The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 12, 1937 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 12, 1937
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TWO, BLYTIIEVILLE '(ARK.)' COURIER NEWS . ' Social Calendar .THURSDAY'S EVENTS i Allar society, Ohurch o[ the immaculate Conception, having Bingo rnrty, 8pm Mrs Sluait Ji Salmon presenting vloltn and guitar pupils In recital at high school auditorium, 8 p in. \ U. D O meeting with Mrs S P. Martin', and Mrs W M Tro J loi at Mart in i home, 230 P M Mis. _James H Bell, Mrs Russell Phillips Rlidi Mrs Ross D fugues having bridge luncheon foi Miss Fea^s McKeel MIJS O. W McCutchen having Thui^day Contract club. ,.1 Mrs )C L Horncr Ijaving Midweek 'Sridge club Biismess Women's chcle rlrsl Baptist church, meeting. 1 p. in Business GUIs' circle, H Church of Nazarene, meeting Thursday, IP M, at church FRIDAY'S EVENTS Baccalaureate choir, practice, First-Baptist church, 8 p. in. Mrs B, A I.jnch having bioak- fast tor Miss Peggy McKccl Democratic Women's study club meeting ; n't'-Hotel Noble, 9:30 A.M. Do'rcas. Sunder scluiol class, First Baptist church, 'nieql,ing with Mrs. T li. Hajnes at Nfv\ Liberlj, 2 30 Stajcd'-meeting, O.--K. S., 7:30 P. M Fidelis : Sunday School'class, First Baptist church, meeting with Mrs Herman walpolp,-.7 p.m. Elriwood Ceracteiy Association meeting with Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr. 2 30 p ni on south hlghuav .SUNDAY'S EVENTS O. B. S. practice for visit of north) giand matron, 2 3d P M Baccalaureate choir practice First Baptist clmrc|i, 4'p m FLAPPER FANNY, ;"••- By Sylvia i—— COPS. tMIIVKltSCtVlU.IUC. T. M.«6.U.9.f*T.Otr.— , Bits of News Mostly Personal "WEDNESDAY, MAY 12,- .The. •'Tuesday Bridge club ha< its \veekly -luncheon anil lirldgi Kame-nt.the'home of Mrs. J..Nick Thorn 85, ' ! Iliej iunchcon lablo was unusually, attractive with its. centerpiece of pink rosebuds and valley lilies in a"crystal: bowl,, and .four pin! tapers, in matching crjslal holdci: mid the service was in gold china silver pnd crjsi il Pink loses used throughout the^ dining roon anrl there were bouquets of rc< roses in the living room " • * * Has Club Fnrly Mrs. : Joq : G. Tricsehinan vvn Hostess lo the Young Mntroi Bndge' club Tucsclav aUemoo \v h en 4he£ yr'izo, 1 ing ei le went Mrs ll Ma"\ B Held The lios(e.. , iiEert'icd 'Radiance roses -from hi garden to decorate hei IKu loom, 1 ; .' ', , t After Uic caul games .1 sala plate : ,vvas,served at tables dcco ate<l with -roses and ^cornflowers * » * Bingo I'arlj Fhnncd Mrs. Paul Greemvell' and Mr Joe £uet« will be hostesses the liuigo party tlic altar society of the,Church o£ the Immaculate Conception is Imvmg Thursday night; ; 8 o'clock, at the social hall. Son Born . T r I«|f|i A son has been born to Mir. and Mrs Bill Southard formerly of here, and now of Dinuba, qalif. The baby, who weighs ten pounds and 13 .ounces, has been named Haympnd William Southaid jr. "llcvl This ilpcsri't sotuul like rchtarsing for llie play." ' v ' ' •". ".Sure *vc are—I'm a loud crash ofl-stuEC and Chnek'^iii (lie ho>vlin?. mob, 1 * Clurc, Be I lie] Stewart, Baba Slevv- ,rt, Aileen Dallas, Uobby Mecks, 'osciihine Shlbley, Harris Hunt, \1arjorle Smith. Murjorie Stevens. ,niy Ruth Morris and Bonnis; Jean Buchnnan. Guitar students will be Ruth Vlead, Wade Lee, Charles Af- lick. Gerald