The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 15, 1934 · Page 2
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SLTTH1YILL1, (AM.); JTOUKQEE UlWi Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS .. - The Central Ward P. T. A. will mest at Ihe school bulMlng nl 3 o'clock. Bible study of Clmrch of Christ meeting with Mrs, Burley Freeman, 2:30 p. m. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mld-Wcek Bridge club being entertained by Mis. A. Corrany. Mrs. Everett B. dec having Thursday Luncheon club. Mrs. N. n. Mcnnhl having Thursday Bridge club. Dunce at the country club, 0 p. in. '. Pilgrim Guild meeting at the Lutheran school. 2 p.m. Wonder class Lake Street Methodist church hnVIng fish fry, G p. .in. Baccalaureate choir practice Baptist, chureli, 8 p: in. Etude Music club meeting with Mary Joe nnrt Ann Uuchnnnn. < 1'. M. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Hy Shy Ny Sunday tcliool class of first. Baptist elnirch ineeilng will! Miss Cordelia Wllhite, 1:30 p. m. UNCHANGED turner Miss Florence Anan To Wed Philip Feinbevg Mr. and Mrs. We.lt Arlun have announced the engagement oi "'their daughter, Sclma Florence. "''to Mr. Philip Felnberg, of Cape . airardcaii. Mo. The wedding will —be solemnized June n al he Hotel • Marquclle ol Cape Glrarcleau. . Miss Arlan Is a graduate of the Owenstorb. Ky., high school ami laler allended Western Reserve University at Cleveland, Olilo. ' Mr. Feilibcfg, who is Hie son "of Mrs. Morris Felnberg of Ptok- scial Sakln. Latvia, WILS educated in Berlin, Gsrmany, and at Kovnn University, Kovnn, Latvia. He Is now manager of Ihe Mlller-Wohl store at. Cape Girardciui. Gridiron €lnb Banquet The members of the staff of Ihc Junior Hi Herald, a local school paper, published by the Senior class of Junior high school, and members of the,Gridiron Cluli will be entertained at o banquet given by ihc sponsors of the paper. Miss Hazel Sample, -and Miss Monta Hughes ill Hie Hote Economics Robin of the high school, Wednesday. •The Gridiron Club is composed of the .people 111 school who arc li'ot oh the immediate staff and \vho have 200 words of acceptable material for the paper. Bette Proctor wtib hns been cdiior tor the past term will preside as toast mistress. Carolee Wood has been named editor tor first lerm next year. president ary. and 14 oilier leaders in this organization, on a lour which included visits to Hot Springs, Prcs- colt and F.I Dorado. Refreshments were served In the social tiour. Brldc-F.lrd Is L'ompUmtntal About 20 employees of (he Kress store met al the liome of Miss Adma Matomxv Wednesday evening caslon will be the llun. Orvll Zimmerman of Kennett. P. T. A. News for a kitchen sh given In honor of Miss Matlle Payne, bilclc- elecl. The pink and p.rccn color scheme • The. senior high P. T. A. Tuesday May 8 with Mrs. I! Lynch presiding. This week l>eii Niillonal Music Week Mrs. Tlpto piOBram chairman, prcscnled a pi-ogrmn on music. Bits oj Ntics Mostly Personal Henry Kawlc-s of J.eaclivillc al- mli-tl to biLslne>s here ychlcrduy. Mr. and Mis. J. K. WhU worth (I as tlielr i;uests Sunday Mrs. A Haidln, Mrs. J. C. Fraziei, rs. J. W. Hardin, and Miss Ozclle arclln of Helena. Saturday they id a.s lliclr i;uc.sts Mr. and Mrs. rover Whilworlh ot Booncvllle. rk. Mr. niul Mrs. Floyd While and illclren on Id. spent Sunday In Para- Mis. E. M. Bryan and daughter, TUESDAY, MAY IB, 1934 Uncle Remus Stories Come to Life in Marionette Show Hundreds ol school children ed. Is on n record with an nmpli- crowded the city nmi:i.orluin i"cr lor ' al 'BC auditoriums. :iis