The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 22, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 22, 1937
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PAGfc TWO. - BLYTHBVILLB, (ARK,) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 22,- To llaio Dancin; Party Ilerc^Tonljhl. Sara Lou McCutclicn, daughter of Mr. and Mi's. O W. McCutchen, nnd Betty Brooks Isaacs, daughter'Of. Mr. and 'Mrs, M. A. Isaacs, will have a dancing party at: the country club tonight, 9, o'clock, Betty will receive with her parents ami Harold Rosonthal,': and Sara I/MI, \\lth hei parents and Lloyd FloYniah. A number'OC oill of town toys and girls ..have been invited. Anna Belle Bs'rkovlli .Will We'd L 'I.ouls Grabcr. M. Barkovitz, of Poitngttllle. has announced'the. engagement ol his daughter, Anna Belle, lo Louis Grabcr, of Coining, Arlc..T|ie wedding :\vill solemnized Sunday, at high noon, in the Gold room of the Park Plaza hotel, St. Louis, with Rabbi S. Thcraon, of the United Hebrow Temple there, performing the sen-ice. Only members of the two families will b; Invilcd to wilmss Uie riles. Mr. Grntier, who Is Hie son of Mr. and Mrs. A.'Grabcr of Corning, is in business with his father. After . a- bridal trip to Florida nnd the West Indies they will reside al .Corning. Has Club I'arly. Mrs. George M. Powell of Carlisle, Pa., who is HID guest of,her l>arenls, Judge and Mrs G. E Keck, played cards iwlllrtlie Thursday -.'Contract.' club when Mrs. Keck was hostess. The, prize, a case for silvci, went lo Mrs. Carrol Blakemorc. A dessert course was served with coffee. Entertains Club. Mrs. A. B.••.. Fail-field .nnd - Mrs Doyle Henderson hurt, Vtnch and played cards with the Mhl-Weck Bridge club mcmbeis Thursday v,hen Mrs. J. Louis L'heny was hostess. After lunch there wns bridge \vilh Mrs B. A. Lynch and Mrs Henderson winning prizes t « » Club Meels. Mrs. II. A.fivylor had the Thursday Bridge club when Mrs. C. L. Wlllej ary.l Mrs.' J. H. Eikius \vero • Buesls In tile caul games Mrs Charles L Wylle ,wori pillow slipc • for Ihe club award and thi guest prize, a handkerchief, \\cnt lo Mrs Will By A'.chlli plalo w»s served. FLAPPER FANNY Bits of News Mostly Personal Dance Proceeds ! Help Youngsters To Normal Life ncbby Jones, of Porlagevilte attended to business chcre Thursy, Among those 111 from infiucnui e; Gcorga P. : Smith; W, D. Chiiir.blln, Ralph ftlcliols, Adoipli Meyers, II. A. Reeves, Mrs, Frank Dulnncy and Patsy Ruth Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen. The Rev, Stuart H. Salmon returned last night, from Memphis, where he has been with his sen, John Mel, who underwent a ton- silecUjmy at the "Baptist.' hospital. He Is greatly improved a'nrt It Is probable that he and his molhcr will return home the first of the week. .Betty Black, .daughter of .Mr and Mrs. Fnnisworlh Black, Is II from mumps. . ' ' Billy Louise paines, daughter o: Mr, and Mrs. tV,-L. Galncs, .who underwent nn operation .Wcdnes:ia: at the Meinplils Baptist hospital, is resting very well. .Her parents are with her." u-- , "Can ynu really get germs Ironi kisses?" "Well, 1 know they son cause a lot o( heart (rouble." Declare]- Plays Safe With . Trump and Makes Big Slam Hy WM. E. MoKENNEY Secretary, American Bridge League Wlien.n'ibridge player holds such a combination as ace, queen, tin/ and two small in n suit in one hand, and klnglnpd two small :ln the other, ho-kno.w's tlial lio should' first lead a high card from'the ; hand holding the three honors. Thus -he provides for a play which V A763 Caruthersvillc Society — Personal Earlo Hosier;Circle Meets The Earle Heater Circle of the Woman's Misslonat^ Society ot the - Baptist, church met Wcdnes- 'day. afternoon 1 in the first meeting of the new year at the home of the circle