The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1938 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 20, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLVrfiEVJLLE (ARK.) COUlilER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 20, . COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET mis Ticktt -Will Admit T, A. llollis * Companion Manila, R««tc 2 —to me— KITZ THEATER —to see— ."GUN MW" Social Calendar BATURIMY'8 RVENTR Mrs, W. D. McClurkln and Mvs. J. \V. Adams, jr., entertaining chapter" '"'«" of 1'. E. P. Eislerhood with luncheon Saturday, l!00 o'clock. Follow FOiuiu of'clly Wall school having formal banquet in dining room of Glcncoe Hotel, 1:30 o'clock. Entertains Itonk Club. Mrs. C. E. Wilson wns hoslesi to the Thursday Rook club and four guests, Mrs. Allan Rushin Mrs. Theodore Logan. Mrs. M FiUshnmons, and Mrs. John Fca thcrstcn at an afternoon party :i her home yesterday. Mrs. Wilson's home W«B deco rated with bouquets of summei flowers from her own garden. A the conclusion of the giuncs, shi served a dessert course of caki topped v.'tlh strawberries nm whipped cream. * * • Entertain for Sons And College Guests. William Faught, who is a stu dent at Arkansas State college a . Joiiestaro, and his brother, Beth any, who is an instructor Use-re, and seven of their friends from the college were entertained at a dinner parly Thursday night nt the home of their ' parents, Mr. mid Mrs. W. J. Paughl. The two course dinner was served nt tlie dining table which had ns its centerpiece a bouquet ol spring flowers. Quests from the college .were: Mr. ami Mrs, Guy French, Mis.- Emma Rogers, Miss Eleanor Ilcu- ver, Miss Amy Little, Miss Mur- tlm Lou LassekT. James Mason. < FLAPPER FANNY Bride Elect Is Visitor "' "Just sign those loiters for mo, Miss Priss. And if anybody .culls, you can rcuch me at the playground." .* Ehii'.pen, of Ojccola. The ijiiests spent Die day viewing; rugs which had btpn made by the Parusould wcmcn who have been hooking for >ome UniL 1 niul the rugs of Mrs. KluB, and doing hooklne of Ihc-ir OH1I. At noon :i buffet lunch was served ticm a table which luid a crystal, :eutei|)icce of larkspur, cornllowcrs ind cori'opsi^. 'llic party was arnuiccd by Mrs. yarnsvvorlh Hlack. lias Afternoon 1'i.rty. The Rose room of the. Hotel No- bio wns decorated in roses ami Jarkspur yesterday afternoon whei Mrs. J. E. Hfiason I'literlalmx members of the Thursday Con• tract club and Mrs. Loy Welch at a party there. The party scheme was carried out in ftoi'nl tallies and matching Ecorepads used in the bridge gamo in which Mrs. John F. Lentl held liigh score. She was presented an antique vase. At the conclusion of the games. a salad plate wns served. * A • Fellows Forum Club Has Formal Dinner. W. D, McClurkin, superintendent ol the city schools, mitl B. A. Lynch, president of the Farmers Bank and Trust company, ivere guest, speakers nt the dinner given in the. dining; room of the Glcncoe Holei by the Pel- lows Forum of the city high .school Joe Burnette as president of the club introduced Mr. McClurkin, who spoke on "Chemiirgic," oncf Mr. Lynch, who discussed the "International Aspect of Banking." Following the program, there was a formal presentation of newly elected officers. They arc: Cookscy Dodson. president; Jot Billy McHaney. vice president Hunter Sims, secretary; Willian Qeurin, treasurer; Charles Martin publicity agent, Miss Rosa M. Hrfrdy, prlnclp.i of the-high school, and Miss Effie IfK Terrell, sponsor