The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 17, 1939
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVIhLE; (ARK.) COURIER NEWS livo w. b. Smith and Mrs. Arthur Mor- i- -) COURltK WMVS COMPIIMENTAKV TICKET IhU Ticket Will Admit Bruce *Culp J(i Companion ' LeichUIIfr, Rt' 3 ' ; • —to (lie— t RTTZ THEATER ! , , —«o see— "Bulldog Drummoiid's Bride" Social Calendar v TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs A Q. Hall having Tuesday Contract club WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs T. K Mahan eMcitaining Bi-Mon(hly Luncheon club Town ( ond' Country club meeting with' Mrs Hugh Harbcrt, r THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs O, W , McCutchon entci- taming Thursday Contract elnb Supper* Party Honors Out of Town Visitors An informal supper party at the home 'of Mrs J 0. Ellis Saturdaj night honored Miss Mary Scott and Miss Frances Scott of Union City, Teim', who are houseguests of their sister, Mrs N B Stroud, andj Mr. Stroud Five guests were served supper on the p6rch which v\as decorated with zinnias, phlo*, marigolds and other summer flowers Bouquets were airansed In tlie centers of the snlall tables Mrs Norwood HWge assisted Mrs Ellis in sch- ln B Ping pong was the main riherslou of the party The hostess presented gift compacts, to Hie two -guests cf licnor Miss Gloria Martin also received a compact tor winning u pnnerb contest * • i Complimented Upon Return From Visit: Eight couples smprlsed Miss n- dora fteal Friday night with n party at the home of her parents, Mr and Mis J E Neal, at Yiir- bro The guest, of honor ictmnert last \\eek from SmLihvllle, Tenn where "ho had spent seven weeks with her sister, Mis J L. Vun Hooser, and Dr VanHoosci A'dessert, course of Ice cicain vnc cake were scneri the guests aflei games had been plajcd • Steele-Cooter • , Society—Personal Gntsts at Bridge Mrs G. O Tra\ls and Mr» Mil^cnell Hamra were guest's of the luesday Bridge club when they .were guests of Mrs. Conrad Frame at her home la^t week Mrs Trails rccehed high scoic prl/e and Mrs J B German re- eelved low score Refreshment'; ol fruited ice bo\ pie and pnnc). were served FLAPPER FANNY - COPR. 19)9 Em* EtHYICc) IVC. By Sylvia* Bits of News Mostly PetwnaU Mis Ramsey Duncan Is expect cd to go to Milan! Tenn, the latter part of this week to be: *ith her sister, Mrs W D Martin, v>ho ill 111 at her home there rhe :ou dltlon of Mrs Martin, who Jitr 1 teen III for several months hob become serious. Mr and Mrs James Terry re- dajs' visit In Lllbouin, Mo. They were '.Accompanied lay Mrs. Mor. imogenc. and Christine, who remained to .spend a few weeks. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. McFarland were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Smith .while the Morrisons' visited Mr.' and Mrs. Smith and Mr! and Mrs, Bonnie Morrison. Mi and Mrs Kenneth Qiiackcn- bush of Hattlesburg, Miss., airlred jcstc-rday rooming for a visit wiili Mrs. Quackenbusb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.,, c. Posey. Tjiey will go to Paragold tomorrow for a visit' with Mr. Quackenbush's mollier lefo're returning 16 Hattlesburgl Mr. anu' Mis. Quackenbush formerly lived here. Miss Belle Whltsltl and Miss Alice VVhltsttt and their bister, Mrs. Jo T. Trice of Jonesboro, returned- last night from a five weeks' lour of the West. Among turned yesterday from Hard/ Interesting ptaces visited In the where Ihey spent two weeks as me West were White Sands National guests of Mr and" Mrs Renkeit Parlt < Ar }?* Carlsbad Caverns, ». Wetenkarhp who are spendln» a month there. Mrs A Q Shibley and children, Mex.,' Qra'n'd Canyon, B o 111 d e r Dani, Yosemlte, Hollywood, San Dligo', R'amonas Marriage Place, Josephine, Geneva, arid''A:- G. Jr., Tijuana, Agua, Callente, Lake Ta- returrie"d last night frdm a' flvo hoc, Yellowstone, Salt Lake City, Matthews' liai'ents, Dri'and Mrs. H. A. 