The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 4, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 4, 1939
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PAGE-TW N.fl . COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket Will Admit W. T, French & Companion Blythevill*, Kl. 1 -to the— B1TZ . THEATER —tfl ttt — "FOUR "FEATIIEHS" Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs.' John F. RcinmHIer cnlcr- taiuing Tuesday Ccutiaci club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS , Mrs William Young entertaining ADC Bridge club at Rustic Inn. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford entertaining Double .Four Bridge- club. Club 28 having dance at Woman's club, nine o'clock. Altnr society, Cliurch of the immaculate Conception, 'sponsoring bingo party,'eight o'clock, Catholic Hail. Mrs. G. A. George, of Luxorn, entertaining Prosperity club at 2;30 o'clock. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia — can. iJ!ilrH*«t»«, r.uittc u.s.m.orr, c ° ar Ghmii Has Old Fashloiied Barn Dance Saturday Niglit City slickers were outlawed Saturday night -\vlieu gingham dressed girls dds-a-dos'd 'with overall clad boys at the "shin-dig" given in the B, A. Lynch barn on the Barfleld road by Miss Martha'• Ann .'Lynch, Miss Mary Spain Usrey, Miss Patty Shane and Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Mr. niul Mrs. Tom F. Martin. James Hall and his Jolly Playboys played the old Jashisiied tunes for the Virginia Reel and tlic squnrc dance which was called by Rupert Crafion. lanterns Illuminated the pyramided bales of hay which provided seats and the rajsed pavilion on .which the guests danced. Hard elder, lemonade and dotigli- inits were •refreslimenla far the group during the Intermissions. At those times also, Mrs. S. S. Slern- berg.lri the role of Madama Zaza, fortune teller, revealed the past, present, and future of the' country 'folk: J. T. Sudbury as master of ceremonies was in charge of the contests. J. Y. Turner, of Dell, was the winner of the "hog calling" conical. •Prize for the "colmlriesl dancers" \\cnl to Miss Margaret Shaver ai\d P. C. Meyer while prizes far the costumes went to Mr. and . Mrs. Max Logan, Maurice Relche), Ednle Saliba. . James Guanl and Miss Shaver. Among the out- of towir giiesis present -.yrerc: Mr. and Mrs. James Ney Hiint, of Manila; George Norman ct Jasper, Intl., Jiouscfiiicst of Miss Mary Elizabeth Borum; Miss Rtlby Cruiii of Wilsoii; Frank Bell, Lindsey Driver and Van Elliott, .nil of Osceola; Miss Jane Kocli- Columbus, Miss., liotise- guest of .Miss Sara Jo Little; Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey of Cape Gi- tardeaii and Miss Charlotte Gee of Parma, Mo., housegucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Everett B. Gee; O'Dell Sanders of Mao:iV, Miss., housegucst of Miss Mary Spain AJs'rcy; John Bishop o[ Annapolis and Fayettcville, hoiisegucst of Miss Virginia Martin, Lieut. Tilden P. Wright of Love Field, Tex., houseguest cl Miss Patty Shane, Mr. and .Mrs. Dudley \V.;Denton ot SI. Louis, houscgviesis of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Donton. * * * Bnffci Supper Given For Out Of Town Guests Miss .Martha Ann Lynch entertained With a buffet supper at her home last, night in honor of Lt. Tilden .P..-Wright of Love Feid, Tex., houscgucst of Miss Patty Shane and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane, and O'Dell Sanders of Ma- .con, • Miss,, housegucst of • Miss Mary Spain Usrcy and Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Other cut of town guests at the -party ^were Miss Constance Bush and Rudolf Eplmissl. of Paragould, and George Norman Ind., houseguest of "I know what youVe \vishin', Chuck. But it's fireproof." iiis guests (hat afternoon friends with whom he attended Mrs, Roy Walton's kindergarten for the 1D31- 38 term. During the afternoon, thu groiip re-enacted "The Wi/tivd of Oz" nml played oilier games. Balloons were given ns favors and ice cream arid cnkc were served by IhB liost's mollicr, Mi-s. Everoll B. Gee, assisted by Mrs. A. P. Klrslmer. All Cluli i\Ieniii«rs Attend HrUlgc Party Alt tlie members of the Double Four Bridge club were present at the .club party given Thursday afternoon . by Mrs. Ed Cook at her htmc. Autumn Mowers decorated the entertaining rooms. High scorer In the midge games was Mrs. Howard Frlsby. The hostess served a salad plate. To Hold State Singing At Holland, Mo, STEELE, Mo., Sept. 4.