The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 5, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 5, 1939
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PAGE TWO B^YTnEVlIiLE,-'(AUK.-) COURIER NEW* COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket Will Admit !•'. I* Hranhnni & Companion Basset I . ' —to the— KITZ THEATER —to ftt— "STAJtiUAKEK" FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford entertaining Double Four Bridge club. Club 28 having dance at Woman's club, nine o'clock. Altar society, Church of (he Immaculate Conception, 'sponsoring Jjingo party, eight o'clock, Catholic Hall. Mrs. a. A. George, of Luxora, entertaining prosperity club at 2:30 o'clock. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Elnwocd . Cemelejy association meeting with Mrs. Ncill Heed 2:30 o'clock. Describes Old htcxtco. . Old Mexico was described by Mrs. James A. Overnolser, who .spoke briefly of her trip in that section last night at the meeting of (lie Beta Olil Sunday school class of the . First Presbyterian church at the home of Mrs. Dixie Crawford. Mrs. ... Margaret Gray Crowder vivas co-iiostess. - Mrs. 'George W.. Dlllalinnty, teacher, presided in Die absence of the president, Mrs. Jess Hor- ncr. Reports of, standing committees were made and'adoption oi — social service project for the fall season was discussed. It wns planned to have a scries of programs on "Prcsbyterianlsm" with Uie Htv. Mr. Overholser as speaker. Miss Mildred iMuir and Joe Evrard also look part on the program. Miss Mulr read "Maggie and Jig<>s" and "The Poor Old Maid" and Mr. livrard played Ihrce selections, "Dark Eyes," "Tlie Rosary" and "The Guitar", on his accordion. Punch and cookies were served to the 13 members and three visitors who included Mrs. R. D. Slacy ol St. Louis, houseguest-of Mr and Mrs. E. P. Pry. , » • « Two Affairs Given Recently by Auxiliary. Members of Hie Girls'. Auxiliary of the First Baptist, church have been entertained at two aa'nirs recently. Friday night, they had a paity nnd yesterday afternoon, R social .meeting, both hi the homo of the leader,- Mrs. J. .T. Westbrook. ^ - ;,- ; . .•".'.'.,' lite meeting yesterday,,was opened ffitli sfiite'iica prayers led -by Mrs., Wes'lbrooK and closed by Margaret Gcan. After a business discussion, (lie group related the allegiance ana watchword. Refreshments were served before the seven members were dismissed by repeating the Lord's Prayer. Boys of the Intermediate department of the church were in- \ited to the party Friday night. Other gucsls were the Rev. A. D. Muse and the Rev. nnd Mrs. Al- ircci carpenter. . A two' course supper of roasted chicken and ;ce cream and cake "was served to 36 people. After" the group was dismissed with prayer by Alvin Lane, they attended the evangelical meeting being held in the Muse lent on Main street. plans were mnde to attend the 'one meeting In Lcacliville Friday, ^raycrs were offered by Mrs. F. M, Sivcel nnd Mrs. T. I. Neal. Hay Riilc 1'limiicil For Tomorrow Night A hay vide for members of Mrs. L. l,. llubener'B class of the First Methodist church given tomorrow night. Celebrates Birlliday. , Several friends of Annella Humphrey wished her a."hnppy birth- _-, ^...u...^., ,.i,.j. *.,..,»; .in.,,- 11IP program lor phrey, served birthday cake and lU ial anniversary of ice cream to the group * * • Have Fish Dinner „., „.„„„ ul , Mr. and Mrs. M. fitzsinimons nounccd today. entertained four guests with „ fish dinner at .Reelfcot Lake Sunday. Guesls were Mr, and Mrs. S. M. Hodges and Dr. and Mrs. b. Howton, all of Osceola. Duriut; the afternoon, they enjoyed the, boat races before re , turning here for eaten "Yon hocked his fraternity pin for ?5! Why, that's terrible I always get at ieiist 510 on mino." Temple Israel Will Resume Services Sunday , Services will be resumed in 'I'tm- pln Israel, Blythcville, on Sunday afternoon nt 3 o'clock. The sermon topic of Hnbbi Herman Pollack will be: "Random Rakings." which will serve as n preparatory discussion for the .approaching Holiday Sctison. Iteh Hnshoiioh, (lie Jewish Nw Year, will be ushered in Wednesday nlglit, Sept. 13, nt B o'clock. According . to tradition, the holiday murks Die beginning of the year 5700, nnbbl Pollnck explained ns hc'.snld Us general theme of duty, idealism, liberation will be Interpreted in terms of developing Intcrnnlloiuil events. For the oc- cnsion, the sermon theme will te: '' nnd Resolution." 