The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 24, 1938 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 24, 1938
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fe FOUR Y'l'HEVlLUa (ARK.)' COURlfifc COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY 1'ICKKT Tills Ticket Will Admit Andrew Cooper and Companion Rcutc 1, Liuora —10 ms— HIT/ THKATtlR —(0 SC<!— •PARADISE' FOR TURKU FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Social Calendar FlUDAY'B EVENTS IJislrict deputy visiting al Dutch supper and slated meeting of O. E. S. at Hall at 7:30 |).m. I Executive hoard, of Woman's | club having luncheon preceding a \ general club meeting al 2:30 urn Helen Alice Stevnbcrg ... Will Wed Chicago Man Miss Helen Altec Slcmbci'n is !o be married to Leo Arnold Klcm- •ixiror, of Chicago, cither tonight :>t tomorrow in a simple ceremony to be solemnized in Chicago. Miss Steinberg has been in Chicago tor sonic time and her mother. Mrs. S. 3. Sternbcrg, and brother. Harold, went up several days ago for Ihc wedding. Only members of Ihc immediate .family will allend Ihc service. 'ilia fcridc will be given in nlarriagc by Mrs. Steinberg's brother. William Weinberger, cf Normiui, Oklri.. who is expected to arrive In Chicago today, Mlss Stcrnberg i.s the daughter of Hie late Mr. sternberg. who was .prominently identified with affairs of Bljllicvillc before his death. She attended a private school In Boston when a child, [/jion graduation from the Blyllicville high school, slie attended the University of Oklahoma nl Norman and - lalcr Columbia University in New York Oily. Since then, she lias spent most of her time in Chicago and had recently relumed Ihcrc nfler having been home For n short time. Mr, Klcmperer Was graduated from the University ot Wisconsin and r Is a member of the Phi Sigma Delia fraternity, lie is now in the contracting business in Chicago where they will reside. - • • *, Have Book Review Mrs-. James A. Barllctl, of aicn- co, ill., and Chicago, houscgncsl of her brolher, James B. Clark, and jM'rA Clark,, reviewed. Ibe baok. "Four fltmdred Million Oiislomcrs" by Carl Crowe at the Delphian Fine Arts meeting yesterday morning lit the Hotel Noble wlicn Mrs. Clark was in charge ot the pro- t'ram. A shorl business session presided j over by Dr. Ectiiii Nics preceded! the program. At this lime Mrs. B. C. Rose was enrolled as a new .member., In addition, to the review Mrs. Bartletl also discussed (he city of Shanghai, where she lived for a year, and a half. • * * Have .Surprise l.inu-hcuir > Mrs.. \V. M. Taylor was inrpmed ccra.»>iavKU» i M me >j ', ra.mi. III mcfll you in Iront of the soilii fountain, Chuckie." Might as well nuil<c it the popcorn ylnml—a nickel's all I •col." TUt) LATE. TO CLASSIFY Fur Sale •M acre farm y~ miles Qlythcviilc. all cleared. 4 room Bungalow. $2200 with $800 cash, balance over period of years lo suit, Purchaser. 80 acres ;i miles from good town in S. E. Mo. 521W). $UCO cusli, 10 years on resl. MO acres 2 miles of town 1-1 mile of hard road. $•!!> nil acre, All cleared. Two good sets uf 1m- I'l'Ovcmeiiis. with 11 birthday luncheon nncl. hniKlfccrrlilcf .shouer nl llm home of her daughter, Mrs. \V. H. Mln- ! yard, yesterday by members of her I bridge club, foirr guests. Mrs. W. !