The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 6, 1937
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i037 : " ••• THURSDAY, • MAY go U> LUUc Ito:k tomorrow (o Mrs. Liielan Jones of near Cooler, daughter have ' ret-.: •lltcnd nn educational meeting until Sunday. ' • ., ... . porch ,Sft'liv> Sunday hoine -'at I Memphis; :.f,lo.,. aftei and broke his arm at the elbow. visit with Mrs. Pitneys parents, Mr. Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Adams were Mrs. Arch Sleek', Mrs. I. and Mrs. Frank Long. In Memphis yesterday. Oreer and Miss Lurah Duncan of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Minyard Harrlsburg, Ark-, accompanied Mrs. Spence lo her home in tills Miss,, where they spent several days ivitii Mr. Mlnyard's parents and Social .Calendar EVENTS City-wide community pi 055 am for National Music week ftl city auditorium, 8 P. M .Mrs Tliad Nicol having luncheon nl Hotel Noble. •American Legion Auxiliary meet- tiiff 2 30 p jn at Legion hut Indies Bible class, Fust Melii- oflisl church" having ' pot luck" slipper at church. 7 i>. in'., followed b» business session ' > SATURDAY'S EVENTS )i5rs J T Phillips and Miss Alta JJIytiie having bridge party ftt Phil- lite' home. IMrs G W. AflHck havlrtg bridge luncheon i SUNDAY'S. EVENTS fpracticc f.9r,baccalaureate service music, v ^'pirsl 'Baptist chinch, 3 p' m M 11 \ >O E § vill have practice foi vwithy grand matron's visit, 2 30 P. M.' FLAPPER FANNY By ; Sylvia' : =r«ffl. W 0**« SHVICC. INC. 1. M. Ftd V. 6. W O'/. r——I : i ,-. Jiwish Women , , i(nc fleeting' i iMrs. Waller Roscnthcil • mid Mrs Max Meyers entertained , the ,, Jew i<3> Aid society at the Mcjers. liome lust night when the 29 present Included tliese guests Jjiss Soplilc RauU of Tulsa, Okla who is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Wil- IKim 'Borowsky of Manila, Miss ppplite Nichols of Osccolii, Mis Jfick Nevibauci of Indianapolis, Ind, liouseguest of hei paienls. Mr. and Mrs. Willtam Nichols of <3sccoln, Mrs Da\e Sllveiblatt. of Qsceola, and Mis F. L Englcr. i Plans Vieic completed foi the benefit sh9W nl Osceola tonight t{iisn ' The King nnd the Chorus QiiT' will be shown- at the theater there with a portion of the proceeds lo go to the society. PJIins v|eie also made foi the confirmation dance, (o be gUcn at (lie A'nicucan Legion hut hoc Siluday light, May .10 [spilng (lowers decoiatcd the house and a springtime input wns "carried out In the refrcsli- nlcnls" served: Bits 6jE News jYlostly .Personal Mrs. Harry wlnterton, Mrs. WUroy and W. 13, Miller, of Memphis, were guests of Mrs Robert E. Leu King Tuesday. They accompanied Mr. wilroy over, who remained for a longer stay to trans act business. Mrs. .0. W. ricalo will re tun lo Ijei 1 home In .Memphis toinprrow ilflcr several days stay wlU.l >"0l(i- livcs. • -.,.•• ...,'. The condition of F. p. Underwood, who has been ill. In Jlot prings. Is slightly worse, • todiiy. Ic IHIS been moved to n Little, (cck hospital, . . '.-.;. Mrs. O. II. Lilly, who lived In ilils city many years ago \vljere Vlr. Lilly developed much properly, and who now lives In Joncsfooro. was here ]mt night, coining; gvfv for the service at the First, Presbyterian church whon the Rev. ['. "The asters, don't look So yowl, Funny. Think they'll ;nnv?" , "Haby, when 1 uiivilcn, (he only Ihiiig I'm sure of mis n(f is bli.slers." Erlde'Hcct.aml fiance Complimented .Mlss Peggy McKeel nnd William tawshc, whose marriage \\lll take ]jla.ce Monday, May 17 «eic Blurt: of- honor at a family dinner giver last night by Mr and Mrs A Conway Other guests vere Mr am Mrs.'