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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - May 1, 1937, Blytheville, Arkansas Page two Blytheville Ark courier news saturday May i 1937 Seeley social Calendar sundays events City wide Vesper service at first Baptist Church 4 p. M., for National music week. # woman a auxiliary. First presbyterian Church meeting at Church 2 30 pm. Monday s events St. Stephens Guild meeting with mrs. J. Williams 2 30 pm. Woman s missionary Union first Baptist Church having business and social meeting at Church. 2 30 p. Woman a missionary society. First methodist Church meeting at Church 2 30 p. Missionary study group. First Christian Church meeting with mrs. W. H. Stovall 2 30 . Tuesdays events Tea Given by mrs. A. G. Tittle and mrs. Byron Morse 3 to 5 p. At a fair chapter meeting with mrs. Riley b. Jones. 2 30 p. Mrs. Jesse Taylor having Young matrons Bridge club. Tuesday Bridge club meeting with mrs. Floyd White. Junior g. A s meeting first Baptist Church 4 p. Intermediate g. A a meeting first Baptist Church 4 p. Sunbeams meeting first Baptist Church. 3 30 p. Wednesdays events Delphian society meeting at hotel Noble 10 30 a m. Followed by luncheon. Executive Board Sudbury p t a meeting 2 30 p. Followed by general meeting 3 p. M mrs. Baker Wilson having wednesday Bridge club. Mrs. Everett b gee and mrs r. F. Kirshner having breakfast party at country club. R. meeting first Baptist Chirich. 4 p. I or. And mrs. A. Conway having dinner party. Thursdays events or. And mrs. W a. Att lick having supper party. Mrs. A. G. Little entertaining thursday luncheon club Iowa and country Bridge club inciting with mrs. C. F. Tucker. Fridays events City wide Community program for National music week at City auditorium 8 p. Mrs Thad Nieolo having luncheon at Quot hotel Noble. Saturdays events mrs. C. W. Aft lick having Bridge luncheon. Husbands will Vole approval of courier news cooking school bits of news mostly personal Apple pie is making its dramatic Entrance. Millions of dramatic entrances must have Ben staged in serving luscious examples of America s most typical dish. But this particular Triumph just discovered by tile courier news was followed by the moving picture camera from the first assembling of ingredients through All the measuring and handling until the fragrant Golden Brown creation emerge d from the oven. That tantalising pie is going to look Good enough and close enough to smell full of spice and everything Nice when it poses among the Hollywood stars at the Roxy theater for three Days starting tuesday. Deep dish Apple pie is Only one of the realistic close Alps in the fascinating screen lined cooking school which the courier news is bringing free to everyone interested in Home making. Bride is heroine Here is a Gay hospitable cooking school sparkling with Novelty and Romance where every guest will have a close up of every process. Where recipes Are demonstrated and recipe sheets and gifts Are distributed daily where friends will join Iii the common in i Ere St of an old subject that is Over new and Ever growing. A charming Bride is the heroine it of this Romance of homemaking. As for the adoring Young husband tile Lovely Bride was the object of his affection but he did like banana Chiffon Edge cake too husbands Are this practical five Star vote of audience will to Nelly known pie and double bound to give entertainment a approval for the learn from a a authority in Home digestible Way with Oad Dis la lans announced for Mckeel la she wedding miss Peggy Mckee and William Lawshe have chosen the Twilight hour for the exchanging of their vows when they Are married on monday May 17. Tile wedding will be solemnized at seven o clock at the Home of or. And mrs. J. A. Leech other plans for the wedding announced today Are of unusual interest to friends. Tile Rev. Marion a. Boggs d. In formerly pastor of theft first presbyterian Church Here and a Long time Friend of the Leech family will come from hot Springs to perform the rites miss Frances Tucker of Blytheville and Washington. D. Cwill toe miss Mckeel s maid of Honor and miss Mary Jean aft lick will serve As Junior bridesmaid. Thad Nicol will be or. Lawshee a Best Man. Miss Mckeel will be Given in marriage by or. Leech. Since announcement was made of this engagement elaborate Plain have been made for affairs which started this week and will