The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1939 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 18, 1939
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,PAGE TtfQi BLYTIIEVILLE, ,(ARK.) COURIER. NEWS Bachelors' Club To Have Informal Dance , COJtnJMElSTARY TICKET This" T«k*Twm Admit P»t O'Brjint A Companion the- I KITZ THE.VTKK, -to s^<- I •THE SUN NEVfcK SLlV , Social Calendar WEDNPSPAY2 EVENTS , Mrs T, K, Mahnn enteilalnlng Bi-MonthSy Luncheon club Town and Country club meeting with Mrs. Hugh Harbcrt. ' ' THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. O. W. McCutchen entertaining Thursday Contract club Mrs. A M. VimWInklc, Mrs. Daisy Marler mid Mrs. George Shanks having, slher ICA at Vnn- Wlnkle home, 2;30 o'clock -FRIDAY'S'EVENTS . Bachelors' club having Inforniul dance at American Legion Hxil, 9:30 o'clock. Miss Virgiwa, ( 5iihpson Announces Wedding Plans Miss Virginia Simpson, dnughtei ot Frederick Charles Simpson, of Knoxvilte, >Tenn, -whose mairlage to Fretman Robinson, son of Mrs BS»in Robinson, win be , .has announced plans for six the redding. . Th,e , ceremony will Another eieiil in |he~iciie7'of summer entertainments planned by the Bachelors' club will bo given Friday night when members will nave nu Informal dancing parly al the American Legion Hut. Couples will dance lo nickelodeon music which 8:30 o'clock^ will begin at W. M. S. Circles Meet Four circles of Hie Woman's Missionary society o[ the First Methodist church met yesterday niter- noon In the homes of various members for Bible study periods and a social hour at which time refreshments were served. Mrs. S. P. Martin and Mrs. John Fcalhcrslon were co-hostesses I: seven members of Circle One at Ihc Martin hcine. . Mrs. U B. Baker presented Ihc Bible study. Eleven members of Circle Two met at Hie home of Mrs. Hlley B. Jones. The Bible study was laughl by Mrs. John P. Rehunlller, Mrs. W. -T. Obersl. taught the Bible study and Mrc. A.'O, ]lud- scn, Hie devotional nt Ihe meeting of 18 members' ot Circle Three nt the Taylor home. Mrs'. W. S. Johnston was co-hostess with Mrs. Tnytor. The devotional for circle Four wns given by Mrs. U.; B. old before 13 members who attended Hie mecltin; at the hcme of Mrs, Fred Warren. Mrs. O. N. Hawkins gave tnc Blble s i u(J y Mll> '^A' Nelson Woman's Mlj'ilonniy Union of (ho Hist Daplht chujclr jcstculiiy afternoon nt Ihc chinch Mi-, Kendall Bciry was Ir-artci. Mrs H H Brooks gate Die clc-j votlonal fioin Provoibs nnd Pwlms nftci which M.'i Marlon Williams offered piaycr Mis Bony KA\K 1> trie/ iiitioductlon to her piOKram on which MIS E r Blomeja spoke wi "Tho.IIoinelniid" «ti(t Mrs. S. M. Hotiddlsciisscd "Home Missions and National ulghtcoiis»r>ss." Mis Alfred Carpenter offeicd prayer before a pageant was presented Mrs. ijtoyrf SUckinon was In clmrgc of the 'pageant, "Turning Dome Mission Pages." Throughout the playlet,- Airs. Murray Smart nlnycd mviaio. Mrs. Tom W. Jackson. Mrs. M. O. Outlaw-, Mrs W W Watson, Mrs. Floyd Slmpsfm Mrs. Irene Taylor mid Mrs. Richardson, each turned a leaf In the home mission book