chairman, 'Mrs. -Roscoe Pierce. + 43 -Rubber— All- vul, South IV 4 » 6+ West Pass Pass Pass North 3V 5 » 7» Opening lead— A K Eut Pass Pass Pass ZZ Mrs.'Pierce picsented the program 'for :the afternoon, which was a presentation of the standard of - excellence • for womnns' missionary societies. H was reported that the!, local organization had been rated A-l, tuning nl- tamed all the requirements on the standard, foi the past yeni A Ictlei was read from Earle Hester, for whom the circle is named, who is n missionary in Bucharest,' Roumnnta: * * * Entertains Circle Mrs. Ray Blackford entertained the Elma Elam Ciiclr- of the \Vo- mans Missionary 'Society of the Baptist 'church Wednesday' afternoon at' her home on West Sixth street. There were nine ^"members and four visitors, ..Mrs. -John Oaddy, Mrs. J. R. Hart, 1 Mrs.-G. C. Bishop and Mrs. C. D. Scott, present. Mrs. T. M. Spidcll, who is chair- jnnn of the circle,', presented the standard of excellence. Mrs Bill Sv-ndcr, enlistment chairman, explained- the committees work for the year and assigned definite-tasks to each member. Mrs -Gage Knlglit, personal service chairman, v presented several projects'Mrs W. L Cantrcll, mission study chairman, suggested that the circle , study the book, "The Why.and How of W.'M. U. 1 She and Mrs. "Swadcr will teach the book. * « « Entertains Ciub Mrs. Emma;, Rogers entertained her Wednesday bridge club al the Eat Shop Mrs Shelley stiles was presented ^hosiery for high scoie and Mrs. Anna Lacey was guen handkerchiefs as the second higl score award ifrs. C. G shepard was presented handkerchiefs BE guest award. , < Tha gucsls.-of Uie club for the afternoon were. Mrs. P. M Haskell, Mrs. (! Charles Rlrlglcy, and Mrs. C. G. Shepard. . ,* •_ t Mrr. Hcdling. EnltrUlns Mrs< S' V.- Medllng cntcrtalnec 1 htr bridge cluh Tuesday aftcrnoot Mil give him all the tiicks in the s> '»' l f to his right holds (our to the jack Changing the rank of the cards slightly, however, 'also aflecls the proiKr play. Today's hand deals with aJibld Ing In tnunp which is •quite fre quently misplayed. . Apparently llv crumps are solid, as there arc only lour outstanding, One player, how ever, might hold all lour of then: When South saw dummy, alle West had! opened the king apadcs, it v,as plain that he had n losers in aiiy of the side suits Eve: " Luxora Sdciety — Personal i'As the committee In charge ol Ilio President's Ball this year continues Its plans/for the''dance, lo be held Thursday,' January 28, al the city auditorium, members are earning more and more of the good done with money made from these innual dances, of the $i paid for each ticket, 70 p*r cent of th'e iiet amount made goes into a treasury lore for care of crippled boys apt girls and 30 per"cent goes to President Hoosevclt,. who in turn presents it to the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation for care of:the stricken children.: With this ' in mind the committee Is taking great care not to spend too niuch of the money on expanses, but at the same time to give everyone who attends his money's worth. A number of the boys and girls who have been "made new" by the money raised from the 1936 dance are eager to t«)l their stories to the world. Nine childreff were given the greatest assistance,. a number of others were also/helped and two more have already undergone examinations and will be given operations and treatment soon. It Is ini]K>s5ible to iioint out the most worthy .case—for all are worthy. Bobby Farmer, \vho.lives here, Is now walking Upright after years of Balking on his hands and knees. He has been helped for several years, with the work continued for the past year. : Tolly Dulaney, the little boy who wns so horribly burned in 1935 at. his home on cherry' street, was