The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 12, 1939 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 12, 1939
Page 2
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-, PAGE TWO COURIEJi NEWS COUUEB NEWS COMrUmNTACY TICKET | ThU TkkH WW Admit Albert KeUey & Companion t- -• BtytMrtlk ' . RITZ TREAT EB "ON BORROWED TIME" EVENTS Altw Society, Church of Hie Immaculate Conception, sponsoring a bingo party, eight o'clock, a C»0)oUc Hall. Double Pour'Bridge club meeting Hjth Mrs. John Foster. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Fidelis Sunday school class, Ffrsi Baptist church, having party 7:30 o'clock at Armorel home ot Mrs E. L. Hale. - Emwood Cemetery Association meeting three o'clock will) Mrs. Charlie Johnson, Mrs. Charles Newcomb and Mrs. S. J. McDearman entertaining Dorcas Sunday School class, First Baptist church, 7:30 o'clock at the Newcomb home. Dinner Compliment! Out of Town YistUrs Mrs. T. F. Jackson nas hostess at a six o'clock dinner Tuesday in her new country home st the Number Nine plantation In compliment to Mrs. T. M. Freeman of Houston, Tex., Mrs. Cora Jameson of Memphis, arid Mrs, Celia Hoi- comb of Lucy,.' Tenn,,' housegilosls of Mrs Jackson's mollier, Mrs.- C. L. freeman and Mrs. Doshla Mick. Covers were laid for 12 guests. The affair, in addition to honoring the out of town visitors, was in the nature of a farewell party for Mrs. C L Freeman and Mrs. Mick, who will leave Momlny for an extensile Western -trip Besides seeing the California fair, they will visit ' Mrs. Ralph Barton, the former Miss Uulh Thcmpson of here, at Hagcrman Idaho, Mrs Bess McCray at Palo Alto, Calif , and Mrs. ' J. M. Terry at Long Beach, Calif; On their return 'trip, they wilt stop In Hotis- tcn, Tex , for a visit with the T. M. Freeman family and Mrs. Bert Qwaltncy. They" plan to bo sway for a month. ' » » + 1 * W. M. U. Circles Meet Five of the six elides o[ the' 1 Woman's Missionary Union of the , Rrst Baptist church had meetings Sunday afternoon at homes 'of various members The meeting of Circle Five was pcstponcd Mrs Lloyd Stlckmon iauglit (he mission study to 13 members of Clrcle'One ?ho met at her home. Mrs. M. c. Outlaw presented the devotional after which prayers were offered by Mrs W. W, Watson and Mrs. T^m W. Jackson. A social hour followed. Eight members of Circle Two and t»:> visitors met at the ch'urcli fcr » mission atudy taught ' by Mrs M T. Burr. Mrs. T. H. Haynes and Mrs. L I Rice led In piajers. The devotional for Circle Three was given by Mrs. Cornelius c. Echerer TV hen she was hostess to seven members at her hcme. Mrs. Ted King taught the mission study and prayers «ere offered by Mrs Leslie Moore and Mrs. Ben Harrison. Hefresshments were served al uie inclusion of the meeting. Bight members of Circle Four heard Mrs Whltehead give the de- To!J:nal at the meeting at the home of Mrs. J. W. Atiten Mrs. Theodore Logan taught the mission study and Mrs Hattle Reece led In prayer. The meeting was concluded with a s:c!al hour. Mrs. Alvln Huffman taught Ihe mission study, to six members of Circle Six who met at Ihe home of Mrs. J. T. Smith. Sentence prayers opened the meeting. Other prayers were given by Mrs Robert Grimes, Mrs. Charles Ncwcorab, Mrs. H. L Chambers and Mrs. Huffman. Refreshmentsv-eresemd. Snrptfstd With Birthday Party Several friends of Cornelius G Scherer surprised him with a party yesterday In honor. of his birthday v,hlch was Sunday. The affair was given on the lawn at the Royal pig stand. in the games which nere played Prizes 'went to Mrs. Bob Copeland , and Mrs Leon Bcherer. .After the guest of honor had opened his gHts, a salad plate with an Iced drink and birthday caie was served by the ' hostess, Mrs. Cornelius G. Schercr. man's Missionary First Baptist Outrciria'st iiTghtTt the home cf (he chnlrmmi, Dr Edna Nics. _•«•••• One hundred per cent nilendance was recorded as all of the 12 members were present. Mrs. W. M. Berryiimn gave (he devotional nfler which (he nr:'grnm ras lirescnletl by Miss Willie Davis Miss Minnie Poster- and Mrs. Rus- cll Bau=h. prayers were offered by Dr. Nics nnd Miss Pearl Lee, It was decided that Ihe porson«i en-Ice work of, Ihe'gmip would be lie donation cf two rocklno- chairs o the Old Folks' home near Liix-' ira. "•• ; .