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f l I PAGE TWO 1 BLYTHaVlLLE, (ARK.)' 'COURIER NEWS • . COURIER NfclVS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET . Thls'Ttckft Will Admit ' Albert Rrtd £ Companion ' > Sl«lf, Kl ?, — to th«— , MtZ ''THEATER —to s«— 'TORCHy FOR MAYOR" FLAPPER FANNY -COFR.19J7BYNCA5EliYlcC.lnc I M wcc, V.S r*T. or? By Sylvia Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Delphian Fine Arts group meeting 9:3.0 o'clock at Hotel Noble. Mrs J, O Ellis enlcilalnlug Tuesday Contract club Miss Ruth. Butt having Tuesday .Afternoon club. Tuesdaj Bridge club meeting nlth Mrs Fred Child WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Miss '.Nancy -Kirshner and Miss Anita Stracke entertaining ADC club at Kirshricr home. Wednesday Contiact club meeting with Mrs LoV Welch, Mrs James B Clark having Toan and Country club THURSDAY'S EVEN7S Mrs A O. Little entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Contract- club meeting j 'with Mrs. Carroll Blakemore. I Mrs Norval Humphrey having I Cro-Tat-Em club. Double Pour Bridge club meeting with Mrs Theodore Logan Little Theater meeting, 1 30 o'clock, municipal court room ot city hull .FRIDAY'S.' EVENTS Executive - Board, Woman's Missionary Union, Hist Baptist church,' meeting 2.30 o'clock with Mrs. Leslie Moore. Mi nnd Mrs C A Cunningham entertaining Tuesday Night Supper club "He'd probably make you a good husband, Clarice. Naturally lus sister thinks he's awful because she has lo live •. • i . . with him." Eighty Four Guests Attend Biiclge Luncheon One of the largest bridge pailies given here recently \vos on Situr-1 day afternoon when Mis Roland Green, Mrs Fied V Rutheiford, Mrs Hiram Wylie and Mrs Chester Caldwell entertained 84 guests for a bridge luncheon at the Hotel Noble Vlvirt shades ot early suninici garden Movers »orc blended with those of pastel colors foi a striking combination with the blue and siher walls as a background for the 21 tables arranged on the tiered floor. In contrast (o the mixed bainucls in bowls of manj cclors placed nt| intervals about the.'room, and the mmrature bouquets of sveetpeas on each table, a fcrmal effect was achieved in the arrangement of the stage decorations. Two uhlte urns held clusters of] Velvet Supreme red snapdragons and there was a crystal towl of jello* coreopsis and delphinium en the piano. A ; summer menu was served nt one o'clock before cards were played. Prizes went to Mrs. L. L. Hubener who receded a table lamp for l,l;li score;. Mrs. W. D. McClurkln. n sun 'porch table far second; Mrs. J. W, Adams Jr., a card table for third; and Mrs. J;seph W. Parker, guest towels for low. Included'in the.guests were Mrs, Rice Lawrence of Grenada, Miss., houscguest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hiram Wylie, Mrs Ge-rgc M Po«ell of Washington D C, who Is \iiitmg Judge and Mrs G E Keek Mis Miss Laura Hale To Graduate Will) Decree In Science Miss t.auro H;ilc ___ Women at Columbus will he award- Slcele having taught school in the district for several years. She Is to toich In the Cooler school next term. Tlie bridegroom taught at Steele for several years but for the past two years has been principal ol the Cooler high school.' He is the son of Mrs. W. n. Hughes nnd the late Mr, Hiighes of near Steele. They will make their home In Cooler. Hostess to limico. Mrs. Bill Russell nnd Mrs. Rnel Aslicr K'erc co-hostesses to the Lucky Nine Bunco club and the Jelly Eight Bunco club at the home of Mrs. Aslier Wednesday night. High score iM'i/cs went to Mrs. Glynn While and Mrs. James Reid; bunco 1,0 Mrs. Jnmcs L. Crustily nmr-Mrs. Clarice GUIDnnd; traveling bunco lo Mrs, Hugh Michie jr. and Miss Margaret McCltire nnd low score prizes (o Mre. Tom Burns finrt Mrs. Vclmcr Campbell Each club presented n prize to winners in their club. The hostess' served ham sniul wichcs, indivldiml pics and lce,1 tea. Paul Drown of Joncsboro, 111. spent last weekend here with ills