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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 22, 1935
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-BLYTHEVILLE, <ARK.) -COURIER-NEWS FRIDAY, M4RQH-.-22/' Social Calendar. SATURDAY'S EVENTS County Council Home Demonstra- t'on club meeting at Woman's club. dull IHas Ouesl. . ,. Mrs. Oscar Haida«ay played cards with members of the Thursday Contract club this week when Mrs. G. E Keck was hostess. Her double • Jonquils made a pretty bouquet for Ihe living room. The prize, a crystal water jug. went to Mrs. R. b. Bradley. A fruit salad plate was served. Jewish Alt! Sleets. Mrs, Walter Roscnlhal and Mrs.| Max Meyers entertained members of the Jewish Ladles Aid last evening at the Meyers home. Plans were completed for the Purim program to bo hold Sunday at the Temple Israel. It was also decided to have the members In buxora, Osceola, Manila and Blythcvillc sponsor an entertainment for raising money. For the program Harold Nathan Hosenthal played a piano number and Mits Mildred Lang cave n reading. The Easter motif wns cmphn- sizcd In the decorations niul tiic refreshments of salad, sandwiches, Easter candles, and coffee. Club Has Guisl. Miss Ruth., Moss of Phllndel- phla, Penna.," was guest of the Mid-Week Bridge club party Thursday when Mrs. O. P. Moss was hostess. Miss Moss Is houseguest-of Mr. nnd Mrs. Moss. Daffodils, Jonquils, splrca and forsythla"made an attractive cen- t«BJece'for the dining room table .•'.v>-*S5i.>i.. two-course lunch was -bridge games the prize, ras won by Mrs. J. Louis whipped cream, pickles, olives, and conns ivcre served. Mrs, Wallace 111 Iggancc won the first prize, a pink pitcher Inlaid wlih gold, second high, u down ci'ystnl glasses, went to Mrs. Oscnv Bailey, and the Ihird high, a brass bonbon dlsli, was won by Mrs. Carrol Blakcmore, Out of (own guests were Mrs, C. O. Sneed of Memphis, houscgucst of Mr. and Mrs, Little nnd Mr. and Mrs. Spaitllng, nnd Mrs, Eddie Hegenold, of Osceola. ncvW-lvy. The marriage of Miss Ruth Ivy ind Mr. Slicd Bcvlll was solemnized Saturday, March 10, by tlic Hcv. V. E. Clmlfnnt, pastor of (lie Lake Street Methodist, church, Their attendants were Mr. and Mrs. John Ilargctt. Mrs. licvlll Is n member of the faculty of the Biii'defle school :iml Mr. Dcvlll Is engaged In [arming near tills city, ; Kings' Daughters Class Names Officers, Tlie King's DauglHcrs Sumlay school cluss of tlic First Baptist church elected officers In n meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home of the Iciicher, Mrs. Alfred Carpenter. These were Josephine 0 Washington, D, 0., to spend 1 month or six weeks with her laughter. Mtirhl McFnll Is 111 this week Tom a septic Infection of the .hroat. • Mr. and Mrs. Ike Miller return•d yesterday from ten days visit n Flat nlver, Mo R. A. Nckon lias returned from ilenlphls where he underwent reatmcjit at, the Baptist hospital. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. W. Davis and daughter, Miss Mnrjork, have returned (o Memphis after u brief fitivy svllli Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil Greene. George M. Lee Is attending to business In Memphis today. Virgil Greene has returned from a business trip lo Slkrslon, Mo. Mrs. Clarence Odom, of Memphis, attended to business here the lirst of the week, Oaceola Society — Personal Mi's, Joe Hires entertained her two table guc.sls at club nnd foni her hortie hi Luxon Study 0! ili Mining Industry. as an industry and as an 'livelihood, was studied by members of the Delphian Fine ArU ciiib In a meeting -Wednesday nt the Hotel Noble. • Mrs. T. E. Tate told of the industry and the effect of the code upon It. She discussed the coal bootleggers who have established a gigantic business. ' The book "I. Went to Pitt- College," Lauren Gilfnlan, which has for Its-setting n coal mining {own, Was reviewed by Mrs. G. \V. Af- filck. ', Mrs. ; James Hill" prssided In the business session. -.'-»:»-.