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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 15, 1938
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TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1938 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS COURIER NEWS COMVUMENTARY TICKET Thts Ticket Will Admit Mrs. T. II. Halfleld ami companion, Hulljiu)), Ark. —10 trie— JHTZ THEATEH —to sec— "Sally, Irene and Mary" •\ Social Calendar " WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Wednesday Bridge club mm Ing with Mis. Harry Kirby. Mrs. L. H. Moore entertaining the Wednesday Contract club. Contral Parent Teacher nssoela- tlon meeting at 3:00 o'clock nt school preceded b>\ executive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock. ladles' Bible Study of Church of Christ meeting wilh Mrs. Waller Clark at 2:30 p.m. Aimorel basketball girls giving bingo party at, f:30 al Annorel school house. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Cotillion club meeting al 8 o'clock at American ijCRlon Hut. Mrs. Cecil Shane entertaining Mill-Week Bridge club. Thursday Contract club meeting wilh Mrs. P. B. Joyner. Mrs, Ross U. Hughes having Thursday 'Luncheon club. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. ROECOC Craflon. Mrs. L. K. Harwarg, of Osceola. entertaining Jewish Ladles' Aid society at 8:00 p. in. Llltle Theater having old-fnsli- toned drop-in at 8:30 p. m. at Wo< man's club. .J Vj Altar Society of Immaculate Con- Veption church having bingo party FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia nt Catholic Hall at 8:00 o'clock. Business and professional Girls' , CilC .'f ° S >™£ Methodist church fl(M , Mrs . , itlgll kelson Thompson; m !r'" g ; >v °'r. 0 , clo ^, ilt .. hom .l° »-«e present at .be moeilng of Bits of News Mostly Personal for St. louls anil tihlcngo, where he will buy stock, for his shoe store which was recently daiuiiKod l>y Hie. !le plntis to return Friday or Saturday. Don Kdwurds went lo Memphis this iiflernoon wlmiv lie Is lo enicr tilt' Veterans haspliul for livui- "i'll bet lie doesn't have 10 worry about His income tax." "No, lucky fellow! Juat his income." to the ninny disturbances there and with tiie erroneous beliefs about foreign missions. Twelve members and two visitors. Mrs. J. I;. Thompson, of Memphis. Mrs. O. E. Qnelmalz with Mrs. Frecl l ;1 leeinan as hostess. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Music deportment of Woman's club meeting at 3:00 o'clock al junior high auditorium. p' Circle One at the home of Mrs. C. M, Gray. Mrs. Ross Stevens taught (he Bible study, and the program was led by Mrs. Bernard Gooch. who was assisted by Mrs. ' 1'ri'd -Similelm'. Mis. H. C. Holder, M T 1,| „ , *. , t , , \ •-"•.IL-.lV.llli , i»ll.J, H, \J, JllMUCl , is. J. W. Adams sr., Mrs. J. W.Ki|- s GI-IV Mrs Slcvcn-.- M« v ,10,,,,. i,. xi.... r.~..*,,~.. D...S.I.! J " S - < -"' l >- Mls - otcicns, Mis. t. Adams j: entertaining with bridge party 2:00 o'clock nt Woman's club. Adams jr., Mrs. Carlelon Smith] J cm-Hii jr. .and Mrs. W. D. McCUirkin f,", .f'';' .inf ^.-i.i :,>:,»„ ...;* i^ i. ..!.]„„ .,..