The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 3, 1937
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BLYTlltiVlLLEf $ COURIER'NEWS'-'•-;•-' MONDAY/MAY' i Social Calendar;. , I TUESDAY'S EVENTS Te& given'by Mrs A.G Little nnd! Mrs. Byron Morse, 3 to 6 p. M. (il "Fair Fields' 1 ,' , Clinpter "N," P.EO meeting ulth' Mi». Rilcy B. Jones, 7:30 P. M ' ', Mrt. .Jesse Taylor liming Young Vat cons Bridge ( club Tuesday Bridge club mcotlng vutli* Mrs Floyd White. Junior O A.'s meeting Pirsi, Baptist c,hnrrti, 4 P., M. intermediate 0 A,'s mcctlr/j Fust Baptist church, 4PM Sunbeams meeting" First Baptist church, 3 30 P M ; WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Delphian society meeting at Hotel -Noble, 10:30 a.m., followed bj luncheon Executive board, Sudbmy P.LA meeting 2:30 P. M., followed b; general nicellnis, 3 P. M. Mrs. Baker Wilson having Wed nesday Bridge club. Mrs. Everett B. Gee and Mr.' Ii. F. Klnhner having hrcnkfus pirty at country club R A's meeting Fhst B-xplts chinch, 4PM. Mr.- and Mrs. A. Conway Inn ing dinner party. THURSDAY'S EVENTS MR aiid Mis. W. A. Allllck ln<\ ing -supper party . Mrs A G Little eiucrbintii Thursduv Luncheon club Town'mid Country Bridge club meeting with Mrs, C. F. Tucker. FRIDAY'S EVENTS O5ty-\vlde community .program Joi- National Music week at city auditorium, ,8 P. M. Mrs. Thad Nlcol having luncheon at Hotel Noble. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. C. W. Afllick having In-ldjc luncheon. ,: ) , 1, __. '•• —<• T V,~-"T- 1 'TW rr '" T %' . • .. : '"-t |To a Pioneer' Mother 4 'it** ^ B) Helen Wclslinucr f VOUK imel face siriilo dtyuj tlieVmtlly \cais * Me-vt tint you walked with c/wsumiiHtirigyace When 5011 \\ifli Msloiwij c>es beheld The smoke of future homes blow by yom 1 face. In wilderness you reared small girls and boys, lYou baked their bread and made enchantment live Through talcs of knights and tournaments and lovo /There on (lie plains—and that was much to give! V'OUpioneeiod \\ithclcarpjasontliestii 1 lint they might have green fields high lulls and sun t lircallie deeply of the good earth smells and take Into their blood life had begun. You gave them pride In this, their wide-spaced land, You taught'tlienvtb be brave and proud and free; Now may your daughters''daughters keep the faith With dreams yoi 1 . cherished—this becomes our plea! Bits of News Mostly Personal Busy^Renp, for Oil''Heiress lielen Phillips and Gene Sykes Aic Man led Announcement wan made today by Mr and Mrs John Tlionnj-i Phillips of tho marringe of theli daughter, Helen Elizabeth, to Gene 1 Sykes, -which was solemniMi at Marlon, Ark., October : 31. Tlie cciemony was perlormcd by Ihe EWr W.' W. Albright, pastor o thfc Methodist church, , at- lii Mrs. Sykcs is a member of twi b(-Blythevllle|s oldest families. Sin is "a descendant of ••. the Ilcv. H T. vBlylliq, for whom this city wn named, and her paternal nnccstoi al* played an Important par In3 developing; Blythevillc. Sh livdd'at Chicago, where : shc « ! tenMcd: sclibol,' : until her- f ami returned here .about a year, ai (o. reside! Since then she hn been a student at the city hig school. Mr. Sykcs, who Is tho son Mi. and Mrs J W. Sykes, is graduate of .the oily .high scho in the class of 1S13B. He excelle* in" scholastic affairs. He is no connected with