The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 21, 1938 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 21, 1938
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PAGE TWO -r BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar *' TUESDAY'S EVENTS Sire. Mix B Reid entertaining the young Matron's Bridge club. Tuesday Bridge club meeltiis «lth Mrs Elton W. Kirby. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS LSd,ies' Bible "Study o! Church of CKrisl mtetltn-wlth Mrs. B uric y Freeman al 2.30 p. in. \ tyre, James H. Bell having WtM- uestiay Bridge club. Mrs. Fred Rutherford eiitertaln- ing Wednesday Contract club nt Rustic Inn. >r D ! chapter of P. K O. meet- inB*iiltli ritsV A Cohv,fly. : THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mid-\V*k Bridge club meeting v,ilh Mrs"\V. L Homer. Mrs. Edgar Borum entertaining Thursday Contract cliib. Mrs. Max Wobtcn hnvlng Thursday 'Afternoon club. iWcVrriatt's: Foreign Missionary Society of First Church ol the Naza- rent meeting with Mrs. J. L. Tyrone. tsFRIDAY'S EVENTS Otnftnl Woman's club meeting et 2-30 pm. lolloping an tlvc Ifcnrd luncheon FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Fomidfr'c Day and Father's, Night Observed MissjWInnle Virgil Turner, spoke to members of the Armorel Parent TeRchSt association Thursday night •when Jhey met to ^observe Founders' Day and Father's'Nlghl. Her subject was "Forty Years of. Ser r vice and A Tribute to the-Founders.." [i , The meeting was opened by the group I singing "America" nflcr which y the Rev. c L Bishop le<i in prajer rfhd Mis. J. W. Brotherson sang "Mother's Hjimi" accompanied* by Mrs. E L Hale. A candle lighting ceremony, "A Tribute' to the founders" \vns pre- sentedibv Mrs Alice Womnck, pro- Brain chairman Jonquils, for*ythia, and other spnng floncrs were used to Uecorntc the stage, on. which was arranged a long table with wrougA iidn CRl.iWabra holding Bigtil gmdles in blut, red, white und gjlrt which represented .Hit first president nnd the 'seven :ob- jeclives ,of education 'Founder's Day" in goW letters Was suspended from nbovc nml a cake with 11 blue and Bold candles told Ui birihdij storj'.'A chorus'ol high school K girls sartg "Follow Tli Gleam]'; as the ladies marched 61 the Ft age. Carsages \sere presentee to the]past presidents of the. or grmlzauorj Mrs'(Marvin OIRUB sang,'"Com to thf Fair"'and •Lurtt 5 ' Yellow Dog' accompanied bv Miss ICnin ryn Qftar. Po!taiing a brief business ses sion Conducted by Mrs. Coztn BlacX^EJl, the superintendent o tHe,schools, J W Hobgood, prc . E. criggtr, citizen o manager of Lee Wilso company and president, of th scnoo);.!board, with an engr watch K from the citizens ot th Atmorfj community as na expres Bits of News Mostly Personal Holland Society — Personal Edward Davis, who underwent e torutlcclomy at the»nd »nd liaptist W. M. H. Meets The Baptist W. M. .3. mel Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Roy Kdwards with eleven nienibers and one visitor present. Mrs. Awl King discussed Uic first lliree chapters •o( ^"Fruits of the Years," and Mrs. Lawrence cooper will discuss tlie nexl tlweo chapters nexl week when ihe mceliug is held al the home of. Mrs. Hither Hayes. I „ . * I 1. L. Fisher was in Osccolu on , business Ikst Thursda Larry Wimp was in Mrs. Julia Odom, 65, Dies