The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 17, 1937 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHKVtLLE (ARK.,) OOURIEU NEWS Cut Alimony? WEDNESDAY, NOVliMBKK' 17, J<!37 Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Bingo party at Catholic Hall 8 o'?iock, sponsored by Altar society. Jewish Ladles' Aid will meet at 8 ; o'clock at the home of Mrs. Na- Ihau Weinbcrg, of Osceola. Business Women's Circle of First Methodist ehurch luesls* 8 o'clock Chill snppQ'r at Lake Street Melii- odtef, Church 7 - o'clock sponsored bi , Woman s Missionary .Society. tin, J T Phillips to lie hosU'SS to ifThnrsday Contract Club. Boy Scout Troop 31 lo meet :it Tirst Presbyterian; qfcurch at 1:30 O'clock; gxecutivp board, meeting of .Ar- m'erel P.- T. A. two o'clock ai school; regular nicctins - 2:30 o'clock; frfidwcek. club meets \\ith Mrs. Harry W, Haines. Thursday Luncheon club meets with Mrs, R. F. Klrshner. FRIDAY'S EVENTS JJrs. O. w; McCutchcn and Mrs. Edgar Borunv.-cntertaining with a desa-rt bridge at the'. McCutcheh lionie for Miss Margaret keck, a bride elect. .- - i J&sic department of Woman's J Club meets, 3 o'clock at building, i '. SATURDAY'S' EVKNTV Chapter ' N" of,' P. E. O. to have I 1 o clo-k- luncheon at - lioiuc of', Mrs., Elton \Y. Kirby./ Ycjpig Millions Chifc Entertained; , Pern guests,- Mrs. G. A. Cunningham, Mrs. W. D. Wood, Mrs. I llarj'ey White and Mrs; Meyer Grab« nere present, ivl;en the Young Mntroris. club met nt tlia lionte of Mrs.- W. C. Hlgglnson TesUrday. afternoon. Mi's. Cunningham won the (jucst liriav handkerchiefs, and Mrs. Je$Je Taylor won the club' prize. a dbuble deck of cards, -4JTfer the games Mrs. Higglnson .served a saiari pln(e. ' • "& • • * *• " ThShrtay lurtcn'eofi Club • Umjaijcs Meeting Place T?rfe Thursday ' Ldheheon chib U'ilj?'rneel tomorrow with Mrs. R. F. C-Klrslmer on the Ynrteo road, instead of. with' rfi's/J. A. keech as' J was announced; ••" ' * i , Son Born A five pound son \vas born to Mrl.. and .Mrs. Homer Forrest Monday- rrioffiing. • He lias b'een named Homer jr. Mrs. Forrest was * 1 - •' " " : --- - Bits of News Mostly Personal -Miss Frances Miss Edris'..>WS. Davis. : Marries Barney Oozart .. jflss Ectha MSe DaSNs; daughter of^Mr./ana--Mrs. F. M- -Dnvls". 'i>e- canfejllie bridfr'of Barney GoKii't; £on''of-Mi\ and Mrs.- H. T. Coz.m Gr'PAragould,' Friday motnin'g. The ceremony was performed, by Justice- Tj L. Ga'SEldy his office. Clyde' Davis" was their only nt- tenSant, Mre. Cozart moved here, from Bm;dett£ iti .February ,£\nd has heen' nttehaing school in Blytheville since'then. tilr. Cozart was graduated from the Parngould high school in 1932 and'' is no\v" fanning hear Paragould. «her'c they \rtll make their liotfie. -.'-, •'' • '. * ' '« « Trf-Havc Bingo Sffs. '_ Walter COx jr., and ifrs. Karl Green will be hostesses' at a bingo party,'tomorrow" iifgh't n't 8 o'clock at the catholic social hall. „'. : 7 '.'"