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March 21, 1938

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO (ARK.) COURIER, MONDAY, MARCH 21, 1938 TICKET Ticket Will Admit Grace Etfivartls and 1 Coyipanl?;! Holland, Mo. —io nic— KIT/, THEATER —(o sec— "Walking Down Broadway" Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Dixie Crawford entertaining the Young natrons' Bridge club. Tuesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Floyd. White. Mrs. A. M.' Bull ciitcrten'ninj her bridge club. ••WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Chapter "N" and "D" of the P. E. O. Sisterhood having a Coltey college tea for the senior girls smd Ihcir mothers at the C. W. AfTUck honic from 4 until 0:00 o'clc^k. Wednesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs; \V. H, Minyard. Mrs. J. H. Elkins entertaining the Wednesday Contract club in honor of 'Mrs. O. H. Willcy. Delphians meeting at 9:30 a.m. at Hold Noble. THURSDAY'S EVENTS "Mid-Week Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Cecil Shane. Mrs. R, F. Kirshncr having the Thursday Luncheon club. Mrs. Charles Crigscv jr.. cntcv- liie Thursday Afternoon FRIDAX'S EVENTS - Disfripl deputy visiting at Dutch supper and stated meeting of O. E. (aining uwb. S. at Hall nt 7:30 Executive; boar.d . of Woman's ; . club having lunchQOn preceding a general; club meeting at 2:30 p rn Mis?, Milled Hood Weds Joseph Kaniey The iHsrriasc of Miss Mildred Aylcne Hood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Hood, and Joseph Bar- i re.tt Kamey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ramey, of Cape Girardean, was solemnized Sunday morning Over U»e Bridge Table By 'Keen Hughes left yesterday for Dallas, Texas where she will join Mr. Hughes who. has been working (here for six weeks. Mrs. Jack Alexander held high score among Ihe 12 friends of Mrs. Hughes who pl.iycd bridge. She was presented a double deck of cards. A compact was presented the guest | of honor by her hostesses. Following llic card fames a sandwich plale was served. - - • . . | Bosslp, we protend to have been Daughter Born hlbernaling for thc pust two months A daughter was torn to Mr. aiirt ?,'"' !W!lkc wlUl llle promise that Mrs. Clmrlcs Cobb. jr., yesterday I!.' i™ 1 '. 1 . 1 "' Il .'i s l)le ^"'lal, we will alter Lake street. Since our admirers (to our face, at least) are crying for bKs of Clmrlcs Co'ob, jr., yesterday I " l°" '«>! »s "ic «.-anrtal, we will •noon at their home at 4131 v „ WCck , ly ' Tllc onc cw!(lllion , s i rce i is—(hat we be told ALL the gos- The baby, who weighed seven pounds at birth, has ben named Edith Jctinelte. Bits of News Mostly Personal ----- ---- .... gOS- . SOME of which will bo imparted tc. our readers. It almost seems like June instead of March Nylth brides going li,l,thci; nnd Hi.Hher. West Ash street holds Iwo In llmi, many I blocks with Mary CrUhcrinp Martin and Roy Nelson settled In tjieli at the First Prssbytcrian church in Cape Girnrdea.u, The bride wore a printed crape dress with black and gray accessories for thc ceremony, which lead by llie Hcv. C. H. Martin, pastor of llic church, Mrs. Ramey, who lias-lived here nil her life,-, was graduated from the BlylhcvlUe, High school in WIG, She is how employed in- the office of Ihe, Singer Scivijijr Machine company here.. Upon'graduation'from (ho Cape Girarrteau High school. Mr. Rntney attended the Southeast Missouri State Teachers College there. He came here three years ago as a druggist for Klrby Drug store. . The couple will he n|. home at 50f North Broadway street. * » * - Kayiuoml Holder Wed To LCXU Girl Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Dorothy Wnr- lielU, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Marvin Warficld of Le.xii. Ark, to Raymond Holder, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Holder, in-a