The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 5, 1938 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 5, 1938
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PAGE t'OUKJKIl NliWS CpMri,lM£NTMlY TICKET Ibis Ticket Will Admit Toiiy Kiiyurr & Companion -lo Jhe— KIT/ 'rilEATEH — lo "<;o Social Calendar '.'tllUAVS EVKNTD Ladies' Bib)c class of First Mclli- church having » dutch aupiicr at church, 7:00 o'clock. S/lTUHDrtVa EVENTS Children of Confederacy meeting with Mrs. James B. Cark for picnic limcli and prosrai)! at 11:03 o'clork. Have Vanishing Tea Another aftnlr In the series of vanishing teas which arc bring sponsored by the jijuior high-senior hiyii Parent Teacher asrxcia- licn was given yesterday afternoon nt the Home Economics collage by Miss Rosa Hardy, who Invited two pirls frcm each class ol the high school, cnc!) of whom invited lour of her friends. 't't:e other hostesses were: Miss Marjori? Warren, Miss Carole Lauderdaie, Miss Jsanelta Sea- baueh. Miss Eugenia Crawford, Miss Marjorie Mays, Miss Mary .Jeanne aflliek. Miss Mary Helen Moore and Miss Sara Lou Mc- Outchen. The lace draiKd tea (able was centered with pink rosebuds and blue cornflowers while numerous bouquets of garden flowers and polled plants were placed throughout the cottage. The hostesses were assisted in arranging for the tea by Miss Grace i'helps, home economics instructor. L-n(OT(aiiiE C'ulb When Mrs. Elton W. Kirby entertained members of Ihe Wednesday Bridge club yesterday, when Mrs. E.irl Koojitz. of Fulton, Mo., who is the houseguest of her mother, Mrs. E. M. Bryan, and Mrs. Charles Rose, jr., Mrs. Dixie Craw, ford and Mrs. Rilcy B. Jones were Ihe other gucsls. Rose buds were used on Uie small Inbles arranged in the living room where lunch was served. Vases ot roses and other garden flowers were also decorated Ihe house and floral tpllics completed the spring scheme cnirietl out in tlic parly. - In tile bridge eiiines, Mrs.-.Wirns- worth Black was high an.1 Mrs. ••S?, r y .'K'rby, second high among the club -members. The guest prize went lo Mrs. Jones. * * * Uub Has (Jucsls Mrs. D. b. Hall, Airs. Kl Williams and Mrs. Roscoc Uraflon were the guests of Mrs. H. A. Tay- , lor when she entertained members cf the Wednesday Coiilract club at her home yesterday. A spring scheme was carried out in lhc tallies, in lhc mixed non-era with roses r.rcrtontmaling which decorated lhc house, and the salad plate which was served al the con- elusion of the bridge games. Mrs. W. D. McClnrkm was presented hosiery for club prize, and Mrs. Ciailcn. an organdie apron lor rjuest priae. FLAPPER FANNY " «<>'«. iiu«ri«r»st««tc.U(c. I.M.J By Sylvf [via Hits of News Mostly PCTKOK! tu- J "inTl" tiecKl ? (i llot to be a » aviator when I grow up 7 think 111 be a philanthropist—they all seem to have lots 0 £ money." Miss Kobm GUI, Tom Hani in Lead DdlVAVIlo's Who Miss Robin Qill and Tom llard- In received the largest. munb:r ol awards in Die recent Who's Who contest conducted in the Dell high school when lliu slmJenls went to Hie polls (o behove honors on tlieir classmates. Miss Gill was i-hoicn as iii c "best all round girl", "girl that means most to Dell-III", "stut!e;il with besl school spirit", "best all round student", "best c'ilizen" aiul "prettiest liair." .,'TJic lilies of "mail hiiiubome boy'',,"best dressed boy';, "most dignified student" jiiid "inosl courteous toy'' were bestowed on Tom Hardin. Mjss .lean SUicy also received several honors aniong whicli were "most beautiful girl." "most popii- Miltlretl Whistle, lie: "most studious girl", Octavj'a Ilrorfcy. "most Uudiciis bo.