The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1938 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 6, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURSER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 0, i938 ; ' COURIER NEWS TICKET Tfaif Tfcket Will Almlt Mr. and Mrs. Boy Walton Ark K1TZ nKATER —to aet-r- "The Big Broadcast of 1938" Social Calendar EVENTS Mrs. O. W. McCulchen entertaining Thursday Contract club, Mrs A Conway entertaining Mld-Week Bridge club.' Thursday Limchcon club meet ing with Mrs. Byron Morae. 'Mrs. C. W. Garrigan hnvini Thursday Afternoon club. Youug TftomciVs Missionary so ciety of the Tirst Ohurcli Naznrcm meeting «'ltli Mrs. Jack Pa rice at 7:30 pm. Woman's Foreign Missionary so ciety of First Church, Nanarcne meeting at 'church at 2:30 o'clock .Mrs. James HiU critertotnltiE Double Deck Bridge club. FRIDAY'S ' EVENTS Stated meeting of O. E. S. a Hall Dorcas class of First Baplls church meeting at church at 2:3 pm with Mrs. Sam Head nud Mrs J. M. Gillesple as hostesses. literary department of Woman 1 club ^meeting 2:39 o'clock at olu house. Elmwood Cemetery assoclsUloi meeting with' Mrs. Neill Reed a 2;30 o'clock. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Children of Confederacy in ing uith Ruth Pnddison, 2iO o'clock. Federation Entertained With Fine Arts Luncheon .The fireplace at -the womnn club and the windows on cue side, were banked in irises and spt rea when the Fine -Arts lunclieo was-served' nt the V/o man's clu yesterdaj as a part of the prograi of .the Forrest City district Fed oration cf Woman's clubs nicelin her? jcslorday and. today. Spitgs of hardy phlox and,spire Tiere arranged vertically down tl] center of the long tables where tii lunch was served. This arrange ment \vas Intercepted. at intervals by boils of red tulips tit id while narcissuses. Attractive hand painted placecards of « spring flower against a blue background were used in carrying out ihe floral ino- lif Mis B. A. Bugs was chairman of the decoration ,cdrnmttlce for the convention. ' "'•'•''• ' Mrs. B. L. Ross, of Helena, district Fine Arts chairman, was in charge of the program. Robert Evans, of Helena, sans, am! Miss Hesalyn Alundt, of Helena, played oon at tlieir home on North Slxtli reel. Mrs. Travis was formerly ttss Cleo Ozmcivl, Tlie baby, who weighed 10 pounds' ', bhih, has not yd been named. Plans Arc Made "or Coining: Year Plans for entertaining the I'res- lytory which meets here April vere made Monday afternoon ul a business meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of Llii! First Presbyleriim' church. Mrs. Znl B. llnrrlsoii, newly elected president, presided at this first meeting of the year when plans were made for the future work of the organization. Sets Endorsement 01 Coiivejitiou • Osceola Society — Personal Mre. Siillcngor Gives l.uiii-lican. The Thursday Bridge club was iilcitaincd nl n one o'clock luncheon in (he home of Mis. C. 13.' Stillengcr with (lie table centered with jonquils nnrt pink rtog- \vcod. The place cards had ]on- qui'.s and tulips as decorations,. High score uvyard was won by Wrs. Ruth Hn:-. 1 Carlisle. Mrs Joe Crotnor was the oily tuesl. Mis. rcrrin lioslesx Splrea, iris and tulips were uesd In decorations of Ilic I'crrln home for the one o'clock luncheon ami bridge party Thursday. Corsii. of lilly of the valley were given its -fnvors. A Japanese ivator hot- tie was given Mre. J. L. Ward for high sccre. Mrs. Dwlglit H. Blnck- wcod won an Ice pitcher as consolation. • * » Attends Convention lit New Vork. Dr. L. D. Mnsse-y and Mrs. Mas- soy left Thursday night for New York city lo attend the nnni|nl convention of the American College of Phy.siciiiiw of