The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1938 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 6, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKXT This Ticket Will AdBtt Arcn IFaudy &--'C<B>p»nlon luxoVn', Route 1 —to Ute— KITZ THEATER "HEART OF ARIZONA" Social Calendar SATURDAZ'S EVENTS Children of Confederacy meeting : -with, Mrs. James B. Carfc for picnic Juncli end program at, 11:00 o'clock. Has Last ' Club Part/ Tne final paitv of Ihe Double Deck Bridge ellib before disbanding, because of-.iUness nmonj the, members,. \va3-given yesterday alternoon by Airs <!, F lu-'kor it he." licme. A spiliy scheme ivas carried out, in-the pMty'dccsrations of colorful spring tallies.and 'numerous bouquets of roges. Kctrcsiiuienta were served following .the gamps in irhlcli Mrs. Mar- v!n;Nuiui was high: and Mrs. James HiU, scccnd'hlgh. » * * Is Hostess to Club Mrs. Ross D. Hughes was hostess to members of the Thursday Luncheon club when lliey met for their weekly bridge luncheon yesterday. Following lunch, which was served at the dining table centered with a sprinj bouquet- of mixed fibwers, bridge v,as played. In these games, Mrs. R. r. Kirshncr was hign and Mi's. Russell Phillips, second high. All Members Attend I'arty All club members attended the party-given yesterday by Mrs. A. T. Cloar who entertained the Timrs- day Afternoon club. Roses, daisies. s\nd other sprUig flowers decoi'al&l the living room where toidge was played. Following the games) In wh'ich \fra. C. W. Garrlgan was presented a white leather wastebasket for high score prize, the hostess 'served n itesscrl. course. • . • Has Club Tarty . •Roses and peonies decorated Ihe home of Airs. Edgar Borum yesterday when she entertained with a party which was attended by nil the members of the Thursday Contract Clllb; • -' Mrs. G. E; Keek received a double deck of cards for high score in (lie at the conclusion of which, a salad plate was served. .. ; " - » . . t -* Ptays Cards With Mid-Week Bridge Club '•: Mrs. Dudley W. Denton, who was bsfoie her marriage Sunday MJss -' Er.inccs Biiriis, o( St. Louis nnd Flint, Mich., played, cards with members of the Mid-Week Bridge club yesterday when they were entertained at the home of Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. . :1he three course lunch was sci-vcd nt the dining table which was decorated with,an arrangement of blue cornflowers and radiance roses. Bouquets of other types of roses were used throughout (lie house. - In the bridge Raines, Mrs. J. Lotus Cherry received high score prize, and Mrs. Denton was also presentsd a gift. AdditionafAffa]? Flinncd For Gnesls Mrs. Edgar }3orum will entertain tomorrow night with an Informal supper party In honor of the seven girls from Llndcnwood college. SL. Charles. Mo., who arrived this nttemmn to be the week end guests of Miss Rose Stacy, daughter of Mr. and Mi's E A. Stacy and Miss Elizabeth Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Sirs Clarence H. Wilson, wbo are also students at the college. Seniors and.Mothtra Will Be Ca-nnlimentecl Members of. ; fhe gr.idmitjiij; clas. of lhc city high school, their molli ers nu.1 members' of the facull' arc to be guests of Mr. and Mrs O. W- McCutclien for theater par tics at. thu Rlia tttater Sunday and Monday afternoon nnrl night, when the 'graduates and their motfters will be honored guests because of Mother's Day. The K seniors and their mothers may-attend 1 lhc shovr at. any ol the Saw performances, (he invitation said. Mr. nnd Mrs. McCuLchen eht«r- FLAPPER FANNY Bits of News Mostly Steele-Cooter Society—Personal FRIDAY, WAY 0, J«J38 "Did I get stung! Swapped tsvo agates an 1 a whistle for this book of 'hot telephone numbers'. . . an' they turn out to be the f (rehouse an' the gas company." 