The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 19, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 19, 1937
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COUHIBR NEWS FRIDAY, NOVKMIHCU 1!),-1937 Individuality Gone With the Wind Social Calendar SATURDArs EVENTS | Chapter ' N" o( P, E. O. to hnvc ] l o'clock luncheon at home of Mrs. Elton W. Klrby. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia (Hyrg Luncheon Brit^e for Guests Jlrs. E. L. Talllaforrq of Osccola entertained 25 guests »t luncheon at (he Hotel Noble yesterday honoring her mother, Mrs. S. W. Ogfm, aiid her sisters, Mrs. W. W. Shaver, of Wynne, and Mrs. P. T. van Creltjiowsen, of Oklahoma. The guests were seated at a large taoJc with a frutt filled pumpkin tor a centerpiece. Thanksgiving place cards were used,. A three course turkey lunch was servel Alter lunch 20 of the guests pluy- cd bridge in the Rosa Room with Mrs. Ruth Hale Carlylc ^Inning a salad bowl for lilpli score. Mi's, van Greilhowsen won low. a ian shaped crystal vase, and was presented u-ith can de cslogiic for a guest prize, mvs. James Driver :ut for consolation, a red flower pot. Mrs. (•haver was presented a box of viawder and Mrs, Ogan received bath salts. Jliss Hugh Whitwtt of tills city. Miss Ethel Braun of Memphis and Osceoln ladies were included in the guest list. ft * * Given Birthday Party : Mr*, i. O. Wcstbrook wont to - Memphis tlie other day to visit her daughter, Mrs. R. L. Dedmau. who remembered it was her mother's birthday. When she arrived (here were 21 guests present iu honor of her birth anniversary. She spent several days there. • * * Son Horn A son was born lute night to Mr. and Mrs. George Gordon, of Gosnell. The baby weighs six ~ t?ounds and 13 ounces. Joan Williams Has Birthday Party Joan Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mi*. Virgil Williams, celebrated her lltli birthday Wednesday afternoon with n party which 18 of her friends attended. After playing several gamos the children were served hot chocolate and birthday cake. Each was given n pop corn ball for a favor. Miss Omiis Browning, of Huffman, assisted Mrs. 'Williams in : entertaining the guests. Jewish Aid Sleets The Jewish Ladies Aid met last night at the home of Mrs. Nathan Bils of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Jos CJi-aber, of I'aragoiild, I mid her mother, Mrs. b. Cincort, Mis. Tied Hickfon. Mrs. Ernest I Mrs. Fred Hicksoii and Mrs. Ernest Gardner, all o[ Paragould, were j guests of Air. and Mrs. Meyer JGi.ibci- yesterday. I A. C. Burnett and son, Harold, of Pasadena, Calif., arc visiting Mr. Bnmelt's brother, H. E. Bar- nctt, and Mrs. Burnett, After Kpend- Inu several days here, they will go lo Booiicvlllc, Miss., to visit other relatives before returning to their home. Mrs. A. Af. Butt and sister. Mrs. W. J. Pollard, and daughters. Mrs. Parnsworlh Black and Miss Ruth Butt, were in Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. McCullougli j and daughter. Lorraine, and son, I Don. formerly of here and now of j St. Louis, are visiting friends here. Mrs. O. E. Moore, of Memphis, came yesterday for an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Tom Phillips, and Mr. Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Glover at-' tended the wedding of Mr. Glover's brother. William E.