*•*_ 'Laiige P. r. A. H& IPrOgrain. The' Lan'g'c Parenf r feachcr Asso- ciatfpn meeflrig. ycsferdfly aftenioon aVjifie* s6hobj opened wifh the groilp singing "America the Beautiful"! MBs Blizabeth Habtfia'ds first-grade' class gave a dembiistfation on aiding folloiveo by a talk by'Dick Potter on "Safety for the School Child'. A trio composed of Mrs. Russell 'Fair/Mrs: George M. Lee and Mrs, Paul L. Tioton sang "Pale Moon" and By the. Waters of Minnetonkn'. Dr" L, II Moore spoke on the care ofvthe teeth of the school child. EUzabelh Ann Simpson read a Thanksgiving poem. Mrs. Herman Rufter read the president's message. After at short business seslon. the hostess. Mrs. W. L. HOTner, served tea and cookies. Daaghlcr Born rf_ daughter/ who weighs eight jxrtinds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gwyn late yesterday afternoon at the BlyUieviUe hospital. « « * li-'tediy Club lleets. J^s C R". Babccck. was hoste;>5 to the Tuesday club yesterday a! her home With, Mrs. Rodney Banister as a visitor. A t»o course lunch tras served at-.the dining table which was decorated with a bouquet of gar- den^floucrs Mrs. Hunter C. Sinis had high .•score and Mrs. Harry Kirby, scc- ond : high. rrogram Mceiirig TJie Woman's Auxiliary of the Firrt Presbyterian .Church, met Monday afternoon at the church for a program meeting. Mrs. Ross Stevens was leader of a program on the progress of Christianity through tlic centuries. She was assisted, by Mrs. G W ' Dlllahuutv, Mfj. D C McU>an, Mrs Hoy Wal- loft fliid Afi{. u R ^ftiJc,, Members Of tiliclc 4, th6 bubuie^ Tern's circle, served refreshments la1)» 41 present. Plans were maeSc tix i. spttial Chrisliiiii's iJiogrnm meeting to be given {n December. Osceola Society — Personal Mcthoillsl So6tely Studies Missions Mrs. b. W. Wallers was the leader 01 the regular mission study class IliB Methodist church Monday afternoon on the subject, "Christian Missions Promote World Sevrfni diopters in Dr. Henrv Links' new book, "The Return (o Religion", ivcrfc rcviewKl by Mrs., O. HnrLsill Bunks, circle J5,wU!.nicct with. Mis. J. ly. Olnscoe 'next ^ Monday and Circle A wilh Mrs. John i' as ii perfect ijicrly of Osccola but now living in Hntosvillc, sprnt the week end hurt' with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Pleas Huckitby. ; Albprl. Butler of Rlplc.y. Tenn.. and his son. Gone Duller of New Orleans were gucsls of Mrs. W. L. Moore Siliirdify nnd Sunday. Mrs. J. y. Jones, who has been <!Ul(e III at hKr home here lor th? | nitsl len days is slightly Improved j today. ! Mrs. c. B. Ymnif. accompanied | by her mother. Mrs. C. S. Stevens j vllle, went to Rulevflie. Miss.. Mon' day for. Ihe wedding of Miss Nei: to p. L. Valentine In that city. P. M: gangster Is 111 at his hoinf on Lee street. r C. E. Sullc-ngor spent the laltsi p-irl of the week in Knoxvir; tcnii.. with his son, charlts, who is a student in tlic University o 1 Tennessee (here. He also ntteiiclo-, the Van^srbllt-Tenhcssce fqqtbal*. ginpo Saturrtay. ';''••" ' . . i R. K. p. Hale Hostels MftS;Diok Oi'nmei- ivns (lie le.