The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 25, 1938 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 25, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYtHEVlLLE (ARK.) COU1UER NEWS .WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, COURIER NEWS COMtLIMENTABV TICKET This Ticket Will Admit A. L. Gofdcii & Companion Cariifhcrsiille, Mo. —16 tne^ nrrz THEATER —to s««— "Slight Case of Blunter" Social Calendar THUHSlJftY'S EVENTS Cotillion club mosttiig in Row nooin of Hole! NoMe. 3:00 o'ctoct;. Little Theater meeting at junior hish auditorium, 7:30 o'clock. Girl Scout Coun:il sponsoring rjingo party at Catholic Hall, 3:00 o'clock. Mrs. Hiissell Phillips cntcrtnliilng Thursday Luncheon club. Miss Sue Hamcy awl Miss Boniili: Jeanne Bimtranau presenting Etad- ual'e recitals at First Methodist chnioli, 8:00 o'clock. Mrs. i'. B. Joyiier having Thursday. Contract club. Thursday Aficrncon club meeting with Mrs. C. W. Gnrtigan. FRIDAY'S EVENTS nil's. - 13'. A. Lynch cnlvrlainliig Mid Wecfc BriclRC club. Stated meeting of 6. 13. S. at hall. 7:'JO o'clock. Friday Luncheon club meeting at home of Mrs. Edgar Cherry with Mrs. Boyce Moore as la- hostess. Will Sec Bach Olhsr Oil Screen Members of the First Christian church v.'lll Imvc the privilege ol Mehig each otl)i-r on the screen tonight Viliei several reels ot pictures takel'i on a recent church picnic- in the park will be shown by C. B. FLAPPER FANNY Bits of News Perwoal mceilng of the lifiard Missionary Union o( Steele-Gooter Society—Personal -/'Hull! Some people certainly get snooty when they join a country dub." .IfcCauiey. cf ,'onsuionth, V., who i ^ ™ "»™ ^'"PCCP V lnB *! h «^»: C ?.! d .!J'. ^ d **!f ^ 0 cmics. ni wa" C reScj are the house gue.sU'; of Mi's. McCauley's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Geirgo W. Pnttersun. The jiictures will be shown at Mrs. P. L. Bugler, secretary; Mrs. O. W. McCulchen, treasurer. "Our Town", (luce act piny by Wilder no.v running on the ac:lahvi •eel by Mrs. Mr.'0'utelicn. tiair Hall tonight.* * =» Entertain Osceola and I.ii.vora Club Here .•Mi'. sryj Mrs. Rolnrrd Grtcn. en- tertainrj members or the Luxora ruid OjCL'ote Bridge club and 10 iruests nt a rtinner aucl bridge party at their hoine last, night. .'Ths guests were Mr. mul Mrs. J. A. Pigs, ttiid Mrs. Ben Green of Oscecla, Mr. and Mis. Charles -Mifilin. c-i Luxora, Mr. nml Mrs. Loy Welcll. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Meiinrd~-"aiid Miss Winnie-Virgil Tumor, of (his city. : ~ '">. Bouquc-15 6* roses and l.irkspur decorated the living room, sun parlor and dining room where the guests were served at small tnblivi. In the bridge games which followed, Mrs. Russell Bmven, 61 Lnx- ora, received club prize /or high scorn among the woman, a pitcher of pottury design, and Jesse Brown, of-Luxcra, club prii:c among tlie mcri, handkerchiefs. The women's guest prize, handkerchiefs, went to iirs. Green and the men's prize, a tie, to Mr. Pigs« * * To Entertain lor Miss Mary Grace Hill Mrs. V. G. Holland and Mrs. Rudolph Morris will ctilcrlnin at a miscellaneous shower and bridge party Thursday night at 8:00 o'clock, at the Holland home itv compliment lo Miss Mary Grace Hill •whose marriage to William Wyatl. of JoncEboro, will be solemnized Sunday morning at the First Methodist church. i > * Bliss ileflie N'ecilliarn AVuls Jcmcsboro Man The marriage of Miss Hcltie Lee Ne^dham, of Manila, and diaries llayuiond Chambers, of Jonesboro. •was