- •'.,'-. ,..; The hcslcss served hoine made nke with'Iced coffee during ' the ocisl hour which fcllowed. : ^ For Blng« Party Miss Margaret Taschnsr and Miss Mule Abraham mil be hostesses ftr the blngo^ party to be given tomorrow night at eftht o clock at the CathoHc Hall The sffalr. is sponsored by the Altar society of ihc Church of the Im- macuIate,C£nc«ptlon -> , * ^ ** * Hare Business IHcellny ', .Members of the Business and Professional Woman's club met last; night at the home of Mrs Clarence Hclder for a business session. V : ' '•*' MUs Mario Harnlsh, 'recently Installed president for, the new year , ; presided. Refreshment ot crepm and cake jicre served during the social hour Rliicli followed " " * ice Service - program was i »t the meeting ef the Business Girl's Circle 'of the Wo- FLAPPER FANNY -WR l?»BYHt*5CBVICC.ll« T M «[CS U 5 fjlt.O By Sylvi» "ThereF Am! the next time you save mo, I'm gonna let you Miss Nina Brooks, Jeff risk, nntl Bits of News Mostly Personal* Steele-Cooter Society—Personal fcskss to Bunco. •Mrs. Arthur Taylor was elected is n new member of the jolly Eight Bunco club when they were guests of Mrs. Tom Perry last Miss Margaret McC'lure received It'h score award, Mrs, Sidney Miler Jr. bunco and Mrs. James L Caisldy (raveling bunco. The hostess served sandwiches ce_ cream and cuke, Taylor-Allen. Of unusual Interest here Is (he marriage of Miss Jtidilh Allen of <yersburg, Tenn., fo Bill Taylor if Coltonwood which occurred at he home of the bride's parent* nt overrun of the Fourth of July. Full details of the wedding were net announced here. Mr Taylor Is the son of Mrs. Minnie Taylor of CoUonwood here the fnmlly are well known, sins owners _of (he terry They returned Monday night af- >er H honeymoon which was spent in points of Kentucky and Tennessee. Margaret Jan« Dorroh, cf. Ca- rtitticrsvllle, came yesterday after- Mary Suc.B*rymati, •...'•* Mrs. Cella Holcomb of'.' Liicv Tenn., will return to her hcme this afternocn after having spent a few days here as the-guest of Mrs C. L. Freeman. . >.Miss Frances I>>|(her of Dallas ?**•• was/he:guest last night of Miss Marjorie Warren. She was en route north to spend the 'summer. She and Miss Warren were sc))o:lmalcs at: Randolph Mao-u college al Lyiichburg, Va Dlnne Cooper of Carnil.'iii W ho has been -vlslling Mr. and'Mrs; 1'. C. flothrock, has gone to fit I-ouIs fcr n visit with relatives \V. W. Shaver left last nlghl'"foV Denver. Tenn.,'where lie will visit Ills mother, Mrs. J. M. Shaver, nnd family for n few days. Mrs. Marvin Nunn and daughters, Miss Virginia :uicl Mary.Fran- ces, have returned from Jacksonville, Pla., where they spent several weeks . with Mrs. Nunn's daughter, Mrs. John Cocfce,'. and family Mrs. Cockc accompanied (hem horns for a month's visit •'"'•• Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ewing .'have returned from a week's vacation spent in Jackson, Miss., and Memphis. - - .'•• Miss Erma Louise Dunn, Floyd McFarliind and Mr. and Mrs J W. Dunn Jr., of Union clly, Tenn came Sunday to be the guesti of Mrs, Dunn's mother, Mrs. C.. G. 7 -..„„. ,, ,„„.,„, Hires. Miss niiiia and Mr Merer employes, of. Ulic 'Central Mis- Pnrlaml returned •Sunday nlcht tail ,„„,, .,.„,,„,„„„„_ .. ._. • Mr. and Mrs. Du,m remained to, I'yles, of Searcy, housegucsti uf Mrs. A. M. Butt and family, and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard were in Memphis j a5 t night for (he MOAT production of "The New Moon". . • -, • Miss Korma Sisk, of Little Rock, Is Ihe guest of her gnmdmctlier, Mrs. Mamie FWIziiis, and Miss l'c?gy Long, she will return'homo tomorrow. She accompanied Mrs. Frltzlus, Miss Long and Mrs. John Lcng home from Little Rock where (bey had been, veiling her 'par- cuts, Mr. and Mrs. \v, M, g|sk. Marlon Gray, of Memphis, spent (he weekend here wllh tils par- tills, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray. R. G. Cash returned home yesterday from Memphis where he underwent a major operation two weeks ago at the Methodist hospital. Tom A. Little motored down for him.' Miss Mary Virginia Cutler Is convalescing at her home from a week's Illness, Mr. and Mrs, George P. Greb have gone lo points of Wisconsin Icr a two . weeks', vacation. They were accompanied to Waukesha by Mr. Greb's mother, Mrs. Waller Greb, who • had been visiting litre for a month,' his sister, Mr/;. 