- Glover, and Miss Mary Wood in Marianna yes- lerday having gone over Wednesday. They returned last night. Mr. and Mrs. E. .J. Heaton and _ :ckctMraflicccMirt," "Why, Kanny, you know you wim't^o." "So wluejM'il raihcr take six lickeis in ilie polacmc/i's ball lliini one ! Glenn Learn attended the florists ! convention held at the Hotel Pea" ~ ' "" i body in Memphis yesterday. 1 of Sorti-ey. hoiiscgiiMt ccive his degree in dentistry next i Herman Bishop of Tiipeio, Miss., it Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. .luiip and Joe finished his Interne-| K1K ' Mi's. J. Elbert Warren of Troy, «is a luncheon guest. | thip in medicine last spring. ( Miss., were called here yesterday Mrs. If. It. Houchlns won the The announcement that a Co-' because of thc death of their Mte, hosiery. lilllon dub lins been formed here I mother. Mrs. Mattie Jane Bishop. A Uvo cctivfu lunch was .saved among llic yaim<r married set Is M ' s - Ce "'l White of Clarkdale. Ark.. it small tables. most encouraging '. . . \v c had reallv , also ciitnc ncre tor Uic brief sor- ilccldcil that even the young of viccs yesterday. Today, they an I'linrsilny Luiu'hruii Chili i Blylhcvillc were growing old Ml ' s - Clyde Bishop Nicholson, Mr. Mfl Wilh Mrs. Ktrshncv. [ 'there's nary an affair planned for ail(i Mrs - Charles Brown. Mr. ami Mrs. R. F, Klrshncr cntcrtiiiiwd the Thanksgiving or Christm ••; lhc members of thc Thursday rrasons except the dances this Mrs. Waller Bishop and E. C. ^ Harper went lo Pontoloc. Miss., for Luncheon clnb and Iwo visitors, croup will have for Us members ... j " lc funeral service held there this Mi'4. M. A. Isancs and Mrs. Har- nt least. In thc past, we could have j mol ' u 'Pg. j Union Thanksgiving Day Church Service Planned A union TiiankssiviiiB service has t;;n planned for nil churches of the city by tin- Hlyllicvllle Ministerial Alliance. The .-.ervice will l:e licld Wcd- nt3day niglit. at tlic First nap- list church, ulien Ihc Hev. Stuart H. fc'alniOii, nnscor of tlie Fil'st I'rcsbytr-rlnii church. n>\', delivoi the Mimon. Mrs. A. U. l-'airfield Kill lie in charge (if a, camWurd choir. The collection will be used for ; chr.rity. GROCER ,:liSi r ^K(^ololor with hammeted biyrSnVii) finish : is youts for 04 V.tfr£pp'er*couons from Oufkee's When thc movie iniikcup men gel through, you're likely to have a hard time tdlin-j Belle Walling- firm ScRVlctt O'Hara. except by tlidi- costiiinw. if ih." pictures snapped at sewn toils lor "Gone \VUii ! th"? Wind" In New York arc a sample of hc.v iney'Sl lie made up !cr the final scenes. Thc stnmtarilia.i- i lion r.f features iu three different try-out pictures a'oovu is iiuccapatali. L:li to ri-jht: Diana Forrest i as Scarlett O'Kara; Katherine Locke as Melinite; T.ul Lencre Ulrich as Belle Walling—an wit!: idcn- i ticsl eyebrow and Hi] mak;np end coilfnrca. DUR KEE'S MARGARINE Kverythihg for your cnlci'- (niiimcnl and comfort. Caruthei'sville Society — Pcrsonn) : iviglit Contract club at hcv home ; Bach of the great animal -livi- e.ii Souili Wnr;l Tuesday evening. | sions of t))e world has ;i cliffcieiit : Mrs. Maude Green, Mrs. Z. W. j covering material. Manimals iiave ; Groom.'; and Mrs. jimmic Tiptoii ! hair, rciitilcs have s-a'ly skin fish , wrr.. K nE,t.s. Mis. John McDonalrl ! )lilve . sca!cs jnsocts a , K , mol ' Ulsks | ! guests. score among ™ ilic: * c alheis. price Mi., llayilrn Knlcrtains Mvs. Roscoe "riaydcn entertained evening :it y Klrby, yesterday. A two course luncheon i grand dances on these holidays,' Mrs ' Vei111 Henley, formerly of was even If no one went to any others hel ' c ,""<' now of St. Louis, who lias scrv-ed a|. a fable decorated \vt;h all year. 