The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1937 · Page 2
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PAGfc'TWO BLYrHBV.ILLB, .'(ARK.)' COURIER NEWS APRIL £*'* Social Calendar . ~* ; 'SATURDAY'S EVENTS :' "Children of Confederacy having luncheon meeting at home pt Befly PliiHiiKS, 12:30 P. M., 801. W. Wnlhul St. ,'••'• {J$jj$i$^ By. Sylvia -COr(L*l5)IDVNC*6rRVICtJW.\T.M.n4U.S.('»T.CFF.- fnlcrl.iins Chili. ••-Members of the Wcclncsrtny 5sr|dgc cjub had lunch with Mrs. •Wr J. 1'olliud this ttcck when she •served''the menu fit n table deco 'rajed with a bouquet of tulips, In •niany colors, Irani'her yard. Sh° ijsed.Tnlismaii roses, nnrcissus and jjornflowcrs in the living room -where: the card gnmcs were Inter plnycd. • » • fe>gy McKcc! Is Given Suriirisc Shower by P, K. O. Miss Peggy McKeei, wliosc m«v- rlasc lo William Lavrslic will l>e Toiemnired May n, wns compU- jneutcrt with a surprise shower by members of chapter "D" of the P JE. O. which met Wednesday aft: «rnoon at the home of Mrs. C. lEabcock. Miss kcKcel recently became a member bt this group. ' Tte carrying out of (lieMay Day 'mm the bridal schemes was eifecl'- Jvely done ill |hc table dccoralious ifor tea, which followed the rcgula 'meeting ' The centci piece wat. n Mny pole idriiped in while ribbons and tSci <to each ribbon \vtis n liandkerchicl •^converted Inlo a miniature flgur (which represented a lady, dancing iuround the May pole. At-'.the 1 loot, ibf the pole were narcissus scnt- 'lercd nboul, In a star effect. [ The Brldnl chorus from fjOlicn- ,grin was played by Mrs. Murray ( Smart ami. Mrs. Paid L.. Tipton •sang "The Sweetest Story Ever jTold" before Little Ann Bnbcock I crow:icd Miss McKecl as May [Queen and .'presented lier the gilts, i : Mrs. C. W. Alfllck presided |<l t(he tea lable fiom which rafresh- iinents \\frc served. In which pi«lel •colors were cmptmslral. , roi tile program, which wns • sludyjof Russia, the Rev. Maurice - Ljons,, rabW of the Temple Israel, "Told'u'Russian slory mid a Yiddish i slory, lrans|[ite<l into English;' • • i ... » Daughter Born. ' A daughter .was born early this _ morning.Ho Mr." and Mrs. H. G . PnrtlQ\\, Tlic baby r who • weighs > eight and a half pounds, hns been | named Patricla ( Altec. Mrs. Part, low and baby are at tile Ulythevillc » hospital. j Have Bible Study i Women of (he 'Church of Christ j. had their second study in the , New Testament in a niecting V Wednesday •afternoon,'nl the home L of Mrs. Hnrry- SaiisoiiK Tills Is J , new study of: (he Bible which the i members will' use each week. | Mrs. Sansom led the study, talc' en from : Matthew 3 and 4, unrt i the meeting was dismissed b; > Mrs. AddisonxSmlth. • Jewish 'Alii; SIcsls.. ] The 25 mcmbErs of : thc Jewisli v Aid society, i mho attended • (he 1 meeting last night nl the home J of Mrs. Milton Stcrnbcrgr, licard , reports' of past events and plans f made for future activities which ' wiil^ also earn money for the ! Temple. .It was decided to coh- i timio the weekly meetings through • next, week to make up for the | meetings missed during the recent . flood. The•;.,• benefit' parly given »l Bits of News Mostly Personal "I simply can't trim it so it looks like this yciir's ; model."; ^ """ "Well ii you. can't make, it over, make it Jo."' Seek Music And Lilci'ary Honors Al Cotiway Meet Students of the senior high chcol, who won honors In the ecc'nt Northeast ArkiuiKa.s LH.er- uy meet nt Jonc.sl:oro, went to lonway to<luy to compete for ichors In the stale contest bcln icld there Friday and Saturday. The students wore accompanied >y W. D. McClurkln. siincrliiUnd- inl, wlio