The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 2, 1939 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 2, 1939
Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2,1939 -(ARK.)' COUTUEK NEW3 COUJflKR NEWS COMi'U.MENTAItV TICKKT Tills Ticket Will Admit ''• J. H;<rncs & companion Mytlicville •—to tlie— RITZ TIIKATEK —to see— "Daughters Courageous Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Miss Mnrdin Ann Lynch entertaining her bridge cltili. FlUDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. I'. Hollnml entatainiiiff Jier bridge club. Mrs. G. a. Hires and Mrs. Harry Erltzlns entertaining executive board Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, 2:30 'o'clock ;it Frltzius home. Son Is Born Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ellis arc the parents of a son born Mtmday at their home, 232 Dou','.->ii avenue The baby weighed eight pounds and lias been named Jjirn/ c,ciw Mrs. Ellis is (he former Miss Mary Ixni Tanner. * • » . Son Born A son \vas born to Mi-, and Mrs Thurman Fitzgerald tins morning at nine o'clock at (lie family home on Missouri avenue. Tlie baby who weighed eight pounds, lias ' been named Richard Tlmrman Fitzacr- ald Jr. a • a is Guest of Club /Mrs. Norwood Hedge played cards with members of (lie Tuesday Contract club yesterday afternoon when (hey were entertained at tlie home of Mrs. J. c. Ellis. Garden flowers decorated the liorch and living room where tables were arranged. Refreshments were served after the games in which Mrs. John C. McHnney was high scorer and Mrs V. O. Miller, second high. * • * Entertains in New Homo The new home of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Friend on Holly street win the setting- [yesterday "for a bridge party given by Mrs. Friend, who entertained 12 of her friends Among the guests was Mrs. R L .Jackson of Gideon, Mo, hausegnest of Mrs. C. II. King. Against a colorful background formed by arrangements of mixed b:uqucts, bridge was played. Mrs I>. S. Benish was high scorer and Mrs. L. L. Hubener, second high. FLAPPER FANNY -COPft. 19)9 By Sylvia "He always gets a low-number tag. dog are pals." He and the mayor's Guest. :•'::$' •';•-<"".. Honored-With Party - ' ' '' '"" Miss Ann Haggarti of Clarksda'lc, Miss., honscguest of Miss Mary Lynn Jackson, was guest of hciu'r at a lawn parti?- given Saturday Bftemoon by. Mis.? jii ne Reinmiller at, her home. • The eight guests played croquet (luring the. afternoon after which a picnic supper was served on the lawn. * * « Two More Parlies Arc Given for Miss Haggnrit Ttvo more in the series of parlies planned for Miss Ann Haggard, of Clarksdale, Miss., ' of •Miss Mary Lynn Jackson, were given Monday night anil yesterday aftemcon by her hostess nnd Miss LaPctra May. Seven members of the younger set. were entertained will) a six o'clock supper party' given by Miss May Monday night, at her home Supper was served picnic style on the lawn, after which games were played. ' Miss Jackson had a ivatermel:n party at her home yesterday after- neon. After beiuy " served 'on the lawn, tlie seven guests played croquet. Townsend Club To Hold Meeting Tonight T:\vnsend Club, No. One, will meet at tlie courthouse lonlghl