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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 2, 1934
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Mfiinro WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS l^ns. Pat O'Bryant and Mrs. Clifford Joyner entertaining with bridge party at the J. T. Hood borne on JBarfleld road, 8 p. in,, for Miss Margaret Cross. Mrs. Byron Morse entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Contract clnl) nicotine with Mrs. G. G. Caudill. Thursday Night Brldse club nwMting with Mrs. Reiikcn Wetcn- kunp. .Annorel P. T. A. meeting at school. ."Mrs. J. H. Elklns entertaining Thursday Bridge club In spsclal copiRilnient to ;Mlss Margaret press. Varbro Meljiodist Women's missionary society meeting with Mrs. Ben Altlcen. The executive board of Hie Dorcas Sunday school class of the First Baptist church will have a meeting, 2:10 p.m., at church. Mrs. W. T. Oberst entertaining Thursday Rook club. 7:45 p.m. Kill Ca^e club meeting at Woman's club, 7 p.m. Dance at Country Club, 9 p.m. J*RIDAY;S EVENTS Women's Democratic club meeting at Hotel Noble, 10 a. m. Elmwood Cemetery Association meeting with Mrs. Whistle at Big Lake Mrs. Charles F. Wood having Ladies Bible class of First Methodist church meeting, 7:30 i>.m. SOT DAY'S EVENTS .Cross-Sejmyes wedding, 5 P. M., at home of Mrs. A. M. Butt. QJLO S OJ IP ^C^> M O) V O/ DAN THOMAS — GEORGE SCARBO Bit* oj Afafs Mcwtly Persppal THE COf-!EP!AU, f W FOR THOf EARS IDME.Y) YORK. Among those from this city who attended the boat dance at Car- nlhcrsvlHe, fAo., Monday evening were: Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradley and daughters, .Misses Beulah ^elle mil Burnelle, and Miss Mary Ellz- iteth Borum, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphrey and Mrs. Christine purr vis, Boland Fcatlwrfiton, w, M Sci iiggs. Joe and Louie Applebaum Paul Buckley, Miss Edna Ifii Phillips, Guy Briley, Jlmmie Wll Hams, J. J. Bryant, Marion Orgy and Sam Houston. Julian E. Belts attended to business In Memphis Tuesday. . j Mrs. J. W. WJiltworth. who underwent a slight operation Mon- ci»y at the Blythcville hospital, was taken home late yesterday. PROSPE CAHEEp.,70 BECOME A HCViE CHOUUS C«U-.' Born. Jir. and Mis. Ruel Coojici announce tlw birth of (i daugliter yesterday at the fiunlly home on Filth street. ' The baby._ who weighs ten and a half pounas, lias been named Mildred Ann. Before Jwr marriage Mrs. Cooper -was Miss ilildred Judd. Mid. Lucy Raines Rowc ol Mem phis, who lus been art lecturer at the Nineteenth Century Club lor the past so.ven years, was guest .tjwaker at tbe closing meet , rf the Osceolu ProgresEive Club yesterday afternoon, 'speaking on "Twenty Masterpieces at the World's Fair". 'Hie meeting was held at Glider Park, beginning with a picnic lunclieon ai ) o'clock with Mrs Godfrey Mrs. Chas. Hose Mrs. i.. D. Maescy and Mrs. Car! Franks as hostesses, and the pro- grani included a dance numtei by Miss Martha J»ne CarLwrlgh nnd the singing of negro spirituals by members of the "Jubllco Song sters", the Grider plantation negro choir. At a business session Mi-s. W. B. HUnnJsan. .Mis. O. T. Mclvln and Mrs. R. L. Niillling were elected to membership in the club :ind the following officers, elected recently for n two year term, were Installed: Mrs. A. W. Young, prcsi- deiil; Mrs. R. H. Jones, vice presi- A First Hand View by I'ii'sl Lad) . 3hc will have another (i.Hght op- idenl: Mrs. Godfrey White, rccord- eratlon next week. Yesterday shc'inff secretary; Mrs. W. J. Driver, had us her guests Mrs. John | Jr., corresponding secretary: Mrs. Fowler and' .Mrs. John Whltwor.lh, i G. B. Segraves, treasurer: Mrs. S. of Holt. Mrs. W. A. Grimmclt. Mrs. W. ISEOTKELTOM, AT THE A<56 Of DELIGHTED A BOfS. V1AR AUDIENCE IH SOUTH AFRICA 6YS1NGING- S. Langdon and t#rs. Alviu Hardy who spent the just three weeks on a motor trip to West Virginia, returned last night, except Mrs. who stopped in Memphis. They stopped at all -.places of interest, going one route and returning .another, and spent some : Miss Margaret Cross,. who js 'being given a series of parties this -week before her marriage to Mr. Edward Segraves, of Luxora, takes place Sunday, was gutst of honor it a bridge -party'given last evening by Mrs. Samuel'. P. Morris. .