The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 30, 1937 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 30, 1937
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TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1037 (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS ' Social Calenda WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Church of Christ Bible sludj meeting with. Mm. E. D. IJaker 2:30 P. M. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mr.s. George M. !„:<: having 7>'ow:i anO Country • Bridge club. I'hui.sitay Contract club meeting will) Mrs. G. G. CiudlJI. • MiS OS." D '.J-|; < ;; li;,v|i g TMifKlay '• uncheon ;h.;Y TJtUISJ'iy Bridge ';l:ii> merlin; with Mis Fred Riilncflui-: Lake St. Methodist church having radio party at church, 8 p. M. Bingo party at social hall of ™'' Chureh of the Immaculate Con- Iom ' ception, 8 P. M. FRIDAY'S EVENTS The American Legion Auxiliary meeting at 2:30 o'clock. Democratic Women's club meeting at Hotel Noble, S;30 a.m. •'Circle Meets. ~ Circle 5 of the Woman's MIs- sforwry union of ('he First Baptist church met yesterday afternoon at the church for a social meet- Ing. The 15' present Included the President of the entire group, Mrs Leslie Moore, and two visitors, Mrs Shepherd and Mrs. Maxwell. Ganies were played before refreshments' were served. Methodists Have Study. The Woman's Missionary-society of the First Methodist church had , 50 present in it,! meeting Monday afternoon at the church. These included Mrs. Emma Burney of Mansfield, Mo.,'who is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Cooley, Mrs. Elsie and daughter, Mrs. Webb, of Hcrmondale, Mo. Mrs. Harry W. Ilalncs was in charge of the program. Mrs. Biir ney led the devotional, using Isaiah 40 for the scripture reading, Mrs. Ix. E. Old gave tile lesson from the book "Out of Africa." in the business session it was announced that Mrs. Charles Alford will give the next, lesson, Mrs. H. Lynn Wade was named a delegate to the conference to be held at FayelUvP.le April 13, with Mrs. J..D, Barksdale as alternate, and Mrs. A. B. Fan-field,'superintendent of social relations, presented new projects. 'She asked Circle 1 to, something 'worthwhile for the jail and court project, circle 2. to cooperate in the inter-racial pro- K ject. Circle 3 for the hospital, V.wil Circle ^ for the county home. •M. «.*•». Have Birthday rarly. Mrs. P. H. Cutler, of Promised Lai>d, and.ifr.s]5 J. H. Fisher each had birthdays'tlast week sd-tliey Imd a birthday dinner together Sunday at-the Cutler home. "' •• Mrs. Cutler-was assisted by her daughter, Miss Lena Mae, in serving' the dinner which' had the usual birthday cake. .'-The guests included the Cutler . family, the Fisher family,- Mi: and Mrs. Chester Burliam and two sons, of Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gflines and .{laughter, Mr., and Mrs. T. I. Seny and. children,, and Bill Hnrdin. _. * * * Birthday Dinner ^Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Aycock entertained with a dinner Sunday in- honor of Mrs. Ay cock's birthday. Easter decorations were iisecl uy the dining room. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Aycock and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. c Pillar, Mr. and Mrs. Shaw Aycock, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Mandigo and family and Miss Jayne Sevier and Lela Rhea Evans. * * • Marriage Licenses Issued ..These marriage licenses hav recently been issued from the BlythevillD office of the county court clerk: Granval Pointer and Miss Addle Bee Jefferson. bo!h of Osccola; Charles E. Gardner and Miss Lolette Mae Blevins, both of here; Walker Armstrong, of Asl Flat, Ark., and Miss Irene David- of Manila; Arthur Taylor w, ancthcr daughter, Mrs. Stell Kl- iolt. and four sons, Horace, iler- nnn, Lealis, and Jack 'Hale. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. v. Treadway .ml Mrs. w. ;!;{.: Staihnm, of Car- ithersville, attended the funeral if W. J. Self, held yesterday ui Marks, Miss. 