cerempuy performed in Helena- March 13 at the lioine of Mr. and Mrs. Warfield. by the Rev. E. Q. Thorn kinson, pastor of llic Prcs- bylcrian church. The only attendants were K. Ed- con and Bob Austin, of Barton. The bride wore a dress of beige with brown accessories and a shoulder .corsage, of rose hid?. Mrs, Holder attended Galloway Woman's college at Scarcy and the University of Arkansas! where r,hc was a- member of thc Zcta .Tan Alpha sorority. Thc bridegroom also attended thc University of Arkansas. n c is office manager of the Twist Planting company at Enrle. where the couple will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Holder were hr-ie ycslcrday visiting relatives and friends ot Mr. Holder. * •' * , Entertains Cliit, ^•*A short program was presented t.K>r the B. p. p. club when It ^as entertained al llic home of ,0,. ^W White Wednesday a:\criiaon. i *I» rally Wise and June Workman played ,a number of piano selections on the program following which camp nongs were sun-; by Mr. Biitl Mrs. llonnan Hess and Ike Miller went to St. Louis yesterday where Mr. Hess will con- tull a specialist. Mr. and MLB. Whit Goodman and daiiBlilcr. Lre, of Memphis, are .(lie guests of Mrs, Goodman's parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. D. Smith. Mis. 1 ; Martha Lou Lassctcr. Miss Amy Little, James Mason and Uetlmiiy Pnught. who attend Arkansas Slate college at Joncsboro. were, the dinner guests of Mr. Fought's parents, M.r. ami Mrs. \V. J. Fnught, Friday night before they motorc:! to Mayfleld and Murray, Ky., where they visited Miss Las- Eater's parent; and. Mr. Mason's father. Ajiss Mildred Lou Ifnbbanl, who is a student, at Southwestern. In Memphis, spent IJie wc9k end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs, p. E. Cooley ar.c moving from their home oii'Wal- lint street to, 220 Nprth Fifth street. Mrs. Hubert Potter returned Saturday night from Memphis where j-ic has been .since Tuesday with Mrs. E. J. Browne, who is seriously ill from pneumonia at the Meili- vas i artist hospital there. Her condition is still unchanged. Mrs. J. A, Leech will KO. to Memphis tomorrow morning where she will enter the H/iptisl hospital for two weeks treatment,. Karris M,cCa|Ia, who has liven Working, for the,', O. O. Hardaway Co, has, lien temporarily transfpr- icd lo Memphis. Rouse Harp has rety.rned froni Mcinphis, Tcnn., where he attended to business last week. Miss Doriue Coulter, who Is working i n Memphis, speut the week end with her parents, Mr, hud. Mrs. C. E. Coulter,. J. D. Stone Is attending to business- in Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson uiicl daughter, Jane, went to, Soincr- ville, Tenij.. Saturday where they will visit relatives of Mr! Wilson. They were accompanied to phis by Billy Eldrcdge, who purchased new house," which Ro from the C. w. Atfllck's shortly before lite marriage, and Mary VV'KUilA Arnold (once of Memphis) and Sheldon Hull with "Molhc and Dad" Hall until Hip Harrj \y. Haincs' build and leave the! apartment for these ncwlywcUs. Both, have been showered, with several Interesting affairs upon lliclr from tirlda! trip,-,-. Since we last wrote, there have) been weddings, — bnhics — lovers' quarrels —parties —new people in town—spring gardening aiid sick- lies.?, . . . not lo mention (he tornado, Betsy Bell, young daughter of Margaret a,ml Jinniiie Bell, cut her head so, severely when she fell off, a double deck, bed while pjuyinz with Rosemary Monaglian thnt'shc was given tetanus shots ... all of which Betsy look very bravely so Icng as anyone would nilmire the bnndngc on her licnd! There are so many nice new people mound that H will soon be iirtc.ssnry (o'havc mi. iclentinc?lio;i book nt each party so everybody wiy know whp : everybody else is. Amoug 1)19 few, whonj we have met are; tliq Eobcrt