The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 26, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 26, 1939
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, .(4RK.) CQUHIER: NEWS £ Cocnpanlon R«. 3, i 1 H? UTZ THEATER i'"> -> >SP"JESSE JAMES" 1 S«x:iaJ Calendar TUESDAY'S EVKN'IS Mrs Don Smith enta talnlng Tuesday Afternoon club 1 ' Tuesday" Contract cjuh meeting *llh Mrs B' F Potter. Order of Eastern Star meeting 7 30 o'cjcclt at Hall " •WEDNfSpAY'S EyErfT/3 Mrs* O" W. McCutchen' entcr- lalning Town and Country club . and '}&•/ Jfaurl,ce and' ^ and Mrs, A H Wallace entertaining Glub Informal, nine o'clock, at Woman's club. Mrs Ivy yr. Crawford having Double Rnir Bridge club Prosperity club rneeting 2 30 o'clock ¥itl> Jfti N 5 £aliba Jit Jciner, Aljar society, Crmrc)) of the Jm jnaculatc Conception, sponsoring iungo. paf'y, eight o'cjock, nt CaUi- ollo Hall FRIDAY'S PVP^TS Executive board, Woman's Mis slonaiy Union, First Baptist church meeting 2 30 o clock with _Mis Jjes He Moore. wcsents, the hosless served n compilation salad and (lesscrl plate with Iced ten. She was assisted by Mrs. Daisy Alexander, Mrs. Essie Davis and Mrs. Jcc Walters. Tiic next meeting will be Thursday in the home of Mrs. Lane. Canilhersvillc Churcli Approve;, Display 01 Flao CARIJTHERSS'JLLK, Mo., .June 25 —Told that n coinimuder in the Ameilcan legion on the West Coisl \\ns f^iindin^ n ne« nntloi>\i,irit clmrch 'because piesent Amcrk-iji clulrches do not ghc snfliclent siip- I)ort to r-alilotism and tlemoinici I the coiigicgatlmi of the Pn I, ,Mcth odist chiii"h here \oled Sunday m inliij (hut all Methodist churches ! •ill HM HfclilcM Ilin ,1*iin.[ni». n«™ the Amoilcni' Paragould Is Scene Of Rarney-Cloyes Wedding A green and n lllte ctecoiative scheme <$as used tq decorate the First Methodist chmch at Para- goula jcs.tprda.s Bitarnoon for the wedding of Miss Eoberfa Evcljn Clojes, daughter of >lr and Mrs p A C)o\es of Parngould, and Robert Preston Rames son of RJi and Mis o \y Ramcv /The Rev H L>nn Wade, founei- ly pastor of the local First Mcth odist church and now presiding elder of the Paragould district performed the ceremony at A\e .o'clock. Floor baskets of white gladioli »ere arranged In tiered effect on the altar against a background of fern Flanking the altar were tall wrought iron cathedral candelabra holding slender white tapers Miss Sue Rame\, sister of the bridegroom, uas organist Saint S&cnf 'My Heart Al Th\ S\\eet Vojce'' v>as plased while Miss Chailine Clo>es, soungest sister of the btlde, lighted the tapers During the ceremony, MlsSj Rm«o\ plajed Llszl-'s ' Llebestramn " The ' "Bridal chorus" ffopi "Lohengrin , Wagner, as used for the 'procession al and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" for Ite recessional The bride wore a cornflower blue lace frocjc fashioned with a flnlrut skirt and the bodice w,as designed with a V neckline and pviffcd sleeyes Her 'accessories were' in white and she wore a corsage of gardenias and \allej lilies tier sister, Miss Ella Closes, was maid of honor Her diess was ot Pink crepe designed along Imps sirollar to that of tne bride Both the and her sounger sister, who was djessed In navs blue chiffon made with pleated skirt and %arl colored blouse, wore white accessories and had corsages of Jolinnim Hill rojes and