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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLJB,' (ARK.) COURIER NEWS , , COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY , This Ticket Will Admit O((o Koehler * Cotnsianto.i 1 'Ikll „ —to the— RIT7, THEATER —to see— "MILLION DOIAA'R LEGS" Shr*wTe* Ghcn For Mks Rose Slacy Yesterday Miss Rose Stacy, bride-elect of Willl&m B. Zedler of San: Antonio, Tex, was complimented wlU> B shower tea yesterday afternoon at the home of Miss Anita Paje Deck T««nty guests surprised the guest of honor with a miscellaneous shower folbwing the tea hour. Proi)) but of town wove Miss Pear) Cartwright of Osceob,. Miss Caroline Ccokcf 0uneari, Miss., houseguest of Mr and Mrs. B S. Simmons, and Miss Ann Ragtin of Htctgley, Tenn, housegiiest of Mtss Gloria Mortin. Shasta daisies arranged In a vhite glass bowl and flanked by while! tapers in cr>stal candelabra form- ] ed the centerpiece ot the lea lable. Various cole reel gladioli vsere the other, 1 flowers usd by the hostess in decorating the cntcrlaining rooms. The pink and white bridal scheme «as the inotif of Oie party. An Ice cream maid cf twin loio birds in a pink base was served Please, Mr. Roosevelt! ^Inte en a pink Base was served ,f, ,,,,,,,,, vdth a heart sliaped cake of pink ni ° l!ltl> ' blushes-but enjoys (he story. And JJmtny Roasevclt, ran embossed in v^iUe with "Rose and ( °f the Prefldent, seems (o be getting terrific wallop from his own yarn, " ' lold to Joanetie MacDonald as the joung movie cxccutUe and singing BUI' Miss Slacy was presented a pink •silk umbrella tied.at the tips with bags ol rice and bells In'which was concealed a note advising her lo follow the flbbcn which • guided her to the dining table on which were arranged her gifts. '* • * Visitor Complimented WHS Informal: Pirlics A number' of parties are being given for M!ss*Mary Elizabeth Pace of Paris, Ark , during her visit here iii the Jhojne'rf Dr. and Mrs. L, L, Hubener. An informal luncheon party, the first in a series tf luncheons being planned lor her, was given ycbtei- day alternoon by Mrs Hubcncr Last nighl. Dr. and Mrs Hubencr actress sat together at Hoilyvv&od luncheon. Cariitliersville • . 4ji Society—; Personal West Sliic BiiJge Club Mccls Mrs. J. W. Tipton, Sr., was hostess to members of ths West Side Bridge Club Tuesday afternoon. 'Mrs. C. W. Curlln and Mrs. Leslie Ferguson were guests during the afternoon. Mrs. E. S. Hulfman held jjnav msiii, ui , tttiu itiiA jiuuvnti . . , t t i entertated eight couples at a high amon B the club members and nrimmlnB mttv at the Walkeil wns awar(!ctl linen handkerchiefs. SSTSl P «ter ",4 for ««• -^'«n held-high among too hours, the group vent to the the guests and received bath towels Hubener h:me where they were J\ U1 \ mntchmg. wash cloths and served sandwiches of barbecued >>c bridge .prize, tea towels, went ham and iced drinks I ° , Mls - W- >=• O. Gniham. The This, afternoon, Mrs John r hostess seized a fn.ll drink, plne- Reinmlller and-Wrs. Richard Dick- ' f W. 10 s»«bet am! sponge cake fpl r inscn will entertain for Miss Pace lowi »B with a "play parly" at which bridge and croquet games at the Rcln- mlller home will bej followed by t a wiener roast ot'Wnlker Park.'- 1 ' --„/ »*^ • «\ '..sV, Cotillion' Clnb To • ' na^c Dance Friday An informal dancing party will be given n'e\l Friday night at nine gomes. Miss ; Naylbr Hostess 1 To.Jyny,;^iii6'Cluli ..-,', . ..'.. 