continue almost daily until then wedding Day. The first of these was the Surprise handkerchief Shower Given by chapter a a do of the peo. For miss Mckeel who recently became a member of this group. Tins was wednesday afternoon at the Home of mrs R. Babcock. The largest affair will to the formal Tea to by Given by mrs a. G. L ittle and mrs. Byron Morse tuesday afternoon from three until five o clock at a fair Fields a the Littlest country Home. Invitations have been sent to 150. This will by followed by a number of smaller parties. Mrs r of a Kirshner and mrs Everett b gee will entertain with a breakfast a a arty wednesday at Hie country club. On that night or and mrs. A Conway Wrijil have a dinner Patty economies that pie is Hon made tile right he right ingredients. Bad food Means a position judges lawyers Butcher and Bakers and newspaper men can Estafy to the truth of that statement. Tile courier news takes this subject of Cating seriously. My is quite ready to take the Tail and declare that few to Lien realize How important their of really is. The responsibility of i modern Home manager extends through wisc planning to looking partly and correctly so that the family goes into the world mildly equipped for Good Clit zen lip. Keep up to Date but the courier news recognizes that tins is a big order even in mall Homes where the wife and Mother must he a chief Rook and bottle Washer a which is to say ten servants rolled into one and that one on full time duty. Small wonder that the Nasy homemaker loses the perspective of Lier Job s real importance. Small wonder that she has no time to seek out and test new recipes products and labor saving equipment. Reality secrets too keeping up to the minute on fresh discoveries to ease the Home managers burdens is one of the jobs of the household specialists who appear in this profitable cooking school. Because they have devoted years of training and study to Home problems these capable experts know How to help other housekeepers to run their Homes More smoothly interestingly and economically. Under the glow of their enthusiasm and creative skill a Well cooked meal becomes elevated from a just a Job Quot to an artistic achievement requiring skill and imagination. Pupils at this pictured school will not be Quot lectured they will not Sec a rapid succession of Hasty scenes which skim Over the processes of measuring blending sifting and baking. They will not have to wonder when the baking powder went into the dry in a gradients because they will have a Clear close up of each and every step showing the Correct procedure far More accurately than would be possible on a Distant stage. Other delights in the Model Kitchen will invite close attention the convenient easy to keep Elean refrigerator the modern Range the immaculate cooking equipment the practical products the useful gadgets and the Labo saving laundry helps. All these and More will be in use and they will be discussed in formally while the presiding Home manager offers Many a Wise tip. Suggestions will Range All the Way from frying to freezing Dainty desserts and molding tempting salads. And of course there will be some shrewd Beauty secrets a is Well As guide posts to successful entertaining in addition to the daily recipe generous store of gifts to be carried Back from the Roxy. And firms and companies Are in Mak Charles a Temple left last week i Loc Torrance Cal. Mrs. Temple and their three children expect to join him in about two weeks. At present. They Are with or temples parents or and mrs. R. F. Temple miss Letitia Smith will arrive Home tonight from a three months stay in Coral Gables Fla As guest of her Brothers Charles and Marx Smith. Mrs. Josiah fort and daughter Nancy returned today to their Home in Clarksville tenn., after a two weeks stay with relatives. Mrs. C w aft lick and daughter Mary Jean motored them to Memphis mrs. Russell Phillips will go to Nashville. Term., monday to spend a week with her Mother and other relatives Ruth Gloyd daughter of the Rev. And mrs. Carroll Cloyd is a patient at the Memphis methodist Hospital. E. B Cire or. Is ill with chickenpox or and mrs. J r. Stovall and mrs Bonnie Cook were in Memphis today. Mrs r. F. Kirshner was Iii Memphis yesterday C Langston has returned from Washington. I c., where he attended the meeting of the National Rivers and harbours Congress along with a party of 12 men from