The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 15, 1938 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 15, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY IB, 1938 Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Youth council of First Christian, Church sponsoring box supper at 6:30 pm. Parent Teacher associations ol city meeting at. High School auditorium at 3:00 o'clock. . Mrs. Loy Welch entertaining Wednesday Contract club. Wednesday Bridge club being entertained by Mrs. Matt Monaghtm. Sadies' Bible Study of church of Christ meeting with Mrs. Herman Spicer of Luxora at 2:30 p.m. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Meeting of Armorcl Parent Tsacli- er association at I'M p.m. Miss Laura Flatt - entertaining Business and Professional Women's Circle, First Methodist church, 7:30 o'clock at' home of Mrs. H. Lynn Wade., Jewish Ladles' Aid meeting h Temple Israel at 8:CO p.m. Euaellan Sunday school class o the First Bap'.isl church meeting with 'Mrs. ,V IJ. Chambers at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Carrol Blafcemorc liavlii; Thursday Contract club. Thursday Aftcriio-n club meeting with Mrs. Randolph Smith. Mrs'. Byron Morse 'entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. •Mid-Week Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Harry W. Haincs. Altar Society of the churoh o'. the immaculate conception span- poring blneo party at the catholic Hall at 8:00 p.m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Music Dspp.rtment of Woman's Club meeting at club houss at 3:00 o'clock. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Flan Candy Sale Finns for a candy sole were made by members of the B. P. P. club nl a meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mnry Lynn Jackson In the short business session the secretory, Betty Dodsoii, read lhc minutes of the previous meeting, • During tho social hour, a desscrl course wns served by the hostess mother,' Mrs. E.'.». .Tsickson. ' * * ' -» Use Chill Supper La Fetra Mav entertained five o her friends with a chill supper Prl <iav r.isM at her home. >. Guests for the affair were: Mar Helen Moore, Mary IJirm Jackso' Peggy Burks, June Workman, ail Pessy White. - . • '. Following the siinper. .tlie.y Joi: other members of the B. P. rlub, Betty. Dodson, Patricia ,Wis Sara Lou McCnlehcn an(l f .Cbr Jean. Mosley, and two gue&ts;*ron 'my-Dean Hatcher and Vcra Elli beth Gaodrlc 1 ', frr a skating part)'. • * * * To Have Box Supper An old fashioned box .cunucr. j-~^«.«ro^ h u .f.Vir. youth council of the First Christian church, will be held at the .social hull at G:30 Wednesday night. Proceeds from the supper will be used to send Council delegates lo the conference -which, will be held on the Petit,--Jean Mountain at M6r- rilton, Ark., in June. The public Is cordially invited to attend this affair, It was announced today. charge of were discussed at the meeting. At the social hour, the gucsH were served a sandwich plate and Iced drinks. rians Made for Year Plans for the years' program were made at the meeting of Uic Children of the Confederacy .Saturday Afternoon til the home of Becks' McCall when )2 members were present. In the absence of, the president, Ruth Patterson presided. Before outllnlns the future activities of the group, a report, was made- of two baskets which had been aciit lo Confederate veterans. During Ihe social hour, ice cream and cake were served. * * i Have Sucial Meeting Members' of the Young Matron's Sunday school class of the First Baptist church metal the home of Mrs. Chester Caldwell for their monthly social meeting last; night when Mrs. Burke BnrKer and Mrs. Frank Asher were also hostesses. Following the short business meeting, Hie group played games and liad contests. Twenty-five members, the teacher, Mrs. Theodore Logan, and two guests were present. A sandwich plate was served by the hostesses. ing of tho representatives from different Planter's Crop Loan Associations. ",' ' '.'• Mildred'Lou Hubbard, who attends-' Soul/western University »l Memphis, and Miss Virginia Wagner, Hartwoll Morton and Charlie Perry, who ultcml the same school were the gucst-s ,'of her parents,, Mr. and Mrs. G. 