The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 15, 1939 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 15, 1939
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Gg KOUB CLVTHEVlLLl!!, (Aflff.y COURIER NtfWS TI1UUSDA.Y, JUNE. CIOOJ ~ . COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY 1ICKET ,' This Ticket Will Admit MmmVlc'c Jones A Companion —(b tht^. KITZ THEATER — to see— "HU1HKRING St\cral Parlies Planned For Bljthevine Visitor*. The" v fiist of a sciles ol parties being given for Blylhevllle visilois among Ihc youngei sets was given jestcrday by Miss Mmy Jeanne Atnick" who entertained 10 guests 'at a luncheon. ' Guesls ol honoi al the arfati \vore Miss Affllck's houseguest, Miss Carolyn Qwalfney of Victaiia, Ivliss Marlha Polk of Hatllesbutg, MibS, 1 housegucsj, of Miss LyneUe Tucker, and Miss Becky Ellis of Para,goutd, houscguest ol Miss Betty Bioc-ks Isaacs Lunch was served qt a laigc l,abje anangcd. on Ihe poich Vases of petunias made a coloiful set- (tng foi the party Oilier social activities betnp planned for Ihe guests include .1 bridge parly Ihis afternoon n,t fvhich Mtss Tiickei's sistei, Mrs W. A Affhck, will be hostess, an iiifonna.1 pai(.y tonight at which Miss'Isaacs will culcitain, auu a breakfast blidge m Hie morning to be given by Mrs Hiram Wjiie i^n compliment to Miss Polk '^o Ha\c Supper • At Sunset 1'ark 'Members of"the Woman's Council of Ihe Fhst Chusikn chmiJi have been Inyiled to a fish suppci and swimming party lo be given ijl Sunset Park in Ba,sselt by Mis I o'. Wcstbiook §r, Mi. a, nit Mrs, I O. Weslbrook Ji and Mi and Mrs' Donald Flclcher, Monday night at six o'clock "Both' tlie Mrs Westbrooks and Mis' Fletcher weie members ol the Council before they moml lo Joiner. ' All who plan lo nltend Ihc paily are asked to contacl Mis J. C Ellis, president of' the Woman's. Council, who "will complete arrangements for'the Affair. 1 "" « * * All Member, Attend •'" - Club Parly. Briclcs Sirs. Ink's Davis - Mrs. Ira Gnlnrs Mrs. lules Davis and Mrs, li-,\ Grilles were before their recent double wedding ceremony Miss Geneva Brown, of here, and Miss Belle Jo E&sary, of Sikeston ary hostess for Ihc guest dny lo be given next jcar, Tiic prcgram consisted <;f n paper on "Tlie History o[ Ihc American Fins" given by-Mrs. Hiram Wylle. aladioll, hychaiiecas ami larkspur were (he floral ilccbrallons used for the luncheon. Guesls were Miss LyiicUe Tucker and-her houseguest, Miss Martha Polk of Hal- tiesburg, Miss. Daughter Bum lo : Fornicr Local Girl : A daughtei was Friday to Mi Mid Mis O B Smith ol Ciiat- Innooga Temi Mis Smith is the lounei Mib'i Juanlla Gaines of Bits of News. Mostly Personals Mr.' :hnil Mrs. .Russell Barliiuii and• daiiBhler, Wamla, .left, Monday lor .snii Prnticisco, Cnlif., wliere they attend the Exiiosltion. They plnn to be «wny n month rim-ing which Hlmc they will visit points of the Western and Mrs. Harry W. Hnlnes , .,, , this city The baby has been named I ™ s - , nn( ' Mrs Harry Anitn Phvllis ' lm ^ . to "°l ?.!»• "8s Phvll * * * Mrs. Hslcs : Has Uridse Luncheon Mrs.