of ihc Forum, were guests at the aflaii last night. Tonight, the Forum will con elude their social activities will a formal dance ot Ihe Woman 1 club at which Mrs. Russell Farr and son, Russell jr., are entertaining. * * • Jewish Society Jlccts Fifteen members tvnci two guests. ..Mrs. J. Zwolg, of St. Louis, anil Mrs. R. Sarsar, of Memphis, were present at a meeting cf the Jewish Ladles' Aid society held in Temple Israel last night. Plans were made for a tlflnce to he held in Button's Night club, Highway (il, Oeceola, on Tuesday. May 31, at 8:36 p.m. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. The group also made final ar- rnngepienu to give away a Chaise Lounge on July lotli in the Cirm Theater at Gsceola. Proceeds will l<e Uocd for the benefit of the La. dies' Aid treasury. * . » ' V Is Hostess to Club Mrs. .Byron Morse was hostess to members ot the Thursday Luncheon club ycterday afternoon at her. home. Bridge games followed the luncheon which was served at the dining table. A centerpiece ot spring flowers was used. In the games, Mrs Everett B. Gee was high. Hooking Party Given Mrs. Harry King ol Hoxle. rug hooking expert, was guest of honai at a hooking parly given yestcrda) at Hie Womaiw club whirh. was attended by 23 interested "addicts' to lliis latest pastime. Included in the party were 12 ladles from I'aragould, Miss Eva .COdkc of Luxora, who 'is the • housejruMt of Mr. and Mrs. W. J .WjnderHcl), • tnd Mrs. Ins flub Mrs. Wulluec Wiliner, of Memphis, was a luni'hcmi yuesl of Mrs iV. U Horncr yesterday when Khe mtl tin: Ml;l Week Bridge flub. Spring 'flowers were used in the .'enter of the dining table at which he two course lunch wu:> served in the bridge games which followed Mrs. U. A. Lynch received I he hlgl score prize and Mrs. A. B. Falr- Icld, the low score prize. To Attend Marker nl(CM(r<m Simd.av The Elliott "Fletcher chapter of lie United Daughter. 1 ; of the Con- cdcracy will alien:! the dci'itration ci vices of a marker to be held in ;rawforttsvillc Sunday aftci'iioun at J:SO o'clock. The invitation was ex- ended by the Crittonden comity chapter. Valedictorian Of Armord School jlioul lias Picnic As one of Use closing activities )f the school term, the students of the Catholic school were cnlcr- :nlncrt (it a picnic al Walker 1'ark ;csterday when about •!•! of the i ;ioup attended. The clay was spi'nl in playing jamcs. A lunch wns served to Ihe guests lit noon. Son Born A son was born io;lay neon to Ml. and Mrs. Allen Huddleslon, of Brinkley. Ark. Mrs. Huddleslon and oaby are al the Walls hospital. Wilson Society—Personal Miss Maurine Harrison, above. s valedictorian of the Armorel nlBh school which lias iUs commencement exercises Friday night Armorel Scliool Graduates Five On Friday Night Bits of News Mostly Penocwl Mrs. J. 1). O'Shca. and son, Jplin Kdwiird, of 'lallulah, La., have arrived to spend the weekend with Mrs. O'Sliea's parents, Mr. am Mrs. W. A. I'Mwards, and family Mr. anil Mrs. Edwards met. then In Million. Mr. niul Mrs. Claude O. Whitworth and Miss Allianel Whitwortl .•spent Wednesday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Richardson «•))» li.-ive teen residing in th Matthews' itpiirtmcnl, are niovln Id the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cm nnvls ou clitckasawba street. William and Bethany Faught wll arrive borne .3iinduyi from Jones hero where Willliim Fausht is slildcnL and Bethany Fa light, Is a Instructor at Arkansas State col legc. William r-.iuglil will spend th summer here with his parents, M and Mrs. W. J. Kiiiighl, but Belhaii I''«n:jhl will be here otily a week before he leaves for Oklahoma A. and M. al Stillwater, Okla,, where lie will do work on his Masler'i; degree. 