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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO BLTTHEVllLK <A.RK.) CQUlUtfR NEWS . : v COURIER NEWS COMPUME.VTARV TICKET This ^kket Will Admit B. E. BUylock & Coinp union . Ark. HITZ THEATER — lo ste— '•ROMANCE; JH WE .;', Social Calenda FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia f — ————COf R. !»)« BY HIAStSVICC. l«C. 1. M, «0 0, V r«. -fr I FRIDAY'S EVENTS d mMtaz of 6. E. S. at Hill]. '.....'.'. I 'Dtarcas class ol First Baptist chujch tweeting at church at 2:30 pjni with Jfts. sain Head, aiu( Mrs. J. M. Gillesple as hostesses. .Ijterary department . of Woman's club 'meeting 2;30 o'clock at club house/. • . 'Bmwootl Cemetery association meeting with Mrs. Neil! Reed at 2:30' o'clock. ; SATURDAY'S EVENTS ciiUdrert of Confederacy meeting •• ,s?Uli Rti^li , . P\jddi.son, 2:00 q'clccjs. , •:'_'.• Has Club •:.-•• All^thb meniljers of '_ the Young A5atrm|s /Brlclge "club, 'attended the Hf(ernooi) 'par^y given by Mrs. W. 'p.. $iggi!is?n y^crday" at- her hiey; v.hjch -. whs', dccorai e rt with -iscs.oiiil spi^a. 'iley'^. jpn'es was presented nanc]kerchlef,s for high score Iri the; Wldge' games following whicrT ;Mrs.~ Higginsop served an Ice ccjurse.' Steak Sujpp^r Olycn ; M$3 Delcie Stewart. entertained eight "of T her frierids who arc em- pipyed 'at '"Giber's department store with -a -steak Supper "Tuesday night at piclj Roberts' cafe. Pbllbivinj the supper, Miss Troy Cargiii amused Iho group by read- inj a prophesy concerning the guests. ' •• . Mrs.- Ross D. Hughes played cards with members of Ihu Tuesday Bridge club when they were en- terlMned yesterday at tho home of Mrs. o. R, Babcosk. • A^ixed fcouqueti ot spiren. irkes and' valley lilies decorated the r corns where lunch was served and bridge piayo.1. In the 'gjmcs, Mrs. Bltori W. Kitby was high, and Mrs. Hughes, second high. • ' -. • ' * * - *• B. f. p. CluU Has aictttn? All members of the B. P. P. cltib were present when La Fctra Mar entertained tiiem at her homo Wed^ riesday.-siftemoon. , : Trie '-progressive parry" \to be giveit" Friday night was discussed during., the business session. During the social hour the host-. ess served a sandwich plate. Later the.' 1 ' guests 'played .soft ball at Walker park, ' VI hti, next meeting :\vU] be at the home of Mary Lynn Jackson. '•"•'-. ' * ' * *, HaveVVanhlilny Tea Another affair in the series of vanishing teas being sponsored by the Junior Senior parent Teachel association was given yesterday 'afternoon by frtrs. O. W. Afflick, Mrs. Byron Morse and Mrs. c. B. Babcock. Vat the Afflick's attractive new horned Tulips and snapdragons in tho pa stci'- shades formed the center-piece^: of the lace, draped table at which JITS. Babcock presided. Irises arid 'ftpirea were used to decorate the remainder of the home. The vanishing tea scries was begun several weeks ago when the executive board of the Parent Teacher association was entertained. Each ot these is members were Ihcn-'Jihdcbta) to give a tea and entertain, eight •' guests, who would In turn entertain half their number. Eventually, the tea .will, vanish, but the project, so far, has been quite' iiuccesslul, it • 15 said. * • * Guild Mccls Eleyen members and two visitors, Mrs. JSheUon Hall and Mrs. Fred Matthews attended the meeting ot the ft Slcpheis Episcopal Guild which met Monday at tho homo of Mrs.HOsaar Hardaway lor a business Session. Plans for a benefit bridge lo be given in the near future were discussed.. The date 'and place of the parU mil be announced lalcr. > •'••»:' Has, On!) .Tatty . . . V/eigeh and irises decorated the home ot Mrs c L. \yylie when ^he entcrta,ine4 members