The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 2, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 2, 1937
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PAGfe BLYKIEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PH11)'AV Mary Alice Freeman Weds Tail Joluison jr. The marriage-, of Miss Mary Altec Preeiinnnl -daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Taylor '. Flecmtm, of Dell, arid Tull Johnson jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Tull Johnson of tills city, was solemnized Sunday nfter- uoon at Joneslwro. The Rev. M. L. Moiley, rector of Saint Mark's Episcopal church, performed llic ring service. The church was decorated In smilax and foliage \vllh the allar draped in lace and Calhcdral tapers glowed In candelabra nt each side. . ..The bride wore a frock of romance crepe in navy blue trimmed in white braid- 1 down the front and en the sleeves, and her accessories were In printed navy. She wore a corsage of pink roses and' valley lilies. Mrs. Bill ' Sscoy, of Jonesboro, was her matron of honor and Mr.. Secoy served Mr. Johnson as best man. Mr. Johnson and his bride will -make their liomc In Joncslwro where Mr. Johnson lias headquarters. He is connected with the Washburn-Crosby milling company. Both arc graduates of the city lilgh school where Mrs. Johnson was chosen 1934. football queen Bridge • Luncheon Is Given At Hotel. .-Mrs.-S. J. Smith, of Luxora,and Memphis, entertained 32 gitcsts with a bridge luncheon yesterday at the • Hotel Noble, in " honor of Mrs. B. O,' • Pouncy, of Memphis Mrs. Pouncy, leaves within a re* days for a European trip,, (join? over especially for the coronullor of King George VI. of England. :The party was; given in-the Blue rcom where a "bon voyage" atld springtime atmosphere, were .'combined in the decorative notes. The Jiorecshoc-shnpcd • table ". was . for . good luck on the [trip., and the place cards were: miniature ships Several bouquets of mignonette lorget-ine-riots, sweetpeas, lupins and pink snapdragons carried oir n;-pink and blue color aifaVisc- ment. -In the .bridge games whiah fol- . lowed the four-course menu, Mrs Jesse Brown, of Luxora, won firs pilze, second prize went'to Mrs Ben Price, of r Memphis. lhir< ajjard to Mrs. Fritz Faelinnait, q Memphis; and Mis. O. B. Polk, o Jiempliis|-;'recelyed the cut,-.prize., '.Other guests were: Mrs. Gforg Schmalzrled, Mrs. Ed Schmnlzrlcet Mrs. D. : '-J. Lawrle, Mrs. T. T Skinner, Mrs. T. W. Briggs, Mrs qscar Polk, Mrs. Ralph Duvls Mrs. Fred .Weiss, Mrs. 'Joint Wen dell, -Mrs.. W. R. ;Sipc, Mis. C. A Lcdsinger, Airs." A. H. Murray, Mrs r IVanccs Collins, Mrs. Alice Vescj Mrs. Albert '-. Jones, Mrs. Stovn Jeter, Miss Kate Harris, Miss Mir Jam Lacroix and Miss Leone Whit' of ..Memphis,: Mrs. J. I. Miiflii Mrs. Charles Mlfflin, Mrs. Sa; Bowen, Mrs.'Russell Bowen. Mrs Q. C. Driver, :Mrs. B. O. \Vllkitu Mrs. T./F. 'Hudson, and Mi's Charles Blllingsley, of Luxora. .'. ' ••'•'-* '* ' Red Cross Employes Have Barbecue Supper 'Hie 15 employes of the Nation; Red Cross, who arc In Blythevill - and Osceola durjng the flood ergcncy, had a barbecue supper a the Rustic Inn "last night. ,Thc. centerpiece of the table wa a, roasted pig. with an apple i its mouth atid this was later sen • cd. ' ••'-..