The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 22, 1937 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK!.) .COURIER NEWS MONDAYj'ltfARCH Head Courier News Want Ads electric wiring, repairing and motors or Deisel engines ] Social Calendar ^TUESDAY'S EVENTS r Junior G. A.'s meeting First Baptist church. 4 p.tn .„„„.,„„ MTo'iier"liriioiio'r"or"her"i)irtliday. Intermediate G A s meeting S! d de1 i cto]s ,,,^1,First Baptist church 4pm Sunbeams meeting at nrst Bap- 'tistrclunch, 3'30 pin Mrs Rilev B Jones enlerta.n- Irtj Young Matrons * Bridge club * Garden club meeting at Chamber of Commerce room. 7 30 pm Tuesdaj Bridge club meeting picsent with one \isltor, Mrs eminent luxation and Mrs Cinlg, Clarence Davis of .Yfirbro. Aflcr" \\ I visiting committee. Chairman of devotional'-Mrs; Mattie Hiicy ami jfocd, clotlilng,' gardening find oth-I Mrs. Clarence Davis.won prizes In'cr committees nrc to remain as I contests The hosier was given «]selcctcd hbl >ear Announcement was made of an all day meeting Wednesday, March 31. at the'Woman's club nl wlilcli time Mrs. Marshall, 'State chairman,, will give a flth Mrs,. 1 parry WEDNESDAY S MTFNTS Mrs Famsv.onli Black linking Wednesday Bridge club ' R A.'s meeting first Baptist cliuicli, 3 30 P M Call meeting, Jewish Aid, at Itemple Isiael, 0_P. M Bible study, Church ol Clnist meeting with Mii C O Gmies, 2'30 P M. , THURSDAY'S EVENTS Yarteo Misslonars society meeting with Mrs Zoa Thompson Mrs J E Hanson Thursday Contiact club " Thursday Luncheori club meeting with Mrs Everett B Gee Thursday Bridge club meeting with Mrs to B Mcnard j Dogwood Demonstration clul ;having dinner paily at Woman' club, 7PM j. Mrs Cecil Shane ha\ing Mid sWeek Bridge club * Town and Country Budge meeting »ilh Mis James B Clark Have Dinner F-irf) - An Eastern motif was used by "Mr. and Mrs Lov Welch In a dinnei party the> had , Fildny night to which'ten couples \\erc invited _ i „-, »The dining room table had a. ^centerpiece of an Cistei nest of and yellow, filled \vlth eggs many shades, and at cnch end >-of the table \\cic \cllow f.iucrs in -^crystal holders Tlie smallci la- £bles m the living loom had nilni- _>alure decoiationi, like these and *i the faM)rs were purple and yellow ^baskets filled with nuts and Eis- ,tcr place caids Bouquets of Jon- r lulls i ond naiclauses were used ^throughout the house In the Bridge grimes which fol- icnts. assisted by Mrs.- Ben Ray, augliler Horn A diughter was boin caily to- son on makliiB slip-covers for Bits of News. / Mostly Personal Miss Mildred Moore, vvliQ ,is a tcnlor at Soullieasl Missouri Teach- on, collsge at Cape Glrardeau, v>lll ay lo Mi and Mis J D' Perdue, 'fmnltmc She will also judge conje home \Vcdncsd».' to spena « •••. who is house diesses *** Bhe will bs aceompaniad by f near Gosnell. The baby t the BlyUi'cvill'e hospital, has not it been named. She welglis eight ounds. Ilie clubs icpresentcd at the M«s nmlly rlctcher, of Arcadia, inccllHB were Dogwood Eidge,.Mo, who will bo Iwi Dycss, Dell, Gosnell, Ix>ne Oak, Promised Land, Shady Lane, Forty and Eight, and Number Nine. French with . Mre, man as assistant Uauglitcr Horn Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Kennedy, Wile 3, arc parents of a ftaligh- ef'born Sunday morning ut the llythcvillc hospital. Hie baby, .