of the Wednesday Contract club' and three euests y&M-rdai alternpon. The KU" '» wfie Mr F. U'Bigler, ^s. «T ri aiuu and .Mrs. "JOB ' G. -Tricschmaa. A salii'j .course ^vas served at tl« concitisicn oJ tl-n bridge panics in wlucn Mrs N u Mcnard received luien da towels for club prize and Jta Treischmart. bath powder 'or guest prize. * '* • Hear nook JK«vi«w Hie 1\ranny O r Words" l,y fa^qart CJ-at was renewed by Miss Wmtnc Virgil Turner at; a" nieetine of Ihe N chapter of the : r. E.' O. sistLthooil Tue-*)ay night at the homo of Mn5 Elton vf. Kirby. Tulips and spire* provided a floral background for the meeting 'Itie hostess -served, a dessert plate to the 12 guests presefit.-ti^rihg the social -hour. •.nd valley liliefi formed thn center- ieccs ot (he sinnll tables where unch wt\s scrvcti. Tulips, irises and ralisninn 'roses were arranged hrcughout the house. Bnsjei'i, (allies were uwd in the ridge .giimes In which. Mrs. \v..j. ' o 11 'a r d ' \vaa ' high, and Mrs. /tonaglian.ifecowl high. * * < ; )pn Born ' A son lijs been born to Mr. an;l VIrs. Man Brattoti nt their home n West Vino street. The baby, who weighed sis and hrce quarter pound* at birth, has >ecn named Bobbie Lee. |*ssoiv : ' Satisom • ipir. Ivartor or. Uio Kison (roi'a lite ' 3rd ,-\nd tO\ c%ten pi F^st, Corinthians •I i BjM«ng ol £hc Ladies' felblo "That wris lovely! Cnti you p)iiy 'Home, Sweet Home'?" "Sornetimes I think I'm the only one in the family with any musical taiont-~.wo jtigt FINISHED plnyin 1 it." "tudy of Hie Church of Christ .Vedntsdny nfternoon at the home if Mrs. Buford Martin. Tlie nine -j nembers were dismissed In prayer ' by Mrs. Joel McKarlsml. Tho next meeting of this group . -- • o nex meeng o s group Services of Congregation Israel. will be at the homo of Mrs. mm- Blylhcvlllc, will "be licld in the rc- om Wcdtirsdny al 2:30 o'clock. '.s llnslcss to llr(dg ? Mrs. \V. jl. MJnynrd was hostess Wedpcsday o( Bridge club and two gueslr,, Mrs. t'liomas ({. Mnhau t\i\d J,frs. Matt ' yesterday afternoon nt icr horn;. SmftJl vases of pink rose Imds cently dedlcateel Synagogue of Cnpc Oirnrdenu, Mo., SniKliiy afternoon at 3 o'clocl^. Rabbi Herman PollacJ;, of Tem- l))e lime), will use as tiic sermon topic: ''Five Grout EvcntH, 1 ' in wlilch he will attempt to sho\v'that the forces of tyranny and oppression have always been'short lived and Ihat the message of justice and peace finally triumphed. The Immediate responsibility fac- Osceola Society — Personal Seventh (irailo Wins The seventh brade class dirccl- d by Dorothy Starr were Icclarefl winners In the one-act >lay contest at thp hish .school •.idilorlum Monday night. Tlic play ntilied, "Great Caesar", included Eddie Banks. Ben Butler. J F Smith, Rupert. Trnmblo. Emily t;ue iilvorblalt. Jean Lile Baker. Jtm- nle Cnrtwright. for (he spcakinc parts. In the vocal trio contest, the , •YcEhman class trio composed of Jean Chiles, Jacqnelin IlolllieW and gold largarct, Morlnrly loving cup. These uitra-mural contests with the high school one-act play contest staged several weeks ago nre i part, of the new policy program idopled by (he school this year In- slc.vj o! competing with other xaools In the district Peggy Lou Orlgsby Has rctunird from Memphis where slic was tl'e iirest of Jackie Giles (he past, week Frank Gattiiso is seriously ill i,j Kansas City hospital. Mrs. E. A. Teaford. Helen Toolc Dons counts, and Margaret Burion returned yeslerday from Lit:K Rock where they intended the animal banquet meeting c r the foung Women's Auxiliary of (hn tale iicld In connection ' with Hie state W. M. U. convention meeting here this week. Mrs Tea tort r^^. 