The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 15, 1936 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 15, 1936
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fAGfc TWO BLYTHEViLLE, (AKK.) COOlUER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 15, 193G Social Calendar SATURDAY'S EVENTS •'Chapter ''N" P. E. O., having luncheon meeting with Miss Alia jMae Qarllngloii at B. A. Lynch Jiomc. Bridal Coiffure 'tl. I). C. Meets «ln l.mci.i liomr. ',- A program pertaining lo Ihc 3-oulh, and especially to Natchez. '.featured the meeting of the El- •liolt Fletcher chapter of the Un- tited Daughters of Hie confcdcr- ;ney Thursday aflcrncon at the Jliome of Mrs. C. B. Wood, nt iLuxorn. ;, Mrs. Sue Brown, of Luxora, •fia've a sketch of the origin- and 'the route ol the Natchra Trail, lone of the oldest and most historical trails In American hls- ;(ory, before S. J. Smith, ol Lux- lora, spoke on "Nntchrz-Ils Hn' trancing History and Historic Jllcmes". Mrs. James T. Handle, 'of Luxora, read a poem "The J Minute" and Mrs. Henderson Hall 'plnycd a pimp selection "Tl- 'tanla". • .The meeting was attended by • inembcis th,r'J.,'jl'ioul Mississippi /county. Among Ihe flowers usrd i lo riccoralc the house was 'Ixniquct of wild Arkansas Iris ^anci another of the David O. Dodd T roses, which many chapters ol -Ihis organitallon are planting us ; Centennial projects. ; The hostesses, Mines. E. It. Bo• Ran, Weed, Brown and Elliott • Williams served ice cream and j'nngcl fcort cake. Favors were • bouquets of pansies which ndorn- f cd the plates. 'School leaders • Meet at Biirclellc • Superintendents and principals Jof schools in Mississippi county jmcl at Bnrdette last night, lor •their montiily session, • Dinner was served by Ihc home 'economics department before the program and business se.ssion Schools desiring "to send students 10 Hot Springs to take pnrt In the fla b ' pageant on President.'.' Day. . were assigned their quotas of participants: Miss Elva Hodges, principal of the Pawhecn school of district. 45, reported on a project that had been carried out in her school. J. P. Tompkins, district president iOf '.lie Farm Bureau, discussed the present farm program in Arkansas. ; Members from Osccoln, Wilson Whiljjjh, Arnlorcl and Mylhevillc Bits of News I Mostly Personal ==!J Mrs. J. J. Moore. Miss Louise llntlcy nnd Miss Mne Hatley were Memphis yc.stenlny for llie h!s world be a portrait of n' lovely Jimc bride, her cojfliiic crtcckcd with orange blossoms, except, that It Isn't the marrj lonth, Eleanoi'c Whitney isn't a bride, .nnd those (lowers .lie cck oianee blossoms. Nevertheless, the novel arrangement that els oil Die brown ringlets of Hollywood's pclllc dancing star should Cotton Carnival. Edwin McAitoo, of Troy, Tenn,. will arrive Sunday lo visit his aunt, Mrs, Rnmsny Duncan, and his cousin, Mitrlha Xiin Lynch,! and her parents, Mr. and Mrs! B. A. Lynch, Mrs. Roy Head Is In St. Louis /or the Baptist convention, having gone up wilh Mrs. Toin W. 'nckson and the Rev. Alfred Car- lenter. Mrs. RU Hargctt and Miss Gladys Mick went to Memphis •cstcrday to spend several days. Mrs. Ross U. Hughes and chll- hcn, Nancy and Ross Dillon, and heir cousin, Bill Morse, sre In Memphis today for the Cotton JnrnJval. Mr. imri Mrs, A. P. Deltrieh re- Lurned last night from several days spent In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Story, Charles Kinnhipliam, Mrs. i Abe Klnnlngham and son, Charles and Newt Mct.eod attended • to business hi Jonesboro Wednesday. Albert Alexander, o( dsceola, «ns taken to the Memphis Baptist hospital yesterday. 