-ho weighs ten pounds, has not p ct been -named, Noncll-t'.irilcy. The marriage of Miss Edna Mai Parsley nnd Line Nowell was SD! cninlzed Saturday afternoon ill Ca- rutltersvilleV justice A. Elliott'per- fcrmed the ceremony. The bride wore a grey fitted dress til'.feather wool trimmed In blown and her accessoiles weie in grey Their altcudanH weie Mrs,,liai Inn Davis aim Miss Fianc"s Da-'inehts wie served during the so- Entertains Ynrbin [\Iljilniiary Society The Yiivbro Missionary society met at the home -of Mrs. Eriicst Aubrey Chap- hostess. : Mrs. French gave 'the devotional- ond pia>ci was offeied by Mis W n Mooic * Mn> Albeit Holltngswoith pie- a discussion from the book Hal Moore, who .Ulend 1 , ana Stale University at Baton Rouge, arrived home,Wednesday,lo pend Ihe r.astei vacation with lib raienls, Dr and Mrs I, II Moore Earn Thomas, of^ Memphis, ,was .11' Ihe cily Friday. Mrs. Charles W. Oglesby, a.'nd datiehtor, of roil smith "fee guests cf Mrs 0 0 l<"st>y'6 mother, Mis Maiy Piiilllps Robiii'on, and Mr Ogles 'Rndiimt Hait" Olheii appealing on the niogram vvcie the following, Mis Veinon Bojd, Geoige Bunch, 0 B Etchlson, Gcoigc Swain and Don Holman Rcficsh- lowed dinner Mrs C II Willoy "won ladles prize, Russell Bow en of 'Luxora, the men's high scoie award, Mr and Mrs George M ^Lee leceived the low score prizes Mis Kussell Bon en, the cut inon. ! •Mr. 1 Nowelland his bride nre now' at home at 311 East Davis Avc. Mro, Nowell, wlio is the dnughloi of Mrs a H llass and tlie late M J Parsley,'lias lived here for a number of je.irs i 'The bridegroom; who was reared nl McGehee.., Ark:, Is '.'connected .with the.O. K.^cabb Co, ! To IJilcrln'.a Husbands. • Mcmb6rsi ot tho Dcjuood Homo nbmoiislmllon. Women's club will entcitiln IIi°lr Inifcbnnds with n -dimiJr parly .Thursday, night at the Woman'i club me party is lo b"3ln at 7 o'clock * • • 'Scislu» Club Mcc( r The Rccication Sewing Club nut 1 rldaj afternoon at the home ol Mrs/ Elian Acton, juiiioi supervisor, Eudora Farrls was ejected secretary nnd treasurer This group Is making a nullt which, will bo presented Miss Clarice Littl" county lecicalion sit f n r\i£oi After I! o meeting softtall vrib lilaycd. cltil hour. * ..» * i'tci and Brother In\t, Double U cilrlln; A double \vcdding ceremony Large audiences yesterday hcard attcnded the nallonal convenlion of theater owners association. Mrs. McCulchcn will remain hrre for a , Mi. Pttef heie foi the Fust Methodist church revival and both arc sucsls of the Rev. 'and Mrs. visit before going to her home at Lynn Wade, Campbell , MIS Ben Hanna, late of Mor- Tnc condition of Mrs, Busle rillon/lias Joined Mr. Hanna and Webb, who has been critically, 111 son, who have, established Ihe for about a week. Is unchanged Hanna Funeral: home' here, today, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gilliam, formerly of here and now of Memphis, vlsltqd friends here yesterday. Miss Jeanne Harrison, who attends Arkansas State college at Jonesboro, spent- the weekend