1 Miss: Swair-khylor svns hostess lo members of the two table Joilj .Nine Club Monday evening at lici home'on East Seventh Street. She also had an exlra table of guests complimenting her .sWer,. Mrs. C. She's Prosecutor o'clock at the American Legion W. Curlln, who Is visiting jioro Hut, It was decided last night at a The extra guests were Mrs. J. W meeting cf the Cotillion club at the Hut. Music for the Informal program dance will be provided by the nlck- Tipton Sr., Mrs. Ralph Pinion ami Mrs. Veslcr Bush. Mrs. Willard Russell of Ilayli held high score among Ihc club members and Mrs Maud .Greets was second. Each received hosiery, Mrs. .Bush, received elodeon Members ol the cbinmlUcc In charge of arrangements lor the lovely linen handkerchiefs for afiair are: Mrs. n. A. Nelson, guest prize and .Miss Nnylof pro- chairman, Mrs. 1 II. F. Kelsey, Mrs, senled Mrs. Ciirlin .with hosiery. William Lawshe, Tom Phillips and Following the games the hostess Shelbtmie Brewer. . _ , cervcd it variety of dainty snnrt- ' - ; — • wiches, nectarine sherbet, merin- Cld Timer. Ends Argument .gucs and a fruit, drink. MANSFIELD,' O. (UP)— The ex- . . . » eoitive committee of Rlchlaud Mrs j E shughlnr ami- baby county s ; fair board know >>»w, EO not Memphis. Tcnn., are visit' ' which fair this years will b They had made guesses from 65 to 70. W. H. Shyock seltled it. It is the '(1st. ShyocK is 81 sears old and a former secretary of the board for 23 years. .So little water Is readily available at Lake, WIs., that the fire truck of the village carries its own wilh her mother, Mrs. c. W. curlin in the home of Mrs.• J. n. Graham and 'daughters this week. She plans to leave for her. home the latter part of the week and Mrs. Curlin will accompany her home for a visit. Charles Cuvlln ot Helena. Ark., spent Wednesday here- with his mother, Mrs. 0. W. Curiin. From water supply to the scene of a here he went to Hickman, ky to blaze. The water load consists ot 1 visit with his wife. 2500 gallons. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Murphy, Rev. FLAPPER FANNY DySy ,via COPR. 17)j sr MA scsyicc. K:. r, M. R co u. s- r»T cFr. Maryanne Bell, daughter ol Federal Judge Robert Bell of St. Paul, Minn., is special assistant aiding prosecution In Chicago wage-hour cases.; resulting in indictment of .four companies, seven company ofticcrs. Bits of Newi y Personal* -To'Be Married Oiv Saturday Mi/wcs Mary and Frances Bcoll of Union City, Tcnn, who are spending several weeks here v,Jth Ihclr sister, Mrs. N. B Stroud, and Mr. Stroud, returned J'osleiday fiom Paragould where they visited friends for a few days Tliey formerly lived In Paragould. * Miss June lUInmiiler ii spending this week In Memphis with friends. Mrs. J. Cecil Lo«e and son, Jlmmle, <md Mrs. M. T. Moon spent ycslcrday In Joiner with the Kcv. and Mrs. w. F. Cooiey, and family. Mrs. Russell Phillips arid Mrs. E, M. McCall are spending today In Memphis. Miss Mary Ann , McCalla, ol ,Miss Virginia Simpson will become' the bricie of Freeman RoMn- Bon In a ceremony tomorrow afternoon at six o'clock at the Fifth Memphis, came Sunday to spend > A , n ° n "£ BajUfst Cluircn '" Knox - Women Blossom 'Forth As Floral %Hsls In Manhattan's Market day on wandering e other n-. and „ .neir own against male horticultural merchants, And k doing mighty well al their fragrant occupation, too. , ' It happens that the three Indies inherited their erafts from deceased husbands. Mrs. Freda Meconi, a friendly Monde with an ever-cheerful smile, Is putting her son through a theological seminary on the proceeds, ot the orchids she sells— '• and shc sells orchids because her trade mainly Is with debutantes, from Mrs. FOB THE DKHUIKS • Aioiuutthe corner Mcconi's Chrysler known as , —« v ^ w uu ^^ utlj t ^, Qi^iu r ..in,, several days here as the guest Of|-_'_ Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dunklln and ' I). K. Foster and Mrs. Foster, Miss Myra Oerrish, Mrs. W.