which he Is a member. They will be guests :it the Waldorf-Astoria and Mrs. MitEsey will ntlcnd the meetings planned for Hie wives of the mem- Mrs. W. II. McCain, of Collor Plant, first vice president oi tin Arkansas Federation oi Women's chits, was uiinnlinowily endorse* for the state presidency by the For rest city Federation nl the after noon session of that group yesler day. bers, They be about wo weeks and will visit Waslilng- on nml Flillndelpliln. * e » Mrs. C. M, Harwell, Mrs. C. L. iloorc. Mrs. D. S. Limey, Miss ;allicrlnc Harwell and Miss Nell Rhodes left Thursday for Ihe the violin. Both accompanied by musicians were Miss Mundt's mother, Mrs. Sclig Mimdt. Mrs. Russell Parr, Mrs. rpaul L. Tipton, and Mrs. George. Lee, accompanied by Mrs. Murray Smart, sang the trio..arrangement of Oley .Speaks' '.'Morning", following which Mrs. Ellsworth Turner, of Vanndale, read. "-W.arnen of the Bible" as the concluding number on the program. : .* " *" * Will Have Bake Sale The Jewish Ladies' Aid will spon- ser a-"bake sale" Saturday at 11:00 o'clock in the former Pat O 1 Bryant Jewelry store location, 311 West jlfliri street. 'Jatchez ^ Pilgrimage. the morning. An effort is bein made lo secure park officials permit boat riding on the lake the afternoon. Mrs. W. C. Hi|;ginson read th •minutes in the absence of the sec retfiry. following which Mrs. Ko. D. Hughes, treasurer, gave her re port in which she staled mciubet ship dues has been cent to natioi nl headquarters for reuistratio Jack Applebaum, finance chat man, in his report Announced tlin 550,85 had been contributed townspeople Girl Scout coming year. for the promotion activities during tl Miss Charles Jones (;avc tl troop lenders' report lo Ihe coin oil "in which they suggested II clay cimip project. At (he cot •elusion of discussion regarding th report, the budget suggested >nntlQrml headquarters was adoplc. and amendments lo the cotiKtit tlon wore discussed. Scout News Boys Girls At the Hospitals Miss Mabel Murray was admitted to (he BIythevillc liospilai yealcr- tlay for an operatic:!. . Miss . Thelma Larkin was ad- nilitctl to Ihc Dlythevllle hospilil yoslcrday for an 'operation. ;<John:.feistr. Coach James VVosl- eficld, Mre. Fred Crockett, Miss Mildred Svvnii and Miss Robbie Qownn spent the week end at !amp Unaka at Monleaglc, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. White, for, merly of Wilson, have moved lo Osceola iiiul arc at home with . , Mrs. Dei-nice Cart-wright. Mr. Mo - W'1 S dismissed Irom the Hly-1 days. Bits of New* Mostly Personal ^^ , ,i i~*~n Mrs. W. A. Dobyns, Mrs. It. c. 'Ion ami Mrs. E. L. Spradlcy wont Monillon. Ark., today for the tid luinunl convention of the Ark- isiis i'resbyterial. They will rein Friday. Mrs. J. A. Leech, who was cx- totcd to return home Tuesday om n Memphis hos|)llal, will •obnbly return tomorrow. Mrs, Claude Stewart itnd daugl: r, Palsy, of Cariithersville. arrlv- I Monday lo visit friends for w days. Mrs. King Matthews rcturnci timlay from Hot. Spiing.s where ic had been for several weeks. Mrs. E. J. Browne, who has beer i a critical condition at the Mem his Methodist hospital for aoim ime, has ben removed from tin xygcn tent and is much improv (I. Orion Mis. Brown's roturn fron he hospital, the Browne fatnil viil move Into tlieir home at 81 Vest Ash street. Mr. and Mrs. Ar lnir Hushing, who have been liv ng there, Imve moved to the iTiirthn Lane liome at 710 West Ash street. Mrs. J. T. Hall and son, Jlmtnlc, of Hcrnando, Miss., wlio formally Ivcd here, .sjicnt the weekend with Mi, and Mrs. J. D. McDowell and family. Dan McLean, who attends Ark- insa.s Stflte college at Jonesboro, ,pcnt the weekend with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. D. C. McLean. Mr. and Mis. Hurry Klrby arc spending today In Memphis, E. M. BarkovJCs and son, Robert, of Pprtagcville, and Mr. anil Mrs. I auis Graucr, of Corning, were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. Jlcdei. Miss Dorothy Wilson and Marion Gray, of Memphis, were the t'ljcsti of Mr. dray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray. Sunday. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Snipes who spent the day With Mrs. Snipes' rmrcnts, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Chambers. Mrs. George Smith returned yesterday from St. LouLs where she attended the Mississippi Valley Beauty and Fashion show. Mrs. Charles Levy, of lyjs An- gclcs, Calif., who was called U> Memphis some lime ago be:ansc of llic critical illness of her aunt. Mrs. Ate SmnmeiTield. who later died, 1ms arrived to be Ihc guest oi her trollioi', Walter Rc.jcnthnl, ami family for ten days. Jack Walkln, of St. Louis, attended to business here today. Mr. and Mre. R. L. Porter, of Joncjiwro. who formerly lived here, I have attended lo business and vis- Triiui) H9 lo Meet The newly organized Troop W of lie Boy Scouts will meet in the iiiscmcnt of the First Methodist :hurch ut 7:30 lonighl. All boys of Kconllng 11^0, who arc nlcrcsled In scout work whether he, become members of this troop or not, are Invited U) attend this uceting, It was announced liy Dale Miller. Kcoulniastcr. today. Plans for the Girl Scouts ol Blytlicvlllc for this year will lie nade loniglit at a meeting of the Gill .Scout Coiyicll at 7:30 o'clock it Ihe city hall. All members of Ihc Council :<re ,irgc:l to attend (his meeting. tic at agreed lo details. Tlic service 30 a.m. Tiie ministers also „ .. .„ have simultaneous vitc-aclon church ;cl|ools beginning May 30 and coti- tintiiiig fpr t w o w ceks. Oltvr breakfast mcalljii;. planned for Friday of tins are week and Tucixhiy mid Friday of next week at the I'rcsbylrrian, Christian ar/.l linptisl chnrclu's. Miss Cora Leo Cclcnmn, county homo deiuon- stralicn iisent. Is to be invited to speak on "Better Housing" at the! breakfast meeting Tuesday. There will be no dity services on Monday, but otherwise (here lie both morning and evening vices every day. The faialily record during 1937 was 1C deaths for every 100,000,000 vehicle miles of travel. This record is (he lowest in many years. ! Union Easter Service Planned By Churches A decision lo havi; a Unioi Faster service as lias been customary for the past four years wn made Tuesday morning al n mecl- ing of Ihc Ministerial association which followed a breakfast al Ihc First Methodist church for the lo- cul and visiting ministers who arc cooperating In the city-wide evangelistic meeting. The Kcv. Alfred Carpenter, pastor of the First Baptist church, [the Rev. Enpha D. Beasley, pastor |of the First Church of the Nuzu- rcnc, and (he Rev. George W. Patterson, pastor of Ihe First Christian church, wore appointed a committee to arrange die place and oilier Chas. S. Lemons Home FURNISHINGS Moderately Priced OUTDOOR Furniture Gilders colors it (In- <T siL;n.w, Showerproof awl v Waterproof ciishiuns. 095 tfl $3475 and $4.45 Evcr}'lhing for your cntei tainmcnl and comfort. Admission Mnlincc lOc & Me Admission Ni<ht ICc & 3Gc Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests Weds. • Thurs. _____________ ....... . . ........ _ ......... Mrs. A. T. Burls, of Lilhoiirn, I Ited [riencls licrc for (lie past few Hare Business End Social Meeting .Mrs. Murray Smart led Ihc de volional taXcn from the 53rd Psalm when 55 members of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church met Monday afternoon at the church for a business ami social meeting. Mrs.