'Hie will be AH who plan to go are asked to meet at seven o'clock nt .the church. e * 4 Slndy Church Unity "Unity of Uie Church" was the topic cf both the devotional and program periods presented nt. the meeting of tho fission Study sroup, Woman's- Council, First Christian church, yesterday afternoon nt tlie h:riie of Mrs. \v. H. Stovall. Mrs. Z. h. McCuiston was UI»*UHILIUI] Him KCSOJUllon." 'I lie Mrs, M. T.. Moon led the devo-i observance will continue on Thnrs- "•""•" •""•"- - " -- tiny;, morning, Sept. H, al 10:30 tional peri:d al which time Mrs. W. Cc.Gciryin'lfeM Uie nth chapter of;jol'Hi;i\s''n prayer. The scripture •:theme from John and Eze- klnl misread by Mrs. Russell Barham. Mrs. Norwood Hedge prepared Ihc program which was presented b,y Mrs. J. p. Ellis. Mrs. Ellis was assisted by Mrs. Rcnkert Wctcn- kamp \viio discussed "The Oneness :f the Church"; George W. Patterson, pastor, who talked on "The World In which the Church Lives"; Mrs. George \WI3arhiim whose subject -was "History of Disciples ot Christ Ar;und the World"; Mrs. J. J. Bryant who lold of "One Christ and Many Gifts"; Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe who gave tbe ollcrtory prayer. Mrs. Lowe, mission study chairman, presided over the business sessicn which was followed by a social hour. A sand»ich plalc with angel food cake wd Iced ten was served to the 21 members. Dahlias, ymrey wisncd her n."hnppy birth- roses on(1 "larigoids decorated the : day" yesterday when she entertaining rooms. cd her "sixth anniversary with u parly at her home. Games were played on the lawn of the Humphrey home after which balloons were given as favors. The hostess'jnoiher, Mrs. Henry Hum Wilson Club To Hear Program On Publicity The program for Ihc 2-ith :m- ,--., -. the Cooperative club which Kill be observed Thursday at 2:30 o'clock al the Wilson club house was an-..- .-..ay. "Press nnd Publicity" is Ihc c c »- eral topic of the program for which Mis. W. A. Williams is chairman. William H. Fielding, ol Memphis, will speak on "Radio" and a publicity skit will be presented o.v Miss Ruby Grain and Lee Wesson, of Wilson. Miss Jean Chllds, of o'qldci;, with (he sermon Iheme: "The 'Test of Character. 1 ' , Fol low! ng nosh Ha shon oh. the Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur, will be .observed on Friday nislit, Sept. 22, nnd Saturday morning. Sept. 33. Details concerning the service will be announced on later date. Calumet hews Mrs. D. M. Howard lius returned from Houston, Tex., where she has been visiting liar son, Robert Lee. Slie was accompanied on her trip by another son, will Dee, of Deli. Miss Edith Kali lias relumed home from Steelc where she lias been visiting relatives. Ernest Vurnon is ill at his home tills week. The daughter bom recently to Mr. «ml Mrs. J. D. Moody, lias been nntncd Shirley Gene. -"..*.,» & utiu iui wuLermeion eaien ul " ut>un. i\i t ss ocan ijniKJR, ol OH the porch of the Fitzslmmons Osceola, will provide' the special hrmir- iv>tii_><r* imisic. Rey. Neaj To Hold Revival At Manila home. * * * Discuss t'hns For Komc Mission I'rogrnni Plans for ihe home mission program to be held Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of the last week of September were discussed at a meeting of the Woman's Missionary Unicn of the First Baptist church •yesterday afternoon. The watchword for the year with Which the meeting was opened was followed with prayer by.'Mrs R u Reeder. Miss Cordelia Wtlhitc and Mrs. Aivin Huffman also led in prayers. Miss Wllhitc had the devotional "The Divine Call of Moses", which was taken from Isaiah. Miss Clco ••""> ^tmiui-n. ici Garner sang "My Task". She was ' fc "n conducting accompanied - by Mrs. Murray j w 'hl!e away, Smart. ' Ucnlon M. Nea). minister of the. Church of Christ, will open | a meeting al ihc Manila chnnrii j of Clirist lonight al 7:45 o'cloc.V, I he said Icdiiy. Tlie open air 'meeting will bo in the downtown district and will be equipped wltli a loud speaker. Tire revival v.'ill continue for two weeks. Daily radio programs from 12;15 to 12;30 o'clock over KLCN will lie » part ol the evangelistic, scrvlc-?s. Mr. Ncal returned last