The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 13, 1936
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tWO BLYT1IEVILLE, (AUK.) COURIEH NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, • K^v CYC LF 11J I F V*/ , V*-x U'V—' v*A^i I I >—• jnT*-- I ^ ; Social Cakndat i THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs Everett B Goo having Thtirsdiv Luncheon dull Mtil-Wcek Bridge club mccllng v,itn Mrs Harrj W Halncs Mr? Edgni ISonnn hostess to Thursdav Contract club Mrs SHinue] C Ovien IwSng Thurstiaj Afternoon Bndge plub Mrs. W. D. Mc'Cltiiklil cntcrtnlil- ln| Thursrtaj Bildge club Wortien of the I ml Church of the SaaireWe meeting at ihurch,( JJ p O meeting ttl '» & tr6 c 'Bf Wdoii. 'at Liixorii. 2:5o l>. in. Brfccflla'iireaM 'Sermon c-liol practice tint Baptist clmrdi, 7 30 EVEN1S Woman's club having benefit bridge and rook party nt hut 7 JO P Vu 'American Legion A u x 111 n r meeting nt 2 30 it the Hut Music dep-u (incut club, meeting 3 P M n*.JB Paddtson * 'i ."" Woman s with Mrs, Diana Cook, Bobbie Duller, Ruble' r Bcvlll, Pauline Greer, Clarliw Mitxwcll 'oncl Jiick cook. Held :il Blue Ilooin. Tlie nitiimil Junior-Senior t>ah- qiiel of the New Madrid, Mo., 1ilgh schooV'vvas held In (be Blue Rorim" of Ihc Hole] Noble here hsl'nlglil. In addlllon lo membors of the two elnsses l|ie following fnciilly members were present: Misse.s Huby Tinnlii, T'niiiccs Ma^ill ami Miriam I'cnw!, I/nils Schildte, K:l Knhton and Suiici'Intomlent lialp.i McCiil- lougli, Mrs. RAlph McCulloiiKli and Mrs. Ed Ralston were also guests. , . ChrWhn cliunli The Glirl.stliin Kndeavor of. the Virst Christian ci'juirrh will lirtve .'a scavenger, limit tonight Beginn at 8 o'clock. Arrangements for the hunt have bren niiide by Hie Rev C. B. Cloyd ami Hie wx-lnl ccim- 'inlltee will serve rcfreslimenls. vo Matter's 'D*y Members of Miss Mnrj Emily Armstrongs patrol of girl scouU, had a progmm v BaUndav altu- nooil at the home of Mi nnd Mrs..Harry .JClrby, Where Miss Armstrong resldcis v Mothers of the members, svlio wire 1 guests 'of • honor, were |ial(l tribute in .ft- program. .^^Refreshments. of' . sandwiches, cake and l«d lea were scried > -. * « J uiteheon Given JJrs 1 E late entertained ullli a ilunchcdn''Saturday at her 'conn- try.:piac6 'near Arinoi'c), In compliment to the women incnibcis of tlic \rmorel junior high school faculty.,Mrs. J. O. .Ellis, president ot. ;,';th<! 'Paronl-Tcachor Association- of the 'school and a few other luenrts \\eic also piescnt [Mrs W N Williams and Mil, E- Ii 'Hale assisted the hoste's- In serving lunch A red and white iiiotlf was , effectively; "curried out in the flowers and place ciuli used: * * * W M S -U First lUqthotUsl Church "riic propram and social <Ia\, of the Woman s -MiiElonuy Soclctv ot flic rm>l MUhudlsl chmcli vv is observed Monda> afternoon, in n meeting lit tlie church ^•Irs ^J D> Barksdnle was Icixdci nfi'thc. •orpKram .tn.which Mrs. J. G!. Sudbury and Mrs Sallic Hub lor tavc talks, Hrs Harrj W Hirncs give the Injlctln A TO- poxC of thn, ercrtf district iroft- Ing at LcactiYjliC', v)is frficif-> l)i Mrs J W Adams j'fhe hostesses. Mines. Barksdnlc, Suiburj, Hublei, Lc" AnnMiong John SinoLherman Chailes r Wood W N Willhms and Gia ham Sudbury served refreshments tq the 23 present which included one guest "Mrs \V H Ewclt of Yszo6 Citj, Miss Mho Is visiting 1 hei niolhcr, Mrs A if R Bran son and Mr and Mrs U S Briii s6n ind fimily Trcmam Perry * Announcement has been mtidc oj tlie marriage of Miss Mimic lionise Perry, daughter of Mrs Ttramas Pcrrj to Findlev frc- irfvin Tlie redding was salcmnu c« Salurdaj night at tlic home of ,thc. Rev.