this Section. Mrs Charles Langston jr., will return tomorrow from Bowling Green by where she has been visiting relatives or. Langston will meet her in Memphis. Miss Margaret Pruitt has return d to her Home at Armorel after having spent a week at Pine Bluff. Jonesboro and Manila. Cd ii. A it a hey. A n in 708 Vav. Main St. A everlasting punishment Quot is the subject of the lesson Bermon which will be read in All churches of Christ scientist on sunday May 2nd. The Golden text is a evil pursue the sinners but to the righteous Good shall be proverbs 13 21 among the citations which comprise the i a Osson Sermon is the following from the Bible a be not deceived god is not mocked for whatsoever a Man so wet a that a Hall lie also collation 8 7. The lesson Sermon also includes the following passages from the Christian science textbook a science and health with key to the scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy a remove error from it will not appear in 40 in i Reading room tuesday and Friday . And its relation to the Bibl children Are especially invited special music will consist of an Anthem a Awakening chorus a and a Solo a i shall be by Little miss Minnie Ruth Wood. Stewards Are called into regular monthly meeting monday night at 7 300. Claimed mate wed to another first Tiff thought and Page is opt in from 2 each to 5 Church of Nazarene of up a i. Beasley pastor sunday school at 9 45. E. Foam superintendent. Morning worship at la of clock. Sermon subject a the saints heritage n. Y p. S., 7 . Evening service at 7 it Sermon subject. A the Day of gods monday at 7 45 ., meeting of finance committee. Tuesday at noon prayer and fasting. Wednesday at 7 30 ., regular mid week prayer meeting. To the stranger and All who need spiritual help and a gospel message. Our Church swings wide its doors and in his name bids you Welcome. Osceola society a personal sheets a i Are destined to Many a Home local merchants nationally known joining with this paper my the school possible. A Ign up a cooking achoo today at any rate dont the new 1937 school. Wednesday and thursday i boxy theater. Party miss tuesday it the for miss at their a next Mckel lit me. Supper party will thursday night by and her Fiance be Given or. And mrs. W. A aft lick. At their Home there will be a luncheon at the hotel Noble on next Friday when mrs. Thad Nieolo will be hostess mrs. C. W aft lick will entertain a with a Bridge luncheon at her Home next saturday. On monday. May to or and mrs. Harry Kirby Are having a supper party at their Home guests of miss Frances Tucker for her luncheon tuesday May la. Will be entertained at tin hotel Peabody Memphis thursday May 13, mis. James h. Bell mrs. Ross d. Hughes. And Mars. Russell Philly a. To having a Bridge luncheon. Another breakfast party will be Given Friday May 14, when mrs b. A. Lynch will entertain Ai her Home. Plans have not been completed Jor several other affairs. Have Bridge luncheon. Mrs Walker h Baker and mrs. Rodney Banister entertained Futi Flay w till a Bridge luncheon at the Home cd mrs Banister when the guests included members of the tuesday Bridge club members of the mid week Bridge club mrs. Louis la Stein of grand Island. Neb. Who is visiting or. And mrs Harry w Haines mrs a. B. Fairfield and mrs. C. A. Cunningham the Many shades of springtime Flowers made a colourful setting for the party Talisman roses were Lse a on the four Small luncheon tables and bouquets of All colors of tulips and the Blue japanese Iris Ilso decorated the living dining my Sun rooms. Tulip place cards were used. Pillow cases went to mrs a Conway for High score among the midweek club members. Mrs w Leon Smith received a luncheon set for a ugh score among the tuesday club members and mrs. Stein was presented a handkerchief a compliments c Cousin. Miss Olive Wahl assisted by Lier Mother. Mrs Fred Wahl entertain d 12 guests at a Surprise we try Iyen thursday night it Honor of miss Wahl s Cousin. Miss Marie hargett., who was celebrating Lier 8th birthday. Games were played before refreshments were served. A a a Given party. Mrs i a Riggins Wai faired of a Rilday afternoon Surprise birthday party Home on fifth Street when present. Her daughter. Miss Marie tins and mrs Edward b planned the affair and they assisted in entertaining by Charles Blanchard and min spit or. A plate lunch was served. A Hornell women meet. The Gosnell missionary