The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 7, 1937 · Page 2
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PAGfe TWO (ARK.) QQURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, ml Health Workers Plan Anti-Tuberculosis Drive Mr. and Mrs, George W. Barlam have returned from Little lock, where they attended a meet- rig I (he state board of the A» Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Business Women's circle, rust Baptist church, meeting 7 P. M f>lis J. E Hasson Iwvlns Thursday Contract club Thursday Luncheon club meeting with-Mrs. R. F. Kirslmer. Mrs jfimjn Wylio having Th«is- day Blidge club Mrs. C. P. 'Tucker having lown and Country Bridge qlub Chapter "N" p. E O., meeting vitb Mrs. Pauncr England, 503 W. Walnut Street, T30 pm. FfllDATS Bv/ENTS pastern Stai having birthday party, V'JP.pm Elmwood 'Cemetery Association meeting with Mrs. Paul Grcemvell, 1037 Chickasawba Avc., 2:30 p.iri. Mrs. Sam Head and Mrs. J. M. Qillesp|e entertaining Dorcas Sunday School cla^s, First Baptist church,,2:30 P. M, Fidelity class of the First Baptist church to haye j>ot luck supper alt Mrs William Berrymansl residence on Cheiry street at 7 p.m. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Children ot Confedciacy meeting with Miss Frances McHancy, 2-30 p.m. Garden Club " " I T I Flaiu, for Contents Announcement vii)l be made in less than Uo \vecl>s of the plans foi the contests the newly oigamzcd Gnrdcn club plans to have, it v.as decided In Ti meeting Monday uighl at the Chamber of Commerce room. B, F. Kirshnqr, president, appointed' a committee of Paul Craig, thiiuman, Loy Welch, Harry W [Homes, Mis. J. A ,Leech and Mrs B. A Lynch, to mnke rules go\crnmg the city-wide coy- tests which will McHirte 5aids., gardens and vacant lots. Substantial casrj piucs \\ill be awtled A corhriilUeo was also appointed x to prepare for the flo\vei s)iow, to be held late in June, and wliich. will also be city-wide .J Louis Cherry • v,ill heart this committee as weliras Uie committee for the fall show He will announce his other members' later. It %\ak icted to cooperate, as an organization, in the improvement of the'grounds ot the Blstheville hospital',as a beauUflcatian pio- ject'and details foi this will be announced at the next meeting Monday, April 19. -,, i , A'donations coninilltcc : of Mrs. Leech ,Mi Hnlncs Mrs W ' J Pollardj!«Rodney L. Banister iind Mrs. W.' L. Homer as also announced. - Money icceivcd will l)c used for prizes antl beautificatioii projects, which arc expected to be far-l caching. ' i The exchanging of plants "among members was started with I?od- .ney Banister the most generous donator. Topping for Blouse ' Bits of News Mostly Personal It's an "ensemble season such as hasn't been known in years. To be In stylo ypiir costume must lie matched up—thai is, ill least two, if not more, elements of it. Which puts thn stump of approval on The tlie blouse uiicl lint ensemble made with a guy small flower print. btpiise has short, pull sleeves, with shirred" collar and culls (rimmed by. narrow black ribbons, 'flic "bambino lid" is of shiny blnck straw, the 100) brim covered with Uie print. (From llnrryson, New York) Mr. and Mrs. Eddie B. David have taken l|ie J. E. Critz house, 412 N. Ninth street, after liavjng Hyec n the jii'l apartment for sevcra years while Mr. David was custodian of the county Jail here. Mrs David's mother, and brother, Dick roller, arc raiding with them. Mrs. vcrnon Tlioniasson, o: Louisville, Ky., Js the guest of her parents. Mr. anil Mrs. W. E. Gil lespic, for two weeks. She and hei parents spent the