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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO BLYTHEY1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER N1SWH • COURIER NEWS COMFUMENTARV .TICKET This Ticket Will Admit It. L. Harp & Companion Hljthevillc —to the— RITZ THEATEB Sleekly Smart Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrt. Ivy \V Crawford entertaining Double Four Bridge' club Club 28 having dance at Wcmnn's club, iiln? o'cloct Altai society, phurch of the Immaculate Conception sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock, Cnlliolic Hall. Mis G A George, of Liixoia; entertaining prospenty club nt 2 30 o'clock. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Elmwocd Cemetery nssoclnlion meeting Kith Mis. >JeiU Rccd 2 JO o'clock'. Airs. W. B. Aclon anci Mrs. Marshall et;tcr(amnig Dorcas Sunday tchool class, First Baptist church, 2 30 o'clock, at chmch Have' Royal Service I'rogram ^ Rosal Service, progi aw on "Enlistment anci Personal Sen Ice" v as Ervcii at the meeting of the Business Girl's Circle of the Fust Baptist cliu,r'cVi last night'v,hen Mrs Jolm Tyrone, entertaine'd at the liome of her ir^ther/Mis. E M v Ea\on ' , pr.'Ediia Nies presided, over the brief business se-^loii \\hicli pre teded the prcgram Miss Loiilizzla Thompson talked on 'The Great Commission uud Enlistment' which MBS followed bj n discussion of "Three Women" by Mrs Tyione aiic} "\V V 0 Enlistment Plans'" by Miss Pcail Lee The meeting was closed \yllh a talk by Mrs William Beriyman oil "Obeying the Great Commission Through Personal Sen Ice" Refieshments weie sened dui- mg the social hour lo ten members and l\^o \isitois, Mrs, Eaton and Miss, Thompson caracul, 'SlwgMij; a comeback right' now.'is'cul on soft. flaUeriiK!, dressmaker tint's to ., ~'s nuke (his feminine coal. The arc important fashion features of Ihe lull and wittier seasons ahead. Born. A daughter was bora lo Mr and Mrs. George R Allen Sunday at 1245 o'clock The Iraln, who weighed seven aiid one lulf pounds,, h.is been named Mary Emma Mrs Allen ;s the forniei Miss, Nelle I'lnkston or Holland, Mo t > t JUs b(aR I'alt). Ten fi tends of cia.ude F Scoi;- gui were entertained at n sta parly nt, jhe Rustic Inn last nighi by Mr Ecoggin pr,ioi to Ills inai- riage to Miss' Anita Stiacke Salin day. A slcak iuppei was smed <\l> eiglvt ocloUx Latei, the men ine- senled Mr Scogcni \vith a glfl t * * Honor Miss Slrackc Will Bridge Luncheon Miss Anila 'Slra'cke. bnde-elecl of Cla,ude F Scoggm Jr, was fcmphmenled with a bridge lunch- con given jcsterday afternoon ftt the Rustic Inn by Miss Mnurluc Branson, Miss Milflrd Lou Hubl>aid and Miss Jane Branson The guest : 'of honor, who' is tlie daughter of Mrs. Louise Stracke, v ill become Hie bride of Mr Scog T gin in a 'simple wedding io take pla.ce galurday morning ,it. the home o'f the'Rev J J Thompson, pastor. : of:.'the Church of the maculate Conception. A two-.course luncheon of a chicken sa!a.d plate followed by cherry pie was served the 12 party giiesls who plajed bridge later High score prize, hosiery, went lo MJSS Virginia iytarlui, daughtei 6 Dr and Mr§ S P Martin The entertaining room was deco rated with bowls of pink and blue .asters. The hostesses pre- sniled Miss Stracke with a picci of silver. liatlidars Make Plans For Sept. 2Dth Dance. Plans lor a dance to be (jivei in collaboration with the Missis sippl County-Fair association Fri day,~ Sepl 2DUi were discussed at A business and social mectli.ii; o the Bachelors club Monday night in the Rose rporn of the Hotel Ncble Principal speakers on the pro gram were J. Well Brooks, wlv discussed tile fair which will V the Inst week in September, ant Joe. Dlldy, high school coach. \vho discussed .the prospects of this year's football learn. Rouse-Harp was. named chairman oJ a committee to work on the etence which will honor members of the Pine Bluff and Blyihe- ville football learns, as the dano: will fo'loi tlie Pme Bluff-Bis lh.)