nflcrnoon for the nisi puppet : This t!ionp, which is the only ••how In Ulylliovllk> saw eharactcis Tony Sarg company on the road, the Undo Remus stories walk, jC-.uiH! lure from Ihc mimicipni talk, .sins; and dance In a clever I auditorium In SI. Ixnils, where performance. The same performance, given by \hv Tony Sarg Marionelle com- p.iny, will be repealed tills cve- 11111;, H o'clock. Adajdo ((luiccrs I will also give a colorful dance, | tlu-re will IX; a soprano who will sing her Ix-sl witli a good looking] man al tlic piano, a prize iiyhl is be staged, and the finale will the parade or tile puppy pup- JH.'li. Although pupiiets are new to many people of this city, they arc MI old, old nit. Such doll-like torms were found In tombs pealed thousands of years ago. The nrt koi-amc. so popular in Ilaly that It jllicy have been |)laying for a week. S led o Cooler Society — Personal Gladys Gltllsnd. daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. George Gillland. Ralph Rushing and Charlie Frank Brooks have returned home after completing the course in the cotton school at Memphis, Geraldlnc Davis ts able to be lip after being ill for H week with bronchitis. New-berry Johnson and Atty. Roy HarjXT spent the latter part of last week in St. Louis on business. John R. Arnold left last week to make his home in Flint, Mich. Dr. J. h. McDahlcl and family ad as their house yucsts last. ftk Mr. and Mrs. Shelley I Stiles •.. of Caruthersvillc and Miss aiy Lou McDaniel, who has re- urncd home from Uion, here she had been teaching. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Travis have this country wnicu Is generally Hen. s|>ci)t Sunday In Flat River. ID., where they accompanied Mrs.! known as the native land of the ryun's grandson home after a puppets. There Jorilor lUdaedh Mrrtihcrs llfinor Mothers With a Tea Members of the. Arkansas. Illinois, Missouri chapter of the. Junior Hadassah honored their Inolli- ers when Ihcy had a tea Sunday afternoon at the Hotel Noble, when the mothers were guests of honor Jor the 125 present. The blue room was adorned wttli floor baskets of garden tlowcrs against a background of plhk roses nnd peonies In the windows. This made an attractive setting for the large pink and green basket fiillcd with kitchen utensils to where ihc bride-elect was sealed. The bunco prize, a bracelet, went lo Miss Willie Marler. Ilien rcorc prize, lin- A summary of the year's work was given by inciins of yearly rc- potls of the chairman present. Mrs. Llndsey. ntmncc chairman, gcrle. was won by Miss Geneva lc l )ortMl n tolal of $100.93 rnlsed Gurnow and the low score prize. l)} ' txr committee ttmlugh vanisli- .1 handkerchief, went to Miss Do- lu ^ Parlies, rummage sales, tag line Gnntcr. ti;> >' 5 - " '"lien party, magazine Mib- A delielous salad course with ice scl ''plions and concession booth; at, refreshment table with Us coVer and centerpiece Of Incc sllvr bowl of snapdragons, roses, carnations and swcetpeas on n reflector. This was flahked with ivory lapers In silver holders, tied with punk tulle bows. An assortment of cakes, candles, r.uls and dates were served with lea by members of the chapter. Miss Fannyc. Becker of Slkeston, Mo., president, welcomed Ihe guests and the response wns Riven by Mrs. S. S. Slcrnberg. Miss Lcnn Hiller of Maiden. Missouri stale champion pianist, played two piano selections "Concerto In C Sharp Minor" hy Chopin, aiid "Vlenrse Waltz', a poem "I Am a Mother" was read by Miss Huth Goldberg, Misses Mildred Land. Florenco Arian and Miss Fannyc Beck gave a skit, and Mrs. Morris