The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 9, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 9, 1934
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r fLTTHBVILLi, (A1K.X POUBHE IfBWl Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS , Community Musicale at City auditorium, 8 P. M. • U D. C. meeting with Mrs. M. ' Fitzsiinmons, 2:30 P. M. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Advanced students ol Miss Mar- 'garet Merritt presenting piano ic- cltal at First Methodist church, P .P. M. - American Legion Auxiliary mcrt- ing with Mrs. Loy Welch, 2:30 P. M. SUNDAY'S EVENTS Junior Hadassa a having Mother's Day 5 P. Tea M. at Hotel Noble, 3 to ii, Myrlis Morrison and Willie Fred Sutherland. Other nlfaliti arc K'ing plauiu'd before the commencement exercises Friday evenins. • • « Salesmen Have A Slriik Smrprr. Members ol the salts force of the Shousc-Lntlo cheviol-.'t Co.. had a steak supiwr lit Camp McmHrie last cvcnln;; us recent sales nuchanan. \v pi lie in a campaign. J. A. K'dwards C. and I Miss Alice Marshall To ; Wed James Waller Hill ':. Mr. and .Mrs. R. I.. Marshall > have announced the engagement of their daughter, Alice, to Mr. . James Walter Hill, formerly of ; here and now of Uasseu, Ar!:. ilso The wedding will be solemnized ; at an enrly dale. The bride was educated at Union University. Jackson, Tcnn., and has been a teacher in the city Junior high school several She Is widely known in educational ' circles of the county. Mr. Hill, who was In business .here lor several years, has been manager of the Idaho Grocery at Bassetl for the past year. He lived at Huntingtou. Tcnn., In fore coming to Mississippi founts to be employed by Lee Wilson Co. They will make their home Bassett. Verdi? Hamilton were uiciiibris ol the side who lost to L. 11 Cham- Win. U, W. Mnlims and Prank Grlgsby. • > 4 1;. I). C. To llavr Election Of Oirlrns. The Elliott Hi'tcher di;i]H<-r ol he United Daughter:, of tlie Cmi- rdcnicy will have Us :mnu:i! elec- lon nf officers iti a meeting Thursday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, it the lioiiie of Mrs. M. l-Mi-.sim- nons. Mines. C. H. Hull. Ci. S. Barnes and Baker WiL'on will ho design of the plate to IK used In marking the l:oii!tlers will ulso IK displayed. Mrs. W. M. I'ylc's. who Is moving to Hot Springs tomorrow, was tile guest of honor ai a rook paity given last cvcnim: by Mrs. and Mr.s. I'xlgar -Buriucss Women's Cluli 'Plans Yrar's . Featured, projects of the Business and Professional Women's club in the coming year will be a loan fund for high school students who desire commercial Voursr.s, ar.d the study of "Charm". In a meeting of the group Monday evening at - the Goff Hotel plans were formulated for Ihe year's program Eilwlu Itoblnson Herrlck. The 20 guests played cnnls on the Robtnsnn porch which had teen decorated as a garden. llasket.s of blossoms and Japanese lanterns, in Kuy colors. were irerl. lee cream. I0[)p:-d with strawberries, tine! nnxcHood c;ike. were served. which be headed by ihe. c e two features . but which elude numerous other phasrcs. It Is planned to loan money -;to students who" arc fmrmclally , unable to pay for commercial courses. For a number of years ' the club lias given money for nii- - tlon and made it possible for girls to oblain high school . commercial, educations. . In taking, up (he study of Mr. 1 :. Pyles