at 7:30 o'clock for a program, it was announced today by officers ol the group. An invitation to atlcnd was extended to all members nnd the General public. Hriilgc Party Given f-'cr Oul. tit Town Oiiest Miss Tommie Hatcher entertained eight guests with a bridge party at her home last night, in compliment to Miss Virginia Cox, of Memphis, a hcusegucst of Miss Marjorie Mays. Summer Hewers decorated the rooms where bridge was played. High score prisce went to Miss Molly Guard and low score to Miss Mildred iMuir. Prizes were compacts similar tb'tiie ,gift,-'presented the guest cf honor. -; Iced drinks and bridge sticks were served nt the conclusion cf the games. Missionary Society Meets '•The Life of Hosea" was Hie subject, of the Bible lesson taught by Mrs. O. J. Rcdgers Monday afternoon when 17 members cf the Woman's Missionary EocieLv of tlie Lnke Street Methodist church met, at the church. Mrs. George Shank.- gave Die news from the missionary- bulletin and Mrs. R:dgers read the scripture. Mrs. Swain Smothermnn dismissed, the group with prayer. Read Courier News want nds. At The Hospitals lilyllieville hoslillal , Bobbie Coleman. city, admitted. Helen Spicer, city, admitted. C. W. Reed, HtiyU, dismissed. Walls hospital J. B. Slarkcy, Manila, admitted. J. D. Slarkcy, Manila, admitted. Mclba Jean Crawford, Cooler, admitted. J. B. German, Sleele, admitted. J. B. Hall, JStcele, admitted. Charles 'Bentoi), city, dismissed. iHcninliis liapfist hospital Mrs. J. S. 'Martin, Carlilhersi'ille, admitted. Slcclo. J. S. German, of Steele, has been admitted to the Walls hospital of Blytlieville for treatment. Bits of Newi Mostly Perionali Canada, they were away New During (he two wcekr. they stopped at "Bird Walks" ropuiar "" CLEVELAND, O. tUPJ — The 'bird walks" of tlie Cleveland Museum of Natural History nltrncletl more than 3,536 persons during the past year. The "walks" consist of groups of hikers tramping through adjacent wooded sections in search of rare nnd unusual birds. As mnny 115 119 species have been observed in one day. Mrs. T. J. Crowder and granddaughter, Evelyn Jane JIatclier, will return tonight from EarJe wOiero they have spent n week us guests of Mrs, Growler's daughter Mrs. Manny Wmlley, and Mr. Wild-' ley. Mr. nnd Mrs, J. Meal ficsell, of Jcnpsljoro, ure spending H lew days here with Mra. J, s. Gesell. Mr. Oe.sell, who motored lit-r here lust nlfht, left tills morning after spending the night wllh his mother J. E. Whltivorth Is steadily Improving following; u recent heart attack. Ho Is ut tlie home of his ':cn, Frank Whltwortli. Mrs. T. n. Haynes is expected to return tomorrow from Cairo, 111., and St. Ijjuis when: .she has visited relatives fcr u week. Mr. Haynes and daughter, Mrs. missel! Purr, will go to Cairo for her. tomorrow. Mrs. Jack Fruitier, of Little Rock, returned home Monday niter having spent a few days lien- with her niece, Mrs. Dick Potter, and i family. Mrs. George linmlliun cnme yesterday morning from Shrcw.'porl 10 spend several weeks here with , icr parenls, Dr. and Mrs. C. C.I Stevens. Mr. Hamilton, ivho with :iis crcheslra Is plnylng nn engage- j ment in Shrevepoi I, motored hci here. He returned last night. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langsto. Jr. went lo Bowling Green. Ky. Saturday for a livo week's vlsl with Mrs. Langslou's mother, Mrs Dukes. The Ilev. Eiipliu D. Beaslcy, Mrs S. B. Damrcn and Mrs. Jack t'ar- kcr are .spending today In Memphis. They were accompanied bj Miss Ola Hoskins, who will yo from there lo Hope td spend her two weeks mention with her patents Mr. and Mrs. H. I). Iloskins. Mr nnd Mrs. S. Ii. Gregory, who formerly resided here bul who have been away for about luo months will return with them lo make their lie me here. Mr. and Mi-s. Lew Brown" nnd daughter, Mary l,;uise, sailed jes- 'EKlny from New York on Ihe S,S lamcronla for Glasgow, Scotland where they will make their home Another daughter, Miss JesslL Brown, remained here, she. Is residing at Ihe McMiillin residence •.n Main slrcct. H. O. Langston nnd daughter, Flora Fay. nnd son, Tyndal, ot HoltviJIe, .Calif., are spending this week with Mr. Langston's- brother "X C. Langston, and family. 'Die condition cf Mrs, Lou Eckels, who Is 111 in a Memphis hospital s steadily improving and U is ex- iKdod that she will soon be abli to be removed to her home here Mr. nnd Mrs. EHoji \V. Kirby returned Sunday night from a loia of the New England sink's anil '. Moiitrcnl and olhcr point:-,. route li u ,ue, llu-y slopprd ut Kenl. Ohio, where (hoy were uiiftsis W Mrs. Klrtiy's brother, W. H. Moon-, nnd M,.. s MOO,-^ Tin- Kcv. I'.'uphu n. ileasloy will (!« ? UUlf Hock tomorrow lo «l- (eiKI ta Inislni'ss for iwu iliiysi aiiss Kulhkvn Ashley uil. Monday for «lkcston where she is to nxslst her brother, cirndy Ashley,, 111 tits iMtsliit-.^s (hero . Mr. "ml Mrs. I,. M, K,u|/, ,,ml 'w"'i ''H' 1 ' '""' K |1Im i'di»iKriU'r, Ann Mffiy, left ihis morning Im- points n Indiana. Hugh Nelson Thompson went to pextei' yesterday to visit ( for n few days. Mrs. A. I,. Thomas nnd children of Uullanoln. Miss., are vlstUm; Mis, Thomas' sisters, Mrs. liny Hall mid MVS. (iny Maxwell, and families. They cnme Sinidny Vo spriul i\vo weeks. Mi« Dorothy pace, ol Cupe HI- raidoau, returned hoiui- Huiuluy at- lev liiivlns -spent u «u-k with Mr. and Mrs. D| c k \> a \\ur and family. Miss i.m-llle Brooks nnd Ml-w Vli-Blntti nrooks returned ...... . lv ...... „. from Un-sik'ii, Tom., where Uiey visited ihi'li- !,lsler, Mra. Mm:)-. Knlslil. n nil fnmlly for throe woks. Frank Kills h lls Kliirm'tl from Williford, Ark,, whi-ri: hv was llw guiVil of Wilson HuiLlii-K for two week.s. Mr. mill Mrs, Henry Ovtnobn, or Munuhls, were the weekend guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Etldlit H. David nnd Mrs. 11. p. Potter. When they returned homo Humluy, they were accompanied by Miss Aiuil'j Ix)ii Hledsoe. of Pine mull, rtnd Ann Slielton of Mnrksvlllc. IA, who liad been visiting the Davids here (or u week. Miss Blcdsue '.mil Miss Slielton retntnoil lo their homes from Memphis tho following liny. Mrs. Oiule Crawford and son, Dickie, went lo Memphis this nfler- iioon lo spend two days with Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Goodman umt daughter,. I-ce. Mrs. Clovls Crockett, of Wilson, will arrive tomorrow lo speml n few days here will) Mr. mid Mrs. M, T. liiirr. Miss Virginia Scoll left Monday for Greenwood, Miss,, to visit