The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1938 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 4, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVtLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS , MARCH 4, 1933 the Baptist hospital for treatment. Her daughter, Miss Alice,- is with her but Miss Saliba returned home Mrs, J. n. Hasson has gone to for a four or five days visll with friends. Mrs. Dick Potter. Mrs. Hob COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket Will A limit Mrs. Ii H. Autrty and: companion, BiinJellc, Ark. —;<> me— RITZ THEATER.. . —to **e— "CHECKERS" FLAPPER FANNY Social Calendar SATURDAY'S EVEfTTS Children •; of the Confederacy j irieetJhg at 2:00 p. m. at, home of Doris und Mildred Muir. Club Mas Guests' Mrs." Hunter 0, Sims and Mrs. Furnswortli Black were guests of Mrs. 'Everett B. Gee when she entertained members of the Thursday Luncheon club at her home, yesterday afternoon. ' Tht decorative note was provided' by vaies of jonquils arranged "around the house. The™ flowers' were'also used as coiilerpleccs for small' tables «l which lunch \vits served. Mrs Byron Morse jvas high, and: Mrs. Ross D. Hughes, second" high, in the bridge games which followed. * » * Entertains- Club Vases' of spring flowers were arranged around the living room Then Mrs. Louis Applcbauni entertained, members oMhe Tluirsday. Afternoon club and one guest, Mrs. Matt; Monaghan, yesterday after- noon'at her home, Mrs. Max Woolen received Ihc club award fdr high score in the bridge games "which were played. She was presented'hosiery. A 'dessert course was served by the hostess al the conclusion of ' * • • Hai Supper Clnli Jonti'nlls were used for the centerpiece of the dining room table when Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham entertained members of the Tuesday Night Supper club at their home last night. A little bird with actual feathers appeared on the attractive Mexican tallies which were used.' Following ' dinner, bridge was played. Mrs. B, A. Lynch 1 was high anting the women, and Mr. Lynch, among the men. . •j: » ' • ^ • : ' -Witt Uavt pahce Tonight-:. Gehe Sykes end Battled Crook are sponsoring a dance tonight, al the Woman's club for the younger groups in town. The flance, which- will be DETEKTIV '! A&Ei/icy Bits of News Mostly. Personal Burns, Miss Mary Frances Stacy, and Miss Louise Leggetl will spend tomorrow In Memphis. Tommy Short Is working In Car- ulhersvllle this week replacing Ray [Beck, who underwent an appendectomy at the Blythevllle hospital recently. Mrs. N. IVKnlBhl left yesterday for Houston, Tex., to visit her bro- Iher, 11. a. Ctillen, and family, Miss Goldlc Rinks, Miss Mar- Baret Jlitrris, and brallier, Chester, left Ihls aftcnoon to spend a few day.s In the mountains of Arkansas around Salem. Charles and Gordon namcy will Carulliersville Society — Personal Jelly Milieus Meet Mrs. iiuford Thwcatl enterlain- avrivo home Snlurrtay from Chlca- etl " lc two lab!c Jol| .v Matrons lo be with their mother. Mrs, C.:' cillt) "' lllc "ome of Mrs. Cecil Hamey, who will undergo a Hiidepclh Wednesday nfternoon. major operation Saturday morning' M' s - Wayne Uhner held high More formal affair, o'clock. oeglns at 10:00 nt the Methodist hospital In Mem- j phis. She will be accompanied to Memphis by members of her family BJid'"l)er physician, Dr. J. E Beasley. j Mi. and Mrs. Berry B. Brooks I ami daughter. Virginia, of Memphis were here yesterday afternoon as the guests of Mrs. Brooks' mother Mrs. Allan Walton. Mr. and Mrs.' Brooks plnn lo leave Ihc last of Oils month for eoulh America lo be gone four months. Mrs.