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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - June 19, 1937, Blytheville, Arkansas Page two Blytheville Ark courier news saturday june to 103? social Calendar monday s events woman a auxiliary first presbyterian Church meeting at Church 2 30 p. M. Woman a Council. First Christian Church meeting with mrs. Ray Hall 106 Dougan. W. M. First Baptist Church having Royal service program at Church 2 30 p. M. Business and professional women a club having picnic 6 30 pm tuesdays events Junior o. first Baptist Church meeting �?~4 p. M. Intermediate g. A a first Baptist Church meeting 4 pm sunbeams first Baptist Church meeting 3 30 p. M. Wednesdays events r. A s first Baptist Church meeting 4 . Compliment Bride. Mrs. Albert Taylor who was for Mierly miss Isabel Brandon was guest of Honor at a breakfast Given by misses Jennie Wrenn Dillahunty Abd Sara to Little thursday. The affair was at Tho Little Home. The guests were served Coffee Iii the living room before going to the dining room where a two course summer breakfast was served at a table decorated in the Rainbow Motif. The Centrepiece was a Crystal bowl to Hod with Pink roses and Lavender and White Larkspur and foe place cards were wedding rings attached to cards tied with bows in Rainbow shades the hostesses presented the Bride a toastmaster. Guests were mrs. Toby Long misses Emma to Hess. Virginia Tartin Margaret Shaver Mary us Rev and Margaret Rodgers if Memphis who is the House guest it for. And mrs. Ross d. Hughes. A a a entertains club. Ross d. Hughes and mrs. ?11 Phillips won in the Bridge fames of the thursday luncheon this week when mrs. R. Forshner was hostess. Mrs. Harry was a guest. Flowers from the hastens Garden aerated the living room where Inch was served before ult card lines. A a a of town guests Here for dance. Large number of guests from Page oud Jonesboro Osceola. We Caruthersville. Luxora and Pele attended tile dance Given by Martha Ann Lynch and Hubbard at the Colin club thursday night. There re 150 present the receiving line were ird with Ralph Harp Ich with John Mcdowell mrs b. A. Lynch or. A g. Hubbard. Miss Fenshaw of Hopkins ill nifty est of miss Hubbard. To farming men j by Helen Welsh liner out of Tho soil whose life is everlasting you bring our visions to reality you prove to us that seed time follows Harvest and Earth produces fruit recurring by. You tend for us the roots of life implanted deep in the land that from the patient Sod. Jve May have life and sustenance and Freedom and what is More you give us Faith in god Long Long before the Bridges traced the Skyway a and chimneys scattered shadows in Bright air when there was Only gentle grass in Eden and Little labor you were walking there through Many Ages while men mined my builder Learned much of tides and stars and singing steam and harnessed Light to re create its Power some gave Tho food some wrestled with the dream o tis you who give us strength for the attempting to make a world whose Spires shall sweep the hands lie deep in soil from which creation takes nourishment the while its vision goes to seek a higher i Lane of federation yours is Tho truest work that god bestows la you who know so Well the Earth a Rich secret to Quot a senti Ontl pc ruin right. Rescued j Ijar Ogram will be followed by a social. Mrs. Gray will speak on a use of the Bible in Public schools Quot with the program beginning at 2 30 p. M. A to entertain slate pie ident monday miss Aline Murray of Little Rock newly elected president of the Arkansas business and proles signal women a club will be guest of Honor at a picnic to la Given by the Blytheville club monday evening. 