will preside in the piano ccnlcst, Mrs. Selma Lentv. Mor- isoii, >director of [he glee club incl mmrlcl, mid Piuil Cm If Carney Lnslie accompanied tho athletes who will compete In another contest. Contestants nre: Bonnie Jcnr Biu:haiHii>,v.j'lolln; ..Iniie', Osccola Will Select Carnival Queen Tuesday OSCKOLA, Ark. represent Osccola — A queen to at the Mcm- phis Oollon ' Carnival will he clinsen Tuesday nlglit, May;4, nl (he Ocm Ihcalcr. • Election of Ihc i|iicen will lie. followed i>y a Cotlon Rail '.In .her honor nt ihc Coiiimuntty House. K. L. Tnlinfcrro will Ijc the queen's offlclnl escorl. Committees In charge nre: contestants and finance, Julia Oralg, Virginia Blnrkwoocl iincl Emma Cox;, float, Wclby Youns, Ben Bhicslcln niul Raymond Cartwright; dunce. Julia Craig, Vlr- SlniiiBlnckwood, .Jeltic Driver, E. Ii. Tiillnferro wood Jr. Mls:s I.oulsc Uochiiek, of Dallas, Trxas, Is'lhc guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Stovull. Mr. and Mrs. Thco walden, of Monroe. I.a., spent la.st week with Mrs. walden'o parenta, Mr. . ami Mrs. M. II. Onrner, who live or th« Sonlli highway. They returned Sunday lo Monroe and are moving to Ba'ton nougc at once. Before leaving Sunday thoy mgtorod lo Memphis Saturday, (or n show, accompanied by Mr.' and Mrs. L,. J CJarncr, Mrs. Russell Oalncs, Leon aril nnri Keith Garner, Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Smttl and Mr. and M>'s. Tim Estes re turned last night from .Tupelo Miss., where they have been: will James Smllli, who was serlousl Injured in a highway accident lica, llicrc Sunday. While his cnnd (Ion Is serious, physicians belley he will recover unless complication s:t In and it Is planned lo move him to Memphis soon, If bis condition pcrmlls. • .. Mrs. Rlton W. Klrby, Mrs. \V. L. Horncr, Mrs. Harry w, Ilalnes aiid linr hoits3g(icsl, Mrs. Louis H. stelii, of Grand Island, Neb., aUcmlsd (ho show, "Rcflectell Glory," . in Memphis yeslcrdav. Mrs. J. T. Hall, who went ' lo ' Ilcrnando, Miss., lo be with her father, C. E. Emerson, who is critically ill, will remain there for some time. His condition is unimproved. E. H. Rogers Jr., who underwent an operatoti for appendicitis several days ago at Ihc Memphis Baptist hospital, Is feeling much Improved and will probably be brought lo his home here Sunday.Mils mother, Mrs. Emma ho 15 visiting here, Ejx?nt ycsler- ay In Memphis. Miss Helen Grimes has gone to azoo City, Miss., to spend her acallon with her sister, Mrs. O. Btankcnship, and, family. She •ill be away n week or ten days. Society a •"crsonul Jackie Vanranl wcnl is'far a>; Forrest City, where she vlsiled relatives. They returned home Monday. Miss Vanzaiil was accompanied home by her sister, Mrs. Joe Milton of Forrest City. them Mrs, William lidwarels in Piggott Sunday for (lie birthduy anniversary of Mrs. W. I,. Thompson's mother, Mrs. Lehman. Mis. Lehman was 85 years old. Miss Clarice Little, county crvisor of recreation, wai; f.ie Mi-s Martha Mrs. -Louis Townscnd and son, Wcody Mac, of 'Joncsboro were'luncheon uucst of Ihc guests of Mrs. Townscna's I Matthews Tuesday, mcllicr last week end. P!llll Faulkner, county suusrvhor Sammy Ashabranncr. who has of N, Y. A., was hi Manila on Miss Willcne Hwink entertained 40 friends with a lawn party at ie>r. home here Tuesday niyht. Mr. HiKl^Mrs. Clabmimc Tiplon of Monctte were the gucsls ol' Mrs. C. W. Tipton Monday. Miss Aiinn Tipton accotnpiinied them ionic for a week's visit. 'liobcrt Kllllan is attending to business n Chillicothc, Mo., tills week. 