The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 11, 1937 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 11, 1937
Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE, (AKK.)' COtJfclJ3& NEWS Social 'Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS D, A R luncheon with Mrs Guthrie King and Mrs J W. Paiker hostesses at King home, Junior Y W. A. meeting First Baptist church, 4 p in Intermediate y. \v. A meeting First Baptist chuich, 4 p m Mi-s. Doylo" Henderson having Young Matrons Bridge club. Mrs C. R Babcock ha\lng Tuesday Bridge club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS WMU, First Baptist church having installation of of fleets nt pia>er meeting, 1 30 P M Bible study, Church of Christ meeting with Mrs C O Cra\cs, 2 30 P M. Junior-Senior High P-T A will meet at high school auditorium 3 pm, following executive board meeting at 2 30 p in Sunbeams meeting Fust Baptist church, _4 p. m. Wednesday Budge club meeting with Mis James H Bell THURSDAYS EVENTS UDC meeting \\ilh Mrs M Filzsimmons, 2 30 P M Mrs la O Usrcy liming Mid- Week Bridge club Thursday Luncheon club meting with Mrs C W Afflick Thursday Bridge club meeting vvith Mie Fred Rutherfoid Mrs G O. Caudlll having Thursday Contract club Mrs, George M Leo having Town and Country club •SATURDAY'S ^EVENTS Chapters 'D" and "N", P D O, hiving lunclieon meeting at home of Mrs T j Afghan Compliment Bride Al Tea y SalunHj, A 'rainbow' tea was given at the Hotel Noble Saturday aitsi- noon when Mrs Chester Caltlwell, Mrs Earl Buckley nnd Mia * Maigucrlte Matthews ohlcrlnincd 110 guests in honor of Mra rrtrt Flecman, a bride ci tlie holldavs ,. Mrs rieeman was fonneily Miss Ruth Matthews The Rose Room -where Ihe lea -was given, made an attractive background for tho motif curried -out Tho floweis which ileconvt ed the room, the table arrangement, tho corsages, tho ilower head-dress of tho joungci girls who assisted in serving and the many shades of frocks worn by those vvho assisted were from light, pastel lo black - ~ , Pink carnations and roses, ii _ crjstal bowls, were about the room and this color was emphasized m the centci piece of tlit Italian cut work covered table a cijstal bowl of snapdragons and rrce?Ia flanked with Ivor tapers In sliver holders In the lec'elving line with UK hostesses and guest of honor was herjmother,'Mrs B M Matthews Mrs - B. S Simmons and Mrs Charles Criggcr presided at the silver services and refreshments , were served b> Misses Mary Adal _ Robinson, Margaret Jane ActOi - and Evelyn Smart Miss, Knthrj>i •^ Qrear pfayed the piano during the afternoon ' >, included in the guests vvns Mi's Thomas W. ivfiller r ot Brunswick Ga, vvho, is 'the housogucst o Mr and Mrs Samuel F Norrls » » * BlflhcviUc Women Jnntad To A Tea, ^Members of the clute in till: ' city, vvhich are affiliated will tho Forrest City District ot Ar Kansas Federation of Women': blubs, are } invited to attend i silver tea Thursdiy .afternoon, rt the home of Mrs Fred p -Jacobs at Grfdei- The aflatr is being given by Uhe library committee of tho organization for the bene p fit of the Djess-jibrary. In extending tho imitations It was announced that "silver or a book would be Tvelcomcd ^Several Bljthevillo women wil assist m the affair. Mrs Howard Prcctor, vvho Is a member o the sjale library commission, wil be In the, receiving line and Mis. Cora Lee Coleman, county horn demonstration agent vlio has as sisted m the'Djcss llbiary pro ject, will assist in -welcoming lh guesls Mrs Paul u Tipton, Mrs Russell Farr nnd Mrs George M Lse -sill sing two selectl6ns wit] Mrs Murray Smart as accomwan ist Mrs O U KobinsOii, of Enrll is president of the district group * • * Mainige Llct-nslcs Issued Tliesc nlarnsge licenses ha\i .' iccently been issued fiom th ' BWhevilIe office of county cour • clerk t w Cable Ramsey, of Dell and Miss Pauline Smith of Os ceola, Randolph Virc, of darks • filic, and Miss Beulah Hodge o Manila, Walter R McDonald, • Texarkana, Texas, Snd Mis. Jxwrcta Hall, of Carillhersvdlo vertie Scott and Miss Bessie Prl , •vett,-bolh of Deli; Charel A Thomas and Miss Ethel Ma Brock, both of hire; John A Pitt and Miss Geneva Berry both o '.