The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 30, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 30, 1939
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PAGE TWO BLYTl.lBVJLLK, .(AUK,) COURIER NEWS < .COURIER NE\VS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET "tills Ticket 'jVHl Admit Leo Untienlch. * Companion " " ' r t —to Ibe— JMTZ THEATER —to' 'see — 'ALEXANDER GKAHAJI BEI.I/ Social Calendar EVENTS Mrs, Chivies .Crigger Jr. having Bi-Mcnthly Luncheon club. Mis$ Nancy Kirslwer nnd Miss Anita Slracke entertaining ADC club at Klrshner home. Wednesday contract cHib meeting wilh Mrs. lx>y Welch. Mrs James B. Clark having Town and Country club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Altar society of Chrch of Immaculate Conccplicn having bingo parly at i:cial hall, 8 pin Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs Charles Criguer Jr. Mrs A O. mile entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Contract club meeting ivilh Mrs Carroll Blakemore. Mrs Norval Humphrey 'having Cio-Tat-Em Out) Doublel Pour Bridge club meeting with Mis' 'Theodore Logan. LItlle Theater meeting, '7:30 o'clock, municipal court room or city hall .FRIDAY'S EVENTS Executive Board," Woman's Missionary Unlo'S, First Baptist church, meeting 2'30 o'clock >Hh Mrs. Leslie Moore. Mi and Mrs C A Cunningham entertaining Tuesday Nlfrht Supper "club. Flrsl Baptist W. M. II. Members Gutn Party The 60 members In the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church, who attended the party gU en Monday afternoon by Circle's Tlvree and Pour, heaid a musical program as they gathered 'In the social rooms ol Ihe church. The garden party mctlf was used with Miiall tables scattered about the room decorated In lavender and white streamers (o carry out the W. M U cofors and In imxed bouquets In which roses predominated. Mrs Jesse Seaman, chairman ct Ihe saclal committee, Mrs. J. 11; Smart Jr., Mrs Sheldon Brewer, Mrs Hajmond Echmiick, Mrs. Will Rogers and Mrs Ted King were in the receiving line For the program, Miss Jeanne Harrison sang, accompanied by Earl Snjder, Miss Elizabeth Mc- I*an ga\e a reading; Joe Evrard plaied the nccordlon, Bnly Genoese McGhee played a clarinet ?clo ac- ctmpanled by her mother. Mrs, John Schorer, Joe McCIure played Molut numbers with Billy Scliinuek at the piano, Dene Anteii snug, a-companled by Crawford"; Billie Miss Winifred Jean Rogers plaject the piano, and Mrs. Harry Fntzius sang a song, ''Wcncicruil Sailor," the words of which were composed bs Mrs Otis Shepherd, \uth--Mlss Crawford at the piano. Sandwiches, cake and punch were served In the late afternoon. Rcil Peijptr Club Girls Visit Slemplii-, Twenty members of the Red Pepper club of the city high school motored to Memphis Saturday for an air day party..which Included a mctrr ride to points of interest, lunch at the Hotel Pcnbody ami a final activity of tlie school year, retiring president of the club, •—a r .™.-*»,.,v ui <.in; nuu, ^"-ILW iui iii&nuM' scoiG onn n which has 32 members, and Miss *c Mrs. Ed CJuiim for' second Lynettc Tucker is president. Miss Ella Maslen COOTER, Mo., May 30.—Mr. and Mrs. Jack , Rushing are today announcing the marriage of thei sister, Miss Ella Maslen to Mr r-i,. i r, i ,- •""•'"•"• "> »"• me name ol Mr S^^^^ll*!!?^." 1 ! 1 !* Frto >' M ™°»' R"^ ™° aunt., Mrs tea guest. FLAPPER FANNY By Sy im -CQPR mJBYNUStRVICUNC I'M «C \J 5 CMQtfr- .- , ,.; gels Academy. Mrs. Jim Mlllioni has ,,,.,..