6 30 o clock the affair Vili be at Walker Park. Jewel Metcalf Bride of Edwin Langdon Hornersville to. Edwin i Snodon of Amarillo tex., and i jewel Metcalf of Dexter were married i tuesday june 15, at the Home of the brides parents or. And mrs. D. Metcalf. The Rev. A. J. Shakier pastor of the first methodist Church of Dexter performed the ceremony in the presence of a few friends and relatives. Lite Bride was Given in marriage by Lier father. The bridesmaids were the err Xung a sister and Cousin miss Dortha in Rigdon and miss Lavergne Langdon and the Groom was at tended by the Bride s Brothers Vin cent and Gene Metcalf i he Bride has taught for a number of years in the Hornersville schools or Langdon is the old to son of or. And mrs. E. Langdon of Amarillo. Atter a wedding trip to St. Louis or. And mrs Langdon will make their Home in Hornersville. Horner Ville news notes mrs a i Langdon or and daughter i i Maud left wednesday for Ironton where they will spend the rest of the summer. Miss Almeda Blakemore of Flint i Viand mrs k. D. Blakemore and Elmo Blakemore of Kennett were i nests of or and mrs. C. F. Kirkman Sun and monday. I Carl Cannon left wednes Day for her Horn in Lyons kans., after a visit the re with her parents. Or. And mrs. A. J. Langdon and the family of her brother a. J. Langdon or. Or and mrs k. Langdon and son. David left wednesday for St. Louis to spend a few Days on business. First Christian Church Carroll Gloyd pastor Bible school 9 45 a. M. There will be no Church service because of the absence of the pastor who is at the Young people s conference. Iii a fair Way to be Happy Kull gospel c Hurth Lilly a Vine its. W. O. Singleterry pastor sunday school 9 45 a in. N. W Trantham morning service la am. The pastor will preach. P y. P. U., 7 pin. Faye ores Tine president. Church 8 . Ill kill Sis. Class. Class miss miss or and Lucy by. And Gorge Crenshaw of Hopkinsville House guest of miss Hubbard. George Cross or. Toeing a sen Joyed both on the porch and in the Ball room. A a in ins c Lub Joseph w. Parker enter led the town and county Ige club thursday afternoon m she was High in the games Ruest was mrs n. B. Menard dessert course was served of the game. A a a Irene women meet in woman s missionary society Hie first Church of to met at the Church thursday noon for a continued lesson. In from Hie ninth chapter of study Book. Dunivan gave the ii with the scripture revelations 3-8. Or to offered i i v. A mime dismissed tile group a Brief business session it voted to Send a gift to mrs. In who a in notary it la. Bits of news mostly personal Prievo taken Bert j. L. Or. Ark Tho pie born Here less couple soil was bom to or. And Joe Womack in the Blythe Hospital tuesday june 15 baby weighed seven pounds de veil ounces and Lias been Joe Henry. Or. Womack assistant manager of the Colony store the couple Lone other child Sheila 3 old. A a a Lave Story Claus Mary Hubler will sponsor lakes Pearean Story telling each morning. 9 o clock at first methodist Church be Jig monday Idren of elementary age Are to hear monday Young people who have attending the conference of in Church workers at Petit vill a guests of the to Council of the first Cliris Turch in a luncheon meet londay one of clock at Ihu of mrs. Ray Hall 106 Don mrs r. F. Kirshner and family who had planned to leave june 28 for Northern Points have decided to leave next wednesday for Hilton Iowa for a Brief stay with friends before going to Frankfort mich., Wiere they spend each summer. Or. A sillier will join them later. Mrs. C. C. Langston was in Memphis thursday. Or. And mrs. Guthrie King have gone to new Orleans and other Points on the Gulf coast for their vacation. Mrs George m Lee. Who has been ill for a week is now convalescing. Or. And mrs. L. D. Chamblin and son. Don. Motored to Fern Cliff ark., thursday accompanying Jack Chamblin Charles Bright and Albert Saliba who will attend the Young Peoples conference of the presbyterian churches of Arkansas for ten Days. Mrs of is Shepherd and daughter miss Wynette and mrs Theodore Logan went to Jonesboro Friday. After several Days visit there they will go to Hardy accompanied i by mrs. Tom Ballard of Jonesboro j for a week or ten Days. Or. And mrs. Matt Mona iian ill my daughters. Barbara and Hose Mary will leave monday Lur i in Days stay in Louisville Tkv where they will visit mrs. Mona Ghana sister and St. Louis whet hey will visit her Kotlier. Or. And mrs. J Neal cd Cli an mrs. Al j. Browne Wert in mein j dins yesterday w. M Lyles. Formerly of Here and now of hot Spring. Is