The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 4, 1937
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PAGE ; V. BLy'JllEVILLE /(AUKJ COURIER NEWS • TUESDAY, MMV<i, 1937 Social Calendar XVEDN BSD AY'S EVENTS Church of Christ Bible study meeting with Mrs. Addisoii Smith. Jewish AW Society meet-Ing with Mrs. Max Meyers and Mrs. Waller Hosentlial at trie Meyers home, 8 p. m. Delphian society meeting at Hotel Noble, 10:30 a.m., followed by luncheon. Ex«cutlvc board, Sucibiiry r.T.A. 'meeting 2:30 P. M., followed by genera! meeting, 3 P. M >*'(•.•• Mrs Baker Wilson luuiiig Wednesday Bridge club ' -• !' Mrs. 'Everett B:'-Oec nml' Mrs: n P, Kliilmer having breakfast- party n! countiy club " : ""' ! R. A.'s meeting First Baptist phuicn, 4 P. M , , Mr, and Mrs, A Cc-muij having dinnei party. '" THURSDAY'S Mr and Mrs W, A, ing fsiippcr party. M(s. A. Q. Little entertainin Thursday Lunclicon, club. Town nnti Country Bridge club meeting \\ith Mrs C !' Tucker. , FRIDAY'S EVENTS Cfty-widc community program for .National Music Meek at city auditorium, 8 P. M. Mrs. Triad Nlcol having luncheon at Hotel Noble. " SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. T. Phillips and Miss Alln Ely hie having bridge parly nl Plill- Jips'i home. bs held at the First Baptist church Sunday, 3 p. m, 'The.; commencement festivities will begin with the baccalaureate service May 23. , > Members of choirs of nit dmrcti- es are inviled to participate In fie program. Ccmffilcralc Children Have lADichonii Meeting The 1C members of the local chapter of Ihe Children of the Confederacy were entertained with a luncheon Saturday, at the home of Betty Phillips. The dining room table had ccn'Urptece of a May''pole with ,, colors of ribbons, leading ' Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. C. W. Aftlick having bridge t alternates lunelieon *.<—•— ' SUNDAY'S EVENTS Practice for baccalaureate service music, at First Baptist church, 3 froiji (lie pole to flowers, 'which circled the centerpiece. Spring (lowei* \verc also used to decorate thei; small tables arranged In ,tlio living' and music rooms. 'For (lie program Martha Tiol)- l>'lnjf> of Stcr-lc, told of Stephen Russell Mallory. and Eugcntu Crawford gave an account, of Ihe life , of Vcrljin Howell L'avts. "'Miss Evelyn Smart, presldcn', of the clmptcr and also president of Ihc stale group, will head Ihc delegation to the annual convention ince'llng at Comvay, Pri- dny. June 11. Miss Frances Mc- ifancy will represent the president, as Miss Sirmrl will preside ami oilier delegates nanicel arc Betty Phllllos mill Mrirllia noli bins ivllli Eugenia Crawford, Mildred v Mnlr and Nancy Hughes as At Methodist Women Have Business Meet. ; Plans for the annual May bienk- fast;' given by the Woman's Mis- At slonnry society of tlie First Mcth- ,of odisl church,' featured Hie business '. meeting of' tlie group Monday-, afternoon, at flic cliurch.- The breakfast ,will be given, as usual, on the lawn of the U. S, Branson home, Ihc dale to bo announced later. Mrs. A. O. Hudson, president, .appointed, tills committee: :Mrs. W. C. Higginson, Mrs C S Steven's. Mis W. T. Brewer,' Mrs. M. G. Goodwin. Mrs. Ellon W. Kirby, and Mrs. W. ii. Horner. -11' was suggested by Mrs. W. M Taj lor tiint the literature received by Ihc group be sent lo the 1 , negro Methodist churches here and .this was decided "upon. It was volcd to conlribule $10 to the Women's building at Mi, Sequoia, Ark. -' '•"•'•• Keporls of the .recent conference fit Fayclteville were given by Mrs. H. Lynn Wade and Airs. Edwin Jones who lislctl the siig- Charles Criggcr III and Russcl Phillips jr., were enrolled as new members. A report was given of when this group entertained Ihe mother chapter, the Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, at the home of the director, Mrs. James B. Clark. Ihat.llinc Ihe antiques was annual exhibit held by the younger group which also displayed the Iwo hags, which Ihc children Mr. imd Mrs. Clifford