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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - March 20, 1937, Blytheville, Arkansas Page two Blytheville Ark courier news saturday March to social Calendar monday s events circles of w. M u., first Baptist Church i. Mrs. Joe s. Dillahunty 2. Mrs. G. C. Hawks 3. Church 4. Mrs. Ney Hunt 5. Church. woman a auxiliary. First pres by we. E. Mik Annm but Erin n Church having All Day Secretary. American Bridge league meeting at Church. 10 45 . One of the first lessons a Bridge w m s first methodist Church player learns is the value of the having Mission study at Church i Holdup particularly at no Trump 2 30 pm when he has Only a Stogie stopper tuesdays events in the suit led by the opponent. If Junior g. A. S meeting first Bap Lur instance on Ace can be relist Church 4 pm. I to toed until the Pait Nei of the intermediate g a s meeting opener is void of the suit then first Baptist Church 4 pan. A finesse in another suit May Safo Sunb Eanus meeting at first Bap by be taken into that partner it list Church 3 30 . Hand. Mrs Riley b Jones entertain however in today Liand. Winch my Young matrons Bridge club is from the collection of Frank k Garden club meeting at Cham Perkins of Boston author of vital Ber of Commerce room 7 30 pm makes no Trump contract by playing Ace at once in 5 �j3 a a k j 4 3 10 9 4 2 to 9 8 7 4 �8 152 a to 5 q7 82 a a to 9 a q72 in j 885 a q j 3 a k q 7 4 986 a 2 Dup in a ice a i v i nor a by. South West North East 1 pass 2 a pass 2 4? pass 2 n t pass 3 n t. Pass pass pass opening Lead 8. 20 second Baptist Church has training Union. The Baptist training Union of the second Baptist Church conducted a week of study for members of the Junior intermediate and senior departments of the Church during this week with 58 members completing the course. Miss Clara Belle Kin ton taught the juniors. Miss Margaret Pruitt the intermediates and Milton Graham the seniors. A a a party Given. The two divisions of the Kings daughters class of the first Baptist sunday school were entertained with an easter party last night at the Church by their teachers. Mrs. Alfred Carpenter and mrs e c. Edds. The tables were decorated with easter trimmings and Candy filled baskets served As favors. The 24 present enjoyed an hour of games after which refreshments of sandwiches cake and hot chocolate were served in in class has party. The Golden Rule sunday school class of the firs Christian Church was entertained with a bunco party Friday night in the Home of or and mrs. J. D. Smith. A Short business session was held before the game in which James Terry was elected to succeed j Norris Moon As assistant teacher of the class. In the bunco game i. O Westbrook won the travelling prize and miss Pauline hires won the High j Marti. W e Burton and mrs score a Feo. Hie easter was j Cay Young Are in hot Springs carried out in the decorations and Lor Ell Days visit today a contract problem South has the contract for three no Trump. On the opening Lead the four is played from Dummy and East plays the Jack. Does this play give South a Clew As to where to look for his game going trick q84 v 7 3 2 a a k j 5 q 4 2 Blind Blind bits of news mostly personal a93 a j 5 782 a k j none Vul. Opener�?2. Solution in next Issue. 20 j. H. 8mart returned last night from hot Springs where he spent a month. Mrs. J. L. Flake has returned from Points of Tennessee where she spent several weeks. Or. And mrs. J. W. White and or. Flake motored Over for her. B. S. Simmons and Don Gammons have returned from a weeks trip to Points of Texas and Mexico. Miss Pauline Lee has gone to Gates tenn., to be with her father John Lee who is critically ill. Tile condition of de r. Jones who has been ill at a Memphis Hospital for eight weeks is unimproved today. Patricia child daughter of or and mrs. Fred child and Joan Kueter daughter of or. And mrs. Joe Kueter have gone to Leach flapper Fanny. By Nea service inc. T m rec s. Pat by Sylvia j ? a in Point of value wheat stands first among Canada s exports newsprint second. First presbyterian Church s. H. Salmon pastor Beautiful music will feature our morning worship service tomorrow at eleven