The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 23, 1937 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 23, 1937
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1987 (ARK,)' COURIER NEWI Social Calendar ; WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS I Mrs. W. J. Wunderltcli having | Wednesday Bridge club. • • < Chapter. "D"'p. Ej. O.. having '• tea for girl graduates city high school 4 p.m., at honie of Mrs. U. A. Lynch. Bible study, Church of Christ, ; meeting with Mrs. li. L-. Cook, Stovall apartments, 2:30 P. M. Jewish Aid meeting at Temple Israel, 6 p.m., with Mis. William Borowsky mul Mrs. Max liorowsky as hostesses. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Luncheon club 'meetlng wllh Mrs. R. l\ Kirshner. Mrs J. T. Phillips having Thursday Contract, club. Yarbro Missionary society i»cet- • Jig nt the homo of'Mrs. Lee Stiles^ Mis. lay Welch having Tljiire- ' clciv Bridge club. Town and Country club meet- Ing with Mrs. C. K Tucker. ' Altac society, church of Immaculate Conception, having bingo pnfty, a P. M.. at soclul hall. Mr.s. Elton W. Kirby enteilalii- iiiB Mld-Week .Bridge elnb. FRIDAY'S EVENTS . Executive board. Woman's club, havlnc; luncheon meeting, i p.m., at club house. literary department, Woman's , ch D liavlng meeting at club house, 2:30 p.m. lake Street W. M. S. Meets. Tlio Lake Street Methodist Missionary eocietv - held a business meeting yeslerday. Mrs. O. J. Rcdgers conducted the devotional nnd a Scripture reading by Mrs. Regan was followed by prayer by of Luxora; Mia Anna- E. l,. llalc took part, In this cere- M« pivu«u./i,.ii, »i , . , . of Iowa City. Iowa, and nionv. - . , Mls : .'.'" lMVO ' Ul . iill ' ch - «'llo >>M belh Cain, or Iowa City, Iowa, and James c. McClurkln, of El Dorado; Mrs. Kate wm.lcar. of Black O.ik,' Ark., [nut Charles Ingrain, of Manila; Miss Thclm.i Burlon, of Sleds Jiitt Norwco'J Carter' jr., of Mcm- ihi c ; Miss bailie Bragvs and Raymond Garner, both of Manila; MKi Bobbie Douglas, of I'arma, Mo., Jiij Joi-h Boweii, of hern; Miss KI^e smith mill Hsn lienj'rlx, both :f Creashaw, Miss.; Miss Willie Evolyii• Hawnn nml-f-.'lmpr Wrlglil,' :ot|t of here. Dramatic dull" Orgunfc.-ci. t\n o.'.iUiii/.uian lor tile iir.'.ieii- utlon of• reUgioiui dra- natlcs lias b'cen litmicheil by the la^Mst Training Union',of'the Mrs!. 3ap(IH church: tvltii Miss Hivrls Will Have Week if t'niyer FrL. 28. Plans are b.'lng inntle by UM Wo- nnn's Missionary Saclfty of the .•'irsl BapUr.t church-to have a week if pra>er for home missions Mon- Jay, Fcbri-.ij-y 28. to March -i. ilotd Uat Dunce. The Hotel Noble had Us annual birthday dunce last night In (he Blue Room when! there were 100 guests present, including a number from out of the city. Music -was furnished by Billy Parker and his ]2-pU>co orchestra, of Jonesboro. Cherry, llral , )wkf , ' i l! 1 '' 1 '" 1 °!' f '° m •av' Bits ol'INWs Mostly Personal iinii-h bflU'r but I* yet nimble lo j bi> removed to her home here, Mr. nnd Mr.s. Jesse u. Webb, of hnrle, vlxlh'd