liassett News Mr. nnd Mrs. Enunclt McPal- rldge and claughlcrs, Mary Lou, Marjoric and Vivian, have returned to their htme in Chicngo utter a short visit with relatives here. Mr. unri Mrs. Mctvin Alexander, accompiinicd by Mrs. James Mc- Palridgo and daughters, have returned from a visit with relativ in Fayettc, Ala. Mrs. Cnrl Adams iuis been removed to her home after having undergone a major o)icrati:ii at a Memphis hospital three weeks sigo. Members ot the slmwncc band uho attended Ihe band camp at Monticello have returned home. Am:ng those who went were Jock Bell, Aim Wilson, Ann and Mary Bryan Burkett, Mrs. A, C. Arnold lias returned home Iroiu Houston. TCT<., where she had been visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Ctcorc,c McFalrldgc. Mv. and Mrs. U. L. Elrod visited relatives in Slkeslon, Mo., lasl weekend, Bits of Newi Mottly PewopaU Mrs. nellc Wood had an her weekend guests her niece, Miss Virginia Belle Eastwood, ami friend. Miss Christine Bariumi ot Caruthersvlllc. ' Mrs. Brad L. Daniel Is confined because of Illness to Jjcr home 127 Missouri street. ! . .' Mrs. Frank Broderlck, of cin- cnyo, spent the weekend here with ner mother, Mrs. AVcrt, and her brother, Raymond •Scbmuck, and family. She was accompanied bv ner son, Frank, a,nd tlie Misses Inez and Gay Morrow of Riverside, 111. Mrs. Pat O'Bryanl. is attending (lie fall gift show al Dallas, Tex., where she is doing her fall buying :or Ihc O'Bryanl shop. Miss Nell Harris accompanied her. They will probably return the last of this week. Mrs. R. L. Shelby of Charles- 1 .en. Mo., has returned home after spending a few days here with her sister, Mrs. J. J. Johnson. She was motored home by Mrs! John- ion. / Mrs. DoLols McKni'jlit and two children, Rcta and DeLois Jr., of Wynne, crtinc Sunday for un indefinite visit with Mrs. McKnight's sister, Mrs. F. B. Fox, nnd family. Mrs. J. H. Turner has returned from n (on days' visit in Byhalla, MLss., with Mr. Turner's mother, Mrs. T. E. Turner, who is seriously III at her home there. Mr. Turner went over for the weekend and she returned home with him. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Rothrock visited relatives in points of Kentucky Sunday. Miss Mania Hughes, an instructor in (he city schools, lias returned here for the school term. She attended summer school nt the University of Arkansas al Fny- ctlevllle and also visited her parents at Brighton, Tenn. Tlie Rev. nnd Mrs. J. U Newsom hnve returned from Tunica, Miss., where they motored Die Rev. Mr. Ncwsom's granddaughter, Virginia LcJ; Nowsom who had visited them here. Mrs, Belle Wood visited Mrs. Waiter Holly nt Cooier, Mo., Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Chapman nnd George Jordan of Maylleld, Ky., nnd Ray Jordan and son, Donald, all of St. Petersburg, Fla.. spent Sunday hero as the guests of the Rev. J. T. Hood and family. Mrs. R. D. Stacy of St. Louis, came Sunday to spend several days here with her slster-in-UwJ Mrs, E. F. Fry, and Mr. .Fry. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hnlfield ami! Mr. Hatfield's mother, Mrs. B. L.' Halficld, nil ot St. Louis, returned to their home this morning alter 1 having spent yesterday and last night here with Mr. Halficlrt's grandmother, Mrs. A. A. AUcn, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scliatx. formerly of here and now of Helena, stopped here Sunday afternoon for i\ brief Visit "with friends. They were en route lo their home from Cuiro. Miss Kathryn Denton, of Memphis, spent Sunday afternoon here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dcntoti. Nancy Little, of Memphis, is spending the week here with her grandparents, Mr.' nnd Mrs. A. G. Little. She was motored here Stw- dny by her father, Hamilton Little, also cf Memphis. Dick White hns returned fnim St. Louis where he went for tlie ball-games Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baxter and daughters. Misses Elizabeth and Jean, accompanied Mrs, John Durham and daughter, Miss Virginia, to Holcomb. M?.. last weekend where they visited in the homo of Mr. tind Mrs. Cecil Clark. Osceola Society — Personal Hint. Harry Driver Honored Among the many attractive parties that have been given in compliment to Mrs. Harry Driver, who leaves today for New Orleans to take up her