The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1938 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 2, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COUH1ER NEWS MONDAY, MAV 2, 103B COURIER NEWS -COMPLIMENTARY TICKET .* TiU Ticket mil Admit Frank Wbilwotth * companion . City —to Uiss- Km THEATER [ —10 fff— "BELOVED BUAT" Social: Calendar TUESDAYS EVENTS Sirs. liarry. Kirby entertaining Tuesd ay Bridge club. Young Matron's club meeting with tes.'Jfsse Taylor, ClrapCer "N" of I 1 . B. p. Sisterhood meeting with .Mrs. IJoyd WEPNESDAY'S EVENTS . Sudbufy .-Parent Teacher nssn- clatton nicetmg at '3:00 o'clock, nl school preceded by executive board meeting at H:20 o'clock. Mrs. Fanisworth Black havl Wednesday Br'dje club, . .Wednesday Contract chib meeting with Mrs. Frc-d Rutherford. ; THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. .C. A. Cunningham enter- Wining' Mid-Week Bridge club. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs.-A. T. Cloar. •Mi's. Koss D. Hughes having Thursday Luncheon' clul). Thursday Contrast club meeting with Mrs. Edgar Boriun. Mrs. C. K. Wilson entertaining her bridge club. .Methodist church choir having supper party ui church basement" 6:30 o'clock. Jewish Ladies' Aid meeting 8:00 o'clcclc with Mrs. William Nichols, of Osceola. Altar Society or Clmroli of the Immaculate Conception sponsoring bingo parly 8:00 p.m. at Catholic Hall. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Children of Confederacy meeting with Mrs. James B. Cark for picnic lunch and ^program at 11:00, o'clock. FLAPPER FANNY By SyK Bert A. Lynch Jv. • To Wed St Louis Girl The engagement or Miss Jeanette Llchtenslein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Lichlensfcln, of St. Louis, to Bert A.'Lynch jr., of St. Louis, son' of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch ,of this city, was announced last niglit by the bride elect's parents at an informal cocktail party g:/en at Uicir iiome, i!2 Lake Forest Place. Mr. and Mrs. Lynch \vere among the guests, having gone up yesterday for the party. Miss Lichtenstein was educated at Mary's Institute, St. Louis, and Rollins college, Winter Park, Fla., where she became a. member or the Kappa. Alpha Theia sorority. Mr. Lynch, after graduating from the Biythevilie - high school, attended Washington .University in Bits of News Mostly Pcrtonal J. a. names and P. E. Fox were In Tupelo, Miss., yesterday for (lie Tri state Laundry meeting held there. Mrs. Ula McKeiix.le. of Montgomery, Ala., arrived yesterday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Marcius Evrard nuil family. Mrs. L. K. Lillard who has beer. Ill at the home of her daughter Mrs. J. M. Murray. Is now Improving and has returned to Denton Mo., where she Is with ahothci daughter. Mrs. Edgar Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Oene Caruthers, of Memphis, were the weekend guests JUST DESSERT 1 fiJL GRUB This Cake Will Make liap- rv Day Happier Than Lvcr JiV SIRS. GAYNOK AMH0OX NKA Service Staff Writer When a girl graduates, she lakes file e;ike, And this is how you make it. Sweet CJirl UraihMlc Cake Four egg whites, 3 cups' slflccl cake flour, ;) teaspoons combination Iraklile powder. 1-4 teaspoon suit, 1-2 cup butler or oilier shortening. l 1-a cups sugar, I cup milk. 1-2 Celebrating Big Event teaspoon lemon extract. wliltM stiffly liealci). Sift fiour once, measure, add baking powder and salt, and ...... . ........ ..... M ouvo ,, , 7— — - of Mr. and Mrs. c. V. .Scbaugli. Mr. | logollipr three limes. Cream bill- "I don't knew the name, but it's that new cowboy story that just fils in a geography." Sillily Course fii Sfeft The Junior-Senior high Parent Teacher association study toursc ii-ill meet at Die high school auditorium at 7:30 o'clock tonight when W. D. McCUirkln, siipji'ltilendenl of :choo!.s, will discuss "School Problems." » o u jon Born '. • • i\ soil \vns born to Mr. and Mrs. Jim P. Harwell Sunday noun nl flic Blylhoville hospital. Tlie bnby, ivlio weighed seven pounds and 14 jimccs, irns been named Lee Mea-, clows Harwell. •> o s Joseph '.I. Kivln; Weds Memphis <!irl The wedding of Miss Hazel Blr/i- celh Bono. dmisliler of Airs. Uc-sl« flowcll Bobo, of Memphis, and Joseph 'Johnston Etting, of this city, ;on of Mr. and Mrs, -Clarence Jolin.