The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 3, 1938 · Page 2
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BI/YTILBV1LW3 (AUK,) COURIBIl N13WS_ MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1938 - . , ^ i 'i Social Calenda , . (V v i Hurry* man »m,Mivand.Mrs. Joim Duel- mlllci, of SI. Louis, Miss Marie Maurcr of Capo Glr.irdcau, M' JONDAY'S Even** Maurcr of Capo i>mmu-»», «••• iw N p{ the P E O, meets ttnrt Mrs. Dletrlcli Olciviorpri, their *• T..7-.—.» w uainps at _..-.. u,.,.- lUnrnid Olcndornn , Church oi ^v„.,.,"»Ill* Mrs. O. D <Jl3(l rwn i .'DESDAY'S EVENTS g M&Uon'B club meets ^'f ease Taj loir , .. toy club meets with Mis , c, Sims , EDNESDAYS EVENTS pesday club metis «ltli Mrs Cunninghiip ury P. T. A, c\ecvll\e boaT< 5 at EChool at 3'SO.o'clock •t meeting at 3 o'clock HUHSSDAY'S EVENTS , societv ot the Ohmch o nmawilatc Conception ha\ neo pally at the Cathol 8,G!Tp m, Mis Joe Kcutc re Gerald Henle\ hostessc isday Lnnclieon club mee Mrs RU2=e!l Phillip-, rsday Contract club mec Mrs G O Caucllll reday Bridge club meets Loy Welch * VHW..--V-I---. arold Olcndorph and Mrs. Wilson. : ..•'•'•'•* a\e Pavlics rile parties given in honor of Mr id Mrs. Harry Pal toil, of Cicen ood Miss., who spent Ihe wee id Here, were attended by Irlend iey had known when they hvc ere until they moved to Green ood 18 years ago. The lareesl parly was given b I, and Mrs. W. D, Chnniblin Sat- rday nlBht when they entertained 2J guests for dinner, Other out of own guests were: Mrs. W. M. Mc- Kcnsie of Montgomery. Ala., wh. f orniertyUved.l 1 erc_aiidw I io f penl ^SrSisi^ ,*«.* Eu'ctora Farrls anil I^ivdis McLcod received priv.cs in the °Thc "hostess served refreshments of sandwiches and hot chocolate. nWl ,he rat.oi. Her , no,,,, Mr, . House" New Year's Day Twenty-four friend* and were Kticsts of Mro. •,;•••••'•— •clallvr:- I Hunch Hitclies Her Wagon to Stardom Again \VLIo Uilvnl*t v ilFL "' IJ and her alder. Mrs. J. W. llolmrs for an M 0|icn house" parly H«« Year's Bay. The guests were served n- delicious holiday dinner »Hor hlch they cnj»ycd an tnlonna islt and same of the guests playc-i aid gomes, Lillian Dietrich Dr. Joe E. B asley formery v . tho week cud with relatives In Ihlr city, wd Mr. and Mrs. Hal" J^k- soiVand Mr. and Mrs. Brnxlon Braee. ol Osr*ola, Th» dining room was docoialefl pink carnations nml other imslc ades were used in the cllnne menu, served In bulfcl style. Pussy willows decoralcd lh c living W sun rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphre Uerlaincd with a luncheon Sa> ulay at their home when me irt light marriage service Witnessed by the relatives and ho attended the wedding u itllian Dietrich n»d Di Beasley, which \vns solemn - iJSaturday, at me o'clock In ttomoan. The Rev Stuart H in performed the illes at, the I Presbyterian church bildal party ascended step nuance! aisle to tlie altar felabra,, tied with white satu weie arranged at each sid •e chancel and against a back d ot palms and fen\s mass jcfore the orean loft fajs of smilax hung o\ci the Bits of News Mostly Personal a ere Inctmtetl in the H guesls. The hilng room table had n novel «cn- «rplccc or red dl'Ples » n 5' '7 anew, arranged In a bed of foliage, , d tl e two small tables had slml- ot centerpieces. Red carrmtlons also decarated tlie two entertaining oms. i i The afternoon was spent In tening to the Sugar Bowl and Rose Bowl (odtball games. Mr, and Mrs. Samuel P, had a supper party Friday at their home, small tables wer arranged around the