The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1937 · Page 2
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1 PAGE TWOi BLYTHEVIUJS '(ARK.)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 10, 193Y Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. R. 0. Rose aand Mrs. P. B JOMier entertaining D. A. R~ v,ilh (unch-oii at Hol« Noble, 1 '''Mrs. J. Nick Thomas having the TuesJay Budge club. Yoini" Matrons Bridge club meet- HK with Mrt. Jca Cl. Tric.schman. Jnlijor O A.'s, : First Baptist church, meeting •! 1>. »'• Intermediate G. A.'s, Firsl Baptist crunch, meeting 4 p. m. Sunbeams; First Baptist church, meeting 3:30 p. ni. Miss Prance; T'jckcr comyluncnt- ing Miss Peggy McKcel \vllli luncheon Bl Hotel" Prabody. Memphis. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Ivjrs. W. J. \Vundcrlich having Wednesday Bridge club. R. A.'s, First Baptist chinch, meeting i p. m. Junior-Senior High School !'.T. A. executive board meeting 2:30 P. M., followed hy genera 1 meeting, 3 P. M. THURSDAY'S EVENTS IS. D. C. meclins; with Mrs. S P. Martin- and Mrs. W. M. Tny- loi at Alartin home, 2:30 P. M. Mrs, James H. Bell. Mrs. missel PMlltps and Mrs. Ross D. H«sh;s having bridge luncheon lor Mis: Peggy McKeel. Mrs O. W. McCutchen having Thursday Contract club. Mrs. W. L. Homer having Mid Week Bridge club. Business Women's circle, Mrs Baptist church, meeting 7 i>. in. Business Girls' circle, Fi Church of Nazarene, nicclin Thursday, 7 P. M., at church. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. B. A. Lynch having break fast for-Miss Peggy. McKeel. Democratic Women's study flu meeting at Hotel'Noble, 0:30 A.I\ Dorcas Sunday school class, Firs Baptist church, meeting with Mr T.'iII. Haynes at New Liberty, a:3 n. m. Elmwood Cemetery Assorialio meeting with Mrs. Eddie B. Davi 412 N. Ninth St. Jiiiilc Complimented. Mrs. J.'.T. Phillips mid Miss Lela Blvtlie entertained with n bridge parly Saturday, afternoon in compliment to Mrs. Gene Sykes, wlio \vns formerly Miss Helen Phillips, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Phillips. ' Roses and mock orgnngc t>los- *oins were attractively urrangcd in the three entertaining rooms cm<l C | ass on the sun porch :i!Kl the favorite liride's [lowers were noted in the valley lily tallies. Tlie centerpiece lor the Inble, tit which the bride was seated for refreshments, was a bouquet of valley lilies and the other tables had tiny pink rosebuds for centerpieces. . . -fi w 30 In the bridge 'games Miss Jane wcre i t .,i McAdsims won hosiery for the hieh Ecore prize, Miss Nancy Kirshner ^ob; won a set oi crystal ash trays for Z af tlie cut prize. The guest of honor was presented a bath box and another bride in the family, Mrs. Tom Phillips, was presented cologne. The wedding note was carried out in the refreshments of a salad plate served with heart shaped cakes. dccoratc'd witli Cupid arrows. Included in the 17 e nests were .Miss Mi!<ired Lou Hubtard. who attends Southwestern University al Memphis, and Miss Dorinne Coulter, who is a student at Miss Wylie's School of Business. orcli with the rainbow shades laklng a pretty background for ic dining room scheme. In Ihe card BH»»"S Mrs. Alien uddlctlon. of Brinklcy, Ark., won >e first prize, and Miss Frances ncker, of Washington, O. C., won cut award. Miss McKcel and ie two winners were pix'senlecl nest towels. Another out of to;vn tine.st was Irs. Kenneth I'imie;;. of Fayclle. ftss., who is vih!tin<; her mint, Irs. M. O. Usrcy. • • » 'win Sour Kuril. Twin sons were born Thursday 0 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Payne 1 Iht'lr home on the south high•ay. ' Eiich baby weighed nine xmnds. They have been named Jon and Jon. licfore her marriage Irs. Payne was Miss Uiulsc Gnntcr, lave ramily Dinner. Several occasions were celebrated Sunday when Mrs, T. I. Sc:ty