The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1938 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 18, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVULB (ARK.) COlWJER NEWS Roy COURIER NEWS . l-UAJENJARY 1ICKBT fc Tfe>k«i. Will Admit Cunningham and companion -7,10 (HABITS TREATEP —to s«— "Fury and the Woman" Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Maple. Groye Cemetery Uon meeting at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. J. W. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin enterlalrilnj: tlie Tuesday Bridge club. Ypiing Matron's club meeting with Mrs. Murray Smart. Lnnge parent Teacher association meeting at 3:0(1 o'clock at Second * Baptist church. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Central Ward Parent. Tcacljov association meeting 3;00 o'clocK at school preceded by ex;e:utive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock, Wednesday Brldse club meeting with Mrs. Harry ftirby, Mrs. N. B. Mcnard culerlainlns tlie Wednesday Contract club, Ladies' rJIble Study of Church of Christ meeting with Mrs, Aildlson Sjnilh at 2:30 o'clock. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Harry W. Hajnraj having tlic Mid Week Bridge club, Allar Society of Hie Church of the Immaculate Conception sponsoring bingo party Thursday night at Catholic Hall at 8:00 o'clock. Thursday Afternoon o!nu meeting with Mrs. Randolph Smith. Mrs. C. W. Affliok entertaining the Thursday Luncheon club, Thursday contract club meeting with Mrs. C. F. Elakemore. FRIDAY'S Mv. an<l Mrs. Cecil Shane entertaining-. Tuesday night Supper club at T,00 o'clock, Stated meeting of O. B. S. at 7:30 o'clock at hall. General meeting of Woman's club. Woinan's club lia.vIi\E general meeting nt club house. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia 1 throughout with vases of spring (lowers. An Easier centerpiece of butmlcs scatfd on a mound of grass was used for the dining table. Following the games, the guests went to the carnival. Upon their return tliey were served a, midnight lunch o! chicken salad sandwiches, colato chips, doughnuts, and Iced drinks. • * • Have Kaffer Egg Hun;. Marjorie Clear, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. T, Clear, and Clay Gatrlgini, (laughter of Mr. ami Mrs. c. w. Gnrrieaii, were hos- losses lo 25 of their friends at an Easier egg hunt Saturday afternoon at (tie Clonr home on llic Barficld road. A chocolate egg was presented Russell Phillips (or finding the prize egg in Hie limit. Salllc Travis received n chocolate rabbit In n contest whero the guests attempted to pin n tall on a rabbit while they were blindfolded. After other gtuncs had been played, tlic giicsls were served Ice cream, • * * LMughtcr Burn A daughter was born to Mr. ami Mrs. Mobley Estes at the Blyilie- villo hospital Sunday afternoon. The baby, who weighed eight :OUIH!S and IK ounces, lias been named Myrtle Virginia for her 'notlier and grniulmalher. Mrs. Estos wax the former Miss Virginia Born-land, MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1038 nud alunuw meeting of lite Wash- Miss Jamlo Itiglon University Dental school. Mrs. Taylor is visiting her daughter. Mrs, Sam Matthews, and Mr. Matthews. Dr. and Mrs. Taylor plan lo return Thursday night. George w. Hush, of paragmild. was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Cecil Shane, and Mr. Shane, ycs- Icrday. Miss Virginia Martin, who attends the University of Arkansas at Knycltcvllle, returned there la~,t night after having spent the Easter holidays with her parents, Mr. nnd M,rs. lorn P. Martin. She was ac- ccmpanlcd by Miss Jenny Wren Ulllahunty who Is a former student f-—. of the University. Miss Dillalnuily ' will spend (he week there. i Miss Ann