The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 15, 1938 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 15, 1938
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PAGE TWC BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1938 Ing of tho representatives from different Plahler's Crop-Loan AH- '' Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS • Youth Council of First Christian Church sponsoring box supper at 8:30 pm. Parent Teacher associations ol clly meeting at Hisli School auditorium at 3:00 o'clock. Mrs. Ley Welch entertaining Wednesday" Contract club. Wednesday Bridge club being entertained by Mrs. Matt Monaghan Ladies' Bible Study or Church of Christ meeting with Mrs. Hermai Spfcer of Luxora at 2:30 p.m. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Meeting of Armorel Parent Tjach- er assertion, at 7:00 l>.m. "M'js Laura Flatt entertaining Business and Professional Women's Circle, First Methodist church, 7:30 o'clock at' home' of Mrs. H. Lynn Wade. Jewish Ladies' Aid meeting in Temple Israel at 8:00 p.m. Eujellan .Sunday school class 01 the First Baptist church meeting with Mrs. A. B. Chambers at MO nm. Mrs. Canol lilakemore having Thursday Contract club. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Randolph Smith. Mrs'. Byron Morse entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Mid-Week Bridge club meeting wllh Mrs. Harry \V. Hatnes. Altar Society of the Chur:h o'. the Immaculate conception spon- r-orinj bmeo party at the Calholic Hall at 8:00 p.m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Music Department of Woman's Club meeting at club house at 3:00 o'clock. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia charge of were discussed at the meeting. At tlic social hour, the guest? were served Iced drinks. sandwich plate and "Well 1 wish von luck, kids-hut yon may get turned down." "Oil, no. We're win' a new approach. We arc NO I uwkin' through college." our ivay. I'lans Made for Year Plans for the years' program were made i\t the meeting of the Children of the confederacy Saturday afternoon at the home of Becky McCall when |2 members were present. In the absence of, liic president Rulli Patterson presided. Before outlining the future activities o (he group, a report was made- o two baskets which had been sen lo Confederate veterans. During the social hour, ice cream and cako were served. * • • Have Social Meeting Members of the Young Matron's Sunday school class of the First Baptist church met at the home of Mrs. Chester Caldwell for their monthly social meeting last night when Mrs. Burke BarKer anil Mrs. Frank Ashei- were 'also hostesses Following tho short business meeting, the group played games and had contests. Twenty-five members the teacher, Mrs. Theodore Logan and two guests were present. A sandwich Plate was served by the hostesses. Bits of News Mostly Personal; Miss Mildred; Ix>u Hubb&rd, who Attends' . Southwestern University at Memphis, and Miss Virginia Wagner, Hartwcll Morion and Charlie Perry, who attend I Jin ame school were the gucsUi , o{ icr parents,, Mr. anO Mrs. G.'G! lubbaril, Sunday. • Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kcjilcr arc in Iclcna this week' visiting Mre Cc-utcr's 'sister. Mrs, jolin Wiiftion Mr. and Mrs/Bob Burns and Mlsa' LiulEC Les'jcll .spent Sunday 111 Mciniiliis as the cuests of Mrs, Burns' and Miss 'Lcsselt's aunt, Mrs. P. S. Bonds, and Mr. Bonds. Gus and Rush Goodman, of Luxors, have moved lo Blyihevillc lo make llicir' home wllh Ihcir grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tnnkerslcy. Mrs. J. 15. Tankd'sley. who ii:is Girl Scout Executive Here To Organize Local Council Miss Ray Mitchell, wno reprc-1 suits Ihc Girl Scout national or- flaiilzaliori as director of the Dixie Region, comprisins Alabama, Mis- citElppi, Lculsiana. Arkansas ami Tennessee, arrived Irere Monday tor the purpose of orcaiilzlnir a local council to direct the activities of tho five Girl Scout troops in the ully, It to said that Miss Mitchell has l>itd a wenMh of experience in all fields of Girl Bcoutine. Beginning j her .