solemnized Sunday night at the home ol the Hcv. Air. Stroup, of Mahll.1, who performed the double ring ceremony. ift. and Mrs. Chambers were <H- terded by the bride', Fred Neeiiham. and Mrs. Nccdham nnd Tu Sponsor Dance The Jottish I.culies' Aid will sport- o'clock til the Sultan's night, club which .WHS recently opened on Highway 01 near Osceola. An invitation for all to attend IIRS uten extender! by tlio gre-tii). Postpone Picnic. The picnic- originally |)i.Minec! for toncrrmv night by tiie Young People's Sunday school class of the First Methcdlst. church has been postponed of conflicting activities. It wan annoviin. l ed lotlny 'by Mrs, L. t.>. Uuliencr, cliiss io_r. 'I_lic_(l;ue of (lie picnic ulil be aniioimtSd-' later. ' =* % » Out of Tmvu Guests Will Attend Country Club Dance A number of out ot town will attend (he dance of the Country club, tl.v first oi the season, which Is to to given Frldav night nt 9:00 o'clock when Mrs. Everett B. Gcc will be hostess, ar-iisled bj Miss Je. s _se Brown. Invitations have been sent to a i number of in tcwn (-m-sts for this Informal nflrdr which, If it is successful, will be the in a scries of immllily or twice monthly rianc- ln» parties lo be given "by tlie club. Holland Society—Personal Mrs. M. O. Usrey and Mrs. Cecil linne went lo Oxford, Miss, this mtriiing for Mrs. Usrey's daughter, Miss Mary 3paln, who was a stu- <lent at Uie University ot Mississippi Oils year. They iv/JI return .his afternoon. Mrs. T. E. Tate returned last iilglit lusn Little Rock where she lUtr-mled u '.''. Woman's the 1'irst Baptist church for tiin>c -lays. She was accompanied by Mre E. L. Cole, of Osceola. Mrs. Tate .s iirctldent of (he Norlheast Ar- .iansns district. Mrs. M.ii:le Wyatl. who lias been .11 at her hcinc oh Davis avenue for 1 ilay.% Js nou' iniicli Ijetter. Knctley HnrrLs, of New York cily, illendcil lo business here today. Mr. and Mrs. Iloklon Roblnsoii nul son. Tommy, returnc:) last night from Nashville, tcnii., where !iey wci-c (lie guests o, Mr. Robiii- :oii's brother, Phillips Robinson, ind Mrs. Robinson. Mrs. H. B. srenard motored (o .rncibcro Monday lor her con, N. I!., jr.. who hn.3 been a student at •irknmns .State College this year, llicy were accompanied home by ,,vo ot Mr. Menarcl's schoolmates, Alts! Jcati Gardiier ahtt Pfccl Lyons, of Wynne, Miss Gardner retiinied to her home this morning, but Mr. Lyons remained for n longer visit Mrs. Mary Phillips Robinson sue n I Monday in Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. H. Houehins Alrs. Latter Entertains Mrs. -Lewis Lester was Uie charm- Ing hostess to four table:; of bunco pljyeis Friday night In honor of Mrs. Marvin Willis. 'Uie color scheme ol blue and pink mis carried out In the decorations nml refreshments. llijh score award went lo Mi> Sidney Miller jr.. low score to Mr, Iluys Smith and rjunro lo Mrs, Kite) Ashcr. Refreshments nl chicken ji.ilad ssnd'.vlche.s, jcllo topped with v.-tnp lied cream, inillvldii'.il cake:; and lemonade was served. for Mr. and Mrs. Enrl Frye arc Ihc xncnls of an eight pound snii born Thursday morning. The child 1ms been mined James Earl. -Missionary Society Mrs. N. Kom7. Mrs. I', K. render and Mrs. 11. C. Sleek; .sr.. were to the Woman 1 ;; Missionary society Monday sitlnnoon t 'lie Methodist church, 'there w is 11 members and four visitors, Mi l?stcr iUcBrlde and son of Laurel. Miss., who are visiting here. Mi Myitic D:\vis and Mary KlrznbGlh t<vlc. Cn I he ]>rn^rinii 1'hil Kuiirv and Mis. Ncwlierry