The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 18, 1938 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 18, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 193S Chic Sash at Back Used to Accent 'Feminine Silhouette Mary Catherine Martin Weds Roy E. Nelson . Miss Mary Cathlrine Mnrlin became- Hie bride of Roy E. Nelson at a ceremony performed by Uioj Rev. H. Lynn Wade, pastor of t\\c[ First Methodist church, in his study at 10:15 o'clock tills morning. The wedding service was nl- tsniicfi only by members of the • two families. The bride wore H neutral color wool dress over which was an clou jackel with a dulxmnet trim. Her Accessories were nlso In dubonnct, and the wore a shoulder corsage of gardenias' and lilies of tho valley. Immediately following the an• incny, the couple left on n Ijrl- • rial tour which will lake them to '£an. 'Antonio, Tex., and other points'of Texas and Mexico. Up or their 1 return In ten days, they v.1ll reside', in their recently purchased home'I at 1124 West Ash street. Both Mr. and Mrs. Nelson are members cf families who have yesictel. in Blytheville for intv.t years/ Mrs. Nelson is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. a. P. Martin and- the granddaughter of the lat L. \V. Gosnell. Mr. Nelson is llv son of the late Mr. and Mrs. R A. rfelspri.', -•• .. The bride, was educated in Elytheville • city- schools and late attended Lludenwocd college at Charles', Mo. ASr. Nelson was eilu catetl at Hendrls college, at Con way; Art;-. and Cumberland La' School, ,at- Lebanon,' Term. He I city-Attorney., .' . » » • Will'Have Bingo Farty A-bingo party under, the a\is pices of tho Jewish Ladles' At will be held Monday evening,, Fcb ruary. 21, at SiCU o'clock In th Progressive Club rooms of the Os cebla court house.' It: .has been announced tha everyone is invited to attend th party. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Bits of News Mostly Personal "Answer yes or rib, madam, and don t try to influence the |urv. Ucsittcs; 'you've got n runner in your sock" Entertains For Mcthcr and. Guest Eight guests played bridge and four played rook at the afternoon party given Wednesday by Mrs. C. W. barrigan for her mother, Mrs. B. t:' Gay, and Mrs. H. H. HlcKs, of Los Angeles, houseguest of Mrs. Gay.' • Spring flowers decorated the homV-of Mrs. Dan Dunkirk where the pirty was given. . The George Washington scheme was used for-.CfJe.Jallica^ahrt in'the salad plate which was served us Mrs. Dan-lean, assisted by Mrs Dunkin. » » * Club lias Guests Mrs. J. Nick Thomas and Mrs Al Thomason, who recently moved here from Covington, Tenn. played cards v.'ith members of 'th Thursday Contract club whei Mrs. Carrol Blakemore cntertainet them yesterday afternoon. The tallies were in honor o George \Vashing;on and the cslo scheme in the salad plate carried out the Washington idea. Buu. sweetpsas provided a decorative note to the plate. In the bridge games, the ehib prize, pillow slips, wenl to Mrs. f. B. Joyner. * • + Daughter Born A- daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.' George Duvall Tuesday night at their home, 309 South Division street. 'The baby, who weighs seven and a half pounds, has been named Sylvia Sue Duvall. Besides the members, Mrs. M. A. | Isaacs nnd Mrs. Harry Kirby wcro guests. Follcwins tlic two course Uincli- eon, the guests played bridge, nnd n the games. Mrs. Everett B. Gee was high nnd Mrs. Isatu-s, second •Igh. Enttrtiilns Clul> Members of the Mkl-Weck rlrlgc club nnd two guests, Mrr T. E. Garlinglon of Swircv, hoiis?- l!:c^ of Sir. niKl Airs. B. A. I.yii?li, nd Mrs. Elton W. Kirby were cn- srtsiued by Mrs. Hnrry W. Hnines Man, 0, Man: f .'