The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 7, 1937 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 7, 1937
Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLB '(ARK,) COURIER NRWS Osceola Society — Personal Club Meets "Homes cannot ue made or maintained • by law—but only by love; and loyalty."—Howmaii, was - the keynote of the program on the American Home at the Progressive club yesterday nficmoon ini its first meeting" since January. Two Interesting talks on the subject, "Americim Housekeeping vs. European Housekeeping." were made by Mrs. George Abrey, a native of England, and Mrs. H. 0.'Bryan. Included in department; WEDNESDAY, APRIL Tnc .senior olrcle of the Chris- lla'n Workers met for (lie rtxular business mecling nnd Bible study Monday afternoon in (he. home of Mrs. George Raines. The lesion In (he I'aullnc KpLslles was led l;y Mi 1 -;. Harry Driver. JMIioitisi W. M. S. After :\ .short lesson on Africa (aught by Mrs. D. Fred Taylor jr., (lie members of the society heard Mrs. H. C. Morchead explain (lie details- ;md objectives ol the Bishops Cru.siidc now in progress in Ihe Southern Methodist church, to be climaxed hi Miiilhwide fellowship HTVioes in all (he churchesj on Friday night, April 2:1 followed with special services on April I FLAPPER FANNY -SyBrKFA SfRVlCt, |!-(C. By Sylvi via Milituiy Academy tmiid, were aiiifiiiiB n. j«iio. 11 m.*. ^ii-jw >niv<-<^ ' ^er^l-^niui'S^d^ ??.«J, •-,»?»•. »«".. !"•£.« a large -amount, of 'local nuisiciil talent would: be u.sed on the Mny dub program that week. Other Humbers xm the program included .'ft piano solol-"Valsik," John Mok- .jre.s, by Mrs."Wcrlz, A plant exchange, directed by Mrs, J. 13. •'Btinnj; giirdc'n chairman, was held In connection with the meclhiR. It was . announced that around 1,200 evergreens have been set in Ctceola >aids this spring which carried the pi'incipn! features of the unmwl Mule Day celebration held April .4-5. This 2;'cnt attracts thousands of buyers and dealers from every tlate lo Columbia, Tenn., each year, and the academy band furnishes one of the enterJnInmc-nt features, William finrd plays the trumpet »nd Monroe the trombone. Mrs. Homnr Qulnn, who is con-] Mrs. Wclby Young, legislallon » cclei1 " lil1 ' levy's In' Memphis.! chairman called attention to the ^ ll «' '«'' fnllll| y '"«''<! Sunday, foct that Satuidt), Apnl 10, is Mls ' •'• '"'• [>olk of Kol «''. Mrs. the last day on which assessment. Hayti Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. Byron Tensley arc thr- liny. purciiLs.'of an elght-))ound born nt the Baptist hospital at Memphis Sunday. Mother and child are setting along well. Mrs. Tensley Is the former Miss Mary Catherine Ravcnstcin. Dr. and Mrs. J. V. Moore, Dr. mid Mrs, W..n. Limtaugh. Atty, Houston Buckley nnd Wilard Russell nnd dlen Mrirtin ntleuded Ihe fu- i neral of Dr. T. J. Collins at Car- iitlicrsvillc Sunday afternoon at duller, MIS. M/L. "pike.'" ! and at tha end w m"- nro»r,m" thePresbyterian church. | a n. Dcweese' and daughters,' Winners were seized ty° ill- Mr, and Mrs. Farris Fardeccy •'«•••• - «.....-.. . .