the Joyner Mot Sales company. Mr. Sykcs and his bride will make their home nt, 231 East Davis-- avenue. f .llie -city high school. Mr. /hftmore, who Is the sou of Mrs. thcl C. Whltmore, of Foreman, rk., "received his lalcr education I the University o( Arkansas, 'aycttcvlllc, and Is now head ol' he Smllli-Huglics department, at ho Dell high school. Mr. Whltmore and Osceola Society — Personal his bride i 'Mr. and V. P. Winlon and vlll make their home »l Dell. I children. VeiW-mill lone, were . , i guests of Mrs. Winton's brother, one Oak Wnmcn i\lcct. Tlie Lone Oak 1 Woman's slonary .society met, with Mrs. ic( , „ larcnce Davis nt \arbio, ,1 101- ncr member of the group. The piecing' of a quilt wits dis- E. S. Driver and family yesler- Mi , j day. Vernon played n cello solo at Ihe Methodist church service, s sislcr, lone. W, P. Smcad of Cauulen Is vis- Blary Louise 1'osey. Weds Ray Wiilmorc. The marriage of MKs Mary Louise Poscy, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. L.. C. Posey. and R:\y B. Whilmore, was solemnized Sunday night at the home ot Mr and Mrs. Marion Adams, of Monette, Ark The Rev J W Chrlsto- yher, pastor of :the Baptist church there, performed the service before ti" small gathering of members of Ltlie : families, and n few of their most intimate 'friends. The.bride wore 'an early-summer frock; of-,,black :embroidered net tvrlth black accessories - and her corsage was of Talisman roses' Her '.only ' attendant . was her sister, Miss Kafhcrinc Poses', who wore a black sharkskin ; .suit with yellow accessories, with a corsage of Herbert Hoover roses. Daniel DeFir ,ivas the bridegroom's best man ; Mrs. Whilmore * was a student -ussed by the 22 members present. Refreshments were served lo the members iand two visitors, Mrs. Pete ' Boncy .'and daughter, Ann,! Ilaptisl Executive Hoard Has Meeting. The executive board of Iho Woman's Missionary Union of tire rii'st Baptist church met at the home of Mrs. Alfred Carpenter Friday afternoon, when 13 allond- c:l. Mrs. Leslie Moore presided m the business session. prayers were offered by Mrs. John Buchanan and-Mrs. 'Lloyd Stlckmon. An Ice course was served after the meeting. , itlnB fr | cntls i, cl - c . Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Colbert have returned from u week's visit with relatives in Ackcrman, Miss. .-•MlSK Winnie Oault of Oxford, Mtss.l has accepted a position with he Court House Oafe. Henry Brinklcy has Misses Mary : Cummlngs tine Mary avncc Hill spent, tlie weck : lid in Joticsboro. . , , Mrs. James II. Bell was in Memphis Saturday, having accompanied Mrs. a- W. Afflick and daughter, Miry Jean. - . . Mrs. Morris Howe and Mrs,-Sam Howe, of St. Louis, will arrive to- riay for a visit with Mrs. Sam Howe's parents, Dr. and Mrs. H.. A, Taylor. , . , . Mr. and. Mrs. •loo p...pride .jr., Mho have been stationed at Dyersburg, spent the weekend with .relatives before being transferred to Memphis. , , Mr, niKl Mrs. V. O. Holland have as tlielr yiicsts Mrs.- H. S. Caldwell. and daughter, Cynthia, and noil,- Michael, of Hot Springs. Mrs, C'vldwell uiul Michael have b;cn In Jonj.sboro lor two weeks with .Mr. .and Mrs. Paul Whllllnglon while Cj'iiihln lias been here and they joined her yesterday when Mr. and Mrs Holland motored to Jonos,- boro. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rutherford had as their guests (o1 ' t nc weekend, Mr. Rutherford/ Mrs. L. O. Rutherford, her son. T. A. Rutherford, and his daughter, x Helen, of Memphis. : • Mrs. Eslcllc Cooke Vollmer an:l daughter, Ann. of Memphis, and Miss Rose Lou Cooks, of Luxora, were nuests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wunderllch for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham spent the week end in Memphis aiid Trenton, Tcmi. Mrs. Hunter C. Sims nnd son, Hunter, were in Memphis Saturday. Mrs. George Mulr has recovered after several days illness, Harold SlcrnbLM-g attended the meeting of the American Cotlon Shippers Association In Memphis Friday and Saturday. , Mrs. J. P. Friend.has gone, to Lufkln. Texas, to be with her mother, who Is ill. '•< ', . • Mrs. H. H. llouchins was called 'o Hot Springs, because of the serious illness of her father, F. D. Underwood, who lias bronchial pneumonia. Hcrt Lynch Jr., of St. Louis, spent. Ihe week cud at home. • Miss Zclma Crafton of Memphis spent the week end with her mother. Mrs. S. P. Craflon, and family. Mrs. Harvey Morris, who has .been quite ill, is now much better. Mr. and Mrs. George Slintnlln, Liixoni. Society -— Personal Miss Bob Williams left for Memphis Friday afternoon to spend the week,.end with Mr. and vlrs. Wilson': llcinminsway jr., East Morclnnd .street. > Ur. and Mrs:' E. H. Bogaii mowed to Little Rock last Monday to attend a binquat given by the Jennie Hopkiivi O. E. S. chapter in honor of Mr.s. Bogan, associate v.'oilhy gram! matron of the state ifumuoldl, Teiui,, for a visit with RoKJiI'l'vpMiii'ShppaW' ''<!':' "• ' ' relatives and to attend the straw- Ka&Dl >y011S .OpWKS.. jj ; ;.; i berry festival, : which begins on l - ' — '•• —*-"OL..Ji_i- • '•' May C nnd ' continues through the eleventh;, . .'..-. to Lepanto ! Students / '\j ' Mr. and Mrs, Ehnore Campbfll iind daughter, Lourclle, of St. I.ouis, were wecl:<-nd fjuest'i (if Mis. Campbell's Flsters, Mrs. Hclla Kpann and Miss Morencc flush. Mrs. Hetty Rcnl'ro, who has l>sen quite ill foi 1 the past two months, .at . the home 'of her daiighier.. Mre. ,M. 0. Cooke sr,, is >;:'V 11111/1 !iji|>rbvcd.; ,'..-..,.'.'..' "Mi's. Killiij'n , FVceijr, of- ShveveJ-. port, I,:|'., arrived Slturday 'moi'n' int! for/a spa rs. J. t.| Canitiiersville Wins War<kll Music Honors • : CAIIUTJ1KRS V f L L B, Mo. — Amassing , 28 points, Caruthersville (jradc school' student.-; won (he music division of the annual Wardell Grade School Invitational Literary Meet, at Wardell. This Is Ih 1 ! third year for Carulhers- villc lo win sweepstakes honors, llio pupils were under the instruction of ..Mrs. Redman Dunham, firade .school 'music instructor, ami Mrs. Guy E. Mlcliie, private music tutor. ."(cell 1 was .second with 15 points; i,'i Ai fe—Rabbi! Ma u r ic^ Lyons. 1 'jejf. Teihple^ IsracJ; jBlyihe-; vlllc, - ii'joke ' lx;forc- : 'the 'student body of Lepanto high, at the chapel .period Friday' inorii- Ing. .. His 1 talk": was in the! i form of A Ira'vcloslii.', telling ; : o'f' Ihe cities and customs, ol Palestine. ait visit with Mr. and MKflin ..before' 1 going to nvniisvlllf, Iiid., ! to visit her tlKtci-./MrsJin. C. McGechce. Mr' ancly Mrs. George W. Crad- ocki ant/ cliiklt'cn, Jackie and returned rotn Pine Bluff, where he attended the state D. T. U. convention