- I>. Robertson and Mrs, J. L. James left Thursday for Allantn, Ga.. where they will atlcnd sessions of the Baptist AVorid AlliBiicc being held In that city. They will camp en- route and are expected home next Wednesday. . Mr. and Mrs. Hiile Tipton Sr., o( 'iiptonviUe, Tenn., spent Tuesday here with Mr. nntl Mrs. J. W. Tipton Sr. Male Tlplon is n brother of J. W.' Tiplon. J. W. Tiplon Sr. and Halo Tipton Sr., of Tiptonvillc, Tenn., spent Tuesday -In Memphis where they nttcnclcd to business matters. Mis. J. W. Tipton. Jr., and baby son, left Tuesday for PorlaBevillc, Mo., where (hey will visit with her ' sister, Mrs.'Pearl Banes Edwards :or several days. Mrs, J. W. Tipon Sr.. Mrs, Touimtc Tipton- and baby, Mrs. Hale Tiplcn of Tiplori- vtlle, Tenn.. and Billy Tlplon took icr up uesday morning. Mrs. F. C. Belierns and Miss Julia Beheins ol Olllcspie, II., and Miss Ullic Clark of Enid, Okla., spent several days here with Mrs. John Gdltowny and Mr. Galloway. They also visited with Mrs, P. A. McPherson of Itayti. J. L. Daniels is a patient m the Baptist hospital in Memphis. E. K. Blankenship is a patient in Ihe Baptist hospital in Memphis. Miss Mnry Adah Robinson Is spending two weeks in the East on a. tour conducted by Miss Willie A. Lawson of the Arkansas Education Association. The party will spend three days in Washington before going down the Potomac into Virginia where historical points will be visited. They will then go to New Y«k for five days and will visit In Niagara Falls before returning liome. Mrs. John P. nelnmlller spent Wednesday In Black Oak as the guest of Mr. arid Mrs. T. P. Nclms and Mr. arid Mrs.-'V. P. Cato. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eubanks and Mrs. Eubanks' parents, the Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Benlkfi Of Palmyra, Mo., who are visiting them here, will spend tonight In Memphis. Mrs. M. A. Misketly, who has been ill for three weeks, Is now Improving, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whilsitt and daughter, Gail,.and Mrs. J. A. fAiekett' and daughter, Miss Neal ..iickett, went to Biloxi, Miss.. Weti- '.lesday. They plan to ; return'.Snn- ady night. •••'••!_-• Mr. and Mrs. Jack Parker, Mrs. U. W. Mulling aitd Miss Irene DuUey returned lust' night frorii'^a' .hree weeks' vacation ; in Hie West., i'hey went to California: -by way/of. the' Southern route and returned: M Ihe northern route. Points vis- .ted included faan Diego Tijuana jiid .other cities In Void Mexico, -an Francisco, Catnltna'- Islands, teno Salt Lake City Yoscmite Mrs Hdnej Mortis is ablt to be Up aflej- having been ill at hei nonie for', a week ) -. • Mrs G A Williams ind daugh- tei, Pitricla, of Capo Girardcau' nave returned home alter spend- ng a. lew days here as the-guests of Mrs.: Williams' sister, Mrs. Tom P. Martin, and family. She stopped here as she. was en route home iivin Mississippi . where 'she had /isiled her mother. . , Mr. and Mrs. O.- W. McCutchcn jttciidc'd to business in Sikeston, Jliarleston and Cairo .yesterday, Mr: and Mrs. H.' P. kclsey Jr. and daughter, Betty Lin, will spend :ckend in. Colliervillc, Tcnn., ol their parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Kclsey Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Carringlon. Tom P. Martin-returned Wednesday night from Helena where he attended Ihe American Legion t convention. ••• .- •-•'...