-.j. A.' Lecclvmicle and nunt of the bride-elect, and Mr Law slie'/'pirentSyMi. anil Mrs B. S Simmons) Tlffi i\,mmg Kible. f a^ arranged Wltl^~a 'bouquet of pink* roses nnd (he place catds word in'thc bridal d.esign Pink roses il^o predomi-, jiatect in .the several bowls of early summer flowers attractively m- ranged throughout the room * •. »- • ' * Delpliians H.ivc Luncheon Meeting;. The last meeting t)f the season foi the Delphian SJudj club was at the Hotel Noble Wednesday, when a luncheon followed, the meeting This luncheon which. Is an annual affair, was In honor of the retiring president, Mrs. Dixie Craw> ford Springtime place cards, Talisman roses, cornfl.owers and valley lilhs, decorated the table jn the dining cent of the purchnslnij done In the United stales Is done by women mil His advertisement- 1 ! tcml to please Hie eyes of women. In a round table discussion the uses of cellophane and rayon were dls- oussed. * * « Ulub Has J'arly. 'Ihc Wednesday Bridge dull was riUei'lained by' Mrs., unkcr Wilson this u:dck when slie used roses and coinflowers to decorate her house. Clusters of yellow rosebuds were centerpieces for the two small luncheon tables in the living room itnd the dining room tablo had n large • center;:!™ of Pink roses ami the b]it3 cornflowers. In the bridge gaincs wlilcli followed liineh, Mrs. C. 'A. Cunning- Inm \yas high and Mrs. Kirns'-. room, arranged for 'the 12 hers present After ;luhrti' these were installed: Dr. new officers Edna Nles, president; Mrs. "J. W. Mavcr. vice- president, Mrs G W D.llahunt\ secretary," Mrs Dixie Crawford, treasurer, Mrs James B Clark parliamentarian. -Mrs. James T}tli Mrs. G. G. •CauUlll 'and Mrs. A B. Fairfipld. were elected members -of the 'Seminar board. Tills group, which has a limited membership, has bson meeting monthly for the pist jear but n the new year's .mectin™, bejlnnln? next Octobsr. twice a month mcst- ii' be held for study. ( T. E- Tato. program chair- vorth; Black, second high jl'h'is'club'':vs : i!|.have its H final parly o|,Jtl;p.jgaspu next week. Luxora Society — Persona l):et?iilcd (be first two ohap, :ois. ' Miss Eva George of Hixprai rc- olhcr relatives. Mrs. Kent Plnnell, of Fayett*. M1.S.S., is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. M. 0. Usrey. Guy miller, wlio Is now with the stale revenue department at Little Uock, Is uttcndiiig to business here today, Out' of town people hero for the funeral of fl. Paul Monday were O-. L. Paul and Ciii'l paul, his sous, from Muskogse. akin.. Mrs. Ted Medarls, his daughter, of Memphis, Miss Mavjorle Taylor of Carutli- 'eisville, Miss ray Probst, of Mus- ogce, J3UI Luster and motlier. of {ennell, J|m Crockett, a brother- ii-!,nv, 'anil Mr. and Mrs, Xeb leno, 'all 'of Stcclc. Miss Mablc Simon lias returned ro'm Ihc'IJaptlst hospital in Mem ibis 'where she was a patient for lie nps't 'two weeks. She was nc- co'nipanled by her sister, Miss Lou so Billion, who stayed \vilh lisr in .lemplils. Miss Mary Moore linin will leave •'rlilay for Louisville. Ky., where she will 'be the guest of Senutoi" ind Mrs. Moore for th.c Kenlucky hurg. The 'grnds school of Stcelc porler for Hie recently organijml 'EriuniL 1 Circle 01ub, Jt composed.of members from Arkansas, "Missouri, Illinois, and Kentucky, reports that the club met'with Miss Casey Moses, Mound City, III., on Sunday, : April 25. wllhi 45. inembers prcseiit. 