git- en treatment with money made from last year's dance. His little sister died from the burns but Tol- ly'is now in school. He is still crippled but; he is alive and would, riot Citizenship "'Award Awails One Arkansas High : Schoo} Senior Miss Frances McIIaney, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. John c: McHaney, Miss 'Margaret Wilder of Luxora, M'lss Katherinc Gill of Dell, and Miss An'ni Mcllancy of Leacli- I'H.le, have Been selected as candidates 'for the'tsood cjtlzcnslifp Pilgrimage of the' National Society' of .the '. Daughters ' of the American Revolution Irii-the. slate of Arkan«as; Tills 'project has the cooperation, of w. E. Phlpiw, state commissioner of education, and M. R Owens, state supervisor of high schools in Arkansas. Qirls arc also, to be selected from the high schools at Reiser and Manila for the contest. One h|gh school girl will be selected, from Arkansas to make the trip this; year. Compelillou is restricted- to members of accredited schools of Arkansas and the stiir 'dent rriust be a member ol Uie senior class. Tile ..student body first selects, by highest 'vole, three, seniors, and from -these.. the faculty selects one as thC'best representing all requirements. Her, o'arne Is certified by Mrs. D. .M; 'Biggs' of Proctor, district ' ' ° D.' .'A. ,:ch°alrmqh. " 1937'Fidac Essay Contest Open To County Students Plans for Uic annual. Fjdac essay 'contest, sponsored by the Auxiliary of the American Legion post: have been announced by Mrs. M.; A. Middlctdii of Ekron, Ffcfac chairman. : The contest is open to all students or Mississippi county schools In the .eighth grade. They will be Judged-' on graminer, , .sentence structure,' punctuation and neatness; • suitability of the, material chosen and originality with/which It presented; organization of the 1 Idea so as to'create'a unified, Intelligent and Interesting exposition, and (hey. must not exceed 1000 words in lengll^ The subject this year Is "How Can International Disputes lie Settled In the Spirit of Fidac?" This subject was chosen because International relationships the world over arc feeling the vibrations of warfare being carried out In the various parts of the world and the spirit of Fidac is understanding and friendship among the people of different nations. The first national prize, which Is open to winners of slate contests-, who .participated after winning, county awards, is a $2000 scholarship and a medal. Scconc and third national winners wil also receive meda's. The state gives • $5 for firsi prize, $3'for second prize, and $! held in the newest Fidac country,' Greece, and this country will bev the subject of a special study in ', the Fidac . program, in-which all,; American Legion auxiliaries par- : tlclpate. ;, Agents Attend District ''• Meeting at Jonesboro , Miss Cora Lie. Coleman,- county ; omc demonstration agent, D. S. ' Lantrip, agricultural agent .for the''. Chickasawba district and his assist- nt, John Dameion. returned Wed- csday night from Jonesboro where. ley attended a district conference agents. . ' The men's group was preside? ''•] 'cr by j, o. Pullerton, until re- „, ently agent here, and Miss Mena "'. •• Hogan,;district home demonstration '••• agent, was in charge of the wom- ns group. A number of slate offi- :ers were also there. Plans for this year's activities ' verc discussed. - he .trump situation looked fuirly fife unless banked in one hand.. South; lipwcvcr, .took time -;lo tiidy-the haud..Ho saw that, if by iiance West held nil four- tmnus, ic would have' to ' lose . a trump rick',.but if Easl'hekrth'cm all. h( ould avoid Ihc loss of .a'trick by hopslng the proper - play. Tills he did by'.laying down the nee .'of hearts, and, when West ailed:to'follovy suit, he- was.thank- 'ul-' for : Ills -foresight. Dcclnr6r'.how led .a low trump and East split, his equals, but • it Mrs. II. C. "Davidson, and two children, of Dycss, arrived Thursday moi'iilng to be the guests for 'several days of Mrs. Davidson's mother, Mrs. Lena Gillcspic. t « * . The members of the Osceola- Luxoi'n-Blythevlllc bflde'e club were guests of Mr. and-Mrs. Joe Hires Tuesday night. They were assisted ;by their daughters, Carflu Mae tind Mrs .'