•'.! Brewer. Mrs. V. O. Holland. Mrs, I C. E. Wilson, Mrs. Edwin Robinson, and Mrs. H. Lynn Wade, a luncheon guest. Ulncs, irises, jonquils and red buds decorated- Ibe living room where Hie' lunch was served nt small tables. The yellow and lavender color scheme, stils 1 fmihcr emphasized In the Easter tallies. Mrs. Holland received hosiery for the high prixc in Ihc bridge games which were played during the afternoon. « * * .Entertains Club ! ' ILnster provided llin niulil for the 'limcheojLorthc Wednesday. Bridge .'flub ycsj.c'rday afternoon wiien,Mrs. W. J. Pollard entertained the club members and live Mrs. MM- vin nabinson. Mrs. Charles Criggcr. jr., Mrs. Mult Maiinghiin. Mrs. w. A. Aftlick and i\trs. Al 'fhomiisson. Green and yellow as the predominating colors, with a (ouch of lavender, were used to carry out the Easter scheme. Tlic centerpiece of the dining (able, en which wns used a Breen luncheon sei, was u crystal swan bowl (Illcd with narcissuses, jonquil*, phlox, and red buds. The tallies were liny .swans and chicken.'! in Ihc same Muutcs ' During the afternoon the guests played bridge. Mrs. Afflick was liijh and Mrs. Thoiiiasson, second hisli. » * * Will Have (jencrat iSlcHii!£ The Woman's club liisle.-id tit Ihc inontlily executive board luncheon will Imve a genera] mccliii!; nl 2:00 o'clock tomorrow afternoon nl the chib hcuse to discuss plans for Die Forrcsl Cily District federation which is meeting licrc on April 3 and 0. All members arc ui' s «] ( 0 be present .il this im-elmr;. il hiis been announced. and Mrs. willcy were present. A lavender mid white coljr scheme WHS carried out in Ihc decorations. Irises nnd narcissuses were placed throughout the house and little chicken lallies emphasized the approaching Easter holiday. In the bridge games, Mrs. if. A. Taylor was given n relish dish for the club prize and Mrs. Kngler, handkerchiefs for Ihc guest prize. Tlic of honor was presented goblets. A sandwich plate was served at (he conclusion of Ihc curd giuues. • * * Will Have I'arlles Mrs. c. L. Wylle will entertain al Iwo afternon parlies lo be given this week end. •x Both the Friday and Saturday piirlic.s will be at the Hole! Noble alid will begin lit a:00 o'clock. 16(1 acres on good road. $10 an - acre. J3000, lerms. on rest. 1UO acres, welt improved, i<; miles of loivn. fG5 ,an.acre. .SIW cash. Hcst Terms. A lot of cut-over land some wilh small .vnioiint ricnrcd. House .t tarn. SiO and $X5 im wrc. $1(10 down on ir, acres. Will take live stock or anything of thai value, for the cash payment. Nice home on W. Ash. Newly doc- crated out and in. Sns.O. J5'j-3 down. Bal. ijj.c renl. Two lioiisrs i handle. FCt monlh. Mrs. ,). H. Eiklnn cnlrrtaiiii'd members o[ the Wednesday Contract club and four guests' a (. . m afternoon party yesterday In honor of Mrs, c. H. Willey wlu will soon move to Oxford. Mi:-s.. to make her home. Besides the club numbers. Mrs. Doyle Henderson, Mrs. J. Unit; Cherry. Mrs. !