-.'• The 16 guests i played cards In a room decorated In a pink- and *hlU color motif .yith pink tulips, valley lilies, wsiella and --'spir«ji. Wedding ring 'lallies : '*ere'i \&Q and the refreshments .61 ' an lcc : course were kr'tlie — J--'->-'-'-•-- : Mrs. Wit ." score prize, bath powder, a double deck of cards went to -Mrs. Kroger for second high' ihd Miss- Cross was presented '.» vase. • .•'.'• The guests included Mrs. Spurgeon Patterton -of Birmingham, Ala., houseguesl of her mother, Mrs. W. T. .Oberst, and Mrs. Karl morning. 10 o'clock, at Hit Hotel' Noble, (or a business session and I a .talk by a visiting speaker who j hiis not yet been announced. I .Country Club To Mavr Dwicr. .. Rilpli Matthews and his orchestra, of Joncsboro, will piny for a dance- at. the country club Thursday, evening.>itH •'dancing . u '--'- laag . »t' nine -o'clock. It Is planed^to have, similar afJaJre: twice ;' fminthly throughout the'iUDimer,'montlis;, it has been announced. ';:;'>-"'•• . ;',»"• "•-'' "' ''The board oMhis Wo- Kroger ol Oklahoma Cily, Okla.., t houseguest of • her: .parents, '"•••' - c and Mrs. W. A. Black. .••* ! ' 1 •-•?': !-. Coaoly Luncheon Tuetday. i'«.;4U48lphaVy' unlon'j^m .the .t^JBaptlst .''church .euterlaincd Qtiiei 1 members of the group with a• .social"meeting Monday evening at.. Uie home of Mrs. Tom W. Jackson. ' .ftie 48 present enjoyed gunies and .the. .reading of a poem, .written by . Mrs. Theodore Logan, in " members of the group .A 'chicken '. sulad course served wjth iced tea. .&rty. All club women of 'Ml»iisl;ipl county, whether or not they are members of the county federation, are hmted to the'--luncheon next Tuesday at the Blythcville Wonuui's club. Proceeds from the 50 cents charged .will'go to the educational lund jrtiich is niaklng It possible for-a; young' girl to have a two year college education in preparing for her life's aim, to .become a teacher; .Exte.nsiye pUns .are being made. Lunch wjll be'_served at one o'clock •and lat;r there"will be bridge and root' games wilh attractive prizes lor each table.'' ' ' . Mrs. J. W. Adams is in charge ol the affair, assisted by Mrs. L. G. Byerley of Leach'ville, president ot tha county federation, Mrs. B..U Roach of Wilson, Mrs. R, C. Langston of Luxora, and Mrs. -L S Mitchell of Osceola. Included in those already making reservations arc a number ot oul- standing club women of the county. • • •" Has BrW|e P»rty. Mrs. c. C.- Wood was hostess to 12 guests last- evening fnr s bridge party. lircludcd In thosc present were Mrs. J. A. Wa'tcr- , man of Memphis, with Mrs. J. P. Lent!, and Mrs. Carl Mason of Joncsboro, with Mrs. F/cd Child. Spring blossoms decorated trie house In the bridge games Mrs. W H Glover received cards lor the first prize and the cut prize ' a baking dish, went to !Urs. Doyle Henderson.' A frozen salad was served with nut-bread sandwiches, cookies nnd coffee. • • • .Council GiTes Mrs. L. L. War* LncheoB. .Members .of-the Woman's council of *he First Christian church surprised Mrs. L. L. Ward with a luncheon -Monday at her home .Each took a dish. After lunch the. 21 present had a brief -mealing of Uie group. • * • Hn CMk ruiy. Mrs. W. D. Ghamhliti jr., entertained the Tuesday Contract club this week. The members pl»y«! cards Ui the living room *htcb w»s giy with .spring flow«I. The priae, lingerie, went to Mrs. J. Nk* TJ^e ixxtttt .stn-cd a salad plate with iced te«. Misses • Melts* Alexander and Ma,rie Mayo .will have a taoky party Thursday evening. 