The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1937 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 28, 1937
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TWO HI Y-misVILLE (AUK,) COURIER-NEWS • WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 193lf f THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mcs A Conuny having Mid- Week Bridge club Town and Counliy Bridge club meeting with ^trs J W Paikcr. Mre P B Joyncr ha\ing Thursday 'cpntract club 'Hiursday Bridge club meeting \iilh*'Mr> ,H A Taylor. cAholic altai society bingo parly, at social hall, 8 P, M Mrs:> Byron Morse having Thuis- daj Luncheon club i SATURDAY'S EVFNTfl Children of Confederacy having luncheon '-meeting at" home of Betty Phillips, 12 30 P. M, 801 W. Walnut St FLAPPER FANNY/* ; ^ By Sylvia Fir^t Ilaptlst Chnrili > Women Organize W. M. D. A f, Woman's Missionary Union was ^organized at the ! Clear . t»akc Baptist church yesterday afternoon under the'sponsorship of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church. Mrs. Leslie Moqre.vpreslflent of the group here, \\asMn chaise, assisted bj Mrs. J. G *Tfirnes sponsoi oT the Busi- nessjind Professional-Women's cirV cle, [Mrs.' H.' H. Brooks and Mrs. J. U> Newsom'. Officers elected were; Mrs. D. L. Holmes, president, Mis A B Jor- dani'fiist vice- president. Mis W. C. 'Smith,, second vice-president; Mrs! M L O^le thlid vice-president; :' Mrs. J. A. Hayncs; secretary and treasurer, Mrs Frank Austin, reporter; Mrs. 1 Malt Haynes, personal semce chahnmii Other charter members are: Mrs. J; P. ;MllltivMrs; E. A; Austin and Mrs. Kicljaid Hajncs Bufjhess Women Hear Coiivehtion Reports. The meeting of the Business und Professional Women's club, Mon- da'y.hlght at the Hotel Noble, was lakeir..up 'with, reports of the an- nuaj state comcnlion wliich met In Hot springs last weekend rhesc Yierf gi\enT)y Miss Cilia Upperson Mrs."J.'G. Barnes, Mrs. William N Eerryman nnd Mrs. C. H. King, •vvho r attended the meeting ; ; .Tlic newly elected president, Mrs presided Has thili I'artj Mrs. w, • Leon -Smith enicrlninNl members of, the Tirsdn\ Bridgi club and one giiost Mis Walkei H.: Baker, for tlic usual . weekl; luncheon and bridge game She used colorful spring flower: for iho centerpiTc of her dlnirr loom table nnd in the living roor uhere^caids MCIC pltncd Mrs. J Nick Thomas ASCII high and Mrs W , D Chamblin, second-lilgh. Woman's Cluli Has Garden Pilgrimage ^ -''. Mefnbcrs of the Woman s clu observed Dottcr Homes Week ' yes terctay afternoon bj haung a gar den pilgrimage. Members met a the, club house each takim; plant \vhtch \\ere exchanged The several gioups \lsiic:i number" of gardens ohineinbers wh Ihc in BlytheMlle nnd in the near- : bi country Mrs J D Barksdale v,as in charge of: the event. » * a Fcwlcr-Wilson TJie mamage of Mis Edith Wilson and L I, Fowlef uas' solemnized Tuc'diij evening at the licma of Mrs M G Goodwin, sis- tei of the brldegivom The Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastoi of the First church, 'performed the ser- liccj at si\ oclocli Nafeironc Juniors Meet The Junior MiEsionarv Society Will Lecture On [University . I H. I,. l.ouBins, Mrs, llandoliili I'Shiilh, Mrs. M. O, Goodwin and I MI-J. 1'my UoiHrock are in Mom- j phis tortay. "Gran'ma says l.ticcd a good dose of sulphur'and molasses." "Miiybc, but tli.e only sure cure for spring fever is summer."' No Invitation Necessary For Courier- News Cooldiiff' School ,; of (he First Church of the NBZB- rone met Eattirdaj afternoon at i the'.clnnch Bruce McGregor and !«. Willard Evans led in the singing > of special ^ongi and prnjers were L Offered b\ Dorothy Holt It Vyjilhid Fvam president read t a pram 'The Missiomrj Nurse "'. The ten, present \\rrc dismissed 0) Mrs Ophelia McGregor. A welcome Invitation to.'