weekend in Par Rgonkl with relatives. Miss Jennie Wren plllahunty ha returned home Irom a visit iri pay cttevllle, Ark., and Dyersburg, fern She accompanied Mrs, Tom Martji lo Fnyeltevllle when she look he daughter. Miss Virginia Marth back lo school after the Eastc holidays- Mr, and Mrs. Y. V. Turner, for iperly of here nnd now of Los An gsles, Calif., visited friends In Ely- thovllle over the weekend. Rosemary Monaghan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghnp, was brought home Monday from the Memphis Baptist |iospltM where shq had been undergoing treatment for an Ipfected slims since Thursday. She was accompanied honio by her parents nnd sister, Barbara. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips and hlldren arrived home Mondaj iglit from fyllainl and other points f Florida, where they spent scv nil months. Mrs. Leslie Moore, Mrs. Jess caman and Mrs. Theodore Logai vent to El Dorado. Ark., ycstcrdn vhere they are attending Uie slat knnsas Tuberculosis and R conference of punljc health workers held l|i cpti.nc'plion. The health conference! was a|EQ attended by Mrs. Annal)el!e Bryant' IIipiL and 3rtn(i itrpwo, nurses With lite M l6 s|s.slpnl County Unit. The principal speaker at the state meeting was Dr. O. E. Shlpp, of LIU lie Rock, ant) a representative from national headquarters tojd of p'? tls fpf tl)e early diagnosis campaign now being waged, The pQiinty healtJi null here in Connection with Mr. Barliam. fiend pf tl)e co)inly tuberculosis assocla tlpn, and Mrs, J. M. Wall, chalr- inaij of the ea.rly diagnosis Alice Frances Dudley Will Wed Next Month PYTSSS, Ark^Mr. and Mrs. J? 8. Dudley of Little Rock and Dyess announce the engagement of their daughter, Al|ce Frances Dudley, (o John L. Peters, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Peters of Hot prings. The wedding will take lace op May 8 af the liopie of he bride's parents |n Little Rock Miss pud|ey Is a graduate of Telena h)gh school and altende( ittle Rock Junior college am Arkansas State Teachers college She Is a member of Delta Beta Hgma sorority. Mr. Peters Is a graduate of Springs high school nnd is a mem )cr of Kappa Alpha Phi fratem Ity. He now is connected will . for the county, [n the move mept here. Talks, radio playletf a|itl lectures ft)Kl personal contacts arc Included In the program here Mrs. Wall and Mr. Barham are at, Leachvllle and Manila this afternoon in l|iij interest of this project. • Kroehler Cooperative at FACTORY SALE McKesson-Iyincoli) company in Little Rock. dru Dyess Couple Marry DYESS, Ark.— Delphia Wharloi daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W Makes' Three Bid, Doubled, |Willi All Honors Against Him \\\ mi.' K. Sccrctiirj, Amcriraii ilridgc l/agne When a defending player holds fqiir out of live trunip honors, including the. ace an^ khig, as well "a^i'aiio'tlie'r./king-riuccn "coin- uinalion •lieibinn'pt.'.lip .accused ,of undue optimism |rt l|itnking he can defeat, a conlrncL .of three. Just: this con)b|iiatlqn of. • c^ird.s, Women Have Study Meeting The study of the foreign mission book "Out; of America" .wns given by Mrs. Charles Alford at the meeting of the Woman's Mis sionary Society of'the'First Meth- odLst church in.a meeting Monday afternoon, at the .church. Mis. A... O. Hudson,- president, conducted the devotional. It was announced that circle 2, of which Mi-s. 