- Clyde' Belin .who sale tjie nng service ^The bride wore n frcc\ of blue rough crepe with white accessor H s jMr. Tfcniafn a'nd his bride arc at home for the present, will Mrs Tremalns mother at 515 S Pjanklrn 1-aVe St IJavc a Meetmg- fMrs. W. L;' 'Green was hostci to. the Woman s Missionary Soc iety; of the Lake Street Method ii church Monday., afternoon who 35 attended. T Mrs Maggie Cole presented tl program: prayer, -.Mrs. Wil'l Ma l»ney talks Every Day Mothers Mrs Earl Sullivan Rcligun JiJpV'cmcnts of; Wesley "House" Mi Cole, Lcirnlng to Live Mrs „ 3- Rogers,' c Jesus in the Whole o Life" Mrs Adehna Adams PSrlencmg God In His" Worli Mrs V E -Chdlfant, 'Teaching o ManHnd M rs A ^ RcTg-u 'Living As Neighbors Mrs C phamliri Mrs George Stnnkl at: Mrs. Guy Rogers, reading. Ma Mi-s.' W (Jlub. 1). the Ti csday Hi idci- tlub incnitors foi Ihc. .usual luncheon '.and. bridge no this week, A low towl of onr- ly-gnrrtcn llowcr's was t'nc cirnWi 1 ' piece of .the 'dining InWe aiid p«o nlos aiid ipscs decorated the living room. Mrs Ploytl Wlilte held lilijli Mrs. \V. Loon' ainllli, second 'lilgl' score, Clrdr.s :MC.-|. Circles 'of (lie Woman's Mis sionary union of Die First liup list church Imil inailnyii Moil day nftci'noon when tlic llllil' stnclit-s .were given. > Tlic fn-st, grorp, wliii-li hull nln incnibcis present,* was qd bv Mis Mev llunl Mrs. W. 'M Blnvlotk gave, tli- drvolloniiTaTi't Mrs. A. C. Blaylock coniluctci.i ' ic hiis|i)c>s "esslnn -before "" ' Bils of J\«:\Vs IVJoslly I'crsonal night. Mr. noddy's sLstcr, :M!.s's Kalhryn noddy, is valedictorian of the class, Dorothy Dean Crawford (s Hi from mumps at, the home of her mother, Mrs. Ruth Crawford. Mrs., D. S. Irby and clilldtvn imp nml Dubucy, Inuv rcliiuicd 0-thflr home In Hiilosvillc, MKs., fter spending llm-i; days with Irs. Irby's inollic'i', Mrs, Ida atelilngs, and ML i Mrs. W. . Williams. Mr. nnd Mrs. Irby KasliiKcr :<«d aujihter, I'nlrlcln, h:ivi! reliiincd rom a brief visit in Si'iiinT, 'cini., having gonu »i'er l« .'-in'iid Collier's Day with tlielr. mflHiers. >;0rovcr i Ashley and Dr. W. M. Owen have rctiirni'd fniHi a liusi- ess trip lo Hot .Spilim 1 ;. ;Mr. 'anil Mia. Kddle llcginolil "lid son, John'Kd, s|irnl- Sundiiy n Wilson with iciatlvt'S, Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Ashley. Sleele-Coo'leV ' Society — Personal Twist,: Ark., are guests of tliclr on, Grocer Ashley, and Mrs. Ash-' c.v, Mr. and Mrs. C. s: Slidl and Mrs, W. B. riofsers were In Mem- ilii.s Sunday. '••Miss lenu fSmtth Is In Memphis oday. She wns accompanied by icr pjirents who will spend several Mrs. Tom Lewis, who before" lier' recent marriage was Miss ctilllc nuke, was gitost o[ lionor Prii|jiy nlft'nl nt a linen shower til the honie of her aunt, Mrs. Riiel Asher. I Misses Ell/atKlh Fluey, Virgie U'ra- | vis nnd Mni'grc'tc Mcclui'e,wcre'(jo- : ho'stasaes. , I'herc were 12 yucsis; I Mrs. Lcvyls nn:l her,linsbaiKl left! Monday oir a motor trlj) lo k(jn-| tucky, and'-'l'ciihcssee. ' ',.' • » » * J. E. German, who underwent 'an operation for removal of 'tonsils ml the Blyl'hcvllle .hospital last week, is resting vvell al his home hear here. : , . i All Adult Education programWas presented Friday night at. tlie iioine M. Crew led the Ulbje slucly. Olrcle 2, which ntpfVlih Mrj. liccilorc I.ogini/.Uind 15' pieiti ers.;'. two, new '.'inifnbrrs, Mri anies Domnr .and Mrs. •ill a visitor. Mrs, T. J. is Miniav SuiniL led. (lie dij otionnl. lakcn"; from.