The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1938 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 5, 1938
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PAGE TWO 6LYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, 'APRIL 5, 1938 Many Women Attending District Convention 'COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket Will Admit A. B. Hall and Companion 1024 Clilckasawba —»6 fac— BITZ THEATER — la see— '"The Eiff Broadcast of 1938" Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Morning session ot the Forrest, City DUirfcl Fwltnfttou 'of Women's clubs meeting »l Woman's club al 0:00 o'clock. Wednesday bridge club inert ing with Mrs. W. H. Mlnyarcl. Mrs. Buford Martin having Hie Ladies' Bible Study of Hie Church of. Christ. Mrs. Charles Wylie linvlng Ihc Wednesday Contract elub. Sudbury Parent Toucher association meeting at sc'.ioo! at 3:C3 o'clock, preceded by executive board at'2:30 p.m. EVENTS Bits of New* Mostly Personal Mrs. Ejlwco:! Baker cf Dormott, sbove, president ol the Arknusns Mrs O W. McCutchen entertain- Federation of Women's clubs, spoke fit the morning session of the ins- trict convention in session here Icriay am! Wednesday. Ing Tmirsday Contract, club. Mrs. A. Conway entertaining MM-VVeek Bridge club. Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. Byron Morse. Mrs. O. \V. Gatdgan having First Methodist church yesterday afternoon. The mission study wns taught l>y Thurs'day Afternoon club. Yoii'ig Women's Missionary so-j Mrs. L j_,, Hubsncr, who • clety of tnt 1 First Church Nnzarene. [ ze( j the study book. 'Thirnl ftm- iHfieirJig with Mrs. Jftck Parker J e i-icn." Mrs. S. J. Tnnkcrsley plny- at'7:30 p.m: cd ft nlauo iolo, Woman's Foreign Missionary so-1 Tlie group will meet, nt the ciely .of First Church, Nazarene.'dmi-cli next Monday for n program Miss Elizabeth McLean and hotiscgucst. Miss Virginia Moscly, of IX'Kalb, Miss., who have been ;"ending their spring vacation with Miss McLean's parents. Dr. an:l Mrs. U. C. McLean, liuve returned to Columbus. Miss., where they attend Mississippi State College for Women. Rufseli Phillips nnd (laughter Betty, plan lo leave laic today 01 Xarly in the morning for Nash villo, Tenn.. to !)(• wltli Mis. Phillips' mother. Mrs. George n. Cal homi, whose condition became verj ciilicnl this morning. Mrs. Phillip Is already there. Mrs. Jessie Illdcnour and dnugli ter. Miss Anna, arc in Memphi tcrlay. Mis;, Anna has returned t tile crippled Adult:; hospital Per a'a terration for severnl .-lays. Mr, and Mrs. O. C llobsiii'ier. 0 Washington. D. C., Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Teller, of Little nock, and Mi and Mrs, W. M. Wallace, of Wilsov were the Sunday guests of Mr. an< Mrs. Ed Williams. Mrs. Thomas B. Aliison and daughter, Miss Marian, and son. Tommie, and Bob Wlillclo?k, of District President ) vlllc: Mrs. J. A. Enrich anij Mrs. Alex East, Ijolli of T'jTon/,3. Mrs. John' N, Edrinjjton, Mrs, Edwin llevens, Mrs. W. U. Dinning, Urinkley; Mrs. Rex Wheeler uuu Banks, Mrs. W. E. Hunt, Mrs. E. II. nurns, Mrs. B. \V, Facknnl, Mrs. J, II. Lovowcll. all of Osccola; Mrs. T. K. Brewer, of Hughes. Mrs. E. E. Procter, Mrs. Edgar Hollan, Mrs. Mints Garner. Mrs. AHicrt Homer, Mrs. G. C. Hollan, . ... , , [Mrs. E. E. Turner. Mrs. II. K. Bav- Uoyd Ward ^tird j wj ,, k .,„ „, Wj , 1)m ,. Mrs Edn c Dllalush. Mrs. Ksiil. Jackson, Mrs. E. M. Waller, Mrs. O. W. McAulry, Mr.s. Paul liernlmml, all of West Memphis. Mrs. A, J. Hliarpc. Mrs. C. li. Elliott, l»lh of Marked