- ville game Jerry Hani ell and 'p. C.,'Meyer are members of the committee. ^ * « * Alt ; Members ,Ml<rnd Club Parly Ycstcriiai .All trie members "of the 'l-ueiday Contract club attended the party Bits of Newf Mostly Personal* given at Uie home of Mrs, John 1 nelninlllcr yesterday afternoon. Marigolds and «napdriigons decorated the house.' Refreshments vcre served at (he conclusion ol he games in which Mrs. B.' F. Potter wns-higli scorer'mid Mrs. Reinuiilta, second high. 'Chickasuw' Wins Critics' -Praise ' For Improvement 1 "The Chickasaw," .local high school publication, received secant) honors In the International 1935 Ciitical Service foi high scliool journalism spciisored by the Medill School of Journalism nt Nortli- H'cslern University at. Evanston. Miss Irene Morgan, faculty advisor for the paper, was noUllcd o; the honor In a letter \\'ilh which ;i\crp enclosed criticisms of 'the paper. Especially complimented were the coverage, advertising policy, ihcoslng and placing of lead stories judgment of news value, basic \yril- inE; principles, 'maintenance of bni- auce, mid intelligent writing of editorial subjects. Summing up the criticisms was this paragraph: "The Chickasaw I two short years lias made biilcndl progress. Coverage is good, advertising" p:licy excellent mid efficiently executed. The make up needs addition of lite and variety. AHo- ucthcr a paper which will shortly be in the foremost ranks of the high school press." Out of a prsstblc 1000 points, tiic local paper received 755 points. The C/il icnl 'Senlet is conducted in connection with (in. Quill and Scroll, international honor society, which Is nlso under' the auspices of the Medill scliool. Harold llosciUhal was cdllcr and Miiis Molly "Guard, business ny.inn- 8Ci':oI the paper lust year. Others on" the slaffA^ycro'Mlss Marjorje Mays, assistaiii editor, Miss Euila {Jrawfprd and Jerry Cohen, feature'' editors'; ' lliwa'nl' Frisby, sports editor; Miss Betty Mrs. A. P. Burks of Promised ami, accoftipanlcd her brother, L, K. Ashley,'to Senatobla; 1 Miss.l Monday. He will attend Northwest Mississippi Agricultural JJigii'sciiosi there this year, Robert Jonlz will leave Friday f,or Richmond,' Va.. lyhere' he is a student at the University of Richmond. Miss Elfeabeth Blythe aii^J Miss Eunice Drogdon have returned from a tin weeks' vacation spent in '1'exns and Louisiana. They silent mast of (he 'time ' at Ipngvlcw, Tex., as the s«esls of Mr. and'Mrs!' Herbert Hughes, .who formerly lived here. They. also, spent two dil'y's with friends hi Elizabeth,' La'. Miss K'ndiryn Or ear ' returned fcstcrday altchiODU from Nc.w York City where she spent two ,-ceks. She relumed \yltl.i Mr. nrsd Mrs. Charles G.' Morchcnd 'ivhoih she joined in Now York. They lia'd )ecn in camps In North 'carolit'ia or the slimmer. They stopped here 'or n brief visit with friciids bc- ore golny'on to Forrest 'City for V visit with' Mrs. Moreh'ea.d's parents, Mr. aiid Mrs. Lloyd'. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. I, R:senthal and Dr. and Mrs. Maja L. Skaller will cside in the Itasson home at lit Enst Davis, They wilt "'probably iiovc tlicre about ihe '15th 'of the nouth. i\rr. and Mrs. Teddy 'While, of Little Rock, are U\c Buests of 'Mr. uid Mrs. n.ussel\ Civiiipbeil.. They stopped here as 'they were eh route home after a vacation in. Hie East. Mr. and Mrs. TV I/Seay'are cx- pected to. return Saturday from Detroit whpi-e they wtiit "for ihe showing of Ihc 19,^0 c'liryslers. En route tlicre, they stopped ii'i St. Louis for n visit with friends. .Miss Virginia Lislon '• and Miss Marian. Steiiiac went to Jonesboro 3»ndny. They' a.c'e jtudeuU svt tlie Holy