1 ?! M the °« ec!a Y - W. A - QUIT l roJIaCK 10 - C e Synagogue Tyranny will be . Religious school classes will meet Dr. London's Arrival Here JsDelayed Week [Jr. A. S. London, o( Kuiu-u. City, who was lo have arrived this week to conduct the evangelistic service? n( the First Church of the Nnznrenc In connection with llie city wide evangelistic ineetjn" which began Sunday and will continue ttirpugh Easter, will not arrive ;iiitil next week, it ha,, been announced. In the meantime, Ihe Rev Eupha D. Beasley, pastor of the church U conducting services each evening at 7:30 o'clock, but Is holding no morning services. The Ministerial association is sponsoring (,|us group of .,.„„. lne«. reports good attendnuce at the churches ami niiich interest in the movement. The association lias turned their linlly radio program at 9:00 o'clock over to the visiting ministers wlio »rc also being nskcd lo speak elsewhere. Dr. 0. K Bell, of Montreal N, C., spa' niuUlorlum \ Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss 1^-anccfi Holland, who al- lends the University of North Carolina nt chapel Hill, spam, hci . tpi'liis vncnlloh will) n schoolmate Miss F.rhw Bcngcl. al BerEenflcW' New Jersey. Miss Hollantl will arrive the middle of June to spend her Rummer vacation with her parents, Mr. nml Mis. V. G Holland. Mrs. o. i,. HoWnson. district president of the Forrest city Dls- (rJct Federation of Women's clubs, returned to her home yesterday afternoon after having been the guest cf Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby. Dr. L. II. Moure and Dr. H. A Tnylor attended the Southeast' Missouri and Northeast- Arkansas Dental rissocIallMi roectin^ in Kcn- HC'U last night. Mr. and Mi's. C. U Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. Garland Morgan spent Sunday in Memphis. Mrs. James B. Clark is attending meeting of the United Daughters of Ihe Confederacy lii Forrest City today as tlie honored guest of the Katfian Bedford chapter. Tomorrow, she will be the guest of the Kamsey chapter In Little Rock.' Mrs. B. F. Klger spent yesterday ni Memphis. A number ct |>coplc from the two chapters of the p. E. O. sisterhood lierc will leave (his afternoon for Conway to attend' llie p. B. O.' convention which convenes there tomorrow. Among those who arc planning to go are: Mrs. W. D. McClnrklii. Mrs. Dixie Crawford, Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mrs. E. F. Klrshiirr, Mrs. Ray \Vorthiiigton. Mrs. Charles S. Lemons, Mrs. Al. O. Usrey BndMrs. A.B. Fahflelil. Mrs: II. II. Uoiichlns. who Is at present in Little Rock, will go from there to Comvny. The group will return talc Saturday or Sunday. N. 8. Menanl, who attends Arkansas State College tit Jonesboro,' Is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. N B Mcn- lird. Mrs. H. S. Davis arrived home Saturday from El Pflso. Te.v. where she has been sucndiiig the winter. Women Election Official THURSDAY, APRIL-7, 1938 11 «:« "Women's Day" ;,l the Wn«l Two to,* in. 0(0 immidiwl clec- llon Tuesday when for the lirsl time in Bl.vtlievlllc's political lilstory all i he Judges and clerks mm or the feminine sox. Those serving were, led to riglit: Mr*..Vemon Miller, Mrs. V. Ci. Holland Mrs W W aimvcr. Mrs. w. D. McMulIln and Mrs. John c. Mcllaney aflci a week's illness. Mrs. Allen. Who had visited here many times. Is the mother of Mta Jimnita Granted, who ,nndc her iiome here lost year. Funeral services tor Mrs. Allen will lie held io- morrciv afternoon at 2:00 o'clock in Cooler. Will Visit Marianna Cotton Experiment Station A number or Mississippi comity people plnn to attend the uimiinl Spring Visiling Day of the University of Arkansas College of Agriculture's cotton branch experiment