The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1936 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 21, 1936
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tHU&SDAY, MAY BLYTHBVItLE, '(AUK.) COUUUOJl NEWS Social Calendar • FRIDAY'S EVENTS ' Hancc at country club. Hui'ralaure.'ite cliolr , practice, city auditorium, 1:30 p.m. Stated nuellng, O. E. 3., 1:30 P.HI. Jeanetta Jean Scabaugh having dancing party at hut, 8 p. m. Royal Neighbors meeting \vUlt Mrs. C. O. Hires. 8 P. M. Music department meeting with Mrs. fl. P. Paddisoii, 3 p. in. Hccond Baptist church executive committees meeting at the church 2:30 p. in. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Crowder-King wedding at honic m Mr. and Mrs. Max Parks, 8:30 j). in. Children of Confederacy having picnic meeting at, home of Mrs. Jamrs 1J. Clark, 12 M. Officers Elected The newly organized Woman's Missionary Union of the Second HapttRL church elected, officers in :i meeting Monday afternoon, at NIC home of Mrs. Thomas Began They arc: Mrs. Earl Walker, prcs- iucnl; Mrs. Brogdon, first vice in-t'Sldent; Mrs. T. I. Seay, second vice president; Mrs. Ed Cow-j Ecrt, third vice president; Mrs Cecil Graves, corresponding secretary; Miss Lois Lunsford, recording secretary; Mrs. Pannell, pianist; Mrs. Dozler, singing leader, Mrs. Richards, social chnlrmniv Mrs. Virgil Holt, reporter. In addition to the 15 members present, there were three new ones. Mrs. W. W. Boney, Mrs. W C. Boney and Mrs. E, V. Toinlln- •son. Mrs. Earl Walker gave the devotional, with the scripture lesson Uiken from James I. Mrs. Bogan conducted th cbusincss session The meeting was dismissed with prayer by Mr. Dozier. Mrs. Seay and Mrs. Graves helped Mrs. Bogan in the serving of rcfi-csmenls. * * t. ' '' ' ' Central P.-T. A. Has Last Program. The final meeting of t'nc Central Ward faiciH-Teaclier Association for tills school year was held yesterday when Mrs. Marcus Evrard was leader. Reports of chairmen related the year's activities which have been featured with numerous projects which helped the students with special emphasis placed upon the under-privileged boys and girls. Students of the sixth grade sang "The Parade of the Wooden Soldiers." Marjorie Warren read "The ^ Tide of Fashion Sweeps Beaches Bits of News Mostly Pei'soiml Show; Must Go On W. Hulnes gave and Mrs. Harry the president's Mrs. Rodney BnnLsler, w'no has resigned as teacher of first grndc after a number of years of service, was presented a bowl filled with flowers, a gift from the or- Sanizntion in appreciation for her work. That she has excelled In the work of laying excellent foundations for 'Hundreds of boys and girls, who have developed excellent characters, is widely recognized. Miss Mary Outlaw's room won the dollar prize for the largest attendance. iride' Complimented. Mrs. Darrel Lunsford. who was Mrs. Sneiw Williams, of Osce fl l^. Is a pnllent at llw Memphis Mi'Uiodlsl hospital. Collier KirhiBlon. of Osceolii. wns liken lo Die Memphis Baptist hospital yeslerdiiy. ^fll|•clls Evrard L<j