position as house mother at Phi Kappa Sigma, fraternity house, Tulane University, was that given by Mrs. Ed U Quinn on Friday night. The 'only guests present were members of the Friday Bridge club to which Mrs. Driver belonged, the second oldest card club in the city, organized eighteen years ago. They were guests of Mrs, Qulmi for dinner at Cramers Cafe going Inter it: her home for an evening at bridge. Purple asters were used on the tflWe and in the Quliui home. Mrs, jvc Cromer was successful scorer, •Allli a gift of lingerie also presented to Mrs. Driver. v Visitor Complimented Mrs. Ida Tucker entertained several friends at dinner Friday even- Ing al Cramers Cafe in special compliment lo hei 1 sister-in-law, Mrs. Clara Tucker of Biloxi, who Ims been her guest for the p;isl two weeks. An arrangement of false drag.'nhcnd and clematis centered tlie table. Following dinner they were entertained Informally in the home of Mrs. John Wlilte. Mrs. Sullenger Hosk'is Entertainment rooms made attractive with clematis and marigold and tlie added fragrance of tube roses greeted the members of tlie Tuo-lable Bridge Club In the home of Mrs. Charles Sullenger Friday afternoon. Mrs. Joe Cromer was the only guest. Scaring honors went lo Mrs. W. W. Prewitt with n gift also presented Mrs. Harry Driver, uho is leaving today.fcr New Or leans to be connected with Tulanc University. * * * Her. Curry Kctiirns Tile Rev. Matthew Curry, pastor of the Calvnry Episcopal church ill lliii city nnd of St. Stephens church In Dl.vthevillc. lias returned from two months vacation and conducted services at the Osceola church Sunday night. The Rev. Curry has spent Ihe months of July and Au n ii t studying In Columbia Univeiiitj New York City, and with his pii ciits in Bridgeport, Conn. Mrs. A. I,. Baycc left Mondnj morning for p^rt Smith to be the guest of the Rev. L. H. Davis and Mrs. Davis for two weeks. Tlie Rev Davis was the former pnslor at Wilson. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Harwell had j.Tij their guests fcr Sunday ind •Monday-Mr, and Mrs. Arthur DIMS of Memphis. Mr. Davis is a cousin ol Mrs. Harwell and Hiss Neli Rhodes. Mrs. Mike Parrish of T\ ronza was the guest of Miss Cith erine ' Harwell on Friday. Miss Charlotte Hrlt of Salem, III, who lias Been (he guest of MLss Harwell for the past two weeks left for her home Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. M, E, McDearman Had as their guests Sunday her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. G Avery her brother, Paul A very and wife with their children, Patricia and rhombs; her sister, Miss Lena Avery with 1,01- gues(i M j ss Hac)le) Chancy, all of Halls, Tenn,, alsa a cousin of Mr. McDearman, Delmas Lucas, who is associated with the First National Bank In Memphis. At The Hospital* Hlythcvillc Hospital Byars Sccoy, cily, admitted. James Hngermnn, Hayli di.s- issed. - Wails Hospital Clarence Matthews, Sleelc, ad' nitlcd. Mrs. Thomas C, Bcaslcy, steelc, dismissed. Mrs. Kate Chandler, Cooler, 'dis- uissed. Miss Lucy Panky, Armorcl, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital E. J. Baker, Luxora, admitted, Joe Corbin, Cnruthersville, ad- nittcd. Memphis St. Josephs Hospital R/.nald Horner, Manila, admitted. Elzic H. Musgravcs, Manila, ad- m'lted. Negro Evangelistic Meeting Is Closed Tlie evangelistic meeting at th^ Plat Lake Negro Baptist church f-nsl of the city closed Saturday night rollowinir n week of daily service. 1 !. 'live Kef. J, \V. Knowles, paslor, nimciinced that 40 were added lo ihe church. 23 by conversion 17 by Christian experience.' (TO HIMSELF) SHESGOT EVERYTHING A MAN WANTS- PERSONALITY, A WOWDERFUL DISPOSITION, AND PLENTY OF P£P-I'LL POP Tff£ QUESTION" Women of charm nnd popularity arc usually full of sparkling pep and vitality, which makes them attractive to others. Often—and especially lu the case of those who are overworked, who spend long hours indoors nnd don't get sufficient sunshine and exercise and who have no appetite—the lack of normal vigor, listlessness and "Uinl run-down feeling" may he due to simple nueniia, which is caused by a deficiency of iron in the blood. Sargon, the famous tonic with iron, Is helpful in overcoming iron deficiency in the blood, lending to aid nature in building red blood cells nnd