13. L. Dunn, and Ills daughter, Miss Jcnn Greb. who. joined (he elder Mrs. Greb here inter. They -reside! in Waukeslia. Mr. nnd Mrs, L,. Ci. Hash have returned from 11 leu days' vacation jpcnl In Centra! Kentucky. They, visited relatives of Mr, Nnsh ' In WEDNESDAY, JULY .,„,, „ T- • Mrs, Bartholb-' !» s-parents, Mr. and Mrs. W S. """'"'. ; »nd Mr. and Mrs Welcli Mrs. Caruthersvllie ss the guest 8ld M ° 0re and * Mr, and Mrs. Wilson Henry ',md son, Jlmraie, left Monday for Hot Springs and Portland, Ark., for a vveelt's vocation. In Portland vhey will be the guests of Mrs. Henry;s Mrs. Henderson Hall -has' gone to SI. Louis and Baltimore where she will visit relatives. The province of Alberta, Canada, has an area of 255,285 square miles, and a population of veo,- 000. CARD OF' THA\KS We wish to thank our friends for (he kindness shown us during the illness and dcaih of our dear mother ami wife, Mrs. Mi'llie T. IVultl. Especially do we thank ihe Rev. Dcnlon M. K ca | and members .of the Woman's Missionary society of Hie , Driver Grove church. ; W. D. Fruitt and children. Craig's Dairy Installs New Milk Pasteurizer nt (he dairy plant Includes a vat' of Improved design for the processing of cottage cheese. -psff Sri l ^ " dk " Ne w Vt!(ier - arm mnklto sUe a et B>S [l D was y aT,Uunced,Cr«Cini Deodorant today by Joe Craig, The new , <afth equipment Is said to bo the most I "' control and automatic air apace heat control to insure uniform temperature. Mr. Craig said. The pasteurizer IB constructed of stainless steel and has a capacity of 100 gallons of milk: one advantage claimed for the new machine - is that It will bring milk to the pasteurization point between H2 and. iU degrees and maintain it at this level' without re ?. chi »8 excessive temperatures which tend to "cook" the milk, After the milk has been pasteurized it is then cooled to 10 rte- Other new equipment installed 1. Dots not rdi dresses—does not ir/irale skin. • 2. Nowaitirigtodry.Ctnbeused right thei shiving. 3. Insunily stops pcispljuion for 1 to J days. Removes odot from petspirjcton. 4. A pme white, greaseless,stainless vinisliin^ creim.' 8. AtrMhas b«en «watd«ithe Approval Seal oftheAraericin - Institute of Launiieimg, for' being lutmlcss to fabrics. 13 MILLION (ais -of Anld h»ve been >old. Try a jaj lodayl ARRID (lie week. soiirl Telephone'"•, Co. River Beach Sunday. , .... ........ Mrs. Sidney Miller Jr. nnd cliil- Oscar Hardaway Jr W | )D clren. Skipper nnd Buck are visit- ill yesterday afternoon wa Ing her Eisler, Mrs. L. A, Badscr lo Ihc Mclliodlst, hospital taken mid Mr. Hid. er nl T. L. Hale To Speak To Townsend Club T. L. Hale will bo (ho principal speaker nt the meeting of ihc Tcwnseml club. No. Otic, nl the court house tonight, It was 'announced today. Oflkers urged all members to attend and Issued 'an' Invitation the- public. • ;... •'-' ''•:.' ' • ',:• ,\ At The Hospitali Blythcvlllc Hospital Miss Alice Baylies, Haytl, admit- led. Miss Ethel Sills,'clly, admitted. Irvln Sloan, Huffman, dismissed. Miss Mlcaela Vcnegas. buxor'a, dismissed. Mrs, Raynund dismissed.. Walls Hosiiilal Mrs. Waller Palmer, clty.-admtl- , „__ _ —_ ^.