The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 9, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 9, 1937
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVFLLg <A*K.) COIWIBR NEWS TUESDAY, NOVEMUEK .0, 1937 Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENT? Ju.lilor-Sfnipr p. T. A. meets in Junior; high school auditorium. 3 o'clock. Executive board meeting in principal's oflice nt 2:30 o'clock. U. D. c.- meets 2:30 o'clock al home of Mrs. S. P. Maiiiii, GOO West Main. Ladies Bible Study of Church of Christ meets will) Mis. Harry Sansom at 308 East pavis, 2:30 o'clock. , Mrs. Henry Humphrey hosUf>> at bridge luncheon in honor of Miss .Margaret Keck. TilPRSDAif'S EVENTS Thursday Luncheon club meets ~wltli Mrs. Ross D. Hughes. Thursday Afternoon club meets with Mrs. Max Woolen. Business Women's Circle. First Baptist .Church, m«ts with Mrs: J. O. Barnes, 1921 West Ash, 6:30 I 3 . M. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Elmwood Cemetery Association meets with Mrs. T. I. Sc.\v on Highway '18, at 2:30 o'clock. Stgtcd meeting of O. E. S. at hall at 1;3Q fctoik for pot luck supper. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia i- -.06v ».fA sis/icr. t\c. r. w. REC. u. s. MT. srr. — , , , ^ v. a. c. win Meet Tomorrow j The United Daughters of th») Confederacy will meet tomorrow' afternoon at Ihe'home of Mrs. S. P. Martin at 803 West Main street, MUs Winnie Virgil' Turner will be co-hostess, Tho program will be on tlie niUEic nmi literature of Arkansas. Mrs. J. D. Barksdale will Imvc charge. The meeting lime tills week has been changed to Wednesday instead of Thursday because of the Armistice Day celebration. 4 * c Mis: Mamie Jtan Sisk Surprfecil With Sho«cr -.- '.Fifteen members of Ihe Ejnvorlli • League of tlic Lake Street Methodist church surprised Miss Mamie Jca'n Sisk last night with a shower in honor of her sixteenth birthday. Tlie party was at the home of Mrs. Ltllie Sisk. A birthday, cake was the centerpiece of the dining room table and later was served with cocs- coln for refreshments. Games were played. » * * Haptisl Girls' Auxiliaiy Meets The Girls' Auxiliary of the First Baptist church met at tlie church yesterday afternoon. The program opened •y.-jth group . finging,'"followed' by * a 'prayer' by Vivian Vickcrs. The devotional was led _ by Betsy Buchanan. After''ari- othe'r song the routine • business matters were disposed of. Mre. Walter Bishop then gave n talk on | reverence. The meeting was dismissed with n song. * * * Chapter "P", r, E. 0. To Entertain B. I. I/. Tlje members of Chapter "D" of P. E. O. will entertain their hus- ,bands, members of p. I. L.,'tomorrow night at dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Couway. Tlie dinner is an annual affair given by the women. * • « Day of Traycr Observed by W. M. S. Instead of the usual week o£ prayer, the Woman's Missionary f Society of the First Methodist church met yestcray in thrcs sss- Eicns of prayer, closing with ths meeting at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. B. A. Lynch was chairman for the afternoon meeting JvSrs. M. O. Usrcy and Mrs. W A. Stfckmon gave talks pertaining to foreign missionaries. v. Mrs. O. N. Hawkins and Mrs. Fred Hanna gave a playlet, "Wooden Soldiers." " * a » To Have Supper The chapter of the Order ot the Eastern Star will have a potluck supper tomorrow night at 6:30 o'clock before its regular meeting •' The supper will ba held in the hall. * t 5 Daughter Horn A six pound daughter who has • been named Peggy Ann, was born to I Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. ONcal