The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 11, 1936 · Page 2
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f AGfe TWO B1/YTHEV1LLB, (ARK,) COUHIEll NEWS MOK'DAY, MAY Ii, 193(5 Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs F U Englcr having bilds» paitv at country club Mrs Dixie Cnwford Inline the Young Matrons Club. Tuesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs W D Cbamblin Mrs. W. A. Aniick having the Younger Set Bridge club. Junior R. A.'s meeting First Baptist church. 4 pin. Jr.-3r High P-T A meeting ai. school, 3 p. m. WEDNESDAy'S EVENTS . Mrs." Whit Goodman having Wednesday Bridge club. Sunbeams meeting First Baptist church, 4 p. m. Mrs. M. O. Usrcy and Mrs Chester R. Bibcock having P. E. O, luncheon. May Breakfast of Woman's Missionary Society, First Methodist church, on lawn of U. S. Binn£on home. Church of Christ Bible study meeting with Mrs. Burlcy l^ree- man, 2:30 p. m. Altar Society of Church of the, Immaculate Conception having bingo party, 8 p. in., at hall. THURSHfty-R EVKNTS Mrs. Everett B. Ciee having Thursday Luncheon club. Mid-Week Bridge club mcSting with Mrs. Harry W. Haines, Mrs. F. B. Joyner hostess to Thursday Contract club. Mrs. Samuel C. Owen having Thursday Afternoon Bridge club, Mrs. W. D. McClurkln cnlcrtntn- jng Thursday Bridge club. Women' of the. First Church of the Ns'iznrcnc meeting at church.< ritiJATt'S BVKNTS Woman's chili having bcnciit •bridge" and rook party, at hut, 7:30 p. m. '36's Classiest Styles ['Creature Print i Miss La in a Clowcici To Wed Randolph King Announcement was rmuie todiiy of Hie engagement, of Miss Lawn Crcudcr to Jiuon Knmlolpli .Kins, of JncUou Tum Tin' wcd;l>i]tc ulll (nke place Sitlurchv ni^ht May.'Sa, at. the home of Mr. nnd Mis Ma\ Pirks on Soulh Llcvcntl) street. The nttractivc bride-elect, who Is the diuigliter of T. .J. Crowdi-r. of St. Louis, nii'd Mrs. T. J. Crondci, of thti city, Vms resided hcie It|1 a number of years. Mr King \\ho Is Hie sou of Mi nml Mis William Leo .King of Jackson, Tcnn., \vns rented liV 'tint'citj * Hn> rrtclucd'* his Outer education .it Uniofi Uimcrjltj. Jackson. He \vns connected'with the Hotel Noble here Inst fnl' and iis no\v bookkeeper lor the West Tennessee Power nnil Light company,' at Jackson, where they will make their home, Tlic marriage will be quietly solemnized with'only'members of the families present, be no attendants. There will 1-nuicis M Oxrpcnlcr Weds Columbia, .Term., Girl. Announcement 'has been made of the marriage of Miss 'Louise Stokes, of Columbia, Tcnn., to Francis M. Carpenter, formerly of here and now of Clarksvillei Trnn. The marriage was solemnized at the bride's home on April 11 Charming frocks of cvisp organdy are guaranteed to make sweet girl graduates look even sweeter. The attractive, ta-riinicd, pin-dotleci Swiss organdy creation at the left is trimmed with red grosgrnin boll and i;qw to nutlcti the diminutive red dots on the while background. The other model (right) is In pale yellow, shadow print. Swiss organdy willi :ui all-over lioiiil design in white. H'.s trimmed with n, t dcep blue (affeta snsli. The square collar, Ilyaway sleeves nnd softly 'shirred bodice arc important features. 