The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 19, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 19, 1936
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fAGfc TWO" BLTTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COUlUEll NEWS TUESftAY/'JIAV -19','193(5' Ilufi'man Brothers Win Honors •'."'' As Mississippi College Students Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Delphian Fine Ails club meeting Hotel Noble, 10:30 a. m. •Mrs: W. H. Minyard having Wednesday Bridge club. Sunbeams meeting First Ballst church, 4 p. in. Bible study of Church ol Clirlst meeting with Mrs. Newt McLood. 2:30 P. M. Seniors being entertained with Ihcatre party by Mr. nmt Mrs. Edjar Borum and Mr. iind Mrs. O W. McCulchen. Central Ward I'.-T. A. nieeliiiR nt Central Ward Seliool Auditorium at 3:W o'clock. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. Ernest. Hasson having Thursday Contract club. Mrs. R. F. Klrshncr having the • Thursday Luncheon, club. : Officers ol Jewish Ladies AM meetiiiB at Temple Israel, 8 r. M. Mrs. J. Ernest Hasson liavhtK Thvrsrtay Contract club, 3:30 P. M. FRIDAY'S EVENTS • Dance at country club. Baccalaureate choir practice, city auditorium, 7:30 p.m. Stated meeting, O. E. S., 7:30 p.m. Jeanetta Jean Seabaugh liavlun dancing parly at lint, 8 p. in. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Crowder-KliiKt.weddinK at home of Mr. and Mrs. Mux Parks, tt:M p. in. ' Herein Class liar Meeting Plans [or future cnterlalnmcnt at inccliiies of (be Berean Sunday school class or the First Presbyterian church were made In a meeting last night at the home o_[ Mrs. E. A. Hale. " k Mrs. J. Nick Thcmas, the new president, announced she had ilnmed several committees to func- tjoi'i In this vjojcct. ; After the business session, nues- t'lons tram the old and hew testaments were asked. -• The hostess served cookie.? nnd punch to tlic seven members nnd four visitors present. Scores He I p. Make Birthday .Happy for Mrs. Misskelley "It was flu 1 happiest Itlrtlidiiy ot my life for 1 found nut thill many do cure (or old people." Mrs. Maitha Ann Miwkelley said today in (li^'ussln^ hi 1 ]' l)!Hli l)lr- Iliday celebration .Sunday. In answer to lier prblic Invltiilloii Sut- urday that some one please come to see hci 1 , she was visited by more than ICO persons at her horn;. 1 . 131H W. Holly St. Som< knew her long a<$ci when she | peclillecl patent inediclnrs from hr.use to house— others tHd not know In i- nl nil but read aljoul her in the paper, Home wero much richer than she, others almost as poor. And all tool: (jl They rcnlslrml In :i blitlKlaj bcok, which Mrs, Charles New cctnb kept for IHT, antl which I new Mrs, Misskelley's prla-d possession. In Hie morning a number Iron Ilic ticcond Ii:i|itist rliurrh visited lier und hi'td :i luief senifc nt her honor. In 111* 1 afternoon ttie Find, MelhodM i-lim'li, of which she l:> 11 member, ami the ynim{ people of the Hist Hapllsl church sent reprcsenlalivc.s for brief services cledteated tn Ihe oldest resident of rilythcvlllc. Tcday, Mrs. Mlsskcllcy Is very happy over her birthday mid hnf cntcrc'd her lOOlli year with iriorj Joy than sue has known for some lime. All'Hit excitement of Sunday In no way Impaired hci health and she Is feeling "rea pert" she salil. "IMrase Ihunk everyone for inc. They were al so kind anil [ tun happy onci again before I die." Mrs. Mlsskcltcy hns been pruc- (leally bedfast lor