The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 7, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 7, 1939
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PAGE TWO HLYTHEVILUjj, fAKK.) COUKJKR NEWS COURIER NEWS COMPUMEMVlkV- TICKIvT This Ticket Will Admit L. E. licjd '& co/njiaiiion 'Confer —lo llic— RITZ THL'ATEH —to fifif— "MIRACLE. FOH' SAUj" FLAPPER FANNY Sylvia, Social Calendar Miss Evelyn Blythe entertaining her-bridge club. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Order of Eastern Star meeting 7:30, o'clock at Hall. Mrs. V. G. Holland entertaining Tuesday ,Con|raql club. ^WEDNESDAY'S KVENTS Mrs. Otto Scrtipe having ADC bridge club_ at Rustic Inn. Town and, Country club meeting with Mrs. C. c. Langston. THURSPAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Raymond Smith entertain ing Double Four Bridge club. Prosperity club meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. N. Kourv al Bteele. Altar scclety, Church f! the Immaculate Conception, sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock, Catholic Ho II. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Elrmvood Cemetery association meeting three" o'clock wild Mrs. W. A, Stlckmon. Girbcr Will ria'y Fur large "Bus Trip" Grciip. , ijore than 100 young people Jroni Blythcvillc and psceola will near Jan Garber 'and Ills orchestra pluy in Memphis , tonight when Itiey ImVe a special dancing "party there fporiso'red by tlj e local Dnchotors' .'club. . Two busses hrivc Ijeen secured •to carry flic group to Mem;.'!y:>. In addition, there will be it number of ^people going down In private cars 'as 'they were unable to secure reservations on the bus, , The party will leave from Hie Rustic Inn at 7:30 o'clock for the Feabpdy 'roof where the "Blylho- ville-Osceola" night will be celc- b'raled. They will slop in Oscoola for aboiil 20 couples. Informality will be the keynote ' of the affair with the girls lo 'wcni sport dresses. Billy Nicholson and Jce Appls- bauin, of Osceola, were in cliarut of arrangements in that city whik members of 'the club handled lijkel sales here. Bill Trotter, formerly of new arid now announcer for WREC, has said that a radio pvop,v,\n ^.TO^^^i«rS^^ i^ife^iiisig;^^ Bits of News Mostly Personal* Head Tri Delta Group MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1930 Mrs. Bam Ploumtn and- r, 0 n I foyd, and daughter, noberlu rc- luim'd tot night from several weeks' vh-U In Miami, ria. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Barksdaln mid Mr, and Mrs. Timicr Klsseli sptnl Sunday (it Hcclfool Jjike Mrs. Rupert Crafton and children, Susie and Rupert Martin Craflon. are spending a week wltn Mrs. Oration's aunl, Mrs H j Crawford, in Coldwaler, Miss They were motored there yesterday bv Mr. Crafton, Mrs. Tom p. Martin urid Miss Virginia Martin. The condition of Mr G . J "1 wasn't sc-c-iireil to sleep oul here, Pan. 1 j-j-jusL liol- Icrctl to he sure you were all right." is spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mayes. Mr. and Mrs. Louise WeinbcrK ivciv Meiniihls visitors Wednesday. Matthew f'latt Is t r a n sac tine in SI. Louis, this week. At The Hospitali niyllicrlllc! Itosplful Mrs, .lolin Tiiomas Scnnlon, city admitted. Miss Luceltii Roderick (if Marlon, I Mrs. W. M. Crowe Huffman -id A-.:<., Is the Kiirst of Mr. nnci Mrs. fed Roderick thin week. Anron Hooker, who Ims buen •miploycd in Snow Lake, Arkansas, .ins returned lo Lcnchvlllc, The Thursday night, bridge club met with Mrs. John Uearden this iveok. Miss iiciia Wvlnbcrg