(ion j, ot Memphis, wtis solemnized at 8:00 o'clock Saturday nljlit .U Dm First. Baptist church of Memphis. The Rev. B. J. Baleman, pastor, performed the service, Easter. lilies in full floor teskcls arranged against,- a- background of iftlm fcrna and southern smilnx£<l the chancel which was Humiliated by while tapers in .athcdrat candelabra. A program of nuptial mtislo ivns To Marry Scion of Field Family St. Louis., from which he received presented by Mrs. Hal Jiolt I'col, his A. B. and M. A. degrees. He Is :a member of the Sigma Chi Irat- ernity. Sine* his graduation he has been connected- with the Boatman's National Bank, of ;Ht. Louis, and has become widely known in banking circles, uoth in Missouri and Arkansas. Flans for the wedding will he announced later. Miss Lichtenstein is already well 1 known among the younger set of this city having visited in the Lynch home several times. * » . • » Denton-Burns Rites Solemnized Sunday Miss Frances Kathryn Burns, o[ Klnl, Mich., daughter of Albert Burns of St.' Louis, became the bride of Dudley W .Denton, son of Mr. 'anil Mrs. W. I. Denton, in a ceremony performed yesterday afternoon at the home of the Rev. and Louis. . s. W. B. Clenuner in St. Tlie vows were exchanged before the fireplace of the Clemmer home which \>as banked in snapdragons .. .. in pastel Ehndes arid illuinlnuted by I dqllartcrs '" paslel tapers in silver csldelabra ' •The Rev Os3ar.C,: Johnson, pastor cf the Third Baptist, church of St ( Lcul read-the .'ceremony before civ fric.ids and relatives of the tivo ' pianist; Mrs. Frank Sturm, ........ it; Mrs. Marie Gregory, violinist, jmt Mrs.'Br^an Wilson, vocallsl The brido who was given in marriage by her brother, Hovel) Bobo, wns attired in n wedding gown of while satin fashioned with a cod neckline, leg o' mutton sleeves ptincess waistline with a long full skirt extending .in(o n train. Her veil of illusion was caught to a fluster of orange blossoms arranged at the top of her heart, -with a face veil falling to the waist and Ihe back veil extending over the train. She carried a bouquet of calla lilies. Mrs. Ewiug was attended by Miss Mary Wilson, as maid of honor, Miss Martha Kwlng, sister ot the groom, as bridesmaid, and Patricia Bates as flower girl.' HickiMn B.,vinj attended his brother as best man. James Bobo brother of the bride, Winton Simmons. Herbert Woo;l and Dr. Cirav Williams were ushers. Mr. and Mrs. Ewinj nro expected o arrive hero today to mnke (heir horns at- ISOii Chlckasa-wba avenue. Mr. En-ing ( s connected will) the i?!'!?™,. 1 " 501 ' 11 ..."»i»»y *«n Carnlhcrs played in the golf lour- ramctit here yesterday. j Mrs. Georgia Buchanan, of New- hum, Tcnn.. returned lo her home Saturday after having been the sucst of her son, j. c. -Buchanan, and family for the past week. W. J. Poliard went to Hot Springs yesterday where he n-lll attend the National Insurance ngcnts meeting. Eti route Ihere, he played golf in Little Reck yesterday and will take |:-art in Ihe golf tournament hi Hot r ! Springs TliurKlay before returning ~~ ' he me Friday. Mrs. Mllion II. Allenburg and claiighters, Ann and Kay, and brother, Ben Levy, Jr., of Memphis were the guests of their father' B. If. Levy, iitid Air. and Mrs. Samuel p. Nerris yesterday. A. L. Ganders and (laughter. Miss Mildred, of Riisscllvllle, who formerly lived here, were llic guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Cross and family yesterday. Mr, and Mrs. Russell McCauloy and daughter, Mary Ellen, of Portsmouth, vn-., arc the guests of Mrs. McCaulcy's pnrenls, the Rev. and Mrs. George fnniily. Don Pettit Tne bride wore n navy blue crepe afternoon dress with a cc , al trlm . mM In j-elloi-. Her shoulder corsage was of yellow ruses. . Tlie couple was attended by Miss Mancy Noonan and -her brother, Steve Noanan. both' of St. Louis, Mr and ADs.