the j guest of his daughter mrs. Leslie Hooper and daughter miss lots for the weekend Vernon Youngblood is attending i horse show in shy a term. He plans to return Home sunday night. I s. W. H. Stovall mrs. W. H Holcomb. Mrs. Franklin Atkinson mrs. C g. Hire Imd daughter miss Mijoy Are in Memphis today. Betty sue mid Charles Allen Haile Are spending a few Days in Memphis with their grandparents or and mrs. T l. Haile. Mrs. T. L. Haile has returned to her Home in Memphis after spending a few Days with her daughter mrs Johnnie Nolen. James a Bemar who Lias been at fort Smith has arrived Here where he plans to make his Headquarters for the present. He is weeks jr., and Constance Denton who had been spending the Winier wit ii Lier aunt and attended school there where she Rex ived j a number of honors. Mrs go sic Carpenter and son returned Friday to their Home in Dyess after a visit with or. And mrs. J. P. Friend. Carl Rylee Lias gone to Baton Rouge la., where he is soloist and Banjo player with an orchestra head quartering t Here. Estes w maim of Memphis was the guest of or. And mrs. Samuel f. Norris thursday. Cannel Chine will leave today i for Paragould where he will join. His Uncle Charles c. Brown and family for ii motor trip to Diamond Cave Eureka Springs Anet i Ether Points of interest in the i Ozark and avoid. Okla., when they will visit relatives. Byrl Bovill is ii patient it the Memphis Baptist Hospital. Mrs Ida Marie Sample Quot of Sikeston is the guest of miss Margaret Keck. Mrs j s resell will go to Hui Ithan mo., tomorrow to visit Lier sister. Mrs t. L. Pulliam for two week. I. And mrs j Neal in Well and daughter Stella arc motoring her Over. Mrs. R. J. Dodson Ltd i Camden aik., who formerly lived Here has arrived for several Days visit with miss Clithe Webb and mrs. Lucy Mcadams. Or. And mrs. Thomas c. Pull to of Mcneil ark., Are in the City for the weekend having come Over to see their son play baseball with the Blytheville team. The Rev. And mrs Stuart la. Salmon and two sons returned yesterday from a visit. Tile Rev. Assembly of god seventh and Ash n. In Rhodes pastor sunday school 9 45 am. Church la . Jail service. 4 30 . Junior Christ ambassador 5 30 . Senior Christ ambassador 6 30 pm. Evangelistic service. 7 45 . We give the Public a cordial in Volution to attend these services. First Church of the Naz Kenk Eupha i. Beasley pastor sunday school 9 45 . E Evans supt. Morning worship la a in. Sermon subject Quot holiness bears observation and n. Y. P. S., 7 30 . Evening service 7 45 o clock evangelistic message on Quot weighed in god s balance a we invite you to worship with us. L. T ast. T in Pic special Organ program there will bt1 a special Organ program at the first presbyterian Church sunday morning la o clock when mrs. J. Q. Wolf or. Of Baltimore md., and Batesville ark., will play. Mrs. Wolf is a graduate of the music department of Arkansas College Batesville in piano and Organ was a special student of Organ at Goucher College Baltimore. And a member of the american Guild of organists tor about ten years. Now open Browne a Beauty shop 1914 w. Main a phone 263 Joann Mcgowan mrs. Eugene Brown ill i / the coolest spot in town saturday Only the Days before their wedding find Ethel Dupont and Franklin d. Roosevelt jr., on the Fairway to happiness. have a Sibirt ing Chance for a successful marriage. They play the game together. Noun ale sir a0 Salmon was at where he was a faculty tor the conference of churches Iii Arkansas. Do by us was a re pre. Tin Church Here arum of tile student Henat Cabin. Mrs. Salmon spent their time s ark., visiting tons. Is miss Dobyns Fern cd i Fie to fort her grandmother. I Mabel Brack in ankh last night when i on the front step at that i and mrs. Thorns where a party Wabel Fem Cliffe member it Young peo presbyterian i s Louise Ive of a Ntembi r ii from her and sons t Norman Lmont spar went from visit until to i Stie to Wade miss if Agla torte Warren i and mrs turned from attended Ila confined to Rev and hoi Brit and Paul her cd i ii a Wadi y Els re Lur ran her slipped Home of Bogun g Given d today. Lynn Chi mar Alid or. And mrs. I. A. Pagan of Hornersville and miss Ora Barnett of Jonesboro left thursday for san Diego Cal., to visit the pagans son Harry who is in the u. Navy and mrs. Pagans brother George Summers. They will also visit another brother Floyd Summers at Long Beach Cal. They will but it away two weeks. 