-J. A. Leech and Mrs. A, a. Little lire spending today N in Mem-- phis. Mrs. Eddie Regenold, Mrs. "I'll give you your first cnso—Ihc missing cherry pie." "Well, madam,-we'll iicctl another pie; our method is to reconstruct the crime," Shepherd, Miss Bonnie Jeanne drnp:;l tin table wfts beautifully Buchanan, Miss .Patricia Wood, decorate! ivlth profusions of spring and. MUs Elizabeth Baxter. j flowers and white candles In crystal Upon the conclusion of their holders. The hostesses were Mrs. Interview with him, Napoleon, pie- S. A. Regonold, Mrs. R. B. Lee rented them to famous women French history. Each appeared Wilson jr.. Mrs. A, L. Crittenden, Mrs. V. O. Mann, Mrs. H. B. Car- Die costume of iicr period .and pcillor'and Mrs! J. A. Apple, told n summary of her life. In a. red peasant dress and wooden thoes, Miss Enrlene Damon impersonated Joafl of Arc in her early days. The haughty Catherine do Medici was represented by Miss Delia Paye Sykes. while Marie de Medic! was played by Miss Sue Ramey. Miss Winifred Crawford and Miss Marian Tompkins were kings' favorites. Madame de pompadour and Maritime dn Barry. Marie Antoinette, the vivacious queen whose life ended at the Miss Marie Hoover mid Miss Deverlyn Clayton left Thursday to visit Winston Hoover, student 'ul Mississippi 3l!U3 Collcsc, Starkvllle. Miss., tint! will attend HID, Kappa Clil fraternity climcc Friday iilghl. They will remain Tor liic week end. Mr. r.ncl Mrs. J. H. era In leave Saturday for Hot Springs, where Iliey will attend the races. Miss Saphronia Johns spent Hie week end visiting relatives in Gal- I Inlin, Tcmi. . was played by Miss Mary I Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Trimmim' arc Frances CUicrin. Knitting In the' H'f proud parents ot a nine-poiind rapid uinnner so typical of Madam:,' son, born last Frtclav at Ihelr liomc Lc Fargc, that unfoiGctlable ligure near Evadale. ol the Revolution. Miss Betty Eberdt told her story. Miss Alice Saliba depicted the- Empress Jose- pV.tne, and Miss Marjoric Warren, Charles Criggcr, Jr., and Mrs. Tom Phillips-are In Memphis today. Mtes Mary Bain left "Wednesday for the University of Oklahoma, al Norman, where she will attend a. Bpiitneastcrn Radio Eiducatloual Convention. Stic plans to return Sunday. LnC Montague, who was critically Jnjitrocl January 28 when his throat was cut, is now able to be out. Don Chamblin, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. li. chamblln. Is 111 at his home.- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Matthews have returned from a bridal trip to fit. Louis Hint arc now lit,' their home hi the Ingram apal'Lnicnls. IVy W. Crawford Is, a business visitor in Little Hock to;lay. Jaincs Hibbard Bottom, of East'i 31. Louis, will arrive this afteiv', noon to be the guest of 'Mr. and Mrs. Snmuel F. Morris and Miss Bobbie Lee King for several days. '.Mrs. C. V.-Scbaugh is ill at her home on North Highway 61.' Miss Loriuc Smith, who has been seriously 111 from malaria for (our weeks, is slowly improving.- i.M.iss\8olnm Saliba accompanied :Mrs. M. Clcorgc lo 'Memphis yesterday morning where she cnlercd ind received six silver teaspoons, Mrs. Cecil Hudspcth won second ilgh and received a like prize mid Mrs. Clyde Bailey cut for consolation and was given a basket of spring flowers. ' ' ii': Sunday Schoul Ctass Mre. John Sawyer. Jr., and Mrs. Lewis Edward James were hostesses to went teilan supper given by the congregation Hhat evening. Mr. and Mrs. Noble Oapeharl of Holland spent Wednesday in this clly attending lo business. They alEO vltltec) wilh their daughter, Mre. Cecil Hiidspcth, while here. Mrs. ,Vlrgil Davis spent Wednesday in Kennel as the guest of her flEter-in-laiv, Mrs. A. H. Davis and Mr. nnU Mrs. A. P. Kersey returned from Texas where (hey have spent, the past few weeks' looking after business interests. Mr.s. c. T. Petty of St. Louis, Mo., is (lie guest of her sisler, Mrs. Harry Green and family. Mrs. SleJia Turlcy, Cape Ciirar- (Icau, Mo., District iJepnty President of (he Royal Neighbor