The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 24, 1939 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 24, 1939
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NKWS < - • COUK.IER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET • This Tkket Will Admit Nf»l McHaney & CompJiiion Lucrrtllle ,, >" —U the— KITZ THEATER —to see— "DARK VICTORY" Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Cro-Tat-Em club iiiccliiig with Mrs. Carl Cain. Mrs.'George A/Hamilton entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Double TFoai Bridge club meeting Vvith Mrs Ted King. Mrs. Rodney Bautslcr having Thursday: Contract dub, Thursday Afternoon club meeting mth Mrs. Louis Applcbjiiim. Mrs. R. P, Klrsliner entcrtitlnlnE Thursday Luncheon club. Mid-Wcek Bridge club members and husbands having party at home of Mr: arid Mrs. W. L. Horncr. Mr.-oiid Mrs. LaGronne Whittle and Mr and Mrs Bob Qwynn entertaining' Club Informal nine o'clock at Woman's club. '' 'FRIDAY'S . EVENTS Mrs.-George Sliatnllii mid Mrs. H. E LflShot liarmg ten, 2:30 o'clock, at- Shamlln liome. Fine- Arts 'department, Woman's club, meeting 3.00 o'clock at club. SATURDAY'S' EVENTS Mrs Hiram Wyllc, Mrs Roland Green, Mrs. Chester Caldwell aiul Mrs. Fred. V. Rutherford cntbr- talninp with bridge luncheon nt Hotel Noble, one o'clock. Club Has Guests Mrs. G. K Nabers and Mrs. J. P. Friend played carte with members of the Tuesday Contrail club yesterday afternoon »-\en they were entertained in the home of Mrs. A G. Hall. Mrs OHIc Poster of Los Aiigelcs, Calif, was a tea guest. Garden flowers . decorated the rooms, j(h:re iridgc was played. Refreshments were served nt. the ccncluslon of the games In which Mre V. O. Holland was high scorer and Mrs. V, O. Miller, second. • Ladies' I Aid to Sleet Tlie Ladies' Aid society of the Temple Israel '.will meet tomorrow night alright o'clock at the home :of-:.MT5.' Morris Nickels, 11 was announced today. : • . . Mrs. Meyer Graber, president ot the group, has urged that all members , Attend this final meeting of the seSson f 1 , •'•>•' Class Has Taehe members Sunday" sen pbl class PresbjlCTiovi church of "the Berenn of the First , \\cre enter- _, tained. with a parly al the home of Mrs Ray Worthmgtou last night. Chinese checkers were played OH the porch of the Worthlnglon home. Following a brief business session, refreshments were served. All. Members Attend Afternoon Club Fart) All the -members of the Tuesday Afternoon club attended the party given'.' yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs J E Bea.s.lpy, Roses, bachelor buttons, .daisies Far Cry From "Little Girl" Fashions I'lounrcs of clustered pleating which open, petal-like, when the dress is In motion, (lisliiifiuislicil Mainbochcr's lirowu and while crepe lie cliinc print, 'two pleated panels' fall gracefully over Hie slioiililm. Notice the sophisticated lines of bodice, a far cry from tic cirl" fashions. \VEDNIGSDAY, MAY 24, 11)39: Miss Virginia Martin To Receive Degree June Fiftli Bits of News Mostly Personals ; Miss Virginia Martin, daughter j of Mr. and Mrs. Tom P. Martin of Doll, will receive her degree June fifth from the University of Ar kansas at Paycttevllle. V Ilor bachelor of music degree will be awarded with a double rrm- - jor In piano and organ nnd a minor In music theory. Wednesday at tile University,.she will present her I graduate, recital in piano, aftci 'having given lier organ real il Kussell Motley, who has been a student at I he University of Ala- Sunday, bamn at Tuscaloosa since mid-1 I' 1 connection wiUi her musical term, has arrived home to spend studios, she has served as licasur- his summer vacation with his cr of Sigma Alpha lota, national parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Moslcy, professional music fraternity, and family. ' I Besides being an outstanding Miss Martha fx-e Hall, ID, j,,. music student, she.has engaged in slniclor in the ncnlon Mo ' llumcl ' olls cxll 'a curricula!