a number of years und has not been In het yard for four years. Bits of Mostly Personal'- Dorothy Dean Crawford, daugh- :cr of Ira Crawford nnd Mrs. Hiilli Crawford, who has been 111 [wo weeks from an ear Infection, is no better. She will probably be taken lo u specialist In Memphis tomorrow. , Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Shlblcy nnd family visited relatives In. New Madrid, Mo., Sunday. , Two Hlylhevllle young men, . Alvln and Frank HufTman, stu- 1 dents in Mississippi collene, Clinton, Miss,, arc their school's representatives In this year's edition of the American collegiate "Who's Who." a compendium of the country's 'outstanding; college and university studenls. .Selection for Inclusion in the publication Is based upon scholarship, leadership, service., extracurricular activities and cliarhcter- Islics Indicating future- usefulness lo society and tile business world, according to H. Pctlns' Randall editor. i .- ' Alvln. who will graduate June 1. Is president of the college glco club, news . editor of'" Ihc CoU Icgiitn. head .'cheer ! ,leader of the Billy Dee Simmons Is seriously 111 at the home of his •motllcr. Mrs. William Simmons, after having been suddenly lakcn sick last night. Mr. anil Mrs. Everett, B. aee and son, B. B., Jr., were In Memphis yesterday where E. B. Jr.. was Ls Junior iligli Will Present Slate's Confederate Period Auxiliary Has IHrlli&iy Program •;' Montreal, N. C.. the "home" of the Southern Presbyterian church, was tlic theme of Ihe program Monday afternoon, at, the First Presbyterian church, when the Woman's Auxiliary had its annual birthday program. Tlic program was presented hi a setting in-ranged to picture the natural mill cpirilual beauties of -^IontrJal, with ganlen Mowers. I" rainbow colors decorating" the ijtage. A picture of Ihc world overshadowed . a rainbow, formed in the background,'' with a pot of Gold at its end. j Mrs. Hives Allen, leader, was assisted by Mines. Ross Stevens. 'Fred Sanrtcfnr. Chester R, Bnb- ceck. G. W. Dillahunty, S. E. Vail, tali. W. A. Dobjiis, H. H. llouchins and l^slle Hooper and M^isscs Louise pobvns . and , Emma . Kate lllch- ards, who gave talks on Montreat. ^Thesc were enterspersed with music by --Mrs.- P. -B.- Joyner al the piano, Mrs. Allen, violinist, and Mrs. Stuart H. Salmon, soloist. : In carrying out the rainbow colors, members of circle 2 served takes, iced in many colors, and "orange juice during the social hour. '••- The offering taken will be sent to the "World Fellowship House" at Montreat, which Is used in the Summers for conference and as a dormitory in the winter for girls who attend Montreat Junior college. , III Hie Arkansas pageant, \vhleli will lie presented at Haley I-'leld Thrrsday ntglit, .lunlcr Ill;(h sehnol students will pit-sent the futirlh episode. deal- Ing with Ihe period of Ihc Confederacy. No admission will lie charged In the pageant," which will be Ihe contribution nt Ihe local school system to the observance of tlu centennial, H will slnrt at i! o'clock on an out-door stage which has been creeled on the high i school alhlelic field. The scene of the fourth episode. Is Ihe ball room (if a planter's hctue. It Is In the year IflGl. As Ihe episode opens negro slaves will be seen making preparations for a ball, tllll Chainblln In Ihe role of the butler, will give a solo dance nnd then tin other slnves, to be played by Virginia Hodge, Vera Elizabeth Cinod-j '•ich. To'nmv nean Hatcher, Itex Smith, Charles Caklwell and Tliur- inan Tinker will Join In a square ,:linCL ¥ . Pat Harrison and Mapy Jean Attliek will play Ihe parts of the host and hostess, whose appearance Interrupts the negroes fiance, The guests anlve for the ball 'f|:vl t'i: licfcl. leads .