won high score nnd Miss Ucrnicc Wilh- nin won second^ A lovely .wind plate was wrv'ct) at the end of the samcs. Miss Miic Andcrom Icfl for Memphis Friday where shu enjoyed hcni-lni; J»n Ciarbci 1 ut the Pca- Marjorle Gill. Ijcll, dismissed. Mrs. E. F. G'imniii'ihain, d(v, dismissed. John Simpson, Manila, dismissed Lawrence Welch, llayli, difmhs- :ody Friday night nnd relurn lo James Galonly, MnrsUm. dismlvs- ici'clivllle Saturday. cd. Friedman Wdnbcrg is at home I Miss Larlnc May?, city, dismlss- ...... co,v. umr. H llir.HO [IVUBlMln "" ' ! '° 1CStl °' "'" •''U'lllllOr. !IC Cd. " ' through Memphis and Little Hocjc vvl " ' ret W> 1" Washington Unl-1 Walls.Hospital ; , stations tonight jvitf be dedlcnlt'd versity 11^ SI. Louis for (lie fully Airs. cV E. KV. city udmlt- to the Blythevllle and Qsawlii tcm > or school, ted. , Iliiirimin, mlntll- milled. Marvin ted. Michael Fautjlil, llninnaii ml- nilllctl. Mrs. Wocdy Sims, Huffman, admitted. Mrs. W. A. Dates, llr.llnnd, admitted. . e sctoa ton " or scliool. groups. It will be heard from 11:30 J Mr - -f' ul Mis. Chas. p. Harris lo 12:00 o'clock. The .Ian Garbcr| w c rc Memphis visitors Wednesday, orchestra will also have a 'national) Ml ', »'>d Mrs. Howard Mnycs ic- hcckup over Columbia Droadcast- • turned (o Lcachvllc Wednesday Ing system frcm I0;00 [o 10:M! nf (cr a week-end visit wilti rein- o'clock. tlvca and friends In Htiyti, Mo. The young people of" l.eachvlllc are hnvijiy n d.-uice al the Community House Friday nljjhl, Mr. and Mrs. ,1, n. Ilodjjcs and Daughter Is Born ..'A daughter was torn to Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas Scuiilon — —.- -,.„„„ yesterday morning at 7:55 o'clock lheir daughter. Mrs. Dcryl lidwurds -'• ".-•".-"---. . .- - have returned from n Iwo weeks at the Blythcvillc hospital, m., -- - baby, who weighed eight nnd one, i v aealion wilh relatives hi Dallas fourth pounds, has not yel been named. Mrs. Scanlon is the former Miss Betty McCulchen. T: Have Sc.iidigfr Hunt , A scavenger limit is being planned icr members of Mrs. I, I, Hutener'5 Sunday school class of the First Methodist church tomorrow nl|ht. The gii.up is asked to meet at eight o'clock at the Huhracr home on West Chickasawba nvenue. Osceola Society — Personal V. D. C. Group To Moit. The Dr. James Franklin Cavies chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, ccmpsscd of womi-n Ircm south Mississippi ccunty, v.'i!l enjoy a picnic supper and oiitinj at Eunset Park near Ba«"tt Texas, and Vcrdcon, Okln. Miss Peggy Ward of Memphis, Tcnii., Js n guest of fiicmls hero Ihb week. Mr. nnd Mrs. P. M, Nehon arc spending lids week in parts of Tennessee nnd Kentucky. They iirc mnkiiii! the trip with 'MI-. unil Mrs: Clyde Evans ol Monelli'. YoiUh Revival At Osceoia Continues OCCEOLA, Ark., Aug. I.—A spell inl series ol Youth Revival Scrv- Hces which bsgeii last night nl ihc first Bapll.-u Church will continue thrciigh Wednesday nijiit. It is an- 'itiinml by llic pastor, (lie- : iev. i.aroM B. Ti)!ii),-iii. Special speaker at [he service; is the Rev. James Kevcr ol Dallas, Texas, Youth evangelist .\c-jo- ' ialcd with the Uaplist Bludciit Unfcn movement ol the EoDliiiii: Baptist 'Coiivnidon. He comes from -s- day afternoon at six oclo"k it is announced by Mrs. W D' Bur- fcctt of Bas«U, prcsiflent of «<c a scries of services at churches !n Okinhoma Cllv. Houston, Tex.. Dallas, nnd Pt.'Louis. A guirtuatc ol the University ul Texas. Ihe Hev. Mr. Kevcr was a confirmed atheist and president ol -- „.