The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1936 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, MAY M, 19S6 UIA'THKVILLK, (A1UC.) COUKUCll NMWS Social Calendar FK1DAVS EVENTS Woman's club having benefit bi-klgo niul rook party, nl hut, 7:30 li. in. American Legion Auxiliary Hireling at 2:30 lit the Hut. Music dc|iai'lnicut, Woman's dub, mcelhiK 3 11. P. P. M., wllh Mrs. Country Club Dance Postponed The country club dance, an- nonnced for this week, has been postponed nnlll Friday night, May 'i'i, when Hobby Greer and his or- chcsti-a will play. The dance is being arranged on this night because of Thursday night, the regular clnb night, conflicting with other affairs which the members wish to attend. This week a number will go lo Memphis for the cotton carnival slid next Thursday night Is the Centennial program here. t * * Second BanlUt Church Women Organize Monday. ens \vlicn two visitors attendee!, Mrs. Chester R. Uabcock gave t'nc program and Mrs. Hettle Meadc the Bible study. Mrs. A. Conwnyenlet tallied circle 3 when H attended. Mrs. M. I. Helminth, of Dellville, Texas, liouscguest of Mr. niirt Mrs. I'. L. Eueler. was n visitor. Mrs. W. A. Doliyns gave the program and Mrs. Byron Morse, the (levotiqnal. The Business Women's circle met at the church for a supper mestliii! when 16 members and three visitors attended. Mrs. SUmrt H. Salmon gave the Bible study and Mrs. C. M. Gray presented the program. *- • * To Compliment Misses Boruin and SieCulclien. Misses Mary Elizabeth IBorum and Betty Lee McCutchen will be gursts of honor at a dancing party to be given by Mr. and Mrs. Sninuel p. Norris Wednesday. May 27, i\t file country club. They are members of the graduating class of the city high school. Included in Iho guests will be members of the class, other friends of the 'nigh school set and a mim- llenry, c. H. Brogdon, T. I. Scay, H. M. Wheat, C. R. Graves, J. E. Corner!. A. S. Jolly, Earl Walker, E. J. Dozicr, Virgil Holt, E. D. Bra It on. Bill Wheat, I. V. Hill, N. E. t'arnell, vinton Bass and Thomas Bog an. They met at the church Monday afternoon. Mrs. Ben Harrison conducted the devotional, from Romans 12. A nominating committee to suggest officers was named by Mrs. Hogan who announced t'nc next meeting will IK held Monday afternoon. n:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Bogan. * « * Mclhnrtisls Have May llrcakfasl. There were 100 guests who attended the annual May breakfast, sponsored by the Woman's Missionary society of the First Mefnodist church. Wednesday. The $55 netted from the breakfast will be used for the church building fund which I'nis group is working toward this year with a goal of $500. Breakfast was served under llv trees of the u. a. Branson home with garden flowers decorating tin Email tables. Mrs. Rilay B. Jones, president and the circle chairmen, Mmcs. M Ci. Goodwin, J. n. Barfcsdale. W • L. Homer and W. P. Brewcr/wnc . formed the committee' 1 in e',i;trg£' were assisted by oilier members of the group. • v • Circles Meet. Circles of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church met Monday when all had the Bible study, taken from Genesis, and programs on Montreal, N. c., thr church home. The first group met with Mrs. Leslie Hooper when Mrs. c. M Gray was also hostess. The I'. present heard Mrs. Roy Walton give the program and Mrs. Gray conducted the devotional. Circle 2 met with Mrs. Ross stev- ert Jones and George Dlllnhmity Their parent.*-, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- terlainino; Ihe. 300 gnesls invited, gar Borum, will also assist in en- In addition to dancing there will be bridge and other games, to be played in Hie sun room, Has Club 1-arly. Mrs. W. J. Wimdcrlich entertained the Wednesday Bridge club when Mines, w. Leon Smith, T. I,. McHaney, C. A. Cunningham and Elton w. Kirby were guests. S'ne used peonies, iris, and roses to decorate her Hying room where the small luncheon lables were arranged. In the bridge games, which fol- o\ved Mrs. James H. Belt won first nd Mrs. W. J. Pollard, second ilgh. + « 4 Entcrlatns Bridge Club. Mrs. S. P. Martin entertained her irldgc clnb, w-nich meets every oth- r