The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 4, 1936 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 4, 1936
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'I'llUIiSDAY,'JUNE tyc Claire Huffman, June Work- St. Joseph's hospital nt Memphis Tatum and ht'r par Shoiise, Billy Jane Rogers, Belly ents, Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Tatum, of BLYT1IEV1I.LK, (AUK.) COURIKR NEWS Social Calendar , FRIDAY'S EVENTS Fidclls Sunday, school class, First Baptist church, meeting'al Elaine Beauty sttop, 7:30 p.m. Democratic Women's club meeting Hotel Noble, 9:30 a. in. • Ladies: Bible class meeting at 1 First Methodist, church, 8 p.m. Mrs Roland Green liavinjf bridge parly [or Miss Marian Cooley. Miss Inez Wheeler and Holston Robinson Wed Mr. and Mrs. c. H. Wheeler have announced the marriage of their daughter, Inez, to Holston Rouln- son, son of Mrs. Mary Phillips Robinson and Clyde Robinson. The ring service was performed Monday night nt Carathersvillc by tlic Hev. A. D. Butler. The bride wore a summer frock of grey sheer with matching accessories. Her corsage was of roses find swectpeas. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Robinson left for a mclor trip to LUUe Rock and points of t'ne Oiarks. The bride, who lias lived here for a number of years, attended the city high school. The bridegroom, who is a member of a pioneer family, of Blyfhe- ville, attended the Gulf Coast Military Academy at Gulfport. Miss., and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. * * * lUiss Cooley Announces I'lans for Her Wedding. v Miss Marian Cooley, whose marriage to Elstner Beall. of Wilson, will be solemnized Tuesday afternoon, has announced plans for her wedding. Her brother, the Rev. W. P. Cooley, pastor of the Methodist church at Joiner, will perform the ring service at four o'clock in the afternoon, at the 'home of the. bride's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul E. Cooley. Only members of the families and a few of their most intimate friends have been invited to witness the exchanging of the vows.- Sites Cooley, \\iio will be given iu marriage by her father, has chosen Mrs. w. p. Cooley. ol Joiner, for her matron of honor. Misses Tlielma Worthington and Manline Branson are to be bridesmaids. Sir. Bsall will have his brother. Charles Bcail. of Wilson, as best man and Albert Oreenwell and Mrs. W. A. Affllck, Mrs. T. L SlcHnney and Miss Sue Butt attended a partydn Osccola yesterday afternoon given by Miss Julia Craig. R. L. Slierrlck left for a busi- r.ess trip through the New England states after a brief visit with his family who arc here for an extended stay with Dr. nnd Mrs. C. E. Wilson - before moving to Memphis or Knoxvlllc, Tenn next fall. Marcus Evrard attended to business in Paragould yesterday. Miss Julia Craig, of Osceola, has come up to be guest of Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Stevens for a few days. .Mr. and Mrs. L,. c. B. Young, of Dwlgh.t Anderson, of Wilson, are psceoln, were guests of Mr. and : to be ushers, Jimmic Lowe, son.of-V s - O- S. Stevens last'night and Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr..anil Mrs. C. H. Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. Taluin have returned but Miss Tatum renuiin- ed for a longer visit. Miss Loiilly.zla Thompson motored her parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. B. Thompson, lo Dyersburg, to sptind lasl weekend. Mrs. Roy Payne left today for a visit wit'n relatives In lAivenls Minn. her sisters, Mrs. Stevenson and Mrs. Cain, who returned home after having been here since Sunday. UKIII . - ~ — * ">'v, »'v>. ,*.tu U1*". 