„,...,. „, „„; IIie Tcx! >s EccMy for Ihe Promo- chapter. All members will fcrjyij llon of Atheism iinill his conver- their families. ^..s'on and ordination over a year The chaplcr. organired over ai'S 0 ' " c relnrns to the Stuillinvsl- year ago L? named for a pioneer I * rn EaiKIM. Theolugiral BcinUury. physician and Confederate soliilT' rott Worlli. in September for his of this section of the coimlv Mrs srcol| d Vcar as n ministerial AIU- r J. H.'Hook and Mrs. S. L. Oladish,' both of Csw&ia, are vice-prc.-,idenl dent. Whilc In O:.c,rola he Is the , .,. _, /ivc*|3rc.>Kimi!( ="i-iii- in x^^i^i S.MII iiv m »uv s ii; and secretary of the or^nnlulion. <:f Mr - ai:d Mrs - f; - A - Tenfont. >y Ke«;ps M'.rsp Book LeacJiville i ® Many I?ore 'B n ^ 00( ' s Society — Personal . O. (UPi -Ten-year- old Holnnd Williams collects '«;:«• , Irom all over the world — and '••mounts small sample.-, in a scrap 'Tn'jlu-Jcil in his c-llerl|r H arc- M SPCCiCS OI natlvc; «ood. ami nin e " lau 60 Mrs. l''red Child, city, tulinillcd Miss Ernestine Holt, cilv, nilmit, led. James Carrol Hamilton. QU'Cls ndinlited. J. C. Jlnyes. city, dianirr.ed. I.'. S. lienlsh. city, dismissed. Mrs. W. P. lliictiln.s. Mniillu, dls- miKcd. Billy Oaln. city, dismissed. Miclle Glover, Hell, dismissed. Mrs. .1. L. Thompson Jr. nnd uncy, eily, dismissed. Mrs. r; M. J:linsori. Drat-ando- ci .'dismissed. AIciupMs St. .insejilis llnsiiUil i\)r.s. Charles Carroll, l->iinnto n-i- milled. Kinnn iMcdlin. C'ariitiiei-ivillp -i-l- mittcd. Mrs. Hohcrl Fileiul. [Venn Poinl admit ted. Mrs. V. 13. Smith, city. ii'lmi(te,1 Memphis I!ii|ilht i|n S |>|tnl Mrs. J. H. Clwnipt n. Dc!l ad. milled. Mrs. W. p. liulchlin Mmillp admitted. ' ' ' Mrs. S. E. Unvery, ril.v, a<lniltlcd Mrs. C. M. STiKl"i5. .loinev. admitted. Jack Webli, city. aUmlllcd Missionary Insiitulc Will-Be Held Here Miss liciin Clrnutiers. n?ld worker oul. of Little r;, lr | ; for (he B . (I) list \v» insn's Wissintiiirj- Union will c:n(hiel a i.ilr.jionary in=tili:'" at Ihc First finmr., cliiireh lierr tomorrow. The all day meeting, which will bcjln nt ten o'clork. Is for inembcrr- of W. M. Ii. ?r ,,p s | t] ,, 10 nor (]iptn I-irt rf Mirsis-.ippi county. liv;Hid- my Lnxom. Fortune in Cily Smiles On Small-Town Girl CLEVELAND. O. (Uf> — K-lna Iilrhrl, ,\l;r-n, o.. l)ioi;j!ht she wuuld -re \vhnl. liig-ritv ways v.err- itl:c riml dropped ;< nlvkcl In a slot machhip. She hit the jni;V,|;ol, won more (liaii S7. which'she then invested In keno ciirris. "J didn't do l>«:l f:r a sniall-town girl." .she said pucfcolins S1.003 and returning Is Akron. a rt L^ H °, )' arlcs S ' , lx> "!°" s ' lraf «- ; "'»«' >™.,l(|.l,e malefaetorr, and I rank HuIIman inolorcd lo th.-U all seal noses presented for Mem nhs for them. They were ac-;county payment hereafter will be companied home- by Mrs. Huff- closely examined. The ly,, e of L,|. •nun's mother. Mrs. C. M. Myrick, infcslhig the New Ki gm,d era of Memplns, who will visit them are of na commercial value and In Porlapv lie for a lew days. . 1 50mg hunlers were unsaUslied o Miss Leal, Davis of Corinth, content themselves with Mooting M ss., returned home this morning seals-*, had arlinclal noses ma cr spending several day., hero, ufaetured and picsenled lien for vvltli Mr. and Mrs. Earl Buckley lh e bounty and family. She returned by way of I — Memphis and Jackson where she will visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Worthington aic vacationing in Montreal, N. C. They plan to be away two weeks. BapiKl ne\ival Starts Sunday A revival at the Rev. J. H Johnson, pastor, dolnp woods. Including "'hncexo-d''"!'