society met wednesday afternoon at the Hurch the 18th chapter of Mathew was used As tile lesson. Mrs. Allen Moody gave a talk in the Best Way to read the Bible. Of the society decided a grab baskets on social will a the next Mest class fleets. I he overcomes class in the intermediate department of the first Baptist Church had a class meeting thursday evening. The following officers were elected Pearl Graham. President Mary Jane Hogan. \ ice president Mary Annna Dors. Secretary Odic Rice treasurer of Eta Hargett reporter Doris Delk. Social chairman Kathleen Ashley program chairman there Are eighteen members in the class with miss Luna b Wilhelm teacher. Policeman a son protest. Vancouver. B c dip the son of a local policeman has written to the Vancouver daily province protesting against the Lite of a policeman s son he insists that unless parents teach their boys not to treat policemen s sons As though they were outlaws Well tile business May a the other Way around. Showgirl Bride a for Spreckels attend National . A. Of a Oventon mrs. W w. Prewitt president if the local p to . A. F. Barham Secretary of the county Council p t a mrs. C e sul a Enger and mrs. W it Hunt will leave in the morning by motor for Richmond a. To attend the National co gees of parents and teachers in session there next week. They will spend tomorrow night in Knox Villi where Charles sul Lenger is a student Iii Hie University of Tennessee. From Richmond. Mrs Sullenger will go to Camden n. J. For a visit of Sci Tui weeks with her Nephew. Earl Abrey and mrs. Abrey returning by Way of Washington to be the guest of or and mrs. W. J. Driver. Other members of tin party expect to return by Way of Asheville and great Smoky Mountain National Park. In a begin series of sermons the Rev Louis Saunders pastor of the Christian Church a noun Ces a series of sermons beginning tomorrow and continuing through the month of May on the j theme a things that Are i the subjects and dates follows i May 2, Quot my 9. My 18, 23. A my 30, Symonds is to general mine Quot Are As May May May May it First presbyterian Church s. Ii. Salmon pastor the Rich symbolism of the Cross a is the pastors topic for the morning service at la o clock tomorrow the choir s Anthem will be a to Jesus thou Art standing Quot by Wilson accompanied by mrs. Al b Joyner on the Organ. In the evening worship hour. Beginning at 7 30 o clock the pastor will speak on children by miss Louise Dobyns will play the Organ numbers. The pioneers of Tho Church will have their regular Vesper service at to 45 ., led by miss Peggy Bujarski. Monday at 0 30 no. The Man of the Church will have a supper meeting in the basement at which a guest speaker will present an unusual topic of vital interest. Attendance is urged at the Community service beginning National music week. To be held in the first Baptist Church tomorrow afternoon. This is a Union service a Community affair and should have the Hearty response of every citizen wednesday evening. May 5. We shall have As our guest the highest officer of the denomination the Moderator of the general Assembly Rev. P Frank Price. D. Inform banking. China a will de liver an address in the Church auditorium in a service beginning at i 7 30 of clock immediately after the service an informal reception will be held in the social room in the basement. The general Public i cordially invited to both the service and the reception or either of them. First Baptist Cli Roii Walnut at eighth Alfred Carpenter pastor sunday 9 30. Bible school Quot a real school a 10 35. Morning worship radio program. Klan. Sermon topic Quot what kind of a god do you know Quot special music Anthem by choir. Solo. Alvin Huffman or. 6 30. Baptist training unions Quot a Drill get and for 7 30, evening preaching service special music by Young people pastor is beginning a series of sermons on Lave courtship marriage tonight s topic. A courtship is it silly hooey or sacred Halo Quot week monday 2 30, woman s missionary meeting tuesday 7 30, training Union Council wednesday 7 of Church night a the Church where each visitor is an honoured Tempie Israel Maurice Lyons rabbi sunday school 1 30 pin., followed by service at 3 . When rabbi Lyons will sneak it no a philosophy of life ibis will he followed by a congregational meeting when the election of officers will be held. First Christian Church Carroll Cloyd pastor Bible school. 