-Moblcy fjslcs entcrliiiued VI guests al -. a bridge luncheon yesterday afternoon ill her home. Mrs. Frank Wilkes, 'vf Caruthersvillc, was the only out of town gucsl. For the centerpieces ol . Hie. small lables al Which lunch was served, the hcsless had nrningcd boiiqnels of s\vcclpe;\s. Other nr- rangcmenls of roses and swcclpeas vseic about Ihe h.visc Floral lollies week here as Iho eucs's of John Traynor. Mr. Vlucel, who fonncily resided In this city, h attending to business. Kind to Budget Oseeola Society — Personal Mis. Havvvcll llu U% Mrs. C, M. Harwell and Miss Catherine Harwell weie hostesses lo a group of Ihc (ecu ago b.js and elrls lor a Ihcalci paily at Ihc Gem Thcalei followed by an evening of games and refreshments at Ihe Harwell hcmc on Tucscliv night In special compliment to hci i niece and nephew, .Caiolin and Frank Eludes of Fayellcylllc, Ark. and Catherine Kcnlhley of Diet | Tcnn., who is the niece of 'ur C. M. Harwell. Have Class Tarty Mrs, Gilbert Mnslln wns hosier to Ihc members of Ihc third ami fourlh grade Intermediate Girls classes of Ihp B.tptist Sunda) school for a late aflernosn picnic Hi her home Tuesday. Tables were set under ihq trees In the icai of tlie Mastih liomc Miss Nnncy { Wnddlc mid'Mrs. I. S.•'Burton are Icaplicrs of Ihe classes willi Mrs. Mas^ln as supply teacher in tlie department. Members of tlie class are Virginia Lee Best, Betty Jean Mocre,' '"Carolyn Stevens, Pe = (;j Zerkle, Shirley Mnslln, Helen Parnell, Opal Phillips, tvelsa Flclchc,, Alice Turner, JIaltie PoUei, Ifnij (Catherine Ltimly, Ophelia McFar- laiicl.; The |?ev. Harold B. Tillmnn and Mrs. Tillman and Mrs. R. H, Jones were guests of the classes. • • - . * '»"'*" Have Sunrise Breakfast Miss Wilfred Thompson Weds Mr. Jere Kinsbmy CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., June 15 —The marriage of Miss Wilfred Mac Thompson, cnly daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles Owen Thompson of this city,'and , Jero Kingsbury, siuof Mrs. Julia. Kingsbury of. Sikcsloh, Mo., was solemnized here, (lie ceremony bolng .said, by the 'Rev,'W. U Meyer, Methodist pastor, at the parsonage In the presence of immediate family anil a few close friends, For die occasion, the piiri.onuge was artistically, decorated with early summer llowers and seasonal Brcencry. ' The bride was attended by Miss Alincno I'liillijM of this city. Tl)e bridegroom was attended by his brother, William Klngsbury of Nashville, Temi. Mrs, Klngiibury, wlio 'was reared In this cily, is a charming yvtins lady with n wide circle of friends. She Is a graduate of Uic Carutliers- villcyliigli sclicol, and since gradita- Uo'ii'lias been employed in various business offices in tills city. The bridegroom, a local jfcung business man, came lo this city ifreral years ago. Ho was educated in Hie schocls at Uoonvillc, Mo., .ind later 'attended'the" University of Mlsf/ziiri at Columbia. finmcdlatcly following UIB ceremony, the young couple left on a southern licneymooii which will be spent In, Now .Orleans. La., and Bil'c-xi, Miss. They will be at home after June 28Ui. Tommy Tinker Installed As Baptist Union Head OSCEOLA, Ark., June 15,— The Challenge of Youth in the Ohds- linh, Religion" was the subject of an address by the Rev. HaV:-id B, Tillman, pastor 'of the ' Osccola Baptist churcli, before the monthly meeting of. Mississippi County Young Peoples Union of the Meth- tdtst'churches hi'the comity held here Tuesday night, i'hc Rev. Mr. Tillman was introduced by