delphinium The pfganist «oie pink luce ornamented with swectpeas at the square neckline The bridegroom was attended Ss James Bridges of Walnut Ridge ...... ulu ,. ul w «: ui mi im-pa-ioi as best man Ushers weie Clifton announced thai in MCW f the votr Hardln, of st Louis, and R A kelson. Fojlowlng the ceremony, Mr and Mrs Rainej left on a short wedding trip Uporj their return to this city, they will reside In thcfr new home, iecent)y erected on South Highway 61 Among the Bljtheulle people at the wedding -$\ere Mr and Mrs C W Ramey, Mr and Mrs ^ p Ramey, Miss Sue Raniey, Miss i«.,iivj, HUMS outi fvamuy, MISS Elolse Ramey, Gordon Ramey, Mr Vx;d and Mrs R A Nelson and Mrs J H Elkins * « • §cn JJorn -A son .was. born to Mr.-'and Mr .- ., Burley Knott Saturday morning it their home in the Fnrfe sub-'dtvi- slcn 1t\6 baby, who has not yi been named veighed eight and for- FLAPPER FANNY By §yiyi» .he home b; his parents, iclumcd >ere Saturday, ;. : Mr. and Mrs. Charles L, Wyltc \vhp formerly resided at 905 west Ash street, arc how' making their 'ionic at 1101 West Ash street. ^J-. £• 9- Wallace spent Siuiday Charleston, Mo,, with "Mr. Wallace, who Is employed thcic She was motored there by Mr, and Mrs. J. Li. Wallace. J. B. Whltwcrln nnd John Young spent yesterday to'union city renn., where they were guests of Mr. Whilworth'.s daughter, Mrs Clifford Joj'jier, and'Mr. Jjiyuer., Mrs. Frank Simmons returned yesterday from po|n(s' ,of Illinois Tom Simon has returned home <l ". d .' sl - D : llls where she \islted from Chllllrclhc, MA, where he ri ; laUves for two weeks. .Mrs >D has .attended the Chill)e.othe jjiisl- ,"" m: " s ;. Mrs ' J° sle Srtle a »d Mis; ness college'for llicpasl year. Mrs. Thad Niool and daughter, Jane Anls, have returned from Jjlttle Rook where they spent a 'few weeks with Mrs. Nlcol's parents Judge- and Mrs. G. >v, Hendrlcks Nancy Lltflc, ot Memplils', re- Bitjj of News Mostly Personali , , turned to licr ha)nc yesterday after having spent a week' hero witli her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. I IJltlc. She hart a.s her guest here ] Sunday Pebble Tiay Bowdcn 'of Johier, . from nn operation. Mrs c. H. 'Gee, I)ie>ci hcaul of such tough luck' The pooi kul 1 il's tiagic 1 uli\ couldn't she have had the meailes IJC/OI •jcliool «ns out 9 " To Be Launched On Sea of ultt at seivicr 1 , The Kc.\ \VI11I im I Meini jns tor icadln" Irom an article In Hie June H 1= ur of The Chrhtlnn Century," religious publication, told his listeners tlinl Commander C. A. Newman of Jlie Pacific Electric H3l)«ay legion post al L:s Aiijelcs was [•rwiding a new religions move- meat. to to known, as the First. Church of the American Legion. The article stated thai Commaii'ier Newmim had been planning the new church for fcur months "bc- .causc many lejlonnnlres feel (hat- churches and church groups do n:l give sufficient sxipporl to patriotism nnd democracy, The Hcv -Mr Mrjor then nAcd hr congrcsntion f r an liiforiual rte r raisoj hands on (ho qucs tion Do jou Ihlnk the American flag sh Hid be dlsplascl nt s°n- IfC"! in the Methodist church? A large part of the congregati n voted \cs three \olcd no nnd r/irl did not \ote at all rho pa'toi announced thai in MCW f t he \vculd take the 'nmtter .consideration. mider A* The Hosphalu H'nlls [fosjiltal rtletn \Vhlte, Manila', admitted. Doris While, Manila, admitted. Mrs. J. W. Stanneld, Stccle, admitted. Mrs. Perry cjlark, Hayll. adinit- . D. Ryals. Armorel, admUted. Otho May. Stcele. admitted. Charles Prlchnrd. Stecle. rtis- •nissed. • • • Bobby Chiles, city, dismissed. James Hancock, city, dismissed. - r „„ ••uuc'i.uu-uivi- Jol "l Hancock, city, dismissed. slcn The baby, who has not yet •*<»<!?