The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 25, 1936 · Page 2
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fA(Jfc TWO BLYTHEVlLljE- (AllK.) COURIER NEWS 'MONDAY, 193(5 PU-urs. Social Calendar TUESPATS ' Junior R, ' A,'s meeting First Baptist chur ch, 4 i>, m. : Mr,s. M. A. Isaacs having Tuesday Bridge club. Young Matrons club meeting with Mrs. Doyle Henderson, For Summer Wea Mrs. Whit Opodipau \Vednefday ' prldfje c|i|b. Sunbeams mcetlne First Baptist church, 4 i>. in. Chapter D pf 5'- S O. meeting at 2:31? with Mrs. II. I!, Uct'ihlns. THV^HAY'S EVPNT3 \Voi(ie'n of First C|i«rch of the Noziirene ijaytng nil day meeting with" Mrs. A. O. Dunlvati at Stcclc. •" Mi's. f\ B. Joyiier having day Contract club. MSd-Wcek Bridge cl«u meeting with Mrs. \V. L, Hqrncr. King-Crowcler Wedding Solemnized Saturday Night -' Meinbcrs of the families :\nd feveral of their \nQ5t intimate friends attended the wedding ot Miss Laura Crotyder and Jason Pandplph King- <?? Jackson. Tonn. wliich was solemnized Saturday Iilghi tit the home of Mr. anil •Mrs. Max Parks. The Rev. W. V. Wonitvck, nastor, of the First "Methodist church, performed the ring service at 8:30 o'clock. ; The house vvns decorated I" V\ n \ and vynll'p roses with t!\c improvised' altar nrrar;3C<! before an embankment of ferns and smllax Members of the wedding iiails Jitocd between tall reed baskets filled w|lh radiance roses. ^T|ic bride wore a. rcdtngole dress with the frock of gr-oen and blown nitnl trimmed willi a white ru(Tlcd cpllar of_orgai\za. The brown raii'gh crepe coat \\T= fitted at the waist, with a flared fUr/t and was tilnnned In wide lapels Hq accessoiles were In white. Talisman roses and valley lilies former) her corsage. "For something oKl" : she carried a rpco-polnt handkerchief, which has been Weil by brides In her mothers \amilj for CO jeais Mrs Hess Pigo Wn|tnu hci only attendant, wore a pink cotton lace 'dress with, shoes and hat In aciuannrlnc sllc cairied pink roses. Carl Bauer, 'of Joncsboro, was Mr. Ring's best man. | An informal reception was held fallowing ,tlnr«T»*mng!T-rUc5. Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Cruder, mother of the bride and her sisters IWs Lillie Mac Crowdcr Hatcher and Miss Irene Cvowcjcr, curved the wedding cake and pin,ch fioni a table decorated In pink roses, ferns and baby< breath. Included' in '.he guests were the bridegroom's .mother, Mrs. William Lee Kipg and his sister, Mrs. William Osborn, and Emery Blond, of Jackson. Tenn. Mr. :King and his bride \vcnt to Memphis foi a brief stiy bc- fore'gclng to Ja.ckson, where they Bits of News Mostly Has Job Ail Sewed Up ersonal Mines. lliinlcr C. Sims, 'Cnnicy laslic and Charles Penn were in Memphis Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Slovall and Mrs. W. A, Grlniinell, are In Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. Alton dean and ton, Alton, of Sallsaw, Okla., Mr and Mr.s. Lester Johnson and Mi anil Mrs. Albert Enderlln, of Memphis, were eue.st-s of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T\ Norrls for the weekend. Joe \VHHams. who was severely burned In the Maliaii building fire April 11, 1(135, returned to Campbell's Clinic at Memphis today, where lie. will lie n patient Tor sev cral weeks while he is some skin grafting work his arm. having done on : . M the two-plcce An odd. leafy stitch Is used to fashion the two-piece classic and the matching swagger coa.1 nt the Inlt. It comes in off-whlli: and is worn with green felt hat nnd bag. The olhsr costume (rlghl), In nubby cotton chenile, Is natural tan with goya veil stripes, li.; tviimncd with red patent leather, belt anil red batons. Nctc ihc interesting neckline. . will : make their home. Celebrate lllrtKilays The bii'tlidays or Mrs. George Ji. Crockett, formerly of here and now of Caruthersvlllc, and Mrs. J. W. Bader, were yesterday so Mrs:, Barter had as her guests for the day, Mr. and Mrs. Crockett, .Mrs. Crockett's mother. Mrs. Margaret H. Minor, also of Caruth- eisvillc, Mrs. T. J. Mohan and Miss Cora Lee Coleman. Dinner was served Q\ one o'clock and the guests, surprised the celcbnnts ulth gifts It was Mrs.