* Entertain'Clubs/' m '* " v; Members' of the Thursday and Tuesday : Bridge clubs and Mines. \V. S. Langdon, W. M. Burns and Edwin Robinson were -entertained by Mrs. J. S. acsell and Mrs. M. G. Goodwin yesterday alter neon af the Gescll home. The five tables were arranged in the living • and dining rooms where mixed spring flowers made a colorful background. Angel fc:o< caXe, topped 'with a trull mixture and whipped cream, am coffee, was served. ; • * * Bon Bom. Mr. : and'Mrs,- Claude Chapman announce the birth of a son March IT at the DePauw hospital of St. Louis. The baby, which vyeishs'five pounds, has been named Gerald Haynes Chapman. Mr. Chapman recently to Los Angeles, Calif.; to -reside and Mrs. Chapman aTid son plan to join Win in a month. Mr. Chapman, who Is a brother.oE Mrs. Mall-Monaghnn formerly!, lived, here. Shlblcy, president; Joy ' Summers, vice president; Margaret Dulancy secretary; Mary Ann Nabcrs, reporter; Jewel Rice, treasurer. Once each month n member will leach the Sunday school 1 lesson and Margaret Dulancy was appointed to do this first. • Half Moon-Chili. Plans'to start n new until were martc nl ii meeting of the Half Moon Demonstration club Tuesday. Mrs, J. W. I'oiilock suggested (hat all members bring patterns and exchange them. Talks nnd reports on vnrtous club activities were given by. Mrs. ft. •' Jones. Mrs. ti. p. Gay, Mrs. Leslie Pec- pics, and Mrs. H. C. Duck. Mrs. \V. R. Lightfool, Mrs. Buck and Mrs. Hawkins were hostesses. Luxora Society — Personal Mrs. E. fl. IWgaiv returned yes erclay from Nashville, Tcnn., when she attended the Grand Stall Chapter, 0. E. S. She wns accom panled by Dr. nnd Mrs. Tucker of Monctte, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kourl ar receiving congralulalloas on th birth of a son, who will be know as Ralph jr. Mrs. Koii'rl was be lore her marriage Miss BlancV rardcccy. The Baptist W. M. U. met' i Ihe home o( Mrs. R. A. Kimbroug for the regular bi-monthly meet Ing. Thirteen members and 'thre visitors were present. Mrs. E. A Ten ford of Osceola, a former mem her, was one of the visitors. The Union began the study of "Winning the Border," by Una Roberts Lawrence, with Mrs. Kim- broitgh as leader. Mrs. G, C. Driver was hostess to the contract bridge club Thm'B- ciay night. Sixteen members enjoyed her hospitality. High score prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hires. Mrs. Hayes Gowan and little daughter, Elizabeth Sue, who have been guests of Mts. Sue Drown, Mis. Gownn's mother, have gone to Cartithersville for a stay of in- Mre. R. E. Anderson and aughter, Miss kath'ryn.'•' ~'•' Mrs. T. B. Klnsolvlng returned. Wednesday from Cape Girardeau, here she spent several weeks Ith her daughter, Mrs.' Robert .. Hill, and family. S)]|eld6 school Is again taking lead In enrolling members ii lie P.-T. A. for the grades In tru. consolidated district. Already j; Have enrolled as renewals and a Irlvo Is now oh [or Increased membership. Mrs. E. G. Cope returned Wed- icsday from St. Louis, where -she lad spent a week attending flic Missionary Council and Annual Conference of the Methodist, Missionary society. . .. Dr. E. a. Coper spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Memphis at the bedside of his aunt, Mrs. J. A. P/csson, who underwent a major operation nl the Methodist, hospital. Her death occurred early Thursday. Mrs. Cope, Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Kennetl, O. J. Cope, and Ralph Cope Joined Dr. Cope Thursday, where a funeral was held before he body was taken to LItlle Rock for interment. OUR BOARDING HOUSE , By Ahern Thursday afternoon. Mrs, Spencer Diivor won the guest prize, Mrs R. c. Bryan won high score clul prize, and Mrs. J. L. Ward woi consolation prize. Mrs. Hires' Ivv daughters, Arlenda and Gary Mac were guests. * *, * Mrs. snow Wilson entertained twenty .guests at bridge nt- her home on Highway til Wednesday afternoon In houoi 1 of Mrs. Davidson, of Alabama, mother of Mrs. Charles Lowrancc. Mi's. C. B, Urivcr won high score prize, Miss Josephine Montague won second the Community house with a inis- delinltc length with Mrs. Elizabeth Gowan. Mrs. Mary Louis McCullough was the guest of Miss Maxine Brow Wednesday night, emoiile to. Kentucky, where she will visit her parents. Tuesday night the students of the eleventh grade entertained at high, and Mrs. Ruth Hale Carlisle won low score. Mrs. rjavitl- smi was presented n guest prize of handkerchiefs. A salad course was served. P.T.A.News Central Word P.