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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS JIONDAV, APRtr, 25, - 1938 < COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET TbU Ticket WU1 Admit [.. Ij. Ward and companion 901 West Main St. —1» Oie— BITZ THEATER —10 see— "GAIETY GIRL" Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. M. A. Isaacs entertaining Tuesday Bridge club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Wednesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. James H. Bell. Mrs. L. II. Moore having the Wednesday Contract club. Chapter "D" of P. 'E. O. Sisterhood meeting at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. T. J. Mnhan. Delphian meeting st 9:30 a.m. «( Hotel Noble. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. A. B, Fulrfield having Midweek Bridge club. Thursday Afternoon club meet- Ing with Mrs. Louis Applebaum. Mrs. Everett B. Gee entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Contract, club meeting with Mrs. Edgar Borum. Have Hew Merabtr. Miss Betty Eberdt became a new member of the local Order of (lie Eastern Star at its regular stnte- ed meeting Friday night. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eberdl. "served in the East" during the Initiation ceremony. During the social hour which followed the initiation, refreshments were served. « Tuesday night a number of Blytheville members attended the stated meeting <Jf th« O. E. S.'nt Csccoln. Among them were: Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester, Mrs. J. A. Salilra, Mrs. W, A. Stlck- monV Mrs. J. D. Smith, Mrs. Charles Alford, Mrs. Gus Eberilt sue! Mrs. B. B. Wilson. : • • • • » • * Daughter Born. A (laughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Hiram W. Wylie Saturday afternoon at Die Memphis Melhodist hospital. .The baby, who cighcrt eight, and a half pouds, lias been named Dora Bemice. •\. • " ' Study. Course Postponed T)i2 Junior-Senior high Parent Teacher, jflssodatlon stiidy cours£ has been postponed frtirii tonight until next Monday night at 1:30 ' o'clock at. the high school auditorium at which time W. D^ Mc- Cllirkhv superintendent of tlie city schools, will discuss "School Problems."' Alteml Misiissipi)} WeiMinsr. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wilson and R.- E. -Wilson III, of Wilson, Ark., were among the Mississippi county people who attended the wedding of Miss Eloise Mothershecl daughter of Mr. -and Mrs. Ernest Un.wood Mothcrshcd, of Lula, Mis sissippi, to Samuel Lester Wilson of Wilson, son of Mr, and Mrs Marlin Wilson, of Lnla. which was solemnized in Lula Thursday afternoon. The ceremony took place at 5:30 o'clock in (lie garden of (he Mothershed residence with the Rev. •3. E. KInscy, pastor of the Bap- ti&l church, performing the ceremony, • • • Has B, P. V, Club Miss Patricia Wise was hostess to members or the B. P. p. club Wednesday afternoon at her home •when nine members were present. Following the business meeting presided over by June Workmai the hostess' mother, Mrs. Lloyd \ Wise, served a salad plate. CLEVELAND (UP)—Mrs. Lucilk Landa, 30. by chance conversation with a woman on a street car was reunited with her father. George Hitchcock, of Midland, Mich., after a- 25-year separation. Bits of News Mostly Personal W. L. Stegnll of Jackson, Tcnn., spent the weekend here as the juest of Mr. and Mrs.' W. M. Minvard. Miss Olenda BrJI Morris, of Parkin, Ark,, who has been visiting icr mint, Mrs. J. a. Barnes, and Mr. names for u week, has de- •Ided (o make her home here. She vill work in the olllce oi the Nu- Wn Cleaners. Miss Jenny Wren Dillaliimty re- Aimed yesterday from Faycttcville, Ark., K'lin-e £hc ivns (he guest of Miss Virginia Martin, who attends he University of Arkansas there. Miss Dlllahunty was a former student at the university. Jlnys Dodds nrui his mother, of Trenton, Tcnn., visited friends here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller and sen, Harvey, nnd daughter, Rita, of rut River, visited Mrs. Mller's sister, Mrs. I.aiiis Applcbaum, "it! Mr. Aupicbaum yesterday. From here they went to Osccota where they will be (lie guests of Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs. Adolph Wei n berg. Vnn Elliott spent yesterday In '.Tern phis. Mr. nut! Mrs. Ellis Snipes, of Memphis, were the p.ucsts of Mrs. Snipes' parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. If. ',. Chambers, yesterday. Cscecln Gordon, of Memphis .pent yesterday here.' Jack Ncblctt and Roy Skaggs of direst City, were ttie guests' of Hiss Jane McAdnms asd Miss Anta Strncke yesterday. Mr, and Mrs. Ben Ccoperrrmn of Cnruthersville, visited friemls here yesterday. Tlie condition of Tom A. Little, who is 111 nt the Memphis Methodist hospital, is steadily imiirov- s. Mrs. W.. L. Horncr and Mrs Dixie Crawford are spending today, (n Memphis. ' Miss Dorine Coulter, 6! Mem- :lus, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. nnd sirs. c E Coulter. Miss Mildred Ton Hubbard, who attends Southwestern University at. Memphis, Tenn., will return to school tomorrow nflcv having spent the, weekend hern with her parents. Mr. nnd Sirs. 0,0 Hnb- bai'd. IWrs. Addle Brewer, who ts supervisor of the Hospital nl Pjira- gould, spent yesterdny here as the guest of her slsler, Mrs B M Dark, and family. Mrs. J. T. Phillips, of Balon Rouge, La., arrived last nigh!;, to be with her daughter, Mrs. Gene Sykfs. who underwent, a major operation nt the Blyllicville hospital this morning. : Goortmnn. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Whit Goodman, of Memphis, remained for n visit, with her erandpnrents, Dr. and Mrs F n Smith, when her parents returned o Memphis last week after spending a n-cek here with Dr. and Mrs Smith. Mrs. A. M. Butt. Mrs. W J Pollard, Mrs. Farnsworlh Black, arid daughter. Betty, spent Saturdav in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J. Neal Gescll were m Memphis Saturday to see Mrs E. J. Browne, who Is ill at (he Methodist, hospital there Mr- Browne's condition has become critical again. She was given T Mrs. Resell Pl,inips and <,„„„.,'. lev. Betly. Mrs. Ross D. She* and daughter. Naucy Ann Mrs R F. Paddison and d-wphter. Ruth,' Mrs. Harry Kirby and Sara Lou McCulchen attended Ihe Lake Lure cfljiip luncheon given at Hotel Pcalredy at Memphis Saturday, blood transfusion Saturday and today seems slightly Improved after having been placed in nn oxygen tent. Mrs. A. M. Butt am; daughter. Miss Kuiii, went lo Clarksvllle, Ark., today to be the guests of Ihe Rev. and Mrs. GeorRe W. I'yles lor several days. Miss Mildred Weaver, of SI. Louis, was the weekend Kite.st of Mr. and Mrs, S. 1C, Garrelt, Adams Kctclnm, cleJit year old Rixichiiiil Ind who was sciiously injured a week ago when lie wav caught in a harrow and dragged Tor about a quarter of a mile, Is now much Improved, lie is at tlie Walls hospital. Miss Ann Viinccy. of Lake Village, Ai-k., T. J. Slovall nnd Mrs. J. T. Stovall, oi Budora. Ark., spent (he weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Stovall. Mr. n>i;l Mrs. S. M. Hodges, of Osceola, spent, Saturday morning wllh Mr. and Mrs. George 1C. Burham. They were guests oi Ihe Barhams for breaklasj, and later were shown their garden. B. G. West, attended a incclini: cf the Southern Cotton Shipper's association In Memphis Saturday. by Mr. arid Mrs. nuel Butler Friday jiljjhl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Woods at Luxora Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Taylor and Virginia Mlze and Mr. and Mrs. Willlard Lyerly spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Turner. Miss Mcalus Swan of Jcwcsboro was the week-end guest of Miss Mildred Swan. Rabbi Pollack Speaks At Jewish Assembly Rnl-bi Herman Pollack, rabbi of Ihe Temple Israel, presented a paper en "Methods of Cooperi- lion With Various Agencies" nt Ine annual convention of the Arkansas Jewish