The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 29, 1938 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 29, 1938
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PAGE TWO (4RK,) COURIER NEWS Arkansas • Educalional Association In Little Rock during llic weekend ¥. (S - M K. B. CpURIER NEWS . JMEl^^Y: TICKf T TickH Will Admil and fjjiiipanion HIT/; THEATER — to set— Social Calendar : WEpNESpAY'S EVENTS Mrs. \y, H. Min'j:)rd entertaining •vyedncsday 'Bridge ,.i iu) . Ypujig Matron's club meclinj will! 'ty\'s. ppyle J-jeixlcrspn. "Mrs. E. M. 'HufTrmjn, cntcrtninlng the' Lilies' Bible "Sliiciy 9! the Church of Christ. Mrs. Roland Green hnvlng Wed- ncsrtay Contract cilib, ' "• THURSDAY'S'EVENTS Mrs. ! "G. B.'' Kec}.- entertaining; Tliursday Contract club. tiiu,rs$ay Afternoon club meeting wllli'Mrs. p.'Vv. bnfrlsan. Jewish Ladies' Aid. meeting in Temple Israel ai 8:(W p.m. Alf^r' Society of the Church of ihe" ; lrhnuciilatc 'Conception sponsoring a. bingo party at 8:00 o'clock ill CattioKo Hall with Mrs. Walter Cox jr., and Mrs, John V. Lent! as hostesses. ' .". ''•' '. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Executive board ot Wpnuin's Missionary Union of first Baptist church meeting at 2:30 at home of Mrs. Tom Jackson with Mrs. E. \V. Simmons ns co-hostess. Junior Woman's club meeting al club house. FLAPPER FANNY ri^u progressive Pa,rly j PJaus for a '.'progressive party" IP be given Friday night were niadc Wed.ucstlay afternooa when a" ten members of the B. p. p. (.ii iu mt ,(_ al tlic home of Sara Lon McCut- cheri. •At ihc conclusioii of the business meeting. Uie hostess served 'a salad plate. "You Isuls stop playing with your soup!" "Aw, Fiiii, if I /iml another S in mine, I can (ukc Chunk's anagram—fin' his dessert." Complclc Sludy of Ri;rai Aincrica Mrs. L, is. Baker reviewed Wilson Spcicty—Personal the " W. M. U. Metis The Baptist Womens' Missionary Union mdl at the homo of Mrs. final -chapters of the book, "He- building Rural America," al (he meeting pf the Woman's AlLssion- «ry Society of the First Methortist. clit(rch yesterday nflernoaii. .' ' ' Mrs, Jf. Lynn \\^de Ipd (he de- votioua! and;lcd over the bus ' ti were mae o as e co- A '" lc T °" " olu "| y n " Cr - operation cf thp street cleaning dc*'" Mr ' B " piivtmciit in the clciining nnd wash- noon, with Mrs, N. B. as co-hostess, and Iwenly-thvco members present. Mrs. Chump I Cannon led Ihc devotional followed by a short business session. During the 53cia! lionr contests and an Easier egg hunt were held. ipess meeting in 'the absence of liic "" Duster egg hunt president. " ' ' illcious refreshments were served ••""•' i . , by'llic hostcssc.'i. Have Circle MectinBS ,' rl . 1< ! tcrvlces , nl Ulc ' nn ' lllst — — (Church ivcrc «'cll iitteiulcd Sunday Tlic Woinnii's Missionary Union of (he First'Baptist church met in circles'Monday' afternoon at the homes of various members fora,?" 01 !? 1 lYii^inn «tn(i,, .,...! « -.—- n ;^i , I'in the 'd,Espito_ the inclement weather. The spoke Sunday lieV. D. D. mission study and a social hour. Refreshments were served by each : hostess. ;• Eight members ol Circle One met, with Mrs. Marion Williams. The devotional from Ihe 16th chapter of Mark was read by Mrs. E. B. WooAson and the mission study vros taught by Mrs. Williams. Mrs. Wcodson, Mrs. ]I. H. Biirnettc offered prayers, ihc business spssion was conducted by. Mrs. Leslie Moore. Mrs. j. L. can Ire II bee a me a iieu- (iiembcf ot Cifcic Two vvhch U members and one' visitor, Mrs. R. I. Haley, liict at tlie home of Mrs. Murray Smart. Mrs. Walter Bishop was. in "c'hargo of the business session and