of clock appropriate to the Palm sunday theme a open the Gates of the Temple a by Knapp will be Sung As a baritone Solo by Ross Stevens accompanied on the org Atron by mrs. . Joyner with a violin Obligato played by mrs. S. H. Salmon. For the offertory. Miss Marjorie Stevens and mrs. Salmon will play Quot cameos and corals As a violin duet also accompanied by the org Atron. Bringing the third of a series of four messages on the general theme Quot never anyone like Jesus a the pastor will speak tomorrow on a never anyone like Jesus in the Power of his the Sermon is based on the scriptural record of Jesus triumphal entry into Jerusalem on the first Palm sunday. In the evening worship hour the pastor will preach on a the Challenge of Christ to the miss Louise Dobyns will play the org tron using a Quot prelude a by Chapin. And a Consolation Quot by Mendelssohn for the offertory. Tomorrow is the third sunday in our four months old Church school Campaign and we expect to Send Ville to Soend the week end As guests of Emma Junior Cox who a f1 pin Ltd 1 1 r o it admission always 18c amp 26e show every night. Matinees . A Sun. Fri. Amp Sun. Matinees at 2 15. Saturday matinee at 1 15. Last time tricks Quot the Declarer makes his game contract because he refuses to hold the Ace but plays it to a fourth Best Lead on the very first trick nor til had supporting honors in both suits bid by his partner but was without sufficient length to justify a raise hence with his gout diamonds he was justified in counting on his four clubs to neutralize that suit. North a play to the first trick wa.-, vital. Most Bridge players would unthinkingly play the Deuce both lit rally and figuratively and thus lose the hand. However Declarer knew that East did not hold the King Queen Jack otherwise he would have led the King of clubs instead of the six therefore West would have to hold the Queen it the opening Lead was from a five card suit. Playing the Ace on the first trick would Block the suit. If Declarer held the acc the trick would be won by West and a Low club return would Knock out the Honor. Then when the heart suit was attacked if East held the acc that be an entry and the contract would be Defeated with this reasoning Declarer was Able to make his contract by playing the Ace of clubs to the first trick. Too per cent line. Superintendent s. E. Vail joins in urging that Marcus is celebrating her eighth birthday with a party this afternoon a could Salix eat with . Fanny her mothers giving a luncheon and Thuv a re All on also cartoon and be Ria 1-�?othe fighting marines sunday monday d. F. Taylor jr., were hostesses to 35 couples of Osceola s younger married set at the White Home i thursday night for a Buffet supper card games were enjoyed j during the evening. The refreshments served. A a a of Neal by k. The marriage of miss Ernestine of Neal and t. Jack Buck was solemnized wednesday night at the Home of or. And mrs. Earl Walker. Mrs. Walker is a sister of the bridegroom. The Rev. Don Holman pastor of the methodist circuit for Blytheville performed the ring service. The Bride wore a Spring suit of Flat crepe in Romance Blue with Grey accessories. Or. Buck and his Bride Are j making their Home at the Buck farm at half Moon the Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. H of Neal of Lone Oak. And or. Buck is the son of mrs. J. R. Buck and the late i. Buck. Manila society a personal court at Kennett mo., yesterday. Mrs. W. C. Leggett and daughter miss Louise have returned from a weeks stay at Oxford miss., where they were guests of mrs. Leggett s parents. Or. And mrs. N. E. Parks. Mrs. Parks returned Home with them for a visit. Mrs. Mobley Estes of Dyess is the guest of her Mother mrs. Myrtle Bour land. Or. And mrs. James smother Man will spend tomorrow in Memphis with mrs. Smothermon s Kotlier mrs. J c. Criner who is daily improving at Campbell s clinic if she continues to improve. As in the past few Days she will probably be brought Home in a week. Physicians said yesterday. Or. And mrs. J. P. Holland left today for fort Myers and Miami i la., to spend a month. Pilgrim lutheran Church ii. J. Klondie list pastor sunday school. 