The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 18, 1936 · Page 2
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JFAGE BLtTHEVILLB, (AUK,) COUIUBR NEWS MONDAY, MAY 18, 1S3C Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Hurry Klvby having Ttics- liny Bridge club. Mrs. Dixie 'Crawford . ciHci'luln- Ing Young Matrons-club. Mrs. W. A. Afflkk ImvlilB Younger Set Bridge club. Junior 1?. A.'s.. meeting First Baptist church, 4 p. in. Intermediate G. A.'s meeting First Baptist church. 4 p. in. Maple Grove Cemetery Association meeting with Mis. G. G. Baliba, 2:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS . nclpliiaii Fine Arts club meet- ins Hotel Noble, 10:30 u. in. • Mrs. W. H. Mluyard having Wednesday Brldce club. Sunbeams meeting First Dallst church, 4 p. in. Bible study of church of Christ meeting wilh Mrs. Newt Mcl<cod, 2:30 I'. M. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. Ernest. Ilasson having Thi'ifdny Contract club. Mrs. R. F. Khshncr having tin 1 . Thursclny Luncheon cilttb. Olliccrs of Jewish Liulics Aid meeting at Tcm.nle Israel, ti r. M. Mi's. J. Erno.st llus-son tmvhvi Thtndny Contract clul), 3:30 I 1 . M. I-H1UAVK ISVKNTB : Dnncc at country club. I3[iccaluurcft(c choir practice, city auditorium, 7:30 p.m. Staled meeting, O. R. S., 7:30 i p.m. -. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Crowdcr-KIng wcdilhiK lit home .of Mr. find Mrs. Mnx 1'nrks, li:30 'p. m. lived here, lie Is the son of Mrs. J, c, demons, ol tills city. Tile iii!irria«<; u'as .soleninly-eil Sunday altrinooii, Muy 10. lit tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Clrnions, In Wynilc, with the llev. Roy I,. Havls, niutor of Ihe I'ro.s- hyU'i'liiu church, SKM forming tlio service. A rm'plion follinu'd (ho wed din&j, utic! hilcr Mr. L'lftmniM and liiii bride left, for u brief liiidnl trip before retiinihiii to Wynne, lo make their home. Hindi! Party (ili-on. The Woman's club had a benefit lirldse and rook party Friday ui<!lil at Hie hut when a numliei of prl/es wrre nuaitli'd for scnivs In both '.jamcx. li:e crrain, Uipia'd with Klrniv- | hcrrie:; and whipped cream, nil' angel food cuke were served. •looic nnd J. A. I'uckell; stuily, ^trs. llyi-on Morse; music, Mrs. lus.sell Farr; ^tuili'iil nlcl. Mrs, C. W. Aflllck; hospitality, Mrs. E. R Dtomeyer; iliuincc', Mrs. Joe S, Ull- iiliunly. 'J'htf feature <tf tlic jn'ourum svas a talk on "juvniile Di'llmiiu'iicy" by SliPi-lll Clni'i-nce II. Wilson. The fti'am for Ihr >i-;u' tui. 1 , bren on "Character Education." Amy Kiilh Morrs plnye:! a ilollti .solo, wllli EnrI li. Knycier at the jilani). .There was a .MJCIU! hour ilurlnn u'hlcli refresluiU'iits were .served. Ninclc(Mi Kciscr High Gni<lti;ilt;s Dipl went lo Hum child*, whose-'foiir- Ineh iwrcli was thc eole cnkh of liic duy, The Kciscr school orche-slm. under llic direction of"John'p.' j<cl- ser, ended a very successful.-year V Playing for Ihe Junlor-scniur mii'incl and dunce at the Wil- wn high .school Friday night. Mrs. J. K. Chllds entertained two tallies of bridge Thuralay uf- Icrnouji. )tl|;h score priM went to Mrs. W. W. WnUioii Jr. -and guest j>rlM! to Mrs. Ixina. Jloll. Several ineiiiliers of llic Kciscr facility, Including Miss Dorothy Cheek, Miss Sue Wood, E, C. G.ir- relt, Wilson Knight. unO. John Kel.ser, were entertained nt -the home of Mrs. Spence Williams In Frances, were St. Louis visitors Vnin Wcdnesiliiy until Friday of nst, week. Mr, Taylor went OH Us spring buying trip. Mr, and Mrs. Anccl Montgomery announce the