brother, Elwood Brown ily. Pri <,!,„,,,,„ ,„„ for a W D AfcClmkm Tetm.; whs was v] of Nnshiille, ,lting relatives (it Luxo'ra, v Mrs. Torn Osborn ami Mrs. -J. w. Usher of Caruthcrs- \illc ' * • » Scliraiilz-Rowell "llie marriage ol Miss Ailecn Rowctt, ol Keiser, and Kennclh F SchrarvU of pine Blufl, nas srl- cmnizcd here Sundny m;rimig Tlie Rev. B. B. Williams, pastor of the First Methodist church, performed the rites al his home nl nine o'clock. Entertains Club And Other Guests Mrs nancy LCT.IS v,as ho^lc'fl (q members of the ADC Bridge club and fcur other guests for a jwrt.y Friday aitsrnoon at the home of her sister, Mrs Loy Welch Besides the members, Mrs. Albarl j Taylor, Mrs John Thomas Scanlon ""- ed Miss Laura Hale, daughter of „,.„• Mr. and Mrs. E. U Kale, of Armorel, who finishes there this year. With a major in history and n minor in speech nnri English. Miss Hale plans to leach In (lie fall. Miss Hale hns received n number of honors because of culstand- Ing work -in speech while at the c.-llcgc. For three years, she has i , f , been n member of Theater Guild, ,„„!.,. ,, , and for two years a member of "'" ""' c <la !''!' te1 ' tom lo Mr the Bats, a local honornrv sorority nml Mrs ' Sam Ellls °" M:ty " or oiilstandmg acting, 'she is hcc " """'"" """" ""' also a member ot Alpha Psi Omega, . national honorary dramatic soror- " relatives in Mayflald Ky. .J. E. Silencer has left for liis liome in Ruhjlcy. Tcnn., nftcr a visit here wit.li his brother, U C Spencer and other relatives. Mildred Goff, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Golf, has been very sick from mi infecllor been named Patty Sue. onl of town friends here yesterdayi for the ily. 1 nnddillou to her work In funeral of little Marie Collins was Johnnie Pilgrim and a large nuin- mnnter cl major and minor pro-1 bcr o( otlrcr flicll(ls r ' 01 " D.vers (iuctions at the c:lle?e, she is also, WB ' Tcl1 "n member of the Writers' club and! Xlrs - F - R Wutors was n buai | served as a Junior usher, Slee.le-Cool.er Society—Personal ness visitor Saturday Ji in Onriilhcrsvillc yes- v Bits of News Mostly Personals Mr, and Mrs. Robert Scott, for- icrly of Djmburg mid wlio have )cen visiting here, have gone to' Memphis lo make their home. Mrs. s. l'. Crnfton and Mrs. T. W. Jeffries are In Conway, Ark., lecause of the serious Illness of Vti's. Leo Crnfton, Miss Florlne Smith of Bei nlc, i1o., was Ihe guest of her sister Mrs. Jlenry llylce, and Mr. Rylce. Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Welch have •ctunicd from Ha/lehursl, Miss., vhcre they spent two weeks with Mr. Welch's mother. Mrs, C. O. Hires, Mrs, L. A. Jolhren, Mrs. Fred Copclaud and bon, Don, returned yesterday from Union City, Tcnn., where (hoy were seusts of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. w. Dunn Jr. Mrs. Hires, who Is the nolhcr of Mrs. Diinn, had been here lor two weeks, and the otiier rnc.s-ls went over Wednesday; Mrs. B. A. Lunch returned yesterday from Newport, Ark., where ihe hnd uecn sine? Friday. She mil over especially for the funeral of Mrs. W. E. Mllbmirne of Calico Rosk, who died Wednesday night and whose rites wore held Friday at that plnce. Mrs, Milbourne was Uic mother of Mrs. Louis P. Mann, sister-in-law of Mrs. Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Oration had as their guests for the weekend, Mr. nnci Mrs. W, H, Bowman ami young- fion. BUI, of Kansas City Mr. Bowman, who is secretary and treasurer of the Ismert-Hlncke Milling Company of Kansas City iiad been here for several days on business and lie and Mr. and Mrs. Crnfton motored to Joncsboro Saturday afternoon [or Mrs. Bowman and san. From here they left for Covinglon, Tcnn.. nnd to points of Northwest Arkansas before returning lo Kansas City, ../ .. .. . Jean and Janet Wllbouni returned lo their home in Pnrngoukl yesterday nfter having been guests of their uncle nnd aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klrby, for three days. Mr. nnd Mrs, Kirbv