The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 18, 1938 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, March 18, 1938
Page 2
Start Free Trial

PAGE TW<? BLYTHE ; VILI,E, (AR&) COURIER NEW8 COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET l*i!s Ticket Will Admit Nate Morris * companion Route One, Blytteville — \a mi— KITZ THEATER —to se«— "LOVE OS A BUD'GET" FLAPPER FANNY i Calendar , .Chapter "N" of foe P. E. "O. sis- terhoo'd- meeting at 2:30 o'clock at honii of' Mrs. B.. A". Lynch \vltli Mtss Alfa Garllhstcn- as Hostess. Hts Birthday Party Mrs:/ Cora' Greenway entertained 28 high school toys ami girls Tuesday lllghl ill 1)01101- Of hef SOI), Melton, who was observing liis Wrthday. Games rind dancing provided the entertainment during' the evening at. IKe close of which a dessert plate was served pie gucsls. • * * Central P. T. A. Has Projrasn Altelhur A'playlet, "Sriow White and the Seven Dwarfs" was presented by the third grade of Central school under the dlreeilon- of Miss Mary Outlaw-at the meeting oflho Central Parent Teacher association Wednesday afternoon: ! Ki'E. B. P. Blomeyer opened Ihe mcsC'Jij; with a prayer, loilovi'ln; which the playlet was given. David ' Woccl plnye.1 a violin solo acconv panled-by his mother. Mrs. W, D. Wcodf^jr. A high school clriss under Hie giiidnnce of Mrs. Farmer England talked o;i "Hobbies." During the brief business session, Mrs. P. B. Joyner, Kirs. Max B. Reid (tii'd Mis/ Eiriia Armstrong were appointed members of the .nominating committee. Officers will :. be .elected'at llic April meeting ancl will lie installed in May. ' Have Social Meeting. Mrs. Hoscoe Cmft6n, Miss Xola Craft6n.- ; .ahd ; Mrs. Freti Copel.inr! were -1163(65305. to the Yo'unst \Vo- maii^.Bible Ctnss of the First Bau- tist church at the home of Mrs. Crafto'ri Monday night. Twclfty seven meinbirs and three- giiestsfattended this imoiillily- social. iiieeUiij; which was preceded by si business session presided over by. Mr|. Ray sniill/ Games were played during the Bits of News Mostly Personal "If you gotta talk, keep your hands in your lap! You sig- nalled for a left turn uiicl two stops tollin' that last story," 1 Inling interest 111 ninalcur stage shows among the people of Blytheville. The members produce:! n one act, play, "Sparkin'," ot\ llie-Jones- boro A Caiiclliv choir program which was sponsored by Hie Ltilige Parent Teacher association. At present rehearsals arc under way rm the second production. "A Full House," which will IIP poduced at Ilie City Hull. The date tor the hew show lias not yet been set. Chosen Miss Intellectual Miss Ruby Grain. • daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. -II, drain ot Wilson, was recently elected the "most in-. tellectunl oirl" at Gulf Park college, Giillporl, Miss, Besides hnvlmr an all A record, Mis> Crsin is president of ihq Gulf Park chapter of Phi Tlicta. Knpp.i,, junior college hohoriivy' sorority, evening..Later, the hostesses SCOTCH rind is ijlsfl,jircs,Merit of'tllfi Young K dessert- 1 coivr&c ol 'rTecau pic itii:l iv^x^^v.^/^uric-ii.Aj \..