\'". Clyde WJilst'lc: "most taletilcd irirl". Blanche Ross; "mosl (alenled boy, J. T. Tale; "most ccurleoiis yirl", Miss Mildred Whistle. At the Hospitals Mrs. Lucile Ryttcr, who has been ill (it the Blytlicville hospital was remove;! lo lier home yesterday ill a Coub ambulance. Mrs. W. A. nickorslafl. who underwent a major operation recently at. the \V;il!s hospital, is to be removed lo her home Uiiu afternoon. Miss Myrtle Oden, of Oil-cola is a patient nt the Memphis Baptist haqiltal. Mrs. II. H, sjhavcr, of l,eachi'ille was admitted to Itic Memphis Ban- list hospital. Magicians Rlav Surprise, cilv CINCINNATI. 0. nail of lion nf Three «r f t places, "best a n round the niteHiaitoV flrdilCTh^l 1 or boy,' "best hked boy" and "best Mugiebus will | w te w (lc ,-e\a t(.°t Read Courier News Want Ads. boy athlete" were awarded lo Melton UrecnK-ay. Oilier resulta of Die contest were: "most popular hoy" nnd "prettiest hair", LaQulntus Baughman, "(;irl with prcltiest eyes". Miss Clementine Shepherd; "boy with pretliesl eyes", R. rj. Riggs; "best dressed girl". Louise Browniee; "best girl atlilcte", Blanch Ross; "boy thai means most to Dell Hi". Lloyd Russell; "student that is most likely lo succeed", Gladys ifoody and Archer H-Thresul Archer .'!-'! hread Archer Walking Chiffon Arehc'r Stretchy Top .... McCallum 2-Tlircud Ciortlon 2 and 8-Thrc«il -SI-SI.r,0 . St.Ofl . ..SIM SI.15 Sl.OO Sl.OO Good Shoes and Hosievv tiiiie. Mr«. Haher I,. Wilson, Mrs. \V. J. JViiHilPrtlcli and Mfrs. nvosworth lilack arc speniiing today In Memphis, Mareu:, Evrard |i; upciulliic loday in Uily. Mr:;. I'icd iiiiUicrford, who has •en ill nt her l:omq i f om Jn- ui'itiKi, Is now able lo Ije up. Mrs. it. c:. Minliu will IKIVI- the last, of the week for Greenville. Mo, svlicre she plans to visit her dauslilcr, MIS. K. -I'ljpmns WiKlgW, nnd fainlly. lo ( - a month. , I-)', and Mis, i,. Jf . M(lorc „„,, ciiiighlrr, Mary Helm, were in Kcnncll last niBht. While Ur. Mooiv uttcndrd the Ncrthrast Arkansas I 'ioiilheast Missouri Dental .'"ix.clatlon nicctlna, Mrs Aloorc awn Maiy Helen visited iplatlve.v J. 1:. Ginrd, who has ticen crltl- . :ll.v ill at ins lllylhevllle Iio3[>ll«l. is now much improved. Miss Miirjin-el Williams, who rc- !»lly imdehvcnt an operation on tier tool In the Campbell's allnle i Memphis. Is now able lo be mil. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Collins aiul Mis. li, K pouer al . c sireiiding lo- lay In Joncsboio. Airs. -ihiKi MI^ of . s t cc | Ci js restmis well nt tin h 0 , llc O jr ), cl : (liaahtcr. Mrs. 'lunier-Klsscll, after lion" ::: "" Ile ' s °" c ^ "I'linr opern- Mrs. o. E, \vilEon loturnccl this nionnii" from Cleveland, Mis;; where she n-as lhc (jiicst of her s(s- ler, Mrs. A. M. Hums, ami fricmls for a week. Miss Cccllc Ijiilun, Kraiik IJo'gi'ell and nilly Carpenter, ol Memphis, visited iricnds here lar.l night Miss Uilon leiiulncd io te the Sliest of Miss Jenny Wrc-n Dilta- niinty for sevci'iil duyu. C. M .Buck attended to Uisiiicso ill Joncsboro yealeiday and ioJov Mr. and Mrs. U. n. Hoiifhlns vyill ^> lo Fulton, MO., .Saturday to Rjicud Sunday with Mr. Houchlns' molher, Airs. M-:ijy iHouchlns..