motored- thpm OVrr. ,.s. Robert E. Lee King and datnrhlcr, Mrs. Samuel F. Morris, visited relatives in Marion and Wilson yesterday. Hill Lee. wrestler who performs tonight in .Memphis, 1 was the guest of Joe Dlldv yesterday. Mr. Dildy accompanied him home nnd will return tomorrow having'gone down especially for the fight. Mrs. nice Lawrence is returning to her home in Grenada, Miss., lodny nflcr having spent several weeks .with Mr. and Mrs, Hirnm Wylie and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little have as their guest lor several days. Mrs. Frederick Scully of Cut Off, La., who arrived Saturday. Mrs, Scully, who is cnrpute lo Lincoln, 111., has visited Mr. and Mrs. Little scvcrnl times. Mrs. Edgar Bormn, her mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Greene, ami her brother, Louis Greene, went lo Evnnsvillc, Ind., tndny where they will attend n reunion of Mrs. Greene's family tomorrow ns is the custom each Memorial Day. They plan lo return Wednesday. Mrs. Will Norman of MnyfieUI, Ky., arrived Saturday for several days slay with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech, whom she frequently visiU. Today, Mrs, Leech and Mrs Normnn arc in Memphis. Miss Delia Fnye Sykes and Miss Kalhryh Walirole were guests of Bruce Green and Dclma Counts of Poplar Dluff, Mo., for the Red Nichols' Mardl Gras dance given at Poplar Bluff Saturday night. Carl Davis was stricken 111 early today because of food poisoning. He is at liLs home, 818 Chicka- .siuvba. Hamilton Little and daughter, Nancy, of Memphis, • were guests of Mr. Little's Hither A. G. Little Mrs. Little and other relatives yesterday. Mr. nnd Kirs. George Neabllt ol Nevada, Mo., liavc arrived for a visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Knnn and family who have moved into Ihelr new home, recently completed at 216 North Eighth street, T, R. Wai/son, who- das been employed in Jackson, Miss., has auivcd home after having become 11. He vvns given n blood trans- 'uslon ycsterdiiy nnd Is better odiiy. He is at his home, 112 East' Cherry street. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Tnu.sch ind children, June and Billy, r.I Helena, arrived yesterday to be with Mrs. Tauscli's fnlher. T. R. Wnlson, who Is ill. Mr. Tnuscli returned home later In the day while oilier members of his family re-, nnined here, Mrs, Tauscli "plans to spend the summer will) her inrcnls while the children will, cave in about two weeks for Cincinnati, where they will visit reia- iirs lor an extended lime. ,Mr. nnd Mrs. Pred Rutherford went to Port Gibson. Miss., today wlicre they will spend :i few days with their son, Fred, who attends Cliamberlain-flunl Military Acad- uy. before accompanying him MONDAY, MAY 2f>, 1939 Flies Wake Baby Up Too Early? I hrc'i what lo do. In ifo jfi<, mo i n , „„„ ,,,,, Memorial Service Has Been Cancelled Tlie Memorial service, planned by the Minir.lcrial Alliance for Tuesday, hns been cancelled, it was announced lodav by the. Rev ""AVTr i""l 5 ~ ' E - B - Williams, paslbr of the First Of interest, nt. Cooler is the m.ir- Methodist, church nnd chairman of naee of Miss Lo.va Nell JJinbaiigii the committee in charge Vir.iri^ imi i\V ' ?_ C ? rI ""B'" 15 H ' hich occurred In It had been announced dial the VirBin a Lttlt ana M.SS Anita Hit home, of the bride's parents, Memorial Service would he in h-nor .L. > M BUfc " ; ' Mr • 1IK! Mra ' R05CO "mbiuigh of of Blythevillc persons who hnd '4"r-om* Jr rf *"", "' ll ' e ' H " J ' li lart Sa < mA W mghl. ' The died in the past year in he role .^vomahere fleers from the , impressive ceremony was perform- of peace lime heroes and heroines • in; anrt'Mf .