1 Miss Bess Hall and Mr. and Mrs. I A. G. Hall. Roses were used In the (lining oom of the house and also in the Ivlng room where Ihe guests "vis- ted" with each other before Mrs. Bcnle. Mrs. Rayburn and Mrs. Litle retmusd to Memphis. iicok Club Kntcrlalneil The Thursday Rook club was cu- orlnlned yesterday by Mrs. T. J. Jiowder, who also had n.s her ;ucsts, Mrs. Sam Tnnkerslcy, Mrs. jco Armstrong, and Mrs. J. II. Binni't. Bonriuels of i;ai\1en Mowers were iriangcd arounil Ihe room where lit- gnmes were I'lnycd. In the ate afternoon, the hostHss served H dessert course of ice cream and cake to .tho guests. lain with a li'idjc party at licr licme in her honor. She will be the dinner giiesl fo Mr. nml Mrs. Samuel I*. Norrls lumorrow night. 3hc will return to her home either or Tuesday. Daughter Horn • A daughter ivns l-oni to .Mr. nn:l Mry. Marvin Davis Thmsday morn- Ins nt the Davis home on North Second street. The baby, who weighed eight pounds, linr. been named Shirley Vance. Mrs. T. if. plemmons, of Charlet te. N. c.. will arrive In Ihc morn- Ing for a visit wllli her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Affllck, and family. Mrs. W, S: Langdon was called tc conway. Ark., loday by Ihe Illness of her grnml daughter, Mra. [jyton Norsworlhy, who was foi 1 - merly Miss Martha Reynolds. Mrs. Langdcn was accompanied by llcn- ly Warner, who is lo visit relatives there. Mrs. nopliic Miirshcll, of Ostcolii, was Hie uiiesl yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. W. Owen Blue. A. O. Little and his stepfather. C. J. Evriu'd, left yesterday to visit purls of Southern Indiana where they lived a number of years ago. Tiicy iilnu lo return next week. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. P. Johnson returned last night from Oklahoma Clly. aemlnolc and other points ol the western :i(atc where (hey spent the past week. | G. G. Daniel left by motor Wednesday for n ten day vacation. 10 be spent in Houston and other points of Texas. Mrs. Don Smith, of SI. Louis, arrived yrMcrdny for a visit with her parenls, Judge and Mrs. G. E. Keck. Among Ihe Blylhcville people who attended the boat dance al Osecola last night were. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wctenkainp, Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Crawford. Miss Jenny Wren Dil- Inhmily, Miss Cccile Liiton. Miss Sara Jo Little. Miss Roberta Cloyse, Miss Mary Prances Oeui'in. Miss Doris McClice, Miss Margaret Jnnc Aclon. Miss Anita Fayc Beck, Don Pettlt, Farris McCnlln, James Terry, Preslon Ramcy, Van Ellialt George Cross, jr., Jim Craflon Blnn Heath, George Greer, Havolcl Nathan Rosenlhal, Hubert Reedci 1 M. F. Brownlec. .HisiiotiHry Suckly t'nlcrlaiiifil Mrs. Sam Ilnmrn was hostess lo 19 niembei's of the Missionary society at her home Monday alter- noon. The meeting was In charge of Mrs. M. A, Masscy and after n fliort program a business meeting was held and plans made lor serving Ihe Rotary clntj next week. They will meet next week with Ben Bailey Marries Camthersvillu Girl 'flic marriage of Miss Mary Blanche Mick of Carutheiiville and Ilcn Bailey of Holland, was uolem- nlzp.1 at a ceremony performed last night at Ihe lioiin> of (be l!cv. A. O. Shcarrer of Carullu'rsville. •J'he bride Is (he diuiglUer of Mrs Myillc Mick of Canithcrsvillc where the is well known. She formerly attended Blytheville higli school Mrs. E. E. Benloii. member of (eain. Air. and Mrs. 1. Al. Greet' an-1 j daughlers, Laura nnd Louise, and .son. Irvln, of Ilarrlsburgh, Ark., u'Ci'c dliincr guc.sts o( A'l's. H. A. Hpcnce Siuidny. Mrs. Cl .G. McGaliii has returned to her home in "Hot Springs alter a visit here with her sister, Mrs. 11. B. Spcncc. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Little spent last week end in Memphis as i;uesl t , m , li;c S i lt i 0 , of Mrs, Little's sister. " ' Mrs. J. B. Herein of Memphis and Miss Grace Maxwell of Osccola were visiting relatives and friends here Sunday. Mrs. I'Vcd Kclley. Mrs. Prox Bcvern, Mrs. Shirley Smlt'u and Mrs. II. B. Sixmcc atlenctcd HII American Legion imiiquct in Car- ilhcroville Monday lilght. Miss Jerry Miles is spending Mils veek at Jlayll will! her grandmother Mrs. Bailie Hauls. Mrs. J. H. Workman attended it- party In i'.flemoon. She was accompanied | Mr. Bailey IB (lie son of Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Bailey ol Holland. He Is a eradualo of Gulf Coast Military Academy of Oulfport, Miss., where i lie was a star alhlete. having been Ihe academy's I»;JG He graduated (hoi a >ear a?,o an;l later atlcnded Cape Ciirardcau leather's Colleje al Cape Oirjii'deaii. Afo. l-'or the wedding (he roiijdc »'crc accomiianied by w, C. Chapman. '! (IB couple will make Hicir home at Holland where Mr, Bailey associated with his father in lhc i and cafe business. taln . mtrettis jeir. r>I Oie class wch . T. A. »m I'rnjrauv Gene Bradley spoke- on "Ciiild Labor Laws" at the meeting of lie Sudbury Parent Teacher association Wednesday afternoon vhcu pre-school mothers. McClurkm. superintendent schools, Mrs. E. B. Woodsou. prcs- '.tlcnt of Central Parent Teaclier Jiscciatlcn, Mrs. Ed llnrclln, principal of LUIIUG school, and tcaoh- =rs of Ihe Lan§e school were spi'- cinl auests, Ollicers were also In- ilnllcd nt. Mils meeting. After Ihe president's -inossasc had beet: read by Mis. Netll liced ind "Liebrislraum" had been play- id by Uonnie Jean Roscrs, Mrs. \faiio;i Williams, relirins presl- lent. Installed Ihe following oftlcers: Mrs. Mnlt Monaghnn, pros- dent; Harold Schnee, vice president; Mrs. H. G. Parllow, secrc- avy; Rudolph Morris, treasurer; jfrs. H. T. Meek, historian. The committee chairmen for the year are: Mrs. G. T>. Hammock, jjublications; Mrs. .). ,\. cliapm. publicity; Mrc. Charley Perry and :.Irs. Sylvester, nuance; Mrs. Ma- .ion Williams. (Jro.icct; Mrs. ifar- vey McCull. ho,-pilr>lity; Mrs, O. i Qv.ellmaU. study; ^frs. ,1. A.I Saliba, welfare. For Iho first project under (he ue-.v administration, the president has begun the "mile of ncnnfes" project. A dessert plale w.i.; served dur- •iiff. the scctul hour wliicli fol- 1 ovvcd when thn |-.o£tessr.> W.M-OL Mrs. Ilorvey Morris, Mrs. U. 1'. i'addison. Mrs. George Crow nnd Mrs. J. A. Saliba. Mrs. Seal (o Be Eniertaincil Mrs. T. G. SDal, lonnnly v' horr rived last night lo be tiic hou'se- "5«cst, cf Mrs. GeralUlne Malthnvs Greene, will lit- entertained informally by a number of her friends rt'jrin;; her brief visit i,eie. Today, slie was a guest al a oridge luncheon given by ^!rs. c. she will Drivcr Grove rvezws Mrs. Muc Stevens is vibllinrj her sister. Mrs. Gladys Skelton this «'«•••;. M.irlin liaKen and family spent hust Sunday with Charlie Springer. An Invilatlori