The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1938 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 27, 1938
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PAGE TWO (ARK.) COU«lBIt NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, loss Elected District Leader Of P. T. A. CODB1SR NEWS <X>MFMM6NTAR¥ TICKET This .Tklwt WU1 Admit an St« ^ "jlcmfe I, S I-: ' *-L.," 0 t «" •5" - ~—l9 Stt— ' » "Rebecca of Smmybr'ook Farm" FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia ' Social Calendar , " THURSDAYS EVENTS Mis A B F^irflcld lW'»B Mid- Kcet Bridge, piub, Ttyur'W Afternoon club meet- ing'with Mrb. Umls APPlebausn; '' ' Mrs Everett B C?e cn(«rtalti- iiig Thursday Umcheon club ruirvtt S BVENTU EM>8Ut{\$ Iw.rd of Wotnans Missionary Union of First Bautist c)iw:li meeting 230 o'clock, nt home' of .Mrs. Wa.ltcr Bishop. Vf. M, U. Has Woman s Misstoimv Union pf the First Baptist church met In Circle meetings Monday nftcmoon when clicle pnc met 31 the church \utti 10 mentf>crs present, The de- (otfoital from the ninth chapter cffMaik was led by Mrs Marlon Williams mid the business meeting was presided oier by- Mrs Leslie Moore Mrs "*E B Woodsoii and Mrs Mnoro offered prayers. Mrs Wnltcr Bishop presided over; the business session when 19 members of Circle Two met a I the home of Mrs Llo)d SUckmon The devotional from the sixth. chapter of Matthew was read by Mis 3:-li. Cantrell. Mrs Alfred Carpenter and Mrs H H Biopks led In pra.ypr. During the social hour which fol- loivetl," ,the hostess served refreshments :MrsV;J. R, Nave read the devotional from (lie second chsplcr of Galatlans \vhen Circle Three met with Mrs T L. Cassldy Mrs M. C. Outlaw offered prajer and Sins. John Budianan ^ns In charge pf business The 12 members and one visitor closed the sentence prajers meeting with 'Charity" was the subject of the de\otipnal led by Mrs W M Buchanan wJieu 13 members of Circle Bits of News Mo«tly Mrs. Edna Warren pf Lake Lure, N, o., will spend tomorrow in, tftts city, fjlic Is counsellor of l^akc Lure ciimp for girls. Mrs. Whit Goodman, o( Memphis, f.','((\'etl Monday (o be with her daughter., whp became ill wjij) e visiting her urandriarenls. Dr. and Airs. K ». Smltli. They rcturneft hpmc loday, tec has now rccpvc/ed! Ur. and Mlrs. Paul li. Tipton are sppildiiif today In Memphis. Hairy Springer, of Memphis, Eneiil ycsltrday liere as Ihe guest cf Mr. «nd Mrs. Jack Appjebaum, Mrs. E. J. Browne Is ' ftltically ill ngnln. she liaB-bceii In a- coma since yeslerdfty and her physicians have abandoned hope. Or .niul Mrs. ». A. MpHahwand daughters, Mrs. Curl Ross, Mrs Arlhur Oamboll and' Mrs. H. c Cook, wetc the gucsls of Dr. and Mrs. AicIJancy's dadglitcr, M fs . 1\. Moore, and family Glencoe> New Club Room'Opens Thursday 'I he cpeniiig of the new "club loom" of the Hole! Glcncoe grill is lo be held Tlnii'sday nighl, 1C was announced icrtay by Mellio Smith, owner. . The rcpni, which urn'once (he main dining room pf Dip hotel, ^ been converted Into a modern place for dancing and dining with a ncv, rak floor laid over Ihe tile, on 0111 Eldc of the large room, and Ihc other side arranged will! private boolhs. 