„ J'"™*; Clasborn M>ham am ^ Miss Janis Vaughn, both ot Para ^golild, W. R Garretl, of here *• and Miss Mary Louise Cooper, o , < x HermondaIe, Mo; Lesley G Ken > v.nght, of here, and Miss Will! Maude Tajlor, of ^Memphis; Harmon Hatcher and Miss Wanda ^ Wagner, both of Manila; Virgil -a, Roc and Miss Bessie Barnes both 'V ?; M«mfl*! Edvvard Testet and , t Mrs Bcrmcp Tftster, both of Na-v komis, i,,. Gcrdon j^^ an(j , MUs I«vata Neal, both of Manila; ;, Jess Walker and Miss Mildred ' t Ross, both of Luxora; Walter D Box Jacket Gets Preview At- Resorts Bits of News » Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hall Jinvc as their . guest: Mrs. Josto Roun- "trec of > Pino 'Biu(f ; Mrs. Hall's sister, who arrived Friday. Mr. and Mrs, Merle Franklin of Wilr lard,.Ohio, will arrive today and will also bo guests of Mr. and Mrf> Hall Mr. Franklin Is a brother of Mrs. Hall. Mr. 'and Mrs. E. T. Wralght and Mr. and Mrs. Clias. I/ Ozlcr spent Saturday In Memphis attending to .business. V G Holland left Saturday for Washington, D. 0., where he will attend to business. lie will return home Thursday. Judge nnd Mrs. G. E. Keck will spend tomorrow In Little Rock for the Inauguration program. Gsciir Hardawny, vvho has been spending a few days at home, will return to Memphis this atter- lioon or tomorrow. Joe Waddy, vvho has been critically ill from pneumonia for a week, Is better today. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. W. McCutchen went ;tb Little Rock yesterday to bo guests of Gov. Elect Carl B. Bailey and Mrs. Bailey for the Inauguration program. They will ictiirn Wednesday. Fddle 13 David, Jack Flnlcy Robinson and R B Stout are among those vvho have- gone to Little Rock for the Inauguration program. They' will return Wednesday. Miss Grace McFiirland went to Cipe Ginideau, Mo, todaj, wheie she will enter a businea, college fci several months couise Dr nnd Mis H A Taylor and ihelr daughtei, Mrs Sam Matthews went lo Little Rock this, moinlng vvheie thev will be guests of Gov nect Carl E Bailey nnd ills Bailey for the Inauguration program I hey will return Wed- 'iciday Mn, Geoigle McCutchen Bitley iccompanlrd by Mi and Mrs Caison Rogers bf Cairo, III, went to Little Rock today vvheie they ivlll attend the Intwgunlion pro- ginm as guests of Gov Elect Carl t Bnilcy and Mrs Billev, and Robtit Mai v in B.illcy, biotliei of MOK'DAV,--JANUARY it; J FLAPPER FANNY Two good reasons why silm nmi Him and ncifcctlj tailored snlU continue as lashion favoriteV ln\l»stci wool shellnnd, they nt nicely into tlie warm weather pictures'at home or resorting The jonlhful yellow model (left) has a slnglcjbfcastcd jacket, and n neat gored sMit Us worn with 'a- gavfy" prlnteil scnif and blown ahd white 1 "sports Miocs ( Tlie slate" blue' oho ulghO' Include? a skirL with .inverted pleats at (he'front nnd one of the very iiew (louole rfrenstefj, broid-shouljer tov jac kels which swing loose and fice nbout the hips Declarer Works Side Suits and Eludes Trump Defense Catulheisville Gill Is i Biide of Holland Man B.v WM. E McKENNHY Sccrclirj, American Bndee League Although Eist did not double, because South was in the only cou- tiact that he wanted to play, nnd he feared that a double would ills- close his trump length nnd lints cost him ,\ trick he was not to bo blamed for feeling coilfident that he could defeat the contract It seemed an nbsolntc certainty when the dummy went down, showing the void In trump lie could not see any way by which South could prevent him from AQJ98 1 54 » J108 + K75-' South I A •! A AAKI003 « A 7 + A KM 3 '—E & W "vul West North' 1 Essi ' Pass V 2 V Pass P.1SS SN.T.'Pass Pass Pass Pass' n Opening lead— \ making'four trump tricks But mnny Sceintngly.