'I'ayior. ! Mrs. A. A. A'llcii, who has been '", se>'«ral days was carried to the Blythcvlllc hospital yesterday The fiev. and Mrs, J. it. Cenlka, of Palmyra; MO., will arrive today w spend a week licre with- tlielr diuightcr, Mrs. Charles Eubanks, and Mr. Eubanks. Miss ,iy.anche Morris Is spending a month', with' relatives In' Memphis. Her brother. Mack Morris, whs accompanied- Her down- snent the weekend there. Air. and Mrs. Henry Uyl eB aiid Mr. nyiees mother, Mrs. N. L Dodd, and Jliii'iny Hiititer spent yesterday hi Paragould '. as : the guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Harmon llOll. ': .Mrs. T, j, Mahan, who fractured her hip Saturday in" a fall at her home,. Is' resting well tcday at Campbell's clinic In Memphis where the was taken. Her son, Dr. T. K; Maliati. and daughter, Mrs. Janies H. Bell, spent yesterday afterno'rii in Memphis' with her. Mr. and Mrs. W. B Tanner, of Helena, who went to Memphis to'6<i with her, came "MONDAY,; JULY 17. 1989 wKoiri. dees Die bride drive lo church'? 5. Where do the parents of Iho ii'oom tit during the wedding cerc- mouyv What vi'ould you do if— ^on are a: guest at a wedding and were taken by an usher to n pew from ivhlch you fear you cannot sec ivell. Would you— (a),stay where you arc? Ib) Move to a Ijelter pew? Answers 1. II the church Is small, the train, should be short. In a large church a long train Is more In keeping. 2. No. Though slic may have a maid or matron of honor 3.'Either time. •1. With her father. ' 5. On the right. In the first pe« Best "What Would • You Do" solution—(a). Hitler Renting Port of Trieste? Boy, Seven, Fractures , P,elvjs:In Fall Sunday •" •' '/ r >'~ —~' . • Bobbie -Joe Cook, serai-year-old here yesterday to spend a Jew days s °» of Mi, Sliders.' Waneii Cook Hltli the family. Mrs. Tanner Is a I of Kennett;.jfr'actured Ills pehbi Hnll^hlnr t\l XTrp 1 RToHn 1 *.. ' lad MloVit n.t.^.* i r_.. _ . Mrs. ol Mrs. Mahan. Baker L. Wilson and "Yes, I see the resemblaiiec In a few years, hig graml- fatlier's going to look exactly like him/ •.vilh Infantile paralysis three veins igo. .They were accompanied . liy mother son who will visit relatives in New Bedford, • III. Mr. ami Mrs. Newljcrry Jotni- Mii who nre spending the summer .it. their ; rabln at Hnrdv. Ark. 1 , spent the Inllcr part of Did week it their hoihe here Bobbie Htidgens of Cariithcrs- /ille spent lasl week here, with At The Hdsnitalt Walls Hospital Bctjert Cariudil, Manila, admitted. Chailc'! Clnik, Manila admitted Mrs C O Webb, city, admitted Bobble- Joe Cook, KenneH, nd- mlttcd Enil Johnson, Slcclc, nclinlllcd Margie narnhart, Leaclnillc, ad- mUied Vlrs P r McCulchcn while his Mrs Leo Clifton, Stcelc, admitted niolhei is n patient in the SI Jti- ;e|ih, : hospital .at : i\fcmi)Hls'. Miss Eugenia Crawford Second In Beauty Contest Miss Eugenia Crawford dangh- er of Mr. and Airs, Ivy W. Craw- ,'orel, received second place In' the' ,cnuty contest for the "Empress Of Arkansas"', which was held In Lit;le Rock last weekend'. Miss Crawford was named (jueeii if (lie Water Carnival of this city ind In that position was Invited, filli nine other girls chosen In'ini-! admitted iortnnl. beauty contests over flic talc lo participate at Llllle nock led First place went lo' Miss Jane Mrs O D Rogcib, Scarcy, admitted •Julius Bishop, city dismissed' Mrs htithcr Giay and baby, city, dismiss ed. Helen Lucius, Stcele, dismissed, Mis, M 3 Uolilnger, Manila, dls missed. ISlytlicvlllc Hosjiltal C E Cooper, clt>, aclmlttcd W. H. Edwards', llbUitnd'. admitted "Sklppy" Cox, city, tidmlUcd. Delia Ebeidt, city, admitted , Mis A A Allen, city, admitted Jim r. Hum ell. citj. ndniKlcd H. B. Grumpier, Lnke Villager Arlf., weeks vacation spent in Daylona Jtcdlclne' Bowl National Park nil daiigliler, Jane, fcrmerly of here Beach, Fla , and In Dawson, Ga Wyoming, Denvei, Colorado Springs,' and nqw of'Somervllle, Tenn., will In Dawson, thej ilslted Mrs" Shib ' Bun Juan, Caplstiano ' and tne return honic ^thls week after a leys parents, Mr and Mrs Mike Talr at San Francisco They werbj visit in Ashevitle, N C with Mrs Eallta i 'Hiey were accompanli-d in 14 of the Western states. Wilson's father, C B Crews While home by Mrs fchlblej's brothei Mrs Charles Alffirri will leave' Iheie, they were entertained by Rcger Saliba, who will be nere tonight for SI Louis for a visit Mr and Mrs. R. p. Paddlson also . when he fell- out of a small wagon in which he was playing. He is resting veiy well at the Walls hospital where he was brought following the'- accident lor a week. Miss Eldora Neal, dougliler of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Neal, has re- home froiii Smlthvlllc. where she spent seven turned Tenn., weeks, with her sister, Mrs. J. L. VtmHooser, and Dr. VaiiHooscr. Mrs. J, E. Giiiino atteritled comt In Poplar .Bluff Thursday' and Frl- Iny wllri her sister, Mrs. Dana Gipson, and Mr. Gipson, and Mount Vcr- non, 111., lo be the guest of her brother, Robert Shirley, and family. She will be joined In St. Louis the latter part of this week by Mr. Alforrt. Mrs: P. L. Husbands Is ill 'ill tier homo at the corner of Sixth nnci Alain" streets. formerly of here, Bethany Faughl, of BatesvlllcJ and Mr. a'lid Mrs. .James Mason of Arkansas' Stale college at Janes- i borp, spent yesterday here with Mr. Faught's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J..Faiighl. . • '.. j Mr. and Mrs.'. Be'nard McFar-' ' land : aiid Miss K'athr/i-n Watnble, j Ia t 1hr ". ctv ^>\ Meet ======:, Demonstration Club News Notes 1 Map shows location of Trieste-, Italian industrial seaport, on which Mussolini is reported to have given Hitler 10-year lease. If report is true, Nazi Germany gains port on Adriatic, becomes Mediterranean power. Calumet News pllal to his home today after h.iv- and Mr. aiid;Mrs. W. M. McRu'laud Ing been 111 of n to\ic poisoning cf Senath,.. spent Ihe weekend at ilncc Sitititlav Mr. and Mrs..E. C. returned from New York City and olhci iiolnLs vveie awa\ Mis En route lit mo Mi 1 , and Mrs. Gllsson stopped Mr. and Mis. James Gill.- Mr. and Mrs, Vligil Dritlain and •Barbara Lynniv and 1 . Mr, and' Mrs. C. E. Illlburn- have re- lumed fiom a week's camping tup in Hie Ozni'k Nallona.1 Forest anti Game nc'fufr'6 at Camp Sylainorc and Ba'rkshcrt'caini>. En'route home they visited Sugar Loaf Tower, Mammoth Springs and Hardy. Mrs. Prank Myers, who has been idle 111 of a kidney Infection for i'lio past Iwo weeks. Is iiiilcti' improved. She is at' the libine "of her paienls Mi iuul J Mii> W W Me Nell, on Solith- Franklin street. Miss Rulli Butt and Ijei house- _ Mis W M Robinson of $t Buddy'"Rogers"iiiid"his V oi'ciiestra'at ami family, vvho arc spending the Pollard, , Mrs. | the Hotel Peabodj before Mrs. | sunlmcr thcre ' accompanied by MK ami Mrs. Frank ' N1 " elcc| i- m'enib'ers" aiid', fbiir visi-ll ; arue-G,irrlsnti- Rites ' ' Jim r Unwell If, e\|iccled (o be Ollssoii, Mr. and Mrs. Moso Meyers l°'j°[ Hie .YarBrb Home Demon- removed the Ulvtheville hos- h»"l' F''«l Porter, all of Memphis, 1 ' 1 ™ 101 clllb ™t Tuesday after..II..1 »„ i... !.„»„ i,..i'~.. -r.... . limit \fr .lihrl'Mrc VI M MrWjrlmul "Op" HI IHC nOllle Of Mrs. O. J. nocir in the home of Mrs. C. 