Sunday afternoon at tlie Methodist hospital In Memphis. Mrs. O'Neal was formerly Miss Poll>anna Buck. « -4 * Daughter Born. Tlie daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yarbro Saturday af- Urnoon at the family home. 309 North .First street, has been named Palsy Ann. v The baby weighs seven and a half pounds. * it* Fresbyltrian Circles Steel. Circles of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church met yesterday when the topic, "Christ Our Joy." was used for devotional study. The three afternoon circles had the 'same program, a round table discussion of the ministers' annuity fund. Circle 1 met at the home ol Mrs. W. D. Chamblin with 12 members-and two visitors, Mrs. C. R. Babcock and Mrs. J. A. Kartell, present. Mrs. O. B. Spradtey Jiid charge of the devotional and Mrs. Fred Sandefur led the discussion. Jifrs. Carroll Blakcmore was hostess, to Circle 2. Mrs. Ray Worthington conducUd the devotional nnd. Mrs. Charles Bright led the discussion There were 11 present. • Mrs. W. R. Salman was co-hos- "U« to. Circle 3 when 'It met at thc'hoir.s of Mrs B. R. Allen jcs- terdajv The etghi present, tnclud- Bits of News Mostly: P "I don't sec any n« sending (or Ilic sample r:\iut l)l;iik>. Quid;, I but lioir-<'rin»'cr ;J hiir trial." ul a Rucsl, Mrs. W. B. Nally, Mrs.j (o school Sunday afternoon by Mrs. Allen had the devotional nnd Mrs.j Ely Driver. Roy Walton led the program dis-; W. K. Johnson, who has spent tin cushion, ' | p^t s ix weeks hers as the guest ol Circle •) DM I at tl)e hnmc of his daughter, Mr. W. W. Prewltt Mrs. Alice Womnck last night with 18 members nnd two guests. Mrs. O. B. Spradlcy and Mrs. Hives Allen, present. Mrs. Margaret Gray Crowdcr had charge of the ilevo- lional in which ail Ihe members tcpk part. Mrs. Spractley led another devotional. Ail cf the circles planmd parties to tie given at their meetings In December. Society Osccola Personal •-,~ \ Trarljcs Mission Class led tmlny fcr Miami, Flu., where lie will spend the winter.. Barbara Bunks visited her brpth- er, David Jinnks nnd Mrs. Banks, in Jackson, Tenn., .Sunday. Miss Ctilheriiie Hughey, secretary for Congressman W- J. Driver, left yesterday for Washington, maktn? ihe trip in her car. Miss Jlnghcy is the nlccs of Mrs. W. E. Hunt nn<l has been here with Mr. Driver since congress adjourned. Mr. and Mrs. O, Hnrtsill Dalits had as their guesls for the v.-eck snd Mr. nnd Mrs. L. \V. Fucss and daughters. Kitty Lou and Marguerite, of Stiittgarl. Their son, Bill Banks, was alsr. home from Arkan- auo atato College. Jonesboro, Mrs. Mary Bailey Hail of Merigold. Miss., representative of the Ruth Bryan Owen Lecture Tours, Jack and Jim Roberts, K. Parish OMil J. N|:k Tlionuis jr., all of Memphis, spetil Friday night and Sfiliirdav v.-it!t Mr. Thomas' pur- -nts, Mr. airJ Mrs, J. Nick The inns. Mr, iincl Mrs. II. it. Porter nntl ;-on nnd daughter of i *Jii|lsboro, Tex., arrived last iilijht to be Hie jlifisU of Mrs. Porter's brother, J. A. Leech, iiiul Mrs. Uecli. Mrs. fJewey Font of Pass Christian, Mils., came Sunday to visit Mr. l'or.1, who Is worHIng here. Mr. and Mrs. Moyd Ropp and Slighter. D.mila Sue. returned to hel) 1 Jinine in Blcomlngton ill 'unday, alter visiting Mrs. llopp's Mrails, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Oaks. Miss Molly fisher, who lias tee'i Id; from Infliicii/n at her dome, 'j abl£ to be out. Mre. Wyatt Henley rcliirncd last light from Little Rock where she visit:;! licr daughter, Mrs. Ashley ;i!i(!dick, Mr. HadiMel; and their daughter. Hazel Janice, for a week. Luther VVlllinms. Mies Margaret Wcrlf nnd Oral) Flowers, nil of St. Louis came Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Garland Morgan. They returned Sunday accompanied by Mrs. 