- the wise is .sufficient. The Courier News will gel out no cuyravcd announcciuenLs foi 1 .hat reunion of lioinemakcr.s May 4, 5 nud 0 at Hie Rox'y theater. No door cards, coupons, printed iivilations, or cash will. be needed; just the countersign of all nlert housekeepers, who are due :o say "Show mo the latest home ideas," when they advance on the Roxy next Tuesday afternoon. Showing every person In every theater sent the Iriumphnnt new 1937 Cooking School, direct from Hollywood, will be no problem, for motion picture ingenuity has joined forces with sclcntlc homcmak- Ing to produce an original laboratory' course that deftly combines romance, .sprightly humor, originality and profitable. Instruction. t AlJ" of the popular . features of 'the "Worin'ti'' Coofiing • School are herd: The free- recipe -sheets, th ntmoj-phere of congenial Informality, the wise counsel,,the hints on clever short-cuts, the up-lo- thc mlmilR suggests for entertaining, (he demonstration of deli- clous and nourishing dishes, the array of modem kitchen equipment and the distribution of dailj jifls and real surprises. Easy lo Sec All those ciemenis of fun and profit have been retained, and al arc made doubly worth-while because every guest of the Courici News will have nil liullvldun Jsc'-un of every process. This scle.ulinc new laboratory or ideas has graduated out of the class where hundreds of women craned their necks m a vain attempt to sec wlmt was happening on the stage, or assailed the lecturer with plaintive cries: "Hold It up high, where we all can .see," Now Ihc camera will make the course truly fascinating and valuable, with remarkable close-ups of each process in a scries nf model | conveniently-equipped kite he us- i winsome bride, who shares the perplexities of ( muny an older housekeeper. Actually the title should be "It Might Happen lere," for the human story lias mlversal appeal. And it might lave happened right, in this com- n'.mity. . Numerous nationally - k no w n Inns and progressive merchants 'rom our own community arc joining with the Courier News in making the entertaining rchool milluble. They' promise a dally Harvest of i;enermis gifts and surprises, which"will be distributed in addilon to the useful recipe shea Is. Guests of the Courier News will Bits of News Moslly Personal Alex Cohen, of Nashville, Tenn.,i attending to business here. Mr. find Mrs. N. E."l'ai'ml : ll have id as (heir quests for the past week, Mr. Punnell's jiigther, MnV J. H. Wilson, of Stuttgart. Ark., ind liis .sister, Mrs. Oscar Bowi'rt'. i)l Oakland, Calif. They returncri to their homes Sunday. '.''.• , Mrs. N. E. Pannell i'diinicd home yesterday from Ncwbeni; Tenn., where site fillsiftlcd to business. • Mrs, George- Uopp' and' pin,' of Memphis, arrived last night to be wllh Mrs. Kopp's mother,; Mrs. H, li. Oakes. who is .seriously, ill <it lhe family residence, 100 Dougaii Avo. Mrs. I'rcd Gore motored down for her. Mrs. Harvey'Morris Is 111 at' iier home on Kentucky. Avo.' ' : E. M. Holt attended to business in Little Hock yesterday. V George W. Baihuin spent j'fti- Icrday in I'uragould on business 1 Mrs. D. K. Ltintrlp : mi \ two daughters, wlio have been with Mrs. Lnntrip's parents, Dr. arid Mrs. W. L. Wallers," lit Harrison/ Ark., have joined Mr. Lantrip nni! are now making their home--at 395 Broadway, ' " Ernest Hnlscll - spent yesterday ill l.Utla Rock, where he- visited relatives. GCOI-RC Poison, of St.' Louis, 'is iitteiulins; lo business here today. Miss PcuKy McKcei; and Mls§ Frnnecs Tucker, who . is visiting here from Washington. D. O., and Wllllnm Lawslie. will' attend thb horse show in Memphis Sunday. W. E. Barnes, of Memphis, nt- lenrtotl to busiiiL'f.s licre yesterday. J. B. Chine left yesterday afte'r- nnd Mrs. li. J. Stephens sr., ofj peels in 1910 to \K eligible for the Atlanta. He Is employed by the 75 year pin. government there, • where he and his nricle will make lliclr home. |Miss Chartine McCord jWiil Preach This Week j. Is Married at Allan la at Full Gospel Church i .. .^.. . OAP.UTHEnoVii J,E, Mo. — A(i- The Rev. P. Lindblade, of Kan- iJouiicenieiU has l;cen made here sas City, Mo., wilt preach at the o* the recent marriage of Miss full OosiK'l church, Vine and ^iiailhii.' McCord of this city nml Lilly Sis., Thursday und Friday licbm Jtidson Slephcns jr. of nighls, it )ms been announced by At.anln, fiii.,, the wedding being the pastor, the Rev. w O Sin- £o!