'Edwin • Jones Is chairman, won the dollar prize for'the largest .average attendance of the past month. :• * * Daughter Born A daughter was born yesterday afternoon at the Blytheville Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Klaas, who reside at .the .Stovall apartments, Sixth' and Main Sts. * * • Entertains Club Violets and' bridal wreath made bouquets for-the luncheon tables, arranged in> Mrs. W. D.. Chamblin's sun room xwheh: she had the Tuesday Budge club. She also vans *;J5 VQ '.$QJOB'7 C N W E s Dealer AKQ10 V A K J 10 • 876 ,<. 10 3 2 1 4i2 « A K 10 0 4 3 , Duplicates-Mono vulnerable.-. Soulli \Vcst North. East 1 V Pass 1 A Pass 12 » Pass 2N.T. Pass 3 * Pass 3 V Double Pass Pass Pass Opw.jns lead—6 6. Today's Conlrivct Problem •: South, after opening the bidding \vit)i pni? spade, has jumped lo four spades.. n.rid has redoubled when West' d'bubler). With five high cnrds that iipparenll.v should win tvicks. what suit should West select for an opening? WfiST .'• A 0 8 5 4 2 W A K 2 4 AKQ *Q10 None vulnerable. Solution in next issue. " Memphis Specialist Addresses Physicians Dr. J. C. Ayers, Mernp]ils spcc- illst, \vns the guest speaker at \e meeting of ' the Mississippi bounty Medical Association at ic Blytheviile hospitpj last nlglit. !|s sijbject was ''Helping Na.turo n Obstetrics." Physiciaiis attending were; C. E. Vijsop, J. A. Sa!iba,_ D, L. Boyd . n, joli|iso!i, C. C. Stpvens, J. M Vail, p. p. Sniith, B. E/Sc-hirmer "atij L TJpton and joe E. Beasley Blytheviile; M. L. Cantrell and T. F. Hgdsqn, Li|)(ora; C, M. Harve|l, Osc.eola; L. L. Hubener, Dy ess; 'J. '),, ' TjdweH. Dell; R, L Johnson, Bassett, and J. T. Polit Xeisei'. '•'••'. V. M. U. convention of Arkansa iaptlst churches. They plan lo re turn Friday. Mr. anti Mi's. 'IJ, 1. Seay had a heir guests yesterday, Mrs. Fran nnd son;'Frank.'Mrs. M. L 3rown and Mrs. Gilbert Hodge, o Memphis. Miss Bonnie Lynn Fisher the guest of Miss Margie Blayloc nnd Herscliel H. Gord n pf Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Gord ere quietly iparricd at the lion " Uie bride's parents Monda 'cnlng, April 5, at 8:30 o'clock. Tlip ceremony was performec y the Rev. Lyman T. Barge ielhodlst minister, in the pre ice of a small gathering of re lives and friends. The bride is a graduate Iright Star high school, ne Jodridge, Ark., and was formerly mpioyed. In the post office at Dyess. The groom was graduated from he Shawnee high school near (oilier. He is associated with his ather in fanning 011 the Colony. Little Dyess Child Dies After Operatic; DYESS, Ark.,- Billy )Vaynp, ' year-Did son of Mr. and Mr Lloyd Sampson, died at the Dyess hospital Monday. afternoon following an operation for an intestinal .obstruction.' yesterday. Miss Fisher recently ( 'Besides his parents he Is sui> :noved from Blytheville to Steele. I v iv«F by two brothers, Ladalc and Mi 1 , and Mrs. Kyle Recce nnd •\Vjlliam Clyde. Trfc funeral was coiiductixl in the r community building Tuesday afternoon by the . Rev. Lynian T. Barg'er, Methodist, nilnislcr. Burial 1 was at Dyess cemeteiy. Read Courier News v/aiit Ads R I T Z Everything For Your Entertain- ruent and Comfort With Every Eroehler Suite Purchased Now! 1'rcparps a complete meal for as low as 2c. Koasts, browns, bakes, stc^re, fries, and does waterless conking. Odorless, finiieless, liameless. -inrt easy to clean. family, formerly of here and now of Alexandrinl 'La., arc visiting icro for several days, ' ' Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Sherrick and son, Billy, who have been mak- their ;home here for some nave , moved to Philadelphia, f& where they expect to be )icr- [iiunenlly located. . Mrs. Frank McGregor ; has rc- lurned from a brief : visit will* friends nl Marianna, Forrest City; nnd VVheatloy. Mrs. J. T. Phillips and' Miss Alia Blythc have gone to Detroit, Mich., to attend the wedding of their niece, Miss Josephine Blythc, lo Jack Dawson whicli^ wiil be solemnized Friday. Miss Blythc is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. led a sma! las four tn nnd the contract wns made. iCopyriBUt, 1937, NEA Service, Inc.