9 a in. Morning worship. To a no special re consecration service. Lutheran hour Over coast to coast network. Try wow at 12 noon or klan or ism at 3 30 . Special Good Friday broadcast this Friday at 2 30 Over klan Good Friday service at the Church at 7 30 p in subject a the crucifixion a you Are invited to hear these messages exalting our crucified Savior. First Baptist Church Walnut and eighth Alfred Carpenter pastor 9 30 . Sunday school service. 10 35 . Worship service. 3peak miss Dorynne Coulter who at-1er Chester Swor Mississippi col tends business school in Mem this came Home last night to spend the week end with her parents of and mrs. E. C. Coulter. A d. S Limey and f a. White attended a sales meeting and banquet for Chevrolet dealers of the Tri state territory Lyle at hotel Peabody in Memphis thursday night. Mrs. L. M. Lackner has accepted the position Secretary to Taylor and Taylor attorneys. Congressman Vav j. Oliver left j thursday Tor Washington mrs. J Driver will join him next week mrs. John Whitworth visited in i Memphis thursday. J mrs Hugh Hughey and Daught a sue Clay of Jacksonville Haart Here for a visit with her j prents or and mrs. J a i Lovewell. Miss Emma Cox was in Memphis thursday to consult an Eye specialist for an injury sustained last week when she accidentally stuck 1 the end of a writing pen in it alien leaning Over her desk. Mrs. Susie Keiser is the newly j guest of or and mrs Jack Tipton appointed librarian at the pro-1 or. And mrs Mike Thieme of club Library which was Moore House mo., were matted Here test d temporarily during the1 because of tile illness of mrs. High water in order that tire club Thiemens Mother. Mrs j m hut the women a missionary society of the first methodist Church rave a St. Patrick a party at the Church thursday night about 150 at tended. A feature of the program was a contest in which members were divided into three the Murphys the of neals and the Kellys. The of Neal family won the distinction of having the largest family miss Almeda Berry of the High school spoke on the origin of St Patrick s Day mrs. Orin Green gave a musical Reading or. And mrs. Alva Sanderson an1 or and mrs. Claud Sanderson have returned to their Home in Detroit Mich alter spending a few Days visiting friends and relatives Here and in Grubbs Ark while Here or. And mrs. Alva Sanderson visited John Benson mrs Claud Sanderson Stisted her parents or. And mrs. Clum Bishop. Claud a the first Baptist service to go on air tomorrow lege Anthem by the choir. Solo. Mrs. Farmer England. Service broadcast Over klan. 6 30 . Baptist training Union. 7 30 worship service. Young Peoples choir directed by Alvin Huffman or. Special number by the Young men s Quartetti. Alvin Huffman jr., Tommy Hawkins Robert Reeder and Leroy Brown services each evening at 7 30. God among you therefore be Are my witnesses Saith the lord that i am Isaiah 43 12. Among the citations which comprise the lessons Tih in is the following from the Bible a Jesus Saith unto him. Go thy son liveth and the Man believed the word that Jesus had spoken unto him. And to went his John 4 50. The lesson Sermon also includes the following Passa from the Christian science textbook. A science and health with key to the scriptures a by Mary Baker Eddy a from beginning to end the scriptures Are full of accounts of the Triumph of spirit mind Over matter a Page 139. The Reading room open every tuesday and Friday from 2 to 5 . 708 w main evening services his theme at the morning hour being a not by bread alone but by every word that proceed eth from the Mouth of god a and at the evening hour Quot a Wise Choice and the peril of a wrong a male quartet will sing a the Palms at the la of clock service. Tile revival goes on until easter sunday. All Are Welcome at All cur services. Too late to classify for rent nicely furnished bedroom adjoining Bath All conveniences. Mrs. Carl Davis. Call 636 after 4 p. M let Al c also Fox movie tone news and musical comedy comfortable bedroom 1017 w Walnut. Mrs. De Hardin. 