•'. L. Bugler Krlliors Arc Ifulinl rd At Colluy Collc^tvTca A "Cotlcy College" leu hojiorini! the senior girls of the city high sdiool. tiicir mother, 1 ;, and members of (he tiiculty was given Wednesday afternoon by Chapters "D" imd "N'' of (lie p. E. O. sisterhood at the home of Mrs. C. W. Afflic-k, A mixed bouquet with pink shades predominating and a touch or baby breath, suruyed blue, and illumi- irated by lour pink lajwrs in silver candelabra, formed Ihc centerpiece of the li\cc draped tea table at which Ihn presidents of the two chapters., Mrs. R. R Kirshner and Mrs. Dixie Crawford, presided Bouquets of c;dla lilies, simp- drugcns. roses, gladioli and oilier s living (lowers were nvrungcd Ihroiighout the hostess' new borne. Other officers of the two groups formed; (he rereivin™ line. They were: Mrs. Minion Williams. Mrs. K«y Worthlngloii. Mrs. Afflict;. Mrs. M. 0. Usrcy, Mrs. Ifavry W. Ilalncs. Mta. Moyd Sti'.-kmsn. and Miss Allyce Nelson. Mrs. Kirslmrr .and Mrs. Crawford were assisted at Ilir tea Uiblc by Mrs. William Laws-he. Miss Thel- uw Wovthington, Mi.^s Oe.iimc Af- Micfc. Mary Babtock and Miss Nancy Klrshiicr. During the afternoon. Arlliur Nelson, scaled In Ihc upstairs Imll- wny. played bis vibrnhar,). Members of Ihc p. B. o. sisler- hcod escorted guests over the at- Iraclivc Mount Vernon home, and Inter they hon:lcd out pamplilcis regarding coltey cullcgc which is the school they sponsor. Bits of News Mostly Peuonal •— ^ * ^ Mrs. B. f.'. Pollcr, Mrs. Eddie H. David and Miss warrene Brown- Ice spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. il. I,, ll.ilsell. iviio Is seriously 111 al Ihc Blylhcvlllc hospital, ),•; Improved today. • Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Sebnugh arc In Memphis today where Mrs Sc- baugh is consulting her physlolnn. James Nebhut, wl;o attends Bowling Orecn University al Bowling Green, Ky., will arrive Sunday to spend his spring vacation- with Ills mother, Mrs. J, K Webluil. ami Steele-Cooter Society—Personal At the meelhiK of Hie P. T, A. at lh« high school auditorium Friday afternoon the officers were deckel for (Ills term and nro as follows: 1'rcsldeiit, Mre. P. F. McCutchcn; 1st vice president, Mrs. L«on Earls; and vice president, Mrs. T. A. Haggard; secretary-treasure.-, Mrs. Jack jKclley; historian, Mrs. Mervin Wells. They will be Installed nt (he next meeting, which will be in April. There were over 80 who attended this meeting. The third grade and eighth grade received the attendance banner. The ilfth k'rnrlc, under !hc supervision of Bride, siwut Sunday In Harrisburg, Ark., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Grear. Mrs. H, A, Spencc, who has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Greer, for sev- ct*l weeks, returned home with them. Mrs. A. J. Guthrle of Black Oak Ark., Ls the guest of her'daughters Mrs. Ruth Lawhon and Miss Eunice Outhrle. Mrs. J, W. Bobbins was a visitor in Caruthersvllle Tuesday. Mrs. Je.we Burketl of Greenway, Mr.'aml Mrs. (J. A. Ciiiiiilntiliuin who arc now in Ullle Rock, will to Hot, S|>rin;<r, today • tur a short viitiilion. Clarence Wilson :unl Kcklic D, Uavld Ictl nl^ht for s. M.o.. to be with Mr. Wilson's dan-li- (cr, Mis:: Elizabeth Ann, who at- lends Lliu[cnwoo[| college Ihcic, Miss Wilson had an attack bl ap- pciidicllls. but she Is much better today and an operation will yroli- iihly not bo necessary at Uils time Mr. Wilson and Mr. Diu'ld' will rc- litrh Saturday. Bobby Chiles, who is ill •froin .measles, Is improved today. U M. Ross, formerly of here and now of Equality, III., lias arrived lor a visit