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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 24, 1939
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1933 BIA'THEVILLE, (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Bride COURIER NEWS COMl'UAIENTARV TICKET This Ticket Will Admit Ocorgc Snyilcr & companion Manila —lo Ihc— KIT/, THEATER —to see— JUTCIIKN" Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Blylheville, Osccola, , Hodmnn chapters oJ Order of Eastern Star having Joint picnic at Walker Park, three o'clock. Chili HHS Guests Mrs. C. II. Wrolon, Mi's. Roland Green and Mrs. Walker K. Baker were guests of Mrs. J. W. Parker yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of the T:\vn Hiul Country club with a party at her home. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games in which Mrs. C. Modinger was high scorer and Mrs. Hugh Hnrbcrt, second high. Has lirldgc Lunched) Mis. W. Owen Blue entertained eight guests with a bridge luncheon at her home yesterday afternoon. The guest list included Mrs. Scarcy Mcars and Mrs. Dick Watson, both of Osceola, and Mrs. James Meurricr of Kciser. A l:w blue bowl of yellow and orange cosmos was in the center o[ Hie dining table at which the guests w6re sealed for lunch. Similar bouquets \veru arranged about the living room. In the bridge gnraes which fallowed, hiyh score prize went lo Mrs. Mcars and second high to Mrs. Clifford Ciivitt. * • * Is Hostess To Club Mrs. Charles Langslon Jr., was hostess lo members of the ADC Bridye club and two giicsls. Miss Nancy Claire McCauley and Miss Anita Stracke, with a bridge party yesterday afiemotn at the Rustic Inn. A dessert course was served at the conclusion of the bridge games in which Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Martin, was high scorer- among the club members and Miss Mc- Caulcy, iimoni; the guests. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Bits of Newi Mostly PeuontU Mr. nnd Mrs. Bob Burns ah<l Mrs. W. C. Leggctt spent the weekend In Memphis and Oxford with relatives. They were Accompanied home by Mrs. LcgBclt's mother, Mrs. N. K. Parks of Oxfcrd and her nieces, Dorothy Ann Purks of Myrtle, Miss,, and Suva and Nancy Bonds 'of Memphis, who will sjje'nd . a week here wllli her and her I family. j Mr, nnd Mrs. Arch Gray nnd ; son, Pat, slopped here today for a I visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. c. M. Gray and other relatives. They were en \ route lo their home In Molinc, 111., i from Rector. Mrs. Ernest' Hnynes cf Dumas, Ark., Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hargclt, she plans .0 be here lor another week. Pauline Tliompscn returned Tues- lay from Gary, Ind., and Chicago where she has spent her summer vacation. She visited friends and 'ol.ilivcs for six weeks.- Mrs. Dick Watson, of Osccoln-, "Confidentially, the reason ie reason we're selling the Iniiler so chcan is because J(.'K Jimmied." opening of (he third season of the Liltlo Theater players. The present grcup was organized in 1937 during which time "A Full House" and "Sparkin" were produced. The next season, a group of three oue act ilays including "Wo Were Dancing," "Chinese White" and "No. ot the Russians", were produced ml followed by VThree Cornered ;oon." Officers of the group have urged int all members and anyone else 110 is interested in the movement tend the trycuts. Rehearsals will egin Immediately after casting id the following Thursday night, omniittccs for work on the show 111 be announced. 