} Rev, M. R, GriHin Named Pastor at Deil Tiie, Sainpsoii Family came lo jlc^-cplony over ft -year ago froiji IIV Novada* cpunty.. Weds.-Thur.-Fri. GREATEST MUSICAL ROMANCE! Modern science -admits the possibility or .danger : of collision between a comet and - the earth. If the"' comet particles were a..'. . iheiTsay, 116 daiiger would result, but,' if they were huge rocks, there might be considerable damage at the. point of collision. decorated the living rooms In Jonquils.' .and dining apparently overbold players opposing them had reached three, but was not enough to prevent tlic declarer from taking nine tricks. so great was the power of favorable distribution. East feared that not bid again, so he doublet! the j contract of three because he could' not lei pass through his fingers : j chance to collect whnt appeared jo 'be a certain penalty. It would Ecein that the inct that South had shown a two-suiter .should; have been sufficient to make Eust :aulious in ills doubling. .When tlio spade, wns opened, South went right up with tlic ace in dniuiny, and quickly annly/.ert (he situation.- East, he reasoned, n)\ist hold -at least four trumps for the double. If he he-id all five, notiihig could uc none. Declarer led l«'o rounds of diamonds and, when the queen dropped from tlic \Ve*t hand, he several limes. Mrs. Phillips and her sister were accompanied to Detroit by Mr.- Phillips who has recently returned from a business trip to New Orleans and who hns been Iransferred lo northern flamed Pastor at Ueil points (or the present. Mrs. Phillips and Miss Blythe will be away The I?ev. M. n. Griffin has (or a week. been elected pastor ot the Baptist, Miss Laura Hale has returned church at Dell and .will preach lo Columbus, Miss., where she at- ' - - (ends Mississippi College For Women, after spending HID spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hale. Mrs. J. O. Ellis has- returned there on Die second : and fourth Sundays of each month. He Is caused many players to! also pastor of the church ..at double'. In today's hand when (lie | Kelscr, prcacliini! there on the down especially tq attend a lecture on permanent waving at the Hotel Peabody. Miss Carolyn Pride spent the weekend in Memphis as guest of r. v nnd Mrs. Joe P. Pride jr. Mr., i\nd Mrs. T. I. Seay' and 'ainlly spent Sunday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wundcrilcii md: family have moved to their nomc at the comer pf Hcarn and Minth Streets which they recently lurchased from E.-c. PattorC Mrs. John Wright of Hn'le's'i'olnt. Tenn., has arrived here to be with Mrs. Lilly Slsk, who'is" quite ill. first and third Sundays, The new pastor is a graduate from Oulfport, Miss., where she ot Joncsboro Uaptist college, class j spent Easter svith her son, J. C. of 1933, and last year attended i jr-, who attends Gulfcoast Mlll- Oiiiicliila college. Aikadelphin. j lary Academy. 1 The Dell church has been with- ] Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jackson i rpcnt Monday in Memphis, goiiv South would i out a !«stor for some time. "• COMPLETED" BEAUTY SERVICE rhonc .106 MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP Also Comedy —Admission— Jlalinec—10 & 2fic Nieht-16 & 36c Friday Will Not lie Pal • ]S%hl This Week Has capacity to prepare enough food for froiji four to twenty persons. 