Taxmi, of Memphis, spoke on "Mother;, ol Today Versus Mothers of the Past." Guests were present from Memphis. Osctola. Caruthmvlllc. New Madrid, Portnsevllle, Rikeston, Cape Glrardcau. Mnliten. vllle. Manila and BlylhevlHe. Auxiliary Has Prnshim. A discussion of Poppy Day atul the obserVahbs of National Musir. week featured the program of Hie American Legion auxiliary Fridav afternoon when Mrs. Howard Proc- lor, president, and Mrs. Loy Welch'Service entertained the group al th- Wclch home. The 15 present heard Mrs. Paul L. Tlpton arid Mrs. George M Lee sing two ducts arid Mrs. Murray Smart pity a piano selection Mrs. Paul Orecnwtll spoltc on "Poppy Day" which is to be observed May 26. The group will attempt to sell 1.000 popple* on that day with proceeds lo sent to the disabled veterans the World War. Other business Ukeh np Included ten was served by the hostesses, Miss Alum Mnloney, Cilennicc Bennett and IJiH Haiclin. Wednesday Club To Go TII Ilrlcnn McinlH-rs of the Wednesday Bridge club. Mrs. Max D. Miller Jr., and Mrs. Elton W. Kirby will to Helena tomorrow where they will be guests of Mrs. W. B. Tanner, a former member of the club, at a bridge lunrhcon. Mrs. F'arns- vvorth mack will join Ihc party In Memphis. .Club members who will ^o are: Mules. Clarence Vollmer. W Pollard. W. n. Milliard, lla Kirby, .lames H. Itell and John Finley jr. Ihc tournament. Mrs. Walpolc, membership chairman, retried 151 members, which was 51) iwr cent of homes lepre- srnled. Mis. Usrey's hospitalilv roinmittce reirorted a piniir behig eiiru tin- srnlore that day. Tins roinmlitce .sjionsored tcvernl oilier! siclnl aclivities of the association ! borne of the projects that were cairied out by the project coimnll- sll licre. Mis. H. A. Smith and son. oilier, were in IMiagonld Sunday ith Mr. Smith. J. is. Whitworth left yesterday ir Tuscaloosa. Ala., after spcnd- it! several days with his parents. Ir. anil Mrs. J. E. Wliltworth. Mrs. J. w. Whitworth went to temphls today here she Is to \m- ergo an operation. She was tic- otnpanled by her son. Frank. Jnck Applebaum te In Memphis or several days. Miss Ola nob Harris, who has cen ill for n week, is no belter od ay. Mrs. Karl Kroger lias returned i her home In Oklahoma Cily. Okhi., after spending two weeks vith her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. \. Black. The condition of Ficntley Craw- 'ord. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. "rawford of Gosncll. who is critically ill at the Ulythcvllle hospital Iran malarial hemntnrc, is unchanged today. Dr. Paul L. Tiplou Is ill al his hr/me on <Jhackas;uvba avenue. Mrs. Wolf Aiian and daughter. Miss Florence, untl Miss Naoini Pelnberg. left last evening for St. Louis lor a week's stay. John Sparks left yesterday lor his home In Liberty, Mo., after a visit with Ills niece, Mrs. A. Conway. and Mr. Conw.iy. Mr. and Mrs. G. o". Caudill and Gerard, spent. Sunday in capo Olnmle.-ui, Mo., where they attended I hi; golf lournamcnt and met John Caudill a student n University ol Missouri, Columbia. Waller Uowcll jr., spent the week end nl Walnut Ridge. ' Mrs. Cha.s. F. Wood s|x-nt the week-end ut, Carutliersvillc. Mo ! attendiiis; Hie school commence: men! exercises, of which her niece' Miss Virginia Belle. Eastwood, Is d graduate. Mi:.s Nelle Uc Donoh was guc-st ol her flMer-ln-law, Mrs. C]m.s F Wood Sunday. She was cinoutc to - Wnrlh. Texas lo attend the Southern Baptist convention Mrs. C. u. Ruffin is rapidly re- covcrins following the amputatiori limb just below the kn-e • W. H. cilover has gone io Hock for two weeks. I aic three kinds of pup- ixts, the "hnud" or "guignols" ol lie Punch and Judy type, llic icil" puppets, i»sl known to Hie Javanese and Burmese, and the miidonetU-s, such us arc pcrrorm- licrc. The lallcr are worked by .