'Ihis club room is lo be opcrulet in addition to Ihe regular rcslauran of Ihc hotel. Tonight, will be "high .schoo nighl" at the -lub room, which las nighl was open to Ibe "younge scl-i" of the city. These l\vo aifair are "prcvue" parties given before :he olliclal o))ening. t sponsors for Ui :ligh bcliopl party, which will bcgii U 8:00 o'clock, are Joe Dllcly anc Mitchell Best. "Sure, I heard you! But I'm not going to turn around when a man whistles ut me, even if he does wear a uniform." C. t.\. J)i|ck will go to Hot Springs Thursday to altend the Bar Association meeting (here Ihls Mrs. W. W. Pro-will • of was elected district president 01 Ilia Parent Teacher assocl«(ion tor noiihcast Arkansas, al (he state convention held In Hot laet week, ftlrs. I'rcwltt bns president of "ihe Osccoln P. T. A.' for the past two years. The northeast 'district comprises counties In Ihls section of the state. lllbbprl/' Bottom, of B^sl ~~' uts, wijl arrive Friday morning lo sppnd severnl days' )iere as tho BUesl of Miss Bobbie Lee King and Sir. an:i Mrs. Samuel F. Nprrie .The condition of J. L. ' buanl w)io Is critically ill ut tl,e Blylhc- \-lllo iicsptlul, | 6 sllghlly improved Ihls aftcrnopn. Caruthersviile Society — Personal John W. Asher spent.Tuesday at Warden and at points,i|v DunkUu county ntlending to business matters. Robt. D. Say re of Memphis spent, Tuesday morning In tills city attending lo business matters. Mr. and Mrs, Leon ScoM' returi)- Four met with Mrs Ivy W Cray- e: l Monduy frgtii Memphis! Mrs' ™i,H« J r rS Verc ?f rer , p , d b J" Ta ? rs -.! Scott is convalescing from »n' ap'-, an !„„ . .... T pemllolUs operation performed recently at St. Joseph hospital in that, Mrs, ;E!\rl Saullnan of Crnw- Theodoic Logan and. Mrs Irene Taylpr Following the business session, presided over by Mrs Matt Monaghan, refreshments \\ c r c. served. Mrs quy Bur ta and Mrs Charles S?.^,^!!^? A ;^^h * •*• were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie nr |i v Daniels nnd Mrs. Lillian Wilktns jj re _ and fnmliy. At the Hospitals 'Ihe Rev. J. L. Ncwsom. '.vlio undcrwcnl a tonsilectomy yesterday nl the..Blythcvllle.|)Ospit,-il, vvns removed to his homo in Ihc Prido subdivision in a Cobb ninbulauce. Miss Louise Anderson was taken ' to the Walls hospital last, night in I a Cobb ambulance for an emergency I appendicitis opornljon, which was ! performed at 11 o'clock. She is rest- ' ing YC,ry well today. Dr. J. W. lihodcs, pMlayll, Is 11 paticiit i|t Ihc Mcmplils .Baptist nyt(er, ivhp und.erwont an operation for appendicitis' at the city hospital yesterday.- While hire, Miss, Rouse is (lie guest of Mr, nnd Mrs. U. L. Harp, Like planls, banana trees have slews instead of trunks, although they attain a height pi 40 feet. Huffman _. *-,-- lv .-^-.-- •" J'^-Benton oft West A-I, ii'rt" °T * ilCn a W>'-.Mr* Cartes Nee|ey, Mrs. Q. T. ^c p n~ ^f "r? m ch , aige Ct F" Davis and Mrs. H, I. Morris spent, business. Mrs George Ingram led Wednesday afternoon Ul Hayifas ;ucsts of Mrs. E .E. Simpson. They attended a picnic given by the Wo- nan'.v Council. Mrs. E, E. Simpson of . Hayti pepl Monday eypning in this city -s the guest of Mrs. R. I,. Morris. Wendell Maycs of Jefferson City, Mr and Mrs W O Gcuiin en- ' tertalned. \>ith a din.nei party last night ra honor of I O \Vestbrook jr, v;hose birthday was jesterday. Yellow rose&Hds a.nd jellow tapers Miss Opa) Mac Dicker was removed from Ihe ' Blythcvillc hospital to her home oi) Clark street ..yesterday aftcrnoqii In n Unnnn niubulancc. . •'.' -\ i ' '• ' the "devotional and prajers wore offered by Mrs W. G Maxwell and Mrs W M Blajlock Refreshments were served-during the social hour. f • • ' Surprised With formed the centerpiece of (he dining table, and the yellow and white scheme was furlhu curried out in the yellPV. candles on the while birthday cake Following the dinner, the guests went, to the Westbrook home where ,30 friends of. Mr. and Mrs. WesU brcok. v ho ticre hidden m the house began singing Happy Birthday" and showered Mr. Westbrook with an assortment of gifts. Games of "topper" and "fiddle- Etlcis" iveic 'played in the living and dining roams which were dcco- rated'in roses honejfiickle and mock orange. j\l the. conclusion o! the games, ice ere a in and cako were served. • • • Osceola Girl To ISide;In Horse Sliosr M:ISS Ethel Brlcke>, daughter of Mr and iL's A C) Biickey, of Ooceola, nho Is it student at Mary- vine polleje of the Sacred Heart in St LcuK Mo, tako pan In , the. fifth annual horse show prepare tors srnools Marjvflie college, to be htld al the Missouri stables Arena the night -' *—' 18, 2Sth and 30. Miss of April Brlckey I one of more than 205 students Rho «lll lake r«rt in the show * * * Given Birlhuay. Parlv Alene Rarhh "was guest of honor at a panv £l\en Saturday afternoon on her tenth blrtjiday by her mcther, Ntrj. Haivey Parish am J&- 01 arles Roberson At tv concision r-f the games Mhlch wcic placed tbroughout the Mo., spent the week end here \vllli lis parents, Mr. nnd Mia. Von ifayes. Mrs. Chns. Shields left Wcdncs- Jny morning for St. Louis. She will; ematn several days and receive' reatnicnt at one of Ihe hospllnlo here. Mrs. J. Ralph Pinion entered Ihe Southeast Missouri hospltn'l In Cape jlrarclenu, Mo,, Saturday where he underwent an operation. She s making satisfactory progress at ;hls time. Mr. and Mrs. R. M, Pierce and daughter, Joan, spent the week end In Jackson. Mo. They visited vlth relatives and friends while .here. Mr, and Mrs. Harry E. Ptickelt Df Fulton, Mo., spent- the week end lerc and at Paragonld. Ark. Mrs. Puckelt visited vtilh licr parents^ Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Williams and Mr. Puckett spoilt a part of the time al Paragoiild. wllii his mother. Mrs. L. E. Puckett. Mrs. J. c. Hill accompanied by her- gucsl, Mrs. Ohas. Fritz of Chl- ;ago, drove to Memphis Friday and spent (he week end with relatives. Mrs, Hill returned home late Sim- day afternoon. Joe HIJI, son of Mr. and Mrs J C. HIM, of East Eighth street, Is 111 this week with measles. Rend Courier News Want Ads. ,.i ,, ~ * HH> ^^P MI «»*»>MM«VMMVMM*TM. SPECIAL ONE DAY DRESS SALE As :> special fc.Uuic during th« )G gu"sts v.cre serv- tij \0f crrani and cake al a (nbi. decorated ^ith ios«s and homy suckles At tbi" tune ,the" o lionor receiTed a numbtr pf it • * « Club Has Gne-ts Mis W. J Pollard and Mrs. \v H llmlard'wcre gytiU of Mrs. M A Isiaco when she ' entertained ( membeis e.t the Tuesday riUdgc e!,ib a\ her home jestcrdaV Sprins$ decorated the hoaie, and a mixed bouquet wa* used 6n the dining t»W6 at which the lunch was served The spring mctif was also carried out in the floral tables , In the bridge eamei, Mrs -. Elton Klrby ww Mtth and Mrs. Minyard high Dryden, Kcllle Mcpjanahan, Dollye Robinson and. Je*cl Williams returned Sunday evening from Eedalla, Mo., where they had attended the annual meeting of-the Federated Business and Professional Wotncns Club. Mls.5 Dryden spent,a part of the time In Kansas Clly, where she visited with JriencU. ] • Jesse Owinn jnil Oen« DUI of Hayti spent a • few hours here Monday . morning txtU-ndlng to business matters. Mupt. W. A. Hudson of Dcerlng. Mo; spent- a• few lioura here Monday looking after business matters. - Mr. and Mrs. Clyda Harper of tills city and KV. and- Mrs. T. O Hnirpei- -of Kcncti; . Mo.'