„!.. . inv-iini v^. lcy and Miss Emjiiu Kate Study Social Relations Mrs. M. G. Goodwin was leader of the program on "Social Relations" which was presented at the meeting of the Woman's Mission - f Ihe First Methodist Mrs. li a y Worthington li a d cliarge of the bible study for Circle Two which met with Mrs. F. B. Joyner with 12 members present. Mrs. Zal B. Harrison was leader . of the progain en which Mrs. G. W. j Dillalumly, Mrs. James H. Bell, [ Mrs. Joyner. Mrs. D. C. McLean. She;wa S ,assiste<l on the program ""- Mis £ A hMk wde 'Vl'0 gave un origii.nT pa£e, on her" ideas of the meditations of an av- i erage missionary society member , in regard, to sodal vela ions? «ml " dla ^ c , Mrs. L. L. Hubener, who reviewed j " % w '" c ,' two chapters in the study Hex*; '•Rebuilding Rural Amertai." w'' 1 H , • > , • , ^S' '*< H - Houcluns entertained la ', mci ! lbm ' or CirCll; T '"' CC wRh " llmchcon ^ whlch Mrs ' J ' L J '' om »«»'' °' Memphis. ivas the ucsl -" rs ', .?; J ' Allen was b ' ble Et "*' r ° llow ' Roy Walton and < " SC "'™' " 10 Hostesses for the social hour which 'followed Ihe program were: Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs. J. M. Jonlz, Mrs. P. D. sinltli, Mrs. Herman Cross, Mrs. Lee Arinslong. Mrs. A. M. Butt, Mrs, M. G. Goodwill. Mrs. Qoodrlcli and MBS Corn Lee Colcnian. * * . Have Social and l*rogram Meeting "Mclhodist Women Building Their Own Communities" was Ihe subject of the program presented at the home of Mrs. O. J. Rodgers when 20 members of the Woman's Missionary society of Ihe Lake Street Methodist church and one visitor, Mrs, W. O. Holly, met there yester- , .Mrs. Talmadge Neal was In ' charge of the program which began with the scripture nnd n lopic from the "World Outlook" given by Mrs. C. T. Shamlin. Mrs. Rodgcrs spoke on "Building Our Own Community" following which Mrs. George Sliam- lin gave the "Missionary Bulletin." During the brief business session, plans were made for a. membership drive which began yesterday and will end the first Monday in April. Tiie hostess served refreshments al Ihe conclusion of the meeting. She was assisted by Mrs. A. L. Reagan. missionary Soriely Meets Members of the Woman's Foreign Missionary socicly of the First Church of the Nazarenc met Thursday afternoon for a lesson from Hie study book al the home of jMrs. Waller Rylec, who is a new Member of that organization. The devotional from the 20th jliaptcr of Matthew was read by Mrs. J. M. Taylor following which Mrs. Dixie Hicts gave .1 lesson from the study book. "Tiic challenge of china". Prayers were offered by the Rev. Eupha D. Beasley nnd Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. J. L. Tyrone, Mrs. S. B. Gregor and Mrs. Taylor were appointed lo Ihe visiling committee during Ihe business session. The group will meet next, at the church at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Have l,asl of Year's Meetings The last circle meetings of Ihe church year were held yesterday alternoon by the Woman's Auxiliary of tho First Presbyterian church when the theme of the bible study was "Christ Ihe Victor" and tie subject ot the program was a Mental Housecteantne." The Bible study was the last of « series of 12 studies which presented word pictures of Christ, Tlic program dealt wllh problems that have arisen In lh» foreign field duo program subject. Plan To Form Stamp Club Here Wednesday A stamp club will be organized here Wednesday under the direction of H. J. Schoeii, a collector- dealer of stamps from fxiuisvllle and New Orleans, at 3:45 o'clock at the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Stevens. 