-Airings from above. The puppets, often of wood, are about, one-third life sla.\ The stage, props and scenery arc made on the ?ume scale, giv- mt! Hie illusion lhat they are Hie siw. The people working the strings talk nnd sing for Ihe characters while tiic music, specially nrrang- Tlic wedding of Miss Irw Jjjng- ucrc and Mr. liurnice Stantield lias been announced. The ceremony was performed al Caruthers- villc May 4. Unth arc members of piominent families In the New Survey neighborhood, where they will make their home. * • • Mrs. Lcyon Earls has been named president of the Steelc high school alumni association for the coming year. Miss Hazel Weaver Is vice-president and Russell Frakcs Is secretary-treasurer. Mines. J. H. Workman, A Rhodes, Sam Hamra. John Parks I Jr.. J. F. Bogle, if. L. Yeager and plastic-1 Misses Jane Bogle, Myrtle Barnes '""Mary Newt Carr and Dorothy Yeagsn- attended the mothers and daughters banquet at Porlftgcville Tuesday night of last week. Mr. and announced Mrs. Tom Perry have the birth last week ol a daughter al their home at Cooler. Mrs. Perry is the former Miss COMPARE ALL OUR PRICES LIBERTY CASH GROCERS Specials for Wednesday • Thursday STRAWBERRIES Q , 7c of one Mrs. Little tre headed Mrs. Koclitlt/kv were examination of (lie loottall «muul, aid In Im-.ise ;o house can- NDA activity in inbercul-1 crippled children's seal 1 vnss for osLs and Hayti Society — Personal j sales, hilllon and clnthinr. furnish-! Mr ' nml ^ ri!: - M - J-, Travis and n ., vd. siraisomt xile and sane H-il llil(il eu and Mr .and Mrs. Gro'fry •>••>—-•— •- • (j ' lr _ ohnson • • 1'ifh Fry riannril Tin- Wonder Sunday school cla.« al the Ixike Street MellioiliM clmrch will have a fish fry Thursday evening al Biirfielcl. Members are asked to men .it the church at C p. in. where tr.ins- I-ortalion will \x provided. • t » Dllljlllrr linrn Mr. and Mrs. Walter Holt announce the birth of a daughter! yesterday noon. Thr baby. who. 12 pound 1 ;, has l)ccn named ' Mildred Marcella. IJeforn her mar- i lintiBlit «ins hooks, - Nonary and pliiy K i-, nm d ..-qnipmrnl Kt ' hno1 :>ml fi ilv<1 •' Picnic -mlors lor Hie membevslilp ° r ,, lo " <lrlvi 'Mrs Hubb.irci. ill LT[K)I[ Iroasurcr. ."•llowiii!: a pave tutal on h.nd rlazc Mrs. Moll was Miss Mildred I 1 ' 5 JIL ~ S Hransconib. ol ra.M ;,n ( | n taliinn ol S7.M. Mis. Sanders wn.-s a]>piiii:lrcl chairman ( ,f :, cominitli-e In ,ol- >"'t "Id fountniu IKIIS to br sent I" "iilicinnl headquarters (or n project 0 ( tlu-us. Tlic con>tun;.oii was n-ul hv •<• --ecictaiy, MIS. DillaliiinLy '''"• atli-ncbncc prize waa'woii Hold Ext-irises For Graduii ' Class AI "• Junior liish p. T. A. u-.el nexiay m. ^ p. ,„. . [L i v || lr!l •i girl's choiin. arrnaipiiilcd Hu-s Hood, san? Iwo .^lections proficient's invssngc was members of (tip p. T. ,\ In obscrv.uice ol Music week. motored to Blythcvillc nnday to see !icv. E. [>. 'crocker 1 Poriiigeville. who is in Hie fily- hi'villc ha-spitnl suffering from In- u.-ies Mistnined in an accident *' viral dny.s api> when his car col- io'cd with a (rain between Ix-ru nd lilytheville. Mr. and Mv.s. lien H. narknvit?.. lauulil.-r Bsti-r. and fun Hi>b>,y in •ranpnny with M. Harkovitz" .'