- aclwi schools, has arrived homo for 'n tlcs ' shc is ft memte >' of Swastiki visil with her parents, Mr ancl wllich ls miu!e "I 1 ° r socially out- Mrs. A. G. Hall, and family. .standing girls from a few of the Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ellis return- sororities. ed yesterday afternoon from Gulf- A """'"I" 11 ' of the Delta Delta port whore (hoy attended the'"''" 11 ' slle llas llel<l V! "' olls offices graduating exercises nt Gulfporl '" lhc sororll >'. Die most important Military Academy at which their of * hlcl1 Is »>arsh,nl. In the mil son, J. O. Jr., Is a Etudonl. Sattir- j cf ' 37 sllc wns s< " 11 lo Liltlc Hot * dny they attended the • boat re-1 lo represent the University as alia; Sunday, the baccnlaurcale' " Miss Arkansas" at the game be- xciciscs and the final dress |/av-.'«'«'" lhc University of Arkansas de, and Monday .the commence-', allrt George Washington University. Morse, Mrs. Mis M A Harry Isaacs, W. M nines, Mrs. Hunter C Sims nnd Mrs. Floyd A. While. Install Mrs. Officers Rupert, Craftoii was in- Vacation Bible School Rally Friday Planner Baptist chinches of Mlssissipp a7'prcsiclcnr'o7'tliu'''Lang 1 e "'"">' will have a rac.ition Bible Piicnt Teacher asiociatlon at a scl1C01 Fr " ln >' meeting of the group lust week nt °'=l<x*-.Bt ; thc First Baptist church the school She succeeds Mrs, W. L. i lhc Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastoi h - orncr " announced today. ... Other Jpiucers Installed at. the! '. Dv '" H : u ,' Grlc « : ° r Nashville meeting w ere Mrs Richard Dick-1 ^""l^ „!."" J,™? cr ,,,,°!' thl1 luson vice orcsiocnt Miss Mildred """""""" "••• ""'" Moore, secretary; Mrs. H. C. Layson, treasurer; Mrs. W. L. Powell, historian. Mrs. George M. Hunt's room received the dollar attendance prize tit this last meeting of the school year. During the social hour, n refreshment mate was scrict). Has Guests nt Chili Party When Mrs. W. U. Uhnmblin entertained members of the Tuesday Bridge club .with n party at her .. . . nsnus yesterday, after neon, she also and other flowers from.the hostess' I had as her guests, Mrs. W. H. Min- garden house. were arranged about the Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games In which Mrs. '.Renkert Welcnkamp was high icsrer nnd Mrs. Ellis Snipes, second. movement, and Edgar of Little Rock, state educatlona director, ^will be the princlpa speakers. Croups from Hie 28 churches ii the.county will be present lo hea these leaders as the church mem Ucrs prepare lo launch an extensl' Uible school campaign thrcughou the county during ihe month June. Schools will be sponsored b the various churches. lent exercises which arc held vin- Miss Mm tin. to ojien a or a great oak tree ori the cam- music studio alter her graduation. us. P. C. Ellis Jr., who accom- Her mother and sister, Mrs, l!n- .inlcd them home, will spend his 'pert Crnfton, and Kupert and Su- umincr vacation here. His com- 1 any at the academy, which Is- Miss Virginia Martin sic Crafton are going to Payctte- villc the first of June for the exercises. It Is probable that sir. Martin and Mr. Craftoii will also make the Iriij. , c s- , , .. , ompany A, received the cups glv- Br ?," llds °/ lhc "T 15 ' M " Bomnr .. for "good housekeeping" find J" 11 K \ f0m . Uu "^ , lor Tlisra - or.thc best spirit of discipline: | 00sa ' A "- ' Ot . '\ \ htl ^ <OK VC ' Mi - ' tm "" ls llcrc atollt J "" e 4 ' . Miss Marjorfe Eubanks, of Glen- ' ale, Calif., will arrive this after- . Mlss JlInr J' Josephine Hall, who , ., . oon for a visit with her brother, attends Southeast Missouri State liarles