with Mr. and Mrs. B. J, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. by of Hcaton Guard. He wns accompanied liis brother, Charles Gim>d „, Equality, who was taken to Eureka Springs. Ark., where' i;c is to spend several weeks untlei-gaiim (rcat- nicnL at the Bilker hospital. Mr. Ross motored up with him but returned to remain until Mr. Guard returns- here lo visit his'son, J. L Guard, and family, before going home. Mrs. H. H. Iloiichlns and Mis. U. A. Lynch \vent to Newport, today for the purpose of assisting in th e organization of a new - P. no chapter there. The chapter will be called the Chapter' "K" of the P. E. O. sisterhood. > Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon ore planning to move' back into their own l:ome at 016 West Walnut street within a short lime. The W. R. Crawford:;, who formerly resided there, have been living In the I. O. Wcslbrook home nt,' 1405 Wrsl Mniir street since the first of (lie month. * Mr. and Mrs, S. Jicdcl rclunm'l yesterday rrom Corning. 'Ark where they visited Mrs. Jieilel's sister, Mrs. Lewis timber, and Mr Gralier. M:ix UM-C.V, of Cinndcn.. Ark., arrived yesterday fora visit with his mother. Mrs. M. o. Osrey. lie plans to return Sunday aftrrnooi):'* 1 ^ '' the teacher, Ml8s Jenkins, gave a " , , play "Dick WhiUington and Chambers-Brooks Announcements Imve arrived here THURSDAY, MARCii 24, i038 : a general Invitation to the services winch Gus/Cooper and other relatives ol Cooler Ibis week: Mrs. J. li. chapman and Mrs. H. A. Spcncc were guesis of Mrs A B. Rhodes of Caruthersvllle, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. 1'ete Doncy announce Hie arrival of a T/, -pound baby girl at their homo in Sleelc Tuesday. Mrs. Boncy was before liar irmrringc, Miss Mabelinc Davis. ' Mr. and- Mrs. Leon, Earls ami daughter, Lorctta, were visitors in Bly(hevllle Sunday afternoon. MUs Maliuc Sweet returned froi- the Blyllievillc hospital Monday. f . . -•• • •-•" -••" ~,.jvn.,, nn. iiunijjia] iviumiay of the marriage of J. B, chambers I Mr. and Mrs. J. H Smith enter- of Cooler to Mrs, Martha Brooks'tallied with a birthday dinner Sun- of Shrcveporl, La., which occurred day. the occasion being in honor oi recently at (he home of ihc bride. "- "-"• - Mrs. Chambers lived in Cooler iintill the past year and Is well known here. Mr. Chambers Is a former merchant ot this city and is also well known. + * 4. The condition of Mrs. Gcoi-yc Gillian and Mrs. Matlic Asher, both of G'ootcT, is much worse al this trine. Mrs. Uoberl Lawrence was liosl- css lo the Woman's Missionary, society of Hie stcelc Methodist church at her homo on Walnut, ave. Monday afternoon when there were 16 members present. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs, O. A. Dunnlvant and the devotional was given by Mrs. M. A. Masscy. The study book chapters were tfivcn by Mrs. J. a. Workman and Mrs. Dunivanl and after the general routine of business they adjourned to meet, next Monday al Ihe church annex for a social meeting with Mrs. H. B. Spence, Mrs. John Frame and Mrs. Lucille Stephens as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Spence and children, Bcrlio rum Herbert Mc- Mrs. Smith and her .