20-ck-tf the opening service of the evangelistic meeting to begin at the first Baptist Church sunday morning. Will be broadcast Over klan. It has been announced by the Rev. Alfred Carpenter. Chester Swor. Of Mississippi College. Clinton miss is to do the preaching with the service beginning at 10 35 . Full gospel Church Lilly and Vine streets a a w. O. Single Terry pastor sunday school. 9 45 a. M. N. W. Trantham superintendent. Morning worship la a. M. P. Y. P. A6 3c p. M. There will be a Young Peoples rally on easter sunday with the Young people in charge of the service at 7 30 of clock. Evangelistic Sermon 7 30 p. M. Pastor s subject Quot Noah a for Sale v-8 Ford Sedan. Will trad lot team. Phone 67 or 936 w. B gee sales co. 20-ck-27 comes Back Home room could refugees. Has easter l luncheon. The easter Motif was dominant in the beautifully appointed four course luncheon Given by mrs. W j. Driver at her Home on Pecan Street yesterday. Covers were Laid for 12 at the Jonesboro Man coming to miss Whitsitt a shop Lull Campbell manager of the dining table which j store at j0�e3 held a Centrepiece of Jonquil and a. A connected Plum blossoms with yellow tapers h. S shop Here. It or Side i been announced by miss Belle in the we Tuitto owner of the shop or. In the Gantek h was manager of department stores to Little Rock for seven years before going to Jonesboro tight months ago. Or Campbell will arrive monday but mrs Campbell and daughters. Juan and Jean will remain Jonesboro until june i. In Silver candelabra on either Side the ice course was Frozen shape of easter lilies Bridge games that followed mrs s. L. Gladish won highest score awards an electric clock second j prize went to mrs. Sam Coble. Mrs. Hugh Hughey of Jackson Ville Fla., the Only out of town guest Cut Consolation prise a Silver Platter. Mrs. Driver was assisted in in j Tenan Ting by her daughter in Law mrs. W j. Driver jr., and mrs i d s. Laney. Those present were mines. Sam Coble f. P. Jacobs sue Brown of Luxora s. L. Gladish. John Edrington j. A Ward. Hugh Craig Joe hires of Luxora d h. Blackwood. Miss Emma Cox and mrs. Hugh Hughey of Jacksonville Fla. In in in senior play Given. A Over the Garden Wall a Given by the senior class of tile Osceola High school played to a crowded House to the school auditorium last night. Between act numbers included Solo dances by Martha Jam Cartwright and flute solos by Paul f a heart of Memphis. Be used to House ton her condition at this time is reported improved m l Downing has returned from a two weeks visit in hot Springs. Ark mrs. Downing remained Over for an extended visit miss Imogene Williams who was operated on recently for appendicitis in the Baptist Hospital in Memphis has returned Home and is reported to be improving mrs William Armstrong daughter of or and mrs w p Hutchins of this City is visiting her sister mrs. Holland a Bradley of Conway. Or. And mrs Henry Dow of Flat River to arrived this week for an extended visit with her parents or and mrs a e Reed. And other relatives and friends Here. Or and mrs a d Breedon moved this week to Doniphan mo., where they recently purchased a in read courier news want Aas Buffet supper for seventy. Mrs. Godfrey White and mrs a Ernatt knitting yarns free instructions new Spring and summer yarns latest styles classes Friday 2 30 p. M. Mrs. Leslie Hooper hos Chickasawba phone 792 to i it ii 11 i i ii i on about that ii Iliou Dinan at tin Noble tomorrow everything Good to eat from a whip to nuts faultlessly served amid pleasant surroundings. Hotel Noble j c Wicker who was Butcher at Mahanes store 30 years ago has a come Back he is the new manager of Liberty a Market. Or. Wicker who is the oldest Butcher n the employ of tills firm has been in a Memphis store for a Long Dine mrs Wicker and daughter will join him later. First Christian Church Carroll Cloyd pastor Bible school 9 45 w o. Guerin supt. Morning worship 10 50. Sermon. Quot All the town was evening worship 7 30. Sermon by rabbi Lyons. Subject Quot the Providence of clod fact or Young people meet at 6 30 important meeting parts on easter program Given out. Council meeting monday afternoon at 2 30. Service each evening at 7 30 thru the week. Luxora Baptist Church la a. M meeting of All members in conference and Baptist people m Vicinity. Everyone urgently invited to attend j. M majors Moderator in charge in absence of Paster. Rev. L. P. Fleming who is ill. 9 20 . Sunday school. 