—Approx- ImiUely live thousand people are expected lo ntlcml the Mlssoiir Sliilc Singing Convention which will be held In the new Holland, Mo,, high lichol auditorium nest Saturday and Sunday, Sept. Oth and IClli. Tile audltorum which Is' Mrs. J. C. Thujmau, -who Is seri- of Jasper, Miss Mary Elisabeth Borum and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Borufn. A fried chicken supper .plate was followed by ice cream and take for dessert. Later the guests went to the Rustic Inn for a dancing parly. * * * Club ZS Will Have Dance Thursday Night Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Scbaugh. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jeffries and Mr. and.Mr5. Doyle Henderson uill entertain members cf Club-.28 with a dancing parly Thursday night, at the club. '*The parly, which is a monthly affair of Ihe club, will begin at nine o'clock. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Bits of Newi Mostly Personal* licre with Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs, Joe P. Pride Sr. [ J. n. Husbands will go to Joucs- ! lioro Wednesday lo enter Arkansas State college.. Ills parents, Dr. and Husbands will motor Mis. P. L. him over. Mrs. Lynn Smith, of Carulhere- . Mrs - Pail ' WhlUlnglon-aiid diii- ville, and nephew, George Thomas <lm) ' Mmy, ,,Panl t nnd Dick, of jaflln of St., Louis stopped here Jonc/s'ooii>, I'ciiiinefl home ycsler- f:r a visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph (ln - v aftcr having been -the eiwsls Scrryman and family Saturday. of Mr - ni " 1 Mrs. V. G. Holland and I'hcy were en route lo Memphis.' ',f«i»"y i°f serernl days. Mi. Wlilt- Mr. and Mrs. ,f. L.'Thompsoh Jr <l"8t<>n caiiic over for them yes- ind son,. J.L: III, spent yesterday to>rf ?'V- ;,' : vlth Mr. Thompson's - parents In ' •' Mr. and". Mr,s. W. C. Gates re- M.cmphl.'i, ., : (turned last night after having Hie Kcv. Matthew A. Curry has spent the summer In oilier points, returned from New York City where Mr. Cates attended to oil interests he spent the summer. He attended In Kentucky and Mrs.. Cntes visit- Columbia University whllj there cd In Washington, New York, Vir- Cohmibla University while there. Iginia and Maryland before joining lie Is spending this -flick • Ih-pine' Mr. Gates In Kentucky. Bluff wllh Mends,. ;: | Miss-Nancy Klrslmer went to Mis. L. L. Hubencr and s:n, Al- Memphis Icday to enter the nurs- bcl, returned Saturday from a va- , 116 sc , 100 , ofJ Mc u,<xlist hosl) |(. a |. C'l t ln»\ til Oil I 111 Mnilf rtf 1 u n .i f i^^l^i ^ . «ii v • l u i . . ,-. , -.- IU £ ovjiivjui ui ivi t: L i iui]i a \j iiuriutvdi. ationspenl in New Orleans, points sll( , was motorc<1 liown i)v hcr ',„,.. of Mississippi, and Little Hock.l flltS| Mr . nnt , M rs. R. P Kirshncr, Mississippi,' Mrs, llubener met her son In Hock where, he had been vlslUitg his grandparent.!, Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Hubctier, who accompanied them on the trip. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham nre attending to business In Meiu- plils today. Mrs. Charley Neclcy, of Carutli- crsvlilc, and her houseguest from Tennessee were the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Berrymaii Friday afternoon. 1 Ernest Halsell is able Ho be out alter having iicen ill at his home fcr a few days. Mrs. John p. Lentl and son, Jack Lcmtn, spent yesterday in Caruth- ersvllle.. ' Miss Irene Morgan, Instructor in Ihe city schools, enlne yesterday afternoon after having spent the summer in Dallas, Tex., where she attended Southern Methodist University, nnd In DeWitt where 1 she visited her mother. J. P. Holland has returned from Gracey, Ky., where he flew Saturday to be with tils grandmother, •nicy were accompanied-by Mrs. I cral honors for her four Years Wl . *?• .B'own, motlici- of Mrs. »wk, MI«« nn'ii. T •, ,,, , *'''•' ol Memphis, returned home 'Xn n *. ee go to Snlu|1<ln y.aftcr having spent a week Judge O. i,. Keck will go to with her parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. F. -vine, tomorrow where ho, Is to a Elliott. They came Here from preside at, the regular term of crlm- Little Rock where J. B. Jr.. had j ) > i undergone a tonstlleclomy. I spent, m« weekend have moved into Hie Miller house! 