'This come.s in while, .', irlmmrd \vllh while, ns well 'as in yellow and other pastels, Osceola Society — Personal Mrs. n,' n. WcrlH was hostess lo six tul.'lcs of bridge - Saturday aflcri'oon In honor of. her Kistor- hi-luw, Mrs. Oliiiid W. Cnlllcnlt of Nashville, Tcmv Oft,of town Kiicsls were Mrs. T. 1). Will-ins ,ind Mrs. Randall Nickels from Lu.xora; Misses Moiila Hughes. Frances Miller, Ruth .Ware ami Mary Emma Hood, Mmes. p, H. Jc-yner, Russell Farr, Rlvcs Allen nnd Fred Sandcfur of niy- thcvlllc. Highest scoi'e was made by Mr.i. SanUcfnr and second prize w:w won by Mrs. Edward acgravcs of Osceola. Mrs. George Dlckerson was awarded the traveling prtaj the honorce was presented a gift, The Osccola chapter of the Eastern Star order had ii Mother's Day prog mm Tuesday night when a program, arranged by Mr; E. R, Began, wns given. Numbers included: a piano solo "Medley of Mother Songs" Mrs. Mastln; reail- inM "Our Mothers" Mrs, Began; duet ''Mdllier Machree" Mmes, Kelly and Chiles; rending "Your Mother an<l Mine" Mis. Fowlei. Mrs, Dogan asked all molhers present- to face the east, as she presented them red roses In memory of' the night. The sccrctaiy was Instructed to send Mother Day timls to • mothers of the : fraud matron and (he grand, .patron anil to mothers of Osceola miSm- tcrs. lo whom the piogram wns dedicated. Mr. and Mrs u-om, of llic J. A. Aslilln chapter, were Riirals.•.''The - altcndance gill was wen by Mrs. Grace Moore. It -was announced that the yrnnrt matron "II! visit fllylheville Juno 22' when Ihe Oi-ccola, J. A. Aslilin and .Bly- 'hcvillcchapters will be hostesses. -* * * Mrs. Ed Qnlnn wns hostess to the senior class of the htc-ii schcol at a theatre party ••'ami bi'ffct supper at her hcnic Friday night in special compliment to Miss .Ethel Brtckey. barnyard is glorified in * this plk sheer animal prin of white roosters, birds and bun nics instead of, traditional dot on ' black. The vest " and thre pleated tiers arc of, a twin priD on a red 1 ground.. ' ~.- ~' Mr. ami Mrs. Charlie Oarier| £• ^fL "i. C are the parents of a baby danpli- homc. "Windover Terrace," Frida aflornoon. Mrs. H. J. -Hale wo high score prize, and Mrs. Gcorg Williamson of Memphis w; awarded the guest prize. Mi Hugh Craig was a g'uc'sl. Mrs. !/. D. Massey was hoste to three tables of bridge Fridi afternoon. Mrs. -Wclby Yom won the chin prize and Mrs. ^ Osceolan Chosen ' Presi- denl at Meeting of Club Women Here Saturday Mrs. S. M. Hodges, of Osccola, elected president of • the ounty Federation of Women's ubs in a nicclng Saturday tit c home of Mrs. S. S. Slernberg, e retiring president. Other of- 'crs named were: Mrs. A. E oblnson, Leachvllle, first vlce- esldcnt; Mrs. D. N. Morris, yVll- iii, second vice-president; Mrs F. Dlomcycr, Blytlievlllc, record,- ig secretary; Mrs. Ted Rogers eachvillc. treasurer;' Mrs. R. H ones, Osccola, reporter; Mrs. J t. Bader, Blytlievlllc, hlsorlan [is. A. J. Cole, Wilson, parlla- icntarian; Mrs. Sternberg. . fcd- •ation director. The correspond B secretary will be appointed by L's. Hodges. Candidates for county office- ill be asked to make public state lenls of their position in regan probation worx, computsoi y ducation, law enforcement an Ighway beantincatloj). It was de- ileci by the group, which endors- s these four projects. Mrs. J. W. Edrington, of Oscc- la, Mi's. Jones, Mrs. Sternberg, Irs. Robinson, and Mrs. J. D. Mc- {ciulc, of Wlkon, were named a ommittee to cooperate with simi- groups from other organize ions In the county in Centennial