20 Scot youths sign for Gutc Camp Caruth ers Ville mo., june 19. Fred Henley procurement officer of Scot county for the c it t Camp at Jefferson City. Yesterday announced that 2b Pend cot youths had been signed tor the annual encampment., july 6 to August 4. The county quota is Only 15, but Henley said that due to other counties being laggard about securing their quotas additional enlistment had been made available to this county. The Scot county american legion Post will again this year award a Bronze medal to the i miscue first year student who Excel is in Basic requirements while at. Amp. The award last year was presented to Joe b. Latshaw son of or. And mrs. J. A Latshaw who will be a second year student in the Camp this summer. Vacation in Hawaii Caruthersville to june 19. Three Caruthersville Young ladle misses Dollye and Cynthia Robinson and Marie Stanek will leave sunday morning for a vacation in the hawaiian islands. They will sail from san fran Cisco june 25 on the s. Lurline. Flu y will arrive in Honolulu july i and will leave there july 24, Urr veg Back Here about August 3. Pierce to Holcomb Caruthersville to. Troy s. Pierce for a number of years i Ira i met Talent of Wardell consolidated schools a been Phi played for the coming year As superintendent of the Holcomb mo., school. First Baptist Hurc la Alfred Carpenter. Pastor Bible school with class for each ago at 9 30. Morning worship at 10 35. Missionary w. Flallen speaking. Training unions at 6 30. Drill ground for christians. Preaching service at 7 30 pastor preaching. Special messages in song featured at both services. Church night on wednesday at 7 of. Second Baptist Durch Howard King pastor 9 45 sunday school Tom Bogun superintendent. 7 to training unions. 8 00 w. C Steward will bring a a Layman a Day Quot address. 7 30 wednesday prayer meeting. Christian science services 70s w. Main Quot is the universe including main evolved by atomic f orce Quot is til subject of the lesson Sermon which will be read in All churches of Christ. Scientist on sunday june 20 the. The Golden text is a behold tin heaven and the heaven of heavens is the lords thy god the Earth also with All that therein Deuteronomy 10 14 among the citations which comprise the lesson Sermon is the following from the Bible a have we not All one father hath not one god created us a Malachi 2 10. The lesson Sermon also includes the following passages from the Christian science textbook. A science and health with key to the scriptures Quot by Mary Baker Eddy Quot god creates and governs the universe including Page 295. The Reading room is open Ali i tuesday and Friday from 2 to 5 i p in. First or Fly by in it i an Church s. Ii. Salmon pastor mrs. J. Q Wolf jr., of Baltimore md., and Batesville Aik will be at the console of our or gun tomorrow in the morning worship playing a number of be i sections at the opening of the i service and a special Solo for the offertory just before the Sermon. Mrs. Wolf is a graduate of the music department at Arkansas College in both piano and Organ. .1 special student or Organ at slouched in Baltimore and a member of the american Guild of organists for about ten years. We Are looking Forward to this part of our services tomorrow As a real treat and we invite the general Public to share it with us. The pastor will preach on Quot the touch of the masters Iii the evening worship service. Held m the summer Iii our basement where it is 15 degrees cooler than anywhere else and where there is informality and Fellowship the Sermon topic will be Quot the Beauty of holy sunday Church school will begin Iii All departments promptly at 9 46 a. Mand the pioneers vespers will begin at 6 45 p. M monday afternoon at 2 30 a very special service Wall be held by the woman a auxiliary in the Church basement. Mrs. Ira