-T. A. met Wednesday afternoon. March 20, fol- 'owing the meeting of the executive board. Mrs. 15. A. Lynch presented an Interesting progrnm. Miss Palty Shane told of the recent study mid the papers on Uje "Motion Pictures" by the high school students. There were prizes of SI ;ach offered for the best paper in llie junior and senior departments and the freshman and sophomore classes. Robert Recdcr, the winner In the junior and senior department, read his paper "How Motion Pictures Arc Made." Margaret, Wood, the winner in the soohomorc anct freshmen department vead her paper, "Motion- Pictures." Miss Winnie Turner told of the recent test In the elementary department of the! ridcas on the motion pic Lures. / Mrs. E. B. Woodson, llie sum- THREE MONTHS VOUVE WORN OUT ' ABOUT TUKT -RACING SNWU OF WHAT—A PAL OUT IN TH" COUNTRY, rA/\-S A HORSE WHO DID, AT COUNTY WRS— I'LLGfV HIM' '^N' -RACE ' THAT HfXV-BKfaE OF YOURS, -'OR k BET THW .vU OUT \N THE COLD , GRA.Y 'O&N N PISTOLS,\NTHE WOODS OP OF IN HONOR OF P\ WITH AWAIT YOUR ccllancoii.s shower, complimenting one of their members, Mrs. Cecil j mcr round-up chairman, reported McGloUilln. former> Miss Mary n lat all homes of children cnter- Odoiii, whose marriage took place several weeks ago but was kcpV secret until this week. Mrs. James Driver cnlcrtiilncfl O. C. Driver spent tlic week cue! her two table bridge club Wed- (with his family here. He is nl Bits of News Mostly Personal icsday night nl her home. Mrs. Miss Louise Lullrcll has gone lo Memphis to spend tlic week end Mrs. Glenn La- Braxton Urngg high score with -her -aunl, Vcllc. Mr. and Mrs. Millon Webb and Jr. nnd Mrs. n. S. MvDavld, of .Icmphls, were quests of Mr, -and Mrs. 'S. E> We1>b. • j'eslcrday, - . | Mr. nnd' Mrs. Renkert >Wcten- j ;amp have returned from several lays stay in Charleston, Mo. W. F. Rogers, of Osrcola, of (he Planters Production Credit corporation, attended lo business here yesterday. • Mr. and Mrs. William Lang were in Cape Girawleau, Mo., Sunday where they met Mr. and Mrs. Bcn- nlc Ilerfleld-aiid son, of Contralto, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gios, of Pana, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Gi'abcr, Misses Mildred Lang and Francisc Rosenlhnl - and Louie Applebaum prize, Mrs. Guy Bryant won second high, and Mrs. Snow Wilson ivon eiiesl prize. Mrs. i\. \V, Young Is entertaining her two table bridge club at her home this afternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. D. Driver were Memphis guests yesterday. Air. "and Mi75. A. W: Young and son, Andy and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. B. Young were guests ot Mv and Mrs. C. S. Stevens In Blythe- villc Thursday night-.. the head of Ihe Federal Farm Loan association at Augusta and Newport. More Permits Issued Under Milk Ordinance Hornersville Society — Personal ing school nest year had been visited and Ihe clinic for examinations for physical defects will be held at Dr. A. M. Washburn's office i»--tlie court house May 1. Mrs. Harry W. Halncs announc-' cd the meeting of the county council here April ai. 'The district, meeting will be held at Wynne .prll 10. The following nominating coui- niltee was appointed: Mrs. A. a. Yarbro Now Is Town Without Filling Station If you live at Yarbro and want to buy your gasoline nt home you are out o( luck. Though the town boasts a railroad station, mill, two cotton gins and several stores, there is no filling station.' But you would not have to go far If you should run out. of gas for there are seven stations now pany, and J. E. England, asking reimbursement for damages to his car in a Highway 61 accident. Smith alleges that England, as truck driver and agent of Baggett, left a truck parked on the highway at night time without lights and lhat as a result his car, in operation at the Missouri state Smith, line, one mile farther north. ;driven by his son, Charles Smith, I crashed into the nnlighted truck, 'causing' considerable