-' Those present were: Mis. Mathilde Enes, Miss Lora Stinne Miss.Ruth Kirhaw, Miss Vcrlind M. Euhmillcr, Miss Jean She! Miss Kathleen Cowan, Miss Mai garet Hardy, Miss Lulu Rush, Mis Mary B. West. A. o. Klainkc. Mis. H. Wilkins, R. Fisher, Chris O Conner, Durcll W;iskom and J V Stanhope. « • • Mas Club. Mrs G G Caudlll cntertnlm the-Thursday Contract club wltc Mrs F B. Joyner won the priz a book The hostess served a salad pla after the card gamfi * • • ... Guest at Club. Mrs JameS H Bell was guest of Mrs. Ross D. Hughes «hen she had the Thursday Luncheon club. Lunch was served at the dining table, decorate din ro^cs and sweet- peas with iprlng lime place cards In the games which (Mowed Mrs. J. A. Leech won first and Mrs C W. Afflick, second high. lolclup of Winning Trump Pals Contract Down One BV WM. li, McKENNKV ccietary, llridEC U-uguc Today's hand WHS played re- •ntly at the Central Slates hampionshlp Tournament held In hicago. As the Beards lie, It joks as if dcclaror heed lose only, nc spade, one heart, and one lub. However, the laklng ol 10 ricks was not so easy, for the de- A7D-I VQ53 »KQ 105-t Jf AD 3 » larcr saw only the cards played y the defending side to the first wo tricks, the expose dummy, and iis o l .'-'ii cards. When the Jack of diamonds was pened, the declarer, of course, cad it ns a singleton. The trump lluatlon was his first concern. !c -won the trick wllh''• dummy's :ing and led a small spade from lummy. When East played the Ight. Ihe jack was finessed. Dr. .ouls Mark, of Columbus, O., who Today's Contract Problem Soulli has opened the bidding with one diamond, :>mt North has responded with one spade. Will] no other suits bid, South later jumps lo six diamonds, Should K.nsl don- hlc? EAST A 10 2 i V82 * J08C53 *K7G All vulnerable. .Solution in next issue. 2 Bits of News Mostly Personal held the \Vest hand, permitted the declarer to hold the trick. South now decided that he must enter the dummy In order to lake nnclher spade flne.sse. He played n small club and won In dummy j with (he aw. A trump was led. East played the queen. South confidently covered with the king. Dr. Mark won this trick wiih the ace :ind then played n small club. East won with the nuecn,- returned a diamond, and Dr. Mark ruffed. The ace o( hearts was cashed, thereby setting the contract. If Soulti had attempted to enter the dummy by playing n heart, West would have Jumped right in with the ace and ieil a club knocking out dummy's ace, while he still had the ace of spades. Had South played Ills king of spades after llncsslng the Jack, Hie contract would have been made. However, credit must bo given to West's clever refusal (o win the first trump lead. Osceola Society — Personal Will Halt Vandalism at Central School A delegation from tho Central grade school called on Chief ot Police Ed Rice this morning to enlist his cooperation in halting •vandalism winch is (n;«i.(erins •with efforts to beautify the school grounds A ftnce, erected to protect grass in front of the school, has repeatedly been broken down or lorn away by persons who .persist in cutting across the grounds, preventing the grass from getting a .start, chief Rice promised that wcmtsrs of his force would keep on eye on the school grounds and Surprise April Fool Varly, Mrs. Sam Coble and Miss Emma Cox were hostesses nt a surprise uncheon and bridge party yesterday; The sixteen members of their :lub Were- instructed to meet in '.ront of trjq'acm Theater at 12:30, wherci.lhey were keut waiting ten nlnutes before Miss cox appeared. Sbe told them to drive to Hlylhe- vllle and wall at a certain place on Main street for her arrival There another " ten minuUes of waltitfe follrnved bcvlorc