11. A. Lynch is attending a Federal Reserve bank meeting In Memphis tiKltiy. The condition if Lcc Meadows, two and a half weeks old son of Mr. anil Mrs. Jim F. Harwell, is quite serious today. The baby was removed lo the Memphis Baptist hospital fjun.'lay alter having become very ill that day. Mr. Harwell is with him. Mrs. N, F. Knighl loll this morning for Atlanta, Ga., to he with icr son, Frank Knight, who underwent an emergency operation ta appendicitis several clays ago. (lib condition is very good. Mrs. Charles Perry will go It Memphis this afternoon to be will J. P. Holland, who is 111 in a hospital. Mrs. Holland, sister of Mrs Perry, has been with Mr. llollaiu .since lie wan taken lo Memphis Sunday. He Is now improving aftei having been (iiillc ill from inllucim and possibly pneumonia. Mrs. C. O. illros ant) family an moving into the home they re ccntly purchased lit 027 West Wa) nut street formerly occupied bj Mr. ai:.1 Mrs. David Travis, who' me moving into the home on Chicknsawb.i avenue where Ihc families of Mr. mill Mrs. W. D. Webb and Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Or.lcr lived. The Webbs will reside about a mile above Ynrbro while • Ihc Ozim are living tempo-' tarily in n luiiler on Maiii and Division streets. Misii GciaUliue nylce is spending Ihc week in Muncio, Ind., where she is tlie guest cf Mr. niul Mrs. Ollis Roush. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Welch are spending today in Memphis. Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mrs. Mar-' shall Flcltl and Mrs. Jack Parker arc spending the day in Memphis. Airs. Bernard Gooch and Russell Phillips were in Memphis this afternoon. Marion Hiimlolnh Smith and liny Smith, children of Mr. ami Mrs. Randolph Smith, are spending (lie weekend in Osceola with llieir Luxora Graduates To Get Diplomas Thursday I'UXORA, Ark.--The livenly- Uirce graduates of the Luxora high scliool were presented their diplomas Thursday night by C. B. Wood, president ot the school board. Herman Lynch, vice president of Ihe chisa, awarded tlie following medals: Science, Era .Stiinficld; English, Jessie Lowerins; Activity, Herman Lynch; Commercial, Leon McGarrily; Athletic;;, Alvin Ifii-ks; Scholarship, Dorothy McMui Mathematics, Wanda Bailey; History, Edward Worsley. Tlie honor graduates me: Vule- iliclorlan, Louie Neal Rogers; Saln- tatorian, Nora Payne Wright. Read Courier News Want Ads. ROXY Admission always Iflc K 26c Matinrrs Hal. & Sumlny bt slions—Hnx OfTicn Open 1:00 '.in. .Shuns slart 7:15 p.m. Everything for your enter tainment and comfort. Admission Matinee lOo & 26e Admission Nhjhl 16e & 36o Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests TONIGHT Miss Jeanelte Uchti'ii.slein, ol St. Louis, v.lio will arrive toniijhl to (be guest of Mr. and Mrs. 1). A. Lynch for n lew days. Stic will tc joined here by her fiance. Bert Lynch jr., who lia:i been in New Orleans attending n sfiilc tanker;' convention niul has been cnlliir, in various banks throughout Mississippi and Louisiana. Demonstration Club News Notes Friday - Saturday Two Gun justice' Hctly Tim McCoy" and Com 11 son o cartoon it serial, dun's Tiiji to M:li'S." luinp; Saturday. Fla!,li (ior- Cuniiiiuu'.is I If the generator cliarcc Is tot I In'Bli, the lamp bulb