-H. H. Brooks was in charge of the business session. Prayer was offered 'by Mrs. R. L. Porter, o 1 Jonesporo, who formerly lived here. Circle Three served refreshments durinj the social hour which followed. S. L. Wilson Will Wed Missis, ippi Girl The "engagement of Miss Eloise Mothershcd. daughter .of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Limvood Mothorshed, of Lula, Miss., lo Samuel Lester "Wilson, of Lula and Wilson. Ark., son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Elijah Wilson, of Lula, has been announced.' .'..'• The wedding will be- solemnized April 21 at the home of the bride- elect's parents. Miss MbtrVershed was graduated from Lula-Bich high school and attended Hillman College at Clinton. Mi* Mr. Wilson was graduated from Lula-Kicli high school and is connected with the Lee Wilson Company at Wilson. Council Meets Mrs..W. J. Rogers was elected president of tr.c city council of the Parent Teachers associations Rt a meeting Monday night lit the high school library -when C. O. McKee, safety' instructor of the city schools, spoke oil "Step By Step'in safety Driving"; to sum up thd safety program which was stressed by the council during the •* year."-' 1 ; '.'•''' Other officers elected at the raecluig were: Mrs.-Henry T^ayson, fl'rtt vice president; Mrs. J. P. Friend, treasurer; Mrs. John Buchanan, secretary. •' t » * D*»fhl-!r Bom A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jos Travis yesterday after- while is associated with a local drug store. A. C. Miller of Columbus, Ohio, left Thursday for his home after; a visit of several days-with his brother, John R. Miller and Mrs. Miller. Mr. Miller met him in Hoxie and accompanied him there en his return. Mrs. F. A. white and Mrs. A. W. BOIVFII mid daughter. Jeancltc, returned Sunday from Menu. where they visited (heir sister, Mrs. L. W. Gwallncy and Mr.' Gwaltney. Mre. Sue Williamson of Memphis is here tor an extended vlsil with her sister. Mrs. p. p. Jacobs and Mnlnr .liifnlic nl n,-i,T«,. ' Uievlllc hospital yesterday. Mrs. Fred CaUKvcll was dismissed front Ihe Dlythcville hospital yesterday. Wocdrow Goodman, of Caruth- crsvllle, wns ndtnUted lo the at. Joseph's hospital, Memphis, yesterday. Mrs. Rcsa Powell, of Carulhers- villc.isa patientat Ihc si. Joseph's hospital. Memphis. E:l Counts, of Elownh, ha:; been admitted lo Die Memphis SI. Jo- scph's-hospllal. Among Iho Dlylhevillc women ivho led. yesterday for Litllc Uozk Ic atletid tlic Rintc Woman's Missionary Union convention were: Mrs. II. H. Brooks. Mrs. Theodore IiOjati. Mfs. Tom Howard.. Mrs. Tom W. Jackson, Mrs. T. -w. Jeffries. Mrs. T. E. Tale, Mrs. G. R. Boliby -Rabbins. been admitted lo Methodist hospital. cf Joiner, has the Memphis Bobby E. Dinksou. o[ Cnnilhors- Thelma Wells Elected B. & P. W. Club Head Miss Thelma Wells was ,;lnclcd president of Ilic Business and rro- fcssioml Woman's club at a meeting of thai gtoup Monday night al the Rustic Inn. Miss Wells succeeds Mrs. Winuifrcd Reynolds as head of this organization. Oilier .officers elected were: Miss Louise Simon, first vice prcsWnnl; Miss Corn Lcc Colcnum. corresponding secretary; Miss Marie Harnish. recording secretary; Mrs. W. T. Oberst. treasurer; Mrs. Frank Whitworlh. parliamentarian. Plans were made tor attending the state convention tU iiclciw. Ark.. April 22. 