-Charles Billinysley, In serving a chicken salad, coffee, and Individual cakes at the conclusion of the games In which Mis. Roland Grec'n held • l>!gh Ecorc, receiving si crystal bob-bbn dish/ Judge S. L. Gladish was prc- sciUcd a tie for the men's high nade no difference.' South -. rc-enlered' Ihc dummy with the king of diamonds and picket! up East's trumps by finessing the nine s|x>t in his o\vn hand Mis: Jesse Brown entertained--at her home Thursday afternoon' with an attractive bridge-shower "hi special compliment of Mrs. Charles .Billliigslcy, whose, marriage tqok place ; -during' 1 'the Christmas sea- Today's Contract Problem South has taken a chance at a contract of seven, no. trump, and has.won the opening spade .lead Svith the jack. He picks up the quecii of hearts, but can'lie squeeze West out of both the high heart nnd the spade tricks? : 4A86 •t J54 « 8 7 6 + K ,Q 76 4 K 10 7 4 ¥0872 »2 + 5432 *QJ3 • VAK63 » AKQ + A109 All .vul,' Opener— * 4. Solution in next issue. ZZ a I her home on Street. West Eightl The fust,prize, costume icv,elry was presented' to Mrs. O. W. Lin coin. Mrs. J. L. Daniels cut, fo consolation arid was prcscnlc hosiery. ionic of Mr.-"and Mrs. A. B. Rhodes on Ferguson Avenue, » + • Roger Lcc' Slephcns, 1 grandson ;f Mrs. J. .W. Stephens, has been :onfined to his home this week ;n 'account, of illness. Mrs. Margaret. Ltghtfoot is •.pending this week In St. Louis, .laving been called there Sunday ' the serious (lllnes of her sister. Mr. and Mrs. .Gordon HCrrick f Colorado.. Springs, Col., spent "ucsday in. this city visiting Mr. Herrlck's sister, Mrs. Lloyd Uogcrs. lis. Rogers, .accompanied by Mr. ud Mrs. Hcrrlck, drove, down "to Dlylhcvlllc Tuesday afternoon Isit with Mrs. Rogers' and. Mr. lerrlck's parent.';, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hcrrick. Mr. Rogers drove own affe his wife Tuesday eve- ilng, but Mr. and Mrs. Hcrrick emalned in Blylhevllle. Osborn McAdams,.who has been undergoing . treatment at the .tethodlst hospital in Memphis for he past few weeks, is Improving. John Blythe Recovering From Serious Injury John Blythe, jr., son of'Mrs. John W. Blythe, is recuperating from serious Injuries received while working in a ; mine atTrbp- ico Hill, Rsamond, Calif., on Friday, Novenibcr 13. His skull was fractured when a block of wcod, six by six by ten inches, fell l&i feet and struck him on his head. Hts injury wns critical and ho was in the hospital for a month and Is jet not fully recovered from the accident but plans to return soon. That tie missed death seemed a miracle to his fellow workmen who hung a hat In the office with life before he went to California several years ago, is foreman of tile Lido Mojave Gold Mines, Inc., In which:he has an Interest. ,In a'letter he-says they arc .drilling toward the vein and'arc optimistic about .finding U, The mine ad-' Joins 'a;mine* valued at'$5,000,000. son. Eight tables. were arranged for the games. A-pink and grccii colo combination, was. followed in the corsages worn by Uie honoree, her mother." Mrs. Joe 'Hires, and Ilio iioste'sa. Mrs. J. L. Ward won the high score award, a Camark blue pottery vase,;and Mrs. ,R. T. Ballew, second high,. was given hosiery The. cut prize went to Mrs. Joe Hires. ."