filament may out. .Vilson 1'. T. A. Meeting 'Dip Wilton Parenl-TtKiclier As- .ociation held its lust meeting ot .he school year at the nchool auditorium Thursday afternoon with ibout thirty-five mothers and eachcrs present. Mrs. Thos. Laney, 'etiring president presided over tlie >usmcs:> SCSMOII. Mi,ss Marj' Hill read .he president'.! message tallowed jy an annual report 'of the trcivs- ;irer, whicil showed that over $150 >vas spent this term for free soup itiri sKiidivlclies lo the umlrruour- clied children of (he school. Installation cf oflicers were as follows for the cc-mini: year: Mrs. I), i'.iiis, nvesiMiii. ;.irs. Thos. Laney. vice president. Mrs. K. P. Cullom. secretary, Mr,-. W. J. Lud- wif. Ircusurrr, and jay, vhgie Rogers, historian. A class of five .will be graduate:! at the Armorel Baptist church auditorium Friday night at 8:00 o'clock when Oscar Fendler will make the address ul (he com- mcnccmenl exercises of Ihe Armorel high school. Miss Maurinc Harrison is valedictorian of (lie class and Miss Minnie Kisscll, snluttUorian. Olhcr ninnber.s i»f (lie senior group arc: Mnx Watson, Miss Nora tlagan and Miss Doris Anderson. Music on the program will be rendered by Mrs. C. C:. Bothcrton and a specially arranged choir. 'Ihc citizenship and scholarship awards ivill be made on (his program by J. 11. SmoUicrinan, president cf the school board and Arthur Vance, secretary of the board Among the afTaire planned for the seniors before graduation wns trip to Mammoth Spring Tuesday. They vver eaccompanied by tlie junior class and their sponsor. J. O. Hobgood, Leaving Armorel at '1:00 a. in., the group cooked break- fust in tr.c open at Black nock. At Hardy, the group had lunch and drove through this resort lnkin K pictures of Spring River and other scenes. At Mammoth Spilng. they visited the power dams. On the return trip. tl:cy went through the button factory at Black Rock. Tlic Blackwatcr Home Demonstration Club met al the home of Mrs. W. M. Jolliff Wednesday. The inccling was called lo order at 2:W o'clock, witli Mm. W. D. Bui't;rlt. vice-president, presiding ill the nb- ^'.•iK'C of the president. Two new mrmbrrs, Mrs. W. M. Jollilt and Mrs. Clyde Jollitr. were enrolled Mrs. W. M. Jollitr was elect-jd Mrs. LHirgcU. the poultry ciiair- I mail, made some sui^geotioiis for rriiiiinrj poultry. i>lic uumjesled thai it li> wiser to keel) tlie younger chickens from the older ones, separate the cockerels from the pul- cl.i ns .soon ar, possible. Mrs. Phillip;; ,tlie Yard Improvc- inont cliairman, guve points on bcauLifyiiiH the yard with Iknvcis md on transplanting rose cuttings itul killing the iiitldciv on roses. Mrs. W. M. Jolliif. Home Managii- rurnt Chairman, gave a deniun- •jtnition on the use of a vacuum cleaner. The points given were cleaning rugs, cleaning hard woo:l floors, and walls and cleaning im 1 - nitiirc ivitli Hie use of ;in aituch- ment. During the business meeting grain! pn rents. Graduation Exercises Are Held At Keiser THEATER Sunday i Monday S|!i!ci;\l News Reel sliowiiif; ltd 1 (icniilc and activities of Hl.vthovilU! ami i\lissiKsip|ii County. Sec yoursi'lf on thu icvocn. Plira fcnluru piclurc iloosior Schoolboy with I'ox NRIVS ami Comedy Admission 10c. & 'He Sunday - Monday f£SWEL MlfKfV plan raising money for the social half lioiir was discussed. Tlie next meeting will be at the Uhick- walcr si-liool on June K Sun. * JJon. will not be I'al U;i Nights :\t tlic lloxy thi, wwl la the adtlcil allradiwi. or MDWBRAY • BILLY GILBERT • ALAN HALE GRANT MITCHELL. ERIK RHODES LEE PATRICK • HOMO VINCENT AJ«iil.l<i>rrioiJiicii<<it.Dlrtcl<dbr.MnBlyini«.j St«tr> flai lit Gliliudt Puiccll a.vj Scbt.l Utls\\ selected shorts. Also Admission l Niclit 3Gc SATURDAY AMI MGEL mm SHIELDS [DWHi3 tmiVi • HILUAH CDUID. PiricnttJky MONOGRAM PICTURES Also News Comedy, plus SPECIAL NEWS TtEEL Shcnving pronlc of Blythevil RITA OEHMEN RAYWHITLEV Dl'mllrf iir C* V «J Ka MVoJuted by Sttt Gitrof. 