^....,,i <>JV iiLfcjjjuiii HI i\ivn\- Cnminlloii, phis last night. His parents Mr ami Mrs. O. O. Hardaway, motor-' ed him down. AS-he became vcrv much -better this morning, his lullier'relumed home. Mrs. liarda- way rcinalnccl with him. Mrs. Lclantl Chatham of Ixjuls- vllle, Ky., Ls spending a week here wllh her sister, Mrs. Mall Monaghan Jr., and family. Mr. ami Mrs. Monaghau ;mtl chlltlrcii motored to Memphis for her Sunday, She Is the former Miss Jncz ClmiJ- man, of. St. Louis.: Jerry -Harwell returned yesterday from Poplar Bluff'whore" he spent..a week's vacation, wllh'^Is parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H 1 Harwell. . . •• Mrs. Myrtle M. Bourland and daughters, Misses Jean and Louise, and Mrs. John Davis left (his morning for a month's tour of the lo West, They will be the guests of Mrs. Margaret Reeves nnd family In Nonvalk, Calif., and they will Austin, Luxora, jatlcnd the Fair at Sau Francisco. They plan to stop at other points of interest In the western states. ted Philip Crawford, city, dismissed. J. L. Kliiney, Dell, dismissed. Mrs. T. ,B. Crad, Warden, dismissed. B:rn to Mr. nnd Mrs. Luther Gray, clly, a son weighing seven and one :fourlh pounds. Memphis Kan(ls( Hospital Fred McDonald. Kciser, admitted. Mimnlils Methodist Hcspital Oscar Hnrtinway Jr., city, admlt- :d. Thomas B. Burton, Haytl, aclmlt- Mcmphls St. Joseph's Hospital •Miss Mabel Roe, Oseeola, adtnit- Mlss Geralrtine Alley. Caruthersville. admitted. Mrs. A. L. Phillips, Oseeola, admitted. ted. /If i\fnin lissiriurj- Society EnlcrUIncd. There «-ere nine inembsrs x and, one new member, Mrs George! Spence at- the regular meeting of the Woman's Missionary society I Mr. and Mrs. John Terrlhaus >1 „!. V e . Meth0( ' i st church land Mr. and Mrs. w. H. Ziglcr of Monaay a ternoon. The meeting I Tcrre Haute. Hid., are spending was opened with prayer by liev.jthe week with Air. and Mrs. L. P. H. S, Hollcy after which ihe lice Moore, president, Mrs. P. p. McCtiCclun. gave as the devotional the 25th chapter of Matthew. 11-30 ver- Rev. Holiey gave a talk on Chris- Ian Stewardship and later plans were made for the Rotary club banquet. Wednesday night. General business was also transacted 5"rt a card of appreciation was read from Mrs. J. p. Vickcry who V35 sent gifts while In a hospl- * • * Son Borii. Mr., and Mra. Randolph King of Jackson, Tenn., came yeslerday to spend a few days here 'with' Mrs' King's mother, Mrs. T. J. Crowder and family. .•'.-..Mrs. O. M. Wilson has returned from Montebello. Calif,, and San Antonio, Tex., where she has been undergoing treatment for arthritis for Iwo monllis. Although Mrs .Wilson must remain in the cast for six more weeks, she is greatly Improved. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham will return today from Memphis where they went yesterday. Mrs. Dick Watson, of Oseeola, returned to her home yesterday after having spent two days here with her nVOther, Mrs. Myrtle M. Bourland. The Rev and Mrs, George W. Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Jones of iflls. Tenn, formerly of Cooler arc announcing the arrival of ft 5Vt pound son at their home on June 21. The taby has not been "^l, J^:,,?" 11 ««-.. «&y Jones , them. spend Mrs. Fannie Lucas of Sikcston is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Moore this week. Misses Aline, Regenla, Nora", Qc- neva and Geiievlcve Hagen have returned from. SI. Louis after having vlsiled Airs. J. Shlndler ni»d ether relatives for a week.' They were accompanied by Miss Virginia Merrit. of St. Louis, who returned homo after having visited her mother, Mrs. Mary E. Merrit. W. B. Ixiflin lias been removed to his hcme from (he Walls hospital in BlythcvDlc where he un- dcrwrnl an operation recently. He Is improving, J. L. Pascttr has returned to Rlplcy, Miss, aflcr a three- weetts* visit wilh his daughter, Mrs. Mary B. Merrill. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Itus.wll M <?I S'?) Cily ' Mo - anrt Mr - S"d Mrs waiter Barnes of Kills • Grove, Ml, have returned home after a 'f * wllh Mr. and Mrs. ,H^\. Ca3sl(1 >' and at crocked with Mr. and Mr.s- w M Johnson; : ' • Mrs Emmie B 1Miis o[ Denlou 13 WyAhy Hits wtt'k here wllh Mrs. ' ,t In " *• ^^ rs - Hvociks has juM- Mccnlly tcluriwd home from „ Jios- pital m St. Ijjuh. she K vt-rv nwch impi overt. y Mr. and Mrs. E. w. Me The Tennc&sco river flows twice across the stale of Tennessee. uth j OMs of Cooter and Bctte Uullx Smith of BlyUie- 1 WHY PAY WORE? 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