-Crockett's first visit 'back home" since she was seriously injured in a fall about a year ago. She ts now able to walk and .is feeling very well. Ccntcdcracy Children Have Meeting Saturday Plans for - tlie state convention of the Children of the Confederacy, which Is to.be held here some time in June, and for the style review, to be held June 11, were made at a picnic'meeting of the local chapter Saturday at the country home of "Mrs. James B. Clark, the sponsor. Tlie date of (he convention will be ct within a few days, it was decided, after plans Viere mapped for the meeting. ' ' The stylo review, to bo held at the Ritz theater, will include styles from generations ago : 'to .the present day. Included In the 14 present were .Tcahette Moittaguc, who is trans- ierting from the Margaret Rose chapter al Little Rock, and Martha Jane Cartwrlght, both "oj ps- ceola. * .•• « ^{as KirlhrUy Varlj. Six'little'neighbors lielptd John Albert Fullerton celebrate ' fifth birthday Wednesday after- neon 'with a picnic .on the lav.n of hi; home at \15 East Kentucky. Qamcs .and, stories were en- Joyed before refreshments wcro served bj the joung host, assisted by his mother, Mrs. J. o. Fullerton. Ccl'.bralcs .Iplli Birthday. Mere than' 100 persons attended a celebration observing the 7Ctr| birthday >>/', Mrs S. P. Crafton of this city, which was Held in - Little , Rock SatuiUay j at the home <i4 her son, Roscoe| Crafton. "Openj house" was held slid the guests were served c»ke .ind pencil. Among tliosc^ who attended were Mr. and Mr.s. llnii- Ji'l Crafton nnd children, Miss '.Sola Ora'fipn 'and J,im CJrnfton, All of tills city, and Miss Vclnm Crnfton,' of Memphis. * • t Dlxvn-Foslcr Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss IxnitlaJ Faster, to Vance Dlxon, of this city. The ftcv. H. C. Moorcheud, of Osceoln, said the rhig service it his home on March 18. S. L. Glndish, of Osccola, was he only attendant. The bride, who is me daughter of Mrs. II. 1'. Foster, of Mpnctte, received her laler education • at Arkansas Slate College. Jdnesboro. for the past three years she has wen a member of the liurdelte ichccl faculty. . ' ; • • Mr. Dixon was educated til 1 Mississippi llctghls Academy, Blue. Mountain. Miss., and al Mlsslsslp'- >i A. and M., Slnrkvlllc. 'As'-: ft ;alesman he will work In-southern Arkansas this summer bul-]ie'am( Vils bride will • return to- Blytlie- vlllc in the r fnll to make their :\oms. to Women Doctors Mrs, n. L. Bradley ancl family will leave early in June for Little Rock, where they will mnke their home, alter spending four years here while Mr. Bradley has been headquartered in this city during his. work as receiver' for National Bank's at Blytjicville, cnrulljcr's'vlllc, Chaffee and Campbell, '('hey cftpic here (roin Little liock. Mr. Bradley 'will continue ills work here nnd In the Missouri towns for sonic time yet. Mrs. Whit. Goodman and'.daughter, Lee, of Memphis, nrrlVid ycs- (crday lo spend a week with Mrs. Cioodiniui's parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. D. Smith. I3on Smith, who attended Dental school at St. Louis, lins arrived home. . t , Mr. nnd Mrs. R. H. Mason 'ami son, Cnry, were in Memphis Sat- udny, , Mr. nnd Mrs'. T. G. Seal will return tomorrow from Washington, U. C., and Richmond, Va., where they have been spending a week. Mr. Seal will remain in Little liock and Mrs. Seal will come ionic. Mr. anil Mrs. Raymond restcr returned today to their licmc in Little liock, where they have been living for the pnsl several months, after spending a .vcek here. : Peggy Ruth Znchry. who has been 111 at the home of her parents, Mr.: and Mrs. Haymoi\cl life, even more serious ones. Hands and feet break off quite frequently, and when they do the actor is seriously laid up and out goes the iiriderstijdy.' For, as on t'ne real stugc, (he show must go on. The strings are the major cause of most of the casualties. 