birth of a son Thursday. May 14. Mrs. Montgomery Is Hie former Mildred Maj<is of Luxora, Mr. ami Mre. Walter Kcltner returned from Fort Smith Sunday. W. M. Taylor and. family left Sunday for Mucon, Miss, Mi-s. Lena Holt, who accompanied them, will visit relatives there for weeks. omas Mrs. W. T. Ogleshy : Weds King H. Matthews 1 ' Mrs W. T. Oglc.sby, of Tort 'Smith, Ark., and.King 11. Matthews, of this city, were married Saturday -afternoon at Memphis. . Mrs. Matthews, who is,.a inem- ler of a prominent Forf. Sinitli family, hns frequently visited here during the past year as tlie gue.st of Mrs. Mary 1'hlllips HoMnson. She is the \vktow of the late Mr. Oglcsby, of Fort Smith. Mr. Matthews, wlio.se family has long resided in this city, is well known here where lie Ims lieen in business for a number of yrars. He Is the soil of Mrs. W. T. Matthews, nnd the', lute'Mr. Matthews. Mr. Matthews, and his bride nre at tho Hole! Noble for the prcs- jc-nl. . ' ' ; , -. •- : ' ' C * . • • -:.*•'Many, to Attend Hay dull And (illl-tls. '.' Mrs. W. n. MiCUirkln enter tallied llic Thiir.Mlay Ibldge clul and lhe.se giiesls: Mines. J. 11. Klklns, .1. W. Adams, C. A. Ctin- ninnham, liiley 1), Jonc.s, I- 1 . L. I'.'niiler mid 11. 1. llellmulh of lii'llvlllr. Texus. who Is the liousc- gnesl of Mr. and Mrs. Bugler. Mrs. Charles L. Wylle won ft lawn .ehalr for the club award nnd the guest iirlxe. a guest 'tow^ el, went lo Mrs. Klkhis. Mrs. llellmulh wits presented u handkerchief. * • * J!H]-!ihns 'I'll Have I inirhcon. As In Ihe annual custom, the )>l|ililiui Mite Aits chili .will have a luncheon meetjti'; I his will l:e linld'u v'cble Wednesday, foilov;itig f!n^ ular ineellni; al l(l::il) n'clnci:, when Mra. Dixie Crnvvford .will t leader o[ Ihe program. The luncheon will lie In honor of Mis, James Hill, past presl- 'iit. John Yarucll of Scarcy is visiting his sister. Mrs.- B. C. Morehead and family. W. P. Smcad of Camdcii spent the week end In Osceola. Miss Sarah Frances Morchea< iiead. director of Ihe Faragould band, which played at thu Cotton Carnival. Jtmnilc Dlllard, ;>lalcolm Cugle and n. D. Mears returned Friday from Mississippi Heights Academy, Blue Mountain, where they have been In school the pn.sl year. Jlnnnle Dlllard was one of the graduates this term. Among those who attended the annual conference of the Jonesboro district of Methodist churcli- c.-i in Illytlicvlllc last week were: John 1'klihiAlon Mrs. C M. Ihir- vell, and Jim Yarnell of Searcy, An annual output of 1.500,000 bicycles Is credited to British cycle manufacturers. liVKKY 1)AV I'UICKS Kodak niiishlns--any sixc 8x roll, finished complcle, 38e. i'osl card photographs, 2 for 25c or $1 |icr dozen, Stamps, li for lOc. Wytie Picture Shop Across From Roxy Theatre Osccolu Thursday night nftcr liclward It-Sr. I'.-T. A. Installs OITIcrrs. Clllcers of thc Junioi'-aciilor High Parent-Teacher Assoclntlon | ^JJ'm,'," nslallcd olficers for the coming — , ' rear In n meeting presided over) ' '. ' jy Ihe retiring president,.Mi's. K]'• s ' v. niomeycr. The new olticers ire: Mre, Hal li. Harrison, president; Mrs. Hunlcr C. Siin.s, CnsL •cc pre-sldeuL; Mrs. W. L. dsborne, recording .sccretavy; Mra. .1. W. Sliou.se, treasurer; Mrs. 1,. E. Old, cortespondhiE secretary; Mre. Hugh Nelson Thompson, histori- KI01SHH, Ark. Nineteen ini'iii- bcrK of the senior e!:i.s:; sverc graduated Ttniisdny night, MIIJ l-i, in an impressive ceremony in Hie Kciscr high .school auditor illll], | The program consisted of a Udk by each member of the graduating