At Grider Today Mrs. Julia Odorfi, 05, died at her omc near Orlder ut three o'clock its jjioruing after liavlng become iiddenly III Sunday. IMneral scr- iccs will be held Tuesday iifter- OOM at Uic Baptist church al Bardstown and buriul will be made t Ihe Louise chapel cemetery here. Mrs. Odom. who had resided in outh Mississippi county for H nuin- 'Ci' of years, made her home willi .1) only son. Willliim ottoin. » Holi Funeral home is in charge >t funeral arrangements. Mr, and Mrs. John Miles Miller Sunday cpenl ihe week end In Memphis Jir a ' lld AJJ , 6 H . L Reynolds nacl snd Marlanna. While In M»rlahna, charles Cahoon wre in paragould they and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hud- Thursday diction were guests at the dinner Mrs . Bus6Cl , ne^ Blld oaugu- party given by Miss Elizabeth Ann i cr , 0am Ann, or Desloee. who Willey In honor of her cousin, Miss ]> avc been visiting Mrs. Devore's Mary Virginia Arnold, of Merrtphls, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cahoon, re- whose marriage tp Sheldon Hall of- lurneU home lasl week, this clly will be solemnized Sat-j Mrs. H. L. Reynolds, Mrs, Join: ' r< w- . riuKon and Mrs. J. D. Best re- Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard, who turned last Monday from sikeston .ttends Southwestern University where they were giicsls of Mrs I Mehiphls, spent the week end John Fox. While (hero they atteiiU- vilh her parent*, Mr. and O, O.' cd a -W.' B. A. banquet In honor of lubbard. Qhe was accompanied Mrs.. Fox, who has been an ofTtijei ionic by Miss ' Ila JoyLChli, .of • of Mat organization for twenty-live "Do you think it wns som'elhmg she ate, Madam?" "No, doctor, somethinu'Ihe dog ate—her suwdust." Matthews, who was reared al Mm. Huffman. Mrs, Viola Cullims SIRCEton, Mo., received his later Mrs. Afack Morgan, und MIT.'A. II ducallon nt Western Military Boles also particlpntcd. Academy, Alton. 111., from which ic wi\a graduated. HC came heic cvcl'iU years ago to become man-' of ttie Arkansas Grocer coin- Fostpnues Furly The benefit schedule;) for party which was Tuesday afternoon ins been postponed until, the tpl- ow'tnB Tuesday, It was announced jy members of thc-.Uuilcd Datigh- tcrs o[ the Confcdeincy today. Ths date of Uic party war, changed bertnlsc 1 of Dip funeral ol W. W. Hollipcter. which ' will be held Tuesday afternoon. * » * • Jllstiouary Scclcly Meets , . who is also a student ; al .years. 6outli\vestcrn. .. , • : . ..,•.,-, t'lMiss.Mildred, Edwards .spent llv Amohg Blytheville people In .weekend with her parents, Mr. and Wcinphls Sunday to hear Ina Ray -Mrs.' B. I. Edwards, she was ;ic HuUoh's orchestra which was clay- companled'by Miss Adlc Russell, o was pky- ng at the Orphemn we're:-Mr. and Mrs. pick T'bltbr,,. Miss/ Allyce Helton, Miss Mary Adah L . ; Robinson, Miss Mary. Frances qiierlti, • Bob Herrlck, •Gilbert, .Hammoxsk; Mabel:Jo Wilson, Miss cornpanlcd'by ""• '.-oH. Thef are cl.udetits al Slat Teachers College. Cupc Girardeau Mrs. Bill Secoy and daughter " Rose, of j'onesboro, were guest 'Miss , Miss Edith Edits, Miss Audley Blythe, tathahi Stacy, Clyde. Wi)con, Lee Llntzciilch, James : Ed' \varde, J. T. Sudbufy, a. W«nim'r. Council Meets Mrs. Frank Morgan cnlci'tiilnci Ihe. Woman's council of the Chris tinn church Wednesday, when Mrs VlrglniH • OarreU led the devolionn nnd presented the program. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Farrcc entertained Miss Lorcne Smith, of Blytheville,'last week, Mrs. W.'M. Walker, of ChniTee, tpenl Wednesday with her dauflh- ler, Mrs. Byron Bryant and Mr. Biyanl, Mr. nnd Mn>. O. r. Bullock have arrive.;! here where Mr. Bullock has been transferred as junior of- Thompson, jr., and Donald Kai- baclier. .. . • r •' • Robert Recdcr went ip TeJt'ark- nna Friday to undergo aii exaiiiiii- ation al the Cotton Bell hospital there. He wfir'probahly. remain: for a week or more. ', Mr.; and Mrs. Eddie Rcgcnold arid his mother, Mrs, E.'A.-Kegcn- clri, of Paris, Tex., spent Sunday In Wilson with Mr. und -Mrs. S. A- Regenold. Mrs. E. A. Regehold 'is alannlng! to return to-her home 11 Paris today. '.,. : Gene Hargcll returned Friday Mrs. L. M. Boyd, who recently ^"^ lDCHl C ' V " if " 1 P"**™- So^VSe^'T^ J* 5V^.«!» 5« *^ YavbVn- Missionary Society' TlAirs- 7. rlny Bfleriionn nl till! lionif! of Mrs. A, Hollltigsworth. Mrs. Ross MoDore was co-hostess. £io«,Dl|regret over loilng him an his fttnHy, who are moving t BljtheVlllc soon. In tfe loom count Miss Mar Euerltc^Matthews' room won lh dollar prize lor attendance. 'Jfhc hostesses foi the day scrx't' n £alaB plate to the 10 member •nho attended the meeting. Son-Bom' 'A son \vas born lo Mr. nnd Mrs. Clay Stalhngf; Mondaj night, February H, at their home south of lo\\n ;i The [«Ijaby, .\\Iio weighed 10 l*«ndSj,Bl birth, has been named Jcrtj Waine. ' I' • • - Mfc* Ittlcn Copclanrt Wcfls Fred E. Matthcvis Mte rHelen Copeland, dauglucr ol Mr?;=w. F. Copeland of Steele, bttatnettho bricle of Fred E. Matthews in a cucmony wlemnlzcd nl 1 00 o'clock SaturdnJ night nl Cnr- ulhersville. For th'p wedding Mrs. Matthews wore a^ broivn co-tiime suit ani brown accessolies Following Ihe cCremony. Mr. and Mrs. Matlhews left for St. Louis. Upon thjelr return in u week, they wll bcsiat home in the Ingram apailments Tbe, feidc was. connected wilh the Hotel Noble for some time and Jattr \vas employed in the of- lice of the Ross D Hughe: slore j flowers tt'fre used for decorations nnd the George Washing- Ion scheme was curried oul. A pinto liinch.wns sewed the' ID members present which included two ior*. Mvs. W. A, Stlckmou •and Mrs. W. F. Brewer. '* * fc . G&idcu Cluli to Meet The Isl.vtlieville Onnleii club will meet Icnljht., city hall, lo . « BCUIng,Rlon BW iccly. wM ri WM ' '''" Wednesday. Hcwar<1 , ft f, a . sres " '? f '' l5ltl " E ' s 7:30 o'clock, al the' continue plans lor cleaning up Blytheville and lo improve Walker park by the planting cf additional plants oh March 11, when Arbor day will be observed. Hayii Socielv •— Personal iV. HI. U. itlcclr, Ihe W. HI. 11. met Wednesday al llic cluirch for Hie Royal Service Mrs. Molllc Dorrls and mother. Mrs. Dora Mayes. Buddy DeweeSe is in Tulsa, Okla., 'visiting his mint, Mrs. ohas. Finnegan. Johnny Cwcns and brother, Clirtbli', of Blytheville, returned Monday'from Hickmnn, Ky., where tliey were called by the serious illness of their mother, Mrs. Agnes Owens. Her condition la Improved, .N.'