1'rclicats «'""i greater spccil Ihaii oilier -rcaslcrs, making it prncliral tc stall from a colil oven. •LJI The Best Grade Crushed Mohair or Velvet TUESDAY, APRIL 13— §75.00 HANK NIGHT! (Less Slate Tax) J. V. Walser was called for the $50.00 last tlislit—fl"t He/ ivas not irtscnt — Making Dank Deposit icxl neck 575.00; Mrs W. H. Mm>ard won high and Mrs Harry Kirby, second high, in the bridge game:, wind followed lunch! Mrs W. J.' Wundeihch am Mrs Mmyard were guests. • • * Has Club l'a(ly.- Mrs. Joe G. Trieschmah was hostess to the Yomig Matrons club Tuesday afternoon when Mrs .W. C. ,Higginsoii won the prize, bath powder. A salad plait was seued. in a meeting Monday afternoon, at the church. Daughter Bor " Mrs. E. P. Blomcycr read from A daughter was bora Saturday AC is 21 for the 'devotional and to Mr. ana Mrs irby Basmgcr, prayei-s were offered by Mrs. Blo- icmnerly of Aimorel and now of mc ycr slid Mrs. T. R.. Shepherd. be .™ cr ' Term. | ' MrSi Lcs i io Moorc ))rC6i( i C(1 ln rne baby, who weighed five and the business ic.viion, which prc- a nail pounds, has been named ceded Ihc serving of refreshments. Lola Bess Basingcr. * * « Children of Confederacy To Lnlerlain JJolhcrs' Members pf'the children of the Confederacy will entertain the mother chapter of the United Daughters of pie Confederacy in a meeting to be held Thin-bday of week, It has been announced •yjicxl WCSK, II has been announced t,. by Mr^ Jaines B. ClarX, dnector i- of the jotmger group. If ' • • « | Baptiils Ha\p' • . •".--•, ., { Social Mocllnj. |j i Mrs Tom W. Jackson, Mis. It i Raymond SchmucV Mrs. B.' Kct- -|. .linger, Mrs,-,'John Williams' and j^. 1 , Mrs. W. J."Rogers were' hostesses t '|j.-to the program and tocial meeting 2Y".of the Woman's Missionary Un• jisjjloii Of the' First Baptist church .biliousness, soi]f stomach, bilious indigestion,- flatii' lencc and headache, due to constipation. lOc ^nd 25c a Clearance Sale Of Spring Merchandise That Is \Yeni'iit>Ie 'Right Now! :' One l.pl of Spring Dresses— Values Up lu §li).75 — Offered for Only ' . . $ 5, SUITS and COATS 812.95 Values for - $19,75 Yiiluos for - $29.75 Values for $35.00 Values for - $39,75 Values for - - - - $19.95 - - $22.95 - - $24.95 Knitted Suits and Costume Suits Greatly Ucduced! Miss Whitsitf s —COMING SOON— 'Call It A Day'' "50 Roads TQ Town" 'Step Lively, Jeeves" •'Personal Property" •'Waikiki .wedding" "Seventh Heaven" "China rassagc" : '01tl Wyoming" The Hit? and Roiy Theatres now :(ar(.''iic iiisht shows »t 1 V- *L Box offices open »l 6:15. Saturday •vnd Sunday'continuous s'>o«ing : >tatinco evcrj" ilay at the RUz al'-a"r. M. ROXY Admission—Always 10 & 2Cc IMalinces. Friday, Saturday. Sunday Show cvefy n's'i 1 - Friday anil Sunday Milinecs slarU at 2:15. Saturday Malincc al 1:15. Charles of London Suites In Best Grade WoolFriezettes Krochlcr liuill i,ivinjf Ho»m Kurnilurc for Your Protect ion. These Krochlcr Famous S-Star Features Are Important. Hc(|!l Them— Weds. - Thurs. PAL NIGHTS! 2 Adults Arlmillcd for I'ricc of 1 AH Children— lOc John Hcan ;iiul Joan Fontaine in "The Man Who Found •fc Scientifically constructed hardwnoij -^•Only flcan, saniiary li 11 ings arc used -fr Non-collapsible spring- IHIcd scat cushions •i-Finest quality craftsmanship at every point ^ Non-sagging web seal umicr-conslrnclion And all a little or no extra cost over more cheaply built suites. A few more suites to sell at these special prices, raiiRinK from Sfii> lo SIM—and yon set a S15.!»r> Electric Kousler wifh each suite. CHA! Home Furnishings Moderately Priced

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