'Each puppet has about fourteen strings that the puppeteer overhead operates. iVlc-se strings, which are made of eighteen- pound tested s|lk flshllne (but even these wear out) are constantly getting caught In the clothing. Maiming tlie frailer pa.ris of t'nc body, suph as (lip delicately formed, hands and legs happeiis frequently. Probably the worst accident that ever occurred was on the night when toe" lamp post In the Moptmartre scene fc)) over Fid, one Patterson star. Fin was laid up for a few days and then came back as spry as ever. Fill is a >ea) trouper. She has Played, over a thousand perform, anccs. Once sh.e li'ncld h,cr own. V>'Itl| a boat-load or n\ci\ en route to, Jamaica. On this occasion a manufacturing company had chartered the ship for a ten-day cnilsc. All the passengers, as well as all the ot'ner puppets, were nien. But Fifl kept tier- l|oad. Pin, acgonllpg tp Miss Diist- i]ian, (s the owner of a tjny ncck- }aec of real pearls, sept by an anonymous admirer. WILL FIGII Edith 'Dustman plying an able needle to dress a puppet.' IB PUPPEISII19 Edith Dustman Finds Tliey Wear Out More Than Humans Cloth es Zachry, is now better. MiKcs fJenlah Belle and Bir- Tly MARY NKA Service Staff Correspondent NEW YORK—Long-lashed, glamorous Edith Dustman, aged, 10 r who looks as if s'ne ought to be in the movies, earns her living as dressmaker for Mnrlene Dietrich Grcla darbo, Beatrice Lillie, Joe I'cnner, George Arliss— ov at least for their puppet counterparts. Although when she was young For-1 she wanted lo be an actress, Miss " Dustman is now entirely pleased with her job and with life in general. "Aline is the most fascinating work," she declared, blushing because it was necessary to talk nbmil herself. For Editli is ft singularly modest career woman. "It wns just by accident Hint I AssemWy o| God Pastor Plans Prayer Reyiva' ncl!e"'Ur'acllcy have nrrive'd hoine frqm Johcsboro, where they nt- :i'iided Arkansas State College Ibis ycnr. ' ' ; ' • f •, Mrs. Minnie Vance was Inkcn to tlie Memphis Methodist lios- ,ilal yesterday. D. A. Hall, of Stccle, hns been ulmitted to the :.dlsl hospital. Memphis Meth- pel into .it," she explained, "lius- •sell Patterson, who creates pupr pet• • •p'orsoncl.lcs.' 1 tasked 'me if I jCoulcl type. I told him not very 'well, but then I grew bold and suggested I'nat I might help him dress hs pciEoncttcs. Yon see, T had made all my own clothes and I 1 /' 1 lints from the time I got into high!,/; er>lirtnl " 'till The Rev. N. H. Rhodes, pastor o! the Assembly of God chu Epventh and Ash streets, who has jqst returned from a rcviyn campaign in St. Louis, announced Sunday evening (hat the church would have a Deeper Life Prayer Revival, beginning Tuesday nljlit . Edward Khoqrie, of Hnyll, Mo'., 's a patient at the Memphis Bap- 'Ist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Christian, their son, J, w., and Mre. .1. Christian, were Tcnn., yesterday W. in Henderson, visiting relatives. .New Women's National Association Dr. Catherine MacFarlanc, of Philadelphia, pictured above iiflor her election. She was chosen for the high oflicc at Kansas Cily, Mo., where her oi> gaiiizalion met during the con-i vcnlion of the American Mcdh tal Association, Dell Baby Colitis Victim Annie Lou Smith, six months old daughter of Mr. ami Mis. George Smith of the Dell community, died nt 4:45 o'clock Sunday afternoon, of colitis. Funeral services were held tills afternoon at the family home and interment was umcle at Maple. Grove cemetery. The Moss Funeral Service was hi charge of ucral arrangements. The baby Is snrvved by her par- rr.ts, three brothers, Lloyd Thomas, Gerald Rcnthold and Daniel Ulwood, and a sister, Bcnnie Joyce. fu- and ending purpose of Friday these few nijhUs' meeting is to give the people an Store