-irfei- of the p'nwmm on Home Miwions at the Prcsbyterinn auxiliary meeting Monriny In Hie home of Mrx, P. B. Hnle on Broadway. Mrs. Bob Cromer and Mrs. c. B. Driver also had a part on the program. Devotional', was conducted by Mrs. George Bdriiigfon. Tlic auxiliary will hold n Thanksgiving Bute Sale nt Silcr Drug company on Wednesday. November 24. Episcopal Gnild Meets Mrs. C. A. Davis was hostess to the members of Ihe Calvary Episcopal. Olilid In her home Monday when Mrs. J. L. Driver was the lesson leader. Jrli,'! circles Meet Mrs. D, M. Moore was hostc.ss to Eixt:cn members of circle one In her home Monday afternoon, "Unue —an Anchor of the Saul" was the subject r ; f the' devotional clvch by Mrs. J. T. n'lioiids. Steele-Cooter Holland Society — Personal Mi'). J. T. BlUi'ip is critically ill it her home, nl 20*8 West Kcn- ..iicky avenue, follmvliifj a .stroke cf iianilysis yrftcrdny. Mrs. Vena Henley, formerly of here and no«' of $1. Louis, Is quite ill at the Barnes hospital there, whore sh c was taken Saturday ••I. Jrxnnilnnfions have revea'lM tlirct she 1ms an Injury to her spine, believed (o have been causeu by ah automobile accident which she had during the past siunmci after visiting .here. Kr. i, ti. Johnsoii returned this morning from Memphis after spending a day and night there. CiKUles L-ic-b', ot Memphis, is hci-ii (in buslntss loday, Mr. rnui ^frs. A. UiMiop have mrvcd la the house on the Bai- ficld road owiud by Oscar nnrd- nwity and Whit Gootimnn and 1 until rcc'e'ndy (iccupicd by J. C. Mr. and Mrs. H. u. Ko\ich(iis anil Mrs. Hoiichins' mclhcr. Mi's T, D. Underwood of Little Rock rt'li'incd yesterday from Fulton. Mo,, where (hoy vititcd Mr. Hon- chins' molhcr, Mrs. Mary Hoii rliliis, for u week. I IJItoii w. Kirby is in I'magjukl loday. Mrs. O. E. Wlilto, of Little Root;, luis rclurncd houip after visiting her son, Floyd While, and family for a few days. Among [hose from here who heard the FHU Krlesler concert in Memphis Inst night ivcrc sir. inid Mrs. Harry W. Haines. Oscnr Fcndici-, Bernard Gooch. Die Rev. n'nfl Mi-.s. sttiarl. if. Salmon, Sfrs. P.lvcs Alien, Miss Bonnie Jein Bu'clianaii. Miss Amy Ruth Mbr- ils nnd Mrs. ivnson, Jfonis. Mrs. Baker Wilson returned ycs- I'rdny from Memphis where she )>nd Ijccn sfncc Monday consultlns physicians a>id \isiting her sister Miss Elizabeth Crews. While she »'n.s liicrc. shc rccclvffl trcacment ior nn onr injection. Mr. and- Mrs. Irn Crawford were in Mfmphls yesterday. Mrs. C. O. rfondprson of faal- ias, Tex., who has teen vsiiting 'lei 1 .son. Doyle Henderson, and Mrs. Henderson, Ims rcturmd to icr home. Mr. nntl Mrs. HEnriei-- ii. : molc3i-prl her lo Memphis. •• Mrs. R. E. Giirltnglon, of Scar.;y. is visitjng her sister; Mrs. 'B: -.. Lynch, mid familj- and Iwr lUiyhfer, Miss Alia Mae Oar- ngton. • 1 OVKONrTJTV 0 F1 ' ' '-^"""l* «'«"»» ™« -i Mail Marrams ! i:v«.s, rl« ' siSrr a ' SK ( - 1 i ^™A^ p ^rs,- Bwtilck with "»£ tnd^™.:! Z,""!,,! 1 !,! 0 ? 1 ',. 1 . 11 ,, 1 «?»**• « a - i ? f "* ™« ya»a*«-crn« raattnl nird tirctl after an hour ai chase and Bostulck picked said. TI«, tair i r -•--••••.- ' r Th!'"- '}° h llod ihc .......... , — ................ — .,.„ by Mrs ' VandcrwrIT, who said her livc »» lo pre-nuplial promises mane in the Ivllss Mrifjorlc f^olilsc Pierce ol' HollaiKl hccnniD the bri-.ie of Jesse CnUhycil in a ceremony pciTorm- ?d .if- ISe home of Mr. and Mrs. When the husband of Kin-lent: Car/clt petilioiied ;i Los .Angeles court to reduce his $25. weekly . iilimony in luilf. the original' "Blticbunncl Girl" of ll'c• TC'.