9 45 w. O. Guerin. Supt. Our attendance has been Good since before easter. Lets work to keen it so. Morning worship 10 50. Sermon the personality of evening worship and song service 7 45. You make or mar this by your interest and loyalty. Is there no Appeal to loyalty Young people have their program at 6 45. Good program better if everyone comes and makes some contribution. Woman s Council monday after noon at 2 30. All women of the i a Hurch invited. Mid week service wednesday evening at 7 46. Choir practice thursday evening at 7 30. Young people of the Hurch constitute this choir. We need you All. Lake Street methodist Church m. N. Johnston pastor sunday school at 9 45. Preaching at 10 45. Lei us worship the lord together. Young people s meeting at 6 45. Worship service at 7 30. Our monthly Board nicotine tuesday night at 7 30. I Hope that Hie Board members will have a Good report for the District conference which meets met thursday morning. Tomorrow is the last sunday hat we can pay our conference dams and get it reported at the District conference. We Are trying to report half of them paid by that time. Next sunday May 9th, will be Kotlier s Day. We Hope that All the mothers of our Church will try and be present. Mind your manners test your knowledge of Correct social usages by answering the following questions then checking against the authoritative answers below 1. Is it Correct to have an address and Telephone number engraved on visiting cards 2. Are Quot showers for prospective brides in Good taste 3. Is a lunch table usually a Bare a that is not completely covered but a cloth 4. If a guest is invited for lunch and there is no mention of Bridge afterwards should she stay All afternoon 5. May an invitation to lunch be Given Over the Telephone what would you do if you Are introducing to a Friend a half brother whose name is different from you own my Mary my my Mim i Freedom Nom the husband she claimed a a never divorced from his previous wife was sought by eld film actress Man Murks above in los Angeles your As she sued Cecil Sidman to $2u0.o<> it and sought annulment of their marriage. The be Tress Chi god she wed Sidman scion of a wealthy Detroit family after he told her inst year that he had obtained a divorce from mrs Emery Sallier s i 11 in a n and was a free to say. A Mary this is brother Jim Brown Smith say Quot Mary this is brother Jim ? say Quot Mary this is brother or. Brown Quot answers address yes. Telephone no. Yes. Although once they were considered so. Yes. Usually it is covered by or doilies Are used. No. Only for Twenty or thirty minutes after lunch. 5. Yes. Best a what would you do solution it a it. In introducing a member of your family you include the last name Only if. As in this instance it is different from your own. Dpi tip pm tithing for your Fui tettau ment and Comfort saturday Only a King of gamblers with Claire Trevor i Joy i Nolan Akim Tam Rolt Larry Crabbe Helen Porter Hall. Burgess and f my Solo members in have a Lay which ins Date at tomorrows services. The Public is cordially invited. Is Bridge club mrs Joe Cromer entertained three tables of players at Bridge in her country Home near Driver yesterday afternoon. It i us prize was won by mrs f>1 Quinn and guest prize went to mrs Charles Low Ranee of Pius and Driver. Other guests were i sue Williamson mrs l. W Walters or e a Driver and my d Blackwood mein ii. Mrs. M p spelling of Paragould is the guest of her Nephew. I s Burton and family this week Mary Virginia Segraves Vee a first methodist Tutu la ii Lynn Wade pastor s. K Garrett Glt n. Sup t. Mrs. A. B. Fairfield choir director miss Kathryn circa pianist pastors theme at the la a in service. A and he took the special must quartet by messes Huffman. Reeder Hawkins and Brown violin Alo Quot adoration. Mrs. Rive ail a Anthem a Eye the lord in Joe try Miami soloist holy communion with Givin at the evening ? Vicc 7 30 the pit a will begin i nos of Sermon a girded by apostle s Creed based on to Bible the first subject will by i believe in god the f Piffier Many wonder about the Creel which is the Creed of Chr hand a Many want to know More about it it my ran Iii inti ii. J. Khim Lielot a Tor sunday school 9 a. In. Morning worship to a. In. Sermon subject a the privilege of prayer Quot sunday school teachers meet i my Frida 7 30 p. In. Instruction class meets monday my 3 30 p. In. A cordial