nUrtidtiig to business In Piirngonkl today. Mrs. E. 1. Thorne, of Osccohx (nken to Ilio Memphis Hnpllst A silt bathing ensemble (left) consists of shorts, sv.iiu suit hal ter and swngfeor coal of printed si|k. Tlie otlwr , , .1 ,• ,. rne s The (right) fe.of pale lemon yellow silk and include, shorts and halter top rtbea 1 b striped awning fabric selves as a be.ich cl.ialr. :':. euest, Mrs. Spurecpn Patlcrson of Jackson, Miss., who Is visiting her mother, Mrs. \v! T. .Obcfst. 9 - ,' * ' Jiridc Compliracnled ' Mrs. Dick .Watson,' who-was before her recent marriage, Miss Lu- ciie. Bouiland, was guest of honor nt a bunco parly niitT.mlsccllanc- and Mre. O. W. McCutchen and iVfr. and Mrs. Edgar Bormn. Membci-s of the senior class and the faculty saw "The Ex-Mrs Bradford" «t the Ritz (heater and later were served Ice cream and cookies at ! Boriim's Drug Store. The tables ted centerpieces of red carnations nnd oaby breath, car- oiis shower given ;last ;night 'by ,y\n e , out the school colors of red Mrs. Jimmle Smothernian, Miss and - white. Gladys Smothefnmv, and- Miss! Inez Wheeler: at 'the: home. Mrs. James Sanders • won Wheeler. Muclo Department I to Have Prograni. high The Mus'.c depar score prize, Mrs.: Oscar Mc'Pall, the Wotna department of the postiioiied its iO\»; score award, and Miss Pauline' meeting from last Frldny nfter- Hires the :traVElln.e. i prize,'.,.. Mrs. .noon;.-jvtll meet,tomorrow after- r i Wl Mi WM M l ii 9r j h r er reCent noon '3 o'clock, nt the home of Mrs. marringe, Miss.-Mildred Lee Nor- ; R. p. Pnddlson. Mrs J p Friend man, .wns also'presented a-gift. will be leader •".'•. A Pink and: white' -mottf . was I "American .Music" is the subject used in decorating the" house an« of the program. Bessie Partce and negro o the in the refreshments'of ices served her cliorus. at- girls of the 16 guests. Mrs: Watson and''school-will sins; "Listen 't Mrs. .McFaH's-. chairs were marked Lord" and "Cert'n'y the Lord' m.a ay. corsages: of.- -pink roses and Rives Allen will play the vloiin se- swcet peas. » -.* Club Has Guests• lection.of "Idyl," MacDowcll, with Mrs.: p. B. Joyner at the piano "Land.-of : the Sky Blue 'Water," Mmes. W. Leon; Smith, CaiTol Ort dman, and "Indian Love Call," Blakemore and J. Nick Thomas Frlr nl. will b esung by Mrs. Charles were guests of Mrs. W. H. Min-1 Bright. Miss Knfiiryn Grear will yard when she had the Wedrics-1 " la v a ; piano number, to be sc- loimerly M:*S Mabel Pondren, was complimented last night when . 32 friends surprised lier with a £nowcr at her new home on West Main street. The affair was plnnncd by Mrs. Brownie Dozier and Mrs. W. P. King, who served refreshments of candies and cold drinks. The gifts were for Mr. and Mrs. Lunsford's new home. * * * tiuccts at Club. Miss Elizabeth Rivers of Elgin Texas .hoiiscguest of Miss ituth Butt. Mrs. joe Litzelfclner of Washington. D. C., Who is visiting Ur. and Mrs. S. P. Martin. Mines. Chester Calctweli. W. D. McClurkin. Jim Harwell and Oscar Hard- awny were guests of Mrs. J. W. Adams when s?ic cntcrialned tlie