- '; , , . lv " IJJ '"• of Alexandria, La., Mr. and Mrs. Mississippi Valley Style tliow. : nwnrdsil io Emory W;r/; ;3 of O:>ceol) Mrs. Pillow served as n model for] for his imitations. Mrs. Tucker. Mrs. W. S. Sides or was here Saturday visiting her I orrhrstra played at the* beginning Rev. M. R. Griffin officiated as Carldon muster of c; re-monies. The sclioo! Ralph Kourle and son Hilly of Blythcvillc and N. Fardcecy and children of Luxora were the guests of Mr. and Mm, Wolr Khourlc Sunday. | Miss Eileen LoSIcur, who opcr- Mrs. Sailic McClanahan, who Is'alas a beauty shop at Liibourn, can -be made for payment ,of poll taxes and urged all club ' mem- bers'to assess by that date. Mrs. W L Moore, public u elf tic chairman,'reported on work done In Violet cemetery' and tlie cleanup campaign being carded on in the ton. During the business session, led by Mrs, R H Jones, piesldenl, Mrs. W. E. Hunt 'was elected delegate to the Forrest Cits district council' meeting ai Marion Apul 13 The following weic guesls for the afternoon: Mines. J T Relnmillei D S Lanes, Guy Dmer, Dnicc Colbeit. J D Smith, Cooper Dinei G H l!e and D r Tavloi ji » » • Presbyterian Circles Meet Mrs D s Lnney chairman of circle one, conducted the Bible lesson on Mnllhcv, at the homo of Mis Charles Sullenger Monday nfteinoon Plans foi the Ci\lc clnb cilnner weie discussed Mrs Guy Dil\er was em oiled as a 'new member. Circle two, Mrs. F. B. Hale, elinirinan met In hci home nn<l took part in the round tablj dls cusslon conducted bi Mn> George Ednngton o lithe gospel of M«t- thew. Mr- George Hunts Hostess Fred Crockett and Mrs, Susie Kelscr visited Mrs. Otto Koehler nl Dell Monday. Mrs. E. L. Boles Is confined to her room with an car trouble. Judge S. L, Oladlsli is a business visitor In UUIc Roi'k thin week. * Mrs. Fay Mcllaney of Paragould is the : guest of Mrs. James Driver. Mrs., C. L, Drake was a Memphis visitor yesterday. Miss H. Lnuckos. graduate technician of University of Tennessee Medical School hi Memphis, fonn- 21 ij cqnnecteil with Polycllnic and Alabama Research Laboratory, is now associated with Dr. I,. D. .Ihe Rev. E, I,. Cole and Mrs.- Cole left" Monday for El Dorado I to attend the slale W. M. U. convention. They will return Frl- dnv "i le |;ot jusl \vlial lie ilcservcil, the mean olil ililn^!" ".S-.nv, Ui; Ihe wanes ci[ sin haven't occii raised in 2001) vcar.i" David, of Syracuse, N. Y.. nrc the ; gutsls at Miss Josephine' Montague ' i wi'k. Mrs. Sllngerland will Iio remembered :is Miss lone Simpson, daii'ihtcr ol tlic into Judge S. II. Simpson. Mrs. fi M. Hodges Is in ,St. Louis this week. Lindsey Driver and Miss Mary F,]lx.abelh liallouu iciuriied tc Ilendilx College Monday night. They wore, accompanied to Mcm- E. Driver, Mrs. nnd JJob Kendrick. Tlic Hev. C. E. Welch of Mcm- phLs was the giiest of ltl.s daughter, Mrs. Andrew Florida and Mr. Florida yeslerd.iy. Commits .Suicide in Campbell's clinic at. Memphis receiving medical (reatnicnt for i fractured knee, is Improved, Mrs. J. M. Jiles of Alchison, Kans., who had been here for a wrnk visiting her aunt. Mis. J. 1^. Davis, left for St. Louis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Rankln have returned from St. Louis where '.hcv visited relatives. Mrs. S. K. Nelhery was confined co her rooni the first of the week )y Frank Adams of Pai'iigould, Ark., who Is leading the singing =ji a revival meeting at Braggadocio, was here Saturday visiting I Hev. and Mrs. William Huffman. [ Mr. Adams assisted in a meeting | 'u-re In February. The Y. W. A. of tlie Baptist church met at the home of Mrs. William Huffman Monday aftcr- nuoii. Mrs. Claudia Anderson was nppotnted personal service chafr- miin. Miss Ilattle Lois Randolph ', was In cliarce of tlie program, as : | sislecl by Misses Virginia Mc- j Donald, Anna Mae Khourle and I Margaret Myrlck. Virgil Garrelt has returned MT. CARMEL, Pa. (UP) — Dls- i from Jefferson City, where he at- ctjiisclale