'at 115 North Tenth street. The residence was formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whltworlh. Mr. and Mrs, James Ney Hunt, of Manila, spent the weekend here with Mr. Hunt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ncy Hunt, Yesterday, they motored to Caruthcrsville lo visit, Mis. limit's mother, Mrs. Gertrude Mcllvalnc. Miss Uetfy Flake, who lias been vMtiny in various parts of Tonn- rssce, relumed liome Saturday night. Slie was motored home l)y her uncle, Loland Taylor, and friends of near Iluntlngton, Tenn, Edward Edds will leave In the morning for Baton Rouge, La., where lie attends Louisiana State University. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Edds, will motor him as far as Memphis. O'Dell Sunders, of Macon, Miss., relumed home today after having spent. Die weekend here wilh Miss Mary Spain Usrcy and her mother, Mis. M. O. Usrey. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1930 Al The' Hospital* Walls Hospital billy Gene Ilayncs, city, admitted. Mrs. M. Melvln, city, admitted. Don Edwards, commander of tlie Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Paul Drew, Uu( l Cason post cf the American Attend District Legion Meeting At Newport city, a s:n Saturday afternoon. Billy Godwin, city, dismissed. Patty Godwin, city, dismissed. Blvllievillc Hospital Lucretia names, Hayti, admiUed. Allen Thomas Lynn, city, admitted. Mrs. W. O. Buchanan, city, ad- Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Hester Brccdlove, Joiner, admitted. IMniipbls Itiiptisl Hospital Mrs. Emma Webster, Steele, acl- mlltcd. Bowling Interest Curbs Drunkenness in Town TAFf, Cal. (UP)—Th<? TaH police department, has heartily endorse:! the city's two recreational centers, crediting them with culling down considerably on police work. Chief BeH Hlggins announced that arrests fcr drunkenness had been reduced almost 70 per cent ince Taft's two bowling alleys vere opened recently. niul brother, nobby. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley W. Denlon, of St. Louis, arc spending tlie Labor dny weekend here with Mr. Denlon's parents, Mr. ;uid Mrs. W. 1. Denton, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hale, who have made llielr home in Atlanta since leaving here, have gone to Portland, Ore., to reside. Dr. John P. Rowland, of Hot Springs, is attending lo business Jiere. Mr. and Mrs. John Ed James have conic here from Jonesboro (o located In Highway C- is an Ideal place for this evclit as It has a gcocl Solnid system nnd adequate seating capacity. The Saturday night is the fcn- ously ill at her home there. Mrs. George Work limn and two sens, Edward and George, left Saturday for Trumann, Ark., lo visit Mrs, Workman's falhcr, Mr. Berry- lure of the Iwo dny ehlerlAinmenL man. is the Saturday night program' M rs . DJ C J; Roland iiml daughter;' when four of tlie bcsl quartettes Jacqueline, of Cimitheisvllle, visited In the south will-be featured oh friends here yesterday. this entcrlainmonl, 1 Amonc them) a,, the V. o. Stamps fll »,U of' D. Vaughn ruinrtelle-of Lawrenc'c- burg, Tenn.; and Hie J. A. McClung quartette of Hndford, Ark. Attends Meeting Of ruthcrsvlllc with her mother, "M'rs'.j Aubrey Elliott, returned hcmc yes-' tcrcluy. Mr. Berrymau also spent yesterday there. Mrs. Elliott, who became critically ill two weeks ago, j is now Improving. ' n • r\ • • , I Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lcgan BOXing LommiSSlon have hnel as their guests over -Die' Hostess lo .Inlly Unlit , weekend Mrs. Lognn's cousins, Dy Mrs. loin Perry was hostess lo E. A. nice, commander of the B, U Renfrew of Springfield III' her Jolly Eight Bunco club and cue plan district of the American !«- anil Mrs. Mviile Senscissy of Mc- gucst, Mrs. Hugli Mlchle Jr., nl hcrigl-.n, was In Little Rock yesterday Allen, Tex. Mrs. Lognn's brother, noine 'I'luirsday night. '' ..... I for n meeting of Ihe boxing com- L. C. Smith, and Mrs. Smith cf The high score prize went lo mission of which he wns recently Dale, Ind,, came yesterday -for n a member. ' Mrs. Bill Russell received a cookie Jnr; ivlrs. Ficd Vaughn .re- appointed The boxing commission which is ccivcd bunco prize, n scoring pail! under the siipcrvblcn of the Amer- set, Mrs. Michie traveling bunco i lain Legion met for tile purpose - salt find pepper set nnd Mrs.; of electing n secretary. The averse tnx paid per vehicle during 1.138 .