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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 27, 1935
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PAGE TWO BIATHEVILLE. (ARK,) COURIER NEWS CTCL "" Social Calendar EVENTS MJS. W. li. Horncr entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. Thursday Bridge club meeting •,vith Mrs, Charles Wj'lto. Mrs. Byron Morse having Thursday .'Luncheon club. Sud.bu.ry P.-T. A. dinner at 1 p. in. and play at 8 p. m, at the school. , -, , .'if-- FRIDAY'S EVENTS "" ; ^Executive meeting of ihe Wort jijn's Missionary society of the First. Methodist church at 2:30 at the home' of Mrs. C. S. Stevens. '.'•"• SATURDAY'S EVENTS .MijiSe Department Woman's club meeting with Mrs. James 13. ;Cjjrk, 2:50 pjn. Methodist Society JUcts .• 'Mrs. G. G. Smith lead the study p£ "Orientals in American Life" presented lo the 28 members who attended the regular meeting ol . the Missionary Society of the First !£pthodisl church held nt the church Monday. Mrs. L. IS. Tull presented, the missionary bulletin. Club Has Guest * "Mrs. Frank Dtilancy was guest ot Mrs. W. Leon Smith when she had the Tuesday Contract club. "Her centerpiece of mixed spring lowers was especially attractive on the dining table and bouquets of- lilacs and jonquils were used .. irt! the living room. *Pl!low slips wdni to Mrs. W. D. Gbambltn for the prize. '.' «U ' ' * ». • Oiunty Council Howe Dfuionilration Clubs, Here .•> iThlrly-one Houlft't^dmonstvalion . CJlibs .-were represented' nt (ho County- council'of Home Dcmon- sftalion-Clubs held p at .(he Ely, (Seville Womnu's Club house at n nSmthiy- council • meeting and l.uncheon Saturday. ,'AIrs. Jerry White, president of (he council, presided. Al the roll cjtll by the secretary, Miss Ruby Woodruff, each club responded [ wllh the work that they were •' pfenning for Better Homes Week this year, i'; *Each county chairman gave n brief report of the work which hfd been-accomplished in her department, and which 'will be un. (feriaken this year. Reports from trie.'. Landscaping school held at ;Mjjrion'-'oW the 15th were given. • Eight home demonstration clubs arid the ; home demonstration agent, amended his district school. The points discussed ot (he meeting were given at. the council meeting. 'Mrs. Walter Wood, the county canning chairman, was absent but sent a report' asking the council, toniiscuss the contests which would be.;offcred the canning demonstrators this .'year. This includes the .Tri-Slate Fall- contest.* community fair Contest and the contest! which will be sponsored by the council. Mrs. O. R. Rcdford wns elected county home management chairman and outlined some of the things that might be done in her department to make Better Homes Week successful. Mrs. C. E. Lynch was detained at home on account of illness In the family but sent word that she wauled every niein: her fined who bought food stuff, .for the pot-luck'luncheon which had bepn bought. , "We want to. practice; living at home as. wfll ,as preaching it," Mrs. Lynch wrote. Mrs. G. S. Battle, county poultry, chairman. • was well pleased with reports from Ihc'clubs on the beginning of the poultry program. Eight clubs having 75. or more who reported that their baby chicks were thriving and eight clubs reported ' that they have broilers, • Two clubs have friers. Mrs. Dudley Moore, Promised Iiand, County 'Gardening chairman, asked for a report on spring gardens and the minimum number of vegetables that were growing lu tlie garden were seven and, the maximum i'£. The visiting committee reported that'Mrs. j; B. Johnson'ol Promised .Land Is In the hospital in Blythevilie, that 1 Mrs.'Waiter Wood is sick from a cold and Mrs. C. E. Lynch has sickness in the family. .The secretary was, asked to write th.ese. members. The fair committee reported that luuch interest was being shown and. hope that. it will be possible to have a county fair this fall and. the president will see the president of the fair association this week, and make final recommendations to, him in behalf ol tlie ..council. - Pot .luck luncheon was. served. • The .council.went on record as asking B.. N. Wilson, county administrator.