friends here lust night and attended the dance at Uie Hotel Noble. BJiiuml Clooch spent Sunday in Memphis with Mrs. Clooeli. who is 'Luxova '•,-:••'' ' *'' •' ••' . Sociely —.Personal Julius uarcntt, of Pocalionlas, Ark., wos (lie week-end gupsi, of his slsli'r, Mrs. 1,0111 aiuiuoi'd. Miss Uosj Lou uoul;?, ,,f wlilt- toii, Ark-, spent tiaturday and Hun- day with her parenl.s, Mr. anil Mrs M. 0. Cooko .sr. Mrs, Joe Hires Is impvovliw uf- t^'r several days Illness. Mrs. Lillian precar has goiic lo Ehlvveiwit, u,, tor n slay of s>v' Hotel Noble. , Mr; and Mrs. S. Jledel were In '.' ,, .--- —- • i'orlagevllle. Mo., Sunday v.'herc. ' K( ," ovl !" CI 5' . y or •hey visited Mrs. Jiedel's sister,' J™ l( °'? Nol) " 1 ' -' ' Mrs Louis Gfiber,.fliid Mr. Clra- ,',,?;„"!!.! . Mr - s -- J - T.. Phillip., • • • • - > M| - I'lii.hp.f mother, Mrs.-c. Mr. and M,; s . M. c. Cooko Jr it' moving to o.sceolu t« innko «.'«• Jiimio. Mr 1 . Cooke will have uuw of the lea plant there, at Die "MetieriSir "u'hoM <- M '; w Ml>8!tls H '" ! ^'"'nlng H'"- ^r-MS&J!? ^X^. ffi t'on- oi HlKnl (I "» CO - • today with ness. He plans to return Salur- dins a kitchen so the society can serve church. Neat. . was added . Twenty-three mernfcei-s were present and one visitor. MM. w. L. "Green dismissed the meeting with prayer. * * ? Pup Us Have French. Luncheon. The foUrth grade at Central Ward school gave n French luncheon recently with Jockle McGhee and Jim Smart as hosts, imper- athatin'i Jean Bonnard and Fnn- chon Foiirchette. The places were marked with place cards of French consisted of, "The dr£b>n. ccco'a] Itfifflc' wlcbes. cJiooibUci Jiars, and-,.clioco- late; calce''*.*>>' - • . ;• * » » Book Review Glycil. ,-• ^ A. review l.'of'. 'the': bcok Exile, 1 ; by .'Pearl nuck^ Avasj „ by Mi-s. Harry w. .Hain&s -al a meetirij of the .Woman's Missionary.: society, of .{lie: -First. Methodist ••church -Monday; afternoon. - Mfs.'B. A. LyiicK,*(is in charge W-> the aneeting which was dis- mlsse(l: wjth' prayer by Mrs. A C Haley':';'. : •-.'-. ,'•- •' -Tiiere- ivere 58 members present. ;',•.; - ' Business Women . Study Iriterniiional Relations. .Frank c.' Douglas was a guest speaker af the meeting- of the Business and Professional ' Wo- men'i chib last ntght-ln the social .room •••; or the First Methodist church. In taking up a phase of 'Tnternnllonal Relations" wliich this .group is studying. Mr. Douglas sjwke on "What Women Can Bo to Promote World Peace." A film, "There Goes An American, 1 was shown by John Uenish, or the Arkansas-Missouri Power company, which was' la keeping with Ihe theme of the program. Mairia^e Licenses Issued. - These marriage licenses have recently been issusd from the Blythe- villo office, of the county court clerk:.,Miss Hazel Juaiilta Siiwl"- . terrjr'.-and Ross -D. Moore, both" of ncre; Miss Pauline Hillls and Clifton Bevill.'bolh or here;-Miss Onai Uirchett, -' •- •• It was ten years ago last night day. »™f I' 0 '," h3d 'I s f °' mal OI> -"- i Cleo C. Eisl is a patient at si danrt hn ' yCa '- 1Ce " b!l '"" lav ! J ^ e P"'s 'I'osplU-.!, Memphis. uance !ias been given on Ft?br 11 """' -- ~ «...i. . ...