'S?r7"and Mrs. Raymond Hudson i and children. Neva Ray and Nor- 11:111, were gucsls of relatives in Little Rock last week end. Mis", been vlsiling his parents, Mr. and Mrs. fl, Ashabranncr, for a week, hns returned to his home in Houston, Texas. Mrs. Battle Mae Grlmmc.s, Annie Lee David and Martha M Anal- Ihews wcru in Memphis on busi- noiTi over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. w. L. Thompson and children, Junior and Annie l;u«lnexs Tuesday. Mrs. .Marshall Fields of Ulv- tlicvillj was the (!«c-sl of friends In Manila the first of the week. Miss Marjoric liowell and Arnold Phillips have enrolled for the next si\ weeks nl the Stale Col- Holland School Piay Second at Cape Meet HOLLAND, Mo.—"Sivamn spirit," a ttory . of '.ha errly scttlms ot Southeast Missouri, was awarded second place Saturday sit Um Southeast Missouri lilsli school dramatic meet iit Cape Girnrdeau. Some 20 .schools prcscnle<l plays in Hie contest. Tlie Holland players were Junior Darnell, Elsie. Little, Virginia Gates, Veruon Reeves, Ola Mae McCorcl ami Jack Story'. Mrs. Charles Colioon was the director. legc ill Jonesboio. They arc mo-- torinti to and fixim e.ich clay. I'd Johnson was taken to the null), L-jis GocKlmnn and children, Jonrsboro hospllal for treatment Gale Fleeman, Mr. and Mrs.(Tuesday.-Me'has been ill for sev- Upylc While and cliiklren, and cral weeks. Read Conner News Wa,it Ads TOO l.ATK TO FOR SALE Electric drink box, water, l>ccr coil; small National rcgi-slcr; other cnfe equipment. Fine business opportunity now. Phone 238. 29-pk-fi I'Oll SA1.H National Cash Register, two 8 foot floor cases, S column Burroughs acjdins machine, Wing piano, large nioney safe. J. L. Withani. L^arh- vlllc 20-p-k-3 'White' Season Is Here WE ARE I'UKI'AREI) TO TAKE CAHE 01'' YOUK 7011 RENT 5 room house. 511 Park. Bes- Hall. Call 280. 29-ck-tf ~* Itcal Estate For Sals: 5 room cottage, balh; ctosc in on Ash. Double house on rar renting for $10 month. Total icnlal $25. Price $1500; $300 cash, balance like rcnl. Thomas Land Co. Lou Regc-rs, • Is wllh He is now employed In New Orleans. Mrs. J, J. Reid and daughters, Mrs. Charles Perry'and Mrs. ,1. P. Holland were hi Memphis yesterday for Mrs. Holland to have ir growth removed from her cye^ They returned today. Mrs. Field is; also going down for treatment before undergoing an operation. Yesterday, lliey were accompanied and D, H. Black- by Mrs. Frances Field, GalTigaiv • .and typewriting;' Hlldrcd bunch, gco- Tl,_,,_ f>\. ", i\\ mctry: leray Hrown, voice; t|iinr-| J lirce ^naptCrS I'lBIl tct, Lcroy Hrown, Hoy Graves, Lcou Stallord, and Tocld Hanison; gleu club, members of the nuarlct nnd Colcman Slcvenii, John Unrp, Ben Smith, Dob Hcr- rick,. Bligenc Jolmslon, Eugeiic H'nrgctt, George Grcnr, Hodgson Moilingcr, Ed Johnson, nnd Howard Frisbcc. Ii. T. Moore is ac- compnnlst for Ihn Rice club and Earl Snydcr Is accompanist for Ihc qiiartcl. Blytlicvlllc plnccd second in the district meet, taking Ihc same number of nrsl places as did the first winner, Jbncsboro. ' Manila 1 Waller i. Lobcrg, Mrs. William Borowsky, Sunday -night by Mrs. Rosenlhal, ' Mrs. Henry Max Borowsky netted the first of •"and Mrs, ', 533.85.v.--This .was .scries, of • benefit parlies to be • given by members In the near fu ' ture Will Hold Methodist Conference Next Week Plans were matte for the bcn'e- i evening. CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.—Methodist churches of Ibc Poplar !)l-»'f district will hold their conference here next Wednesday and Thursday, May 5-6, with L. Meyer, pastor of the church, as • conference host. The program will begin at ten o'clock Wcrtncsdoy morning, mid continue through the day and to Entertain Officers UJACHV1LLE, Ark.