-Psalms'. 4L id Mrs. Smn'i't'gave"the' •Blb'l son Mis whltu BLsliop -tor nctcd the biismcvs session ' an ic meeting was dismissed by Mr ^an. Refreslimeiils ivcrc' serv :l during u briefibrilness hour. '1'lierc wore 11 • ineinbcrs an lie visitor, airs, 11. Biu-kpiy at (1 icetlng of: circle 3.' held-nt tl icme of Mrs/E. P. -llarillii: ' Ml '•^t Wjlsofi.iiMd Hie.ptlv.dial G^oU Mjitllipvv^ for the dcv ipqitPfnid (he "Blblo studv .wi Iveir 1)5 Mrs Alvin Ilu'irnmn. 'rayci'S wern oflV|:!l by Mm Mis Shepherd and Mre.. u. E iiaylock before tlie business ses- Ion. presided over by Mrs. R: ' ninvlork Oirele •! met with Mns. llinry 'ritziits. The 20 present'Included guest, Mrs. n. E. llnrnctt. l''or lie devotiivnriT Mrs. II. R. 'Cra'vv- ord istxl tin 1-ilh chiiptcr of ohn. Sirs. Tom W. Jackson prc- Ided over the business se.ssion ?fci-o Miss Cordelia Wllliite anyht the Bible lesson: Mrs. Bar lelt .and Mrs.. J. H. Smart said prayers. The six members who attended lie 'meeting of circle' !). at liic churoli. hciu-d .Mrs. Ilaitie lieece •jive (lie Bible lesson, taken from he 5, 0 and 7th •chapter.'; \cls. Mrs. W. A. Griminett con- luclcd the business session. days there. Mr. anil Mrs. P. S.' Robertson. of, 'San Bcnlto', • Texas, and Wnsh- ngtoh, D. C.. were the weekend juests of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Tale. llrs. Robertson, who Is a .sister ot Mrs. Tate. ami Mr. Robertson, were enroutc to Texas from Washington. W, c. LcggcU and diuiyhlcrs Mrs. Robert Burns and Miss Louise. have returned from Oxford Miss., where I'hey spent a few days. They were accompanied home by Miss Mallle Lou Russell, who will be here for. a week. Mrs. Jltn Harwell and son returned Monday from Decnliir, Ala.. where ! Ihcy visited relatives. Mr Harwell moldr'e'S.'xIovvii for them. Mrs. p. L. Husband returned ycs- rtlny from Hnltlesbiirg, i\nd polnti of the Mississippi coiisl. where -s'he visited relatives :aml friends. ; : Miss Era Wright spent the weekend In O.sceolii"'wlth her brother Ira Wrlshl, and .family. Mi\ hiiil Mrs. John Buchanan :inc" tvvo dnufi'hters spent Siimtay ii: Memphis with Mr. Bucilanaij's mo' ''''•''• of Mrs. Lnla llnrrls, udiilt lonelier ol the Cooler schooL. Students acTilevcments were displayed ,aHi:l music was furnished by Walter Reddlck a'nd Russell Thompson". Mra. T. L..Cassldy of Blylbuville and her daughter. Miss Cecil 'Oas- sidv of Moikj Mo unhid In Goo tcr Monday night to visit Jan'ies'L. Cassldy and family Demons! union Clul)Nc\vb Notes Cfiiipliuienls Skter. frs.r M. -I. Hellmiilh of llc-lle- vllle. Texas, who. with Mr. llell- nuilh is visiliin Mr. nnd Mrji I L liijler wi ot linnnr al -\ bridge parly Bivvn by Mrs Enslor Trv'sday afternoon at thr country club. • r nr, v r^ were T2 guests. A liink and vvliitc color !ir- raiiBCtncnt made clfcclivc dccorii Iioii3 with pccuiCK and roses ar rnnjed in Uin bail room. ' I'ln'l rcfreslimcnt. qnvcrs were used aiW tlic ice crcum, eake and 'mint, were In (tip same colors. -'Favor were pink and wliitc 'rose buds Tn the bridge gnnicr. 