The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 5, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 5, 1937
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fAGB^TWO UUKT COURIER NEWS., WEDNESDAY, ..MAY" r Social Calendar ' THURSDAY S EVENTS Mr and Mrs \V. A Aflllck lm\- ing'sUppw partj. ifo A G Little cmci tabling Thursday Luncheon club TcSwn mid. Country Bridge club mcetag with' Mrs. C. P. Tucker. Mrs. C. L: Wylle hnving Thurs- day'Bridge cl\ib this ^cck ) FRIDAY'S EVENTS caty-wlcle ; community pro-am for rNatlonal Music week at city auditorium, 8 P. M. Mrs. .Thud Nlcol having luncheon at' Hotel Noble. American Legion Auxiliary meeting 2 30 p in at Legion hut Ladies Bible class, First Methodist church, ha\Ing "pot luck' supper at church, 7 p in , lolloped by imsincss session. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. T. Phillips and Miss Alia Blythe having bridge parly at Phillips 1 : home. Mrs. C. W. Afllick having bridge luncheon. ' SUNDAY'S EVENTS Practice Tor baccalaureate service mu^lc; at First Baptist church, 3 1> m • 1 1S : nites McKccl Complimented at Tea Tuesday Adernoon. Mrs. A. G. Lltllc and Mrs. Byron Moric entertained 120 guests at a formal- tea :Tuesday afternoon 1 at ttic-'ljttles 1 country home in lioijor of Jflss Peggy McKeel, whose marriage' to William Lnwshc on May 17, '.will be the outstanding social event of the season. •Fhir Fields" made an effective setting for the affair with .the entire-lower floor of the formal southern^ colonial -house decorated- In early summer flowers'and Its old fashioned garden, at the rear of the'sun room, which created much attention. All of the pai'd 'colors were liromincnt in the decorations with a yellow and gold mollf emphasized in the living room. Bouquets of yellow. - roses were In white vases and: .the guest of honor's corsage of yellow roses blended with her tea frock of whits and gold In, the receiving line \\ith tlie Icly Monday afternoon, at the church. She used, trie fourth and fifth chapters of the lx>ok "The Waters of the Bcthesda" showing the needs'of. the rural community, especially hi religious rcc- reallon. ' The devotional was given by Mrs. Field who read from the sixth chapter of Matthew. Mrs. Aclclmn Adams gave a rending as n part of the ilcvo- tlcnnl period, A brief business session was conducted by Mrs. George Dyslng- er, president. It was announced that the next monthly program mcctjng , will held Monday nftci'iioon with Mrs. T. II. Biles with,. Mrs George Shamiln as.sisllng liostess: Mrs. A. S. Dean s:\ld NIC closing pniycr. * 8 » i To Jliilie Plans For District Conference. Plans for Ihe district conference of the American Legion Auxiliary, will be held 4herc May 20, will be made nt a mcct- IIIB of the local group Frida afternoon, nt the Legion hut. iMIcnd Parents' SOIh \Vfililtng Anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grecnwcll and sons, and Mrs. John F. Lctitl 'm\c returned from SU Louis where they attended the celebration of the yolilen wedding •niinl- v.crsary cf Mr. and .Mrs. G. \V. Toon, parents of Mrs. Grcemvcll. Of their ten sons j'nncl daughters, seven were there for the reunion, along .wllli four generations of the family. The anniversary was celebrated with a renewal of (heir wedding vows In n seven o'clock muss nt the new cpthcdrnl ot St. Louis. Bits of News Mostly : Personal hostesses and Miss McKccl-' wcro her ,amit, Mrs. . J. A. Leech, and Mr.-Lmvslio's. moltier. Mrs. B. S. Simmons. Miss Virginia Little wits al the door >nnd Mrs. A. Conway greeted the guests. Assisting also in the living room were Mrs. Ross D.