at home, Billy Nicholson^ of Osceola, Visited here yesterday Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Weidman, cf Chnlfce, Mo., visited relatives 'over the weekend Miss Geneva Carter,' who attends business school' at " Cliilllcolhe, Mo., is visiting her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Berry Brooks ii'., of Memphis, will return tomorrow to Memphis • for a short stay before -going to New York from where, they will' sail for a five months riiotbr -kite o( Europe. Their daughter, Virginia, who ac- compaYiled •tliem here Saturday, ._ will remain with her grandmother, heier'conducted by Ml 'S. Allan' Walton, while they are Once railways had no signals. When : engineers met on a siiisle track," they had to argue It' out, LAter.a past was erected: midway between stations and the first, engine to pass it went forwaid t!'" othei backed up. ' i SlUIKF b>'s mother, Mrs King Matthew-, lC|1 ' cnt Snor A l the moining scr- away a "LY r ,, ™^L?"ZL^- 1 Hce he spoke on -Sin" and W, sub- M, and Mis after - . Aye months while lecuperaling from an accident Mr Ogl-sby \ til come over for Eastei and Ihcy will ro,- thrri home'with him alter the. holiday; ' Mi's L*nn May Crtivei spent Ihe \\eeJcnd in Joucsboio Ira ana C M Gray were In Rcc tor Fiid.iy to visit Hi Mi brcC.iei Aich ' ' '-' "- i jcct at tho cvcnln" service was Light of the World ' At a seven o'clock .service this niortiing the young people's assembly 100m was also well filled for due to constipation ReliuVe the cUiis'c of the trouble i Take purely vegetable Black-Di aught That's the sensible \\siy to tiea' any of the clisajjiecabie effects ol constipation 'Die Belief men and women ge from taking ttlack-Diaugh is truly refreshing. Tiy it No mineral drugs, iiosyn .thelic chemicals—just pure Koiamt Green j ly vegetable leaves and roots Bob Jones, of Portagcville, was the' guest of Kir. and Mrs. Louis Applcbaum over night. the sermon, "Gods Plus Upon Ui- i - Mrs El , Beno " w " ro ttei, of Commonplace ' Seiviceb are con- JcntsLoio has , ome(i (hc Rev I dueled each day al 7 am and 7 30 p nl A sunrise service on Easier morning will be held In'the' CITZ Everything For Your Entertain- mcnl and Comfort Last Time Today Joe B. Hro\fti .arid Marian 1 Marsh in Birthday" ,\\ With Spring Bjington -^ and Edgar Kennedy A GOOD LAXATIVE I'cmc of Mrs Giny's a -"—^ I \\n\rit1rr honfl In n hf»-| «KS ^S 5 ,S\S> '-igbeen Jn a ^plHlat £ Mi's Rcsemaiy Woodaid became In: biido of Ernest J Robcits, and ler brclhcr, Ernest G. Woadard, ind Miss BEola Browning weie nnirlcl 1 lie Rev cuplin D Beah: of Ihe First Church of .I)-' Sazni3ne, parfoinied liic dou- lll'j seivlco before mcmbcis of .he families and a nimiber or 'ilends at the WoSrturd liotns, 511 r'nrk Et Both \v:drting iln<js used Included in llio "guests were «jthcse from out. of the cily Mi ' ° f l\l t O. II is A C'ltlidav* Luncheon Jallc.'lll foi several months b--, llrrMt | an au^e of injuiies received In a. mo- ci accident Ho is now able to nlk tune spscipl clectucal and mii'ical effects will poitlay From tlic Crucifi\iou Through Ihe Res- to tnc -nitliti^ of I is two ' WOodard' wots a frock ol navy blue (lal cicpe nvvde Vtllli a Re^ingolc and a (.orsa°2 of bvvcet- brides Mrs. pea' ^ Hei actxssoilcs were in Roberts We a spring ' Osceola N * * * Former BIythctillc Boy ; \veds al Detroit ot the hoed wis ono icn 1 so it had si jccn at the liome of Mis Lloyd Slickmon when Mrs Slickmon an-l Mis Murrnj Smart weie hostesses The 15 pie'cnt Included Mrs B A Lynch, stale president. The rmrriage of /Miss Bernlce Tlio dining table decorations. Louise Trump, of Detroit, Mich, veic a taml of snapdiogons and and Charles Harrington jr, form- narcissuses and u birthday ciikc crly of here and now of Detroit, lopped with one tiny candle, and was solemnized Saturday nlgnt at Ihe smaller tables had individual that city The wedding ceiempny corsages of mixed spimg floweis was followed bj a icceptlon at Hie arranged for ccnteipicces with the home of Mr .nnd Mrs Chirlcs P E O colois of jellow and of turquoise blua with h corsage of aimmor flowci-s and .she carried tha handkerchief: her mother' had as a biido. \ wedding sii|Spji followed the service before the l\vo couples wcnl to (heir new liom> thej will have togelhei Bath bridegrooms uic h Ihe building business. Mrs. Roberts is' : the daughter of, Mr. and Mrs. E, G. .WOodard .and Mrs Woodiud is tbe daughter of Mi and Mis Blow mug of Dcnlon Mo Vanderlinde, of' College Drive Detroit, uncle and aunt of the biide white predominating Mrs Oeoige M Hunt displased bride is the daughler, of r babv s birlhdaj book, which is belni; tent as ,i history of this group, and afler the meeting the niembei-s had their plcluics Inken for - : the album. Mrs W D McClurkin gave nn original paper foi the (irogram * * » (.'ounly Council Mrs Gertrude Trump, formerlj of Mmkcgoh, Mich and now of Dc- tioiL Mr Harrington, who is the son of Mrs. O. T Reecer of Detroit and the late Mi Harrington of Blytheville, attended school here before ho v,ent to the no i them citj several sears ago j * " • ' H-vs Birthday Parly Miss Arlene Poff ciilcrlalned 51 Inends with an apron paily Thursday nlghl m honor ol her birthdaj Ira Nichols won a cake foi first prize m the apron con- tesl The guests were served cake, candy and hot chocolate by Mrs M F Poff and Mrs H D Shan- ejfelt » * * — T one OaV T , *j Society Jfcets Mrs Eugene Davis was hostess to the Lone Oak W M S Thurs- proved today but will have to be Mi nnd Mis Guy Bi rks had as their guests Saluiday Mrs Silis B Nation and Mrs shocmakc of Hayti. Mrs. Elstusr Beall, of .Wilson.'. 1 , was tl'c guest of her pircnts, Mr and Mis Paul n cooley, over tlie wc"L ntd Mr B,snll wlio Ins be"n u?- ricultural leaclier In the ; W.llscn high school, Iras ncgept-d a PDSI- llon as assistant county agent at Loiibkc and .has already taken up his work there Mis. Belli will join him JUne"1. alter school closes : at Wilson, where she teaches. Mis CUfroid Joyner, of Union City Icnn Is th" guest of herlm ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. j Whlt- worlh. Mr. Joynsr, who acccmpan- Itd Her over returned yesterday She will be here for a w-C2k. Mrs Emma M Buiney of Man Held, Mb,, will arrive tomorrow for a visit with her son, Paul E. Cooley, and-Mra. Cooley. Mis. Jack '.PaVker and the..Rev, Curiia D Beastev aic in MSm|ihibi toda\ with Mrs J c. crincr wlio in bed seveial weeks Mi and Mrs.