, of Memphis aie hcic for a brief staj villi Mr;, wost'i nn rents, Mi nnd Mrs N P Knight Mr and Mrs Billy Hessie and grandson. Jimmie Carson, left to day for Dallas where thcy'vyHlivJslt for several days >-' John Mell fan 1 moii K improving at the Memphis Baptist hospital Tol losing an operation' performed Thursday H Paul, who suffered a slight Jtioke of paralysis Monday will liavo as his guests for the week :nd,i his son^ A f L Paul, of Mus ^ogee okla', who arrived yestcr day, his son, Paul., and his , daughter, Mrs Ted Maderls of Mem ')his, »ho will come tonlgW The\ liad planned to celebiato Mr Pgul birthday, which 1 occurred Mon " Preaching 10;4? Criurch Foundations.' Young People, 0:16 p.m, Preaching 7 p.m. "A Good Soldier." Fine congregational singing. Come and help sing yoilr favorite songs. ' Come ami we good. try to do >'°. u Hays* Second Hand High to Entry and Beat Contract ni WM E credit-}, American lindgc League blue a'i1 sll\e; Christmas pom p<Wi Tms r»s fl^nVc'J wi'ii tao^ in s!l;er hoWer? Tne smill t- bles had c"nt"rp'eces of silver" Chri'tm<>s tt5"s A luriey diiw 1 lrl .tnrau -us xrimmings'' ."vvas ser ed -.- ' L^ter cTds were played In Ih hryce game- Mrs Harrj Kir 1 - wnn a 5"t of cf\stM a^ triy f" ladi"s hi"h and the men's hi- pn!-» nji i*a cnsVi-r, went, to Hi Ty V/ H' 1 lrt( ^ T-ig n-17-* n* h-"i- vent to E.erett B G"e who rccetv cd n doub'e dsck of carts v * • * ?««rvfr"* W JI S F'-M" M«lui' Memberi, of the W. M S of the Fi rr t Chuicli of the NiKarenc me* T^ii'sdiv ri!Aht at the home of Mr= J C r-iner There were four < i" * n rs ores^nl The Res Eupha Beasley led in prayer nf'er which Mrs Criner pn\e a history of Missions -/f the Church from the studv book She wns a'Ms.'ed by Mrs O A Duni- vaiv Mrs. Oscar Alexander, Mrs. Rov White Mrs J I, Tyrone nnd M--I Hirnid Thompson The meeting closed with a pra\er by Mrs Ale onder *• • • Trsirn Aui'i Pious I"" Cbp'stims Projects The American Legion auMliarj Kin c^rry out the 'For Others P'an this Yuletifle by cooperating in the Goad fellows club, by inz S15 to ni-oiide checi at Fort Roots ho'm^al and b> remembering a \pterahs family with gifts, It was decided m a meeting Fri- oay afteruoon at tho hut Mrs Po«s Stciens, Child Welfare chairman, is ,^n charge of provining Christmas cheer to the levins- family and Miss Coia Lee , Colemanr, president, was de- fraiotrd io- represent the group in inc. Go^feUows moiemeut Chapter^ ^throu?hout ,tne state coop- er&ie. i n . n- 0 , , m - lfts fm ?e\\ bridge players appreciate a ipiportancc of conserving 10- »u> for theli poitncis This is iMallj true In hands In uliloh clarei has icachcd a no trutnp A42 V 8752 4 AJ32- AAC i ;> J 0 B 7 G I KJ I A Q 10 5 «AG43 «/ c VKfl « 8 7 G 5 AQJIOC * K 7 5 2 - Rubber—None- vul 3o«lh West Norlh East 1 * Pass 1> Pass t2N T. Pass 3N,T Pass Pass '.-:. Pass. Opening load—ft 7. 12 On t,he opening lead of seven of spades, Eajst (Mrs Haw- 'cj'> Played the'queen, and'* de- claier won ivlth tne ace Four rounds -of diamonds followed.'.On he third diamond West discarded ho sK of heaits South next led a snijill heait fiom dummy and Mis Ha«loy played second hand high, gain) up with the king She returned another- spade and the contract 'was* beaten.-'one' ; trick, as the- ace of heails In Mrs Wheeler's hand •)'s day, vvlth" a large-party toinorro buttle- plans'have been abandone because of his having been, stnck en 111 He also has two daughter h cie Mrs B T Loflln and Mr., Elva Poe. ^ FIUST PRESBYTERIAN .CHURCH Stuart II. Salmon, pastor Sunday school, 9;45 a.m. A class tor everyone. Oliurch, 11 a.m. Sermon subjict: • Christ In' Every .Beginning.' Young People s meeting 6 45 p in. 'Church, 7:30 p.m We Invite you all to worship with us. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE "SERVICES 'God the preserver of Man" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon •iilch will be re art. In all churches of Christ. Scientist, .on Sunday, December 13. The Golden Text is: "Preserve me O Ood for In tliee do I put my trust Psalms 15 1 Among the .citations vyhich com- irise the Lesson-Sermon' is the fol- 'ovviug frOtn the-Bible: "iforeover 'lioii Isddest them in the rinv by a lourtj pillar _ and in the ni»ht b r \ pillar of fife, to sive them h^bt n the May Shereln they should go ' ->">ml!>h 1 12 The Lesson-bermon also ipclud 'ie follovvni^ Hassn^rs from I 1 Ihrlstian ''Science textbook, ."Sci- ^nce and'Health with Key U>. L 1 " Trlptures' by Mirv Baker Ed<lv Through the vvhol«somr> rto'iti'" nents of Love, vvn ar'. q a in»fl "". :ard In -the rria'rch towards rWht- ivsness peace nntl pnritv ujnr^ 're the 'landmarks of ~"iec 323. -Mrs. Anmc J The neadina Room is FLAPPER FANNY Adm.-Always 10: & 25c-lo Show livery Night ', Slallnccs Friday, Saturday, Sunday Friday & Sunday nlatinecs— 2il5 Saturday Matinee — Continuous Sliovflng'— 1:00 Till 11:00 P. M Last Time Today COLUMBIA PICTURE Serial— "Ihe Clutc'.i- Jack Mullul Sunday - Monday sl]oul<llln\ctoeoc.illirtgw(th 5011 Bee uise Chnstni ( is is a good turn lp cultn itc cordi il rel itions— especnllj il thcj'rc rich aunts " etwecn the ages of 18 and 2o years and a re unm arHcd. School grounds, parks and public offices have benefitted from the •work, which will be -continued at least until July 1 according to J Paul Faulkner of Wilson supervlso for Mississippi and crlttencicn counties; In : Blytheville, much work has KELLY VALE01E HOBSON EDITH FELLOWS Fox Movietone and Comedy been done on the yard at the Cen Schools Chief Beneficial les of Youth tion Projects -For almost a year some 110 young nieh • and women of Mississippi county have been \\orkhv on Na^- tional Youth Administration pro- cd at tr^e rear of the building and dirt was put In and the entire campus planted miwhite cUner The bleachers at the '.athletic field were icpaired a score fcoaid erected fences." repaired -'arid '.reserve seatt built A stole house uas construct jeote and. so have earned $990 monthlv These workers, taktn from families on WPA projects, are a sta?e erected in tha school audi- loriuni At l^he negro school, a bridge was constructed Girls ha\e assisted in binding niaKe airangements for Chiistmas ocial evening at 7 40 Life of Christ illustrated by famous paintings This introduces a series of'.dlscus- llbrary rvvo negro girls are assisting in serving free lunches and m Similar vvork''is bein^' dona thru .out Uhn county. At -Manila a ISO- and Friday from 2 a\er to Contract. They'are loath .to violate t the old whist grille of "second 1 mnd low," when the correct -on- tract play is 'second hand high,' ,o that part-ncr, Xvho may; hold .the setting tricki in n long suit, may aye a card 'of; entry - -ito cash them. In today's hand,: clever cooperation between Mrs. p. F. Wlieofer and Mrs. O. W. Hawley,: of Bridgeport, brought about the defeat of a contract thnt otherwise could nave been made. Today's Contract Problem Sputh's contiact is six spades Apparently, he must lose a heart and a spade, but by^careful play he can limit his loss (o onc trick and fulfill Ins contract How can lie avoid the IMS of a heart trick to East's queen? This Disease Has Been Pi^cticajly ^ Eliminated Fiom County Mississippi county'has had but onc C?5C ^"s,,,,,,,^ tnls s ™ Thue first ^ rfiporl S tvo th5e T I cs -1 health unit several da^ ago, is near disease, which for years A J B 5.4 + 108743 *6 VQ96 .4KJ100 873 All \ul Opcnci— Solution in ne\t issue ;he cause of many c|eatlis here has been practically stampejj out thru a \atclnation progranf which is compulsory in many schools Tills year members of the unit have vaccinated 1266 boys and girls en- leriiuj school for the flrsl time There h(ue been but 14 cases of diphtheria In tt|e county this year well below last years total ihere ha\e been 600 Inoculations for prevention of this disease The 40 cases of typhoid fcvci In the county are few 'compared to several years ago.