company' with 24 other young Mrs"."C. Mrs. H. Ustes and daughter \vere in Metn- phis yesterday with Mrs. Rsles brother, James Smith, who was ss- rlously injured in a highway acci- ' )aoplc from Mississippi County. [lfillt near Tupelo, Miss.. ~ Miss Florence McBrlde of Jeff- ngo n , 1( i w i ln was removed lo his crsonville, Iiul., is the houscguest home in Memphis yesterday. He Is o! Miss 'Jane Flannlgan. Miss Me- rapidly improving. Bvidc Is postmistress in Ihe : slate Semite at : Indianapolls. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Llndsey ant Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson C. fi. Wright of Monroe, La., were In Horncrsvllle, Mo., yesler :l L.E.-Wright of Tupelo, Miss., day as guests of Mr. >Thompson\. Caxler relumed morning to Mississippi Stale col finest nf tlnnnr al Dinner Tarty. Nancy Fort, six-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Port of Clarksvllle. Tcmi., who has been visiting relatives here, was guest of lonor at a dinner party given by Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse Friday night before her departure for her home Saturday. The five guests, cousins of the honored guests, were sealed at tho dining table, which was decorated in bouquets ol pink rosebuds -and vnllcy lilies, in crystal vases, and pink iapcrs, hi crystal holders. The plnle of each was marked with a favor. . . nre the guests of their mother and sister, Mrs. J, W. 'Wright. and Mrs. Everett Reid.; Mrs. Sarah Johnson' of Mcin- plils was the .cucst.. of ' Mr. , and Mrs. Roy Uillard, yesterday. . ' Mr. and Mrs. William Griesby md daughter. Billy Ann, of Memphis visited hLi mother, Mrs. William Stewart, yesterday. Mrs. MagRie Barbicrs Is expected homo loinorrow after spending two weeks with relatives In'.-Loulsl- nnd Fordyce. Marian Sninvden, oil heiress, .tbpvo, had a busy day in Reno recently. She won a divorce from Louis'f. Heed, Jr., in tho morning, then \v,is married lo Bradley K Dresser in the at- leriioon anil left with him for (lie east that night. Dresser i the- slcpson of the late Henrj Huddleslon Rogers, Standard Oil magnate. The divorcee the former..Princess Uospiglios and llol- four. Ten Wai-doll lliird with land • fourth wllh .schools were oiHcrcd, nine from Fenik:cot ccunty 'tmri I'o from 1 New Madrid covnty. I-irst places won by Caiuthcrs- vijlc .sludcnts were: UcmctL'a Anil Baker, piano; Dow Edgciton, boys' gnition;' fitellc Flippen, Coleman Host .to Poinsett County Bar at Fish Fry LEI'ANTO.. Ark.—Chancellor . J. '. Ciuulney, Jonesboro, was the irlndpal sneakt-r IVUUijl nlgh't, it a fish fry at, which Senator ,ucien E, Coleman of Lepanto, iresidcnt of Ihc I'oinsett County 3«r association, was host to tho members of the association. Irio.'CCinposrd of Jane Crews Reynolds, John Paul, Allecn Cooperman. Seconds were 'won by Barbara illjf,'" left i Sunday morning for'Wilfcs, reading, and glee club. HOW SEE THE DIFFERENCE.' nlARYClOUS MEMS WEHf I\E KARHEO1HE H»VIN6 HOW.SUCH PIES, SUCH CAKES-SUCH FRIiP FOODS learn hew Spry makes baked and ' fried foods PdyiOf DELICIOUS -,-go (o Moiion Picture Cocttng School-"TJie Briefe Wakes Up" '-IXrATCHtliispr.pcrforannouiK'c- cat tlicm. Learn about Spry- Wmcnt of time and plave and ilie new Mtk-mamri ALL-vegc- \b «« H «>. Enjoy an cnt«rtai,,i» B nl-k »}»™»;?8- ' * P" ^'T ipkture-l :w cookiiiR secrets, smoolli as niccuru—ititui u>-i« •."