11. James Is a pallenl Memphis Baptist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilson and Mrs. Pat O'Bryant were In Memphis yesterday. Mi's. O'Bryant visited Mr, O'Bryant, who is at the Veterans hospital following an operation for appendicitis .live weeks ago. He is resting very well but \vill not be abio to come tiome for another week. Mrs. C. W. AITMck Is In Helena visiting relatives for a few days. Miss Margaret, Meacham, of Ca- rntliersvllle, ls D .a pntlcnti..iit' the St. Joseph's hospital, Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Cloar," and daughter are visiting relatives In CALVARY By Helen Wclsiiimcr I H AD not thought, ili»i Calvary 1 Was Mf so hard to climb— Tliat road Yqur only Son went up, D«r God, at Easter time. I J (AD supposed tjic josser hills 1 Ilad.gJyenme.tVie strength To go unhindered, through the dm I;, To heights of any length: D UT, oli. now that the journey's done. IJ It is so cooil to know, Compared to Cnlvary's steep ascent. My other hills are low. pply allar-bound will strls with n suggestion or two. clve young men romantic ideas. Ccrtninly it Jean Abbotl, Bobby Ann Purvis, Dorothy Jean Higglnson, Jelty Clair Huffman, Maxlne Reid, Lavonne Redman, Betty Phillips, BeWy Jean Buchanpn, jta n. Field, Marjoric Smith, Ann Cloyd, Kitty Lou Turner, Minnie Ruth Wood, Allcen Bradsliaw, Francella Fisher, Madeline Chitwood, June Martin, Constance Dcnton, uobble Bradley, Flory Ann Slaccy, Elizabeth Ann Simpson, Mary Gray, Becky McCall, Nan Mullin, Mary Frances Nunri, Skippy • Crook, Fisher Ann Ti-rncr, Patty Jean Gibson, Deity Jane Matthews, Harris Hunt, bonnkl Hlcttman, Rowliwi Warrlnglon. Bobby Jordan, Rotcrl Mulry, Everett Petersen, Carrol Stamlfield, Joe Ettrl Wimberly, Jinimie Hudson Billy Crowder, J. H. Parker. Jimmy Parks, Elvis Robinson and I\la:'Jorie Stevens. Demonstration Club News Notes Pageant Will Show Founding of First White Settlement Gosnell News A Mother's Day dinner, followed by services, was given Sun (lay By the Rev. Mr. Vernon. Mrs. Fclia Saiinders, of Holland, was the guest Sunday of. her mother, Mrs. Crawford. Mrs. L. Grimes and Ira Janes nd family were guests Sundn, f Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jackon. Mrs. Hattlc B. McGrcgory, o ;nlifornia, is visiting relative! lore and at BlytJ;evllle: ' ' Miss Ruby Walfer, of Blythe 'ille, was a visitor here Tuesdaj veiling. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Potter hat s their . guests Sunday Oeorg 'otter and family and Woodro; Cook and family. . -. • ; All day. services, with dinner oi he grounds, will he held at th church here Sunday) May 31 E\ eryonc is ; invited to conic bring a basket. lieccc J-l! Club. Miss Cora Lee Colcman, Mrs. attic Recce, and John L, Damron met with the Recce 4-H club 11 May 6. Mtss Colcman gave :i ilk on chickens .and showed a umber of interesting leturcs. Mr. >ameron spoke of the trip to Fay- tteville and helped members c'om- leic their record books. * • 4 ailj-i -l-II Club. Claud Sanders was named corn aptain and Pete Biirnltnin cotton aptain at n meeting of Hie