^!!! !. he ..^ acl "^..R;.N. Holden will Amtralhi. s.uil^-oad from Dute" Guionii. koaivood from Hawaii and have charge of the song service. Everyone Is Invited to attend the services, * • * « Mrs. Jim lacy • received a mc.s- { sage Tuesday lliat Mr. fcicy was Seriously 111 due lo nn olie'rnt'.on. He has been vlslllng in Flint, Mich, Mrs. Lacy .left Immediately for Flint ' •; .Mrs. P. H. Prewitt of Memphis many cllicrs. —"HOTEfPEABODY^ Air rniuliUoiied Fnr ^'om- Oomfnri Loivc.s! ({ales HI E. M^ain St. — Blythcvlllc G d 1st hospital Friday, is very" good Her daughter, Mrs. Lee Moore of Wow-oka, Okla., Is with her Mrs. J. p. Holland l s now able (o he oul foltiwhiB a week's illness Miss Kclith Tillman \vas eallcd to C'fii-ullierM'ille Saturday because of the dcnlh cr her mother. Miss Minimum Norman, of liiint- innbnri!. hid., has returned Irinc! lifter having spent (en days here) as llic guest of Miss Mary Elta- belh Honini. Mis-s Horum and Mrs Kdgar Hornin 'motored her as fii:' a.s Mcmliis today. i Mr.s. Robert smrtcy nnd daiigh- i ter, Sue, loll Friday f or MomU Vcruou, JH., aflor Iwi'iii" visited! Mr. and Mrs. Clinrlcs Alfcrd here for a week. They were accompanied ICmc by Mrs. Alford's lather, A M Shirley, who will visit, them there n month, and Mr. Alfor<l who will spend a week there. Mrs. j. L. Guard spent ycstcrdiu In Sikcslou as the tjuesl, cf ju and Mrs. (Jeorge I.,. Hale. Mrs. W. J. Wunderllcli and hcr s'islcrs, Mrs. Kstcllc Cookc Vjllmer unci Nnss nos:\ Lou Cookc ef Memphis, and Miss Eva Cooko >;f Lux orn. lire vacationing i n scutliern points for Iwo weeks. They plan lo sd:u in ClmtliinooBa, Ailanla, Mi ami, St. fctcretiurg, Now Orlean, iintl Nalcliez. !3. F. Kigcr, who Is ill from a form of I'hcunialiKiii, was taken l,j Memphis lociny tor r.-iajiiinaiion Mrs. Klgcr mol,:red liim d:\vn ill condilion is nnciinngcd. Mrs. Fxl Wllllnms mirl Mrs Tom Phillips are spending || lc day in Wilson with relatives and friends Gilbert Vniighn and W. T. Ellis of Tlptonville. uttered here 1 yes Icrdny for Miss Carmen Lewis who iiucompnnled then) lo Pm-ngoiild to i sec Miss••chin-loUr pnrry, oi Ovci.s- f biii'B, AvhJj is visiting "iliprc. Mh> F Lewis relumed liome hist ni B ht. I Mrs. P. D. Smith, wlio was taken ' to Memphis Thursday to undergo nu cxnmlnn'doii, was" iidmlltcd lo Hie Methodist hospital Salurilivj 111'. Smllli has returned home attei having been with her and her KOH Dr. !•'. Don Smilh, Mrs. Smith ;.ntl her Hsler, Miss Nell Hnvrls. ^ m n ycslerdny with licr. Her condition Is very good but she will remain in the hospital for treatment for the present. Ernestine Holt, daughter of Mi nnrl Mrs. Eincsf Holt, is resting well ;il Hie VVfills hospital following a lun.'lllnctom)- periormed (hi morning, Mrs. J. ]). Nabers. J. L. Nuber rind daughter. Mmy jo, and Mis, Mary Ann Nabei.s.'dtuihtcr of Mi :UK! Mrs. (;. L. Nabcrs. left Kimilas tor iwinls ol Mississippi. Mis. ,1 O. Niibeis plans to be i ( way (wo weeks, but the rest of Ihe'pmtx ;jlon to return In n (cw days. Tiicj stopped In Memphis lo see C. L Niibnis, who Is undergoini; lieat- incnt at n hospital there for four weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bums, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Marshal! and Byd Jones, of Little Rock, spent the weekend ut Reel- foot Lake. Air. and Mrs. Joseph Giiylord Mr. and Mrs. Kinnk Morton Jr Frank Morion St.. and Mrs li-y Uawson. all of fit. j.onis. 'cnin'c •eftciday for a visit with Mr nml urs. chillies Allord. They left to- Jay for Pensacolii. l-'la., where Ihev •vi!l vncation lor two week-.. •I. L. Guard ii a!