\;IB Contonniiil followed him into Ihe courtroom with her young ™i. ivhei-e she is shown iibos-e iii the youiiBsler's inciilijmc, iimV ji:.krd that the iiliinonv not be 1 (iii'idwl, but douljli'rt. Milk Tor i lie- b«)>y comes higlt, she said. Home FURNISHINGS Moderately Priced '(KIT Z.I .Bvcrylhinjr for your enter- tainmcht anrl comfort. Weds. - fhurs. -DAYIS-P 'foliates Are To Wear Caps, Gowns Next Spring The senior clnss graduates of (lir city high school next May will wear caixs and gowns to botli ihc bacca- lixtn-eatc nnd coiiiiiionciment exercises, in recent years the caps ami ,,„.,., ,. . . Rovrns hnve been 'worn for .-om- i T. E, Nelson Saturday afieriioon mcnccment exercise but infclr • at 2:30 o'clock by the Rev. J. W. length, bouffant dresses hnve'been Cunningham in Hie presence of a mm, without hats for (he bacc-i- few intimnlc friends. i laureate service held each vear "at The bride, who is Ihe attractive the city auditorium, [laughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlllinmj Tliis'action was taken so as not Pierce, lias lived iiear'Holland tor to afford embarrassment to girl son<3 time. Mr. Caldwell hns made, students unable to have as expen- lils home here with Ills aunt. Mrs.' sivc frocks as other girls in the Nelson for a number ol years, clnss. They- will make their home In I H was decided that eacli qiii jSteelc. i would have one afternoon type I » . . ' dres s . to be worn to teas and •N'-'ii^'tnd Di ec*c4'1i*1*f(nli<fj < H. i c b-, Ma, -fo.ner -'A-flfsV ilfo riiramouiil iVcivs A Comcdj Ailmiitslfm Matinee 10c. .t 2Gt ":Admisslo'n Niglii t Heaters o. 22 $19.45 Heard about the new 2-WAY HEATING SERVICE o[ Colcman Oil Burning Heaicrs? Heat radiates into a focused comfort zone. And it circulates tremendous volumes of freshly warmed air throughout tlie room. Combine thai advantage with- the low cost of fuel oil. What do you have? More heat with a lower fuel bill,' - 'Check' these remarkable Colcman tjcatcrs now! Ami be sure to sec ... I. Heat-Reflector Doors. 2. Heat-Rndiatiii); Fins. 3. Colcman Fucl T Saving Burner. Any titlii'i- (ypo, (lesivo^!. Sec thum. Tiii'y iu-c priced ri i HuiiiER-amu 910SE. Donald. Ciisp near Beirut. Mrs. Hab Jackson (old In New j Clm-cncc SmitS. The bride and: "f vacation Bitlc schools In New gvo6ln , n " d B ' °,' SpcM '' 1 M Jnck Orleans last summer, son who was best man at. Ihe Circle Two mcetin? in ihe home »'«* '"«• .accompanied Miss Harof Mrs. FVank- Wiliia'ms lind Iwelve ' P "' ' '" thls flty nltcr rreseul with Mrs. Dwlght nlnck-1 c co ' Cmoll - v - \\ooA giving tlij devollonal On Ihe program: arranged by Mrs. F - A. Tcaford.n Thnnksslvlii" meditation was given by Mrs. Willlnuis. A letter from a missionarv in china was read bv Mrs. J. T. Wilson. Mrs. Arthur Nelson of Blythevillc was a visitor and took part in tli c discussion cf thc.siibjcct. Mrs. John D6u?1as,- chairman of cirt!e three, reported thirteen members ' " .. Morton's home when the devotional on Hope was civcn by Mrs. William Stewart. Baptist, mlsstan work in Palesline and Syria was reviewed by ^ii^s Cora Hogan. Others having j Memphis, rarf hi the program were Mrs. F. E. ~ Tpmpkins and Mrs. Ida Tucker. The Woman's Missionary society i was onlcrtnlncd in Hie home of Mrs. A. D. Abcrnathy tftcincon when iirs. J. :i'y was co-hostess. j-in world arget Monday • colds-clinic, and-by cvervday ire in ' more homes than an tXminir Soon: ITKEl--|,V Tlili BAKU.IKU .VNOEf, IN AJhii.'