. Client the wecls. end in Wynne. ;Ark. They fgp , painUngsr" In thr a ph'otc- In rallco nrintlnK. GRANDDADS Peaberry COFFEE Always Fresh Buy a PadagerToday; for one d;iy only, SfriMl! Dresses, Printf, Lamb's Skin, 5*-90 lo $7.15 values. THURSDAY ONLY $3.98 All 5S.75 Values, one day only $4.98 §9.75 Valui'b, mic day onlv $5.98 $12.75 to $13.75 values, one (lav onlv $9.75 $14.75 lo S1U.75 values, . one day only $10,75 MY. ' WQOLKN COATS, 'SUITS AN!) TOPPEHS HALF PRICE SO flits $4.54 in f8 SHOES Eiokcn Sizes, pne day «n!y $1.00 Ncv Shipment Glove Silk I'anlicr- ilnrt. Bilcls, 83c; $1 ami J1.35. Tfiursday oiily 69c 89c 98c AIU^ New Yorker and olhct brands Sliuy, S.ilin.-, :ind Trcf-Cs, S2.iy -to 5t19 values, die tUv only $1,69 & $1.89 [}i\r $1.29 Washable C.'icpr aalin prassicrc, zipper lo[>, . one f*f»v only 89c THE LADIES TOGGERY I WHAM Jil.DG lp 054 Pearl Heiisqn ami Uary slewmt loft Friday for Shrcvopoj'l, LH, Mrs. Pearl Hoiison ana Mrs. Jolmnic \yehb .vi.siled Mrs. n, ir. .Cireeu, pf'Uyltr, nnd Mrs. Kiii 'CcpelaiKl, pf Cooler, Prlcliy. Mi's. Zeb Reno,' or Steele, Mo., :vk!ted relatives lierc Sunday. M'iss E]|2ilietli MerrHi spent «; ii«lay niglit with Miss Pniictlial Warreit of, Tyler. Mr. aikl'Mi-s. Tommy Rny ami c:vVlrciii ,or 1/ylev. visited ll*ir ))3iciils, Mr. anil Mrs. Slcpl PCJTJ IUK! Mrs. Elln r|ay. 'sniulay. Several members of the Assembly of Oo:l clnivcli were baptised licic Sinulny. Returns Home New Liberty News Mrs.'J.-M. Aycock has been h ciDpliJs since Saturday with lie diuighter, Miss Iniogenc, who vvn opeiatcd on Thursday for appoii filcllls. She is Improving rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. Ifeiiry Ncal. o Holland, were-the'weekend guest: of Mrs.-' Weal's parents, Mr. Mrs. D. Oarratt, and family. Mr. nnd Mrs, Theodore Walden, of SI. Louis, arrived Friday for ;l visit wllli ' Mrs. Waldcn's "parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Garner. The Rev. and Afrs. F. M. Sweet and son. Frank, jr.. Mv. and Mrs. Martin Nelson and daughter, Billle of Blylticville. WC re the Sunday Biiesls of Mr. and Mrs. V. D. jar- ratt and family, Mr. and Mrs. ,). c. Buchanan ol' Blytlicvlllc, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Arinantrout. Mr. nnd Mrs. A .Clay, of Ciinith- ersville, ^Io., were Ihc Sunday Bucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Curt Williams. Miss Dorothy Jordan, of Dlytlie- Mrs. C. B. Wroten, above,', fbr- inery of. Clevejand,'01)io, who with her young; daughtcf, Mary, Alice has been (lie euest of lier parentsi Sfr. and Mrs. 1 C. C. Langstoii, foi the past, two and a heir months, left tills mornine for Minneapolis Minn., where Mr. Wroten, a commercial specialist, for Genera) Electric 'company, has recently been .. I transferred. Mr. Wrptcn drove down '"' a week ago and since lliat lime la and Mrs. Wroten and daughter have visited his parents In Plrtc Blufl They returned here Monday. ville. spent