- '| Dale Dye Is expected la return to. his home in St. Louis Saturdaj' after having attended to business here for'two weeks. .- r'. B. Hinckley Jr.' ot Dallas, Tex., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom P. Martin and family. His orother. Jcc Hinckley, who came ,\crc with him, has gone on to points of Missouri to attend to Business. Mr. .Hinckley will probably be here until M:nday. Ill I ,;-"-.; ihc week in ^B™ st -1 Olrt Ferial Camp Air Base BRISBANE (UP) — NOu Island, the old French .convict settlement, ofl Noumea, the capital ot New Caledonia is Vicing turned Into a flying-boat base by technicians of Pan-American Airway.-. Carolina Girls Camp . shoj) is Mrs. Gurncy who, corporately, is FIcur de Jour. Mrs, Chrysler is becoming Ihe Schla- parelH of. the floral females bc- cavise she has gone in extensively for flowers and fashion. "I really style /lowers," she likes lo tell her customers, "to I blend with their dresses and each " coraage 'must fit the client's attire [and personality." That's why cv- cry limn who orders a corsage froll> 'w 'n ust determine first ex- nelly what his best girl will be Three local girls are ajnong the * c ? rl 8 \ , -,. , group enjoying the aciivitles offer- . And she does a lively business, ed by Lake Lure Camp for Girls,' to0 ' wlUl - lho Sl "arlcr of the night near Ashevllle, N C. I clubs - {or shc furnishes corsages Nancy Hughes, daughter of M. prices lo the Slork and Mrs. Ross D. Hughes, is most ° Jub a . n & Versailles where the lit- intcrested in canoeing and rirtery' c sa!csla <hcs cuddle up until • they've financed a victim into a. purchase. • . -...'Not that Mrs. Chrysler approves of those tactics. She is a sclf- mnde woman, having started the Flcur de Jour wilh a capital of $4.25 ami built up an enterprise where shc is shooting her marksman first class. Shc Is also a member, ;of,..the glee club and choir, which sing on Sunday mornings In Ihe out-of-door chapel, and has started a project In the arts and crafts shop. ' Dctly. Phillips, daughter, of Mr. suit Mrs. Russell Phillips, who spends much of her time in the rdiug ring and at the waterfront, also shooting for her 500 bar in rillry and going out for archery- Sura Lou McCutchen, a counselor-in-training, is an-assistant in riding, a member of the choir, and a participant, in atjualic sports. She Is the (laughter of Mr. and Airs. O. W. McCiilclien. .Miss Nannie-' Clark Smith of Wlicatlcy who Jias visited her si&ter, Mrs. W. I.. Korner, and family, here a .number of times,; is in .charge of canip.nnislc and Is program director for the nighlly cn- that sands. She, dies with their botanical needs. The third of this trelllsed triumvirate IB Mrs, A. E. Hankin, a wholesale nsparagus fern merchant. That's all she sells--asparagus fern —and she refuses to stock up with anything else, because there seems to be a constant demand for them In (his city of iron and steel and dust. She has been Belling only lhal for -the past 32 years, having been inspired to do It soon ,after her husband, died in licr home town of Uerklmer, N. Y. NO FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1939 ilssed. ' ' Memphis liaplisl Hosiiil.il Mrs, Jim Brackmajj, city, a<lmit- ed. •. . • Mrs. Oliver Tiliiian, Carnlhers- ille, admitted. Memphis. AlclJicdlst Hospital Thomas Sanders, city, admitted. Memphis SI. Joseph's Hospital .Marcus Dclarosn, Osceola, »dmil- cd. Willie Cockrcll, idmilled. something., they call the Barcon Service. All they do Is wrap packages artistically. Be it a weddinp anniversary, birthday or romantic gift, the girls will package it with affectionate care and give It a handsome exterior with ribbon bows that