'Cj. Hubbard. Sunday. • Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kcutcr arc in Helena this week' visiting Airs. Kculcr's sister. Mrs. John Wii-non Mr. and Mrs. Bob 'nurni; and Miss LouUe Legjctt spent Sunday in Memphis as the Ruestii of Mrs Burns' and Miss LeascH's aunt Mrs. P. S. Bonds, and Mr. Bonds Ciiis anil Rush Goodman, o Lnxora, have moved to Blythcviile to make their home with their lpamils. Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Tanker.slcy, Mrs. J. B. Tankevsley. who has been seriously ill with influciv/.n is much improved today. Girl Scout Executive Here To Organize Local Council 'Miss Ray Mitchell. ':•? EC illative wno reprc- ] croups. of the vnrlotis civic "Well 1 wish you luck, kids—but yon may <<ct turned down." "Ol>. no. We're win' :i new approach. We :irc NQT work'm' throvigh collcEC." our way 'ill Ol)s:rvc minder's Day Miss Winnie Virgil Turner will be 10 principal speaker on the Foun- ernoon when nil (he Parent- ••••,, lr.1 by Mary Fmlh Pmkctt. aiu | pfltter and Mri the Drownies' own story was toUl j ^^ B ^^ wcnl (o Mcmphls >. \rnry LOU Joyncr. Saturday lo visit friends and rela- T., n Brownies m essa gcfm J^ "^ DavW rctumcd SmA ^ but Mrs. Potter At the Hospitals diaries !•'. Hedge undsnvc.nt an operation today at lhc Blythevillc hospital for the removal of a large tumor on-one side of Ilis face. His condition is very good. Fred Boyclt was taken to the Blylhevllle hospital yesterday In u Hclt ambulance, where he underwent an operation for appendicitis. ' Miss Ora Lee Dodson. of Osceola. underwent an appendectomy yesterday at the Blytheville hospital. Thomas Albritton, 11. whoso skull was fractured Sunday afternoon when ho was accidentally .» golf club, was removed to his ;\ome at Steelc today. Mrs. Ralph Nichols and infant son have been removed from Hie Blylheville hospital lo their home in a Cobb ambulance. K. Bennett, of Basscll. is a/ patient at the Memphis Metho (list hospital. Mrs. L. C. Faust, of Hayti. ba: been admitted to the Mecnphi Methodist hospital. .Miss'Mary Massey was taken tiic Memphis Baptist hospital yes terday. n-.-iits the Girl Scout national or- fianlzatioii as director of the Dixie Region, com'nriMiiE Alabama, Mis- kdppi, Louisiana.- Arkansas and Tennessee, arrived here Monday for the purpose of organizing a local council to direct the activities of (ho five Girl Sccut troops in 1 lhc city, It K said lhat Miss Mitchell has had a wealth of experience in all of Girl Scouting. rjeeimiinj; j her affiliation with the movement \ ar, loi'iil • f'.liTdflr in Macon, Oa.. Mies Mitchell Ms served as rcK- ional director of Girl Scout activities in Ohio, West Virginia, and Kentucky, which compose the Kcnowva Region. In addition, .she 1ms acted as fictional camp nd- vl:er in tiin Julictle Low and Dixie regions, which include most of the southern states. Miss Mitchell also The first meeting scheduled .during her slay here is a dinner Wednesday night at. Ihe Hotel Noble for (he Iroop leaders ut which lime Mis:; Mitchell will instruct llicni in lhc dullcs ol their position. gives training courses at various Girl Seoul national training looln. She Is a graduate ol corgiu State College. Miss Mitchell will cnuml most of is week contacting mothers ot outs and organizations of the ty in on effort to establish .1 uncil composed of citizens rcii- Balhtubs More Perilous Than Motor Cars in City BAN FRANCISCO (Ul't-Bath- liibs were more perilous for San Franciscans last year limn automobiles, according to the 11)37 report by J. C. Cicigcr, liraltli director.. Slippery bathtubs and soapy floor: acccunted for 211 deaths, as against IDIi by motor cars. Most of the balhtub and slippery llooi victims were past 50. Sradberry Infant Dies. At Family Home Here ^ Funeral services were held .Sun- • day afternoon for Vickey Gay Brad-v berry, only child of Mr. and Mrs.