$-- Thusclay afternoon at hev home. Jonquils were lurtmged though- the living room and also formal tlie csulerpteces tor the small p.bles at wnich n two courec lunch us served. In. the bridge gam us which fol- 'owed, Mrs. Lynch received the prize, handkerchiefs, and Mrs, Kirby and Mrs. Garlington were irescnted- .handkerchiefs. Bible Study Meets Six members ot the Ladies' Bible Study of the Church of Christ were- present at the meeting of this group Wednesday afternoon at the home or Mrs. Herman Spicer, of Luxora. Mrs. Benny ooofc was leader of the lesson which was taken from the fifth . and sixth chapter.-, of Romans: Prayer was offered bv Mrs. O. D. Grimes. • * * lias Club Parly Mrs. J. I. Harwell. Mrs. o ,lie- del, Mrs. C. B. Wood jr.. and Mrs Ben Cooper of Hot Springs, r.cuse- £ue?t.of Mr. and Mrs. .p. c. Rolh- roci. were the guests of Mrs. Randolph Smith when she cntertainEd members of the Thursday Atter- nooa club yesterday afternoon. The house was decorated with jonquils and other spring fte.-rs i A salad plate was served at the conclusion of the bridee gam's in which Mrs. Max Woolen'received a bubble bowl for Mali cluh prize and' Mrs. Wood, linen handkerchiefs, for the gucsi,. piie. • Hag Luncheon Club Jonquils formed the centerpiece of the dining table when Mis Byron Morse had the Tlmralay Luncheon club yesterday nfl-nioo'i QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We pay highest prices on poultry at all times. S SAVE' O MONEY AT i» GAMES Ml. 1J8 W. M»l» Fhoae 'J3 At the Hospitals C. C. loll, o[ Kelser. whose hand "ar, nmnnUtcd nt the Blytheville hospital because af injuries rcccus-1 in a gin ccciclent, \vns removed lo his home today. Walter Pratt, of Catron. Mo. whoso ar-m war. severely cut in a ?m accident recently, wm removed lo his home today Ircm the Blylhc- villc hospital. Mrs. Joe Glasscock. v/ho underwent a major operation 31 days ago at the Blythcvillc hospital, was ic •ncvcrt to her home on .'South irjth street toclsy in a Cobb ambulance, Clint Shaver, ot Iliiyti. has bveu 'milted lo the Memphis Melhcclir.t hospital. Mrs. T. S. Cooper, of Coo'ci ) si patient st the Memphis Methodist hcspilal. Miss Effle Clark taken to Hie Memphis Methodist hospital yer.ter- Wilfe Earl Clayton. Virgil Wliifo and Walker A. Prince, all of Ca- rnlhrrsvillr. were admitted to the St. Joseph's hospital. Memphis. Billy Pipkin, of Wilson, Is a pa- licnt til Ihe Memphis Baptist hos pital. Tlic Hev. Alfred Carpenter aii'.l Mrs. Carpenter returned Thursday from Memphis where they have been since Tuesday. They were nceoninanlcd home by Miss Dorli Dobyns, a student In Macou An- ilrcws College In Memphis, who will spend Ihe week, end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dobyns, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Simmons siient Thmcday In Memphis. Mrs. Thomas W, Miller, formerly ot this city and now of Hattlcs- burg, Miss., is slowly improving after having been in the hospital there following the birth of her i can nter, Mollle Elizabeth, live weeks ago. II is planned to remove Mrs. Miller to r her home, 306 west 7th street, within a week. Her mother, Mrs. Robert E. Lcc King, of tills city is with her alter having spent the winter in points of Florida. Miss Mode-lift. Massey, who was laken to the Memphis Baptist hospital Sunday because of asthma, Is Improving Leo Gocdnran of Memphis daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Whit Goodman, Is visiting her grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. F. D. Smith, and family. Me. and Mrs. Dwlglil Bentley, J. P. Walden, and Mrs. Oarland Morgan lett this morning for St. Louts. They plan to return Sunday. Tom A. Little, who