Steve Ralph, director of young people.';' activities for the county, 'Hie attendance banner was won by tlie Lake Street Methodist'' Union of Blytlicville. Tlie organization voted to defray tllic expenses cf representatives lo life young people's conference to be held iti Riy- cltcvDIc in July. . In the Installation- service 'conducted by '.Stqvc Kalph, 'ftimny Tinker, of Blythevilte, was Installed as president cf (he county union for next year, succeeding Cliarlis Purlte of Blythovlllc. Others who will serve with Mr. Tinker arc Edward Reynolds of Mariilai vice president; Nora f'aco of Osce:la, secretary; Ray Asliabranner of Manila, treasurer; Diisy Siliiinan of Luxora, publicity "ciirecl/cr. Other features of 'the program were accordion, saxbph|:-iic arid «>iano solos by Mrs. C. W. Watson, Jce Gwinn and Josephine Frazicr of Osccola,"and Harry and Bufc-rd Dunavant of kciser. The next meeting of the Union Methodist church In Blythevlllc an July a.! Betty ' Ann" 'wJillvrorBi; preslde'd at Tuesday night's session. • ola Church Call? Rev. Lester Bickford^ OSCEOLA, Ark., June 14.—Tlie Rev. Leilcr" M." Blckford, pastor of the Christian Cliurcli" at Gurdon, Ark., has. been cilled to Hie pas- torale of the'Christian, ft was announced by C. L. Moore, chairman of th'e board K/f directors, today. The Rev. Mr. Biclcford, who is unmarried, is a graduate of Phillips University, Enid, pkla., "ami, of Duke' University, Durham, N. C. He will begin his work, In Oseeola oil July 23. During 1D31, the Dominion of. Canada produced 32 per cent more pig Iron than In. the preceding year. 'TOO lA'i'K TO CLASSIFY For Kent Unfurnished, newly decorated, live r:om house, with bath. Bill Cable, 310 East Main, ' 15-pk-tO FOK KENT |-i One 'J room furnished 'apartment™ and one 4 room furnished apartment. 1519 W. Main. ' 15-ck-10 •I room 'FOK HUNT furnished house during will be held wiili the Lake Street | garden. Phone 536. July and. August. 2 bedrooms and batii. Electric Refrigerator and ' "-' 15-CU-22 and fresh looking is this inexpensive linen day (tress- suitable for any daytime occasion during the summer.' It comes in gay pastels, with .scalloped white cmbroiQerecl edges and buttons • ' "' -' down the front.. with her grandparents, noon to spend 12 days. They were chaperoned (lie group en a hike to accompanied' as fnr ns -Wlieatley Sans Solid at four-thirty this morning where' they cooked am! Mrs. Leonard Pendergrnst, cpim- Mrs, J. E. Shaw In Grenada, Miss, selor for the Intermediate Girls; and: iilh an aunt, Mrs. Charles Auxiliary of (he Baptist church, | Qpcncer in Tallulah, la Siimmei floweis \vefe auanged a^bouj the home of Mis G C Langftori jcstcrriay afteinoon when she entertained a,£ a paily aUeml- ed by all the membcis of the Town and Country club' ' Refreshment sere t,er\ed al the i Mere in keeping \ulli Ihc sii conclusion of the bildge games ini s :heme which Mrs Langslon was higU, m Hie blidge games vvlilch fol- scorer and Uts Jnmcs B Clark, ••-•--•- sicoml ». *. * Install OfTitcrb -' fiirs M, O Usrey was installed as icgcnt of Ihe ChailevoK chapter of tlie Daughters of the American Revcliitirn foi a second Icim at the meeting of this gioirp at iumiucr lunch, high score prize weul to Mrs. Wllkcs, mid second .high sec re" prize to Mrs. M. T. Burr. Club