[lit! grand nuirch, followed by u quad- i mu.slc. rille. In which the following students will participate: Pal Hanson, Mary Jean Alfllck, Joint I lampion, Lorelta Euuanks, Lloyi florniun. Jean Iluurlanil, Hiirnk Eczlcr, Geralillnc Fi'eeman, Car- Ihol Hyde, Miu-Jorlc Mays. Jnnies Maxwell, Earlene Graham, never ley Fllmi, Mildred Mulr. W. II Holianning, Uetty Jo Hargclt Cliiiule Stewnrt, lone Mrry. ft llullieriord, Mnry Helen Moon Clck White, rtutli Clnyd, Jainc Pounds unit Patricia Wise. JuV. as (by; linnet ends a. courier, rjlmrles I'nrlle, rushes in- lo the ball room. lie bring' Ihe message thai Arkansas has seceded from Ihe rniou. with till' announcenient the. host raises (lie Confederate ling unit leads tin- group In sinking "The Bonnie Blue Flag." "Dixie" Is then played and UK ilunccrs leave tlie stage. Etuileuls who play the music for the episode are noiinlc Jean Buchanan, Amy linth Morris, Mar- Joric atcvcns, Ted Krulz und Bctlj Jo Essary. Mrs. J. .Walter Hill is direct Ing the making of the er*li'tnei for this episode nnd Miss' Mnry Fmma Hood Is In charge of llu ball of the University of Notre Dame, South Uend, Ind., Saturday night. She was nvltcd by Wiliam J. Schmuhl of Michigan Cily., general cluiirman of .the The dance, whien is the out-] itandlug sccial event of the year, | is the last of the four dances given annunlly and - the mast elaborate. Favors for the girls' were pendenl sets with the unlvcrsUj, in mother of pearl ind gold encrusted on Ilicin nnd the lU'ognims were in while kill. There were 300 couples prc-sent. Miss Keek is ti junior at Llnden- wocd college, Si. Charles, Mo. Osccola Society — Personal In Blyibcvillc Tcople At lend Boat IJance ' A number of Blyllicvllle )x:oplc jittcndcd Ihe. dance on Ihe boal .'JS'' last night from the Suns Souci landing south of Qfcco'.n The dance and- excursion was sponsored by the American Legioi Rusiliary and tlie U.D.C. chapter which netted substantial sums. Mu5ic was funiishcd by ''The Cot Urn •Pickers.'' ..This boat is enroutc to St. Ujuis from Memphis, where it was used as an attraction • for the Collon Carnival. .. * » * Country Club ' Dance I'lanncd, : Bobby Orcer and his orchestra Tdll have their farewell engagement here Friday night when they play for the country club danc3. The serial comaiittce is planning to cany ovt a "different" prcjram. for the cccasion, with S. J. Cohen as master of ceremonies. Mr. and Mrs. Charlrs Crigser will ten'c as host and hcsifes. Th2 cabaret affair will begin at nine o'clock. Ilns liirllulay Party. Knex Webb jr.. \vas live years :kl Sunilay so he had a party yesterday afternoon at his home. 126 E. Davis avenue, to which he invilrd 15 frientls. The children "lishrd" for favors. selected individually, and wen: also given balloons. In serving refreshments, the table had the lighted birthday cake fur a cente-rpicce. Ire cream was served with iced animal coflk- irs. KnctN was iis^islcd in entertaining his quests by his molher and his sister. Martha Ann. 10 ami 8 I'.- T. A. J Tl: Have Hay l-'ritlay Members of the Parent-Teacher Association of (he -10 anil 8 school will be characters in a play, lo be !