after tlie death of Anthony Mallnoskl, 15, MI. Cai'itnl Township hloli school student, an 18-yenr-nld dog, joined his nuslor by drowning in the "old swimmln? liole" wliftrc Ihey both had such good Limes last summer. Read Courier News Want Ads tended the Sophomore Pilgrimage, a project of the American Citizenship department of the Wo- mnn's Federated clubs. Virgil was chosen lo attend by the Sophomore class and tlic faculty o Haytl high school. Sophomore, from high schools throughout the state were in attendance. Supt, and Mrs. E. E. Simpson Jean and Mildred, and Mrs. Wil- i t.maiiin of ai"ilau< : c lie Chaffin of Carulliersville drove! to St. Louis Sunday to visit Mrs. ] Deweese's sister, Mrs; F. J. Him- i Miss Mildred will take the State Hoard of Beauty culture -lamination. 1o., was here Sunday visiting her loilier, Mrs. D, L. I.eSieur. Earl Martin, v;ho is attending iiacliita College at Arkadclphia, rk., was here over Ihe weekend falling his parents, Mr. and Mrs G. c. Martin. Miss Thelma Alexander, who is vorking at Slkcston, was here the weekend visiting rela- ivcs. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kohn of Monettc. Ark., were here Sunday •IsltfiiB Mr.<aml Mrs. Ben If. Barkovitz. Joe Kohn drove lo Memphis Sunday and brought' home his yife and young daughter, Fran- :es, who have been in tlie Baptist icspltal. Mrs. O. T. Martin left for St. Louis Monday. She will receive icatmcnt at the Jewish hospital or her eyes, following a recent operation. Rev. W. M. Huffman returned Saturday from Dexter where he tttcnded a ministers' conference. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Hopkins or ;iiaffee were here Sunday visiting Mrs. Hopkins' mother, Mr. D. B. Hayes, and n. N. Brasher and son Rodney. Miss Ilattle Herrel, who is working at Slkeston, was here over the weekend visiting hei parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Chits. Her rcl. Mines Arnold Tucker,' Dave Pillow, J. A. Clironister and Vic Sigler returned Friday from St Louis where Ihey attended (lie Mrs. Byron McKay of Caruth- { bile factory. u-s Miss Mary Sue Woo:l .spent th" week-end with her family in Au'!!:.= (:!. Cimrlcs Nic!io!s has accepted a josttlon in Dnroit !•> mi niitoino- was here Monday visiting i Mrs. Jlmm!? Snioihsrinan Mrs ler mother Mrs, Ruth Morgan. . Myrtle Boiirhind and Miss Louise ine Hayll Woman's Club will! Botirland were the guests of Mr meet April 12 w ilh Mrs. W. F. ! and Mrs.. Dick Watson Sunday. Each member is to bring an! "Doc" Harlan returned lo work enny .spring plant to exchange! today after a three week's absence j becauss of illness. Mrs, It. n. Robinson and family vilh another member. Keiscr Neivs Last Tuesday niglu Hie elevenlli ;rade of Ihe Keiser school. M H- „ ' el "te direction of Wilson Knight ml on an amateur night in the school Firsl, prize was won by in. 7, for a recitation arc leaving Long Bjacli. C:i!.. to- lay to I'Hnrn home. They plan to visit paints of interest along tlic loute and arrive l:omc in aboift hva •veeks. auditorium. Floyd Aiistl; Second prize Walton Kllboiirn""lwliK and played lliel companimeiils. Warren and | who sang ' own giillar ac- Tiiird prize was TERRY ABSTRACT & RKALTY CO. Abstracts, Lands & Loans E. M. Terry, Tres-andRtgr. Illythevllle, Art Phone 611 FOR SALE SOY I5EAN IIAV PLANTING si;i;i> STONEVILLK SA STONEVII.LK 4A 1st year from Stoncville Station 8 DOX. PURE BRED WHITE ROCK PULLETS Fresh Heifers with Small Calves H. C. Knappenberger D. 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