Wheeler and Rudolph Ktmbort. k • • Dorcas Class (o Meet. Mrs. T. H. Haynes and Mrs. C. G. Hires .will entertain the Dorcus Sunday school class of the First Baptist cliurch with a party at the Hay lies' home Friday afternoon. Members arc to meet at the church nt 2 o'clock, where cars will be; provided : to take them lo New Liberty. medical course nt the Teachers 1 college in Cape Cllrardcau. The young couple will llnlsh the school term. The Rev. F. A. Wliiteley to Preach Here Tonight The nev. p. A. Whilclcy of ^ta- nlla. missionary for the Mississippi Conuty linptLsl churches, will pi'Cacli a missionary sermon at the Fivat Baptist chinch tonight, for the regular mid-week service. He Is filling the pulpit for llxe pastor, the Rev. Alfred Carpenter, who is attcndliHj the Southern Bap- list convenlion at: New Orleans. J. J, Field and (laughters,' Mrs J. I'. Holland niul Mrs, Charles Perry, arc in Memphis today will Mrs. Field, who underwent nil operation at the Methodist hospital.' J. P. Holland has gone lo.IIop' kins-vine. Ky., lor a brief stay with ix'lative.s. , ' Mrs. K. M. Terry and Mrs. Fred Warren were In Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mn>,. Renkerli Wcton- kamp are in Memphis tliis week as giic-sU of Mr. Wetcnkanip's mother. Mrs. J. A. TiLshncr and ilnugli- ler, Miirnarct, will return tonight from Mcmplil.s. wlici'o lliey spoilt I wo days, Mr. and Mrs, Everett B. (jcc ami Byron Morse are in Memphis today. Mrs. J. C. Webb, Mrs. Lucy Mc- Adnms and (humbler, Miss Jane, Miss Cii«lo Webb and Ucrt Slewart were In Jonesboro Sunday for the funeral of Miss McAdams' grandfather, J. C. McAdams, who died at St. Bernard's hospital Saturday night. He resided at Monctlc. Mrs. Jlarvcy Memphis today physician. She • Mr. Morris. Mrs. W. B. Norman, of Mayfield, Ky., will arrive today for'a visit with Mr. niul Mrs. J. A. Leech, coming csjwclally to be here for the wedding of Miss Peggy McKcel and William Law- slie, which will be solemnized Monday. : Mrs. I. li. Johnson is in Memphis tor several days visit with her sisters, Mrs. Ivan P. Wysc Sudbury P.-T, A". Offers Comedy and Operetta A comedy, "Thin and 40," in which members of the Sudbury Paron(|-Tcaeher Association and others will participate, and an operetta by students of 11. T. Scliucc'.s room, will entertain those who attend the show at the Sml- Ijury scliool Thursday night, beginning ill 1:30 o'clock. Mrs. Matt Monaghan Is the "fut 1 woman of the play with Charles Allen as the man in the story. Miss Joy Phillips, Jay Smith, Mrs. olios. Bright, Mrs. Addlson smith. I.Irs. T. J. names, Mrs. O. J. Rogers and Mrs. George Dlsinger arc also included in the cast. Because HIL fat woman is fat, she almost loses her man, but a milk diet turns tlic trick and (ill is well. Proceeds- Crom tlie play will be used for debts (ho Parent-Teacher Association has incurred this year in assisting the school. A HAPPY HOME BEGINS WITH Kroehler Furniture South American Indians bring down birds at a distanc of 200 feet with a blowgim. /_ __ . Hale io fry? Not any more, says Aunt Jenny. Lands, I knowull nbout how it Ti.vcrt lo be. ICUchcn full of smoke, smoke in your eyes, frying smell all IhvouKii the house. But now you can get Spry and it fries without smoking, Fooda arc crisp, -tasty, not a mite greasy and so tiigcstiblo a child can eat 'cm. You gel Spry—use It for all baking, too. Monis went tq to consult her was accompanied and Mrs. Robinson, and Junior .Naiarene Society JIas Mcctm? The junior missionary society of the First Church of llie Nazarene met Saturday afternoon at the church. WiJlard Evans led in prayer before the business session .