The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 20, 1939 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 20, 1939
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BLYTHEVILLE.; (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1930 COURIER 'NEWS COMPIJMENTARY TICKET * This Tkket\ Witt Admit O*to Koehlcr A . Dcfl — W the— K1TZ THEATER —to *<— DOMAB LEGS" FLAPPER FANNY Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Bachelors' club having Informal dance at American Legion Hut, 9.30 o'clock. Gladys Smotherman Is Bride of James Fmklea Mr. and Airs. John P. Smothcr- 1 man announce the marriage of ui«f daughter, Gladys May, lo James Berry Finklea, son of Mrs B M. Turner. The ceremony was performed al six o'clock Tuesday afternoon be* fori> members of the families and a few .''Intimate friends at the First Methodist church Tne Rev. E B Williams, pastor of the church, read the seivicc. Miss Louise Luttrcll attended the •bride and Louis Smotherman was Mr. Fmklea's best man The bride wcic a model of white linen crasri designed with n pleated skirt The wide belt was of rose ~~ ~Tmd green while woolen flanefi, in 1 the same colors ornamented the I neckline. Her whtfe hat had n f green trim and her other accesso- " , lies" were in white. She wore n 1 o-rsage of white gladioli, roses and valley lilies. Her attendant was dressed In < • navy blue sheer with a white trim. " - Her accessories were in blue and white and she had n coisage of yellow gladioli and blue cornflowers. 'Following, the ceremony, the youn ccuple left on a. fen day redding \ trip through points of Texas and I • Mexico. Upon their return here, '* they nil! make their home ncai > Blyihcvillc on Ihc Bnrfleld load |J where Mr. Plnklca Hill be engaged | \ in farming. i< Mrs Fmklea" attended the city j" high school Mr. Fiuklea was grud- ( ( uatcd from the high school al Hiii- i» beft arid later attcfided the University Of Arkailsas at Fayettcvllle. BiUof J^ewi Mostly Personals • TODAY'S PATTERN BY CAROL DAY This practical design, Pattern 8532, combines two ot the best styles for growing glrl.s—the bolero and the Jumper frock. Both are unusually pretty, Tlie Juniper has a. nice, slim Birdie effect, a rippling skirt and straps set in close to the iieck so they'll stay put comfortably pnd securely. The blouse Is tailored, with puff sleeves and a tailored collar j worn outside Ihc straight, brief, : - •' sleeveless bolero. Miss Gladys Wheeler Is confined j Make the jumper and bolero of to her hontc'because'-of'.burns rc-l p!(mC| gingham or linen for now, cclvcd from scalding and coinpll- nml i )y M means repeat H in wool cations. ' 1 crepe, challis or velveteen, for Miss Emily Dale Gray, of Fayclte- '.^hoo) weal' Inter on. frastistc, lin- vlllc, came last night for a visit '> m dimity, organdy and silk crepe with friends \xloie going to Knox- arc prc tty for the blouse. Several ville, Tenn.. for the wedding of WouseS| w ith one bolero and Miss. Virginia Simpson of-that clly j am]m - form the nucleus ol n to Freeman Robinson. The wedding C0mp ictc wardrobe for your daugh- wlll be Saturday. Besides Mr.