'Mr. Self was a bro- hcr of Mrs. •• Molly Scott, inother of Mrs. Trcadway, who was im- tle to make the trip she, is 'ill. Mrs.- Clarence Wilson, Mrs Put O'Bryant,, Mrs. Ed Stanley, and Mrs.. G. H. DeLoiig ,-irc in Memphis today. E. M. Terry jr.. left last nlslit for Cplumbln Military academy. Columbia, Tenn., after spending lie spring vacation with his parents. 1 Miss Jean Russell of Louisville. Cy.:- who has been the guest of Jr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Stevens nnd amlly, lias gone lo st: Ixwis to oin Mrs. Anne Stevens Potter, who is also there for a visit. Miss Margaret Keck and Don irhith left yesterday after spend- tlio spriiig vacation with their Janithersville, and Miss Margie e Paul, of Cooler; Reece R Moore and Miss Mabel Crockett both of here; Edgar Curtwrigh and iviiss Mnry Jnne Holloway, both of Manila; Robert L Owen of Lusora, and Mrs. Johnnie L! Hollman. O f Ri p i ey , Tenn . COLD? At the first warning sneeze — quick -a few drops up each nostril. Its 'imcly use helps Prcvcntmanycolds Phone 673 The Bc^TTn Meats a nu Fancy Groceries & Market Hell; Jay B. Siitherlnnd and \H SS Laura M. Denflway, both of Charleston,. Ma.; Harry Davis and Mi.s. Lillian nicus, both of steclc; William Morclntid and Miss Clara- rile Gilbo, Loth of here. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. N. n. Mcnard returned today from Monroe, La'., and Cain- den, Ark., having been called to Monroe by the death of her fa- :her, Judge M. I). Hale, who died Sunday morning. Binial was made .'cslmlay at Camden. Judge Hale, i former Ouacliita county probate udee, served two terms anil ulso took an nctlvc pan In Ouucliita county iMlitical life. Besides Mrs. Mcnard he is .survived by his wife. J. M. Wall were at Wilson yes-[ 11 i ti'iday wlieic tliey uttiiuled to Al 1)11,1 ibuslncss coiicernlni! Ihc tiilwrculo- i sis wcik In Mississippi coiiiny. Mr. IS '1>> Uarhaiu is head or the county • '•-, > group nnd Mrs, Wall is in charge '' 'In cl the early diagnosis cumpaljjn noiv Ijrljijj ivaged In Die slate society. Hay Jackson, of Cincinnati is visiting his slslcr, Mrs. j.' j. Field, and fiimlly. V, G. Holland is attending to business in Osceola today. W. M. Scruggs has returned rrcni Memphis where he .siienl several days, . v Morris Zcllncr has gone to st, Louis on a buyhiR trip. Hr. J. M. Wall and Dixie craw- ford are adendiiii,' lo at School today. Rev. Recce Dickinson former-pastor of the Assembly of God church, has resigned to accept the pastorate of the Vailey Grove Assembly of Ciod church at Jonesboro. Rev. and Mrs. Dickinson left Tuesday for Jonesboro Mrs. Eugene SHI), of Plymouth N. C., will aiyivc April u (Q spend-a few weeks with her par- jents. Mr. ami: Mrs. C. S. Stevens. J. T. Alford, who has been ill for some time, was taken to Ui e Memphis Methodist hospital yesterday for a special treatment" Mr. and Mrs. c. S. Stevens will parents. Mr. Smith who attends St., Louis School of Dentistry, notored Miss Keck to school nt St. Charles, Mo. Miss Fiances Little left • lost light for Columbia, , Mo., where he Is a freshman at. Christian after spending Easter at Miss Mary Elizabeth Boium will eave tonight for St. cliartes. Mo, vhcre she is a student nt Linden- college, lome. ,.~™i 11 * — •-'••u*.i. V.II,,I L niniuii nas apnroxima raxl college, after spending the «2 millionaires, as conunrcd Easter vacation with her ' parents. «-.-•----- -- com P r> ™ Percy Wright, of Canithersvillei snend thc_weekend Miss., with relatives. mileville, Mr. and Mrs. .P. N. Lutlrell had 'is their guests Sunday. Mrs, I,ut- trell's three sisters from Memphb Mi-s. L. H. DavLs, Mrs. S Cales and Mrs. Glenn LaveDe. Mr Ui. velle. nnd , son, Glenn Jr am lliclr cousin, Mrs. Henry MaUdox. Demonstration Club News Notes Dogwond Club. The Dogwood Home Demonslr.i- tion club held its usual meeting Wednesday afternoon nt (he home of Mrs. A. "A. Gunlcr when 25 a I tended. ' A 'study of the subjc.ct ''"tti- u'on" was given by Mrs. W J Faught and Mrs. Ed Ciai" who discussed the county officers and their duties. Great Britain lias approximately r~< ~">.