damage to his car. He seeks $178. Gene E. Bradley Is attorney- for Dr. A, M. Washburii of Ihe Mississippi county hca'^i unit, which Is Ihe Inspection and grading agency for the city of Blythcvillc under its standard milk ordinance, today supplemented Ills grade announcement of March 16 with grades for milk of three dairies not lisled in the original group. Dr. Washburii announced that B. P. Drogdon sr. had been given ,,,„„„„„,„ jft Pcvmlt !oi- Ihe sale of Grade 13 (tended tlic' 'dance'"in "cipe"cil-' rBW mill! nnrt Hint .permits for the *ialc of buttermilk only had been issued to A. B. Coalter and P. B Jiirralt. lias Club. Airs. Hiram -Wylic was o Mrs. J.' E. Critz when she had tlic Thursday Bridge club this week She used jon(|Uils from Tier yard for decorations. Fine Against Motor Company Suspendee ardeau, Mo., Sunday. Charles Emerson Hall, -who at- cinls llie University of Mississippi it Oxford, Miss., is .spending (lie •veekend at home wUh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hall. Miss Ruth Eleanor Tucker, a student at Ole Miss. Oxford. Miss., s at home for the weekend. Her filler, C. F. Tucker, motored there (or her. Mrs. Clyde Davis" was draught home - yesterday in i\ Cobh nm- ' Judge C. liutancc from the Memphis Bap-'day. list hospital whore' she recently The court ordered halt of underwent a major operation. Her n c suspended during good condition is very good. She was acrninpniiicd by !:cr daughter. Miss A $70 fine" lor operating a truck without proper license was as scssed against the Shoiise-Llttl Chevrolet company by Municipa A. Cunningham ycslcr th be Mrs. n. P. Parks', Mrs. Mtlforrt Sanders, and Mrs. D. A. Ruffln shopped ,in Blylhcvillc Thursday. Mrs; Charles Cleary and sons, of Campbell, were tu lcs ' 5 of Mrs. cies." deary's tlslcr, Mrs. J. W. Lomax, Saturday. Mi,ss Elizabeth Holland who has been Ihe guest of Mrs. Kiley Knight for the past week, has returned to her home In Memphis Mr. and Mrs. George A. Quint: vc returned from Gainesville where they were guests ol civ daughter, ijiicille, who at- ids Brencati college. 13. P. Parks returned Tuesday om St. Louis, where he attendee business. He made the trip by inc. E. Allen returned Wednesday om Texarkana, where he was H •vtieiit in the Cotton Belt, hos- lal for an operation and treat- cut. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Egbert, who ivc been In Cniro, III., for sev- al weeks, arrived here Saurday, avlng Monday for St. Louis, here Mr. Egbert .has a position. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Kcnlev and The prize,, a . double deck of cards, went to Mrs. Charles L. Wylle.' " - ' ' A salad course, cherry pie and coffee were .served. '. . • * • Club Mcr-ls. Mrs. Max D. Miller had the Thursday Luncheon club when she decorated the small, luncheon tables with spring flowers. Iii the bridge games Mrs. A. G. Little won the. prize, pillow slips • * * EnlerUin at ~-~ ' Connlry Clul). Mrs Norbert • Srolding and her sister, .Mrs. George C. Little, cn- tertatned, 52 . guests at the country, club last evening- for a bridge Spring -ftowevs decorated th 1 maiitel .am}, small -bouquets of ycl loa jonquils were on the table when, tlifi refreshments of chickci , salad, .pherry pics topped .... Ruptured? [•tcome" and' see our Exper 1 -fitter. -here' for one da :day, March '23rd. 10 A. W illl 7 P M. Robinson Drug Co, orothy, who has been with her r Ihe past week. O. Slicnyo is rccclvinr. treatment I the Memphis ri;i|>llsl hospital. Irs. Shonyo, who accompanied 1m (here Wednesday, is cxpcct- tl to return home today or to- K'lrow lor a .short th'nc. Mr. ihonyo will, probably be there (or week. Mrs. Garhnd Morgan has gone o SI. Louts to be with her sis- er, Mrs. !,iitlier Williams, who .5 ill in a St. Louis hnspital. Mrs. K. B. Nolcn has gone wlor and proper compliance wit conations in Ihc tuluic. lu another case Gray Hnslfl >as fmcd S'J5 Cor reckless drivln Uolh cases Were handled liy B Avmslroni;, revenue department o fleer. ludson, Mrs. FlecLwood Joyner iiid Miss Mnry Outlaw. •Miss Outlaw's room won $1 /or he most mothers present. George Recdcr of Osceola high ichool