<innlKed in (he West End gletcrry. iCInirch of ..Christ, Atlanta, by the ' Rt ,', v ,' l [ ° ; - Hilltl - ' 1I?ES I'JNOS, Cnl, (UP)-uanicl Mm bride was e'iven in marriage MclJonald, 99, says he is the old-' «y her Lrothcr, Wesley McCord, a' "I living Mason in Etuctriil at l)avid-Li|iscomb collCBC Stales. He entered ™,,, ,„ :.l r.n'jln'iilo. Tcnn. She wa.s at-, Nova Scotia May 'JO, 18U5. Ho nl- lh e United masonry in' ' Arthur M. Harding, MBr; u,ry oto went wu he University of Arkansas Alumni !,,,„,,, wll[ ,,, c n ' n ' r .tended by Mrs. J. 0. Little of Al- 'r.i!ta. 'Ihr- i.rooni was attended by J C. Little. Mrs. Stephens, the daughter of .Mr. an;l Mrs. C. S. McCord, made this city lior home most of her life, She ij n graduate of the lo- '™ ,1^10 " A f '^ U , Uv«l te schoal iiuditorlum, to l-ijli scheo!! i a ago ,, ,, , Mr. Harding is professor of as- 1 T|, C Iroiiomy and inalheuialics at liic j university, and- Is -•'*•—-— nts wLirc given in honor of Broaching marriage by her i:i Atlanta. groom is the EOII of Mr. ready has his 50 year pin and cx- biliousness, sour stomach, bilious indigestion, flatulence and headache, due to constipation, JOc and 25c at dealer* The following Dentists' officE.s will tic closed each Thursday afternoon: Dr. Fred Child, III'.- H. A. Taylor, Hr. W. P. Brewer, Dr. L. H. Moore f * 8affi3 COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE I'bonc IOC MARGARET'S | BEAUTY SHOP SaasaraaimwagsiagriiiMsaanmtJ Have You Visited Our New Moilurn Service Station? While Rose Gasoline Goodyear Tires Willard naileries Koacl Service On - Gas - Tiivs - Wrecks 21 noun sjiiitvit/K Call G33 For Prompt Service Tom Little Chevrolet Co. the author troniise.i. of noon for Dayton. O., because 61 the critical illness of his father. ' Miss Mary Outlaw,: who I fas iiccn .at Rector several flays with his mother who has been' critically ill, returned yesterday. -Hei mother is belter. Her sister, Iv Arch Grny. ana Mr'. Gray, mot c(l her home. Mr. and Mrs.' Wr S. Langdon had as their guests overnight, l\[f. I '^ll'_.! W. R. Adams und oilier li yesterday. ' She wa.s joined here by her jion, Elliott Saitain. and fiimily,' who now live at p^coola. J. Mcll Brooks and P. II. Acton '•'vc returned from a brief busl- i'j.-trlj) to' St. L/o'iiis. >li'i'.-j.Dixie !Crav;foi'd und- Mre. liilcj;-. B. : Jonos are in Memphis lodajy " -..•'.''• J. T. Pliiliips, who now pcnds most'of his -time ';r-neiui 0 w is n Meiiiphta yesterday on busmc Mis. Mabel Walls pent M t'erriay.. in Memphis. Clcvc Scott, of Carulhcisvil'le. ivas cfhis i tci Mr Henderson C. . Hall, and' limiH Sunday. : Mrs. W. D. Chiiinblln md Mis M. A. Isaacs are in. Memphis lo Jay to see Tallulah-Bnikh-id m •liolleeted Glory." C. M. McDerinott..inul iwcnt in emergency opcmtton/iist ni lit it the Blythcvlllc hospitiil Sirs. N. B. Mcnard, liei mothci Mrs. Hale, of Monroe L-> Mr Eharc a host of •adventures next..... Tuesday, " Wednesday, and and Mi-s. Abe Hushes,, of;Muncie. I Ind., nephew and niccc<. of 'Mr. Langdon. ;'•; ' . l- Mrs. J. K. Sarlnin, of'.Mcmpliis. was the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. .Thursday in the Koxy . thcaWr. Doors will open at 1:45 'ami 'the scliuol -will .will starl promptly .at J 2':30. 'HERXA'I.'" [?MT'1'1N(, 1 M'NS FREE INSTRUCTIONS Now spring and MIIIIII i Latest styles Classes, I-Viday. 