Tree; Mrs. Chicago, spent the weekend with Mrs. O. lj. Robinson, of Earle, is president of the Forrest City Dis- ttlct Federation of Women's clubs, which is having its annual convention here today nnd Wednesday. Litzelfelncr's parents. Dr. and Mrs. S. P, Mai-tin, for some time. They spent Saturday in Cariithersvllle with Mr. LiUelfelncr's parents and (CoiUlnuod Irom Pa;-e One) during the past year, and in a song, was accompanied by Mrs. fjoimki WcrU, of Osccola. Other musical numbers were given by Mrs. Murray Smart, of this city, who played an organ solo, and Miss Ella Turner of Earlc, who K Russell Fair presented Ihc slate and national hags, Mr.s. John I. Jones, of Forrest City, led in Hie reading of (lie club collect, nnd the liev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor of Die First Dnpllst church, said the invocation. Mrs. John f, Jones of Forrest City, treasurer, assislcd In Hie presiding, and Mrs. Basil Segfavcs, of Osccola, acted as recording secretary. Reports were nteo included in ihis session. , • "liuHflerencc is the gi-eaU'sl curse of today," Mrs. O, L. Robinson of Earle. president of thej district federation, .«iid in lie) < morning address to the group when she spoke en "Construction nt Ihe Cross Roads." She urged Ihc group lo ignore Ihc forces of Indifference, doubt and pessimism which stand at cu'ry crossroad and which would lead the club- women awrty from doing llieii 1 part in making Ihrir community the kind of place in which they would G. U. Segraves, Mrs. Donald Worlvi, Mrs. George AUroy, Mrs. O. Il.lMrs. Mrs. B, L. Ross, all of Helena; Mr. mid Mrs. K. S. Dudley, of Dyess; tiwocd Baker, of Dermott; W. 11. McCain, of Cotton Plant; Mrs. Porter L. Slnillz, of Kl) 15. COOK Announces lieiuoval <jf Ills Olfice From Hale Bldg. lo Ingram Bldg., 10G S. rirst si. daughter, Mary Berry, of Marion. Everything for your enter tainment and comfort. Admission Matinee lOc & iCo Admission Nli'ht 16o & 36o THE AWFUL PRICE YOU PAY FOR BEING NERVOUS R Crawfov(1 , s , n Mcln _ - returned here Saturday night, for ' ll-,c Cotillion Club dance. They ^turned to their home in Colum- meeting nt church at 2:30 o'clock. !itrs. James H!U entertaining Double Deck Bfldga club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Dorcas class of First Baptist dmrch meeting ut church nt 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. Sam Head and Mrs. J. ' M. Gillespie as hostesses. Literary department of Woman's ' meeting . 2:3D o'clock nl club house. EUn'K'ood Cemetery association in ee ting witli Mrs. Neill Reed at 2:3o o'clock. • ' SATURDAY'S. EVENTS Children of Confederacy meeting with Ruth Paddlson, 2:00 o'clock. meeting. * • • Ha;: Vanishing Tea Parly Miss Chnrlcs Jones was hostess to eight, of her friends Saturday night at the home of Mrs. Ross D. Hughes. This bridge parly was one in n series sponsored by the junior senior Parent Teacher association which wns started several weeks ago. Each of the 10 members of the Executive board is to entertain eight, guests, who in turn, entertain four. TWs is lo be continued until the tea has "vanished." Irises and spirea ant! tulips were used to decorate the Hughes' home. Tallies in the Easter motif reminded the guests of the coming rabbit day. 