The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 29, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 29, 1939
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?AGE.TWO. BLY.THBVILLE, (ARK^ COURIER NEWS COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket Will HAmU S. L!" Houston & Companion •Burdttte —to: .Uie— " '• Hixz THEATER ' —to «>e— "UNDER WESTEK.Y STARS" FLAPPER FANNY - COP*. I»»IV Wi MtVlCC. *W. T. M. U«. U. S. PAT By Sylvia Is Hostess To Club Mrs. Ted King was hostess to members of the Double Pour Bridge club arid' one guest, Mrs, Bob Gwynn, fcr luncheon aud bridge yesterday-.. afternoon at her home. Tiie decorative note was Spanish In keeping with the luncheon -which was planned about Spanish delight. Spanish scenes ornamented the tallies'for'the games. Mrs. John Foster was high in the bridge games which followed. > * • * Is Guest cf Club Mrs. Robert Grimes wns a guest of Mr?. G. D. Hammock yesterday afternoon when she entertained memoe'rs of the Thursday Dessert club with ft party at her home. An "autumnal motif was -carried out In the party deceptions. Fall flowers ah'd tallies were in the seasonal colors. .The hostess • served a dessert course' of caramel ice cream nnd cake before the bridge games. Mrs W. W. Sltaver received high sc:re prize and" Mis. Tom Bradsher, low . score. * * * Name Bridge Club .The.Delta Contract club Is the name chosen for the bridge club whlch r «as formerly called the Wednesday Contract club. The new name was decided upon yesterday ai tern: ori when the members were entertained at the home of Mrs. Roiond Green. Roses were arranged about the Green -home ami seasonal tallies were .used for the games. The hostess served a salad plate High sccre prize in the games went to Mrs. W. D. McClurkin. » • » Son Is Born •A son was bom to Mr ; iincl Mrs. W. A. Crulcher of University City, Mo, Tuesday. The baby, who weighed seven and one half pounds, lias been named William Scott.-Mrs. Crutclier is the former Miss Virginia McCall who lived In (his city before her parents moved to St. Louis. The Crutchers reside at 733 Ambersl. J * * * Sliss Frances Parsley^ Is Wed to.'Tim Brecden Mvs. Leah Frances Parsley announces the^arriage of her daughter, Frances, fo Tim Breeden which was Eolemmzed Sunday, Sept. 17 at Fulton, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln of Trenton, Tenn., attended the couple. :Mr; and Mrs. Breeden are making their home at Trenton where Mr. Breeden is connected with a Shell Service station. * * 4 Entertains District Btard With Luncheon Mrs. T. E. Tate, district Baptist W. :M. U. superintendent, entertained members of the Northeast district board with a luncheon yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. c. Honey, W. M. U. superintendent of -Greene county, in Paragould. Mrs. Theodore Logan, Mississippi county superintendent ond Mrs. H. B. Tillman, of Osccola, county ytung people's counsellor, attended the party from this county. Various colors-were used In the decorations. Placecards were maps of the district showing the six as- scci-lians and napkins in the'vari- ous shades were made with the different insignias of the auxiliaries of the W, M. S. A gold Ian- tana was used for the center of the dining table. ' Cities represented were Corning. Walnut Fudge, Piggctt, Osceola, Newport, Tuckerman and Blylhc- ville Miss Irene Chambers of Little RoA, state field worker, and the "lie of the pastor of the Parn- gould Baptist church, and the president, of the Paragould W. ;M. U. were special guests. It mis announced that Miss Chambers will be the conference to be held at Luxora Nov. 7. Mrs R. L. Hcnson, Young People's leader fcr the district was assisted by Mrs. Tate. * • * Knvc Shower For Mrs Eupha. Btaslcy The Rev. Eupha D. Beasley, win is resigning as pastor of the First Church of the Nmrcne,' was honored with a party and shoxer spon- rored last night by the Woman's P. reign MLssionarj society and the Youtt<? Woman's Missionary soc.cty /or the entire church The Rev. Mrs Beasley is planning to enter evangelistic TV ork follov in? the church conference which con- senes In Uttle Rock next v,eck. •The: affair-'wts given on the lawn ot Mr. and