* r . n * f ,u~,. Women's- Cprislhui Association. coffee. Hcelcct Omcei-i . , .... . "Miss ;!E3iiigfc"Phl!li|>s and Miss Present .officers oT llic JMple|sara Lewis Green, ol Wilson', who Grove Cemetery associalion were | visiled various departments in Ihe reelecfed'for this-year at n nionlh- 3y Ihc home of- Mn>. Sallle Hiibler Tuesday afleniobn. ! Mrs. W.'M. Crow will again act as president of Ihe organlz-ilion. .The other ofllcers are Mrs. J. D. -Bnricsdalc,. vice president, and Mis. B. P. Bloineycr, Eccrclarr and treasurer. During the business session, plans were made .for securing a. sexton lor the cemetery and also for llic annual.lag'day which will be held ori election day, April 5. Reports from each department were given. The:Jjostess served cake lopped with njneapple whipped cream nnd iced lea. lo the member;, of Ilie organization: including Mrs. A. A. Hale, ftt new member, and a guest, Mrs. Liifher Williams, of St. Louis. :;'•'•" -* • W Begins., Vanishing Teas Wjiite 'narcissuses formed the centerpiece of the lace draped la- bli; w-hlch was, illuminated by green candles^ when Mrs. Byron Horse,. her home Wednesday afternoon with the first nfiair in the series of vanishing teas which are being sponsored by Ihe Junior-Senior Parenl-Teactier association. Mrs. G. G. Ilubbard poured. Mrs. Morse's guests were Ihc rx- eculivc board members of the :i:;- Eocialicn. These 16 jreople will in th'e near fulurc entertain eiglil gussls who in turn will entertain Jour. This ivill coutiiuic until there is no one else to entertain. Mrs. BaUcr Wilson is diainimi of the lea committee. * • • Bilile Sluii.v Meets Thirteen, members ol llic Ladies Bible Sludy of Ihe Church of Christ and one' vbilor, Mrs. John Durham,.'met at the iiomc of Mrs. Walter. Clark Wednesday aflcrnoou for a lesson from tr.e i'Jlh and Hth c>-t>t,'rs of; Romans, led by Mrs, Harry Bansom. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Z. K. Alley. The next rneetma of tTie group will be at the bom-; of Mrs. o. D Grimes Wednesday alter ROOT* ' ,->t 2:30 o'c'Oeir. Little Tlisalcr Jibs Bam" D~ancc Approximately 125 jicuplc nll*nU- od the-informal (lancing parly in the form of an old fashioned barn dance wlien ' the Blylhcvlllc' U141e Theater lieid'opeii house lii-sl iiight a). 1 Ihc' Woriian's clu)>. Ginghams and overalls went MMifgtnfr inio the square d.nice unri Other lor'frts o( amusente'nt which had been planned by the entertainment committee! made up of Miss Sjira .Jo lilltle, Jambs Edwards and Ulho Barries. Oily slickers and country boys shmcd up to the; village lassies while the "Arkansas Rttinbta-s" played "liddlin'" .music. The nlekcicdton wan used * during Ihe lallcv part of the even- Ing, 1 , Tills, group: was.organised in the (schools here yesterday with special interest iu the yocia! science and commercial departments, were en- tcrlaiued \vith a lunclieoh in the Home Economics coll.ijr. Jonquils \vcre the ccntorpiccc, Qt the taW; where nifmbcis at Ihe Home Economics department served the plate lunch. hm:bcou at her home yesterday. Besides tlie members, Mrs. C. H. Wllicy wns a guest. Bridge was played in tlic living rcnni during Die afternoon. Mri: H. A. Lynch received glassware lor the high score. I'lan liox SupprV Plnns. for a box supper to be licld Tiicstlny lilglil. Marcti 29, were out- liued, id a meeting of llic. Jewish Ladles 1 Aj:( society held last nigtil at the lioiiic of Mrs. L. K. Ilnr Mrs. Hose 'the place warg. of Qscccla. with G&ldberg-as co-hostess. o[ the supper be announced FRIDAY, MARCH is, 1933 Arkansas Delegate To Convention' Har Club I'arly Lilacs were' arranged Ihronghoiit lie home of Mrs. Roscoc Craflon vcstcrriay wlion s})c enlerlaiiicd members ol the Thursday Altci- moii club and one guest. Mrs. L. j. HuVjener. Spring tallies carried oiit the seasonal scheme. Following Ilie bridge games, in which