The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 18, 1935 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 18, 1935
Page 2
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PAGE- TWO . (ARK.) COURIEfc NEWS Social Calendar EVENTS Executive boovd Aiiuorcl I". T, A. roeeiing 3 p.-m. Langc P. T. A. meeting 3 i>. in. 1'riU'rnitfliate u. A.'s iursi Baptist churcri meeting at cnurcn, •! p.m. Mrs. Doyle Hcnttmon luivlnc Young 'Matrons bruiae club. Mrs. hiimci 1 C. bims entertaining' TtteEaas'-Ijunclicon cluu. stated meeting o. li. A., 7:30 p. in., ; at likll. • •••' Maple • Crave 'Cemetery assocla- lUrn'mmliig .with Mrs, u. Ci, Sa- jion, .Vine street, 3:30 p-ni. 35,000 women, members of MOO federated clubs in 23 states, !|RV iiii, Alftskn and the District of .Columbia, will interpret their objectives to the American public. The national fedcriUlon will again pledge Itself "to leadership In thinking on economic problems and their social implications, will) a view toward helping in the establishment of conditions which assure to women, and to mm as well, the fullest opportunity and reward for the development of whatever capacities they may possess." Mrs. W, H, Minyord liocU'ss to Wednesday Bridge club. I Deiptiians mecunij at Hotel No- ! Me... .8:30 P. M." ',i.».UI.l' UiUnouAY'S EVENTS Mill- Week -Bridge club • meeting wim Mrs. II. H. Hoiidunt. Thursday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. J. K. (Jrltz, Armorel P. T. A, meeting 3:30 P - M -, ' ' , , ._• .»L*l Mrs. Max D, hostess iu Tliurscioy Luncheon club. Thuisqay Brinec club meeting with Mrs. O. E. Keck, • Garden department of Woman's club meeting at ciui) house, 2 p.m. Toiuii People Of Cburcli Meet The Y. P. K. ol the Full Gospel church, Vine and Lily Sis,., wus tonneny organized lust evening with tncse %6mcers: decree Williams, president; Pete Trunthmii, vice president; Mrs. Pete Tiini- thsni.. secretory; Kenneth Osborn, reporter. •, '. ( :.Tninj'-Dve were cnrollcil. _,!It, .was'.voted to extend u public invitation' to' ,'atl- young people not attiltateci with other similar or- fionizalious. ' ,'' <•''. . i Marriage tlceuses Issued -;Thesc have secured marriage licenses recently jrom llic Bjythc- •ville- office - of the comity court clerk: Robert Geuns, of Steclc, mitt Mtss Lena May I'ltjue, of Dell; pdts. Fctlc, of Lanes Ferry, Term., and Miss Isabel Underwood, of here; Nowlon Milton, of Gosneli, and Miss Helen Lewis, of Wrsi ilemphls, by Justice Oscar Alexander; William is. HccK'mon, 01 Manila, and Mlrs ' Ifcsclta Parley, of Dell; Forrel;,.Wood und Mlw Rijby 'Harrison, both of •Huffman; Jim O. .Ferguson and Miss Corine Sllby, both, of-Unchvillc; - Frank Angliu and Mrs. Sndle Freeman, liotli of Manila; L. M. Jackson, of Manila, oncl Mrs. Effle Swain, ot Paragould, by the Rev. M, P. Gathrito; Albert Cnnip and Miss OlUe May Crum, both of Mnnlla; Lewis ' Otlum, of Roseland, anu Miss Made Joliuson, of Manila; Tom Rogers, of victoria, and Mtss Olaudie JSarroii, of here. 1 " * » Has Cltili Turly Members of the Suturciiiy Night Supper club "met with Mr. nnrl Mrs. Marcus Evrard Ka'turdiiy evening. Supper was served informally at tables decorated with jonquils, snapdragons and roses. In -the bridge - games Mr. und Mrs. Russell Farr won the prize, ;i brousc flower bowl. Uilcr there was dancing CJub Jlecls Mrs. Loy Welch \von the prize, dusting powder, at the party of tho ThurHla'y Bridge club which met with Mrs. Joel Chandler. Mrs. Chester "Caldwell was the only guest, The hostess served a frozen fruit salad course at tables dec- ora ted. with Jonquils. .. 