- Dcnlori are ex- rMleti to arrivirherc today to make t'icir ho-nc ^vlth U w bridegroom's (pdrepi^ Mr-arid MK ton, a- 11C9- wost ' W. I Den- trce( . . Mw ICBlwyn-LVnfou, of Mtm : - r i T ° f the *' w <>3wom, went p CattirdB/ | 0 . attend the party T il Burns»,.> k ^ ;;",—' Blurns .' brother of the oriiie, Saturday night at the Ch^hoW for-,he bride and M, SAVE MONEY ON Meats Groceries HIGHEST QUALITY GAMES MKT. Hi w. Mafe Phttn »a Members of Fraternal Orders To Have Supper Members of all fraternal or.lcr; are ashed lo attend the dutch supper a.nd meeting to be held (it the JV O. W. Hall Wednesday night, K !iay been announced. f:-ai!i member of an orgimizMion may bring one guest to the affair according to the invitation. The MW BellancA "Junior" I:-, a i three-place fall c.intlkver- iow- ! wing monoplane which A June bride-to-be is prelly JoFiuiic Bass, daughter of Robert Perlcins Bass, former governor of New Hampshire. Miss Bass will marry Marshall Field IV, ot lite fnmcus Chicago merchant family, after he graduates from Harvard University. Sponsors Observance Of National Music Week The Woman's club is fponsoring the observance of national musi: week here for the next six days. All organizations, civic, p.itriotic, cr religious are naked to take part in the activities, it has been an- ncunccil. The following chairmen have been appointed to serve during the week: iMrs. Wilson Henry, contact W. Patterson, and spent Hie weekend \.ith his parents in Memphis. Miss Genevji Carter returned liome last week from the ChlllicoUie Business College at Chiillcothe, Mo.r- whjcli sto has attended for tiie past two years. Mrs. Jess Korner. who has been j 111 at her lioinc for a ivcek, is now nblc lo bo up. J Mrs. J. J. Davidson and daugh tcr, Dorothy, of Elowih, shop|>eil here tday. . Dr. and Mrs. 1. R. Johnsori have returned from nocheslcr, Minn n-hei-c.-Itricy spent two weeks *• Mre. Clyde Bishop Nicholson, Miss Eliwvbcth Blyllse and Miss Eunice Brogdon spent the weekend in Little Rock ns the guests of Mr. j' and Mrs. Louis Stewart. Mr. and Mrs, B. A. Lynch spent, yesterday in St, Louis having goiidi np for the announcement party of the engagement of their son, Bert jr., to Miss Jeancttc Llchlenstcin. Mrs. Lynch remained for •jeieni days slay with her daughter. Miss Martha Ann, who. is a student at 'Vnslilngton University, and Mr. Lynch returned home loday. Mr. and Airs. Charles Glngerirh spent the weekend in <5tiitt»drl where they lived before movin» here recently. WJiile in Stuttgait. Mr. C.lri3crich hatl an attack of appendicitis nnd is now confined to his bed at his home. Mrs. p. u. Parker and daughter Linda, of Memphis, who have been the E'icste of Air. and Mrs. W A[ Blue for the week, went to Leach- villc yesterday to spend a week with Mrs. Parker's parents, the Uev and Mrs. D. B. cook, before return- Ing home. Mr. and Mrs. J. Neal Gesell and Mrs. A. B Holland were in Memphis yesterday to be with Mrs. E. J. Browne, who is In a critical condition at the Methodist honpiln] An operation will probably be performed Wednesday if Mrs. Browne is strong enough. J. P. ifollnnd Is ill at lu s home M 132-1 West Hearn street. Dan Poag. of Memphis spent (ho ivcekrntl with, tils uncle, it o ' tor thoroughly, add sugar gradually and cream logeilier until light iiiitl fluffy. Add flour alternately wllli milk, a snuill amount at a lime, beating after each addition nntll smooth. Add lemon extract. Fold whiles quickly and thoroughly. Bnke in two greased fl-inch layer pans in moderate oven C175 degrees P.) for 25 to 30 minutes. Spread luscious lemon frosting between layers and on top and sides of cake. Decorate top of cake with tiny cobra) candles silver dragecs. Luscious Lemon Frosting One lablespoou graled orange rind, :i tablespoons butter, :t cups sifted confectioners' sugar, 2 ta- j tlespoons