1Ykr Olhti Dial*. REISER. Ark., 'May 20. — The Keiser High School graduation exercises were held in tlie school auditorium Thursday night. There «'cre fourteen in (lie graduating class, with Miss Christine Turner as valedictorian ami Miss Helen Moore salulatorlan. Hairy B. Anderson, class president, presented the school n troplij case that has b«cn built with class funds. Joe W. Rhodes ol Osccola d=- livercrt the commciKcmcin addrrsi, alter which Supt. W. E. Pigg pie-' sentrd me diplomas and B wards. The Baccalaureate r.orinon was preached lasl Sunday nlghl by Rev James T. Randall. Music was furnished by a school choir. Members ot the dais are: Brown Siscc. Nfargarct Rcbblns. Ilarrv H. Anderson, Frances Anclilin. itor- tcusc Nichols. Christine Turner. Una Bowles. Jhuinle Lou Brarkell' Jiiantla Lowe. Nellie Gant. Doris I'ishrr. Helen Moore, and liubv 'Ihompson. su cartoon &, "Trrasure i I:laml." Contimiuus showing. ] Aifmisslmi (111 5:00 p.m. lOc * I j AiliiMwioii after 5 p.m. IGc 4 26c A Mrs. W. R. Wilson of Mtmphb. Tcnn.. is here fur a few ilayr; visit in the hcroc ci her son.'w. F. when Wilson and family. Mrs. E. Boni of Memphis arrived Tuesday to spend ihc week vlrtting with Mrs. J. A. Apple and family. Wesley Vfllson of .San Antonio, Texas, is visiting In Hie home of his sister. Mrs. Glovis Crockett. The Kcv. :md Mrs. U. D. .Scgn returned Wednesday Ironi 11 ten d.iy trip to Klchmoml, Vn.. attending the Southern Baplbl convention. They icpoit a line meeting ai'xl ;v lovely trip. Mr. end Mni. V. B. Woddell ma-Jc l business (rip O Helena Tliurstlav. near-riot was r.HUecd hv the wagon load of limbuvc-i made In Hie United Stales it was driven through the slrrels of Monroe, Wis. A-new Clrrman honibi-i 1 is (•npa- lilo of 302 nilier, nn hnur. It. u a sinjle-soater ixjwcred by a ii8f> horsepof.vcr engine. The plane I Herbert capable of a 28,00fl-fiiot altitude, DINING-- DAiNCING Special Dinners r\,\i'K LUNCH SHOUT OKDKUS Private Booths Rfvenue iMssengcr iniics llo'.vn by Ihc airlines "cf (hr United -itates during January, 1938 lo- lalcd 27,110,800 miles. GOOD RADIO SERVICE ' COSTf IStf TRAINED EXPERTr , * t " ' - COMPIETE fwfins EQUffMEW LOW PRICES Xi Buy a Fan Now „ „ „ * Enjoy It All Summer! While .sivclfcii.'ijv (ciii|)ci';iltirc.s [Jipvail oultloor.s you c;m Ije * cool us a cucnmlier righl in your own home. Kn.itiy llic cool, rolrc'sliiii); lucc/.c.s of unc of lltcsc new ck'dnc fans. All si/.cs—all kiitils—all prices. LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF ELECTRIC I'ANS EVER CARRIED IN BLYTHEVILLE ICvcr.v luiisl of fan von rotilti wniil, iiu'lutling ihr liirgc pedestal (ypc, rciliiiR fans, rxhau.-sl fans; and the small tk-sk tyiie. Sunday - Monday 'WATCH Ci'PDUUP. RV A DAGGER t HIS BACK!' Qlencae (jliil and Gluk Room REPAIRED TOM LITTLE CHEVROLE CO. PHONE 32 "19 Years oi Service and Square Dealing" Also r.iramcunt News & Comedy G( . Amu. Sun. Alat. & Night ifi c & Adm. Monday JIatinrc lOc & Admission Mon. Nijjhl IGc &

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