Jpyner, of Union City, Tc'nii., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. .p.' Wliit- worlh, parents of Mrs. Joynsr. Mrs. G. E. McGregor is in Mcm- p'.iis while recuperating from 'a rc- cenl illness. Mrs. Emma I^DU Itogers Is a pa- tienl at Ihe MempliU Baptist hospital. Mr. and Mrs, Eddie Reuenold nt- :cndcd t!ic horse show in Memphis Sunday. Mr. ami Mrs. Arthur Vaiicc had as their guests Sunday, Mrs. Cloudc l of Hayll, Mrs. Emma Powell and Mrs. Foust, of Carutliersvlllc, Mrs. w. L. etcgall, of Jackson, Tenti., has arrived for a visit with her cousins. Mrs. L,. II. Moore an' Mrs. W. H. Minyard, and other relatives. • . Amonj; ihoyj wiio Will-go to Osceola tonight for the meeting o: Ihc B'ntii B'lith lodge, al tl:b home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Wclnherg will be: Louis Applcbaum, S. Jlc del, Max Meyers, Adolpli Meyer and Ike Miller. . ( Mr. and Mrs. Louis Applcuauin W. M. Scruggs and E. C. Paltoi are among those who attended th convention of Ihe American Col (on shippers in Memphis Friday and Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. Arcji Gray, who arc at Rector, Ark., for Ihe present, visited-relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Millon Bunch, Mrs. Norman Bunch and Mrs. Slarlln Bunch were vlsitors-at Dycss Sunday. Mrs .Trccie flurk, of Steele, was Che guest of her uncle and nun)., Mr, and Mrs. Milton Hunch, dur- FLAPPER FANNY Osceola t: Society — Personal now have. the opening of each meet- rrojbjterlan Circles Meet Lnrgc birthday cakes, each hold- ng 23 candles, were the cenlcr of attraction nl. both circles of I'reshylerlan Auxiliary yesterday nltcriioon. The occasion WIIB lie animal birthday progmm and offering, this year marking Ihe silver anniversary. The special offering along with similar gifts in Southern Presbyterian churches will be used for mission work in Brazil. Mrs. George Doyle led the pro- am in circle one at the country home of Mrs. Hugh . Dlllnliunty and Mrs. J. Y. Jones conducted the program in her circle at the] home of Mrs. W. H. Dycss. • After adjournment both grpujK visited Ihc . new . church' building under construction. Melhoilisl XV. M. H. I'lans I.iincheuns v. ' ' Plans were oulllncd for the Iwo luncheons •• to be served in compliment ol tlie Jonesboro District Conference lo meet here Thursday 'ami Friday, at Uic business inecling of Ihe Method- Is I society yesterday. "Circle "A" will serve on Tlnirs- lay with Circle "B" nclhig as he reception committee with the order reversed on Friday. Pol- owing the business session con- lucled by Mrs. L. \V. Walters, the regular lesson on Africa ' taught by Mrs. u. Frcel Taylor jr. Cluislian Workers Mccl Mrs. Harry Driver conducted this Bible lesson at the meeting of the senior circle ot the Christian ing Insl week. Miss Sira Nimn I Ions Ion. Texns, ing the boys and -girls salute the American Hag and say the pledge of allegiance lo it. • * ' * Democratic. Women's celhig Is Positioned. The meeting of the local Democratic, Women's Study club will not be held this week bixaiisc of the first stale conference of tills group, to lie held . n(/' Little Rock Friday. Mrs, O. \V. McCiUchui, district chairman, will probably attend. gestions gH en at Icr future work the on conference the board .Aiir|Pvy.Jf..T. A. "' " ..... has gone to accoinpaiiying Miss Adcle Langston, who will be there for three weeks atlenellng u cotton classing school. Mrs. Grace Morris has been 111 for several days. J, B. Clutie .'returned List night from Burctsvillb, o., where he was callcil because ot the illness of his father, J. B. chine sr, who Is now better. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thompson jr., who have been traveling for several years iGcci! Branson Winner of $1,000 Scholarship Cecil Branson, son of Mr. and Mrs. IT. S. Branson, has been i awarded a .scholarship by DePaiiw University, Oreoncaslle, Ind. He is one of 110 high school graduates .from 16 states who are receiving Rector scholarships, which entitle eacli to his tuition at IJcPaiiw for four years, amounting to Sl.OCO. To receive one of these awards is a distinct 'hoiim 1 as the applicant must be in the highest ten cent of his graduating class 3:id must have an average of 90 or belter for his entire four years 0! high school. More than 40D applications were leceivcd tliis year for the 110 scholarships to be awarded, according lo Dean G. Herbert Smith, dhector of the licclor Foundation. ;.\Ioie limn'400 Rector scholars are now on the DePuaw campus and nearly 1250 have bceri graduated since 1010. Young Branson has excelled in iiis studies throughout his school life here, tie plans to enlci' Dc- amv next September. Negro Home Economics '. Students Display Work Students of the Horns Economics department of the negro school are displaying llieir handiwork in the windows of Ihe J. c. Penney store today and Wednesday. All of the articles are made from cotlon malerials and are excellent samples of what Ihe class Is accomplishing in the sewing art. I GLAD I LEARNED /A \ ABOUT THE MEW 1937 t RIMSO AT THE MOTIOM { PICTURE COOKING SCHOOL VTHE BRIDE WAKES UP*, you. "Hut Fanny, I just want to play well enough for my own amusement.". ."Yeah, but i'd rather other people wouldn't get ;i laugh when they hear. Mrs. 1 Emma Moore, for two weeks, is somewhat improved. Another daughter, Mrs. Roscoe Hayden, son, Frank of Monette visited Mrs. Sweet's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Co^'an of Manila, fast week. daughter, Mrs. Charles and Colcman, were Memphis visitor yesterday. Llllle uncle, so they might bo pondered upon by tliu members. Mrs W J Pollard, program chairman, announced that Mrs. Kiley B. Jones will be program .leader for Ihe next meeting. For the devotional, Mrs. L. E. Old • read and discussed a passage tot scripture, n prayer was offered by Mrs. A. C. Haley, and Mrs. W. T. Oberst gave the missionary bulletin'. * * * Bapiisl Women BIcct At Church. There were 51 members of tlie Woman's Missionary union of Ihc First Baptist- chu'rch who attended the sociar meeting at the. church Monday, afternoon when a miscellaneous shower was given for Mrs. E. B. Woodson, who had a fire recently. Mrs. Leslie Moore presided in a brief session which roll owed the' "devolional period in whlcli Mrs. Alfred Carpenter and Mrs. Roy Head Offered prayers. Strawberry short cake and coffee were served by these hostesses: Mrs. R. E. Blaylock. Mrs. J. T. Phillips, Mrs. R. W. WooLtn, Mrs, C. L: Nabcvs, Mrs. Kendall Berry Mrs. Murray Smart, and Mrs. U W. Mullins. | Will rracllci For ,,,_,, Bacrataurealc Sermon. . Mrs Paul L T'lptori wfiti'VlU.h year Is In'charge of> IVio^music' ia'r Ihe graduating exercises of the city high school, has announced UiiU the first baceilaurcaW^ rnliSIc 'will The meeting of the Armorel Parenl-Teaclicr association, schcd nled lo be held Thursday, will be held Wednesday afternoon this wec-k because of the opening ball gninc Thursday afternoon at Walker Park. The meeting will begin at 2:30 o'clock. liriilo To lie Honored. Mrs. Gene Sykes, who was formerly Miss Helen Elizabeth Phillips, will be gtie-st of honor at n bridge party lo be given Saturday afternoon by her mother, Mrs. J. 'I. Phillips, nnd her mini, Miss Lsla Blythe, at the Phillips home. Tlie guest list is limited to Hie most intimate friends of the brietc. * * * Nazarcnc Juniors Meet. The Junior, Missionary society of the First Church of Ihc Nazarclie met al the church Saturday afternoon. Dorothy headquarters in Memphis, have moved back to this city and are residing in tlie Wootl apartments at 120 Demean Ave..Mr v Thompson came, here to be con-, nccteii with the E. 13. Gee Sales Co. Mrs. Thompson was the former Miss Boniln Bruce, uf the Bly- tlicville hospital staff. Steele Alumni Will Entertain Class of '37 Holt gave the lesson. "Abraham as a Sinner," which was concluded with her asking questions on the lesson. Bruce McGregor led In group singing and Ruby Collier offered