en- crtaincd wllli a dinner In honor if Mr. Sray's mother, Mrs. W. H. ;eay of Holcojnb, - Mo., and her i)oll;er. Mrs. P. II. Culler, because t was Mother's Day. nnd fov the jirlhduys of Mr. Soay and Mrs. Seay's lather. Mr. Culler, whlth joth came this week, The luble was df-corntwt svith two birthday cakes and n bouquet of early summer flowers. Candles adorned both cakes. The only giiebt In the 12 present besides the family \yns Hill Hard- iiiK. .unclieim Given I'm- 1'i'Eiry MuKrcl. Mrs. Thad Nleol complimented Miss I'csgy McKeel, bride-elect of William Uuvslie, with a lunch- con Friday nt Ihc Hotel Noble. There were 1-1 yuesis. The Ion 1 .: dining table had two rcnlcrfffm of colorful snapdragons, iX'.scv; and slock, arranged In vr.scs. and the same pastel .shf.tlcii were used iti the place- cards of t'L'Hophaiio \vrapiscd mints, to which were licci the cards and sprigs of vnlley lilies. Miss Mc- Kcel's place vvns marked . with a ye of roses anil' sweet peas a miniature bride and bride- n decorated n gift. A fonr- comse menu wa.s served, IiH-iudcd in Ihe guests was Miss Frames Tucker of Washington, D. C. who is visiting her parents. Bits of News Moslly Personal Miss Mores 1'snhnond had :v-s her ftiicMs yesterday Miss Vein Copclena, Miss Gladys Clement and Itay I'nrncll, of Cotton Plant, Ark. Miss Emnifline 1'anc, of Jnck- son. Mis:,., was the Kiie.sl ol Mr. nnd Mrs. Jake Huffman yesterday. She formerly lived here. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Winston, of Memphis, came over Saturday to spend Mother's D,»y with Mrs Winston's grandparents, Mr, nnc' Mrs W. -I- Knux. Mr, Winston Mrs. Wlnstoi Tuesday ufler- hiis returned but will be here until Mr. and Mrs. C. !•'. 'Pucker, having come down lo be maid of honor in Ihc wedding. A picnic was [;iven for children of the Outpost Sunday School class of the First Presbyterian chinch Saturday afternoon, at Walker park. This school is held each Sunday afternoon at Ihe American Legion luil. The Rev. ICupha n. Beasley left [his morning for Clarksvllle Tenn.. to alieiui a convenllon o 1 The TOIUIOS.SW district of llv Nay.nrcno church. Siie will he ii charge of the evening services.! She plans to jcliirn here Salur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Parker spent yesterday at Tupelo, Miss., as guests of Mr. Parker's mother, Mrs. Emma Parker. Mr. amf Mrs. Lay Welch returned Saturday night from a month's molor irip to Phoenix, Ariz., points ot Oslitwnla and Mexico. While in Phoenix.. they visited relatives of Mr. Welch. Miss Martha Cha:n"n*rs, of Memphis, spent yc*unSs>- with her parents,.Mr. and Mrs.. H. L- Chambers. Miss Kalliryn Demon, of Memphis, was the guest of her family for . Mother's ' Day.' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trcadway .pent yesterday in Cockrum, Miss., as guests of Mr. Tread\vuy's mother. Mrs. Eunice Young and Miss Winnie Virgil Turner spent ycs- tcrdny with relatives In Ncwbcrn I'enn. Miss Turner, went over especially to be with her sister, Mrs 0, S. Gi isham, who broke hei ankle two weeks ago/ She. is rc- :overlng very 1 Well. 'Miss Vernice. Scolt has gone to Coldwalcr, Miss., to spend th' summer wllh relatives. Slie was accomiianied hy her mother, who has been with Mr. and Mrs. Ear ircatlway. Mr. aijd Mrs. ^Raymond Smill nd children... were in Memphi estbrday with the Smiths'. son nines', who was seriously injurcc i n .highway molor accident, neii Miss., several weeks' ago 11s condition Is greatly Improved mcl he will he iiule to come up K'ie for n visit In two weeks, H s iH'Ucved. Hoti .Smith, of Holland, u'ndcr- vcnt an operation for appendicitis Sunday nioining at the lilythc- Illf hospihil. Mrs. W. l'l. Seny. of llolcoinli, Mo., is the Kue.it of her son, T. [. hYay. aiul family. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. C. Ciniutkc and Mrs. (innske's brother, u. C. Mooring, had us their guests Sat urday nijiht. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith of Chicago, who were en- roule to Camcien, Ark., to spend Mother's Day wllh Mr. Smtth'b [nolher. Mr:;. Smith is Mr. Moor- huj's tlauBliter. Mrs, Henry l.unslord and baby o( Los AiiRclcs. Calif., have arrived for ;i visit with relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Lunsforcl. The; formerly resided here. Mr. and Mrs. Harry ICirby were In Paraiwiihi yesterday for Moth IT'S Day with relatives. Sum nnd Henry Bucx inolorei lo Memphis yesterday for Mr and Mrs. Hill Buck. Mr. Buck ho has breii a patienl at the t. Joie])h's hospital for two lonlhs from injuries received hen he was severely burned sev- ral months ago. is not able to e up mid will have to return to lemphls weekly for treatment. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Webb, of lernaiido, Miss., were Riiests of Ir. and Mrs. John Webb and nmlly for Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Eistncr Benll were icrc for the weekend as guests of \Ir. ami Mrs. P. E. Cooley. Mr. Deall teaches at Lonoke nnd Mrs. ieall is u member or the "Wilson school faculty. The Rev. and Mrs. \V. P. Cooley. of Joiner, were guesUs of Mr. and FLAPPER PANNY, By Sylvia -COfR. 1511 DYKHStnVICE.IW. T, M.RCC.V, 5. PAT.?fF, boys and games girls present by the Rev Stunit H., Salmon, Mrs. \V. A nobyns, Mrs. Koss Stevens, Mr.s U. Harrison, Mrs. Robert E Lee King, and Misses Louise Dobyns and Blllic Lcgactl. Are You "All Nerves"? Mrs, I. C. Rodman' ot 1002 U. Iwlcpcinlcnce St. Tuls.i, Okla., s.iiil: "For i; CAl-I) HKllUll n rmicli<: Mill lav, 1 w.ia licivnu " Bride-Elect Coniplimenteil. Another party for Miss Peggy McKeel, Avhose marriage to William Lawshe will take :place, next Monday, wat the bridije luncheon given Saturday by Mrs. C. W. Af- nick. 1 The 12 guests were served a three course menu at a green and while table -which was unittuc in iU d orations of an artificial bride, who had appropriate, wedding favor," underneath her skirt. Al each side v/as a green vase of while swccl peas and tlie'nlacr. cards were grcoi: and'white bouquets, fashioned similarly to the centerpiece. • Gladioli, sweet peas and iri-sr decorated the living room nnd sun itcs«'.'i vl 10 l't,l .ir: 10 .. . Dr. 1'krci-N F.ivorElc IVe- Jcri|iti.-n .is a Ionic ami it Mimutolcil in 31'1'flite sn<! Ill tills \vny lit-i[icil lu lillilil m up." llii) 1 of your rici^li^orhorxj »ltut:Kir-t New size, lablcu SO c«.,li(iniil$] (tSI..'5 ConsuU lit. Tierce's Clinic, Buffalo, N. y Mrs. p. E. Cooley and Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon yesterday. Mrs. J. L. Thompson of Memphis, was the guest of her sons, Hugh Nelson and J. L., nnd their families, for tlie week end. Mr. and'Mrs. Randolph Smith and children and Mrs. Goodwin's and children am! Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. M. G. Goodwin, went to pycr.sburg for the weekend, accompanying Mrs. Goodwin's mother, Mrs. A. B. Fowler, who wil remain there for a tonger stay will relatives. Marion Gray, of Memphis, spen yesterday with his parents, Mr. ant Mis. C. M. Gray. Mrs. Knox Webb and childrci have returned from Bono, • Ark where (hey visited Mrs. Webb' parents. Mr. Webb motored ove for them yesterday. Mr. land Mrs. B. A. Bugg iU lerday, having gone down (o erect n monument for Mrs. Moss at tlie cemetery there for licr son, the late L. G. Moss. Mrs. Estelle Cooke Vollmer and daughter, Ann, of Memphis, sprat the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. \V. J. VViinderlich. They were joined last night by Mrs. M. C. Cooke ot Driver ami Auto Same Age CANTON, N. Y. (UP)—An automobile as old as its driver has been registered by Waiter Briggs, 21, at the county motor vehicle bureau. Tile touring car with brass trim and a high dash board was' the slvle in 1910. Luxora, mother of Mrs. Vollmer and Mrs, Wumlcrlich. ] Miss Leorn Ncely and George Henry, of Mayfield. Ky., wcre guests f Mr. nnd Mrs. John Miles Miller or the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Waterman, f Memphis, are in the city lo- ay. Mr. and Mrs. 