The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 13, 1939 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 13, 1939
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1939. '(ARK.) COURIER NEWS COUJUEK NEWS COMI'LIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket Will Aamit N'cill Kccil & Companion ISlyllicvllIc —to the— KIT/ TliKATEU —to see— awl THURSDAY'S EVENTS Executive board of Annorel Par wit 'readier association meeliii 2:30 o'clock at school f;llowcd b general meeting at three o'clock Mrs. Jolin Foster enterta"inii> Double Four Uricige club. Order of Eastern star having staled meeting; 7:30 o'clock at Hal Little Theater meeting 7-30 o'clock at city hall. Mi's. W. T. Obcrsl and Mrs. A M. R. Branson entertaining unit cd Daughters of Confederacy 2'3 o'clock, at Obcrst home Miss llosellu Uixrh Is Wed to J;icli McCoy Miss HoEella Leach ' became the bride of Jack McCoy in a ceremony solemnized last uighl »j Judge J. w. Bi'otlerick nl his home tu Cariithersville. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Trumblc were tlic couple's oily attendants. The bride wore a dark blue dress with a bronze trim. Her accessories were in black. Mrs. McCoy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Leach, of Wciner. Following her eraduaticji from the Weiner lii=l) school, she came here to be connected" with Billic's Beauty Shop of which she is n:w manager. Mr. McCoy, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McCoy of Hayti. was graduated from the Hnyti high school. For the past.several years, ho has been camected with the Colonial Baking company, having been transferred here two years ago by that company. Mr. and Mrs. McCoy \yill make their home at 133 Weil Kentucky avenue. Swishcr-Wilson Kiles Will Be, i-aii\ Saturday. M|FS Mary Elizabeth Swiblior, daughter of Mrs. Sue Browne E-Mifhcr of Fort Smith and Hnck- ctt, will be married Saturday to Jack Wilscn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson, of this city. The wedding will be solemnized in Fort Smith in the First Mctli-i edist clmrcli at three o'clock. Both the bride-elect and her fiance are students at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville arid cxrie'ct io continue their ichoDl wort:. They are seniors this year. Miss Swisher was graduated from (lie Fort Smith, high school, and Mr. Wilson from the city lujli school. He lias recently been ron- iiccttd with the Arkansas-Missouri Power corporation. * * r Flan Year's Activities Plans for activities of the Langc Parent Teachers assrcialion during • the coming year were discussed a( a meeting ot the executive board ] yesterday afternoon. : Among immediate projects to be undertaken will be a ta^ day to! be held Saturday, sept. 23. The next meeting :f the group will he next Tuesday. Mrs. Rupert Crafton, president, has urged that mothers of all Lanje students- attend this meeting which will begin at three o'clock. Has Clulp 1'arly A fail scheme v:as carried out in the decorations f:r the party given by Mrs. W. W. Shaver at her home yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of the Tuesday Contract Uub and seven guests. Mrs. Euseiie Dickinson. Jfrj. Ricliarri Dickinson and Miss Car:- linc Haley played bridge with the club members and oilier guests, Mrs. George W. Uarhnm, Mrs. George w. Patterson, Mrs. Arcl; tiiudsey and Mrs. W. K. liolconib played look. Pink and red dahlias. r:scs nnd other late summer (lowers decorated tiie entertaining rooms. Ta'- lies in the fall motif were used in the games at the conclusion of which the Iv.stcss served a cheese course. Mrs. A. G. Hall was high Mrs. V: O. Miller, second Iv^h among the club members. Mrs. Patterson received the rook prize, j and Mrs. Richard Dickinson, tS guest prize. Have Dinner