The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 23, 1938 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 23, 1938
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PAGE TWO COURIER NEWS' COURIER NEWS '£OMI'LIMBNTAKY TICKET .-, This Ticket will Admil Mrs, Wily Sisk and Companion : 209 \V. Kentucky —;o m— . , RXTZ, THEATER.. •- — io see— ' C'lTV RAVELS" Social Calendar. .., EVENTS Mld-Week. Bridge club meeting with Mrs, Cecil Sliauc. Mrs, n, F. .Kirshner having, (lie Thursday Luncheon club. .Mrs, .Charles' Crigjcr jr.. cnter- laining, the Thursday Afternoon LlL'b. • Mrs. John P. Ix;nli entertaining Thursday contract chtb. FRIDAY'S EVENTS District deputy visiting at Dutch supper and stated i\icelirtj of o. E. S. at Halt nt 7:30 p.m. Executive board of Woman's club having luncheon preccrtinq a general, club meeting at 2;'JO prn Society to Meet • There will be n meeting of the Yartu'o Missionary society at (he homo of Mrs. A. w. Hun-is 'Jliuis- day afternoon at licoo o'clock, it was announced today, Itoyal Neighbors Wiji. Have. Mecliiij; The, Royal' Neighbors will meet with MIS. R. L. Copeland on Davis avenue at 7:33 o'clock, tonight for a business meeting at which t!ie slate supervisor from Hot Springs will be present. Members of (lie group are urged to be present, it has been announced by officers, Missionary Society lias Birilitla.v IJirtncr A lifrthcla'y dinner f=r members of. the Woman's Missionary Society of. the Lake street Methodist church who have had birthdays din-ins tlie past three months was given by lowed by a business meeting presided, over by Mrs. George Dysinger. ' [ FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia • .-'••• • -COPB. ifjiBYKtACtRvict.i'fC. I.M no u i PA i err.- ;;Biil'Mademoiselle docsn'l allow me to siwnk English." OKaj—etslay nlklny igpuy ntinlny.".. board at a tea at Her' to report he,- conCiiion as improve;! nml s;ly t|ftl K ,, c ,.,„ ' h| » letter part home lust week, narcissuses, and lilacs''nlile lo return home ticccralcd (lie ltvln<; room where I of UiiK week the nnmcs were, played. At the! Jc'.m parlis was in Memphis Ihc [ :onclus!:m of the games -n which ' Mrr. I,. II. Moore and Mrs. V. O. Miller won handkerchiefs foi- high prize and cut prize, the hostess , Four . year, the 'society , gives a birthday party. Guests who were hbnored at thus lime were- Mrs Virginia MaJone. Mrs. Hob Chiles. Mrs. George SliamUn, -Mrs. Iverson Monis, Mis. o. j. Dodgers the Rev. F. M. sweet. Mrs. P. M' Sweet, Mrs -.Arthur Hudson, Mrs. Allen Vnifwlnklc, Mrs. Allen bole Mrs. Dysjnger.' -'•ff'.'-t: ». » .• . . J I'll us Frankcl IVci! To iWiss Kelly. 'tram oiu n, the fable decorations of the luncheon Monday afternoon when Mrs. J. C. Ellis entertained Die Woman's Council of the First Christian church at a luncheon meeting. The unflet luncheon was served from the dining table which had spring -flowers.- as the centerpiece suiroutulcd - by caster »ggs and rsifews. on caM, small (able, was plnccir;lllU*Wer .basket -md'" caster ••pJaccoU'ds:' i-ThVrlevotlonal which vuis led by Mrs. ]. o. Westbrook jr., opened with a song; folioiviiic' whtcli die devotional period with n m-av- Tlie.. Eervlcc ivas read by Knbbi before. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Applebaum, Ira Crawford, w II Crawfortl, and. Adolpji. Meyers. Fqllpwinj tiie ceremony, Hie coupje \\-ere the guests of. Mr, ami Mrs,. Meyers for dinner. They left immediately aftern-arcis 'for Memphis^and other soutiiern poiuls. . Mr. Frankel, «!io i.s- ass.ioi.itcd \vHh^his_ fatlicr in in New ;,Iadnd,"has visited here a number of ttJnes. - *, » *' Has Club Party Mrs. whit Goodman, of Meiuylilb. who is the })oi!so2ucst of tier parei^s, .Dr 1 . and. Mrs. F. D. smith played cards v.ith members uf tlic Young Matron's Bridge club when they were ctitcrtaincd vi-iterdu- afternoon by tyrs. Dixie Crawford Violets, narcissiiHe:; ami jonquils were Ike floral decorations of the Crawford home. A salad plate wa:; served I 0 )lo;i-- ing Hie bridge gamer-, in which Mrs. rjiley B. Jones received h':sicrv for the high score pri w . « * » Auxiliary Kas Ltniclicnn. Mrs. C. R. Babcnrk eutcr- taintc; mejiibere of flic jxcciitivc board of the WomniVs Atisilinrv of the- First Presbyterian church ivilh a luncheon at h^r liomc Monday when a class of inslnirtion fo; the incoming o!Iici:rr, wns liclil. Jonquils illuminatcti bv four ycl- ]o,v fapers in clars holtier.; formed the centerpiece of the bee .traped tiible. Other bouquets of jonothh- W-rc placed arc 11 rid the house and low hojvls of. vicJcL 1 ; v.cre UTri in H>e centers of ;hc small lanlcs. Tlic 18 KUC5t.s discusscci IJ-.c duties of'Uieir oiTiivs nnd made plans for their work cjurm? the year. Club lias GUC.-.IH. Mr.-,. Walker H. Baker and Mrs ncducy- 1. Eanietcr were guests of Mr/?. .136yd A. White .viim she entertained members of l',c Tnc';- ctay .Brklse club at he;- home yoaterilay." '-'••. A'-cciikr'irfccc "of sp-.'in> fiow- crs were i^ed. on tl>; diiiiin tablu where luncheon wr.s served, "inji- J J r .flowers decorated the iivir. t ! -room where bridge was plsvcd during the' afternoon. In tlsc-e > Mr . W\ Leon fimiih was and Mrs. W. D. Chaiu'olh; Another affair in :tlie ,wr;cs of •\anishtn- tea parties planner]' b> the Junior-Senior ParcittToaclir.r Association was givui jajteMcj tr. The olhev part, nf the ! Moslem- Worlds" review of given by i\ir.s, ' George W. Barnaul. This ;cm . tlie third book, in ihe World" series. iiriirj ilic tusinl.'fji mcntiiig. presided over by Mrs. J, D. Smith. a ncininntiuii comtuitlcc was ap- pcintcd. Mrs. Uarhnm. Mrs Ellis nnd Mr.-:. .John c. Mcflancy jr. who mnkc up the comimttco. will recommend oilicovs :\l the. niect- iiiB on tlie third Monday in April. Stcele-Cootcr Society—Personal Jack Rushing were hostesses ! 31. f'.itrick party at the home of Mrs. Uinlianjl, Tiiursday night vlien tlu-y had four tables of hridsjc :byer3. Tin- home was decorated 'hrcHShreil in summer flnn-en; and the fit. 'Patrick motif wn;; carried out. At l:ri<ice Mrs. Dan rorlis jr.. of vys presented pri;',e. lin- Miss latter part of the week on business Mrs. W. .1. Evans is Bits of News Mostly Perjonal They were accompanied IIOHIC by tliclr father. Mrs. Browne, although still In an oxygen tent, wns given a blood transfusion and it was not found necessary to puncture her lung as liiid liecn planned'. Mrs. Elton w. Kirby and Mrs. Harry W. Haiucs were in Memphis yesterday. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 193S 'Hie Rev. Eupha D. Beaslcy, pastor of (lie First Church of Ihc Nax.arcnc, went lo Fulton, Ky,, Monday where she conducted special services at (he church of which her father Is pastor. She was called home/ last night to preach the funeral services of F. Y. Kirkendall The ncv. J, j. Thompson, ivho lias been quite ill for some time is new much Improved, but ho will probably not he able lo resume his work, hero for six weeks, He Is npw in Hot springs after having lipen In a Little nock hospital. Mrs. j. w. Solomon, «-lio has been seriously 111 from bronchial pneumonia at her home on South.! Division street, is slightly better today. I Miss ['ally Shane, who attends Vassal- college at I'onshkccpsic. N, Y., will arrive home Sunday to spend her spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil ,31iane. ^he will be accompanied IK Miss Jime Pilliod, of Pl'ainfleld.' N. J who i^ also a Vassal- student. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wright and il>}' of San Diego, Calif., have, ai'riied to lie the guests of Mr. Wright's fattier, George Wriglit. They are planning to make their home liere. , John Mflluin, oi Princeton, Ky., who has ucerj visiting his, niqlhcr, Mrs. T. .1. Maltan, and family for. Ihc past few' days, returned to Princeton today. Mr. and Mrs. A. Ounway will 50 to Hot Springs in the morninj. '1'licy plan to lie there for a'week. Mr. and MIS. jiimnlc Burns of Union City, Tern,., were the ,3un- al her home 'in »?,?' f f '*• of , Mr ' I>Bmns ' '" J ' CJlls . I Mr. and Mrs. Jnn Burns, nnd ram- Mrs, A. D. Fielder has returned i "'-ir.^ tr sine, from the Memphis Baptist ,,* I' "To w "i"lJ l '- y ' 5 "' " l Hcspital where she has been for '\ t " c 'n , Wcsl Mal " slrecl ' several wqcfcs. Her condition is , • S ' J ' E ' HBSSO " IS a'lending lo much Improved. " um "" 011 lb business jn Memphis for a few Hhllda Ann Lee of Memphis ,?' spent last week here wit', her , ,, al , J - rSl °' vv - McCutphcn Eran-lparcnts. Mr. nnd Mrs A A ' I J'estcrday for Hot Springs, whn ''c llioy ],lnn to spend about a her lather, Neil Benson, at Manila, She was accompanied by Mrs. Marshall Fields and Mrs. Jack Parker Mrs. W. H. Glover, Mrs. J. s! 1/iUaJimity <md daughter, Miss iluth, were in Memphis yesterday. Mrs. Berry B. nrooks and dnugli- ler, Virginia, of Memphis arrived yeslerday to l;c the guests of Mrs. Breaks' mother Mrs. Allan Walton. They plan lo he here until Sunday. Mi- and Mrs. Allen Picfcard have returned from Brownsville. Tcnn., where they spent the week end with relatives of Mrs, Pickani. Nedra Berryman, Todd Harrison Win Most "Who's Who" Honor Miss Ncdra Harrison won Bcrrymnii nnd Todd the greatest number ------ "-.•• ...... '~"i «uii e greaes number Lnneal Ilenson s|XM)l the day with of Ursl honors in !bc amiiwl IT fillhCr. Neil Uniltnn ;it Hf.iniln "Whn'v U/lin" n '.*..i..,i ~e ,,._ .,.. Who" contest of the Bly- thcvllio. high school .sponsored ' by (he junior class when the. students ,vent ( to the polls to choose tfeir outstanding classmates. Miss Bcrryinan was honored by ImviiiB (lie titles of ••means most to B. H. a," "most helpful." "best citizen" and "most dignified senior", bestowed upon her. Mr. Harrison was "most popular", chosen as the "most, attractive" Dr. Edna Nies Speaks At Meeting i w:' 0 i Winifred I nick; i:r. E:lna Nics was-the nuest| - ck; T<xlcl Harrison 'speaker at a dinner meeting of Hie ' tlclt ' Bol) Hcl 'rick. Carulhcrsvilie Business and Pro- For the "means mi fessional Woman's club last niglit. £lie s[!0ke to 40 members and guests en "Rumiing the Red Lights Along HenlDi'.s Ijljjlnvay". Wnldiuir All Carlo- ; 'IKXAIiKANA. Ark. tUPJ—lt was Carter 100 per cent in a wedding here. James W. Carter.:«, and Mrs. Grace C. Carter. 