has lieen extended to the |)ulillc !o atted (lie all day services and a picnic lunch to be held lit Driver Grove Sunday. Troy Blghtnn and family, of Half Moon, visileil Mrs. Efllc Bigham lost, suntlny. ROXY Admission always ICc \ 2Gc • Matinees Sat. & Sunday Night shows—Bnv Oftitn Open 7:00 P.m. Slums start 1:15 p.m. Friday - Saturday Scout News Boys Girl: en Mrs. Bunt li linickin. of Ulytlic- vllle, Wednesday. Mary Elm l?oy. of 'lyler. is vnll- nig 1 'if' 1 grandparents, Mr. and Mr filed Pccry tills week. Recce School News At' Ihe Hospitals •Mrs. Gene Sykes, who reecntly underwent :i jiiajor operation at, tiic lilyilii'vlllc' hospital, was removed lo her liomc yesterday In a Oobb .iiiiljulaiii'e. Mrs. S. 'J'. Byrd was removed '•f, Campooil. Hull Wilson. Jal;c' lioin the Hlythevlllc hospital to her y. Hob JIvNell and Cinlton hciiin ycMenla) 1 in a Holl aiiibu- •i'. inciu'iers of Ihe eighth made lance. Biarttmtliig class of Recce srliool,! j.,,, s .. w . A . nickersliiff was re- ucre guests ol honor at a column-1 mO vc"l nily supper Wednesday night. Games pri-ccrtcx! (lie dinner which was .served al a table decorated wilh .spring flowers. This affair was follc.veii on Tliurs- dny ni«ht l>y the ijradualion pra- 6 ram in which Ihe fittwlcnts we're tiimt (lie Walls hospital to her home yesterday in a Holt am- l.uliuic-t'. ClarciK'O Harry, of Canitliervllle, is a i MI lent at St. Joseph's hospital, Memphis, Mr:;. C. ''•. Danelmwer. of Lusorj, linn boon adinitlcd to the Mcinphi'; Five sliidents in ihc I'.m'o ncii-wl U: \". tlst 1 , lu ;)? it: ,"' 1 , had perfect, a tic-ml mice records Itir , ' ''• '' ' olk ' "' Kl *«', i;; :i Ibe entire }far. 'J'liey «-<>iv.- Rulj.v i ' 1CIU iU llur RIcl »l'l'ls Baptist Jeiiu cnlvrrl, .second grade; I'.uil < llo f^ : -' Ciann. liltli grade; Uoufdas Wilson, sixth (jratle; tilariy.s Calwrt, seventh presenled jr <li|)]oiii-i,. Trcop Gno of the Girl Scout:, mcl- wllh their troop leader. Mrs. Ru„ .. ... ,„ , 'to'P'n Morris, at ;i:oo o'clock Tucs- Uaruthersvlllc ruesciay , )ay at . U ic Siidbury school The 37 memuere present (fcciiss- liibr Upheld fur Balii SACRAMENTO. Cat. (UP) — Attorney General U. S. Webb • hat ruled Hint every baby in California is entitled to a bib. The ruling w-.^ the result, of an effort by the state director of agriculture lo prevent a rnilk concern from giving every new born baby a bib, alleging it constituted ndvorllsing and Mierr- fore a violation of the slate milk mode', Webb upheld the babies bibs. ' lo G'aruthersville by Mrs. H. A. ypcuc'e. Mr. and Mrs. Abucr Ashcrall were visitors in Canithcrsvillc Tuesday. Mr. aud Mrs. A. H. Becliham aud daughter. Miss Louise, Mr. and) Mrs. Abie Rutihhif! and Mrs. L. L. Rushing, spent Tuesday in Mem-1 phis. Mrs. A. B. Rhodes ot Cnrulhcru- ] ville was visiting friends here Mon-i day'iiiglil. J Quite a few children in Cooler liave wiiooping cough, among Ihcm are Mary Anna McCaiui. Maxine White ami Norma Lee Wngstev. Mrs. Burrtjlug luis returned to her liomc in 'Bnk'ersrillc after :rcv- cral days visit here with- Mrs. c. V. Howard, Mrs. G. \V. Cook nnd Mrs. H. A. Spcncc. iiliss Dorothy Harris spent Monday in Kennett with friends. ed the earnings of different badges niicl (he passing of (lie second class lest as a means cf discovering What, they will work on next. The meeting of the Boy Leaders' Training caursc, scliedulcd for tonight, has been postpone:! until next Wednesday nlglit. UlUfnidH Tiie call notes of tlic enssowary can be heard two miles. TOO LATE TO Cl.A.SSIFV v-iirl Mcn-.oti :ui:l Cary Stewart returned home .Saturday after SL brief visit- in -Little Ro;k and Shrcvcpori. 