was presentr-d lingerie us a gift from the ^ucsls ami hostesses. Jlcthodist Women Mrrt. The '11 present nl Ihe rr.cMlni; of Ihe Woman 1 -: Misslcnary .soclrty ol the First Methodist churcli Monday afternoon, at the church, included one visitor. Mrs. Don Salmon. Mrs. A. B. F.iirficld received the concluding chapter of "Eastern woinon Today and Tomorrow." Mm. Charles L. Wylie preside:! in the business session. I;. «a^ voted to accept Ihe Im-llaltan to sponsor the Blythevllle baud, directed by Everett, McDowell. I'lnns were made for Die Mid- Week prayer service Wednesday Rllly Iirc-w:T who is 111 at the I'.ap- llsl hospital. Hilly had a .--inking s|K?ll hut n!|Mu. Bill Crlhlield has letiinud ficin Denver, Colu.. uJuTe lie atli-nd(d th« Univi-rsliy of Coiurailn lur a coursi' In phurmaey. The condition of R. K. Moore, who has been .seriously ill al his hon:c In' tlic Pride addition lor .several days, Is now critical. W. H. ytovnll win it, Jonf.i!:oro today for (he lum-ial ul James A GffKti, undertake.'!', wlio dleil yesterday. Mis, C. O. Oravi-.s and son. Hornce, mid rhllip liet-d. arc sp.-nd- Ini! loday In Memphis. Mis. Li'lli Wintfi'.'i and M,.s. Ida K. llamilUin. ul Augusta. Ark. will .spend Ihe weef:-;-nd hen- as guesli of Mr. and Mrs. (iron;, 1 II,million inul Mr. ar.d Mrs. Arthur Rushlni;. Mr. and Mrs. Meal Ma.s.-ey and Mrs. M;ussi>y'.s sli.ter, Mrs. Alvis Hancock, of Pnrauinilil. .--IK-IU Monday nnd Tuesday in Mi'iuphls. Wilson Henry will mideiKu a lonslleclomy l-'nday al the lllylhc- vlllc hospital. Miss Maijorle lloll rrlllrned lu her hoinc In Union Cily. Tcnn. lo(iay nftcr tiavin;; sjx'ni a ^eek wllh Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Herman Cross, she wa.s maid of huuur In the wedding of her cousin. Miss Margaret Cross, lo Mr. Edward Mrs. H. A. Smith. Mrs. II. H llouchlns. Mr.s. S. K Vail. Mrs Kulii Hullcdge and her sIMi-r. Mrs Archer, spenl w.-ek-end ii Liltlc Rock. Tlu-y were accoui' panied home by '.Mis. llouchlns molhr-r, Mrs. r. D. Underwood win will visit Mr. and Mr.s. llouchla nnd Mr. and Mrs. George Mill lor two weeks, she will ulso RI to Fullun. MIL. for Mother's On 1 wllh Mr. and Mrs. II. n. Houchln Osceola Society — Personal who will I her. Mr. lloiichlns' mo Sarg Marionettes Coininji; in Tales Oi Uin:l«: WEDNESDAY. MAY 9, 1W4 He's My Pal" Well Received at Steele STEEIJS. Mo.—This community as treated to another good home alent play Tuesday night, when tcele Amateur Artists presented lie's My Pal." Tec ]>eiformancc •as well patronized. Specialties between acts were good, and HM clwrus that presented "The Old Spinning Wheel" came In for an c.vtra share of compliments. The play »'« directed by Miss Molly Lee Bates. The Stcele Amateur Arttsts broadcast every Sunday afternoon over station KI.CN at Blylhcville. Mania Stadcnb Will Give Comedy Thuriday MANILA —The Manila high school junior and senior classes wilt present a comedy. "Wh»t Thursday evening Betty?" school. About at the The cast of characters for th« Hear! Cornier Xevt Want Ads. I three act comedy are: Alvin Tip- ton, Wcrttle L»yton Wilton, WlBUm Edwards, Elaine Thompson, Roy Aibabnnner, Lucille CWrltht, Bit- lie Pox, Eujene slmms, Gmldlne Esslg, Herbert Poe, Evelyn Griffith, Alta stott and Junes Wright. Finland conV>ins so many lakes that they have never been counted; Uie country Is often r»ll«l the world's greatest land of lakes. The Marionettes