6 30 p. . T. U. The Amu or Breedon was City mar 1 dial Here resigning his position due month before City election. I a Odie Mullins. 12-year-old school Christian science services child of Manila has been released t 708 Vav. Main Tram the Jonesboro Hospital where he has been recovering from injuries received some few weeks ago in an automobile Accident. Tom Lincoln who was injured to an Auto Accident saturday night s still in a critical condition Ray and Roy Lindemann partners in a Chicago shipping firm. Who have Bein Here for the past few weeks signing c attracts with Farmers to grow radishes left for Chicago Friday morning they will return to Manila in three Wacks. Roy hammed connected with the same firm will return with them. A matter Quot is the subject of the lesson Sermon which will of read in All churches of Christ scientist. On sunday March 21st. The Golden text is i have declared and have saved and i have shewed when there was no strange Terry abstract amp realty co. Abstracts lands amp Loans f. M. Terry pres and mgr. Phone 617 Blytheville Ark. First Church of Nazarene la pita i. Beasley pastor i sunday school. 9 45 a. M. All Are invited to attend the sunday a school rally at which 300 arc i expected. Evangelist Toney will use As his subject Quot a better country at the la o clock service. In the afternoon at 3 o clock i there will be a mass meeting at which Rev. Toney will give his special message on a the Sec i once coming of our evening service at 7 30, closing a successful three weeks revival i Campaign. First methodist Murch in Lynn Wade pastor Palm sunday i the sunday school will meet j at 9 45 . Decision Day will i be observed in the Junior and j intermediate departments of the sunday school. Arrangements Are being made for the pastor to give instructions to the class of Chil a Dren to be received into Church. Or. Potter will bring the Mes a Sage at both the morning and a dinner that \ on i remember sunday menu Cream of Tomato soup or shrimp cocktail roast Duck with celery dressing Chicken with dumplings baked beef Tongue with spinach roast pork with Barbecue sauce White grape salad scalloped potatoes Green Beans with tomatoes buttered beets spice Amber pie Palace cafe everything for your entertainment and Comfort saturday Only Penrod a a Junior g Man now in Quot item r�?����%,1 v n it h Roo amb Jam by boo in i Abbington in the Billy Mauch Yount Anthony adv Xiii v Frank Craven Spring Byington Reynold. Horry Walton. . Marrow by William or Ami a Ihm turn we Fatm also cartoon and serial Quot Jungle Jim Quot a continuous showing a admission until 5 p. to a 26e after 5 i. M.�?16 a sir sunday monday from far away Hungary comes Tho recipe Lor tin Ful dish As featured on Day menu Chicken hungarian Choice of Cream of Chicken fresh shrimp Coe Tomato juice Coe Cheke of Chicken hungarian Rice roast sirloin beet Gravy spiced baked Ham sauce broiled k c. Small drawn butter Curry of i Ami shredded lettuce to Island dressing Green olives h a Gratin Poilu baked Corn Green hot Park erholm j bran Mullin fresh Apple pie with Strawberry j Olio w Cream Apricot mousse with Coffee Tea Usuia. Nind wishes Iveese paid t Ake milk this marvelous treat l already popular with our regular guests we done to want to keep it a secret so we re offering it together with an elaborate dinner for Only 50c Goff hotel Chester Swor a Young Layman in easier revival beginning sunday through Luster 7 00 a. M. A 7 30 i. M. At first Baptist Church Walnut amp eighth with Vii Vale Lino youth leading a youth sneaking every visitor an honoured guest , s tells too in phony Fortune Toller in whens your nah Dave it in with Mariam Marsh a Neo Kea Timo Kocar Kemn Eoy also Paramount news snapshots �?�4 movie stars and technicolor cartoon a admission sunday All ditfy�?16 a monday matinee to a la monday night�?16 a 56< a continuous shewing sunday la fed a. In Art ii 23-$25.00 Bank mein j less state Tux a coming soon a swing High swing lows a Call it a Day Quot Malk d woman Vav Man i love a seventh heaven a Waikiki wedding a maytime a sea devils

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