The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 14, 1934
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•MONDAY, MAY M, TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Elton W. Klrty having Tuesday Contract club. Young Matron* . Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Rllfy B. Jones. Eastern 'Star chapter meeting al iial), 1:30 p. m. Maple Grove Cemetery association meeting ith Mrs. J. W. Durham on Douean nVc'iiiic, 2:30 p. m. WEDNESDAY'a EVENTS The Central Ward P. T.. 'A. will meet at Die school building lit 3 o'clock. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mld-W&'k Bridge 'club being entertained by Mrs. A. Conwny. Mrs. Everett B. 'Gcc having Thursday Uuncheon club. . Mrs. N. B. Mcnard having Thursday Bridge club. Dance al the country club, 9 p. m. ',. Pilgrim 'Guild meeting al the - Lutheran school, 2 p.m. FRIDAY'S fcVENTS Hy Shy Ny Sunday school class of First Baptist church ineetlni! '.Twlth Miss Cordelia Wllhitc, 7:30 f -p. m. Marionettes Coming Tuesday - . ^ ' -• Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Payne hnvi —announced the engagement o "Iheir 'daughVr, Mattlc, to .Mr. A ..B. Rozclle, of Luxora. The w'cd "•ding will'be solemnized Saturdiu ^Trtay 19., ,,. Both Miss Payne and her flanc •-•sre graduates, of the Luxora Irirrl "•school and Miss Payne has bee "^employed at the. Kress slorc fc '~f»b years. Mrs., Rozcllc is assocl .Jn'tcd with his 'lather in tarmln near Luxora. ~ A number of interesting alfa' -are planned for the bride-elect. - Mother's Ufcjr Program •-'..XI Second 'Baptist Chnvli. V-. ( The Sunday . school dcpartmcnl •T&f the Secc/nd Baptist church prc- iliented •» Mother's Day program •.yesterday, 'especially honoring Mrs. Savannah McLccd, IS, wife of the ia'te H. p. McLeod, Sr.. and fesi- -'dent of this city for the past -32 ^. years. •'• Mrs. McLeod was awarded a prize '.'lei being the. oldest mother present r.»\ the services and was given seat of honor while the program was presented. The program was sponsored by Miss Marie Harnlsh and Mrs. J L. Nfewsom. Lllllc Boy. Judge near, llrcr Ttiib Tlie Tony Sa'ig Mnrloncltes, who Osceola Society — Personal Miss Catherine Harwell will prc- s'enl her 'music pupils In their imnual commencement recital at the lilRh school andltoiluin the evening of May 1C. Taking, part In the concert, whlcli will begin at 1:30 1'. M.. ;irc Harry Ray Urooks, Bobby Carroll Watson, nrsslc Lou Rose, lillllc Fiiln Shcclilan, Jean Lilc naker, Flavla Di'lvcr, Huth Tay- O! 1 . Marjbrle Edrington, Frances JaHr, Adelle Hook, Martha Kate Bryant, Mary Virginia Segrave.s. Josephine Frailer, Pearl Carl- wriglit, Monroe Maxwell, William Hard Edrington, Dlxlp T«e Qulnn. Martha Jane CarUriglu, Madeline were Ivfesdames U S. Mitchell, ri C. Bryan 'and II. J. Hale. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dycss anil their children were week-end vls- Kor.s iu Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. Orover Whitworth of Boonct'Illt.' s[iont the wcek-c|id In .Osceola visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Whitwurth. Mw. R. V. Madden and Mrs. W. W. I'rcwltt WeVc Memphis visitor), 1'riday. Mrs. C. E. Sullenijer and Mrs. W. E. Hunt attended the tiou'er show In Memphis Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Driver, tlifir iiall daughter. Flavin, and iiutolsl by next sprlr%. The road'of cuts in tuition approved by the Is passable how, but Mexican officials and W. It. Furlong of the Pan Antonio Chamber ol Coin- college trustees. Tuition will be reduced 580 lo t$5 per semester. during April. Beautftul ipecuiKiis students rooming and boarding on meicc, who is closely aUicd with development of the .road, advis2 ! thc campus will be given an acldl against, anyone but the moat cr- ftlonal discount of $10, or about perlenccd driver attempting it. Isix per cent, Dr. H. F. Martin, Midland College president, announced. Students "unable to pay their bill by the semester in advance will be allowed to pay by the of agates, jasp«r and Arpfentlne from I Jade were fenmd by the geologists, white Cash ior Education Wil Bring Discount