Lodge, is upending this week l:ere visiting the variouS loclfos in thus section. She is the guest of Mrs. J. w. ui- mer. , Uonattf Owens of Mimetic, Mo., is (lie guest of Mr. and Mrs. 1,. D. EdgeiloiV tills week. R. W;: Ba'ird aild Audic Brouk, who were winners: in an amateur contest i'at Sleelc )n;,i week will broadcast from WMC Sunday afternoon al five "o'clock. Misses Hazel Baldwin , and Madge Lr.c Duncan of llayti have accepted stenographic positions In Ihc Stale Social Security Olllce in this city. Tiicy began" work this week. Mrs, Agatha Wilks and sons, Krnnk and Bub'oic, Misses Hftltie 4-11 Club News Notes 'flic Promised Promised Land 4-11 Club met Wednesday, with 37 members «u:l 7 visitors present. Calvin Hill, president, aiul Elizabeth Mitchell, secretary, were in charge ol the program. The dub sang -plowing members were enrolled incellng. at this Seng" led by" Rutty Fiifglnnn and m (or tllc ra<!1 ° program. Era Rtilh BrlseiKlliic. song captains. lll= interesting features ol II !;iinvood O'Bamion gave reports on *> r!im was (1 'e "Sick Mini n mon gave report member:! in Hie cotton club; 'I hcctiore Wahl. i>i s captain, gave icpu-lw on 0 members; Jack Skel- tcn. calf explain, reported for two members; Eva Ruin Bri.wmlinc gave icjjorls for si.s' members in (he home Improvement, club; f Hazel Gurley. llrown Club The Brown 4-H Club liad a ioi'ial meeting Tuesday with Woodrow llullon as master of ceremonies. Tlie program was carried out in the lorm of n radio program. Among the Interesting talks ,madc were tlioao by the Blackwood brothers. IjCc J. and Mutt. Miss Cora Lee Cclcman and D. s. lantrlii. The 'Ihrelkcld and Blackwood families acted as miiioiincejvi and performers lor the radio program. One of the proud His Operation" performed by Harold acllng as the doctor. Mclva ;caiHain, on \U IHKl to members; Ravine!) Glirley, gardening and canning captain, gave reports for four';, Maxlric Moore, clothing, reported on seven; IWymcIl GUI Icy gave reports on five in the poultry dub; Mnry Tucker Motive vcporte;! on fair ii). Ihc room Improvement dub; ami Edward Mc- C'mmk'k. corn ca.plain, gave reports cu two members. Five new members \vnre enrolled: Calvin Ralf, Haskin Mitchell, Ruth Half, I':uil Hay. uml Hope Whilwortli. Mis:; Com to Ccleman. home demonstration Dorothy Jane Tistadt, lc!:l about lite play tournament, and Campbell Wcmimdiiy the members of the Sunshine 81111-,night and utlcnded the btukctbiil day School Class of Ihc Melliodlsl | fame. Church at Ihc Sawyer home on | Misses .Ucnvei.a Uowlen, I'auliin- South Ward Wednesday evening. The guests played hearts durinr; the evening and high score was held by Mrs. Floyd Barnhart. scj- qnd, Mi's. R. L. Morris and con- sqlation by Mrs. Gencvicve Allen. Mrs. Harold Jones received « girt from the class. In- Supper Members Cliurt'li of thi- Presbyterian Church und Invited e«csU;. nuin- tcrine 166, enjoyed n delicious covered dish dinner al the Church Wednesday .evening. Mrs. Redman Dunham and Mrs. Robert Hawkins led a number of Inlcroslln? group songs and rounds afii'r which talks were made by Hie Hev. Wayne Hmnra, Lillian Nickons and Mary Lcuninc CanU'cll nUendsd the basketball bnmc at Campbell Wednesday night. Mrs. Emuin Powell lias moved from Ciirlclon Avenue to 1112 corner of Walker and West Tenth Streets. A. B. Abbey, who has been con- lined to his home with H throat infection for the past two weeks, is able to work at the Continental Oil Station' again. ; Barbara Joyce, .small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Caulificld. has been absent from school due to illness. the demonstration lor the month was given. Mat Lain; The Mnl Lake .