station near Mnrianna Tuesday, April 11. J. F. Porter, president of the Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation, will be the principal speaker on MIC aflernuou's protjtam. Dr. C. O. Hrannen. assistant director or research ot the College, will speak on opportunities for farm youth: and Connie J. Bonsliigei. stale home demonstration will discuss recreation foi o'clock at the Annorel high school auditorium, 'flic piny j s directed by Mrs, M, a. Brolhertoii and Mrs J. O. llobgood. Students who are casl in Ihe Play people. The momin agon l. farm will be devoted to lha inspection of the buildings and cxiJiN-iiiiciilnl plots. A separate pro- cram I'as been arranged for inr:n women, which will include discussions of landscapiiiB by CI. W. \Vare. assistant director iii charge of the Fruit and Truck Branch Experiment Station. and horn" orchards by 1>. T. Eaton, Extension horticulturist, of the College. Among the experimental plots that will be exhibited are a test, plot to estimate the Armorel School Will Give Four Act Play Nora nation. Miss Minnie V. Kissel, Robert Keith, Max Watson, i3cit Hoss, Jlinmic flay and liny Harrison. The price of admission lo llie performance will bs 15 and 2b cents, proceeds of which will be used lo further aclMllos of (lie two classes and athletic activities. County Women Named On Fair Committees Among the Mississippi county eiiio women who Imve recent!) been appointed on commutes in connection with Ihe New York World's Fair, to lie held next year arc Mrs. James B. Clark of this city, Mrs. W. J. Driver of Oreo ola, and Airs. p. p. Jacobs of Ori dcr. They nre to serve on a com mitlec of ico women, which is : subdivision or (he National Advisory committee for women's participation in the fair. Mrs Rufiii N. Garrctl, of El Dorado, is chairman. H is reported that during 1937 the United states Army Air cori" •••"-'-SKI more tluvn ^0 now ni an effort to build [lie .up by Jm,c, WiQ. into it planes Corps « A. K. Welenkamp & Co. Agcnls Memphis Tent & j ......>,..., a x VII* £V /HVIllllP J_(| Miss Mnuiiue Uarrison, | Call 187, 758 or 330-W for Fre , Miss Doris Anderson, Miss Lucy Pankpy, Miss Joyce Adonis, Estimates. Blylheville, Ark. _- -- ...„ pounds ol nitrogen produced by hairy vctc:r - =..v o a comparison of the Viilnc'of vaiT- ditughtcr. Mrs. n. F. Kirshuer, ami) ous winter legumes will) reference family II. fcr ail extended visit. Crawford and son. ' M,i;s. ..Lily Bisk \\as atlleil to Haytl, Mo., by Hie de^ii 'of Mrs. Emnm Allen \pfoo died yesterday In t<ie Memphis' Baptist hospital lo seeding, growth, and eilect 0:1 the following crops; the seed ins of bur clover; an oat variety test- ,-iiKt .experimental pastures. Wedgies - - NKW .. SMART.. COMFORTABLE A' HnHeiini; new sun- da I with -the youthful wedge heel. Copper & White Tics—Black Patent Straps. AA to B. Sizes .J lo 7'.;. A. MITE'S Of •£ ^: ^N^ TO O/ M£NLOV£ nicel- spoke nl. the junior higl. yesterday ami Dv. V. v B- Boston, of Memphis. Is spcakint llicre today. At the Hospitals a Flossie Dclle Canada \vas •tcrt to the BlythcviHe hospital wtevday for nn operation. A (laughter was born to Mr. mid Mrs. Haymond Ashley, of Osccola ) yesterday at. tlie Memphis Methodist hospital. Miss Knthcrine spkrr underwent. an operation vcslcrdny at the nlv- tticvillc hospital. John c. Driver has been admitted lo the St. Joseph's liosullal, Memphis. ii a( hi s ' who !iai bccn * Jl at his home hcrr, is able- to be . He alluded to business in Jlytheville yesterday. •Kits. \V. D. Kelly ami daushl«i wir •)« ,f V ""' I|3 - VS f " c «"o. nols. as fhc gut-sis 0 I Mr and Mrs. R. E. Mcciary. Mr. The model for the painting known as the "Age of