2ii, Ijolh of Fay- etlevillc. Ark., were married by Elder E. J. G. Carter. Mr. nnd of Memphis Norwood Carter spent last weekend here with the intlcrs parents, Mr. nutt. Mrs. Harry Burton. Mrs. Cnr- ler was be f (>,•« her nmrriage- Ihelimi Burton of this city. , Mr. nnd Mrs, Thclbcrt ijlslioii have named their ' son, born last week. Ramsey Eihvard. Miss Dorothy Garlic:; is working temporarily h) the office of County Agent Ainbiirgcy. Mr. and' M'rs'.'lf. T. Howscr, Mrs. J. N. panics nnd Miss Myrtle Barnes of Portagevillc ' spent Vri- day in stcclc as guest of Mr, and Mrs. J. it. Workman. Mr. uncl Mrs. Floyd Horncr. Mr. ami Mrs. nalph Cole nnd' Miss Ella Turner of Mnntla visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Thclbcrt. Bishop and new sen Sunday. Wade Hollcnbeck lins returned fi'cm a' business visit in SI. Ixjuis. Ruble Burns who is attending college nt Rollii. spent (he week end litre with relatives. Founded more than ;t5 years ago, the Society of American Magicians tt'HS initiated Io advance Ihc art, cf magic nnd lo prevent, secrels if magicians from 'becoming public, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas K. \f;,han, Mis. I. R. Johnson, nnd Mrs. Byron Morse spent yesterday In'Memphis'.' Mrs. o. E. Keck has returned from Carlisle. Pa., where'she visited 'her. daughter.! Mrs. Geovgs M." Powell nnd Dr. ppwell.for three weeks'.^'• .Jean Campbell, daughter of'Mf. and Mrs. If. R: Campbell,, is ill from measles at her lioinc. Her. sister, Joan, has now recovered from measles and is nblo to return to scli'ool. Mrs. J. W. Morse is ill from n le.j infection at the home of her daughter, Mrs. ottQ lipchtitzkv. in Colinntins, i\iiss. Mrs.' M'orse ' was here n number of times when Mr. and Mrs. tfoehtizky lived here. .'Billy and .Dent gj-own returned tins morning from Memphis \yhcre they linve been with,{tlielr mother. Mrs. E. JJBrCjwnc. wlfb is seriously ill at the Methodist hospital there. H Is Bangero^ It is dangerous to sell a SUBSTITUTE for GGS just to make throe or four cents more, customers arc your, best, assets; lose them and yon lose • your business. ' MO Is worth three, or four times as much us a SUBSTITUTE. Body clemmons. second hlih. v Fresptilr.-l two linen handkerchiefs and Miss lilla Maslm was piesente:! oath powder for low score. Thf: hostesses servnl two course refreshments consislim: of sandwich and' snlnrt in Ihc "first roiir.w with a qrccn fruit <lriuk nnd in | thr Ticrnnri course groen cuke an r l' jell;). Favors of candy men were! givrn anri each Rucsl wore SI. Pat- | rid: paper hnt-s of green and gold llnoifghoul the evcnini;. * * > nr. and Mr:;. L. K. Confer (txik their :;c;i. Lawrence K. Cooper jr.. P.C. far as Memphis Sumhiy einoiito ! to Nsshvillc. Tcnn,, wlieVc lie is | atleiidina: Vandcibilt College. He j AM*- Hie train from Memphis. TJIO,' ! visited Mrs. T. 5. Cotper at Ilic: Mclhwlist hospital and arc ' ..