I'liuis. Each .student curried a building block and put It in place, al the conclusion of his talk, ic- Mulling In the election of an arch with Ihe class slogan, "We Iliiild" acriKs the (op. Diplomas were awarded by II. P. Dimavmit, president of the hoard, The benediction was by J. K, Chllds, .secretary of the ];o!tid. Su|ierlntcndenl W. V'.. I'igg awarded medals to Christine Turner lor the highest, grade average of Ihe year, lo Virginia Kchols for extra curriculum activities, (o liuth "'"'I'iClillds mid lo Palsy Kobinson [in piano, to CniLis Miles for athletics, and lo Harry Hull for everyday English. Tim members of the gradui cla.«.s were Him Moore, valedictorian. Harry Hall, salulatorlini, Cleo Ticket!, Odc.nn Mlle.s, John Carl Hunch, Kvelyn Wonlums, Virginia Echuls, no-scnc GhltAvood, John llo.segrnnt, Detorlce Monlgonieiy, Hrock. O. C. Murphrcc, Plllniun, Elsie Wiillilp, Mae Moure, Louise Moore, Jellery, Willie Kalph Fcr- Ovella Murphrcc. exercises. Taylor nnd I''OH DISTINCTIVIO Call Itlli MAItGAIlKTS HEiAiiTv siior Ingram llldi;. Knitting Classes Tuesdays ,fe Fridays, 2:30 I'. M. 1101) Chlckasawba INSTIIUCTIONS FREE OIIDEIJS TAKEN FOE "B1SRNAT" YARN '..• Mrs. Leslie Hooper ! Mre. A. C. Haley • Phono 702 •'.-.. [Jvcrythlnj for Voitr liiilc'i'liiln'mciil ami Cumfori • - JOOLKST SI'O'T IN TOWN! The K 11 ij'iu* N i'ivs N o I ex nitilii .IciUb, mul .clcvonlh [initk's uf ttie Kcls(*r, school cn- juyui! iiu nil day ptrniu ut nlviir- dulc Tlniixtuy. '1'Uoy were uc- nmnpnnleci by thc sponsors of thc .three uln&scs, Wilsoti Knight, Miss SHU Wood, nnd John P. KcLsi-r ' A num'ocr of niytlicrllle people are plnnning to altend the dance on thc steamer "J. S." tonight ^rom the Sans Soucl land soulli of Osccolu. In addilion (o the large number of tickets sold here there are a number expected from ether towns in this section • Thc dance is sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary niui the U. D. C. chapter. • ' In College 1'lay. •.Mbs Margaret Shnvcr, who I: majoring in dramatics nt Christian college. Columbia, Mo., -lilay the role of Juliet in "Homec nnd Juliet," the coimneiiceinea play staged by the Delta Ps Omega. Nazarcne Women Have n Meeting. "South Africa" was the subject, of the program g'-rcn by the women of thc First Churi'h of Ihe Kazarcne in a meeting Friday at. thc church. The scripture lesson was read by the president, Mra. o. A. Duni- vnn, and Mrs. Ecie Gaines ottered prayer. For the program Mrs. Tripplct spoke on "One of Our Missionary Pioneers." It was announced that Mry. Maggie Crawford will be here June 13 and 14 for two services oil missions. Mrs. Oscar Olcxander dismissed . the 11 present. » • + Op.il Ilrcwn Fs Wed To Tliurinan Clemens. Mr. and Mrs. Math Urc.vn. of Ti^karnmn. have- Announced Ihe m;:rriase of Ilieir^ilanslilci. Ojwl. cl Wynne, to Tliiiriiian CIchions. olso. of Wynne, vrtio ioimerl.v cd: program, Mrs. C. S. Stevens; membership, Mis. If. Swnrnes mid Mre. j. A. saliba; project, Mrs. W. C. -IliBUinsoii nnd Mrs. Marcus Kvrnrd; piibllculton,' Mrs. \t. A. Kiincs inul Mre. O. W. Dil- labniity; publicity. Mrs. M. Junta -.iiul Mrs. John Mellancy; -.safely, George M. Hunt, Mrs. Leslie Gifls for klw ,sw;ec/; Girl Bcc Brand Insect Sprny con- lame 47^5 more pyrclluins— the most important insect-killing ingredient. Highest Quality — New Lower Price. Kill Crawling Insects vith Bee Brand Insect Powder. It's 1 finir-groxjnd—conlainsm'oickill- .ms^parlielcj p=r ounce-kills 32fe quicker in, testa. 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