7:15 o'clock at. ihclr adjoining homes. Hayti Society — Personal time at Lookout Mountain mid X^voy we.c« acoom- by Mrs. GriimueU's mother, Mrs. Jaincs Kincaid, whom they visited, who will 5|>cnd the summer with Dr. and Mrs. Grlmmett. Mrs. Lan^don Mopped in Mcwphl* to kc with her daughter, Mis. C L. Smith, who Is .ill at the Isolation hospital. Miss Sue Dolcu has returned from Horseshoe Lake, Ark., where she spent the -past two weeks as the guest of Mis>s Ophelia Enochs. Mr. .and Mrs. Marvin Robinson have .moved .to the former c. J. MX. .and Mm. Charley Cooper •M • ttw • .lattcr's brother. Arthur Ashley, ! left Sunday by auto for Hot' Springs where thoy will jes. main for a month. ilrs. r.Johh Ganu and son, John. Jr., : »Bd ..Miss Lucy pal ton of .Los Angeles', 'Calif.,, irrlyed.iiwre S\ui- day jiyeftiiig and ,wlll'visit for two weeks' 'In : thc home -of Mr. and Mrs. E. -M. pill. Mrs. Gam is Mr. dill'* sister? "• . Lee Phillips has accepted a ,po- slUon .with the Lynch store at Br^gg- City as manager.." He w»s formerly-; employed . by the West Side'- Grocery. . ..- - : Walter,: JBcnson.' «< -.pyersburi?, Term., w^s ;here. Monday nnd Tiies- visltlng' with .frie'iKis .and rela- Little 'residence at West Main. which they have purchased. 6. O. Redman and'j. Wj 'Meyer attended .to business in West McinpUls, Ark., Tuesday. Mr. . and Mrs. Maicws £vrard ai\d ^on, Joe, .spfint Sundiy in •M.emnhis where .Jpe .underwent u sUght operation on 1>L> ears. 1 ' Mr. and Mrs. JBen|icrl ;amp are moving to .the P. s •Winford ho«ie on the Bartield road for .the .summer. Mrs. Win' lord plans to ,spe,nd the coming several moiUhs In >Iqa\phls where Mr. Winford is at .Campbell's Clinic because of Anju/ies received In a motor accident several .days ago. L. Oladitih, federation secretary ind Mrs. L. S. Mitchell, parllamen- arian. * • .* The Christian Workers met Monday afternoon at the home oi Mrs. J. C. Scurlock with Mrs. Scurlock leading the devotional and Mrs. Harry Driver leading the afternoon's Bible study lesson from the books of FFirst Chronicles. The next meeting will be held next Monday afternoon • at the home of Miss Fan Nichol wiien Mrs. W. T. Ramsey will lead the lesson. Members of the William Stroiis Chapter of D. A. n. will hold (heir regular monthly meeting Pri day nftemoon at Widener at the home of Mrs. .J. D. Rambo.- Mrs. W. J, Driver is home from Washington for a short vjsit. Shi expects- to return soon accompan icd by her daughter-in-law, Mrs W. J. Driver, Jr., and -her two children, who will visit in -Wash ingtcn until congress adjourns, oc coinpitiiyltig Congressman Drive home. • Miss Nina U^ell of Memphis is the guest of Mrs. P. J. semmcs and other relatives and friends- of E.- Woodrow -Wilson, present and past "First Ladles .of the Land", are shown smilingly inspecting exhibits at the opening of the Girl Scout Leisure Time exhibit'in Washington, D. C. The Proper Thing" The fundamentals of «ood !»- havior are imiwrlant. Far mor-2 imiXM-lanl tlian any mere dictum of etiquette is the - fundamental code of honor, without strict ob' fcrvancc of which no man, or wo- nan, no matter how "polished", can be considered a gcntle^nan or a lady. A yentlenum, and one who aspires to .be one, must not ever borrow money from a, woman. The dctts incurred by a deceased parent, brother, sister, or grown child, are assumed by honorable men and women as debts of honor. A gentleman never takes .advantage of a woman in business dealing, npr of the poor or the helpless. One wlio is not well off .docs no', "sponge" hut pnys his own way to the utmost of his ability. One who is rich does not make a display of his money .or his possessions. Only a vu.lgiiria.ii talks ceaselessly about how much this or that ccvst him. A gentleman never discusses his family airairs with acquaintances nor docs he speak more than casually about his wife. A gentleman docs not Apparently "enjoying their visit, Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt and lose control of.his temper. Exhibi- ion of anger, (car, hatred, .embar- assment. ardor or hilarity, are all bad forms in public. A nan's manners arc an integral part of him and are the same whether in his dressing room or the ball room, whether in talking to Mrs. Wordly or to the washwoman. He whose manners are only put on in company Is a The ^rnmmar schools honor rolls' lor the l!i!rd month of the second semester have been announced. Students are not eligible for .honors until in the fourth ynirie. CENTRAL SCHOOL—Grade 'IA: Gerge Hubbard. Billy Jontz, Mary Babcock. Mnrjorit Rimer.