PAGE TW<? BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, FEBRUARY M, 1938 _.' Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS ] Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway entertaining the Tuesday Night Sup- pcr club at 0:30 p. m. Mrs. Mill-ray Smart having the Young Matron's Bridge club. Tuesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Harry Kirby. Maple Grove Cemetery Association meeting with-Mrs. E. F. Bla- meyer at 2-.?0 p.m. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS v " lf h Couneil of First Christian Church' sponsoring box supper at 6:30 pJn. Parent Teacher associations <>1 city meeting at Hhlj School auditorium at 3:00 o'clock. Mrs. K>y- Welch entertaining Wednesday'- Contract club. Wednesday Bridge cl'ib being sn- tertained by Mrs. Matt Moimghan. Ladies' Bible Study of Church ot Ch'-ist meeting with Mrs. Herman Splcer of Luxora at 2:30 p.m. •[•^UTISDAY'S EVENTS Jewish Ladies' Aid meeting in Temple Israel nt B'.CO p.m. Euzellan Sunday school class oi the First Baptist church meeting with Mrs. A. B. Chambers at 2:K p.m. f. Mrs. Carrol Blake in ore Thursday Contract club. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Randolph Smith. Mrs. Byron Morse entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Mid-Wcek Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Harry W. Haines; Altar Society of the. clnir:h -:•' the Immaculate Conception suon- -ornir blu'c party at tlic Catholic ' Hall at 8:00 p.m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mush Dspartment ot Woman's Club meeting at club house at 3:00 o'clock. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia' -COPR.19JI Vt NfASCRVICe.WC. T. M. flee, u. S-W. OfF. 1 hiving were in Memphis Sunday to «c their motlier, Mrs. Annte Applc- bauni. who Is in the Baptist Hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Max Parks and family were the guests of Mrs. Park's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Nelson, ot Leachville, Sunday. Miss Pearl Graves spent the week end in Memphis where she visited friends. Among BIytheville people who attended the dance in Crawfordsville Friday night were: C. Modlngcr, Jr., John McDowell, Van Elliott, nalph I Farrar, Barnes Crook, and Frank ! Bell. ! Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gllliander, of ! Pendletcn, Oregon, will arrive in the morning for an extended visit Dr. Carl Nics, who has been 111 wiUl Mrs - Cillliander's sister, Mrs. Bits of News Mostly Personal to 'her home at Cape, Girardcau afttr spending a week with her husband who Is employed here. Mr. and Mrs, Orvlllc McCord and daughter Francllla of Paragould, Ark., spent the week end wilh Mrs, Mccord's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvle Haynic. Mrs. E. N., Johnson and son, Kenneth, and Mrs. Minnie Gerald, of Chaffce, visited Mrs. Johnson's sisler, Mrs. C. P. Wells, Wednesday. for two weks from lumbago and Joc Lsaacl :' anti r(lmlly ' arthritis, Is now Improving and ex- , ***' a ™ "™ ''" v " : the' R M. Holt is attendh,,- to bust- ' ,'nMrscDent ir of ; i. and Mrs. R. C. Dent ir., ofj M , MC Haiicy. who is a ., M aces C aiic. Cam hersvillc were here yestcr- t do|lt , u Arltlmsas state college lay to be with Mr. Dent's sister, , t Joncsbol . 