lemon juice, 1 Inblespoon water, dash salt. Add orange rind to butter. Crcar well. Add part of sugar gradually. | blending after each addition. Coal-1 bine tcmon juice and water. A:ld to. creamed mixture, alternately wit))' remaining sugar, unlil of right consistency to sprend, Rpat. after each addition until smooth. Add salt. Makes cnonfh frosting to cover tops mid sides of two a-incli layers, or lop nnd sides of 8x0x2 inch cake (generously)), ui about 3. dozen cup cakes. In an effort lo prevent injuries' lo the heads of pilots, a new safety belt has been Introduced. •; ' The bell fits uromid the shoulders { and in time of danger is lightened, making pilot's body rljid in the ( seat. The peanut plant is ii 'member of the ueart family. Everything for your enter iaiiimcnt and comfort. Admission Matinee IBc * 2Co Admission Nisht llic & 3Gc Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests Last limes Today Fluffy and gleaming, festive and brilliant—the sweet girl graduate's, own celebration cake.' Stcele-Cooter Society—Personal Named Nation's 1938 'Mother' chairman; Mrs. l... community program chalrn lluhener. Mrs t'rlsby. and Mi-s. Frlsby. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Hill and daughter. Nancy, and Mr. and Mrs. Lon Richards anrl children, ivoii and Elmo, spent Sunday in Jonra- Morc than 100 special radio programs In observance of national music week will be presented this week, wllh one to be heard over \VMC tonight at 9:30 o'clock. ,-chairman, boro as the guests of Mr . ' B ' . miles at 110 miles un hour 11 ha-. a tojj r,p.-ed of 13') mile; an hour and is rcputlcd to sell at J3lt,o. Courier l;eivs Waitl Ads. Garden Club To Meet Tonight At City Hal! 'I he Plytheville Garden clul) will meet at the city hall tonight. 1:oO o'clock, tl has been announced by R- F. Kirshuer, president. Read Courier News Want. Ada. Rlch- Cole- arcls' ;,isler. Mrs. Garland Miss Jean Richards spent Gun- tla.v in Jonesboro ns the gncst c( relalivcs. Recently an Alaskan airliner was forced down for 21 hours because a ftork of more than 3000 seagulls with the plane. Mother of Ihvce grown sons and poet Indicate of the state of Texas, Mis. Grace Noll Crowell, [ibovc. hn? been chosen "The American Mol.'rcr of 1938" by tlic Golden Rule Foundation in a nation-wide round of nomination!). MIT. Crowell is the fourth v.'oniiin 10 Be Honored since? ihe custom of sctccling a reorcEC-nt- alive American monger wus iluitcti in \'M'\. Water from melted ice will freeze three times la&ter thnn water from condensed steam if both are placed In a temperature of 5 degrees below zero Centigrade, according, to ;i report from the National Academy of Sciences. Twenty-one members attended the regular meeling ol the Rotary Club Wednesday night when they were entertained by the Liclies Missionary society at the Baplist church. B. Huffman ns program leader \ a-, assisletd by Mervin Wells who gave an atldress on "What notary Meant to this Community (lie Past Year". Russell Fraker. gave an address on "What Holary HasMeant to Me the Past year." In the business sefalcn.pv. L: E.'Qooper officially"'presented Leon'Earls as a ne v .v mcjnfcer of the club. Announcements have arrived here cf the arrival of a ten pound sen to Mr. imtl Mrs, Orvill Pritcharti on April 4th. He has been named -Mitchell Edward. Mrs. Pritchard wns before her marriage Miss Edith Lipscomb ot Steclc. GUM Alloitl has returned from a hcspllal in SI. Lonhj where he lias teen ior several weeks undergoing treatment- Ior an injury received while employed at the Farmers Oin in Conter last fail. He is much improved. A group of young married ladies cf Stccie have organized a club and named it the Sew and So Club. 'Ibey meet each Thursday afternoon which is spent in knilling. crocheting und sewing. 'I he mem- beis arc Mrs. Marshall Burroughs. Mrs. Gaston Brown. Mrs. A. L. Jordan. Mrs. Marjoric May, Mrs. CT G. Travis. Mrs. Marshall Cameron. Mrs. Byrou Weaver and Mrs. Chas. Bates. Mr. ami Mr.