as she made her talk. * « 4 Sun Horn A son MHI, boin Sunday night (o Mi ond Mis Alvin "Bo" Huffman, or PortagcvIHe, at the Molhoilist hospital In Memphis 'Ihe bab>. Who weighed seven and thrco fourths pounds, has been named Alvin Huffman III, Mr. Huffman formerly Hied lieie Mis Huffman is the former Mlw Myrlek of Memphis. o'clock at the. Fifth Avenue Dnp- llst church In Knoxvllle. The Jicv Frank W. WocxJ,- pastor <f Hie chiirch Yflll read the sen ice ,,-Mlss Eleanor ^Cruzc will attend Miss Simpson (u mold of honor. Bridesmaids will be Miss Dorothy MUler of Wils:n, Mis Clmrles Tcmbros, Miss ^nna Grace Ncecl- ham and Mtss Marlly Low ry, nil pf Knoxvllle Harmon Robinson \vill be his brother's best man x Gro:iusmen will be Leon Chambers of Leachville, David Wells- of Knoxiilte, Charles Powell pf ChaUunooga and Jack Finley R;blnbon, pousiir of the bfiaegroom. A program ot nuptial music will be 'rendered by Mrs J H. McNcw of Ki'.oxvllte, sister of the bride, who will be vocalist, J. T Johnson of Kmxville, violinist, and William Jacobs, organist. Miss* Simpson has been complimented at a number of pre-nuptlal affairs. She entertained her attendant at a luncheon at her home Thursdy, July *G, \\hen the guests were 'gl\en strands of pearls to be worn at the weeding r>cc;ratlons and refreshments followed a green »ixr,whlttt color, scheme On Monday, Jftly~To,xi Miss Needham entertained with a crjstjl tea at her home. Wednesday, Mhs Lo»ry was hcstcss at a luncheon and china shower at her h:me. * _A bridge party was glyen by Mrs Tombros Friday aJid yesterday Miss Anna Bee Vance wns hostess to a dinner party. Today, Miss Miller entertained one -hundred was -co-hostess. Have Study Period , Members of (lie Margare^ Hutchison Girl's .Auxiliary of'the First Baptist, church met. yesterday afternoon at Ihe home of their lead cr, Mis J. T. Weslbro;lf The meeting was opened with sentence prayer led by Mrs.. Westbrook and closed by Carllfrin rlood. After a business dlsc\(ssl:n, Irene Johnson taught a chupter from "Tepee Trails" Ivy the Rev. Mr. Phelps. ReVreshmeiils -were served thr nliio present during the s:ctal hour which followed. Announce!!'. Silver Tea A silver tea to be held Thursday afternoon nt the home of Mrs.. A. M. Van Winkle «as, announced yesterday afternoon hi-.Uie meeting of the Woman's Missionary society of the Lake Street Methodist church at, the church. < Mrs. VnnWinklo, Mrs. Dulsv Marler and Mrs George Shanks wilt be hostesses for the'ten which begins at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. 0. J.. liojfgci-s had charge of the Bible study. Alter » song snd.prayer,'by. Mrs.. P. M. Sweet, the nisi chapter of the study book, "Prophets'of Israel', was given. Plans were made lo start a lending llbraiy in connection with nils- slon study 'work. Mrs. J. \V. Moore and Mrs. n. II. Young became members of the group. Fourteen members and one visitor. Miss Amy Ruth Morris, were present. Hayii Physician'; Wife Fractures Ribs Mrs J w Rhodes of llavli, \\l\a Is visiting In the home of her sls- tei, Mis Mniy Phllllixs Robinson, while Dr Rhodes Is ill here, frnc- Tomato Metliodisls To' " Have Revival Meeting Mostly Personal! DC. and Mrs. Msijn l,. smaller I! „ ~~ • •' ' ' wcl ' c accompanied by Mrs. Skallcr's McuioilJsl- church mother, Mrs. I. Hoschlhl, who re- u». cvahxollsllo nialned for a loiiEcr slay. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dunn Jr., v A w n . vnri,m"nml i, ' ", nstor of ««P a! ""Ion -'City, Tciin.. have rc- ' ' Promised Land turned to their homo after spend- elmrchcs. log a week'here .with .Mrs. Dunn's The/meeting'will'"begin" tbinor- u.-u'iur, Mrs. c. G. Hires row night and continue fo ,. 10 j. T . sudbury and Van Elliott days Jervccs will be held every are spending today in Memphis, nlgl.t ut- clghl o'clock. I Mrs, Charles 8. Lemons, tv At The Hospital* Dilc Ottattncj, Dccrlng, admit led kvtJjn iia\, Manllii, admitted Mr> Raymond Jackson, clti nd milted Raymond Bnuihncld, Slcele dismissed. ' Bom to Mi nnd Mrs Tom San- ciei;, cltj, n Eon last, nlghl Bljihcxtite Ifosplfal Mrs. C. H. La.«llcr, Stccle admitted. Mis admitted. Mrs. Jake Huffman nnd Miss Virginia Huffman spent yesterday In Memphis with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huffman jr.-, and Infant soil born Sun- ilny ,• nlglU' lit the Mcllicdist hospital,- » Miss Olivia Boles and Misses 1 lances and Dorothy Corlew "arc spending this week In Newborn, Tcnn., with relatives of Miss Boles. Miss Mai-jorlc Mcliride and George Hall, of Atlanta, were In Mr. and Mrs. chniles Rnxer ic- irned Sunday night from a tour hroujh UJc Ozarks. They were omcd (it Bradford by Mr.'s Bother, Elmer R a -«r, and Mrs. Ram- and daughter. Points vislt- ~ were Eiireka Springs, Diamond ive. Bob Burns 1 home in Van Buren and scve'rnl well ,' khoivn juntams aim forest "reserves iey spent threo days in Bradford ivllh Mi-.. Rnzcr's father, Hnrvcy Rnzcr, aixi Mrs. Rnzcr's fatlier dhmiiiin Stanbery. they were i way a iveck. Miss Martha Frnnces Stevens us returned from Meridian, MisS A'Jierc she spent n week with Nenl Brngg Ci'y 6 ° ' Memphis Friday nlghl for a ing party at the Clnridgc Slurlite Terrace whero Vincent Lojiei and his orchestra are playing. , Mf5 ' f C ' Oiiblc, formerly' ol here nnd now of Detroit, camn ycs- Mis J r DeLanccv citv -.d teiday.mcrrilng for a visit with Mrs. jnltted £< O. Hires. Alls. Gnble has spem II B dlsmlssed Crumplci Lake Vlliaie ' "' rcc lveel " '" Osceola » !1(t wl re- i luin.'. there for another montli't turcrt (wo ilbs In n Sunday nlghl In Ihe fall j,hc sliuck » cornei ot a table, pausing the fractures &he wns tnken lo the Orli.imett Jim r llnruell, cllj Walter Cox Jr cltj dismissed Delia Ebcidt, cltj dlsml-sed Mis EVva Fnds Manila, dismissed Memphis, Methodist Hospltil Louis \Velnberg Lcacluillc -xd milted. Mlsi Bllllc Riggs Leaclivllle afl- inlttctl. Mcmrlils, Biplkt Hospltil Miss Margaret Mofillt, I uxora admitted. Ldward Coble Hajtl admitted Nancy Dale Dunn Joiner act milted. admit lures but is now at the home of Mrs. Robinson The young of the condor cannot fly for 12 months after .intched Cinder ten, made bj dipping a icd hot cinder In hot wntei still is eh en