„.,, , ,,,^ i UilllHCM from Troy, Tcmi., wliere she visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Grimes, 11. Ralph Cohcon of Chaflee, Mo was the guest of Charles' liobcrl Cash Sunday. Mrs! Eddie Rcgenojd and son John Ed, nnd Mrs. Tom Phillips went to Wilson yesterday afternoon whore they accompanied Mrs. Ralph Robinson who will visit another daughter, Mrs. 6. E. Moore. Drs. Carl and EUna Nles were in .[laytt Sunday where they were .iiayti Sunday where they were Mr - nnn Mrs - "• "• Mcuann aim •••- -•.>..•,""" guests of Mr. and Mrs W S Scott children of Matthews spent last cver lo wm «" tllrce '• parents of Miss Marian ' Scott ' wcekc " d llcrc ns Buests of their '?.' esmmcnccmetU. Ho v who received hm- tifirrrx. V^-, n,i narenls aM erandnarents. G. W.: tha social science, E "ll's a marvelous bargain, but I doii'l believe it's worth u cent more thnn I paid for it." Osceola Society — Personal \u\ilfary Dirtluliiy I'arty. •Twenty-two members of Hie Presbyterian Auxiliary \verc guests of Mrs. R. C. Bryan and Mrs. A. J. Crcslbwnrle at the country home cf Mi's. Bryan last week for the inu'unl birthday" parly for the iciieJH of Hie African Girls school n the Belgian Congo. Mrs. W. J, Driver jr.. was Ihe levclionai leader. A piny let eii- illcd "Strength to Strength" sot- ing forth lhe work of Uic school vtis enacted by Mrs. George Doyle, 4rs. L. T. Lawrence nnd Mrs. A. P. Syiicsc. The larijp square pink birthday cake, holding., white candles . occ.ii- ;lcd..(lie ;ccnlcr of lhe dining ta>le. A subslanliM cash offering vas made lo the school. Have ria'y l':irl.v. Mrs. O. E. Massengill and Mrs. Bruce Ivy were hostesses to fifty of the younger society matrons for •\ plixy party at the Osceola Community House Thursday afternoon from 1:30 until 9:00.' The party originally planned as an outdoor To Join Oper Miss Virginia daughter of Mr Nell and Litzelfelner, Mrs.' W. H. I-.il7elfeliicr of Curuthcrsville, Mo. who gained ivlde recognition clurin Bits of News Mostly Personals . • • • - _ Miss Mnry Ullcn'Listen lias returned home from Jonesbora where die was graduated from Hply An- returned oiwictl by n railroad, of which Mr. Mills Is an oJDclftl. Miss Lois Alkcn and Miss Mary Frances Davis went to Marquand, Mo., today where'they will conduct an evangelistic meeting. They plan to be away during the summer 'months; ' •' '. Mrs. John U. Matthews has returned frcm Oseeola where she spent several days with her mother. Mrs, Mamie Little, and her daughter, Miss Jaque Little, ivho was a member of this .year's graduating class of the Osecota high school. The Rev.'Ur. Prank G. Smith of Gmaha, Neb., arrived yesterday afternoon to spend a month with his daughter, Mrs. R. P. Klrshner, and family. Ho will accompany Mr 1 ! Kirshner and daughter, Miss Nancy, and son,, Bobby, lo Frankfort, Mich., where they will spend two months at their cottage on like Michigan. ' i Triple Winner TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1939' Steele-Cooter Society—Personal ,• ,, , , ' \ Llcyd Blomeyer, abo\e, son u< ; Mr. nml Mrs. E. P. Biomeyer, is the flrst student in the history of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McCaim and lhe Biylhcvillc Junior high school ever to win all three awards made was presented First Methodist Bible School To Open Next Monday Enrollment of all children affiliated will, the First Methodist church is (lie aim for the annual Dally Vacation Bible school which opens Monday morning and continues .through two weeks. This year, Hie church will have 1.1.1 separate school as will several other congregations instead ot some