'i- . • * '»v » Uusiiicsj Women To Observe Nalional Week. to co-operation with other tusi- Jicss and professional women's clubs throughout the United States, ilic toon!. group is opsning the week's observance with a dinner this CTenlns at the home of Mrs. S. S.. Slcrnbcrg. Olliei- ao- livitics, will :l]c announced tomorrow. ," ":•••'• • "Opportunity" is the watchword for the p&serrance. At this-time Bits oj News Mostly Persona: Mr. nnd Mrs. A. G. Shlbley and tainlly visited friends in Memphis •amiduy. , ,_,. i Wilbur Evrnrd, son of Mr. :uid Mrs. Gordon Evrard, undern'cnt a ton-sllectoitiy today al the Dlylije- dilc hospital. Mrs. L, H. Moore, uccompanlcd by her sisters, Mrs. H. C. Cooke of Cuntthersvlilc, and Misses Mnry and Alice Mcllancy of Kcnnelt, motored to Memphis Saturday. J. A. Frlzzcll went to Memphis ETatureliiy where his son, Hugh mEHll, underwent an ODcrallon at the Eye, Em, Koac and Throat hospitul. Mrs. Sclmii Lenin Morrison, who has been quite 111, Is now tinpror- IIIB. but is yd condiicd to her bed. noiuer Smith, Jr., who attends Columbia Military academy • at uoiumclti, Tcmv, spent ycstcrdiiy <icrc. He has been visiting his .aihcr in Paragould for several (Wye, Mrs. c. M. Ciriiy Ui 111 from a vere cold at her home on West Mnln street. Mrs. K. W. Simmons WIIB called .0 Magnolia, Mls.5., today uy the iiious illness of her niece. Mrs, Earl Koomz, of Fulton, ..lo., arrived last night for ii two ks stny with her moiher, Mrs. M. Bryan, und daughter, Miss --lien. MIPS Marie Hurnlsh had as her tfitcits Sunday Mr. imd Mrs. n. S. jreenwell, of Ciinithcrcvlllc, Mo. Mrs. R. E. rlerce of Padiicah, Ky., formerly M|sa Cnljieriric \Vooris of this city, !s visiting Mrs. «ninc"linkcr, Miss Marie Harnlsh d other friends in the city. ' Among the Blythevlllc jicoplc attending the show, "A3 Thouds Cheer," Saturday at the s midltorfum, Memphis, were: Mines. C. G. Redman and Earl Buckley und Miss Bob Williams, ~OLDFOLKS' LAXATIVE Should Be Gentle A Bui of Imiivt •ucfdtnV hlttinj At vtlktntd, lind ,f,nm of in ildetly pim'n lipitts it, thro** 1C oli id drliwc bilincr. Bcnuia Ften-^.mint. the dcUciouj roir;1 chtwinp gum Unlive, ij chtwrif, thi lin- uv« i, mii.d KM, h.ll.f,,[ uKr,,, Julco lh. ».-«r your food it, and aoi» mto tHc iriMm ranlr. 1-nn.i.mitic i» poiiorc, hut la re- talt ,3 arhtevrd by tde moro sdentific icrion chehitig. ptuj, blelliticj ire Btotlv, mor« noimilly >tttnul>ud, nih.j iKin forttd. letnJ.muit is-idt.1 for o« p.opl.. AnJ doaorj pn.cTibt thi Iiitnrt in it. D«Uy I. il.ngttoii.. Tod.y, E rc bict on (tlndule 4[>d «»y (hMi Tviihoiu h»b« formation, incrfii- me douie or miiu. D.llciom Frtn-rmlnt, •t diuggulj. J3c * Dr. and Mrs. Hunter 0. Sims, who went down for the weekend, Mr. iui(| Mrs. Huvry Klrby, Mr. and Mrs. RO.SS p. flughci, Mr.' and Mrs. Uuss.cir Phillips, Dudley Denton nnd Oscar Tcndlcr, Miss M«r- , ( . t - l»nd, Mrs. L. E. Olds jr., who went <ion'« Friday to siwud llic weekend With Mf. Dili, Miss Ruth Mat. thews und 1'rcd Flccman, Miss Ida May Warren, Mrs, W. L. Jforiyr, Mrs. Rupert Cralton, Mrs. Tom Martin and Mrs. Elton W. Klrby, Louis Applcbaum, Mrs. O, E. Keck, Mrs. Aiuic Stevens Potter, Carl Ganskc and nichunl One, wlio spent the weekend. Mrs. Clyde Davis, who 1ms been seriously 111 at the Memphis Mellj- odlst hospltul, is now much Improved. Her daughter, Miss Doro- Ihy, has gone down to spend a ivcck with licr. Mi-, ami Mrs, Harry Brown, MIstc» Mario U-5!