The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 25, 1939 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, May 25, 1939
Page 4
Start Free Trial

1 FAQE FOUR J3LYTIIEV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER'NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1939 COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET ' v This Ticket Will, Admit J. V. IRndcrson & Comiuillon - " • Dell —lo tne— RITZ TIJKATER —lo ste— "NEVER SAY DIE" Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. George Shamlln nrxt Mrs. H, E. LaShot having tea, 2:30 o'clock, at Shainlln home. Fine Art* department, Woman's :ltil), meeting 3:00 o'clock at club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs; Illrain Wylte, Mrs, Roland Green, Mrs. Chester . Caldwcll nnd Mrs. Ficd V. Tliiliieiford entertaining with bridge luncheon at Hotel Noble, one o'clock. FLAPPER FANNY — . COPS. imev»,-cA«RviCf, »«c. r. M, uc v. s By Sylvia Fine Arts Program Will Be Heard Friday The Rev. James . A.. Overholser, pastor of the Phst Presbyterian church, will be the principal speaker en the program of tho Fine •Arts' division ot the Woman's club to'ibc presented muter (lie leadership of • Mrs. James Hill tomorrow afternoon,' three o'clock, at the club. His subject will be, "The Bible As Literature and Its Influence, on Poetry ami Art". Music's! numbers will include a piano solo' by Mrs. P. B. Joyncr, a Vocal soj>, "The Vesper Prayer", by Mrs, Don Sutheiland. and another number which mil conclude the program. Mrs; Hill has Invited friends ot the club as well as the members to alteiid this lecture and musical program. *' • * Entertains Club Al last Meeting Mrs, Harry Kjrby cnf,(;laincd members of flic Wednesday Bildge club at the last party of the group before adjournment for the sain- nier :'months, They will reconvene in the /all. Mrs., Chester CaMwcll was <i gueit of Sirs. Kiiby for the affair. Small tables were arranged en the porch win'ch was made cotorfnl by bouquets of garden flowers. Tallies were also in the floral motif. In Die games which followed lunch, Mrs. W..J. Pollard was high scorer and Mrs. Chester ranged ateiitTthe house. Caldwell. setand. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games in which Are Guests of Club Mrs. Caudill wns high scorer nnd "Naw, it's spring fevci', Clarice. I been in love too niriiiy times not to IJG nl>lc to Icll'lhe difTi'ence." Nancy Lewis, Mrs. Albert TnyJor, Miss Anita Slracke tinct Miss Virginia Little, , Flowers from the Huhlxmls' garden decorated the rconis where bildge was played. Mrs. Lewis received the yuesl pil?,e. and Mis Otto Scrape, the club prize. At lite conclusion of the games, the hostess served a salad courss All Members Ailem! 1'arfy All members of the Town Country club attended the ntid chib party yesterday !<fterno;n wiicn Mrs. G. C. Camlill entertained nl her home. For decorations, -bouquets of snapdragons nhrt other flowers from the hostess' garden had. been ar- Mrs. :F, U. Englcr and Mrs. Rice Mrs. O. \V. McCulchcn, second. Fimber Topper Distinguished Luxora Visilor Luxora P. T. A. Head Selects Committees Lawrence - of Grenada/ Miss., \vcre the guests ol Mrs. Hiram \Vylle' Ilachclors' Chib yesterday afternoon when she en- His'Informal 1'nrty tertaincd members of the Wedncs- ' A picnic simper followed by' day Contract club with a party at dancing provided entertainment foi her home. Mrs. Lawrence is the the 40 members of the Bachelors' hostess' lidusegiiest. i club and their dates at an informal Garden flowers decorated the en- party at the American Legion Hut I tcrtaintng rcoms where the guests last night. Bits of News Mostly Personals Mrs. W. Owen