ArijpHriis Iluriiig Summer The last mceling of the Wednesday Contract club before ndj;urn- mcnl-for. the slimmer mouths wns the Hotel Noble liiesdnj afternoon held yesteulay nlteui«on when when Mrs C F. Tucker !)iid Mrs MI S n A \V A. AfflicK were hostesses for lunch! Other officeis installed by Mis James B Clark were Mrs F B Jojner, lice regent; Miss- Cordelia Wilhite, rcccrdmg secretary, Mrs W T, Oberst, corresponding secretary, ifrs Charles Petin, trcasiiier, Mrs A Conway, hiiionan, Mrs Clark, regLslrar. Tlie national president's message was rend by Mrs Usrey after the ritual and plcd"e to the flig uerc given Officers gave Iheli montlily feiwrts during the business session New resolutions adopted by Hie national Continental Ccngicss held at Washington m April were read by Mis' Clark Chajrinea of various committees Were appoiuled by Mrs. Usrey. Mrs. R H. Whitelaw was made honor-1 entertained the members and two guests, Mrs. T. W. Jeffries and Mrs. 3am Owens, with t\ party at her home. Summer flowers decorated Ihe rqrnis where the guests played by. Mrs. W. C,. Horncr, who will visit her parents there. The Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Bell' nnd,sons, ,8obby aud Baminy, of Memphis, arc spending this week Bell's sister," Mrs. S. K. Ciarrctt, nncl family. Miss Iris .Inckson of Avon, III., has returned home utter having visited ilr. and Mrs. Theotlpre Logan. Her mother, Mrs.. Bert Jackson of Rock Island, 111., who accompanied her here, remained for a Ipngcr visit, . Mi's. C. F. Tucker -and daughter, Miss Lynctte. have returned from Hatllesbiirg. Miss., where they spent 10 days. They were accompanied home by Miss Marlha Polk, who will visit here; Mr. and* Mrs. G. A. Barion had as their giiests Wednesday and Thursday Mr. and'Mrs. J. E. \Val- tcrs of Hiawatha Dam, N. C.', and Miss Kate Rogers .of Memphis. Mr. aiid Mrs. Joe Jonakin and two daughters, Mary and Jean, of St. Louis, arc spending 'the week with Mr. Jonftkii\'s mother, Mrs. P.- H. Culler, aiid st'slcr,'Mrs. T. I. Spay, and fninily. Uridgc. The summer scheme was Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Holland will nlso carried out in the tallies Used leave Friday to>. Atlanta where and the salad" plale which was they will spend the weekend with served. (heir son, U. W. Holland, and Mrs Fie I V Rutherford received ,family. They will lie accompanied high score prize'union" the club | )y Uieii son, John Holland,' of uiutttrei., m (he biidge games. Eacli ; Cnrulhcrsyille, daiighlcr, Mis. Joe of Ihe gucsU, weic piescntcd gilts,: Carney; and grandda'uehlcr, Carol i\tc breakfns,t on the bank, of the river. '"' The auxiliary includes'Charlmc Claude Thomason and son, George Tlioniason, left Tuesday for a visit with' rclalives in'Opelika, Ala. G. B. Ssgraves and brother, Taylor Segraves of 'Hightower, were misUiess visilors In Memphis Wed- Masscy, JUIIE Rhoads, ' Martha ' nesday. Tompkins, Frances Eogers. Frances , M rs . w . B . J:linspn of Newport Lundy, Betty Sue Mastiii, Mary. |, s here for a.sliort visit willi her Horence Burcli,' Bcrrilce Minors, Eva Moore. ' -' * » * E. 11. Dogan Instructs Class E. R. Bogan of Luxora,-rdlstfict deputy grand maslcr of Arkansas Uic conferring of Ihle Itllowcrafl. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rhoads. Lchmnn WilUams, J. 15. Thrailkill and J. B. Bunn attended the meeting of the Wilson Masonic Lodge Tuesday night to witness Masons, was in LillUc Rock Tuesday and Wednesday where he vis- ilcd 'Trinity 'Lodge by request Jn order to exemplify the ritual lor Uic oilier dislricl deputy) grand iriaslcrs and 'officers of Ihe grand lodge ol Arkansas. * ' '* * Dr. Mallorjl Harwell "O.f Memphis, atcompanieii by Ms giicsl'. Miss Adelaide of Naslivllle. Son Boyu A son was born this morning to Mr. and Mrs. Reno Gerrgc al the Carney. Miss Jessie Miller for Uic past few tlnys ha.s been visiting. In Memphis as the guest of Mr. and Walls hospital: The baby, who ' Mrs. Bill TroUer. weighed seven pounds, ims been named Rene Jr. Read Courier News, want nds. LADIES' WHITE SLIPFERf 1'iimpy, Straps •& Ties, High, Me- tliuin 01 Ln\\ Ucels, Si/cs Z'A to "" Widths AA'AA—UK. 95 $098 ^xJ' FORTUNE SHOES FOR MEN w N ^"-^ W 1. 1 1 c- 0 r a }r «. Brown PIain ,.„,„„, , h « ([ |i| IS A !6 tKE . LADIES' -§1,95, CHILDREN'S .. $1.50 Poll ParroH Shoes for Boys & Girls THE FAMILY SHOE STO|1 312 W. Main Phone 2;)1 Mrs. Gordon Lee and son, Stuarl, of, p.aytona Beach, Flu., are the gucste of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney'L,. Oscar Bailey, who has been Iniy- ,ne in Chicago for Ihc Mead Clolh- ing Company store, will arrive home' lomorrow morning. Mrs. Dirk Walson. of Oseeola, will return home loday aller having been Ihe guest of her mother, Mrs. John Bourland, and family, for Uvo days. Mrs.'C. E. Coulter, who lins heqn ill nl her home. 006 West .Main street, since the first of Ihc. week, Is slightly Improved today.. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirhy will leave tomorrow nighl for Chicago where Ihey will join Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Lemons before going lo Clcieland, -Ohio, where Ihey will altenti Ihe notary International annual c:nvcntlon. The convetiliou opens Sunday and extends through Friday. Mrs. Billie Hessie a:irt daughter, Miss Kathleen, and grandson, Jimmy- Carson, will leave tomorrow•! Icr'aii extended visit «ith friends I and relnlivcs In Boamnoiit and Houston, Tex., and lake Charles.! La. " I E\-ere'l B. Gee returned yesterday I from New Madrid ivherc he at- icnSed 1; business for two day's. 1 Mrs. E. B. 'Williams and'Mrs.) A. C. Hnlcy loll Ilils morning for i Comyay wliere they will attend a I stale Woiii.ins Missionary society i meeting. They 'will return Monday, j They were motored over by the Rev. E. B. Williams, pastor of tha' First Melhcdist clntrcli, Mho Is | altcnditig: a. state irastors' meeting being held there. • Miss Bertie Thompson Is now able to be oul after having bseu , ill since slip underwent im opcra- ,tion eight weeks ago. t Vf. IS. Loflln, of Kudimu, who is ill cf. a stomach ailment, is a patient at Ihc Walls hospital.'He : is resting very well loday. | Mr, and Mrs. Leslie Vincel. of .Cajic Girai"d.cau, are spcncliiig tlie were the guests of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. M." Hani-ell for ih'c weekend. W. P."Smead of CanideiV was also the guest of Miss Catherine .Hanvell Saturday and Sunday. The Rev. ram Galloway -and Mrs.,.Galloway and 'children, Paul and Elizabeth, are attending a family reunion of the Galloway family, in Fo.rl Smith lliis" week. The Rev. Mr. Galloway's father is :j Mcln-dua pastor ' in that city. They will sijcnd a day in "Ccnway at the Pastors 'Conference In session there. ' ' -.'