chlldiej) as n remedj loi being 'stomacho I Jages. tome «< dimmed plslt \v«h her son before goin licr home. Mrs, Bert Lamb and Mrs. Phillips Bevel nnd grandson, who had liccn visiting in Etippra, Miss, siiioo the fourth of July, returnee liomc Sunday. Mr, Laiiib motored down fov them Saiin'day. Mrs Ijnnb • was Ihc guest of her parents. 'Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hood while Mrs. Bevel and her grandson M'-Iled relalives. Bert Lamb Jr, and Biliic Jean Lamb, who ,wen' down -with their mother on the fourth, remained lot a longer visit Miss Margiirel Moffltl, of Lrix oia, who underwent a sinus operation yesterday at the "Memphis Baptist hospital, Is resting .verj well. ' . ' .•;;••',"•':. Eugene Black'well and Russel Moslcy went to- Tuscaloosa, Ala til-Ijcsterday where they are students I at the University of Alabama. The; English BRINGS 5 BIG NEW IDEA TO BIVTHEVILLE MOTORISTS! guests-with a tea at her home .md Thursday will ha^e a stcnk supper I Sli'rly Home Mission-) for cut of town guests Mtss Cru?e vrjll entertain r<lth the ichcarsil dinner at her,home Friday before the rehearsal at the church "Carrying Out the Great Commission In th.e Itomelaiut" was the Ladies' White Slippers Pumps, Straps & Tics. Hiijli, Medium & Lo\v Heels. Sizes 3 to D, AAAA to B. 95 Values, lo §5.00 Jurman Friendly Shoes For Men Now $O95 Vhilf, Beige & Umiii, Tan White, i'laln i I'crfarnlcri 1'al- terns. ; I - ofn>cily $5.00. .White, Beige ; & Brown. Tan \\hile. Plain i Vntoiatrd Vat- Icms, Fcrmcrlj J3.85. \\tiic, Tan i, Wblte, Rrige ft Brown, Green & wiiile, !'Um & Pctforaled Patterns, Formerly J2.95. All Sizes But Kol in Each Stvle ...FOR1USU FEW DOIURS MORE topic of the proijrnm prcscfiiled at the meeting of 50 members of Ihe NEW GEARSHIFT at the steering wheol— youtt at no ex Its cost I ';AI.LOPI>^ ASKS ' NEW HEADLIGHTS IN FENDERS provMc gieatet visibllily in rain, fog nnd dusll NEW LudGAQE COMPARTMENT-no hump" outside— 275S moi» space insidel for akealook ery vital , new , Dodge ves yo« your of taking , go to jro al the ne HEW "SAFETY- LIGHT" SPEEDOMETER glows green up' to 30 m.p.h.; amber- from 30 to 50; red beyorid'501. " ' NEW AMOLA STEEL coU spiings smooth oui tnt roads— give j-pu new dilving sutepessl ideas, a»da look "Scotch all the proven ,,K,s even nK»J> ^ Incnls for 1939 1 « Ideas U, any Dodge Fiuafly, take Own w delivered amazcd - eilsforcven All Sizes Ijul Mot in Each. SI vie Fortune Oxfords For- Men Now All Sizes. Uul Not in Each Style . Churchill Shoes For Men Now iTAKE A LOOKI [New Dodge lug. s gagocomparlmsnl, ; 27« larger! It's ^ invisible — completely concealed ;, beneath graceful ilines of wind- slteamed rear ensemblel Thteo bellboys needed lo carry all the lug- rage it will holdl Skyrider Shoes For Boys White, Brown A "VVhUe, Bsl^s & Brorm, Formerly $2.95. See Our Windows THE FftMlLY SHOE STOR ,,312 W. Main- ;•• • Phonfe 2ii TAKE A LOOK AT THESE LOW PRICES! «U. FEDERAL TAXES INCLUDED Couneq Th «» s f e DM'WI'I •wivetej ff— J. :L ^.'."A^l^L".