of Tony Snrg will appear in Hlylhciillo nest Tuesday for a malmce and even- ins performance through the efforts of Ihe local Council of the IMrcnts and Tcacheis Association, Members nf the Ilaptlst Woman's Missionary Union are holding daily meetings at the church thlb weei wheie they are studying the tcxl "Tile Keys of ,thc Kingdom," a home mission study book by Mrs na Roberts Lawrence. Alternate leaders for the meeting ic Mrs. R. If. Jones, Mrs. H. H rooks and Mrs. George Deere. The Methodist Woman's Mission ry society met Monday afternoo t the church for a business meet and concluded their misslo ludy text of "Women in Industr America," with an inform; ouiid table discussion ot industria oiulilions in Mississippi count vith Mrs. II. M. lihcubush lead US. The Presbyterian Ladies Auxi iiry met Monday afternoon at IV oiuitry home of Mrs. R. A. Cromi outh of Osceola. 'Hie afternoon ludy was conducted by Mrs. J. V :art\vright sr, and Mrs. H. J. Hal vltli Mrs. L. S. Mitchell. Mrs. Hary Miller Jr. and Mrs. George Ed- •liigton taking part. Mrs. R. C. Svycm led the devotional. Members of the Christian Work-' ITS will hold an ail day meeting I iic\l Tuesday at liie ceuntry home I o[ Mrs. Harry Driver north of Osccola when they expect to complete a [|iiill they are mnktmj. Each mcm- hev will take a covered dish for luncheon. All the ladies of the church are invited. Tr.c regular monthly business meeting was held Monday afternoon at the home of Miss Fan Nickol. Mrs. W. S. SmKh was enrolled as a new member of (he organization. • * • The graves of 28 Confederate sol-j filers have been limited by Mrs. S. L. Gladish, historian of the Elliott Fletcher chapter of the Daughters Jl the Confederacy, in Violet, ccm- clery at Osceola and in the Bas- eelt cemetery. Their giirves will be marked Sunday with Hags. Miss Mary Kelser of .Jackson. ..."Charm" the members will delve '"jlnto » study which Is rapidly be? coming a foremost topic in the , .country. Physical, mental and so'- cial phases are taken up in the _coiirse which will consume n year ; and which will include a* comprehensive study of psychology. Last year the group studied art. When the president, Mrs. J. S Barnes, attends the meeting of the executive toard of the stale group in' Little Rock May 10 Flic will extend an invitation for the second district lo hold its convention here next September. County Federation Women's Clubs Has Btnrrit Luncheon. The Mississippi County Federation ot Women's clubs hiwl a luncheon yesterday at the Woman's club when 48 ladies from Osceoia, Lux• ora, Wilson, Grider. Lcachville and Blythevlllc attended. Roses and wygelln predominated in the flowers used lo decorate the large entertaining room arranged for tile small tables and the dis play of attractive prizes. A cold plate lunch and an ici course were served and lalcr then •were bridge, rook and rummy game with a prize for each table. Proceeds from tr.c affair will b used toward defraying the rsitcnst- ol a young woman who is bcin ..given a college education by till •groups that she may become teacher and so support, hciself'an .other members of her family. cvcnhy. to bo in rharce of this Braiip. Mr.» .James llili jr. will lead the scripture study. Mrs. A. o. Hudson will pice a talk en ll:e work of llic Spiritual CullivatlDn group <if the \V. M. S. Mrs. llany w. Haincs is In charge of plans for the tiniuial May break- last which \vill \K given May 23 on the la«n ni ire u. S. Branson home. iilcrlains Club. Members of the rad club played headed president. Tile Mrs. C. W. Affliek. company will stop Tuesday Con- brldg:' ,,l the omc of Mrs. Harry Kirby vcek. Mrs. C. II. 