'Night Must Fall' ,..To BJ} Production Of Little Theater "Night Must Pall", the mystery melodrama In which Robert Montgomery starred in the movies, will be the first, production of the little Theater (his year, it was de- ceded at a meeting of the players last night at the city hall. On the tentative program for the remainder of the, season will be "Penny Wise", comedy produced successfully by Juiiana Morgan in New York, "The Shining Kour" f re in which piny the movie starring Joan Crawford and Margaret Sullivan WES adapted, and "Post Road", a melodrama. If plans are completed the final show on the program, "Post Road" .will be produced outdoors in the late spring in tiie typical melodrama fashion. This play starred the lanky Charlotte Grcenwocri when it was produced in Chicago wider the title, "Leaning on Lefty.' The first show will be produced the first week in October with others to follow about the middle of December, first of March and last of May. Productions will be staged at the city auditorium. Trycuts for the first show have been scheduled for Thursday. Sept 7. Scripts have been ordered and will be available for reading purposes for tho.'Je who wish to try ou for roles .in this show, oificers o the group said. Must' Fall" will mark thi MEDICATED SKIN PROTECTION AGAINST CHAFE'S IRRITATION 1 'Towdcr-protection." Its base is extra-light and soothing Contains no talcum at all 2 Forms a smooth, clinging, almost unseen coating between ' surfaces or clothing and skin likely to chafe. 3 Real medication, is so effective that it soothes, cools and relieves by comforting even prickly heal rashes, sunburn, tired burning ftct, girdle rash, diaper rash and chafing. 4 Provides real help In preventing further aggravations ot the skin which may lead to severe discomfort. S A boon to babies and to the whole family. Apply as often ns desired, after every change for baby—or anytime. Buy it for only a few cents. MEXICANHjgPOWDER COOLS, SOOTHES PRICKLY HEAT RASHES letters, Lois Logan? (c) Sign your letters Lois La'ian, and when writing lo someone who might not know your married name, |>ul Mrs. Ralph Logan in parentheses near your signature? Answers 1. The promptness and enthusiasm. 2. No. y. NO. 4. No. 5. NO. Best "What Would You Dj" solution—either (b) or (c). Mind /Manners Test 'ybjir 1 knowledge of correct' ocial usage by answering the fol- iwing 'questions, then checking gainst' the ruithcritalive answers elow: 1. Which is more important, the roniptness and enthusiasm of a lank-you note or the kind of note aper upon which it is written? 2. May a bride type her thank- ou notes if her friends know that he writes nil her letters on the ypowritcr? May a business w:man write so- ial notes on the stationery she ses in her business? 4. Is the use of colored notcpapcr onsidered pocr taste? 5. .Should a husband, whose wife away on vacation, dictate his etters to her? .What would you do if— You arc a married woman, are n officer in an organization, an/i n that capacity frequently must rite notes to members and pr:s- icctivc members. Would you— (a) Sing your name "Mrs. Ralph Logan"? (b) Have Mrs. Ralph Logan printed on the letter paper you use, and then sign ycur Cat Missing 3 Years Before Returning Home GREENFIELD, O. (UP)—Lucifer Thomas Katz is bnck homo after an absence of almost three years: Lucifer, pet cat owned by Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Duckworth, disappeared uhile they were on vacation in 193G. ffo word was lieaixl of the missing pet until Mrs. Duckworth heard a lourt clamor on the back porch and opened the door to find Lucifer. Half Moon News Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Austin of Overtoil, Tex., are visiting Mrs. Austin's father, T. Alexander and oilier relatives here this week. Miss Florence Evans of Tndio. Calif., is visiting Mrs. E. B. Walker Ibis week. '; Patty June Skcllcn, of Blylhe- ville, spent the weekend with La vonnc PorUock. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hawkins Sunday were: the Rev. and Mrs. Johnnie Morris of Manila, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Morris and R. E. L,. Wp.tklns of Riplcy, Tenn.; Mrs. V. E. • Tomlinson and children of Elytheville; Mr. and Mrs. Lois Hawkins nnd family ol Flat Lake and tlie Rev. Everett Porttner of Wilson, Ark.' Relatives here have been notified ol the serkiis condition Calvin Peeples, who has been undergoing treatment at the Booneville Sanitarium. SIS, THIS TEA is GRAND! so you TOOK MY ADVICE- iVe roi.0 you so OFTEN WHAT SMOOTH, .RICH ICED TEA UPTON'S IT'S DELICIOUS A MARVELOUS THIRST- QUENCHER! BEST OF ALL, SALLY, I'VE FOUND THAT UPTON'S COSTS LESS THAN HAIFA CEWT A GLASS! visited