Eubanks, and Mrs. En- -Teachers college at Cape Girar- anks. She is en route to St. Louis (lciul ' has arrived home to spend or a visit with her .parents. Mr. J nrt Mrs. Charles H. Eubanks. • Mr. and Mrs. Fred V. Iliithcr- ord will go to Port Gibson, Miss., londay to attend the final cxcr- ises at the Chanioerlain-Hunt lltftnry Academy. They will bo ac- omtianieii home by their son, Pied r., who is a student at the Aciid- my. Mr. and Mre. Bill Parrlsh, of Memphis, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard last night. John Ben Bomar left today for. , Gulfporl, Miss., where he Is to be several clays. Mr. Potter motored an attendant in the wedding- of his over for her Sunday. cousin, Mose Swain, and Miss Alice j Mrs.. J. E. Belts arrived „,» Johnston, who graduates this week j morning to spend a week here with .sinnmcr with her parents, Mr. and Mrs: A. G. Hall. Mrs. Everett. B. Gee and Miss Jesse Brown spent yesterday in Memphis. George W. Barhnm is attending lo business in Carullicrsville today. Mrs. Donald WcrtH, of Osceola. has been the guest of Miss Mary Outlaw nnd other friends here for a few daysJ Mrs. Dick -Potter 1ms returned j from Litllo Hock where she visited >r. her aunt. Mrs. J. G. Frazicv, for FLAPPER FANNY - COPS, mi BYlit* SERVICE, INC. T. M.BtC. V. 5. PAT. Off. By Sylvia "No, thanks, I'll just take a candy bar. I'm on the wagon.". lo join Mr. Belts. Mr. and Mrs. Uctls have been in Auburn, Ala., where Mr. Belts completed his engineering course al the Alabama Polytechnic Institute. They will probably be headquartered in Litlle Rock. Mrs. Fred Bradsher returned formerly resided in Hunlingtoii. W. Va., will make her- home in Jacksonville. Tk Ii -i ' i I nC Hospitals hospital Imler, Number Nine, from Giilf Park coHe.e. The -voed- Her paTents,' Mr. and MnT. C. M. will, UcT'slTlcr. M« dUig will be solemnized an ' the Buck, before going to Little Rosk' and Mr. Bailey. Mrs. from St. Louis this iiioinin» where 1 > ' amcs Brown, city, dismissed. she spent a few days with Her 1 , »<« "•"'"••<"--' >daughter, Miss Jeanne: Bradsher who attends the Gradwohl's school tor Technicians. Mrs. n, p. Kirshner and daughter. Miss Nancy, spent yesterday in Memphis. They were accompanied by Mrs. "' ' ' - will spend a parent.!, Mr. She plans lo return Thursday Mre. A. G. Little and Mrs. A. Conwny spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. II. B. Williams left this morning for Jacksonville, Pla.. after having spent a fen- days here :hcld:n Hail, who few days with 'her nnd Mrs. Arnold. Verdic i missed. William dismissed. John Storey, Manila, dismissed. Walls hospital Mrs. Hc.ster Wright, Occring admitted. Mrs. Vcldn Duncan, Dell admitted. Carl Denton, city, dismissed. Juanila White, Manila, dismissed. Mildred Mayo. city, dismissed. Memphis Jlclhodist hospital Mrs. J. N. Bunch, Osceola, admitted. Memphis Baptist hospital - Roy Dillard, Osceola, admitted. Attends Conference Of Red Cross Workers Mrs. Tom Brndshcr went to Little fiock today lo attend a conference of secretaries and workers of the Arkansas chapter ol the American Red Cross being held at the Kelley, city, dis- Marion Hotel Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Bradsher. executive secretary of the Chickasawba chapter, will return Saturday nigiit. Rend Courier News want: acis Singing Convention To Be Held At Steele The Specr family of Lawrenceburg, Tcnn., and other visiting singers will be heard at the all day Reviews Play Mrs. James Hill reviewed the play, "Susan and God", nl the meeting of the Woman's Missionary .society ot the First'Methodist church Monday afternoon al the church. Mrs; O. 