0> spent tlic weekend hcr ,, ar cnls, Mr. M cHaney. and Mrs Holland Society — Person;*! Demonstration Club News Notes W. M. S. Meets . The' Baptist Women's Missionary Society met with Mrs. C. J. McCormick Wednesday. The Royal Lost Cane The I^osl Cane Home Demon c.tratioii Clnl> met Friday night at the school for an organization meeting. The following officers were elected: Mrs. C. A. Evans, president; Mrs. Bob Veacii, vice president; Mrs. Lewis Bayght'i 1 , .secretary; Mrs. Hortense Towles, ic porter. Community leaders were appointed as follows: Mrs. Boi Veach, yard improvement; Mrs Ora Flagg, sai'dening; Mrs. Spend William;;, canning; Mrs. LewL At the Hospitals Mrs. E. J. Browne was removed to the BIytheville hospital Saturday afternoon after having been for ten days at her homo. Her Million today is unchanged, f. B. Gacrett was admitted to c Memphis Baptist hospital yes-day. Claude Gregory and Mrs,. Ross inner, both of Carulhe'rsvillo, •we been admitted to the -St. oecpIVs hospital, Memphis. Baugher, clothing; Toivles, foods; Mrs. Mrs. W. D. AUc Vast Service Program was" studied, and I binder, home management; Mrs "The Early Pioneer Days of the S. L. McCann. poultry; Mrs. Vir Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lanadon had ) their guests Sunday, Mr. nnd "lint honcybiiii, your Valentine says 'I lov e yon'." ^ "An 1 1 sutf[ioso you belies-c everything yon read, fresh guy! of tins number coming under tills ! guests were seated was^ covered:,;,;,, i. ctunlt ,j Inn'..!! mny be realised that there Is '" "'~"~ '' '" "" Mrs. E. J. Browne, who Is quite 111 at Uic BIytheville hospital. Russell Phillips will arrive home loJay from Nashville, Tenii., where Ki , a | lie was with Mrs. Phillips and her M VS "john°LeCompte, Mr. and Mrs. mother, Mrs. George R. Calhoun, , A u e ' n Browne, Bert Browne and who underwent a major operation. MISS Dorothy Hottus of Memphis, thec- Saturday. Mrs. Callioun's. contlllion Is fair. Mrs. Phillips will remain with her mother for some time. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. S. Talbott of 'Ihcrmcplis. Wyo.. were the guests -' vt.-. ~,,,i M rs j B Nta] of Yarbi'o this week-end before o<>- ni).' 10 Memphis where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Neat's daughter, Mies Pauline Neal. Mrs. Lcc Wolf, of Caruthers- vllle, Is visiting her sister, Jvts. Meyer Graber, and family, for a few days. A. O. Shiblcy left Friday fov Dothan, Ala., to attend thc fu-t lietfil services of a friend. He will return the latter part of the week. Morse Kochlitaky. formerly of hire bLi now of Columtus, Miss.j rly Baptists." The hostess served (louphnuts and liot cnocoliitc at the conclusion of the program. The next mectini! will be at the home -of Mrs. Roy Edwards. Mrs. Jimmy Champ, of New Survey, was the suest of Miss Betty Hicks last week. Mr. and Mrs. Major Sandford Hss Bhihdiy Fariy LHtle Polly Ann Akin, daughter cl Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Akin celebrated her third birthday with a party Saturday afternoon at her home on Doiigan avenue. The house was decorated with van-colored • b a 11 o n s suspended from different points in the living rcom.." " The birthday cake, decorated with three candles, and ica cream were served to tlic IS gussts, and for ,. a great deal to be expected of this investigator ..." Following Mrs. Proctor's speech, the hostesses. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, Mrs. J. V. Dates, and Mrs. E. F. -Blomeyer served n sandwich^ plate. ComrHniciit liridc-Elcrl. favors, the children ;. were valentines and balloons. given with various sized hearts. Two can-i die .slicks emerging from two red i,',.""' npplcs ami a corsage with lace 1 paper for the background | and gum ' drops for the blossoms, formed mi attractive centerpiece for this ta- cle. Corsages similar lo the one u-cd In this centerpiece byt nwlc on H smaller scale were given thc I fjucsts as favors. These were made to (| , • rie afte. Hayti Societv — Personal gie McDonald, handicraft; an Miss Doris Ingram, recreation. The Pawhecu Demonstration clu met Friday for a luncheon . meet ing. wilh Mrs. Jess Langley, ores dent, in charge. Following tl luncheon reports were given I the varisus chainn™ and Mi left Wednesday for Sacramento, I Cora Lee Cclcman, home demoi Calif. strntlon agent, gave demonstr; Tom Edwards is still seriously ill|tio:iK in soybean cookery and Bo from heart disease. [ton brown bread. The afternoo Mrs. Glen Calivk'k, of New was spent 'making a mattress. Madrid, returned home last w:ek alter visiting Mrs. Betty Wilford, win is seriously ill at the home Mrs. Entertains . Mrs. 'Ofic Shepherd entertained the Big Sister Club Friday with a Valentine party. This club is composed of members of the Ann Culbertson Sunday school class. The Valentine motif was carried out in decorations, favors and refreshments. Mrs. J. W. Chapin. who was the honored guest, was the re- of her daughter, Mrs. Dcwey Kcn- isy. Mrs. Russell Devorc, of Deslogc, Mo., was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cahoon, Thursday. Sam Kenley, accompanied cipicnt of gifts. number of birthday Mrs. W. A. Weldemeyer, of Lit- | "«- -"id MV<;. B. H. DCWCCBC and Me Rock, spent the week end with hcr daughter. Mrs. Neill Reed, and family. Miss June Koclitllzky. of Columbus. Miss., who is a student in the University of Missouri at Colum- Mrs. C H Hall complimented j by Mrs. Bryant Stewart. . f 1 '" 1 '. wns thc guest of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Maiy Virginia Arnold of, 'AS the guests arrived, they were , R «" D- Hughes ami family Sat" ' ' "*•'"" "'•- "-- accompanied by Caps Glrar- Erown Brcwn Home Demonstrate Constipated? die Mitel Srholl. ADLERIKA <irby Bros. Drug Co. ) l| Everything for your entertainment and comfort. Admission Malinuc 10c & 2Gu Admission Nlglil I6c & 3b'c Club met Friday morning at t home of Mrs. Barney Thrclkc Each chairman gave reports and the club decided to hold their regular meetings in the church. A demonstration in soybean cookery and Boston brown bread was given Memphis, niancec of her Sheldon Hall, wilh two parti on, i entertained In an adjoining room j urday. She was ace ies fay Miss Kathryn Grear. who play- [ Mra - Fr «I Groves ot daughtcrs, Mildred Jean and Jackie, and Mrs. K. K. Dewecse and son. Herbert, of Concord, spent the week end in St. Louis with Mr. pe- wccsc'Si sisler, Mrs. E. E. Lumerl and Mr. Lumert. Mrs. A. S. Bluster, of Nevada. v;as called here Saturday to lie [with her grandmother, Mrs. Florence Jamison, who is seriously ill pneumonia at the home oi by her son, Alton, and Wilbourn | by Miss Cora Lee Coleman. homo Clark, of Denton, has gone to; demonstration agent. A social hour Econcville, Ky., to be with her j was enjoyed following thc busi- stetcr, Mrs. Osshie Edwards, who i nccs meeting, at which lime tVal- is seriously ill from pucumonln. j rntinc games were played and thc Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Crews left L hostess served a Valentine plate last week for a tivo weeks vacation , lunch with heartshaped cookies, in Hot Springs, Ark. They were sandwiches, and hot chocolate, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ike Miller, of BIytheville. Sam Kenley is seriously ill from pneumonia. Paul Correll, of Warden, is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Henderson. Mrs. Guy Wilson, who hits been ill for seme time, is still confined to her Uonie. , . peumonn o luring the week end. Shurln? hoii- c( i tte piano. Musical contests ntid . " eau . w 'th whom she spent the , ^ daughter Mrs C D Holder. <rs with Miss