fireplace an the large table, from which th Imffot menu was sorved, was doco rated with TnllRinan roses, flanke with yellow lapers in brass ctmd <jllal, and for the major -\ mil niece. Mrs. E. S. CrllillcW, •-., cccla. who Is nl lhc surae hoii- al Mrs, .Johnson went clown ycs- duy lo be with Mrs. Ci'lhllelil. ed ghl. .vwja anc- n; "10 foot of the Icel while ferns and ciyslal T* wrought Iron floor uins ol '^gladioli completed tHc dec- is. «: bade wore a turquoise frock, It length, with tin accorclian led skirt and -short slse\es [fiat, trimmed with a full face k and oilier accessories wcic in in and she wire a shoulder of gardenias and \alle\ _„. Smis Mlcluo, fiibtcr of tho legroom, who lives nt Stcclc matron of honor She woie a pg model of beige with n (aider coriago of Hollywood lov liolders. Oiuurs. - .in Later, the U present wont to tl country club dunce. > > ' Tho chaiublins, Humphreys an Norrises gathered at tlin homo Mr. and Mrs: Edgar Borom, t olher host and hostess, ycsterd morning to tell l,Ue PatUns bye.' • ( f •••:••• W. 0. \V. to Install Officers . . , : . Members of the locaX chapter •: O W. MoCulchcn accompj down ' •Xlgar Horum, is with her. Byron Walker has returned t Vll'fiinla Mllllnry Instil lite where he Is altenains! school after K|>CIU\- hii! the Christmas holidays with his parent;!, Mr. and Mrs. 15. P. W'dkev Mr tiiul Mrs.'a. 1C. Ciarrclt find daughter. Mary HII'i. visited relative*; In llalh iiiul Memphis, Tenn., ilm-lMK llic recent holiday:!, rclum- iil' liouie Kiiliinliiy afternoon. Mlfiscs llletic Khorl, iiiv.1 Ester Jhaucellor, of Konnell, M«.'"l the k end with Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe \lcGcc. Dr. Humphrey Hnrdy, ol Alexandria, l/i,, Jamra Hardy, of Lu . Comiile, La., and Mrs. John And-1 s crson, of McuniMs, hiivr. rclunicd ' lo Ihnir homes ntler attending the wedding of Ur. .lee licascly and Mlsr. Ullhui Ullrich Saturday nflcrnoon. Mnx Dsrcy lias returned Id Cam- Ion Ark., siller visilluu his inotli- :r, Mrs. M, O. llsrcy. Mis 1 ; :?o::e Lniii. Mrs. Paulino I cull, Mr. mid Mrs. Pole LcnU, and Alexander Unli spent yesterday here as Buests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Lent!. Mi::s Mary Bpsiln Usrcy has re- altcnds Hie University of MlBsls rippl nftcr spending the Christmas holidays witli her mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Bob Oukninn and Miss Virginia Dickey were uncsts of Mr. an:l •Mrt. C. M. Gray yesterday en 'roiito lo Mcmphi5 after vlsHln"- 1 " Wilson Society — Personal Miss Frances Tarr of Memphis, returned home Saturday after a visit with her aunt, Mrs, Percy Vin- Dr. I. U. Johnson will go to Memphis tomorrow to be there for the operation of Miss Belly I.ee Me- ^rrf«v^? ™;«;±;- r^r y*** is Iho sprinK-hoarcl Mildred Harris wife of Charlie Mr' and Mrs. J. M. IllShl ""'M^fee^'Ma.T Catherine. Martin oavcn-of movies a score ot years S»?Ts Pietured In ihc dras.ni! room of a Brooklyn, N. Y., fflcv where she ^fe,™' 1 impersonates Orela uailio cent. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hill and sou, William David, returned Hits week frcm n visit with Iheir parents at Troy, Tenn. v Mrs. T. p." Johnson and small daughter, of Chalice, Mo., returned 1 to their home Saturday aftei ! spending a few days with Mr. am ' Mrs. W. O. Johnson. I Mrs. W. J. Ludwljj and childrei I have returned from a visit will I'luilves In Orau. Mo. Mrs. Howard BarLoii, who spen Chrislmas In Lcpanlo, Ark., ha returned home. Mi's. Thomas Lfiucy and soi Jimniy, Imvc returned from a liol day visit with her parents at Wynn The following young people wll leave in the next few days I various colleges sifter spending t! holidays with their parents: Mi Ruby Grain, Gulf 1'nrk Colleg Qiilfport, Miss., Jimmy Crnin, W Caulcy Military Academy. CliaU nooga, Tenn.. Jolin Enochs jr., Ui verslty of Ihc South, Sewan Tenn., Winston Hoover, . SUlc Colleijc, Slarkvillc, Miss S rah Morgan, Hcndrix College Co way. • Mrs. n. E. L. Wilson had as Wesson of Springfield, Mass., , Calvary Episcopal Church in Memphis Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Henry House and daughter, Dcmctra, of Memphis, Tenn., spent u few days here visiting Mrs/Harry Carpenter. , , , Tncse Horn here who attended the Overtoil-Wesson nuptials In Memphis Saturday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Grain, Mr. am rs W F. VMlson, Mr. and Mrs in Enochs, Mr. and Mrs. S. E genold, Mrs. Berry Grain, Mrs Ij. Bird, Miss Jewel Tyler an' J. Gricshabcr. At the Hospital* 1 i lias been ill for several days his home. . ', ' Willie Webster was removed from s home, 408 South Lake street, the Husband-Wall clinic today a Cobb ambulance. He IB ill om varicose veins of the legs. A son was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. L. Cough, of osceoU, Saturday t the Memphis Baptist hospial. Mrs. Cleo East, of Manila, was dmllteri to the Memphis Baptist ospital yesterday. Miss Marie Mayo, of Osceola, s a patient at the Memphis Mcth- txlisl hospital. Miss Helen Grimes under we operation for appendicitis la elit at Ihe Blyllievlllc hospital. Miss Alice Gaskln underwent a pcrallon for appcndicilis Saturd Klit at the Blythcvttlc hospita Mrs J. W. Widncr was (idm cd lo lhc Blylhevillc hospital unday. Mrs. Delia Harrington was dis- jlssed from the Blylhevlllc hos- illal yesterday. . Mrs Ella Delancy was dismissed rom the Blyllievillc hospital yes- erday. The Rev. J. J. Thompson was •MiHUAVB VODIl PHOTOGRAPH MADE NOW Satisfactory Work Low Prices SOUTHWORTH Over Joe Isaacs' of Pacluculi, Ky.. house guests of Miss Nelson, Freeman Robinson, nnd Hoy Nelson were in Memphis, Gnlurdnv • uiRht where they at tended the play, "Tlie Woman." Oscar Fendler and Miss Mars I'oin nltended "Tlie Women" li Don't take needless risks with IV^lllUUk p VI l-l- T-. . - , - i the W O'W. will liuve'an inslalH- tlon of oulcers and, a banket supper for"lhelr ..families Tuesday night,-' beginning at T.M o'clock. augliter, Boscmnry, spent Sunday Mlvcc Nc i £0 | lp orvetta Bmmmctt, Memphis Salurday night. Halls. Tenn.. sis guests of Mrs. __'__ : : Iglil's sister, Mrs. Herman Abor- alliy, nnd Mr. Abcrntilby. i Mr. nud Mrs. L. U. Clianiblln and | DIIS, Jack mid Don, • molorcd to | 'ronlon, Tenn.. yesterday where | ,iey were nuesls of. Miss . Davis j. Cecil Lowe and son, Jlmnilc, spent yeslerday with Mrs. bowc, vim Is'at lhc aiemphls Mctho:lsit lospltal. Mrs. Lowe is steadily iin- liroving and will probably be able lo rcluni home later in the v;cek. Misses EltaabelH and Evelyn UlylliB spent, tlie week end in LIUIc Rock us gucsls of Mr, and Mrs. Louis Stewart. Miss Winifred Goodrich was lhc guest of Miss Minnie Leo Mnhan isi Litlle Rock for Ihe weok end. Virgil Grecno was lu Wsst Memphis on a business trip Saturday. Alivin Huffman and Bttui. ' and Alvlu ir., returned home nd her accessories brown ' were In Intcrmciiatr _,„ bridesmaidi, were Miss Pearl luttz, of Cape Girardcau and Ma\ Logan Miss Schult? a frock of,dubonnet crcix; Lered at the neck and \\itl 11 skirt. Theresas a touch of in tre triminmg .Hid slie wore ,m accessories Her shoulder iage jWas of Joanna Hill ro^es. .Irs Logan's frock was of wood •eii, fashioned with a.full skirt I a draped neck around which Ire j ropes of peails. She wore! pwri accessories and a. shoulder ksage of Talisman roses, pi- Humphrey Hardy, of Alcx- rla, La., was Dr. Bsaslcy's besl „.! 