gloL'kcttjs, originally of Memphis and recently of Monroe, Ln.. who have 'taken the [once or Iwlc? before. Lehman <ic- ;lnrc.s there Isn't a beautiful air. I n Hollywood, compared to those n Memphis and other parts of the south . . . th c juanlla Bailey lie narricil comes from Springfield, Mo,, and Is extra attractive . . A little bird tolU us that the U L. Wards, who we jwst lioiuc from Florida, were looking at a cottage at Port Myers, which (xyc a sign "For Sale" but we haven't learned whether or not they tjcldeO. It lo their possessions, 'Ihe best Joke of the week goes lo Marie pollard, who went to Joncsboro lo a rug hooking party, especially uccausc she wanted lu- .structlons on beginning her new nig,—and left the rug at home.! But she declares she had a good j lime anyway. Another good story Is on Aclcllc Leech, but which has its serious .side. A<lcl!e was attempting to' move a small tree recently ami was doing the work herself because she knew exactly how s)i e wanted It done. In lugging at the li-ce she ruptured a blood vessel In her heart and specialists have put her tn the .hospital for two weeks and said "no more tree dig- gins;." This means she won't yet to make that planned Jor trip at this time. Haulaway apartment. One ot the moijt Interesting affairs of which, we liavq heard among the "unprintnblc" kind , v as the farewell party given in honor of the crlggcrs' cook before she moral from Armorcl io Blylhcvllle, alont! with Ihe family. All Armorel was honoring the entire Crisger family so the black population threw u big pacty for said cook.' Dame rumor vows there Is talk of not allowing Mr. ami Mrs. B. A ---, ...... Lynch lo attend any more bridge | CU -V Mlss ^ ar >-' Allcc Sluttle -ns- Keiser News Dr. R. E. Schhmcr, county health clliccr, showed a scries of inovuig pictures for thc Kelscr p. T. A. Thursday afternoon anfl made a nddress on tests which that the tuberculin association will sponsor in the school during April. Onc of thc biggest ' crowds of thc year was present. The entire student body of llic high school also saw the pictures. Afterwards Mrs. J. T. polk led Hie group. In a' short business session. Thc next meeting of the P. T. A. will be a night meeting on April 7, at which, all fathers will be special guests. •- * * Mrs. R. H. Jfobhison jr.. WHS honored Friday afternoon with a niiscellaii.ewis .shower sl.vcn by Mcs. W.. M. Taylor apd her daughter. Airs. Mauijice Little. There- were four tables of bridge, Mrs. R. H. Rehhjsou won high score prize and Mrs. Merrill Polk cut consolation. Tea guests wece Mis. Harvey Wilson (ind Mrs. I. G. BriKC. » • « Mrs. E. II. Robinson entertained in honor of the fourth birthday of her granddaughter. Mary Lcc. T11 " c were, twenty children Visit bis father there. Drs. Cavl and Nlcs had . . their guests over the week end Dr. Alba Mciute and sister. Miss Helen, Mcartc. of Memphis. Sunday, they attended the West Tennessee Os- Icopathic -juceling at KcMoo; Tcnn. Mrs. J. Allen Webb, of Wright City. M'3.. wiio has hem visitim; her Gir,(ev, Mrs. G. H, C.rcar. anil laiuily for two weeks has returned homo. Mr. mid Mrs, Ellis SnijKv; and Marion Gray, of Memphis, spent ycslcrrtaj- l-.ere, Mr, and Mrs. snipes were the guesls of M re . snipes' parents. Mr. anil Mrs. H. u Chambers. while Mr. Gray spent the day jmrtlcs for n while as (hey have woiv ;all the prizes for llie past dozen affairs . . . due hostess", in choosing a prlice the other clay. asked Ihe clerk lo show her souic^ thing Mrs. Lynch would like I \Vhilc some of the Blytheville girls nrc coming IIOIIIQ fronj college for sprbi s vacations, others arc hie- ing elsewhere. Mary Elizabelh Bo- nuii went to Iiullanaiiolk, Ind , nnd to a dnn:c at the Indiana Stale college, where n boy friend had her for his special guest. Speaking of Bly'tlieville girls reminds us that, Vii-ginia Walton Brooks