FREMONT, Neb. <UP»--F/luca- tlon will te procurable at Midland College, located here, on a Ellen Kdrlngton, Frances and Nora Pace. Taylor Dilvcr's sister, Miss Karen Harris, spent Saturday and Sunday in Memphis and Colllervllle, Twin. Mr. Driver attended the tennis mulch In Memphis Saturday. Mrs. John T. Evans, who lins teen here several weeks visions her niece, Miss Emma Cox, returned to her home in Lafayette, Intl., Thursday. Mrs. Chas. Driver, Mrs. Herbert Hh!pi>en niul Mrs. Shippeh's small :on. Blllic, relumed to their home iu Little Kock Wednesday after n visit here with relatives. nellie l.ou Wiseman, 7-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wlfcmnn. Is in Campbell's Cllnie, hash of substantial discounts for ' ' ' cash payments, according to announcement by college officials. Student. exixMise.s will be re- d " ccti "' s n " lcl1 :ls 18 I* 1 ' cent for lire 1M4-35 term, under a system month or quarter, but will not be allowed the $10 additional discount. COLD BEACH, Ore. (UP)-Am- Wfen'r gc'oltigls'ts have p'lcltc'd up on tile beach near here several valuable finds ol scmi-pfeclous stones urlng low tides and smooth seas Blue Star Emts ^ Eczema IteMitf To relieve eczema itchlni, iin|- norm, teller,rash or foot-itch, cover Will soothing Blue &«'r Oihtiivnt. Tested medicines rrielt ind quickly wak iu killiof germs. Hchtnn tails. Skin htal;. No burhlb« — no blis- fe>og. Safe «nd Velltkle.Udv.) L. G. MOSS Hlythevilte's Cut-Rate UNDERTAKER Memphis, for treatment of her jiglu hand which she injured seriously when 'she fell on :i Klla Margaret Doyto, O.sccnlii in-ukun fruit jar a 'few days ago. hiRli school senior, was crowned r.rvering arteries In her wrist. cjneon oi May al the annual May! Day felc'on the high .school lawn'., . . j, v. i» Friday evening, attended by nun- IflCXICO Adds Man TOWCr, , dreils of visitors who watched the pageant from parked cars or vantage points on the edge of the campus. Frank Chiles was Kim; and other members of the senior class composed Hie royal court. Approximately 450 pupils ot llir To Finish New Highway look part in the the Flowers," prc- gradc school ."Festival of Itemed for the queen's entertain- uent, which closed with winding ot the May pole. fif/3 q/ Personal Miss WiUic A. Laa'son 61 Little ' give a |>eifoijn:uii:e of Joe! Chandler Harris' famous Uncle lemus stories at 2;30 ami 8 V. M. This Is the first time a Marionette show has shown In lilythe- ille. Rtifus, Rastus, Uiiclr> Remus, The nvc characters u-)iroducllon Llnrle Rt-miis .stnrv. extra niunl>cr.s ulll incliidc "The Old Trio". "Ballet KanlaMlrrti"". -lllijn Concorl", "The His; Fight' and "March of the Wooden Duj;s". The performances arc sponsored by the city cuunull ol the Parent- iVacher nssoclntiotis. Mrs. E. s. Driver was hostess to her 1 two table bridge club and in extra table ol guests when she entertained at her home here I'liursdiry afternoon. Mrs. ntilli Carlisle won high rcoie club prize and Mrs. J. II. l.ovewell won guest prize. Other MEXICO CITY, i UP)— Sever thousand men are making a' drive; tn complete tlic international highway between here and Lar rdo, Tex., according to Leopoldo I-^arias, director general of Mexican National Highways. Until recently only 3,000 men were working on the uncompleted .sectors of the road, but In ericsir, (o linisli the highway :il (lie car )iL\s(. moment caused the. increast. Farias snid lhat in addition I the new man power ISO truck and six .steam .shovels have b?c milled to the equipment lor th I road. ! It Is expected Ihal Ihc lu'ghwa guests besides the 'club members! will l;c available lo the averas, Wash Suits with the perfect finish Your Wash suits will wear mXVch longer .and retain their fresh, crisp appearance when 'finished by Barnes. Send us your linens . . . we know you'll be pleased. Barnes' CLEANERS Phone 180 Snavmee" School Will Graduate Class of 26 JOINER, Ark—A clnss oi twen- Joseph Croslow Dies At Home Near Manila Funeral services «'cre held .Sun- ty-slx stude'nls will be graduated jciay afleruonn for Joseph A. Cros- 'frofn the Slmwnce consolidated |loiv. 45. who died late Saturday Graduates