Miss yesterday. Louise Leggctl here Mrs. D. A. Lynch and daughter, iliss Martha Ann Lynch, returned nst nlEbt from Sonrey where they visited Mrs. Lynch's sister, Mrs. {. E. Gnrllnglon, and family. They were also guests of Mrs. Lynch's brother, L. P. Mann, Mrs. Mann lid infant daughter at Newport. Mr. ant) Mrs. "Bud" Lulcs and ,wo children and Mr., inul Mrs. Charlie Lutes anil son, Charles, •eturned last nlglH from n, week's vacation .spent In the Oznrk iiiciii)- .ains. Mrs. J. A, Klncliclow of Okla- City, Okla., 'arrived yesterday for n brief visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. pride. Mrs, Kinchclow, who has been in Forrest City for Uic wedding of her niece, Miss Laura Louise McDanlels lo> John Canada. Dowcn jr., of Memphis, which was solemnized last week, will return to Memphis tomorrcw. Mrs. Pride ,and daughter, Miss Carolyn, accompanied by Miss Blanche Clecre of Oscet-Ia. met Mrs. Kinchclow in West Memphis' and they went on lo Memphis forth B day. Mrs. B. M. Bryan and family plan 3 move some time next week into their new homo on Hcarn street. Mr. and Mrs. I. Roscnlhal nnd Dr. and Mrs. Mnja L. Sknlier have taken the Bryan house -at 1023 West Asli street.. ' • . '.. Mrs. W. H. Slovall and son, Bill, went to St. Louis yesterday for a week. ' ' Miss Jean Dark cf Charleston^ Mo., returned to her home today after having been .the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas Scanloii and family for a few days. • L-.uis Lynch will relurn home Saturday from Camp Sapphire at Brcvard, N. C., where he lias spent the summer, while there he received an award in'rifle shooting and one In life- saving.'' Mrs. Ray Worlhington is expected Mrs. Claud Sunders was before her recent marriage, Miss Mamie Chipmnn, of Kipicy, Tenn. lo return linmc tome now from Ihc Memphis llaptlst hospital where PAGE Down Memory Lane .... she lias been undergoing treatment!"'" |w • Tea Veurs AK» Illylhevlllc Iras been n very quiet nud peaceful city for the past 10 days according lo M. O. Goodwin, iwllci! chief. "There is only one fnult that ciui DC found at this lime, tralllc Is moving too fast In the residential district, along west Main street nnd motorlsl.s should observe more caution In driving through traffic in tills sec- lion," the chief added. I'hltudolphla: untied States Scn- alr Lawrence D. Tyson, of Tennessee, recipient of Ilio distinguished .service mcdiil for "exceptionally meritorious anil distinguished service" during the World War, died curly today In « private sanilorliiin. lie was 08. J'lve Ye.-irs Ago Harvey Couch, retiring RFC) dU I'cclor, hits chartered a Potomac river slenmcr BO ho may five a farewell parly 'lo more limn 2.000 Washington associate;. Entertainment, refreshments and dancing since Tuesday. Mr. \Vortlilnglon and daughter, Miss Thclma, motored her lo Memphis. Miss worthlng- lon tamo home last night, but Mr. Worlhtnuloii Is slill in Memphis. Miss Dorothy Jenn Hluglnson is expected to be brought home tomorrow from (he lllyllicvllle hospital where the Is undergoing treatment tor mi Infected fo;t. Mr. and Mrs. O. w. MtOulchcn arc cxiKclcd lo return Ihc first of the week (ram Lake Uire, N. C., where Iliey went Saturday. They will tie accompanied home by their daughter. Miss Sara Lou McCllt- chen, wlio has been allendlni; Kike Lure Camp fcr OirLv. Mr. nnd Mrs. Eddie Cummins and family, who have been residing at 111 liist Davis avenue, will move soon to tho.Hardnwny apartments at 800 West Wnliuil street. Mrs. W. C. Illsglnson, Mio recently mulerwent an appcudcctonij' nl Ibe Blythcvlllc hospllal. wiis'rc- inivcd to her liomc Tuesday nlelil. Her coiidilioii is verj- gond. Mrs. Richard Dcechnni, of Chicago, lias returned lo bo with her father, W. D. Osliorn, who has boon critically 111 nl his homo for six weeks. The condition cf Mr. Osborn is unchanged. At The Hospitals Rlythcvlllc' Hospital Woodrow Mnynurd, city, dismissed. Walls Hospital Mrs. C. A. Green, Dell, admitted. Miss June Wcrkman, city, dismissed, Mrs. W. M. Barksdalc, Bragg City, dismissed. , Memphis Mcthoclisl Hospital Mrs. John Parks Jr.,, Slcclc, admitted.