11. „*. ia\i,ui, v Phillips, Betty jean Hill, Marjorle Memphis, came .over Sunday for Stevens .Sylvia Heldnun, AncU - •• ••• --'•'- ' Reed, Philip Reed, Martha Frances Stevens, Doris Virginia Swcaren- gen, LaVonne Redman and Mildred Weathers, Club Has Luncheon. Mrs. W. A. Affllck had a sea food luncheon when she entertained t'ne Younger Set Bridge club Tuesday. Mrs. Joe IJtw-lfelner, of Washington, D. c., was the only guest. Larkspur, ragged robins and roses decorated the house. Mrs. J. w. Adams won first nnd Mrs.-T.-L. McHaney, second high, in the bridge games which followed luncheon. * • * * Club Has Guests. Mrs. w. J. Pollard entertained the Wednesday Bridge club this week when she also had as her guests Mmes. RUey B. Jones, Dixie Crawford, Oscar Bailey slid Henry Humphrey. A two course menu was served at the dining table whldi )iad a centerpiece of pink and blue garden flows In a p<nk bowl. Sweet- peas predominated In the flowers, from the hostess' garden, which were used throughout |he house. In the bridge games Mrs. w. H. Mlnyard won high score-and Mrs. Harry Kirby, second high. Over Ihe Bridge Table : ' By 'Keen With "we told you so" we di>- "Rht In the news of (he cngai;.'- incnt of sue Butt and Bill Robin, son, rile marriage of Inez Wheeler mid Ilolston Robinson, and hop- that Ihe rest of our prophecU\> Osccola Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs, W. E. Hunt, and Mr. and Mv.s. J. II. love well were She was accompanied by | come Irue. Sue Is to be "willed and dined as one of the most popular of iho old home town nii'l with tears we remember she 'will Misses Vern Sallba, Billy Lessen "«-' 100 miles away In nice Ci and Delia Fiiy Sykes went to P;rn """"'" Cliff. Ark., today accompanying the Rev. Stuart H. Salmon to t'.is senior young people conference Presbyterian churches. for Ever since Bill first s:nv Sue last summer It was "Sue only" and so we thrill nt one of those few perfect love matches'! It's been a long time slnco Holston and liw Harry Brown, former mayor of I n '' 5t beijan to "hit It oil' 1 and MI lilylheville, who now lives In Phoenix, Ariz., will arrive In Memphis tomorrow night by plane. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck and Mrs. Bro\vn, H was no surprise lo hear tlie lad. who once wooed nil lii,' iiirls with fervor, had settled down recounting past events among those from Ilils section who intended (he animal home- cgmlnst and pllisrluuine to . Old Trinity (episcopal climeh near Mason, Toim.. lust Sunday. Services were conducted by lilshop Mniiou of the Temiesseo diocese assisted by urcli deacon \\Vller of Nashvilk' anil Ihe Hcv, Cicimer, principal of St. Catharine's H'hool nt Ilollvar, Tills wivs ihu] succCMlve year on which Ulsliop Maxon Ims IMwieluxl Iho sermon for Mils occasion, ivt which vlslloi-s from several states nro usually present. A bronze tablet was unveiled lo the memory of Mrs. Hetty Hell, mi aunt of Mr. llunl. who hiul Ions bren a prominent ftguro In Ihe history of Iho church which «'«» founded by Mr. mini's ancestors. < from NushvHIe, Tenn., where they hnve been In school ivt Vniuler- Mlt University, Mrs. Paul Driver, Sunbeam louder of Hut Baptist missionary