Will Be Pleased with gifts selected from our wonderfully complete stock o5 high class wearables, accessories Cotton Comes Into Its Own ior this nationwide evetit and Graber's have at die new cotton fashions and accessories school on the evening of May 'Si. aflcrncon :u his home, south ol 'Enochs,, Ua?cl Fillhaucr, Oils anrl three sislers. Martha, Emma „„ ee , , . Grant, Until Hicks, Kiillic Hughes, ;anrt Uosie. all nf Manila. the city for several days. She will I Juanita Johnson, Maxine Jones,! The Cobb Unticrtaklng company . RociX. formerly superintendent '01 Mississippi county schools, is ii «lso return \iere 'loir the commencement of 'th? city IvTgh scriool. iClr. and Mrs. tJarry Fritzius and son. Harry, »nd Mrs. Fritzius' mother. Mrs. A. E. Reagan, sixmt yesterday in LaKc City wHere they attended a Home-Coming of the Baptist church. Mr. and, Mrs. H. C. Campbell spent Sunday in ttiplcy and rfew- bem, Tenh. Raymond Fowler, wtiq is employee! at the MisscSrt. Theater in St. Loiiis, Is at home for a brfct stay. He will leave tomorrow Tiigh't. Mrs. Ben Wigeins and two children havfe returrie'd from & visit, In Warren arid yor'dyce, Ark. Thcs were 'accom'pa'nlcd home by i!rs '•Wiggins' mother, Mrs. W. .T. Wilk- crson, an'dt Mr. Wiggins' niece. Miss Beulah Wiggins, both o Warren, who will visit them. Mr. and Mrs. 'Jesse .White, Mr. arid Mrs. Rives Allen and Mis. Alice Womack spent yesterday in Equality, III. Mrs. Van Eaton, ol Memphis, was the guest ol her mother, Mrs. Harry Ogle, yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard spent yesterday in Cape Girardeau. Mo., where Mr. Pollard played in the golf tournament. Mrs. Russell Mustek, who has been ill at her home on Kentucky ave.. went to Whillon, Ark., Friday because ol the, death of her mother. Mrs. Mary E. Clatfp. and Jollowing her tclum home yesterday her condition has become much worse. Harry tjinrt will deliver Ihc vale- Manila. His death was attributed tllctory address and Josephine rcr-'to aniiplicaUons Inclined from "an i ell the salulrrioiv address. nllni'k of influenza mid malaria. Other members of Ihr- class arc | The deceased Is survived by his .RoWri Andrews, Estes Ashley, Al- pvife. Mrs. Susie Croslow, four .son's 'berl Boh'n, Iriua Billiard. .Riilxrt '""d one daiighlcr, and three bro- B'ro'wn Jr., Bnidforrt Cobb. Mnurtnc. jtheis, James. Thomas and Yraut. lomas Mnhan. Naomi idgc, Richard Parker. Snnford, Tucz Slsk, Anna Schmidt, ictorifl Smith, Unwsou Si>ccgles, lu'gh Edward Tale, Kenneth Vfiiin. Elizabeth Walls. play. "Here Comes ill bo presented in the nigh school auditorium the evening of May 1(1. and grade school pupils will present un operetta on the evening of May 2'2. , McFal- [Was In charge of funeral arrariRC- i icrits. The Senior -'alricir/." wil 358 Pemiscot Eighth Graders to Graduate The first census taken in Ens- land was in 1601. NEED BUILDING -UP? Forty-one slates and 11(1 ol iTIssouri's il-l counllcs arc repre- L'uEeil in Ihc .strident hotly of the University oi Missouri. CARUT11ERSVIL1.E. Mo. — According tn County Superintendent of Schodis Harold S. Jones, more lhan XiO 1'cmiscol counly IMVS and i;irli will receive coiuily elglith grade diplomas this year. Each di.striel or school is nr- •an^int- a icKal righth cruel! 1 i;r.itl- ;ation program so that pracucal- iy all friends and pari-nt.T tn;iy ,M-] lend. Herelotore. south end ami [ north end Ri.idiiati's havt cnn- j ivre«l at Sleek' mid Hayli. rr-' spcctivcly. for gniclualion piograin-.' In addition lo Mi- whiti: |!iadu-j nlcs. about sixty-five colarrd slu-i dcnus will finish (he i-i^hlh r.r.idc | this spring. ' Why Women Taki- Ciinlui In describing liow her health irn- irovod after slu- bad laken Cardni. Mrs. Ralph Ii. Courtney, nf Wylhe- vllle. Va.. snid: "I was run-down :ui(l srillcrrd from pain in my side. I wanted to feel well and get. rid of llic pain In my side, so I sent for Cartful and bc^arr Inking it. Tiy the lime t had laken three bottles of Cardui. 1 was feeling much licit?! 