Younger Set BOdge club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. W. A. Afflict won high score and Miss Sue Butt won second high among the club members and Mrs. Harwell won a 'Handkerchief for the guest prize. * * * install Officers At r.uiichcnn Meeting Officers for the 'coming year v.'cre Installed In the annual luncheon meeting of the Delphian Fine Arts club Wednesday at the Hotel Noble. They arc: Mrs. Dixie Crawford, president; Mrs. O. .W. Dillahunty. vice president; Mrs. John W. Meyer, secretary; Mrs. Harry W. Unities, treasurer; Mmes. W. L. Horner. A. B. Fair-field and M. O. Usrey. members of the Seminar board. The ceremony featured the meeting, held in the morning. Mrs. Stuart H.. Salmon was enrolled as a now member. For the program Mrs, Crawford wns leader with the subject "Labor." Mrs. C. W. Afflick reviewed "The Furies" Henley. Lunch was served in the Rose room to the 15 members and one day. Bridge club this week. IIccted. Roses and other garden flowers! J^ r f,'." Faddis ° Il -. Hnd ' Mr i- George atlrtcd a colorful note 'IB her llv-' ing room where the small tables were arranged for:lunch. Mrs. •Smith won .first and-Mrs Harry Kirby, second high. ' Person on rec *' * .* . ~ Aimorel Fically Given Fish Supper. Mr. and Mrs. Beverly-.M. Turner cnterlainecJ tile Ar:iiorel Junior iligh school faculty, members wit'n a fish slipper Fi'iday night at their country home at Barflc'ld." Ouests wort: O. D. ConaUer, T. C. Thornton,.-Mrs. Alice Womack. Miss Delia Piirtle, Miss Marguerite Matthews, Miss Kathryn Great, tsac'ners, and . Mrs. Conalser and Mrs. Tliornton. * * * Mirscs McCutchcn and llnrimi Arc-'Complimented Misses Betty - Lee .Mc.Cutc.lim and Mary Elizabeth Borum. mem- bci-s of the graduating, class of the city hihg scnon', were guests of honor for n theater parly given '--' night -by their parents, Mr. i Miss Martha Lee Hall Queen at Cape College Miss Martha Lee Hall, daughter' of Mr. and Mrs, A. Q.. Hall, w(1 . Sagamore Queen" nl the Southeast Missouri State Teachers' c ol- egc. oapc Girnrdeau, In Us closing celebration. Miss'Hull „.„., TC . i , 5 s °" e<o! t! ' c r ° ur ca '"H- OMs, chosen as representatives of each of the women's .soclaties ond the non-society group, and the final selection \vas made by Fred Con way, of the Washington Unlversltv Art school.' Rt-.T^ni» , school, Being chosen as sagamore Queen outstanding honor at this vMch Miss Hull has attended . for throe years When a student In the local schools she received numeiotts lion- Jm'ilor High 1 " ° ' WOS b2 '" S MISS She lias ictuineri . ML«s Kll?.ubeth ulvers. of RlglD, 'IVxas, Is'lto JUPSI of Miss Hull) null. She will be here Iwo weeks. Mrs. W. L. lloberlsoii. formerly of H'ls eity and now of Linden, Texas, hns rcluvned for a visll here wllh Mr, and Mrs. Elwooil s«ilt, nnd in Sleele, where she Is the guest "f her sister, Mrs. jack O/.uu>nt nnd family. Mr, itobevtson was foiiiifrly mana^i' of Hie locul of«•<• of the • Western Union.