*'!!? Is unite ill nl her home there.'']'Hoy, will tc ac^ompanlecl by Mrs 'tw Kcoi,t:., of tint cily, who hns'bejjti Ihe guest of her mother. Mrs. E. M Bryan, and family far several wcckV. W. J. I' has rclurned froni' 1 lhc National association of Insur- RH!:e Agents In Hot-springs, nixie- 1 Cnuvforcl, who went over .vestcrd/y for Hie meeting, remained for the sessions loday. following Mrs. E. j, Browne, who vns lo hare undergone, a major operation at (he Memphis Methodist. JiosplUi), "id noi have the p|«riiUpn jicr- ii'rtiiccl because of 'her condition, bill (hey |)lan to do so at B later dale. _ Mis. Marvin Unlley, of l.ltlle lii^'k, is Iho Bitcsi of l|cr brotlicr, o .W. McCutchfii, and family. Mr. Mailcy, who bus been 111 In a hos- ! I'H'il in liot Sj)iiii{!!i /or UK pnjit I month, win prco.ikly Join her In a j lew days for :i brief visit here bc- . lore rrtiirimii; lo I Ittle Rock, !-. II. Anlry. wh:) Is a member of | the hoar.l of trunlce;; of the Ark' mi.'';!!, ICdwnllon Assijclullon. at- tnicled n (wo diiys iin-ctlni; 111 IM- lu' l^uck Tuciiday and Wetlne^dny. Ooiv.e W. li;nhiiui iitlemlrt 'lo | umliirss In ./oiic.'itjoro yeslcrdny. For Musical A l Citv Program - uOjo, "Malngucim" by Ernesto Lrciionn jjlayeil by Miss Marian TompklijB. "The 0|d Head" by Jolip c. Scott will be the number sutic by Todd llanlsoii. who \vllj be followed on Iho program by Ml»s Hue ijatney and Miss Marian Tompkliis plajilng a duct Hrransemeiil of "Nolu". "Love's olil Sweet Sone" Molloy- I'ai-ks, will feiiluro Mis. 1'giil J, 'Upton and Mrs, oeorgc M. l*u hi a voice duel and jvjlss Bonnie Jcajmr- Wgclimwii. <g)m will nlay tho violin ob|litnlo. .lolm lltirp, Hobcrt HCfflek, Todd JJiiulwii and Oolemati Slcvpns. fr. who iiinkc up Ihe Jilgjj school boys' nuoi-lclle, will uijvj Sidney 'Rom- b:rg's " Ilc-arttd Meii". Tim coamniDlty proanim will Of concluded by ll\ 0 audience's siriging of "Hlnr «paii|5lc<l jjaiincr": Ac- I'omp'inlsls thronahotit (lie progmm be Miss Kiilhcrlnc Qroar, Mies for typhoid fever, In addition (o 18 viiccinalloiis lor smallpox, lit • ajid [our for raWcs. Fprty-lwo were' treated for trftclioijin, ami ten nubile lectures «!veu /or ImmuiilzaHon dtaiisslon, which wo I'd aUemlcil l>y 110 persons. .McniueiB of the mill ii)nric 33 /leltt vblfo for comnnmicii- ble disease' control wott; The Insiie-olloii of 45J) school children, 30 Held visits, flml 18 class room henlth talks licajd by 1^57 Btiidenls made tin t)io school hygiene aclMlicJi. JiMlie Infiiiil and pre-sclioo) field, 78'fltltl Visits wqre mnilu and av adnililet) for service. In lhc Urbereuloiils coiilrol work, Rev. ,1. H, Hok W81 :,, Spealf At ?andy Bayou The Rev. J. K, Kojt, W jij me u, 9 theme "Mother" when 'he speaks n^ o'clock'Sim!)ay on an all tl»y; prograrii tegltyntig at 9:30 n'clock, a), t]i« Itehoboll) Method- 1st clmrcli In Iho simily Bayou community,• five miles west of Os••-'•• <?n highway 40. tooginip w;i!c)i li under tlto »nil> of Mrs. Moiry'jeirerles, Mrs. a, T. C'eckhmn nnd Mrs. Bry- Henden, will feature epeclat City. llll), Jr., of New York -. V. 6. licllaricl aUpnilcci .