society entertained (he bniut will) ii picnic at Orlder Park a[|cv llu'lr rcKiilar mec,thiH • at the church Tuesday nflernoon. Tlioso present wore: Martini Jano Dimii, PAG13 SEVEN . , who came two weeks ago. will mo- hurry ( o exclaim . - tor down for him and 'he and Mrs. } Mount's dam over Ma Mr. •mid dim. If. c. llrynn re- lumed Tuesday from' Sturkvllli?, Mlfs., where they attended Ihe coiiimeneement, activities at MIs- ls Wl , slppl State College. Winner Dll- I'ipm '' ! " rti " Brother o( Mrs. Bryan's, Brown \vi,]| stay hsre for ten more days. Mrs. James H, Bell and daughter, Belsy, and John Mnlinn went to St. Louis yesterday. They plan to return today, Mrs. Elliott sarlain underwent a major operation yesterday at the Blythevllle hospital. Her condition is very good. Mrs. Monroe Scrlvnci-, of Derma, Miss., was the weekend guest of her sister. Mrs. Mamie Evans, at Lutes corner. Mrs. Evans had 25 guests for Sunday dinner In her honor. ce revue with u yearn.: ' ' ng ,for (lint Ectdle Oazorfs danc- i tug 1 — the Jesse Webbs' picnic sup- j , per Tuesday, which history! 1 '" ,,,,,, , to far as food and laughter are eon- I llflsklc "' of 1'ls class and edltor- ccrncd-aml everyone ale too much ! iJM ' tllcr " r Ihc «>llcec paper. ; a member of the senior clnss was selected lis one of the outstanding students from a •-s of 258. He was also vice- because (hey loved fhe Idea of a' picnic without having to lake Miss Mary Prestige Bride of Vernon May LEUANTO, Ai-k. - Miss Mary Prestige, daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. H. Prestige, of Tyronza, was married to Vernon May, son of Mr. and Mrs. o. W. May, of Lepanto, on May 21. The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride in Tyronza In the presence of immediate members of both families. Rev. A. Typer- Mrs. J. J. Dilhml. mother of „ .„ , .. Bryan, who 1ms spent the dish—Laura Crowder made a love- 1 '-niter in Mississippi and Aliu condition Iy bride—H was Bess Page Walton bainn, and n nephew Lawrence who introduced Randolph King to. Ulllaril returned with them. Laura so Laiiru chose her as her • • . . only attendant—the water cnfnivall K ™ J °e Dlllalmiily, s.mull given by ijhe Business 'Women's I daughter ot Ml '- ""'I Mrs. Hugh dub for the seniors made the must I Dlllalmnty, is In the Baptist lios- cbvcr entertainment seen in this !'""'• Memphis, with n threaten- part of the woods In many a day w ' attack of typhoid fever. —Gcralcllnc Matthews Greene in-1 M ' ss Sunshine Lylc ol Joncs- troduced her nice new sister, Mrs. j b(M '° has 1)CCI) tile guest of hei King Matthews, nt a bridge party! nlln t, Mrs. Alden Baker, for fcev- '•'. Mr."and. Mrs. J. Cecil. Lowe, wijl tip, tile , ring r bearer.., ,.' r i. ^ ''' •I,'.- Miss Kathryri Grear will play.tjie piano with Miss Carolyn Haley as soloist. . Miss Winifred Goodrich lig'nl the tapers and preside at ' the bride's book. To Hnvc Recital. Piano pupils of Mrs. Donald Wertz will be presented in a recital al the First Baptist church o'clock. Miss who recently graduated in voice. from Mississippi Synotiical College, Holly Springs, will bo featured on the program. These will also participate: Jet-. Monday night, 8 Jeanne Harrison, Mrs..James.A., Bartlctt, of .Chicago, arrived last night"for a visit with her. brother, James B- Clark, and Mrs. Clark. J. P. Epperson is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Miss Prances Coleman has