-Cominlllees of tho Monctto, Manila, and Lcach- villc chapters of ttc Or:ler of Bvst- ern star mbt-'ln Lcachville .Tucs-' day .ijight lo make arrangements for cnloi'lalrilng the -worthy grand matron of Arkansas and other high officials of Ihc order at Manila on May a7. All members of the Eastern star nre being extended Invitations lo be present on that' night. Singing Convention Will Meet at Hatcher - The condition of Mrs. Harvey Morris, who is quite 111/; is unchanged today. ' ' ' '• ' Mrs. f Everett D.' Oco wns In Memphis ( yc.<,to'rd;)y. ;^iv |v Among attorneys* In "Wynne lp- dny for the meeting of. representatives of har associations in eastern Arkansas to endorse a candidate for federal judge are: E. E. Alexander, George W. Ourtiain, V. G. Holland. W. Leon Smith, iiai D. Harrison, Frank C. Douglas and Doyle Henderson. Mr. anil Mrs. W. H. Slovnll have returned from two days in Lilllc Rock, where they .attended a meeting of the Arkansas Funeral .Directors who is a embalming board, Is Association. Mr. Stavall member of Hie stale former The Mississippi County Singing Convention will meet Sunday, May 2, at Ibo Hatcher scboolhouse, two miles south of Highway -10. The mealing will be from "in a.m. lo •1 p.m.. with a basket dinner at noon. president of this organization. Miss Anita Stracke is spending MIR weekend in Conway, Ark visiting -friends. Mrs. Hunter C .Sims and Mrs Carney Lisllc, accompanied by Mrs Allen Huddleston of Brinkley, Ark. 107 15, Missouri, Sronnis. bath S «SI) 121 N. 171 if ssf SKI Miiiiisgii, jirclly collaBi: "SU mid \V. Vine '. liiil) IIC W. liosc, 5 rooms A- liatli S5U 50!I.Luiiici-sitci duplex, rents \or S.t" '-.' 1flU 217 lioucan, 5 moms, Iralli 8511 .115 AV.' rtlissnuri, .'j rooms »t hiitli : KSIt 2C5 ^y. Cherrj'. S ronms, baili lOlill 5Ili Oliickasawba J237 Carolyn, stiircowllh luilh IZ5U IftOH W. Ash, . G ronnis, bath SOU N. .Fiflli ...:.... 201 W. Kentucky 314 DouBiin, !i rooms ,t lialli 310 Dmignu, 5 rooms ,t ball) 301 HoiipuV, n rooms * liatli , •)() I K,. lliiyis, C. rooiiis, 1717' Chith!i'siiul>a;- nriv 1MU I5III) KiuU 161)1 . 15UU -iuuo 201)0 WHITE SHOE UEOUIUEMENTS •Six styles in our SELUY'S S'L'Yl.-EKZ White Sliocs. Pii'inps, Straps, and Ties. Sixes ;l to 10, widths AAAA. to l'>. Very reasonably i:riccd. NOVELTY SHOES Seven beautiful styles to select from. We're sure yoii'can find what you want in this collection of high front pumps, wrap arounil straps, and ties. They really fit your feet. Sixes 3 to !), AAA to B. At a price you can afford. NEW LIFE IN YOVH HADIO RCfl 10-POINT CHECK-UP $ only byau,,. HARBAWAY APPLIANCE CO. .1. W. <\il:ims, Msr. linncftti 2nd £ Main Kvcrj'lliinir Tor Your Dntei'.ain- mcnt and 'Comfort 120 \V. Cherry, pn It.v linme 911 llcarn, wonderful pliice M51) Ml Iv. Kentucky, liol \s-.ilcr Healed ................ H51W 809 W. Asli, 7 rooms, 2 hiitlis :i75ll 1025 W. Ash, steam hralcil 55011 02Z Walmil, n-onilcrfnl liunii: GUOD : Chichasawba Ave., ijrick home .................. 15IJO W. Main, ivbiulcrfid home '•'• Ilargaiu ......... ...... 70110 New Economy Shop Ingram I'honc CAROIE LOMBARD FRED MacMORRAY anil —A tl mission— Matinee—10 & 2fi Ni£lit—lG & 3G and n of Ihcse lionirt wi; can srll ;\ very sn::ill • doivii payment balance like ronl. ^Vc have many others. Thomas Land Go, Agr-nts Sole 0 when the Chorus ' fit )show at Oweola '_ 'The ' King and I Girl "'will, be''.shown at Ihc Osccola theatre, and for the (jiving away • of a waffle iron, for the benefit of '. the Temple. .' It was announced Hint Mrs. Max • Meyers and Mrs. Walter Rosen- ^thal will be hostesses for next .week's meeting. • Refresh men ts were:-_ served nighl program will be devoted to the young people, vitli a banquet and o'clock. 