-.Hughes, Mrs. R. F. Kirshner and-.Mrs. Everett B. Gee. Mrs. W. A. Afllick and Mrs. James H Bell presided at the re- {reshment Hble In the dining room Red roses, and % pale blue delplnn- c\mi Vere arranged In i ciystnl \ase, nith crystal compotes for the centerpl«cc of the lace covered ladle/ silver services were used with the ..pastel shades in the refreshments Bouquets of pink loses irises and snapdragons " were arranged 1 iu'coolrfiil holders in the sun room, which adjoins the during room.---- Assisting' the .table hostesses were Mrs. C.- W. Aftliok. Mrs. Thad Nicol and Mrs. Charles Pcnn. Included in tha guests were these from out of the cits Miss rrances Tucker, of Washington, D. C., who is ' the guest of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. C.-F. Tucker, Mrs. Minnie E Hames and Mrs Louis H Stem of Grand Islind Neb guests of Mr and Mr- Hirry W Halnes Mrs. rD. Fred Taylor jr.. Mrs. A. Welbi Young and Mrs Godfroj White, of Osceoh Mrs- Hpjt of Memphis, and Mrs John'ilovt, of LeachylllD, whom she Is visiting. Shower Is Guen nil's I'csgj McKecl Gifts for the bathroom were presented Miss Peggy McKCel, brHc- elect,, at a breakfast -party given hy Mrs. Everett. B. Gee and Mrs. H r Kirshner this morning it vthc country club. The 16 guests, were sealed at r> long table in the ball room A unique artificial bouquet in the center was made of flowers, shaped like wedding bells, and from this ran ribbon streamers to all the places. The wedding bell bouquet was surrounded with white tapers and the place cards were of bouquet design. Favors of miniature bell; wedding slippers aufl horse shoes were tied to the streamers, which the guests pulled for their souvenirs. ' Rainbow shades were used to"hl- tractively decorate the ball room •with the' fireplace banked with irises, cornflowers and locus bloj- .sorns and bouquet^ of gladioli and roses were in the windows opening onto the sun porch After breakfas 1 , x.hich vias vn cd at. ten o'clock, there was a bridal contest and the shower Included In the guests were Miss Frances Tucker of Washington D C, who came down to bs Miss McKeel's maid of honor in her marriage to William .-Law-she on May 17, and Mrs. Godfrey White, Of Osceola. Ilim Chili Party. I Mrs. Jesse Taylor cnlcrtalnad the Young Matrons Bridge club Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. Max B. Reid won the prize, lingerie. Cards were played In the living robin which was decorated In yellow roses, wygclla and bock orange blossoms, hlchcanie from the hostess' yardi Haze! Gocclmm Bride of Richard Bishop CAHUTUEHSV1LLE, Mo. — Announcement is being made here of the marriage of Miss Hazel Good- itin of Braggadocio and Richard Bishop of 'this city. The ccramoiiy \vas performed by the -Re'v'.v Wayne astor of the First Prcs- >» tyuiy, psibior Ol 11IC 1'lrsl Prc bslcrlanjjchfjrcli, at the .innnsc. Tll*» •^«-il^(l''(u Ml'rt rln.lLllI'....' _r ."] the dmighlcr'ol Mr. niH Mrs. En r! Goodrum of Braggadocio.. She attended the Brny- gnrtoclo nml Cnruthersvilln s?lit)Dls nnd for several months 1ms been employed nt the Brown shoe factory here. The groom, \vho has made this cltj his home nil his lite, graduated from the local high school I" 1531. He Is nlso employed at ':hc shoe factory. Misses Cordelia ^nd Josephine 'ilhlt? will return .tonight from St. Louis, ";herc they hnvc been :;]!i'|][lin^ EL'vernl days. '.' Bernard Gooch Is in Joiiesboro for several days, attending 'federal court. ...-(.... Mike Epstein, -who lived here In 1911 mid who now resldes^at, Nnshi vlllc, Tenn.. attended U> -business and visited friends here.the first of the week. , '''Wv, 1 *;.'^,- :; .-'...': Mr. and Mrs.; Max*. Mcyji's -h'jivc rclni'nrd from a nibloivlrlp to Nov. 1 York nnd other; eastern'-points.,''" Miss Era Wright 'spent the week, end ID Awcoln nilji; her''Brother, Irn Wright, and family. Doyle Henderson Is.In Jpnostjoro for Hie federal court session. Mrs. Eunice Young and Miss Winnie Virgil 'Turner spjnl the weekend In Nouten, Tenn., where they vlsitrd relatives. 