combining for classes as has been clone in the past, it was announced todny by the fiev. E B Williams, pastor of the First Meth- The Bible" will be the text book for the Intermediate group. When the' school closes, there will be appropriate exorcises and certificates awarded. Parents arc urged to send their children, to the school the flrsl day, It 'has been announced by the Itcv. Mr. Williams who hopes to have a record attendance. , odist church, who school. Classes for beginners, will head the primary piuL'ins 01 MISS Marmn Scott ' WULtlu lule 5 B UISLH 01 men —: -~ who received her degree from the' Parents and grandparents, G. W.; ""•,, so ,. aclcllcc ' Otiloopalhlc College of Physicians McCann and Mrs. Minnie McClure.' '«a»"!matlM medals, anil Surgeons at Cooksvllle, Mo, Ml ' c i«»>»= *»i>iri M.-* n n I last week. Marcus Keitu of Jonesboro \vas junior and Intermediate boys and Bills will begin at 8:45 o'clock each morning, except Saturday and Sunday, and continue until 11 o'clock, according to tentative arrangements. A worship period, study, handicraft and recreation will be included in the schedule each day. Plates on the faculty have not yet been assigned but these teachers will make up in charge, Mrs. U E. anker, Mrs. O. N. Hawkins, Mrs. Charles digger Jr., Mrs. E. I). Williams, Miss Chiqnita lUL-il , ". ". *»unum:», ivufcb UlllcllUia ..,:,i , , •/ „ „' , ,..—*.%.•...*, English ami Douglas, Miss Carolyn Haley, Mrs. I" bcg ",,"• 7: ' m ,' rlle 50 i 11 ^ 1 In ,-, >-.—._. ,. ; . J. . - cCians of this county, along with a visitor here Monday afternoon. Jimmy Carson has returned from Mrs, James Reid, Mrs. B. H. Siictley and Mrs. Allic Concland R/»v left, Saturday for Detroit, Mlch.,|"- LV * .. .. .... ....... ., lhelr At Dyess On Thursday : '••".to"?.,, *•!.;>.> ^mvjljlk IIHHJ.Y, ml*>. | -;„.. F O. C. Ganskc, Miss Willync Taylor, ! ,, u •' • Miss Adah H. Donoho, Miss Marl ,'° rs ' o! , "f 1 ," 5 '. .™uulies. their - -- nurses nml technicians are urged to be B). the bedside of June Warren. Miss Belly Eberdt, Miss Eloisc Kamey, Mrs. L. E. Old and R. I. Haley, daughter and sister, Mrs. Reba Searcy, where lie attends the Mor- c.xpect to be gone all this week! B. B. Nnlley for three week's' while Mrs. Alien lakes a course of baths. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Lent! ami I L< " llse Bcckhnin were in Blythe- j (mc Jack Lcnun, have returned ] ville Friday night to attend com- and :e n'. Jack Lcnun, have returned J ville Friday night to attend com »iu Tulsa, Okla., where they went' mencemenl exercises, r Mrs. LeiHi'.a nieces, Mary Ca-1 Mr - "J 11 '! Mls - J - A - Wallace am crlne nnd Joiin Lemm, who will children and H. E. Doerncv have tlicrlne nnd Jonn Lemm, who will spend the summer' with Mr. and Mrs. 4 Lemm. ' . Mrs. \\ r illle Allen of Dallns, Tex., has arrived to spend a week or ten days witli her sister-in-law, Mrs. Mattlc Allen. ' ' '• ' Mrs. Grace A. Richards and Mrs. U. M. Turner are spending today in Jonesboro. Mrs. E. Thomas Wrnighl returned home from the Docnier cabin "Lindcnlurc" near Rogersville where they have spent a short vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Cluster Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Hay Jones were visitors In Blythevillc Saturday evening. The condition of Mrs. E. W. McCann who is a patient In the Mem- Liixora, Qsceola, Kcisei-, Whitton, Joiner and Dyess. Repairs are also underway daughters, Snrah nnd Carol, of pllis Methodist hospital Is some Greenville, O., will arrive Monday I hctlcr °V cr tile weekend, however, — "-••-•-- a ,i () Mr Mc . lo spend several weeks witli Mrs ! slie was vvol£e - Wrnlght's parents, Mr. aiid Mrs'.l Can " * as c!)llcl1 to Memphis bill H. C. Martin. Mr. Wraight will llns 1 ' ctltl '» C(! home since she is join them la'ler and spend a week ) ln l'roving. Mrs. Clorine Gilmore here before accompanying them an(l Mrs - M" s chell Hnmra arc home. •'•'.'