- Rob- »„,. Inson and his brother, Harmon I Robinson and Ills ccusln, Jack Fin- Icy Robinson, others wlio will make ic trip nre K. W. Schrceder of ere, and Mrs. Hchrocder of Plg- ott and Lccri Chambers, of Leacli- llle. "A dime? Nolhiii'-doin'! I get iime-aivd-a-hrUf for overtime or I tell papa." Osceola Society'— Personal Maryland Visitor Honored Mis d by their mothci, Mrs. Clnurt'^-,^ 'errlii, were hostesses to five ta-:, Its of bridge players 'lit their ionic Thursday night complinient- rented an apartment at the Torres Park Apartment Hotel In Memplil and with her daughter, Cnrmei moved there this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Mniilcy hav had as their guests the' past wee Mi's. Man:cy's sisters, Mrs. Haze Blackwcll of .Sheffield,. f Ala., mil Miss Kathryn iwml of Fbrres City.' Mrs. Miuiley 8532 is designed tor sl/es 6, 8; 10, 12 and 14 years. Sim 8 require* 'i 1-2 yards of 35-inch material for Jumper and bolero; 1 3-8 yards for tlie blouse. The new SPRING AND SUM- Charles Crlggcr If I, who has MJHl PATTERN "OOK, 32 ,,:igcs ecu In Campbell's clinic for n "' attractive designs foi every M/x ' and every occasion, is now icady. Photographs show dresses made In Campbell's clinic for n ew weeks. Is expected to Ixs brought omc Saturday.' Margaret Jane Dorroh, of Caruth from these patterns being worn; feature you will enjoy. Let the rsvillc. has returned home after a Aubrey Elliott. . MaJ:r K. S. McCallum of lire For a PATTERN ot this at- Chamberlaln-Hunt Military acad- tractive model .send 15c In COIN, emy at Port Gibson, Miss., spent your NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE yesterday here as the guest-of Mr. NUMBER and SIZE to COURIER ind Mrs Fred V. Rutherford and i NEWS TODAY'S PATl'ERN BU- ainily. - JREAU, 106 SEVENTH AVENUE, .Mrs. J. If. Prltchford of Okla'-jNEW YORK, N. Y. hornn City, Okla., has arrived tol spend a few days here" with her .who has been visiting his grand- accompanied W. V. Alexander and her them to the Inlter place Friday for Miss Elcotra Buck, nssist- " fcw (ln ' vs *""' tllcir motllcr - Mra ' Mis John McGavock Oridcr I•H"'-ch. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. HudsoiV and H..''R. Goodwin of Earlc spent Sunday with Mr. mid Mrs, Hites Burch left Monday with : relatives and for a 'week "E f Annapolis, Md Mii Critter with. . .. ie> husband; Lieutenant John .Mc-;j "•'«"<!*• In Curuthersvll e brother, L. B. Haima, and Mrs. Han'na. Miss . Marietta Beeman of Bcl- *onl',- Miss., Is spending two weeks hero with iicr sister, Mrs. Joe Shanks, and . family. ' Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Bcrryman and sons, riobert and Billy, and ', Mn'fy Sue, wlio joined icm lh' Cariithersville wl'ierc she as visiting, spent the weekend'In oints .of Tennessee and Kentucky, nturda'y, they spent the, night, .at ^'eelfoot Lake. On Sunday, they «re the guests of Mr. Berryman's ather, S. A. Berryman In Ken- ucky Bend. En-route home, they !•«• F- i Paul Freeman Missouri Girl Sunday Miss Ida Belle Hall, daughter o MfS. Harry L Hall o[ Springfield 'Mo, became the .bride of Paul E Freeman, son. of Mrs. C. L .Fiee " -hnan-'bf! 114 .West ;ASh street The ceremony was parfsrmed 'Sunday morning at Heart's Marriage Alilh al Lake Side Park by the Rev.' R, Heart. ' * Mr. an'd Mrs Freeman aio mak- 1 ing their home at 4256 West Pine, St. Louis 5 J- .Has dob Party Vases of snapdragons were ar- _raneed about the home of Mrs. '^ . ^Jamcs Terry yesterday afternoon *~ ''when she entertained members of the AtX3 Bridge club and three -guests" with a party. " Mrs. John'Thomas Scaftlon, Mis Albert 'K.