been taken to the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mrs. Lowell B. TJoslcr, of Caruthersville. Is here for two days P. Hamrick, pastor of the ronza Fii-st Banltsl church, , formed the rites. Following wedding- ' trip to Hot Springs and 'tothsr nlg'ht—A'.lille Leech promised us an exclusive interview but all her friends beat us to It (niKi Alexander didn't bring us that African native he promised'us/— Thoughts of Ihe week— Speaking of flowers reminds 115 that Mrs. H. c. Martin has the loveliest roses and baby breath. . . ask us about the "coffee pot" gain". . . . Ramelle (Mrs. Louis) Apple-! 11 <lr "B storc baum is one of the cutest gals ever eial days. MeU'in Lapldes and Rlchurd Ciomei- will arrive home tomorrow lo inhabit Ibis lawn. -:. Maxim first- time In his Hie. First lie cn- | ters politics . nnd u-lus, then his name Is tirawn for the S100 bank night (but. lie went to the softball game Instead of lira show) and file next day-he won cigarettes h ;. . . . Eli/n- beth r\lrs, Joslah) Fort's chlldrei nre as atlornijle as ever with the (Mrs. Fay) McHaney is an excellent cook—and we .know Harold Sternbsrg lost his glassy little girl still having llial chlni doll coloring. . . . ed Southwestern year and Blue Mountain Little Kock, the couple is at home ', and wauls all the girls lo know ]r lii Lcpiinto. really dossn't inean to overlook The bride was graduated from ' speaking to nny of 'em. Nick ryronza high school. She nttend-, Thomas is another home town boy n'Memphis one making .'good by winning a lot o( later graduated from tennis matches down at the I/hi-' Mountain College, at Blue vejsity ^chib tournamenti.ln M;m<- ain, Miss. For 'two years phis':''!". . Ethel BrauiV, his Ill- she has been a member of the tractive tister-in-law, declares she Tyronza high school faculty. The j knows all - about -"box cars." . :• groom Is- engaged in the grocery j we can't put, our thoughts on paper business here. He is Worshipful about the President boat dance Joi- Lodge. Tennis riaycci on Skates SALT LAKE CITY (UP) -Uni- ns fhe guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. vcrslty of Utah co-eds have decil- I/. Wylle. She formerly lived here, ed to speed up I'heir ienuis nn:i Leon Hill was taken lo the Mem- the newest fad is plnylng the game phis Baptist hospital Wednesday, on roller skales. The girls came tn . Mrs. Hubie Barksdale, of Caruth- .for plenty of spills, but seemed to die of the dance floor. . . Loy ersville. has been admitted to the enjoy \t. 'fl.'t'WtM Welch says he is being iuc'ky for-the Master of the Lepanto . Masonic, it's the first one we've missed since we began dating—but we hear the moon was perfect n iid lhat the top deck was more popular than the dance floor. . . .Some of the sons j and daug'hlers of 'country club, members made their "debut 1 ' at the I picnic supper last week and were \ the center of attraction In the mid-1 JIEDEL'S THERE'S FUN ix THESE SPOR t \Vcar them 10 pfay in— to bav< lots of fun in j —a II ready fqrsumhi ne and Summer. They're vmwfc for"ruffi«" and for afternoon wear in aiy]« that act-adoriWe— fcmi'nirK but not loo fussy. Some of them are «1ceyefo6 and backlcsA--pther stytc<s with built up backs. Made in pique*, xcrsucktrs ind . nweky 'aport fAbrio — ftnd you won't Vifil lo mii5 t single oiic of irtt^. • v,; ' !A)so .a. large..assprlmcn.t of i\liil-Sunimcr Dresses. Sheer materials. J) months (o Hi years. Knee Lengths and QOOL --and Here Arc "Phoenix" Lovely Silk Chiffons 'J'lircc 1'air.s §2.25 Evcryunc Is jironti to v.