1 Mr. and Mrs. !Ioj> Neal allcn'.l- cd the-horse show In Memphis .Sunday. Mrs. w. H. naln, of -Corinth. Miss., will arrive Saturday for -n visit with her brother, Jlni p. fiar- wcll, nnd family. She'.' will be ac- coitl|i;in[i-(l by her hnpttcw, Fisll nl'orc llnnveli, who has been visit- Ing her for three weeks. Mrs. Harwell and infant son \vlll':be removed lo their homo from the Blythcvillc hospital Friday afternoon. . ( Mrs. J. A. Lcccii nnd Miss Peggy McKccl were in Memphis Monday. Mr. and Mi's. Jesse H, Wcbi) nnd son. Jesse, of EM-IC, were iii tlic city yesterday. Mrs. C. W. BcalD. of Memphis, arrived yeslcvdny for n visit with her sisters. Mrs. II. G. Wickham nnd Miss Bess null. Miss Jess Urown, of Morrillo'ri, Ai-k.. Is the guest of her sislcr, Mrs. Ben Hnnnn, and Mr. iiannn, al the Wood apartments on Doiifan Ave. Mrs. T. J. Burke was In'Mem- phis yesterday where she met hei mother, Mrs. C. J. Collier, of Shaw, Miss., nml other relatives for n brief"visit. Mrs. J. E. callawny, who line beui visiting her daughter, Mrs C, L. Wylic, nnd Mr. Wylie. returned yesterday to her home .. Arkadcliihin. Mrs. Wylie nccom- ] panted, her to Memphis.' . rv : . Mrs. .Eddie Hcgcnold, Mrs. ?B: Williams and Mrs, nllcy B. Jo'ne; arc In Wilson this ntlcrnoon for-r arly B lven by Mrs. Thomas tsnoy Mrs. N. B. Ellis, Mrs. Cliarle Lnne, Mrs. Carl Bird and Mrs John Enoch. Mr. and Mrs. .Frank Titlar niic daughter wciil ;p Memphis yc.-,lor. day, where they nre to ntakc thel home. Mr. Tillar, who has been manager of the local Llbcriy^slore for seVeral years, has been : transferred to a Memphis store,and-his position here will be Bulled -jb> Mitchell Saliba. The house where licy resided, on- Tenth St.,-lias iecn (akcn hy Mr. and Mis, Frank Whltworth. : Pearl Cartwright Named Cotton Carnival Princess OSCtJOLA, Ark. — Pearl cart- vyrlglu was cliosen In a beauty re- vuc licre last' night to irepresen princess In Hie Mem- jihls'-C'fllton Carnival. Jijllef. iiialdG. ..wjllj bu, Moj'tha Jan Cartwright; ' MKi-lo;,, Mt(yo. ( t'.Coiihic cki)sr nnd,, Chtjstlhe Bo ( vi'pn.' '. ' iveiHyiolrl^M^carcd in' the. re viie. illlssffcarttyjljtht was- tirdwnc as- prJnf.Qss.^'a'f.ttjiii the , revue, bs iytay.or;A'/.S';Bp(!Jrs at n corona tipa, balf'C-^fihtepinmunlty house A' postacfd ncli ' 'aruthersville Alumni Banquet Set for May 12 CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. —Mrs. Iloliert Hawkins, president of the Alumni Association, today announced thai the annual banquet :lnte hud been changed to Wednesday evening, May 12, It will be held al the MethodlsL church. The Rev. w. L. Meyer, pastor of (lie church, Is to be the loastmastcr, Added Dignity lo Grand Jury •:SAN JOSE, Ca|. (UP)—For His first time in the history o[ Santa Ctara County the grand jury is to l« .supplied with officially printed letterheads and envelopes. H is the theory of the jury's secretary that such stationery will add more dignity and formality to; the Jurors' correspondence. u TOO I.ATI: TO CLASSIFY - . I'Oll fhree nnc Jersey milch CO\VS;.'GIX):| I, milkers. Mrs.- J. : F. 1 : sinlirj'irrarm, -Armorel Road. ;';..;: , S-pk-(]-5 , stamp. WHat s wc (fall n postmar ?