Mrs J u Tyrone's > home Lights had been strung o\er , the la-jn on «hlch seats had been ' arranged. '• '. Games were played before a des- ,-«rt course tf ambrosia, cake an-I Iced tea was seried Numerous gifts including a Bible Mid a winter coat were presented •* the gucsl of honor by members of ..'the congregation wh:m she had ' scned for six years Bits of Newi Mostly Personal* "I better eat thig leftover ham. If I don't, we'!! have it for supper an' I can't stnnd it for another meal." CaruthersA'ille Society — Personal W. M. U, meets. The program of the W. M. U., svhich. met Wednesday afternoon at Uie Bnptlsl church, wns tlevoteil to the observance of strvte missions. About 25. members were crescnt. The theme ot the meeting wns, "A Pnnorama o( Missouri." The following nppcnrcd on the progrnm: Mrs. a. M, Pierce. Mrs. Abo Daltiier, Mrs. Charles Dorrol), Mrs. William Swader, Mrs. Clisrles Hoss nnd Mrs. Betty Lynn. Mrs. Pierce, president, announc- Eti llial the Royal Service meeting '' itcn fair. Biloxl and Gulfporl, nrrivccl here Sunday for a visit with their mother, Mrs. Ada Martin. Rev. Lloyd N. Means and family returned this week to his home In Norwood, Mo. Mrs. Sum Kramer hnd as weekend guests, her sister, Miss Hanoi Webb, and Miss Hartctise Knuckles ol Bolivar, Totin. Jack Garretl, who accompanied .' next Tuescmy in- of- Wednesday became of the '" Mrs. Wrtght Entertains. Mrs. Gordon Wright entertained members of her club at her home Tuesday night. Mrs. Marion Barow won high score prize for la- lies, silk hose, and Floyd Bnrii- har) won a tie as men's high score urize. At the' close of the evening's play the hostess served cheese sandwiches, crackers, coflce and Icefl lea. '•'».• Miss Tinslcy Entertains. Miss Mildred Tlnsley entertained Harold Bishop of Kansas City, divisional superintendent of, the C. I. T. corporation, has rcUirncd home after attending to bijslncss here tor a lew days. Everett B. Gee attended to business in Memphis yesterday. Mr., nnd Mrs. P. W. Bellongrath of Pine Bluff, and Mr. and Mrs. James A. Matthews, of Memphis' will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs] J. A. taech for dinner and the Biythevillc-Plnc Bluff fcotball came tonight. i Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Halnes will have as their guests lor dinner and the Blythevllle-Pine Bluff football game tonight,, Mr. nnd Mrs. ! Wallace Wltmer of Memphis. I Dr. D. 0. McLean is seriously ill al (he Dlytlievllle hospital. He was removed tiiere yesterday and at present, Is not allowed to have visitors. • . Nancy Burr, who attends school In Osccola, will spend the weekend here with her parents.-Mr. and- Mrs M. T. Burr. . Nancy McOill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McGill, is resting well at the Blythcville hospital >ol- lowlng an appendectomy perfcrmed Inst night. Mrs. Jnmcs Barksdale underwent a tonslllectomy at the Walls hospital today. Mrs. M. T. Burr was in Wilson Monday \\llli her grandmother, wills seriously ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jack Mllllgan. H Is hospital today. sons who wcro issued free rcadhiK ^ Bc ' st Roso Display: Mrs. R. c. '', r ,' her f "'™ell sen cards because Ihey were unable toi Brimch of Pe ™n Point, Mrs R c cll " rc " lomcmw night purchase rrfcmbcrships Of this' B ' a " ch of Fcca » p o'nt, Mrs Loy . "^ successor In this number. 11,364 were luvenile books i W ? lch °f Blythcville. ™. I* 10 ? 011 . b y «* 8«iet ond 10,980 were read by ndults. The library gained both In mein- to a Annual Membership Campaign For Library Supported By Public Near After having had a most sw- itsful .year, the Blytlieville Ub- iry Association' will launch . Us !iiual membership drive Monday. Of the 22,272 b.oaks lent to Bly- thei'lllc people during the past 12 months, many were read by per- Adams, Mr. and Mrs. W B Burk- ctt and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller of Basselt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ixw- rance, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams. Fred Smith, George Florida. More Results Are Announced Judging of the floral exhibits now on display at the MUslssinnl County fair was concluded yes tcrday, Previously, mm-H-olds and zinnias liad been Judged conteats were ns follows: ; Specimen rose: Mrs R' A Copeland of Blytlievllle, Mrs B A Bugg of Blythevlllc. Mrs. Loy Welch of Clythcvllle. Rose display: Mrs. R. F1UI)AV,.SEPTEMBKR. 