- Taylor and M"ISS Anita Stracke were guests. High score prize among the club membe'rs went fo Mrs William Young and the guest pii?c went i to Mrs. Scanlon. Tlie hostess served a sandwich plate and an Iced Gavock Grlder of the United j States Navy, arc guests of 'his hiinl, rfrs. F. p. Jacobs and Major- Jacobs at Grtricr. • , • . A cool green and white color motif was emphasized In decorations, refreshment plate, and lallcs flint hnd ships ualntcd'on them; rabies were arranged on the smi ' , Mrs.'E. R.' Smith, Jr., was given bath powder for highest score and Mrs. Godfrey While received handkerchiefs for second highest award Agnes Ward was given consoltilibii pii^c. Mis Gildci was presented hnndkerchfofs. Junior Board Mer.l.s Buddie' and nillic Bowen were hosts to' members of the Junto lionrcl ot Boys of the Baptls Cluncli at their homo Mondn; .dnnlc at ' games. the conclusion 'of the Is Gwst of Club . Mrs. Walker H. Baker «as a guest ol Mrs G. G. Caudill ycs- — ferday afternoon when she enter~ v lamed members of the Town and | Z Country club with a party at her home. , Reffeshmeiife were served 'at the | ~ conclusion of the games in which I - Mrs. O. W. McCutchen was high scorer anil Mrs". "Baker, second high Miss. Jarbnc Wed ,To Newlon Strawn Announcement was made today I - by Mr. and Mrs J. O. Jarboe of 1 *~ Canithersville of the marriage of | L their daughter, Dora Margaret, to Newton Strawri, sen ol Mr.. and Mrs. Allen Strawn of Carutliersvlllc. Tne. service was read here Wednesday, July 5, by Magistrate T. L. Cassidy. The bride wore a dull rose flake spun dress designed with a circular skfrt. The dress had a violet - trim and with it she wore white "• accessories. Mrs." Slrawn is well known at , •» both;Cooler and Stccle where she *" attended schcol „ The young couple wilt make their home near McCarty. night foi (he icgtilar business 'and soctal meeting. The paslor, Hi Rev. Harold B.-Tlllm'an, inccts will them. In the business session lc<l b Lan Williams,'It, president, it wa voted to take over the supcrvisio of the church lawn and parsonng grounds and eafc ot the slirubbcr niui flowers. The group alscj a in getting out the bulletin cac week and alternate as ushers Sunday services, Harold Slier Is clerk "of the or gnnl'/ntlon which meels twice montli and R. n. Mcars, treasure Tlie boys enjoyed n watermelo feast oii Ihe Bowcn lawn after tl business meeting. Attend Ginners Association Major F. P. Jacobs, C. F. Manley, R. H. Robinson of Kclscr and Joe Cullom of Wilson, \yilh Edward Teaiord. Jr., returned home Tuesday night from Hot Springs where they attended the twenty- second annual session of the Avk; ansas-Missomi dinners Association. Mr. and Mrs. Tcaford went over on Saturday and spent .tlic weekend ' with Mrs. Teaford's mother, Mrs. Douglas G. Rogers, in Fort Smith. Among those who attended the irty given by Mrs. W. E. Loft in West Memphis. honoring Mrs. rally Brown were Mrs. L. W. /alters, Jr., • Mrs. H.. U KcMlrlok, (rs. Mllloh Pope, Mrs. Hyman ope, Mrs. Joe Cullom of Wilson, ATS, Clilf . Thfver,:'LUllan B. and dim Ayres, and Jane Wcalhersby. Mr.--ami M^rs.^.C.•'8.----St : evcris of Blythcvlilc : spent Sunday"'.- with heir daughter, Mr.s. L. 0. B 'oi'ing and Mr.; Young. Mr. fiiid Mrs.'F! M. Bannister rid chllch'Ch~"linve returned tron wo weeks yacatton with relatives n Kcnnell, Mo. Mrs. R. A. Clilscnhall and .son Blllic Routh.'of Birmlnghnin, Aln Mr. and Mrs. - J. C. Thorn of tin same city and Mrs. Lulu CronR o :le.ssamcr, Ala,, afc g\iesU of Mrs Kale Chlscnhall. .Mrs. Cronk wi 1 remain tor .ah tdcfinite visit will Mrs. Chlsenhnli. Mrs. E...S. Chiles had as he guests this week her nicc'e, Patrlcl Anderson of MOneltc; and Virgin! Dicklng of Tiilsn; Okia. Mrs. May Thomas of Sl.< Louis visiting her sister,' Mrs. 6tlo Dav enport, Mr"s.