•"*>". presented Friday night, 8' o'clock, Ji -, the scluxil. The proceeds will go to the Rcn- crol treasury ot the orgniralion. Mre. Willlnin Slcwart antl son Frank Grigsby and wife of lily Ihevillc have gone to Jonesbor nnd Marif.n. 111., for h week's vlsi Mrs. E. A. Ten ford visited cousin. Mrs. J. M. Smith, Memphis over tlie weekend. Chief of Police Dave Young Is in Washington for two weeks on business. : Mrs. John Edringlon was hos- iers lo her bridge club Thursday afternoon at her home on Broadway. High score prl/c among (he club members was won by Mrs; Ed Qntnn. Mre. Harry Driver won the guest prize and Mrs. J. II. Heck cut consolation prize. Miss Mary Elizabeth Ballonc entertained the senior class, ot which she is a member, nnd their sponsor with a scavenger hunt and bingo parly nt her home. Friday night. Miss Clementine Bowen anil Clmrles SulleiiRer won the prize in the hunt, and Miss Marian Cromcr wax the winner in the bingo gnmcs. Mrs. O. Howton and Mr. and Mrs. John ThweaH of I.uxorn had ar. their guesl.V Sunday the Rev. Silas A. Thwcatt, of Utitlc, Mont., [Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Thweatt and •lohn. of Caruthci^vllle, and Mrs. J. w. Spann and daughter, Jeanctle. .of Memphis. The Rev. Mr. Thweatt. n former resident rented for an ear ailment. He nuch better lo<lay. Mrs. J. Ernest Hasson, MIT>. L,oy Velch and Mrs, Holanil Green arc n Memphis today. Harvey Morris has returned i oin Hot Springs where lie nt- cnited the 3Glh annual slate convention of the Insurance Agents if Arkansas for three days. Mre. II. 11, lienncll, of Bassclt, b> a patient al the Memphis Melh- cillsl hospital. Mis. Loy Welch Is In Memphis today. Besscnl. Randolph, of ;,Carulh- ir.sville, was admitted lo llie Mcnv- phls Methodist hospital yesterday Mr antl Mrs. W. D. 'Chainblln have as llielr guests, Mrs. Cham blln's minis, Mrs. II. M. Jackson and Mrs, Sara Clayton, of Hardy and Mrs. C. S. Dixou, of White-j Inn-en. Tenn., who will he here this week. . ; i llernartl Gooch, who has been ill more than a week, is still confined lo his bed. Mrs. E. If. Cobb has returned from Memphis where she visited [luring Ihe Cotton Carnival. Miss Georgia Lee, of Ashcvllle, N'.' C., who has been spending her vacation with relatives here, anil Miss Grace McFnrlanil hnvc been in Memphis as the guests of Mrs. •Veil Gore while attending. the ollon Carnival. 'Mr, anil Mre. S. J. Coheir arc i Memphis today. ,' : B. J. Allen, P. B. Joyner, W . Wunderlich and Russell Parr re In tittle Rock ' today for an oil meeting. r { Samuel F. Morris, who has'beer ijiilto 111, Is unimproved loday. Mr. anil Mrs. Clllford Joyne and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Phcbu: and daughter, of Union Cits Tcnn., were guests of Mrs. Joy ncr's parents, Mr. an'il Mrs. J.'F Whltworth. Sunday. Mi's. Whi'l worth, who has been quite II is now much- better. The Rev. Stunrl If. Salnioi pastor of the First Prcsbylcrla chrrch, will leave tomorrow fo Augusta. On., where he will at tend Ihe General Assembly meet !n» of the Southern Presbyteria church. He is going with n part of friends who will meet in Mem phis. He will return May Mrs. Paul Bynun and children Larry and Dennle, anil Mr. an Mrs. Charles Freeman, left Sur dny for Houston, Texas, to vis Mrs. Uyrum's parents. Mrs. Dave Halstcad and Edwin, are vlslllng in McGchc Ark., willi Mr. Halstcad. class, and a jc!lrcc($rVpf i.thc college "llaptist Training'/Union.,His honors of other-years ..Include winning the Frank Slater ,voice scholarship, business manager of the glee club, and n member of the college ipinrt-.'t. He plans' lo be asccclaled will) lilii uncle In the lumber Frank, who Is a president of Ihe. soelalc news edilor of IcghnV. r' llaie president Baptist Students Union slslanl clicer leader. Sliaring honors with llicrs Is Miss Virginia who will graduate from college.