Mrs. C. W. Al flick taughl"Uie irijssioii 1 shtfiy. Mrs. M. T. Burr reij'ri'|h'c' dcybllon'nl from Ihird chapjer of Ephcsians. Mrs wm™ offered prayer'and the meet cvcm "E on "The Prodigal nnd His ficliilions to Prayer." s teacher's meeting, prayer meeting and choir practice will be held on \ycclncsilny nigiil. Misses Mary Syiu'onds, Rogers, ^Saiihronia John, *ne, Miriam' irig " was prayers." - clp,scd 'wilii 'sentence Mrs. Clarence Kplwyck was hostess to 10 members of circle Three when Mrs.., Richard Robinson had Ihf devotional from Ihe 34th Psalm. Mre. John Buchanan, Airs Jim Brackln and 'Wr s : j: R. Nave led in prayer. Mrs. Buchanan presided ,al the business session and Mrs D. V. Maloch laughl the study •Mrs. Tom Phillips was the only visitor when nine members of Circle Four met with Mrs. -Raymond fcmilh. Mrs. Malt Mpnaglian wns m ciiargc of the business and Mrs H. ,L. Recder. the mission studv Prayers \vcre offered by Mrs H II Brooks and Mrs. Alvin Huffman! Mrs. Arch Lmdsey was in charge of the business ineeling and led the devotional for circle Five when ^l y ™± *«? Mf ?- J»l»' Mwcr. . Mrs. Torn Jackson led the mission study and prayers \vcrc given bv and Mrs Lewis Virgle Sarali Hiilcn, Kalhryn Coulter, Jeauetle Phillips, Louise Pliillips nud Mr, and Mrs. E. II. Mniiu went lo Mcmplils Mondny nielli ig so Helen Hays in "Victoria Rpgtua" at the Ellis Auditorium. Miss Mary Symonds left Monday night for St. Ix>uls. where slic will attend (he National Music Supervisors' Convention this week. She 111 return' April 2nd. Mr. nnd Mrs. w. J. Ludwig had as their week end'house- guests, the Inlter's mother, Mrs. F. J. Balls, and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. V. Baltz and children ot Pocahonlas, Ark., and Mr. mul Mrs. T. J. Trlpjic and Mr. anil Mrs. Francis J. IJrun- iier of Memphis, Tenn. Miss Jpse- phinc Ballz who has spent- tlic past two weeks here, returned home with them. Robert Thompson spent the week-end of Memphis, here visiting brother. Wallace Thompson and nulli Faulkner of West family. Memphis spent Saturday ami Sunday with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Faulkner. Mrs. Dominic Hossi of Memphis is here Jor a few elaj-s visit In tlia home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Jack MillicMi. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wiley, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wiley and family of Atoka. Tcnn, Km Sunday guests of Mr. an;i Mrs. Gilbert Wiley and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wiley. J=nn Enochs, Jr., student tit university of the South, Scivancc Tcnn., returned lo school Thursday after spending the spring holidays with his parents. Charles Ncwconib Alfred 'Carpenter. ", " -' i' ' • • .H.-JVC Bridge I'arly ft ^.riisliinf Tea Scries Irises 'arid spirca decorated th« home of Mrs. Edgar Skinner ,-h«n she and Mrs. W. W. Shaver cnter- Ulncd last night. with a bridge party in ca^Tying out the "vanish- series ^yhlcii was begun by Mrs Byron, Morse. y;Jip , ^ weeks ago-entertained the c-ccu- tive board ofthe junior senior I'ar- enl Teacher.: association v,.] llc ], group 15 spoiisorliig-|liis project A yellow and purple color sclieins Tl as carried oltl in'the laities a M the gifts which wpre wrapped in 3'ellow and tied In the purple _A sandwich p]at« K -;is served nt the conclusion of the games in Jhleh. Miss Hillie Nchhu't received npslcrj' for high prntc- and Mrs. T.