'J. Little for n b'usiness session and a floral display. l?6ll call was answered with (he How I Like to Spehd : My Leisure" nrler which the hostess gave the W. M. McFarlnnd. -nicy will come "» re . tomorrow to spend the Lcland Chatham of Louis- nisliidcr of the week brother, hq>; loimniMi In a la us!flle?f W uH h blci. Mis Matt Montighim, j r .. made on iiunibEr of fruit jars-ean- Louis, > Mrs. W. J. , ._ ______ . . _____ ^, Cm lion Smith" Ji , and Mrs W A ciTath.un's UanTlcfl Afflick spent Saturday In Memphis Mis LStelle Cookc Vollmei ami "I j B Hnslnnds, who attends Aikausas State College at Joncs- iUIss Rose Lou Cookc of Memphis boro, spent the weekend here with spent Saturday night here with | llb paienls, Di and i\rs F b theli sister, Mrs W J Wmiderlicb, 'Husbands , ind f d mll> suhdny Mis Wmidci-j Bcjn.ucl Jaggcrs iclurned last fall of lordjce nml third place Lynii Walker, city, admit- Wjinlfrcd Metre, - VVardcll, dls- o Miss Betty Brewer Springs. Mrs. Crawford. missed. :oi'npn))lcii". tier dnughter, nml Miss Cravvford- returned hoiho yeslcr- Jay They went JMilm of Hot William who ai:-'dismissed. I-'crgnson, Porlageville, Hn-tcss to Rool Misses QBell McDaniel and Elizalieth Tavlor were gwe<;l- ol Miss Ruth McDaniel when she entertained her Rook club last \Ved- ncsday-nlght at her home on Walnut avenue Hiah sc re prnd, hoslerj Tdnt to irrs rlarko Frame and low score prize, a linen handkeichlel to Mft BastCr Southern Th6 hostess served frietl chicken, potato salad olives, pickle? hot buttered rolls and Coca-Colas * • * the little son born to Mr and Mrs Glynn Jones recently it ih"ir home -iii Bells', Tenii,, has been named Larry Richard. Mr.- and Mrs. Lois McCann ol •Mntthfrivs \v;ere visitors lierc the latter part of the week. M''s. .Alma GrLssom and daughter, Martha. Wilfred, have return- led, from' a visit with Mr. and Mrs. I/ V fnlif the World Pair They were accompanied by Misses Helen Vickery and Beautta German M.iSs Crystal Clark has returned hom- after n vHt with relatives tn Tompklns, Okla Mr and Mrs Gus Cooper .ird Mr and Mrs Lewis L-stcr left Saturday night for a weeks vact- ion vihich Is being spent at Hardy Tom Lewis, who is emp'o>ed in Kenneti, spent last weekend here with Mrs Lewis 1 Mrs J A Travis is seriou-ly 111 at her horrie In Steele. Joe' Miller of .Cape GirnrScau sp«nt the past v eek here wun relatives. Gene Brown who was sick to'jt week with an attack of colitis Is improving 'S.anv Kamra and .son; Oerrv. lett last week for RocWs'ter. Minn., \Vhere Jerry will be examined at Mayo Bros. ..Clinic. Jerry was one ot the viellms who win slnict. BaHey. of San .Fraiicisra. where th'ey also attended Charles Little Enters "Soap Box" Derby Race Charles Little, 11-ycnr-old .son Jt Major and Mrs. C. J. Little, is 'he' nrst Bl.vtheville boy to enter Eoap Box Derby .he Mid-SouUi this year. His car Is already In top shape for the Mld-Eoulli contest to 1C .icld in Memphis, Sunday, Auj. G, jjior lo the sixth tunning of the All-Atiiericaii and Internatiocul "cnp Box Derby In Akron, Ohio, lug 13 Boys In this section have keen unable, in the past, lo become very enthusiastic over the So.i',1 Jox Derby because there Isn't n hill around here on which to practice. But Charles lives near the new oveipafs over the Frisco railroad -n Highway Cl, four miles north :f Blythcvlllc, ami that gave him <n idea. The new concrete road, tanked for safe driving, makes a .perfect practice road in tiic early hours of (he morning w'hen Ihere Is little traffic. It tcok Charles two weeks to complete the car, which' . -ainteri green but it. Is planned to make It all silver or. sliveY .ind Jlue the day before the contest.' Head Courier Mrs. Ben Wood, Bragg' City, dismissed. Miss Alice , Buyiies, Hiiyll, dismissed. Memphis Bapllsl Hospital Mrs. C. S. Johnson, Ojce.'la'. admitted: Memphis Hospital " Archie B. Doster, Victoria, admitted. Mrs. W. D: Godwin, Arnibrel; afl- mUlect. Mdmphls SI. Joseph's Hospital Donald Frailer, Luxora. admitted. Mrs. Gaslon Franklin, Kclscr, ad : mlttcd. How to Get Rid of Roaches noss Thai <chit ottrul IMW Second. 