'Hie society which ttoiir- quite ill at the onrncs hospita l jiunipkln nilca with fruits, Tur- Ishc.s iu some of our sister cities lncre '. is now im P rovi "? a »S will <:y place card's and Thanksgiving makes us pine . . . there' hasn't l>' P °™bly be able to b; remove:! to ;allies were used. , been a bl<^ party or :lancc—nobody* •' " )m " '"' Sunday. Mrs. Musscll Philli)js had liigli' sesms lo remenibcr when . . . ' Mls - w - F - Cooley. of Joiner, •core and Mis. Isaacs had second Anionu some of the downs of: . i .newcomers is attractive Mrs. Cor- ""''« lnv *'•«"' litr parents, Mr. and •> • " '•• Viclins Maillnger. «-!io came from' Ml ' s M - T - ^ Io °"- n '" lle , this "'' « lnv * to spend sev- Law schools in Mew York slate Mrs. J. E. Drown left require two years of college work, t M,..,,..,... „.,.-, , ,, , -, '' i « r «l"CE<lriy afternoon for St. • after completion of high school, for ! Mcmfccu of two table bridge , LoiliSi Mo u . i;m , ,, lrv . M: . luli , a ] club were guests. Bronze chrysar.- i , hc sta(c Tcat;hcrs Mating. Thcv tlicimims were used in the decor- w m ., 1)Clui lhc WMk e[ul - M ,'. ; aliens. Mrs. Elmer Hnzcl held high t at ive5 at Festus Mo I st::-e, Mrs. Jack Downing held j M iss Mary Jo Allii cf Dccrin-j fccoiu 1"S». «nd Mrs. Gus Mc-l M , mt the week end in this citv A!list?r cut for ^comolaliou. ; S !i c visited with her brother. 6.; ,. •"„*-' I '• A1Icn ' SR J family. ] l; v snunsor i T '' c ^ !issi:s Mattie and Mildred Mrs. J. .[Tinman of Memphis al Osceola. with Mrs. A. _ as co-h-ostess. Twenty one members and one guest, Mrs. Ida Cohen of St. Louis, houscguest of Mr. and Mrs. Max Borowsky of Manila, were present. Plans were outlined for the In- slallution of Rabbi Herman Pollack- to be held at 3 o'clock Sunday, December 12, at (he Temple Israel. Dr. A. Crombach. professor at He- brevf Union College at Cincinnati, will deliver Oie iii5t.ill.ilIon address A tea and social hour will follow Hie ceremony at a place to be an jiounecd later. IYu\t salad, cake and coffee were arved. Sudbury I'. T. A. to Serve Chiclsim Dinner The Sudbiiiy Parent Teacher? Association .will serve a chicken dinner tomorrow at thc American' Legion Hut from 11 to 2 o'clock. Attends Luncheon. Miss Jane Branson, who attends lirenau ccllege at Gainesville, Ga., \vas a guest cf the Gainesville Rotary club at a luncheon mewing Monday, along with U9 other students ol thc schosl. Miss Branson and Uic other Undents were selectfd to attend as daughters of Rotary members. Attractive favors, which were brought frcm abroad recently by the Gainesville Rolary president, were presented the guests. • p * Cast for Little Theater Play Chosen. j At the regular meeting of ths Little Theater group last night tire cast for thc first play. "Spari- fn"' was chosen. week c:id in this citv. Thcv wn Miss Jane Ctmningham, of Msm- New Orleans n year iwo last we-;k.. pitcher; Mrs. oeorgc . - 3rear wen second, a costume pin; J'*" 1 ' Alnon S tllc hundreds ot most ! I o Stage Stunt Night Mrs! L S Bcnlsh won the trav- ' 1 " lei " cs '"" 8 lhings h< ~ tolcl " s iltollt ' •ling prtee ,, rtoiblc ' of WftS ll>nl 1 ' ( ' aclc " i of pcllrl Ai At .Brtb, and Mrs. L-gon won the "\'7 S E ct . , n , "j^, ll " e .I 1 ! 