-.E. Huffniaii and Mrs. Elbert Huffman motpred to Memphis i Siilurday. From there Mrs. Elbert Huffman went to' Horceshoe Lake for a visit with, Iriends. i Mr. and,Mis. H..G. Partlow had as llicir guests , for the weekend, Mr. rind Mrs. 'J...Hurdle Johnston, of Memphis, Morris Corzlnc has relumed to his home in'Memphis after a'visit v.'ilh Mr. • mid Mrs. J. G. Barries and other 1'clalives. Mr. and Mrs. o. w. McCulchen and daughtei, Sara Lon, and Mi McCutchcn's mother, Mrs. Lucy McCutchcn ,of Campbell, Mo., re- tiuned last night from i iw * spent al Minim, ria, wheie they Also. Paramount. News and Novelty , Shorts . —Admission— Matinee—10' &' 2Gc Night—1G & 30c TUESDAY IS (Less Slate Tav) \Vonicn lo Mccl lomghl ^ Tlie Buiness>and Piolcsslonal Women's club s \ ai vUll 7 30, at Ihe Hotel Noble meet -tonight; Mrs. John Toland Dies at Driver Grove Mrs. Julia Ann Toland, wife of John Toland. died carlj Saturd^j night at the family home in the Drivei Grove comniunitt> She it, i-irvived bj her husband tlnee sons, a daughti and a •sister Funeral services were held Sunday with Hie Rev Carroll B clpyd cfnclatiiig and Interment was made at Ehnwood cemetcrv. Here The Mississippi County co'..icll of Use Home Demotislrallon clubs met at Ihe Woman's club here Salurday. Miss Cora Lee Colemtm outlined Hie "Live at Home" and "Plant lo Prosper" programs a\id read the rules to be followed by Ihose cnlering the conlests. She I'rgcd thai all members .of the clubs participate. New officers elected were Mrs. Albcil Pajne uiesldcnt. Mrs Reidman, vice president; Miss Coleman, secrelary and treasurer; Mrs.' Fred Bean, assistant secretary; Mrs. V. C. Mullen, reporter; ._ .. ... ^, .*>»u*,j t ...j, ,,iio. v. ^^ p jvimiyn, iuuuner; aav afternoon There were 22 Mrs Furl Potter, chairman of gov- Phone 180 You'll 'be proud to step into the Easier P.-uade if you'll let us clean arid press your clothes. Call us "arly and have them rdady for Sunday. WHiTiin, URIGHTKR CLOTHES TRY OUR LAUNDRY SERVICE LAUHD8Y-CLEAHERS The kings In modem-card decks 11 contain the Jovial physiognomy f King Henry VIII, the husband f many wives. er loft aim Sha and her mfatit diughtei, Eupha Patsy Cnrer, will return horns vithin a few daysf'f Mrs. Crlner's condition contiijuc'.s to unpioic The baby Ins Lesn v named Uuphti for the Rev Etipha D Beasloj Mrs W D McCluilm Ucmnhis todaj Ib 'In HRE vou ^'^.A Most \vonicn at some &V *^'2s 1 ' C ™ lltt ° li ^ l '" l ''"''" cC " $JL 4 ,J \S? M^ VOr i"iUic lS r i'S 10 oI lM«» < SJs ^T/f2 linniicx! A>e, Hot «Svfe^ ^ ^*S[ [HIE, , ArE., -itH Any •j^^/ SP" IltltL cftoit tltlctC tlLC feel ^-^> ,.' tired;nnd ncivous. I felt ^***- m erablc I didn't ,TC]I h my fo*l aiul Icpt poorh I niRllt I tuccl Jirji^efLe' 1 nvonlc Prescnpuon ns a (omCfatuii I ale more, slrrt better, antl'liad taorc" slrenEtft." Buy b[ your drU£KUt today. N B Mepaid "ji , iclurned Friday to falncvoport L-i, aftei Visiting Ins parehts foi se\eral dajs Mr nnd Mis William Borowskj and. Mr/, and Mrs. Max Borowsky and : families, of Manila, were guests of .'Mrs. Walter Roscnthal yesterday . Mr, and Mrs. Louis 'Lansky and Walter Rosenthal vlsitccV in Mem- plits yesterday, , Afr. aiid; Mrs. E. -M.'