'and the ushers were Paul . •etrich of Cape Girardeaii, bro-1 ler of the bride, and Max Us- j Iv, .of Camden, Ark. • '• |The nuptial music was played Mrs P. B Ooyuer, organist, who lie a frock of black flat cropc fcth Better Times roses. "O Prom- Me" and "Ah' Sweet Mystery Life" was plajert as the gucsls assembling and the Bridal js from Lohengrin heraldcn fie nedcune p-ir.y Strains of L 1 Amour \Toujours L'Amour" ac. npanied tne cxc:ianghig of the tows and • Mendelssohn's "Wedding (larch" was played for the rcces- .onal. Beasley and his bride left foi Dr. Beasley on anis bride left for i f two weeks wedding trip lo Forl Fla, where they will visit iie bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Tncmas C.' Beasley. olher iOints of Florida and New Orleans. j Upon their return they will make heir, home al their new residence It 1217 ChicKa*awlia avenue. Cut of. town guests at the wed- •rng included a number from olh'U of southeast Missouri, Df Leaslej having been" reared at lo H»? »ry . „ , , •Tlioi'lnfcrmedlalc- Siindw Sohool olnss of lhc Second Baplist church Saturday nfler a len day motor trip lo Mexico, New Orleans, point" along the Gulf -boast and Florida. Miss Mary Elizabeth Boruui mi-, derwcnt sin operation for appcm- dloilis at the Methodist hospital In Memphis this morning. Her cou- Relieve Their Misery This Proved Way W HEN there's n cold to treat— especially If it's a chest cold— lliat's no time" to experiment. Re- lievo themlsery with the treatment thnthasbcendouWsproiicdioryou. Here': Wh«t To Do: It's best to stay in bed nnd get lots of rest. Iiat llBhtlv, drlnU plenty o! water; and Ucan ollihiiiation regular. And use your dependable Vicks VapoRub without delay. VapoRub has everyday nsc in ^.u.^ ,.- ,''-v^ anv other medication of its kind— /iif tlicn>roi:nl by llic largest clin leal testa ever made on colds. (Fill details In every VnpoRuupaekaBC. only Vicks give you proof like this VapoRub isdirccterienuiZ tre at mcnt. No "dosing"—no stomac upsets. Just massage it on throat chest, and tac*. Then—to make is long-continued double action ••/-•v V--» last even lonccr— ?~3 ( J • spread a thick ^v-SLir-A ja yol . O n the chest V "'I'' i 1\ and cover with a f l'"11 t-'--l warmed cloth. tlo Long Wailing for flcliei to Begin... Almost before you finish rubbing vou begin lo feel warm and comfortable as VapoRub goes to wort direct through the skin like a Doultice. At lhc same time llsmedi- catcil vapors, released by th warmtli of the body, are carriec direct to the irritated air-passage with.qvcTil breath. _ .._.,, TKlsdoubleaclionlooseiis'phleB'm r M-eltevcs irritation', and .coiighSn" —helps break local cohsestion, An lo'rig'-after restful sleep comes.Vapo- Rub keeps on working. OUU COMPLETE SERVICE nsures Your Satisfaction PRESTONE * RADIOS * HEATERS * DEFROSTERS TIRE CHAINS PROTECT YOUR CAR AGAINST WINTER 24 Hour Service TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Call 633 Technical knowledge- practical experience- modern equipment: on these three we base our cleaning and pressing service. That is why our name has come to stand {or proper workmanship and promptness in delivery Let us show you the