Monday Miss-Alma Brlttian, nieht with Scout News Boys ;—'— Girls I Masons Meet Thursday The Chickasawfoa Lodge No. 134, F. >V A. Masons will meet in regular, communication ihursday night al 7:30 o'clock. Visiting brethren arc cordially invited lo attend, it has hen announced. Boy Scrjut Court of Honor will be ic]d tomorrow night al, 7-.OU o'clock it the city hall. Twenty one members of Trooji One of the pirj Scouts met Tuesday afternoon in Mrs. Rudolph Morris' class room in the Sudbury school. Mrs. Morris Is scout leader for (lie troop. Martha Lou Owyn, Myva Aim Ncely, Frames Boswell, nances Field, Bet lye Ferguson, Liielhi Barnes, and Carol Cliapin were received into l|fy group as Girl Scouts who had passed their tenderfoot test. Following the business meeting the games, which will be played at the day camp lo be held Saturday In Walker Park, were ..practiced. Reno's Divorcees Stain Courthouse with Joy Kisses 1IENO. Nov. (UP) — Courtliouso attendants here are about to give up the search tor a good lipstick remover. So many divorcees have left. Ihc courtroom and joyously kissed the slone pillars of (lie building that the cleaning of these columns has become a vexing problems. Ordinary iircttioris of cleaning courthouse walls, ceilings, floors and pillars have failed, 'flic crimson ctipid's bows, more or less smudged! remain. Attendants plan to try paint remover next. If' it fpib, perhaps (lie blow torch will remove the stains. They hope it will not he necessary to resort to Hie chisel on the marble. is Inn. principal irce of | Names Kit ('acuity COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (UP) —Faculty names add prestige to Texas Agricultural & Mechanical College here, the largest agricultural school in the world. On the I rester arc J. M. Orchard. S. D. Ap! pic, C. E. Peach and T. D. Cherry. ' rhc cheallcsl c[ Madagascar is silk. EN APPROVE Unzi) Everything for your cnten tainment and comfort. Admission Bfalincc lOc * 26o Aimission Nii(hl lee & 3Sc Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests Weds. - Thurs. MISS BONNIE DUKE- ;.; Not only tcltl of I he advantages oi Electric Cooking but-, proved by actual demonstration the following— CLEANLINESS—l!ans were oloasi inside and out. No smoke, no soot. COOLNESS All jieat confined to do the job of cooking, HEALTHFULNESS—Foods cooked in own juices, saving minerals and no life-giving Oxygen used to make fuel burn, CQNVENIERGE^Autoniatic heat at the snap of the switch, BETTER RESULTS No guessing, better color, sure results. TIME RELEA3IWG- Complete dinners cooked while away, ECONOMICAL- low rate and these advantages make ELECTRIC cookery ECONOMICAL. Only Electric Cookery Has All These Advantages 'See Ihe New 1938 Model Electric Itanyea on Display al lYour Local Electric Appliance Dealer or Arkansas-Missouri Power Corp. JEMPLE OF SUNNYBKOC __ F4RM RANDOLPH SCOn J»CK HAIEV . GLORIA STUARl FHVUIS BROOKS . HEIEN WESTltY SUM SUMMKV1UE . VM. ROBINSON BAYHONO SCOTT QUtNTEf Also Paramcuiit News & rictorial Admission M.ilmrr lOe ,% 'ilit .Artmissioii Nighl 16c & 3Gc ROXY Adniissioji alnays JOc & 26o Mathiccs Sa». & Sunday Night shows— Box Office Open 7:00 P.m. Sliowa slarl 7:15 p . m Tue. - Wed. - Thur. 'M Also selected shorts Tuts. Wed. & Thurs. will , prizes .to. be given a\vay cacti

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