.'G. . Qvcrslrcct of Memphis was here Friday attending to business. Mrs. John Hatnra and daughter Miss Siillle, of .Cm-dwell nnd Mrs. Shawie NotTcl nnd son, Edwin of Fulton, Ky,. were guests of Mrs. \Volf Khmirle and family Friday. They were accompanied 'home by Mrs. Khourle who spcnl the \ ve ck end. of Mrs. Secoy's mother, Mrs. Finn els Murphy> for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Reynolds 1111 Mr..and'.Mrs. Charles Cahoon wci in Mamnioth springs Sunday. Mrs. Sarn Ward, who utidcnvei nil operation at the Memphis Ba]: list hospital several v.ecks ago. improving; 'rapidly. The Rev. Alfred carpenter is in Memphis today, where he is consulting his physician. At the Hospitals Mrs. Bessie Williugliam w;i'j dis- nissed. from the HlylhcvSllc hos|ii- al yesttrda 1 ;'. "Mrs, p, L. Austin, ol Leuchville. Was admitted to the Blytheville huspilal yesterday. ^«i • or^d Poc, of Lench- ville, was admitted to the Blytheville hospital Saturday. Miss Lavonne Viac. of Jiolhmd was taken to the-Memphis Baptist iiospital yesterday in a Coblj aiu- iiulancc. She was accotnpanied b> her mother. Mrs,' Frank YaiiMy. ot Oxc.ol'i was taken to the SI. Joseph's hospital al Memphis yesterday. H. L.-Chambers, who tins beci 111 al his . home' on Highway lil south, lor some time, was Uikci buck .to the Memphis Baptist hos pilal this morning in a fjobb nm bulancc. He was accompanied hj Mi's. Chambers and Dr. Paul Tipton. • O. W. McCutchen uiiricrwcnl i toiisilectomy Saturday nt Ihe Mem phis Eye, Ear. Nose and Throa hospital.-He is to return home thl nfteruoon, \ accompanied by McCutclien. who was down salur day ami who .'returned for him to day. Leachville Plans For New School Buildings The words "onion" nnd "union are both derived from Ihe Luti "unio" meaning strength. It's and She Gets It What 18-year-old girl wouldn't trade places wilh Kathleen Kennedy'.' She's the daughter at the ne\v. U..S. ambassador to Britain, Joseph P. Kennedy. Because her mother is convii- Icscing from an illness, Kathleen will be her . daddy's oSTiciul hostess in London diplomatic circles-for several weeks. Her smi|e, above, shows how thrilled •> she is—aftd no wonder! NEW SPUING YARNS AND FASHIONS lly Bcrnut KKlilO INSTRUCTIONS Mrs. Leslie Hooper !10'J Chkkasmbn Phone 13Z LEACHVILLE. Ark., Feb. 21.- -A project Is being worked out bv the board of directors mill citizens' i ihrdu<rh the p\VA whcrc- frcni a^trip through Texas. He was by ,Leachvllle \vill get an U-room ; hlgb school building with •u'.dito- fc!) au<)|J'' u * u and n 7-room grade building kliox.i w '"' an auditorium, (lie ritucn; Jr., sponl Sunday in Bono as"'U)0' esmmltlee; appointed H. L. Eblcn joiie 10 days. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. L. Wet! children, Marina. Ann and and' Mrs. K of Mrs. Webb's parents, 'IVIr. ' ahd ' Ted .jloger's to accompany two Mrs. L. H. Golden. ' '•' members' of tne board, Tom Kilt Steele Student Chosen mid Dolph Oroonis, LIUIe Hock '"-. s""nrc ndenuale plans auri specl- rications'for the He*; buildings and n . . '1,16 confer 'with the , l p\VA onicials Representative i and - gK i- ihfonna,tlotl as to proper • T ''f • . ,,' ''.- ' • -•:!'• •';' procedure w to': secure PWA aisls- CARUTHERSV1LLE, Mo., Feb. 21 '• tunce. —George Prank Barnes, Steele high •school ..student, was high, ranklrig "indent in ,1 county-wide examlna-' tlpn among lush school students, to rnureEcjit Pemiscot coUnty -in the Slate -'High School student bly. Halrold.lf. Jones, county ,,, iliteiidejit of.;schools, yesterday announced, 'following completion of '. - . -ralnBtions here at his office Saturday .'alleruoon. ,:;•'; ; Young' Barnes iiiade a rating of 162 out of ,a .possible 190, Mr. Jotics stated. The, dther.