„„ .,„,„ Dewart and Homer Smith, who'e birthdays all occur on Ihc same day. Mrs. Emma Jane Brooks, who underwent an operation in a si Louis hospital several weeks ago is now able lo be up. B. T. U. Training School 9 Opens At Armorej Church The B..T. u. Training school ot the Annorel Baptist church began Monday night with 33 people present' for the first session. The school is divided into four groups with the Rev. C. L. Bishop, no <H am r»i Mllwti ,„ Miss Nedra Benyman, Mis.? Clara- p™"*- Mnnoola frutriita Belle Klnton, the Rev. C. L. Bishop' " "°" '" '•'"' '""" ic "" and Frank Hufrinaii, as teachers J'adX-n^r >« VSS2 Mr % T5ii«?K^iKa urowmg the Church". Frank * alt Yi. n U ll ' rw ' 1 "' *M whoso hunes* is Huffman \x tpn^hlm. n, ft <, n ,»i^.. r, f-~ BP ...v^.*l^?' tIl . v i 0 ! l ''. s . n ' wtlh Hrcompany- under the dircclorslilp of Miss Kinton. Members of the Armorel ciiurch have 1 attend „.„- „ &!• 7:30 o'clock. Thursday night will be Young People'* night. Friday night, following the examination,, a social hour will be held al which time there will also bo a book, shower lor the church. Since the opening night, Ihe enrollment has increased until (here arc now 58 registered in Ihe school. Miss Margaret Priilit Is the dl- reclor-of the training union. At the Hospitals Mrs. Edna Johnson, of Braggadocio, was admitted to tlic Blythc- vlllc hospital yesterday. Mrs. J. Evans was removed from Ihc Blytheville hospital lo her home yesterday in a Cobb ambulance. Mrs. Elihii Tosli was dismissed from Ihc BlythevlUc hospital yesterday. Miss Elizabeth Bernard, ol C;i- rutlicisvillc, has been admitted lo the Memphis Baplisl hospital. Mrs, Carl Ganlgues, of Joiner is ajiiUient at the Memphis Bap- lisl ImspifRl. fchcrlff Hale Jackson, of Osceola, was admiltcd (o the Memphis Bap- lisl hospital yesterday, lie will Fat Women Smother in Tight Girdles ''''f** f'"' 1 " ;lnj »»1 foundation aar. menu lu-lcintly niaki. nuny «omon look h\- Irr. hutMd of s.iiicMlnn you,. f alp ».-)rj nol have » slim lovely youlhful figure lh«l nceili bill hlllc K , r dl,, control? The Maiuiola , va y I., (he easy way lo eol ri.l or usjy fat cmisi'd )iy an ion 'I'nJjlrts have ...... -"•— •" "'^ I'MIMIL- lur more Uiini thlrlv More Ump l» (n tr million bo*ej have '-.'on ilulnbulod dnrine Ihiit pcriml M»ruiol» \ f ,,ol lnlmJed „, „ rnVnll lot «ll ailment!. This advtrlisnrieiil is intended ,..„ „ ..... ,„. L . Huffman Is teaching the senior B. l. P. U. mnmial for the senior study. Miss Benrn,.,, is the teneli- 1 cr in the intermediate department! s, ,n'' " s ..t°° k ; " Tra "' ln ° fatudy," The juniors are r r , «i"''«niniioii i« m>d< M to ihi, ' l!o . n ° l « «hy " cc ° rdil " t „ ih»i a Ocsides casing ccrlain pains, Cardui aids in building up Ihe whole system bj- hclpitiff women (o get more cncrcy awl slrcnjih from their footf. GLENCOE BARBER SHOP K;irl K. l\irhcr. rroj>. (ilcrrcnc Holtl IfWc. Hiinil or Hlcclrjf. iManii-iir it End. S650 «ill Now renting for $2a.ou' 5 room house and Iralb o;i -..•;«! Mrcct for $85tf with $300 down, lalar.ce like re;it. We have many bargain,-, in {arm and city property. Call or sec me. R. M, Beck 103 So. 2nd St. riDnc'IOrKi I'rctty For RcnJ iiciy- home on Davis al. a month. Thomas Linrt . -For Sale 1'rclly hcmc with hardwood floors. 