23. and J.4. Among the BIythevillc club members who will allend will be: Mrs. J. G Barnes, Miss Thelma Wells. Miss Lcuise Simon, Miss Clarice Little, Miss Eul;i Epperso: Following a report of tin- past year's work bingo rjames provide*' the amusement for the party at which Miss Belle Whilsilt. Mrs S. S. Slcrnfcnrg. Miss Eula Buner- son. Miss Clarice l,title and Mre H. Trumnlc were hoslrsscs. Girl Scouls Plan Day Camp At Walker Park Plans for a dny camp to be hc|< April 30 a! Walker park were Monday nljht by local Girl I Mrs. Gcrlrudc Hudspeth, ol Ca- iiUicrsvillo. has licon iidinitted to tic Memphis Uaptlsl, hospital. Alvln Ingram, of Manila, is critically Ul al Ihc Memphis Veterans lospital. Mrs. w. A. Bickerslatf was relieved lo the Husband-Wall clinic estmlay in a Holl .inibuLtncc. Marriage Licenses Only four couples liave applied nl Ihc BIythevillc cniintv clerk's met for its monthly business me ing at the city hall. The program for Ihe day's acliv GLENCOE BARBER SHOP Earl E. Parker, Trop. Glcncoc Uot'el Bide. "EXPERT MANICURING" oflirc for license lo wed during the past week. Names of Ihc conplc.s and Ihc minister or oflirer performing Hie ceremony, if Ibtcn. followi R. T. Nolan and Mrs. Carrie No- iin. both ol Racine, Wis.. by Mas- Garter, Mr:;. J. W. Uarncr, Mrs. Leslie Moore mid Mrs. Arthur Nelson. Blyllicvllle members nf tlic Young Woman's Auxiliary wiioare also attending the convention nre: Misses Delorcs PsiilmoiKls. Doris Delk. Vivian Vlckcrs. Odd- Rice. Odessa McOliec and Jeixn Carlock. £idncy plait, of Chicago, ntlenn- cd lo business litre today. O. Sliouyo, \vtio was stricken sc- rinii. 1 :)) 1 ill \vliile down to»'» yra- lerdity, is much improved today. The condition of Mrs. W. 'I'. IliiniK, vvlio lias been critically 111. is slightly improved today tcllow- ing an operutlon performed several days a:;o. She is »l Ihc BIythevillc hospital. islrate T. L. Cnssidy: Narvci Stover, of Cnruthcrsvillc. and Miss Fannie Lenj of Manila; James W. Leach nud Mrs. Beatrice Lewis, both oi Ucll. by Magislrale A. E. 'I'alc: iIcTO(\r<l Cox and Miss Pearl Crotls, both of Huffman. % BIG BROADCAST $2.99 """ $7.95 $3.97 :U1 " $8.95 s - Linoleum rms(ri)njv's Linoktim elimimiles t-rnis in .vwir floor. Why not im't>sli(>;i(e (he cost ;iiid laslittg (jtiitlity of Afnislrons'.s Inlaid Litiotciint for your floors? A large aaf-orlmcnt of padcnihi in slock ill all liiuts from which to select. with Miirlliii Rayc, liun IJluc, Shirley IU>.ss, Dnrolhy l.a- mpiir, Lyntic Ovorman, Kut'c Davis, I,eif Erikson, (Jrace Bigelow-Sanford Rugs and Carpets Hradlcy, Tito Ciuizur, Fields and his anil Hhythni Orchcslra. Also Kclrrlrd sliorl A rurauiiMinl News.' Admi.^iim Malincc lOc A: 2(ic Admission Night Ific A- '.'•('*: ; 'To do good work, son, you must feel good. For instance, watch out for constipation. Experience has taught me to> depend on all-vegetable Black-Draught for prompt, refreshing relief. My advice is — try Blatk-Drauqht tonightl" itles will be announced later, but will include races and contests in OAK LUMBER For Sale—100,000 ft. of ROUI] liill cak luinbcf delivered at very lo.\v prices. Sec J. W. Rarrun Btylhcville, Ark. I'hone 39f AGAIN THIS YEAR WK WILL HE HEKOQUARTERS TOR AUTO SKAT COVERS * MOW PATTERNS -k MOW STYLES *NKW I'KICEP 'In make ronnt for our urv ••'nt-k of sent covers sic :w closing out our present stock al '"low cost prices. COME IN TOHAY. . SAVli SO'.'c WHILE THEY LAST. TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. 301 Walnut rhonc ROXY Siilnrday & Sunday Only' Weds. - Thurs. PAL NIGHTS! Two Aclmltlcil for the t'riic iif 1 SHOOT TO K5LU Dangerous Convict Gone By Sing Sing'* Fearluss WARDEN /LEWIS E.1AWES ' A WARNER BROS. PICTURE • A COSMOPOLITAN PROO'N Directed by FRANK McOONALO *W* fig tj Crini Hiittf aal Cttrg tni.H . Novelty short & Comedy types of BED mm mmmi at savings of 25 Living Hoorn Furniture, S59.50 to $!$$ fora 2 piece suite. Other snakes o! Living Room furniture $39,50 to $.89.58 for a 2 piece suite. Every Day A Sales Day 7

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