she appeared to direct them to the tea :oom of the Rustic Inn. which Mrs Coble and Mr. Ifalscll had made attractive with spring (lowers where luncheon was ^served. In the bridge games that fallowed first, and second prizes, vases, were won by Mrs. J. H. Lavawcll and Mrs. ft. C. Bryan, law score award, a powder box of Nlloak pol- tcry, went to Mrs. John W. Ed- vington. Mrs. Joe Hires of Luxora cut con- eolation, a water jug and glasses of Camark pottery. Afterwards the guests visited Miss Oration's gift shop. In addition to the regular members, Mrs. H. A. Lesmcister. Mrs. L. W. Walters, and Mrs. Hugh Hiighey ol Jacksonville, Flu., were guests. I'.T. A !las Benefit ToniRtil. A home talent pageant sponsored by the P.-T. A. with Mr.s. W. W. Prcwltt as president will be given in connection with the regular pic- lure show at the Gem theater tonight. The pageant will porlraj six stages of a woman's lite from babyhood to old age with appropriate music for each setting, li the nursery scene Mrs. Eugene Packard will appear as the mother singing, sweet and Low. to baby T'cggy Blanton. Charles B]ack« p ooti and Uonna Rac Driver will psr- Iray the bride and groom in the i wedding scene with nuptial mil- j tic sung by Eugene Packard. Mrs. | Hurry Driver is the grandmother | in the final ixcuc. » • * Has Birthday Party. Mrs. Charles I.ourancc jr. was hostess to 50 small children at he: lounlry home at Driver yesterday altcrnoon honoring the seventh birthday of her son. Cuar.e.s Lovrance 111. Among the games and contests was an eg g hunt on the lawn in which Charlotte Driver and Frank Williams jr. were given prizes for finding the most eggs. After the games the children look turns at riding the ponies and driving the goals. * « * Entertains for Sister. Mrs. James Driver cntcruiincd two lables ol .bridge yc.slerduy afternoon at her country home .south of town in ,sp:clal compliment to her sister, Mrs. Fay McIIaney ot Paragould. from llcndrlx college,-Conway. to spend the spring holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Balloue and Mrs. Ely Driver. Mrs. Maggie Barblers has accepted a position In the county agent's office. Mrs. if. ,\. Lesmcister has returned from a visit wlllt her daughter at Natchez, Miss., where she assisted her as hostess to 1,000 guests who visited her home, "The Lindens," during Ihe recent Natchez Garden pilgrimage. Jetllc Driver left last nlghdfo; several days visit in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Lesmelslcr art moving to Osceola and have laken one of the Coble anarlmcnls on Bard avenue. Mr. Lesmelstcr Ithe contractor on (lie Swift Fu- icial Home and furniture store and formerly lived in Jonesboro. Among NIC Osecola members of the Jewish congregation who attended the B'Nai B'Rith mcoliii" in Blythcville last nleht were- E M. Jnffe, Dr. s. Nickol, Abe and Ben Nickol. L. K. and I. Harwarg Stanley Newman.'Morris Silverlicld N'alhan and Ilyman \Velnbcr« and Guy Rubeiistcln. Coiinty Agent E. H. Burns and J. M. Cavendcr. soil consrvationisl arc at Etowah loday attendlm; the comity basketball lournamcnt of 1-H clubs. George H. Deer and T D Wil- ktns of Luxora are hi Little IJocl, today on buiiness ami will also gc to Comvay before rclurnltv tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Potter have returned -from u three months stay In Florida, The condition ol Mrs. M. I,. Mayo, who Is very seriously 111 at her home in Osceola because of an Infection on her lip, is slightly improved