-two nearest rarik'V ihg students were Malpheus W; Ow'ens. Wardell, and Ruth Fmider- biirk, Cooler. \ ' '•' The .Student Assembly will tie held at Jefferson city, Mo., Match' at which time the students will 'Ihe committee relume:! Tues- day.evening'..with blueprints.of the t\vn new sclsool buildings "and they will both be of Inn 1 one-story type with an.oiitsldp entrance from each room. They \vtll be equipped with steam heat, electric lights ami ruu- ^hhig drinking water, Additiona ground', for'the buildings and the oth"r three buildings already nuclei ^Construction is being sought and trie-north.half of the wdjaccnl block Jiist .-south of,.,lhe. present site is fitlng- dis- iVict No. 40-"is'ohe of the largest school districts •'in Uic'county ai!d 'ims enrolled some SlOO pupils in the grade-and-high school. Since the fife destroyed' the school building on December 12. 1937 schocl TO SHI v cms NOTHING NEW TO trftRN- ENTIRELY MECHANiCAi, V^iy. There' stl in legislative session in the has been carrying on in lite diffcr- House of Represenla lives, for a otic church and conimunUy bnild- Yoiilh Counts On Bees To Pay College Way JACKSON, Mich lUPl—Swarms , dny session st which time Sills will ings, it is conteiiiplatcd to linve .be presented and. discussion will be ; the new -buildings ready tor the had on the subject. "Safely ,bn 1938-39 term of school. Streets and Highways." In nddltloh, :rnn- T.loyd Slark and olher stale notables will be' introduced,, and a noon luticheon- Is nned for the" boys. Heri's Quick Action! inn UlO Progrnm. Mw. Vtota Gillcm Ud c( bl ^ln, bees BTo paving"[o,,« charge of the program. "Looking ], ig | )tl . cdllcalloi , uf ' JVd^' l ™ Back." 'Hie Bible study was given le-ycar-old Jackson hleh school by Mr;. L. B. Jeniipan. Mrs. S. E. Nolhery ECWC the history of the organization, anil the two charier mcmlmr; who were incsent. Mrs. Oln Glannil nnd Mrs. U S. Slcrm, given a tribute hy Mrs. R. L. h ncliool student. He expects lo have ROOO drawn from his hives In sale ot honey before be enlers college. He became an. nplarlst In 1933. buying a swarm of bees lor a doliar, anc Gilbert. Mrs. Viola Olllem. Mrs.' now lias H s\rarms in 20 hives. QUALin FOODS MfiATS GROCERIES We ply highest prices ou poultry at nil times. $ 1 SAVE » MONKY AT MINES MKT. 1U W. Phone 'Jl Tomorrow Night BIG ANNJVEHSAR.Y DANCE IN T1U; HLUfi .ROOM Celebrate WnsliiiiRion's liirllidey amid sol'MiglUs amV guotf music. I'lan now lo allciul tlic Noble's bit; tiniiivcisai'y ivn-ly IVir'ivii ovcniug of fun mid MI'SIC MY ANU IDS 'SWING IJAND 1 0 ' Couple: SI .00 s lii,s tax) HOTEL NOBLE * D.A. R Chapter Is To Broadcast Program Tlir Cliarlcyoix cliaptcr of. Ihe 7aiighlcrs of tlic -American Rcvp.