was removed from the Memphis Methodist hospital to Ills home several days ago, is steadily improving. Mrs. A. Cl. Little, Mrs. A. Conway, Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mrs, Byron Morse are spending today In Memphis. The condition of R. N. Hill, who Is seriously 111 at his home, Is unchanged today. Mrs. H. Lynn Wa.1e. Mrs. Fred Hanna nnd Miss Mary Evelyn rcatherston motored to Memphis Wednesday to meet Mrs. Wade's •" BY CAROI, DAY o 'pHE casual dress in Pattern 815B will be your mainstay all. sprint, because it is wearable: around tlie house, trim enough to be'chic on Hie street and for household marketing. The yoke extending into a short, cap sleeve- makes it one of Ihe most com-' fortablc dresses you have ever worn. The skirl, straight and slim, has a practical kick pleat in front. For this dress, choose challis or one' o! Hie prelly rayon prints for now—and use .the same pattern in the spring and slimmer for r-oltons and linens. Note the shirred bodice, a softening detail that is very nattering. The pattern includes' complete and detailed sew chart, giving you full inslruclions on how to proceed so lhal even if sewing is new to you. you need not hesitate to make this dress. Pattern 8158 is designed for si/.es H, 10, 18, 20. 40 and 42. Size 1C requires 30-8 yards of 36-inch male-rial. Tin new SPRING AND SUMMER PATTERN BOOK, 32 piip.cs of attractive designs forever)' size and every occasion, is now re-idv. Photographs show dresses made from these patterns heiiip worn; a feature you will enjoy. Let the cliarminR designs in this new book help you ii> your sewing. One pattern and the new Winter Pattern Book—25 cents. Winter Book alofie—15 cents. For a PATTERN of this attractive model send 15e in COIN, your NAME, ADDRESS. STYLtJ NUMBER and SIZE to TODAY'S PATTERN BUREAU, 11 STEHLING PL,, BROOKLYN, N. Y. Kcd Line School Nineteen students in the l?«l ine school were named on the oiior roll for (lie fifth month of he term nncl 30 were listed wilh crfcct attr-iulcincc records. The cholastic honor students were: First grade: Preston Hyde, A. ;. Wheeler, Barbara Hyde, Mo- eno Clanton. Second grade: Halp!) Clanton, Viigll Grimn, Eugene Martin, Emm 'can Arnold, Louise Clayton. Third grade; Ralph Vickcrs, Curtis Underwood. Mary Mny. Fcurlli grade: Gladys Dlckerson, Lena Sisro. Ruth Turner. Fifth grade: J. 1). McKufeht, \rnos Chambers. Sixth grade: Virginia Morgan, OhtMl Griffin. Ttosc Mudciils !i) ttu' Ited Lino school who hud perfect attendance records were: A. G. Wheeler. Billy SiEco. Earl Clayton. Margaret rawEon, Saimny Jean Mny, Bar- •ara Hyde. Juanita Wclium, Clay(011, Maty May. Billy McKniflit Jiianita MnElyca, Marie Simpson Marvin Johnson, Ralph Vickers Ruth Turner, Money Sisco, Clayton May, Millie Arnold, Lelu Mae Shailic, Oneil Grimn. Vii'Binia Morgan, Mary Turner, Ctoma McElyea. J. L. Griffin, Harlcy Grillin, J. B. McKnight, Amos Cliaitibi'rs, Charles Hicks, and Ama Knight. Two new pupils have entered | Room No. a. Tliey arc Kermit,' Burk from Manila, and Billy! Ballpy from Hatcher. Everything for your enter* tainment and comfort. Admission Matinee lOc & 2f« Ailiuission Night 16o & 36c FRIDAY « la't^jrffltt Rev. Patterson Will Speak At Temple Israel address vour.en^r.e to B,y«nev>n«, M »n« Bureau, 11 Sterling Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. "Brotherhood D.iy" services will be hclrl at Temple Israel .Sunday afternoon at three o'clock. Rabbi t-^-^nn Pollack announced today, •3 Today's Pattern wilh the Rev. pcorge W. Patters pastor of the First Christian church, FRANCHOT TONE in 1938's First Big Romantic Bio*.' 