'llabcock he pri/i 1 . A salnd plate was, served ccd lea. * • • Mlar Society Mrets. 'I'he Altar s-vU-ly of tlie Immacu- ale Conception church met Mnn- lay afternoon al tlic rectory with ten member,'; prrr-ent. oft here for two nerformaiKcs cn- routc to Memphis (roin a week's show In si. Louis. Tlie quaint characters mid wood folk ol Uncle Remus lore will be reproduced. Included in the char- actcis lire The Little Boy, Uncle Remus, Judge Bear. Brer Rnublt Brer Fox. Miss Buzzard, Mrs. Rabbit, Peter Rnbuil. Fopplt, Hnbbil, Mr. Tarry I'in, Mr. Coon and Mr. Possum. I'erlinps no lore lias be™ more iK'iiliiiK (o children ot the world than has that ot the philosophical chili-actors of Jwl Chandler Ilar- ils. The Jiinior League of Atlantn siKinsored n inarioiietlc show some lime IIKO when tor tlie first time lire'r Fox. Ure'r Rabbit, and othcr Unelc Reimui animals were char- .irlcTi/ed, |:ermLwlou being yivcn ">' Mrs. Hun-is for uf the laractcrs. The ix'itormancc Tcnn., is here for an extended visit wllh Mr. and Mrs. Henry Emerson and Mrs. Susie Kelser. Mrc. R. w. Anderson and her small son arrived today from their home in M:ddlesboro. Ky.. for n 10- day visit with Mrs. Anderson's parents. Mr. and »Mrs. J. T. Coston, who drove to Memphis to inett them. Mrs Anderson will be remembered as the former Miss Mary Hale Coston. of Neics Mostly Personal auditorium. be Riven Announced For Community iUusiralr. Miss Leone CallicoVt. chairman of Iho program for Ihe cosniiiunUi musical; Thursday evening at. tlic city auditorium. i n otscrvanc- of National Music week, has'nnnounc- ed the numbers. The event spo:;- soied by the Music department of the Woman's club, is free The numbers will be: Selections by city bard, directed fcy Everett McDowell; sextette, Mrs Paul L Tipton and Mrs. Georcr M Ice' T. H. Haynes, C. G. Redman. Hr>v- Slevens and Roscoe Morris; piano duel. Misses Margaret Shaver and Sara Jo Little: piano solo Ma--- jorie Stevens: .-.tring trio. Roico- Morris, Everett McDowell and Mi^s Leone Callicott; trio number Mm?s. George M. Lre. Russeli Fair and Paul ' L. Tipton with Miss Margaret Merritt at piano; vocal number. Mrs L. Tipton with Mrs. Murray Smart. accompanist: selection'; by hpn school quartet. N. B. Mcnard. Jr.. Leroy Brown. Alton Hood nnd Robert Rccder with Earl B. Snider »t the piano; "Swing Song" with motions, ten members of the Kiddj Band; reading. Mrs. 5. S. Slcrn- berg. Arawrcl School T« Present Play. The Armorel Junior High school Till present a play "Beads on String" Ihls evening, 8 o'clock, at the school, under the direction of Jfiss Bob Williams. Members of the cast arc: W. C. Lyon, PrulK Harrison, Louie Smo- . tbermui. H*rry McKinnon, Walter fcrnw, Utrfuet PruUt, Elsie MOT- Members ot the notary chit) inci their "Anns" who will bf :r. Memphis tUiriny llip Hotnry convention are: Mr. :inrt Mvs.'rj. W Alliick. U. S. Iliansml. C. A. L'u:i- iiiiiglKiin. ,1. Louis cheery, Jaim^ !1. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. E. t) Kcrsnson. Ucrnard Cioocli. Dr. aiu. .Mrs. I. l(. Johnj.on. H. I). lUivjh.-s Mr. and Mis. Harry Kirtiy. Mi mil Mrs. J. I,. ciu:ird. U. I Cecil Kliaiv.