Yur- rc> 1-H club on May 5. John L. Diimeron, assistant Bounty agent, talked on the forlh- omlng trip to Fayctteville and ave a seed demonstration. Mi« Cora Lee Coleman spoke on chick- ns. H was voted to hold regular ncctlnijs diirlnu the summer nonths, The .second i-pi.sodc of Ihe Arkansas Centennial Pageant, lo bn !lven at Haley field the ni^hl of lay 21, has for I Is subject Ihc Union home City, Tenn., • their former Mrs. Carney Lnslie" was Mil Memphis yesterday for the cotton carnival. W. L. Osborne is spending' Sat- Li ,i.CHURGtt ; EXCUSES •, •$ lias Club / • •:-•' Mmcs. W/ D. Chamblin, Janics H; Bell nnd M. A. Isaacs \vert guests of Mrs Everett B Gee whei she had the Thursday Lunchcoi club for a. two course lunchcoi nHrt - bridge game. Roses and gcd robins dccornlcd' her livinj, room. • Mi's. .Bell won first and Mi's Chamblin, second high, in thi card Eaines. - . « * * Guests al Club Mrs: Harry- W. Haines had Mrs K. D. Carpenter, and. Mrs. Dixii Crawford as her guests when sin entertained the Mld-Wcek Brldg club Ihis week. The 7 eight, Indies had lunch i the living room, which was decor a led .in roses" and peonies.. Mr: B. A. Lynch won .the club yrlz and Mrs." Crawford, the B«es award. .. . . ' . 0 * * Club Ehicriaitict! Tile Thursday: Alternoon BridR club met with'Mrs. Samuel ( Owen this week when Mines. O: car Bailey.-Elliott Snrtnln nnd \ II. Glover WTTC piesli. Ice crcat topped with strawberries, and cake,-were scvTCd after'the bridge games. Mrs. Rives Allen won the prize. , *' * « Business Wameu's Circle Ibis .Mcclliif. Members of the Busincs.s Women's circle of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Bnptlst church 'had a. "Wimpy" supper last, night at the home of Mrs. J. o. Barnes when several chairmen were named in the business session wliicli followed. Miss Marie Harnisii was namrrt personal service chairman. Miss Minnie Brown, stewardship cliair- man. and Miss Gladys Mick, transportation chairman. Three new members, Misses Minnie and Ruby Brown and Lois Hill were enrolled. Mrs. Leslie Monrr- • . president of the W. M. U. was a guest. Hamburgers were served infor- !• mally at tables decorated with garden flowers. Misses Pearl and Jewel Lee win have a picnic for the next meeting. < Scnlcis Atlcndimj The Cotton Carnival. Members ol the graduating class cf Ihc city high school are in Memphis tcday and tomorrow for the Cotton Carnival. Miss Luna B. Wilhelm is ChaperohiliB Ihc graup today and George M. Hunt will be "in charge 1 ' tomorrow. The average person cats between 1«« and H74 pomids of food in one year. : By G. W. Ilarham = At times, it- seems the more yon put in so milch .lime Iryiug to tlich after :o for those you think are your perfect a new dance step, which j | wrc ^ ricnds the less they seem lo up- from the very nature of the step, rcclnte your efforts and vvilnt.' would require a good snappy ou do for them. Most all kno\v! name to put it over, so I called lint I .seldom Blve a thought to' It calch-as-catch-can. When un- | nythlng but my church, Sister rtcr my .supervision and direction! nd Junior and our . Salurduy' a demonslralion was had at our, Wghl Club. Now, just a few \vceksj first meeting some of Ihe ladles ^ .go I almost worked my'head off {dirt not like the way their hiis-! ,s the saying goes in my cfto^|,bnn<ls demonstrated, I still say n have an