- L. D. •Ma'ssoy and Mis.5 Riith j Masses;, left yesterday (or Slloani Springs to accompany Aniia Me'nrlc . Mass'cy home from Camp • Gypsy where she has spent the past month. They will' return home through tlic north Arkansas Ozarks stopping al Eureka Springs for-two days. '••,'' , •. ' p. E. Tompklns and John A. Edington went to Lake VillagS and Ihcr points In southeast Arkansas I'uesdny on a business (rip. Mrs. A. T. Strlnsfeliow will re- urn to Little Rock tomorrow after week's visit witii her daughter, rtrs. Robert Simmer and Mr. Sum- icr.' She will lie nccompanted by topped Dycrshurg for a fc\v .purs' visit with Mr. and .Mrs. Lte Viltcft. . .. Miss Theresa Holly, formerly of icre mid now of Memphis, came 'Ucsday : night W spend a week vlfh Miss Mnry Kathcrinc' Laiie. Mrs: Alton Jaggers aiid Miss Blit'onhc Jnggcrs were in •e'slerday to IVear Biiddy Roger.- mid his orchestra- at the Hole 'ealiody. : Mrs, Loiilsc Stracke ami dai'igh- cr, MLss Anita, and Mrs. E. E. Stnnldy are .spending', today In Memphis. , W. T. Wllhclm, of St. Louis, returned to his home last night after having attended to business here for a few days. He was the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B'er-; ryman and family Monday night. Tlie Rcvv and Mrs. Alfred B. Carpenter left yesterday for Atlanta, 'Gti., where they will attend the Baptist World Alliance which begins Saturday and continues through the 46th Of the month. En route'there, they were to stop in Nashville for a visit with members of the Baptist Sunday school board at Nashville. Upon Icavinp Atlanta,.they will tour Florida foi uolhe-r there. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thomass:n left Tuesday attci notn for St. Louis Mid Cc'ntralla .where they will visit friend.;' and relatives for the remainder of the week. They had just returned from New Orleans and Guifport where they spent week. Miss Flcda Mac Thomas cf Gill- con, Mo., will spend next week, here us the guest, of Miss Phe Marie Kocnce. A number of informal parties are being planned for her tlic fifsl of which .will bo a swimming party al the Armorcl Lake lc~n and Mary Etta Thomas, of Gideon, are spending three weeks hero as guests of tlic Kooncc family. Rev. Bickford Ready To Assume Pastorale OSCEOLA, Ark., July 20.—The Rev. Lester M. Bickford, who was ecently called to the pastorate of he Christian Ch'urcli In this city vill arrive tomorrow, lo lake up ils work with thei'local church, ireachlng Sunday . morning and light; : - ..•.: , ''•'.'•', :: ,. ... lunch as tlic meeting Rev. Bickford, who ' has served :ho Oiirdon church for five years, s a graduate of Phll!ips : University, at 10 o'clock Enid, Okla., and of Duke University four o'clock, •it Durham, N. C. He is unmarried and will be at ho/hc In tlie hcihe Of Mrs. W. L. Moore for the present. •'.•'. , Special music programs arc being arranged for Sunday by Mrs. L, C. B. Young, choir director. A picnic supper and 'outing at Sunset Park, ucar Bassett is set for Wednesday afternoon, July 20, complimenting the new pastor and giving the entire membership an j opportunity to meet him. Culbertson Will Be Singing Convention Scene An nil day singing convention will be held Sunday at Cultxirtsoti Community center, one and one- fourlh miles north of live Missouri state line on Highway 61, U. E, L. Smith, president, announced today. : The Homcmakers club will serve sandwiches and iced drinks for liegln nl 10 o'clock and continue until Tlicrc lire 11,000 clergymen In the Church oi England. 