*' PpWcr, 3 kitchen set for cul n'T 00 """* KJ . Iki ! l| '5ii> nawKtns. of priw. Tlic Iravcling prise, hand- f,• L ^ c ' *" cn '^ M ic V' e * cl "i with Kerchtcfs, \\ent lo Mrs H'. n Part- ^ Ora ^ Hawkins, low. ' ' Half ftloon News J>trs. E. B. \Valker has returned home after spending a week with her sister in Memphis. The Rev. Percy Ray, of Walmn. Mi-ss., filled his regular appoint- •'iciit Sunday. Several cases of measles arc rc- P^rlccl in the ncighborhoo:! amon- the school cliildrcti. Kenneth I'oft and Virgil Shanc.v- clt wcnl lo Memphis Sriclay with Heir teacher, Mrs. 'Parke Spraguc .Miss lithe! Wldncr, who has been visiting her parents, lias returned lo her home in Houston, Texas Miss Mary Elizabsth liawkins. of .ew Zealand Is England's best cjtslpmcr for automobiles; India for cotton goods; Australia for pottery; and South Africa for elec- ttlcal goods. Rent 3 room urtfunilshed apartment, 421 E. Cherry. Inquire at 516. S Franklin or Morse and Kirshncr. 23 ck 8 Want Attractive Ci|y Tq Grfet Cl\ib Woijien '4'hc iiiylhcvillc Cuirden pliib, in 11 lueclliig' last night at, the ciiy hall, made plans to iinve tlic city cleaned 'thoroughly beforp Ihc Forrest City District Federation of Wo.mcn'. 1 ; chip h».s Us coni'ention here on next Tnp^ulay. Plans were made to ask the co- Bite of ^e . Mrs. Lee Armstr accompanied tlicm. discussed the wel! k;io\vii silualloii of "You and (he Jonete,." Mrs. Frank Coiway, cf Oscc- TUESDAY, MAKC1I 29, repre- ola, and James Terry. were visi . .- ""ft «o iv|j*v,- vn», iiuu jiiiucs j el rv Were visi- the First Methodist church 'lore of Ihc club a last nlgl'iv ".L., 1 . 1 ^,.. «»".'««»?« . Missionary meeting. M| , ' T «,- yr ^ \ ™^" Mr. ainJ Mrs. C. M. Buck Ip Kansas Clly, Mo, Sunday Mr. Buck will be i\ pqtlc'iit at the Thoijilon Minor clinic for two or 'hrcc weeks. Mrs. vy. T. olicrst returned yesterday from Jackson, Miss,, where slip spit lasl wepk as the gncsi .-f her ((augliter. Mrs. Spurgcdfl Patterson, ^ Mr, and Mrs. Wondrow Uammons mi(l Mr. and Mrs. Johnlp Hiirnpr of Memphis, spcnl Sunday will* Mr. am) Mrs. Dili) Orrcll. Mrs Orrcll. who has been 111 for more Hum ttit>, months, is improvlm- vcrv slowly. Charles G. Morchpad went to Shrevppoil today 16, spp Ihe' vhrslly show "Kollegc Knpers" which Ls being presented under (lip direction of Iil 5 brother, br. S. D. Morehead, at Centenary College. n ( ' Morehead is ulso director of |he college band. Mr. niuj Mr.s. E. v. Trcadsvay and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Martin; o'f Ucll' and Mr. and Mrs. Riipprl Craf- tcn and, children, srterii' Sunday in Cocfcrurn, Miss., as guests al & family reunion honoring Mr. Tread- wily and Mrs. Martin's mother, Mrs. c. V- Trpadiyay, who was bb- sevylng her cstli birthday. " -" Miss' Myirlle Barnes, of pqrla°e- vljlc.'wlip visited Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Matthews during the past week' bus returned to her home. Jumps Guard, who recently underwent nn appcndccloniy in Chicago where he is a student nt the ! Chicago School pf Optomelry, is part of Hip week lo convalesce at the Jiomc of his" parents; Mr.' and Mrs. J. L. Guard, and family. He -.vlll remain here inilil ihc conclu- >lon of his spring vacation. Miss Anita Stracke. who has been meeting' in Hele'ha"lo<lay. Governmental Affairs Discussed By Women "Whiit We Gc\ for Our Money" w«s (lie ilicmc pf the program presented lasl nlgia al the weekly meeting of Ihe Business anil Pfofc.sslcna) Woman's club at, the Hotel Noblp. 'lids program was one In a series on "Our Town'-;" 'llio program was in clnrtsc uf liw Mnrlc ijiirnish who talked on "Less Government or More." Mrs. ,1. L. Npwtom told a paralilo of a town that grew poorer and poorer. "Tlic Demands of a liusl- juwi Woman" we e-xiKiineci by Mr;.. W. T. Obcrsl. Mrs. C. J. Cox Imil us her subject "How Do Farm People Live in Comparison willi Cily People?" Mrs. J. G, Unrncs . . , . - senlallvc of the Lions club, in- vltoct (he Business and Proic:ision- hinr of the ciown town slrcpls next Monday night,'lo sep that tiip down town alley. 