'Mrs by day the con- will begin at 'continue jinttl Stcrnter iand M^s. like . Jfiller 16- those, present who in• eluded these guesls: Mrs. ' Oraber of Corning, houseguesl of ', Mr. and Mrs. S. Jicdcl, Misses j -Rose Rubcnstcln and Frieda Hlch- i '. ols. • of Osceola, Miss Francbe i *Roscnthal, Miss Sophia Kravitz! ; of Tulsa, Okla., wlio Is visiting ,Mr. -and Mrs. William Borowsky. On the second fcrencc program nine o'clock and three. An attendance o( about expected. John M. Moore, ing bishop, and James N. ilroad- hcacl, presiding cider, arc botli be present. I'lUNTS group fiprin:: I'rinls. S5.03 fo $7. H~> values. Special •** COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE riioiic 105 MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP £SV@Tr worry me! »worrj- nbont niolha is becoming ns old- faihioned ns travel liy horse-car. iX'owarfnys, people depend on our JIOMTF, Proeesj of Insarcri Molh-Pronf CIc.ininR. Send jour gnrmenli lo «s for cleaning! You'll Ijc i>lc<i!cd wllh Ihc thoroughness nnd hcaulr of our work—and doubly pleased In ihc assurance of protection from ilcMrno live molns, 'MOMTK Motli-l'roof Clcnninj cosls not one cent more than ordin»rj- Band Box Cleaners Owned and Operated by ,W. T. Morrison and Raymond Essary Thonfc 171 .- , 411 W. Main LADIES' NOVKLTY Newest Styles - - 1'opnlar Prices WHITE KII) SLiri'EKS Pumps,, straps, lies. PATENT SANDALS Pink, blue, red, while. WHITE SPOUT OX H WNS KAJ',o cousins A subdued copprry i:i ^i { or W cwr with the warm beiges, light Hnuvnu. also Nsvvy, (Jrcnn, and Pliick. Complimr.nl ;„•>• lo shoes of Spanish Tan, Chaiulron, Cinnamon. Marine, IJlui-, IJIack, ami sport combinalioiu <>f In'owntind white, ami all white. L1NENE SANDALS While, ted, or bine. A new patient. New I'rom utul GRADUATION DRESSES ' . 'I'hat Tal\c Firs I Honors! Vnlurs snprrmc in Ilicsc laces, nel-S, rhi Ifons. and mnnsscliiic tic soic, l>oaiitifnl sclcclions for the big oc- '^6.90 to £12.75 nitKSSKS Inrrs, nets, stiver rnirrff, J-\ prilUii (l<ils, pfinls, Mi si.vlrs U>;it tire tlif- to .75 lu-rtl for con! Itcilucctl almost , jrrsl the ilnj.s ami one-hull'! WHITE COATS Kvrry rmc needs'one for cool flights. Si.OS vnlucs. Special uhilc they lasl. S2.39 NKW SIUI'AIKNT OF While. Navy, liroini, ( and Hindi. J FABRIC GI.OVKS 31.19 Friday - Pal Night' Ailiills Adinlltcil for I'rice a! JOSEPHINE HUTCHiNSON GEG. BRENT _ The Secrets of '.America's Forgotten Women! ^tjlftr G.UY rtlBBEE • MONA '.IBARRIE • ROBERT BARRAT - Also Selected Shurls —Admission— Matinee—10 ,t 2Gc.- Ni R hl—16 & 36c TUESDAY, MAY 4— $150.00 HANK NIGHT! (Less Slate Tax) HLOUSES Oric lot wash blyliscs, Hati.sle, 1-Jnc.ii, Swiss, inn) Crciic. SMS lo 51.98 values. Choice J>8c WASH DilESSES Marie Hrrwlrr s(.!inl:iril brnm dresses. and of olhcr wash 51.08 to §5.95 Kir; SHIMIKNT rici/rs & NOVKI-TV STUAWS ?1.08 lo S;>.»5 - - Oilier Numbers Kl.OO and ('oriclcllcs ami (iirdlc:i. SC.50 ami SI. 35 numbers. ADMIRATION HOSH no anil llirce-tlirend hnsc \\rjr. ..llrautilully 51,1)0 SI.19 (Ii.. I will i.brcr. $,'1.05 ;iiul S5.-13 r t .SKK OUK Sll.K'UNDKHWKAK I'OK VALUKS The New Economy Shop Phone 951 Admission—AlU'ays 10 & ZG Mnlincrs FHilay. Saturday, Sunilay Show Every NigM. i'riilay and Sunday Matincrs SlnrL :il 2:15. h'ntirnliiy Matiiicc at I:ir> Time Today Z Adults Admitted for Trice of All Cliindrcn—lOc A c"f> IUMB1/V PIClURf Alsn Sclcclcrt Shorls Friday -Saturday

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