•.•" |staying with her. Richard Rose, who has been at- 1 1 lending Texas Military Academy 'Dinner's Alvwavc ,«t Terrell, Texas, arrived home ? WI H ler ? Always Salurday lo spend the summer with >r * ^ ' "" his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Rose, who inct him iii Memphis. ' the Osccola Methodist church which include changes'In the arrangement of the chapel, new screens throughout, two additional rooms decorated and furnished on the second floor, addition of altar pads -Venetian blinds, and the entire plant repainted. Mrs. E. p. Douglas nnd children will go to Helena Saturday to visit ,- r — — renlw ™ for 5cvcral rCt " rn lerc Jl » e 7 Thanks to Pigeon Post ' LONDON (UP) — "Fed-up" with iiot gelling his dinner on time when he arrived home from work, / will /William Ramsay, a Tilbury, Essex, lhe dance bus conductor, has found a way vocalist, will be a me ot the ' ' to W °'' k "'"" llim ' B1K| shorUy 1)C summer rally in the outdoor living of Mrs. ho^esiiwts her sister Mrs [• c ivy was moved lo the Commnmly lcelly of cincintmti, Ohio, and Mrs. House on cco . recital in which Louise Dauglas will take part and will then go" to Fayettcvllle, Ark., where they will n™W thie )' islt , Mrs ' ^"'Stos" daughter and fore leaving at night he writes'a win,™ mis family. Mr. Douglas will join his note lo his wife, saying when lie family after his wcrk ns resident .pxp'ecls to reach the house. engineer for the state highway .f 711011 he lies it to the pigeon's House on account of rain. The giicsls came drcwod rs. arry Tyson of Chi lacks nnd other appropriate play. hci . 6oil , 4, r , T „„ jr i , . of Sp< , lcer , nd in Mrs. Harry Tyson of Chicago " d ™ «™ joyed. * * t Visitor Honored. Mrs. James Finger of Riplcy, Miss., who Is Ihe guest of her sister, Mrs. T. P, Perkins, nus hon. - - - — -—^ - cred wilh a brldse nartv eiven bv matinee party. Mrs . w . E. Hunt ,,,,d Mrs. S. L. N Kjlo accompanied the Oladish at Ihc Hunt home Friday arranged the affair us afternoon at which nine tables of petitive drills. "C" company players were present. Linen pil- avuuvi j cm. H j£i jti.-> \\viv [jri'-'icni. ijinen pu- Mtss Marj' Adah Robinson is the low coses went to Mrs. F. p. Ja. . . cobs for highest score nnd lingerie the incoming Mis. H. J. Hale was presented for consolation handkerchiefs award. Mrs. Perkins nnd Mrs. ringer were glvf.n slallonery. Miss Jos-Weds Clyde Barker ^^^"""^ WM Friday Cluh nice',-;. The cnlire mcmherslHp of the Friday Bridge Club was present at. tho home of Mrs. Y. E. Whilmore niony In the presence of a Yew friends and relatives The home vas decorated throughout which made a very pretty selling for the ^cdftmg Mrs. Rushing, ol Cooler was matron oi honor and Frances Irlc of Wanensfcurg, nas best man Alter the wedfng a given ' d nt the Mra. .Sam Cclilc Honored. Mrs. D. S. Lnncy and Mrs. A. F. Spicsc entertained eight guesls (or a bartectic supjier oi\ the lawn c! tiie T-aucy lionie Tuesday afternoon In special honor of the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Laney's moth(!r - Mrs - Sl>m CoWc - T ''C Mrs. S.'b. Glad• " Cam "' lsh ' Mts ' ., '-* r * v iiit-i own, riuiiv iysnn ji wiio