'Mrs. T. Sn'mmons wbri a crystal plate To lilCli score i:i'i?e. the cut nvvari a wall (lower pol. went to i II. G. Parflow. and Mrs. licit muth's gifl wns a pottery pltchci On? frequently lien'rs." We remark. "Bi::fs in c.irl Cli'ar l,al<o Club Meets. liie Cku Like, Home 1X111911 sti itlon club niLt list, Wcdnssdi\ uitn u mcmbeis pusLtit A le ixirt was made by each chalriiinn and a now .supervisor was, elected foi this jcar A ^client icpoit. vvis ma le by c ich membei on the b I ter homes report. Following the business session re- fieshmenls were served. Tlie rtcv.' and Mrs. .Alfred Car- pehtrr'iti'ncl Mrs:,Tom W. Jncksor arc 'in' 81: Louis foi- tile Baptist convention'. 'They plan i to be away for acwauk. ',. , '. ' Mb-ses Gcort,'l:i I.oe and Mnrlr •Pox, 'of 'Ashevllle, N: C.,' aru'-feucSu. 1 ' 'of MIKS LCC'J? ^fftiiiily jfoi-'-a^'cfik'^-: • Mrs. s. a', alernbcrg ; find-son'' liiroid, are in Memphis tqilay. Mrs. F. L. Eiiglcr and" lier' sis- ^r, Mrs. M, I,. Jiellniul'ii, of Bell- iUc,'Texas,: were In Memphis last light and today. Mrs. ,1. T. Hall and Mrs. J. U. iIcHowcll were in Memphis yester- liiy. 'I'hey were iiccoinpiinU'd !)>• 'olin McDowell, who' Joined the L, i. McSpndden coiiccsslbn to go lo Wyrtlc Hcach, N. C., for the snni- nc'r, u.s ho does.enc'n year, and by Ralph Farrar, wlio wcnl "to Jackion, sibs.i \vlicrc he has accepted \ position vvltli 'the; Krdgcr store Mrs. Frank J.Banm of. Memphis lister of Mr. McDowell, accompanied tlu'in 'home and will be guest ol Mr. nnd Mrs. McDowell for scvera days, ' Mrs. Jimmic Peterson and Allai Picknrd have returned fvon Brownsville. Tenn.. vviicre they were with Mrs. Peterson's motlier, w'l'.c is quite ill. Another daughter, Mrs Picknrd, vvlio went over with them rcmnincd for a longer stay with ha mother, who is nd\v bettsv. Mr. and Mrs. W. E., Roddy .'at li'iulcd the Junior high '•"yfacflm- ion exercises al Moiiette last CAKI) ()!' THANKS Wi wish lo cspiiss deep ippi ciition to dm ni|iiv friends uno wen. so kind mid sjinpiilhclo dm ii-, tht llln ss iml tl"ilh of om btlovid wife and mother, nloWoi tbe- Uemliful floia] olIcfliHts < *'Oin jtienifi frc so full until'w" luuuil words lo e\pres- our pi ititnrlc to the mlntslu the TKv W r Coo le> \om woids of comfoil vv "»11 \lvvav 1 ! therish We tlso 'deeply appreciate what • Dr. John son, of Basseli; 'did for 'our loved one. The Nenl Family, Spuitl Sx 10 'Kramcd 1'iii-lrait " Hi's Cciiiiion Gioii[)s 'iOc r\tn Oiler Good 'Only Until Way IJK'I/PS AKT STUDIO KVKKY H,\V I'KIOES .- Kodnk finishiiv'—any sine 8x roll finished complete, 3Hc Post carii photographs. 2 for 25c or SI per dozen. Stamps,-C .for ,10c. . \Vylic Picture Shop" Across From Rosy Theatre DANCE TONIGHT .In the social hour iced grape ]mce, saVidwIciies arid cookies Vcre SerVcd. Itvnsri Sfrclcly, X t%siponcs Wcc(m£ ' The meeting of liie Jewish Ladi:s Aid Society which wis to have bscn held zt, the Temple Israel tomorrow evening has "been postponed Imlil Thursaay, Maj 21, it was an- rio.unced today bj Mn n silver- rield of Osceola, president. Program 'Given By Gosncll League. Nineteen members of Ihc Gos- ncU Epwonn League participated in a special program Sunday' evening The characters wcfc In cos- lumes of mixed colors and the stage was decorated with outdoor 5cen : cry. Those wno Wok part '.were:' Mrs Tessle CooR, Mrs Jswsl'Mc- oaee, Misses Thelma Cook, Inez Bcvlll, Virginia Cook, Bobble Bsv- lil, Margie B^vil!, tmogcne Moodvi • Bitty