1 ; were thoroughly cleaned by that nigh I ami [o spend Monday Inspecting vacant lots to i;cp if they have Ijccu cleaned by'llieir owners. An effort is also to be nindp lo have Walker pack cleaned. The iiialtpr of having South Division street' beautified by' the planting of colorful (lowers in the front yards \yfis also discussed. In Inkliiff n'p tlic imiltcr of having t)\c cl(y spic and span tor Ihp convention, R. P. Klrslmer. presl- tlcril, pointed on I that women from 2'j towns in 'la counties will attend the meeting, in addition to i\ number of other women from Liltlc Rock nnd Hot Springs.' filylhcj'lllc can 'Up beautiful at thai'time as spiral will be tti full bloom, it is believed, and the cooperation of all citizens is risked by the club, in making yards, alleys and slrcels as attractive ns possible. From Measles Prove Fatal CSCEOLA. Ark., Mart-".! 20.— Funeral .services for Hirbard Eu- KCDC llcmlrlx. thrcc-ycar-n'lci son of Mr.'and "Mrs. W. S. Hcndrix. were'held Sunday afternoon Irb'ni the Swift chapel with tmml in Uie Ernien cemetery. fiictiard Ei'.genc' died tat unlay morning from complications re- sulting'from qn attack of'Measles. Services were conducted hy ' the Rev. E. I,. Cole, piislor r'f the Baptist church. Pallbearers' were fi. N. Marshall. Gordon Hampton. Jesse Clinton, Marion Wright and II. 11. Brooks, tlic toiler pf Blythpv'lllc. the Hospitals Tiunmnn Wilson wa to his home from the HlylhcviHe hospital today hi a Coub .imliu- Innce. Heleuoc has not been able to explain satisfactorily just why soinc lighluing flashes sliow \ip Illack vyhcu photograiilied. The only csplaiiatipn, so far. is mat Hie wave length of llic light causes the unusual chemical reaction. Chqiis jlvlisls odct on improved pciroiKiIiicd method of [igure cojiltql thai it ho cu.rcnl «nw||on ol Ihe A° "" I'V leadi "9 Miod center's Available now in your tommuniiy »"*«wl<»iveCha'ri»mcltiodwillmolse o Jlortlmg and dclighlM eWgc'in your pppcaiancc. Be among ihe fiist or m!l° V 4 VP clior service. 'Phone iMIJS. C. F. MICHAEL ^05 W. Ash Slrcct ..... BIythM-illc "t\c(iisivc n(slribulor for Mississippi Coufily" Is better today. Mrs. Torji A. Lit Up and Ua.ugh- •r, Mjss J.'rnnccs,' spent yesterday i M,ornphfs. Jiiss Lime, a'student ; Christiuii pcllegc in Columbia, [p., \\'ho l|as been spending her ..whirr vacation licrc with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Liillp and family, will return to school (p- Mrs. p. E. CoDley ts spending n few days in Joiner with her son, the Rev. W., F. Cooley, n'nd family. Mr. and Mrs. D. 13. Abbott and daughters-, Mrs. liobcrt Thompson, Mrs. Waller Barnes, Miss Lucille' AMjcIl returned Sunday 'from Iso- trinmi. LSI., where they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.' Gene M'c- Guir. formerly of here. Mrs.,. Mc- also a daughter "pf" Mr Abbot).. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin NIIHU nnd son, Marvin, jr., returned lact night from Independence, Kansas where I hey visited their son, Harold Nniii), nnd family, ami Joplin. Mo., where they were the »ucsl:> of Mr. and Mrs..E. i/ Elklni Harold Nunn. who' Inis been ill foi seme time, Is much Improved. Among Ihc Blylh'erillc people who attended the Helen Hayes' performance of "Victoria Regtna" at the Ellis auditorium in Memphis lasl night were: Mrs. Ii. A. Lynch Miss Alia Garllnglon, Mrs. c. C. Kingston and daughters, Mrs. c. fi. \Vroten, of Cleveland, Ohio, and Miss Arfelc Uuigston, and Miss Virginia Nnnn. Miss Tiosn M. Harrlv, S. K. Gar- rctf and W. ». McChirkin attended a meeting of the 'council'of the \Vc wish to express"diiViipprccl- ijlion to all of our friends who were so kind and thoughtful during the recent death of our son Hicbard. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. W. R Jlendrlx and family. KI) li. COOK Aiuiouncc.'i liciuoval <>'. UK, cfHcc From Hale BUlg. ty Uldg,. 100 S. Fir-it st. C8K1TII Everything for your ciUer Iflinmciit ai?{| comfort. AUinission Matiacp ll)o ji 2(jc Artiidssiim Nitflit llic & 30c Watch Sopjety Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests TONiUHT •Maid's Night Out •with Joan K & 4 C't'Xl liicliire for (hi; entire futility. Admin ion Matinee lOc *. 2Gc Admissipji Nlglit !8e .t ;;GC Wcdi i Thurs. frayB mrnncit so I'iiraimnuil News & Comedy AdtiihsionM.iliucr IQc. ,t 2(]c A(liiii!..slon- Ni^lil IGc .fc '.Iff. Jus! 9 Few Bargains in OK Used Cars WITH A (il!A i THAT CO'l'JiNTS | ItlST Chevrolet Mas! *cr nelnxc Sedan. . '.?•!? .''^(iioulh Tpniin: Sedan, nnill in (N ,1 p r> trunk M05 j ; 1W5 Ci'rvrolcl ^97C | Coach. Rrjl bi|y .. < Jl 19,15 Ford V-8 Oc- rjogr i luxe .Sr'rluii ' V^YV ' . $29 | . $29 | Many ollirrs lo i-lmusc fnim ' Easy CM AC 1'ayniciU ' 1'lau ..ftoltt I Atlinlssipn always Iflc & 2Cc. .•yMi n ?? s S;\lmih.v iVSuiiday Only dubs today. of Ihe Rotary and Lions News , NKWS •Mr. and AJrs. John L-jHln, of St. Louis, arrived Friday ni'-hl lo ,'isit Mr. Loflin's parents, Mr. and "r:;. W. H. l^oflin. Mr. and Mrs. fjmle Walker, of Glilcon, Mo., vlsilwl heru Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Henson ami were BHPS(S of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Webb Saturday night. Mrs. Annii; Slokes returned home last week alter visiting her daughter, Mrs. Charles Locke pf New- tarn, Tcnn, Arcaiieellp Cqrelli was the llrst violinist to play a Slradivarius violin, lie recommended the un/ known Instrument as "ivorlhy of a} trial." ~ British laihbads carried n tola! cf 175,334,000 Ballons of milk duri' ing (he year ol J935. I If you are pciipy and full o | tun, men will invite you lo Uan{?3 ami pailEre BUT, II you pro ctosa, \\Mezi on,I llrcd, mm wont Iw inlrrwtcil. Jton don't lite i quiet tirlj. ttbt-n |hcy ED to parties they sranl flrls aloft who nrc full ol JHM>, for tlireL 1 ..^"n."'."".- —-- - -- • > vrtik* women must 1!MO t'tjinliijc ('.ili- r(qlel. Ne^- lirr; .. 192D Korrt Tudor. Cidcirl lirrs Phono 633 - Thur, PAL NIGHTS! Tin) .Vhnitlrd for (lie Trice of Also selected shorts. Groceries At A Savings §l?pp and Saye Ifere )Vc pjiy Ilijfjtcst i'rices on Poultry 'at all Times. GfllNES MKT, 118 \V. Main St. i'Jione Hi Gnu twptf Qnlp vjuwi yl C/DI' kJlittJ *S 3Bne .-..ttfeOmS^ 1 Values ' ' ^ t v^«0 P9P AS F6 AIU^ D -ruBOAX V U STUDIO COUCH With Vanis.hinlack $59.75 New! Iliffcrcnl! Convenient! Uncle supports pillows when \iscil :\s ;i sofa—folils oul of way -vhcn opened to a hcil. Arm reals, llwiutyvcst malli-cw with "Flo.-iting Acliou." Coil .spring- lj;i,s-o. New damask covers in 1'hini, Kusl, Green or J.hic. Mattress 8 oz- Woven Covers SO D (.'ive yotirsulf Upultltful, Uel' r e s h i )i K sleep. The; IHaHross, with ils 8r>7 sepaviilely pocketed coils. Allows you lo completely rchix " cvcrv nerve and muscle. Here's (no t!);!8 l-Jciiiiiyi-cst. New K-m. AVOVCII stripe covers —HliiR, Green, nr Rosewood. \-c\v Vclv-0-Gfip handles. World famous '•'Floating Action" ami (he exclusive' Sag-prooi' Ed^p. Now offeree)' on special terms. Beaiityrert to Match $39.SO GOritVENiEHf Et T E R

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