was nil s for he, ping poiiff „ student at Gulf Coast. M°Hla?y an<l bovvlinr games. Following live Ac!uicmy tlle pwl tenu w h Jo= games a barbecue supper was en- shlpncn, were gncsls of Mrs. Shippen and Joe Friday euroutc to their home in Chicago. Joe Sliip- pen, who was graduated from the same school last week, was nwnrci- tii the silver loving cuj) for liav- iiia Hie l.vst company in (lie coiu- Joe was captain of the past year.. At The Hospitals Blylhcville ilcspllal Edwin Binghmn, Swift. Mo ad- mltlcrt. Mrs. Franklin Yomip. city, dismissed. T. W. Eskrldgc, clly. dismissed W.llls IIUS[lil;U Mrs. Virgic Moore, city, admitted. Mary Margaret Slcelc, Stecle, admitted. Mildred Chambers, Uixora, dismissed. William Dingier, Tomato, dismissed. i Memphis ISaiiiisl Hospital Warren Amos, Kelser, admitted. « uvt.^v IIIQIJIIUJ i Illyu in; tlU5 It LU U1U ((cpnrtmcnt on the Yarbro overpass leg ami releases the bird. Is completed nboul July 1. They : * When it arrives, Mrs Ramsay resided here for almost n knows exactly when to have diu- liavc year. Patty'Ann Grecii, who has been attending St. Agues school nl Memphis, IMS gone lo Sheffield, Ala., where she is visiting her room male. Elizabeth Jaiic Jvfllls. Patty Ann will be guest of honor Wednesday fcr a picnic, at a private lake cUcrVs MALARIA inTdaysan.l relieves COLDS sj-inpliuns firt-l day I,ii|»i.l, T«l,lti* Salve, NOM: Ori»| in-'-aW,, her ready. ANNOUNCING Summer Classes Book-keeping Shorthand Typing 1'riccs ilcasonjiblc MRS. L..M.'BURNETTE 1010 llearn St. Vlionc fill-Vv The beginners be taught. from the Methodist, text book "Our Happy World"; the primary department's text book will be "Learning About Our Church"; the juniors will study "What Is In Your Bible", and "Understanding to be present. Dr. flyman will be tlie principal speaker at the last meeting on next Tuesday night, June 6. He will be accompanied by Dr. Edward Clay Mitchell and Dr. J. L. McGehec of Memphis. Constipation Relief That Also Pepsin-izes Stomach M MnMnm I , r all Methodist youth from Head Courier News want atis at CmnmnuHy Center Tluu-sday nlghl, " me 1. 'I lie ti'iitat-tvc punvose of the meeting is the organization' of a Hcuth "Mississippi County Method-1 - "- _Pcoplc;s Union to in- when constipation brm K5 on acid imii-, 11 gcstion> bloating, dizzy Bj>cIIs, gas, coated \ tongue, sour taste, and brul breath, your [ stomach is probably loaded up with certain undigested f trod and your bowels don't move. So you need both Pejisin lo help break up fast that rich undigested food in your stomach, and Laxative Senna to pull the trigger on those laay bowels. So be- sure your laxative also contains Pepsin. Take Dr. CatdwelPs Laxative, because its Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that wonderful stomach-relief, while the Laxative Senna mores your bowels. Tests prove the power of Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of undigested protein food which may linger i n your stomach, to cause belching, grist ric acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin* izmg your stomach helps relieve H of such distress. At the same lime this medicine wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your bowels to relieve your constipation. So sec how much better you (eel by taking the laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on that stomach discomfort, too. Even finicky children love to taste this pleasant family laxative. "Buy Dr. Cnldwcll's Lais- alive—Senna with Syrup I'epshi rit your lOOKf HERE'S WHAT A IHILUON USERS SAY ABOUT