- .' ./",;-• v . ,-N ; 'W: T. Bailey, Stccle, admitted. Mrs.. Daisy Blair, Joiner, ndinll- tetl. ;>[(:iii|iliis Baptist Hospital Mrs. L. T. Burion. Slcclc, ndnilt- led. •••.-.•-;. las Angeles: a dtsperiile battle between Iwo deadly Insects, a scorpion and a black widow spider, passed its 4Mb hour today with scores of onlookcra laying heavy odds that the little spider would emerge vlclorlou One \ The iwsslblllly of obtaining federal barge terminal at uarllo on Ibe Mississippi river, S miles eiist of here, will be Investigated Huffman News Miss Eldonn aamblll'of Memphis, lias been conducting an evangelistic meeting at the Holiness cliurcli at Huffman for the pnsl two weeks. '•'• Malcolm Lollurof Modesto, Calif., visited Ills sister, Mis, Hcrshcl Ileiison, last .week. . Mr. nnd'MM, L, p. Moore spent. the weekend In Essex, Mo., with relatives nnd friends. Mrs. Vcrncn Merrill. Is recuperating .from a lonslllcctomy performed Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Chandler of Warden, Mo., spent • Sunday with .relatives In HulTinaii. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. llcnson nnd family nre spending n feiv days wllh Mr. llcnson's mother, Mrs. C). S. Lollar, In Jasper, Ala, Boys in Detention Home Flee to Protest Food CHICO, Cnl. (UI'J— Wlicil youlli- fid ollciulcrs want lo. become articulate, they let nothing stand In tliclr way In this Inml of free speech, ...... Two 14-ycnr-old boys who hnd stolen an automobile 'here wero sent by I'roballon 'Officer Mrs. Blanche 1'nruons lo i\ detention homo in Southern OnHfornia. When Ihoy didn't like the place mid ob- Hard Day', W«k C**U Attorney Ha« D«lv , MOBILE, Ala. (UP)-cY«*r Ifeir. phy, Mobile attorney, put'.to'at herd day's work In probate court and ended up 50 cents In the red, Alter earning a jio lee In court, the lawyer appeared before Judge T.: J. Touart In . Inferior court charged with falling to )ialt tor'a stop sign and driving without & driver's license. ' ' ^ Tlic Judge assessed • him (10 50 on both counts. TOO IATK TO CLASSIFY For Rent 4 rcom • unfurnished »p»rtment, downstairs, private bath. 11» W. ' Ail). M clc X BACKACHE, LEG PAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidneyi in rnljIfl, don t jttat compWlt M*i (to t tlieiii Nairn. m^t In wum«, >'o« VMmta nc«l . m^t I ulUTOo •ho ynu I lie Milntyi >[e Nkluie'l chM ncult >»l nobonotii « ou M I. <K»! MiM ]ico|i (f piw about J pint, , 4», ik »l'0llt .! poutlls ol WMlfJ. :?( - 81,209 MALARIA In 1938! Case? repotted In tlie V, S. DON'T DELAY! ,, START TODAY wllli 660 ClieckE MaUrU In RC7<m dayj. 7 666 . 1-nwunil or uitiilr PMMKM Ihcre may J«clcd lo tho food, they Just walked out, hlldi-hlkcd their way straight il on I »uck »rll. IUHJIOIIIHII for Mrs. Parsons to present their grievances. They were sent to nearby detention hojiie iinlll tlic-ir complnlnl coulil be Invcsllgulcd. by n coimiilllce representing the Dud Cason post of Ihc American «»ti fhoy im« li»|i[>y r.ll.l «o.l IS inlln ol 'lii, Ju.1, o Strawberries wcnr Ihclr seeds on Legion, It was announced today. the outside of llielr fruit bodies. All Sizes—Widths AA to I) AT POPULAR PRICES One Dollar Buys MORE in Every Department! Exceptional Values LACK TAHLE CLOTHS A handsome cloth attractive designs. in 1 Outstanding Values! WOMEN'S l> A.I AM AS .00 Popular man-titlorcrt for girls And women. colors for fall. : 1 H HUE'S why Upton's is America's most popular (ca: I. World-fomous Flavor—smooth, full, rich^ delicious. 2« Tand«r Young Leaves—2nd luscious, flavorful buds—give extra fragrance and bouquet* • 3. DlJtlnctlvu Blend —with choice ;cas from Upton's own Ceylon gardens, 4* Iconcmliol— you use less Lfpton's per glaiS—it's so rich in fiivor. Convenient lo' Use! SHOK . SHINK CAB1NBT $1.00 Large sl7o. walnut or- maple finlih cabinet wllb \rr>t>ri ffiol raat and roomy 'coimiartmcht" foe storing polishes and "brushes. • , Dollar Days BARGAINS WOMEN'S HAYON Knit rayon parities *ith ].ice, appJfi'ne • and dalnly'cnibiold- »y. MEM'S Shirls and; Shorts Cost you less and last yon longer. 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