BLYTHEVILLE ,(ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, Parties Will ^ Honor George Lees''Guest Mrs. S. O: Williams of Shreve- portj La., house guest ol Mr. and Mrs, George M. Lee, -1211 West Ash, »il) be guest of honor at a number ' of social affairs during her visit here. Mrs. Joe Hamby was hostess yrttovd&j' .at her home on South Elm Street • with a dinner party complimenting her. Mrs. Lee was hostess with a bridge luncheon todny honoring '; her houseguest and tomorrow, 'Miss Marguerite MiXthews will entertain with a droji-ln. Friday night, Mrs. John R. McDonald will bo hostess 'with a social event complimenting Mrs. Williams. Mrs. Williams, here with her daughter, Gaylc, made her home in Blytheville while her. husband, Captain Williams, was stationed at Blythovillb A.Vy Air Field ns Instrument Instructor. * # • Methodist Women Meet For Program, Social Mrs. H. W. Wyllc was In charge of the program presented Monday afternoon at the Woman's Society of Christian Service of first Methodist Church meeting at tlic church. Also taking part on the program was Mrs. Jolm Foster, who discussed "Progress of Women In Status and Service" and "Women In the Methodist Church." Mrs. Maude Melton had charge of the devotional. Following the program and business session, there was a social hour in the church recreation roams. Hostesses were Mrs. Wyllc, Mrs. Poster, Mrs. W. L. Homer, Mrs. Mary Henley, Mrs. Dan Diinkin, Mrs. B. M. Matthews, Mrs. Ray Hall. Mrs. B. p. Brogdon, Mrs. S. P. Martin and Mrs, George Hamilton. Grand Matron Honored At Osceola Luncheon - Mrs. Thercse. N. Scott of Fort Smith, Worthy Grand Matron. Order of the Eastern Star of Arkansas, was honored with a buffot luncheon, given by the officers of the Osccola Chapter, in Osceoln. Friday, July 5, In the home of Mr?. Mttttic Shlppen. Other honored Ruests were Mrs. Prances Bogan of Luxorn, Past Grand Matron of Arkansas. Mrs. Katherlnc Green, of Maniln, District Deputy Grand Lecturer of Ihe 15th District.. Mrs. Maude Cm-belt of Gilmore, Grand Ileprcsonlatlve of New York to Grand Chapter of Arkansas, Mrs. Vena Peail Wil- iarns, of Oxceola. Worthy Matron R. Bogan, of Luxora, 33 decree Mason, and Jake Threilkill, Past Patron, Osceola. The dining table was draped with hand crocheted lace tablecloth. Yellow snapdragons, fuchsia ribbon rimmed, arranged in a Georgian silver bowl formed the ccnlorpicne. Matching silver candlesticks held lighted yellow tapers. Individual tables were colorful with yellow and fuschia place cards decorated with yellow jonquSLi. Kul cups were yellow and fuschla bassets. Dowls and vases of, yellow and fu sch I a flowers cave color to the spacious home of Mrs. Shi ripen. Mrs. Scott was presented a gold fan-shaped compact. Mrs. Prances Bogan and Mrs. Mattie Slilppen. the hostess, w(ore recipients of gifts from Mrs. Katherlne Green. During the luncheon a tribute was repeated In unison by (he officers of the Chapter, and then a "Tribute to Therese was given to Mrs. Scott by Mrs. Ruth Rngsclnlc, Associate Matron. Baptist YWA Meet Held Monday Night The Young Woman's Association of First Baptist Church met Monday night at the home of Miss Cliffie Overman. Miss Mary Glenna Rowland -led (lie devotional for the 15 members present and Miss Adnline Lee discussed the last chapter of the Home oiislralion MKsiori Book. The hostess served refreshments. Bits of News Mostly; Personal Heads Lawyers Home Canning Discussed By Lone Oak Club Group The Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. II. L. Baldridgc on Monday, July 8, with 19 members present. ''Mrs. ' Tom" 'Bi-llhilff; 'president, presided over the business session. The devotional was given by Mrs. Forrester Moore and Mrs. R, E. Davis led the community .singin During the business session the club quilt and the Play Tournament were discussed, I • Miss Cora Lee Colem'an, home demonstration agent,' gave a dem- Mrs. K. J. Spencer and daughter, Joyo, of Richmond, Calif., formerly of Blyllievllte. are guests of her mother, Mrs. T, C. Searlct, 1015 West Vine, and her sister, Mrs. Charles McHauld, and family. 