„,! -i. ' r., ,T- cd , by Rcv - Ml " v <» C. Reirticrt.,'as \vaTcaVriJd ^irriasrycirr," ana Mr. and Mrs. Welch Pastor of the '•'—"-'- ' • -• • • *>•«• of Mr. and Mrs. B. nct.itfraBriiriwthalTOn Uranil rtally kills Him. moaijuilors Bn j other flyi'tir Iraccll quick— yclll'ient'rriy Mtc U>uio in I ho home. Don 1 1 waste money on cheap, weak, »mrllj- ,!u(T. net Bre Kr»nd «ntl trt tid ot nic3. l»sijl on Iht Eemiiac, quick-killing I>« Rnncf thsecl Sprny— In tdp rcJ and yellow ran. It's jold wilri a piaranlcfi of rnlit- fadifin or >t>r/r Tnoirrif toet, < H-pt.; 20^ pi.; .at n.t. ^_, NOTE: Von can aim till Kits and ,,,7> w ,;. n"' °j*, , f " millf * o'" 1 ants. KM l!, r ilrand Insccl I'oudcr. Head dircclimu on can note A conflict in cngagcmenls was on a Cooler was test _ j^for high score prize, Mrs .friends attended nes Terry received a pair of Ait"r pclures for ' ' ' went rdon Moore nt, of Read Courier News want ceremony they .left on) The bride Is well known at Welch in serving a salad course i 1 * * * U»s House Parly Mrs Mabel Patton, formerls of 'this city and now of Newport, had. a house part; last week vhcn she I . entertained Mrs Man in Robinson,) Mrs W. H Mlnjard and Mrs \V I ..... I fk\ D. Chamblm. They returned home LalSRufV-litG3nPI' < i Sattnrday*after having spent three fcMM " MI J «*1C«SIJCSO days' t there. ( they ^ere entertained at several card parties, luncheons and dinners , Rallies and squeaks in an auto- • T.-.-, „,„ , , , ' mobile should not be neglected r ' ron| l'i Laundry v Tliey indicate loose parts uliich, an() Cleaning Service If unattended, will scar away i rapidly/ •, '• ' ,, .. , . . KILL WORRY B tn s Glasses or MOUNTAIN VAljUiY WATER May ncv II Xot ordiimry lap %*-«. IT ~- hnl Mnuntnin Vnllcy \Vslvl-, lli^ lime losi.'d. diptiily aik,;inc KRIrr »5C<1 tij- luiMions thf ]iasl 50 y f *rt. TirlnBM ot KllBH) rhcil- Innlir, arlliritic anil ncUTilir i,ain« of'.e.n Hurl n:orrj-— nnd why •linuliln'l Ihi-j r Wurn- inp 5ipns arc llu-y. Toxins ninl v,-.isl«? s (n tlie tio^y ran lie \vai-h- cil lltt-ny." Try l[,in hftrnn Irenljiicnl. Htart today. Distributee! by Crosstown Whiskey Shop 109 S.UIvision St. N MOONLIGHT M EXCURSION YA „*""•?. Ltf\*j vm MON. JUNE RJEIIIPIEH ^^f-offfl H'o^f- Pcj* Firv/t cn /A? Mhtitiippi ELLIOTT FlITCHEiT'o BQV CHA?TES-U.D.C. * SCOUTS Lv. San Souci landing 9 ; oo p m On Mttn Il's^'tj 3Vi Mill, tvb»- t>AW?a Tt,^c(, /J c FtalHfins tt* fjfrny tlafttf i, rnirr „! .^ "iOHtSlAXA 6WIWO MASTERS'' IS DnsJij Kinfl cl Swing homo. They will also visit- nt ether points on the gulf coast. Miss Pearl Lee Is resting very veil at her liome today following i tonsileclomy per(onnci) ycslcr- lay nl Ihe Walls hospital. • Mr. nnd Mrs. N. A. Beavd had js tlieir guests Sunday their son, R. L. Beard, Mrs. Beard and two children, ami Mr. Beard's brother, Hal Beard, and Mrs. Beard, all, of Memphis. Miss Bobbie Rawls of Havana, Cuba, has arrived for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Alton B. Jaggers. Mr .and Mrs. E. L. Hale tire in Morrlstown, Tenn., for the funeral of Mr. Dale's father, who died Saturday night. Mr. Hale left here Saturday afternoon, when his father's condition became critical and Mrs. flale jcineti him Ihis, morning nftcr having been laken to Memphis last, night by Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Regcnold inkl son, John Ed. R. N. Hill Jr. hns arrived lioim from New York City to spend the summer with his mother. Mrs. R. N Hill. Mr. Hill, who resides in Xm Ycrk where lie is a piano teacher nnri accompanist, visile;! at Niagara Fails before returning home bavins accompanied Dr. and Mrs. T. K Mtihan liome. -Head Courier News wnni ntis •j T At The Hospitals lllylhcville Hospital W. N. Smith, Beech Grove, Ark admitted. Mrs. Sara Baggctt,; cily dismissed. Mrs. J. H. Smotheramii, cily, dismissed. Murray Smart Jr., city, dismissed. Mrs. Agnes Roche, city, dismissed Einmclt Snyder, city, dismissed. Willis Hospital James Cagle, Braggadocio, admit led. Alva Jolllfr, Manila, admitted Mildred Chambers, Luxora admitted. Mrs. Sallte B. Wilson, stcelc admitted, i Mrs, Clyde Waugli, Slcele, dismissed. Mrs.' Hester Wright, Dewing, dismissed. Miss Pearl Lee, city, dismissed' Mrs. J. L. Lewis, Dell, dismissed Mrs. Myrtle Woodic, Hayli dismissed. JUrm;iliis Metiioclisl