^, t ,,,. court in Jonccljoro Tuesday nnd Wednesday. Mrs. M. A. Price aii:l (inuglili-r. Mrs. Bernard Jenkins, of E-isl l j rairie, Mo., arc the giiesls of Me and Mrs. Jolm Waldcij for two weeks. Mrs. Price is Mrs. Waltlcii.1i mother. Mr, and Mrs, E. E. Co:r,iay anil Aul«« D- .,-i /• ,..-.T~ (laughter, Mulrcl, of ."St. finis' A«l ? Uo,i I 0» vj , Kclicr *,„ arrive hxl«y to spend the urck rrlin" ^ ( " P) ,- /v " lDI "- J - c "1 with Mr. and Mrs. -A. C'omvay. dicnts have been Mr. Conway is Mr. E. li, Camva>4 •"••- nephew. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. .Ciiimiiiglinm will go lo Litllc nock Sunday where Mr. Cunningham will attend the 'I lie pro^r.ini lor I lie cotimnmlly mislcnl lo . i )i> given tomorrow nlfsht, ("Mil o'clock, nl lhc rlly luulitorium ill DlKOl-l-JllIlT Of tliltloiml IllllSln wvl:. which h In-lni; :;j>oni:oiT;l In I us :||y \-j die I'cilwnicrt Women':; null. «•«'; .•incuiiiii'.-c-d twlay. 'flip irv.?nlnj iiilihess will be ui;i'li: by Mrs. C. (i. iiedinim, nl llu: con- llll.sll.'li nf \vli|;h Mir,. U 1,, |lu- In-iii'r. chairman of Ihi' community PU",ram, will Introduce the pro- I Clam which will be (ijK'iiiHl with ! community sliiglnj ol "America", "Old 1-olkii at Home" and "Ilnmr on (he Hmric", led by Miw; Mar 1 E'iiima nooil. Miss Knlhciiiic c;rcar v.lll piny a ]>fanp solo "Elticlo in p i-uu" 1-izsl, following which the Junior • I'Wi Bins' Bice ehib will uln;. nil I Enijlt.sli folk snnr;. "The Morris Uanec" ami (iinpiiKlc.'ln';i "Twilight" ("Melody in V). The ucxl number will be a mixed voice quartette, composed ol Mr.;. j A. 1). Milrlielil. Mrs. Wllsati Henry] Ucn Siilhcrlniwl, mid Arthur Hclsm'i who will slm; "'on:- of 1'eare" from' •Fiiibiimlon" HlWIiiis. A vl.brnharp i -solo, Nevln'r, "Rosary", played by Mr. Nelson will loliow me mini-I tetlc. Maxinc Harris, I.uVoiine lirilinan sr.'J Wanda Fisher make! \n> tin: Illlllor tliftli qjrts' trio w|i|;p -.-ii| BliiB "Stars ol Hie Summer Nlghl" oy Woodlniry ncfnrj.- MIS:; M,, ry iimna hoo:l leach the gi p mi(> In sine- lug I wo more ()!d 'favorites. -.Ar- kaiisas" jiml "Qia Black Joe" Prccc:lin : , the girls' S ci,ipr h ig ,, Ino immbpr, "Oracltc SOIIT" Kriev Icr, i>y Miss Mary Ncn pan^,,,, •vims Bomnc Jean Bnchiiimn nnd Miss Cienlni'ii nrnvo-;. l.hi>i"> «m •.. a vocal solo of'• Rogers' "Al Part- Ing" by Miss Dclore.s Psuliuondb Unit UHS Active I'rograin J n April fhe K'firk of iinnimiiKiin; for (y. Ijhoiil fevrr. liupectltij a-hoo! chll- <hen lor physlail dcfcclii and fhn tiimlnullim of inosi|ullci brwilliu' i i " C 7,,''!"'!•' fcatllrc " 'icllylltcs lii II i- Mississippi eounly health , m jt during lhc past month. TIKW were «l Hiacte B|ven ..__ _ Tho ucnernl swiilatloii nrogrnin Included tho cllinlnatloii of aw anpiilielcs brcwthig places, lhc In- slalliillon of •)« snnilsry prli-lcs niicl six Held visits, there were 49 visits nnule lo food handling eslabllsh- ineiits, dairy farms nndI milk iilnnts mill 12 milk specimens'.vice cxnm« |ned, There were Kl> field iiurEing vlsllfi two homo ftld classes held and 23 liatloiils admitted lo -.service for •" *"«v«mj IJ^IVI. IJiILL] Uricd by « .welfare board ruling. Hor.eaftc)-, applicants for rcli-/ v-ill J>3 obliged to surrender t license piales. Mother's Day Specials I''rid;iy and Siidirday as ;i .spccia! failure for Mo- ilier.s l);iy \vc will Hgain repeat Pur Extra Special Drew Sale 98 ] group $. r ).!)ii In §7.7:, (liT.ssc.s sj 93 I group S8.75 viilues $1.