1007 West Main street. A talk on the different phases of stamp collecting will be made by Mr. SchoMi nt the Wednesday meeting. An invilallon has been issued to anyone who is interested In becoming a member of the club lo attend the meeting. Mr. nnd Mrs. llnrton lioml, of Arlington, Tenn.. were the guests of Mrs. J. p. NeWmt and daughter, Miss mil, Saturday night. Sunday, Mrs. Neblml, Miss Ni'blml, Mr. and Mrs. Bomt and Miss Mary lU'velle spent Ihe day In fjearcy visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Hnbbaid are attending to business In Memphis today. House Harp is nltendliig lo business In Memphis lor Iwo weeks. Harmon Robinson, who attends Arkansas School of Technology lit llnssellvllle, spent the weekend with Ills mother, Mrs. Edwin Robinson, and Freeman Robinson. He was accompanied home by Fred Miller and Bob Young, who are also sludenls In Ihe school. Mrs. Alice Woniack, Mrs. Rives Allen, Mrs, Jesse While and son, John Charles, left Sunday morning for Kcnmlity. III., lo alteml the fu- iii' services of Mr.s. Womnck's brolher-ln-law who died early Ihiil morning. Mrs. N. I). Mcnard inul sou, Don, have gone to Monroe lo be with Mrs. Meimrd's mother and sister who arc 111 there. Mrs. Allan Walton nnd Mrs. n. F. Klgcr me .spending lodny hi Memphis. Mrs. Ben Hanim has gone lo Morrllton where she will visit relatives for some time. Mrs. Roland Green went lo Memphis today to be with her brother, who Is to soon undergo an operation al Ihe Methodist tio.splhil Ihere. Mrs. George M. Hunt Is 111 from measles at her home, ma West Mrs. J. Allen Webb of Wrluhl City. Mo., who Is visiting relallves lieiv, Is spendlni; today in Memphis. 'I'm; condition of Mis K J Browne, who Is 111 at (lie Memphis MfltiMllst hospital, became ciitl- cul Mils morning iifli>r slie .S<TIII«I letter yesterday. Mr, Browne anil two sons came homo last night fen '•lie buys to return (o school but hey wm,. culled buck (his inorn- "B. Miss Sophie Meyers uccum- lanli'd Ibi'in. Bddlc II. Uavld Is uUendlim to Imsini-.-s In Forrest city loday.' PAGE THRKR Osceola Socioiy — Personal Mrs. S. H. Salmon reviewed the "Life of Nettie Greav" at the night meeting at the church of .circle Four. Mrs. ROM Stevens and Anna Gwynne Salmon were the only gueste. The 17 members made plans to serve supper to Ihe Girl Scouts and their mothers at the Firsl Presbyterian church Friday night. To Plan Easier Dance Plans for an Easier dance will be made by the Blythevllle Colil- lion club nt a meeting of that group Thursday night, al 8:00 o'clock, at Ihe American Legion Hut. This ivill be the fourth affair which 1ms been given the 40 young married couples who organized the Cotillion club last fall. A Christmas dance, a Thanksgiving dance and one informal dancing party 1 are the affairs which have preceded the forthcoming Easier parly. * * * To Have Tea. Mrs. Byron Morse will cnlcrtain members of the Junior-Senior Parent Teacher association at a tea Irom '1:00 until 6:00 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at her home. Tin's is the first of a series of ! which will be given by.mem- bers of Ihe associalion who are carrying out n vanishing tea project. Each member of the executive board will in turn entertain with a tea at her home. To Present Pageant At Second Baptist Church A pageant based on McGrana- hnn's sotig "Shall you. shall 1" will be presented tonight at the evangelistic meeting being conducted by the Rev. c. L. Randal and Ihe Rev. P. A. Stocklon at the Second Baptist church here. Eleven j'ou people will participate in the performance which will be directed by the Rev. Mr. .Slockton. A similar pageant was presented here at Ihe First Baptist church some years ago when the Rev. Mr. Randall was leading the singing for the Wliltington revival, it has teen presented in many of the large Baptist churches west of the Mississippi river