* been In the Blytlicvillc hospllhl Bnnj. „.„, —,---.-., . .- ..,.— utcii in me tiivincv o jiosu t^l lor Mrs. ne. Chi (Ls has beer, admit- several days because of In}' lea' °;<l to Die Memphis MclhouLsl. hos- eclvcd In a motor accident she I>ital. •-—- Mrs. J. C. Crlner, who Is sen c\isly ill at Uie Memphis Methodist much Improved. Miss Bob Williams, of Luxora, -..-., -. .-._--.--_..., „„,.., spent the weekend Rl Armorel as hospital, will undergo an emergen- the giiesi of Mr 'und Mrs w N cy opsration today. Mr. Crluer, VVIIllnins " and daughter Mr.s. Jlmmlc Smotlj- Mr. and Mrs A H BlckcrLsa 1 ' c-rman, and thi! Rev. aipha u. of Oxford. Miss were Eiieils of Beasley are Mr. nn(1 Ml - s . w A B K, n 1| Mrs Joe B. Bowen. of Osceola. for the weekend Entertains Club Members, Husbands. Members of tho Mld-W^ek Bridge •hib and their husbands were Silests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Cornvu,' last night for a turkey dinner and bridge game. A holiday ntinosphere was nchhv- «l by George Was1iln»ton place cards and red, white and blue miniature hatchets arranged on the small dinner tables before the open fire. Jonquils also decorated tho room. - In [be.bride games Mr. and Mrs fecll Shaiie won hlgli .wore prl?.;.s. A_ trpa'l^antlnif ceremony featured '(he Founders Day program of the Armorel Parent-Teacher Association Thursday' afternoon wh'ei fix trees were planted an,the cam- Pus.-These were In msnVofy of tW .late R. E. -Lee Wilson; .biviier of -Armorel,. Mrs. W. M. Crow,' the Hist president of an Armorel P.-T. 1 A.. Mrs. J. p. Ellis, present presi^ "Cnt, c; E. Crigger, president, of the school board,' John Smotherman and W: M: Williams, long time members of-.the board. "'• Corsages and boiitoimleres WC re presented these , a s each tree was Planted and the ceremony was concluded with a poem, "Salute to Trees," by ,'Mlss EilMii'Hagen and a IXKIII, "Trees,"-by Miss'Martha linklea. High school, boys.planted the trees. • TbL? ceremony, climaxed a program In-.which'. M«. Eilis presided The Oak Lsaf Honor Scroll WD i presented Miss Marguerite Mat- : 'hews for obtaining the largest number of subscriptions to the Parents" magazine last year and Mrs. will Anderson was pre-wnled an award for the summer roundup work. Students of Uie fifth and sixth grades sang "Follow the Gleam" before the candle Itghtlw ceremony deslgntaing each year this organization has been in existence. Miss Marjorle Doyle,-Mrs W. N. Williams, Mrs. JesslfRU denour, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs Arthur Vance, Mrs. c. E. Crigger G.