Innocence" was a grandniece o! Reynolds.' Drs. Wert & WerT PP-.rOMETBIST8 Orcr Joe leases' Stora *WIB MAKE 'Hi SEE- W I F von are happy and peppy and lull of fun,men will take vou places. But, if you are cross and always tired out, men won't like you. Men don't | like "quiet" girla. They want girls Vfho aro full of pep. For three generations one woman riaa told another how to go "smiling low" willi Lyilia, E. Pinkham's Vege- t^wo Compmuidjt helps Nature (one up tho system, thus lessening disconi- wrts from the functional disorders which womeji emlufc in the three ordeals of life; 1. Turning from girlhood to womanhood. 2. Preparing (or motherhood. ;j. Approachrog "middto age." . tinkhams Compound, made e.?r<e- ciaUyfyr n-amcn frohi Nature's wholesome herbs ;in<i roots, has helped womeu tor over 60 years, Join Your Friends In An Evening of Fun al Our DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT In llie Blue Room I (Mill 2 o'clock 75c per couple "Nicklcodian" Hlyle, f^U,, j lvu ^ ^ CH , dani . c numbers of famous orchcsitas. The music is provided \vilhuiil iiddiiiwml TOS ( (0 you. Ikucfit Hn(d (Ji'cptct-s Auxiliary. AcKaiisas Charter No. 20 Mrs. Jcsscc -Slid, HOTEL NOBLE C'AIil) OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks :o cur many friends who were so itiid and helpful during the illness and <ieaUi of our son, Kodney. May Ootl bless them, and may <3od bless .he Rev. \v. P. Flowers, who officiated ot the funeral. Thank you. Irving Kerr, Ellen Kerr, and family. RITZl Everything for your enter* tainmerjl and comfort. Admission Matineo lOo & 26o AilDiisslon Ni$ht 160 i 36a _j %^.%g^C Easter STYLE PLASH! you a sparkling, P"sot, this spring! Softly fcmirtinc and trimly tailored styles for all occasions. Sizes 12-41 Coming events cast their shadow heforc .... that mcaas ycti'll want new Easier dolhcs! Don't dig deep into your pockcl. Simply lake advantage of our prices for (lie thrifty! VOL'K KAbTKR BONNET $1.98 pokes, sailors. (ricky irriins vtillrix , r v • t>ji«ii» ^din/ia. ir.mmcil in an nrisinal manner. enowa l-'OK BASTKU HANDBAGS 98c An lOiisIr Neccssil.v lovrly i Me .., rl cv liarinciittc costume. w(lli SILK HOSIERY 49 C , ChitTon or Very newest colors Easter Fashions 98c Kyi'i-y litllr C i v l 'wauls u WM- lial for Kultr! And here air- adorable dressy • styles she'll , cleverly trimmed. riiiR colors: -,.-. S.lvlcrl for Ka(cr IAIW priced as -always! Glen Row DRESSES $2.98 .Sl.vli-s ill the i;c v Irini- nine manner! The im- pcrlniil ucn pruils. Tlic l«diiif scliU colors! Sizes 12 lo 23. Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests Last Times Today with Mai'tha Raye, lien Blui-, Shirley Ross, Dorothy La- moui", Lynnc Overman, Rufc Davis, l,cil' Erikson, Grace Ui-iiillcy, Titi> Guizar, and Shop Fields and his Kippliug Rhythm Orchestra. Also scletlcd short & Paraniuinit News. Admission Mutlitcc lUc & atie 'Adniissicn Night Itic A Xu Friday Only Carlcon A ,\KW AUi)IO- SCOFIKS. Hem ember a few n-onllis back? \Vhcn a baseball was joiii£ to hit j- 0 |» smack bc- Iwccii the C.VFE—when they almost coycrcil you with solhn; water, ynii Ihonglil—when you smaslicd right iiilc fhc rear end ci a truck'.' Get jour colored glasses at the floor Friii.ty ;lm | ), nvr , hc lhri]1 of a lifetime. ' AQwissmn Matinee We & litfu Admission Night 16c &, 36c ROXY Admbsiori always JQ C & 2Cc. Matinees Saluirlay * Sunday Only Last Times Today PAL SIGHTS! Tno Admitted for U, c Price of 1 the Wall' Hich Foran illld Jimc It-avis. Novc ">' ^I'orl & comedy Friday»Saturday fff^f^ T—^^_ _• ** Serial "Tim Tyler's Luck" and Carloon. Continuous showing Sal- urday.

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