-, Air. am. Mis. J. A. Ucrh. Kamiiel (J. Owen. S. Umoiv.. Dr. II. A. Taylor. Mr. :nid Mr.'. I). A. Lynch. liyrnii Murse. K. M. McCall. Mr. 'anri Mrs. JMvvin Ku:m. Hie Rev. ann Mrs. W. V. Woii'.iiclt. T. G. Soul Mr. and Mr.-:. Russell Phillip;. W. M. Scruggs, c. V. Scbaiijh. Charles iviin. \v. II. stovall anri Jack Applchaurn. Mr. and .Mrs. J. Nick Tlumn, and their guoii. MIS. Frances Co> ot Chicago, niul Mrs. 'Himm I'ol ter. are in Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mcdini haM .« tiieir r;ii-s;s Mr. and Mr.i. L'.i- naii Rrcd ot IJeiuon. A:k. Ur. W. F. Brewer. Mrs. A. B Holland and Mrs. J. W. Adams ar.. are in Memphis lodly witl WOMEN'S UXflTIVE MUST DO THIS . ingredient rr^ul.uly |.r,^, rilvd hv nh sirnn.-. ^ oil rAnc ,l,.|i,-;,,in rWn-k-iniil .nrt llii , rtwinj ,li-.|ri),ulc.< lh= l.i,.,|i inircJient luore tvraly inlc. the in!r<tinc- !.!.,.< pmnx a "!nll." nmrc ui'.ural acliw iNon-li^lil fnriiiiiig IWn-a-rainl n( , vr tliocksnorirnUlcsilrli.-airorjwns. Don suffer "llMljvc .IrcjJ." t.,ko IVcn-.-mi,, Inc fitjl dancrn.ui d/iy" riail waste mailer |wi.«on !t,- r -nf into tlic fy, lf,n. locn-a-n,inlcool>in!no riclinojj lo Bffcl stotnach or did or lo gel iUl- Delay ;j dangerouj— i-hc«r F«n-a-rainl lorcoostipstioD. IJcundM Christian Church Meeting Drawing Alleiulanci. Large Kraflf/adocio 'I'he Brar.K.idocHi fonsolidalcd nitir ::rhool scored M 1-2 poinl.s I he track events at Wardeil nday. liemice DVO look first. In M and ir, yard dashes and high pnis! H-orer in Class It. rilzscrald was high |x>inl man ''• and Mrs. K. .\r. coppagr Hopped and alicndcd to business 1 Memphis Monday Calvin Waldon is in the Ilan*'• hospital at Memphis roceiv- ^ ticaimeiu fur injuries msi-iin d while l,e was ciwmed in ] 01 .•:»'- last Tlim-Mlay. He is s i o nnprovjiii; Doris limner. Mildred Ihuc "briia iinitrin, Jewel notify and J'vi.i tliictaba made randy at iwra Knnicy's Monday niphi to '" at .school Tuesday. Tlic evangelistic meeting al the First Christian church is drawing miners at each service. Will the arrival of Mr. and Mrs. Ezr; Jacks of Dallas, Tex., yesterday the team was completed with the" Rev J. J. Walker of Memphis in charge The messages ot Dr. Walker profoundly interesting, according all who hear iiim, and arc not o the stereotyped evangelistic natur but, deal with present dav prob lems from the standpoint" ol re 1 e'.on. His message lasi evening was up 'n the theme. "Lord, Search M Icart." "Jesus has never remotely sa- :cslcd that lv= arc to worship ml >nt that \vc are to follow him.- h eclnrrd. At 7:1.1 o'clock (Ids evening Jacks «i|] offer vocal and whisllin lumbers and n r . Walker will SIK-.T -i short lime „„ -i, f r c - s incvilabl Journey." l'e Indian United States )»inilation of n 1030 wns :ilO [he in You Wlusilc? Mr. Jacks Can! livery One \V!io Hears Him Says So. HEAR HIM 7:45 TONIGHT First Christian Church Positive Relief For Itchy Rash Coolinc and soothing nine Sla Oin uienl mells on the skin, scnii ing tested medicine* deep into rare where it quickly kills ilcliy r«l, eller eczema ringworm and fool itch torlure. Itchiug «ids. Ski, heals. Safe, sore, quick. <adv for u Hcaittyrest Muttress Hubbard Furniture Co, Convenient Terms Can Be Arranged On Any Purchase Seasonal Offerings In Qualify Home Furnishings that You Need Now SLUMBERON Mattress-Deluxe Spring! 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