-car rhoonlx StockiiiRS—llicy'rc KO clear Htirt rmo. Even tlioso 73-ccutcrs have ill) (lie Phoenix [pannes thai mnhc liicm went so well. Full Lengths and Knee Lengths—in tlic season's newest, nliadcs. Join the 1'hocrix Hosiery Cluh Bur 12 pairs and got One Pair FREK! , Joan, linker, Clco ISurch, Jenn junls, I'eKtsy Ann UoiiBlns, Clsiru iirolyji .Douglas, Kvetyn Rlieu- ish, I/)ls Miy lloll, Shirley Drlv- Dciiioiisli'iilioii' Club News Notes ml N«[ih Ann 'MOOI-O, pnvld ller "" I'roiiilsft! l.and t'lub. Tho PixmilMii'Lni'id Homo Dem- onsti'rtilon club nint. for itn «U <i»y meeting, Wednesday. n.l l|ie hprnc of MJVS. ;Cnvl M(iUhc\ys.; Ulnnw wns served bultitt 'style/. Allcr din. nnd i\ud I'nul.Jtog- deinoi\stmllo)i on mnklliij uncl scoring Jelly wns codnctcd by Miss cora Colcmnn, county lionic deiiv oust ration frtc Miss Carllon Tompklns, wlio-ls inployed us a stuff dietician In fllcviio hosplinl, New Vork City rrlvcd Monday nluht tor a «1"«» ™»}f™ '^' P™??'"• tnjent. l-\>llowhig (lioso present tenth's vacation with her par- tils, Mr. nnd Mrs. p. K, Tomp- Ins, Among the Osccoluns In Mem- ihls yesterday were Mrs. D. H. Vert?, nnd her sister, Miss Lillian ,'alllcott of Hives, Tenn., Mrs. 11. 1. Jones, Mrs. I!, A. Tenford, Miss Catherine Harwell mid Miss Sarah Enjoy This Summer In Crisp, Cool Dresses Beautiful summer dresses-of. s tiiM-r materials, Dimitie. j , Svvisws, LaccN, Ryelets and Voiles. You'll like them 1m- . • - cause-they're comfortable ; nnd styled right. Sixes U to 5'J. Expedition Will Hunt Rhinoceros-Horse Bones MOSCOW (UP)--TlH' Soviet In- lltule of Kvoluilonury Morplml- iinrt )'i\!co?oolo«y will soiul ai'i dlllon to Knaikslun lo Invcs- luiilc retJorls tlmt tlic skeletons if tjliint innroiiuses, the hilenne- lltvry form bclivecn tlw ilUuoccios mil Hit- linrse, have been ilLscov- •rctl In tliu vnlli-y «r Uie dm ivcr. The innroiniE lived lictv.-eim 15 .nd 17 million years aft>. . Mrs. Curl Mnlthcws 'was nwnrdcd llrst plnw mid- second plnce to Mrs, Jerry Wliite. ^ The n«xl inoiillilj-'inretlni; will bo lield nt (lio-)iouU' pt Mrs. Mix Hill. Strange Rites. Traced To Ape-Man Clan NiiliKliiiis— n iiiembc')' of (he ( elnn Hnjcrtl by ni>tlno|ioloi',lst.s with (lie iincestry of ninn— hnd a pecultai'ly )u;inui> imblt of nils ij'cnllnt: his wjre. Di 1 . .aeorige .ui'nnl Miii'Ciii'dy of Vul« Unlveislty muclc this revcln- FUI.I, Oi:i.lCATKSSKN T,INK~ Clicoses 'for nil tnstefi Cold Meats' of liny kind Fruit Juice it Oliiijc)' Ale FRKSII YAllB EQOS DAILY I'lCKilltD'S- f!l«). '& MliAT MAIIKliT Pliont- 67;i — we Deliver 1014 Chtgkusnwba '. lion bt-foie n meeting of soplilcul societies'here In pieient- n ao,090-ycar-old Ntttiifiaii< discovered l:r Palestine. ^ tills buiiK'h of the - clan, ac-' coidln« to Dr. MncCurdy,: even 1 cnnlcd things a little farther'than inosV men by pulling out their hiw front teeth. In CM)lnli*lnj; his discoveries, Iliu snvnnt said the Nattiflmi lived,' In Pqlesllne 10,000 tp 20,000 years auo. They were long-headed witli nmi'ked dovclopiiient ol. the leg' bones In contrast to, : tlic arm bones, Read Courier Mows Classified Adi BEAUTY NEWS. ' '." ' ..' Gould's Beauty Salon presents For UNDINE permanent wdvoi No machinery No oloclildly No cliom!call SFoaml^g lima: I lo 2 minutcf. 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