29, 1939 ./ "• " ternattonal Lesson will be , Sunday school services are at 10 o'clock and there arc both mornljig and night preaching serv- On Sunday, Oct. 8, the Rev L. p. Scott will conduct both preaching services. Best Specimen dahlia: Mrs, ~,,..^.,*,,.,, uiiimu. .Mrs. A* i i a , —1-"...^.. Thomas F. Hudson of Luxcra Mrs . 'i ln e a(lviso ''y b oard al Iho Thomas P Hnri«nn nr T,.„„.-',»__' church ccnfciencc which convcnfs . me norary gained-both-In mem- ,*, "'"° '• """son 01 uixcra, Mrs. r ..., r bcrs and books with 339 new mem- "lonias P. Hudson of Luxora, Mrs. ,"J, bers added and 5D5 books «'croj V- C ' Miller of Blylheville. ,£, ill the circulation gain of 3,683 over tiie previous year. In addlllcn to bearing expenses of operating the library,' the association had the building redecorated. • Funds raised in the membership drive will, be used for operating expenses and the purchase of more - i- ~ "• -••*.-« ... i^vi^g UA DIVU books. It. is planned to, continue Collar of Joiner. M' T ' le mas F. Hudson of Luxora, Mrs.' n,?,l Thomas F. Hudson of Luxora, Mrs i,,!, E. B. Rogers of Blythcville. Mixed display: Mrs. George W Barham cf Blythevlllc, Mrs. L. P' Bowden of Joiner, Mrs. Dave Ab- tott', Route One of niythevillc. Centerpiece; Mrs. c. M. Abbott Route One of Blytlieville, Mrs B Mrs. , A. Bugg of "Blythevlllc, Mrs Grant the purchase of many new chll ilren's volumes because ot the constantly increasing Interest among the young. Wild Flowers: Mrs. B. B. Childs of Pecan Point, Mrs. Grant Collar of Joiner, Mrs. W. L. Smith of Ar- Bouquct: Mrs. \v. morel. Winter Wallace of w'ilson, Mrs. Gladys Tant of- Blytheville, Mrs. R C. Branch of Pcenn Point. Best Arrangement of Vegetables or Fruit: Mrs. Gladys Tant of Blv- theville, Mrs. George W. Barha'm of Blytheviile, Mrs. W M Wallace of Wilson . o e ransas oosers Mrs The:dore Logan b able to be club, who has been in charge of out after having been ill of a cold jirc-game sales Many Osceolans To See Game At Memphis OSCEOLA, Ark., Sept. 28— Seventy-two tickets have been sold in CEceoln and nearby territory for Ihc University cf Arkansas and The judges who officiated' at the Mississippi. State College football' MidSouth R>ir in Memphis were game to be played in Memphis secured by the committee composed Saturday afternoon, according to of Mrs. B. A. Bu Bg , Mrs. George Joe W. Rhodes, chief Osccola W. Barham and Mrs. L H Moore booster of the Arkansas Boosters »«n«i.. . will at_ — Little Rock, return, she will make ......arUrs for her work In this city. Much constructive work was (lone at the First church during the resigning pastor's six years there. The church group was increased from 30 to 2?5, a building was redecorated and now a new building program lias been Inaugurated. Much civic work has been done by the Rev. Mrs. Beaslcy including her service with the Red Cross. She was serving as Civilian Home Service chairman at the time of her resiRnatlon. for scvcrnl days. Dick Tipton, Homer Besheares and Calvin Moody, all students at Union University cf Jackson, Term., are spending the iweckend here. Jack Garrett, who accompanied Thev c all >e home with Mr. Tipton's Mrs. Gnrrett to.'Memphis. Friday m -thcr,- Mrs. Paul L.Tiplon and Mrs. where she became a patient at the J. I/- James, Miss Mary Sue James Baptist hospital, returned homo Tuesday nnd reported that she is much improved. Mrs, Gnrrelt's mother, Mrs. Hugh Holt, left for Memphis Tuesday lo be with her won. daughter, • ' "• and Miss Ruth Harper, all of Caruthersville, who were in Jackson last night for the Austln-Pcny- Umai lootball game which Union wou. 4USK..1.., , . i Mrs. Tom W. Jackson .Is able'to. A nine and one-lmlf pound be .up after having been 111--for J: a daughter was born Monday night few days, to' Mr. and Mrs. John Dtmavant. Mrs. punavant Is the former Miss Prances Barnett. •'' Mrsi. Jimmlc Tipton,' nnd ^son; Jimm'ie III, spent Sunday in Kennell witli her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Barnes. Merry Nell Lane visited in Kennett from Friday until Sunday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dickey. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lane, drove over Sunday afternoon and accompanied her home>. Miss Catherine T'atum spent the week-end In Kennett with her mother, Mrs. R. M. Tatum. Charles Walton made a business trip to Kennett Tuesday. Misses Jewel Williams, Betty Robinson and Elizabeth Fields were ..»..« ..»..u. ^,i *. iv.jivj t*n.\_ 1.1.11 ii im HUUtll&VJtl itILll I* 1VU nembers of Her bridge club at her Blythcville visitors Sunday, ionic Tuesday evening. Those pres- Mrs. Frank Wilks and Mrs. Jere :nt were: Misses Mary Jane Ben- Kingsbury motored to iett, Mary Jane Crysler, Mnry Crews Jr^lin, Katherlne Tatum, Miss Dorothy Ward, Miss Nan- Ernestinfi Wilkes. Annie Laurie ni e Garrett ana Mrs. Goldie Fish- llpton and Mrs. Ruth Peal Good- er spent Wednesday in Memphis, nan. . >'Miss Wilks won high score prize. mt >". • Mrs. John Garrett and daughter, Kate, went to Memphis Wedi manicure set, and Miss Crysler nesdny. was awarded consolation, a cos-j Mrs. H. A. Tboinns of Warden metto set. Ice cream and cookies were served by the hostess. was in Cai utliersvllle Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs." Henry HIckerson nnd grandson, Billy Walker, and '"old Pollack Sapper. Joa Owens were Caruthersviite vis- Members of the Eastern Star Itors Tuesday, and their families met at tlie Ma- • ;; At The.Hospitals ;• • '- 1 , - : *-<-..^;- If- ._. Blythevilli; bcspltal Nancy McCJlll, city, admitted. Glenn Hardman, Number Nine, dismissed. Memphis Methodist hospital W. M. Presley, Etowah, admitted. Memphis St. Joseph's hospital Mrs. Guy Wilson, Holland, admitted. J. E. Ledford, Steele, admitted. Walls hospital Mrs. James'Barksdale. city, dismissed • . It has been suggested,;'that'minia- .\Ir. Rhodes has handled the sales and publicity fcr this territory for (He past three seasons. Osceola has twenty-seven members in the University Booster Chib. Several parlies among ihc young married group and unmarried couples are being formed for the giime and the dance at the Peabody Roof in the evening. Among these are Mr. and Mrs. Tim Boles, Mr. and : Mrs. W. B..Marshall, and Mr; nnd Mrs. Ray Mann of Marie. Included in the young unmarried couples are Dixie Lee Quinn and LeKoy. Wildy, Billie Nichc-lson find Clementine Bowcn, Josephine Fra'_zler and N. B. Ellis of Wilson, oja. "crowd in Memphis. ; .Other family groups going are Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Segravcs and Mary Virginia Segraves, Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Polk of Keiser, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hale, Mr. and Mrs To Hold Services At Manila Sunday Night The Rev. N. T. Tnrelkcid, pastor of the First Presbyterian church at Jonesboro, and a group of his workers conduct from that services at church will the Sixteen Community Church of Manila Sunday night at eight o'clock. This church was organized about four months ago through the work of Miss Rosalie Duclcs and picm- bers of the community. Previously there hart beu no organized religious work within n four mile radius. - Miss Duclos, daughter of the.late Mr. and Mrs, Frankie Duclos, is a graduate of the Moody Bible Institute of- ; Chicago... She opened,:.a three weeks' Daily ,Vacaticn Bible School there and through' the. cooperation of the community workers, son.g services and preaching services were begun. Already t< song books, literature, seals and'a piano have been se- Pope. Dr. and Mrs. L. D.! cured for this non-denominational . Mr. anrt Sirs. Ed Wiseman, church -building which was form- . . . , Mr: and Mrs. Joe Rhodes and Miss Catherine. Harwell, Mr. and VJrs. Hale Jackson. Mr. and Krs. 3. S. Laney. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Butler. and son, Ben and Gene, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rcse ofi erly a schcol. Members of the community invite and request the public to wor- ttire balloon tires mounted on Roseland, Mr. and Mrs. Charles bumpers woulci take the shock. Cpleman, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Driv-1 cut of stop-and-it traffic and curb (err Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Whits, Memphis parking. The tires arc ten by|Mr. and Mrs. John Binford White' four inches and carry eight pounds J,Ir. and Mrs. Minor Taylor and of pressure. 