differ- ""WftUUHDlV-CLERHERS Phone 180 I! Everything for your enter* tainment and comfort. Last Time Today 'Vogues of 1938' with Warner Baxter ami Joan Bennett Also comedy and Movie Snapshots ilus Special News Reel Altrac- cn "Capture of Nanking." Also story of tlie P»nay Incident- Admission Matinee lOc & 26c ; Admission Night 16c , ft Me TUESDAY THEY RISK THEIR UVES ...TO PAOTKTYOUM! "SHE LOVED A What quality of tobacco goes into Camel cigarettes? This question, of interest to every smoker, is answered by the men who know tobacco from the ground up I F YOU waiiUo'know lhc quality of Hie lolwccon Hint BO inlo various cigarettes, hero is one ccvlnin source of information - Hie me" wlio .I'™ tobacco. They sell leaf lo the buyer who bids moat for it. rbcy liavc seen Camel bid and pay higher prices necessary to get choice piles of leaf. And they report olhcv planters who grow fine totacco have hail the sumo experience. That's why, lui one grower pull it: "Most planlcva prefer Camels." r Smoke Cnmela steadily, mid you'll rcaliw what fmoi, more expensive tobaccos mean in smoking. Head COLDS ^^^V^lHi^^^ Apply MeMholatum Ik FWM - tH» flOBUI • BUT MKTWNS T-l kjiCj A td Also Selected shorts "CAMELS ARE MADE FKOM more expensive tobaccos," says planter I3eckliai»Wright."lknow the kind of leaf used for making various cigarettes. Only my best lots arc IxniRlil for Cniuel." "THE CAMKL i'EOVLE bought tho best of my last crop," saya T. ff. Williams, to!;acco planter. "They paid the highest price. More expensive toliarco goes into Camel cigarettes all right." Tkls itvffy discomfort Aai annual Kate. iMiNTHOLATUM (.OMFOR.T Dally ;^%' eriamicr—doublv r delkious "I'VE KEEN Iff this county (ot RO years," says tobacco planter Ollio HazeH-ood. "I'll tell you where tho best tobacco BOOS. The choice lots of my crop are almost always bought by tlie Camel people. Every one on nur placoBniokcs Camels too-just' like me." "AN EXTRA GOOD CHOI',"says 5tay Spfmcil, whn lins r;ro\vn fine tobacco fnr many years, "and the Cfiniel buyer bought all ot my pood leaf. I've seen tlio real fine lots go to tho Camel r.copln year after year. 1 smoke Camels because 1 know ilie quality of tho tobacco they use." MEKT ATJ3Y SKIDMOKR, of Winchester, Kentucky. "I'm a lobuceo plniilcr," ho *W & as lie (!ispk\y.s SiCimc of !ii:; choice leaf. "Those Camel buyers iiay for tlie be.sl - and get it. The choice, lot;; ot my last crop brought me .a top price, ami Camel l.oo!< nil in iho fine lent that I hud. I'm a steady Camel smoker myself. Camels are the favorite \viih men who grow tobacco, Mr. Skuhnorc and the olhcv planters shown here bring direct evidence, thai Camels m'e indeed made from costlier tobaccos. Turn to Camels and see for yourself that those costlier tobaccos do make a real difference. ROXY , Admission Always lOc & tso Show "cry night. Matinees 1-n- day, Saturday * Sunday Only- Friday * San flay Matlnws «tan p.m. SalunUy Oo:itinuomi nE trom 1 lo lls'W P-™Night shows start 6:15 p.m. Last Time Today 1 BAFFtlNC WYSTERY! LARGEST-SELLING Carnol spends millions more for COSTLIER TOBACCOS. They are a matchless blend of finer, MORE EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS —Turkish and Domestic. with Charles Uuiglcy anil Rita Hayworth Also Fox News & Comedy . TUESDAY, FREE SHOW AT 9:00 a.m. SPONSORED »Y ELLIS IMPLEMENT COMPANY I Tiie. -Wed. -Thar. PAL MIGHTS! for «( Adulls I Ralph Morgan & Kay Linaker in 'The Outer Bate' Also. M*ected shorts <

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