•-"•••!, "---— - , iHow to RCt lighter cakes in half the ilu-pantryshclf. I- nes (mLxiug time, flakier pastry, aispcr w,tho u t s m o U c. 'fried foods, so digestible n child «.. ^ ou'll love Spry! satin, stays fresh ngl.ton IIOU'IKP IIW IIOST«E««!II FffORE SHOW TONIGHT ONLY! NV'oinen—Jlitz Men Shew Starts 1'romiilly nt ll:HO I'. M. —Admission— 2Cc To All Adults Only! iiiB For Your Kntcitai incut ami Comfort 51,000 in his liniids couldn't buy his girl eofl'ec igc, Starkville, after having snct lie week-end ac home. Miss Rosa M. Hui Jy has • goi [t Richmond, Va., where she will ttenrt Ihe meeting of the Na- ional Parent-Teacher ^Vssocialion his week. She was accompanied Mrs. F. L. HuslKind. A. a. Shlbley left today for New Orleans, where he will attend a wholesale meeting. He was accompanied by Earl O'Neal, ol .Mem- ke Money" With Itorlwi-a Stanwyck, Joul UlcCrca, l.loycl Nolan anil Stanley itidges. Also rammoiinl News, I'orky Carloon anil Cab falloway MUKI- cal Short Go "Chalqau" and The U S. Forestry planted more than 3,000.000 trees bu -1418 acres of land in Oregon and Wasinnglon durin You go m In Latvia, the peasant womar plants carrols by placing the seeds In her month and blowing them into the furrows as she walks along. COOKING SCHOOL STRESSES BEAUTY Guard Against Moth-Damage!. ' •'• ' ','• Store Your Clothes Warm -\\callicr brings with il -{he danger of moths. These destructive pests can ruin all join wmler clothes in a short lime, Such .risk, is unnecessary. Let us store your things .,. . You can IM> next fall. , Our Sliccn-Glo "CltMiiin*^^ Process tiii.u,inlces I'rotcctioi Against Moth Damage foi G Months ... It costs no nu)Vc " '' j ' . ' • .' ' Nu-Wa Laundry Cleaners \ r - ' %1 'Phone 180 ' Every look her \>n{. That's why \v(. urge you lo bring your beauty problems to us ... We'll gladly help you. Billies Bcauly Hillir In point of endowments. Vale Is the second richest university in the United States; its endowments total neiirly $95,000,000. COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE rhonc 101! MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP rrillb hilly little Frock I shows you .the .crisp, •jbippcr cleverness you'll in all "CIIATF-Ur Fiotks tli'I \ou can tub .o ficshno^s \lanj lime SDC "The Bride Wakes JL's a I'lotK Dot I.i\\u, ?i\lilal)lc in deep iont p.islel sli.ults, inrt it uill pil inpltih with . t, must Police •' the 'tnaimcr which beauty is slre-ss-'' "'' cd 111 the .science ot Ofluf mwli K mil as lenipliiiK 16 l!'e eye arc also on display, and all of them avc indeed a temptation lo any at this price. 8198 —Ailimssioii— Matinee—10 & -Night—JO & S6<; (Less Slate Tax) Patsy Kelly and T.vda Kohei-li in With Ijyniic Overman and Robert ArmslroiiR I'itnimniint l'irtor::il am Novelty Shorts —Admission— c—10 Niglit—1G & Me (Left) Mothers nsk repeatedly for a subdued print voile with long sleeves nnd something soft at the throat—;;ive her this Nelly Don in sizes 14 to 44, $2.35 (Below) This is her day and this is her Nelly Don frock in print voile with shoulder and bodice bands, Willi llnsilaml Keith and Cliarlcs os Movicliinc News and Comedy Adults Admitted for Price-of All Children—lOc 'i A: C O I U.kVft I,A; PICTURE'

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