The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1937 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 15, 1937
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PAGE JTWO, COURIER NEWS. THURSDAY, 'APRIL IS, - Social I Calendar, r; ^ rRID AY'S' EVKNTS! lU Music ' depwfinent of Women's clift meewig 'al club lious<\ 3 p m golden Rule Sunday School class, Kirst Christian church, meeting with Mrs Ru-aell Phillips) 7.35 P- M t ,', '" • '' - ' Buzelmh Sunday School class. First Baptist church, having sup- )ic£ meeting at home of Mrs. ntvomond Zncliry. ; 7 P. M, I>.;j, O , Marion and Mis : entertained r£ of the p E O at a luncheon inwting jesteldaj at tlic Mnlvan liujlie IIic n present were scAcd »C tables decorated in spring flowers. A~-guest Was Mrs. P. A. Lijjlcs of Little Rock, wl\o is \uating Mi and Mi's H T-f Hmichms and ^ho_ formerly lived *ricv lunch side lights of Hie st&e convention, which met here week were gUen by the dele in an informal discussion. Club Jh}>?(a» ^ , Bito'rs to Meeting I t. i i\ Erisilors are Invited tb hear Uic pwgrnirf of-the Music Dcpaitmen ofithe Woman's club Friday alter nflbn. 3 o'clock, at the club house when 'Light Opcfn 'Will be. Hi t*nic Mrs Russell Fan is Icidci 3>trs K D Man tlie nevUv cl ctfecl president, Aiill preside Vq ti( solos \vill be ,Kl\eji bj Mr OKiiIes Blight Mrs Joe O Tjieschman Mis J P Friend nn ijfs Paul L Tlpton Mrs Gcoie I* Hunt will Y>!a5 ft piano mini Bonnie Jeanne Buclmnnii wl rtblin solo, and a. specia ftture will be a violin trio mini b\ Mrs gtuart i H Snlino . Rives i All'efX.-Jirtd Bonn lanne Buchansji. ,,Mrs. P. B Jftjner Mrs Murfay Small ar MYs. J. T. HRll will be nccon rfntsts ,' ! ) \ ) *Mrs C H"\Villcy 'find Mr 'Ifleschni-Ui me Bits of News Mostly Personal Cdccr up baby—I didn't hjue silk hose until I was grown, cither.' "\Vcll, I think it's silly not to be able to wear them until my skirts arc loo U/njj to sliow 'c'" -''.'•" r Ha\e ccj , •Mrs Donald mrlrf of. Osceola ll present some of^hei Bl>thc le pupils some o^ in a ' piUl lio program lowed. Mrs. James H. Bell woii 1 iilgli and Mrs':-W.'A.l\ffliclv,.sec- Mid 'high, :' Jnvisli \Vonicn Make rliuis • Plans for future, activities were'- taken up at a meeting of the" Jewish Aid last nlsshl at the Tciii-. pic Israel when IMrs. I. nosenthar ind Mii Wolf'AHiih' were host-' «v«es Meinbers jircsenl -Included Mrs. William'- Boi'bwsky mid Mrs. Max- Dorowsky, of .Mnnlln. In making" plans', -for raising money for Uie (cniplc, each mcin- prcscnt pledged herself to romc kiiul. with the proceeds to I given lo this fund. "• • Plans were also made lor I! confirmation program to be give IVhiy 19. It was decided lo 1mvo aliolh meeting nest Wednesday nig and it will be announced : lal whether there will be a soc hour. Memphis Couple United in Ceremony at Osceola OSCEOLA, Ark.—A t|iilH home cdtiiiK; of beautiful simplicity was thai, of Mrs. Lcnora Clilsm Jacobs of Memphis, sister of Mrs. Prank D',miiry, and (Stanley McPwsll, also of Memphis, which was sol- cninlml lasl evening, al six o'clock :il tlic nulancy homo on Hale avenue with Hie Ilov. E. L. Cole, pastor of the Baptist church, reading tlie ring service in the presence ol members ol both families.'. The decorations conformed -with His simple dignity of the fiervice. A pink «r:d green color scheme was Accentuate:! In the pink gladioli in wicker floor baskets and giant jialms which marked tlie pluce of he ceremony. The mantel, hiink- In greenery,- hold burning, cart- es In silver candelabra. Pink car- lions were used clscwhcr6 in the lug and dining rooms. The bride <™re n spring suit in IIPU- s'ade of blue \vith acces- rlcs of rnivy blue and n shouldei orsngc of gardenias and vallc; ics. • • • Following the ceremony, tile bri- al party livcluding Uic groom's lolher, Mrs. Stanley ' McDowell, nd Mr. and Mrs. Don Richards f Memphis, and the bride's molh- r, Mrs. Mary C. Chlsin. w r crc ciin- cr Biicsls of 'Mr. and Mrs. t)u- aney. Tlie bi'iilc is a graduate ,of •Issippi Stab College for Women. Columbus, and taught for several years In Mississippi Ml'. McDowell is pnst grand master of.the Masonic lodge In Tennessee and is %idav afternoon, 4:15, o'clock, at Alc.Iiom'c of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. .Bsner 1101 West Main SI , . •iPupils pirtlcipitlng yill ^bc Maijone Stevens Man L6ir aild' Sira Grace Joyner, Martha Frances SM-ejis 1 June,'Woiknrtiu Utah" ees Shouse . Betty Phillips Mavj t ith Puckett Billy Jane Rogers 1 ; l\n Reldmaf! Jeltic Clalic iffman, Mary Lynn Bean, Rob- Srta Flounai), Anal ind Philip *" ' Ruth Tiddison Mildred Mr. and Mrs. Carney Mslie have returned from Brinkley, Ark., where they spent tlic weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Iluddlcston, , Mrs. James ' D. Bnrksdale and son, James, have gone to Mississippi on a brief business trip. Mrs. Harmon Taylor and son, Billy Wayne, have gone to Dyersburg, Trnn., to spend several days wllh Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lee Siiiic Taylor went over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Osborn, who spent the day here. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams have returned from a honeymoon spcni in Florida and are living at the Armorel hotel' until their cottage t Armorel Is remodeled. Before icr marriage Easter Siihday Mrs Wiljlams was Mks Maxine Wallace', of Wilson. : Mrs. George \V, Pylcs, of Para gould, is the guest ol Mrs! A. M Butt and family today. Harold Steinfcld, of SI, Lou!: attended to busiiirss liere yeb terday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse' H. Wc'oi of Earle, visited friends here ye. 1 terday, Mrs, Joe LHzcL'elncr is oluirjhia. Mo., with Mr. Lllzcl-1 Iner but wjll return here Monay to be with her parents. Dr. nd Mrs. s. p. Martin, before olng to ColumVa lo live. They ad been residing in Washington, i. C. Their son, Joe, remained Ith his grandparents. Mrs.. Bob Chiles and son, Bobic, of Dycss, are visiting Mi's, ihile.s' sister, Mrs. Harry Weid- lan, and family. Ray Jackson will leave lomor- ow for New York City for a ricf stay before ..going to Columns, Ga., on business, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Meyers pent yesterday In Memphis. Judge G. E. Keck and his court tcnographer. Mrs. Bulford Muray, liavc! returned from Wynne, where Ihcy were In court. Harris ttraughn, of Sikcston iccoinpanlcd by Earl Crowell, ol ?ortagc"vlllc, attended to business :itre yesterday. Ralpli Adams is transacting business in Little Rock. Mrs. S. S. Stcrnbcrg and son Harold, have moved to the Wau apartments,' 1114 West Ash street after having sold their house a 918 W. Maiii street, Mrs. George M. Loc was i: Memphis Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Penn spent yes terday in Memphis. L,loyd Adcock, who formerly Ih cd here and who is u brother o Mrs. H. P. Willingham, has mov cd to Clinton, Okla., where 1 soil 'agronomist, In con-Nonage. Tlic couple was attcihkxl with the soil conservation by Mrs. Royal'Sanclerb, the fonner { i.'He had been a member Miss Lucille While.!,' < • i faculty of the Cameron The bride Is the daughter of Mr. of Agriculture at Lawton, D nd Mrs. O. M. Kclley oi'thVcity kla. He was accompanied by. S | lc was graduatcji from the local '?; A °f ock ; . I high school with ; ..the class'of i03i Harold Sternfcerg returned !ast ia nd later spsnt several months in iBhl from several days stay in nurses' training at the Memphis ot Springs. His mother,, Mrs. > Methodist, -hospital, she'has since ' i, S. Steinberg, met him in been employed in the offices of Or lomphis. - -- - - . :. Miss Allycc Nelson attended the meral of Crittenden Currle held eslerday, at Cniwfordsville. Mr. urrle had visited here a number f times as the guest. of. Miss kelson. Miss Hazel Linsman, hostess of lie local tourist service, went to 'exarkana, where she will joiii he AAA Tourist party which will irrivc .here Saturday night for an overnight stop after spending a reek louring Arkansas. J. B. Liitcn and the late Dr. T: J. Collins, . Mr. Cade, the 1 son "ol Mr! and Mrs. W. B. -Cade of Marianna, Ark., Is employed by the U. S. Engineers. Until recently lie had been stationed at Blythevillci but im : mediately following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Cade lefl for Mem- . . phis. where he now. is to be stationed ' Miss Daphern Kelley Bride of J. W. Cade CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. — Announcement is being made here of the marriage of Miss Daphern Kel- Icy of this city and Mr. J. W Cade of Blythevitlc, Ark,, and Memphis. The ceremony took place at Haytl. Mo., Monday evening, th< Rev. Huffman, pastor of the Firsi Baptist church there, reading the single ring ceremony at the p'ar- liavc a small uencflt affair of player here. HONOLULU IUPI — A -musical census 1ms developed the fact tluvt one person out of every 10 In this city ploys a band instrument. Nevertheless, the first', .Eiigiisli horn, -'or ohne, hns f .just .found :.a widely known as a musician^ i.ind organist. After a brldn! trip to New Orleans ahd other .