prayer. Mrs. Ophelia McGregor said the closing prayer. There were 20 present. STEELE, Mo. — The annual Slcele high school alumni ban- iiuct will be held at the school auditorium Friday evening, Miry H, when (he members of (he graduating class of 1937 will be guests. Immediately afler tlie banquet, which will be sci'vcd by Ihe Missionary society of Ihc Methodist church, a- dance will be given. Members of Ihc graduating class this year arc Earl Callems, nosco Curry. Hans Green, Dcrton Green L. M. Harper, Merl .Patterson Ralph Patterson, Raymond Swartz. Lewis Woodard. Robert Lovelace, Helen Curry, Bcrnico Jenkins, Annie Mac Jamlcson, Madaloac Kellcy Lcc, Allen Lcdford, Alline Marshall, Q'Bell McDaniel, Lillian Middlcton, Eva Mae Pclcrson, Dorothy Pierce, Dorothy Sharp. Lu- :illc Williams. Agatlra Wright, Workers in Ihe home ol Mrs. W. T. Ramsey on Pecan street yesterday afternoon. liaptisl W. M. U. I'lans Hospital Parly ' Mrs. Frank Williams, hospital chairman, announcer! plans for the animal hospital shower and program to be held next Monday in the home of Mrs. Dwlght Biiickwoml, at Ihc business meeting held at the church yeslerday v Following the Musing of tlie W. M. U. hymn nnd devotional by Mrs. A. L. Boyce. prayer was offered by Mrs. John A. Edringlon. Mrs, Ida Tucker, enlistment :halrman, reported three hew ijeinbc'r/; during April bringing the' ol'nl" tci 89. ' A cfrllficalc received from the state office indicated the society •ankcet as A-l for 1930, making the third consecutive year it has •Utahicd this .standard, Mrs. R. H. Jones reporlcd seven new snb^- Ecriptlons lo the "Arkansas Baptist," official church paper for the state. Mrs. L. A. Griffin and Miss Cora Hogan were visitors. and Mr. flayelen, of Caruthersville, i Mrs Neil Benson is ill~at tier spent the weekend here. | i lomc er , 5t O r Manila. Mrs. James Carlwright and Mrs V era price left Sunday for visit with friends in St. Louis. Miss Lillian Shaver left Sunday or her home in Tennsssce. Sh? principal of Manila grammar chool. Mrs. Oliver Rook and. Mrs. Irene Watson wci'{ the guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. A'tiert S^ott. Thej eft Saturday for a visit with relatives in Detroit, Mich. Miss Caroline Haley, teacher in the Manila high school, left Sunday to spend her vacation with her family in Blytljcvillc. Mr. ami Mrs. D. Hallmark and child left Friday for their houn in Detroit, Mich., afler visiting Mr Hallmark's molhcr, Mrs. Bud Cherry. Mrs. Bill Horncr and childrer Wanda Fay, Billy and. Larry re lurned Sunday after two weeks vis it with Mrs. Homer's mother Miss Joy Blackwood of Rock is Ihc- guest of her D. H, Blackwood and family, this week. Mr. and Mrs. David Lee, jr., had as their guests Sunday his parents, Mr. and Mrs, David Lee and his sister. Miss Frances Lee, ill of Memphis. of Hot husband Mrs, ^y. p. Qiiinn Springs is visiting her here this week. Mrs. M. S. Nlckol, Misses Freda and Ucbccca Nickol and Mrs. Jack Newbaiier of Indianapolis Ind., are in Memphis today to visit Mrs. Nickoi's brother, Sam Bautnan, who is ill at the Methodist hospital. Mrs. Tom McGarrity and daughter, Mary Tom, of Twist, visited fDlallves here yestcrelay. J. L. Ward anel grandson, Lamai Gwallncy, were in Memphis yesterday lo visit his granddnughler Evelyn Warel Gwaltney. who'is-a alicnt at the Baptist hospithl uttering wilh an car infection. Have Family Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Jim Young of Hclli, Ark., former residents of Osceola, enlerlalned 35 guests at dinner al their -home Sunday, honoring Ihc sixtieth birthday of Mr. Young. Those going from Osccola wzre: Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Young and nephew, Billy Myers of Richmond, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs Wclby Young and children anc L. C. B. Young. Mrs. M. E. Pope, Mrs. Frank Williams and Mrs. Braxton Bragg attended- the races at Wes 1 Memphis Insl night. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Flelclic !!l"c 'Soothes Students' Eyes LORAIN, O. (UP)--School room walls in Lorain arc to be painted a soft bluish green. The new shade, contrasting with the familiar cream color, has been np- Vlicd in several model .school 'rooms in the district recently. It is * said to be easier on sludcnls* ryes. t. Arizona lias 2316 miles of railways within its- confmcs. Dorothy Yengcr, Juanita and Willie B. Turner. Byrd, The famous Kalian composer, Scarlatli, wrole his well known "Cat Fugue" after hearing the noles produced by a cat which ran across the keys of his harpsl- Rutherfonl, Tenn. Mr. liorner mo tored lo Tennessee lo bring tben back. Curtis Garvell, who has been vis iting relatives in Manila for severa weeks, has relumed to his lion at Rutherford, Tcnn. Manila Society — Personal and children are in Memphis to day. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ralph ;iC' companicd Mr. Ralph's mother Mrs. Zilla Ralph, to the Method ist Hospital In Memphis today for 'observation anu ircaitnent. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Glascoc arc visiting relatives in Smackovcr this week. Mrs. W. G. Hathorn of Holly Springs. Miss., who has been quite ill at the home ot her mother, J. J. Masscy and A. T. Pierce of Hot Springs visited friends in Manila for several days. Mr. Massey lias gone on to Nashville, Tenn., :o Visit relatives for a fc\v days ielorc they return to Hof'Springs 'or the smnmcr. The faculty of Manila high cchool presented Howard Phillips with a shirt and tic Monday afternoon as a Darting gilt. Mr. Phillips. wl:o has taught the fifth grade for two years, lias resigned to \vork for his degree at Stale College, Jonesboro. Anna Tipton has returned home after spending several days as the guest of her brother and wife ol Monstlc. J. P. Dawning has returned lo his home in Manila after severa weeks visit with frients in Dslrou, Mich. Mrs. Ada Bowen Sanderson spenl the week end at Stuttgart with hei husband. «lir> is employed there. Mrs. Sanderson is a teacher in the Manila hi-^ii school. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Horner of Blytlisville attended the funeral of Mrs. Homer's grandfather, Buck Cherry, in Manila Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Swc:t and City Imports Glow-worms SYDNEY, N. S. W. (UP)—Glov worms are the latest neidition o fieialiy made to - the beauty Canberra. Australian capital cit 'ihe Blow-worms have been inlre cluccd in large numbers'to destr Ihe snails which annually can heavy damage to gardens. The foghorn on a large lights]! requires a 72-liorscpower engi: lo work ii; it cim us neard for miles. COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE Phone iOG MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP DON'T MISS THE FREEJP/IE! Learn valuable moneysaving, home-making secrets W ATCH this paper for news of time and placewhcn'Thc BriilcWakes Up"will be shown. Admission is abso- iuccly 1 : REE. Not only will you enjoy tn entertaining movie—but you will Icacn valuable home-making seoets. How the New Rinso gets clothes shades rwhiter without'scrubbing or boiling. \\'by Rinso is the safest soap to use in tub or washet—with its licher, looger- . lasting suds. ; SIR THOMAS Lipton grows tea. ; ; ; Lipton knows tea; From the lofty heights of-the famous Lipton gardens comes the quality that' means added flavor, true economy to you, At all grocers. * * * * •* * to MOR MAY AMERICAN LEGION I'emi$coi Co. PosMVo. 38" MOONLIGHT DANCE TRIP LY. C»nithci»illc....9:ll) pm Tkteli 75c . . "', Mccl Vour Friends on lite "Cei/iifoi" Give Her A SILVER SEKYICU reminder of your best A l^Kli ni*l«s . . . our dial will Rro «- old Riucefully .n v ,i cvk[. „„ a ,|,i f j value with passing jcars. Complcle services cr single pieces. Take a him from "Tlie lirhlc \V.ikcs Up'' ami Give llrr Silvcnvarct Ilcrc's a laxative that is purely vegetable, prompt and reliable. Sold hy druggists for nearly 100 years, Try it! 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