Mrs. A. T. Clear received bath powder for high score. Oir iosless served a salad plalc with ced ten. Have Scavenger Hunt Starling- from the church, 'J8 icople wandered over town last light collecting novelties and nuisances for the Scavenger hunt given by Die Girl's Auxiliary of (lie First Baptist churcb. Upon their return to church the guests in the winning car were presented a IKK of candy for (he priv.i 1 . Refreshments of sandwiches and iced drinks were serve:!. » * # . Havr. Iiiinr<i-Tri|ioli 1'aity Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lowry t'litcr- lainrd n number of Ihrir friends' last, night- with n bunco and tripuli | party in honor of Mrs. uowryV ;islcr in law, Mrs. C. A. Riggins. who is here from San Diego, Cnlil., visitm? friends and relatives and also Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hood, who arc moving lo Kcnnett. Mo., .".o.xt, week. In the bunco games. Mrs. Riggin.; receive;! the high prize ami Edward Aiken the lov; prize. Tlie travclln;; award went to Mrs. Charles -Inter. Nineteen members were prcsonl fni 1 Ilie business session and Mi:.-s Emma Cox. Miss Rose Riibenslcin. Miss Virginia Nichols. Miss' Rebecca Nichols, and Mrs. nilvc Silverblatt. of Osccola, were guests during the social lioVif. The hostesses scrvcH a salad plale. .Cliili Has Guest Mrs. E. B. Woadson played cards' witli members ol llic Thursday Contract club \v)icn they were eh- tcrtiiiiicd at the home of Mrs. F. U.; Joyner yesterday afternoon. i Vases of sweet pen's nnd nnr-' cissusea were arranged about the living room where bridge was played. Seasonal laliics curried out Ihe spring decoration*. Mrs. O. \V. McCtilchcii received a suuimer jiursc for lii^h score in the -bridgo- gnmrs. following, which llic hostess served a snlad' plnle. Siiii Bnrit ft son WRS lioni to Mr. and Jlrs. Jim. R. stovall last night at (lie BlylhcvUle hospilal. The bab.-. who weighs seven pounds and 14 cunccs. has fcesu unmcd John llob- cti for his Iwo grandfathers and his father. Make I'laiis Kor Dance' Plans lor a dance lo lie given at (lie American Legion Hill April a were made by members ol llic Col- Illlon club at a meeting of that group last night. An orchestra from Cape C.lrardean. \yill play for Hie party wlilcli will begin al 10:00 o'clock with Ihc program dnucc sliirling fit 10:3tl o'clock. Mrs. w. R. Crawford. Mrs. J. B. Hny. Dr. J. B. Deasley and William LawshD were appoinlcd ;i committee to make arrangements for llic affair. They will mel al the . home of Mrs. Crawford Tucsidny ! night at 8:00 lo rilscuss plans. Mr. and Mrs, I). C. l-'recinan and children. CleraUilno and Peggy, have returned from Los Angeles, Calif, where they spent the winter. They arc now with Mr. Freeman's brother. J. B. Freeman, at CI2 Lake street. Miss Marjoile Warren, Miss Sue Itamcy, Miss Donnie Jeanne Buchanan, Miss Winifred Crnw/ord Miss Mnrlan Tompkins and E.' M Terry, jr., me riUoncling (lie con vention of tho NiUlonu) Honor society and also a journalism meeting In Little Rock today, Mrs. Ashley HaddlcK and daughter. Janice, of West Memphis, returned home yesterday after having visited Mrs. Haddjck's mother Mrs. Miiry Wilton Henley for llic past fciv days. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. clunc and son, Ciirmel, are in Paragould lo- day for Ihe funeral services of Mrs. Clime's uncle, Joe Kneler, wlio died at his home there. Mrs. C. C. I,cc or Dycrsburg, 'I.ehn., is the guer.t of Mrs.'G. W. plllahnnty mid family for a few days. Mrs. John chapin nntl daughter, Hcberla, Mrs. H. a. 1'nrllow and Eori, Graham, and Mrs. K. L-. Webb and children, Mprllm Aiin and Sklppy, spent yesterday in Memphis where tljcy saw Ihe Walt Dts- ncy feature, "Snow White and the Seven D\vnrf«." Miss Kathcrinc Donnelly is spending Ibe week end in Memphis with her mother, Mrs. S. P Dlllalumty. Mrs. W. I,. Ilorncr loft tc:lay foi' Whealle.v, Ark., lo be with" her father. 11. k. smith, who has been seriously ill in the Memphis hospital but is now much improved. Mrs. J. T, Crcnsliaw, who lias been the guest of her daughter. Mrs. c. A. Cunningham and Mr. Cunningham, lias returned to her home in Trenton, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lercli. Mr.}. A. O. Little and Mrs. Harry Kirby arc spending loday in Memphis. Miss Frances Burns led today for lier home m Mini. Mich 1 ., after having spent a week as tlie r;"«-l of her aunt, Airs. Venn Ilenlcv. Bob Simmers, of Osccola. Mrs, Les- prograiii with Mrs. Charles Cork- I'.in as leader. Tlic topic for March was "Em-one; Sheavcs-WHh tic- | ter spiel of Tyronza, Mrs. Hugh jplcliijf. Mrs. C. B. Wood gave wiiitsltt. Mrs, Roy Nelson, and the devotional on "Spiritual Sym- Mrs. c. B. Wood, Jr.. of Blythevillc palhy taken from second Samuel C'allis, Mi's. John Thwcatt, Mrs. signed iwrsonally by all present """• ° •'" '" " '"- Another card was sent lo Mrs'. C:12-10. I Mrs, Cork ran opened the program by giving a resume of "Europe Fitly Years Ago," followed by discussions on "New Beginnings in Europe" by Mrs. B; O. Wllklns; "Europe Today nnd Tomorrow" led by Mrs, John Thwcatt; "The Co- CFCf.iiive Program at Work In Ku- ropc, as In Rumania. Hungary. Yugoslavia, Itiily and Spain". Mrs. S. ,J. Snillli; Mrs. Charles Evans clcsed Hie program with a life story of Mrs, Andrew Udvarnoki, a pioneer in Hungarian Mission work. 'I he next incctliij will be held with Mrs. Citiric Lindsay on April The Baptist Sunday school will observe Hie liilernnlional Sunday Klicol lesson Sunday. March 20, on "Temperance," emphasizing I h e phase ol "Keeping the Body Strong, a rersonal Aspect of Temperance." >y a special program at which four invited speaker;; will discuss the following topics: Dr. Thomas The guests were seated at tlie dining table, which featured a pink ami yellow color scheme, using jonquils and ueach blossoms as a ccn- tcipiecc and (lie place cards emphasizing the spring motif. In tlie afternoon bridge Barnes the "Mcotcmall" tallies aflorded each and every one lo play together during Ihe several progressions. Mrs. Charlie Bifllngsley held high score. Mrs. Hugh Wnilsllt. of Bly- (iievillc, .second high, and Mrs. R. L, llouck third high, cut prise, a cassero;c. in yellow, con- tainiiij; Old Eiizllsh Kraft cheese, went lo Mrs. Jlnnnlc slack. • » » Mrs. Frances Bogan was guesl al a private luncheon held at cicrber's. Memphis, at noon Tuesday, when lifly-tliiec Euslern star members of Arkansas, session of Ihc chnplcr of O. E. S., were present. The expression "stone-broke" criginnlcil .[rom the old custom of urcakiiic; (r craftsman's tloncwlien 1}C failed Co pay his dcbls. ' Mis:i Anne Scmmcs Bnrbicrs/ of Osccola. who selected, to represent (he Daughters of tlie American Revolution of Arkansas nl the national convention in Washington, wil! leave .->e«n (or that city. Hazlewoocl-Rice Mavnagc Al Lcpanlo is Annoiiiicecl LETANTO. Ark,. Mar. 18.