-.':''. . ' Mrs. Brown, assisted by her daughter. Mrs.' Jai'nes"-privcr, . ed- a fruit salad, chicken sandwich, checso wafers. • hot lea, am bridge cookies. An interesting conclusion of UI afternoon's pleasure, was Ihe arrival of a special express messenger, Master Jackie Craddock, will a wagon load of ."Good Wishes,' expressed In .an assortment of at tractive packages, to the honorcc. Out of town guesls • w : erc Mrs Dwtght Blackwood,^ Mrs. J. L, Ward, Mrs. Arthur Bowcn. Mrs Faber White, Mrs. James. Drivei and Miss Julia Craig, all of Osce oln, and Mrs. , : H. C. -Davidson, b Dycss. have been,'physicians say, had not W. H. Slovall heard of the case and notified Mrs.. James B. Clark, who used money from 'the dance to provide necessary cate, James Wyrick, : oE Wilson, had nqver walked because he -liad • infantile paralysis when a babj—but he cnn' '.walk now with the aid of braces which were purchased with a part of the money made last year. The 193IJ dance riised the money which hns helped to keep Nettle Nell Moore alive She is now a patient at the Booncville Ark sanitarium but goes soon to another Hospital for an operation she has been Ijlng on a board for more than two years First she had tuberculosis bf the spine and was in the crippled children''; hospital ip lemphis when she developed lung rouble and wns moved to Boone- Ille. it vis money from the'sec- ind dance which made it po6s.lble or hei to haic the first step.? to yard keeping her alive Her family ived at- HulTmun but now reside in Blythevllle. •Ch'bice;6f>brfe.glri from each district Vis\ made by lot at K public drawing.,'iinder Ihe supervision of the DAE district ptiiirman The nj"ie of the lucky girl is sent." to'••the' state D. A. n. chairman, •Mrs:.'cl)ar)cs H. Miller, of Little ,'Rock'I and final selection made, by lot under the directioji of J!,r Phipps Mrs Oneu? and Miss Willie A Lawson executive scqre- lary of the Arkansas Education As Edclatfoii. The wmnei Is gnen a tup to Washington D C where ilon<* with girls from other stales she will : speiid six days, with all expenses paid. for third prize, and a persona Read Courier, News;Want Ads IT'S TWO HAVE BEEM MILK FROM ( CRAIG'S DAIRY Christopher Columbus set out 01 his voyage of discovery on a p r i day. Specials • Ail Hay Friday, Saturday & Sunday an inscription under it, telling or the accident. Blythe's Imt was Entertains Club ' ^ • i ciushed by the Impact. The hat Mrs Clayton i Schultz entertain- was of special composition, deed her bildgej club Wednesday| signed for miners, evening at her apailment m the John, who lived here all his! CRAIG'S richer • purer milk supplies .' all the 'elements necessary to restore used-up tncrsy. QKADB, A UAW SULK QudrL lOc ... fie .... Gc Pint, Buttermilk, Qt. BANANA LAYEU1QC CAKK. Each .... IV CREAM PUFFS Kach ...;'. . CINNAMON RAISIN JiREAD LGE. ;SUGAR COOKIES. Doz. . HONEY COFFEE CAKE. Each .... Specials for Uulereg -Hour.- 5 to G P. M. Frtday-Saturday-Sunday DON UTS IOC Doz. , APPLE TURNOVERS. Each .. PECAN WAFERS Doz. PAHKERHOUSE ROLLS. Doz. .. PLAIN ROLLS Doz. Lei V : s Make - Your Special Orders - Phone 110 BLYTHEVILLE BAKING CO. 4 C . 7 C W 8 C rcg M. ida 12 3 C 3 C 5 Davises Buy Home Mr., and Mrs. :Carl Davis.: have puichascd the house it 814 Chick asawta , avenue and vsill, move theie February 1 The house was bought from Mr- and Mrs f W B Cade with'the Mississippi Covlnty Building apd Loan association prize is'offered•'•the' Unit Pidai chairman by' the departmeii Fidac ^chairman; from whose towr the winning Fidac essay foi the slate is chosen The 1937'Fidac congress will b ROXY Aim—Always 10 & 25c—Ic Tas Show Every Night Matinees Fridiy, Saturrtaj, Snndaj Friday & Sunday nlatinces—^,1 I Saturday. Matinee — .Continuous Showing — 1:00 Till 11:01) P. SI In 16th. century - Paris, ginger--'"•"I •read was sold only by druggists!