Exhi TOLEno lills Chicken In .lug (UP)— And now an- Wortunily lo "come nnd pr,\y ind tarry before the lord nnd make a djcpcr rnnsccrntlon of their lives lo" (he Lord," he said, incut. There will be singing, pray- j —— ing and a sermon each night. Miss Ollie Burns. Ashporl, Tenn., will other chicken in a bottle. This one is is Nicodcmus. whose home jug In a department store show window. U is thriving in confine 1 had a dreadful time with the silver fox cape. I finally had to <lyc ermine to sinnilatc silver' fox." Wear Out Wardrobe Every Two Weeks If there's anything that gets a puppeteer c r a 7. y, it's net—one slightly exaggc'.'atcd twist of a string and the flimsy gown is hopelessly torn. The wear nnd tear on tlic dnriug black dinner dress Qretn Gnrbo wears 'in the Hotel New Yorker show troubles Mr. Patterson and Miss Dustman most. Ordinary wear and tear on the wardrobe of the personetles is al;iinui)L'. Wifii the best of hick good management, most of the cast have to be completely rc-out- fitlcd every two weeks or so. Strong materials do not always assure the longevity of a garment. Even such fabrics as velvet, brocade and broadcloth arc ruined when they get caught in the strings whic'n are bsing manipulated by the puppeteers. It's a gamble how many times a week that tiny backless black frock worn by Oreia Garbo's miniature is going to b: the reason for her Hiidcr- stody to go on in the star's roic For, in the event of a torn skirt or some such catastrop'hc, Greta has to go into the workshop unti she's.: fit. for public 'appearance again. The careers of the r malc puppet, arc somewhat move Dependable though I'neir wardrobe mistres. finds them harder to dress.. ,Ii\ Denioiisti'iilloii Club News Notes Mo.seley C(ub . The: Moscloy Honic Makers CprnnninHy Club met-'Wednesday 1 with Mrs, W. E. .Kennedy. The canning of summer vegetables was .the subject for nfter- noon. Mrs. .Kennedy's -new canning outfit and her display of canned mustard and spinach in- erestcd the members. The next meeting will be held t club house where the Women 111 meet with needle work and vill continue their study .of the ummcr's program. Wolf Avian, Fined $10, Allacks Testimony of Revenue Agents Wolf Allan, local auto accessories and junk dealer, was fined $10 In miThipal court tills moih- \i'j Judge Doyle Henderson on A clinrgc of gas lax evasion. Revenue department ofTlcer.i testified, tliat qn Arian tirck had considerably more than 20 gallons cf gas. allowed trucks entering (he state, when ii was stopped at tlie department's pcrniii, station on Highway 51 near the Arkansas-Missouri slate line. Ar!an took the stand to challenge the ability of anyone lo compute (ho contents of gnsollnu tanks by measurements ot the tanks. J[c testified that he nnd purchased a gallon of gasoline hen: so that his driver could set to the state line to buy l|ie 20 gallon limit, and return, lie indicated that he would, appeal from the conviction to circuit court. Two. men were fined $10' on charges of public drunkenness. A third <lrew a similar fine which was suspended. A negress, lined a week ago for public drunkenness, drew a $10 fine and 10 days in Jail on her plea of guilty to a like charge today. Students l-dil French 1'apcr TOLEDO (UPi-A newspaper in French, "L'Arc-cn-Clcl' 1 (The ' I , , iss high school. school. 3 c * ' Ingenuity Ilecimral To Make Wardrobes Puppets are as perverse as people sometimes, Edith says, and once in a while you gel pretty sicl; of I'ncin before you finish "them. •Hie sickest she ever got was of an angel 24 inches high that slic dressed in white satin. However, she thinks 1'hnt her job has helped mold her character by teaching lier patience. "We dress tlic parsonctlcs as the stars really dress In pictures, but sometimes I feel tliat I could make them 'handsomer by designing them brand new tilings." Miss Dustman admits timidly. "I don't like Miss Dietrich in short clothes, for instance. S15C has a