--Clinton, Miss., father nnd business, junior, is viee- elce club, as- Ihc Col-. of the and as- hcr bro- llulfman, Illlliiian June 1. llils year she ranked highest in Ijtblc study ti'ritj •;was'. voted the girl svlth Ihe most' individuality. She was a principal In Ihe rc- ccnl May Day Icte and is organist for Ihc college Sunday- school group. They arc sons and darghter of Alvin Hun-man and make their hcme with their uncle nnd aunts, Mr. antl Mrs. Jake Hull 111:111 an-.l Miss Luna B. Wllhclm. Cleveland Orchestra Will Play at Noble Gill Wilson and' Ills Hotel Noble chcstra, hue of Cleveland, O., II play for dances at the • ho- I beginning Wednesday, It has •cti announced by the manager, •ssce Slltt. A new plan is being Inaugur- ed (his week with dinner dan- 's featured on Wednesday, Fri- XV and Saturday night, from even rntil nine o'clock, to be cllowed by the regular dances. Sues for Divorce Mildred Harper has tiled su in chancery court against, M fliali Ihirpcr. nsking a divorce Ihe ground ol Indignities. Vhjir Greene the plntntlfl. is attorney f Five Irom This County Are Awarded Degrees JCNKSHORO. Ark.—Five resi dent.', cf Mississippi county were amoni! Ilic In Arkansas Slate college graduates who received decrees at commencement exerciser here last night. They are Bethany Duke Fnlight ol Mississippi county, preached at Ihe Baptist church in tlie absence, e.f (he pastor. Childrei Like If :Iold Clinics For Typhoid, Smallpox At Coiiniy Schools With May and June months when there are numerous cases of. communicable diseases, ihe Mississippi County Health mil Is conduclliv] clinics throughout-Ihe county In on effect to decrease .hcse illnesses. Clinics for typhoid Inncculallonn have been held at while schools: •C.ii'oon. frazier, W;sl Ridge, Burdeltc Linney, Black Water, Shady Glove, .Armorel am Sudbrry, antl at negro sclioub at Ynrbro, Hosa, Luxora, rroln- Ised Land and Calumet. Clinks for smallpox vaccinations have teen held at tht-st white schools; Lancy, Kocky, Red line. Carinl. Etuwah. Wesl Rltlgt Carson, Clear I«-tkc, Hurdctte 1'awhecn, 40 and 8, Hightowci Shady Grove, Black Water an Linney. ami at these negro schools; Calumet, Luxorn, Oseeola, Qridei Caraon. Frenchman's Biiyou, Bird song and Clear Lake. Diphtheria clinics have been icltl al these while schools: 1'aw- iecn, Linney, Black Water.' Uincy, Burdctte, Carson arid Shady Bend. All sti'dents In these schools have been surveyed and Inspect:d nnd given physical examimi- lons by Dr. A. M. Washhurn, dl- ector of (he health unit, Miss Annabel Biyaiit, nurse, and Erlnn , Kcnttriek, negro nurse. Jouricr News classified Ads KIDNEY and BLADDER i DISORDERS f vr [)•*•] "Tons. Guard against Ihc-c c'.Jsonk'i's by taking FOR THE BLADDER Rorimi's, I-'oivler Druff Store, Highway Cut Kate, Kirliy Drug Store. Main Cut llale, Uoblnson Jlriifi Co., HlyllicviUe; Lewis Pharmacy, Dell; Cooper 1'haimucy, Cootrr ami Ilclliinil; Slcwart & Stewart, Manila. ' C-V Laboratories, Inc., Memphis Dine ui the BLUE ROOM Dance