1 The constitutional laws for the club were read by the president," Miss Margaret. Shiblcy, of New Madrid', Mo. Porlngevillc, Mo,, \vas selected as. the regular moet.tns place for" the e!uu,"as it Is the niost central locution. The meetings, tnko place the second STuiday hi ench month. . . Other officers of the cltib are Phillip ICoiiry of .Stcelc,,Mo., vice- pfcsldeiit; Miss McUb'cnii sallba, of Joiner, Ark.,- secretary nud treasurer,--' '' '" -• After 1 the meeting adiourncd,'Hie hostess entertuincd with a bulfe sup]:;r and later duueiug was .en- Joyed. Frank Price D. D., of Nankin*, China, sjioke. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. turned last night from Hoi Springs, where they spent two weeks. Mrs. Louis H. Stein left last night for her home In Qrand ip- lanil, Neb, after a visit' will) her brother, Harry W v Haincs, and family. While here she was complimented on a number of occasions, fler mother, Mrs. Minnie 13. Hatnes who uecpmpnnlcd her, romnlnpcl here for another two weeks. Mrs. JI. G. 1'nrtlow and Infant daughter, Patricia Alice, have l»c removed from the Blythevlllc hos- p.llal lo Ihelr home on iccnluck} 'avenue, " Mrs. J. A. Lend) ntal Miss Pos- McKccl arc In Memphis today Mr. and Mrs, Loy Welch will ar ve home M-fjnday from a flvi ceks motor trip lo Phoenix, Ariz. Angeles and other points o allfornia, and points of Mexko Mrs. Elva Pos lins gone to Mus- ogce, Okln., to visit her brothers, . L. and Carl Paul, for a. week. Miss Carolyn Haley, who teach- s In the Manila school, has al'- .ve<l home for the spring vaca- on. i. Miss Margaret Williams has gone o Vermont for a month'a vaca- ion. E." inss Mrs. man, presented the theme. "Fear the Pacts and .Fool the womc Dr, and MU. McConnell, pooneville, Ark., spent the waek- fnil with their daughter, Mrs. James Handle. Mrs. Roy \yllllnnis, C|f- Jackson, Tenn., has returned home after n Visit of a week will) her sister, Mrs. P&irl Cowan. Mrs. p. B. Wood had as hor guests Sunday her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Envin wl'itworth of Bly- thevlllc, and her sister, M rS; Clifford Joynef, and Mr. Joyner, of Union City, Tenn. Mrs. T. F. Hudson and grand- Daughter; yvade MeHcnry, vent to ?.rcmphis Wednesday for several days, visit. •' . ..:,•'' Miss Dixie Howard, who has bseh \islllng her aunt, Mrs. W. I,. Hnr- Cln, of Lexington, Tenii. ; for the r«Et month. Is returning home Thursday accompanied by Miss IJil- lle Hardln, (if Lexington, nn:l Miss Gcraldine Godfrey, of Memphis who will be her house guests for several weeks. * • t The Baptist W. M. s. met in the church auditorium Tuesday afternoon to begin their new mlssioi from an article by Margaret Dana ! •study, "Decade In W M U '• Mrs It \ias brought out that 98 P"r-1 Charles Evans, mission study tcach- Com pi re tllf belli t> of our silver «ntli that YOU saw Jn f tj t tin I' co jnb.mcs use- ltrf" beauty. \\t .uxora. Seniors WilJ Give Hay Tomorrow LUXOHA.—The senior class wi irescnt a piny, "Here Come 'atriclit," In 'the high schoo tudltorlum Friday, May 7, at ). m. '— It Is a three act comedy. Th ending' roles will lie given n Vcrnell Byrd. : Margaret Wilde' ml Paut.Aycock. Mother's D&y. Program Pupils of - the third grade. i Central Ward school arc broad casting a program Friday aftei noon, -2:30 o'clock, In honor 1 < their mothers and mothers ever> where. Miss Mary Outlaw, tend nrrangtd'-the - program, to 1 broadcast .over KLCN. Read Courier news want Ads. Il)l])01'lailCC of Bcaiily SI i own Friday Miss The speed at which sensiitioni are transmitteil along our nerves Is about 100 feet a second. FOB KM.K We I'uy Cash for Poultry & Efgs ITZ Everything For Your Kntci(aln- 1 ment and Comfort lilcod Tested Baby Fur Sale give its nnimal op;r;'tta night at the auditorium Mary Palmer Is the sponsor. Mr. anil Mrs. IJuell Holly have eccnily purchased a house at Colorado Springs. Colo., where they will make