- Butonne Lynn Jackson, Pearldjne Ellis. Agnes Narx. SUDBURY — Fry 4B Grade: Charles Anderson, Hope Whitworth, Emma Webster; Peters 4A ! Grade: Doris Adams, Lura Davk, Charles Caldwell, Bill Morse, Doris Mulr, Shirley Rogers; White bB Grade: Claudia Bennett, Helen Henry, Marie Hopper, La Fetra May, Claude Stewart, Ernestine Smith. .Richard Sweat, Charles Williams; Webster 5A Gr.ide: Peggy Burks, Rosie Enoclis, Bill Lav- c'rty. Alice McFaJl, Lucille Russell, E.lolse Spradley. Dorothy Siilccby, Peggy White. June Workman; veneered gentleman, not Grade: Dorothy Cross. ers, Jetty Claire Huffman, Ann ! jjj Crook.- Sallic Mathis; Grade 5A: ^ Bill ehamulin. Hunter Sims, Dick'g'^ White. Gcraldine Bryeans, Vcral Elizabeth Goodrich; • Grade .6A:| Russell Farr, Belty Kramer, Jean I • It has been estimated that the Bourland, Mansfield Washburn. | average 'Englishman drinks 1800 LANGE SCHOOL—Fifth Grade: jcgps of tea in the course of a Jewell Friar, Helen Wilder, Mary.year. day v! lives. .Raymond .prnsbce of ChafTce ' . was here over week-end vis- with his grandjjareijts, Mr. Mrs.'.X). "M. Perkins ind other relaUyes. ..'•;• Mr. and Mrs. EJ-nest Johnson and son, Kenneth,' spent the week- 'i.end in Cape fiirardeau. Kenneth Prizes will \K awarded for Ilie ct *- lcrc ^ tlic Southeast , Mr. and Mr.s. Kroger ,of tackiest dressed guests. Entertains Club. at the Teachers College Friday nn'd Saturday. Misses Margpret Hill, Slna .Members of the Young Matrons enr ' Mndrc < 1 Popham, Pen Bridge club played cards at the' - c<)m P" e . H»M!c Lois Randolph and Anna Mae Khourie, and Rodney Brasher, Abie 'barkovlU. Glen Martin, Leonard Teastcr. Forrest Randolph and \Vendall Hall were those who attended the home of Mrs. Doyle Henderson Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Max B. Reid won the prize, u summer purse. The refreshments were a frozen „,.,.., fruit salad, brown bread kind-' So , utnc -'< s <' Missouri • meet at Cape ---• • • 'Glrnrdeau Friday and Saturday. Miss Ailccn Parmenter was removed from the Blythcville hospital to the Bunies hospital at St. Loilis Tuesday rooming, she Oklahoma City, Okja., who .are the guests 'of Mr. and '^irs. w. A. Buck, are spending today Jin Memphis with Mr. aiid Mis. Farnsworth Black. Billy Brewer, son of Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Brewef, was taken to Roseman's clinic at Memiaiis today for treatment. J&e has been seriously ill Jor the past two months. He was accompanied by his parents nnd J. W. Shouse. Dr. Brewer nnd Mr. Shouse will return tonight but Mrs. Brewer will remain with Win. Misses Annie Lee Halsell *id Louise Luttrell and George Simpson spent yesterday in Memphis. Sued Covpapy itr Machine Injury Osceola. Mrs. R P.- Jacobs spent Monday in Memphis and attended the meeting of the Nineteenth Century Club Writers' Gro'.ip. where her play, "Seven at .the Pimip".. which won Hie Group prize for Ilie bqst play written by a member this year, was presented by students of Central High cchool, and where her poem. "Cnudlc lo a Wnyside Madonna", which also was awarded first place us the best poem written by a member this year, was read as a part cf the program. wlches,-hot tolls, olives uud iccd tea. .'•••" 32 Curls Entered w Lepaato Beauty Revue LEt'ANTO. Ark. thirty-two was, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Parmenter and Miss Irene Wilks. . - NEW riosc Figuring BRITAIN. Conn. Tiies- couldn't fisurc it any cloter in -Glasgow. 