Arnpld was her sii- | Garat r,. with Mrs. George M. Hunt ! wep|r - c "d- i Mr nnrt M ' r ,. A ' o ' Sanders iwl ^ "-— -------- - - -' Mr. nnd Mrs. A. G. Sanders M.I . . . tr, Miss Shirlcj AruoW. who will ^ ,, U hc piano, cntertttlnwl the B n Have Valentine Tarty. The GIris' Auxiliary of the Firs Baptist church, had a valentine party Friday nizh.t at the _. home of Mary Loui'fi' EUUns; : , . \1' '„ In the valentine game;,-' whiqh were played, Lillian Riyes -arid AJicc Jo McFall prizes. were awarded •The d A sandwich plalc wns served lo the 15 present,. » • * Mrs. Howard B. Proclor Addresses Club Women "Mrs. Howard B. Proclor of Little Rock, secretary to the Industrial Welfare commissioner of Arkansas, was the principal speaker at the meeting of. tlie Literary department of the Woman's club at the clubhouse Friday afternoon. Her sub- "ject was "Women In Industry." Others who.appeared on tlie program were: Mrs. Winnifrcd Reynolds, president of the Business and Professional Woman's club, who spoke on "Women In Business"; Mrs. -. William Bcrrynran, chairman of the Tritsrnational Re' lations committee of the same club, who talked on "Women in Legislature", and Ross it. Stevens, who sanj ti Scotch and an Irish ballad, 'mold was accompanied by Mrs. George M. 'cnterpicce. Lee. . MIS. James Hill, who presided over the prcgram, told in her open- In * remarks about Dorothy Thomp- ulatorstonimortliattUe prospective rn- *>-ri Midame Chiang Kai-shek, as prominent women. Mrs. Proctor said in par I: "We find that the clubwomen ir, the entire nation have become increasingly articulate in their desire to improve the economic situation of women, especially to make more effective, through wide organization and fuller study, the contribution of women toward the advancement of policies to better the employment conditions and 'the opportunities for fullness of life for both men and ivomen. > "This afternoon, we will discuss "-- aius cT women's work as we find it at present. Today, try as you will, you can't get away from thc woman in industry. She is everywhere, and everywhere she Is doin? interesting work, as well as useful and important work for you. According lo the 1930 census, we find 10,750,000 women in gainful employment In the United States . . . "For;more than 25 years, however, women workers of the nation have been the subject of protective legislation p by practically every state in the union ; . . "It Is the duty of the state department cl labor to enforce thc provisions of the iaw for the protection of females as to hours and Wages, in addition to laws requiring seats In work places and certain sanitary rules, and" other legislative provisions. The legislature has provided funds for only one Investigator for this work. With 110,193 females gainfully employed in Arkansas, .and with more than one haL' he house'' with Valentine placc- :ards supplying a seasonal nole. i In thc bridge games which fol- . Icwed the luncheon, Mrs. W. A. Affliek received a Fcstorln flower, towl for high prize, and Mrs. L. | E. Old was given a cookie .ini', for second high. The cut prize. vent to Mrs. Harrhan Taylor. Miss Irnold was presented with six ice lea spcons In her roscpoiut pnt- 'ern. while her' sister was given 'landkerchiefs. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal - —• t •• i wiiiiam rvdiispiit, ui it*;\v niuunu, Mr. and Mrs. o. N. Hawkins f-r W as here Saturday visiting Mr. ami a few. days between band engage- M ,. s Ange lo Mahoulis. '"Wits.