I'arty Employees of the Colonial B;u FLAPPER FANNY, • WPR. U»BlTKC4SC««Ct. INC.' I, M. tto U. 5. Bits of Mostly Pc^»ootl| -'Isn't this swell Fan? The bn.ul master snys I dou'l Imlta'' practice at school—I can do it here." rig c:mpany and their wives lind i dinner parly last night for E B Oliii.e. sales mannger of the Mem)his plant, who will leave the last f tills month for Columbus, Ga vhere lie will be manager of tlio ilant. The steak dinner was served Hie 1 suests at Frankie's Place near Sfti'iithcrsvllle. After Ir. Olme spoke lo th work here. the dinner e men about lglit Circle Meets Mrs. Herman Rimer and Miss tary Hublcr were liostcsscs to the ieelin ? of the Business Women's ircle of tlic Woman's Missi'nary ociety of the First Mcthotiist lurch last night at the church. Miss Hubler was also in charge f the program with which she -*a= islatetl hy Miss Willync Tayloi nd Mrs. A. n. Fail-field. Miss ayl:r spoke on "Widening Mis- orinry Horizons" and Mrs. Fair- eld discussed Scarrett college at ashviilc, Tenn. (Miss Caroline faloy sang a solo for the group. .- Refreslimentjj were served lj the 2 present during the social hour hich followed. 'ownsend Club Is - To Meet Tonight Tqiviiaeiid Club, Number One will leet tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the :urt. house, it was announced to- ay by officers of the group. Tlic public is invited to attend tms musical program which has neen arranged. ' ' Memory Lane Mrs. Ten Vc.iis .'.go Lnum A. Glenn, ol Barlo Jlcnd Ccuricr Neas aanl ads. Ma., is the guest cf her son. Bryant Stewart, and family [or several days. Mrs. Glenn lived here many years a B o . . . Seargeanl David Henry who is connected with the Marine Supply Depot at Philadelphia, left last night after two weeks visit with his parents, Mr. iinrt Mrs. Hugh Henry . . . Mr. nnd Mrs. c. II. Mobley have cone to Harrison, Ark., for several days • . • Tom Craig, chief pilot of the \cllow Cab Airway company at Des, Iowa, nnd" head cf the Craig Plying School here last fall, was killed in an airplnnc crash at. DCS Moines Thursday afternoon, Five years Ago • A resolution "billeriy" condemning the "corruption, fraud and coercion" which it is charsed marked UK recent Democratic primary in Mississippi county was adopter) by Dud Cason Post No. 24, American Legion, last night. Copies of the resolution were sent to officers of the county central committee, the newspapers of the county, District Attorney Denver Dudley, Carl B. Bailey, Democratic nominee for attorney general, and the department headquarters of the Legion. One Year Age- The stock mnrfcet crashed today with n severity reaming tho "days of 1029. Prices fell as much as 5,10 I a share from the-day's"higli hi | frenzied selling set olf Ijy the Slide- 1 leu German ultimatum to eiccho- j Slovakia. James {Jarnes will letwc tonight, tor Alton, ill., where'he attends Western Military Acpdemv. . -': C. H. King Is expected to return hcmc this week from Rochester, Minn., where he underwent a major operation at the Mnyp Clinic several weeks ago. Mr. King, who is steadily improving, has 'already been removed from the hospital. Bill and Todil Horrison have gone lo Conwny where they are sliulcnts 'nl HendiK college, bid IlDiTlson left Monday and Tcuri Harrison went, yesterday. Tho latter was motored as' fur af West Memphis by E. M. Terry Jr., who went on to Memphis for (he day. Mrs nob.Chiles, Mrs. Waller Cox Jr., and Mrs. i'enrl .'Stewart visited Mrs, Frank Daniels In ciir- iilricrsviUc yesterday. They were accompanied home by Airs, Cictu's White who hud been visiting there. Miss Betty Ebcrdt returned io- day to Conway where, she Is sophomore at Hendrlx college this year. Miss Mtiurlne Branson is'expect-, cd to return tomorrow I torn Friy- cltoville where she lias been visiting Mrs. Carter Short. Mlss'liran- son and Mrs. Short were roommates sit Gallowny college, Scarcy, Ark., \\hen they were in school Mrs. Ed Williams nnrt Mrs. O.: E. M'.ore of Memphis, who is visiting lier daughter, Mrs. Eddie Rcgcriold, and family liere, spent yesterday In Wilson.