^before a health unit .was established/' There were 8,166 person s. trea'te d for" prevail tl on of this disease. There have been 1091 students in school given the iyfcarcnlo-h test this >oar of this numbsr n per cent were found posithc : Dr R E Schirmcr is director of the unit, .having succeeded Dr. A. M. Washburii several months ago. public Is cordially 'in- PILCFMM IT!Tf<iR\v f"l]pc" S'vl.ll '->"•' w-l""l Slr-'ts I! J KI«i"F?ti-i<si P%Mur Sunday -schor>l. fl a in Mornina' %vorshio. 10 n nv Ti'n Lutheran'Hour over Mutual "'unrk 1 Try WI t W at 12 noon or KLCM nt 3i3D r>.m. Arti|H.-n'Wft clots. 1 n.m; Evehint; y .\vbTsV»in. .7:30 .A cordial'w'elcome'to all. FIRST XAPT'KT r .Walnut arrt Eijhfb AJfr.pd ':c^rnen|pr. Pastor « : "i'a. m. Bible School. 1^:35 a. m. v/orship service. The '•"tnr will brlnfr n message on ""vvi-r Km- Soul-Winning." Aivin Huffman, Jr. vvill bring a •on-cnim in song. Hfemhfrs who are in arrears "H.h ' their 1036 gifts- to the iiu.irch Budact are «r?cd to bring "^^ r iDtion up to date 2 30 p m Choir" rehearsal of hn fhri^tin^s Poiit^Ji nn rfo »- IhO ifD Of Clirlsl rHimni CHURCH FIKST METHODISE H Lynn Wade, Pastor ' The morning worship program foi Sundas December 13 > at 10 o5 l be as follows: Prelude—"Ave .Marie" by Van tiovv Processional, .Hymn No.- Ill, Apostle's Creed Pastoral Prayer Anthem—''Hair Messiali" by JWil- jn Responsive Reading, -Psalm 19. Olona Patu— | New Testament .Lesson. Notices, .Collection; ; Offertpryr- "Andante' by Freyer J Solo—Miss Wiirha-' Fatten. Sermon, by 1 (he Pastor, Subject, ,t>ur King Speaks. Eyerylhlng for jour 'enlcrninmeni and. comfort Saturday Only ratP^r.pnnim was aupoint- «l *> ftaf tho boftks" to the sant- latmui at *Bopne\ille, which have bf-en, El)£n Jn'memorj of the late Howard Proctor_ Anjone having ornv^the.v C Rce-to conlnbute may call^Mrs '^nim that $37 was rr^liied. frd tons' a net' t.iK»rt'fOr''i [rcjin^lhe^sale of flag bul- ,.», xdte of tlianXs was /the»children who coop- erat<!d -%^/ Factor was chair- ratpjfil thBj annualt sale Pilfts" tj^e ^announced for the prizes of $3 and Fidac essay Finds Quart of Beans Canned 23 Years Ago A qTiarl of 'green beans, canned 23 years ago by Mrs. A. K. Carter, were recently found in good condition under the hotisf, where : they had hcen «ut away anci Jforgotten. It had been the custom to put-home canned goods on the foundation underneath the home, to prevent freezing,' and through an oversight this can was left undisturbed Inrough the jears The beans liavc not jet been opened but they look (resh and firm, v,ith no mold and little water, when Mrs.' Carter canned them she cooked them In the quail jar, boiling them for three hours American Owns Kojal 1'iano . HONOLULU (UP) -Joseph B Can Interna- Polndextor,.-governor of Hawaii is Settled In the ^s onlv Amencan governor hav- mansion a pi- by a queen. It . . .. ._ the laUi Queen Lllfuokalanl. Dixie 5weel Potato Prefers Connecticut Candy ; Is popular ; in London. New confectionary stores open" there at tin, rate of onc a das. > rtirfcMon of Mrs. Pa\il I* Tipton. G 30 p in Baptist training union. Tlic B.T.U. is composed of l.on unions and otters training for : •7:30 p. in. Evnnini; worship sei'r •vice,' an evangelistic sermon -\vltli an .everybody'.s 's^nc' .<;prj'^ f> .' 1 . fol- 'owed by a . baptismal'service. FIRST CHRISTIAN Carroll Cloyd, Paslor Bible R-hoql, 0:45 I. 'O. Wcsl- htxiok, Snpt. -' •Afomhie .vvoreliin, 1 -10:50 sermor "The Empty Life." • Evening worships. 7:30.' Sermon "The World's First Love Story." , Young people haw . H'«.i" -t;ram at 6:30. Good program. School >c:rs and teachers. Benediction. Ppstiude—by Renick. The Methodist Young People "ct at 6 4o P M The Pastor will sneak at 7 30 in the theme, Our King will 1191 esign, He will reign foiever and Tlie .last meeting ;pf the Mission- ry Society.', until .after; Christmas :3p in'.the church.