.ml Innglitcr Anna drove in Hivihu- •'illn Knnilay and allenrinl » Mother's Day procram at tin- Hntcl ^obk'. i-iven by the Junior llaci- ' and Tile Ki-v ,|. H. Climpcre liiiriihlor. Mi.v ivn Lllc anil Anna M.ii Khnnric motntnl to J«nr.vbo!0 Sunday nfleriioon. That veiiin; Rev. Comiwve doliven-d ie Ilacrnlaiirrate sermon at :|ie Hn|i!iji rhim-ii there for llr srad- rln.v; or che Jontslmio Hip- list. roller -n.oy wrc t | 1( , cl|( , Ms of Dr. .ii:d M rSi n cil , y the ordering of tire medal to givefi « junior high student excelling In clllecnshlp, ns is done annually, plans for having graves d«eor»t«d on Dtcomion Day with MBM». Robert Bliylock. Edgar Borum »nd W. J. Pollard as members of the committee, a report of the distrtct conferences at, Jotwsboro glren by Mrs C. E. Crigger »nd »• report of tlic state rehibilitatlon conference, |imi by Tralnlns" lalk by Miss ha«:o Noffrll „.,,.„.,] Ky. visited willi whilc Saturday attcr- Tirk llit r Cau.sc-ci IValh KEUMfJXI). Ore. (UPi-,\ i lltn |,v lick carrying spnltfrt : rv rr , hc u-lyne (Jhilton. Uill Wilkin- A social aliation. Members son. Lawrence Thompson. Kcnr.eth of the cla • '' ot Ihe senior class will Is Forivst Randolph; xaUiialori'an' ! f" tcrtalni ''t by the P. T. A. at .r^'lic LOB Randolph; 3rd ciinrlcs I1 ' c " lc Fr| day afternoon. May 18. Tralnor: 1th. Abw narkovll?.: 5th Anna Mae KhoMric. Tlw best nll- -onnd student is Forrest Randolph The senior play, -in T],,. i,Y x i Koom," is to be given Wednesday evening" at the auditorium. . . .... .. Thursday craning the Junior- Jin, Howard Proctor. Mrs. Proc- senior banquet will be helci tor accomjanled Mr*. WllUtwl Friday evening commencement' EXPERT RADIO REPAIRS l»y Horace WakefleM Phillips Motor Co. HUGIDAIRi: SERVICE fif:i:jir.r. Krigidairc Paifs !••" l' i v ] 'Mined Mecliaiiic-,-. D.IV 1,7 -I'hniir- Niplil III Kvcrctt B. Gcc Sales Co. M7 Main si., blythevillf GROUND BEEF Fine for Mc;tt Loaf Pound 5c Uockv Ford Eai-h FRESH TOMATOES Pound VEAL ROAST Or Chops Pound GREEN CABBAGE Pound 12ic 2c FLOUR Sii'Sl.70 LARD •IS Mis Best Compound 12 Us. - 21 Us. - - 85c Pound Tie SALAD DRESSING Table Garden Pint - - - - I5v Quart - - - 2 : >c SUGAR Ue.st (i run ilia ted 10 Pounds 48c SAUSAGE Kin-; Pure Pork Pound lOc COFFEE Stinnv Brook or Canova Pound 28c 2UI) Size Slici-d. BEEF ROAST Or Slcw ONIONS ORANGES BACO CHERRIED SALT MEAT SOAP PICNIC HAMS (Brisket) Pound lOc Boilinjj Hunch 3c 25c Krey or Swift. I'ound Kc-d Pitted. No. 2 Cm ICnch ITic 12ic lit-st Pound 7 I Z & (',. or Ciyst;il White :i (Jianl B;irs for Sm;tlt Pound 14c Head 5c SALT MACKEREL POTATOES \A\rKc Sl/c Knch 15c I'ounrt 2c MUTTON CHOPS Or Roast Pound 15 c Uunch 5c Milk J'cd. Vtill Drrsscd 1'onml Stuiidard. N". /2 Can for 25 c Uoserfalc Quart .lar 29c FjSH MILK Stricfly 1'i'csh Uivcr Cat 'Pound 25c Col(aj;e <>r Van Camp fi Small or 3 l-arge 17c Marriai e Made Bar to Sleek Teaching Jobs STEELE, Mb.—No marrkd women will be engaged In the future for places on Ihe teaching staff of the Steete grammar school, It was decided by tlic school board last, week. The board announced that the high school faculty for next year same us that of this the addition ol Miss I as study hall coach. , Katlwril!c > ' ecpcr "'" Only 52 per cent, of the lion of Russia are Irue Russians. Miss : accorcli »tJ 'o a recent census. I " : which excluded Ukrainians. White Russians, and one man who their guest. 1 ; Mrs. Harve Hancy nd son of Hayti. Mrs. Anna Smith is visiting elallves in Monticello, Ark. Prepare for Frontier Days CHEYENNE, Wyo. (UP)—Look- IB ahead lo the annual celebra- inn of Frontier Days, to be staged Cheyenne busi- havc subscribed for expenses of the great Tie this summer, ess men already 4,255 odeo. 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