Assembly held In Hot Springs Eunday. At this meeting s. Jicdel was elected n member of the assembly beard to serve for a two-year iw- ricd. ftmoirf the Blytheville people who attended tlie convention were Ral:bl and Mrs. Pollack. Morris Zellnr-r, Louis Lansky and Mr Jicdel. Reiser News Bulgarian Buttermilk Phone 74 Craig's Dairy THE CHARGE CE TME BKI6ADE- . • -js c^ ~*s 1 TO right of ttiem — moth balls to left ef rti»m — but STILL the "noWo 400" varietiet of pcit* manage to get inl To pfevsnt damage by itiotnt, every vostiye of greas» and dirt sfioufd be removed from garment BEFORE they are put away — and OUT modern dry- cleaning service is trie way to do that! Call us NOW — and make this coming summer a disappointing one — for MOTHS 1 NiJ-WA LAUNORY-CLEflNERS Phone 180 Revival meeting Begins. Rev. C. L. Bishop, pastor of the First Baptist church ut Kcifer. announces revival services at Ill's church lo begin Sunday night, May 1. Hev. c. L. Rnmliill, stole evnn- gellst, will preach dally during the meeting which will continue in-' definitely. The Rev. Randall recently conducted a meeting nt Dlythcville which resulted in 75 additions to the church. | Preaching services at nine hi the forenoon and 1:30 In the evening each day during the mect- ng. | * • • Kcisrr School Valfiliciori.'tn. Miss Christin Turner has been selected as valedictorian of the senior class of the Keiser high school with n four year average of A minus. Miss Helen Moore ran a close second for salutatorian. Mlsa Turner has been a student at Kelscr for three years, her freshman year work was done in Osceolu. She has taken part in all scholastic and dramatic activities of the school. Helen Moore has teen outstanding In athletics as well as studies. She was a first string guard on Reiser's championship basketball leant last ycnr and again this year, when they placed second in Ihe county and third in the rtis- Irlct. She has done all her work In Keiser. Nazarene Church Is HoldingPrayer Week A week of prayer which features a radio revival Is being held every morning of tilts week from 9-45 o'clock to 10:30 o'clock, at the First Church of the Nazarene at Second and Vine streets, the Rev. Euplia D. Bcaslcy, pastor ol the church, announced today. A radio is being Installed in the church in order that the program of the Rev. Holland B. London district, superintendent, which emanates from station KARK, Little Rock, may be lieard. The program which begins at 10:00 o'clock is proceeded by 15 minutes oi prayer. Throughput, the state, radios are being installed in the Churches of the Nazarene In cooperation with tills radio revival. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylv COFB. mtnuuiiniu.wt. i.u.tm.u.*.rH or. To Have Oiernifihl Camp Among Ihe activities planned for he local Boy Scouts is an ovci- in'sht camp to be held in Walker park Mny 20 and 21st. The camp will ue called the "Camp-O-Rall." The boys will bring all Ihciv camping equipment and food and vill pilch their tents in the park the night of May 20 when a camp- lire program and court of honor will be presented. A numbe'v of •nvanl.5 ivill be matlc n( (hat time. Floyd /\. White is chairman of he court of honor. Saturday, a number of demonstrations will be put on by the 3oy Scouls. it has been announced >y Ed l-'crd, chairman of Ihe committee on the camp program. "It is not either your pencil! I guess I_can_reftpgiiize_ r my own 1 tooth marks!" " Mr. Stitt is. vice prcsdent of the men's group. They were accompanied there by Albert Birkhead of Jonesfcoro, secretary of the same organization. The 50 present were guests of Paul Huckins. formerly of here and who is now manager of the Ben McGhcc hotel there, for n dinner party Saturday night. BOSTON (UP)—Men' drive more i slowly than women, according to! a Boston University survey. The poll, conducted among men and women students, showed the men's average driving speed was 37 miles an hour. The women averaged 33 •miles nn hour. At the Hospitals Mrs. Gene Sykcs underwent ;i major operation'' at the Blythcvillc hospital today, after having been admitted yesterday. Mrs. W. A. Bickerslaff, who has been a patient at the Walls hos- pilal for some time, underwent a major operation yesterday, Miss Inez Thompson underwent an operation for appendicitis Saturday night at the Walls hospital. Miss Modcnu Massey, who has teen quite 111 from asthma, was removed to the Memphis Baptist hospital yesterday. Henry Hum phrey motored her down.. Read Courier News Want Ads. Scout News Boys Girls I.. S. V. (Ida naic dork BATON KOUOE, La. (UI'» — Louisiana State University has received n clock from a 1711) Century chateaux in southern Prance for Us work in (lie advancement of Frcnrh literature and culture The award, presented l>y La Bonne Volontoc Franco-Ainerlcahie. is the third ever i;lven lo an American college or nniverslly. Head Cmirier News wa.i v . A<ls. The True Facts About FISTULA - Free Many persons could save (hem selves from various tlansorous re suits of fistula, II Ihcy oiilj* kiiev. the facts and acted in time. You can get n large, illustrated free back by simply wiling to the Thonitcn & Minor Clinic. Suite 1819. 920 McGee St., Kansas City, Me.—one of (lie largest and oldest vcctal clinics of America, noted for Hie mildness of its treatment. No obligation is involved. Book will be nulled in plain wrapper. School Itas 6 Sets of Twins LA SALLE, Miol). (UP)— Sacj« iearl school lici'c lias six sctjo wins ranging In age from 0 to H FARM LOANS • Ait*NM «nd Low MI rates— lo vest Also cHy preperiin DON H. KASSERMAN lliomaj Land Co. OHlce P. O. Box «0, Phono 527. A. R. Wctenkanip & Co. Agents Mcmjihls Tent & Anninif Co. ;all 187, 758 or 330-W for Krco| Estimates. Blythevillc, Ark. Mrs. Alice Wilson and son Harmon Wilson have moved into the house recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Little. Mr. Wilson Is employed in the grocery store of hla brother, Harvey Wilson. Mr .and Mrs. Spence Williams attended Ihe bridge party given Attend Hotel Group's Little Rock Meeting Mr. and Mrs. .lessee Stitt were In Little Hock Saturday where Ihcy presided at. meetings of the Arkansas Charter No. 20 of the Hotel Circeters association and its auxlliiiry. Mrs. Stitt Is president ct, the state women's group and I ADLERIKA Klrby BroS. Drug Co. Drs. W«rt & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Store "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone Mo FREE GIFTS TUESDAY APRIL 28 City Auditorium IHylheville, Ark. EVERYBODY IS GOING TO the ALL ELECTRIC KITCHEN COOKING SCHOOL to See and Learu of a— —Better Way To Cook —Safer Way To Cook —Cooler Way To Cook —Faster Way To Cook —Cleaner Way To Cook —Healthier Way To Cook —More Convenient Way To Cook —More Economical Way To Cook Don't j/rss This Kvcnl Two O'clock /;. IK., April 26 Free Admission — Free Gifts 1 ^\f\ Famous VI Vf 1938 Models MAGIC CHEF GAS RANGES GIVEN AWAY IIANGK FFtEE FREE ONE HUNDRED Ranges \\\\\ he given asvay ithsnhilcly free when ynu Purchase oiie of our aOO-ff;illoji or larger BdTANK I-A is Sj\SlfcMS. We will in exchange f or yniir olil cook stove install complete in, ynrir HOJIK i'lK'Imlmg (fie plirmljins; one of fhcsc heatitiful J!»;i8 Ranges. KM,L OUT-COUPON AND MAII, NOW J'OIJ A PREB COUl'ON Address Cooking - Refrigeration - Heating SMALL DOWN PAYMENT— HALANCE 3 YE4RS 1<'HA 5'> THRMS WEIS BUTANE GAS CO. riione 737 -US W. Main Sf. Hl.vthcviilc, Ark. 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Happy romantic antics in 'Alexander Korda's ' first big musical hi'tl K«Nf DICHMONO HOP1QN Arthur HOUSEMBht fUZZT KNIGHT Alsr> selected shorts Tucs. Wed. ft Tlnirs. will not be Tal Night this week owinir to the l.riics to be given ;vway cacli niglU. ,'PATRICIHLUS - 1ACK HUlBfRT r/ I, THOINION HIEll MO • Also selected shorts Adinission Jralincc lOc 5 ir Admission NiglH i 6f ^ ^ b

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