The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1937 · Page 2
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PAGHTTOO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKIBR NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL Ciub Meets Mrs C. Tucker and Mrs, JVLI4 Vi * *uvn.«.» !«*•« ••*•-•• Joseph W. Parker Won Mn' thb budge game of the Town and CounUy 'club 1 'this Meek at, the home' ; of 'Kirs. Guthric King i yos- teidSy 'aftcmooii She sencd u salad plate after Ihe games Her '< house w\vs ; . decorated in wild phlox, • l -•> * * * Has 'Guests " ' Mrs. Fred Rutherford had two gues(i>,,>|!i£, T-,^G. ggal and Mis. E iJI'MiKon when she entertained {b£ Thursday Bridge club foi the iiisual atternoon party. , He/jjsubuibun home was docoi- ate((,)\ith apple blossoms, and iris frot!jj >her yard. IrtUhe games Mrs. U H. Moore ^onjjjosleiy foi the club prize and a t)«|dkcrchief went to Mrs. Ma£0)) 'Mi the guest prize. Tljjj | hostess* served a crab meat andtoiolc plato with Icefl tea. IM » « ' «' ' ml Son'ffiorn ^ A*[Jjn was bom this inonilng to Mr.iwlid Mre. Gcoi-gc, Shanks at thciH$ome, 104 Rose St TheV baby weljlsi nine iwiindi, > ,i.j . . . Daijjjjtcr Born. •» A*'Saughter was.born Apill l, lo Prjjjjnd Mrs J, Q T Samuels, of Hic}vn|r,i;, Ky The baby has been : iiainua Shirley Ann;'Mrs. Samuels \\8jlfbrnfcrly Mlbs Ola.Mae John- £onj]w Blylhcville ai;d Memphis. WWW«rBR^tS*«Ur' '••-•', club Tuesday sp^yiat, Mrj.• P.; A:; Laslcy, formerly of here and now of. LiUh,"Rbcll,; might' attend; Mrs. Lasley, who was Ihe giiest of Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Iloucly'ns, returned home, .yesterday, • The pflrly \vas:(il the Rustic Inn, where ihc sucsls .were served a Etcuk liincli before the card eame,s. < Mi's., Houchlns won the club award.and Mrs, Laslcy was presented a gift. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mis; Cora l.ce Colcninn ami Marjoilc Stevens have: gone to ctt- tle Rock for the weekend as guests ot Mrs. Howard proctor nnd family. While there Miss Colcmnn will attend .th? .luncheon mc'Hlnj; of (he state ironic Economics Association. ' ' • ' "'-" "• Wice'.'Jncksoil Young U spending the weekend in Little Rock. II. G. Partlow and 1 children, an; Qulncy Oliver Alexnndcr, attended to ^business In Parafjouid Wednesday." '.' ^ and Mrs.- Kay Ambs. ol St. iicr Horn. .aughter was born Friday, to Mr..*and'-Mrs. J. T. Si 502 N 51)1 slrcet The bnby hasijnot jet beei) named itjj j . . lln^uests at Club. Afre J. A Leech had Mrs Hairy Klrufc and Mrs Hunter C Sims as herjjjrticsts when she entertained thcjfl'liursday Luncheon club. Ijtj eight " players were served lumgjj In the dining room which wa^Jdecoiated In spring flowers. Itilthc. bridge gnmcs Mrs. Ross on high anrt Mrs. R. . D jllughes v P Jtf^rshncr, second high U. •• , C. to TlSo Elliott Fletcher chapter of the'fenfted Daughters of the Con-. fedM()cy will have a business mcet- ingiljonighl, 7!30,o'cl9Ck ] a.t;-thf hoiMJof the president, Mis Cliarles AlfMj) I il ^i ' ' im&Weck Club • srcHs Tucsdaj. ij^jead of Uie ' \lsual ihrty on Thwjsday, Mrs, .A. .13. pah-field en- tcr^jncd the Mld-\Veek Bridge ter, Miss^la Mae Garling'ton. She In the cily Tuesday. Ed '.is'.: Joi)es, who- has been ill three months, wns slightly Worse yesterday but today Is resting very well. Jim P. Harwell and son, Fiilmoie. will-go to Corinth. Ml*s.,' tomorrow where Fulmore is to visit Mr. Harwell's slEter. Mrs. W, II. jitoin, for several weeks. Mr. Harwell will re- turji the. following day. ' Mr. and Mrs. Joe ' Pride jr., of Memphis, have arrived here to be stationed .for a short, lime. Mr. Pride is with the U. 3. Engineers out of (he Memphis office. , air; and':-Mrs. Oliver-, W. Col>V pcdge, were in Memphis .yesterday. Mrs. nicy MeAdams Is' In Jonc's- boro today, accompanying her daughter, Miss Jane, Miss Virginia Little and Miss Aniln Fay Beck, lo the district literary meet of '.senior high -schools. Morris i Zellner Is a patient at the Eye,' 'Ear, Nose nnd Throat hospital of Memphis. Miss-'KathoYiiie Davis, of Amory Miss., is the (jue.it of Miss Warrenc, Brownlce. '; 'Mrs. c. ,'L. " Wylic Is in ', MenVphib with her ' mother, from' 1 Arkadcl- phifi, who is undergoing .1111 examination Hhc're. ' " " : Mrs.