« Merle Richardson, Lux- t— _, 7ra dismissed. Mrs. Louts Payne, city, dismiss- half pounds Mrs Knolt , meriy Miss Gladys Moore * » » Daughter ts Bom A daugntsr was born to Mr arm Mrs Wallace Shaw Saturday mnrn- Ing at ttielr home in Armorcl The baby, who weighed seieji ana one fourth pounds, has ben named Mary Emma Mrs Shaw was before her marriage, Miis Mary Margaret pruitt t » « SurprlstfJ With Slower Mrs Mas Davis, roccnl bride, »as surprised with a miscellaneous shower given Thursday allcrnpon b y,$ members of the Womaps Missionary society ot the Irnc Oak church »ho met at the home or Mrs Eugene Davis ^i'oHo&ing an opening song, the -scripture lesson was read frup the 111) i chapter of Roma'ns A. readln" *• on, Vllic First Thirtr Years' Mis- .ricnary'^by Mrs. diaries Nredham preceded prayer, by Mrs Molllc Mrs, T. J. Craft, Wardoll, dismissed. Mrs. J. L. Kinnlnsham. city, dis- nlsscj. mbscd. Martha Clurk, city, dismissed. iiiuy, uy mis. Binaries I Deeded prayer, by Mrs w lane Roll was called by Mrs Glen Formal clothes .uiul a round parlies lie ahead of Fernanda Wtummnkcr, one of Americans richest rielnilantcs, «-}io will' hew to soclelj I'hiladclpliia next wlnlcr. Meanwlille, she rclnxcs . cool shorts, as-pictured above. wliom she sch;ol at St. Mnry's in Memphis. 'Ihc two girls will attend cahip together this suminei 1 . ,' Mrs. Louise Payne Was removed yesterday from the Walls hospital to her home nt 208 West Davis .venue. Mrs. Payne is recovering - T ~. 0 and Oscccja Gordon, of Memphis, spent the weekend here ns guests or H. Highfill and Mr. and Mrs. John Miles Miller. They wore accompanied home-by Miss Cnrpllne Dunavant', of Memphis, sister of Mrs. Miller, who had spent her two, weeks vaca- llon here. L '-' Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Hellnrath left this morning for their horrid, i>) Bclhlllc Tex., after having 'spent n week here, with Mrs. Hellriliiiii's sislei Mrs. P. L. Englcr, and Mr. Engler. They stopped here en route 11:1110 from New York and other points In the East. Harold Steriiberg. of Memplils, spent the weekend here. Mi's. Toin A. Little and daughter MJss nances, S p C1 ii, Memphis. ' Mike Simon returned Saturday night from Myrtle Beach, s. c., where he vacationed for two weeks! Mrs, Sheldon Hall left ycstcrdaj morning fa- IVfarianna to visit her cousin, Miss Elizabeth Ann -Wljley. «lio will leave soon for points ol California. .-.'•'• Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil Greene and (I uighters, Misses - Elizabeth - nntl I lelsn Blytho/spcnl yestcrdny"in Poplai Blurt; M.\, ' and at' the Wappape!V> Dam. . ' ' . ':', Richard Becker nnd W. K. Francis spent the' weekend in Little RocK with Mr. Becker's mother. Dr. nnd Mrs. S. P. Martin »nd daughter, Miss Gloria, and ^Mrsl A B Holland were in Hirigley; Toini, jcstcrday for the funeralj of Airs rred Ragan. Tliej- were-nc- compantcd hoine by. ~Mrs. John Nlchc)s of Dyershurg, Tenn., and i\frs. Zeko Johnson,' of Jackson, Tcnn., \vho will visit thepi here.' Mrs C. E. Stanley 'and- Miss Anita Strackc are spending today in Memphis. , . ".' ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Black of Wichita, Kans.,. left yesterday •: for their liome after having spent ; few days here with their son, F. I IJ.igler. and Mrs. Eriijpr.' .They stopped here en route home fyoin Poi'tsmruth, Va., where they had visited Mr. Engler's sister. P. Simon has returned frojn points or Georgia and Alabama where he visited relatives, "'' Mrs R. F. Klrshncr and daughter Mra, and son, Bobby and father, the 'Rev. Dr. I'Vant G. Smith, of pmalm, will leave Tlmrsdaj fi:r Frankfort,'" Mich., wbeie they will spend 'the summer. The\ will be accompanied by Miss June MoAdams, \yho will spend two weeks nt their cottage. Miss Mary Emily Wilson has gono to Anna. HI., to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. K.ldtc Gaithcr, formcrlj of here. They spent the weekend here with Mrs. Oaithcr's ! parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Rides. I Mr. and Mrs. Harry W; Haines I ,| r ""rned ycstcrdny from Hot' Springs .where they spent 10 days, ' Farls . McCalla, "who, has been i- • .unlng in'HospmarX, Tenn., at , „, vv ,^,^, fcj it>t ; tljjtj SJ> Jessie Srite moturcd to Marlon, II) for her. . Mrs. Clarence H. Wilson and daughter, Miss Elizabeth Ann, and son. Dill, spent Saturday In Dundee, Miss,, \vltli Mr. and Mrs Shelby Wllspn. En route lioine, they stopped In, Memphis to be with Mi Wilson who Is III-in a Memphis lispjtal. Hjc is slowly imprtning, They were accompanied by Mrs brucc W(!spn, of Wilson. C. O.Sinrtlj is resting well following a.h appendectomy' perfornu'ri Saturday inorDing at the Mernplil? Baptist hOEp'llal. Mrs.' .Smith tuid Mr.-.a.nd Mrs! Carlton' .smltli jj . H'cjit'(!i;ii'ii to |jc «-li|}' )i|j'n foi the' operation ami Mrs! 'Smith is still (here. ' V. ' '" ' Miss Mabel Kogan, Miss Thclma Wells, Miss Mabel Jo >\')lson. ]('ay- mcnd Johnson and Car) Judd spent yesterday at Current River Bead), near Pocaliontas, Ark. Miss. Prance's McHnncy, who recently ail npcrnllo.n at the Walls hospital,'will be,removed lo her home on West, Walnut street this jtftemorn. .'.'. Miss pwemlolyn Fisiier and a party of friends from Meniphis spent _ yesterday licrb. •Mrs.'.VJphn A. Plieeney and her molher,-'Mrs. J. D. Woodbn'm :arid MONDAY,, JUNE"26/. 1939 He'd Many Her-lf- After a strcniiQiis clay spent defending herself against a $60CO suit by n band leader who claimed his coaching metamorphosed her into a, Dorothy Lamour wound up in a New York night club with Stephen Fiild, Columbia Uroadcnsilng System executive. They denied it was loyc, but said eiccutivc Fuld, to rcpoiicrs: "I'd marry her if siie'tl lot inc." Memphis' this week. There will be a box supper al the Simpson Memorial Methodist church four miles southeast of Dell next Thursday night. Brefybody Is Invited to come aiid briiig a box. Mrs. G. C, Gate left Fr/diy morning for Philjipi, W.' Va./.yvhcre she is to be with a brother wlid is seriously ill. Mrs. Ray Priest, ,cf Helena, has bfcn visiting relatives here for lite past three weeks. Prisoners' Coats Checked And Jailer Fears Moths CLEVELANP, O. (UP)— Ninety- .iix overcoats hatiging on a line at the Cuyahoga county jail are pre- sentiiij a prohtcm for police. ''TJiey belong to prisoners