-. Mrs. Sam Burdlric returned I'Yi- Sam, H. Williams spent, the week dav f rom Bragg city, where she d'.lh'Lskc Villa.e. Ark. I ^ 3 visUed hc r sUtcr, Mrs. Richard decorative- note was ot " lc wcck to tle wilh Ucr siste ''' decoratno note wa-, ^ Harrison Holly who died a few minutes after she arrived. Moe part "alurdav afternoon with thc val , , _ . , , •nline scn-me being carried out I ?? 1 . pll1Bn ? Bncor l f f, h i"I c ">\^' ; in thc tallies. end''111 Lake Village. Ark. i .Mrs: W. J. Wunderlich was in , Memphis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Parnsworth Black and'daughter. Betty, spent Saturday in Memphis. Herman Carleton was In Bates- villc. Miss, where he visited his sister, Mrs. W. B. Lues, over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby and Mr. and Mrs. Farmer England returned last night torn New or- Cooking Demonstrations To Be Given This Week A series of special cooking demonstrations will be given at thc Kroger Store at the corner of Main and First Streets this week, it was announced, today by Mike Simon manager of 'tlie store. The rJemjn- strations are to begin today and will be given each clay througl Saturday. Miss Eula Johnson o Memphis is schedule;! to cctithi; thc demonstrations which are free lo the public. , .... .—,. was "'^ hclc rot , u . ie tl " leral nnd leans, where they spent a few days. A set of crystal ash trays went Is spending several days with rela- Mrs Kjrby's brother. W. C. Wil- Mrs. A. R. Welenkamp. who tivcs •ns hi*)), antl a nut grinder lo Mrs. George Zictler and , Mrs. Charles Crigger jr.. who \\n~, children and Mrs. Lilt?, of 3t. touis, -cond hiah in the bridge names. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones of '•Irs. Thad Nicol received lipstick Senath. and Mr. and Mrs. Bob V. iwcls for the cut prize and Miss Cooksey. of Kenuett. were here for 'mold was presented a crys'.al the funeral of A. W. Wren. salad course wns .served. Cthcr prenuplial parties honor- ""g Miss Arnold will be given dur- the coming two weeks. Mrs. Mrs. Wylie Lynch has been taken to the St. Joseph's hospital, in Memphis, for treatment. Dale Rulledge has returned home tram St. Joseph's hospital in Mem"am Smith, of Memphis, aunt <>f phis where he underwent an oner- he bride-elect, will entertain with ntion. He is progressing nicely. : luncheon Wednesday afternoon., HaroW . 5tcc i c lias b ccn confined 'fvs. John Ozzcll-'anrt Mrs. Archt- (n (h( , holne o( i, ls mo ilier. Mrs. R. aid Lobb, also of Memphis, will c g , eclc fr . th is wcek wm , i n nu- ntcrtam with :i hnfii pliowcr ii\ •er honor Friday afternoon. Mrs. TJmtrough Willey. of Marianna 'rfc., aimt of thc bride, will give lmra ert by an obscure German pro• buflcl supper• Eimday night at. rcKor> WaUlsee-Muller, The American continent wis bourn, antl Mrs. Wllbourn of Pari- gould, accompanied them on the trip. Frank Grear spent tlie week end In Potts Camp, Miss., where he visited relatives. _ Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Holt and daughter, Ernestine, left yesterday fcr Little Rock ami Port Smith. They are expected to return tonight. Donald Kalbacher and James Edwards visited friends in Paducah, Ky.. over the weekend. H. Highfill attended lo business in Memphis over the weekend. Mrs. Herman Graves went to Memphis Sunday lo sco her brother who Is in Campbell's Clinic then Mr. and Mrs. Louis Applcbaun: Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Applebanm. Joe Applcbaum, and Phillip Applebaum Burciine. She was accompanied by her nephew, Richard Btirdine jr. >--Elmer Wilbanks jr., ot Parma was here Friday visiting Mr. nud Mrs. John Alsup and attending to luslness. Miss Gladys Chism, who is employed in Memphis, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Fannie ;hism. .Mrs. V. E. Hopkins of Chaftee, was here last week visiting hei mother, Mrs. B. D. Crowe. Roy Stockings, of Charleston, was nere Wednesday attending to business. Mrs. L. A. Gibson has -returned Read Courier News Want Ads. NEW SPRING YAHNS AND FASHIONS By Ecrnut FREE INSTRUCTIONS Mrs. Leslie Hooper 1103 ChMcmvbn Plume HOWS YOUR STOMACH? Othhoin;i Cily—Mrs. I.y.lia Russell. 