bservances throughout 1936. It was recommended that Frl- lay. May 29, be observed as Home loining Day for fonner residents f the county in connection with he Centennial celebration 'at Osccnla. . --%; Messages of condolence 1 were rated sent Mrs. W. E. Hunt, i of Osccola, and Mrs. McKcnzie, upon he. deaths of their brother : and 'ather. respectively. This federation :s made up of .he Wilson Cooperative club, the Jscecla Progressive club, tlie -eachvillc Civic: League and the Blylhcvillc Woman's club. Rep- •CEcntativcs of, these organizations who attended the meeting, wcr< 3uests of Mrs. Stcrnberg for luncl: following the meeting. E. Whllwortli, amt Mrs. 1'. H. and daughter, Mrs. Dunham, re- Acton, were entertained by Mrs. ! turned home last night. H. G. Paiilow for a luncheon In-1 John Miller, of Mqinphis, spent, stead of the usual afternoon par- the weekend'with Mrs. Miller, y. ' ' ,' [ . H. llighfill spent yesterday in Early .'summer flowers'- decorated Trenton, Teiin., wllh 'relatives of Mr. Carpenter, who Is no\v connected with an acUortisinj syndicate,'; and his brklc plan to visit his-parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Carpenter, at Marked Tree within a few weeks. He resided here fp; a number of years. * « • Mas- Breakfast I'lans Completed. iictnllccl plans/for the annual May breakfast of the Woman'c Missionary society of the First Methodist church have been corn- plot cd. . The a flair, which promises to be an. unusually successful one. will begin at 5:30 o'clock. Breakfast will be served under Ihe trees on the U. S. Branson lawn with members of the sponsoring group in charge. Mrs. Riley B. Jones, president of the society, is chairman of the committee In charge, assisted by the circle chairmen and-a-'large corp of other members. More than' n . hundred are expected to attend. Monev frcm the breakfast will go to the fund for the chi'rch indebtedness. The society is : attempting to ratsc' S500 this year * « » Club Has a Dinner Party Mr. and Mrs. Rcnkcrt \Vtlen- fcamp cntcrtAincd members of the Young Matrons club and their husbands with a dinner parts Thursday night. Mrs. Parllow's house. " III the bridge gumes -Mrs. Ac-' ton won the pri/.e, lingerie. * * * Jr.-Sr. IV T. A. TB Inslall 'Officrre. , Crtlccis f'or Ihe new school \car will be installed at a meeting of Ihe Junior-Senior High Parent Teacher association Tuesday afternoon, 3:30 o'clock, at the high school. • Has Uitlliday Parly | Ihe late.Mrs. Htghfill.: 'Mrs. Emma UurncyilVas gone.lo Manshcld, Mo., where she is to make her home. She formerly lived there before ..coining hero to make tier home with • her son, P. E, Cooley, and family. Mr. and Mii P. A. Watcrmaii, of Memphis, -were .guests of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Lenll for tho weekend. " '•'.'• Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roc, of Memphis, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodson. ler born at the home Qf Mrs. Carter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T; R. Tindlc. on Saturday. She has been named Gertrude Catharine. -.. . , ii; ...Miss Louise Jones and Ernqst Ohbrig. of Memphis, were giU'sfa of Miss Jones' parcul's.' Mr. aiiil Mrs. R. II. Jones, Sunday. S. L. Giadisii was n business visitor in Little Hock Friday. Mrs. Kate Evans of West Lafayette, ' Ind., who has been the giiest of her niece, Miss Emilia Cox, for several weeks, left for her home today. ' </Mr. and Mrs. LoVls Gwaltnby and children, Lainar and Evalim; Ward, of Mena, spent the weekend with (heir (larcnls, Mi-.'and Mrs. J. L.. Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Morris SllrciTiclcl had as Iheir guests yesterday. Mrs. Evelyn Bisno of Chicago nnd Mr. and . Mrs, Ralph Bisno awl son of Memphis. Mkvs yAirjucrllc Po)ic enler- S. Wilson jr., of Little Rock w an out of town guest.- Mmes^ John Rlrington, R. Jones and E. A. Teaford attendc the meeting of the Mississip County Federation of Womci clubs . in Blythcville Saturday. Peggy Jean White, daughter'of! Mr - and M «. Jesse Stilt return- Mr, and Mrs. Ben White, celebint-1 « l Saturday froifi 'New Orleans ccl her" 13th birthday Friday nlghl, 1 wllcre "icy attended the meeting oy-having a slumber party with o( lhc Inlcrnntlonnl Holcl Grect- thcso thirteen guests: June "work-1 °'' s "ssocUtlon. nan; Wanda nnd Mnrjorie Kcllcj'' Drs - c :»'l and 'Edna Nles'lcft _ if Stcelc, Alice McFall Betty this Rfcrnoon for n six weeks' lonncr to the monthly meeting lained her two-table bridge club Saturday night. High score was made by Mrs. Bob Kendrick niid second prize was won by Miss Edna Ayers. Nathan Wcinberg and Morris Silveifleld were hosts on Thursday night, at the home o[ the Demonstration Clul) News Notes Zionchecks In Deep Water Ketscr News Notes Tlic senior class of Kelscr higl school, accompanied by E. C. Gar The lirenrcssiblc Marion A. Zionchcck, Seattle congressman, and Jiis Irresistible bride, arc pictured in deep water at Miami, wh^rc . "iliey are honeymooniv.s. Tho deep water in this case wan on the beach instead of traffic courts. Marriage has so reformed the ripccdiur; solon that he has ottered S1CO to any Miami policeman who catches him violating a traffic iTle. Ehcrrick is resigning because of her approaching marriage. Mrs. -Lena Holt returned Wednesday from a visit In St. Louis, with her sisters, Mrs. J, W. Tote and Mrs.'P. H. Hess. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lorring of Dyess, who were visiting in Illinois. , Mrs, Merrill Polk and Iraby have returned from' an extended visit with her mother in Stuttgart, Ark. Ccarl Corlcy returned Friday from Los Angeles, Calif. The annual Junior-Senior banquet look place In the auditorium A weekly paper published In California is known as the Walnut Kernel. loh they National Park. From there went 'to the new Pickwick relt, sponsor, left Friday mornin of the school Tuesday night. Tain one of the school buses for Shi-1 bies were decorated in the senior olors,, pink and white with ccn- erpieccs of pink roses. Speeches vere made by Edwin Bruce, president, of the Junior v class, Willie Ralph Ferguson, president .of the senior .class, Ben Moore, valeclic'- .orian, and Chartcy Pittman, class poet. Glenn Jeffery sang a solo and Huth Childs played a piano selection. -Tableaux ..showing the Mcsclcy Club Mccls. • '' Thursday afternoon members of the Mcselcy Home Makers club concerned themselves chiefly wilh getting the yard ready for flowers. After meeting, a number of the .women in a ^roui) called upon Mrs. W. C. Poscy, who was ill. Regular meeting of the club will br at the club liou.se Thursday afternoon when more Improvements in the club house will be made. There will be worthwhile discussion of home making interests. Campbell. Marilyn Jackson, 'Betty, m °| 01 ' „''',!