Tompkins returned lo] at. Louis yeslerday where she is A ! student In Ihe school of medicine j at Washington University, She spent | her spring vacation with her i mother, Mrs. J, F, Tompkins, anil j family. ils visikd Mrs. Wcldmtm an<l Miss Nichols' mother hi Kelscr yesterday and Inter attended Ihc shown* of "Snow White and (he Seccn Dwarfs" at Osccoin Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Slmic will go lo Memphis tomorrow to attend the con?crt of Hose liajnplon at the tills auditorium. Ur. ami Mrs. I. R. Johnson left yesterday for Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Johnson will have an examination at (he Mayo Brothers clinic. They plan to 'return in n week or ten days. Osceola Socicly — Personal ut (he Mctliodibt Hospital, following an operation for appendicitis lajt Tuesday. Miss Este is head of the Commercial department of the O.sceola high school. Roy B. Dawsrai, newly elected su[>erinteni|enl ol the Osceola schools fcr next tiriii, with Mrs. Diiwson and daughter, Katie Nell, of Clarendon were here the latter l>:irl of tlie week. Air. Dawsoit al- lended tlie monthly mectiiij; of the Mississippi county superintendents and principals at Ulxora 'lluirsa'ay night. Mrs. Roy- Dlllard, Mrs. A. L. Royce, Mrs. J, S. Douglas, Mrs. William Stewarl, and Mrs. J. T. Rhodes attended the ((iiartcrly meeting of the Mississippi county W, M. U. held al Dyess on Friday, Albert ngs, who attends the "I don't know what's the matter with me—it's too, late t'ot '.flu, an 1 loo early for spring fever or love." attended Arkansas 'Etnle there. Besides being n member, of Delta Bel« Sigma, she, wns afn\latcd with the Delta Beta Chi sorority wliHo intending college. Last year, she \Vi\s elected spoiisor of an R, O. T. C. batalllon a,nd was one of six | e'rls whose, pictures appeared in . the benufy section of the college •ear book. She came here last cbllcgc on the NiUioual convention ol Mimic Educators In St.. Louis wlildi she attended recently. Hostesses during the social hour Which followed were Mrs. E. L. Hnle, Mrs. T. E. Tide nnd Mrs. C. E. Crlgger. Strawberry shortcake and c«I!ce were sewed. Vorlics-Y'quiig Rites ! Solemnized Yesterday The, wedding of Miss ' Imogenc Forbes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. T, Forbes of Black Oak, and William Krvin Young, sqn o( Mrs. Eunice Young, was solemnized at the Black Oak .Methodist church yesterday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock by the Rev. R, s. Schuster, pastor of' the First Thesbyterian church in Jonesboro. The modernized log cburch was decorated throughout in green av\d white with an improvised white arch over the altar entirely covered by. entwining toy and white roses. White tapers in-white candelabra flanked Ihe altar around which was arranged, floor basket,-; of aster' lilies, gladioli and roses. The windows were'draped In white sad green and between each of these were'sprays of rriock orange. Gene Lilly, of Jonesboro, a cousin of the bride, lighted the tapers. A program of nuptial music was given by Miss Cynthia Crum, pianist, Miss Imogene Baker, vocalist, rand Charles Stuck, violinist, all of Jonesboro. -'Holy. Holy, Holy," "Dream of Love", "I Love You Truly", "At Dawning", "Indian Love Call" were used. :'LJt:bfstn was played, during the exchanging of vows and both weflulng marches •were used. ; Mrs. George Stickler, dressed In a prich net and afternoon leghorn hat and carrying a bouquet of talisman rases. Attended her sisler us matron of honor. Her daughter, Ann Stickler, as the flower girl, wore a, long green organdy dress. The , br(de, who was given hi marriage by .her father, was gowned in a hyacinth blue silk marquisette over a. tafctta slip around the bottom of which van white