arc to be admired. They are, taxed far beyond their strength or facilities at Christmas, naturally, but there seem to be a great many customers for their unusual service the year round. Ruby Foo is the Oriental lady who lias made n lavish Chinese banquet almost as popular as the chop suey vogue around here. Nol only docs Khc i un Iwo successful restaurants,' launched a; but she also - lias home, service that brings In a steady how of receipts. With a weH-argfinlzed delivery sei vice, she takes orders for Chinese, dinners by phone and sends them over piping hot, providing that the destination Is within a reasonable radius. MII,i,ION-IWU,Alt AUTHOU ON TKN-CBNT INVESTMENT The "I Helped to Discover John Steinbeck" club never will have to launch a drive for membership. Ol literary Magcllans who claim (lit honor, there ai-e many. But the man who DID discover (he hottest writing (alent of the decade prefers (he quiet background. He is Pascal Covici, the 'publisher. . Covici's . discovery of Steinbeck started in R second-hand bookshop In Chicago where for ten cents he bought an earlier volume by the obscure writer. The book had been marked down from two dollars ant worth many thou-1 j ifly ccntSj because of the lack of too, serves the deb- demand for it, and Covici reasoned that he coiifdu't go far wrong foi a dime. He was so excited about the book after reading it on the train fron the Loop to New York, that he made inquiries about the author No one seemed to know much— care • much — about the abscuv Sleihbeck except Covici, so lie un del-look to look him up himself. FOR THESE GIRLS k Speaking of women at work, I've to time a few Jr-rtainmcnts, while Mrs. Charles S'T , ? OI Morchcid dramatic coumelor wrote col «^ d '">'" and dnccted the gala Count). I"iir 1 " Ct ? s °" ,"": ° c , cl 'P a "°» a ' oddities nd caimval at which ,mm gucsls . llla( ' the lB(tles navc becn explDlt were present. .iiixora Society — Personal Ing. Now there arc three damsels Charles Corkran, who has been in the' Marine corps the past lour years, anil was stationed in Hono- immcd Anna Coyle, Carol Jackson and I ranees Puccjni who are poms-all right with a'/service they 'calV Sidow ilk' Tours'." '."• \ " '." They Inko visitors around on a sightseeing Junket of ttic town- oil foot—and the girls are foot| sore but prosperous. Nor was it easy for them to start this umis- imi practice, because the city de- Carlos and Marie, ot Flint, Mich., are visiting Mrs. Green's parents, .ulu the past eighteen months, and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Owen. 3an Frnncisco since April,-has arrived home for a- Jarenfs, Mr. and CorkraiK Mrs. Bob Green Curiosity Trails Cal NEW ORLEANS (UP)—Curiosity caught .n cat, but didn't kill it. The cat leaped Into an open slot on a vending machine here. The slot was one-way. It couldn't get out, until the owner o! the mn- Jiine removed a partition. "Jasper," n blacu Dear at Copeland Lake Lodge, Rocky Mountain National Park, drinks as many as three dozen bottles of pop In a single day. TERM I NIX TERMINATES * TERMITES BRUCE-MEMPHIS --"We better s-p-e-1-1." • •- , , •"What for?'She can't even t-a-l-k yet," Gems lo the Movie* on a FREE f _ .TICKET! $M Trade here ind **s;i-v get ftee tickets to -/.; ' either Rltz r.r /yi Rosy Thealies nt ff our expense. ' V SIO iu Trafla Adult Ticket 55 In Trade — Junior Ticket RITE PRICE STORES 111 E. .Main 320 W. .Mi Ants in the KitchenCupboard? . Itctc'n ko* to i 5 d rid olrtera . Flnt , Vr< p sMvr, I «ijd cupboards It« ol food vul&n. iti», , „ • That » whjl BUrjcH »nt«. Stcm.1, s <-i , ,4, , i Hi* Dnnd 1 Insect I'owlw. Sprinkli il ,,,Ml ojpboart rt<»r, (n cotncii.nd >!