1\0 Lake. M,r.s. Spencer anil ,Ioye plan to he here two or throe weeks. Mrs. W. I,, stiles is at home, BOO South Lake, after undergoing treatment several days at Ulylhevillc Hospital, Her condition'is satisfactory. • Misses Mnry and Frances Dowdy have gone to nalesvlllc ti> spend a brief vacation with their uncle nnd aunt. Senator and Mrs. O. K. Jonnj. Mrs. Mollio Rll has returned to her homo In St. Louis after having spent the past .six weeks wllli her nephew, Charles Lutes, and family, at their home on Highway til .South. Stuff Sergt. and Mrs. C. 15. Carroll of Memphis, where he Is stationed nt the Municipal Arl]>ort, will arrive the latter part of the week to he guests a few days of Mr. anff Mrs. C. S. Dowdy, 110 South Franklin Street. Prank Cooley. of New York City, is the guest today ut his j;rand- mntlicr. Mrs. Emm a Uiirnc.v. and aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. P::ut E. Cooley, 1125 West. Hearn. Mr. Cooley. who arrived last nighi in Memphis by plane, is en route to Estcs Park, Coio. There lie will attend the National Student Yoima Men's Christian Association Secretary Seminar during (he month of July. The first of Au;;;isi. lie will leave for Chirm to do Y work. J. Cecil Lowe. :m North Sixth, Is undergoing treatment at Blytluivillii Hospital foi 1 a slims infection. 'Jimmy I-owc, son of Mr. and Mrs. .1. Cecil Lowe, is in camp this week nt Koi-iicllfr Lake, near Littlo Hock. Miss Vivian Hcacham and Charles licachnm of Chicago are ijuesls of their aunt and uncle, Mr. .ind Mrs. Charles Lutes, ant] family, at their homo on Highway til South. Mrs. Earl Magcrs. of Deli, derwent a tonsiloctomy today Walls Hospital. Her condition satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Donnlcl H. Day 1.3f!() West, Holly, have as their Kucsls ' ' ' Wealthy Club Woman Slashes Her Wrists MIAMI JIKACII, Fla., July 10. (UP)—-I'olkv hero today apparently hail clused the records on whr.t they termed "attempted suicide" by Mrs. Jlcrnlco Uothstonc, sister-in- law of the late New York un: bier. Arnold iiotlisluin, They revealed last night that Mrs. llolhstone was given a blood transfixion at a hospital here yesterday after slashing her wrists at her- fashionable Rivo Alto Island home last week. Mrs. Uothstone was discharged a few hours later. Hospital attend- Mrs. Shaiplip Honored & With Birthday Party f Mrs. C. T. Shamlin was honored with a surprise birthday party at the meeting of the Woman's'^So- ciety of Christian Service of Z..akc Street Methodist Church Monday afternoon at the home of Mi'i J W. Purtle, 1701 Hearn St. J During the social hour, Mrs. Vf. L. Green read a letter expressing ftib society's -love for Mrs. Shnmlin, who has scn'ed as treasurer the pasl : six years. • Mrs. C. M. Baxter was the program leader and those assisting were Mrs. George Crews, Mrs. Jo. • Strickland, Mrs. George Shanks Mrs. Green, Mrs. Bates Sturdy, Mrs W. B. Mayo and Mrs. Allen Var Winkle. Mrs. George N. Stilwell, president, conducted o short business meeting. |i| Y. Leaders Have Party The. Y Junior Leaders had n swimming party n t Municipal Poo Monday night, climaxed with r picnic supper. Members and their dates were chaperoned by Miss Alice Saliba. Y program director, and Miss Al mcda Berry. Read Courier News Want Ads. un- at was New head of filytlieville Bar Association is G. E. Keck, long Circuit Court judge of Northeast Arkansas. He succeeded Claude. F. Cooper recently in the annual election. At The Hospitals Klylheville Hospital Admitted: Mrs. .1. L. Hlldreth, Manila. .1. Cecil Lowe, city. Dismissed: Wayne Hull, Luxora. Ellis Wallace, CXsccoln. Walls Ilusiiilal Admitted: Mrs. J. W. Collins, Holla W. IV. Shaver, city. Mrs. Earl Magers, Dell. Lester Gill Jr., Dell. Christine Keller. Cooler, Mo. Mrs. Martha Keller, Cooler, Mo. Dismissed: Carl Anne Holt, city. Elco Lindsey, Kcnnetl, Mo. Mrs. Clifford Autry and baby Holland, Mo. Memphis Ila]ilist Hospit:) Admitted: Albert Lee, Luxora. of New York City. Levy formerly was president of the Manhattan Board of Aldermen. Arnold Rothstcin was shot to death in an unsolved slaying 0:1 Nov. 'I, 1928. ants described the cuts as deep, but not serious. She. Is the wife of Jack Uolli- stone, owner of Miami Beach's exclusive Club 22. He is a brother of the late Arnold Hntlislcln. Molh- stone said he changed his name "at the request of the woman 11 Every year, hundreds of thous- loved and whom f married " I i , * n< t u - 'ands of Intelligent young American.