>ett and Virginia and Lduitc Dourlaud returned ycs- (crdiiy from Hot Springs where they attended the races. They were joined there by Bob Burns, of Dlerks, Ark., Walker Purrbli, of Little nock, and M. f- Drownlcc who Is attending school in Little Rock. Mr. ami Mrs. E, F. Belt, returned last night from a visit in Hot Springs. - , i . . . Mies Clarice Kennedy, 1 Miss Orlnc Ilutchlns and Dill Armstrong spent the • weekend in Hot D prin gs, NASSAU, Puke and Duch/ns of Kfiit win witness the airfual , race of me "Sponge Fleet," '(lie concluding =ve,H in the Drills,, ^ 91 ,i ? l ne- Between 50 and 75 boats representing the fastest sailors in the Nassau sponge fleet are c W ctcil to take off In the first heat. There ure no class qualifications or size restrictions. Native Bahamian sponge flsner- mcn already arc, latcHlng their f 1 .J""! f «l >alrl »8 H«lr rising for the : event. Tlie Boats are cx- cciHlotially seaworthy as sponge fishermen often spent) several days i" the open sea looking lor the marine Miilutsls which constitute one of Nnssau's chief ' tndastrics Many "spongers" live on the bouts with their families, doing their cooking over open charcoal ares and sleeping on' deck. Tlie sponge boats average about 30 ted in length, fievetol cups and prizes will be awarded Will Hold Confirmalion Services Here Tonight Ubliop ijaphorc, of Little Hock, ut.slsted Ijy tiic rtcv. 0. C. Burke of Murlsnim, will conduct coh- llrmnUon services at the St, Stephen I!plsco|inl church Ihls evening, 7:10 o'clock, fiurbfr Siv»lio»s rin CON^BAUT, O. (UP)—A small blitck bc«d-headcct pin which Guard Brooks, u barber, swallowed accidentally us he WHS removing a bib from u customer, ivjis removed from Ills lung c'ntnnicc by lirlc, pa., surgeons. Help Kidneys t U.iK?i | i.l l i«M'aL5!fcw. ihlf, Kerrown««; BbcocMHa "" ButD te$& ^t«,3b«' Royalty to Spoofe Flett Race Will Open School Of Beauty Cullure 'I'hc Blythcvllie~Bdjoo| O f Beanty culture will be opened here wllhln the next ten days or two wceics by Mrs. William Berryman and Miss Mildred Caltlwell, local beauty shop operators. Tiio school will occupy four rooms upstairs over the First National Bank and will include an •a/flcc, classroom and. two rooms for practice. Mrs. Bwyman, who has operated the Elaine Beauty Shop here for the past, Ihvcc years has had a niunuer of years experience in Leprosy Is disappearing among while ixiople, but not among other races, there bcln K , tor, example, at least 200,000 cases amijng i- Ohlnete .xnd Japanese In the \Futlipnincs .oday. Earl Smilh, Pasadena, Calif., collects bullets as a hobby »»<! his collccllon now contains more thiin 2000 specimens. Many of the nirtriclgcs wore takcia : irom wrap- )iis of notorious Criminals. the beauty shop business and as an instructor, she Ls a . graduate of the Summers Beauty School of Cairo, III. She will servo as chief instructor nnd will bo 'assisted by Miss Caldwcll, who has been In the beauty siiop business in Bly- thcvlllc for the past ten years Miss Caldwcll is a graduate of Kflsten's in Mempliis, The school will be opened, as soon as the work of remodeling i nd redecorating the rooms has been completed. Considerable new equipment lias been bought and will be installed as axm as possible. Students will be taught the various phases of beauty culture MONDAY, MAKCH through classroom instruction with textbooks and