•iDlllntlon wllh the movement • fllrrctor in Macon, Ga., '.-tentative of the various groups. The first meeting scheduled .during her stay to'e is n dinner Wednesday nig'lH at the Hotel Noble Bradberry Infant Dies At Family Home Here-"'? Tuneral services were lield Sun-'; day afternoon for Vickey Gay Brad-r I berry, only child of Mr. and Mrs.-, is civic i w jj ]3 ra ,H)crry, who lived only one ; hour alter she was born late Sal- urday night, at the residence, 617' for the troop leaders which Park street. •flic Rev. J. L. Newsom, pastor of the aosnell Baptist church, offi-;- lion. . been seriously ill with indueni'.a is much improved today. Balhlubs More Perilous Than Motor Cars in City Mta; Mitchell bus served us regional director of Girl Scout activities in Ohio, Wwl Virginia, 3AN FRANCISCO (UP(—Satli- lulxs were more perilous for San I'onciscans lust year than auto- n:abilcs. according to Ihe 1931 re- Flan Candy Sale Plans 1 for a candy sale were made by inemtas of the B. P. P. club at a meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mary Lynn Jackson. In the short business session the sscretnry, Betty Dodson, read the minutes of the previous meeting. During the "social hour, n dessert course was server! by the hostess' mctrier, Mrs. E. F, Jackson. : ~ » ' * -* Hns Cliili Supper La Fetra Mav entertained five ot her friends with a chill supper Friday nialit at her home, Guests for the affair wore: Marj Helen Moore, Mary Wrin Jackson Peggy Burks, June Workman, and Pecw White. : , Following the siinperi they joined other members of the B. P. P. rlub, Betty Dodson. Patricia Wise. Sara Lou McCutchcn :.and'-,Clara Jean:Mosley, and two Hatcher nnd Vcra Eliza- Vill Observe Founder's Day Miss Winnie Virgil Turner will he principal speaker on the Foim- —is Intl bv Mary Failh Pnckett, and the Brownies' own story was takl L \inry LOU Joyiier. T'>n Brownies message for d 's D ' , og am W edn;sd«V id- Mother given by Wanda Smith was crnooii when alt the Parent- the concluding number on the pio- Teacher associations of the city firaiu. iiceL at 3:00 o'clock at the high school. ' .. ! lhls l™ cl A paacanl, ''The Seven Lamps ot Learning," will be presented and * ri "° rel .. the mother's chorus will sing on To Have M« tl "IT the program. A prizs ol Si based on Iho attendance percentage will be given tlic . association wilh the most represcn- Annoi tatlves- present. • L. H. Autry, snperinleiidcnt of (he Burdelle schools, ivM be tho guest speaker at the meeting of tho Armorel Parent Teacher assooli- Mrs. Frank Potter and Mrs. Fdrtie B. David went to Memphis Saturday to visit rricnds and relatives. Mrs. David returned Sunday, but Mrs. Potter remained for. a longer period, ot lime l.t ode to consult her specialist. Mrs. A. G. Little and Mrs. J. A. Leech are spending today in Mem- I phis, Mr;;. Eunice Young spent the weekend in Ncwbern, Tenn., as the guest ot her mother, Mrs.Kitty Lancaster. At the Hospitals Charles R Hedge imderivnnt an operation today at Ihe Blytlievillo lospltal for the removal of a large .nmor oil one side of his face. His condition is very good. | Fred Bsyclt war, taken to tiie Blvthcvlllc hospital yesterday In a Hclt ambulance, wliere ho underwent an operation for appendicitis. ' Miss Ora Lee Dodson, of Osceola, underwent an appendectomy yesterday at the Blytlievillo hospital, Thomas AlbriUon, U, whose skull was fractured Sunday iiflernoDii when he was accidentally ,n golf club, was removed to his ;\ome at Steele .today. Mrs. Ralph Nichols and infant son have been removed from the Blytheville hospital to their home In a Cobb ambulance. K. Bennett, of