-. No charges were placed against finish high school n nd are faced Mrs. Hothstone, the daughter of with the fact that they cannot af- former Judge and Mrs. Samuel Levy, I ford to go on to college trade or . Continuous Shows •Every Day Box Office Opens 1:41 Show Start* 2:*M1 MKTKN TO KI.CN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.in. Wednesday Thursday :mel Kriday -, In canning. (A round a; K T"'Mr'.s''' Samuel w"'""Dav "of able discussion-was 'held on conowingo. Md., who arrived Mon- .nuscs of spoilage n home canned . ,]„,, fnr „ w( ,,. k . s s|nv _ T| , , , , rails and vegetables. The club, second visit here. " linvln» spe.H ncmbcrs brought out the point their vacation last year iirniytlie- that the condition of ,l^!e. canned ville. product Is determined bS' the condition of Ihe fruits and vegetables when canned. Husky, over mature vegetables will not produce a jar of succulent vegetables. Tile meeting was adjourned by all giving tlie club creed. Durinj; the social hour a true and false contest was held on "Common Ideas and Suporsjlitlons \yiiicli We • Hear-'Eacli' Day;" A 'miniature tan was given Mrs. Forrester Moore for having the highest percentage In this contest. On July 22 the Lone Oak will meet at the home of Otha Via. Club Mri. Mr. 'and Mrs. J. if. Bowen. of Litlln Rock, nre spending several lays in Mississippi County, having rrivcd yesterday. Iliev came to Blytheville to visit Mr. and Mrs. Fumes L. Vcrhoeff. sill 1-a West iVnlnul. and also are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hunn in Osceola. Mrs. liunii is a sister of t/H: Uowen, .assistant foreman of the nocbunica] department, of the Arkansas Democrat, Little Hock, where Mr. Vorlmeff formerly was ity editor. Y Plans Ping Pong Tournament for Girls Registration began today for the girls' ping ]X>ng tournament to be held Saturday at the Blytheville Center, it was announced by staff members. Any girl in Blytheville and vicinity is eligible 'to participate ii the one-day event. Drawing foi opponents in the Saturday matches will be held Friday. Participants may register in person at -tho Y or may -contact leaders by telephone at the Y before Friday noon, the deadline. A boys' tournament will be held next week. , • Announcement Storting Sunday, July 14th The Undersigned Florists The National <1-IT Clnlj enrollment .shows that the 1SH3 record uf GOB.lil!) members between the IIRCK of 14 and 21 exceeds that of iny other rural organization. Coming Events THURSDAY Mrs. Noy Hunt hostess to the Fkiells siiiidny School Class ol First B;i])list Church. Mrs. E. li. chlUvood entertains members of Friendly nook Club. FRIDAY CDC Club meeting' with Mrs. Paul Bynim. A new rat poison sodium flnor- acelnte, may be as deadly to rodents as DDT Is to flies. Not. yet on the market, the rat-killer Is known as Com|joiiml 1080. |We Have Them! . . BATHINETTE'S "Babee Buoy" Bathers dift Wrapping FUKE T O T S H 0 P Phone 2308 105 South Second Phone 931 for better TAXI SERVICE For lorif* trips—5 or mure (o Memphis or Little Hock, near lr;iin f;irc for round Irlp. LOCAL CALL . . . Twin Gables. . . .35c Midnight Inn . . 50c Golf Club ... 50c Manila $4.00 Osceola .... $4.00 Olhor pliers in comparison. I J. R. Payne, manager Lake and Main BIG BINGO Wednesday Night 8 o'clock At the Armory 50* Sponsored by Catholic Altar Society business school. But today m^y can...by enlisting in the new Heg- ular Army. July Clearance Special Group of Table Lamps Glassware Pottery and Framed Pictures To Go at 1-3 to 1-2 Off The GIFT SHOP b MOSS BRYAN ion East Main v'J will be Closed on Sundays Starting Sunday, July 14th, and on each Sunday thereafter, we will be closed. No deliveries will be made nor will any business be transacted. ^ye solicit your continued co-opera. tion . . . which will enable us to service your orders of flowers Monday through Saturday of each week. Signed: The Flower Shop Heaton's Home of Flowers ifyanr Floral Co. Osceola, Ark. Barefoot Sandals! Mens 2.98 to 5.95 Womens 2.95 to 3.95 Boys 2.95 Childrens 2.45 to 3.45 FWRAJJ80N-HALB.WALLI8 nt. mnnn mmm SAM WOOD •'•~™™ TENNIS SHOES I51;\cU U])i>crs — Grey Soles Men's - Size 6'/ 2 to 11 — 2.21 Boys - Size 2'/2 to 6 2.01 Youth's - Size 11 to 2 1.91 Child's - Size 6 to lOVz — 1.78 Womens - Size 5 to 9 1.78 \Vilh White Uppers — (Jroy Soles Family Shoe Store FEINBERGS FASHION SHOP 315 West Main St. Blytheville Ark. After Ihe "Fourth" SUMMER SAVINGS In line with Ff/NBERG'S policy of clearing our stocks each season we have now marked many items for dismissal. In addition to the items 'listed below you will tend many other equally good values when you visit us. Womens and Misses Shorts. 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