transferred to l|ie stale penitentiary," Chief Jailer' Michael J. Kilbane .sajd, scratching his head, "who won't need','cm fcr a long lime. "But the trouble is, we can't get rid of the <xals because we gave the owners cialin checks. Looks like the moths will get them!" •MiMivHiH^BBHMSimHlBi QHEP Coulcst Spot in Towfi l)ell News The Woman's Missionary society iiiuuieiv.svirs. J. u. wooawirn :aiid prise-handkerchief shower Tuesday t \,-.y J, Miss Lpla Blythc rctiirncd last j night for Mrs. Curtis Downs. Mr. I ,„•:;,(„„ h, night from Nashylllc, Tcn'n, Mr.jDoiviis was' also presented with 1 ° Ptieeyi.ey, ,whp accompanied them ' lovely gifts, After games had been I thCl'D. Weijl. n)l In N/V«T Vncl.- r*H\r »^lni-/,/l f/>f,-nii,.,,n.,l- ^f )^..',^..J .1 • merit raadc by Hie rcsiguaticii of Tom Craig who goes to Wclner for r»i rf ?- ? ™y 's in brother* .. there, vveiit on to.Ncw T Vork where, he,'has been transferred. While ill Nashville, they' visited the Hermitage and oilier historical points, of the clly."." Greemvay. Malcjmb . Scout News Boys -,-..' : —._ Girls rejshmenls of lemonade . Miss Gladys Moody is vLsiliijg In Dinner Table Full of Flies? Hfrc'a » lo Jo. Vetor? mcallimc, close (hi To Miiyc StlPnor ..- • , • • r 1 ' v 11 ' icuunt:( Members of Boy Seoul Troop 37 for , a visit will have a walcrnielon supper at] ,1^31, Fre 7:3? ,o'clock at the" First Prcsby- v i s itii, B j, er and cake were served. Miss Christina Doy;c, : home ceo-" n.Binics teacher in the Dell high schoDl, left last week for Pangburn, Ark., where she will spend the summer vacation with her parents. Later in the slimmer she, with tier ,- i j • parents, will molpr to Texas where i ,wi»/Kd rSnWo J'«iK mLror 8 ™ 1 they will visit her uncle ilnnd insect Spray. • • Mrs. Turner and children of St. | ISiu A°d m« „„ „,„ ilnor LpllIS are the guests Of Mr. nn:r ' Don'tronfusoBccBrand Spray wllhothcrin- Mrs, E. M. wo:dard this week. " i ™'"~'"'" J '"- ' " Frank Luckctt of Helena visited his m ether, Mrs. J. A. 1,1 ctt returned with him lo Helena »'»»le money <in "JIMP;weak" Einclly Blurt, (irt Bee Brand "uu in, iiiv luuui win, a niiai 01 liM Insect Snray. I^jt the' roobi Btay clos^il liiutra. When yon BO back the only flics nlyii Watcb Society Of Conner News F«r Free Show Guettt Last Times Today of t . • ---~~ - ---.—j fjjji«,(5 JILI j4<«iiiHnjiiier Air^ s lodayl : n ' rC!l ' il V '"- a "" mmcetl T- **«»•», and /^. hA%*'. '• <K ' ily ' I E A Carte As/plans will be made fcr sum-: Arkansas iris been'ei mcr activities, officers of the troop i local school board I JfcflMpffl FONDA • BMDY • S'R • WH ELAN Directed by John Ford . - •.;;:.. IJiie 1 ilo,'y i 'jgf. Ab/aJiqiri ifVcoW '£.y'$-'i>•; f hot ; JiJi? NEVER 'le^'fojij [ : ^jf Also Farumouiil News & Coint'dy GENERAL ELECTRIC BELIEVES THIS TO BE The Finest Refrigerator Ever Built! 4.-H Club News 'Notes Leroy Watkins, 4-H club mem- h?r of Flat. Lake community, fs now making progress with his rcgUl- Elythtyille ilospUnl i" C(l Poland China gilt purchased Mrs. G. W. Parsley, Leachvill-;. through a 4-H Club loan from the Klmiltcd. , | Mississippi . County lyociuction Mrs. Bill Joiifs. city, admitted.)Credit Association. The gill, which Mrs. Melton Pierson, city, dis-i w!1s sll 'P'l by « *on of a iialional missed. ' ' irhnmninn rwnrH In- ft K-.T^n/-^ ^f Virginia Une, Lcachvllle. die- Glnmnlon owned by f(. B.'jours of nenr Blythcvll'lc, weighed -16 iiotimls wlicn Leroy piirdmscd lier on May - ...... „,.,„„»,«,. 