FREE! Wednesday Nigh I. I-' HutTiiKin Greenland has been the place of many large meteorites from which Eskimos pounded bits of metal, mere flakes. These they Inserted in the cutting their harpoon points. edges ?1 per Dinner served 6:30 'til 9 Stay and dance as long as you please ... No cover charge to dinner guests. Cover charge after 0 1 Tfit; |)ci- couple WILSON AND IMS HO'l'Kl, NOHI-K ORCHRSTKA B I 1 Ivcrylhlng for Your Eulcrlainiiicnli <J and Comfort '• COOl.KSTSPOT IN TOWN! TONIGHT IS $75 BANK NIGHT! , wrek Mrs. Vauchll [Mlll^ball cf Ihis city \vJS called for the S50.00— She was not prescnl^-SIak- iliC HANK DHPOSIT TONItiHT— S7S.CO! ! : ON Till! SCHKKN TODAY ONI.V Ii ihe criminal lawyer as much to blame for crime as the killers defends? THIDEUCIOU5 CHEWING GUMUXMrVC R?iss Branson Awarded Scholarship at Brenau Mayfieltl, I.caehville, badii'lor ol science ileyrccs. To Ccmplinicnl Seniors. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCutchi'ii and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bornni will entertain' members of the graduating cla&j and tlic faculty cf Ihc city high school with a theatre party Wednesday night in honor of Ihcir daughters. Miss _ Betty L£C McCutchen and MissiKCV. Ellpna D. Mary Elizabeth Bonjm. Tlic. class and teachers will sec William Powell In "Tlic Ex-Mrs. Bradford" at' Ihc . Rits Ihcatre nnn laler will have refreshments at Bcrum's' Drug store. Miss Jane Branson, valedictorian of the city high school grad- n^tini: cla.^i. has. been awarded a four-year scholarship by Brcnan .college. Gainesville, Ga. She won nnd Pobjrt Preston IMnicy. both I'he scholarship 'in a competitive a Ulylheviile. \vlu> received bncli-! examination in which 12 girls in I rtor of science decrees; Bess]'he United States making the EU-.inor Thwcalt. Lraora. Dcllal i hishc-st grades were awarded scho- Mike. Manila and Martin De^iv' larshlps. who received in education Matearcl Keck Queen Ai: Noire -Dame . Dance Miss. Margaret Keck, daughter of Judge and. Mrs. O. E Keck, was queen . of ] the annual senior Will Preach Wednesday The Rev. Etipha D. Bcasley. fcrmerly pastor of Ihc First Church ol the Nazaroiic. will preach at that cht:rch Wednesday night. She arrived last night for a visit with Mr, anrl Mrs. Henry Rhylce, after conducting an evangelistic meeting at Fulton, Ky. Tlie. award, which Is valued at SI,000. is made annually. Miss Branson plans to cnler lircnau collcpe in Seplcmbcr. Alaska, which Ihe United Slates bcnslit from Russia for S7.2CO.OOO, has produced $600.000,000 worth of minerals since 1880. KVKKV DAV MUCKS Kodak llnishing—any slm Rx roll rinishccl complete. 3Bc Post e,\rti pholosr.iphs. 2 for 25c. or si per dozen. Stamps. 0 for inc. Wylie Picture Shop Across From Roxy Theatre NOT1CF- 1 The rnllon-lng dental offices will he- closed every Thiusilay' afternoon durin;; the summer. Drs. llrcivcr, Chilli, Jloore anil Taylor rou HICADTV SUKVJ Call ids M.\K(;,\HI;TS IIKAUTV suor Ingram HWu. Drs. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Stori. "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone 540 Knitting Classes Tuesdays & Fridays, 2:30 P. M. 11M Chlcliasawba INSTRUCTIONS FREE ORDERS TAKEN FOR "BERNAT" YARN Mrs. Leslie Hecpor Mrs. A. C. Hsle.y Phone 152 Margaret Callahan" Erik RhoJci • Owen D»T|>, Jr. DitKhJly LOUIS KING AiwtiaU proJtlctl, Ctiff RclJ '.<.-.- i ' .RKO^RADIO PICTURE. 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