-n-. E.-'aitrltiifton, ot Scar- cy,,-Ark.,.-.ls the '^ucsl-'of .her sister Mrs. B. A. Lynch, and her, tlaugh- Wednesday, accompanied! >y Mrs. Lynch, who had been with icr since Sunday. i ,-'. '. Mis. C. W. Artlfck Is In" Joncs- joro - toddy, havlngl ftccqnVpaiiled' icr diiiiBhter, Miss, Mary Jeanne, ,o the district literary meet of scn- or high schools. , Bob Ul.lman, .of St. Louis, attended to business here yesterday., J, P. Holland and"J..T. Sudbury motored to Hopklnsvlllc, Ky., to- <luy. Upon their return they will be accompanied by Mr. 'Holland's grandfather, J. C; Thurmond,.who will visit here (or a-short'tims. Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Burnett and daug'.iur, liillle Marls, and Mrs 15. H. Smith were In Memphis yestcrdny. The Uev. Alfred Carpenter wll! relurn Monday from DeWItt, Ark., 'where he has been ''conducting an 'evangelistic meeting at the Bap- lij-t church. Mr. and .Mrs, T. S. Sehree, ol Tcxnrknna, linve arrived here to mnke thoir home and are at present residing at the home of Mrs. Jennie Crnlg. Mr. Scbrce Is connected with the Butane Gr.s Co. pupha Patsy Crlncr)' Infan dnughler of Mr. and Mrs. J. C Jrlner, has besn brought home from llic Memphis Methodist hos- l>ltnl, where she has been In aj Incubator sinccr . hcj- bli^lh tw jnonlbs ago. Her condllloti'ts vcrj »6od. Her mother, w)io waS'brough home several weeks ago, |s slowlj Improving. Mrs. Edgar Dorum, wh'Q.was lak en III Friday, Is slightly improve today, but will have to remain ,1 bed for at least another week an no coniuauy lias been rctiuested lo a few days. , , . Herman Cnrvill, of Helena, -was the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. Louis larman Taylor and children, Susie ivi Billy Wayne, returned ycstcr- ay from Dyersbur?, -wJicrc they Isltcd Jor 11 few days, Osceola Society — Personal Mre, T- P. Florida Knlcrtalns. The largest social affajr of the week was the bridge lunchcoii given 'esterday by Mrs. T. P. Florida at ipr suburban home, There were 52 guests for lunch. A green and yellow color scheme was carried )i|t In the decorations of the three .purse menu s;rved.,:TJ)e'lace. pov- fred dining room table'liad a ceri- Chcrry, and Mr. Cherry, overnight. Mr. and Mrs, perry Bar'ber arc jn pociihontas. Ark.,"for (en days while Mr. Barber Is attending to! business. ' ' r: "' ! ••',-' \ Mrs. R. C. nent, of CaruUisrs- vllle, was Hie jjjicst of Mrs. G. W. DIllalHinty today. • ;Mrs. Vernpn Thomasspn.lcft this morning for her home In Louisville, ky,, after.,s|iendln«; two weeks with her 1 parents', ; Mr.'and Mrs. W. E. Gillssple. .Mrs. J. W. Adams, Mrs, Vernon Thomasson of Louisville, Ky., Mrs. ^* COMPLETE"" BEAUTY SERVICE Phono 10B. i- 1 MARGARET'S ...BEAUTY SHOP Week End Specials On Groujis of Spring: ' and Summer"' Dresses Crepes. Sheers, Chill' 1 ens. mid Wash l'rl«ls. : ?l»,35 lo 5M.15 numbfrs- these values. $4.98 $5.98 ami *G,9B p SI'EClAl, $1.19 lo S1.50 values. Silk, C'rcpc, anil Satin- 98c $1.09 and $1.19 llc.iufiful shipments of Dresses,- Millinery, ami Accessories arriving d»Uy. ' •-,•.,• \ .'