-sion Always lOc Show every instil. ."Mntincr.s I-'ri- day, Salurday & Sunday Only. Fr/day & Simclay Mctlnccs slarl '^:15 ]i.m. Saturitay Continuous showing from 1 lu U:SO p.m. shows start 7:00 p.m. At the Hospitals . . Air?. Harold. Nimn and babv \vpro ."', ,. Rro \ 10 _ 1> !. Ml ! s - Ci M -! vcmovc d from the BlythcvUlc hos- Dltnl to their home yesterday in a Ccbb ambulance, Mrs. H. Buncli. of Ywrbro. is a patient »t the Baptist hospital In han any o'thcr mcdi- cation of its kind. Nc ! "dosing: 1 just mas- .'.-T.. sage Vn p'oR ub or;' ';Yy' , 'v-J throat, chest, and I-H I i. i 1 ta « fc at hedttme. Re- nL V'JV - llc * be « in « a'l-iost at once. And long, after slce'> co-vrs VapoRiib keeps i-lffiu on wokinq ftj - Weds. - Thurs. COLK'S OIUGINAi. well known for -1 5 ycavs .•mil i!s«! liy nKiny millions nf pL'oplc. ' The most economical moderately priwl liuulor DII the iwirket. )»ii It ice -end -vapor worst o.f the cow is over. .Hare Bah'y Son Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Driver arc the parents of a son born at their homo Sunday weiehnz nine nounds. He bas been nanied carol Lynn. : ' « « e Tal Tongatc, who hns been ill fsr several months, was Inkon to I the BaDtist Hosnital in Memphis! Monday In A Swift, ambulance, fov further diagnosis and treatment. ) Mrs. Florence Hoover of St. L/>uis was a business visitor here for the week end, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Overturf,'for- Tal Tonga!?, of o.-ccola. has been | admitted to the Memphis Baptist [ hospital. i ; Mrs. Roland Wells was taken tc i the Blytlicvlllc hospital in a Hamw \ aniWilancd yesterday altcrno.->», i MV5. D. S. Sntiierliiiid and bain ! wore taken to their home on Fifth j street in a Hanna ambulance Sim I day. Comfort? •See the CHARTER OAK Parlor Furnace — designed lo give you the maximum amount o! heat wilh the minimum use of luel. f, ,.-.. .,,. •The specially designed features o[ ihe CHARTER OA'K Parlor Furnace make it possible for you fo enjoy cozy comfort on the coldest days. sThe slotted lire pot burns fuel thoroughly and forces the most intense heat to the outer edges, where it will do the most good. The unique heat dellectors send heat downward •— keeping even the floor as warm as ioasf. .>. • In short, the CHARTER OAK Parlor Furnace is a hetitin<j unit that's built to give you perfect hea! distribution at a minimum of cost. See it in our storo now. Ask about the special CHARTER OAK hot blast that gives an even greater intensity lo the heat. Ladies' & Men's Tailoring Fur Goat Alterations Ladies' Custom Tailored Suits Alterations of ;ill types Ph'onc S.'! 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