1 . Tin- pains had gone. 1 am very plat', to recommend Cur- (ini lo oilier ycnriiL; women.".... Thousands of women lo.slify C.irdul uenented them. If it dors not lx.'tie- fil YOU. consult, a physician. —Adv. 2G1>2 MEN Weftr Cotton for i OOLNESS OMFOKT OL'OR Athletic Shirts Of Cool Cotton EXPERT F ADIO REPAIRS r.y Horace Waketiclil Phillips Motor Co. Another spK-clnl purchase lhat we picked up last week. In all men's sixes. 15c A Reg'ttliir grjc Value Men's Caps Of Cnol Open ,Mt\sh In White Only Of Quality tn KcJI . Mrs. Gtitrndf liiil ot OVmul;-!. OHi. «}'J: '">Ty di^Uior, wa\ so bid 1 *>'<nkl r.ot flare csl tes- uiar mcal^. bi:t lived or. 3tid CEP to: £* Allct I hid fin- ! -= < " rid U4;;i ol . a different ^r»&ii t couli 'e*t iflything a&d tnivf it 1 fui fe wricbt ind my r.fms Vcre rotmit." Kew JlK. UblflJ S) etv. liglliJ !!.»>. Lire,- •(K.tabs. or liquid. *15S. -w«D,o.rrp - Fattvry SERVICE Ofnuine Frigidalrc Parts Factory Trained Mechanics Seisonible Charges Dty «i -rb«K- Nl(bt 414 Everett B. Gee Sales Co. 4»7 tibia EL, was a Famous Host in his day —and the hotel which bears his name maintains, his reputation llor'l Miss MfiMVlllS <;OTTON CARNtVAi, "Sotith'% r.ruiMl V.irly" May 16, 17, 18, IS Free Talking in Garage White Duck Caps They ;irr> of .1 « A line nii.ility cot- I Ml* trin duck. ' &VV I Tennis Shoes \Vith Cotton Duels I'ppcrs g» S9c The Season's Best Value! Shirts & Shorts CpttonyrakcsJIts Place In Style Show In These Delightfully Captivating Frocks Printed Batis'tes White Piques Colored Piques Organdies and Voiles Tim fenson's most popular styles, witli [ilen'ty of hand work ;uul really (Irc.s?cs tliat vou .would expect, to pay SI.50 tn §1.98 for. Sixes 14 to '20 and 36 to 52. More Styling Than You've Ever S(?en in Cotton Frocks You'll declare you have not seen, more 'thrilling styles in cotton wrecks at any price, than we show ydir in these two large alluring groups at $1.59 - $1.98 l^ I'ast Cukir Cotton Wash Dresses A new one if it (a'lrs is our guar- nnlce. and these couif in all siws from H lo 52. Bcgiilar 73c values. Thousands of Yards of Cotton Material m Sheer Organdy and Voile Including Regular 39c Vdliies 25c • In modern Hotel Gay^so tho Hospiial'Ty of t'r.e Old South and the coiveriience of the nev/ Join lo make your stay pleasurabls—anci meTiora- ble. "Famous for fir.g food—since IS't?." .Rates as low as *2$, nM'Ki"' HOTEL C/at/o4o oli ^J M e m p h * s ONE OF THE FAMOUS HOTELS o£ THE SOOTH II Home of Radio Station W M C Sheets in white aixl co!r. : ,-ri brcxidcloth. Sbi 1 .:.. n; fine Swis,:. Kibl-rd Cotton. You won't rqiiAl Ihes?. ,it a eminent 19c Straw Hats A'i !:npr.> nnfl all s'.ri.vs nre inri-i'ii-d and wo are nil! artding i" r 11 assortment, l.isir [ci- II-.! ;• weights are fcaluicd In tin.- -i.voiimcni. ^ - 79c - 98c S1.50 - $1.98 49c Little fiitls Will Dress In Cotton rrrlly Orgiindy arrci Hatisle Frocks ior girls from 7 in 14. with sashes, ties, pleats ar.rt ftiftler. Real dressy little dresses, worth &1.50. Only' 98c I'iquc - l,incn and Straw White Hats CalHiic a'.tcntion again to tb wonderful .selection ol white hals which we picked up til such R bargain and which we pass on to our customers for only. 59c Organdie:;. I'iti'ic Voiles. Batistes and other sheer summer'materials in the wiriest assortment of patterns lhat we have ever had the pleasure ol showing and the 'pccial purchases which we made direct from the mills, permils this special irice, of a yard Fast Color, Vat-Dyea' Cotton Prints N'ol limited to a few patterns 'cither, but 'prints suitable for dresses, aprons, and frocks for children. All of Ihc special price, of a yard lOc You'll Certainly Declare Cottons Are Dressy When You See These Organdy Collar and Cuff Sets 59c featuring crisp organdies, as well as piques and lace ancMict^fcO f+ combinnlions in rthinty colors as well as white. I^P.^Pv Cotton Finds Its Place in The in These 'Delightfully Styled Priscilla Curtain Sets 59c Clipped Dols. Cushion Dots, unit Marquisettes, in white with colored figure* and patterns, as well as solid colors in crcaiii and white. You would expect to pay 19c or more for thess. Large Size 20 X 40 Turkish Towels Highly absorbent .willv cploi'ed borders. 15c

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