The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1934 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1934 II. 0. CJEETg Leaders of Patriotic Societies Will Attend Convention Here. Promlnent leaders of a number 'f women's organizations of Arkansas will participate, in the 39th BLYTHEVILLE. (ABKQ COURIER NEWS NEXT WECIV at Blytheville s Theatres THE RITZ .'British Agent," then story of until her Prince Chnvmlng conies great love vying with almost fan- along and opens wide the atlcnl patriotism, set In ..the mail, of wonderland to her. cliaollc background of, the. ftus- —--D-".*.." u. L ...... -„.... wnu ui nit; musical nigmitini. slan revolution, opens a.t the Hitz of the picture Is the Cinderella Theatre Sunday and Monday, with ball, featuring n nock of ilnncliit, two brilliant screen smrs, Leslie beauties, the Downey Sisters and •"••uuu n 141 pul lH-JJVillt, ill lilt. Julll " •"" annual convention of the United t'lowiud nnd tlie beautiful lo.-.y The Hvc" cinilVrciins Daughters of the Confederacy lo Ff ancis, heading- n large and ml- llP llalll llovrt /~i/,t/^l<n. n-> fit llf ' PlltPlI cnct 'ML,n >ln,l. for held Here October 23, 24, 25. An array of outstanding speak- lias been assembled by'' Mrs, James B. Clark, Blytlicviile; Mrs] Charles A. Haynes, Hope; Miss vnurjes ft. naynes, Hope; Miss ul """i « me siant, .realistic story who knows how to get | n ( 0 Aurelle Burnside, El Dorado, and of " le writer's own experiences in l)le, -bjit belter still knows Mrs. L. M.' Hudson, Turrell, mem- Pelrograd In, the days .when (lie to gel out again ' The en bers of the program committee. sll 'ceis ran ; red with blood, headed by Hichard Alien, Foremost of'these will bn noiifrni Leslie Howard nlavs lht» *\nvt Luuiim nmi M.*vi^,.i rt o,,...^. Foremost of these will be General Rice A. Pierce "of union' City, Tenh., commander in chief 'of the United Confederate Veterans; General Charles A. Desaiissure of Memphis, piist commander in chief .of the United Confederate Veterans, and General r>. M. liulliiig- , ton of Memphis, commander Trans-Mississippi Department, United Confederate Veterans. Greetings will be brought by Martin Sigmon of Monticello, president of the Arkansas chapter of the Pounders and. Patriots of America; Mrs. P. M. Heerwagen of Feyetterllte. vice president of the Arkansas chapter of the Daughters of the . American Colonists; Mrs. R. N. Garrett of El Dorado, regent of the state chapter of the Daughters of the. American Revolution; Mrs. J .D. Hammonds' of Hot Springs, president of the Arkansas • group of the Daughters of 1812; Mrs. T. P. Giacomini of Clarksville, president of the Arkansas Department of the American Legion auxiliary, and Mrs. 1. W. Velvin of LewJsvllle, president of the Arkansas Federation of Women's clubs. Will Unveil Memorials The three day session will also be featured with the unveiling of boulders at Blythevilic and Osceola, in memory of the Mississippi county Confederate veterans, a historical meeting presided over by Mrs. Charles S. Lowthorp of Hope, Inspired by (he best selling nov- .„.-,«.,• ,ur uuve. wnicn comes si of the Internationally famous Thursday and l-'riday lo the Ritz nuthor. R. H, Bruce Lockhart, the leiis the story of n young ••' . . , , drama is the stark, .realistic story ... Howard plays the part of the author himself while Kay Francis, n beautiful' anil , aristo-- cratic Russian lady dedicated to tne Hed cause, is hts beloved. Because the aims of their countries were at variance, they plot- -ted against each other, the woman going so far as to Inform Die dreaded Ch'ckn. Russia's secret police of her -lover's whereabouts to that they could assassinate him, yet her love mad? her go to him so that they might die in each other's arms. Among those in more important roles are Irving Pichcl, Walter Byron, Ivan Simpson, Hutllwell Hobbcs, Arthur Aylesworth and J. Carroll Nalsh. With outstanding films at both the Ritz and Roxy theaters Sunday and Monday, next week's program otters a varied scope in entertainment. Along with Leslie Howard and