-. Miss ,• Brunctt Oppcnhclmcii. pf Sun Antonio. Tex., was thp .'over-' night'guest, of Mrs. S. 3. Stcnibcfg and family last night. She slopped here as she was en route hcmc from Chicago. ' : . Cecil Branson will leave tonight for Greencastlc, Hid., where he is a student at Del'amv University. He has spent his summer vacation,' here will) his parents, Mi 1 , nnd Mrs. U. S. Branson. Meyer Orabcr Is imdcrproliig c,xamlnalt:.n at Ihe Memphis liap- tisl hospital. He is expected,.to iv- turn Friday. Mrs. Graber motored him down yesterday'. E. M. Terry- jr. left loefoy.' for Comyay where lie is a soph:more at Heudrix college. He had spent the summer wilh his parent*. At Tha HosnitaU , Walls hospital Mrs. Leonard Campbell, city, admitted. • ' : ' '• • • Mrs. E. L. Fisher, 1 city, dismissed. Mrs. Jack, city, dismissed. ISlythcvillc hospital Klcda Marie Lucius, citv, admitted. Memphis Baptist hospital , Meyer Graber. city, admitted. Earl Brown. Lepaiilo, aiiim'Ucil. Memphis hospilal B. A. Lynch, city, admitted. Mrs.. H... S. Ho'lloy,' 1 Steclc, admitted. Momplus St. .Iciscph's hospital Mrs. Roy Aim.worUi, Caruthers- villo. admitted. •••-•-: iircmpliis Mcl.omore Clinic Wihus- - HeadTcy. Osceol'a, admitted. Oinithersville Society — Personal ;))cr I)!IICQ niul ii<.'(,'ci)ic(i uosw wllli (he Social (Security office 'In Uls. city. Slic is Biwmllng most or tills week In sikwlon luklng In- slnicllons. • ..'Mi's. Clarence Knlkhoif of San Ailtonlo, ' Tex., wlio was (ho guest Mils week of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.' p. Masscy lit Wnnlcll. Mo,, . . . . n company vvith liec fnther nnd Uo sisters, Uta Misses Jcnunine JPlly N'lnt! Cl,nli Mods r • i , • Mrs. M. R. Rowland was hostess '' ( "j f^f , £ wnibcrs o£ the J.olly Nino CUib " ' n ' ,, MQlidny evcning. Mrs. Krne^t H^el .^ « c * '^ was n guest of the club. High scow ,? L v .'* Jlprt wl prlM went to Mrs. H. C, Uenl, and . ,,'',.' ,. ... Mrs. j. L. Van Ausdidi was second, P! "J ,°, w 1 / 1 ' '7 s l lcilt Each vccalvod hosiery. Thy hostess ,„ , " " rf ' Ark - wlu ' served a salad course folbning (lie u » for . . wl11 ' vlsllcd In Ihls " 1 "?. Mrs. Kiilk- i' ll( l M«- Olyd'e games tliVky Mug (Jlxib linlcrtixlixHl Miss Marj; Myrtle McAvlhilr and „,.., „ , ... Mrs. Ocorijb'Cook were niks'ls of, SL, ! , , the Lucky Nine lirldgci OHili Mon- i b " >llly sch ° 51 - Mcnday ! •re he nileiidrd -„ his ccmpaiiy, Ihe Motor Company. x.^'im "' Kt '" <ly " licl 'Ini'Bliter, Miss. Klknbelh Kdiey, and Mrs. Poto Uilid drove lo Memphis Mon- nnrt Miss Keltoy enleiwl n day evening when Miss Jewel 'Williams entertained that uioup at tlic home of Mrs. Tom Murkey on East. Eighth street. MU, Rnlpli Qoodln received a costume Jewelry necklace for high score prl/.c. Mrs. Cook brldgcoert and received a ccm- ..,.„ „,„,„., lll( ..,, pact and Miss McArlhur received a I Eiul IJ. liumWe Dyfss Personals Hoi) Olive and Thomas Tliri'lkcld. Stmlcnts In Arkansas suite college at Jom-sboro. spent t|, e weekend here visiting their . ncii .sport., handkerchief for guest resume hi luirciUs. Tucs Is slmliwi ut, ounchl « a The hostess served Icod lego at Arkadelphln ' . a drinks during the evening and ul Donald dessert course following Ihe names. Mrs. Ij. u. O:oper of Cooler spent Tuesday afternoon In this city. She en me to iiUend the opening nicotlnif of Ihe Woman's Club of which she Is u member. Mrs. Cilyini Peterson ot Warden spent Tuesday nttem:oii here visiting with friends. Mrs. Wins. Q. lioss and d^u'jh- ter. Miss Alary Tipt'on Itoss, spout Tuesday In Ulylhevllle nhuro lliey were guests of Dr. and Mrs. IV L. Tlplon. Mrs. Joe Wynlt ntid .son, Tony, spent Monday in Campbell, M:.. with her piuenls, Mr. nnd Mrs. T/cs Hopkins. Mrs. c. C. Proclor nnd son of Kansas City. Mo., spent the weekend here with Mrs. I'roator's c:usln, Mrs. Lillian Collins. She nlsa visited with the Misses I'miilne nnd Nannie Garrelt. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hurt Iclt Friday .night for n ten days vacation in the cast. They will visit In New York. Washington, 13. C., Bo. nnd 1'hllndelphiii before returning home. Delmns Martin le(t Monday, lor Memphis where ho will enter tho Universlly of Tennussce to o:mj>)olc his four years work In pharmacy, lie lucked some nlborntor; work and n few hours In chemistry, nnd he will c:mplclc this work towards his degree, E. B. Hope and M. D. Amuurijey spent Monday In Dexlor, Mo., where they, attended 'to business mntu.'i-s. Ml™ Vein McArlhur «ho has been (caching lit Coltonwooil f;r the past sovcrn! years lias rcsijncd n-llnn/i ""'" vn.cullon vlslti.iig In the home oj his brother and vilfe, Mr. and Mrs Ilaj'dcn Holland, DeMarls' Qraliiim, daughter of Mrs, l^utli arahani, and Peto Bui- lard, ssii.of Mr, and Mis. Q A Bullnvd, will leave Saturday for FiiycUcvllle lo resume their studies In Die University of ArkajMSS. J. S, Olive, ngricuHuie and vocation teacher o( Dy'css hi«h scllo.l, acconipun.led n group of r', r 1 A boys lo Memphis Monday whom they attended the Til SuUe Fall, taking part In'the parade Jcc Calcs and sons, Beumrd nnd Lyloll, lioy llllia'ni Jt: ot Ifalls, Tcnii., mid Dick Owens of Curve Tc'im., visited the Roy Fennoll family Sunday, t T(ie ivoini-n or ::ic Missionary .social)' of the Mcth:dlsl church have iK'gun a study dlrcp.tod by M:rs. A. I-. HQl.lniul. silp.erlnkntloiit of study. Jn coinjeclloh wlili I'liillppliins, MIS. llallaiid is mlng "The Radiant llc;irt" by Costcu J. Hum-It. ' Johnson nnrt children, llelty Jane and Hilly, are visiting relatives and friends Ihls week In llaiTisburjj and Comsay. The Kov. Harvey Gray Is conduct- nil! a revival ineettuj; in the New assisted by the Hav. W v £>, ' of Hie Baptist 'church *'»t*wUi«n Mrs M. M. Hlnesley has ftt iiom visiting frtapte'and In Winnie and ' ' TAKE FOR MALARIA Gut ReliefFrom Chity arid Feoer! terrible Malarl*; At first slpn of (he dread dli^fie. take Grove's Tasteless Chill TorHc A rwl MjlarJC medlcfne.- M?de cspcelally (or th« purpoje CooUlnl tastctcss nulnldlne nm} Iroiu™"- •?' Grove's Tus.teiess Chin Tpnla ac- rt C01m! J? 1 ?, VlW* Inteliln £,' (lie blood. Rclioves t " ' CVCr ' ' "* .'' 'jioujaiidB toko Grove's Taitc'leili W Ton " Tasteless Chill t'onfc.'At ii stores. Uuy (ho large 'size a " vou much more (or yo ' •' •• ; "'''' : ' ! -'-' : ••" TOO LATH TO CLASSIFY ; 1'or Sale Por sale qiilckr Rooming h rooms furnished and rented. 3 room house, 2. lots and outsicio buildings. 3 vacant lots. Harry Atkins, U>5 W .Wain St. 13-pk-lf> Suburban grocery w i I h living rooms, Also upright plniiu In good condition. BO! Lilly SI, H APPY HOUR GRO.& "MKT. VttKK »KMVKUY 10.1 IV: main St.. J'hoiie 1.5 EXVEUT ELECTRIC WIRING UEAUTIFlit, L1XE Or' ELECTRIC FIXTURES ICIcctric Knngcn and \Vatcr Healers WALPOLE'S ELECTRIC SHOP 110 So. i>nd approach Coca-Cola friend thirst ever COCA-COLA J30TTLING COMPAN t>lu) " e 386 Biylhevillc, Ark WARDS SPECT MOW! Seo hooters and ranges aj mode !Ko "World of Tqmorro,w'\ . . «, 5a | e at pr|C ; s you can afford lodoyl Amtumg new'develop- ;nenlsl Starlling. new footuros'l Umurposied ' boauly . .. a || o f, dh| ,, ay m W Slovo Sfiowl Wqrds hove comple for ovory lypo of fuel, every home ond 40S W. aiain St. WARD 676

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