Mixwell, "Bonnie Sue-Cook, early summer tasks ol a tree is 'the forming of buds for the nest spriin. KOU DISTINCTIVIO SKHVICK Call 10G MAKRAKKT'.S WKAUTV SHOI 1 Ingram BWg, RITKPttlCES Every day on rood, >lour. Meats. Groceries, Fresh Fruits .and 1'roditrc, Fancy and Stapl"] 'anj- qiirintity. : 1'or convrnicnrc ^re offer "IVo- fil Slinriiij; rrotrdivc Credit" Come In cr Phone RITE PRICE GROCERY riienc 231 We Dcllvnr 111 E. Main In Old P. O. 1 jl • I/I Kverylhliij for Your Enlcrlnimiicril and Comfort scot IN TOWN; Wcflncs. HAT- WAVING NEWS! Two of your [avoilto 75c Couple In Hie Beauliful Air 'Conditioned BLUE ROOM Music by BOBB.Y. GREEK' AND HIS IJANO OF ROMANCE [HOTEL NOBLE W V< -_ \e?iaiicht>t~ YOUNG-TONE rf 1'Ajicrier.rc .1 —Admission— iv—ID A- M(-_\yin, c,,i hC !ly r T:|X Tax 'H'KSDAY. MAY STo I5ANK MCH'i lasl ni=IK Mrs. Vanthn shall w.« calinl for lli r Sbr w;i. nol firosrnl __ n ; nir BANK ll!:i'OSIT May is-lsis.001 Mar. Home Furnishings Mbcferafely Priced A Beautiful Room Begins With the Floot ARMSTRONG QUAKER RUGS •& Horn- •Coverings will help you lo begin riglil in order to have a pi'cl.'y room. Bm for ihc MOST ; BEAUTIFUL ROOM i-loov, durable and easy !oi keep clean, use ARMSTRONG .EMBOSSED INLAID LINOL'EUM. Come in loday and sclccl ihc pallern 'from'our slock of the latest up-o-dalc designs. You will be delighted with the work we'do laying it,'as \yclli as lire beauty of tire floor. / Th'ch v'vhilc "ytiii iivc cnnViiloring flftov coverings you will lind an assnrlmchl of Japjinc.s'c and Chinc'so" niillorns of porrh VHRS • priucd from 51.00 for Ihc Japanese and §4.50 for 'the Chinese. Or- you will want to consirio'r a beauliftil wool ru^ for your ruoni or litd room. IHGKLOW-SANKOKO new iia'tlorni arc available frnm st'ot'k, iin'd you will like Hie tii'lcsl liROADLOOM designs •which can he had in any si/c you may' rec|iiire. S1.M?C"[ A! v— Sample ; 9 x • 1 2 Axminslcf.s - - $24.50 PORCH and OUTDOOR FURNITURE Is now in -sl'JisOii. (;iid- fri-H priced §10.05 up for Uic (> I'M., iin'd niciiil spring chairs, ;IH well as vvooil cltairs iin'd for the oiildon'rs. Invest In tiotiie Furnishings That Will Last LIVING ROOM FURNITURE Lutcsf Designs and Styles BED TOM FURNITURE Kxlni Big Assoi'tmc'tit^—All N'cw- DM1 ROOM FURNITURE : : Oimi, Onk and Vi'alnut Vcnccrs ; -Anti AH Moderately '['riceri CASH OR TERMS 1 .Softer . . . . be- tau'se it can't 9 Over a quarter of a nijUion'h'Qusejyives will tell you to get a PERFECT SliBETPER mattress because it is TUFTLESS.'all-tlie'^ayithrough and because of its patented spring mvitjthat;\vill N.OT RUB, can't become NOISY ahdl can't-overla'p. They know \vhat real sleeping-comfort; is. They have not been troubled^with-DIRT)arid DUST collecting in the crevices •because-pateftted SLEEPER mattresses have none. Come in tomorrow and.let ; usshow^'you how those housewives IN THE K'NOW^chariged - to the PERFECT SLEEPER- and 'bought^many,. many years of sleeping comfort.^ Price $39.50. Box:Spring to match-$39;50. .Smoother . . be- r cau's'e it's tuft- 'less! Cleaner • • -because it bfls n'O crevices! Lon'gcr lived its springis can't rub! Silent .... its springp can't overlap! Insulated . . . . with clea.n white Java sisal! "J Deep layers of cotton felt! No sagging...' holds shape for years! • Spring ends are loop e-d securely! Electrica.^ re-tempered springs!

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