<)S ini«V S5.98 I sniup S».7!i vatui-s .... 1 group $1(1.75 values .. SI2 (o Si:{.75 viilucs SM to $19.75 vaiuc'.s .... WASSI JJKESSES DRESS US "f r.u-i.v .tmic and '!'''« new Niibnsa i'!»Ui niiicr line;, wash DICSSCS, iii Jennie Wren Spur! '- tiJiiw. Kark l,inrn.s. B-I- Drrrxrs. SK 7f, values f listo. VoJIf.v. kind for iMtllin. 8 fo $5.9 .r,, s( (he t |,j s H . e ;,. 16.90 iv ! Av, YOH HI':it SII.K UNDKRWKAH. f>A[IN AN5) SILK CUEPK SMI'S IKMJSK COATS, AND OLOVji SILK UN 1>K « \V K A U MAKK LUVKLV Glf.'T« I'OK MOTIIKK. ( ,M'J?, V , KSt \' ; 'v ANI) UA). " A N 1) K K R C II [w£ Y POK MOTIIKU ON No (Jifl Cciultl He More AcccpliibJc NATUKAI, HKIDGE OK .STYJ.-KKX HHC HI)(scs llwl will (ak<- ran; ,,f H, e f CL .(. j) Ur k greatly reduced. Wliilc r viJ.OO io 86.75 ;i pair Other fjrands of \vliitc sliot's 34.50 Hosiery to Match The Ladies' Toggery Located in Ingram Hldg, 1'hone 9SJ Personal To Fat Girls Now you con »llu) ilown your her «nil ric- urc wlUmni drift ,li e ll al , or l.nck.iireikinj, ^xcrcisof. Jml csl wiuibfy nnil lake I ,\u>-. mala Tmcitttlon TfMf-.s » ,flny, li,,oiilinu f^/i!.'i.'' CC """'' '' n ''' y °" ll » vc '°5 l "WHKli Sjurmrila rrcK-HiHinn TnUcI; have- l.«-n fi>W lu UK li.ublic fnr rn'i.ft- Iliun (hiny yciin. Morn l!i«n millirm IHISI-J tm'r hrcil ilulrtyulLvl ilurlnit llint li.'iln,! H«imol« l» nol liili-mlnl us n curr.nll for Ml ullnifnl, TMs .itvi.rli M .,, K .i,[ I, J,ilr,i<! r ,l only for f«l pcrtons ivho nre normal »nd hca.llto „IhcnV/M nnil ,vh,,, c f a i, K . M ,, cnuscit liy )ijixj,thyrnliU.<ni will, ntco'mimny. 1111: Kii^prnml pieliilmliiT rntcii. Wo oilier reliri'Krnll'tiiin Is Hind': in to l!ji s Irralnliinl cxci-rl un-lrr Ih.'ic cowlitloni.- «nit ncroi Jins lo Ifir uiisnuo tia rcconniKliilnl, . \V«' I|D iif>l ninkp .iny lU/i^nosi^ iu lf;nf Is t.hc funrlinn iif your uliyoii:inn. why nur* h* ronMinci) !„!• lhal piirpt,-,. Tht- criniiiirt* MJ'ni'jIa is iiirhi.k-d in i-voiy f^ckafc. htar( wilh MnrmoJa Muy «nil win [li^slcni/cr luvcly fijurc Ihnl ij lishllll'lj yub,.. glrecls More 'lOHONTO, out, '(UP) - Despite cITcrfs of satcly organizations. IrolJli; fnliillllcs In Toroiito ln\v» Increiiccd by 21 per cent so lar 1-115 year over the same period hi I03'c T« dnte ID Uvcs hnvc been lost In Iriillle, compared lo 15 for IllC snmo period lust year. wwrie/n, Beaidea easing functional pains of menstruation, Cardui aids in building up the whole system by helping women to get mofe strength and energy from their food, Your druggist has Cardui. For MOTHER -,. the most desirable gift! PHOENIX HOSIERY Enmlay, May 8lh is Mollipfr. Uriy. Remember her with n, Rttt Hint will be bolh 'iisefill "iiiitl lovely ... a UQ.X of Jicr- favorite hosiery. Phoenix Hosiery will nnikc the day a happy one lor |icr. pome in nnd lot us help you.acject lljo hosiery that will 'Imrmonliic with her outni. IN NjGW HHADliS! VANITY G/UliTV 79c $ 1°° ^l 19 JX of IM'air $2.25 Uo. v ' of . ;j j. H | r $ 2<S5 Hox uf „ pajr ^^ MILLIONS SWITCHINGIO NEW BITE SIZE CEREAL * Shredded Raisfon... delicious whole wheat cereal, makes hit entire fajiji| Here's a new ready-to-cat'cereal"yoiT'Won't need to coax anyone to .eat! Crisp, bite size morscfs of \y[|ole wheat spun into tiny shreds and bakect golcicn brown. Serve some to your family and watch them ask for more.

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