- KngcnC nlackwell and llcrshel Mostey. who have been unending Die University ol .Alntanm, nt '1'us- caloosti, 'for Ihe s[irhi B term, will nrrlve home Saturday. Jimmle Tlpton, , w iio niso attends that H'hool, will be 'nonie within n few days. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dick Tioberl.s will lo El. Units Sunday to visll u cousin of Mrs. lloberts. They will "la> visit in indlannpolls before returning home. Mrs. Jumes u. clurk relunirf yesterday from not Springs where ••*lie attended the sti\U> meeting of tho Democratic Women's clubs, she is local chairman and historian of the district B rai:p, of which' she wns formerly chalrmnn. Pat.o'Urynnl, "who has been 111 nt the Memphis Vclcrniis hospllnl for tho past six weeks, pimis lo rc- lurn home the last of (he week. Samuel p. Norris, «',i 0 has been »1 for a week, l s much belter today. Mrs. W. H. Glover was taken to e Memphis Baptist hospital In » Cobb tunbnlanro this morning, The Rev. and Mrs. V. is. chiil- fim raid family have none lo Au- BUsta, Ark., to be with the Nov. Mr Cnalfaiil's father, wlio Is -crltlcnlly Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCart, of Helena. are guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. O. W. Lewis nml other friends. They will be hero until Sunday.- Mrs. Allan Wnlloii 1ms returned from a visit In Memphis. Mr, and Mi's. R. L. Shurrlck and sen. Ullly, will arrive Sntnrdiiy from Greensboro, N. C., for a visit with Mrs. Sherrlek's parents, Dr rod Mrs. C. E. Wilson and family. Mrs. SVinrrick and lilllj. will spend some time while Mr. sher- rlck will return here at Intervals while working through the south. Mr. mid Mrs. W. M. Hartley were in Hornersvllle. MO., yesterday .for the funeral of Mr. Bnrtlcy's sls[.-r U n/E COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN'! Here for the sum lo 'her home mer vacation < h L n . rcn of Uc Sftll »ra Oescrl is suld to be more than 35000QO square miles FOU DISTINCTIVE liEAUTY SEUVICIO Call IOC MAUGAKET'S BEAUTY SHO1 1 Ingram- Bide, Knitting Classes Tuesdays fo Fridays, 2:30 P. M. 1109 Chlckasawba INSTRUCTIONS FREE ORDERS TAKEN FOR "BERNAT 1 ' YARN Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. C. Haley Phono 732 Etc Brand Insect Powder kills trawlmg ( .iiisccte .32% tiuickcr. because it j ground liner—into mote kilW particlcj per ounce. A?k for it by name. KIU Flying Insects with Bee °, r i. n <i In «£' t Spr.y. Contain.. *il% Extri Killmc PoMtr (47« more pyrelnrinsll McCormick Co,, Inc., If T T. T T T T O.Uf tKlLA USES NO ELECTRICITY . . , REQUIRES NO RUNNING WATER ... HAS NO MOVING PARTS ... : . OPERATES ON KEROSENE You simply light iu kerosene burners, in<i forget it. Hyccy- ;rs, ,5 cl>c a lutomsiic. ;ltwo hours after lighting, the (.burners jo out. And you get i ' FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION We would like to hive you sec adjustable shelves and many tvvcnty-four houri or.more of refrigeration with one lighting. Tin's short burning civet J'Ou modem refrigeration in iu most economical form. the beautiful new models we arc offcn'nc for 1936.