6 5t i can ot Bc« Bnnd In «t J'owcfor. S f nnl e ic IP nUMinm.fc«kol»ndunrtMlh C stnV,retng e[a lor. Blore.jMlL-lintfj, tulj, «c.. ami nround nptnins3 whtn'tnixico through lie floor. ! M > 0 c '3 t ^, < !"' ! «"''<«• l«ck ol »nd u te road,™ !,»cl Ktniuhnai' iccttorn »l rifcul« inlcnals, and you II aoo-i Lc rid ot roaches "?,°° ."iV"" 1 h "' a l'<"«<I»r reall> Ut touch... aa , , nd other. crawling iruocti quick— SjliUc.ntirely.arolomcarounJ tho house. Iniiit on Ike jcnulna Hc« Ur.nil Insect Powlcr-ln the itaanil j-eliowcnn. Ifi sola with a fcuarantw of Mtis/qclioH or yow Mnn tort. Three eiioj: NOTEt 1 o« tan a'<o *,1I 1? 11" ?'i- artl """•WHOM. inlJi Hcs - ' - anrf anl» WHY PAY MORE? Keep Suimlier Clolli'es, Cod, it Ptesh at,Less Cost to Yoilr«elf. Dresses Cleaned G3c Suits Cleaned 65c ' . -PHONE 162 PEERLESS ,- , CLEANERS /i Musical Comedy ai.E OF BARCELONA By Charles R. Chancy 8 p.m a Thursday, July 20th IN TIIK BKAJJTIFU], AMPHJTIIEATRE GMWLEY'S RiDGE STATE PARK Walcoit, Ark. , Bcaulllul li«ht- ADMISSION .AND GOOD SEATS I'RKE A I'KW imSERVRD SEATS ,\T 3.4 a " Ionlc al ' ca Mind Your Maiincts Mrs. Walter Wood, county' canning' chairman, discussed l!>e new educational boolli for Hie fair. It will consist, of food Icr a faiiiily ol live for one year. . " l' - or the'program, Mrs.'Little dii- "Culling Poultry.", lii Hie ncral display, Mrs. Little received first place. Pictures were made of of- thc.Hev. alut -Mrs. James A. Oierhoher for -several da\s this week. Miss Lowry will coiiic Tnes- yniKl Miss" McDonald will nr Mrs. -Benanl McFnrlniiLl. Mrs. N.ishvillc, Tenn, where Mr. how long her trai .Garrelt will attend summer scliool at George I'cabody college. They plan lo lie ,uvay live weeks. Mr. aiid Mrs. Saiii J. Matthews, of SI [oiiis, came Sitnrclay nighl. to i>|)eiid IKO vveckb here with Mrs. n should be? 2. It a bride Is niarrlcd in traveling clothes, does she have any bridesmaids? ' n . • • ,.,. . . ' *'' *>• AJ"&b - >VII1- Ul: ,».u-lnjol^:«^to IW . 3. Avc wedding pictures, taken ()lc ormip j,,, y 25 at Uie ,, ome O f before the wedding or after? >Mrs. Biihch. Both a Slower ami lion. Mrs. Parker received lirst prize in- the contest held during the social hour. Jfrs. Sneiicer' Bunch and Mrs. B. A. Biigg-will be co-hostesses to Solemnized- July First. Announcement has been- made of the marriage of Miss Enla Garrison and Vcrnest Larue which was solemnized Saturday, July first, at \ Oosnell. Justice of the Peace Potter performed' the ceremony. Ennnn Gene Howard is ill at her home this week, ; iMiss Era Knight, of Lone Oak, has returned' home after a brief visit with her sister, Mrs. John Baker. . ^ Mr. and' Mrs. C. W. Richardson have gone lo Hornersville, Mo., to make their home; Mrs. Dai-den Howard is visiting relatives' at Dell this week-. Read Courier.News warn ads The Morning After-Taking Carfers Little Liver Pills J YOU'LL ENJOY THIS of 4 stars in Warner Bros. 1 current product! "DAUGHTERS COURAGEOUS' ion .-.. and the 4 star reasons why you'll like Chesterfield's Right Combination of the world's best American andTurkish tobaccos are First, they're Milder Second, they Taste Better Third, they have a more pleasing aroma And most important of all THEY SATISFY ; When you try them, you will know why Chesterfields give niiUibns'of men and women More Smoking. Pleasure... why THEY SATISFY• . ... 1 Copyright'W'W, • U&6ETT ^ MY CAS TOBACCO Co.

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