.Jiiffec were- guesls .of.,Mr. and Mrs. Jack 'Aj>- plebaum" -yesterday. Mrs.: Lily Si.sk,. wlio' has been 111 since Wednesday, is. slightly irii- TERUY ABSTRACT & URALTY CO. Abstracts. Lands &, LoTna F M JTorry, Tres andMgr. I'hone617 Blythe\ille, Arfc IN MEMORIAL In sad but loving memory of ?oss Beavers, Who departed this fe two years ago, March 21, 1935, alccp on, dear Ross, and take your est. A smile we loved is gone,-a o Ice we loved is stilled. A place s vacant hi our hearts! which icvev can.'he filled. Sadly missed by His wife an'd Family. HELPS AVOID MANY COLDS Especially dcstgriccl ai<i for nose and upper throat, where most colds start. Used in time, helps prevent many colds. "BERN'AT" KNITTING i'ARK FREE INSTRUCTIONS New spring and •summer jarns Latest Styles Chsses Friday, 2 30' P M MRS. LESLIE HOOrEH 1109 Chlclasawba Phone 702 PH1LC061F' Hcrc'sAmcr- icas favorite for foreign tuning for hearing ihose colorful .overseas programs tliat so many listeners enjoy ., . and of course, for fisie reception of American programs 100! A graceful console with Fliilco Foreign Tuning System, Color Dial, oversize Electro-Dynamic Speaker, and many other 1937 features. Tremendous value! Demonstration free' *Sat t !cii!yw'tI> Mlco High- rff i fitJicyAeTJaito insure greatest forti&n reception. \ her husbands secretaw Also \c\Elh Short Hid CcmeJ. — Admission — Mafiuec— 10 & 20c NiBllt— 16 & S5c Ycu can attend the' nialiuez TiiEs- day,' register, and have a cnance lo «in Hank Deposit Million! lie ing present Tuesday night BIATHEVILLK, ARK. is especially proud o£ its record in Farm Homes r/^TTrm • Big'Farm Washings give n u*AsKt:r Us most rigid test, and more Maytags arc in use ; on farms than any other >yashcr. It not only 5;ucs time atui effort, but s.\vcs clothes by its careful washing method. The fah\ous squire, one piece, cnst- iliiininuni tuu, iml sc\li hicnt trap arc features that rrt^ke \vashlng \\\\\\ the M.tytag not only easier bi\t letter. E. B. Gee Sales Co., Inc. 51K & Moiii — I'lionc 67 THE MAYTAG COMPANY » Minliehicit » FeanJtJ ISgi U-^ OASOIINE OR EumiepowiR n* Wfij i.r < Jf Jr \hJ r Ut Irtcr-t-r} \, t CSlfcf f S-iTj On &11 Spring Suits and Coats $12,95 Values {or $10.95 $16.75 Values lor $12.95 $13.75 Values ior $14.95 $25.00 Values f6r $19.95 $29.75, Values'for $22.95. $35.00 Values for $27.95 $39.75- Values>r $32.95 $49.75 'Values for $42.95 A..T/S2.05 VEt-T HATS FOR —COMING SOON— "50 Roads To Town" "Call It A Day" "Mountain Justice' "King cf Gamblers' "It Happened Out West" 'Step Lively, Jeeves" 'Seventh Heaven" •Waikiki .Wedding" s? ^ Admission .L!UI>±, IQc Show cverj night Malm Sat. & Sun., Fri. i- Sun. Mali necs at 2:15. Saturday Matinee 1 IS lime Hclly I'ltrncss and Jolin I'avnc in ur Also 'cj; Mnvictoiic News and Corrirdy 2 Adults Admillcrl for rtic'n «f 1 All Chitlrcn—18c Rocky~: Hottd to Setty Furness Gordon lanes ^ Oi-l«erft/lt« Pro^o'ceJ fcr Zis,i Mytn (tO-SADIO f:C7USiS Also Comedy—;'Tlic Boy. 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