'La. Mrs. R. L. Adkisson. Mrs. V. T. Neelcy aud Mrs. George I'erry visit - erf Mrs. Tom Natice nnd Mrs. Smith Bracken in Blytlieviile Tuesday. R. L- Peery is ill at her home this week. Mrs. Fannie Copcland, of Cooler, accompanied by Mrs. Pearl Hensen anri jii- s . Johnnie Webb called 3idde; Hurl Wilson, dgluli grailc. Pecan Grow News i — i Mr. and Mr:;. Lnn.on uriimp oi' Blythevillo an; upending a lew days here visiliiis Mrs. Crump's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rotem-wi. Albert Sanders spent the wcok- ciid in Rlvlhci-fllc vlsillnj. relative:;. Th« tiidies Missionary 'liaiiil «•)!! meet ill the home of Mrs, Min-y Monday afternoon. Tliis group is piecin'j quilt ( 0 , )3 al)ll (liiilts. Tiic proceed:; arc used for liomc nitoioiuiry and foreign mis- j stonary work. "Ihe toj).-; will sell lor $1.00 and the c[tiiHr, for 54.00 apiece. The Itcv. James Anderson, ot Kcilgci'i;, Ark., U visiting friends here for a lew days. He and his family plan to move here. Mrs. Ethel Wilson had as her sucsl over (he weekend her mother, M) 1 . 1 *. ilnintn. of rtrmowl. .lames Brown, v.-lio hasi been <|iiitc> ill from pneumonia, is now able 10 be up. .Icssc Owens Aids "V" CL 1SVEL-A.\'D (UPi-^letiic O.vnis the "world 1 ;; fastest human" helped Hi? Cleveland Y.M.C.A. (!cl efl Id 11 fast slnrl by plcdsiii'; .-.uppart | O il'j Fonvanl Movement campai'jn drslsned to inr-c-ase tiie I'adliUeo cf the Iccnl oi'^aiiizaiioii. Out Our,' New JMauslicld Goud.vcai- Kiiosldnc '10 All TircH (iitariimml Arian Aulo Parts 128 I-:. Main I'lionr l~r, Everything for your enter t!tin.m<:nt and comfort. Aillilksion Slalincc Jdc ,t ZBo Atlniission NiKht l(Jc ,t 3Cc FARM LOANS 1500 tnd Dp Arkansas and BIlsso'Tl Lowest rates—lowest eipcnsr Also city properties DON H. KASSERMAN Tliomas Lnnd Co. Office P. O. Box 470. Phone 52'!. Watch Society Page 0{ Courier News For Free Show Guests Members of sfaduatii'.ji' class of tliu city high school, flieir moUicrs and memhcrs nf tho j faculty arc invited ;ts spi'i-i;i[ : !;»o.s!.s for ftlodicr's Oiiy IKii'l.v to the Kit/ Iheater Sin\day or Monday—at or njgU(. I'cr t!rnl Nr.wly decorated furnished apui'l- ment. -.Utilities • .furnished. U15 South Division Strrel. B-pk-lS Glv« I.unciiciu T^rlj Mis U.--H. Hwchlns ciUcrta'.n- td eight of her frwitls at t, lunch- con Wednesday in honor of Mrs C W. Beale, of Memphis, and Mrs. Fluh Baybum and daughter, Mrs. lioy LitUe. of Athniji, Ca houw- jUcsbi ft Mis. H. G. A. Cimningliam. Tomurro;'. snc win ke the luncheon guc-it of Mr and Wr*. K. R. ,M-w~r.. f.>Hoain» which Mss. Emma liojrt-wm enter- Also I'nrloon A- .srrial don's Trip lo Mars." showing Saturday. Flash Gor- Continuous Sunday - Monday DON TCSSY MCOVtliKC W£U5 WatRI PAIGE A COLUMBIA PICTURf Cpmccly A- Fox News Two Children IClc 'l\vn Adulls 7.6; ECONOMY and SATISFACTION use Double Tested!'DoubleAction! BAKING POWDER Same Price Today asASYean'Ago 25 ounces for 254 Full Pack---No Slack Fillind ^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ _ O MILLIONS OF POUNDS HAVE BEEN USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT 25,000 Rolls of Wallpaper HOOMLOTS $1.09 up Most complete line of Paints »nd \Vallpaper Jn N. E. Arh. 1'ainf, BlylhcviHe WaBpapor S Spring IyiiO'«p INSUKKS Better Spring Driving equipment is nioiicrn . . . 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