Angels' Academy^ 'Simon Joseph '• p'f • Ozark, Ark., ipciit tlie wcekenci here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Joseph. Mrs. Bob Chiles. ai\d son, Bgbby, who have 'been" visiting' In'Osccblfi t _ 7 editor; Miss Mnry D. Fltzgcralil,' bookkeeper. lii' nddlUon to this staff, morp'lhnn 40 students pnrticipalctl In the work of the iia(ier by Bathcfing news, spliciUiig advertising,' hcip'tiiB with the clr- ciilatiou or by "writing. Besides Miss Morgan, olher (acuity ndvisors, were C. O. McKcc who was In charge of (he circvda- lioii nnd Miss Cecil Cnssidy wlio supcrvlseil the bookkeeping. Original members".of- UID Quill and Scroll chapter uhlcli was secured here two years ngo were Miss \ylnlfrcd Crawford, Miss Ncdrn Bprryniaii and Miss P«t Wcod. Mpiiiberst during the past year Increased to seven. They were Mr. Roscntlial, Mr. Colieii, Miss Eugenia. Crawford, Miss Fitzgerald, Miss Mays, Miss Dugan mid Miss 'Guard, Dr. M. L Skaller ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OP HIS NEW CLINIC ON THE 2nd Floor of The 1st: Nat!. Bank B.UIg. Attention Parents MISS KATH^XN GREAR Announces the opening of her Piano Studio, Mortday, September llth Telephone 865-W ' ' TIME TO HA'VE THEIR EYES Examined - Ccrrcc(;il)lc cvc jiilnipnlri arc common anio.Kg childreti of scKuni ygc '. . . glasses can lie ground lhat \vill correct , . . and with time cure them! l.,cl J. L. Guard examine your children's eyes before (hey go back to s.chool, it's free!" . L-.Guard, Spiometrist Office ' GUARD'S JE\VBLKY STOR13 aiid Kclscr over Uie weekend returned l^cinc last night. Mrs. S. H. Aps and dnujlitcr, Dorothy, and son, Stanley, 'will 'return 'tonight Ironi Mankato, Minn, where they have visited for a week. They .witty Mr. APS will reside i(i Hie liousc at I10Q Chlekasnwba avenue which Is owned by Mr. and Mrs, Samuel P. Nor'rls. Mr. mid Mrs. Herman 1'cck and son of Ev»ns\;llle, ind., are spending this week liecc with Mr. Peak's jnollwr. Mrs. \Yilllam Bartlett, and lamily. Mr. and Mrs. William A" Brun- tpn and Miss Thyrza Branton, of Avon, Miss., reliirned hcme yesterday aflcr havliiff spent (he iviickond here with Mrs, Hi-union's daiiglilcr, Mrs, n. y. B,- ogc j on Jt and Mr. Brogdon. Mr. and Mrs. Wilton n. Zcdlcr, who (ravel in points of Scutli Carolina In connection with Mr. Zcd- ler's work, spent' the weekend licre \vilh Mrs. Zcdlcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Stacy. Mrs. Zcdier is (ho former Miss Rose Slaty. Mr. and Mrs'. W. M. Willie n»d son, Bill, cf Corpus Christ!. Tex.. )eit Ihls morning for poinls o{ lMlssipp! after having been the uests of Dr. and Mr's.'E. V. Hill and daughter, Betty Jean, since Sunday. Mr. WliHc is a nephew of Mrs. Hill. J. T. Sudbmy, Harold Suclbury and W. K. Francis were in Mein- pliis Monday night for the ;Gcn'c Anslin siicw thcri;. Tiiey went down especially ^o sec several members of the Austin orchestra with' whom tliey attended the University of Alabiiina. 'Cliarlcs Martin letl Saturday far Subiaco where lie attends Sublaco school. He had spent (he summer vacatUn here. ' Miss, Ellen Jensen To Speak At Rur?(l Churches Miss Ellen Jensen, a deaconess and rural worker who came here from Scarrelt college at Nashville, Term., will fill Uie pulpll at the Yarbro Methodist church Sunday morning and nt the Promised Land Methodist, church 'Sunday night in the absence of Ihc pastor, the Rev. A. W. Harris. Tlie Rev. Mr. Harris opens an evangelistic meeting tonight lit To- mftlo. It will, continue for ten days. Miss Jensen, \vlit) is sponsored by the Woman's Missionary society of (lie North Arkansas Conference, will spend two months in this district before going 'to Parugould. for the next eight months. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER ' G, FLAPPER FANNY "Night Must Fall" Tryouts Scheduled Tryotits for "Night Musi Putt," first production- of the Uttle Tlie- Htcr schedulcil for this season, will be held tomorrow night, eight o'clock, at the city hall. Mrs. Charles Cohcon, of Holland, who directed "Sparkin' " during the first season of the Players will return to direct this show. : Members of the casting corm«il- tce arc Mrs, U I.;. Hubcner, chairman, Miss' Mildred Moore, Miss Thclma \yciiliington, W.' K. I'raii- cis atici the direcioi'. Cr«» r Shooting Profitable DOVER, Mass. (UP) — Sharp- slicotlng eitlKcns could earn moiify hero froiii 1789 to 184( by limiting crows, old town records uiicov- • ered by the WPA historical records I survey allow the bounty en each I croiv ranged from 6d. (about 12 cents in the early years to 20 cents in 1798, I . . " r , . . . . : —— ' " I 'Oh, four lumps, I guess. This'H be my lust spree before sehgoi starts." ••-.-•-•To Hold Baptismal Services For Churches Baptismal services' for the First Church of the Nnzarhnc of this City and the Ekron Church of the Nazarenc will be conducted al the Arniorcl Lake Sunday, afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, it was announced today by the Rev. Euplva p. Beaslcy, liastor of the local group. The Rev. Harold Thompson, pastor cf the Ekron church, will assist (he Rev. Mrs. Beasley uilh the service. play several musical numbers on the" program. .Read Courier News Want Ads. Townsend Club To Meet At Courthouse The ToH-mcnd club No. One will meet tonight at the county court house at 7:30 o'clock. Officers cf the group have invite<l Uie piiblic (o attend. The Hot Shot Hoosier Band will At The Hospital* BlytheviUc hospital Huby Kelly, Ba'rfic!d,'ad]inittcd. James Martin,' city, adm'iltedV Byars Secoy, city, dismissed. Memphis Bap list hospital Mrs. Bryan Heard, Elowaji, admitted. Richard Walkins, Steele, ad- m.J.ttMl." Bern to Mr. aiid Mrs. Austin Moore. Oscraia, a daughter. Memphis Methodist hospital John Armstrong, Steele, aU- milled. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. J. H Rhodes, Steele, a son. Read C'.urier News «ant ads. WHAT <;AU§E§ EPILEPSY? IS THERE A CURE? lel coi\l.in!ni Ik. opinion. «r doclori on lhi« lnl«r»tin ( <ub- jecl will bt »nl KREE, wkllc tkly (.it. l« «J,?r wrtltnr (• |ji c Eduollon.l SJ5 fitlk Ar«n««. Nt* York, ' Everything for your tainmeiit and comfort. An Ohio to.wn is painting its fire plugs in the local' school colors. Now the kids can, just borrow the comer .hydrant to use in lieu of banners at the big game. I! llllITIU anil Coleman Oil HEATERS This Colcnian is a 2-in-l Heater that gives you double comlort. When the Hcal-Refleclor Doors are open, heal is retlcctctl into a focused comfort zone. Tin's radiant, penetrating hcgt can be directed, up lo a distance of about IS feet. Fine for. warming up quickly on cold mornings. When the doors arc closcel, enormous volumes of fresh, healthful warm air flood the room. The warm air flow is 35% greater than tliat of former Coleman Heaters. The' new large mode\ has an air flow of 22,000 cubic feet per hour—enough-heating capacity to warm and circulate three times every hour the air in five average-size- rooms. Cole-man heated homes are healthfully heated homes. You get uniform temperature from floor to ceiling.. There are no harmful, stagnant layers of dead air. The air is kept fresh and healthfully warm. Fuel costs arc surprisingly low. C of fie In and Sec This 2- Way Healer I I LEMONS Wijtcb Society Pt|« Of Courier New» Fw Free Show Guest* Weds. - Thurs. Also Paramount 'News $ Comedy Admission Malinee lOc & ZSp Nilit 16c & 3Cc .. . " Friday Onp § $ $ S $ $ 5 5 260 Good Reasons and also 51) GOOD Why You, Should A t tt? n (i or ANGELS WflSH THEIR FACES ANN SHERIDAN and The'DEAD END'KIDS Bluet*) by RAY ENRiaEIT Pteienteti by : WKRNtR BRQS. 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