antl husband, Berry, of Memphis, came over lo say farewell before llipy leave for a summer sistcd in directing Die Barnes, ice cream "nil cake were served. Mary Lyniv Jackson and Helen Moore. Marv At the conclusion of the games which were played later in thc evening, refreshments v,-ere sen-ed by the hostess. • • • • » lixf Kev/ Meintcr Miss Mary Bain wns iriiliatcl into the "N-> chapter of thc p. E. O sfiSerhood when n members of lh»t ' group met Saturday altornooTi at e home- of Mr. antl Mrs u A nch with Miss Alia Garlinglon hostess. " -'Kor. the .program, Mrs. Farmer Enzland sang lv,-o selections: "Ca'r- mcna" ty H. Lane Wilson and "Two Roses" by. Hailcl Gilberle. Flans were inadc lor llie Collcy College tea which chapter "D" and chapter "N" are giving Wc.-l- licsday afternoon .at,'the C. W. Affltcfc home for the senior girls and. their mothers. At the close of this discussion, the hostess served refreshments. • • • CerapltmciU. Jilts. Hughes Hprlug flowers decorated the home of Mrr, Cl>de Nicholson when slio Rilti Miss Hbalirth Blj-the ' cflinpl!m«ntod Mrs Herbert Hug-iics jrft]) a bfkge party ond handkerchief ohofter Frlda.y night. Mrs. Gray. Mrs. Gray him home. . Mrs. ,. accompanied Mr. :in:l Mrs. P. K. Webb ana Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alford and Mrs. J. Allen Webb went to Hickman! Ky.. yesterday to visit Or. and Mrs. John .Samuels. Mrs. E. A. Fisher and dau-jlilcr;.. Miss Annie and Mary .io. spent I yesterday In Osccola as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Quinn. Thieve; Visit Police FORT WORTH. Tex. I" South America, thpy found us heaving garbage cans about the town In a noble betuitiflcation cf- for ! while they brightly discussed liielr NEXT ocean voyage . Mrs. W. T. Oberst, who has ju s t returned from a month in California—where she ran into n lot of peculiar weather—will have (laughter. Hiith I'iiiicrson. ami granddaughter. Vivian, for a visit next month, Ruth is making thc pil- gr(ina g e lo Nalchcv}, "Miss,, this month. She and Spurgeon have bought a hill side | 0 |, filled ,,-llh Irees. al Jackson. Miss., aw \ w |n build during Ihe sinnmor. News of ifhman Oillespic's marriage in Los Angeles was really a shcck to most of his friends in thc old home town although ho lold us when home recently that he ivas thinking seriously of taking that step he had almost done At the Hospitals Tiumaim Garrclt was removed from the Blylhcvillc hospital lo his home nl Burdette Saturday afternoon In a Cobl> ambulance. Mrs. Dcnmoii stcele was removed from the BlyUicville hospital to her home on Sycnmoro street Sunday afternoon in a Cobb ambulance. Harvey Lynn Morris, who underwent an operation for appendicitis Tuesday afternoon at the Blylhe- ville hospital, was removed home yesterday in a Cobb ambulance. Miss Carmen Lewis, who underwent an operation for appendicitis last Monday, was removed to her home yesterday, Alton Prcssnell jr., who was severely cut a month ago, was removed from the Blythcvillc hospital lo his home yesterday in a Cobb ambulance. Robert Claj Driver, of Osceola is a, paliml at the Memphis Baptist hospllal. Read Courier Neirs Want Ads. 666 SALVE fflr COLDS price IOC & 2f>t: Ball i UP) Tlitcvcs arc 11(1 respecters of !he policemen's night oft. They stole three coats and t\co hats from automobiles, white the owners were dancinj at. the Policemen's annual tall. "My Skin Was Full of I'implss ami Blemishes from Conslipnliou" says Vcvna Schlepp: "Since using] Adlciifca Uic Dimples are i,mw. My i ' sl.'in is health." t.owel-, smooth and Adlcrika w.- and relieves glpws wilii lics BOTH constipation , that so often aggravates a had complexion. Klrby Bios. Drug Co. 21 HOUR FR1GWA1RK SERVICE Only Authorized Service In Mississippi County Commercial oc Residence Jobs Phone 67 E. 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