- by. Mrs. John C. Mc- Hancy )t who 'enlcrtaincd eight BWits with a bridge'party. This' wrles vat begun by'Mrs. Byron' Morse, n ho was Hostess fo the our Windows for the New Styles. N<HV showing Ilioi CloK—natural liiion Bl^ck & While P.vliou Sainlnl—. I ilUwlralcri above in itrtliaii-Trti; ;nui Cocklail-Tjin! 1 . OO/ oi LauderdiUc and Anlla Kaye . 'Kl Carl HiiBlicfi, Todd Hurrison, Coleman Stevens and E. M. Terry. "Most helpful": Misses Ncdra Bei'rymaii, Elizabeth Baxter, Marlone Warren; E: M. Terry, Todd Harrison. Car! Hiiehcs. "Best dressed": Misses Marjoric Warren, Anita Stracke, Jqaime Affliek; Robert, j or ,t x , Gcorye Grcar, nob Hcrrick. "Most handsome": Misses Winifred Crawford, Mary Prances Gcuni), Jeanne Afflick and Anila Slracke; Todd Harrison Murray 1 .lompson. Hugh Uarbert. "Neatest": Misses Anita'Sirackc, Kara Evrard. Jeanne Afriick,- nob Hcrrick, Robert Jonlz, Todd H M - rLson. "Mo::t courteous": Misses Mnr- joric Warren, Jeanne Afflick Sara Evrard: Carl Hughes, Leon Stafford. Todd Harrison. "Most sludious": Misses Sue Ranicy, Vern Goodrich. Pat Wood; Jerry Colicn, Tom Hcedcr, Bill Chamblin and Cookscy Dodson. "Most versatile": Misses Jeanne Bnclianan. Wynelte Shepherd Sue Ramcy; Jerry Cohen, Dim War- riiifilon, E. M. Terry. "Best,": Misses Nedra Berrynian, Sara Evrard, Marjoric •Most rriomiivV" M-' „ Wiln '°»: Leon Stafford, Todd Hav- Most fiicndly : Misse.s Mary rison, nobrrt Jonlz [•ranees Geurin. Sara Lon Me- "Wittiest": Misses' Wvnetle She.) iutclicn and Jeanne Afflick. Car- i herd, Huby Praaler ami S "means most lo B. H. S." In (he. "most popular" contest, winners of first, second and Ihird Mary Frances Geurin, Crawford, Jeanne. Af- Todd Harrison. Hugh liar- tost, Io school" contest, results: Misses Newra Bcr- rynian, Jeanne Buchanan. . Winifred Crawford; Tortd Harrison Leon Sla/Tord, Dan Warrington. "Most attractive": Misses Winifred Crawford. Anltn Stracke, JcamiV- Aftlick; Todd Harrison, Colcman Stevens. Hugh flarbeil anil Murray Thompson Rhodes, Eugenia Crawford; L. T Moore, Ben Sanders, Tom Simon.' "Most talented": Misses Jeanne Buchanan, Sue Rainey, Jean Bourland; L. T. Moore, Todd Harrison, Jerry Colie'n. "Best Athlete": Misses Alice Sa- lllia, Jiiunlla Grimes, Vela Lee Plckclt; 031: Warringtoli, KusscI Moslcy, Carl Hug lies. '•Mast Dignified senior": Misses Ncdra Berryman, Aiiita Stracko, Mnrjoric Warren; Todd Harrison, Leon Stafford, nobert Jonlz and George Grcar. "Quietest": Misses Sara Evrarcl, MarianTompkins. Pat Wood; Jerry Cohen. W. R, Canady, James Rogers. "PiellicEl Hair": MJsses Mary Adii Robinson, Winifred, Crawford Marian 1 tomnkins; Todd Harrison D;in Wiii-ririetdti, AJfrert Meredith! "Prettiest eyes": Misses Mary Frances Gemin, Maiy D. 'Piizger- ulcl, Winifred" Crawford and Miriam Smith; Hugh Harbert, D. Armstrong, Irving Osbornc. "Best dancer": Misses Rhodes, Juanlcc W.ulpolc. Frances Cicurin; George Bill Clmmblin, Bob Herrick, "Wisest junior": Misses BiDle Lceeett. Joyce Somcrs, Eugenia Crawford; Jerry Cohen, Thomas Beay, Ben Mack White. "Most sophisticated": Misse's Anita Stnieke, Nedra Bcri-yman, Marjorie Warren; ilarry Maxwell,' George Grcar, Leon Stafford. 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