-. )_,. W. Zanner had as their guest; lust week (heir daughter and husband. Mr. .and Mrs. J. c. Walters cf Sniutusky. Mich.. Ilie latter who is Uie former Maybell Xalinrr. Mrs. .lohii McClure and lltltlt- daughter. Gene, accompanied them home for several weeks' visit. Mr. and Mrs. 1!. K. Dacrner have returned after a visit with relatives in St. Louis. Mr. ami Mrs. Veliner Campbell and son. Johnnie. Mr. nnd Mrs. .A camel sweats onlv on the back or.its.ncck. AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY & NIGHT CALL 30 Holt Funeral Home AVE AS MUCH AS 90C ON 10 GAL. OF HI-TEST _NONOX GASOLINE _ l(tn% Pennsylvania Oil, Scale.! SAVEONGASCO. 4 Miles No. of State Linfi H. W. 61 HOLLAND, MO. A Spring Tune up INSURES Better Spring Driving JL. Our einiipment is inociern . . . Our mechanics ^ are experts . . . Our prices are very reasonable . . .Oil! 1 work is guaranteed . . . All of which means . . r your complete satisfaction . . . BRING YOUR CAR IN NOW! PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY 5(h & Walnut Phone 810 T. N. Briggaiire and llrs. Ida Bums spoil Thursday in Mar-slon as guests ol Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Travis. Mrs. J. N. Barnes. Mrs. II. T. Ho.vscr ami Miss Myrtle Barnes of iPortageviilc spent yesterday ill Steele as giicsls of Mr. ami Mrs. J. 11. Workman. Mrs. C. C.-. Penney and son have gone to Milan, Tcnn., to join her husband to make theii home there. H. P. Colcman of Long Bea-jli, Calif., is here on business. i Mrs: Edith Boston and son. of' Rutherford, 'Jcmi.. arc looking after her farm, interests here this week. 'Ihe folloirinfj officers, were installed ill the Steclc P. T. A, chapter at tlieir niectinBjAypducs- dny aflcnioon: president,-(iire.-'I'.' F. r &lcCutshen; vice presijent. Mrs. Leon- Earls; "secretary and U'eJs;- urcr, Mrs, .lack Kciley"; hlsloria'ii.' Mrs. Mervin Wells. '•"" The Steclc P. T. A. chapter is sponsoring n bcnelit parly at, tlic high cchool auditorium liics night, the funds to go to biiviurj c:inipmcnt for the new playgrotind. Bridge, Bunco, pilch. Rooki Tripoli, Monopoly. Damiuoos an tl Pin- cchle will br, played. Ki:l sanies for children will be played in a sep- atate department. fy iU Ii Admission Malincr Jt'c A ^dinissiiMi Night ICc A. 3 TUESDAY « TREAT FOR THE WHOLE FAMItY! ATHRItl. FOR THE WHOIE WORID! Italy holds 7.S of the K military aviation records recognized by the International Aeronautical Fedet-- ation. i r,»j bi Ir^trti !aVt . Frw n 5^1*11 ilsrr tl h** t*HW • f rril "mnrt-Jii • ftK'>l tf JUtlHUI LciH Presented by WURNEH BROS. Also selected shorts Admission Matinee lOc A ;>r.i: Adinhdun Night IGc i- 3Uc TOO LATE TO Cl.ASSlFV W:nitc<l Fiirnisiird four oj- five room apartment in desirable location. Mr. Clark, sterling Store. ,:-vk-5 25,000 Rolls of Wallpaper $1.09 up Most complete line of Pninw and Wallpaper in N. E. Ark. lil.vlhcvillc F'ainl & \Vnllpa])Cr Co. (Bljtlierillc Owned f, Opcratcill Glcnroc Bid?. 1'honp 380 STORAGE Store Your Winter Things With NuWa-Pay Hext Fall! jM>-;olutely noHiiiig (o |>;iy now if you IIFIVO tilings to .store through iijiu suiiriiicr. l.rl n.-; kcc|) your clothes, blankets, etc., clean and n«fc fi-»m dcstrudivc moths. The i-h»rpc is mm- jvinitivcly xnnill, and will bo collected when Hie filings ,ircr returncil to you. Phone 180 and We Will Call for Your Storage LAUNDRY-CLEANERS ROX Admission alivays lOc i-. 3fc Madnccs Sat. & Sunday NiBlit shows—nnx Office Open 7:00 jr.m. Shows si-.itI 7:15 p.m. Last Times Today PALNiOHT! Two AilniiKcil for Ilic Vrire of 1 IT'S AN ACCIDENT -•on purpose! n» ijp^ ^S^^ AeCIDEIiTS ROHAID RMN • Gloria Biondelf Did Purcell • Sfieila Bromley nir: t |.d fe, Wlt.LUV, CUMETW • Strrtn T\t t (IT I > S«fT r brC*aMtSrl^ff-AWAKNtRCROS rktwa ", j' 1 Also I'<)\ News Sc Comedy • lues,, Wei Thwrs. Z adniiltcil for tlin niiuc ol J ling Drama! •fliiaSK A COLUMO|A-picTU,RE wilh 1'raiiti.s l.oiierer & Frances Drake. Also selected shorts.

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