4-H Club News Notes as the guest speakei. • The Rev. Mr. Patterson will tiou agent. an;l D. V. Maloch. as- as i,is subject "The Fine Art of sittant county agent, were present ijving Together." HEAIY'ROONEY' RALPH VIRGINIA MORGAN • WEIDLER lESSte j BALPH I Also Novelty b'lori & "Sriouta Wives Work" Admission Matinee lOc & 26c Admission Night ttic & 36c and Ravi' the clematistir.timis outlined for February. State College Alumni Organize Dyess way, Ark., who will visit here sevs ;ral days. Mr. and Mrs. Fied Hanna have. iUllligan Bulge The Milligan Ridge 4-H Club was called to order by Lucille Vastbinder at 1C:45 A. M., Fehrn- nry. 15. Oeiievia Hood led the group In singing "Columbia. The Gem of the Ocen" and the "Mum"Imy Song." - After opening the meeting with (he regular 4-H procedure, the following program.was rendered' 4-H'Activities for this moulh- J. W. Scabaugh. George Washington Colt—Mary Mustain. gone to Plumcrville, Ark., lo visit Mrs. Harma's mother, Mrs. R. M. Brown, and her sister, Mrs. Ila Farrish, who are 111. Mrs. R. E. Darlington, who has been " visiting her sister, Mrs. B., A. Lynch, and family returned to I Original Song ier home In Searcy this afternoon, 'f c « ok , tnr J|) c 'V" e . ot . and The DYESS, Ark., Feb. 17 —Sixteen former students of Arkansas State Ccllegc who are working in Dyes:: organized a "State Loyalty Club" Wednesday night. James DcShazo was elected president of Ihe club. Lyman Barger, vice-president. Virginia EchoLs. Eccretary-trcasurcr, Rnth lilevins, reporter and Don Hudson, sergoant of arms. Regular meetings of the club will be held. It was voted to buy a tennis net for the public court as the first project. A social hour and S i Annual "Brotherhood Day" is oh- j served nationally in honor -~A i George Washington by the National Conference of Jews aiid Christians for the purpose of promotinj'~jns- lice, amnity and imilerstandinj and cooperation among various religious groups. A cordial invitation is extended j by Rabbi Pollack to members of all denominations to attend the services. SATURDAY uense, Timely Drama!' • Lincoln Carries the Trunk-John• V e fr cs r,mails followed ' Hvo busi- Try •-flhaslcen. - '• nfK ' I Liquid. Tablets Salve, Nose Drops checks COLDS and FEVER first day •When W t Leani ; = — •Neath Heartache, 30 minutes. 'Kuli-Jly-Tism"-Woria*!i. Bci Liniment . ; She was laughter, accompanied by her Miss Sara Gnrllngton who will spend the week end there.. Miss Martha Ann Lynch will arrive home in the morning to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Miss Lynch, who nt- tends Washington University in St. Louis, which school receives a holiday on George- Washington's birthday, will be here until Wednesday. the Shade ot the Old Apple Tree" -f-Doroth.v Mao Dunnigan, Mary Lois Spencer, Mae Hollis, Odis £ollin. and John Shastecn. S-iyiiss Inez Allan Kincald, home demonstration agent, was present incl gave a demonstration on 'Caring fcr Baby Chicks." The lemonstration study topic on 'Swine Management" was given by D. V. Maloch, assistant county agent. Democratic Women To Elect District Officers Cllfl of Sr«!,C3:l Ammymnus risen Ani'Lt'HIA 'IUPI—• An '" A nee: "t:ps" was reached in the recent trend toward masculine -it- tire by thir, attractive youus; woman <vho was photographed in London's -.nnr.mryr ci!t o! $5.1.000 [or the famous Hyde Parksasunteringalouj rcclic:i and" endowment nf » new In almost a purely masculine jet- •licmistrv l»l>oralory at the Unl- up. The handkerchief over hcrhcad. vcrslly of Pennsylvania has been in Russian style, presents announced by university ofllciiils. ing if slightly' iiiccnSjruous a chnrm- The annual election of officers for the First, Congressional District of the Arkansas Democratic Women's