-ioutliern paints Mr. and Mi's. McDowell will be al home ! in the SI. Regis apartineiils on I Poplar avenue, Memphis, where Mr. McDowell is' an executive ol the | Memphis Sleam Laundry. : •"•COMPLETE" 0 BEAUTY SERVICE I'honc me MARGARET.'S, BEAUTY SWISS BEAUTIES Ot</MMi/y $ 3.95 Brought to you through a lucky stroke at Clothes Weathers and .Hnrry Ray Brooks. *i * f • • K * Spn iiorn SMI" and Mrs ChnUes r Spiih ier o^ fhS DriTCr''OroVe coinmun- t announce,the.bntli of -\ son >t Sunday." The ' baby weighed" V pounds ami lias been named Harold Fi-ankhn 11 . i / — * ' " Cosne.l \\ M S. , r & 7 i as (Meeting ^Members of the Oosnell Wo Hen's MKitonarv Socletj met al the Gosnell church Wcdnesdnj afternoon iMri, J H Great led 5 prayer ands the devotional study K>llowed In addition to the mem- rtrs there was oric \isltor, Mrs g B BeUll Club Hat. Guesf 2Mrs. Ross D. Hughes'was guesl 9f Mrs. Hairj- Klrby when-slfe entertained -the. Wednesday Bridge {lub. She served lunch in the din- i£g roorn^hich was decorated In ftiapdragons " lupfns -\aa t la\erjdcr ^In tht 'card sanies which fol TO WEAR FOR THOSE WARM DAYS AHEAD! Hats- Nc\v shipments of -lad it's' htrgc .-br^r-.'-liCgliorns, Off- Ihc-fate ' and Turbans- in j\1ilnn Sfntws .and/Felts. AM shades to match' yotiv ontlit. Very suitable for graduation. Prices range from - . 98c - n,93 A SALE OF Women's Spring Slippers In Kid, Pntcnl,. (liibirr- dinc ,and fjucde BlacK, blue, KIM, <ind brown. Cuban and liiglj, heels, i'timps,' Straps, and 'licb "" * Al BHOKBN LOTS $215 Values Dresses for Spring and Early Summer A large selection of silk printed crepesjaritT solid color dresses just received in t he ' latest style's and shades at popular price- 4 *. n. ODDS and ENDS Sizes V/2 to 5 f WHITE SLIPPERS In the $1.45 to $3.45 6. C. GANSKE Priced al Hcautiful Ihrec-piece units "iind coat. KXTUA Sl'BCIAL Pan's Fashioned WOHL Perfect-Fitting Shoes In reds and whiles for street and sport > wear .. Across the Street from Ritz Theater Read Courier News Want Ads rens Colds S.MV , . .Best treated '' 13 " tl ~^~^ without dosing." ^^VICKS » VApoRuo Everything For Tour Entertainment and Comfort ' Last Time 'Waikiki Wedding 1 With Bins (Jrosb.vy Hob'Hums, RilS'e, Shirley Ross,, Barbierj'.'TJicf. .Efieli'-' son and Grady Sutfon Also raramoun't...Ne;ys!. t'ictoriiil ami' Comedy .' . j ., —Admission— '" Maliiice—10'-& 26c NiEht—tij K 3Cc : '••' Friday-;Pa! Night Z'Adults Admitted for Price of 1 t KTF. ^ Ht&gjmajLi^M^i Fast ana reckless romance as (fiey reach the preacher two jumps ahead of the cops I Linen Suits and Linen Sport Dresses Imported I'tive l.inen Suits with short and long sltevis . . . thoroughly pre-slmmk . » $ 3.98 ONK KACK M1SSKS' MNKNK S\J1TS . .skirl, blouse. n.98 Come tohal happens when a'single nfa/i has~ A Larrj.e Assortment of Ladies & Misses Sandals In red, pink, while, blue ;ind ''v'eHow • • iC- , Cot Ion goods nre soaring! Bui we pulled a Sherlock Holmes and , found a muimfaclurer who had seen Ihc price jump coming and was all prepared, with a high style group of tied dot Swisses. . We've pictured four, hut a rafl of i others await'One and two piece with Duluiatiau • embroideries, Oriental cuff collars, Irish crochet, rick rack, etc. UfowiJ, wine, copeu, iiHvy, ' bottle grccu, lavender, white wilb. colored dots. 12 lo 20; 38 to 44. It's a real. Swiss Holiday, Come.celcbralc with us. '•'-.>• Oilier Queen Make Dresses $1.98 lo $12.75 New York S tore TUESDAY, A!>RIi; : 20— $100.0(1 HANK NIGHT! (Less Stale'.Tax) Admission—Always 10 .fc 26t; : : j lyiatinccs Friday, Saturday, Sundijr 5. SIiow. ; cvcrj- niglil., Friday and K Sunday Matinees slhrf at 2:15. Saturday Matinee at 1:15. " Last Time Z Adults Admitted for Trice nf il § i^ i:

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