> through^ the west. They Isaacs, Dorothy Cross, Sara Lou'"'" ""' "'"" "' "' '" ' McCulchen, Lafctm May, Peggy gUColj. first stop nt Phoenix nnd n, Arizona, before going to Jurks and June White ".San Dtrgo for the fair, to,Mexico, .Sandwiches, cakes and candy lh ™ to Los Angeles, where they were served for a midnight feast wi " vlsit fl ' icn ds in Hollywood bc- ind..Saturday mornin? the girls forc B0i " 8 lo San Francisco-and moloml to (be river "at Barficld I t!lcn °" "'' tllc 1 ' ftcinc const lo where they cooked breakfast ami Port A "8 cl ", ^yash. r where they of tlic B'Nai B'Rith lodge Thirty ' Manila, Blyihcvillo later drove to Slceie. Bits of News Mostly Personal will be guests of pr. Carl Nics' brother. They will' return homo by the v,-»y'of Salt Lake City. Mrs. Hiram Wylie and daughter, Heard, have gone to Greenwood and oilier iwints of Mississippi lor a visit with relatives. . • Mrs. W. B. McMullin is con- \alcsciiiB following several . weeks ' Biiests from nnd Luxora were proscm. '[-|ic guest speaker at this meeting wn Habbi CioWbcrg of the Hebrew Union College Cincinnati. ' Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Wilson jr., and children of Little Rock, were here for the weekend with Mrs. Wilson's parents; Mr. aim Mrs l.an Williams. ' Mrs. F. p. Jacobs pntcrlatnedl- hcr bridge club at. her country |> Girl, a, Hooks 32-roimder OREGON CITY, Ore. <UP) — Enid Sullcrbon. 9 years old, successfully landed a 32-pound salmon in the Willamette River here. She did the job alone except for a little help from her father In getting'the Dig fish into the boat Dam and on down into Alabama to Musvcle Shoals, returning to Kelscr Si\tiirday ; night. ' Mrs. W. W. Watson jr., entertained six tables of bridge at her home Thursday night. Mrs. Fred Crockett won high score for ladies and Merrill Polk for men.~ 'Misses Sallyc Crisp, Olivia Harris, Dorothy Cheek, Sue Wood, arid Kathcrine Spurgeon entertained the faculty" of the Keiscr school" with- a steak 'fry at Glider Park Friday evening. Other guests were Spcnce Williams, Lcm Gates, Bobbie Jones, Jimmie Goodrich, and Bob Crews. The Keiser school board has elected the' following teachers for the 1936-37 school year: W. B Pigg, superintendent; Miss Florence Powell and John P. Keiscr, co-principals; E. C. Garrett, coach and history; Miss Suo " Wood home economics; E. Walker Reeves, agriculture;. . Miss Olivia Harris, seventh grade; Miss' Sarah Frances Morehead, sixth ',-, grade Miss Nettie Bush Adams, lift! grade; Mrs. Spcnce Williams fourth grade; Mrs. W. E. Pigg am Miss Dorothy Cheek, Ihlrd grade Miss Kathcrine Spurgeon and Miss Sue Whipple, second grade; Mis? Mary Alice Slultlo and Miss Elizabeth ,Ison. first srade; Miss Ha Verne Crisp, music. Miss Tommic KVKKY DAY PRICES Kodak finishing—any size 8x rdll finished complete. 38c Post card Men and apes arc the only creatures whose eyes can be focused for varying distances. iMolhcr's Day Special 8x10 Jfrumoil Portrait 50 A "d Tll!s Coupon Groups 50c Extra Ofler Goud Only Until May 10 KELT'S ART STUDIO. outstanding events in lives of the seniors were presented at Lhe- close of the program. Java is the most thickly populated country in the world. It has 821 persons lo the square mile.. Courier News Classified Ads Pay. Everything for Your Entertainment .:* and Comfort .