Blue mid Mrs, Clifford Cavilt attended a bridge luncheon in Osceola yesterday tit the Jiwn'c of Mrs., ficarcy Me,us Mrs. CScoi'gc Noel Davis and (blighter, Mnry Ellen, left Tuesday f:r Beaumont, Tex., to join Mr. Davis, They plan to make llielr home in that city. Ix)iiise Leggett left yesterday for .Hhrcveiioi-l, 1,1., ( o spend 10 days with Mr. and Mis, Dins Johnson. Marvin Williams, who has been ccntiDctcd with the Little Chevrolet Onnpany for a few nionilis, has returned to his home In Trenton, Tcnn.. where ho will be on- ployed, Mr. and Mrs. Olcy Lnngdon J»»l son, Terry, of San Francisco, arrived' ycslcrilny atlcrnosn to spend the weekend here with Mr. LaiiK- doii's uncle, W. S. L:mgcl:ii, sinrt Mrs, Lnngdon. They are en route j to Munclc, Iiicl., and New Vnrki «iicre (hey will nttend the world's fair. They will return 'home by going through Yellowstone Park. Uonald Hnrlan and 'P3hy Bruce. of t'iggott, spent yesterday here with Mr. Hm-lnn's mint, Mrs. VV. IV. Shaver, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hillis of Prescolt, spent lust weekend «itli Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Hammpck. Mrs. Hillls is a sister of Mrs. Hamrnuck. C. D. Slorm and son, Bobby, of Red Bluff, Calif., left Tuesday after 'laving spent n few days here wllh ii-Ir. and Mrs. O. G. Cnndill and family. Mr. Storm and Mr. Cnndill were rooinmntes for four years at the University of Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. (Jharlcs I.. Wylic spent yesterday In Memphis where Nfr. Wylie nttcndcd to business. Mr. and Mrs. William Young are spending 1 this week In Poplar Bluff as the guests of Mrs. ^Young's sis- George Stickler, nnil LUXOHA, Ark., May 24.—Mrs. W, E. Head, the re-elected president of the Luxora Parent-Teachers Association, today announced appointment of the following committees: . Program—Mrs. Charlie Thomas, Mrs. Lcm T. Stanford, Mrs. Thomas D. Wilkins; publicity — yUss Maxine llalslead, Mrs, Hll- .on Slcphenson, Mrs, fl, W, Duller; membership—Miss Bob Wil- itams, Mrs. U. W. Nichols, Miss Bulh Bulloch; hospitality—Mrs. K. T. Ballew, Mrs. Thomas P. Hudson, «rs. Martha Poison; finance budget—Mrs. B. O. Wilkins. Mrs. R. C. Langslon, T. D. Wilkins; character - education — Miss 1 v a- y'rabtree, Mrs. K. E. L. Beardcn; publication—Mrs. J. T. Slack; en- played bridge. A salad cotirso vns served at'(lie Concltisloii of the games. "High score prize among the club members went t« Mrs, Fred V. Rutherford, and Mrs. Lawrence wns presented the guest -prize. • • '• . Has Club Parly. Miss Mildred ton Huubanl was hostess 16 members of the ADC club and five guesls at a party at her home yesterday afternoon. 'Besides.the members, guests were Mrs. John Thomas Scaiilon, Mrs. —PRESCRIPTIONS- Safd - - Accurttlc Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. Main & First Phono 141 hair isn't shingled, but perhaps it should be to harmonize thin strips pt mahogany and New England birch. This new carpentered chapeau is worn by actress Joan Blainc, recently chosen radio's "best dressed woman." ter, Mrs. family. Dr. and Mrs. T, K. Mahnn hnvc Mrs, Louise Thompson LUXORA, Ark,, May 25.—Dr. and Mrs. E. R. ii:g«n have as their hoiiseguesl this iveck, Mrs. J.