> i j,l,lu LW Bio six years ago. The nation considers all those with incomes of SIMMONS STUDIO COUCH As advertised in Saturday Evening Tost OFFERED IN SMART NEW COVERS AT Two easy motions turn it into a bed $49.50 Scns.ilion of ihe FurnUtire .MarkcU! The .Vcw TiKaway Studio Couch! A senile slight lift and the mechanical leg raises the trout so inner section can tie pullrrt out. Simple! Easyi Simmons innrr-spri,i r waitress. Convrnicnl btMing compartment. Adms and back rest. Opens to double bed ot twin teds Come in anil sec it. You'll be thrilled with Us many features and the wide selcciion of lovely new covers. tiubbard Furniture Co. KtlSEIl; '.Ark.-'Alphn -Workman «w chfxwj) l|jc pietllesl cli-l and Curtis Miles, president of the senior class, iva.s- mimed (he most handsome boy and also (lie best all- round, most helpful to the school nnd the neatest In a Who's Who flection held ni u,<, K el« r School Friday afternoon. Three brothers, Mclvln. Maynos nnd Oclrtlst Mnrph'ree placed ilrsl «cond and i],| ri | in t hc vo[e for the most studious boy, . Other results were:' cutest ulrl DJll Amlfi-.sbh; cutest boy E. w' Wtuson; .'most popular girl. Hazol Hawkins; uiosl popular boy Hurry B. Anderson; best e | r ) athlete, Mary AJnia Cook; boy athlete'- Murk'ChlUood; neatest girl, Rulh Cbllds; besl- dmssed girl, prances Taylor; best dressed boy. prcd Rob- Inson; most studious girl. Delols oohpson;- best all-round girl. Helen Moore; mast popular tsacher. Olivia Harris. '.- , • / • .'. . Kclsei- Ne ws N O ( CS Rev. n.- J. nandall held union servld?s.,at the church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Special music was rendered by (lie choir and other numbers were given. Among ifie Memphis visitors over (lie. week end were Miss. Sallle i^risp, Miss Florence POWM- anil Miss Olivia Harris. Miss Mnry Alice Stiittlc spent the week end nt her home in 1'ocn- hontas. Miss Mary Sue Wood took her Helnted Art class to Memphis Saturday to buy furniture for "the Home Economics building. While there they visited the Brooks Memorial. Miss Margaret Anderson of Drauglion's Business college spent the weekend with her family. Mrs. Sue einy,. - Colcman and daughter Nancy Sue, ?,fr. nnd Mrs Otto Kosliler and family and M <>"<1 Mrs. L, M. ni-eshmn ot Wilson ircro giipsts of Mr. niul Mrs. II. 1'. Dimnvant Sundny. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. \ v . •ii m , M . Mr. nud Mrs. Tonrchlstn and Mrs Moy Kellni-r altemlcd'ilie f, m ei-ni of I.ueien llaso at linswtt Sunday "ilenioon. Mr. Vn.s klllit! In « tnr «ccid«nt on lii^hsvny -10 Kal- '\"'S, W. M. Taylor, who | mx been a paltent at (lie DaptlM n os . pit) two weeks, «u 3 brotighi homa Mte Willie HalWi Fmxuson r.>- lumcd Irani Jone.sboro Insl week Slw Ins finished n in u beau- Mr. mill Mrs. c. I,. Nicliola »'0rc guests Sunday of (heir ila\ii;li- UievWe 8 ' 1IUI ' ry Wl ' <x '" m "' m ul >'- Mrs. Clco Garrett Heads Steele P.-T. A. School in PA13E THREE Washburn Wins Honor I ? li' I f ,'.• illrccior of (lie ( - I'. A. (,0ll)|)0llll0ll ty Health u,m, I (diddle Hiirvnni JOlNCTi. Ark.-Sluuvnro hliOi school boy.s won a dodslvc victory Katurday In i| u , Norllicnst Arknnsus dislrlrl Kinurn Kinncrs of Amnii-ii vcciitloiuil Jiicct, hold nl Arkansas Htute Col- Icm', Jonislxno. 'I'hi 1 RlmwiMM! Kdiilcnl.s st'ort'd •i,ouy ])oii)l.s t<j H-(II lionors. Wilson liijrti end. Imbodcn (dini. i - A, M. WiiBlibum, foniiQi-ly illiMior of tlis AUsstaliiHl conn- who b now ul- .. - - it collc-gc, Boston, li!i;li< M l>0 " 11 l 'lwt«l lo -neltn Omega" (In' luiimriiiy KdiolnsLti! frntcrnlly I" iiiiblic hcultii work. I-'ive men wore selected by the faculty from u fi^ss of i;o. in tu tills ra'ojihtllon i)r. 3 Wiishburn linn a letter doun siiylns h« \>an | im( | 0 the bi'H ri'toKl ever imiin i n iho KchoDl of Public llculth year' , ™tt was elected cieo a nr president or a -.