Basselt, is a. patient at the Memphis Methodist hospital. Mrs. L. C. Faust, of Hayli, ha: been admitted to the Memplii: Methodist hospital. • .Miss Mary Masses' was taken i tiie Memphis Baptist hospital yes regions, which Include most of Hie O f the bathtub and coutheru stales. Miss Mitchell also [ victims were past 50. gives training courses at various j '_ Girl Scout national terday. nlgh( , nl 7;00 o'clock. Miss Willie Nebut and mother, Mrs. Jim Nebhut, her and Tills meeting-will combine the and the °"d Miss Mary Revelle were the wcek- beth GeodrfcK, frv n skating party. To Have Box Suppsr An .old fashioned box suDuer. i>v t.h<! Youth council of the First Christian church, will be held al the social hall nl 6:30 p.m. Wednesday night. Proceeds from the supper will be used' to send Council dolegatos to the conference -\vliicli will bo held on the petit, Jean Mountain at MOr- rilton, Ark., in June, Tlic public, is cordially invited to attend this affair, It was announced 1 today. the hijh sshool will be hostesses tit a lea glveii; in .the homa economics cottage. iH'—*7>Jfs-"HiWo Tea •• I Mothcrafr ot members ot tlic Brcwriic pack of the Girl scouts were entertained at a tea given Saturday, afternoon In the social room of the First Presbyterian church. Donna Lou Glazier avrt Marilyn Dean presided at, the leu table on which was used a while cloth -:d»eel with lieart decorations. Tin valentine scheme was further emphasized in Hie table decorations by nut cups painted red and Riled with .heart shaped candles. Prom this table, hot chocolate, tea, canapes and cookies, cut in a heart formation, were served. Hugh Saeler Weds Miss Joyce Bpraybcrry Miss Joyce Sprayberry, .daughter of Mrs. Lydla Sprayberry of here and Mr. Sprayberry of' Covihgton, Tenn., became the bride of Hujli Eaelcr, of Little Rock. Saturday night at 9:30 o'clock. Ttie; ceremony was read by the H«v, Alfred Carpenter, pastor of the- First- Baptist church, at his liome before the bride's mother, Miss Fiances Damon and Mrs. Ruth Pillow, The bride wore a one piece dicss of flowered silk crepe and her shoni- der corsage was of mixed flower: •-.Mrs. Saeler attended the Blythj- ville schools and later worked a the Glencoe Grill. She will rcm^n here lor a short time wJi'ile Mr Saeler, who is a wholesale dru salesman, continues his work in Memphis and other parts of Tennessee. They will later make their home in. Jackson. - • • • Potted (lowers arranged throush- cut the sodnl room added a. decorative note. Miniature furniture was used for this affair. The favors were smnll cnrdboar:! brownies made by Barbara Moimg- lan. These were hung about the icck of each mother as she signed jie guest book, • A chorus composed of Ann Wcid- inan. Martha Ann Linlf.enich. Nenn Burks, Joan Shanks, Nancy Partlow and Mary Jo Nabers sang the "Crocodile song" and "Sweet nosio O'Gracly." A choral reading of "Someone" was given b.v Mary i\nu Parks, Mary May Daniels and Patsy Travis Jean Morris played two piano Eclos. "China Town" by nogcr.' in:l "Butterfly" by Motl. A dramatization ol Rcbc:t Louis Stevenson's "Good and Bad dhil- drcn" was read by Wanda Smith and acted by Martlia Jcnn Nave, Ann Cflllis. and Evelyn Jean Hatcher. The Briwiilc promise ;ui:l salute ^ program Fatlier's night program and all n'rthcrs and fathers are urged to attend, it was antiomiced today. MtlhodlEl Society I ilus Program > Mrs. James . Hill was leader ol Ihe program on "World Community In American Cities" nl the pro- iram meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of the First Methodist church Monday afternoon. She was assisted by Mrs. Joseph W.