Kay Pcatich; at the Kitz in "British Agent" Herb Mahler and his 12 piece orchestra will give a stage shop. This orchestra direct from the Hotel Statler roof for 18 weeks, has been featured over KMOX and KSD, St. Louis' At the Roxy with Edwin G Robinson In "The Man With Two Faces" will be shown the comic "Three Little Bears." An unusually clever, clean and wholesome 'Romance president of ' the stile TJ. D. C.', \ mantle screen Mrs. Jess Martin of Russcllvllle, historian, and Mrs. John Carter of El Dorado, recorder of crosses, and the memorial service at which Mrs. Ross Mathis, of Cotton Plant, will preside. . , A number of interesting soda alfairs have been planned by. other . Blytheville,'organizations. The Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the O. D C. will ha*^ a reception on Tuesday evening at' the city auditorium hb'ripringv'the,* Visiting-' guests: On Wednesday 11 the -local chamber of commerce will entertain with a luncheon, at the Woman's " club The Delphian Fine Arts' club will have a tea Wednesday afternoon at the; country curb. On Thursday the American Legion auxiliary will have a breakfast at the Hotel Noble and tlie closing, luncheon will be at the Woman's club,,the courtesy of the local u.b.C. chapter and the. Woman's club. At the opening session various local groups will bring greetings. They are: Mrs. Henderson C. Hall, president of the hostess chapter; Miss Patty Shane, president of the Children of Confederacy; Mayor Cecil Shane for the city; W J Wundcrllch, vice president of the Chamber of commerce; Russell Phillips, president Rotary club; C. J. Little, commander. American legion; Mrs. O. \V. McCutchen of American Legion auxiliary; Marcus Evrard, president Lions club; Mrs. J..W, Bader of Woman's club; Mrs. James Hill Jr., ^resident Delphian Fine Arts club; Mrs. R. L. Bradley president city council Parent-Teacher associations; Mrs J.: G. Barnes, president Business and Professional-Women's .club; Mrs. Chester R. Babcock, presi- • dent P. E. O.; Mrs. .M. Filzsim- ^mons, worthy matron Eastern Star. President's Dinner Wednesday Mrs. Charles M. Young, of Helena, will give the response to the .the state president's personal aide -and Miss Jane Barnes and Claude IWhitworth, of Blythcviilc, are to I welcome, Mrs. James B. Clark will Present the state president. Mrs. f-' M. Heerwigen, of Fuyetteville ym present the honorary" stale presidents to which Mrs J T Beal, of Little Rock, will give the response. Mrs. Earl" Cunningham, of Prairie Grove, Is to give thS presentation of past stale 'prcs'l- denls to which Mrs. George Hughes, of Beiiton, will respond. The Presidents' dinner Wednesday evening; at the Hotel Noble will be 'presided over by"'"Mrs Homer T. Sloan, of Jonesbpro, and Mrs. T. D. Rambo, of Widener. Mrs. Wilbur Jones, of Hope, is be aides lo the Confederate veterans. Miss Ruth Dillalmnty of Blytheville. will bo flag bearer. I'ages are: Mrs. Edward Segravcs, of Luxora, Misses Martha Robin- Son, Patty Shane, Nina Barnes, Mary Adah Robinson, Evelyn Smart Virginia Martin, "jane Branson,, Mary Kathcrinc Dillahunty, Martha Bobbins and Gladys Smotherman. Bill Robbins will assemble tlie convention. Officers of the state U. D. C. ore: Mrs. Charles S. Lowthorp of Hope, president; Mrs. Earl Cunningham of prairie Grove, first vice president; Mrs. Paul Hcer- _,n.of Fayeltevllle, second vice prudent; Mrs. J. P. Brown o! Ultle Rock, third vice president; -Airs.,John Prunlskl of North Llt- Ue Rock, recording secretary; Mrs. George Sprajgins of Hope, corre- Is Universal'^ Rain," n ro- P'ay will) music. --- "• (-""/ Ultij (IUI3IC, winch opens Tuesday at the Ritz for two days. Roger Pryor (of "Moonlight and Pretzels" fame) and Heather Angel, lovely young English actress are happily der mystery thriller, opens at the Roxy theater Sunday and Monday with .Edward G. Robinson in the stellar role '. It is said to be one of the most baffling mysteries ever presented with a strange and unusual denouement. The story deals with a theatrical family, the identity of which is not disclosed, in -which there are several brilliant players, in addition to the mystery anMc the picture takes the spectators behind the wings, giving them a peep into the private lives of the folk of the stage.