01 "™ of jucst pn™. a costume pin. > Clllni1 ' whlrl1 '" " k 0| »' llou - ls a Mis. Kins served a plate lie and coffee. "Cmiimunlty Stunt Nighl" Sirs. J. T. I'hi«l|i5 It^s fhursila.v Contract Cluli. Mrs. ftusscll Farr j wonderful country filled willi won-' be obscivc.1 in Olythcvillc Friday •|derful people. | Dec. 10. when the senior class of-,. . . [ .Vinoni those cohm and coming | llic city high school will sponsor i S } were Russell Phillips jr.. and I lhc show, in w!:lch various civic. I „ j >-l">rlr; Crlewr HI. who took Ihcir I church and social organizations | il'". . ' first train ride Saturday to Oscc- win i»Hiniivii n n ~.m i-« i..u I bnfennmcrt O. L. Ciass of the Intel mediate Depart- j mcnl of the Baptist Church met at the hcmc of their (curlier, Mrs. i J. E. Brown on Monday evening. j A business cession ua.s held .after I \vlii:h a very pleasant social hour was enjoyed. Mrs, lirown served 'Shnienli to lhc ten girls. dub where they will meet Mr. ami Mis. Ivcrson Michie. who have spsnt the past month in Washington. D. C. Albert Lawson ipcnt Thursday :n Memphis. ])inchasing some new mnelrinr-rv for Ills daiiy. I. T. McCuc is back at work at thc Thomas Radio Shop after a u-cek's iliness. Slloiv every night". Matinees 'lay. Saturday & Sunday Only.! Friday & Sunday Matinees slar(! a: lS p.m. Saturday Canlinduus j showing fro,,, j t 0 ii ;3 (| ,,.„,.) NUHl shows start 7:00 p.m. I ol » "Boofy" Phillips who nocrm- will participate. It will be hclri l at the high school nudltarluiu. ! j man and Edward Edds. Robert Mrs.- Alc:rt was hCBtc.-.s to the members of the Mondav a PHONE 103 ft FOR 'PETE' THE PLUMBER Liquid, Tablets i Salve. Npsc Drops '' Try checks COLDS FEVER tirsl day - Saturday THEY CRAVE miiuitvs. Kub-.My-'risnr'-U'orlil's l',«l j l.iniiiiciit Over the Bridge Table By 'Keen as a start. Olii'ia ric Havi; land has beconie interested in Her. 1 according to a story in a movie .Icmlx will be business manager. '•. Winifred Crawford. p r o;j ra m ' Ladies' i-jnwll Heel C;ip,s ............. ir>c 'V Heels Vnr Blylhcvillc people arc becoming gadatcttts as llicsc football g " ________ Misses Margaret Slwvrr nndl dlilw Illcm awny from home" mow Bcrnicc Chilton cf this city. Miss I 011 '' mo '~- Hundreds are soins lo Nina Harris and Junior Barn of Stccle, wm iwlray lhc four characters in the one-act play. Joncsboro tonight'to sec Jor.csborc severely beaten iwc hope); equally as inauv-arc expected to 20 to For- gram sponsored by the Parent-Teacher Assoctati:n on Do- cembrr 3. when tho a cappclla choir of Jonestoro «ill sins. • • • * e f, Mrs. I., s. Btnisli Entertains at'Bridge. which will tc given at the pro- 1 '?* 1 CKv Thanksgiving Day lor a - • - ' similar reason—while others will ?o to Nashville. Term., lor thc Alu- bitma-V'andcrbilt name. Among Ihose poimj lo Nnslu-ille are Marie and Bill Pollard, Kathleen 'and Fanisworth Black. Co/ine nia»i-«-nn and the Paul L. Tiptons and Joe have much because bolh having Mrs. L, S. Bcnlsh entertained ,. Nas hvi!lc reminds us that Phil\v!th ihrce tables of bridge Wcd-l ps Rofcms o», one o; the most •net-day night at her home. She £,„ r , 1 ? oy ' 5 wll ° cvcr 8 rc «' «P in .giving ihw ' lytlwvillp. will be- married Saturday to swanky Miss McCartv. of l.hat city. Phillips has done 'right well by himself, having an excellent job now. and capturing one of the most eligible girls In Nastiville. carried out a