today. Rosenuiry Monaghan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghan, was taken to llic Memphis Baptist hospital yesterday because of nn Infected sinus. Her mother, who accompanied her, returned last night and today Mr. nnd Mrs. Monagliail ind daughter, Barbara, went down. Mr. Monaghan will return home onlght while Mrs. Monaglmn ami Barbara will remain in Memphis vJillc tlie younger daughter Is'in he hospital. They will probably be away about a week. Mrs. w. E, Harlen and daugli- er, Billy Jaiie. of Hipfey, Tcnn.. re Btie.sts of Mrs. Tnylor Freeman nd family. Charles Apgar has returned to ils home In Mount Vcrnon, ill., fter having been tlic guest of Miss Mary Lynn Brewer for several days. Cinll Whltsltl, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Hugh whftsltt, was taken o a Memphis hospital today for j-catmciiL and possibly an opera- ion. The baby's grandfather, Dr. ?inlcy A. Robinson, and the nurse, Urs. Ardcn Crowdcr, accompanied icr. The condition of Mrs. w'hlt- iitt Is very good. She'Is at. the Blythcville hospital where'the baby vas bom Sunday. .'-,:'• Miss Virginia 'Martin, who. utr ends the University of :Mississ'i])|)i, Oxford, has arrived home to spend Ihe spring holidays with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. S: P.- Mnrtin: Miss Nancy McCauley,- w l:o i s n Undent at Bclhaven college, Jackson, Miss., is to arrive tonight for the spring' vacation. Mrs. W. n. Glover was in Mem- ohls yesterday, having a'eco'mpau- ed Mi-s. Matt Momighan-down. Mr. and Mrs. Olnir Miller and ion, Billy, and Mrs. w. B. Nnlley !eft. this afternoon for Hot Springs, where they will : spend :he weekend. B. J. Allen and Lee Maxwell, of Osceola, have Little Hock or a state sales meeting of the' Sinclair Oil Co.-They" will-return' iunday. .' ' i Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips' and children will inturn Sunday from Florida, where they have be;n spending several weeks. Sfndcnfc' Dandnjr IlaU-rt OAKLAND, cal. (UP)—The type of education a man follows secnvi 'o have a distinct effect on his dancing. Fayettc Dale. 22-ycar- old laxi dancer in a local 10-ccnt dance hall, says University of California students- majoring in economics arc-the-best dancers wltil" ;he engineers are the worst. To prevent needles ' and pins from rusting, slick. them into n piece of flannel which has been aturatcd with machlne-.oil. Minnesota nii-th Kale Un ST. PAUL (UP) _ Minnesota', tirth rate has climbed l.D point since the low during the depre:, slon, Mrs. Gerda C. Picrson. dircc tor of the Minnesota division o vital statistics, reported. On tlv other hand, the death rate maiiicd constant re Mary Elizabeth Balloue and Llnd- tcy Driver arrived home Wednesday TOO LATE TO CLASSIFV KOH RENT L * w~.,ww, tjivuuu3 HUH " ikii nkiiiLU luums tor uiatr anyone caught ill rhturc housekeeping 622 W. Ash. 2 furnished rooms for light depredations would be given an opportunity to explain his actions in court. Alligators grow very slowly. At 15 years of sge, they are only two feet !o;.g, according to estimate*. 