- It also carries a strong romantic' angle. The mystery evolves about the strange murder or the husband of. a brilliant actress, a man of evil mind and with a hypnotic ' manti jnated "as the in the film. The story is of a modern Cin* — *" " 1,'uuclll Vjlll- 1]1 1 derella. who, like her famous ,.,-cd namesake in fiction, is beset will poverty and drudgery at honu One of the musical The "Ready Paramount picture Love." wlilcli comes Lupino and Marjorie who knows how to get Into Irou- how cast 1: . Id! Hambcan. , In! "Ready for Love." Idu Lu pino-.-ulnys the role of Marigold Tate, a young, Impetuous filrl win upon her nrrlvnl In a small towi creates a bad reputation and be. ccmcs involved in a scandal. Bui Marigold -is not the type to b downed by a bad reputation, am with perfect unconcern ma scandal pay her big dividends. Rlchnrd Alien, as a young rdi lor, Is actually resi»nslble foi Marigold's plight, for It is lie win misinterprets an innocent lark 01 Marigold's and spreads i new mm | n jL Se ir promises more than usual for loca across the front page of his paper iniiil Marigold finds hersel the center of a national scandal A picture which, according to al advance reports, tops any westcn drama George ,. O'Brien has ye filmed will be shown at the Rita Saturday. This is "The Dude Ranger," dc scribed ns a thrilling S a«a of In, Arizona cattle lands. The fac that Zane Grey is the author o the far audiences In the way of excitement, romance and Aiitlientfclt) of background. This time Grey tells the story o Ernest Sejby, sophisticated but sturdy young easterner, who comes to Arizona la claim a rnncl inherited from 'his uncle. Before he has an .opportunity lo make liir identity. known to the rancl manager, his suspicions are arous "0 by tlie disappearance of sev era) hundred head of cattle. Mistaken for a cowboy in scare! of a job, he decides to masqucrndi •" this role until he has clearci 11 , ------ «*«u ^<tm \.\. ''' mlsll!m ' !lin 3 of the ranch n hc his fl influence over his wife. ' There spending secretary; Mrs. James B. Clark of Blytheville, treasurer- Mrs. Jess Martin of Russcllvllle historian,- Mrs. Prank Oerig of Arkadelphia, registrar; Mrs. John ?rl °, f El DoKld0 ' recorder of cross.es; Mrs. P . j. Rice of UM Rock, custodian of nags;. Mrs W. wife herself, and brother. he has discov reason lo extern the person of tin sects, including (he well as her lover 'The Love Captive," the strangest story ever told . of n rascallj Physician who K'tcldjs his deadlj hypnotic powers over beautiful women patients, lias been booked b> the Roxy theater Tuesday, Wed- ARKANSAS MUNICIPALS Arkamas Pensions HijfhH-ays & Roads Blyllicvillc, Wilson, ' Osccol.1 and I.uxora BoiiJs We niainlain an active market for,the above bonds. Get Onr Quot.iliuns W. J. Herring & Co. INC. •-Investment Brokers I.1TTI.E KOC'K, ARK. Hall • Phone 4-3300 BIdg. L. D. 31 HOT SNYDFR'S f AFflE SHOP Special 50c Sunday Dinner I'ine.ipple Cocktail Chicken Bisque Combjn.-Uion Salad Aspic Choicc.,of Meats;,; ' . ' :.v, v. R ^!?(i Yo ." n ff Hoi, Sage Dressing "•' ' •:•' Friea 'Spriny Chicken, Cream Gravy Slirulc Club Steak Re-ist Prime Kib., of Beef, An Jus Itoast Ham of Pork, Apple Satire Snow-flake Potalora, Strinr Beam, tyonnalse Baked Corn, Spanish style, Hot Rolls Banana Cream Piitldinir Tea Jillk CofTcc A .I/A CARTE SPECIALS r-arp T-Horie,ynch thick, with potatoes - G5c Beef TendjSrtoin, wrapped in bacon, waff Jed potatoes - - .