-.. W. II. Ilradbcrry, who lived only one; hour alter she was born late Saturday night, at the residence, 617' Park street. - : The Rev. J. L. Newsom, yiaslor of lhc Gosncll Baptist church, ofll-' elated and burial wns made at, : .mwood cemetery. • Cobb Funeral home was In charge I funeral arrangements. Mother the concluding number on the pro- of A pageant, ' ; Thc Seven Lamps of /earning," will be : presented and he Another's chorus will sing on .he program. A prlza of S4 based on tho attendance percentage will be given the association with the most representatives present. Armor*! Group " superintendent of „,„ be (ho I ton Thursday night, n't 1:00 o'clock. •" combine the Day remained for a longer period, of time I.', ode to consult her specialist. Mrs, A. G. Little and Mrs. J: A. Leech are spending today In Me.m- j phis. Mrs. Eunice Young spent the weekend in Newbcrn. Term., as the guest of her mother, Mrs. . : Kit,ty Lancaster. '-•••., Miss Willie Nebut and her mother, Mrs. Jim Nebhut, and Miss Mary Revello were the weck- the high sshool will bo hostesses at a tea given in the homo economics cottage. • • « U-Mothers?'of members .of the Brownie pack of the Girl Scouts were entertained at ft tea given Saturday afternoon In the social room of the First. Presbyterian church. . Donna Lou Glazier nn:l Marilyn Dean presided at the tea tabla on Hugh Saelcr Weds Miss Joyce Spray berry Miss Joyce Sprayberry, .daughter of Mrs. Lydia Sprayberry of here and Mr. Sprayberry cf Covington, Tenn., became the bride of Hush Saeler, of Little Hock, Saturday night al 9:30 o'clock. . The,-ceremony was read by the Bev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor of fhe First- Baptist church, at his llome before the bride's mother Miss Frances Damon and Mrs. Hull Pillow, ••'••'.- ! The bride wore a one pi&cc dres of flowered silk crepe and her sboul der corsage was of mixed Hovers •Mrs. Saeler attended the Blylha vllle schools and later worked the Oloncoe Grill. She will rcmal here for a short time wliile M Saelec, who is n wholesale dm salesman, continues his work Memphis and other parts of Tennessee. They will Inter make their home in.Jackwn. • • which was ussd a white cloth -id with heart decornllons. The valsn- • line scheme was further emphasized in.lhc lablo decorations by..nut cupi painted red and filled with hcirl shaped candles. Prom this table, hot chocolate, tea, canapes and cookies, cut In a heart formation, were ervcd. Polled (lowers arranged throush- ut the social room added a ilecora- Ive note. Mjniaturc furniture was iscd for this affair. The favors were smnll cardboar:! irownics made by Barbara Monag- inn. These were hung about the neck of each mother us she signed the guest book. • A chorus composed of Ann Wcid- inan, Martha Ann Lintisnlch. Ncnin Burks, Joan Shanks, Nancy P:irl- lo\v and Mnry Jo Nnbcrs sang Hie "Crocodile Song" nnd "Sweet Roslo O'Grady." A choral reading of "Someone" was given by Mary Ann Parks, Mary May Daniels and Patsy Travis Jean Morris plnycil Iwu piano jclos. "China Town" by Holers in:l "Butterfly" by Motl. A dramaltation of Rcborl Louis Stevenson's "Qood and Bad Children" was read by Wanda ,'jniith and acted by Martini Jean Nave. Ann Callis, and Evelyn ,tcan Hat- clicr. Ttie Briwnic promii.c aiv.l r,ulule Furniture We have the largest slock c$ seconfl hand furniture in this part of the stale. Come in and look it over and remember ..,. YOU CAN BUY ON. mrtilers an.. attend, it was announced today. * .* Mithodlcl Society ! Has Program • Mrs. James. Hill was leader ol the program on "World Community In American Cities" at the program meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of Ihe First Msthcdisl church Monday afternoon. She was assisted by Airs. Joseph \VJ Parker and Mrs. Edwin Jones, who discussed work of community houses in lhc south. In the short business meeting n motion to repair mid repaint the parsonage was passed. During the social hour which followed, refreshments were served. Hostesses for the day were Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. E. V Hill, Mrs." C. E. Criguer. Mrs. Parser, Mrs. C. G. Redman, Mrs. J. Browne, and Mrs. C. C. Lung- Gton. V. W. A, Meets C:lie nice WHK chairman of the prcirttni presented at (he meeting c-f the Y. W. A. of lhc First Bap- list church last niglil at the home •of Mrs. Arthur Nelson. .She was assisted on the program by Odessa McGhce, who talked ou lhc "Frontier Missionary." Jean Carlock. who gave a review of the life of Chief .John Jumper and Doris Delk. who discussed the life of David Daniel Cooper. Focus week whirli was observed last week and lhc mid-week prayer service which this group was in Nebhut's tcr. Mrs. Barton Bond, of Arlington, Tenn. Gilbert Hammock, R. G. Cash, Frank Grigsby. L. D. Chamblin and A. H. Wallace attended ''a Chevrolet meeting and the wresting-'.match in Memphis last night.