'When the public works board computed the cost of annual rentals of electrical conduits, it was finally determined the charge would J)£ .003-122565 pel fool. SPOKANE. Wash. (UP)-McCoy Owe,n .sued an importing company for $2,600 after he sat on a bench in front of t.hc company oflico and received shock from <jr»ws O.wn Tob>cc« girls will participate in the Bcnmy Revue to .be singed Wednesday and , Thursday nights at the Riallo RESERVE, Kan. (UP) — Peter theater, sponsored by W>e business i Folron '^'ievo?-in .raisins .his .own firms nnrt civic organisations ot I ^acuo nnd docs not sell any. At Lepanlo and directed by Mrn. Cc- ceilc M. Exum, director of Trl- Slate revues for the Memphis Cotton Carnival. The girls participating arc: Maxino Kin?. Corinne Mcllnrd, Irene Morton, Mary Woodruff, Either Bindursky. Dnna Rice. Kate MrtbfnriUe Women's; pem- .cMb.' will meet Friday Crews,' Mary Katherlnc Mun'hy, "I 1 ' 1 - 11 Myrtle French, Jiranita 'Bonds. I ~^^ Dorothy Pike. Eva Mac Hall. ^^ Johnnie Mae Henderson. Martha Mays. Exie Weaver, Riith Dickson. I5elma Denton, Gertriidc Marshall. Norma Cornelison. Agnes May., Virginia Portls. Arline l-'ord. Gen- ' cvievc Martin. Emily Lawion. Ver- •ia Spears. Helen Sue Hall. Mnr- ;<ieritc story, Elolsc Stuckey. Slate Baptiit Leader to Preach Here Tonight, The Rev. E. p. j. Garret*, of \ Conway. president of the Arkan-' r«is UapUst convention, will prcacti at the Kirsl Baptist clitiixh this evening, 7;15 o'clock. Lepanto Child Dies LEPANTO, Ark.—Tlie only clilld of Mr. and Mrs. Jay May, ot Lc- ]»nto. Billy, 10. died Sunday oi pneumonia after » two day illness.. Funeral services wore conducted at the Hrsl Baptist church by Rev. A. T. Willis, pastor. Interment was in the elty cemetery. Read Courier News Want Ads. thi- start of this season .Kerroii., 70 years old. had "abojil 100 pounds on hand which will last him until thr np\v crop Is.harvested. "There is no wnsc In buying; tobacco when you can grow it, nnd no sense in trying to take business away from the specialized grower," he philos- "shocking machine.' .Owen claimed he dislocated a kidney and had a constant pain in his leg aftci' being "juiced" jn the trick chair. Miss .Grace Fuller, who turned on .the current, testified (here wasn't enough power to hurt a child. leaenta this About a CHILD'S LAXATIVE Above all, a child's l.iiralive sboul*! he *af<;; and Ihc child should Mk(! to take it. That is wliy Feen-a-iuint.' Ilic rfrUciims tasting chewing puiujnxalivp, widely jirc- »cribcrl by itti.vaiiiur* luj universal ap- provalbymotlicrij. Dl-livknis Fecn-a-minl \* safe for little <lig«Mi\c o:g.i&j. It u j •iwompl, tliorou>;li and coinpIcle-LictLng,! bccnuw/by chening, this Uviiivess slowly j and uniformlyxlislribulcrl throughout, the } -intcAlinc-i lo give- "full" but g?nl!e «od more twlnral aclinn. Fecn-a-nnnt con- .Ininc nu richix,^ \vliirlt might u[Hct ft ^Iclidilc Alonuch. steal npjKlilc or get stale. (ihifiErcnlilic Fcen-n-rr-int. "Delay 1 * lit (l:iu^cruu» — iflv them .Kccn-n-miul for BJC nl liniygi^Ls. I'ays for a ficaulyresl Mattress Hubbard Furniture Co. WANTED The Neighbors Life Insurance company has openings in several towns and communities for agents to sell the legal Burial Insurance. References required and those,with cars preferred. If interested call at Cobb Undertaking company, Blytheville, or write A. R. Reagan, Box 602,,Blythevillo, Ark. THA^TANY FORD EVER BUILT T HI: ."imir(C5t car that Ford has ever seat inserts vidually let you s,ty i: good- built is itie smartest buy your bye forever" to valve grinding, budget h,n ever .seen. The new Ford THeFordV-fl'sficpcndahlcsprioos- V-8 is (be most economical car that whkh g - >c you frce aajon on rf// , ford has ya produced. wheels-have shackles that require no That big Ford V-8 engine, which is lubrication. 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