|-H club held ils organization meeting on January 7. Tlie following officers were elected: Mary EJirabntl) Hawkins, president; Charles wicker, vice president; Katie Lou Thompson, secretary; Richard L. Ralfoni, treasurer; Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Thompson. Mrs. Gcan Watkins. and Nell Hargctt were elected sponsors. Junior Mauley was chosen sciig captain. Seventeen Tlnclki-ld as Ihc nurse. Juanila Huskey, wile of .the patient, Mull Blackwoori, (lie patient. Refreshments of cake, sandwiches '' and hot chocolate and candy were served by the seventh and eighth grade girls to the more than 10U present. .Several schools at uelgh- torliis;communities were represented, Including Crown, Manila. Skidway, and Leoclivillc. A few drops bring P comforting relief. Clcais clogging mucus, reduces swollen membranes— helps keep cinuses open. VMTRO-NOL COTTON SEED , 1). 1>. J,. No. H First Year From Breeder Custom Ginned BRAXTON GILL 1K-1I, Ark. Gray, C. F. Bicker Horncr. and Mrs. Paul the Empress who set the styles, Eu • * • I genla. A famous French woman Have Buffet Supper j outside Ihc realm of politics was livelve members of the PuVe Gold | portrnyc,-) by Miss Bonnie Jean Girl" Sunday school class of the j Buchanan. She was Rosa Bon Ilcur, FlrEl Baptist church and their sponsor, Miss Pearl Lee, were entertained at a buffet supper al the home of Miss Katherine Wal- pols last night, A . bouquet of jonquils, bridil wreath,- and forsythla. v;as used as the centerpiece of Uie sening table, and _s!milar bouquets ware placed thrcughout the house. The guests were' seated. at small tables where Miss Juanlce Walpole and Miss Eloise Spradley assisted the hosless in serving. he artist. the meeting the supper, games were played by the guests. . * « » H»s Club Party /All members of the Mid- Week Bridge club attended the parly yesterday afternoon when MTE. H. H. Houchins entertained 'them at a luncheon. A lace cloth was used on the dining table where the luncheon was scned. Jonquils and baoy breath formed the centerpiece and were also placed throughout ttie house. In. the lMd»e games which followed luncheon, Mrs. B. A. Lynch received embroidered towels' for high score. * 1 » Jewish Aid Meets at Manila Plans for a box supper lo be given m QIC near future were made last night by the 20 members of Ihe Je«lsh Ladles' Aid society who met al the home of Mrs. Max Borowsky, of ilajilla, with Mrs. William Bo- rpwsky as co-hostes. Members pledged their, ceo, _____ tlon and support to the religious census which' will be' taken Sunday and they made plans to help with the luncheon to be slven for the ' ' next Thursdav nlcnt, Mre. Harry W. Halnes will review the play. "Victoria Reglna.". A Little Theater drop-tin In the "orm of a barn dance will replace Ihc kneeling scheduled in two jvectis, it was announced last night. • * « Club iUi-ds Mrs. J. E. HasGon was hastes la members ol the Thursday Contract club for ail afternoon parly at her home yesterday. Spring flowers decorated the living room where bridge was played, The prize, a pair of plaq«:s which Mrs. Hasson had painted, went lo Mrs. O. O. Caudill. At the conclusion of the games, salad plate was served by the hostess. Wilson Society—Personal census church. takers al (he Methodist Durfng the social hour. se\-eral piano solos were played by Flora Jaile Borowsky. The hostess served a salad plate. * *' " * Has' French Wilson Co-operative club Mcels Mrs. S. S. stcrnfcirg. chairman cf the ccmmittee for out of city programs pi the Woman's Club of Biytheville, was in charge ol the program when the Wilson coopr.ra- live club met 'Ihuralny afternoon at the club house, with forty members present. After a short business session. Mrs. L. L. Hubeiifv save a very interesting book review ol "The Citadel." Mrs, a. J. Tfmlimlpy played Uo piano composition:;. "Kam- ennoi-Ostrous" — Rubinstein. mu j "Woadland Rivulet"— Sp.-iidler. followed by two Vocal selccliovvi. "II Bacio" by Arditi, and "Estrelita" or "Little Star" by ponce, by Mr.