'A salad plalc was served at the conclusion of the bridge giimes In which Miss Grace PheVps wns pi c- Wells of tuI here te proud to live and real- families. An instructive talk in which (l:c| purpose of the federation was cx- plnincd as being a means of coordinating all clubs was made by Mrs. Elwooil linker of Dermott. president of the Arkansas Fcd-j tmlion cf Woman's clubs. She] explained that the business in life Is not to get ahead of somebody effc but to get ahead of one's self. That, Mrs. Baker said, is the true Kenelt. Meal. In closing, she urged "Let] as fhis where she will undergo a ton-,\jia Sunday, sllcctiuuy. MISS Rozellc Mrs. Herman Matthews, Airs. E. ' slJ( ,|,t the M. Holt, Mrs. John Ucen, Mrs. Frank Wliltwortli, Miss Pcnrl B" est of hcr Graves-and Miss Nell Harris re- Wells. j Out of town delegates registered j turned last, night from St. Louis | Miss Patty Shane and her house- Ut die morning session were: . \vith~can k»-(,|i you r.wahe tiik;hl5 UTl'l roll you of KCoJ (italtb, j^uod timea and jol,?. Wlial you Klitiulcl try is a lutticubrly KOO<J u'OHiin'a taut —:mi! roulii you :isk lor anything \v!ios" iK-ncfits :irc hcttcT proved lh.M» thai ivorliMatnous Lydia K. I'inhhatti'e \Vgflahle Conipoun'i? L<:L it3 whplpsome horl'S untl ri]OW h^tp Nattire calm your hhriektfiK net vra, lono up your syilci/i, j;ivR more energy ami ruaVc lite worth living again. ftore than a million women have w- iwrteil iTtielil—«hy not let I'mkham's <.-on)[>o\)nj) h*'l() YOU, tn.i, lo BO "smiling lljni" Uyini; tirnw liks it liar, oilier Cralelul women EOT the. past ;I genera- lions? IT MUST HE GOOD! GRAHD DftDS Peaberry COFFEE Always Fresh Buy a Package Today ACAIN THIS YliAU \VK WIU, UK Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests TONIGHT FOU AUTO SKAT COVEUS the S' 0111 ci » l(ile s!li "?, forth that mny mfuiellcc ™ othCT club f01 ' ister, Miss TSclma i vc thc ,. BMOU j ights ." Iirxgene Forbes Will Wed William T. Voungr .The marriage of Miss Imogens Forbes, daughter. of B. T. Forbes, of Black Oak. Ark., to' William Irbing Young, son of Mrs. Eunice Ydunj, will be solemnized Easter Sunday at the' Dlack Oak Methodist church at 4:36 p.m. Tlie Rev. ti. S. Schuster, pastor of" the Jonesboro Presbyterian church will read the service The bride elect was graduated from the Jonesbovo high school and later attended Arkansas Slate College there where she became affiliated with the boltu Beta Chi sorority. She came .here this past summer to make her lioino with her sister. Mrs. George Stickler, and Mr. stickler. Aiter graduation from the city high school, Mr. Young was connected with the Arkansas Missouri' Power corporation. He recently accepted a position with the Farmers Bank and Trust company. Miss Margaret I'ruitt Will IVeil On Easter Day Mrs. Carra Pruitt, of Armorel. announces the engagement ol her daughter, Miss Mary Margaret, lo, 1 Wallace Sttaw of Armorel, former-! hospital, Memphis. . where they attended the Mississippi guest. Miss June Piiliod. of Plains- , Mrs, Jo T. Trice. Mrs. R. H. Dud- Volley Beauty nnd Fashion show, field, N. J.. who Iwve been spend- - . .. ., Miss Laura Hale and a school- ing their spring vacation with Miss mate at Mississippi Stale College Shane's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ce, for Women in Columbus, who have c u Shane, left last night tor [been spending their spring vacation pcughkcepsie, N. Y., where they with Miss Halc's parents, Mr. and, -..—.. Mrs. E. L. Halo, returned to school yesterday. Miss Bess Williams, ol Bowling Green, Ky., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Nash. Mrs. Jess Hefner, who has been ill at her home for several days, is now able to be up. Mis;; Evelyn Small, who attend:; Mississippi State college for Women at Columbus, has returned to sohcol after having spent her spring vacation with her parents, cnte'tl 1 hosier} 1 for the .high prize. JMr. and Mrs. J. H. Smart, jr. 1' * * • ' ! Jamc.s Edwards, who iindcny W.. M. U. Hoard Meets ..Sixteen members of the executive bomd of the Woman's Missionary union of the First Baptist church met ut the home of Mrs. Tom W. Jackson Friday afternoon when Mrs. E. W. Simmons was co-hostess. The meeting wns presided over by Mrs.