- Parker and Mrs. Edwin Jones, who discussed work of community houses in the south. In the short business meeting, n motion lo repair and repaint Hie parsonage was passed. During the social hour wliicli followed, refreshments were served. Hostesses for tlic day were:' Mrs. Jones. Mrs. Hill, Mrs. E. V. gucsts of Miss Nebliut's sis- Hill, Mrs. C. E. digger. Mrs. Pnr- •;cr, Mrs. C. G. Redman, Mrs. E, J. Browne, and Mrs. C. C. Lung- olon. Y. W. A. Meets C:lle Rice was chairman ot the rutnim presented at the meeting cf Ihe Y. W. A, of the First Bap- list church last night nt the home •of Mrs. Arthur Nelson, she was assisted on the program by Odessa McGhce, who talked on the "Frontier Missionary," Jean Carlock, who gave a review of Ihe life of chief John Jumper and Doris Delk. who discussed the life of David Daniel Cooper. tcr, Mrs. Barton Bond, of Arlington, Tenn. Gilbert Hammock, R.' G. Cash, Frank Grigsby, L. D. Chamblln and ; A. H. Wallace attended '''4 ihevtolet meeting and the wrestling 'niatch in Memphis last niglitr Mfss Jenny Wren Dillahunty,' her 'housegtiejt, Miss- Freida Secoy of- Jonesboro. and Farris McCalla, were lu Memphis Sunday for tse BJockstono show at the Orphemn. Mr:;. J. L. Thompson and con, Jimmic, and Miss Mildred Thomas; of Memphis, spent SunJny here as Riicsta .of Mrs. Thompson's sons; Hugh; Nelson and J. L. Thompson, jr., and families. "'"' Don I'cttit and George Martin 1 cpent the week end in Memphis. George W. Barha matlcndnd to business in. New Madrid yesterday. • Mrs. Frank Toinlinson of Nash.- villo, Tenn., arrived Monday morning to spend the week with hei mother, Mrs. S. P. Crafton, and family. W. C. Leggett has returned from Oxfc/d. Miss., where he attended to business for several days. Miss Jenny Wren Dillahunty Frank Dell and H. C. Knappenberger are in Carulhcrsville today where they are attending a meet Marriage Licenses Five sonnies Imvc obtained license to wed from the Blyihevillc oflic rt the county court clerk durin the past, week. Names of •'Ihe couples folln\ Dentford Archer and Mrs. Myrt r.nmpbell. both of Blytheville; Jami W. Soudy, of Eto\vah. and Mi Sue Llndsey, of Manila, with Mas istrate T. L. Cassidy perfoimii the ceremony; William Henry Mil ami Miss Lessie Estcllc Felto both of'Memphis; Miller Webb a Miss Pearl Campbell, botli of Blytheville; A. J. Ward and Miss Ruth Louise Doss, both of Delight, Ark. time Miss Mitchell will instruct, | c i a ( e( j am j burial was made at Ihcni in the duties of llicir post- imtvoad cemetery. Gobi) Funeral home was in charge f funeral arrangements. - Kee^KidneyTHealthy —Free From Irritatk n U-cid K.i(-tnclu'—Sleep Sound All Night Without Getting Up When you have lo get up i or throe times every night 1 i your back aches; possibly some/ mllmess under tlic eyes—jirob-; ibly all you need is a gentle kidney .stimulant and diuretic like muncn's Brownie Pills for the Kidneys." If you want to sleep sound—, keep 'free from bladder >vcakness;. backache and possible rheunu- lism do as thousands of wise A'rt-, cricanr, are doing loday—start taX- jiig Hamon's—they arc inexpensive and guaranteed—35 cenls lit all rlruggisls. port by J. C. Geigcr, health di- Kcntiicky, which compose Uic i lcclor . Kcnowvn Region. In addition, she \ f_\\ wt . ty UatlHiibs and soapv has acted ns iiutional camp ad- !ioor , acccm j lC( | fol . 2 n deaths, us vl:ci- in Iho Julielts Low and Dixie !:fi ;,j nst uy ) )y n ,5 lo ,. carSp Mos |)oo An aniiinil event in Calcnltii i I competitors on one occasion wer ;i BOiit, a horse, and an clcphan look. She is u graduate oVj known as the Noah's Ark race- In cargia State College. Miss Mllchcl! will spend most ol is week contacting mothers ol outs and organizations of tlic ty in an effort to establish a nuicil composed of citizens rcp- s Burnett When Matches Ignited In Hip Pocket Allen Rice, i:)-ycar-old son of 3 ollce Chief E, A. flice. and Mrs. ^ice, isn't feeling so well today. Ho s confined to his horns because if a burn on his hip which he re- eivcd yesterday when some matches became ignited in his pocket. It all started from the collecting 'onbv. For 'two years he has ccl- •ected niatch holders and yesterday he found several la add to his large collection. In seme manner, the matches in the holders became ig- tit'ed through friction and he was burned before lie coiilu remove lib Llciuld, Tablets Snlre, Nose Drops checks COLDS nnd FEVER Urst day Jleailaclic, 30 ' minutes. Try "Kul)-My-Tism"-Woria's Liniment ViMt NEW SI'KING YARNS AND FASHIONS By Benat KHEE INSTRUCTIONS Mrs. Leslie Hooper 1109 Chiekasawba Phone 10U Rabbi Pollack Is To ;< : Speak At Caruthersville .