Welcome awaits Al visitors. I Iii in ii of i Krist services will he held at the Conn House with sunday school at to a.m., followed by Church at la a clock the Rev Stanley Jones of Senath will preach. The night service will be at 7 30 . When he will also preach. La 3 based at City Hall Pasadena Cal up a a a Donas new 1.000.000 City Hall is rapidly taking on the airs of an european Royal Palace. Following original restrictions against the Entrance of bicycles and roller Kales dogs now Are based. Postal it Heck 20 years i All Sweetwater Tex. Up a letter Nel Osing a Money order for $12.35. Mailed at Des Moines la. Dee i 1917, readied its destination almost 20 years late. Weldon Hill Nolan county attorney in 1917 received the letter 20 years after he had written in to. Dull of Des Moines. Fishing to by legalized in tuning Reservoir Cleveland Tupi the Rod and reel men of Ohio and Pennsylvania and others who wish will in hey called him King of gamblers but he never took a Chain e. With Money or a i c the amazing inside Story of a $1,000,000 a year Slot machine Racket by allowed la cast of tile a Matunin Miles East of Here the first time. I is in a hot tip experts say. For Depths Arr where from in the Waters Reservoir 65 on july i for also cartoon Quot Jungle Jim Quot and final serial flip sole for fishermen. Puma tuning alive with fish any-00 oc0,000 to 65.000.000 docked there for the of in number past two years. The 14,000 Are go water area Ai Large Aud Small mouthed Wall eyed Pike bluegills. The Shuman paddled by Bass Perch Crappie Batfish bullheads and a eur Muskie bet of lid in ular farm appears fan Francisco it up modern agricultural science Lias made the perpendicular farm feasible according to Harry i. Reddick regional soil con Erva tur Tor the Federal conservation service. He told scientists i rom la Western states a continuous showing a admission until 5 i. a 26c after 5 in 51,-16 a or sunday monday is too in his hands. But or could t buy his girl Coffee because a a internet can t take Money with bar Ham Stanwyck Joel we or Ca Lloyd Nolan and Stanley i Riff is. Also Paramount Toon and cab Cal news Porky car Callow a Musi Short dial Gat it est by Iek Chol at be i the i read courier news want ads latin Hind can now be land and cultivated on Hie steeped slopes. _ Complete Beauty service phone 106 Margaret a Beauty shop a admission sunday All day�?16 a 36c monday matinee to a 36c monday night�?16 a 36c continuous showing sunday to Kasday May in $ 150.00 Bank my it less state tax hip wm1 she. It n Jig a Navaei no Uke la on he Screti Midnight show Mondak ii h companies to the method pit a i in Memphis yesterday parents with a threatened f appendicitis. Tai Tollgate is quite ill Baptist Hospital in Memph or. And mrs Ben Ore Rived yesterday for a mom with mrs. Greens son Hatcher and family mrs. D. A Siler and so hos Tler Hack the wit can old and daughter. Mrs. John Enochs Crain of we on Are in Memphis today. Mrs George Adams of tie Rock is Here for a visit with Lur Mother. Mrs John White and the family of lie brother. Godfrey r. E of Pelahatchie. Miss., in the guest of his son o. W. Knight and mrs. Knight powerful Sun born a son was born to or and mrs i Jim of a. Harwell late yesterday aft j Vernoon at the Blytheville Hospital. The baby who weighs seven and a j Hail pounds has been named Benjamin Holmes Harwell and will be i called Holmes. Pert june e. Turner above stepped from a san Diego Cai hotel gift shop toward a life of riches when she said Quot be Quot to Claus Spreckels jr., heir to the vast Spreckels Fortune. Plans alter their san Diego wedding included a honeymoon voyage to new York then to their future Home in Coronado my quoted where is correction in our advert in me it of thursday we erroneously 3 bar Lux toilet soap with tee Lur perfume pm ii should have read As fat Hows Camay toilet soap 3 Ham amay with 36, i or perfume All or 19 Mcmullin s Cash grocery women Only Hitz Man Only Hon tit v Roxy admission always to a 26c matinees i riday saturday sunday show every night. Friday Al a sunday matinee Start at 2 1a saturday matinee at 1 15 last time today hodc1 i. Trail starring Charles Starrett la Donald Grayson a Columbia Pici Urt also cartoon and comedy sunday monday a criminals of the air Willi Rosiland is Villi arid Charles of Sifflet also Fox movie tone news and comedy

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