divine figure and you can do so much wilh a figure like that if you put it in long dresses. "I work best at nig'nt. Sometimes T go on as late as four In the morning when I have something tr. finish, i usually slarl out with color idea, it i gc [. stuck. I leave the problem alone for n while and conic back lo it. Then it is easier "Tlic 'Hardest figures lo dress I ever had were six-inch ones for a show window. Two of them had on coats and one a silver fox cape or the show. * • + • Accidents Malm Doll 'Acton,' Too Accidents happen on. the minin lure stage" just as they do in rca help with the services. 'Hie pub- j lie Is invited luul th-r members j are especially urged to be pres- 1 cut rach night. The average -freight train con si_3tcd of 38 cars in 1922; by 1931, the number had, increased to 46. Pickard Grocery We Deliver Phone 673 THE VERY BEST IN MEATS AND GROCERIES Dependable Service 10M Chickasawha Bcc Brand Insect Ponder 15 ground finer*—into more wiling p:\rliclcs per ounce. ' Kills 32% quicker llinn ' course-If round powders. Harmless lo children and l*!s. Ask for il l>y name. Kill Flying Jpsocls with Bee Brand Insect Spray. Contains \1% Extra Killing Power (47% more pyrcth H ns). McCormick & Co.; Inc.; Ba\. timoic; Md. School ropulaltun Slumps ' BERKELEY, Cal. (UP) --Owing lo a marked decrease in birthrate, between 30 and 40 school teachers are lo bs discharged. Dr.-'. vlrgll Dickson, city bTiperintcndcnt, says there are not enough children for the present teaching staff. •> More Americans Likely To Take Aqtos Abroad WASHIhfGTON .(UP)— The foreign travel eljvisipn oi the American AiHomobilc Association predicts that the number of Americans tourinc; in theiv own cars over the far-flung highways of the world will lie greater this year tlian ever before. Forecast of a banner year for motor vacationing abroad wa? based on a report by the foreign travel division showing 'that Hie number -ol cars shipped abroad for touring in the first, Quarter of this year was nearly 45 per cent greater than in tlic; coiTe- r spending period last year' •" '' Mart's Frieiuls Cllild He Told Them Aliout Kliick-Drmiglu Writing from Tcxarkana. Texas, Mr. W. T. Benllcy, of that city, says: "f have been using -Black- Draught for fi:lly forty years.'. I would have a bai) taste in my tnouth and headache. T knew I needed a laxative— something lo cleanse (he system. I would hunt up the Black-Draught and take a dose. I would be relieved in a few hours. In Black-Draught [ have found a simple remedy— one that does not have any aftereffects. I do not know of anything better to lake for a dull, tired. v lisl|css feeling. I have recommended B,|ack-Draught to many friends nnd noijhbors. I • know they have been glad that I did, for they have said so." , —Adv. 2D107 Read Courier News Classified Ads EVERY DAY PRICES Kodak finishing—any size 8x roll, finished complete, 38c Post card photographs, 2 for 25c or SI per dozen. Sta.mps, B for lOc. 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Sunday - Monday Fred MacMiiiTity in The Princess Conies Across' With Douglas Dtmibrille, Alisnii Skipworlh, William Fra.wley and George Barbier The gay young slurs nf "Hand:; Across ilic Table" rcmp Ihrongli an even more rollicking roniauoc nilh Carole as a princess (from Hrooklju) wilh a yen for Ilolly- wcod and Fred as a. young lad with a yen for Carole. Paramount News and Filznalrick Travcllalk in Tcclinicolor —Admission— Maliiicc—10 & S5c—With Ic T.ix Night—10 & S5c—Witli Ic Tax TUESDAY ONLY $100 BANK NIGHT! HERBERT arshall A Paramount ficlufs'with GERTRUDE MKHAEl ' LIONEL ATWtLl 1 ROD LAROCQUE I Dirtcl«d by Robtrl florty I'aramount News and Selected Shorts —Admission— Matinee— In & ZSc—\vllh Ir Tax Nlshl—10 ,t iliic—With Ic Tax —COMINC, SOON— "SHOWBOAT" with ii-cnc Dunn and Allan Jones. "SONS O' ' RUNS" with Joe E. llrown. "GOLDEX ARROW" witli George Brent and liclte Davis.

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