^ il.v;;,: possible to Include some work; tl-ojects for the Women- in. the county program. Club, . ;Mcm.bers..ot the- Young Matrons Erjdgf. cjjilj, Incl.tidlne a new mem- b$r,' Mrs. Renkert Wetenkamp Kprc guMls of Jlrsj. Riky B Jones Tuesday afternoon. The.prize, a vase, went to Mrs. Doyle Henderson A salad «'as served with hot tolls, cookies and coffee ISH' Club Meets Al Bjack Water Reports of work done recently •sere made by members of the Black WaUr,4 r tt dul) v,hlch m s t last Friday afternoon The meeting was presided. o\er ,by Maxltio ) e .P;«ifi?n;; Most of the rwe starfcd 'their oro.' thi Jccts. Troy Mullins, assistant coun- ngeiil, met will) (he club ami discussed the different projects for the boys. The rhib boys have received lelr record books for this year ami the girls lire having (heir record books sent ( 0 them. The clubs plan to give H program at the next meeting. Mr. omer bpm-tock the dub sponsor, wus present \vllti the 20 members. Fomlmi-Liinsfurd Announcement has been made or the engagement of Miss Mnbe Fondrcn of this city, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II, j. Fondrcn ol Luxora, to Mr. burrcl Uinsford son of Mr. and Mrs. Exlcs Lunsford. The wedding will be solemnized Easter Smiduy, April twenty- first. Tlie bride-elect Is a (jradimte of (he Luxora hfjjli school and rc- ceivcil her nursing training al tlit Blylhevllie hospital, ijeforc golnt to Luxora eight years iigo she resided ni Drew, Miss. Mr, Lunstord, who Is a member of an old Blythevlllc family is connected with the Arkmo Lumber company. He attended scltoo here. * * * . Tnilnlni' School At Armorel Church The Armorel Baptist church wll conduct u five njght« tralnim, school beginning April i i,t 7 :3U . m. Each night's work will be li'idcd Into two -15 minute periods with « w minute Intermission whch will be spent In demonstrations. The (acuity will be composed of ic Rev. Cecil Meadows, pastor who will teach "Tho Books of hte Ulble" by Moore. Miss Margaret 'rultt will teach the Intcrmeillate a- Y. P. U. munuel byE B Lcc Tho teacher of the Junior munuei by Mrs. Lambdin, hus not yet been selected. A cordial invitation to those Interested in B. y, p. u. work to uteml the school hus been issued. LUllo Theater To Have Business Mcetlur.. The Little Theater group will have n business meeting Thursday evening, 7:30 o'clock, al the court room ol the city hall, it MS been announced by the president, Mrs. Anne Stevens Potter At that time the date for the first piny "Let Us Be Gay" will b» •set: All 'members' are urged to be present. Literary Department "Ismlicrs." Study Gcrin.uij. The Literary department of the woman's club had an interesting ncetlng Tuesday nftcnioon nt (lie home of Mrs. Gnthrie King when 21 -members present heard a discussion of German Jileratiirc. Mrs. James Hill discussed brlqf- y, llteralin-e .In Germany since he liijio of Qoetlu'. The Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor of the First Baptist church, sv.ake interestingly on "Germany As I Saw. It," which was enthusiastically received. Mrs. King served refreshments :efore the brief business session n which announcement wns made .lint the April program on English Itcrnlurc would be held at the home of Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer with Mrs. c. G. Rertmau also hostess. .The May meeting will celebrate the centennial of Mark Twain with a program and picnic on Ihe banks of the Mkslssiuul river. ' Sou Horn, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Howard of jsccola. Route 3. announced the I birth of n son, weighing 8 1 ,-'. :oiinds.. on March 2S. He Iras teen named James Howard Junior. Thespian Cliih Meets. The Tliesplnn Dramatic club had Is weekly meeting Monday ovcn- •iiff. preceded by a buffet supper. The third course on dramatics wns given by the sponsor. Mrs Wilson Henry, nnd parts were issigueri for two plays. The n present included one Hiicst, Mrs, L. E. Tull. and one iciv mentor. Joe Wright. Voung People's Council "I. K.' (•lliirch Meets Here. The Mississippi Counly topic's council of Methodist churches met last evening nt the wme of Mr. and Mrs. Murray. 