attractive progrmn ! K'thp''^Slep was good but some !of ind refreshments and after I iind fjfeft} .'do not appreciate real art. urday- In Nfeinphls. H. O. Martin And B. T. .Wraiglil, will spend the-; week-end In Princeton, Ky., Mtendlhg 'to business , 1 1 , Mra rioience 'Allen and daup,h- t tor, ricience, have returned Iff liomc in spending New York city several months Saccalniireate Service at Holland Sunday HOLLAND. Mo. — Baccalaureate scivkcs for Holland high school's liuluallng class will be held Sunday in the high school auditorium. -The Hcv. C. C. Franks of llayti will deliver the sermon. Mis:; Jrditli Webb Bray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bray, uf Hollam'i. will receive her dc- urre In nursin: at Brllcviu- Ban- list church, Memphis, nw ten number. Mrs. Raphael gave an Pre-Schoo Clinic Next Tuesday annual slimmer rnnnd-u 3r prc-school children will be held Tuesday at the office of tile Mississippi County Health Unit, at the court house, I', has been announced by the chairman, Mrs W. J. Wundcrllch. cli , «"™ French explorer, Henri dc Tonll. In 158D. Children of the Central grade school and a groiip from the Calhclic. school will present this cp|sptle. W. T. Chapmnn will lake the irlnclpal role, thai of de Tonii. 3lydc Mathcny will play llie part Of the friendly Indian chief. Sieve Brook's' is casl ns a runner. Joe Evrai'd hs n story teller, and Oeoi'ge Hubbaril will be rtrumnier. Tc Deiun will, be chanted by children of tlie Catliollc sfcliool as three priests,'• tloyd ' Blomcyei',' Dick Wilson nnd Bobby Waldon, 1 bless a cross, bearing the arms of France, erected at the site' of the new settlement. \ Others who will take part in this cpiscde arc: ' Frenchmen—Billy Stovall, Hcr- tert Graham. 'James England, Dona.'d Chilton, Dick Stilevcll, Allen Rice, Jack Hcod, Herbert' Swcaringer. Bobby Blayiock, Alvin Marchbanks. Hal TJiompson, By- example wilh two nninbcrs uiui • Members of the health unit will continued her address. i examine children, who will enter Suddenly she, ascrt the confer- scll ool in September. Reports of nice members to tell her'the first " lc ' r findings will be sent parents number, and three people answer-' 50 ll>at defects may lie corrected, ! where possible, before school opens. 1 The clinic will begin at s o'clock. ed correctly. But Mrs. Raphael had forgotten it herself. Wliulc Chases Sardine Usher SANTA CRUX. Cnl. (UP1 —Jack Bngby, net-fishing for snrdines, was chnsecl by n -10-foot whale, but escaped. Whales and sardines frequent tbe Ixiy at the same lime ns Bucks Rnofccd by l'oli-p MONTEREY, Cnl. (UP) — Two Memphis Bnpti.u ho;- Personnel Head Tripped By Own Trick Job Test|f?"! rrcls "^'c "cul"ti ineir winter stores. I Douglas simlrrcls harvest giant I Sequoia seed cones for the forcst- i ers. Tht trees are too tall tor' man j to climb, so he wails and picks the conr-.s from the ground, after' the I squirrels have nil them loose for . mallard ducks found wandering down Ihe street at night, i>y (vie police were taken lo Ihr station and formally booked as "Mr. anc Mrs. Mallard." The nest morning the judge granted their tcmpnrarj Guardianship t o Officer Charlie Clark, with official domicile in his chicken coop, until sonic o\v might claim them. TOO T.ATF TO CLASSIFY K()(l RENT :ar;i- front cool Bedroom Hess Hall. Call 280. • OXF'OKI). Ens. (Ul'i— At