Johnson :;ans; a ci;!o. "liells of ft. Mary". Mrs. Ii. C Str-clc, sr. jjrtvr :i rcadiir,'. "Tin c Js" and Mrs. NewbiMn Johnson i;ave -A discussion on a ihnpler ol the i»o); r "Like Ulm t by Grace Crowd!, Mrs. E, J. Brooks, wlio has I: n unable lo attend for scvci'.'il iiioii'h bevauso of illness, wan nble Ui \x there Monday. Tlie ho.iteitfes ^t'tvctJ an ice coin c Jndans Have Itciniinii 'I'hc Jordan fmnily hatj a rcidiion . at the home o[ Mr. and Mr:;. I-'i-'iiV I Jordan of Memphis Sunday, cs- pecially compliment ins *lr. :ind I Harbin Do!be Lee Wiliams, small daugh- hinicd lak riJBhrfroVn'Fi"lVo7i'Vlo"! Jlls ' Alex Bn " kcvllv '- of K" 1 ' 1 " where (hey were called by the deajhi^"-,," 110 ."™;' 1 ".'"'^..'.'.^-.,?; of Mr. Houehins' mother. iMfs. Belle Siiiilh. cf Fulton, accompanied her orolhcr and Mrs. Houehins home. Miss Jnanelte Lichteirstein, ot Si. Loiils, wlio hits bccii (lie lioiisegnest cf Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lvnch anrt family lor several days, loft last night for lief home. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham will go to Jonesboro tins afternoon whcte Mr. Cunningham will ad- :er of Mr. ond of near here. Williams dress a group on ">ratcrnal Insur- flrtcs the guests of honor tlicn guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. W Joidnn, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Jtnihn cf Stecle. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hnd- licns and son. BmUlip, of l.illlc itc:k, Mr. ami Mrs. Dan Portis u and daughter of Lepauto, Ark., Mi and Mrs. Arllmr Thompson ;ind son, Bill, of Memphis, and Mis> 6.adie JoKlin ol Ncwbcrn. 'Icnii. Mlv, Joslin .is .sppmling (his ivcrk in iitecle wilh her sislcr. Mrs. Arch i Jordan. Superbly Styled 18 th Century Kroehler Group A period suite of distinguished design uith richl> cTrved hardwood frames Cin be had in colorful brocatellc or veK et coverings A supmalue lomorrow at . . p. A. Colcnian. small son of Mr. and Mrs. rete Colcnian of near here, received a broken arm wricn he accidentally fell from n swing on (he school pln.vground. He is very much Improver! this week nnd Ir, ablo to atten.1 school. There were forty-five guests present Thursday ntght wlicji Mrs. O. D. Sandtord. Mrs. Sam Edwards, and Mru. Lawrence Stivers were hostesses si u miscellaneous shower fjivcn in honor 01 Mrs. Jack Edwards jr.. who wns before her marriage Miss Christine Laccr. 'Ihere were several tables of bridge besides innny other forms of games which included Miss Nellie Mrs. Lmrmr Rodgcrs, Miss Lenorc Norninii, Airs. David Ward and children, Marllm Ann nnd "Skip-, py," of Horseshoe Lake, nnd Mis' i with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Bnullne. She will leave Friday for n visit v'itli relatives in Lnwrcncelung, ''Tenii.'. . •• I Mrs. Miles O. Atwooti lefl c( t do caiHorfftte, says Jiftf/iv/lc ^/Ittf/^ofl d in new 2Qfh Ccnfury-Tvx picture, "Rascals" You don't know what real comfort is until you have tried this new Kroehler suite. It is built with the famed new Kroehler Sturdi-flex seat and S^Star Construction that eliminate all materials that wear out easily. Step in tomorrow and let us show you what Kroehler quality really is. A cniuinc ' ricrr mill- Icgiiiuing at KliOKHI Me-linill ;:may he at prices Skinner yeslerclny, James 'Jerry and Jnnies Gnar:l| are expected lo return tonight' liom Fayctlcvillc where they liuve iiccotnpaiiied home by Mrs. J. W.! Terry, who will visit with her son, I K. M. Terry, and family. Mrs. Bernard Good), Mrs. diaries Crigger, jr., Mrs. James B. Clark, Mrs. C. E. digger, fir.. Mrs. j Ind., where they will make their i The little daughter hern lo I and Mrs. Ed Hampton recently lias , born iinuicd Mary Joe. • Mrs. C. M. Woninck ol ixuvrcnre- burg, Tcnn.. is the guest of her dE'.iglilcr. Mrs. T. A. Haggard. Ask i<> ire (he EI.ECTBIC FOOD anil DlitNK .