^VVVM |,ll:.-inu-lll, (J[ ]\ nivnl-Tcnclicr ussoclnttoii, orgii»- Q?". '"^ , wecl! nt «' iiicetliii; ,u Steele High school at which Mrs. spoke ncRc ' 8 " or Cimilher.svlllc Oilier nfficei-s arc: Mrs. Dorothy Hiimra. ni-st v[ce-j)i-esldeii(- •]• A [liiuBard, second vicc-in'csidonl- ^•^" P ''^- "".lanr "'"i | , 1 ,. TI '°, » C J 1 ,'nccllng will lie held «'. 2:30 April Hi, nt which time iinltli-i's win be' annotinccd by |ire.sWenl and u membership drive will be made. Number Nine News Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Harris of Lcaclivlllc spent Sunday with Mr nnd Mrs. Jim Harris. I.ltllc Vlriilnhi Hnll, who has "eon tiuitc ill, Is now Improvini; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar' Downing Mr. and Mrs. John Hatcher mid' mmily and Mr. and Mrs, Preacher Downlnj; were giiMls of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Downing nt a fish dinner Siimlny. Mr. and Mrs. Earle Collins, who now live at Llltiomn, Mo., are the parents of n 91,4 pound daughter Martha Carrol. A number of the young people of this community enjoyed an hunt Sunday at Alice Collins. the home of and Au»u;iti, hniiiplaiix, (iiiii. '1'he sUiilmts were coinixitlni; fnr i'«sli luiws, auitrds ot itu'rlt. nn<l ,1-lnlit lo piiitlcliinle In the annual slate inert i.( PnycUovlllc, y iilHcliiK nrst in crop i-oiikwis he Sjlimracn boys won a .trin ID (he Mid-Kouth Riir ,11 M.' a spi-cinl division for , "W' schools tJnriillifisvllo placed llhst. rn llll »''"'i; lH'H'cd (list In ugron- IBED^' "my. liorllciiltua-. cotton planting ™BWL_ njid iwillry judjjlni; ami (hlid In ~"~ umber cnilsliKj nnd lurm shup vVllwii |)|,ir ci | socond In hgitl- ".llure and f,,,-,,, sllo ,, , im| „„„, In t'utry raltlo judghi" slit. "IHilWA'l"' KNTiTINd VAItNS PRBB INSTRUCTlOliJS New spring and summer yarns Lnlcsl Stylos. ' Classes, Frldny, '2:30^. M. •' ^IltS, . IiI^t,lJ^ ItOOl'I'it ' •' 1100 Chlcknsawba , I'liqim 792 PREACHER'S Do You Snffur? LINIMENT STDPB 'PAIN Wllli Rchcs, inilns, ihnwlng mus- HDOY t!ts ' C1 ' nln l>s. colic, Klnus trouble, athlete's foot. Itdilng Irrllatlnns of Iho sl;ln, or rheumatism? Try imi! lioc. bottle of Prcncher's Liniment, Made By l.inimcut Co. Sold al 101 S. 2n'd street Mnll Orders to Uox 7S2, Ulythevillb, Ark. Janet Gaynor says: artists of the screen * prefer Luckies" 'I live at (he beach most of the yea^drid there is hcinlly a weekend that a number of l brands of cigarettes on hand for guests, but theLitckies arc a [ways the first Lo disa^,car. I sitl>l>ose ii'sj,<st natiiml that Luchiesivanld be thefavoritehmnd because most ofm~yjrie~nds in pictures have discovered that the long hours of rehearsing and shooting at thcstudio i>lacc «scvcrctaxonthcthroat.Lcadhigarttsisofthe screen ['refer Luckies because they are a light smoke that sympathizes with tender throats." FEMINSNE STAR OF DAyiD'O. SHLZNICK'S TECHNICOI.OU PRODUCTION OP"A STAR IS BORN" An 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 . S> , Miss Gaynor verifies thcT^dom of this preference, and so do other leading artists of the radio 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 FINEST TOBACCOS"THE CREAM OF THE CROP" -~ A Light Smoke "It's Toasted"~Your Throat Protection AGAINST IRRITATION-AGAINST COUGH „ Foe Your EnlfMMn- mcnl and Comfort * TONIGHT IS $25 BANK NIGHT Slafe Tus) —Ailmis>{loh—. iHnlliirr—10 & 20e Nluhl—10 AJ 3Co Sclctlcd Shorls Weds. - Thurs. I.aiest News and . Special— "March of il'imc" —Admission— HI.-iiiner-MO Jb 28c N'ight—1C & 3Cc. —COM1NO— Joan Arthur ami Charles l)o>rr in "History; Is Made al Nigh!" t Jcanctlc ? ; M>l)ontild and N'clson KilUy In "Mayfimc" Ailmission always lOc & ' 2Gc 5how every night? Matinees FJi Sal. & Kan..- l-'ri. Jt sun. Mali- ices a( 2:15. S.itnrilay iU.-itincc at 1:15. Z Adulls Ailmllteil fnr Vricc of 1 I .CRITERION FILMS - OfllOHESDElBIO

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