and almost Invariably the request lias been made that it be repeated, the Rev, Mr. Randall said. The subject of the sermon last night was: "fs There Any Harm in the Dance." slreet, Mahlon Mcllwain who attends coinpimj Memphis Pastor To Be Speaker Here Wednesday / J The Rev. Thomas K. Youns;, pastor of idlcwild Presbyterian church of Memphis, will be the speaker at the interdenominational meeting at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday night at the First Presbyterian church here ivhen a complete report of the city religious census will be made The Rev. H. Lynn Wade, pastor of the First Methodist church, who is president of the Ministerial Alliance which comhictcd the census taking, will preside al the meeting Tiie reporls of Ihe census returns will be given by the Rev. s H Salmon, pastor of the first Pres- bylerian church. There will be special mu s i c on this program which is (o bo sponsored by all churches. ' 666 Liquid, Tablets Salve, Nose Drops Try "Rub-My-Tlsm"-WorW'!i checks COLDS FEVER first d*y Headache, 30 minute*. Unlmenl IMt Read The Courier News want ada. CMdren's Colds . ...Best treated without "dosing" VICKS W V A p o R u e Centenary College al .Slueveporl, La., spent the weekend here as the guest of his mother. Mrs. Molly Mcllwaln. Mrs. K. D. Carpenter and baby will leave In the morning for Chicago. 111., where Mr. Carjxnter went some time ago to accept position wilh i Iliere. Henry Humphrey motored Mrs C. A. Hovcy lo Memphis UH|I» where she will consult her physician. Mrs. W. H. Mlnynrd, Mrs. Matt Monaghan, and Mrs. Christine Webb Purvis spent yesterday, li .Memphis. ' '"" '" Mrs. John Miles Miller Is li Memphis toilny to consult her phy slclan. Mr .and Mrs. T. H. Haynes ami Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fnrr left Sunday for Fort Smith. Ark,, because of the serious Illness of the sto months old son of Mr. and Mrr Harold JHaynes. The baby Is II, from pneumonia and whoopint cough. Jeff Rolnnd will leave Mi'tlimllsl Slickly fclmlli's lln> Smilh. "'I'he South Todiiy" was the sub- Ji'i'l of Ihe Jiwoii led Ijy Mfs. U. Frod 'niylor Jr., ut llu- mei'lliiit of 'Iho MelhtHllsl Missionary So- cli'ly on Momlny iiflernoon. l)ur- IllB (III 1 l>llsl!l('S.S K('.«|OII COIKlllCll'tl l)y Mrs. a. 1), Si'Hnivos, iin^ldi'iit, plun.s wort 1 oiitlhu'd for somi? so- I'lal servlw work In Osmilu umlcr Ilii' illivcduii of Mrs. C'htiiili' 'I'liDiniisun, sooliil vehillons clmlr- im s.',lslcil liy Ml.-.', Mniuli- IJl- ttcton. .Mil nil Shilc Ciiiivi'iitliin Mrs. C. M. llimvfll, Mrs. Mu«- Mts,. ,-.„,...„,,. , ; ' ", lljlf Hiirbli'i-s uml Miss Aim Si'iniiii's Ml*. Caiinen Lewis underwent' B ,utle f .s left yesterday for Pine lilulV where they will iilk'iul Hie state I'onveiilion uf Uio nunyli- Im of DIP AUHTlnin Revolution. Miss UnrbtiTs will lie <speol»l!y hcmiiiTd as Hie Arkansas "llpckcr" Cilrl, who will rqiiesmi Ihe slali! ill ll».' Nulloim! Congress In Wush- Inulon In April. The party was iolniMl ul West Memphis by Mrs. IJ. M. HIiiRs of Proctor, regent of llic William .Stroni! chunlcr. At the Hospitals Ul upi'iiidon for iipiiondlcltls yes- erday ul the Ulyllievlili' hospital. Mr.s, M, R McUciunmn and baby were ivinoved from Ihe lllylhevllle lospitul to their home In Osceola oiltiy. A son wns born lo Mr. mid Mrs. I ID fold H. Jumps, of CiiruUirrsvllte, I'l'SK'ixlay nt Uiu Memphis llapllst losplial. Marriage Licenses Only live couples oblnlni'il II- censi's ID wed from.llie lllylhevllle onice of (lie county court clerk dur- thr |ml week. Ttiey were: Adrian