-Jt'will be a lerary meeting. Prajei meeting at / 30 Wcci- •.esday :. evening. The .pastor will 'eak on the second Beaulitude. Board of .Christian Education leetlng-called .for ^Thursday night t 7:30. in 'pastor's office. Choir .practice .Is announced tor- New the Manila school jaidflms besr 'landscaped and wo r k will be = in soon on painting the new gjmna- ' Eium Girls in filso assisting the school office there > I the L=aclmlle school, which i been landscaped,' and vvork has been done in the school library A public library has been estab- Hshed'.at'.wilson. with -the N. -Y^ 'A. workers cooperating in this .project. A room in the Wilson building was itnovaled and redecorated by the workmen before .the -Book club there topic over the'management'of the library. •At .Dyess ; five concrete - tennis courts are being built and the park improved. There is to be playground at constructed at Shavsnee school Joiner, and some'landscaping, u will be done at the school. The young men and women are paid 15 certts per hour .for their work with 66 hours the maximum for a month Thej must, be em ployed in the community ln r 'which they Jive. PRINCISS ^wlik BAY. MIILAND ' AK1M TAMIROEF. SeriaU-"Ace John AlsovCarto'oii and Drummond' \nth —Admission — Until' 5 P M— 1» i 26o Afler 5 P. M— 16 & 30c — Continuous Showing- Guns Stolen Before Hunt CANTON, O (UP) Sunday - Monday AN ADAM IN A JUNGLE EDEN! Ready to love . . . ready to protect her! THE NEW, GREATER ^ Tarzan picture M •hunting .trip, in Canada, 'thieves broke into the parked automobile of W E Brchm and stole all his guns and .equipment. . hurs'day iiight at 7:30. : CAIII> OF THANKS •The family of the .late Thomas De.lbrWge is,very grateful to all the friends for the kindnesses .extended in their recent bereavement. Must NEW HAVEN, Conn. ,IUP>— The weet potato,:native to the 'South, las been:.found to thrive greater In Connecticut soil. The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station found that ,lhn ^_nrpmi here were virtually disease-free, and' the jield to OL from pOO ,to 550 bushels an acre c an e\perinien,!nl plot Storage n presented the greatest problem, -according to''Dr. A. A. Dunlap of-the stations botanical department • s FOa SALE "Bernat" Knitting Yams "M REGTOAR. .CLASSES Friday, 2'30 P M Mrs " Leslie Hooper Ol\ickflsav;ba - Plione Wrecker •'Service Gas OPEN ALL NIGHT PH.ILL1PS SERVJGE CENTER Phones 177 -. 310 GO PLACES In .One of These Extra Values'. 1936 FORD V-S I)E.k,UXE .CO.UPE. IJluc, White Side-wall -Tires. In Excellent Conclilinn Every Way 1035 VORn V-S COUPE. Wack, Tires,. Motor and Itody 1 .A-l... - - -.:...:'. i 1935 FORD V-S DE-LUXE FORDOR T^URIN.G SEDAN. This One.Is. A Honey! . . .., '.'. ^'. ..'..• 1935 FORD V-S PICK-.UP. Tip-Top in Eycry Respect 1935 CHEVROLET PJC^-UiyAn Unexcelled Value!'"!........''.. '.'.. . s E^ch Car In This, Advertisement Carries A MONEY BACK, R.;&"G. GUARANTEE! Come In or Phone .For-a pemoiistration. Liberal Trade-In Allowance.andi U. .C. C. Terms fiQ. Phones 810 Sll Don't Let Hidden Costs Fool You All buttons-icvrcd °n ami luiiiqr .re- paiis made. —the hidden costs ,of /Jfuel,' elcc- 'tri.ciif','.water, .soaji, starcli, blueing and nibbing and \ve!u>ari(i- tear. Blytheville Laundry scrvjlca saves .clpt,hes-because of the gen- tlc sucisiiigs and rinsings in zero- JiaVdness water . . .softer•'•than rain water. YOU'LL 'LIKE -.OUR--CLEANING - SERVICE, T.OO! NEWS •>- SPECIAI^-King '- Edward's • -'.'_ Abdication! Also Paramounl News, Movie 'Snapshots and .Comedy - . ' •' —Admission— •]•"•••;.>' Suniliy—All I)ay_l6 & 35 c Monday Matinee—JO &\ 26c Monday Night—16 &. J6c -. —Continuous -Shoeing Sunday— • iMONDA-Y NIGHT IS ' GIFT NIGHT! ' Next Slondiy Night, Dec. 1-1, .«•'<• are Giving Av-py'-' Absolutely KRhK onc lovely .Dcliixc TOASTJIASTUU, Toas(cr 'is no\r on display in tiro .Ril* foyer. ..' ', , •' TUESPAY, : DEC." '15 $100.0,0 BANK 'NIGHT!

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