-H. H. Brooks.-Mrs.-E, B :lenvent nn appendectomy at the Blylhnvllle hospital over a week ngo, is improving rapidly at his home. Miss Jiianita Smith, who ha, been quite ill lor three weeks, ib .unimproved today, She is now at the Blylhevllle hospital. •Miss Jeanne Harrison and Wil liam Harrison, who have beei spending their spring vacation will "and Mrs. Murray Smart, In closing A desscrl plate of strawberry Ehortcakc topped with whipped cream, mils and colTcc wns served. ly of Arkadelphia. The wedding will be solemnized in the Armorel Baptist church Easter Sunday following the evening church services. The Rev. C. L. Bishop will read the ceremony. Miss Prtiitt was graduated from the -city high school last year. Shej is well known in religious circles' because of her work in the Baptist Association of Mississippi county, having served as junior and intermediate leader of this group for four years. Mr. Shnw. who received his later education at Ouachiln College in Arkadclphia. came to Annortl atout. a y?ar_ago lo be connected with 'the Woods brothers in their fanning interests, lie is a leader in Baptist church activities. * • » Kocrety -Meets The Rev. Otis Andrews led tru devotional at the meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of the Wootlsoil led in the opening pniyov l 'i eiv l>t>rchts. Mr. and Mrs. Zal B Harrison, nnd family, returned t Henilrlx college at Conway ycster day allemoon. Mrs. C. O. Graves and Mrs. Huffman will accompany O. D Grimes to Tennessee tomorro' whcra he will join Mrs. Cirime who Is visiting in Parsons. Mr Graves will visit relatives Huhcnwalcl while Mrs. HulTina will visit relatives in Lylcs. The will return Thursday. Joe Lltv.elfelncr, of Cohmibi Mo., arrived Friday niglil to joi Mrs. Lilzelfehicr and son. Joe Ma tin. wlio have been visiting Mr At the Hospitals Mrs. W. T. Burns underwent an <""?raHcn yesterday at the Blylhc- ville hospital. rrfrs. i;nester Hiiburn. of Kclscr. is a uatlcnl at the 81. Joseph's Mis. Jonu Ucb?rls. ol Holland, has been admit led lo the Memphis Methodist hospital. e .students at Vabsar college. Mrs. A. E. Hu'nl'lcy, Mrs. Lou ckcls. Mrs., J. B. Lippitt and uldien, "Buddy" and Anne, and r. an;l Mrs. Jack Huntley and n, Jack, all of Memphis, were ic Sunday Quests of Mrs. H. R. ranrton and family and Mr. nnd G. Ci. Hnbbard and family. ley, Mrs. J. L. Burns and Mrs. R. M. Whitley, all of Jonesboro; Mrs. James Cranor. Mrs, George P. Walker, and Mrs. John S. Jones, all of Forrest City; Mrs. J. P. Jacobs, of Grider; Mrs. Charles Lam: •UK1 Mrs. W. J. Ludwig, both or Wilson. Mrs. O. L. Robinson. Mrs. W. N. Holt, Miss Ellii Turner. Mrs. J. T. Irby, Mrs. B. L. Smith, all of Earlc; Mrs. A. E. Robinson, Miss Mac Anderson, .Mrs. John Bcurdcn, an<l Mrs. GLENCOE BARBER SHOP Karl L'. X'arkcr, Prop. Okncoc Hotel ISldfj. v "KXrKKT Thesecieis of a woman's penitentiary revealed!^ ^r IS 10\V PAT'l'KUNS ^ NEW STYUKS A-NHW PHiCES To iiKiku rnoin for our ni stock of scat i overs \ve n closing out ouv pi'cscnt block below ecsl prices. IN TOIIAV. . SAVt 50% WHILE THEY I,AST. TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. 