practical work. In addition to the school Mrs. Bcrryman and. Mtes. Caldwcll will continue to operate their beauty shops here. Blue Star Kills The Itch Germs To eel rid of itch, rash, teller, foot itch rluKwoini or- eczema, covtrwilli 1.00 hing Blue Star Ointment which loulains tested mrdiclns that melts, soaks m quickly am] kills the Itch Money Irack if first jar falls. Drink Water With Meals Good For Stomach Water with.meals iiei ps stomach Juices, aids digestion. If bloated with gas add a spoonful of Adlcr- ikii. One dose cleans out iwlsoiis and washes DOTH upper and-lower bowels. Ktrby Bros. Drug Co. —Adv. K-4 ALL PRICES REDUCED ON BEAUTY WORK! $5 Permanents Reduced-to $3.50 (Two for .'j.'fa'.SO) $8 Permunents Reduced to $5,00 (Two for. §8.50) Margaret Deen Beauty Shop ]>honc 10(i The Klamath Jndian tribe located on a 1,000,000-ficrc reservation In southern Oregon's mountains, is the world's richest, community, having a potential pel- capita wealth of $28,000 T <"> '-"E TO CLASSIFY It'QS. SALE ~ " :~ FOB 8ALE-Bunga!ow o» coriiir lot with pretty shade. Has hirj. wood floors, servants hoiist ann garage. 42,650. Terms. THOMAS LAND COMPANY. 20 ACRES near Yarbro. $1.<W casli will buy it if sold quick. Has' house and barn. THOMAS LAND COMPANY. Ballroom Dancing Taught The lirat i;|aHB will be held, Monday evening, ut, the Hole! Noble, and classes will be held on Monday a n d Thursday, evenings from 8 to !) o'clock. Special reduced prices of 25 Cents Per Lesson for the first time. Call 8U8 to Register Margaret Moff iit School of Dancing STRENGTH BUILDER! you re m need o( a tonic, weight below nbr- iiial, and you {ccl tirataul and v.-cot, follow the wlvicc o! ^Irs I llicl Miller c,i 1&19 Cliannran'.St., lloastoii, Texas, who ssys: "Dr. Picrcc's , ™ Golden Medical Dis- to- cry T, t.pctialb good to truild up iht t/-len and H t blood \VHu l-],jj at, \\\. ness ard v,as londown It:- Diicorcrj llsC Jnc (tdioi fin« o 5 aiu atlcr 1 lai u 3 :d ii . WE DELIVER ANY AMOUNT OF COAL •as: Hide. as. 300. Ibs 'ft? X-CEL from Alabama licit to hold lire, full of SUPERIOR AuuounciDg the opening of a new BEAUTY SCHOOL Mv.s. William Ucrryniiin and Miss Mildred L'Hkhvell, two of Uiu best known beauticians in this suction, will open u .school of beauty culture in Ulylhevillc, offering practical courses in nil phases of llic business. Experienced Instructresses Special Classes. At Wight Mere complete'details concerning't|ip<schpql, instntction fees, courses, etc.,-can bi:,obtained by cotnimmk-aliiig witli Mrs. ut Elaine Beauty Shop. BLYTHEVJLLE SCHQOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE FU-st National Hank Bldg.—Upstairs" N O beating ... 1,0 brushing: ... no shaking. Just let us ilry clean all your win- tci- things, and put Uiem away ready for next vcar. Curtains . Drapes, Etc. . Expertly Cleaned - Call Us For Our Prices NU-WA CLEA1NERS Plioucl80 ..,,, Ilieres soiiietliiiia about a Chesterfield . s-"? •'.•'...•' ' UIiccc'J .fiic tltlita o^ eJucdallii like atont ff f <t l^ltcjlcttietAj-<-entltclu aj'ulc ttoitt the, 4act V • v ... 0 0 th&t IFi tt HiUAit ciaAtdle-= anl <^S\>c a- ittiHtPct 0T vevnlc Juii uie Jatnc tluna • * ucvct yet tittle ctum-L tft tobacco- tit met month - — tkc tobacco Aoeifit jmll out and fiat if I , j I If* I aAAi ti Lot to- mtj. picitjittc OT AntokuiA them notice nioic antt mote o4 itut ttlen&j smoke § IS)}, t.'Ktn i M IS, 7" f? •• & (tde vOe\ Oetlet

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