13 Hose. The 17 present Included young, penplo from n number o i rom- ntinitics in the county. FollowiHR the biistness session rcfreshincnls were served » * • Prasliylcrhn Womcii Install Oiyicrrs In ,V Nijhl aiecKiij. OITlcers of. the Woman's auxiliary of the First. Presbyterian church for the new church year vere installed arid.reports'tor the last year's achievements given in a night meeting of the organization Monday at the church. The officers are: Mrs. Leslie '{coper, piesident; Mrs. C. M. Bray', vicc-prcitdcnt: Mrs. Clics- xr Babcock, secretary: Mrs. Fred Eandefur, treasurer; i(m. James B. Clark, historian; Mrs. B. R. .'•/ri. secretary of foreign mls- sions; Mrs. U. C. McLean, ^ !Hiy of asse/iibly's home missions; Mrs. George Muir, secretary of Synodlcnl nnd Presbylerlal horns missions; Mrs. B, E. Vail, secretary of spiritual life;' Mrs Hoss Slovens, secretary of lllcra- lure; Mrs. Sliinrl H. Salmon, secretary D( Christian education ami ministerial relief; Mrs. Byron Morse, secretary of religious ertn- fiitigj); Mrs. Roy Walton, secretary of Christian .vociol service; Mrs. W. A. Dobyn-s, secretary ol Pastor's Aid; Mrs. Louise Crane Hller and Mrs. !|. 'c. Holder £0cretarlcs of social activities- Mines. T. J. Mulmii, G. W. Plllaj huiity, Ztil 13. Jj«n-lson and Dick Webb, circle chairmen. W\u liev. Stuart H, Salmon Inslnltat (he officers In mi impressive ceremony before the circle chairmen drew names of members for the coming church yenr. As each officer gave her report she cnrried a ribbon from Ihe door of a miniature church on a table, above which hung a map of two hemispheres, and pinner It on various places on the mop. This showed how, the auxiliai) had can-led out the program of tlie southern Presbytcriim church In Its various phases of work and in ministering- (o missions mid home and abroad, touching every part of tlie world. The devotional, mi the theme "Bring Them Hither To Me" wus Ulven by Mra. Bnbcock with Mrs. P. B. Joyiier presiding nt the piano for the several hymns sung. The social room of the church MIS attractively tlccomteil with violets and narcissi, in the soclnl hour members of ihe lluslncss Women's circle served sandwiches, cuke and COITCO with favors of iiilnliitiirc Easter rabbits and esus oj Netis Mostly Personal Biythevillc School of lieauty" Culture Open Soon 1st Nat'l. Bank B)dg. For Details. See Mrs. Berrymnn At Elaine Beauty Shop. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Cox have returner) from St. Loiik where :hey purchased merchandise. Msr. Allan Walton mid Miss ['Yaucisc Hoscnlhal spent Mow(iiy n Memphis. They accompanied VIrs. I Itosenthal who Is spending the week there. Trunk Webster, of Jonesboro, ins arrived here to be connected vith the Terry-VYorthhiBlon TitlO] company us abstractor. He Is mak- Hg his home with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Stovull until Mrs. Webber oins him In two months. Mr. and Mrs-. A. Conway have •eturned home froiu Bilosl, Miss., '/here they spent a week. They verc accompanied by Mr. nnd Mrs Godfrey White, of Osccola. Raymond; Schuuick wclit to Memphis today for Ireatmcnl ut he Crisler clinic. Mrs. Schmuck and his mother, Mis. A. Wcrt accompanied him. He plntts (o rc- nrn tonight. Among those froi)1 Ul(s dtv (V||Q intended the Better Homes ex- nbit nt the Memphis nitclUorhttn vestcrday weru: Mr. i mt | M i- s D. Ferguson, MI-. an ^ Ml . s Loy Wilcli, Dr. and M, s . s p' Martin. Russell Phillips, c w A/Ilick. Eddie B. David, Mines Roland Green. Edgar Hcrrick, trtwln Robinson, o. c. Ganskc, Dwight Bowcn, w. P. Brewer ami P. E. Cooley. Mrs. o. Shonyo Is e.xpecled to •cturn homo today from Mem-' )his for a brief slay, shs hus been with Mr. Shonyo. who is undergoing treiitmcnt at the Bun-' list hospital. H Mrs. G. H. who la at the Memphis Methodist hospital where she underwent an operation, is rapidly improving- and expect,, to return home the last of the week. MmeVA. Conway. J. A. Lscch, C. W. Afllick and A. G. Little will lonvc Pdctiiy for Natchez Miss., to attend (ho Pilgrimage. They plan to be nway several days. Mines. S. s. Slumbers. Howard Prootor. George M.. Lee,- Paul L Tipton and Russell Fan- nnd Misses Margin-lit Merrill; and corn Lee Coleman arc in Memphis today for the meeting of the executive board of the Forrest city District federation of Women's clubs. Miss Joy Cnurilo. who hiis been the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bnllnni Caudle, for '.several days, n-ill return loino'riow to her home' in 'Paris! Tonn.' she wns accompanied by her. brother, fialph fhd Mrs. Caudle. Mrs. Ed Twlnkler has returned to her home In Grace Hldge, Mo., nfter three weeks visit wilh her mother, Mrs. Sara Alice Kemp, who died recently. She was accompanied home by Mrs. Joe Atkins, Miss Virginia Kemp and Mr*. Myrtle Halslcnd who will return today. ' - lygDNESDAV.'