Uotiliison mid Mrs, nebu 'siicl- don. l,oih of [.euc'ivlHe; Robert Hlii'y and Miss Etlle Adklsson. bolh of Iliillniiin; uoiston Slmiison and Miss Virile Wllkerson, bull! of Mn- i;'Nii.Mi Sniilh and MLss Holies DyciLs,, bolh of Cooler; and UM) Steplims and Miss Eilini Mac Msh- er. bylli of lilylheville. The lusl coiililp was married by Mnglslrule L CnMldy. HIP week curt wllh her paicnls, Mf. mid Mis, P. K, Tomiiklas. William unnl KdrJiiKlon nnd Momoe Maxwell, sludenls In lliu Columbia Milltnry Aciuleniy, Co- Jiiniljln, Tcmi., nnd Ml&s Miulctlnu KlU'i) KiJilimlon wlio Is alti'iHlliiK "•huol ul KliiK-Smllh Sludlo frVluxil. WashliiKlon. I). 0, lire ex- llu> « Mis. home (he hillcr part ol k for the spilmj liolldays. Sue Clny Colrnmn nnd ilunahler, Nancy Sue, of Memphis, fipi'iit Siimlny with lu:r paronls, Mr. mill Mis. Hurry Diinuraiu at Around one hundred playors were urn-sis ul a blnuo parly ...... in (ho I'liiKiT.sslve Club rcoins la-sl Illtfllt I)) 1 II H1'01I|1 ot I'. T, A lln-is. Tl:i! |iriit:i'i'ds will IH- lo inirUm.M' ::»c.ili":s lor Ihe krlliall (viHii, Mrs, l-.'vcii'tl linul. worthy Iron of llji.. Usi'rol.'i Fii.sU'iii rhnpti-r, Mrs. J. 'I'. Fowler, irli'l di'puly Kniiid li'cliirer of tiie iirt<(iilh dlnlrlcl. Mis. li O. lii.n- •iy. Mis. Hurry Mllli-r, Ml;, l.ucy Hooni! Mlllur. ui>d Mrs. K, R. Smith iitU'iided the sewlons of I lie MiiU' convi'iitioii of tliu Tunr.cK- Lf.' 0. E. y. and banquet meet- Ing in (In; llolel Pcubouy Issl The tractive iwwer of the aver»Ki! sletim lotoinollve on A;w>r- Icnn inllways Is 18,3lj'l poimilB, tile lillthest iiveragc yet allailwd. nm- used Inis- Hliir ills- MEN LOVE ^nra GIRLS,WITH rtr If you ITU jifpjty mi<l M\ of tun. JMH will In- Vlttt you lu ilalii'i-y ii ml imrlli'a. HOT, If you nru rrujw. )Jfi>)i«M jit;i| lljv.^ won't '|ji- lnti-M-»l?tf. "i]»U'I" niilf. Whi'n iK*-y i Miss Corlniu- Wi'teh of Wiulj ^Vnmi'^ Mi'inilhl:;, .sprill till 1 wiVk I'lUl \vHll Biioirm tiuw i« i£<> "nmllL lift- *ls(or. Mrs, Andrew MovUla i'tf'*>} :i , l ! l "V'" 1 "'' 1 i .. i k i i fifl]'» Naturi'luni! mid Mr. Morliln. ' • " Mi', uud Mrs. lliile Jackion re- Ini'iii'd from Hot Kprlnns Mini(Iny. when- (hey have IWTH vnra- Mrs, FLslicr Tiiriier nnd children of Mi'inphls vlsUi'd licr moth- vr. Mi's. Zlllii Itiilph mid fuinlly, Siittirdtiy and Sunday. . Miss Joyce Tompkln.'i. \vlio ils ii sliidenl ut lhi> Monnilils School of Coinmi'iiT, was ul home for .Icin'i iiki. In parllcn t[«y ul |i»|i. ttvmiin km luW tlinmtiU" wllli ;. OimiKiuin!. II .. .--i U|i Iliii [It, III tin lr*wtk- IfiK (lie ilUroinfitfU from llm rmiiltouut did' orilvi* wMk'li wuini'iL imitl cli<lun>. "»..,;??. S",A>:!!W. 1 M'.J' | NK"AM'a Will whoever liomnvi'il tiiy' Kmlly I'dsl "Klliiiit'llr" luiuii liU'nso rflurii II? Maiirci'ii King Morris Courier News ll'i Iho Chain' way— combining cor- icct pottuiu, icillul mppoil and pel- ionoliied figgio contiof In u foumia- lion gairitonl coinpltlely ajjuiloblo lo youi needs. Cnooio iho model dciigncd (01 youi /iguio Ijipo in con- luhation wilh on cipi'tt Choiis figuia Slyliil. 'Phono 01 wille, C. V. iMICHABf, MO.T W. Anli Street '. Illyllii'Vlllo 'i:\i'hislvf lllsliibiilor for Mlvtl.<isl»n! (,'illinly" WANTED GOVERNMENT LOAN COTTON SWEARF.NGEN CO} OfTICK U1NCHKTK lH,l)ti. ON WAIA'D'I' STllEflT . X|' '""-<' f: ^•<ti Bladder Weakness -Getting Up Nights When you have to get up two or three times during the night lt's\ often a sign of bladder Iron- Me—that kidneys are not Hushing out adds nnd poisons ns they should. 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