hemoglobin. This accomplished, you feel like a new person, with new pep nnd vitality nnd a better appetite. Get a bottle of Sargon today al our risV. H you are not entirely satisfied, after taking according to directions, tlie full purchase price will be returned without question. }. Klrby Drug Co. . . from Cnmdcn. Tenn., where lie liad srrvices Mrs Also ''Mrs. H. H. Brooks presided cvcr' Tenn - v,mie away, nc wllh Mrs Ncal visited iiis parents liv Maury City, the business; session. The 36 mem- beers heard recommcndaltons from the executive board. * * * ibrc.Bible Lesson Mrs. George Distngcr taujlit. the Bible lesson to ten members of the Woman's Missionary society of the lake Street Methodist church wh: met ywlerday afternoon at the church. -•&firs.-W..I»..Oreeti was leader o! the program and also presided over the business session at which tUr.a nlture "company' Very few pedestrians consider the fact, (hat lu cily traffic, cars on tire average move. eigUl times as fast as a person nil foot. Read Counsr Nea-s wanl TOO U\TE TO CMSSlVV Fcr Sale Overstuffed living room couch. Solid walnut frame, mohair upholstery Good condition. Apply Lemrns Pur" 5 ck 8 CHILLS AND FEVER Here's Relief From \ Malaria! j Don't lei Malaria torture you', i Don't shiver with chills and burn with faver. | At first sign of Malaria, lako Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. A real Malaria medicine. Marie especially for the purpose. Contains tasteless quimdinc and iron Grove's Tasleicss Ciiill Tonic actually combats Malaria infection in the Moot). H relievos Ihc freezing chills, tlie burning fever. Jioips you feel beuer fast. Thousands take Grove's Tasietcss Chill Tonic for Malaria and swear by-it. Pleasant lo take-, too. Even children take it without a whimper. Don t shiver and burn. At Ma. al ' ia ' s . ^s'Sn IS'M Grove's Taste- loss Chill Tonic. . ; ill drugstores. •Buy the large sho as it gives you much more for you* money. on ihc Mississippi's Largest — Finest — Newest Ai.l.-STKEl, EXCURSION STEAMER FRI. SEPT. 15 Sacred Heart Young Men'i CM P. t. O- Siltcrfiecd tr Air,em;n Legion MOONLIGHT EXCURSION Enjoy in e Ihis vening of fun and romance on Itic tiicr. splendid, pilatijl j| cam ei Itial people come liom coast la coast to sec. Djnce lo '"* smj ' ! i nil bjnd of the icjson. nis TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,-l'J39 Numbers With Isham Jones Orchestra It \vas a big niglit al the Hotel Claridge in Memphis last night fcr Mi&s Jean Bourland, daughter of Mrs. John ISourland, who was asked lo sing with ishixm Jones and his orchestra now playing an engagement there. Miss Bourland sang "rf I Didn't Care" nnd f:r her encores, she used "Well All Right" and "St. Louis nines". In'the party with Miss Bourland were Miss Betty Brooks Isaacs, Harold nosenthal and Lloyd Flor- inan. Owner Walclies Car Thief POHTERV1LLE, Dal. (UP)—Anlon Koiida, liotel manager, had the intcirattng experience of watching a thief steal his new V-8 sedan from under Ills eyes. Konda saw a man enter the car, parked just in front of his hole), and drive off. He thought it was his younger brother. • Dr. M. L. Skaller • ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OP HIS NEW CLINIC ON THE 2nd Floor of' The 1st, Natl. Bank Bhlg. Masons Will Meet On Wednesday Night Chickasawba Lodge 134 will meet by special call for purpose'of conferring Fellowcraft in the Lodge Hall Wednesday night at' 1:30 o'clock. Visiting Masons are Invited to attend, Neill Reed, Worshipful Master, said when he made the announcement. Refreshments will be served. ' Courier N*^ws> want acis. iHtTERY HEADACHE r Don't (TO throush the day with i I 'naneover" headache that racks nem_ nrl lilndera business. Take CapivHne. I ate hrjwnuicfdy head clears* ner VPS are I almed, pcji returns. Get dose of Cspi> I [ <l<n*alfQuiUains,orln50aand60gboUlM. I CAPUDINE / '¥' ,{* & N <sl TlCKWHM! I GOT " \ off •PRIOR TO 193} n this KROGER MAJESTIC MOKELESS FRY PAN $1.09 GET ALL THESE PIECES AT OUR LOW CARD PRICE 2-QT., 3-QT. . 4-QT. COVERED V J SAUCEPAN 6-QT. DUTCH OVEN IO-QT. KETTLE OVEN 8-CUP COFFEE MAKER I5-1NCH OVAL ROASTER SEE ALL PIECES ON DISPLAY ONLY AT KROGER STORES NOW ONLY Wat 5.95 at former home demonstration. 1 tvmt CAKU 101/2-INCH SIZE! 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