310 S.W. Mill Si., says: "Ailir calinK I \vnuld belch Kas. I'pc.tl ilidn'l stein lo uotiristi me. 1 liad n't ' appctile. and J was ihin ( ntul vvc.ik. After usiii^ Dr. I'iercc's Golctcn Jfedicil discovery I i-n- >oj'cd my meals anil tia'l * stoniacli distres?. I fell much stro;:Ker. v (.omplcxiuii \vas clcari-r nn<l i gained ti'yiit." liuy it at your dtuy stoic. "Every Day's a Holiday' with MUK West, Charles WL«- ninsrer, Lloyd Nolan, Charles liuUerworlh and B tl m u n cl Lowe. Also Paramount News & Comedy Admission Matinee lOc & 2fi<; i Ailmi^ion Night 16c & 3Uc i Bu//ef riddled! Laugh packed! ' Young love iire smokes ou gangolracke!e> Our Ilcguliir I'ermancnls during February 313 N. Secimd Phone 70S Head GOLDS - COMFOTR.T: 0a;/y • (.thcdi£t Choir ilaii niirh Delight Supper Eaint Valentine was thc prc- king of Portugal. 'ominnting (lecorative note al thc 'sp-inlsh delight." supper which vas given Friday night at |bc. r irst Methodist church tor mem- i ere of the choir, their husbands, j "ives, prospective members :md wo guests, Mrs. H. Lynn Wad-: .nd Mis. J. D. Barfesdalr. A lace clo'h was us?d on ' crying table' whjch hatl a minUi- Dre valentine house as its ceuter- >IECP. Tlic heart shaped house was ed nix! lights from within sho-ivcil Jrcugh the little windows. It was )laccd en a ,heart shtipwl xinv. ormation,. with gravel wnlks Icatl- ng up to the house. Tlie dinner table al which the Only one of the 0'^ elements in the xiniverse is unknown; clement N6. 87 is worth ?4.000.000 a pound. 666 Liqutd-Tatilcls Salve-Nose Drops for NOTICE TO MY FRIENDS I am working at Parker's Barhrr Shop in thc Glcncoo Held. Come to see me where you tan get the best' barter work. Everything new and stem. Your friend and barter K. I,. "WW" CUOCKKK i COLDS price IOC & 25C , 1934 Chevrolet Truck Long wheelbase—Closed C:ib—Dtuil Wheels—Stake Body. Good Tires. A good truck—priced for quick sale. Only ,$74.00 down and §15.00 per month. PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY 5th &• Walnut Phone 810 You arc cordinlly invited lo attend ;i (Icmon- stfation of MAJESTIC WATERLESS COOKWARE to be held tit.the 0/recfod br Chiiilf C'jbannf. Produced b-f William Siiirom. .Screen play by J. Robert Bron, Edmund Iissph, Harry Segall. f KO - RADIO riCTUEt Also ;c!eclfd shorts Ksiun JT-itiiice iOt Jfc 2Ec niifi.on Nislit ]Cc ,fc Me CcmiTi^ Snnn: ti.H'1'V L.IXDIKC THE HOKIlICANIi Al.I. THIS WKKK Dcmunsti'JttioHs Comluclccl l!y of Memphis Cleanliness and health arc assured in w.vlK<l tKe Maytag way. Baliy's dainty B.ir- nicnls. clothes worn next to your skin, N"ork or play clothes,all w.ithc<l clean without liaiwl r"»- bingor boiling, so carefully that they last longer Iflw cost nvxlcH anil easy terms put Mayti: qmliiy within reach of every homf. SiKh su- l^erior feature* as the one-piece, cjst-aKinnnuni tu^, Gyrafoam wAshin;t action, sediment trap and Roller Water Remover have given the L Maytag world leaner- j ship for over fifteen years. Nfaytags available with new 1 win- Cylinder engine. IHt MAVTAO 1RONEI An Irontr of unuiuil jp«d, ^implidty aivi 1 (onvcmctKC. AsV for ft free home (rill irwiirig.; Six Molds at a vide . price range. Ask !a a iaMrutrMm. 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