-.D. Conasler, Mrs. B. M. Tuni- Ls a i»aUenl nt the Gartly-flamsay hospital, Memplils. J. W. Hykes has bwn admitted to the Memphis Eye,.Ear, Nose anil hospital. Tl"-rwt hospitfll. Jiin p. Harwell ls ill at his homt oh West Main street. Mrs. Don Summons returned Sunday from several weeks stay In Russellville. Ark. Mr. Simmons motored over- for her. Mr. and Mrs. Jim-p Harwell and son spent the weekend In Memphis. Betty Black, daughter of Mr. and HOplE- WHAT DICKY ! HASN'T C.OT ON THE BALL ' ^aa». TO-DAY, a^— YOU OR1S1K MILK FROM , CRAJG'S DAIRY '-.AND vpo'Lt- ALWAYS f HAVE PLENTY ' Chlldren like our pure, rich milk best, and Us'good for them becau* its healthful and nourishing. ; GRADE A RAW MILK Quar! IQc 6c Rullermllk, Qt. Gc IT' <.fl AI1C A PItODUCTV er, Mrs. Crow. Mr.s. Ellbi and Mrs Pay All City Taxes Now and Avoid Penalties Auto, Street Tax, Dog Tax, Privilege Taxes All City Taxes become delinquent March 1 Unless your city taxes are paid on or before March 1,1937, the full penalty will be imposed. Avoid this extra payment by paying your taxes today. RUTH BLYTHE, City Clerk CUO!:h ' w "° ls lU lllc . Be. fthodlsl Mts. Jesse Rldonotir is In Mem- visiting her daughter, who is a patient at the Ciip|)l«l Adults hospital. ter.'of corning, who have Jim re-1 ",.•„,'.'„'"'." li-rncd from a month's bridal trip °"B«f'. arc In 16 New Orleans, points of Florida' end the West Indtes. liefore Uer marriage Mrs. Clra her was Miss A -i- ,.|.,.. ..', --—-..-...••... ... »......,- ja Belle ilarkovIU of Portaueville. I," ! cllny ^"'""g >»« daughter, Mrs.' C. M. Buck, who has ton ctir^i T ',° ^ " ^", Cllt ' lt ll ' C quite ill, Is now sreatly Improved. ° i 'I 1 '" , , A '!" Us ^ s " ltal -, Mrs. Godfrey White and da ll? h- of xj/ ' L Mr ' s ' C ,' J ' f "Iwood, lcr..Aim Cohway. of Osccola. are fL^!! 1 ^ .^» i .. Sllml «y ^Ith i;ki?sts of Mr. and Mrs. A. Con way todny. ' C. M. Buck Will go lo Utlle ^ fr ' ""l^ 1 '' 8 ' E ^' lC , Re "™" d nock tomorrow to attend to, b,,i- £ -,,»'& ^.^'oSSSft md Miss Lillian Moore, of. Wilson. Mrs. w. A. BIc.kerstafT iias been l>r. and Mrs. E. ll: liogan re- I in lied Monuny nijIH, from Jackson. lenn., alter a week-end visit, with i-iis.. llogairs brother, W. J. Sykes. Mr. aii<| Mis. s. J. Smith ami their grandson, Clarence Crawford, MU;leni at Columbia Mlljtary Institute, spent, the week-end ' In isnylne, Tenn. Mi-i..L. 1'. Fleinwlng vlsllei! her . Ill p . ,. . mhis. in the Baptist, hospital. Mem- plil.v, mid reports that he Is better. •- .singe In the' LiixOra high . school auditorium LH tol eijulpped mioved to her home after having ' fied Carii'siiier of ' week .with new drop curtains ami other Improvements. :' The pulpit, of the Baptist church will bo siimillea Sunday by a vlsll- ln» preacher, procured by the dev con. board, assisted by tne i(cv. Al- Miss Madelenc Reeves fornu-rlj if here and now of Helena, 'is 111 at the Memphis Methodist Read Courier News Want Ads Mrs. W. l,. Walters was -hostess tn two tables of bridge' in the home of Mrs. Jos Hires Tiiursday uttcr- noon. The,out of town guesls were Mis. Uwljht niackwood and her daughter. Virginia, of Osceola. A hand curved cigarette box'was given Miss Carrie Mne Hires n>- „ core and Mra. Jimmlc Slack - receded Ion score prl/c a |nii of Awmzi fci Insuiancc bc«niL so prevalent In Finland in l' n n that /ome companies successfullj sold policies