a cnn- 1 Irri'iicc ol tin- Nutlnnal Institute! of industrial Psychology Mrs. Ra-l Mis. - kl . pliael. chief of tlic i'ost Oflice] personnel department, was dc- ' sciiblnr; one exaniinatipn given lo ( all applicants for lelcphonLsls' 1 posts called the "delayed memory" i lest. ' . According lo the examination.' two numbers were called out and each applicant was told lo jot down Ihe second number. Several minutM later, i.frs. Raphael explained, each applicant, must tell Ibc examiner the first and uinvrit- FOR DISTINCT1VB BEAUTY SERVICE Call 106 MAnGARETS BEAUTY SHOP •i- Ingram Bldg. Grocery We Deliver Phone 673 THE VERY BEST IN MEATS AND GROCERIES Dependable Service !011 Chickasawba fniilan Cliitdren—Chester Caid well, 'Hairy Carter Farr, Jen Reid, Don Chamblin, Fred Fowl er, Betty Black, Frances Shousc ounding of Arkansas Post, first Nancy Holland, Betty Woodson hltc seltlement In the state, by j Elizabeth .Small, Gernldinc Turn cr, John While, Stahdley Hoot Gerald Bloymer,- Charles Lcgget George. Pollcck, Dan Caldwel Alary Ann .Parks. Bills Hatcher Billy Louise Gaines, Jnlla Are WooUson, Max Williams, Marth Ann Unlzehich, Jtianita' McMulli and John ' \Vashburn. Corn Dance—Ann ' Crook, Dili 2 Movie''Clue Lists Over 2,000 PRESENT DAY and OLD-TIMER'S names. 1.000 OLD-TIMERS, first appearance before 1921. Each list different. Names SYSTEMATICAL LY arranged wit,h directions for easily locating, MIXED names. Lists $1.00 each. HASHED NXMES, Box 1535. .Memphis, 'Tenn. • • Everything for Your Entertainment and Comfort COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN! Today Only Pal Night 2 Adults Admitted for Price'-, of I All Children—lOc ! 'Gentle Julia' With Jane Withers, Tom i Brown, Marsha Hiinl and I .Jackie Si'iirl Borfh Tarkington's hilarious inii's- Honlli larkington's hilarious inii's- tcrpiccc cf a small-town loniancc. SCIecleil Shorts —Admission— IVialiiice—10 & 25o—With lc .'.T»: Nielli—10 & 35c—With 'lc Tax 5AVE YOUR JACK; DAI SY .TftE MUSCLE;.' 'BUiLDIN<i ;MI Lk-, FROM CRAIG'S DAIRY ; .'WILL; ALWAYS 'dlVE X6U A LIFT. rbn Dawson, Jiimes Rose. Junior 1 inngley, John Bruce Wilson,"Roger, Balicoc'c, Buddy Daves. Luther' -WJmberly, W. C. Weaver. Billy Caudle. John Underwood, Raymond Bell and Bill Tom Stewart. Calumet Dance—Bobby McHan- cy, Frank Dulancy, Jack Chamblin, Milton Patterson, Raymond Bradley, Lolls Lynch. Haines. Billy Wilson and Bradshaw. •Squau-s— Louise H^e, Vifginia Hill. Juanlta Shelton, Catherine Hudson, Annie Rice, Elizabeth Piters. Beverly Thomas, Robert Ann Proctor. Rachel Davis, Ann Dillahvnty. Martlra Lee Sallcby, Sara Grace Joyner. Bonnie Jean Barker. Romona England. Kay Thomas, Mary Kathcryn - Moseiv, Clco Swear iis, Lois Cloyd, Lnia Mac Phillips and Helen Holbrook. Harry i m , . ... . . ... Gerald I i' lc strength-giving qualities of F.RBSTI CRAIG MILK tends to'build Hrongci; muscles ar;;l better dispositions, keeping you lit to meet any emergency. SPECIALS FrMay-Satiirday-fSumlay ORANGK 'SHBKBKT . LAYER CAKE . (Made from Fresh Orange . ! Juice)' ", ^ ] i9c \ ..:;;•;:; I.ADY J'TNGEUS (Delicious Shorlcake) do/. 6c i-'iiurr- Duoi's cloz. 12c KRUIT FILLBI) BUTTERFLY DUNS each : 2c FILLED DQNUTS (Pinciipple or Rns|)bcrry) doz: ].8c S|ieci,il Altcn(ion Given All Special Orders BLYT1IEVILLE BAKING CO. 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