2-ck-tf LOST LOST—Keys in brown leather case. Reward for return to Courier News. _ 2c k5 BAKERY - AY Ell. Ka. i'KCAN'-NUT HIIKAI). l.oaf FLAPPER FANNY •isitlng with Mr. and Mrs. o. L.' McVco and Mrs. Francis Huds))etli ind family. Mrs. W. V. Robinson and Mrs. "loyd. Ncslcy drove W. V. Robln- -oit jr. to Jackson, Twin.. Sunday vhcrc he took a bus for Columbia, rcnn., where lie Is attending the Columbia Military Academy this •car. Clftirles James, a student at the University of Missouri at. Columbia, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Ross over tlic week end. Mrs. Ross and Mrs. T. M. Spldcll took tlin back to Columbia Sunday, and spent a few days there visiting iheir daughters. Misses Mary Tipton noss and Lucille S|)ictcll, who ire attending school there, Mrs. Ely Saphian and small daughter returned home Tuesday from St. Louis. Miss Kathleen Nichols, who is attending the University of Missouri at Columbia. Mo., spent the past' week end at Micola with her parents. Mr..and Mrs. Parker Nichols Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Bernard have been in Woodlawn. in., this week visiting with Mr. Bernard's grandmother. Mrs. Wood, who is seriously ill. . iaajfoj _>a; ,*^twjwviw&,*.'^K»nv»j?s-&*my&'xw&f?z#NM'Xs ^ 'S'|tosc tlicsc will be as big and beautiful as th'cir pictures, Fanny?"," "I don't care whether they coiae nj to Ilieir descriptions—il they'll just inr- mi.'* come np- Caruthersville Society — Personal Mrs. H. c. May spent from Tuesday until Thursday in St. Louis where slie attended a state hairdressers' meeting: Mrs. J. W. Tinton left Monday evening for Miami, pla., where she was called by the serious illness of her mother. Rev. w. L. Meyer has been in Clnrkton. Mo., attending a pastor's j school-for the Poplar Bluff district. I Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McElyea and son, Gene, spent Sunday in Campbell. Mo., .visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Crawford. They were.accompanied home that afternoon by Mrs. Crawford, who is spending-lhe week here. Miss Opal Reeves and George K Reeves, who are attending the University 'of Missouri at Columbia spent the week eiid here with tlieii parenu, Ally, and Mrs. Everett Reeves. Mrs. Francis Hudspeth of Bogota, Tcnn.. is expected here today to spend a . few days visiting her brother, Robin Pierce, and family. Mr. and Mrs.' Cecil Hudspeth spent Thursday, at Bogala, Tenn., Hornersville Society — Personal B. P. Parks, G. A. Quinn, Tom A. Ray. Earl nuiTin. and Robert Klllian of Manila attended the Scottish Rite meeting at Poplar BlufT: on-Friday of last week. Will Omar'a and children went to Texarkana last Saturday for Mrs.- Omara, who had been a, patient .in tlie Cotton Belt hospital there for three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mizell and daughter," Sue Parker, were guests of. Mr. and Mrs. Bcnm'c Lamb"rl at Paragould Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Langdon and son, Edwin,-left Sunday for the! home at Amarillo, Tex., after spend ing six sveeks with relatives hen Mr. and Mrs. c. Matthews and daughter. Miss Kathrie, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Asbury and- son of Dexler. Mo., and Mr. and Mrs Meet Your Friends ill. the * D A N C;E * SATURDAY NIGHT IN THE;BLUE KOt)M The music ..starts promptly ;it nine o'clock. Come .early and enjoy your .slutrc of lite fun. Kvery- 'botly will be here. - ; . Music liy 'Johnny Long's Swingslers .Sl.OO I'cr Couple—I'lus:Tax: HOTEL NOBLE UROWNIKS. On/ I'RUIT KII,1,EI) COKKKB CAKKS Special l!utcrc K Hour 5 to fi I'/M. ItAISIX-COCONni STICKS. Do/. . . I CHOCO. I!AI{ COOK1KS. Do,. KASl'HHKHY ' ^ HOI.L'S. I),,/. . I ' HOU.S. We Spcciali/e in Sivri;\l Orders - \<} MHf . no mm* _LL BEAUTIFY YOUR YARD New plants, flowers and shrubs planted in your yard or garden-will not only prove a source of personal "joy and satisfaction, hut will help in this city-wide