- MARCH ."8?' t ''' Fashions for Evening Shape Up to 1935 Figures Luxora Society — Personal On WwtDCsdny, March 20, Hie Hound Lake Home Demonstration club iiml the Luxoru, club Ijete. a Joint meeting In (lie Luxora Community house. Thlrly-iour members were iiroscnt. At 12:30 Miss Cora Lee Colo- mnn, comity hpnic demonstration agent, arrived and, alter thanta ivas given fay Dr. R. A. Klmbrough, pastor ol the local Baptist, cliurcti, a delicious "pot luck" luiipbeon was served bulfct style. Each ylivtc w»s decorated with a St. Patrick lnvor. At 1:30 the house wiis called to orUer by Mrs. Ricliard Revlet president of the- Lnxora club. Mrs. 0. P. Dunn gave an iulereslinu report on the Morion inecUiig. Miss CoJcniai! addressed, the diib on (ho seven divisions of cl'uti work after which home management mid gardening were discussed at length by the members. The next meeting of the L.uxora chil> "'ill be on rtiiril 17. Club Members Urged to Prepare Exhibits MANILA, Ark.—Members of (lie Manila l-H clubs were ureed lo plan fair exhibils by Miss Cor; t LEO Coleman, home demonstration ngcnt. who spoke at the month.!) iecdiiE hero Thursday. Troy Mullins, assistant count) "Sent,' look tho boys to Cowan and; Goija's mule barn to Jud&jc some cattle. He discussed the pos- slbllty ot n demonstration team in stock judging from the 4-H club While the boys were gone, Miss -olcman yuve Instructions on how :o judge canned tail She iilso talked about how to plan a menu Captains were elected for encli club, ;is, follows: jjiH'rtcnlns, Wan-> rter Waancr and. Mildred Lowsry; cooking, Emma Jane Craflon; poultry, cico Ooza. Each captain was given a record book. Quarterly Conference Dates Fixed by Elder LEACHVILLE, Ark., March 27 — The Kev. Sam B. Wiggins, presUf- ng elder of the Joncsboro District ws announced the second quar- erly conference for• his district as follows: pell chaise, at Hnlf Moon, March 31, A. M.; Lake treet, Blythevillc, Morch 31, p ; Joiner, April 1, A. M.; Osccola, April T P. M.; Mouctte charge it Maccy. April M, A. M.; Leach- vllle, April u. p. M. ; Tyronra April 21, A. M.; Lcpanto, April 21' ft M;; Lake City, April 58, A. M.; fccttleton und Bay, at Bay, April 28, P. M. This NewC.ream Sep. (trator Bottle Gives You About One-Half Pint of Cream From Each Quart of Craw Milk. TKcrp Arc'' ' .MORE. GOOD'."CUBS •Or Coffco In Every' - -round. Of .So Tonight's ftlilk Delivered i Time fur Your Breakfast. CRAIG'S DAIRY Phone 74 Heavy -fllk In black and irliltc sirlpw fashions:-this, dinner dress designed by «'orlh. The llowliif sliirl opens on tq a narrow uiulcrskirt of the same material. Di:un.inle buttons sparkle oil the blouse. PARIS—The new- have accjuireft BV HOSE'I'TE IIAKGUOVI-; NEA Service SUIT dmcsiioiulcnl evening styles ... a distinctly 1035 stamp, due largely to the nc- know.lcdged diflercnce in,,the sll- houelt'cs of women of-'today' and in 1000. Hips are no longer prominent cr even unduly round- eel; busts are smaller ami waists slimmer. Women have learned to appreciate .Hip griice o£ • fi!«sclcs developed proportionate to their s(;i- tiire und the imporlance ol ptoper foundation garments; so even if they choose til? full-skirted dress, they still will not look anachronistic, a result fashions reminiscent of past eras never fail to achieve. The streamlined, sculptured, or draped gown of this spring also, acquired an easiness of line which adds to its attractiveness. Skintight bodices and skirts have been replaced by fullness introduced at strategic points, without breaking the continuous line, which.. is distinctly flattering to the-average figure. About Kobe . lie Klyle Tlie picturesque, extremely full skirt preferably should be worn either by (he very young or the more mature woman. In the former case, H docs not matter whether it adds a year or two to the wearer's twenty odd summers, and In the latter case, it enhances natural dignity and jioise. For the woman between thirty and