-irhpossible things happen at the bridge table, and East found Ins cohfidoncc in his Cards sadly mlsplaceo 1 W6sl's opening lead of the king of hearts was *vvon with dummv & Me. rhe declarer Saw that le htU to be lucky to make his contraH Hoping for the, best, iie led the McCnnn, of Parm«','Mo, and Miss Today's Con(rnct North Is plniing- the contract ot fout hcaits He his loit onb diartiond, the onnde Hnesse and a club H<5 can slilKmakc llio tricks needed for his conhact If he lakes full advantage o{ the povvci of his strong trump suit Ho " i this accomplished? AS7 VAKJ107C2 All vul. Opener— Solution in next issue. queen 'Of -clubs from. 'dummy.' East covered,. .with, the king, and Soutii won .with the, ace. Now two rounds of spidcs dis- clased that East still held the queen, jack, nine and eight of spittcs, while South held the ten, m, fhrce nnd two South next led (he -ace of diamonds,-;. then the seven, which he won wilh (he kin? In the dummy. A ' diamond was returner! and rulTed.' South then cached (he ten <if clubs and led .vnotrcr club to the Jack, and, when Eist followed <;uU, (he contract was in Eist still held his four tri-mp, but h6 had no way of stopping Soulh from ninklnj the ten and MO' C A H U THERSVIU.E Mr and Mrs L\ithei have announced Hie marriage of rige o their daughter, Lucille, to Ro,al Binders of Holland, which took place nt osceolSr Ark on Novem-, her 14, 1<)3C the glides blrlhthv) I he single ring ccremoiiv vvns snid by the Rev R o Morehsid pis' tor of the Methidlst church at Os- ccoala nnd the joung coupli- vvis attended by Karl Pollard ot Oi-' ceola and Howard Bowen of Dveis Colons Mrs Sandcis Is the only daugh lei of Mr and Mis White she was graduated from Ciruthcrsville high school In 193 0 The grbom is the son of Mr in 1 Mrs R L SHU tiers who own con sidernble land nenr Holland, anl the giandson of Mrs Ricl"vid Craw ford' of laljtheville Following his graduation from Hollmd high school he has been anointed with his father in farming He' and Ills' bride will make their home In their newly furnished farm home, soli t!i of Holland, just across the stale line. In Arkansas. Strong and Mrs Edith Norlon, both o( Uer6; \Vadc Mercer and Miss Clovis iiaulden, both of Manila; Bill B Skelton and Miss Oladjs Fisher, both of here; Arthur Cohoon t ana Miss Thelnm Kcnlcj, both 6ft Holland, Joe Norman, of Dnv'c'r, -and Mite Lilhc Faje TBllant, *6f Hennlng, Tenn , W P. Nelson and Miss Riibj Cald- lell both ot .Manila; Raymond Sanders and Miss Vlviah Brady both of Dell; Dale Masters and Mits Ruthelci Allen, both of Dell Edwin 'Chaphi and Miss Marccllus Marcum, both of.Gosnell; Nelson Hamilton 'and Miss GCnevieve Mohlcy, both of 'Manila, Chester R Holifield and Mlsa Helen Alley both of hcie; B WoCds and MUs Mary Ti-imue, both of here. 1 Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On No matter how many medicinea you have tried for your cough,chest cold or bronchial Irritation, yoii can KC.t relief how \vlth Crcomulslon. berlous trouble inay be brewing arid you cannot afford to take a chance .with anything less than.Crcbmiil- sion, which -'goes'.right • to .the'Seat of tho trouble' aid haturb to soolhe and heal tlie Inflamed membranes as tlie germ-laden phlegm Is loosened and expelled: Even if' other rehiedles have frvllc-d. don't be discouraged, your druggist is authorized to guarantee Creomulsion and to refund yoiiv money if you arc not satisfied with results from the very first bottle Get Crcomuislon right how.'(Ad?) Mr and Mrs today 80 "' Everett B Dee "' e m Memphui West Ridge Couple Mai ued at Lepanto riicidc.i 1 Miking spill) illi in school 1 ' Oh,no -Jonlj lliaiv im Chuckiilnajsniiikcs'iinformr ' Mrs. Long Seeks Home for Two-Year-Old Girl Marie is hei mine -a ineltv Jittle two jear-old blonde girl who is -crj-iiig because she has been rold and liungrj She is now at. the -home of Mrs. John' H. 