program of bcautiliialion being sponsored by the lilylheville Garden Club. •"Help ttcaulijy lilylheville" W/, WATER Courteous, Personal Attention • (o 'Every Customer 1'lione SO n;i s. Broadway Linden Bngley of LUbourn were Hiests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs J. 3. Matthews. Miss Dorothy Maud Langdon' who mends the University of Missouri it Columbia, spent Easter here with tier parents, Mr. and Mrs E S Langdon of Amarillo, Tex Byron Rose, who came last wck; from the CCC cam,, at A va. Mo., to visit Ins mother, Mrs. Bcttie Rose, left Wedncjdy for Mountain ji'ove, Mo,, and on Monday will ilar,, for Pasadena, cal., where he has employment. Miss LO Verne Langdon, w ho attends Lindcmvood college at St Charles. Mo., spent the Easter vacation here with her parents, Mr >»nd Mrs. A. J. l/ingdon jr. ' Mrs. A. J. Laiigdoii jr. an:l daughters. Misses La Verne and Mary Lou, Mrs. B. s. Langdon and daughter, Miss Dorothy Maud tne Misses Maud Langdon, Kalh- ctjr.c Anderson, Zelta Mae Glass so Peck, Mrs. w. R. nuflin. party at the home of Mr. and Mrs' A. T. Metcalf at Dexter Saturday ol Mi™ n jei-el| h ' Ch lhe c ' 18il = emei ' t to Mr. Edwin Langdoii of°AnSlo' -. lex., was announced. The weddin- ! Is to take place in June. I'ossum Kingdom No >Iorr MINERRAL WELLS, Tex (UP,Possum Kingdom is no more The, Possum Kingdom transient camii where the Works Progress Admin- f. BEKJ.AT" KNITTING i'AUNS FREE INSTRUCTIONS New spring and summer yarns Latest styles Classes. Friday, 2:30 p M '' MM MI , iS ' IlE SME iioop'un' 1100 Chlckasawba Phone 793 Admission always lOc & 2Gc SIioiv every night. Matinees Fri.- Sat. & Sun.. Fri. & Sun. Matinees at 2:15. Saturday' Maliiuc at 1:15. Last Time Today I r«« • A Fnt fcl- Also C;»rtncri and Serial— "Fightiiiff Marines" SPECIAL Today Only ON.OUR STAGK Uncle Jim's Cotton Pickers At 3:U(I I'. M. & 8:y[) ['. fl], Singing, Music, and Conietlv A Comedy 1'fav— "Hntel Mix-up" A iatighing comedy -. - Out you'll enjoy! ! Tell Your Friends! Sunday - Monday lhrough leg»l loop. _ bolw.bulhts couldn't K-Vrt L'E'E TRACY MARGOT GRAHAME EDUARDO CIANNELLI ERIK RHODES Also Fox Moviclone News a"il Comedy On; WeH & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Store "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone 540 Also Cartoon and Serial— "Jungle Jim' 1 —Continuous SltR-iving— —Admission— Until 5 P. M,— 10 & l!6c After 5 I'. M.—16 & ."ilc Irani Idleness and pul them "to' work, W as abandoned recently Local labor will complete construction Everything For Your Entertain- - ijf ment and Comfort IS. f. Adults Admitted for. Trite of 1 f : ICdmiuid l.tnvo and \ '%v-^ Aladgc Kvans in ' L . Jnage' 3 .- | Also Selected Shorts S —Admission— Malinee—10 & 2(; Sunday - Monday^ "History Is We Hi light" With Charles Hover, -lean Arthur, !,i>o Carrillo and Colin Clivu 'Mic grandest romanrc in ni;*kr> hislory—and we duii't mean the kind y<m read in books; And wail tnlil you -sec thai amazins climax they're all talkii'i: about! Ciitirs rail if thr grcalcsl Holly- wond achievement since tlic 'Frisco carlliqiMkc. Also I'-Hramoiml Xrw>; HP;! Nt.vclly Shorts —Admission— -Srtnlay—All Day—K. & Me. .Mcnrtay nialincc—10 & 26! Mcnday Night—15 A 3Sc TUKSDAV, AI'RII, li— $50.00 HANK NIGHT! I Less Slate Taxi —COJIINtt SOON— "Call H A Day'' "50 Hoads Tu Town'' "Step Lively, Jeeves" 'Personal Proncrly" 'Waikiki U'rddinj;'' "Seventh Ijcarrn'' 'China Passage" "Maytinie"

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