her brother. While awny, .she will nlso eo to Water Vniley, Miss,, to iillend tho , ,, watermelon festival B. Ui-nilryx, of Iho looid Western Union ollke, Is iitleiidlni; to ijusl- ness In Fort Smllli this week Kylo liiilloy »f Dw-ldilw, Li]., Is workliiK In ll)i> lornl ofl)ci> ivlilli. Mr Hen dry* is nwny, Miss Wyntllo Khrplioul Is spehd- H|f this wti>k in I.ltl,. Koek as Iho nnciil ot ^fj,ss Wliilfied craw lord. H. Joseph Is iiKciidlni; to llt's.s In l.)c>x(cr loiiiiy, Mr. mid Mrs. uiloy 11, jo nw HIV s|ienillti u » lew days in Miuillii wllli Mrs. Jones' fnthcr Mr nnd Sirs. W. Q, card, Mr. (Jnrd Is hu- jji-ovfng following n heart hist week. Osecola Socicly — Personal Hus I'.lrllnliy 1'nily Mrs. Charles Ixiwnnu'o Jr., en- tevtiilncd uromiil twenty «tnull children on Mondiiy <iflelii«<in HI the J.owiiince home HI Dilvt'i 1 In honor of tin. 1 fmirlh Ijlilhdny of 1 - — HOTEL PEABODY — Air Conditioned For 1'our Cumfort Lowest Itiites 111 E. Main St. — Ulythcvillc fRANCISCO Drink hi 1 )- Bi)». e.olori.'d I fnvor.s. Ijwrfliicc. Guy lilvcn n:; Have '('wins Horn Air. nnd Mrs. Harold Spicer ure HIB purenls of twins born ul Ihe Methodist hospital in Memphis Friday ntuW. The boy four pounds i\ud the utrl two pounds and u half have not been ntimed. •» • * Allciid \Vorlil COIIRTM.V Tlie Flev. linrold II. Tlllmitn mid Mrs. Tilhnnn, Mrs. Jnmes D. llor- uii). Mrs. MB Tucker, Mrs. Add • Bullor returned Friday nlBlit from Alliinlii. Gd,, whore they nttciulcd Ihf sessions of tht linptlst World Alliance.. Mis. U. n. Jones, who itlso ntlciided the Congress In company with liur' Ulster, Mrs. A. 1". CVItlwiflon mid the Rev. A. K. 1 CYltlciKlon of i'nnea Cjlty, Qkln- hoitin, returned Sntuulay night rlio littler utirty stop|)«i In Mont-' eRRlo for n short visit with Dr. '. P. 'fiiyloi- and Mib. Taylor. Among others nllcndliii;' the Alil- inii-e wevo (he Hev, Hnrvcy Gruy nnd .Mrs. Gray ami sons Harvey ami Hfti-i-y liny pf Dycssj Mrs. W. f. (Ify) Wilson, Mrs. j. \y. Wright "fid Urn Itcv. j. itAViillncc of Wilson, uceonipanlcd by MI- S O'lair Unrhmlnle of West Mcmphl.s, * • * Iti'Uiins l-'roin Training Ciimp D, Fred Taylor, Jr., has lelunied from Kort McPlieison, GIL, where >>« spent three weeks In Ihe Oi)!- cers Tiuinlng Cnmp. Mr, Tnyloi- is a cnplutn i n i\\ f oincers Rcservu Corps. Mrs, Taylor Joined him nt ChiUlniioogn for a vacation trip to AshevUle, N. c,, Ilin Great Smoky Mountain Nntlonnl Park nnd the' New York World's Fjilr. Mi', mill Mra, John Andrew Ed- I'liiKloii (ijieiit fi'linday in I'ocn- liostus. Mr. and Mm. U, P. 'fuylor had us their eui'sls for (he weekend, Mr. HIM! Mis. Will I'ei^uson, Dr. E. J, Kylo and Mrs. Kyle of Forrest City, Ark. Mr. nnd Mrs. U .C. Uryun, Mr«. Sum Coble- Hud Mrs, Thomas P. I'loi-ldii led Bunday for a motor Irlp In Hie New York World's I'ldv nnd other quints In Ihe Kast. Mrs. "). li. Heumvcs and daughter, Mary Vh'Blnlii, mid Miss Allni! Word re- liinu'd tjnitirdny nlijht from n tlmllni- trl|i made with the Ark- insns Kdui-iiltini Association (jrouj). Dr. Malloiy Harwell left. Sunday for, New Oi loans foy six months uuuluulo study. Miss Davy Utivni'U of nldglcy, 1'eiin., wai; tlie gui'sl of Mr. and Mrs. Iiwln l)ull l >r al l)u; laltcr'ji narenls, Mr, nnil Mrs. p. K. Tomp- hlns, for iho weekend, Miss Burnett was glicst soloist nt the U|tp- llsl church Siimlay. Mr. anil Mrs. Clllbeii Mnslln hnd M theli' guests Saturday, Mrs. R.'