.". Mary Virginia Scgravcs is the guest of her brother,"George Basil §cgra\'es ami v/ifc, in Littie Rock for l".n days. Bessie Lou Rose is hi Mississippi- and Louisiana for a six WC,L'{-JS vacation. "Slie will "spend some time degree upon 1 a camiidale. ' The Rev. Harold B! Tillman and Mrs. Tillman wil-h liicir daughters, Belly and Sue, went to Greenwood. Ark., ttclny. for ilirec days visit ivilli Mrs.' Tilhnnn's parents,- Mr.' nnd Mrs. J. A. Stewart. The children will remain with.-their grand-- parenls the remainder of tlie summer. '• Mrs. D. H. Blnckwood. Mrs. Hale Jackson, Mrs.' A. L. Boycc, Mrs. Arthur Nelson of I'ampa, Tex., Ulrs. Ada Btitler, Mrs. James D. Brriiin, Jlrs. J. A. Edringlon, Mrs. Leonard Pendergrast, Mrs. Harold B. Tillmaii, Miss Margaret Burton and Mrs. Ida Tucker \verc in ParagctiM yesterday for the district meeting of the Woman's Missionary Onion. Mrs. T. E. Tale ol Armorel is president of the n:rch- \ cast district. 81,209 'MAIABJA Cases rciiortcil la tlio 0. S. It] 1M8I DON'T DKKAY! STAIIT TOWAY 6 IK, CGC Checks i will) U In seven clays. HURRAY FOR YOU, HONEy! VVejEN A MAK('s HOT- AN D TH1R5TV, YOU CANT BEAT ICED WJOHS TEAl — Bpy! VVHAfRfCH, SMOOTH FWVOR.! YOU RE SO CRAZY ABOUT IT—ITS LUCKY THAT UPTON'S COSTS so UTTIE! LESS THAN ANYTHING ELSE WE DRINK. EXCEPT WATER! America's T TCRCS why Upton'-, i - 1 - 1 most popular KM: I. World-Fomou. Movor-jmoolb, .liill, rich, dclicimis. i— ant j | U5 . tious, flavotful buJi- R j,, e CX |, a Irajjrancc anil houijuei. a.'Dj»l|nctlvo El, n d-wiili choice ,icas from I.ipion'i ,,vvn Ccylim' gamcos. 4. ttonom)cDl-)u t , ,, sc i c ^ s [.;„(„„•. per glass-it's so rich in fl.uor. REWE SHCS" GRABER'S U M Inn • . Watch for our weekly Friday and Saturday out of the ordinary Specials in this newspaper. Timely, wanted merchandise for your home, your family at Smashing values. LOOK FOR OUR WEEK-END AD Reg $1.35 Men's Shirts 88c These sliiits a.rc Lops. V\\ic .woven madras, white iiiwttlelolh", cliainliray, twill elf eels, sfri])c,s iiud clipped'figures.- Mostly all s.-mforixexl. islvery one linishctl wilh painstaking-carp lp Uic smallest detail. FULL FASHIQN HOSE ?LVaIu ? only Lovely 2 and 5 lliuul ficninnt CICIH. lull I'ashioiied ho v si>. Clcai nn-,!e<,s chiffon 'K.Vfiry- paif with heel within- a -heel. Buy plenty, of these line sijk stockings foV. yiuir summer needs. Marvelous" Sumniur" Colors. SAVE ON CHENILLE'BEDSPREADS Uiirgcnus dip-il.vtd littler Chenille Spreads, I'lcnly Df liiintl lufleil .53.11 B Valiicy. . I'r.c- ' Hand Paintpt! Table Cloths Sfr.viccatic Oay V r i n I c. U Cr.Tsh Cloths. U-iimd ready fcr use. llciiinicil. Buy icvcral .-il lliis Io<y price. (,'ol- urs suiirantuKl fast. .Size 52\ O'J. ActHiilly. 50c Values, HE'LL LIKE. TjiESE BANNER WRAP SOCKS Nov vinTii p.illcnis" in , r; ami silj( boilirs, While, r and Dark Siiadrs. 35r Values. $2 WOVEN CHENILLE Lotk al Ihe bij fluffy clicnillc Uol:* —Look al the Inrge'6-inch rugles. See tor .Toiirselfr^-tvcry curtain a stnsnlioiial Value. Eycry- iranied cclo.r- liyy'several al tbis loir price'. Size 82x2 J4

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