102 Kentucky, corner First. I'rice S2oOO. $500 cash. $23.50 per month till paid for. Will icnl al J30.CO. Possession today. O's acics^ and C rcom collage, E. Main st Wonderful bargain. SilOO on lerms. 3 acrct on NO. 61 neat Goll Lliilcs, 5 room cottage, other Improvement* $500 due H.O.L.C. price 1 »M06 See (t and make an offer on It.:Must be sold. Thomas Land Co. New WHOLE WHEAT cereal with TOASTED MAW flavor Uudying their B. y. P. u: manual Aii. Important PRE-EASTER EVENT WATS. SUITS TOPPERS Sftiari All Woolens Grcady Reduced for Clcan-up Hale a,u. $17.95 $16.75 Valucs $14J5 $17J5v it , U cs$15J5 S13.75v a[ue ,$10.75 $1175 Vahies $8.75 Mannish ,St,i(,s and Toppers as Low as ?5.95 DRKSSBS ATiinhallan Prints, Navy Sheers, I'asttln, Sheer Alpacas. $2.69 to $7.95 COSTUME SUITS AN'l) DRESSES Tailored Laces, Sheers, Novelty "'tints, Drcsr.cs with 'J'Opficr Coals. $10.75 to $22.75 Fisk Hals and Other Brauds $1,98 lo $5.95 KABO CORSETS AND GIRDLKS— GLOVES, PURSES, ADMIRATION SILK HOSIBRY— i\U,SS NK\V YORKER SILK AND SATIN HOUSE COATS, GOWN'S, i'AJAMAS, «LII'S AND I'ANTS. SHOES, Selby's Slyl-ecz and Nulnral Bridge T;ikr H few slops in Ihcsn :*hnc.s anil you'll be Ihrillcd al their ill-' Irr comfort »m1 smaTl- ncss. Sec oUr beautiful new spring styles. In the latest' Ir»lhcr.s ; fabrics and rolor coml i- "itions. Our (niincil littfts urc al jour set 1 xii-e. H-Ctllion lor Hetl A—Nilotal Arch I—Caihioafor [aitcp M—Caitioo l« MeliKilll S7S , TAKSBL TKKAO IJluc and Black (Jabardinp. Outstanding Values, Special frvr [i !( s- !cr $5.00 & $5.5 SYNCHO-STK!'. SHOKS These shoes nlfer vou the grcal.- csl wh(K> value ol Ihc price. Sizes Wi to !)'/j, Widths AAA lo C'. 34.00 & $4.50 THE LADIES TOGGERY ivcre i; t0 nomy Shop) Biiihling Phoue SM unilergo obscrvallon of his which was Injured many years ag< Mrs. Jackson is with him, Frank orty, of Bawett, was ad mltted lo the M«mphl» Baptli hospital yc»terd»y. Features of a huge clock erecle Messina, Sicily, are a broni 13 feet lilgh, which roars i n, and a cock six feel lite crows al sunrise and sume at lion nooi WlliCl] • ll/l Everything for your entci tainmeiU and comfort.., > Admission Matinee lOc &J !$?*.•• Admission Night 16c & |fc ft Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests Last Times Todaj Comes the Show from Rhythm Row . . . BOB BURNS ^-/BAKER ANN MIUER with «U thou itin of f«rlla and ttivcnl V I Ct01 MOOR I HI VT O H^B.-IBll . HEUH •lOHIIU • UKt { i*o««H7 • .iireiu wist - MflKS* MMOH • H«l, . KAWMAH. Sm,n pfj» t, MM frootj. Meat, Ytlllti, [JJIi Dlrli, Montr.,,, Ollner Also raraniouul News & rictoiial Admission Matinee lOc & 26t Admission Nlglit IGc & 36c Friday Only MRAD J I 1 ML fift Rob«rt YOUNG ASTOH • Edns M«i OLIVER - RICE. H.gmdd OWEN Henry Hull • Herman Binff Also sclcclcil shotls. Admission Matinee Iflc; & Me 'Admission Night 16u & Stic ROXY Admission always ll)c A zfic.1 :• Malinecs Saturday & Sunday Ori • Last Times ToM> PAL HIGHlR 1 no Admitted for the Fiicc of t HE KISSES AND MAKES UP TO A ,fC^ STATUE! n: i _ ^ i «ih FRANK McHUGH JAHEWYHflN.COTftWITHERSPOON " Also Norclty Shorl and Cflmcdy Friday - Saturday Code of the Rangers with Tim McCoy, Hex .'tnrf Judith Ford rim slarfs Ills own priralo He's wearing i Ranger biff • • • and (hat- means gun .W for desperadoes! Aso earloon & luck.- ial '•],•„, thoBi ™

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