< O. Miller, Mrs Mary Miller and Imnk Bint of Memphis. ' ' Mi™ Baibaia Banks Is the guest of her cotihln, Evelyn Banks, at Clarkalnle thLs ween. Mrs. Tom Driver has hnd us'her B«csis tlie past two weeks her Binndclilldren, Alice Vhglnla and Mary Evelyn Oliver of Memphis and Pauline and Clarence Driver ol St. Louis. TERMINIX TERMINATES TERMITES BRUCE-MEMPHIS • When lluby cries-niul /rets--iii miserable, with prickly lioiU, liidjier riisli or cliiifcit skin—clumifQ his little tears to smiles with famous Mexican Heat I'owdcr. It's so soothing nml cooling to his tender sklri —so rjiilckly effective that ca'cli long-liixliiiK iijuilicalion is a real lilosscil event to Hiiby. Crown-lips II)KO fiml Moxfctth'' I lent 1'owitei- mi excellent astriri- geut. URC it to relievo l!io itcUing and Imrulnj; of heat rnsli and other • minor skin irriliitlons—to sootho and cool tired, sweiiting feet and to check (icrspivnlion and oilor. Get famous medicated Mexican Heat I'owdor toilay. Soldby alt* dealers. MfXICANaPOWDER WHITSITT'S rise! .Two full iDDiiths . ,i)f ^Slimmer jihcntl, lint «•« liave lo • clear our .sloclw'itl (iitcc of nil Siiinmt-r 'I-'nahious l« rnitke way for (he l^al| Knshions iu'rivinjr diuiy. Kv«ry SiiniiiKM' Kitrmunl lias huon roilui't'il for iiiimi'.- (liittu 1'lciiraiHT. So roini' wii'ly for this inily "Stir- |" Clt'iH'iiiice Siilc! SEASON -END SELL-OUT Choice Of The House Delicious arid At the Fair... as at home... the drink everybody knows Familiar in everybody's home town, Coca-Cola is the familiar refreshment at both Fairs, too.Thirsty thousands pause to enjoy the refreshing taste they know-and like—ice-cold Coca-Cola—for only 5{. COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Phonc 3G(i Blythevlllc, Ark. All Nelly Don Dresses Less Than Cost! $1.95 Dresses $1,39 $2.95 Dresses $195 $3.35 Cresses $2.50 $6.50 Dresses $3,95 $7.95 Dresses $435 $10 Dresses $6.95 WARDROBE SUITS COSTUME SUITS DRESS COATS $29.95 & S35.GO Values $19.95 $25.00 & $22.00 Values $16.95 $19.95 & $16.95 Values $10.95 $14.95 & $12.95 Values $6.95 A SHMM. DKI-O.SIT \vn.i, r.,\v ,\\VAV ANV'GAKBIENT Tlirec-ulerc lirecil anil muiiodinc wnnlrobc suits, anrt • sclt- (rlnimnl costume cnscinblcs, dress dials In woolens. Blnck, iVavy anil colors. Iitcal for curly rail travel am) ycar-aromul wrar. EnUre Slotk of HATS Ynur Choice $1.90 Valnos up lo ?(i.. r >0 J)ol)l).s Not Incliidcd 1'nfirc Stock of Finest STREET ?lfi.!'r» fo S1».!I5 Values Strtrt anil ,if(cnio»n dresses in shrrrs, cbifTnus. ereiirs, ami lifts. In Ill.irk, .N'avy, I'rinls, U'liilrs and Taslels. KM (ire Stock of EVENING DRESSES Your Clwicc $5.00 Choice! Entire Stock PLAY SUITS SLACK SUITS Values (o §3.95 $1.50 lo SI 95 I'aslcl ami Trinl I'lny Suits. Slnrk suits in Spun Rayon, Xon-Crushablc Linen, Batiste, Jiul Rayon Crepe. $10.95 to $14.95 SILK DRESSES each $5.00 35 SILK DRESSES To Be Sold At $2.95 Originally priced as liish as $16.95 NO A-.TBKATIONS—SALK STARTS THUHS. AUG. 3 "~ WHITSITT'S SHOP

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