*l'licir new cesign »ntl soft, cream-white finish bring new 'your Iciichcn. And [porcelain^ • beauty toj HUBBARD FURNITURE "CO, other features h»ve been acidcci for your greater convenience. Ask for free home demonstration. Liberal (liirchasi terms, if desired. SUPEREEX THEOIUURNINO -REFRIGERATOR A rtopucr or r;»rieiin« s T oi Last Time Today \Vi)Ii:im i'owell »ntl Jean Arlhur in 'The Ex-Mrs. Bradford' Vllaffiono IlllllmHrd an'l "Alarcli of Time" Scries —Aclmfssion— Matlutc—10 * 25c—With Ic I' Night—10 & 3Sc—With Ic Tax , LllXOl'U Society — Personal Ui 1 . n I id Mrs. K. It. uonnn W cre culled lo IVsoto. Ill,, siintlny to nt- tcnd Iliu funeral o[ Dr. llogun's uncle, liud llrt-ow. Mrs. Hosi) Sclimiita-i'hl nnd Mrs Muiidlno'French, of Memphis, were 'tho weekend uiKisl.s of Mrs '« i Smll'n, " The:'Rev. Silus Tlnvoau, a for- iner resident of Lusoi-n now of liulte. Mont.,, where | U > hns been pastor of llin First lliipllst church for four years, «us (he guest O f Mr. nnd Mrs. William TluraUl Snlurdny nlB'iit. l|« , VU|S i>nroute home fronf- Hip Soiillicni Utmtljt Convention In 81. I«uls n 0 niifil the pulpit lit Ihc osnxilii Uapllst chnreli Sunday 'mornluif m tlie itu- senco of Ihc pastor, the ifcv K ]. Colo. " ' Mrs. keiinelh Vliv.s O f K| n-, indo. Ark., to vlsilln s in ii u ,' | lulnil of her piirenls, Mr. un,l Mrs. will M . - Miillte Prison, of Wlmion. aiv'lliB BUOSU Of ,Jlfl8. Hill's jlsu-,. M) . s liiirtlo Uonds. of DoubU. iiil<| K es Mrs. 0. C. Driver unit Mrs ttiln iudi inn went, lo Jum-sboro Snmlny lxlit. to titlcnd ti w bacciihmrculc service of Arkansas Slnlc colli'ne Mrs. will wood motored | o c.i'- t'ir * Vl "« r ' 1 ^" 1 "J' <<> -w '"or sister, Mrs. Waller Dimcnn, . Mlsse.s Mildred and Mnltli- Till limn, of Memphis, griKhintcs of Lusora high school, were here sim- diiy lo attend (lie liacenlmireuto ,Eervlco nnd visit friends x "-. A 'V is<J ; Mlw Nora Wise, nnd tn •I?,"''' 1 , ]lmn wcru M<™- phls ylsliors 'ftiesday Mrs. Kobcrt ubcrls, of west MoniDlils. Is foe guest of her pir- . Miss Plemiulng is nt home with her parents, fnc ncv. ,,ml Mrs. i, M' cminlii. for three weeks, nfler which MIC will enter Arkansas stale college for U, e first e l x weeks sum- K, >' Mbs I ' >Icl "»' 1 »« H"« been- a teacher In the Trumanu, Aik..- schools for c-lglil years, she was accompanied liamc by Mrs Parks of Tiumiinn, w'ho will bo « guest In the Plemmtnij home for .sci'cral days, ' Mr. and Mrs. James. T, Handle nnd son. James T. jr.. left Tucs- day mornhlg f or » vls[t o( s ^ , Miss Hess Klcniior Tliweatt was S'l'T" "' l ° Jmc ^o Monday nig I by her parenUi, Mr . „,„, Mrs ' William Thwcall, for her Mk .n°"' Al ' k ""«" atulo 1^,1? , W " wns nm " n « " lc 8''"'. ,>","- ''"'""I hononibli! men- lion, bcslh.-s bt-lng one or tho be ,t h s nH m ?T, b " S ° f illc £ctllor c "' ss ni.spile of the fnct thai she finished PAGE FIV1- hcr college woik At nild-tcrm. s!w mnjoicti In Kiifiuu ami la a mcm- u-of. tho phi Tliela Kappa frnlcr- MTs. O. Hovvton mid Mr. niid Mrs. Jotm Tiwontt iwil no ilieir H ucsUi Sunday : M ra :-. j. 0 . 