Wednesday afternoon, when she ilso entertained Mrs. j. w. Parfci and Mrs. Edith McCool as guests. Roses adorned her living room vhcre the ladies played bridge. Refreshments were served later n the afternoon. * • * Mothers Given Tarty. jMothcrs and guesls, w'ho served is, '^mothcrs"|. j were. guests of Ihc Busti'icu and Professional Women's club Tuesday night ror a party in THE NEWEST NOVELTY FOOTWEAR While Sandal i, Cuban and high hcotx. AA and B widths. $2.95 The Plateau A while Tic and Pump, Cuban heel, A A to B widths. • • $2.95 Colored Patent Open Toe SANDALS Pink - Blue - Red Yellow. High heels S2.95 Si raps and Sandals Straps and Sandals A pretty selection a t ; -'$1.95 Patent Open Toe SANDALS Kcd and White. Cuban heel. $1.95 0. C, Ganske Svcrythinj for Your Entertainmen and Comfort COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN Last Time Today HAT-WAVING NEWS! Twoolyo'Ji Urorilt n togeth.i loi Ih. linl lim.— In ID iliag I YOUNG TONE lio unmiti! observance of Molher's )ay. The 34 present mcl In the Hoss coin of Die Hotel Noble mill went o the Rltz theater, later they ,'cnl lo the home of Mrs. J. I,. Ncw- onr where Hie group sung songs, Utf.ses Louise Welch aiul I'i'Bsy itartln sang n duel. "Miither" with Irs. Hninsny Duncan ill Hit; piano, lul refresh mentis were .served, teicli "Oilier w-iis presented n corsnge of •oscs (o wear and r.ivor.s were In- iivldual baskets filicti wllh candles. Mrs. T. E. Kpprrson was present'<! n tjlfl for Ihe oldest mother irexciu. Mi's. Newsam and Mi-s. E. V. Belt vere (lie committee in charge of Sleele-Cooler Society — Personal Hits of News Moslly Personal j.-on, Curl, Mr. nr.d Mrs. K. J. Clm- I luini uiul daiiKhiei', Auue Murle, I wori! In Memphis Insl iilahl for • llio I'flllon nunlvnl. Mi-s. Mnry llnrvvrll mid Miss 'nvs.s[ ( > Allen iiuv,, roturncd (roin \ I'llllo Hock and Hot Springs, when' \ Ihi'y 5|)riit lluve weeks. [ Mr. nnd Mrs, i,, L. ward arc In Memphis today. Mi*. Julia smith. »f Helena, iir- 'iu\l yesterclny to spend two weeks wllh Mr. uiul Mrs, Knink Young. Mrs. Russell Tnrnago of Tulln- h, La., arrived Tuesday ntghl lo - a( the bedside of her friend, Charles York, nl the Blytbevillc lospltal. He (tied ten minutes be- ore she arrived but she will rc- nain here until after the funeral. She will visit her parents, Mr. •md Mrs. D. Ben Holly, of Car- ithci-svllle, and friends and rcla- 'ivcs In Cooler. Ueforc her mar- 1 iagc she WHS .Miss Josephine' Icily. I Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Holly ar-, rlvccl liome Tuesday night alter eveial weeks In Woodmen, Colo., I'lth their son line! Holly, who Is n a hospital Ihere. They report lis condition as being very much mprovecl. Mr. and Mrs. A. Taylor nnd tliss Katlierine Jones of Memphis ipenl Sunday in Crater with rcla- j ivcs iiiid friends. I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Copland j and son cl Gideon spent Sunday n Cooler as guests of their par- j Mrs. w. 1). G'.inmulln and i-on. Bill, will spend Ihc Insl of the w<vk In Memphis where IBUl will play In Ihe Hlylhcvillc band for Hie ea\. ton carnival. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs initl dnughii-i. Holly lirooks, will spend Hie last of UK- week in Memu'nls nlleniliiu: Iho carnival nnd visiting rclalUw Mr. and Mrs. ,llm Harwell will spend tonight |n Memphis alteiul- lnj> Hie r.irnival. Mr. and Mrs. W. ][. Mlnyiir.1 and Mrs. Mlnyard's molber, Mrs. W. M, Taylor, wcro culled to Jackson, Tvnn., because of the llhics-, of Mrs. Mlnyard's groat aunt. Mrs Wood, who died yesUirday inoniliiit. Funeral services ire being held Ihi-, afiertiooti. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Daly plan to BO lo Memp'iils Sunday for a mnM- ing of the .1. c. Penney Co. managers in Ilils district on Smiilay niKl Monday. W. C. tliggmson. who Is 111 at 'the Memphis MMhodlst. hospital, is unimproved today. Mrs. Pat O'Bryant will go io Memphis tomorrow lo spend tin- day »-ith Mr. O'Bryant, w'.io Is ill nt the Veterans hospital. Mr. O'Bryanl, who has been quite i!! for several weeks, is slowly luipiov- lllB. Mrs. j. B. Holly, of Holism! Mo., Is n pnlient at the Memphis Methodist hospital. Enrl Gregory, of Mnnlla. has teen admitted to Ibc Memphis Dapllst hospital. Mrs. Wllliimi Mcclmm, of Cai- IjllXDI'U Society — Personal Mr. unit Mrs. Joe Hires will he Kiu'Sl.s of Mr. mill Mrs. Noble Hunt. Memphis, Friday. Mrs. llny.s fiowan and Illllo diuiKhier, Sue, of Memphis, were i;uesls of Mrs. !iue Drown Suu- PAGB 8oat Dance Tickets Are Placed on Sale Tlckcls for Ihe d:ineo exemslon Mondny nliihl aboard uir |,i(, sleamer "J. S.," sjKinsored by lli« United Dniifihli'is nl I lie Confederacy and the Aincrlcnn Ix'itlont Auxiliary of Blyllu'vlllc. have been! plucc'd on sale at Boiiim's and Uoblnsoirs drut; stores, It was nil- i nounced loitny by Mrs. c. Cl. itcd- inan. The J. R., one of the fliiMl excursion boats on llu. rlv<>r will I leave Huns HomM Iniuiliig, (lireo nnd n Imlf miles below Oseeoln I al 8:30 Moiiduy nlghl. and will return about tnldiiluhi. Will Preach at Lone Oak Klder J. K Mitiiiilnx, pnsloi 1 of (he Lonii Ouk llnpllst I'lmrch, will preiich Hiiniliiy morning, n o'clock, on the .subject: "Is HID law CM; Chui'ch n Trtio Missionary''' Church!" In nniioiinclng this subject the Piutor is exlcndlnti an Invitation lo the nubile to nttend. fifnd Courier News Ulasjiilcd Ads, Hidic Hires will have us her Hik'sl.s over the week-eiul. Percy IIiKklns and Hml cni-mleluiel. of T'lM'iimblii, Alii. '1'hey will motor I" Memphis Friday (o allend the Cwllon Cnrnlval and Ihe diuieo nt llio im>nlt-l])al •iiullloiiiini Frl- 'lay nisht when 1'nul Wlilleninn \ wllli Ills mehi'slra will plnv. i Mr. and Mrs. Unwell "llowen were In Memphis Tue.silny ntuhl for the opening of (he Collon Carnival ffsllvllies. Mrs. S. J. Kinlih and Mrs. O. 1!. Wood iitlendrd a l>rltlgc hmclicon Tuesday ulven by Mrs. 11. O. 1'oimcey, of Memphis" nl her coini- li.v home at Sluislioro, Ark. Miss Hess Uleiuior Thwentl will inilvc from Clinllanooga, Tcini., Saturday and will go lo Joneslmro Simdny. iiceompuiiie'i by her 1110- Ihei and fallier. Mr. and Mrs. William Thweall. nnd her brother Charles, lo receive her diploma from Jonesboro Btnte Colleuc nt (lie graduation exercise Stniilay nlghl. BC.SS Eleanor finished licr ! work nl Ihe mld-lerm and has I Icon In Cliatlnimoga since Ihc flvsl of March. The land for miles around Cop- icrhlll, Tcnn., lias been denuded )y gaseous fumes that escaped! [rom nearby co|)pjr mines before j methods were found for condens- ' ing the fumes. 1 Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway arc In Memphis, having i;one down' (his aftcinccn Tor the collon carnival r.ml to vlsil friends. Mrs. L. G. Nasli has .returned from Uowling Green and other tints In Kcnlucky, where she visited relalivcs. Mrs. J. E. Whllworth, who lins been nnllc 111, is now bctler. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Davis and i use ' In t dally became more extensive Dr. i:lulls Skraeh-No-nlni'c Tlir SI) Minnie Itch Treatment. Only one application necessary No grease. No mess. No soiled clothing or bed linens. For Ath- leb's Foot, loo. At Good Drug itores everywhere. UOHINSON niton (;o. CASH GROCERY PHONE = GO3 . FRIDAY & RATUIUMY SPECIALS -'I'RHIO DKLIVKRY PEACHES Premier. Heavy syrup No. 2'/2 Can 22c 2<1-U>. Sack SARDINES 2 : BUTTER Golden Hod Pound 32 (; CRACKERS 2-U). llox SALMON MACKEREL '''"" ??„ 25 C COFFEE Beech Nut Pound Can 33c Voice of i:\pcriciicp and Comedy —Admission— Halincc—10 & Me—With lc Tax Night—10 & 35c—\Vilh lc Tax POSTTOASTlES 3 ,. hB *.25 TOMATO ' Ui!CK I! 7S 25 (; CUCUMBERS T CELERY L ' rBe su t,c,, 10 C llciid TOMATOES N "- 2( i;'%r25 c: Nice anil Fresh Pound 6 C Friday - Pal Night Z Adi.lls Admitted' for Price of 1 All Children—10c 'Gentle Julia' With Jane Withers, Tom lirpwn, i\Iarsha Hunt'and Jackie Hcarl liopth Tarkinglon's hilarious mas- (ttpiccc cf a small-town romance Sclcrtcd Shorts —Admission— Matinee—10 «.- Me—With l r Ta\ Niglit—10 & 35c—With lc Tax TUtJSDAY. MAY Ifl— 575 BANK NIGHT! ! * Home Grown Quarl COCOA Ambrosia 2-1,1). Hox 17' SALAD DRESSING s "" r ";£,-, 39° M l'ride of India l.b. I!nx FLO UK White Hiscuit Hair, f 21-1,1). Sack ... t. Self Hising 2-1-1,1). Sack . .. Plain •18-1,1). Sack ... Self Rising •IS-l,b. Sack ... 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