that protected-'( urcd against immorality and llrt "Old Pie<"' Has Come Into Her ,0wn Again . Art,— "OIrt I'lwl," llm Krlsco lociil trulu between Marked '1'ioe and Upiinto. bowed In ignominious defeat when modern highways, -.corral wllh trallfc. show<l her Into the bacliei'oimO a few years iigo, Is liming her ilny now, for she's Uixanlo's only menus of lrans])orliillon, dnu to 'i.lho' iitlll ImpnsLsiiblp romllllnr'i of partly 1 lloodi.'d iilglmnjj "6le I'tAft Is running on dnlly schnUilcji now, bringing In freltjhl, cnr- rylntt nut tin- mall, anil In-liiK. cnce mon>. 'n |, u ly with- her Oiamls full. ls Methodist Sons. Daughters of Ministers I yim Jackson, j. \v, ^fcN<l|l • Ilim- |fr 81ms, 13lck Willie, Botty Jo ixxKoii, Kara Ion MtCnlflien Miuy IMfii Moore; 8112—It'll Murdouiih, l>i>n'rldliw Kilts, VC|a KlIznlH'lh Cloodrli>|], Kstlior Dunaway; '(A—AilBustlis Ciow, Chui- Ips CMldwrll, itobbln ncan llonn- )»\ Mnrlf Honjvi, I.eticlia May Tom licidci, 7lil—Mary llab- lock, Ann Ciook, I urn DaMs JiK-k Clmmblln. nuvld »~—.. 1B2-C)poi'ni> llubliard, Itllly Albert MtChn-d, Hill ju'oi-w llslipr, Puiilln,. lltiUh,' .lolljt C/lnlru llullmiin. nu(ontit> Jaw):. Mny , rjatrhiui fc'Ulle MulliLs l>oiU Miilr; IHj-aylvlu RcKlnmn hhlrloy ItodKcrs, Uinolle Smart, ; Dofjwood News Mis M. p. Qntn\ mid diuifthtci Mil Clmilto Hii|jivell,\ \P\ tiiinccl fioin MempliK. MU <)u<i>iis miiihei, MIJ> J. mulct remained In MeiniihK bccmuc of In "Ml'llliv. fnr Mlnlslri.',' Ihr Methodlsl clmrcli will ghv rtxon- •'Ilin In fom nnd diuujlilcrs of Mi'lbodlsl. ministers. T!w iiev. H. Lynn Wade, naslnr. '•as announced Ilil.-, partial lia 'if sons niul dniiglitCK, of mln- 'slr-rs who are iipw members of 'il? rluiroh nnd K'jnakiiiK n snf- vov iliis week In »ce if (licie ate M Mr nnd Mis. liojate Sunpe, r. ««ti Mil Jew plcicc lw\p c there, U. 3. . Clcor»e M. Hunt r nie list announced Is: DraiKon, iNolma Guteo Milrv rmiuti Hood. Eolh Holinnn, H. Lynn Wiidc. Miss Ruth'Hops Waite, 11. li. Campbell, Mrs. Put O'Biyant, Mrs. n. p.' willlnnlmm nml Mrs. A. c. )in ley. 36 on Junior, High's Semester Honor Roll There lire 30 stmleiiLs In jnnloi hlah H,'hool who' madii.tlie honor roll for, the Ilrst semc.iter KKAI, KSTATi; Ivo rtiolcc UICIUH lots i:i Addltfon fn sale cheap. City ftlor and sesvoi connettlnn, lint no sewei |a\ E M 'I'triy phone IS are.' or and The ; ILM (ollows OBI—Mary TOD K«K HUNT UnfmnUhtd HOOIILS, adjoining balh Mrs v M, Ihlstei, ISOO W Main. a IIKI.P : .WANTED' n AMU wn-j;. lo run home-opeiatud uioceiv builnc.s.s Pverylhlnir > supplied; Ho, money risk Eiunlnus up to ^JOO In a monln DelnlLs mailed fice. Write 15ANOL, 873 Momtiouth 'Cincinnati, O. . WANTKh MAN WANTED ,'01 Rnwlclgh rOlltl cf MO families Wilto Kantcleli's cpt AICB-27-KAO. Memphh lenn, ai .sco Cilll Cranroul, nly- theiille, Aik "BKKN'A'l • KNIT1 INU VAKNS FREE INSTRUCTIONS New spring and summer yarni iJittst Styles Clnwcs, Trlilav. H;iO P.M. • MRS. I.Kf>MK.