forty, the robe ric style is full of pitfalls. It is difficult to tell what styles will araiime first place during Ihe coming months, but the Indian dress will probably be seen qucntly. Alls andl- Schiaparclll are resiwnsible ,fqr this exotic mode,-which strangely enough, is at the same time practical and becoming. . Gorgeous,, stiff, satins, rustling taffetas, billowing organdies'' and ijtjjS gossamer laces and tulles are all mediums employed for the pictu ( - c dress. Uecolletes vary:' from thu strapless, backless affair to square deep fi-onl decolletefi and-'h|»il backs ot'. Ui the case, of the sllsjjti ly less formal but KjiiaUy full dlii, ncr dress, to no cjecolleie atjj!|, • m wlilch case a modest kittle tttfiiv J ck collar and short sleeves'are ' worn. ;' ' Bold Color Combinations Evening colors Include magenta, puce, violet, brown, stajnei - gluss blue, dove grey, orange n|id amber shades. Prints In lloral <|e'-. signs and stripes, in plaids, d,ots • ami checks abound in every collection. The noticeable tlilnu '• about them all Is that color, combinations are much mote bold • than In previous years, Rochas : lias a bird print and some dellgh£- ful floral taffetas coptecl from o|d. documents, usunlly multi-colored f designs on black or dark grounds. Pntou's printed mousselines and crepes ate. daring in. coloring —i sweet peas on a deep blue' ground, long-stemmed carnations on blaqk' —but a great number of his even- ' Ing dresses are in plain shades,' amber dominating as his new colr ( or. < H- is probable that. black ri>|,1' white will retain their .supremacy for moro formal occasions! always enlivened by a touch pf color— sash and straps or a i huge nosy of flowers. '..•:.-. The average ailull'.person drinks approximately a. tori-of''.water every sear. • '..'.'. SavedHerM She was about to postpone the washing thai morning, due to a bad. headache. But after taking Carmdine she felt fine and finished the work'before noon. When headache Is d«c ;lp fuuc- tloiml rtlsturbances. Capiidinij works wonders. It conlaliio several Ingredients which net togittitr to glvo quicker relief. Also rpK'ps'lire 4uc-to colds, ncnralgla, 'iina.'for-'iimtcular and Joint, aches. Ask,,rot qa'ji'udlhs Liquid or the m6aifled"lonuuia, Capudlna Tablets'.''':: ' ". . Vnn/ing coinhinnttort offer! Hcgn- !ar Si5 Philco Model 29X and $7.50 World Globe Lamp — full .«82.f>0 for only $69.50 ami jour old rniliu Itiis oiTcr Insist Dim'i miss this II1G SAVING on n luical model I'liiJ{.-(?, AIIKTI'CH'S finest rudiol World PHILCO lcAL 193» riiilco **X" model. Crls irorlcNmtfo vtccpliou—progTiuns from Europcs S<mtn Aincrico, tlio/Oricnl as- Nvdfas (I, S. Has llio famousriulco lu- clincd-Soiiiidiug Board ivliicli gives vou the niiuL glurious.toncin radio, Lairs I fcnlurcs uicluding SUai3a^ Tuning^ 5^^^ Compensation, Tone Control, rlc. Cabincu>ri>can- Iifiil,£raiur4 baud-rubbed Si i.-^ , , \ irorld \ Globe ^ LAMP truf, dia- rtivv, and usu- l I Uns« U (i up-lo- ilalc World (;iolm scale, tinic . I of fcircigu r.idio stations aiifl otbcr exclusive fca lures. Parchment shade **'iib dc.Hca to Grecian design in cold and brown. I 1 ? incbcs bigli, VALUE, 57,50.; oji this limited offer /or IES5 than the price o/ radio ft/one/HURRY! NiiyRECO. HESS* E. O. EXTRA SPECIALS For Thursday . Friday - Saturday Clean-up of short lots, .specials on new bprunj merchandise. You can prepare now for Eastei;.. SWAGGER SUITS Our entire stock of ladies' $16.95 anil ^19.95 Swagger Suits in all tho leading shades and styles. Some with sets hats and purses. They must be sold! CHOICE 10 .88 100 SILK DRESSES One rack c f 100 Silk Dresses, regularly priced al $9.95. A big assortment— Tunic efrecl.s Street, Sport an d Sunday nigljt. They must be sold! Clioico ' :r . . -• O.VE HACK LADIES' BEAUTIFUL NEW -SPRLVG SILK CREPK DRESSES IN THIS LEADING NFW' SPRING SHADES, AT ONLY The new fad in shoes—Gingham Sandals—have just come in. Very new and different from anything else. Sou them, in our slvpw'window; •' Ladies Full Fasluoiipd; Silk;H»se:- Bc'suve to sen our Millinery Deplt. A complete, stock ot Ladies now Spring hats for Easter. Lots of Other. Specials in Men's Fiiruishiiigs '• HESS Inc. Across tlie Street From Kit* Theatre

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