«uiso Thcinii.vcn, Worthy Grand Matron of Order of Eastern Star of Arkansas, of Fort Smith. Ark. Mrs. Thompson's itinerary includes mi official visit lo Wynne, on Monday night, Lepanto, Tuesday night, Wilson, Wednesday night, Jonesboro Thursday night with a six o'clock banquet preceding the meeting, and Mrs. Tr.pnp- sbn will also be entertained at a one o'clock luncheon Thursday at Hctel Noble, Blylheville, with the Blylhcvillc Eastern Star .chapter as hostess. Mrs. Began Is accompanying the Worthy Grand Matron to these various meetings and will motor Mrs. Thompson to Balcsvlllc Friday fcr a Board of Charities meeting at the Masonic home. Saturday will be marked by a meeting al Dyess preceded by an evening banquet. Dr. and Mrs. Ecgtm will compliment their guest, Mrs. Thompson, and Mrs. Geneva Fowler, Deputy 'Grand Lecturer of the Fifteenth _ District, of Osceola, with a day's leturned from three \<'eeks vacati:n j outing on.Hcelfcot Lake Sunday, spent In points of New York. They Mrs. Thompson will be noyjin- atleiidcd the World's Fair in New, panted to Paragoitld Monday by York City and visited Mrs. Ma-1 Dr. and Mrs. Bogan where she will han's mother, Mrs. Canieron, who'begin her official 'visits nmmig (he llv'es upstate. Mr. and Mrs. Woo'drow Plshcr and Prnncella and Wanda Pislicr went to Memjiliis this afternoon Eastern Star chapters of the sixteenth district, Auxiliary, and directed in the Beth Ma- tertainment — Mrs. ft. ICouck, Mrs. L. T, Stanford; historian— Miss Bob Williams; siiniincr round- ip—Mrs. n. O, Langston, Oilier officers arc: Mrs. J. Ivaii Mlfflln, vice presldon; Mrs. T. D. Wilkiiis, treasurer; Mrs. Retiel W. Butler, secretary. One type of British gas meter contains a iialr of lenthcr bellows. Only the hide of the East Indian sheep is used for these -bellows, nrid only one in every 8000 of these is suflicicnlly perfect. Essay Contest \Vinner Given Prize Award Miss Blllle Leggett, second honor student and president; of the senior class of the. city school, was presented a watch ag n result of on essay contest.- The: presentation was made nt the assembly period in tho school Monday when the seniors gave . their annual class program. ' The contest was sponsored by J. U Guard. Eleven students entered essays on the subject, "Why I'm Proud to Be Ah Anierican". The essays were' sent to Chicago to be graded and re'lUrmsd her« to Mr. Gtfard. Marcus Evrard, local attorney, made the presentation. The presentation followed the class processional played by Miss Kathryn Great-. Miss Leggett Introduced the program with a brief speech explaining the purpose of the farewell program. Eugene AtHen sang "I Dream of Jearinlc" following which the class will was read by Ben Smith, the class history by Miss Martha Nell Kyle and the class prophecy by Miss Billie Payne. The picture of the seniors which will hang In the hall of the school was presented to Miss Rosa- M. Hardy, principal 01 the school. Miss leggctt, after a brief farewell and an acknowledgement ol the Juniors as the seniors of year, led her group from the torluin. Cook'sey Dodsori, presldeiV of next year's graduating class, re^' siXifidcd to Miss L«ggett's talk be-; fore he and his group marched the section of seSfn occitplcd bj seniors. Tlie Clilckasaw Press club thei 1 presented to the school a serapbooi; of newspaper clippings about tin school which have appeared it 1 e- to 8 *"' various papers tills year. Th\ scraplwok will be kept annually by f. this club. When picked from the tree, th coffee berry looks like a re cherry, each berry containing tw beans. fend Conner News want ads. Freshly Chhrhed COUNTRY HiJTTKU AND BUTTERMILK Produced in our big new civ just installed. It's Delicious! Delivered Daily CRAIG'S DAIRY Mi one 11 Among the out of town guests at the party were: Miss Edna Ayres, Miss Jane Wcatlicrsbj', Miss KJalh- erlne Tlmlal, all of Osceola, Miss Jenn Tlmrinorid of Memphis, nnd Mrs. Maxine Brown McHniicy of Liaura. Mr. nntl Mrs. Jnmes 'J'erry nnd Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Nelson were cliaperones for the. affair. Both Mr. Terry and Mr. Nelson wi'rc former members 'of tho