'N. Hawkins, who presided over the business session, also gave'Hie devotional. Mrs. O. C. Ganske and Mrs. D3n Sutherland sang n duet They were accompanied by Mrs L L Hubener. * » * To Have Luncheon At Hotel Saturday " Mrs. Hiram Wylie, Mrs. Roland Green, Mrs. Chester Caidwell and Mrsi Fred V. Rutherford will cn- yard. Mrs. Russell Pliillips and Mrs. O. W. Afflick. A spring motif was used in the decorations for lhc dining table at I singing convention to be held in which lunch was served. The center-1 the school gymnasium at Stccle piece was a mixed bouquet and Sunday. The affair begins at ten jplacccards were also in Hie floral (o'clock. scheme. Three prizes will be given lo the In Hie bridge games which fol-1 quartets that come the greatest !•:»«!, Mrs. Minyard was lilgh' distance, scorer and Mrs. tiuiucr lertain their friends Saturday- afternoon. at a party Galloway and Beardcn "R. E, L. Smith, president cf the second. Pcmiscot Singing 'convention, has invited the public ID attend. He n[)o announced that the Sp.^r lamily svlll be presented in a con- TV . • r\rr- cert at the nciv Survey Community UlStriCt Ulticers Bntlding Saturday night. The af- | fair will bt sponsored by the La- number o( Mississippi county dies' Homemakcrs club. men figured prominently In the annual Methodist conference of the Tl> lnc cr °i> of onc cormorant Joiieslwro District held recently in wcrc (olmrt tnc remains ol 76 an- Marked Tree, I tnovics, each of winca was lour The Rev. Paul Galloway, ol Os- or f ' vc t " che -" i '" '">gth. ceola, was elected secretary and the "TOO r »TP -rn~r-i i«ic ; v—' Rev. R. E, U Beardcn Jr., of Uix- ° CI.ASSIH Ola, nsslslanl secretary of the The affair, which will be at one o'clock, will be a luncheon at the Hitel Noble. * . * * U Hostess To Club Mrs \V. o Higginson was hostess to members of the Young Matron's Bridge club and one guest, Mrs Russell-Flirr, at a party al her home yesterday afternoon. High score -prize In the games went to Mrs. Joe G. Tricschmann. Bridge was played in-rooms decorated with, roses. The hostess • served a dessert course at the conclusion of the games. ».•».•'* P. T. A. Honors Seniors Vil' Picnic^ Members 6f the graduating class of the senior high school were i complimented at a picnic given last night in Walker Park by members of Hie Junior-Senior Parent \Teacber association. Besides the members of the class, Miss Rosa M. Hardy, principal Ot the high school, and Miss Emily Dale Grey, one of the sponsors of . the class, were guests. Ganie-\ were • played before wieners .were'roasted over an open fire. „Lemonade,and cookies were served with the sandwiches. • ; ', Mrs. Russell Phillips, hospitality . chairman, was assiited in arran?- , tog the ' affair by ; Mrs. Byron conference. Don Thomas, of Manila, was recommended for license to preach, and the conference granted him the request. The characters cf the nev. Martin Nelson and the Rev. L. W. Slafford, both of here, were passed and their licenses were renewed. Ncblc Gill, ol Dell, was elected one of the associate lay leaders ol the district, and C. F. "Tucker ami I the Rev. E. B. Williams were elected to the Board ci Missions ami i Church Extension committee. IV Kent Two large bedrooms for rent, Mrs. Nolcn. 310 W. Walnut. 21ck-tl New Under-firm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration Fresh Strawberry Ice Cream You CUM conventDtHly ;im! economically make Fresh Strawberry Ice C r c a in al home. All llial is rattiiral is fresh strawberries, milk mut cream, ami "JUNKKT package of C UK AIM MIX. This can be made in hand freezer or in electrical box. "JUNKET" ICB CKKAM MIX is sold by your grocer at lOc per package. Try this delicious fresh dessert' today. 1. Docs nni ro! dtcsscs — dot! notimtatcslin. 2. No waiting lo iir)-. Can he used tiglu if(« stm-ing. 3. Imuntly scops pctipiraiionfot 1 10 J days. Rcmuvci oJoc Horn pcrspiution. 4. 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