ELECTRICr WATER HEATERS .' On the best soil, yoiaig Douglas fir trees grow feet each year. more than Sugar icflnciios bones for filtering sugar. Half a tcaspo:uUil scda added to boiling keep it frotn runnhi USR old burnt and whitening of baking frosting will . ist today! (Adv.) TODAY AT ARK-MO POWER CORP. ANNOUNCING BIVTHEVIUFS ESTTIRE The oik family, although cnc ol our most important (tee families, 's young, tend courier News vnml ads. h MOONLJGHT N EXCURSION WON. K J ' other guests • ter of the late Mr and Mrs' ( - u Maslen of Warrensburg, after grad- uatmg from high school she a"i:o attended State Central Missouri Stale Teachers college In Warrensburg and for the past three years site has taught in the Cooler cchool She U neil known, throughout Southeast Missouri. Mr. Barker, "tfho Is Hie son of Mr. and Mrs. o. C. Barker of War- rcnsourg, also attended the same college' and later took, a business •, ^course, He has e\tensivc farm in-) /•*,terests around Warrensburg i J they will make their home. , Redd Courlelr News n^nt aos. Mre - »• Cox ' Mrs ' . .. Tougale. Miss and the Thursday nrldse chib «•„., ihc guest ol Kirs, D. S. l.ancy at her home Thursday afternoon. I-Yii- sraiit magnolia blossoms dccorat- j id the home. Mrs. James Cart- >rlglil was successful scorer. Mrs. Jetlic Driver was the only guest. Mrs. E, S. oshlppcu has as her —PRESCRIPTIONS— Safe - - Accimitc Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. SIMn & First I'hoiic 141 - .cr'ifii^f ELLIOTT FLETCHER "o BOY CHAPTER -U.D.C. * SCOUT SCOUTS SUPPLY AND DEM AND . Soon the mercury will be Icnping lo Hie Ininilrcd mnrk anrf \vilh it will lc,i|i (lie tlc- mantl for more w;i(cr .'•'.'. water for drinking, for Iwlhing. for sprinkling (he lawn ;tti(l a Itundrcd other uses. * Luckily for our cuslomcrs, ihc supply « never shorl. They never; have lo stint, because our deep wells constantly supply far in excc-vs nf (h c city's greatest demand. Winter nr summer, I h c r c is .always an alnindancc (if Roud, pure water for every need. BLYTHEyillE WflTER CO. Bcrnarrt Allen, Msr. . "\Vatcr Is Vour Cheapest Commodity" Firestone Quality Tires at unbelievable prices. * i * We want 300 old tires before June 30th. Get our unheard-of trade-in allowances. * * * FIRESTONE Tires lead in safety and mileage, ' . * * * Guaranteed without limit as to months or mileage. * * * Our trade-in allowances are "sky-high, 1 JUST THINK! From Three lo Five Dollars "*rate-in'-' allowance for EACH of your old tires on brand New Firestone Quality Tires. Terms as liberal as ONLY $LQO per week on FOUli New Firestone Tires. Avoid Old Tire Dangers. Gome to this big sale. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Corner Walnut & 5th Streets Open Day and All Night Dr. Rineberger Will Deliver Talk Tonight OSCEOLA, Ark., May 30.—IJr, James R. Rineberger, associate professor of obstetrics at the University of Tennessee, Memphis, will be the principal speaker at the ninth lecture of Ihc Mississippi County .Host-Graduate Medical Assembly at the Osceolu High School tonight, it is announced by. Dr. T. F. Hudson, of Luxora, chairman of publicity for the series. Er. Rineberger will discuss "Abortion, It's Treatment, Puerperal Infection and the Use of Sul- faniliinide." Tonight's meeting, the ninth in a series of ten lectures planned iL by Dr. O, W. Hyman, dean of the ' VI Memphis school. In cooperation wilh lhe Mississippi county Medical Society of which • Dr. Floyd Webb of Blylhcville is president,

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