301 Walnut' rhonc us SALLY"EILERS LOUIS HAYWARD ANNE SHIRLEY i i Call or wiifo the new Chatls Sludio. Consul! a Chatis Fiqyre Slylhl oboi>t your appcoiance. You can now have the smad, ilendetiicd figurc,the poise and caitiage fot which this season's fashionable diesscs aie designed- Re- . member — fhi; Chatis mefhoo of figwe • impTOVcment is diftcienl Erom anything you've ever fried 1 . You con t get ihe same iciutls anywhere else — al any price. 'Phone 01 wn'fc, MRS. C. F. MICHAK1, 1105 W. Ash Street Blythcrlllc "Kxt-lusivc l)istril»utor for Mississippi Cniinty" To increase il'i senatorisvl repve- scntation in Washington. Texas lias the right lo divide itsclt into live slates, without asking permission from Congress. Meats and Groceries At A Savings Shop and Save Here We pay Highest 1'riccs on Poultry ;it all Times. GAMES MKT, 118 W. Main St. rhone 113 "1 WELCOM1 DELEGATES TO THE CONVENTION OK THE .DISTRICT HilMiKATIO'N OK \YOJIEN'S CLUIJS We i'n'vilu .vou lo make tlic Noble your lutnd- tjiiaiiers'during .your slay in BIylhuville. \ Hotel Noble "WJt€rc llospitaiiiy. Is a Reality." New- Top Hat Cleaners OI'KN M'UDNliSDAY, AI'UIL u' SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY PRICES Km- THIS \VKh'K ON1.V in r.rilcr I" .-ir<|ii;ilnl ooi- NBW. HK1HEK <M.'<M'l'" - V Cl.KAXINO :ivp offtrinx tl« foUowiiif; special ittiiTs. ' i\r \Vcit- Suits, O'eoals, Oresses CLEANKI) AND IM<liSSBI) HATS Cleaned § Blocked CA.SU AND CAUKY O|{ DKI.IVKItKI) AI.I. WOKK crAHANTtiKl) \Vc arc definitely NOT "ml price." cleaners liiit arc ot- tering ttiis special sale for IYntQ)HJCTOHY I'UlU'OStiS OM'V. Top Hat Cleaners Phone 696 411 W. Main Clias. Oingcrith, Jlgr. E. M. Eaton, WITH AlCAK THAT'S READY TO tfcO-SADlO FICTUEE" nirectedby £«v Lenders. Prcdttced by Rchctt Sisi. Stcfy and screen a!af l>f Ltcr.elltouwr. Also Sttcolcrt SJiorls Admission Matinee )0c & 2lic Admission Night IGe & 3fic Weds. - Thurs. grade of heat-resisting MobiM (or your motor with Alnrthii Rave, Hen Hint', Shirley Ross, Dorothy l.;i- niDtir, l.ynnc Overman, Rufe Davis, l.cif Erikson, Grficc lifiidley, Tito Guizur, and Shop Fields ;md his Rippling Rhythm Orchestra. Also selected short i- I'iirainvuiil News. Admission Matiiicc 10c 16c * ROXY Admission always I0c & 26c. Matinees Saturday & Sunday Only Mobil Gear Oil for your transmission 0-Fresl, MobH Gear OH (or your ** diKcrential ,-Wlcbilgrease for Ihc chassis tore> rfst heat, water and pressure L _ P owcrfu. t anti-Knock MoHU.s > for better summer m.leage 7 keep H clean _,r,specl and check battery f?i-cnt to have, n cm llml's ready to go uticn yo\i arc .. . n nir llial yon can drive leu or a tliinisaud niilrsivitlioiil misgivings. 'Hip kind of service you get from your milimiobilc depends i][ii)ii llir. kind of oil, Inlirication niid gasoline you give jt. The liglil wciglil oils uiul greases you used for quirk winter starling are mn snilalile fnr liol weather driving. Clnuiccs arc your winter oil is dirty ;tml ililnled from frequent choking. That's wliy iMagiiolia Dc.ilcrs arc rrady to SUMMKRI/Jvyoiir car with ihe 7 ini'iurlmil scrvicrs listed at the left, It means safer driving—more pleasant driving all summer long. Last Times Today 'Assassins of Weds. - Thurs. PAL NIGHTS! Two Admitted fcr the 1'ricc ill I SHOOT TO KIUI Dangerous Convict Gone Change Now fo Summer Gracfe , By Sing Sing 1 . KV ... Fe«rt«8 WARDEN /LEWIS E.UWES A WARNER BROS. PICTURE A COSMOPOLITAN PROD'N biroct«d by FRANK MCDONALD SifHaBn b; Ctm Kilfcr a* ft«ti tMn, Xrtvclly short .& Comedy

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