• Rabbi flerniiin Tollack will speak TnRsdiiy evening before Hie Ca- : riitherevlllc Rotary Club at tlic ilethodiRt Church on "Making America Safe for Differences." 7n the United Stales, cotton is lantcd anywhere from March 1 o June 1 and picked from July 0 to late In the winter, dcpcnd- ng on the locality. REDUCE SAFELY Says Noted Authority Go lo Klrby Bros., and get a bo of Rock-A-Walcr Tablets. Rcduc 10 pounds tn 11 days. 'Jlilrly-dn Focus week whirh was observed treatment only »2.CO, and guarai last week and the miri-week prayer t ec(1 to make you lose fat will service which this group — NEEDLC55 RFSKSl) Treat Colds Proved Way Tills doubly-proved trcalmcnf. relieves colds without, "dosing." Proved lnworld'Glargeotco!(iS7c!imc;/i(rt/ier ~ proved by use in more homes than any other medication of its kind. JnstniassagcVanoRub on throat, chest, and bucA: at- bedtime. Its poultice-vapor action starts bringing relief almost at once. Loosens phlegm, eases coughing, helps break local congestion. Often, by morning the worst of the cold is over. yietcs V VAPORUB lOME CORSETR1 ^ CHAHI/ Relioblc-fashion aullioiilies sliess iho importanceoEexpeil 7 personal advice in ibe selection cE a foundation flar- menl. Chaiis C'jslomcrs enjoy idis service, without exha charge—con- venicnlly, ol home. The Cham Sludio ol Peiionaliied Viguro Improvement is directed .by a capable, careful] y trained local residenl. She will gladly arrange a home showing oE Cliaris and Swavis foundotionsol yqur convenience. Ju^t wrile or 'phone Hie address beloiv. MRS. C. V. MICHAKL. 1405 W. Ash Street Ulylhpvillc "lisctusivc l>islrib:itnr fur Missisii|ini County' 1 AniiouiH-ing (he Opeiiinr; uf PARKER'S BARBERSHOP (ilfncnc Hold Bids, (iarl E. Tarhcr, Prop.. nd Hand Furniture We have the largest stock ci second hand, furniture in this part cf'the state, Come in and look it over and remember .... YOU CAN BUY ON. FfiLl TERMS KUBBARD 2nd HAND Itlyt'lieville, Ark. FREE! FREE! License time is here, only a few more days left. We will buy your 1938 slate license for any car listed below — ,No, S—193!> Chevrolet Master Coupe (Tilt O— 1'Jotr \stlV Vi U1UI- t"ii»«--n,i v,«*'»"- . ^ No. Ill—L93G Chevrolet Master Town Sedan -J'; 7 ' No. 331 A—1935 Chevrolet Coupe—real buy *£>•' No. 383—1031! Chevrolet Town Scrfan *•><.' No. 400—1034 Chevrolet Master Coach ......^r'l No. 428—193B Chevrolet Master Coupe •>.*!>•> No. .160—1935 Chevrolet Conch 5'^ !>; ' No. -178—1936 Chevrolet Master Town Sedan ..SH.> No. 4A—1931 Ford Sedan *l ||n No. R 251—1935 Ford V-8 Deluxe Sedan S32o No. 472A—1935 Ford V-8 Touriiiu .'I'urtor S29'.l No. 487—1935 Deluxe Ford V-8 Couue ........$335 —.TRUCKS— K-241—ItKU Chevrolet C.C. j'Scluip Truck ....Sil.'i R-247—193C Chevrolet C.C. Pick-iiu Truck ....S3 i'i No. 2 1936 Ford V-8 Deluxe C.C. Pick-up Truck 5325 No. 500-B—193« G.M.C. l'ick-ui) Truck $325 Easy G. M. A. C. Payment Pliin Your Present Car as Part ov All of Down Payment Phone «;{;) A SKIJVICE THAT KS HBLDOiM —NEVER KXCBLLE1) HIATHEVILLK'S BEST Next Door lo the Fanners Uank "'THE PKKSONNKL-. Chuir No. I ARK and HOB. POUTKRs 1,. M. Ciavt's, .1,'rop "Make the s, : MKI'. NOW . . . at PENNEYS EST FRICES Always First With LOWER PRICKS —Pentiey's Again Proves Their Leadership in Work Clothes Values! 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