\vas $51.13 ns compared lo $52.60 |)ald during 1037. < a Abner Ashcrnfl low score who received n dish towel. The hostess served apple pie and Iced tea. * • * Wtillflclrt-Alcxaiidrr Of Interest at Steele Is the marriage cf Mrs. Vclma Alexander to Herman Whltflcld which occurred at Kcnuctl on Aug. 2isl., The bvidc Is the daughter of Mrs. Frances Smith of Cottonwood and tlie bridegroom Is the son! of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Whitlicld cf near Steele. Thc'y will make lliclr home in Steele where Mr. Whitflold Is employed.' Son Horn Mr, and Mrs. Olho SUinficId are. the parents of n» eight pound son born nt their home in Steele the latter part of the week. , . . . i Daughter Born A seven and one linlf pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. j O. {,. Stoiy at their home near f Ucnlon last week. The baby has been named Marie Eli/abeth. • Mrs. Story is tlie former Miss Alma Kellcms of Micola. Mrs. Tom Hopper and Mrs. Vcl- mcr Campbell and 'son Jennie few days' visit here with them. Mrs. O. G. Hubbard is convalescing nl her home, 112ft West Main street. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. E. Gibbs and son Bill, of Lnfkin, Tex., spent the weekend with Mr. ai\d Mrs. J, P. Friend and son, U. A. Mrs. Glbbs is a sister of Mrs. Friend. W. M. U. Board Meets Mrs. Ll&yd stlcknion and Mrs. Murray Smart were co-hostesses to 16 members and Iwa visitors of the executive board, Woman's Mission- at Kcnnett with In the afternoon spent Thursday Mrs. Tom Lewis. they were all entertained al bridge In the home of Mrs. Allen Price. Mrs. H, A. sncnee loft last week i 16 spend the winter daughter Mrs, 1. M. with Grcer her and! family ot Harrlsburg. Ark.. Mr. and I Mrs. .Grcer came for her. Mrs. Hatve.v Womble and -Children of Swill spent last weekend here as guest oi their aunt. Mrs. ary "Union of the First Baptist church Friday afternoon al the Visitors were Mrs. Hcrshcl Smart,! returned from points of Mississippi Hho represented the chairman of Where they .visited relatives. While Circle Three, and Mrs. W. J. l ^ctt they visited Mrs. Irby's mo- Grate Jones and oilier relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Irby have Rogers, who represented the social . chairman. The devotional, "Winning others," which emnhasted enlistment was , given by Mrs. Tom W. Jackson, enlistment chairman. Prayers were cffered by Mrs. Alfred Carpenter and Mrs. Walter Bishop. A .dessert course of sherbet and cake was served at the conclusion Of. the business meeting. M Birthday Party E. B. Gee, who'celebrUed Ills liter, Mrs. Ned Nails, whcm she had not seen since she was six months old. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vaughn and Mrs. Fred Vaughn spent Sunday at Memphis with Mr, and Mrs Hugh West. | Mr. and Mrs. Herman S^aiison left over tlie weekend for their home In Flint, Mich., after a vbit with relatives in Holland. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Cook and children have returned aftet «verUh blrlhday Saturday, had as' Ala. a visit with relatives In Newport, Mere's hosiery with character! Six points ol wearl Six rjoints of beanly (hat rnaka Lorkwood a treasure to own ; .. a joy to wear. - Fashion-right colors keyed lo costumes. In Tampered Twist end Char Crepa . , . triumphs in beautiful, clear bbric. 79c '$1.00 $1.15 APPLEBAUM'S their with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Stevens on West Ash street. Mr. James is the junior'high football coach for the coining year. Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway tire expected to return home Wednesday Irom a Western trip. They have visited in points of California and have also been In Hawaii, Qci'ald Carter left yesterday for Fayettcville .where he Is a student- at-the University of Arkansas. His mother,, Mrs." 