1. Uiiring (he motitli of May she Mildred Burncttc. city, di'inte- jgained only li rounds, due. he *' istatcd. lo Hie moye nnd being . A. Mudd, Usnvillc, Ky.. ills-1 vaccinated. 'Hie nest, 21 missed. . Mrs.. Qscar. Vaughn, Urasgado- cio. dtEinjsse'J. J. H:, Jane's, Cnuitlierovillc dis- , s os]i,i C. O. Smith, clly, admitted. Miss . MaiMon Itogcr.';, (^nriilii- crsvllle, ndmltlcd. J. B, Chrrslnian, Dycss, ndiiiittt.l Memphh Kelh'idbl fto-.pital ' Mrs, C. J, Martin, itnjll. gatnrd 22 pounds, llo f.lll every week and makes a icc- ord of the gain. He dors not yet have n pasture for her, bill, lo Inke Ihc ptacc of II, ho keeps (ilfalfn tiny before her nt nil times slid imlls weeds mid grass for her In mldilkm. He keeps before her n ted. \\: "' ;Wtfi "^ r *-^^^ad*opened her Reid Courier K ew» wwt aas •'i'c ' ' ' - - - Feet hot, tired, inltnted, itchv perspiring? Annoying, isn't it? fjo this: sprinldo on famous iMcxicau ' ic Heat Tosvdcr, llicn sit' back and 'nli'' your contentment. "Il'"fecU so good" aiid gives you medicated protection against chafe irritations. Mexican ITcat Powder soothes— cools— relieves ilcIiiiiB of niinorrkin irritations— heal rasli. Be sure to nsk for faraoiis Mexican Heat Powder—it's "medicated." Rrinring comfort to thousands. Asls your druggist for Mexican Heat I'owrfcr MEXICAN & POWDER mixture r,f Ilinc, «n<l suit . , In n box under Ihc shod. ICiylity si|uarc mites of wlirat, have been destroyed by hailstones in a quarter of an hour In Canada Conifilclc Line of WESTINGHOUSE aECTRIC Ranges and Water-Healers WALPOLE'S ELECTRIC SHOP 110 S. Second I'hone 311 AND G-t PRJCII ARI LOWEST IN I SEE the new 1939 G-El It's high, wide and handsome! Jam-packed with new value, new features, new convenience. It's bnilr for kceps-noiliiiig experimental about it—both your foo<l arid your investment arc safe in the General Electric SELECTIVE AIR CONDITIONS Perfected at the World's Greatest Electrical Research Laboratories Sub-Freezing Storage low Temperature vyith High Humidity Storage High Humidity with Moderate Tempeiv oture Storage' Safety-Zone Storage No other refrigerator in the wprkl keeps foods looking and tasting better, and retains more of the health-giving vitamins longer, than does the 1939 G-H with Selective Air Conditions. i G-E THRIFT 1 I daddy e)'em 3ll 195 Big 6 ra. It. —Orcr 11 5<I. fl. of shelf area—,Ml-Scccl dM- n«—StainlcM Slct\ Supct-Frecier —Scalnl-in-Stccl G-E THRItr UNIT. he G-E Thrift Uni., ORIGINAL Werf tc- fctger«ting mechanism, has forced-feed lubrica- • lion ami oil cooling that give quiet operation* low current cost, Ions life. HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. TUESDAY S Wfll not ijc Pal Night this week Day or , TYRONE (HE^RY FONDA HAMCV KELlV i RANDOLPH SCOn lrt kj > K!"| Ajso selected slinrls Ailmiisicn Matmcc tOc A, 26c Night ICc & 3Ge FRIDAY, JUNE 30 200 GOQP REASONS '. Why you sShiMiJd attend lh« slmw Matinee or "Night •' BOXY Ktmkslon alwaja fOo Ik Z«c Mallnccs Frl.-S»l.-Snn. Last Times Today 'Undercover Doctor 7 Hi Lloyd Nolan & J Carrol Naish; Also Fox News & Comedy , Wsd.., Thur PAL NIGHTS! t admitted fnr (h<>' price .of I

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