- Miss Jenny Wren. Dillahunty, icr 'houscguest, Miss Ftelda -Secoy if. Jonesboro, and Karris McCalla, verc In Memphis Sunday for Blaokstono chow at the Orplicurn. Mrs. J. L. Thompson and son. Jimmlc, and Miss Mildred Thomas, of- Memphis, spent Sunday here us of Mrs. Thompson's sons, Hugh- Nelson nud J. L. Thompson, jr., and families. '''' Don Pcttit and George Martin' tpcnl fhe week end in Memphis. George W. Barha matlcnded to business in. New Madrid yesterday. • Mrs. Frank Tomllnson of Nashville, Tenn., arrived Monday morning to spend the week with hci mother. Mrs. S. P. Crafton, and family. W. C. Leggelt has returned from Oxford. Miss., where he attended to business Tor several days. Miss Jenny Wren Dillahnnty Frank Bell and H. C. Knappcn bcrgcr are in Carulliersville today where they arc attending a mcet- Marriage Licenses Fivn 'tonoles have obtained license to wed from .the Blytheville cllic oC the county court clerk (liirin Ihe past week. Names of 'the' couples folio; Dentford Archer and Mrs. Myrt Campbell, both of Blytheville; Janu \V. Sondy, of Etowah, and Mi Sue Llndsey. of Manila."with Ma istrate T. L. Cassidy psrfcrmii the ceremonv; VVIIliain Henry Mil and Miss Lcssie Estellc Fello both of-Memphis; Miller Webb a Miss Pearl Campbell, both ot Bl.vihevlllo: A. J. Ward and Miss Ruth Louise Doss, both of Delight. Ark. s Burned When Matches Ignited. In Hip Pocket Jin annual even!. In Calcutta i. known as the Nonh's Alk race; tin ccmpedlors on one occasion wen a goat, a horse, and mi elepliani checks COLDS FEVER first day Allen nice. 13-year-old son of Police 'chief' E. A. Rice, anil Mrs. !i:e, isn't feeling so well today. Ho s confined .to His home because f a burn on his hip which hn re- eived yesterday when some matches became ignited in his pocket. It all started from the collecting 'oubv. For -two years he lias collected match holders and yesterday he found several to add lo bis large collection. In seme manner, ihe matches in the holders became ig- •Jted throujh friction and lie was burned before he coiiU remove his .ot.ilng. Liquid, Tablets Salve, Nose Drops Try "Kub-My-1'lsm"-World's Ltnhncnt Ilcadacbc, 30 minutes. VU- -Free From (rritatu n mid Backache—Sleep Sound AU Night Without Getting lip When ynu huvc to get up e • tliree limes every night- awl •'am biick aclies; possibly some,' nifihicss under the eyes—»rob- ,bly all yon need is a gentle kid- icy stimulant ami diuretic like Ramon's l!rov,nic Pills for lliq' Kidneys." If you want to sleep sound— -. keep 'free from bladder weakness;, backache and possible rheuma- lism <lo :is thousands of wise Am-. ericans arc (loins today—slart taking Ramon's—they arc inexpensive and guaranteed—35 cents at all druggists. NEW SI'KING YARNS AND FASHIONS Ily Beniut FKEH INSTRUCTIONS ntrs. Leslie Hooper 1109 chlckasawba Phone 792 Rabbi Pollack Is To , : Speak At Caruthersville Rabbi Herman Pollack will speak itimsday evening before Ihe C;i- rnlhcrsville Rolarj' Club al the Methodist Church on "Makini America Safe for Differences." In the United States, cotton is planted anywhere from March 1 o June 1 and picked from July ,0lo late in the winter, depend-j ng on the locality. fnON'T T^KE NEEDLESS RlSKSl) Treat Colds Proved Way Tills doubly-prouci treatment relieves colds without."dosing." Proved inworld's]nrge5tcDlds?clinic;/«r(;icr proved by use In more liomes than any oilier medication of its kind. REDUCE SAFELY Says Noted Authority Go to Klrby Bros., mid get a bos of Rock-A-Wftlcr Tablets. Reduce 10 pounds In U dnys. Thirty-day IrcBlment only $2.00. nnd guaranteed to make yon lose tut without dieting. —Adv. JustniassagnVapoRuh l---4li. I iB on throat, chest, and I 11 J---1 Bbcicfc at- bedtime. Its poultice-vapor action starts bringing relief almost at once. Loosens phlegm, eases coughing, helps break localcongestion. Of ten, by morning the worst of the cold is over. HOME CORSETRH ' l ° CHAHI/ Reliablo fashion authorities slress iho importance ol expeil r personal advice in the selection cf a founrjolion ctat- ment. Charis r.ustomets enjoy this service, without extra charge—conveniently, ol home. The Criaiis Studio ol Personalited Figure Imptovemcnt is directed-by o capable/ carefully trained local resident, She wtll gladly arrange a home showing ol Chans'and Swavts foondofionsat yqurconvanienco. Just write ai 'phone'the address belov/. AIRS. C. F. 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