Thanksgiving in iicr decorations 'and refreshments of date roll, with whipped cream, coffee and salted nuts. Mr.s. Rlvcs Allen had high score and Mrs. Jesse Wliltc, second high. » « a Thursday Bridge Club Has Meeting. • The Thursday yesterday at the liolauc! Green. Mrs; Hiram Wylic won thc priz:. a:crystal hat vase and a crvsUil sllppef. Ttic [jarty was tarried out In a Thanksgiving: motif in the tallies, Jicwets and refi-cslTOicnts. His mother. Mrs. Man- Phillips Robinson, his sister. Mrs. Charles ,,, lir i , 1< J* lc * i) - v - ltr - Ojlcsby. and t W dub i«t- ! S"teii i r l i:s, c r in ' jMknn - he home of Mrs Komnson. will be amoiii; those nc nome 01 Mrs.) prcscnl at ,, |c Catllcdral 0( thc Incarnation when the riles arc said at four o'clock In the afternoon. "The First Presbyterian church is to'have two weddings in a row which Is most delightful to us Margaret.Keck and-Dun Smith wni say their "I Do's" there on Ucccm- Clul) jlcHi. uer 27 and Lillian Dietrich and Joe Th£- .Midweek B.ldsi: club met o'clock"on Uic siflci-nuonV^THnlf Rt ttic home of Mrs Harrj- W. 1 , aiy 15. Both sirls arc mavrvlnt Haincs jcsterday when Mrs.' K. E. young "Doctors' 1 as Don wUi'rc- i Jimmie Ha-sson. who came home [ roincliine ago from San Diego. | Calif., on a furlough of the navy, has been given an extended fur-' ! lonsh before being transferred to i Norfolk. Va. ' j There was a slag party Wcdnes-' ;lay night- when Marcus Evrard and I son. Joe. entertained members of lhc junior high school fool'oal! team at the Woman's club. Marai; in common: pl.iyed on, Blylhcvillc (cams. Mother Minnie! was allowed lo atlcnti thc parlv i only localise she cnsinc^rc-.l the 1 eats. U was a gala affair, from all reports. Elizabeth Crews, who lived here : 7omc time i\zo for a short period ; vith sister Uiciln anil Baker \Vil- 'O'.i. will bring her new husband ivcr from Memphis soon for a visit. We luar from Memphis thai Margaret Cobb Meadow Is barki at home from the hospital \vitli licr .12 dny old daughter. Rarkaia Folkc.s Meixdow. who is the sccnnci young lady of the • Jake Meadow! family. Thc father. "Prolc.ssor" Meadow, is now a member of Ihr Uuiver- ', for a j chairman yucttc Shepherd, b'cnior .stunt. The yardmastcr transmits orders o locomotive engineers in the r.iil- •oad yards at Hamburg by radis. faculty at Southwestern jlty. Margftivt. lived hci'i number of years when her father.! thc Rev. J. Walter Cobb. pastor of thc First Presbyterian' cluir-cli. Read Courier News Want Ads. Wanted Pecans WOU f AK1AN l;V3 11, Mahi 1'honc liii "* LET US PREPARE YOUR CAR FOR WINTER We Are Headquarters For AH Types o! Heaters, Defrosters, Radiator Covers, Tire Chains, Willard or Delco Batteries, v/ays rondy ] for a fiahl or o frolic! '• in Wm. Colt Mac Donald's greatest and most exciting yarn! with Chnrlcs "Ihiddy" K«jr. ff-s, licHy (irjilMo, N c<i Sparks, Kihber Milieu and Molly. Sv.-in; ii)li> linr :!nd itilim mcac asters o[ mirth and melmly; Also Selected Shorl.s Admi.ssioii M:iliilr<- IPc ,V,2Bc Admissicii Nigln n; c ^ ^j;,. aturday Only YESTERDAY ie Big Shot of Crime! TODAY number Rock'! Me", Women & Children When Bctlcr leather Is Tanni-d. Smith Will Buy It SMITH SHOE SHOP C.lrnco<- We Cull for and Deliver Your Car — AH Makes of Cars Serviced TOM ROAD SKHVH ,sci<\K ;-; '\\ A REPU2LIC PICTURE cartnon ,v "'Katlin I'.i- 1 tt-idi Grant Wtdifrs. 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