their home. Mr. Holly, who has been In (lie Woodmen fnnltorlum for tuberculosis for 3mc lime, is much improve:!. Mrs. Henry Gestring is vlsltin her daughter In Detroit, Mich. Miss Ell/abelh Huey will IJRVC lets conliiin raw oysler Invigora- Fi-iday for an exlended visit with " " her brother-In Detroit, Mich, Mrs. Nell Av.blll has resigned as Last Time, Today Reasonable 1'rk-es The Goodwin Co. Plione 151 - - Ciill Us z\ M|?TVI OET VIGOR AT ONCE! ! nll -'. L>> Nt,-.v OsU'CX Tonlu Tab- primary teacher In the Tyler school and t Miss Doris parnett has accented the position.'Mrs. Azbill is .moving to Warden, Miss Jjarncti is attending Arkansas Slate collage at Jcncsbpro, She is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Burnett of Cooler. Jcrby. Miss Muc Oliver will be the weekend guest of her -sister, Miss Louise O.llver, In Jonesboro. Steelc-Cooter Society — Personal Cooler high school will present Its annual music entertainment at Ihc auditorium Friday night under the direction of Mrs. Jack Wimp. No admission will be charged. Krafjgadocio .Misses Nina and Sylvia Huekaun ami Mildred Jiruc'c drove to Caps Glrardeau Sunday nielit to visit Carl Taylor, of Cotlonwood Point, who is in a hospital recovering from injuries sustained in an automobile accident Friday night. Mrs. J. p. Bennett and daughter, Viola, spent Sunday nt Wyatt with Mr. Bennett. Mrs. Fred Stewart of Ifayti wa'i the dinner gusst of Miss Viola Ben- lielt and her mother, Mrs. J. F. Kcnnctt, Sntunlay night. Misses Roberta Denton and Nova Davis returntxl Monday from a two weeks visit with friends in ,31 Louis. Mrs. Robert Pitney and infant There will be selections by the glee clubs, a one-act pluy, and numbers by a girls trio which includes Louise Bcckham, Adiue Copcland uml Reva McCnnn. * * * The senior class of Cooler liigli school will present the three-act play. "The Man From Nowhere." at the auditorium Tuesday night. The players arc .Christine "narnctt, Gladys Weingficld, June Crice. Vc|ma Jones, Archie floslon, Rowena Campbell, - Wilboi n Jones, Edward Blessing, David.Thomas and Wayne Copclaiul. E. Stevens, of West P ; o]nl. llss., Is visiting here for several ays. - : '• •.--, H. Tlighnil has; lelunicd; from a udness :jrip to Cairo, Carhondalc •lid (Other points jiv Illinois. :;! •Mr*'o. E.-Keck was in Mcm- DIt. STUTl'S SKHACII-NO-MOR Tlio 30-T/llnutc ITCH Treatment Only one application necessary. N< grease. No mess. No soiled cloth Ins; or bed linens. No time los from school. At good drug store ev cry where. ors iiml other stimulants. One ose peps up organs, elands. If lot delighted, maker refunds few ents paid. Call, write Kirby Bros. 5riiB Stores. BOYS WANTED-Ages 12 to 15- to do pleasant, educational work afternoons ami Saturdays. Goci pay. Apply by leller .•are Courier News. lo "J. T.' WANTED TO EMPLOY: Two men of a»c between 28 and 30 ysan. Hust have at least 2 years Hi^h School, nsat, sob:r and'sales abil- ly. Weekly drawing account with commission, write fully about your- seld to P. O. Box 921. Blylheviile. C-ck-8 —Admission— Matinee—10 & 2Cc Klglil—Hi & Me, Tliree FOR HUNT room furnishad downstairs apartment. 103 West. Kenlucky. Call G83 6-pk-ll "I-'at while you live, and live while you eat." Groceries & Meats 109 W. .Main - - I'lionc 15 FKEE DELIVRUY Friday - Pal Night 2 Adults AdinlUcd for Pilce, of 1 IOAN SHARK MOBS EXPOSED l> Judge G. E .Keck and his court tcnograuticr. ^frs. Buford Murray, lavo returned from Marion, wh^ri Judge Keck presided In the civil division of circuit .court. They will 50 lo Hnrrisburp Monday for a siiii- lar court. Mrs. H. B. Oakes, who has been quite 111. is slighiiy Improved. Mrs. Mary V. Greene, of St. Louis, was the guest of Mr.