- ullon will broadCBsl over radio -.tatloti KLCN TiiesdRy ddcrnoon it 1:45 o'clock In honor of George .Vasliington's' birthday. Experimental applications of light, mitl. heal, niipliccl In ii Canadian Jaboratory, arc sal;) to Jiavc caused trciut lo develop 25 limes faster tha n • In • nil lii ml con d It ions. 666 Liquid-Tablets Salve-Nose . Drops SALVE GOLDS price "Backward, Turn Backward, 'Timen Your Fligfit- /f ._ . atree of time in performing •,» complefe service — and |tti«refore never diiappoinf ;«^p«tron. There are many • cleaning ostablish- :menrs that do good work. .Many are nominal in ttieir charges — and many « r e reliable and prompt. Recognizing t he importance of ALL these vfrtues,' we COMBINE THEM ALL in a cleaning and pressing service that leaves nothing further to be desiredl NU WA LAUNDRY CLERNERS Phone ISO GEARS FRONT FLOOR --MAKES FRONT SIM ROOMIER No t=iiifl ipvrr on ll.tur. (,'nr riin'l l>o liiclnl inhi oroiitofgenr. Orivon^n enter from riihcr fiilr. OOUBIES DRIVING EASE ntul wlicrl Vuii shifi fosirr rasiiTf ivJilt Ixdh l filwayA near llin nnd Imlti ryp* tin ihr. roail. I'^vci] with llirrr, in llic front EC;I[, driver .'»<! (<i(sscri{:crs Jtnyc pltiit) of elbow reoin. Qf/W LOW PMCS& ffAX WtTtf I5roatlway & Walnul — 1'hnnc 101)0 NOTICE All persons having personal properly il al once. 1 will be in my office should assess il al once. 1 will be in my office 01 have proper Deputy al Blylhe.villc ; every <U' anil" cadi Saturday al Manila and Leach- Kvcry slorc of business \vill be called on personally. Remember, .cvevyonc 'must' be "s^csscd (or a poll lax. Assess loday. It. will only Inkc a few miu- *'lcs and you can make sure of youv value. L (Billy) Saines Mississippi County Assessor. Y;.;^EBRUARY-2i;v o-Ed To Pay For Trip •->, To Europe With Dimes BATON HOUGE, La. (UP)—Muon' Mewbury, Mobile, Ala., pretty ornle J-oulsIaiiii Slate University •adualc' student, plans lo sail >r liurope in June, with the excuses of trip coverefl by dimes. Miss Newbury, who saved Ilic me^ for several years, will be i the L. 8. 0. travo!i".a lauora- iry of api.roximatel)' 100 •,;;tu- cnls. "I suvcil llic dimes, not • for H nny rliiy, hut for a sunny dry,' le said, iidiliuj tlwi "it's e juurt me (o .spend money saved- for ^mething good." The sludcfiis will re'-.trn hi'Ai!- The liimjHJcy . iisli eats ils prey lorn the IiiBlilc oul. it bores jl? .inla (lie Interior of larger fitli ind eals until only skin mid bones enialn. OjUisTrxi; —Wit; v. M. rappee. o'-:a L'o[irhnil Si., says r "M» 'laughter, Dnris. Jirfn't liave any apiictiu. Sht wa« fretful awl lt:«l l.wt \v*i(:lit. Dr. I 1 i « rcV* (•oWen ..Mcrlt^t I)i>cyv- ery jpvi- Ooriv .T fine „ . - wriclil ..iiul. was ever su Doris Coppedge HILII;]I \\innyr." Uiiy i! u liuui^l or talijcu at ytnir -iiuH SIGI« ''xh'" Everything for your enter tainment and comfort. Admission Matinee I0c & 26e . Admission Night 16c & 36c Last Times Toda 'The Hurricane' 1 with John Hall and:' Dorothy A Thrilling- Itomaiu-c of iSoutii .Seas. Also I'aramouiif Ne»s/::ind Sclcclcrt Sborls. Cnntinuous showing Sunday. i»y §.' 4 ;." -I Aihl'ission Admissi"C!i IDc & 2fe 16c & Me TUESDAY 1 • directed bj B. RMWS bson. Sowii tiijb) Cwrje Btirter. A VOWX »WS. HCitK '• '"1 lallliig Animals" and C'omcily ' | Aclum-.itm Mixtincc Ue.&.tSe Admissiun Night 16c ROXY Admission Always lOo & .260 Show every night. Matinees Krf- day, Saturday & Sunday Only. Friday & Sunday Matinees star) '('•15 p.m. Saturday Continuous showing from 1 (o U: to NigM shows start 6:45 p.m. Last Times Today 'County Chairman' wilh WILL; ROGERS Alsq'Kox-Ncws * Comedy | Tue.-Wcd.-ThiA," PAL NIGHTS! a Adults Admitted for Trice of. 1 with Lew A.vrcs & Uui40«& Campbell Also selected •£!

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