conducted the' last class o'l i he study course in the high school .ibrary Tuesday night. March 19; subject was "Educational Pol-' At .one time Yarbro had lour sliitloiis. but because of the lower tax In Missouri their owners could not sell enough gas to keep them in operation. Sues For Damage to Car from Parked Truck J. F. Smith, well known farmer living on Highway 18 east of Bly- thcvillc, has filed suit in common plens court against C. S. Baggeit, doing business as Baggctt Oil com- Courtcr News Want Ads Pays Toothpieks and Goobers PLYMOUTH, N. C. IVJP) — A crippled peanut vernier, Schobic Johnson, has introduced a new wrinkle in the peanut retailing business. In each bag of goobers he sells is a toothpick. COUGH . . . Real Throat relief I •' Medicated with ingredients of Vicks VapoRub OVERCOMES BAD BREATH Ocorge Hunt gave u splendid review' of the autobiography of H. G. Wells. Wins Essay Award Miss Burnellc Bradley, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. R. L. Brartley, won the prize, offered by the Business and Professional Women's club of the city for the best essay.' In a contest sponsored by the group in observance of National 3usiness and. Professional Women's week. Misst-s Laura Hale and Cliiquila Douglas received honorable mention. STAR 15ARBER SHOP First Class Work Just back of Kirby's On South Second St. BOH returned Wednesday IcmpbLs, where they few days. Mr. and Mrs. Bit! Ilardin, of leinphis, were, week end guests Blue Star Kills The Itch Germs To pel rid of ilch, r,lsli, letter,fo itch, ringworm oreercnia,covcr\vitl\ soollmiff Blue Star pintmc[il%vhich contains '.cstcrt medicine lliat melts, Konks in quickly and kills Mm itch. Money hack if first jar fails. COMMON COLDS MRS. II. C. HAI,SEU,, Prop NO PRETTY^PICTURE But it Illustrates one of the reason! why 20 of every 100 children ar«, Buifering from impaired vision. Thru the ignorance or neglect ot parents one child in five starts 'school and life with this great ' handicap. Give their cyts proper li^ht, properly directed--the food of the eyes—and consult today with an eyesight specialist. He can show .them • new and wonderful world. J.L. GUARD Optometrist At Guard Jewelry Store Expert truss Fitter " here Saturday, March 23rd. 10 A. M. until 7 P. M. Conic In, Free Consultation. Robinson Drug Co. WE WANT A NAME! .The formal, opening., of,., a. ; )}ew Service Station at•<llie jtatc line will be lielil in a few days. W. J. Wun'tlcriicl 1 and Jamesi Sanders, operators of the station, will give as a prize for the best suggestion: FREE -10 GALLONS GAS AND 5 QTS. OF MOTOR OIL Contest Closes Midnight, March 2li • Hring or Mail Your Replies (o Courier News AMOTH£ WHAT DO YOU THINK/ ^^ •fl£ R£GUUR PRIC£ Of ^1 N€U) CAN IS CALUMtT BAKING POU)06RJH $0 gA$V IS^NOW ONLY 9^AtPipUND/^B TO OP»gN / r . aef^f ^.^^ e ^^^^^^ ^-"O ci Blyiheyiue School of Beauty" Culture . Open Soon 1st, Nat'I. Bank Bldg. For Details .See Mrs. Beiryman , At Elaine Beauty Shop IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT TOCAROJWRS ''? We have secured the service of Mr. M. L. Burklieacl, former inslmclor in (adovy body and paint departments and we are now fully prepared to render the very finest o( body and fender work and car painting. Give us llie opportunity of figuring with you on your next body or paint job. Body and Fender Work .... Car Painting by a Factory Trained Expert Phillips Motor Co, Complete Service All Makes of Cars Phone 810-777 NOW IS a Qood Time to Have YOUR Tractor Looked Over PHOME US AND WE Will COME OUT .t= AND IN5P£CriS YOUR —> TRACTOR Our Shop Is McCORMICK- DEERING SERVICE Hcc'fdr/iiarferj GENUINE IHC PARTS Used Don't Delay —Our Shopman Handle Your Job Quickly Now Y OUR tractor has impottant work ahead of it.' Let us look it over and tell you what it needs. There, is no charge tor inspection—and when work is needed our prices are reasonable. We have the experience and the equip-' ment—you are assured a first-class service, job when you turn your McCormick-Deeting Tractor over to us. DELTA IMPLEMENTS, INC. • L. G. Nash, Mgr. Phone 802 Next to Armory

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