-and'Mrs. Ed- jnr- Bonim and family overnight Tuesday, cnrputo. home: from Kcl- Ark., where she lias been visiting her 5311, Robert Greene. Mnx B. Reid left this afternoon for Hot Springs, where he is to attend the Arkansas Bar Association convention. He Is to make a talk at the banquet Friday night. , Mrs. Earl O'Neal, of Memphis, Is tlie guest of her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McClurkin llyrns-Slrong-. Miss Lsona Byrns an:i Piiui Strong- were married In Carulh- crsvillc Saturday by Justice of the Peace Oscar Elliott. The bride is the daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. C. H. Byrns of [he Oak ge community, and is a mem- jpI.-.JJie junior class ..of Cooler liigh- school;-.'- Th'c-'BVc'Biii ^is'-'fe-] soil of Mrs. Little Strong and a graduate of Cooler high school in 193G. He later attended State College In Jonesboro. They are at present making their home with the britlo's parents. -.* .« » . Earl, 7-year-old son of Mr. and CAKD OF THANKS : .The family of the late H. Paul is deeply grateful to everyone who have been .so.kind to all its mem- b'efs during the illness and death of their father and grandfather. •^ COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE Phone 10G JflARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP In the Scliool Fllni - Today lit' tlie Roxy, Theatre "Tlie Bride Wakes Up 1 ' shows how boauty EJOCS hand In hand with guccl honic-makins. No housewife slionld lies led her prrsonal ap- licarnnce. L?i our til- ented oiwralors help you look your best a I all times. . Hi I lie's lJoa"uly,Shop Billic Hiirel, Prop. 1011E215.. .;'• 105 X. Second For Mother's Day Give Her- Marie Dressier DRESSES - : Beautiful Voiles, Dotted Swiss, and Linens. Sixes Jl to 52. tQ: Modern tf/fs *s. , : ..'.; for. Modern Motfoe-rs. licauisc, she's young and so arc you >.. Rive ulothcr exactly "what you'd buy :ind like for yourself! Something new and smart . , . some-: thing she ciin wear 16 complement her cliarm., for Molhers qj alt VVaali silks, sheers, and cottons in it beautiful array of summer styles ... Stylos suitable for all occasions with prices HO moderate they are doubly appealing. : ..'-.-. I'liramounl" 1'ictcrial and Novelty Sliorl* —Admission— Matinee—10 & 2Gc Niglit—1C & 3Gc '. TUESDAY, MAY 11 — $175.00 HANK NIGHT! (Less Stale Tax) —COJIING— "llcmL-o and Juliet" 'They Gave Him ,a Gun" "\Vonian -I: Love 1 ' "Chan al : the Olymiik-.s" "Cafe IMctropolc'* "Prmre' itml Palipcr" "Ilnclor Jlull"' "Quality Street" Admissinn—Always 10 & 2Gc Malinccs Friday. Saturday,. Sunday SllOw Kvery Night. r'rida'y -and Sunday Matinees start al 2:15. Saturday Matinee at 1:15 Last Time Today 2 Adults Admitted for rriee;of 1 All Children—IQc Other Will Appreciate SILK HOSIERY SLIPS - GOWNS STEP-INS I'UHSES ' GLOVES Her — u pair of SKLBY'S STYL.KKZ SHOES 8lie' will appreciate tlioni t It c whole year! I New Economy Shop Pldg. ';'»»»»«»•»»•»••* »X«:;«.»;;«->;;i SILK HOSE . -dlivay-s ( I od Clear, nheu 1 , ringlcss ChiiTon ' Hose in nil (he new Summer shades . . . Give Her n box ol 3 iKlirs, NEW BAGS Shell Like . . . almost every con- cdvablc shape and color to hfirmonizc with any Summer Frook. Priced inorieiately. SILK UNDERWEAR SLIPS GOWNS PANTIES 15RASSIKHES You kno-.v siic'll cherish of nice Silk Uncienvear . assortment Is complete . . prices ore moderate. Our The And Many Other !Suitable Ilcms ,A CO LVJM8I A_PICTUR^\ Also Comedy '•"• ' \ Friday - Saturday with .and big cast Also, Comedy and iNovelty Shorts

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