'Spun,,, Mto JcniwUc spun, or Memphis, Mr, Hfiiiy TluTOvU.'Of CAi'iilliorsville, Mo., nml ttic .H™, sta Tlnvmi of Hutlc, Mont,. •:'. -.".;'.' ,0 T,' W C( ," Krn " '''•'•' -' OIV Of M' 1 '. ml Mrs. Clmrlcs Oorkran. nvlvcd iMesdny iifiemoon from quiiiillw, V«, wlirre lie |s:sl(UloiiW tn the Miirlne cor|». for n visit of several <i«ys, lie win «ium 10 cj,,,,,,)!. to nnit on jinio 0;lils bMtnlloii win for sail Dlcijn., c»l,, ( or nn Indefinite stay, Tiiey w m stop £ ' railiw,; Texas, ror a ' Hhrce -SaVa , , e a vlsll nt the Texas Centennial - -! Wclc Jlnugliloii, editor of the - 'OOlton mid Cotton-oil Ncv,s Joui'- iinl,' of Dnllus, Texas, and MrJ HiuiBiiloi) »oie luncliton g ue sti luesdny of Mr. and Mrs. s. 'J. Sinlln, They \\cro linrouto to Menft phis to nut-mi the Oil Mill supcrlii- IcndcnU convention • lag Train ltecor<l CUtmtil 1 NIPAW1N, Sink (OLD - E j Mori-Is has established Mint fe lii'llevcd (o be n new CmiatllnjSi n u'coul with n Uactor The Iruelor hauled a log tiahi weight l»« 1,400 (OILS nine miles to n'mllf y SPECIALS Friday - Saturday - Sunday •ALL DAY- CAKE Lemon Layer Kadi Delicious Home OC Aliulc, l)o/.. 0 (MM CAKE l''rull Killed Kuch SWEET CINNAMON LOAF LADYFINGERS l)o/. 6° Watch for 'The BUTTEREG Hour 1 6 to 6 P.M. Daily Ik'Klnnlnjj 1'Vidn.v, M,,y 22ml we will failure DAILY » »lcie R Ho,,,- At I his bom- we will inlnxluce nuiiiy new niotliicls lit Special Prices. /•'«)• Friday, Saturday, Sunday Front C> to 6 P. M. Only Hot Donuls, D'v t . . Hoi Citiflmon Rolls, Doz .............. Hot Pmkcr House Rolls, Dez. H«t a;,, Roiis, DOZ. ......... ........ ; . ; ' Cocoamit or Sugar Cookies, Doz. g c 3 C Ely theville Baking Co. ' I'lume 110 Friday - Pal Night 2 Adults Acln itl-il fnr I'ricc of 1 All Children—Klc oons OurEome Adapted from Failh BoldvvioV Coimopolilon Mcgoilni San'al wi.K HENRY FONDA CHARLES BUTTERWOHTH 6ei/foh Bond! - H«nr!clla Ciotmor. WolHrBunnon-AforomountPIc- lure • Kr»tr»d !> r Wifficm A. Seii.r A Walttr Wongtr Produdion • Selected Shorls Mght — Admission — in & 25c— with Ic T.i 10 * SStv-H'ill, ] c T.I.V —COMING SOON— "SHOWBOAT" will, i r cn c [)„„„ anrt Allan Jones. "SONS O' GUNS" will, joe- 1;. Broun. "GOLDEN ARROW" with Gcnrsc Brent and B c tl c D Av l5. TUESDAY, MAY 2(i§100.00 BANK NIGHT! CASH GHOC PHONE = 603 FRIDAY & SATUKIMY S! V KCIAI,S - FRKE ' OKI,!VERY Slriti^lcss 71C ^ Lb. /2 ENGLISH PEAS New JTC i.ii. 3 Home Grown CC Hunch D 'No. 1 ',.,, 40° •BANANAS Fiincv LI). 6 C Galiicn Rod Lb. LETTUCE, LargeHead 41c TOMATOES No. 2 Can qn; ,'i fur 25° SALT Morion's for 25 (; DOC FOOD l r€ Curt ti. BEANS Hlythcville No. 2 Ciin. :i for 25° R. & W. Cim CORN S1 ........ '" NV 25° SAUSAGE, Pure Country Pig. Ib. 25c I'flMS Rct '- G5c Vllluc ^ft c -« JUlTlO .Special 30 ,. 211° Lb. "v H. & W. . TEA JAR RUBBERS , 1>ur c Loiiisiiina Uib- /?rC hon Cane. Gal. 0.) lEAL , 0 ,,. sa ck; 20° CHEESE, Full Cream, pound MIX SAUSAGE "> Vciil Rolled Rib OAC - C'A l.h. .6U' HENS F "" I)rcssc(1 u,. 28 c: FORK RIBS ,,, 15° I BONES ^ Lb. /.a ALL KINDS LUNCH MEAT PWK ROAST Lb. Compound Ib. 12ic

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