^IIXEK whifii you may have vilh eacli KKOUHLEli Suilp .without Coil, for a limitef! liim\ ASK ABOUT OUR SPECIAL TERMS .50 LEMONS Home Furnishings Moderately Priced tester revived an ash Irny score in bridge, mid Mrs. Lloyd j Hooker received a linen hnn;lker- ! chief set for nigli score. In the Attend Tea ] miscellnncous gnmca Mrs, Ir« Sercral Blyihevillc people arc- nt-1 2ill " l ei won a ijon bmi dish, tcnciing the tea given this aCtcrnnan ( The hostesses served a salad by Mrs, ,lim Crnin. Mrs. .Inlin ] plate, cookies nnd drink;; at (he conclusion ot the shower. Mrs. Minnie Sovvell and clnnghlc: Merrell and Mrs. John CraVn. of 1 Wilson, In compliment (o Mrs. Lee Mav y Cl)ui;;(1 > w « c !llln WWltC " ;l Visll in Memphis Ing friends. • rv f S , ; mUll (i-of o ; cloVTo«k Mr I tbr; new home of M, and Mra'jim r; ra in ' .from Cape Girardcnu, Mo., where' « i . I lie hns been attending the JTearhers College. J. Louis Cherry, Mrs. Harry W. for low Iliiinc.s. Mrs. H. II. Houcliins,Mrs. A. Coiuvay. Mrs. Roland Green and Mrs. B. A. Lynch arc among giirals intending the tea in Wilson this afternoon in honor of Mrs. Lcc Wesson. Among the Blythcvillr. people who at (ended (lie hoal dance In Cnfntliersvlllc lust night were: Mr. and Mrs. Lin Kelscy. Mr. and Mrs, ' loc Col: " n " lias ™t""'c<t liomcj over Rilcy !}. Jones, Mr. and | Crawford, Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Dixie and Mrs. W. II: John McDowell. Slate Knterl.iin.s Club onlv ' Mrs. Fred Child wns I ho t;u:sl ol Ihc Tviesdtiy Bridge club when il-s members wore entertain -i 11ny11 - Inr ' 1 Xlrs ' Loir ' Darnell was Ihc pnosl Mrs. A. C. Haley is ill at her: limne on xviilnut street. • of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Wilson of Wednesday night. 1... J. Galcwood wns home over llu- weekend visiting his parents.' Mr. and Mrs. Dud Ciateivood. Mr. I'atcwood is an onrollcc In tlie CCC camp at Haytl. Clrucvn lies) and Heart Courier News Want Ads. Mrs. Chambers is the daughter of Mayer Loui;; Needhatn nnd Mrs. Needhain of Manila. Alter graduating from the Manila high school. she attended the LuVcra Beauty Echcci in Jonesboro. Mr. Chambers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chambers, was educated in (he Jo:iesb-,)ro schools. Ke is employed st the Midwest. Dairy ProJucis Co., and the couple, will be ct home for the present vfith his parents. a.1 ed at the home of Mrs. Hunter C Sims yesterday afternoon. Lunch was served at small (ablrs in the livinp, room which wns drr- oiatcd with summer (lowers. Mis J. Kick Thomas war, higli and Mv:: M. A. Isaacs, second hiph in (lie' "'""I?- vvl ~ o navc t|Ccn attcndlns saniM which followed lunch, " » • » (ii-.idui;lc Jlonorcd Will; !iU-ak Swiiiiur Mtes Anita Strache, ;, mciiibL'r of this year's graduHtimr o| n . w O f Hi! city hisu s.-hocl \va', boiioral with 11 steak supper civcn by |, r r inciber. Mrs. I.aaist Striirho at the Rustic Inn Monday niahl. 'fire guest list for the :itT;ur in- clw-'eit raven at ,\[i : ,-i i-u.ielie 1 * friends ard hci num. Mrs' *lva ; p-:i|]i»m. <>f SpriugiH-1,1. M,,.'. \ vllo j Is Hie lK.