-The 16 present practiced - on the Children's Day program, to be giyen June C. • * • Io lla\e IttciW Thursday Night, Mrs. Stuart H. Salmon will present, Hc.r pupils in violin and tar in a recital Thursdij night, a o'clock, at the high school auditorium. The program will be featured Wth a finale of IB violins and five guitars with Mts Salmon is nc- companist. She will accompany her 'pupils while Earl Sny- (ier will assist her. Pupils appearing with the violins will be Frances Shotise M-\ry Evc- 3yn cplernan, Jimmic Hudson. Billy Cross, Carmel clime, Joseph Mc- Pocahbhlas Givl Is Bride of Ray Limbaugh l^AYTI. Mn.—Announcement 1ms been.'niiulc of the marriage or Rny Limbaugli jr.{ sou of Dr. and Mrs. W.'R.'Llinbaitgli, and Miss BcrnicP King, dniigliter or Mr. and. Mrs. James F. King ot Poc.alionlas, Ark. Tlio ceremony was performed at Jonesboro, 111., Tuesday, April 21. Tiic couple's only attendants were Charles KiPiere and Miss Rose Mary Waters, clnssmalcs at South- usl ftiissourl State Teachers col- ege at Cape Girardcan. The bride was maid of honor lo liss Arkansas last year al the Arkansas Centennial celebration and •cpresented the slate at. the president's, inauguration in Washlng- .on, D. C.. last January. She is a jraduale of Pocahontas high schoo. and later attended Lindemvood an< Hendrix colleges. She is at present attending Southeast Mlssour State Teachers college at, Cape Gl- rardcau. Mr. Umbnngh, a graduate of the local high school, attended CentrS college at Payette, where lie was member ot Beta Sigma [rateriiitj and president of hU class duriii! his . Freshman and Sophomor years. He is now taking a prc Hayti Society — Personal amllies. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peni: lave returned from Grenada. Miss., where they spent Uic wcek- ind with Mr. 1'ctm's mother, Mrs O. C. I'cnn, Play at Promised Land The Woman's Missionary Societj of Promised Land will present t play, "Fun on the podiink Limited," at the school auditorium Fri day night, beginning at 7:45 o'clock The Hayll girls' basketball scpiad, heir coach, Miss Virginia Sanders, find Mrs. Vernice Brooks'returned Monday from Nashville, Tcnn. vhcrc they visited pcabody col- ,H:e Andrew Jackson Hcnni- lage, the War Memorial, the state capital, the sllc of President Polk's home, sulphur Springs, the original Maxwell House, Fish Onl-1 sity for negroes, the state prison, and the—Parthenon, which is an exact replica of Ihc Parthenon in Athens, Greece. Miss Wanda.Mills, an instructor in the grade school, spent the weck-cml In Ca)>e Glnudeau vis- ilini! her parents. Misses Hatlio. Ilerrell and Tlielma Alexander, - who are employed at, Sikcston, spent the week-end here visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Herrcll, mid Mr. and Mrs, Wilbur Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ncsmith and Ihc latter's sister, Miss Grace ntxK, were I ho guests at the Indies' parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. 1 Hose, at Charleston, Sunday.. j. licsldcs casing functionit pains of menstruation, Car- ilui aids in building up Iho wltolc system by helping women logclmoro strength fron\ thpir food. 