—Mrs. N. FMtcy of Lcpanlo announces the marriage of her daughter, Danit Rice, to K. c. llawtv.ood. also of Lcpanlo. son of Mr. and Mrs. JI. W. Hazclwood of Marked Tree. The nmrriric was performed February nth at (lie home of the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Elevens, with flev. W. J. Lc- Roy, iwstor of the First, Methodist church of Lcpanlo officiating. Tlie bride is a graduate of the IjjKinlo high school and for the past two years has been employed n.s teokkccpw for llie L»|mnij lumber company. Tlic bridegroom has been manager of the Lspanto lumb;r company for the past live years. F. VIrelntu Wllklns, Ihc Sunshine girl of Die Grand chapter of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs; T. D, Wllklns returned/ Sunday evening from it short vlsil spent in Litlle Hock on business and with relatives in Ai'- kadelphla. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Brown arc in Miami, Pla., for an Indefinite slay tor Mr. Brown's health. W. A. Hughes and Mrs. R. N. Foib« are patients in the Baptist hospital, Memphis. Mrs, E. R. Bog'an. Mrs. S, .1. Smith and Mrs. c. B. Wood al- londcd llic banquet of the Tennessee. O. 15, S. grand chapter al the Peubody Monday night. Mrs. Bo- liail remained in Memphis for (he entire session ol the chapbr, returning home Thursday. Mrs. S. J: Smith-motored 'i Columbia, 'lenn.. Thursday lor her nindsmi, Clarence Crawford, who (Ji attending HID gran:!' wil1 s l>*»d 'he spring* holidays ol :ic Tennessee Grand llis school. Columbia A feature or the luncheon was lite reading of n letter from the ,. . -. ,„ - , - - Clraml Secretary of Arkansas. Mrs. Hudson. The Relation of physical Etta C. Lynn, addressed to the Av- Filncss tr, Health"; Judge S, L. OJadLsli of Ojiccota, "TJic Relation cf Physical Fitness to Law"; E. W. Military Institute, here, ne wilt bo joined over the week end-by liis mother, Mis. Maxinc Elcdsoe, of Memphis, Butler, -the Relation of physical Fitness to Business"; and the Rev. L. P. Flemining will discuss "Tin: Relalicn of 1'hysical Fit ness to the Soul.' The Japanese government, licav- kansas delegation. The group re-1 j|y subsidizes all Japanese com- sponded to Mrs. Lynn with a mcs- ! panics engaged in automobile sage of love by sending a card manufacture. Mr.";. Joe tors. Miss Hires, with her •l Carrlc Mae and Mrs. Luxora Society — Personal Charlc:; Billingsley, as co-hostesses, had us (heir yuesls Thunluy Hirer- noon Mrs. Charlie Millllii. Mrs. 'led Eison. Mrs. J. ivim MiJflin. Mrs. C. B. Wood. Mrs, Jesse Brown. Mrs. H. Kurtii, Mrs. 3. j. Smith. Mis, w. L. Wallers. Mrs. George' Crattdoclt. Airs. Bam Btnven. Mrs. Lena Gillispie. Mrs. May Bowcn Thompson. Mrs. Ellioll William:;. Mrs. Russell Bowcn. Mrs. John j Thweall. Miss Eva Gccrgcr and' Mrs. Louise George, of Osccola, for mi afternoon of bridge. High score prize, a Niloak water jug-, went to Mrs. Thompson, secon-1 ni|h Miss Eva George, hose, tliir:!. Mrs, Jesse Brown, suetlo card tiiblo ccvcr and deck of cards, with cut prize, crystal asli trays. soiu» to Mrs. Eison. A salad plnte WHS served. ^Irs. C, B. Wood had as her gucsls, for a spring luncheon Sal- urdoy. thirteen yomm matrons, Mrs. Charlie Billingsiey," 1 \ir s char- lie Thomas, Mrs. R. L. Houck. Mrs R. W. Butler, sirs, jimmie Slack Mr:;. Edward Scngraves. Airs. Tom V'ourleni members of the Wo- iiny'.s Missionary society cf tlic Baflisl church mc't in the home ot «Mrs: Minnie Williams Tuesday atlVrnooji tor Ihc Koral Service. Following the camte, a sandwich :ihte was served. j Has Club A f-prinF, -chcinc war, c.iriipd out in the luncheon party civcn liy Mr.