-' • Royal edict gave pharmacists this".. '' monopoly, Everything For Your Entertainment and. Comfort handling thp deal The seven room home number of modern features h ? s Number Nine News Mr. and Mrs. BUI Hall-and family. Quince Mason and "Marvin Sypcs spent several days last week In Trumann .with Mrs. 'Half's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stepp. .Mr. and Mrs. Dal Brock are the parents of a son, born a few days agoT ;. B. Delbridge and son of near Dell are visiting Mr. and Mis. Percy Stovatl. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Collins and two children spsnt the week end at Piixico with Mrs. Collins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Whitttle. Mrs. E. H. Collins, who has been quite ill witli a cold, is slowly Improving. Several pupils at the local school have been absent the past week on account of (he water. s3iiy House on Walnut Mr.'and Mrs. Jack Wilson have pirchased the cottage at Seventh and walnut streets from the Anderson estate and have uliLady moved Ihere, W. M. Williams handled the deal. Friday - Saturday Buck-Jones in "The Deadline" :With Loretta Sayers Desperate deeds anrt daring dang- ers'inUhis thrilling outdopr action drama } Also Cartoon and Serial—"The Fighting Marines" No. 1 Continuous Showing, Saturday Tonight Is Pal Nile 2 Adults Admitted for Price of f...:| Charles Ku'ggles and -"•; Alice Rracly in ' "Mind Your Own Business" With Lvle Talbol and lienny Baker -• Alice couldn't .pass up a .keyhole and Cliurlic coulri'nl pass up Alice. : Also I'aramounl Pictorial •>; and Comedy ••-• —Admission— '." ; . Matiiiec—io & 28c • ",'" IS'ight—IG & 3(]c ,.'.-'. : There arc two lypes of "contact" lenses. Ground lenses are Identified by recognized niirnbers and are ground; blown lenses are oroduccd by glass-blowers and arc •Tlttcd by trial until the proper lens is found, usually by accident. _ COUGH DROP • iriedicatcd with throat-soothing ingrcCicnts of Vicks VapoRub. VICKS COUGH DROP Sunday - Monday "Crack-Up" AVHlv Peter Lorre and Brian Uonley Also Fox. ^Movietone News 'and'." Comedy Saturday Only Also Cartoon and Serial—"Ace .'^"' Drummond' 1 .,.-'.', *• —Admission— Unlil-5 )'. M.—10 & 2«c After 5 I 1 . M.—16 <fc 36c —Cent I nun us Showing— NOTICE TO MY FRIENDS I hiivc accepted a position as Chevrolet salesman for the Tom Little Chevrolet Company - where • I will be-'pleased to greet old and new friends. . ' • ROY CALVIN HISTORY OF WATER SUPPLY Sunday - Monday modernize Your Home You may install city water In your home with the aid' of an F. H. A. Loan...consult your plumber for full details. The Sinews Of The Waterworks System Over' IwoVami 'a-.;.half-.cei\tui'ies- agoicasl iron ,water'.niains we're:i4|d • in the outskirts of Paris, and loduy are in'useful service. 'The pipe may look old-fashioned,;but |K e important Ihinjr is that it is; still- -being iiscd and • shows little wear. •.:•'• ' In the ^intervening:: years new. and/niprc efficient methods of making- pipe have been invented hut no material has ever hecn discovered 'which is better'.or more lasting, than cast iron. : H' is- for this reason that cast iron;pipe forms •the bulk of the water Works ''distribution system serving this community.- The Water Company uses cast: iron pipe because it is one of the best assurances that its customers will receive an adequate and uninterrupted supply of water. < BLYTHEVILLE WATER CO. Courteous, Personal Attention to Every Customer Phone 80 US S. Broadway ._, DIETRICH sG&zA&J BOYER Also ParRmounl Xeivs, Mickey's.'^ Elephant and Movie Snapshots' ,' —Admission— - - . Sunday—All Day—16 A SCc ' Alonday Slalincc—10 & 2Gc Monday Night—IB & S5p '• ; Continuous Showing Snnilay •TUESDAY, JAN. 2li_ 575-00 BANK MIGHT!

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