Hospital J. S. Douglass, Osccoia, admitted Memphis Uiiplisl Hospital Mrs. M. L. G restrain, Wilson admitted, U'liinn Keeling, Osceola, admitted Hillie Ward, Osceola, admitted. Edible paint* were used to [)atnt Ihe houses of our colonial •mceiitors, nntl paint-making direc- llcns were included In Ihe family cookbook. "Wash" j>aints commonly I used had such ingredients as skimmed milk, salt, cofTce, boiled' rice, and -white of c»g. Red Razoo Club Is Encamped at Hardy Twenty-three members of (lie Red naaoo club of the city 1,1(11 school have tronc (.3 Hardy (or a l vc i ,,' i?' ll f , VWCtU ovcr ^stwctoy I" a tuck, driven by Ira Gray, accom . ramccl by Mitchell Best and c O McKee, who remained with the boys. The week will be spent at Camp R H > M wlth flsllln «- swimming and boating to be the chief direr- i . ~ The Red RasKW club Is made up ot si nnmccr of boys in u, e school who pnmolc various exlra-curric- ular activities. hobby Is exacting and tedious, Kandall has found dial 18 dilfi'r- cut species of corn are necessary to obtain the maximum color range and variety of shape neccs- saiy for achieving design. Even with a variety of species, it often Is necessary to split Individual kernels to obtain a desired effect. The U. S. Patent office lias In- lormcd Randall 'that It 1ms no record of a similar Idea. His best •'canvas." a farmstead, shows surprising detail, and with continued ex|:crinicntfil!oti, lie hopes to improve his work. Corn Kernels Used To Paint Old Pictures IrOLDREDOE, Neb. (UP)—'Hie Jacl that drouth-ridden Nebraska hasn't grown much corn the pail few- years doesn't prevent Leslie Randall, Holdrcge farmer, from being a "corn artist." For Uic last seven years he has spent Ills odd moments experimenting \vith a new iyjx> art material and has developed a technique of "painting" pictures with com nml eliic. His novel nrlistry consists of affixing kernels of corn to a board •with glue and; then coating tliem wlih a thin varnish U sounds simple, but the odd TOO LATE TO HiMvsint FOR RETURN OP HUB CAP FOE 1039 PONT1AC CAR LOST SEVERAL NIGHTS AGO. SAMUEL P. NORRIS, COURIER NEWS. ANNOUNCING Summer Classes Book-keeping Shorthand Typing I'litK's Reasonable MRS.'L M. BURNETTE 1010 Ilc.ini .St. Phone 821-W PENNY FOR PENNY YOUR BEST CIGARETTE BUY The extra smoking in every pack equals 5 extra smokes Camels give yon more for your cigarette money all arcmnc!! There's more tobacco by •weight in Camels, compared to the average of 15 other of the largcst-seJlmg brands tested. Besides, Camels burn slower than any other brand tested -2596 slower than the average time of the others.Thus, Camels give you the equivalent of 5 EXTRA SMOKES PER PACK.' When you count in Camel's costlier tobaccos, it all ndds up to America's fhvorile cigarette-Camels! Enjoy Giruels— for PLEASURE plus ECONOMY! THE CIGARETTE OF COSTLIER TOBACCOS If leads in acceleration..it leads in hill-climbing, and it also leads in sales! In more waj's than one, this fleet, handsome Chevrolet, the ace performer of (he low-price field, is the first car nf Hie lan<l! . It's first in sales, of course, for the eighth time in the last nine years, topping all other cnrs in 'public demand! It's first in nil the many things which spell rattic, which means high quality in every single part that goes into the car, nnd low cost to you forall the fun you get out of it! It's first in acceleration—first in hill-climbing — first in all-round performance with economy! Get the most for your money— hiiy a new Chevrolet! EXCLUSIVE VACUUM GEARSHIFT Vacuum Booster Sl/ppKe. «0% of 1h» Shifting fflort NEW AERO-STREAM STYLING NIW BODIES tt FISHER CHEVROLET'S FAMOUS VAIVE-IN- HEAD SIX PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES PERFECTED KNEE-ACTION RIDING SYSTEM Sttotf proof 5re« (On Motlvr Do Luxa mttfetf on(y) NEW "OBSERVATION CAR" VISIBILITY Every 40 seconds of every day, somebody buys a new CHEVROLET! rhonc 633'

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