(Oc Small T-Kone Steak, with potatoes - - - .I0c Fried Oysters, Selects, |/ 2 do7en 30c Special Club Sandwich, a wholc m?a , , 0c -"Hest Coffee in America" lesday and Thursday, Tlio leads ere portrayed by Nits Asther ns tho doctor, and Gloria Stuart, who plays a helpless mnso whom he lellborately hires away from her sweetheart and makes a victim' of of his diabolical schemes. Olhcrs in the cast are 1'anl Kelly, Alan Dliiehavl, Renec Gmld, .he English musical comedy .star vyhoin Carl Laeiiiinlc, Jr., has slunecl to n long-term contract- John Wray, Virginia Kinnl, KUS.S oiii] Racing "Program Sunday Urown and Hobcrt Grelg. The picliire, orlglimlly a sloiy by Max Marcln, Broadway playwright, •Milled "Tiie llumbiitV 1 was directed by ^^arclll himself, who has given It all the crafty cunning of ••' q:«'lnl i-aelng program ] )ns been Dimmed for visitors IJny. Siituluy 1 afternoon, Oct. », «t the American l.pBion District Pair here. The grounds will be open after 12 nnd "„ ,, " lc> ' ls scluTluli'd for l:3l). 1 hniil, under the direction ol L. Munis, nil) begin a con- l'|t i o'clock, mid between !! KriuuMtiml acts will be mracterlzatton which he had In hid when he first conceived (he Idea of the handsome hypnotist as a story. A lavish production has been glveji II, one scene alone clng Hie huge amphitheatre- of hospital where hundreds of scientists are gathered lo wnlch an experiment. A thrilling westerner will be booked for Friday and Sulurday. to-tlw tarrlo for the s\w\n\- nfter- noon rnce.s. Severn! of.tlieso hnvo been wmilng consistently-IKMO nml elsewhere this season, and hichnto: Minimus, liiirciey Keen,. Tom Marr, Ourdcti Sent, Priceless : Miss, rttlilone Ln.ss, Dun Docore,'Opoa- jsuiii, scla, MUo.sSiigiti' Land and •»•'-,• Atiui, PAGETHREB liu- Ti'inix'radnvs of 05 low wro uiHl 117 d vero hnve bcwi recorded In Moii- liuiii. OU One-Cent Piece Found SALT LAKE OITY, Utah (UP)-' A copjier one-cent piece, minted In 1UI9, was: found in Emigration Canyon, near salt Luke city, by William I'alfroyman, member of n road grmllng, crew, 'I'lie coin was bellevcil lo have, been brought west wltn Kie Ih-sit Utah plumcrs The lirst hcavlcr-thaii-alr ma- clilne (lew only B50 feet on Its llrsl lllKht. ill Hi Us hlnhcst capable «|H'i'd WHS 35 mile),- HII lioiir. Five niimliin races will bo on the nfliTiieioirs progimn. Tiu-sc Cli!litli.s diislics, 0 |, c (hroo-fourths •nee and the mile Visitors Buy Handicap, win, lU |itci| pin-se Jockeys who will ride Sunday afternoon Include Ted Corn nnd nrry Slutis. The latter, nt one ime. was considered the premier Jockey in America. A number of fnst liorses will go \A '• Thwe is Sonielhjrift' N<-w Dinler the KtnV - ' Ami Tlu're is Ronii'lhiiiK Now In Mlyllieylllo It's 'IV '• - : Deluxe Cleaners and Hatters OPKN )'-On HDSINKSS MONDAY Across From (ho Cily Hull , , Tlic crowbill bird iras declared by rellelous writers of,-caily times lo Imve.recclwd Its,twisted beak- while .ntleinptlnj; lo Will Hie Iron nails from Hie hn'n'ds of the eiu- Clflexl Christ. ,. - TEXA HRECHlLF JOYMR «Xr liOMFIUU) TKXACO I'KODUCTS Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday : :0clol)cr 16, 17, 18, 19' COURIER NEWS OOKINC SCHOOL What to have for dinner. .. what will be good and nourishing'for the children s lunches . . . something new ... economical meal planning . . . mntr, ° I Ynnp 6 ^ 6 /^^^ COmeS '' • ' °° thou 9 hh "Ve that ever un through YOUR head? Are you ever punled, "at your wit's end" about Wl T?k '""Mr ' h ° m< ; effideni| y and comfo ^bly on this year's budget?, Then you II en|oy and appreciate every hour of the Cookinq ocnool next week! .....?• Plan to attend every meeting, each will bring you a new and different program each wiil take up interesting and important parts of the home' makers business. The selection and preparation of meats, the A-B^ ot nutrition, the balancing of a menu, making the table attractive, menus and recipes for parties-every minute will be crowded with fascinating - information and best of all, you will see these good things and these ciever, time and labor saving ideas worked out before your eyes! VALUABLE GIFTS, MARKET BASKETS City Hail Auditorium Doors Open I p.m. - Lecture & Demonstrations 2p.m. TJ - .', 'A MISS .'" EDNA. iFEKGUSON who will conduct Ihc Cooking School, is <)ne of Ihis country's best known authorilie's on foods and household subject's. -. \ vy vv-'S - ••*• F R E €

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