<:tually is the triie stamp. The following' Dentists' offices w.., lie closed each Thjuvxlny.nfterijopn: ' '. Dr.. Fffid Child, Dr. "|i. A. Taylor. : Dr. w. F. Brewer, Dr. L. H. Moore Pressing with a hot iron will oosen stamps and gummed labels 'Iiie-h are stuck together. ^ COMPLETE •• BEAUTY SERVICE I'h one IOG MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP ; Street Women Have Mission Study Mrs O J Kodgcrs g.wc the mission lesson at the meeting of the I,aSo .Strott Methodist .church Woman's Missionary soc[FEMININE WEAKNESS — r Mrs C. L. Mabry oE 1511 Common St Hoyston, Texas, said' I usca to ha\c hcaoichca 'associated vrilli ; minor functional disturbances, I u led Dr. Pierc'c'a Favorite. Prescription as a tonic only a "short Trhile and it increased mr appetite a*-d c_ hc!p«l to rrfi«e me. I UcU much bcltir m crcry Trray." Buy novr lot yoot ne.gTiboAood dn-^ffisl lue, taWcli 50 c!s, liqaid $Ii40i tue ta'olrtf cr Ii^id, ^Ij5,j For Mother's Day-A Year-round Dress Mother's Day is only out; day lonR, but mother's day of (InLics goes on through (he year, and .here are Mainly Dresses that will chesr dear old mother on. Tiicy arc known as "Gracious Lady" Dresses, and they are gracious, in style, colors and patients. Long sleeves, extra roominess, high necklines, added length and special lines to provide t!ic proper lit, arc ;-:onic of (he features nf flicsc Krocks, that are perfect Sifts for .Mother's Dav. 98 Others $;>.05 SPECIAL Thursday -Friday - Saturday 3-Day s On ly-3 To lake advantage of these "Remodeling" Specials. ! r^ : ' NEW '''SUMMER MERCHANDISE Georyiana <•-.-'•• •'• ''; Marc.ij Lee - - - J L'Aiylon - - - .± ^ 1 ^ jt,-' " • i -_• • • • ''• " ''" ^--^ , Wash! Frocks " ' ; "i All New Spring and Summer-Styles ?; • VALUES .;. .82.95 "~ VALUES ... S3.95 .VALUES':.. $5.95 VALUES ... S7.95 VALUES . .. $2.69 $3.49 $4.95 $6,95 Save 10% to 2 On (he Following Items Kayscr, Se-Liug and Larltwoo<! Hose ?!".; §ilk Underwear, Gowns, Slijis, etc,-: ''-. .:v.I''" Lac'ics' Handkerchiefs ' " ( 1 •'£..•,.«**-.<- ': . ." ' ' -.-'" •" ;•--,., ~ : "" : ": JJi'adley Summer Knit ; Siiii3- ::: v^}'" .yf%;<y£j, ' ':.>_,: ' .;..'. ."; v: ; o- '<$- ! /;^'. : ''k ;:i ; i« ff"Spriiig and Summer^Idves ..;,. . , W-V •"•'.?:.-.; ; . " : ; : < -.!;;. : _ ••'v:j ; ;:5.r< ••'..'/•f CliiWfcft's. Dresses, including Shirley Teniiile • ' •'"•': : '-''" Children's'Wash'Suits " Boys' Panto and Suits Laijies' Blouses REMISMBK'K.: Those special a fj o 9 d Thursday -- Friday — Saturday Only Mean More Beauly for your Home —More Hours of Leisure for You AK.MSTKONG QUAKER HUGS-—-Mean Mora Beauty for Your Home;—More Hours of Leisure for Yoii. YOU can (tress up your home and ctit your cleaning time in half willi AKJISTJIONG RUGS. TH10 SMART NK\\ r STYLES now on display—Hollow Tone Marbles, Shaded Tilfis, Now All-Over Flor- als—a design to . suit all your rooms—Easy lo clean. ARMSTHONG RUGS may Lie had in thc'!).\12 sixe for as !(Av a.s $'1.95. 'They niiiy he 11 :i d in I h c large size s, nisi—:in inclusive Armstrong fKilurc —II.Ux 12 mill 11.3x15. aid Linolsiim floors New designs—to suit any color sclicmc you may desire to use. Then their is nddcd beauty to your bathroom, kitchen, or'any other room. Room Fluor! Ul'.IM—a HcHUtiiiil Jicgin.s Wit It I ho to clrnn nncl keep beautiful. Economical, because when woll installed Inlaid Linoleum floors InsL Indefinllcly—Ef properly en rod for. Variety of patterns' of Emboscd Inlnid as well as Plain Inlni;! from which to choose. LETT US FIGURE THIS COST OF YOUR 1?LOORS BUY YOUR .LINOLEUM PRODUCTS FROM THIS STORE— The LARGEST user of ARMSTRONG'S Floor coverings in .thC'Clllire STATIS OF ARKANSAS:' Prices and Quality of work must be rijilit. w^^sf^s^ Mrs. Kunicc friciuls ill .-the sloio. he lo welcome livr Lo.fl/ mK^Mt Ytjlnvr v-nrtn in <r<vm <icli lo~?i. A Urging n«* dc-.lg-<. ^3 °" ? "'' r FUHN1TU1IK IN | ] » its OI ""^:Hfc.- f, TWO! rr.s OIT is vmw ( Ii()H K Of F'«t H I'A SELECT ony ol iSovc niw Roo i5.<s"SE\\TABLE ihoi lolj> up ami f.u THHEE! irr.idj 0,1 ot!-of-lKo-way Co^ipt3^n;oi>!. Here'* <iua! value ahy wom*n will op- ^.) irvlt. Other Ty|ios ill ?l-l.2"> I Suitable Grail'.ration Gifts ™ e W i/i •1 Home Furnishings Moderately Priced

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