clubs will be held at a meeting in West Memphis, March Officers of this group arc: Mrs. S. S. Stembcrg, Blylhevlllc, president; Mrs. O. L. Robinson, Karle, vice president; Mrs. Dorothy Mc- Gcwan, Cotton Plant, second vlco president; Mrs. Charles Alford, Blytheville, secretary; Mrs. J. W Bader, Blyttieville, treasurer. The meeting, which will be presided over by Mrs. Sternberg. wll be held at the West Memphis club house. This will be the first of » rcries of similar meetings to be ho!d Ilirotighottt the state fcr the f'ectiou of officers in Ihe con-' grrssloual district groups. Ntw HOJM; A meetiiiE of the New Hope 'l-H Club was called to order Wednesday evening, at. 1:30, by Mat Matlock, president. There were twelve club members and one leader present. Ocraldinc Pagct led tile group in singing "Columbia. Hie Gem of the Ocean" and "The Plowing Song." t A round-table discussion on the 4-H Club Landscaping project for the school grounds wa.s led by Mrs. M. M. Ilincsly, local leader, ami definite plans were set \ip for getting the srubhery and other plants. •Inez Kincald, home rtsmonstra- OK Shop By Phone - - Free Delivery SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY NEW SPRING YARNS AND FASHIONS By Bernai FREE INSTRUCTIONS Mrs. Leslie Hooper 1109 Chlcknsawba I'hoiie 1D2 OUR BIG ANNIVERSARY TUESDAY NIGHT f(;tnrc,e NYaHliiii^ton'ij rjirttulay) OHI- II|;MI.S ito« )<i ,'itleild our llth fiiiiiivcrsary ilaw«. (loud niwstc by one of tlic sv.ini; bands in tlic Mid-Suuth. DaiKmfr begins at I" o'clock. IN THE KLVE ROOM NlVillT ClVtl STYIK MUSIC UY CHAS. NICHOLS AND HIS BAND Script Sl.oO per Conplr, Sl.OO Single tHils Tax) ROYAL .GKLATIN Hox Florida^ Juicy, Vat VANHLA WAliiliS Al'i'lCS Attention Ladies! HuttlT 0 Or. liox MATCHKS <l Box <:ar(vn F.NG11SI1 TEAS Jilyltlf \ illr. Can Crackers No. Can . Hlack The Complete ' Sample Line of Bradley Knit Suits ancl Dresses for Spring and Summer Will Be on Display Saturday, Feb. 18, 1 lo 6 P. M- Jack Applebaum VKAS No. 11 C;in HUSKIES Wheat l-'lalirs TAl'.U', SALT I Ih Sarll (10H> Dlj: Bo\ CLEANSER . 5c 15c 15c 2 r >c 15c 19c lOc ,19c ..9c 12' ; c lOc 5c MACARONI. 3 for 'MlUNir G.U Mortlfi fir Frcsli Country SGGS Dozen PEANUT BUTTER Qn:irt i'O.ST TOASTIES 19c 24c cartoon & serial "Mysterious I ilct" wilh Captain Frank Hawks. Continuous showing. Admission till 5:1)0 Me an<^ 26c Admission after 5 n.m. 16c & 31c TOMATOES r<c. :! Pan. Kach •ASSAKCAS'Sf Hiini-h COCOA •f. Lb. Km WHKATIES 2 lloxfi. OIKO l.ily I'nlinfl llci-shcy Swcrl Ijiiarl KOKAXO I.;UKC ItKO BEAN'S No. 2 Can .. COKNKJ) liK I ibhy's, Can . Seedless S3 O-. Kn-< Ai'J'LKJv T .. 5c 28c 25c I5c 25c 14r 8c 23c .. 8c ff .6c CHOPS Nice l.e.iil Found Vcik. I b, I! .ICON SUctJ. I,! f-TKW Eristic'., t,h. MIX SAtlS, 1'iirc, .t C,-.nnlry U:;ni Off K.C. Kill or l.-hs. 1'OKK UOAST, l,b KKEF KO.\ST Kill or CHitrk. l.h 25c 18c 25c 15c 25c I9c 22c 2^ \Vc.M .Main 1'hotic 78 Sunday - Monday The Hurricane 1 wilh John Hail and Dorothy Liimour A TbrUltoiff Komnnce of South ai". Also I'uramouut. News and Selected Short;;. Continuous sliuw- Jj Sunday. Admission Sniiilay Matinee and \diruisicn "Mon. Matinee lOe \ilmisslcn Jlon. Night 16c & ZOu & 3Cu ROXY n Always 1I)« ft ZBo • Show every night. Mallnces Frf- day, Saturday & Sunday Only." 1 Friday ,t Sunday Matinees start 2:15 p.m. Saturday i.'u.ilinuous snowing from 1 to Ili.lO p.m. Night shows start 6:15 p.m. Friday - Saturday GUNS RULE THE WEST AGAIN-! LIGHTNING- FAST ACTION 6-..WITH THE JACK OF HEARTS AND JACK OF THRIUSIj Also cartoon & serial "Tim Tyler's T-uck." Sunday - Monday Bounty Chairman' with WILL ROGERS ,/ Also Fox News & Comedy

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