satin ribbons 'caught In front by nosegays of pink rosebuds and forget me nols. The bodice was shirred to the waistline where the full skirt began. A shoulder length veil was attached at the back of a hat of "hyacinth blue flowers. She carried a bouquet of'Easter lilies and valley lilies. Mr. Young was attended ty Rouse Harp as best man. At the close of tlie cerernonv the couple knelt for prayer on 'a •white satin pillow of the Delta Beta Sigma sorority of which Mrs Young is « member- Later their names v.ill be embroldeied on this Be o 1'ai-ty Given Tonight .rtmiucr lo make her home with The proceeds from Ihe bingo ,„_ ....... ...... ~ par(y (0 J)0 glrai , ml|gm |)y 11|c Guild cf the .51. Stephen's Episcopal church will go Inlo the'guild fund for remodeling the church and the pastornge. Tlie affair will be held at the Catholic Hall un:30 o'clock. icr sisler, Mrs. George SlicXler, >nd (aniily. Mr. Young was graduated (rom lie city high school and is now vith the Fanner's Dank nnd Trust iompany, For the present, Mr. and Mrs. Young will be at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Stickler. * • * • .tsir. Department Meets Mrs. Pniil.L. Tipton was leader of the program presented «t the neellng of Ihc music department j of tbe Woman's club Frlrtny afternoon at the club house. At (he beginning of llio program. Mrs. J. I'. Friend talked on the 'Romance of Easter" in association with Buster music, following which Mrs. George M. Lee ami Mrs. Tipton sang "The Divine petition" from the "Crucifixion!" A discussion of the "Influence Music- had on Motion pictures" was given by Mrs. Marion Williams. At the conclusion of her talk. Mrs. Joe O. Trieschtnann sang Victor Herbert's "All! Sweet Mystery of Life" and Bobby McHaney sang the song with which he won first place in tho junior high district rncel- a- short time ago, "Jeanie, With The Dark Brown Hair.' Miss Mars' Emma Hooil reported llai House Party Max Wat.sou. 'who Is » senior at the Armorcl high school this year. entertained several mempers,,of hij .class niid other, friends'nl a house i party at his home In town Friday A reception ».l the: home of Hie brirtrt parents follwtrt th» cer j - MOH.V. Mis& Plvylto Williams, of JoriKbcro. prided at the punch bowl. Mlsi Moily, E«oy. 3ml Miss Loraine aecoy, formerly of here but. now of Jonesboro, also assisted In serving. . Mts. Young was graduated trom Ihe Jonesboro h^h school and later BUYO.K USED CARS FROM YOUK CHEVROLET DEALER 1038 Clm-rolct Coach Only 1935 Ford lu\p Hcilai V-g 1S.1C Ford V-S Oc! luxe Coii]>c ........ ! 1S31 C'hcvrolcl j Coach W38 Void V-S Trurk $345 $265 $345 $195 $295 and Saturday. Friday ,i| B i,(, the 20 boys an< Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Earl Rooms, of Fulton. MD,, Is visiting her mother. Mrs. E. M BO'"", and family. Mr. nr.;| Mrs. Klstner Bciill, of Pine Bluft. sjietil Ihc weekend with Mrs. Benll'x parents, Mr and Mrs P. E. Cooley, T. R. Watson, ol Jackson. Miss., -spent the weekend here with Ills family. Mrs. Geneva Payne spent Ihc weekend In fit. Louis and Cape Cii- inrdean where she visited friends , Mrs. S. s. Stcvnbcrg is going to Little Rock today to attend a meeting of the Centennial "onnnissioi. Q. whl:li, sue .was appointed by the goyeruof, :. ' , '' Mrs. "Mcdon Sllnn. of Comvny spent the weekend with her daugli- University of Arkansas at Payeltc- vllle, has returned to school after spending the spring vacation wlln relatives. Colon Douglas, who has bscn spending his spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Douglas, has returned to the University of Arkansas nl, F.iyellcville where he is a student. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. ShiWcy mid children, accompanied by Mrs. G. Khlblcy, of New Madrid, Mo., visited fiiemls in Clarkwliilc, Miss., Sunda.y. Mr. and Mrs. A, Coiiwiiy have as their gurats Mr. Conway's mother. Mrs. J. T. Conway. and brother. J. T. Conway. jr., of Marshall. Mo. They iii'ilvcd Friday and will spend jeveral days here. Mrs. L. A. AllbriUon. uf Pa:lucah. y.. is Die guest ot her nlccc, Mrs. J. A. Leech, and Mr. Leech. Today, ! Mrs. AllbriUon. Mrs. Leech mid Mrs. A. C!. Little ore In Holly Springs. Miss., for the "i'llKriin- Mrs. Bo!> Chiles and son and Mrs. J. M. Walls nnd sons were in Oscoola yesterday for the motion picture, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." Mr. and Mrs. w. E. Lyman, of Colton. Minn., were the weekend guests, of Mr. Lyman's brother. E. 13, Lymnn. They were rn route hcme nflcr having iniulo tlicir an- | nnal winter (rip to Ftorldii. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woidimm and children, Ann and Kclwin. ancl Attcml 1'. 1'. A. Convention Mrs. W. W. Prewltt. presulritl ol (Ire Osceola t'. T. A.. Mrs. E. C. Wi'llljcrn, and Mrs. Mary Blanche Downs of Chirayo, who is visitinR licr brnthri-, Joseph Goiigh ami family, were in Hot Springs .several days lust week nltcndmg the sessions of the Arkansas 1". T, A, Mr. ami Mrs. John A. Kdrinstou and dilldrcn visile:! Mrs. Masyic). Jphnscn and family »l Carnthcrs- | villc SiiiKluy JiftrriKioit. I Mrs. ILvcrctl Reid :im! Miss' Christine I'oindextcr were in Mem- j phis Saturday afternoon lo visit- Miss Gladys Estes, who is a patient; ' ' A ly HkWusE u II nf Pimples and Klein- islies from Om.slipalion' suys Verua Schlcpp: "Since mini: Adlenka the pimples arc gone. Mv skin is .smooth and glows iviili hcaltli." Adlcrika waslics BOTH bonvls, and relieves constipation that so often aggravates a b;«l complexion. Kirby Bros. Ding Co. iiml look part in the Installation f! t the newly elected officers of t^c R Dyess organiialioii. Edward Tenfold, who Is a Junior i Georgia Tech, Atlanta, Ga., spent the Easter weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Tca- ford. O M/l Everything for your ent«i* tainment and comfort. Admission Matinee lOo & 2Go Admission Night IGc & 36o Watch Society Page Of Courier News For ^ Free Show Guests ' OAK LUMBER For Sale—100,000 It. of gooil hill oak lumber delivered nt vi'iy low iiriiTS. Sec J, W. Barren lllythcvillc, Ark. 1'hoiic 398 A. I{. WL'(cill«ini[) & C'O. Agents McmpliLs Tctit A Awnin? Co. Cull 187, ISO or 330-W for Free Estimates. Blylheville, Ark. lev. Miss Marguerite Sjlaz. Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Taylor sire in - St. Louis for n few da.ys where Dr which was decorated ' attending a class reunion WA3H.& .. Wash, CJvease, 1'olisji anii waxed 55.UU H. K. SCHMUCK "Esso 1 ' Sfplioii M.lin »ni) Division A BLANKET POLICY BEFORE shelving your blanlcefs for the Summer, It's good policy to sent/ them to us. For one tiling, spotlessly clean blanteb arc less inciting to moths.' THE way ' we" lai/nder~fhem —' w it h specially designed equip.'', merit — p o s i t i v e I y i n s u r e s ' laundering to exact shape. We '• guarantee against, shrinkage' or : stretching. 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Last Times Today 'Adventures of Tom Sawyer 1 \\illv Tommy Kelly & May AlMu r.HUMiuiint Nrns t v sclcttctt Adiimskm ^l;ifii\co l(li; &• 2(. j Admission Nighl IFJI; \ [ifo- TUESDAY RIALTO PRODUCTIONS ' dmission Matinee. 1ft; & !itic Admission Night IGc i 3tfc ROXY Ailmissijm always l<k & 2Gc Malinees Sat. & Suiiday NipUt shows—Box OITicc O|ien 7:00 p.m. Shows hlarl 7:15 p.m. Last Times WEIRD MYSTERY HIT!/ »^Y«»' ">w T'ox N'cws A Comedy PAL NIGHTS'. Tue. - Wed. - Thur. I Two Admitted [or the I'rlcc. ot ice Con p>iu>i>x wHh FRANKIE DARRO RICHMOND/. Also Comedy

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