-HOOPER 1109 Chlckaiawba Phone 782 • Gary Cooper says: ^It's plain common sense for me^to ; t gl prefer this light smoke" {• 4 "A little over a year ago I changed to Luckies because Jen- joy the flavor of their tobacco. Ever since, my throat has been in fine shape. As my voice and throat mean so much to me in my business, it's p/crincommon sense for me to prefer this light smoke. So I'm strong for Luckies!'* IN PAUAMOUNT'S "THE PLAINSMAN" -DIRECTED BY CECIL U. Dli M1LLE JL\n independent survey was made recently among professional men and women -lawyers, doctors, lecturers, scientists, etc. Of those who said they smoke cigarettes, more than 87% stated they personally prefer a light smoke. | Mr. Cooper verifies the wisdom of this preference, and so do othe.r'lejadirig artists of the radid, stage, screen and opera. Their voices are their fortunes. That's why so many of them smoke Luckies. You, too, can have the throat protection of Luckies—a light smoke, free of certain harsh irritants removed by the exclusive process "It's Toasted". Luckies are gentle on the throat. THE FINES'! TOBACCOS"THE CREAM OF THE CROP" A Light Smoke "It's Toasted"-Your Throat Protection returned home from --a-'vlilt- In" ~>. Tennessee. , . Mis n. jours nnil rljllibpn hnve retinned fiom a vKIl In MKslssip. Mrs i; v TiciHlwij'i, inothoi' Ls 111 ill IKI- liqnir on Highway Ci. ., Hoikfiti of suburban Bralcnahl ,«-. „ lU'e .saw a Iniac snapping turtle waddling nion 8 Ihe; lake slide. On •' OIK ilnjippi 1 v a' & ,do)Jar bill. The ' M > i(j«iiii pec ijoili Hip dolla'v and • C'AltD O. r whh 10 )hmik Mi. and Mrs. Oluvler, who picked meiiprioinilia wreck mul look me lo the hospital I nlso want, to thank Uic nurses of x the hojiiitfll, w j, 0 vu ^ re ><!0 w - eeL ' o .see thnt 1 did not want, for any- thhiii mid also the K0 o.t iloclo'.s who cnred for me. , Mr.-,, w. A niekcislatr AGAINST IRRITATION-AGAINST COUGH 0 EvcrjIhJnj' For Your Entertain- nient iind Comfort TONIGHT IS $175 BANK NIGHT Usl vnfk Mrs. C. I,. Unttcnlch of tills city was talltd for Ihe • 515D.C»— But she ^a>, not prf««t— "- Makln ? IIANK DKl'OSlT tunltht' $175 OC| IOTEKET Wlh Ihe ,iai- 3 *(ho mad» II yrtat on Ihi ilagt, .. Burgeu Meredith >'•* Margo i Eduardo Ctan'nelll .John Carrodina Edward Ellli Also . a (Weal™. KKO-SADIO Shorts ' 1 1- — Ailml^lon — Mathice— 10 * 2Co Nlghl— 1C & 3Sc ' Weds. - Thurs. ' AMM.ZulirpiHui, '^1 Claudelte •' COLBERT Fred M»cMURRAY in Frank Lloyd's MAID OF SALEM A Pjrnmoimi Piclme wiih Haivcy Siepliens, Virginm Weidle:, Fdwaid f Hit'Gala Sondergaatd, laauc Dtessor Also Puinmounf Kc»s ana Comedy —Admission— Matinee—10 & 2Cc Night—1C £. 3«c —CO.WNG SOON— "1'tnrod and Sam" "Oji the Avenue" "John Meade's H'om*n" IAS! of Mrs Cheney "Sea Devils 1 ' ROXY Adm.—Always to * JSe—le , TM , Show Every Night MaihiMs Friday, Saturday, Sunday' FriUay & Sunday a*ttatt*-ii IS Saturday Mitinec — Contlnwia Showing — 1:00 Till ll:0o p. M Tue. - Wed. - Thur, PAL NIGHTS! 2 Adults Admitted for Price of I 'All Children—10c Dolores 9 U 810 Chesler MORRIS « DEWS PIAYGROUND Also Comedy

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