'Williams, ui)d,.her daughter, Judith who had been visiting Mrs. Williams' sister, Mis. Morgan nnd oilier -relatives for two weeks. C. O. Smith jr.. went to Mom- phis to:lny for Mrs. Smith., who underwent an opcuilinn in a hospital there lust week. S'r.c Is greatly improved. Mrs. George Mnir lias been sick luce Sunday from tonsiljtjs. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clnirlcs Klrk- ol Charleston. Mo,, and rZirirl was the r., IC5t of Mrs. Jolm Ertrin?- Oeoigc H. Deer Is Ihe te.iuh- ton for ttie wMfc pnrf nnrt nii^a-a cr for the mission study class being held each afternoon this wee-k in the home of Mrs. E. A. Teaford. Fifteen members of the Baptist W. M. U. were present fcr the first session yesterday afternoon. The text, "Seedtime nnd Harvest", by Miss Mary Alexander, pioneer missionary to China, is a history of Southern Baptist Mission work In South Chilli; for the jiast one hundred years. Examinations and awards will be given Fridny. Methodist W. Mi K. • Has All Day Meeting Thirty members of the Methodist Missionary Society met for nn all day program and luncheon meeting tit the church yesterday. The day's study nnd program arranged by Mrs. Harry Jones nnd Mrs. Mary Spann was on Home ajid Foreign .\iiE-sions. Vc:a! solos. "Spirit ot God", and "I've Done My Work', were sung by Mi's. John Edringtor) and Mrs. G. Havtslll Daius. During the luncheon hour a playlet pre senting the work o[ tlie annuity fund for retired missiotiaric.s and deaconesses was jjiven by Sue Gwyn. Kitty Wages, and Lurline Wilson. Approximately fittcen dollars -vas given to this fund hy those present. * 4 ' a Woman's Council Sleds Mrs. J. C. Scurlock was the devotional leader at the senior circle of Uo Woman's c-;uncil of the Christian church in the home of Mrs. Hugh Craig yesterday afternoon. The business session was taken up u-ilh pluns for the civic club luncheon to be given on Thiirs- i day when a projram in keeping I with Armistice Day will be given j Mrs. R. M. Fletcher was hostc-is | to the junior circle of the Council j in her home en Hale avenue. "The - Clivislian Minister" was the subject of the program on which Mrs. W. E. Johnson and Mrs. C. B. Young had a part, plans were made for a social meeting on November Mlh in the horn? of Mrs. welby Young in the Term of a supper meeting. Mr. ana Mrs. Georae Johnson Mr. and Mrs. w. B. Johnson an< .Mr. and Mrs. Doris Hungate. all o! Bcnton. 111., are expected Thursday „ „, *.,.., u , w L,%(/i_i;i(.'vj ^ llufSflrtJ ijlto be the week end guests of their sister. Mrs. w. B. Flnnnigan. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hunt of Memphis were week end guests of their brother. W. E. Hum and Mrs. Hunt. Jimmle Bannister was carried to the Methodist 'nospuai Saturday for an operation following an attack of appendicitis at his home here Friday. Mary Alice Stephens and Fr.-mces Conn-ay returned to Conway Sunday after several days here with their parents. They are students in Arkansas State Teachers college. . and were permitted to come home while the faculty attended the srs-! sions of Ihe Arkansas Education' Association in Little Rock. : Donna ?Ue and vundsey Driver : wl.ip are b-ludenls in Her.drix cot- : lege also \vere Jiomc for ihe same', ,, period. They were accompanied back ft ton for the week end and attended the lecture of Mrs. Oiren nt ca- rutliersville Saturday night. Before her marrinse. Mrs. Hall was ti teacher In (he Osceola schcols, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Lynch and Bob Green were Memphis vlsitor yestCrdoy. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young spent Sunday In Jone.sboro ns Ihe guests of their son. Joe Clny Young and Mrs. Voimg. Mrs. R. o. 'Mlllei- an;l grandson. G. W. lilvnlto. <:f Memphis w'erc guests of her sister. Mrs. Gilbert Mastin and family Sunday. Afrs. Hugh Craig. Mrs. Susie Kei- cr. Mrs. Mnsfiie Bnrbiers. Mrs. c. A. Davis and Mrs. c. M. Harwell will attend the D A. R. luncheon at the Hotel Noble in ulythcvillc Thursday. Beautiful Dinner Blouse W- '''Wtif* ! ' - \& } jh rv'/^mkK "?:'.'l Demonstration Club News Notes Mrs. M. \y. Lewis was elected piesident of the Dell Home Dem- cnsfnitlon club when It met Fi'i- day at the home of Mrs. Clyde Ciilliland. Mrs. E. M. Woo.lard was elected vice president and Mrs. II. A. Grecnway was mado- secretary - Plans were made for a ruminate talc to IMS held soon. Number Nine Infant Dies Fiances Moric fihodes, infant daughter of Ml 1 , and Mrs. O. D. Rhodes, died Sunday night at the ; home of her grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. fl. N. Rhodes, al Number Nine. Her death was -canted l)y malaria. Fimernl services were held Monday afternoon at the Number Nine cemetery with the iiev. ilcr.sliel Freeman officiating. She is survived by her parents, one brother and a sister, i Mess Funeral service was in I charge of the funeral ui'rajigc- tnunts. Thirsty" Is the. meaning of the name Siberia. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. Help Wantc:i Maid for general housework. Must have references. See Mrs. A. G. Shil'lty. 31S E. Kentucky. S-ck-if fat Kent Rccnis with jneals. Near list)). Mrs. D. F. Lonin, 100 Kentucky. 0-pk-lC WANTED While woman to do housework for couple. 2 children in country. Goad Call 2H. 9-ek-I6 Meeten itwitkDomino Refined in US.A, for Mr. and Liberty. ,, Mis. Pascal. Parker Mo., are" spending' to- . - Chniteton. Mo., is spending today with Mr. and Mrs, A. Comvay. Mrs. J Nick Tnonuis and Mrs. Louise Chapman returned this morning from Memphis w|HVQ they had been since Sunday visit- lib. "1 pples, BL >'^^jSBggiTOMMSBffi^BR • - '\ |U i j B Gckt mesh thread hand knit alona Mandarin, lines aim a suniptuoi!3 \\ 08211163 iSCSHS appearance to the lovely dinnir bloiisa, designed pr-riicularly to set! oil a slender \valst':liie. Note the narrow, plain collar and the buttons down the front. The House L-, worn with a black skiit and veiled Jiat. Highest Prices Paid WOLF ARIAN 128 E. Main 1'hone nti ing Dr. and Mrs. Louis Leroy. Mrs. Fred Alexander of Lcacli- ville. nnd Mrs. J. G. Barnes .turned home last nl 8 r ;t f,- 0 ») I Memphis where'ley spent the ' end. Gwendolyn Fisher; wl' at Methodist hospital, spent the week end here with her brothers and Zal B. Harrison, ivbo Is Memphis undergoing an examinn- ticn al a clinic, will return home Cday or tomorrow. Miss Jemme aiid Bill.v Hnrrison, v.'lio are nt- len^iiig Hendiix College at con- wny. spent lha week end in Memphis ivltli friends nnd virited with their father 'and Mrs. Hnrrison, •who is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sum Coslon. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Witt of Halls. Tenn., were week cm! guests of ttiuir daughter. Mrs. S. K. Garret! and Mr. Garrett. ,'• The Rev. and Mrs. H. Lvnn Wade | returnsd yesterday from fort Smith. I where they attended the North Ar- 1 knusas conference of the Southern ' Methodist church. Tltey left h2rc Die early p:irt cf last week and went to Fiiyettcville, where they .visited their son lor a few days. They were accompanied there by a ! daughter, Mrs. James Thomas, who i went to Jonesboro from Payettc- j villc. As the Rev. Mr. and" Mrs. I Wade rcturnetl, they came by > FluminervUlc for iiirs. H;>n Hanna, ] who had been visiting her mother, i and brought her hems. ' A few drops firing comforting relief. Clears clogging mucus, reduces swollen membranes—helps keep sinuses open. *» COLDS VlCKS VA-TRO-NOL Kvcryljiinjf for your cnler- luinmcnt and comfort. TONiGHT ri^:^ WHAT i o\ K is vi.i. MIOIT: I'^IJEE INSTRUCTIONS I" Latest Styles Knitting "BEIINAT" KNITTING YARNS Mrs.. Leslie Hooper 1103 Chickasawba Phone 702 Advance Showing ; of b ; SPRING STYLES ! J. -i. \ !T Tor yoitr hushantl you c;irc AIM! Iiiin you want. In l)o!cl. J-eml him to St;iibuiy'!» I'hiyhousr-, His only lUtr^ction isill lie to bowl. SUDBURY'S PLAYHOUSE Sudbmy Harold Sudlniry Scout News Boys -—— Gifls Eoy Scout Troop S3 met last tiight at the Christian Church Iiall for its regular meeting. The cptil-' patrol liad charge of thr aj^crain with Hunter Elms jr. ictine as leader. The pr.trcl gave a short skit ind Willinin- Gucrtn sliowcd lilt xllrction of match loklrrs. Bill ChajnWtn gave a reading, "L/jcii- -d," and Bill Morse, the Irony 'Miglcr. clcscd the program by giv- 111™ a demonstration cf calls. E.,F. Belt Is Elected Photographers' Hear? §6.50 E. F. Belt wns clp,-tM prciitlcul ] Df the Southcasi Missouri pholog- j raphers' asscciation al a incctinj ' yesterday in Cape Glrnrdcaii. MIT'. Belt was rc-clccted treasurer. The meeting was he'd for thj purpose oT electing officers and other.; •,vho were elected arc G. A. Kits? .'II ot Cape Girirdcau, vice president and J. J. Gallian of Caruthersville, secretary. Tlie next meeting of the associ.v j '.ton will be in Carutliersville next September. Read Conner News Want Ada S ave by Having hoi's Repaired tit mith Shoe Shop 115 So. 2nd Drs. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Ovfr Joe Isaacs' Store "WE MAKE 'KM SEE" .•••'•; Phone .MO „- „ We are preparing for the most drastic sale that Blythe- •yillc has witnessed in 25 years. We are marking every item of merchandise in our stock down to new low price levels. SALE WILL OPEN THURSDAY AT 9 A. M. Read our opening- announcement in Wednesday's issue of the Courier News for astounding bargains. 86. Hose to Havmoiu/e a\ A / FLOV» A.. WlH BIT IE S i * ^ ; ar M o IE aB . ' Salesladies Wanted! We will need 15 extra salespeople for our drastic sale opening- Thursday. Must be experienced. Apply tonight at 7:30 at the store. ""Tgrnmrrm 103 EAST MAIN OLIViA, |)e HAVOlMD SreatGarrict , iibrnrvnni;vraFT fik^y HonTori, MELVILLE V^-S-^? CO OI'Kll • LIONEL ^?\jf ] A1WILI, • A VAHNtlt JlKOS. 1'lCTl'RK . IVr- ""KE'BVVKUROV J , Ibt Sirrta L j l>ml Viji j . A J»te« V Ltlt rrulnrt^a Also sclcel cA sh orf s. Admission Matinee lOc A '^6<: Admission Night IGc A; ItGc Weds. - Thurs. YOU'LL GO BANJO-EYED^ WITH JOY! TONY MARTIN ROLAND YOUNG JUNE LANG LOUISE HOVICK VIRGINIA HELD MAH DIWEKART RAYMOND SCOITOiii,!,! Also I'nni J'aramoinil N CWSl Ji ar ,-h nf anil Sclecltd Short, "Amcri- ran I.cgion Parade in New Vork City." Admission Matinee I0c & 2(ic Admission Night ig c .j. 3^,. OXY Admission. Always lo c & HBc low every night. Matinees Friday, Saturday & Sunday Only. JTitlay ,t Sunday Matinees start ^lo p.m. Saturday Continuous showing from 1 i n I1: 30 p.m shows sf.-irl 7:00 p.m. Tue.-Wed.-Thur, PAL NIGHTS! 2 :»lulls ndmillert for ilic price of one. Also si'lcclctl shorts.

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