'Iliad Nicol had i Ilicir guests for Mother's Day. Mr.s. Nicol's parents. Judjie and is. G. W. Nicol, of Little Rix-k. Mr:;. J. D. Woodburn and (laugher. Mr.s. Carey Woociinirn t'hccney. nd Fred Smith .spent yesterday n Troy, Tenn., us tho guests of Mr.s. Wooilburn's brother, J. A. and other relatives. "Well, don't get toujjh nbont il. Throw my ball back just once more and I'll CO play in the park." rned last night- from a visit to Cincinnati, Detroit and points of 'anada. They drove home their cw LaSalle from Detroit. Mrs. Zal B. Harrison spent yes-- crday at Hector with her parents. Mrs. A. B. Holland and daugh- er, Margaret, were in Memphis Saturday. Bill Harrison, who has been liiilc ill, is now able to be up. Burl Joseph Miller, of Little Rock visitrd friends here over the weekend. He lived here a number of years ago. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hale had as their guesU; for tlie weekend. Mr. Steady Auto Output Sei j n CLEVELAND lUP)—E. J. Kuliis, resident oi the Otis Steel Co. and Midland Steel Precincts Co., ge steel suppliers for automotive purposes, believes that automobile in'cduction will continue at h levels through the s Presses, If you v;.int to'really GET RID OF GAS and terrible bloating, don't expect to do il by Just tJoctorl^a your etoniach • with harsh, Irrilatlng alkalies and "gas tabtcts." Most GAS \s lodycd (n the stomach and upper intestine nnd is due to old poisonous matter In the constipated bowels that aro loaded with lll-c.iustng bacteria. If your constipation Is of lonp stand- Ing, enormous quantities or dangerous bacteria accumulate. Then your digestion Is upset. GAS ollcn presses heart and lungs, making life miserable. You can't cat or sleep. Your head aches. Your back aches. Your complexion is sal tow and n Imply. Your breath Is foul. You are a sick, araiichy, wretched, unhappy person. YOUR SYSTEM IS POISONED. Thousand's of sufferers have found in Adlerika the quick, scientific way to rid their systems of harmful bacteria. Adlerika rids you of flas and cleans foul poisons out of BOTH upper arid tower bowels. Give your bowels a REAL cleansing with Adlerika. Get rid of GAS. Adlerika does not Qrlpe — la not habit forming. Klrby Bros, "Drug Co. Robinson Drug Co. Worried Wife: Husband grouchy? Maybe it's only indigestion. Cbango to Spry, Foods will be doubly delicious, so iligusiiblC. Cakes arc lighter, •hncr—pastry flakier. Fried £uods arc crisper, tastier ;md so easy to illgosl a cbilil can cat them. Got Spry, the new triplc-crcatncd ALL- veget abl e sho rlcn hig,loday,noiu.' .COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE .. I'lione 10G MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP GSHKSZaS*iS££3£SSS and Mrs. James Cecil Hale, of Ma riou. and Miss Edna Kate Hale Hot springs. Miss Elizabeth Crews, of Mem phis, spent tlie weekend with sister, Mrs. Baker Wilson, and fam- iy- Mrs. Ella Moss and John C. 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L HOSIMTALDAY Weil., 'Ahiy 12-.•:••' VISITORS WKl.i'uMK (^ ^ W ^-. 23 W Q ^, P I FAMOUS STORE'S FINAL F AT A SAYING OF ONE-THIRD Martha Maid and Yau RaaJlc GOWNS - PAJAMAS - NEGLIGES - SLIPS - PANTIES SAVE ONE-THIRD ON GOWNS - PAJAMAS.- NEGLIGES •SJ.!)5 Values §2.95 Vuliips -SS.H5 Values S-1.05 Values '$5.95 Values $1,88 $2:65 $3.19 $3.59 r $1.9.5 SLIPS S2.95 SLIPS oo $ i PANTIES 63c 75c PANTIES . . . . 55c 50c PANTIES . . . . 38c TS T c.\v Clcati MfU'cliaiuiisc JOK Ari'U'llJAUM / - FINAL SALE oi Van Jlaallc and h Lark\vood. $].' and $1.15 HOSE 55c

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