Gray will be the Quot guest conductor of a Fine program on a the use of the Bible in the Public a Large and full attendance is strongly urged and visitors Are most cordially invited. Pilgrim lutheran Church ii. J. Kocim Dienst pastor sunday school 9 a in. No preaching service tomorrow. Turkish marriage applicants Are issued a License Only on Tho presentation of a certificate showing that they know their new alphabet. Complete Beauty service phone 106 Margaret a Beauty shop ii remove barrel Cactus co moisture i from can live years the Oil ground its Stor Happy hour a heat while you live and live while you cat groceries amp meats too w. Main phone 15 free poll very and Jane Bryan David Carlyle Helen Valkis Joseph Crehan Mush end Lyric by m k Jerome end Joel it Hou a directed by a eel Smith presented by Weiner Bol a a Mast Naii Pic Turi also cartoon a serial a Black coins c continuous showing admission till 5 00 . 10c amp 36c after 5 00 . 16c a. 36c sunday monday i met him in Paris with Claudette Colbert Mel Vyn Douglas amp Robert Young when c Laudette goes on a vacation cupid works overtime. Also Paramount news a c comedy. Tuesday june 22 $1 of Hank night Roxy admission always to amp 26o matinees Friday saturday sunday show every night. Friday and sunday matinees Start at 2 ii. Saturday matinee at 1 15 last time today a the old Corral with Gene Autry singing Cowboy also a Loon and serial a Rex and coh w ii Young Mph methods ask have re where the people s a. Churches. Caruthersville girl will attend Paris Art school to will present tile Rig the luncheon. Druthers i miss Mildred of or. And mrs this City will Sal tills week end flt where she will b lug the summer Bleau Fine arts ars a teacher i schools will be miss Dorothy St Girardeau who As a student at they will re in of t p program now with the Southern crop dusting company which plans to have september six planes at Hie local Airport. Mrs h. Ii. Hour Hanx mrs. M. O. Usrey mrs. A Conway mrs. A b. Fairfield and her aunt mrs e. Waters of Edison ga., who visiting her sister. Mrs. W. I auxiliary of the first pres-1 Denton and family spent the Urb i Church monday after Day in Memphis. Mrs. Waters was at the Church. The Brief accompanied Here by Roy a lo., june daughter Byars of i new York Ris prance student Dural the f on wildest Hoof. Miss Brin the St. Loin accompanied by i Aba ugh of Cape will also enrol tile Art school n Home about a Triau Aux a guest speaker Ira Gray will be the guest i a at a meeting of the to j i Beauty Protection for summer weather individual attention Grace Selma Beauty shop phone 229 104 n Broadway tomorrow is fathers Dav dad would appreciate dinner in our air would appreciate dinner in conditioned dining room 2 30 pm. C Ball fiery Green glue Ken Pong Chicken on i jump chops i filet mignon on 11 30 to Tomato jut Melon chilled c Fried 5 in led broiled roast Young Hen die Fried Ocean Perch to i old boiled fresh ton o potatoes Dauphine cont on cob hot Rolls Pear Green Apple pie Karo Pecan pie Youngb Crry sin coff 5 30 to 9 00 pm. Fresh Gulf shrimp cocktail prune juice Ling onions Sweet gherkins till with Rice to Cream Gravy. 85c Jelly. 85c St. Lemon butter. $100 Cranberry sauce. 75c sauce. 75c diet d Tomato. 75c Blier by t fresh string Beans stewed tomatoes Virginia muffins cheese salad Lemon jello whipped Cream pineapple sundae chilled Watermelon a or milk hotel Noble men it Vii o appreciate perfectly laundered shirts Trust a mail to pick a laundry where finality is the hrs consideration for finality laundering shows up Hest in shirts smooth a wrinkled collars. Fresh Clear colors. Smooth hustling touches. All the Marks of careful work Are found in shirts returned by Blytheville laundry. That a Why men phone 327 and Why women who know How to please the Man of the House always insist on this better laundering it la in for perfect laundry work and dry cleaning Blytheville laundry r sunday monday Henry Wilcoxon Betty Furness a cd to Clear Lupe Orton Cit Hoodoo Nat Levine a Republic picture also Fox movie tone news y comedy a that Man

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