^" 1 s '»^,._ equipment: bumper a, tf* cumper guards, spare lire 3 andwheet.safeiygJass.fcnd- ct? and <he*t metal painted tndtecttUaxesUfanrVexUa. and up H voim tocftiin LOUIS GF.ORGE M01OR CO., Trcc , Ark , ' 117-119 Eiisl Jtaln St. V?hotie 888 SALES, Kennctt,'Mo* ,.'.?!??? 1 . 1 several weeks iicrc with " s, Mr. 'and Xlrs. Cozlne Mr. and Mrs. 5. Mos- IEC Norton. Miss Stevens nnd iss Norton were room mates sill Mississippi State Colleu'e "f'oT\Vo- inen at Columbus, Miss. Among Blythovlllc people in Wilow Spiiiigs, Mo., yesterday for the .imeraj of John S. Hognn were Mis. T. F. nnd Carl Ju'dc|. Mrs. Kujcnc Dickinson and Mis. L, L. Ilubcncr spciH yesterday In Mcmplils. ' Miss Mnry Elizabeth Pace, of ?nrl:i. Ark., nrrivcd this afternoon ;o be tile guests of Dr. and Sirs. L ',. Ifiibencr for several days. The holly tree Is one of the -l:«cst growing irccs In Hie world, TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1939 Revival Will Open At Fern Salyer School The Mitchell Evnngelistio parly of San Antonio, Tex., Is appearing In an old time revival beginning tonight at 7:45 o'clock nl the Fern i Salyer school. | The meeting Is under the auspices of (he riqv. Louie Sehultz, paskr ot the Dycss Assembly of Ood church, special music and gospel singing by the "boys who left the footlights of the theater to follcw (lie Light of the Crrss" are features of the meeting, the Rev -, Mr, Schullz has said. I Headlight^ .'grow dimmer as cars grow older because of 'ln- ercasijiB resistance caused by; corrosion at all the connections between bntlcry and bulbs. Records show dial Oregon and Washington receive (lie largest average-minimi amount of precipitation In the United Et.iles. ¥jS:^^-'' k»A-!,!.?Yi b . WHY PAY MORE? Keen Summer Clothes, Cool, * rresli at Loss Cost to yourself. Dresses Cleaned Suits Cleaned ....... PHONK 1G2 PEERLESS CLEANERS Cherry & Franklin .lioc .C5c- Memphis Open Aii Theatre brings you "Babes in Toylond' A » Violot Herbiti nutlcil extrjyjgania •k A show with Jfuppealforyoun. tut tUl . * "fHrti «((ki Tt»j" •k Chorus of 60-0rch*s1ra of 25 £ Entln producllon under personal supervision tl HeglnaH Him- meisWii ' ' July 24 -July 29 at beautiful Overlon Park Shell "Vndttr thf* Start" 4000—SEATS—4000 Prices SI, 75c, SOe, 25c Cfitiliiig next! "NO,-NO,'NANETTE"'. July 31-August 5 liiif four ticket! at KIKBV BROS. IJRUG CO. Fhone 23—Slain & Broadtr»y : - Blylhevllle Our aiinijal ft pr l cc «a\ c , s no« on' Here is vour oppor- tunjly o buy real quality merchandise at nnlv % (he reg- ieS ' Sha ^' Bathm 8 Sutts, Belts ami mi nou. Marlboro and Ha now SHIRTS 1 fi5 Shirts §2.00 Shirts 83c $1.00 ALL CREPE SILKS Sl.fiS TIES 25c TIES NOW . . . 13 C C5c TIES NOW . . . • 51.00 TIES 33 C NOW 50 C X STRAW HATS FORMERLY NOW ?2.00 $1.00 §13.50 ' BATHING SUITS For Men arid Wtiiheii L*t<Jics S3.95 Hrn's §2.00. No,v Now $1.09 Belts r 'WHITES' BLACKS BROWNS Assdrtc'd • -'•''-'--' Slyii's SI.00 HELTS 50o SUITS For Summer and Fall One Rack Only Slfi.OO' SUITS S19.V3 SUITS SIfiES FROM 3-1 TO 40 ONLY ALL SALES, CASH; AND FINAL ALTERATIONS EXTRA CLEANER-CLOTHIER-TAILOR 320 W. iMAIN ' PHONE 53

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