«,, (i,»i,A rtcn ot .hflm; also bwk o( o n ,l Vnlcri l" Vnit, stove nnd TcrtlccrBtor. Bliy It MJ mvKjs, j.jck o[ RW! umlcr Build powltr bain-m b«*tfn the » . where «y the toujt. nirinklo B« li.-ar.d rowdsr atoMnd ant kote, »h«- e^-ei they are found. Ucpcal ij-, j n ywi'lt toon bo trc« ol ».r,la BM Btard m\\s> Mli t»u, toichcs itia clhrr ctmHtt in- »ccl« quick — yet il'ipntfrtly ssffl lo us€ around Ihc houv?. ln»fit on Ihc s«milr,c Dw llrarwl Inwcl Po^-d«r— (T. IKl red an4 yellow csn. Il'icotd with a yuaratllsi of •cti^dfifiin or j-our nonry tact. ' NOTEl Vou can c!<o Ittll anil mi,*.,. e» via a» gtn and moiquibiu, vdlk ilti Braod ;«««( Stray. Rtul ii,«|,i M 0 J ,''',' Miss Fina Woods who is taking visit with his «• business course - in Memphis Mrs. Charlie spent the week-end with her par- I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wood, and children, mauds that all guides'must be li- At The Hospitals Hlytheville Hospital ..Mrs. Fred Oliver, city,- admitted Billy joe Jean, city, admitted. Walls Hospital Mack Ray, Stceie, admitted. Mrs. T. B. Kralt, Warden, dismissed. Mrs. Odie.Beck Palmer, city, dismissed. ' J . : . : \ . . Bobby Jo Cook, Kennctl,' dis- PHONE 205 KORYOUK POULTRY Nice, fat hens oiid fryers & other . poultry at all times. iVE DRESS AND DELIVER FREE! STICKLER-GOODWIN CO. 406 E. Main I,ut:k Answers First Call CLEVELAND, O. (UP)—William Harshaw, chemical company jresidcnt, who never had. won a prize, was persuaded to put 50 cuts into a lottery. He did—and t returned him a $1,008 check. Coolest Spot in .Town* Watch Society P»f r Of Courier Newi F«» Fret Show Gaeiti $ s S S 5 •$ § FRIDAY, JULY 21 75 0001) REASONS Why Yon Should Attend RlHlinec or Night s $• s. Million Dollar Legs Jackie Coofran & Betty Grablc Also selected shorts Admission Matinee lOc & 2Gc ' Admission Night IGc & 36o Saturday NEW TBiHLLS! KEW PREVIEW OF THE NEW Small with "CUITMNSION^ FAHWAU-A ii tJae bigg«H riewi m lh« Ifoclor bt/l»neit ^eie dayi, M'i a powerful, fiogDltlng, oi^pLf^p&^e liodor — tbe greof nev/ value in I Vie S500 t!o)il Here Monday, July 24th 1-'30 P. M. to 6:00 P. M. We have arranged to have Harvester's new small FARMALL-A on display for a few hours at our store on the above elate. It's so much in demand Jiesc days that ive can't keep it here long, bui our specially arranged PREVIEW will give you a chance to see and get acquainted with the tough little brother of the famous Farmalls. <• •Find out about "CULTI-VISION," the grca(cst time, crop, and man saver ever built into n traaor. Sit in the seat and see what this new feature means to you. Find out about the low price, the simple quick-attachable machines, the handsome appearance, and the design thai lets you be comfortable when you drive the new FARMALL-A. Conic in and see the tractor that cracks the 1-row all-purpose market wide op«n— the new tWcCfini/ick-Deering FARMALL-A, with "CULTI-VISION"! ; ' . Delta Implements, Inc. 312 S. Second St. . Phone 802 Also cartoon dt serial '.'Oregon Trail.". Ccnd'iuinlis show. Adinix.'irn, till 5:00 p.m. Iflc * Me Admission after 5 p.m. llic *• 3'c Sunday-Monday ,-ilso Faranioiinl News .t Comedy C'mitiniiniis show Sunday Mm. fun. Mat.'* N'ighf 16c It 3Gc ni. Monrtny Malinci: lOc Jt-?.fic ROXV Admission »Iw.\ys t*o & Z6c Matlncc* Frt.rSat.rSan. SATURDAY From Texas' «-ilh Tex-'Rilter. (The Singing Cowboy). Also Carlo™ & srrisl 'Kawk of Ihc Wilderness." Continuous shoiv. Sunday - Monday of FEAR WIUIAMGARQAN . IftENt M6RV6Y, : ' A W£|l' UNIVERSAL PICTURE . 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