club. Among the bachelors who have recently ' accepted jinvitati:ns to become members of this clnh arc Bill Hunt, Simon Joseph, Kenny Slienniman an<l John Tiiiynor. Members of the refreshment committee tcr the parly last niglil were Gene Bykcs, Van ElH6tt and Elliott Johns. The abundance cf food which remained was gWcn lo E. A. nice, American Legion com-1 formal affair yesterday, (he group mander of (he Dud Cnson pest, lo adjourned fcr the summer months lo attend the graduation exercises of Miss Gwendolyn Fisher, who will ; f'.'""' receive her diploma from' the Melli-1 (hc odist. Hospital School, of, Nursing jBrock c , g|lUl g .. B . dc; Joycc pini=n; ''' sn - . | seventh grade; and Anna Mae | Yales, sixth grade. More than one hundred posters were entered., and Mrs. Irene Hazel, art director in the grade school, supervised (lie work. County Council Will Plan Fair Activities be distributed among the underprivileged. Carl Ci;niske, Clarence Webb and Paris' McCalta were members of the committee in charge of nr-. raugcmcnls. while Rouse Harp and) Jerry Harwell were in charge of entertainment. * * * Chapter I> Observes Fifteenth Ittrthilay Members of Chapter D Of the i'. E. O. sisterhood observed their I5lh birthday yesterday afternoon at a. meeting at .the home of Mrs. II. II. HoHChins. Following (he in- The part home demonstration clubs of North Mississippi county will piny In (he county fair, to be held here September 21 to Oct. 2, will be planned in a meeting of the Mississippi County Council of Home Demonstration Clubs at the Blythevillc Woman's club Saturday. VES, UPTON'S is SO COOUN&,SO REFRESHING. AND GEORGE, IT COSTS LESS THAN HALF A CENT A &LASS ! EVER SINCE WE WERE MARRIED 36 YEARS AGO, weVe USED UPTON'S TEA,EH, UNDA? &REAT FLAVOR ! AND ICEp, IT'S SUCH A WONDERFUL THIRST-QUENCHtR ! , ' r j' c I 1 " t):3 ° ° ocfc ' wllh at s - °- L - RC<I I forci of Lk ron, president, in charge of flic business session. This group has always taken an active role in arranging departments of the fair. Poppy Contest Winners At" CaruthersviHe to meet again in October. A history b:ok of the chanter covering tiie 15 years wns presented to the group by members of the history ccmmtttcc who have compiled the fcoo's this yo,ir. Mrs. Charles S. Lemons, chairman of ' the committee, was nssUtcd l^y Mrs. C. S. Slcven.s Mrs, Ray Worthington and Mrs. H. H. lIoucMns. I A color scheme of yellow and j white, which arc ttic P. K. O. colors, I was carried o\it in the refreshment table. A centerpiece it mixed flowers, mints, canapes nnd birth| day cake were all in the two colors. Tlie white cake was embossed with | a star in the center of which was i written P. E. O. Marguerite daisies J I and yellow candles completed the , ' catc decorations. j I'ocms of the Italian p:et. Hosa j Marononl, were read by Mrs. R. F. j Kirshner during the program session. CAaUTHERSVIX.LE, Mo.. May 25 —Winners were announced yesterday of the Poppy Poster ccnlcst, sponsored locally by the Legion TOO IATK TO CLASSIFY For Sale Shinners Hi cents each. Crayfish Iflc dozen. Luther Thompson,, mile out on East Main. 25-pk-t Good milk cow. Fresh. See ft. II, flood, Rt. 1, 2',i miles north of 25-pk-30 For Kcnl Stucco Bungalow. Hardwood floors Rent S35. Possession June 1st 223 E. Davis. C room Modern Bungalow. Nici servant's quarters. Rent $35. li: W. Kentucky. 25ck20 THOMAS LAND CO. HKl.r WANTED Position open for young lady will office training. Stenographic experience required. Montgomery Ward. why Upton's is America's .most popular lea: . 1. Wtrld-Famoui Ftovof-smooth, full, rich, delicious. 4. T«nd«r Yodng l>av«i—and luscious, flavorful biids-gi\c cxtri fragrance and bouquet. ii Distinctive llon^ —wuh choke leas frotn Liptort's owi Ceylon garden?. 