-. Hoss D':-.llunlips yesterday when she entertained members ot Ihc Thursday Luncheon cHil>. Narcissuses were used its llu- cciitci piece ol Ihe dining Uiblc v.'l-.crc ihc Ui re c course menu was Ecncd and jonquils decorated llic living room where the guests lal?r played bridge. Spring tallies added to the seasonal almosphcre. Mrs. Everett. B. Gee was high and Mrs, Russell Phillips, second .high, in the games. * * • Entertains Club A St..Patrick table with a centerpiece ol jonquils, placecards honoring the Irish saint, and a green and while color [icliemo can-led out iii''the.other table decorations, v,.., used by Mrs. M. O. Usrey when she Half Moon News Mr. :IIK| Mrs. Allen Baker of Blylhcvitio spent Ihr week end with Mrs. Leslie Peeples. Miss Ethel Wiilner of Houston. Tex. is visiting her mother. Mrs. Tom Wtdncr. Mrs. B. F. Gay 1m returned home after being away since December. Liquid, Tablets Salve, Nose Urops checks COLDS and FEVER first day llcarlaclir, .10 minutes. Try "Kub'-My-Tism"- World's Liniment l«t* f«[I (or the purpose of stlmu- had the Mid Week Bridge club for a i iiouu F RIGID AIRR SERVICE Only Authorized Service In Mississippi County Commercial or licsldencc Jobs Phone 67 E. Bi Gee Sales Co. Y.. H. (ite, fjlgr. IC3 S. Second SI, Strawberries V'stney Sliced Kind Off Kullv Dressed M2 West Mai,, Phone 7S9 To inlriKlucc Old Kickato medicine and prove its wonderful value for relieving slomach and liver- trouble.-., we will sell twelve ounces, 'two weeks' IreiUmenli for •19 cents. We also guarantee to refund lull purchase price to any person who is not -ati.'-licd. Within twelve hours Old Kickalo will drive poison 1 ; from your .system. It tauses a more naliiral iiclion Hum any oilier medicine we kno\v of. H is a good Ircat- meiit for rheumatic and neuritis pains in arms, neck, tiidc, hips and legs, giving reliel in nearly every case. Five or six doses lake away tired feeling and induce healthy sleep. Even', person needs a thorough cleansing out of his .system four or live lime;; a year. Old Kicfc- :xto Tonic will liiMp :i stomach, gas, bloating nausea in- ten minutes. Sold in Blylhcvillc by Slcwart-Kobinsori Drug Co. Only ANNOUNCING THK FORMAL OPENING OFTtiKN.EWSTOKE.OF SATURDAY, MARCH I!) IN Till-l S1AION IJUILDJNC:— COKISBll OK .1IAIN AND FOK OWNING DAY ONLY or your old watch, regardless of condition, on (he pw- oii;isc of any new watch nhovo S2i).75. I5tiy un our lay aw;iy jtliin—only a .small down pnymunl Kl K in, *:JS AlotU-l. 17 Jewel, S.T7.r)» KlRin, While (iolcl, 17 Jcw- <•!, Men's \V;ilcli ............ (,'iuneu fJoliI for only . .. SI 2.75 iMonY iliiil Uiny;, ;i rral l)uv ... ';m<l While $1175 NiiluvM] («)!(!,' lii- SL' Ladies' Watch, a l:eautv a I ... . White G.oW EJgin. SSI.?:") rtkns HinK, Kxti-;i ;i| .. Natural Kuiiv SUO.OU Ladies' Klgin, latest model in natural •').7;> .Men's Helliros ii! gold huntl DKlll'K 'lie S: '>-">» $17.50 with »ul- $15,75 Wesllicld (made hv -$10,?5 Men's While a special ii ;tl 1'ijje'v $\7.50 I, H ;lk-si (•old Dinner King for .Sij.lJI) Ladies' Cold Oi;i- montl I'inrj ... S29.75 Ladies' Diauuind Rinjl. willi nine stones .S 12,50 Ladies' Jlintf, with 11 bril- iiai'.t stones Uiamoiul While $12.75 Kcautiful XnturaJ Cluster SPEGIAL REDUCTIONS ON GIFTS AND NOVELTIES ALL LAMPS HALF PRICE! ALL SILVERWARE 25'' Free Souvenirs to adults all day Saturday OFF O

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free