-us«nc.s(. t,f u, 0 straclics for several da-.-;. the Qtnle Tenctiers College at Cn (iliardcau for thr past year, rue liome nnd arc plntming to spend the slimmer here and return to "oilcge in the fall. l.awrencr Cassldy of Cariiihers- vilie, wns the guest ot Mr. and Mr,. Cliiy Wilson over Ihr weekend. Mrs. J. F. Pounds of Kloisf. 'Venn., is the guest of her ctiiugh- 'cr. Mrs. Garvin Wilson, tills week. riul> ML'* JeaiiL-t'f L'Chem'chi, of at. Loui-7, who has he'jii the hi>U'X>3Ui*t of i«r Cnurr, Bwl. Lynrl), ii-.. s>nj l-i is Mr. aiirt Mrs. B. A. Ir/nrf], was a gviesl K Mi. and Mrs,. Scdney !... Banister i.wl nisriit when they entcrl-itncrl members of th» Tuesday nfjht Supp°r club. •Dhmir was served dt small tables which bad bouquets of lose buds nr.rl gyposyphclia a.s centerpieces. Other vases ot .inmAier flowers sx-re arranged throughout the hense. In Ihc caret gamra which followed, Mrs l.arry W tloints was lil^h siiiwiij fhc women, Wd Mr. Bimis- t?r, among the men. Mte jjchtcn- etelii tva.3 prefenfed a glit. * * » tJelpdjan? Install Officcts Mis. .G. 6. CaudlH te vhsMlicd eft president ot the IJelphlari Kne Arts by Mrs. James ti Clatfc at a njecUnj of that group this min;mng d the Hofel urobli 1 when Mrs 6. W. McCuUl'en presculed thft program. Ofher olftffrs iustdilM wore: Mre. O. Vf, Di/lahunty, »ke pr.side H;r Cln!; l'.ivt.v (Ml the inteilm- ,.f i Matron'.-, chil, stl-nde-'l lh- prlv given xsfcerd^v nlifinoon by Mr ; , ,lo« (.;. Tj-ct'ir.-hDiaiiii :vlien Mi V Lloyd sitekmon rf.-jivcd inn club prize. lingerie. Klnwer.-, from lire ht)-,(:-v;' 511- decoratM her home. f\\ "th« con elusion or tlw briilji- gam o 5 a salid plate was scrvtd. SAVE MONEY ON Groceries iHGHRSt QUALITY GAMES MKL DlNllNG- DANCING Special Dinners IM-ATE LUNCH SHOUT OHDKKS Private Booths Ql e.MC.oe an uk R oom If8 $195 $89 1935 Plymouth Sedan ........ _ Hood Shape ............ N 0 -liafa 1931 Chevrolet Coupe Rons (iood .......... (inort Tiros' 1$3G Chevrolet Vi Ton Pick-Up .................... . $275 Wwfi • ......... t.niv Mileage 1935 Chevrolet y. Ton Truck ........... - ............. $165 A mrjMhi t 1936 G.M. C. lV a T«u Truck .............. ........... $375 J.oiig W. I)., stake Body, [(cat Kay. LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. R. M. C. TRUCKS OI.DSMOWUIS 307 E. Main Sales & Service tMionc 329 "SOME CROWD. WHAT FOR? BlGUOW TAltOR MADE RWCS" 1-7 ht ^ r thai Thon join llic crowd making A bcp line for our BirjelowTailoi- ' Madcs. There aio up (o 101 IIOM which to linri (h*i ">ust light" one (or your toom. TvTade ol Lively Wool, in solid colors, texluiea aticl slunning pMtcms. BEFORE ARMSTRONG'S Inlaitl Linoleum will arid lo the bcauly o{ the Kitchen and Bath room, ns well as oilier rooms of your new house, or il will TRANSFORM your Old Kitchen Hoor in(o one easily kept, and maUe possible a beautiful room, "Remember'—A Beautiful Room Begins With The Floor." % t^ j£ Mrf'^l Lei. as show yoti how a Border and Feature Stripes add to the beauty oi your flcor—and at a small additional cost. Sec wmplrs nf Iligrloiv Allan- Ifc IVIKnn Iraf ilfsiRtis. ;ind let IT inrsisnrc ,v:tir room f6r a rug Iri fit tl. rricc, quality ron- ddrrcil, will Mii|irh;c jou. Srw-'l'iililc ("hcsl, larj-c and roomy Chesl willi tr;iy .............. ('best with drawer Other chests, priced from 29.7;") 2<1.75 All nrc Wnlnnt Veneer iiml AJ:ipIc cliMls, anil l!ic \tiii will \vnnl. MONS Home Furnishings Moderately Priced 'SSS3HS

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