| COOLEST SI'OT IN TOWi\M FOR DISTINCTIVE BEAUTY SERVICE Call 105 MAUGAKKT'S BEAUTY SHOP Ingram Bldg. photographs. '2 for dozen. Stan-.;-,.-, 25c or SI per lOc. ' Wylie Picture Shop Across From Hoxy Theatre Lovely peonies and roses decorated the luing room where the .small tables were arranged. In the card games, which followed Mrs. Joe G. Triescliman woi perfume for ladles'.high and men; high, a tic, .went to Max B. Ueid. * * • To Compliment Sl'lcr Mrs F Ii. Englcr Is having a Dr'dge party at the country club Tuesday afternoon to introduce her sister, Mrs. M. I. Hellmulh, of Belhillc, Tcxis, who with Mr. Hellmulh, arriud todaj to visit Mr. and - Mrs. John H. Tani.il nd srnnrt son, Hubert: Fly, ol! West Memphis, and their son. in I law, Hubert Fly, of Memphis, v;ere ( here yesterday as guests of .Mr. inci Mrs. O. C. Ganske. Mrs, Allen Pickard- and Mrs.i Jimmie Peterson were called to ; Biorasville, Tenn.,- last night be-1 caufe of. the critical illness of! tlioir mother. Mr. Pickard accom- I p;>nicd them. | | Mrs. Eula Rutledsc and Mrs. M.! and Mrs Engler weeks. for two Archer and Iheir guests, Mr. mm , Mr.-,, J. o. Hocsgcn ol St. Louis, and Mrs. Lochbihler, of Toltdo, i 0., have returned from Jonesboro where they spent a short time 1 with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rut- ( ledge. - i l>r. Fred Child is in Little Rock for a meeting of the state dental association. He will return Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pilctrecn and Jones J. Dunham, of Mom- phis, who spent the weekend wilh Mr. and Mrs. J. Ernest Hasten 6ALA HEADQUARTERS FOR THE GAYEST COTTON CARNIVAL EVER! NEW LOW RATES ^lai cluh Tart) i T Members of tho' Thursday Alt- fmoon Bridge club and. Ivro guests, Mrs Clifford Joyncr of; Ijnton City, tfnn. jviio Ls visit-1 ing her pa/ents, Mr.| and Mrs. J. PICKARD'S GROCERY OUR MEATS ARE AS GOOD AS THE BEST THEY MUST SATISFY -Staple & Fancy Groceries 1044 Chlckasawba 673 Rcc Brand Insect Powder; kills crawling imccts 32$? quicker. because it's ground liner—into more killing particles per ounce. Ask for it by name. Kill Flying Insects wilh B«o ', more pyrcllirinR). McCormick (f Co.," fnc.; Qaltirewf*. Md. -• T w V V •T. From $2.00 Per Day Double From $3.00 P e r D a y Single ^ TWO BIG BANDS * JOHNNY HAMP^ JOE CAPPO "J hi» J e.d hi, world-famous orcSesr^ (9 Egypiian Serenadeis RESERVATIONS HOW FRANK R. SCHUTT, VICE PRESIDENT AND GENIAL WAMAGER Linen Suits, more than any other kind, require Quality Cleaning. Tho special care we take in finishing linen suits is evidence that "Quality Cleaning" is mure than ii motto here. It's part of our contract with every customer. Barnes'' NU-WA CLEANERS Phone 180 Last Time Today Al Jolson in 'The Singing Kid' With Edward Evcrcll Hor-,' (on, Allen Jenkins, The Yacht : c Club lioya, Chiiro T)ndd and Cah Galloway and his Or- • chcslra. I'aramoiinl News and Jlajor . Howes' Aiiialcur Theatre ot Air j i Jlaliiicc—ID & ire—Wilh Ic Tax ' Night—10 & 3£c—With Ic Tits |. TUESDAY ONLY BANK NIGHT! THE WEDDING-THAT .SHOULD HAVE ,-BEEH HERS! Ihe • itoiv-of'a t +• *• * 4. gallanl Fad/ lipi^iealod J by betrayal TTv fying lha priion of her foroneloilgrasp RUTH CHATTERTON LADY'OF SECRETS OTTO KRUGER • IIONEI ATWIlt Paramount Nc\re and C'oinctly — Admission — Matircc— 10 A Me— Wilh lr Tnv > Xlghl— 10 & 3.:c-With Ic Tax

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