81,209 MALARIA Cases repotted In H"J U. S. in 19381 DON'T IJKLAY! , STAll'V TODAY with 666 Checks Bialaiia In seven Ethel Tavlor To Barney ithers. And they will see., some of .the nosl remarkable dance routine's ;ver presented on a Memphis ,tnge. In a setting of a Mi ter roymaker's Shop, Dance Director Billy llolbrook will present twenty 'mechanical dolls"..andmost of. the character.; of Storybook Land come .o life to dnnec in and out around recking horses seven feet high, building blocks twelve feel high, huge drums and horns, innssiyu tin soldiers. '. . . llic famous March.. ol the Toy Soldiers will be staged more colorfully and effectively than ever before in the South, and /'human dolls" that range from the: tini- csl. lots to gorgeous young girls will provide a lerpsirhorean revel. AND HERBS ANOTHER REASON WHVI'MCRA/X ABOUT THIS DELICIOUS TEA_ IT COSTS LESS THAN HALF A CENT A GLASS! THIS TEA'S GR:EAT! I FEEL COOLER AA£ A- SMOOTH, M- FHISHIMO GLASS OF HUGH'S WHEN I'M HOT AND TIRED! Sing Starring Kolc For HQAT ! The United Stales was' Ei Innd's best source of supply foi principal prcducU in 103T. ,. H ERE'S why Upton's Is America's most popular lea: 1. World-Famoui Flavor—smooth, full, rrcii, delicious. 2. Tendei* .Young leaves-—and luscious, flavorful buds—give extra . fragrance and bouquet. 3. Distinctive Blend—with choice teas from Lifjton's own Ceylon gardens. 4. Economical—you'use less LipCon's per gla"s$ T —it's so rich in flavor, Lipton'sTea Approved by Good Hooiettccptao Bui "REFRESHES" her grinnldniiglitcr, Mriry B. Sum- hcr. - who visit her in Little At ^e Hospitals Hospital C W. Reed, Haytl, admitted Trails Hospital \V. S. "£ete" Barnes, Armorcl, dismissed Zlberl SissOn,,city, 'Ben CblMns, Steele, dismissed vl .. Mattha Prultt, Armorel, dismiss- Moore Russell Jackson,* city, "dlsmissed ' Mrs TOW SaiVders, city, dismissed ' "Irland Smith, SKele, dismissed > McMfh^ Baptist Hospital ' ,,E" M. Man'digO, city, admitted - .wfemphls Mcthcdisl Hospital ' >' Miss MaY KeHcr, Haytl, adnUt- ' tfa.,, \> ' , ," Ei. JAseph'i Hospital Attcml World niMling Among those planning to leave tomonw for. Atlanta, On., .to.nt tend the sixth session of the Baptist World Alllnncc ' are the ncv. Harold B. Tillman. and Mrs" Tillman, Mrs. Ida Tucker. Mrs. Jani&i D". Bdrlim, Mrs. 'Ada Butler. Mrs. R/H. Jones. J. B. Buiin, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brluk'.ej, Mr. and, Mrs. A J Florida The Rc'v. .Alfred Carpenter will head the delega- tusn from BIythcviHe. the Rev. aurf I Mrs. Harvey Gray of Dyess will, attend. Trom'. Wilson Mis. W.- P. (Hy) Wilson will te accompanied by her mother, Mrs. J. W. Wright, and Mrs. Oscaf Barltsdflle of West Memphis i week. Mr. and MYs. Josiali, Fort Clarksvlllc. Tenn., Mrs. James Rock and then so to Strong, Ark., !o spend (tic inonlh of August With her.other grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Simmer. Mrs. Welb5' Young and children Andy and Karen, are In Jonesboro this week with Iicr niotlidr Mrs. A. M. Love. Mr. Young \VU1 g'o't over (or 1 them Sunday. I Mr. and Mfs. 0. E. Masscnglll' arc expected home tlic last of the week from Hot Springs where lie has taken a course of uaihs. Tlic entire membership of the Christian Chnrcli arc making plans tor a picnic supper and outing al Sunset Park ncar.