'Long, county probation officer, while attempts are being made to find her a' permanent home, TERRY'ABSTRACT'&. REALTY CO. •Abstracts, lands & Loans E M Terry, Pros and Mgr. PSoneeiV Blyllicviue, Ark. Meteor Crater. Ariz, is 510 fee deep and 4200 leet, across Fhe Morn ing AHerTaking Carters little liver Pills u daughter of Mr and Mii •I A, Ohrismond of ^ West Ridgh and Norm™ clay son of Mr and 1 Mrs Rums CIny Ol w t , were married heic Satuiday by the wr\t i "v, ° rtens prist()r or the iirst Baptist church . . T ! 1C b I ]Ac , n emtliiate of Reiser stv f°°V u <™*d the unlver- 0 , ly . of ArUnsas and Arkansas State college at Jonesboio rhe grooni I, a graduate of Wilson high school where he specialized in Smith Hugnes,Kork He is assoclat ed vii, hls fR[h( , r , n ]Jls fa ntcresls around West Ridge Upon their return from their honcjnioon me joung couple will live at Wtst Kldgc. where a new home Ins been built for them Groccrj Thieves Considerate PORTAGE o (UP) -Robbeis that burglaiizcd a grocery store Heie were considerate rhey left' change In the cish register for Niqht Coughs ( fj '\-,rfy" x ^ U1C '"^ r checked l,ilj -• ', }y^ without "dosing " \f\CKS _w VAPC.RUB THE PEOPLES' COURT MAYTAG • I he best judqes of waslicfs ire the women who use tKcm Ihc Anil f (of jvishcr \ilue 15 in ttie home More iiomcs o\\n Mi) tags ihin an> other ivishtr—it is the choice of the m-ilont). '*V£S MOKEY EVERT WIEK I he one piece, cist alutnmum tub, Gj- ntntor wishing iction, inr! Roller Hitcr Kcmoicr, and T Score of oilier distinctive leililrcsgivcMayna prefer cncc OwniMajng bnourcilsybudi-ctpl:!]], Maj tig wisher nn> He. hid with gisohnc Multi-Motor.. Slcalso thi new Majfag Irontr E. B. Gee Sales Co., Inc. 5lh i Main — Phone 67 'MODEL "30. P&QNEI30 '.'.- . FOR QUALITY WORK ANfe GOOD SERVICE KU-WA LAUNDRY'CLEANERS Coming Thursday Three Days Only Sees All-Knows All-Tells All THE HUMAN FORD B.elieve it oV not, thislIuinaii,Foixl<will answer any ask it... I)on ? t;fail lo see it al Phillips Motor •Thursday; Friday .and- Satttrdaylof -This Week Will Celebrate < Fif lielh Wedding Day Tomorrow Tomorrow will bo a happy day In 10 lives of Mr. and Mrs. w. V. hristlan, who will celebrate their olden wedding, anniversary by do- ig the saine things they do each ay. It was 50 years ago that Delia Jay Hostc':te"r, pretty 16-year-old 'erinan girl from Ten Mile Island, *>., and handsome W. V. chrls-' an, almost 21, were married Tlie ev. Mr. Hatley, a Methodist par- w, performed tlie rites Mr. Christian, who was born near HVBiisbpro, Ky., went to Missouri, ear Kennett, when he was ten -ars.old. His wife, who is a na- I"i of _ Int ) i * na . near Mitchell, niov- little 11 " ir lacmmtj ; wlle » sl >e was ™!i, oV'/^ nd /'" e S' n Hol-' V r«l, i tr ....x.,, one uim r. Christian were betrothed They moved to Blythevllle from Milhcni Mississippi In 1826 and ave since ojicrated a store on Iigliway 18 near the Chicago fill, where they also have an ipartmcnt. Of their ten cnildren, eight are Ivhig, but none reside here .so i ^ktian says 'tomonow here will be just u, together it was when wo married" 1 and Max live m Memphis James is in Little Rock, Robert Ives at Bigsby, Mo., Roy in Dar- mgton, S o, Mamie m Joncs- .ovvn, Miss, Curtis in Columbia, = C, and Gertiude In Henderson, Tenn There are also 20 giandchildrcn, ten boys and ten The mallard l s more valuable to luck ' raco tha " an 5' olher 1TZ Everything For Your Entertainment and Comfort Last Time Today Gretit Gaibo and Robert Tavlor in "Camille" With Lionel Barrymore, Eli/- i k abcfh Allen and Jessie Ralph • Sf Als« raramount Ntvfs, Mickey ; Blouse Cartoon jn_ ^echmcoloi -; 1 . and Comedy —Admission— Malinee—10 & 26c Night—16 & 36c TUESDAY IS $25 BANK NIGHT Kdmund l jO ,ve antl Florence Rice in "Under Cover of Night" Also Comedy and Cartoon —Admission— Matinee—10 & 26c Nighf—16 & 3Gc ROXY Aim.—Always 10 & 25c—lo Tax Show Every Night Matinees Friday, Saturday, Sunday Ffiday & Sunday Blalinccs—2il5 Saturday Matinee — Confinuom i Shovririff — i:(jfl Tin 11:00 r. M Last Time Today Janies Glcasnn and Xasu 1'itfs in "The Plot Thickens" Also Comedy and Fox News Thurs. - Pal Nigh! PAL NIGHTS! 2 Adults • Admitted for Price of 1 All Children—lOc

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