'llie following Dentists' oificcs w be closed each Thursday afternoo; Dr. Fred Child, Dr. H. A. Taylor, Dr. Dr. W. F. Brewer, L. H. Moore ". .MILEAGE IS A WONDERFUL ITEM "The juilcapo is a wonderful iloru in aving, ns I Have iivcrnj-rii 3.'1 mill's to a . of.gns," says Mr. G.ivcus. ' t- i'lin comfort itfTordcd my wife nntl inc. in driving on nnr ton^lnps nnilllic rititni* iucss of llie vac nre iiulccil ^vixuK-rfiil fraiMr<\*." ... Ask na l<i fshmv you lnm-. you cniv sure up to S270 llie firsl vonr' . of ^ r ill)-s ownership. Dark Bay Mule got out my bain-lot last night in Pride Addition. It is a hoisp in,ulc, slick hair good condition, \\eighs IjcUeen 1100 and 1200 Ibs. Has a small crop lop right ear. Please no£ify£ me- or the office of), Superior Coal Com- pajiy or phone my icsi- dence 372, ov coal office 700, and' receive liberal REWARD ;A. F. DIETRICH .MILES JO A GALLON;.*.<.<?-" •"* COMPLETE • BBH BEAUTY SERVICE Phone IOC MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP i KROEHLER ;verythhi£ For Voui- Kuteriaiii- inenl and Comfort M Us(, It's On the Screen! "The Prince and the Pauper" ilh Krrol l-'lynn, Claudt, Rains, Henry Slcphcnson J\!cLiinc ;irid Uic i\liuicli Twins I'hn licsl-Iovcil slory of America's author. *HIark Twain's ihinortal story of three p.ils boy-king, ;i boy-beggar :i 11 ( | dcvil-inay-rarc solilii-r wlio nlliazc'il llie \vorlit Mllii Ihc l>ravcsl Cecils Jiat ever saveil a nation. Also raramoiinl News, 1'icioihU ami Coiucily — Ailinission — Matinee— 10 & Night— in & CONSTRUCTION 1 — Sck'iililk'tilly constructed lumlwooil frames. 2 — Non-collapsible, spring'-lillcd s e U t cushions. 3 — Only clean, sanitary fillings a r c used. . ;•;.>! 1 — Finest qualify of craftsmanship al every point. 5 — Non-sHigjfinjf w c b - s e a I wulcr- construclion. Furnish youi home for real living enjoyment. Choose Kroehlev furni- AS shown ture. Children can bounce on it ... ,play on it. . . but they can't break it down. Year after year it keeps its shape and its beauty, thanks to the famous 5-star: construction. Stop V by and look at this furniture today. Genuine Kroehler Built Suits Priced $59.00 Up Z Ailulls Adiulflrtl for 1'iirc of 1 •i Children Adimllcd fcr 1'rlcc of 1 YOUR NEW THRILLER! A blast of action, drama and mad love, .that will give you a grand hour of ] entertainment! i m**' ~^&* TUESDAY, MAY IS— S2.5:0ll HANK NIGHT! (Less Stale Tax) Sir. K. I,. Logging of lliis city woi Ulo S17S liiink Niglit a«-anl last! nighl. He was rcgislcrcil at the nialincc ycsltrilay. Sir. Logging! - —COMING "Cafe "Woman 1 Love" "ltdmco anil .luliet" "Dpclor Bull" "They Gave Him "Way Out West • Admission—Always 10 Jt 2Gc Slalinccs Friday, Saturday, Sunday Slinw Every Night. - Friday and Siiuilay Matinees start' al 2:13. Saturday Malincc at 1:15 BOX SPRING TO firlATGH .TUW1H Willys Jurpme.Parly winl Xay Kfl«r iivtaf '[veningi al » I.J.T. Visit our balding department and sec this "different" ' Mattrcss'5 v Thc^ Famous _ PERFECT SLEEPER lias no . tufts to catch dirt and lint. It's smooth. No hills or '•valleys or sagging'edges with SLEEPER'S patented .inner-spring that -will not rub or become noisy, Ito beautiful imported damask tick will win you instantly.' Home Furnishings Moderately Priced

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