-B'assctt on. Wednesday afternoon.' July'26. The at-; Bell antl Mrs. Ross D. Hughes arc spending today In Memphis will Sirs. T.. J. Mahnn who wns re novcd lo Campbcirs clinic !as Saturday- after fracturing her hlj She Is resting VCI'T we'll. Mrs.T. K Malian, who has been with her ii Mciiiphis, is expected to return to night with the Forts luicl Ifughcs ,and Mrs. Bell will remain with her mother. Mr. Fort and son, Josiali, Joined Mra. Fort nud daughter, Nancy, here yesterday. Mrs. Harry FrizzcU. Mrs, J. M. Jonlz and Miss Vc'rn Eli74vliefli Goodrich went to Cape O Irani can . today ,to .visit Mrs. Frtaell's mo-1 thcr. When they return home lo- Memphis' 'most brilliant song 1 Irrt,.beautiful Ethel Taylor, brings or thrilling voice,to tlie stage of Jv'erton Park Shell next : week to ng the slarring role In Victor iernerl's delightful fantasy, "Babes n Toylaiid," tliird of the Memphis Open Air Theatre's current prod-i ictlons. . As "Cmitfary Mary," Miss Tayor. who skyrocketed to' fame in one brief year, hends a cast of more than 100, the cream of talent athered from the entire South. 'Babes In Toylnfid" will he one of Producer Reginald steiii's most spectacular presentations of the entire sparkle with gorgeous elaborate-scenery and original light- in'g- cfTccls. ' ' Audiences will l>eai- such Victor Herbert favorites- as "Florotla," "Don't Cry, Bo Peep," "Toylatid," "March of Tiie . Toy Soldiers," morrow, they will bo accompanied by' Mrs. FrizzclVs son, liarry Lcc. Gcing In the. Movies on :i ' FREE TICKET! Trade here and get free tickets to cither Ril7. pr Roxy Theatres at our expense. $10 in Trade— —Adult Ticlift Trade — .luninr RITE PRICE STORES ' " 111 K. Sfain fair IS planned for a welcome and opportunity to get' aco.Mint£d with' the new pastor, the Rev. Lester M.' Bickford; ... Read Courier Ne«s.p.'»* J. .S.. MCCants and .Miss Fari Nickol drove .10 Nashville. Tenn., yesterday to accompany Mrs. C. t. ome Mn Moore, a sts-' Miss Ntckol, has been atlerfding summer school; at weeks. Mrs. McCanU who has also been in school there plans to go. to Mouleagle for ten days test' before" coming home Mrs. Mar}* Bowcn Poitras has . f'ulley, Braggadocio, ad- milted. ted. Joseph Est^s, city, admit- WHY PAY MORE? Keep Summer Clothes* -Cool, & Krcsh a I Less Cost to Yourself. Dresses Cleaned \ ..'.. .65c Suits Cleaned ...'..,. .65c PHONE 162 PEERLESS CLEANERS Cherry & Franklin Jarman Friendly Oxfords For Men Now Wtiite. tlcijc ,fc llrnwn, Tail Mhilc. I'lain & IVrfornlcrt P ftrns". Formerly Ss.tO. All Si/cs Hul Not. in Bnch Style Churchill Oxfords For Men White,- Tan A WMIe, Beige & Brown, Green ft White. 1'Uiri Sc F'erroralcil Patterns, Former- iy 52.05. All Sizes But Not in Kach Style Sky rider Oxfords For Koys Wh'tc, Brown & While, Kcige * Brown. Formerly $l.D3. See Our Windows THE FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 W. Main GIANT'SIXES-.AT MIDGET PRICES! Anticipating I his eycht mbnths. ago, onr. bu.vprs scpurcdl the niar- Uels iincl as "a result we arc able fo offer you more than just towels•'« . . (hey arc JUM1K) ftwcls! Jiimho Jumbo \.ilucs—o\crsi/ctl in every respect except In price' A real towel value! In white with striped Ijorrtei's, or In olid colors and plaids. TERRY TOWELS soft, thick towels in a big luxurious 22"x44"! A • snbstan't.ial weight that will take plenty of wear. In solid colors with white borders br colorful vfirsible A hanl-to-behevc low pn« lor these, towels. In Mtiht solid, colors and pretty ' plaids: T^RRY TOWELS You. by the dozen at this low price. Solid colors or colorful' ptaids. : . A sen:-atianally low price for these soft, fluffy towels. V/ilh tblofed stripts and borders-. Phone "i'-'A

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