(ending to bWii- •iess In Chicago for Mveral day.-. : )1. C. Knappenbergcr. B. ;-;. fn'ni- uipiis nnd Tom R Martin imv? retmned from' Greenville. i\ii Wi , where they attcndrd the '"ri.-inia- tlon I'roltc" for n few days. Mrs. c. L. Niilirvs spent yesler- 1ay in Memphis with Mi. Nsihers who is ututrrfioing treatment nt, n hospital there. Mr.;. Alvin tlulTman Jr., uiui in-' Miss Modest Hcnsh-y Miss Modest Hciislcy ol l.o:,llo, rl;., left, ontl Miss JaneUc Davis of Manilla. Ark., rl<jh(. will be nnion-,' the niembars of rji-lta Delta mi' lunuiuon ui Mrs. J. E. "»' u »s "in nieinuers ol JA-JIK JJeila Miss Davis is rush captain of the jrccn, who underwent rin nppcn- i Mtsl toj-crlly ol the Univcrsily of Arkansas chapter for the comln- Icctomy at llic Mempiils Method- At Kansas at Fayelteviltr wlio will year. ' st hospital Friday, Is very good • Miss Janctte ]>avis attend the rush party at the Hotel H:l)lc Wednesday nl'glil. Miss Ilcnsley h president and Miss Davis is rush captain of the were en I'raiid In Heal Noses BCOTHBAY I1ARI30B, Me. (UP) —Comniissloner Arthur rt. Oicen- faut son, Alvin ])], of poilagcdlle, ' man and family. They slopped iicrc yesleWii.v for a briot route home from Memphis.' Alvin I visit ivltli Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hufl- Iliiflinnn Jr., of Portageville, and' The Morning AflerTaking CariersLiitie Liver Pills WHY PAY MORE? Kr.cp Suimurr Chillies. Cool, S 1'rcsli al Loss Cost to Vouriolf. Drctwcs Cleaned fjSc Suits Cleaned fii5 L - I'HONE 1H2 PEERLESS CLEANERS Chrrry & FranhUn Feet. hoi. tired, Irrihdcil, itr-hy. pers\u'ring? Annoyinjr, isn't ii •> \)Q this: sprinkle on rnmnn.s Mexican Heat Powder, then sit, IKI,-); „,„] "ah" your contentment, n "[(.f\ s so pood" nnd ^ivcs you iurr|j|.,T( r d protection againsl cliafc initntioiig, Mexican ITcnt Pouvler Poolln'i— cools—relieves itch ill p of minor r-k hi Irritations -heat rnsli. He sure lo nsk for famous Mexionii Hpai i'o\\- dcr— it's "mediciilcd." JJiinsinc comfort lo thousands A<;li Vom- dniggist for Mexican Heal 1'owdcr MEXiCAMilPOWDER Last Times Today Dr. M. L. Skalle,ANNOUNCES THE OPIiNING OF HIS NEW CLINIC ON THE 2nd Floor of The 1st. Nail. Bank Bltlg. i i Coolest Spot in Town Witch Society Fife Of Courier fiewi F»r Free Show Gueib The 'KI)>'..,Voktl toy I*AT — Jusla g)p off theolrjljlotkl . bubble dance c ji pin ended h<r KfDfrom PSro'BSItN-WAYNEMORIilS'iO/IKBlOKMa »*» SOJSIM • IAHE H1MM . FIHOS 'mm iiuiKtiv . in»[T Hut C»«ctii l( in IS SUUI . PrMMlK H »«KB1 1«B. • i. * t ,, w- . - Also r.iramniint Admission iVInlmec Niglit 16r. S News & Comedy & 26c TUESDAY I'M, MATINEE & NIGHT I'wn Ailmittcd for the Trice uf 1 ilihnis'ion Mad'ncc IHc & !Ce * 3Gc * DEEr?ER,MORECOM!:a!!T-. ABLE FLOA71HG ACTiOH yf KEW PANEL DAMASK COVERS ;*. SAG PROOF i'DGES * GUARANTEED FOR ' to YEARS A Small. Down Payment Will Deliver This Finer lieaulyrcsl Think of II! The new, thicker, finer BEAUTY REST Malircns guaranteed 10 ucqrs 'instead of five, in new Damask 'lickings, prcl- Ucr than ever before, at the same old in'ice. Treat Yourself to America's Finest Mattress-and Fay While You Sleep ^ S S FRIDSY, AUG. 11 150 GOOD REASONS Why You Should A 11 c n d Matinee or Night s s $ s s s $ ? HOXY Admission always 10c A 26c Last Times Today 'COASTGUARD' • \vi(h Haiulf.i[ih KcotI, Kainh Bellamy and Frances Deo. Also J'n\ JVrn-s & Comedy TueT-Wed,-Thu7 PALMGHTS Z Rdnildr.d for (be frlcc nf 1

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