1 Bobby Jones of Keiser, Mrs. George APPY CRO.& OUR MHT. FRT3E DELIVERY 109 W. Main St. I'bonc In Rev. Beasley Resigns As Nazarene Pastor The Rev. Euplia U' Beasley, who 1ms served as pastor of the Hrst Church of tlie Naznrene for the past six years, has resigned her |;cs!Uon lo cio evangelistic work it was announced today. She will preach her farewell sermon at the Has Been Postponed The meeting of Die Townsend Club, No. One, originally scheduled for tonight, has been postponed because of the Blythevillc-Plnc I31iuf football game and the Mississippi County fair, it was announced today by officers of the group. The club will meet the following Friday night al the court house, Her successor In this church will be chosen by the general superintendent, the district superlnlen- ccnfcrencc which convenes week at Little Rock. It has been reported that established air routes directly serve a little over one-fcurth of the population, and of the 4000 cities in the United Slates with more than 5000 inhabitants, there nrc only 210 cities on the airlines. The oak is the tree most frequently struck by ligh'tning. England has had no record of a beech, birch, horse chestnut, or holly being struck since 1932. Blue Laslex 'Gabardine . .Lcalher'Trini i • 7/8 .Spanish Heel ;,'AAA"to B NCNV Shades Fall Hosiery 79c to §1.25 W «=I_OVO A. iHinriE' .5E H OE S~ • o o/ t conic Hall Tuesday night for a During July, 1939, 170,313 reve- Jctluck supper. About 50 people nue passengers were carried by vtre present. Following Hie sup- the domestic airlines of the Unllert icr Use members held their rcgu- Stales. During this period, 7.511,- i ar business meeting. It wns an- 305 airplane miles and G5 054 539 nounced that the next meeting Oc- passenger miles nerc flown cbcr 10 will be postponed because of the Grand Chapter mecliiiE, which will bs in progress Ui St. l.ouis at that date. Dr. and Mrs A. D. Martin Wcbbtcr Droves nnd Mr. and Jalvin Martin of Chicago, lave been vacation ing togethe PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed B<al IVicew H* Kirby Drug Stores NO AERIAL NO GROUND H3DEL 6D4I3- powerful citCutt.,,. ped , , , nrcJ groanH. Rich, i A provisional Issue made In « British. GUana In 1856, one of the j , rfioSt \»luable stamps in Ihs world, Is Insiired for ^,000. in 1873, it ' IF IJ HASN'T A V/AVEMAGNIT . . , IT ISNT A ZENITH Hardaway Appliance Co. 5th & J ADAMS, Mgr. , I'lionc, 2« - - SI-CO !MM»Bi!«3S>"«!KS»WSB^^ Moitcl illinir.i!ci<-1 7 1'J I'.i.-ianl One-Ten Touring Seil,in $97}* (irliiie siiicwall lira cxi™). Buyers swing to PACKARD by thousands as 1949 models delight America! M AYm: YdU'Vi st-M-ICU-ii iliiil sonictliing liki; this »•;» happening'. ;uiccs in Packard hisiory! PACKARD DKAI.UK. NOW. VOUR M.'iyhc, in fact, you've lielrtcd spread llic word about the new 19!0 1'ackacd. But not even llic most r.iliid 1'iH.k.ird (.in \\otilj have dared to prcdicf how far that swing to Packard would go. Deliveries during the thirty days ending Srriicinbcr 20ih were I51)?i ahead of ihc simitar period list It' mcuhi that car buyers have discovered that, ihii jcar. Packard haj a cat that is incredibly gouJ. Ant! ibal Ibis pnlsc-fi?trck- ctiiug Packard t,tn twit: be baifgbt for tiltte more than Ihc siit.illcsl jn,l dicjbcst urs! In fact, Packard's 1'jiO J>tict5j ait llic lowest AS* THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE In (ha 30 day ptriad ending Septembsr 20(h more Umetat manypatkardt have be«n d«liv«f*d aj in lH* slmflav period lait y«ar. MOTOR SALES COMPANY W.' 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Monday Kijlit ISc ft 3Gc ROXY Matinees Fri.-S»t.-SBn- *dmliislfln »t»ajs lOc & ZJr Friday - Saturday THE WILD STALLION" A COIUMBIA"P'VCTURE with Fred Stone and Rochelle Hudson- Also cartotn x- "llairk of Continuous show Saturday Sunday-Monday Stand Accused Phone with Robert. Cummings and Helen Mack, Also Fox News & Comedy

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