2 0 I \i MUS. " ilOH Chlckneuvvbn fiio real, workable kitchens, (not 'the synthetic, false-front variety), where trained Will and Society Osccola — Personal Bits. Uildgcs anil Mr- Storall Hosics'ics Sixteen m«mbDrs an-1 lour additional guests heard a proiram on Ei^lish .irtists at tf c meeting of the. LiUr-iry depirtmcnt of thb Progressive club held at Hi- home; ot;AIrs w H Stoialt on Ha'" avenue yesterday afternoon. .Mrs.JJwight BlackR-ood and Mrs. J B aunn discuss'.d thi, work of . Sjrgent and Sluait, while Mrs George Abrcy told of the life and work of George Inncs- Paintings of each were shcnvn and examined Guests were Mrs. Frank Diilanev Mrs W T Potter, Mrs span'n and Miss Nettie Grav * * * Attend College Sleeting The Rev and Mrs E I,. Col" Mrs. R. H Jones L^man Shcd"-' dan, and Mr and Mrs F E Tompkms attended a RCiiTal niasi meeting lie!,-} at Joncsboro Baptist coliLgc jeslerdaj, at winch lao rop- rejcnlatncs Of 45 churches \verc present. » * t G B Scgravcs Is a business visitor In Little Rock lodai. homcmakcrs plan, measure, blend, mix (complete apiwtijing cakes, pics |:nlnfls and meat tlishcs thai look ins thoui'li they could be picked right out of the picture and eaten on the spot. Keeping pace with the baking rcasling and fryin;;. a wrics of '"lads and Iro/cn clrlieaclcs will wrnrtc in and out of the ;Hiill , t . able electric if fi-lgerntor. which will reveal iu hou of possibilities [or ;.mi|ihlyin s labor ami markot- rullli and B ood food ° B ° 01 \V.,a( , 0 rt wjth ^^.^ energy nnd temper in make that c daily riisli? HOW piecrust the men lo '»' to give first-aid It won't be necessary lr> ; ,sV tbr, for expert home special- i i»ls have iuiticipatc.i these vcrv 1 problems. Tiu-y know what bc-lh'- cis many an cx|>cricnccd liousn- »=ciiEr, because it is their job to MIOW and to counsel helpfully, ftrirte ?s Heroine all that sound Information-not'as » voiitine lecture, not as.n formal highbrow demonstration, but as J real Kom.incc of Hamemakinjr, Hi I of suspense ant! charm, anrt inform:,] chats from - one-soocl- cook-to-anothcr. What about the story and what about, the cast? Some familiar Hollywood faces Como in today or phone for the bedrock proof cf ' CMC extra value.' Tr'ucl: buyers in all lines of industry are critically in- spectingand comparing CMC trucks. They find in the unusually complete "truck-built" CMC line cf conventional and cab-over-cnginc models a type and size exactly fitted to their needs— one with advanced Rtrcam-styling combined with cv- clusive "dual-lone" color design nnd dozens of other modern features thoL assure improved performance and money-savins; operation. Sec, compare and judge for yourself. CAROlf LOMBARD FRED fifacMURRAY A Smart Pebbly TUESDAY, MAY •] — SJfill.(IO-j!ANK NK;iIT! (U's.> Stale Tax) Jliss Kililli Mitils ivns calliM fcr lilt: ?I2r..f.!l last nielli—Tint sl\r was i:ct i-rt-scnt—IMalihifj bank- deposit licxf week S15IUO; Aiimissiciu—Always ID & Zl'n: Matinees Frithiy. Saturdays Simtlay j Shtw Kvcry \islif.'* Friday and j Suiulay Mutincis Kt.lvt at 2:IS. Saiurday Malincc at 1:C, o»n V. M.A. C. Tfmo urci jou of Icwii oN nl Won le ralei QUALITY AT PRICES LOWER THAN AVERAGE Adults AihiiUlcit • for Price o[ All C'lundrcu^lOc iF Superstition has It that the finder of a horseshoe should hang. H up with the ends pointing up- tton. which was filmed and dl- *»ard, so that "Lhe coming good reeled in one of the famous West ig svili be recognised in this produc- Jucfc may -> be held -nitnin the 'Coast studios., The'- heroine is SOI K. Main lUydicvtllc. Ark.' GENERALIMOTORS TRUCKS ^e TRAILERS A C O I U M D 1 A p I C t U B t •Also Sclecttd Shorts ' li;c nig pictured above gives you a Iiinl of l-'inntwisl's texture, bill you really must come in and ice! it, loo ... and sec the gorgeous colors. i''ii'ralwist is a practical carpeting because it doesn't sliow fool- j-rinls and cooperates wholc-hcarlcliy with you- vacuum cleaner. Woven of sturdy resilient Lively Woo!. There are many similar carpels, but the Bigclcw texture o.ncl quality are distinctive and outstanding. BE SURE YOU GET Bioclow FIRMTWIST. And lhe cost is very nominal—quality considered. Let us give you an estimate on a rug for your rooms,., or {or carpeting., from . wall to wail, In c/klilKm to i'imuwist, let us show you the beautiful up-to-date ru«s, nrny b sicck, of BEAUVALS, FERVAK, CLIFTON, NANTASKET and SANFORSTAN. Good ^Furniture Moderately Priced ^•-:S3Z3?J355C2;C3iffiSJ

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