'o. H. Carter, Mrs. Nelil Reed motored him over and will visit In Diirdnncllc, Rog- and Llllle Rock before retiirn- ng home Thursday. .Miss Jane Kocliiilzky, of Tupelo ind Columbus, Miss., spent tlie vcckend here with Miss Sara Jo Little and other friends. She stop- led here en route to Springfield, vlo., where she Is lo be in the wetl- .liiig of a friend with whom she attended schcol at Ihe University of Missouri at Columbia. ''. -•-" Oxford, Miss., tomorrow lo -visit/ relatives and lo make plans lo en- .er the University cf Mississippi Ihere, Miss Lcggett was president of this year's graduating class of the-high school and received sev- Demonstration Club News Notes Have H;irbecuc Supper Members of the Dogwo;d Ridge Home Demonstration club and their husbands were entertained at a barbecue supper. Wednesday night at Lutes park. The affair was the result of a membership contest in which the Blue side entertained the winning grcup, the Reds. Mr., and Mrs. Tom Bradsher were the only guests among the 80 present. Miss Mary Lulcs was chairman of the group in chnrgc of arrangc- jnenls, while Marvin Lnnc was In charge of tlie supper at which barbecued chicken was served. Supper partners were chosen by matching Mother Gozsc rhymes. Games played included bingo, dodge ball and coffee pot. Tlie nest meeting of the club will be , Wednesday when Mrs. Iva Koonce, sewing chairman, will entertain at 2:30 b'clcck at the school Plans will bo made for the dress contest at the county fair to he held the last oi this month. A fish fry has been arranged for Tuesday at Big Lake for members and their husbands. . During June, 1939, the traffic dcallvtoll > increased ' for the firs lime lu 20 months. In June alone 2330 persons were killed on tin streets and highways of Ihe Unitec States. Eighty thousand others were injured. According to statistics, clerks ray their bills more promptly than )cts:ns in other occupations. AWORDtoiheWISE.. I JUST DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO,HELEN.SOMETIMES . >THINK HE UKES ME,THEN FORNl REASON HE v-^ai-sc JORGETS ME.j(THERE tf A R , MEN DON'T LIKE WOMEN WHOHWEN' pepAND fjvfaoy. region,, and G. It. Carter, H. , laiscll Sr., and James Coston of Osceola, all members of the post, were In Newport yesterday fcr an American Legion district conference meeting. Senator John Miller was (lie principal speaker al the meeting. His subject ivas "Neutrality." Over a period of 20 years tlie motor vehicle public lias paid tlie enormous sum of .$8,093,398,01)0 In t'nsoline taxes to construct and maintain highways. Everything for your entertainment and comfort. Watch Society Page Of Courier News F« Free Show Gnesti Last Times Today JB!«[ t .CHAIHE5 DUNNE BOVER Helen is right. Men don't like women who nre dull and listless, who look as tired and worn out as they say they are. Sometimes Ihe lack, of sparkling pep and energy, which Is so attrac- live to others, is due to simple anemia, a condition brought on by a deficiency of iron In the blood. Men and women who are overworked, spend long hours indoors and lack sufficient sunshine and' exercise, often find that it is this condition whMi is sapping their pep and energy. Sargon. the famous tonic wilh iron, is helpful In overcoming iron deficiency in the blood, tending to aid nature in building red blood cells and hemoglobin. This accomplished, you fee) like a new person, with new pep and vitality and a better appetite. Get a bottle of Sargon today at our risk. If you are not entirely satisfied, after taking according to directions, the full purchase price will be returned without question. Kirby Drug Co. BUY1HISNEW DUO-THERM HEATER NOW ...AND KEEP COOL Alt SUMMER LONG.' JACK! IT'S NINETY THE SHADE ! TURN ON THE HEATER.WILL VOU? A cooling bioozo In lumtncrl Duo-Therm Power-Air blows a brisk refreshing; luccjtc to keen you cool. 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A "Kiircpc:in War Crisis Scenes," including evacuation of .1,800,0110 children frniu Kngiish c'iiics. TUESDAY PAL MATINEE & NIGHT T»o Admitted for the Price of 1 THE PICTURE THAT HAS EVERYTHING ...EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY... TECHNICOLOR o.v«i»d v ZO1TAN KQRDA .M SAIPH RICHARDSON > C AUIKr SMtrH JOHN CUMENTS. JUNE OUFflfZ Adoplid t>r « C. SHtJBirt From' II" nor.I b, A. f. W. MAION JMeand lh™ UNITED »»TISn ROXY Admission (Iron Ifa & 2Sr Matinee* Fri.-Sat-Snn. Last Times Today Everybody's Hobby with Henry O'Neill and Irene Rich. Also Fox Kens & Comedy Tue. - Wed. - Thur. PAL NIGHTS 2 admitted for the price of 1 Death of a Champion willi LYNN' OVKRMAN and Susan Parley.' Also Couicdj-

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