\ \ • i A Small 'Deposit' ' ' llcqulrcil. THE NE^ ECONOMY Y \ SHOP ' Ingrain Klilff. l'lionc!)5i terploce of a sliver basket filled' with narcissus.and freezla, flanked with ycilow tapsrs In crystal holders. Trere were ten tables of bridge with the seven prizes awarded lo Mrs. W, K. Dj'css, Mrs. M. E.. Pope, Mrs. E. B. Driver, Mrs. GoJ-i frcy White, Mrs, D. S. Laney, Mrs. Hale Carlisle, and Mrs. Jesse rown, of Luxora. Out of tnv,n guests were Mrs. art Uzzell, of Pecan Point, Mrs. liarJIne u»ell Rowland, of Msm- hls, and Mrs.- Brown. * * • . las Guctfs at Club. Mrs. Claud Perrln entertained 1C ucsts at a bridge luncheon for her ub party when out of town gucsls •ere: Mrs. P. B. Joyncr, Mrs. John '. Lenll, Mis. J. p. wide and Mrs. V. V. Alexander, ol Blythevlll", nd Mrs. Delva Martin, of Ken- elt. Mo, The Interior of the ancestral Amines home, with Its long sluit- ercd windows opening on wide ve- andas, 1U crysta; chandeliers and look-lined walls, mads an atlracl- vf setting for the japonlca nnd 1937 Iris which decoraleci Ihe rooms. Individual .vases'of violets marked the places at the dining tabb. The club prize, u wiouj'nt iron flower stand, went to Mrs, Divighl H. Blackwccd. Mrs. Martin Won high score among the guests and was given a beverage set, and Ihe cut prize, a wall vase, went to Mrs. H. C. Bryan. * • • Mr. and Mrs. Edward Segraves nave had as their guests this week, Mr. Segraves 1 sister, Mrs. C. E. Crabtree, and Mr. Crabtree, of Avon 1 ark, Pla,, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Crabtree, of Stevenson, Ala. Mrs. Edward Crablree will rsmaln for another week with Mr. and Mrs. • Taylor Segraves, at their home near Burdetle. Miss Elcctra Buck was brought home yesterday from Mempnis where she underwent an opsration I for appendicitis at 'the Methodist hospital ten davs ago. Her brotber- in-Jaw, w, V,,Alexander, of BJythc- ville, accompanied her home. George H. Deer and Philip Deer, superintendent of the Whitton school, arc in Little Rock on business. Planting rice^y', airplane Is now an eslablished : practice in u. B, Sweeten it with Domino pure cane-clean-full weight ^ Jl's time To Stan Thinking of White es Plelmed helq^ aie fiU new model: it |>0jiulru prices. We ha\o miuij other shies In Rjlhin Slcpb Bice O'Nell, and Foot-Saver thai' wil ippeal to jou i A .Rythm-Stcp style and. you may .select, 1 it in white calf,; luggage tan calf or grey i!6.75 • luggage bucko." TT T"M"Dr\ TO JUM15UIS The World's Finest Bread FREE! 100 Show Tickets " 5 Pali: ;BaU-Peai;ing Roller Skates 10 Electric Toasters 10 Baseball Bats •3,0 Good Base ;Balls First 100 kjds;tp : bi;j'rig'.one Jumbo Bread Wrapper to our bakery will receive .a-free show ; t'icket to the Roxy theater. :' First 20 : boys to bring 50 Jumbo Bread Wrappers to our 'bakery will receive "one ball -or bat free; ------ — - ...... -.'...' '/•[ :• • '.••;.: -, •: 'T '.' "[,--,-.• ' ' ' ''-" First 10 ladies to bring 50 Jumbo Bread Wrappers to our bakery will recejye one electric bread toaster free. ' '•,-/• • First 5 boysVor girls Bringing- ..50!' Jumbo B^ead Wrappers to our bakery will receive one pair ball bearing- roller skates free. • A hlgh-throalcd strap of, ( . cool, comfortable Suva cloth. ,; ^Created by Rytbiu-Step. ' S6.75 f PANDA \KT S ^TT^U VV AiL^ri 'OIDT'^T'C' PRIZES Ask Your Grocer For It's-, new...it's daring...it's j smart...this unusual strap of white Florida cloth. ARythm- . Step-.style. $6.75" A ,'smart pump with white j Florida cloth ramp and white count.tr. Baking Co. All attractive lie of white Florida cloth with while kici trim, medium heel. 81.95 Good Shoes and Hosiery maybe it's not what you ate . . . your mattress that kea$s you awake Why can't you relax and just "drop, off" 7to- sleep? Is ' ; it nerves? Worry? Is it something- you ate or drank? It's more likely to be your mattress. F,very night thousands of people-battle with their mattresses. 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