-,. H. J. Kleindlcnst, who was'accompa- n!«d by Mrs. Jess Homer, ihc loce -.-, .,, Josephine. MMlc An- toinetlc and many olh?r Intcresl- iog FteiKli characters appeared In fantasy «l (he City Hall last night to be Interviewed'by four cludents of French history for. the program «hMh was presented at the meeting of the Little Theater by (lie second year. French class of the ^hlgh school. Following R short business meeting, Miss Allyce /Nelson, program cbMrmnn, Introduced Miss Ncrir.i Berryman, wlio made tlic ncces- wiry oxplamtoi-y remarks an-1 pivof) the way for the fiilranrr of NiYixm-on, |)la>ed by E M Teir>, f^jr, "Mi Kapiileon'. as he was pall-, ed throughout the j^rforDisnje,, ^as^ Interviewed, by Miss Wjnstte checks COLDS and FEVER Uquid, TnWrls ' Salve, Noi;e f ltf Drops Ijinimcnt lirsi 30 NKW KI>1«N(J YARNS AND FASHIONS J!y IV-rn;tl I^RICK 1NS'I'KI)(!TH>NS Mrs. Leslie Hooper 1109 Clilckasawlm Phone 702 WIL'E DKLIVJSRV ON ALL ORDERS AT ALL IIMKS TURNll' GHEENS Heine Grown, Lb. CMCKERS Z Lb. Bux OIJEO Fcunil ...... .. Peck .................. SWEET FOTATOES Nancy Italic, Ll>. ...... KGGS / Fresh, lip/, ............ DKOOMS .'• Tic A Good IJny ......... MATCHES 3 Boxes ---- \ ........... (MBV FOOD Heinz, 5 CHIIS ......... CANNED BISCUITS tun ................... SAI.T RIBS I'ountl . ................ LE'ITUCK Ifcad ................... TlUKLKj Sour or Dill, (Jls ...... 8c I8c I5c 28c 2c I7c 38c lOc 25c lOc I5c 5c I5c B/INANMS Uoicu CATSl'l 1 t-l OT. Jav WASJUNG 3 For O.EANSKK flclil Dusl, H . GKAI'EFRDIT Lai Be Size :, tOST TOAST1ES Box wors No. lli BAKING I'OWDKK •K Oz. K.C sour.s Hcini, \f,t. Tun HAMS riciiics, l,h NECKBONE Vcund ., SOAP l.aaiirtry T-and-T, ti Bars FL'ANU'r BUTTliK ,01s 15c lie lOc 14c 5c .7k- 25c 2k. 14c 20c lOc 20c 24 c QUALITY MEAT SPECIALS SALT MEAT AH «tat, I.I'. (OTTAGV. round OHIiESK IOIIR llni-n. Lli, lOc 15c 15c 23c MIX KiU'HAUi; round EACON -SliiTil Kind Off. Lb. KOAiST ItEEl-' Chiiclc, IJt uvun Ualiy IWrf, Ll>. . lOc 28c 19c 35c McMULLIN'S CASH GROCERY .'W2 West ftlaiiu I'hunc'780 . Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Helm and Betty Neal Helm left Wednesday morning for Miami, Fla where they win spend the next iwo or three meks on vacation. Miss Marjoric Prince has ac- cjptcd a position at Ihe Southeast Missouri Telephone Co. She be- Enn. her duties this week. Mr. aiul Mrs. o H .daughter, Mias Sara Wardell Acorn Ruth, of npcnt Wednesday ^ th, S city visiting: with They were guests at the Presbv- E. G. Roland of the Curulhers- ville Lumber Co., is spendini; cral days In St. Louis. Miss Hull) Thompson visited with her parents at Wardell. this week. Miss Thompson is employed in the offices of the county agent. Mr. tmd Mrs. Dau Fnltn cf Memphis spent this week in this city as guests of Mre. Agtillui Wilk.s. Mr Fultz works out of the U. S. Engineers office in Memphis and was doing special work at Keimctt. Mosses soak up water ami hold it, »ke 11 sponge. They must tji'Oiv close lo the ground, however, for , arc no tubes lo carry Ihe water from the roots to the rest of the phml \\'t! wish to remind our customers that \vc are nu longer ((Killed across Ihu street I'roiu the Kit/, Theater, Init have moved our stock of watches, diamonds, jewelry and gifts to our new store near tli« First National Bank. Watch for amidunccniciH of unr fnnnai PAT O'iPANT, JEWELER "'COKNKR MAIN & SECOND STS. . ' . /^' IT7" 7 .. l Lily-Wide RELIGIOUS CENSUS t Sunday Afternoon 1:30 to 3:30 O'clock - 194 volunlec'j' church workers ask the public Lo co- opera Le by remaining- at home until visited ami. by giving- information asked. "is THERE ANYONE MARCH TO CHURCH A'lTEfNDCITY-WIDE KALLY AT r rill:; PKESBYTEK1AN CHURCH WKDM^DAY NIGHT, MAKCIi 1.6, AT 7 : 3(). You aim spell RALLY-without ALL

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