4.'Itonomkol—you use less Upton's . pit glass-^it's so rich in flavor. At The Hospitals j Walls hospital ! Born to Mr. and Mr.v Waco ; ! Wright of Decring late yesterday, a daughter, weighing six and three-fourths pounds. i lllylhcville Impim ' Mrs. Alma James, t'ortagcvlllc, admitted. Miss Handle Otirlty, city, admitted. Mrs, Hob Rogers, Armorel, di.v ' missed. j Mrs. J. o. I.<ntz. city, dhmlatcd. J. C. Holliday, iiragg City, dla- mlwed. Maurice Stanley, Evamvllle. In)., dismissed. Memphis J!ap!hi ; Friink Lijrii, 7 :. chy, flO/nlltcO, .Memphis [Mdhrifli^t hr^:t;jitAl J. N. Ibkcr, Oxrcfj)n t aihnl'.Ud. The MiiallrLt nnrl prcltliii sre said lo hi> \\tt?,?. ;l iri< : women Irom FMIrihmjb, It- and Glasgow. t"-t Buy Now For Summer WOMEN'S SLIPPERS While,'Urown & While, Midi & While, High, Mwiiuni or Low Hiids. Kid, Calf iind Mesh. Si/.c.s 2>/! In 10, Widths AAAA to IJ. , 2 95 &3 95 LADIES DEDETTES $1.95 CHILDREN'S $$1.50 Fortune Oxfords Fcr Men \Vltltc, lirown, I'laln or I'allcrns, I(o lure ;imt <> i- e y, i,ifi. r I'crftjr.ilcil QgSi/cs 6 to 12, Widths A IvKKK Poll Parrot Shoes For Boys and Girls .'!)2 W. Main IMioiic 231 It's Sweeping iKe Country from Coast to Coast — NATIONAL COTTON WEEK! Check each item in this ad tareft/lly! You'll be amazed with the bargains we're offering for FRIDAY and SATURDAY!! Come early and save at Penriey's!! ( WASH CLOTHS Soft absorbent Icr.vy cloth. Assorted plaids & coloi'ed borders. I2''xl2". BACH...... UNBLEACHED MUSLIN You'll wa n t to buy a supply of this famous Parkway LL ciiiajity iit this bargain price. Long wearing! A 3G" wide- Yd 4C DISH CLOTHS Unbleached mesh weave. Attractive colored borders! 17 inches square! Hiirry — these won't last long at this price. Each. HAND TORN SHEETS —81 x 99. inch. Good quality unbleached fl 1^ sheeting. 2 3-4 yards for...,, .-„ •JLv TERRY TOWELS. Just the thing for that .'extra supply yoiill need this summer. Solid colors! Smart Plaids! I7'x'36lnch. 4 for 37c GOWNS... 21c Hand detailed nainsook gowns in regular and extra sixes. Amply cut! Attractively t r i mmed! Unusual values! ' TERRY TOWELS , Bargain Priced! Soft, absorbent terry in revers i b 1 e colored . stripes* (lobby roiie bol'- der. Generous size, 22"'x 44". Flour Sack Squares Made from brand new, freshly washed material, they're ready lo ii s e. Rig 34"x29" size for many house^ hold needs MATTRESS PADS. , . Snowy \vhite muslin, filled with soil cotton quilting, 54 x 76 inches A...... •IMPORTED COTTON -RUGS . . , Numdah Oriental pattern ... $1.40 29 x 53 inch . . . made in Belgium JL Nu Tone Prints A lovely assortment of summer patterns! Fast colors! Don't rrtiss this hargain! Yard ,. 7k KIDDIES' SUN SUITS J5«y a supply of tlicsc hot weather garments now! Save al this price!.. 10e Women's WASH FROCKS Giiimmlecfl fnst, colov.s! Rig assortment of patterns! All sixes! Many styles! En. 17x17 inch MEN'S WHITE COTTON HANDKERCHlEFS-You'll want a dozen at this saving! 6 for : KIDDIES' SWIM SUITS... One Assortment reckulously. re-, dticed : •. ; : -. 19c 25c ftlcn's find SWIM TRUNKS 50c Many all \vOot!- Don't hesitate! These will go fast! Men's DRESS SHIRTS !> • ' 50C Each ' One -group reduced to clear! Assorted prints and 's u m m e v mesh • weaves! Men's Washable DRESS PANTS SOc «•„ Reduced to clear! A tremendous bargain'. Sau- fomtid shrunk! CLOSE OUTS! Otic Group oflatlics' novelty, spring dress slippers $ . . Japonicas, Gabardines, 1 Wlical Linen, Japonica trimmed, meshes 1 BOYS' .WHITE DRESS. OXFORDS . . . One group we're closing J All leather! Sizes t to 5 f ( J['

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free