The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1937 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 20, 1937
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PAGB T\VO BLYTHEVILLE '(ARK.)" COURIER NEWS . APRIL 20,; 1337' ,' Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Jewish Aid meeting- at Temple Isiael, 8 P. M. Mrs. W. H. Mlnyard having Wednesday Bridge club. » Central P.-T. A. cxccftive board meeting 2:30 pm., to be followed by general meeting, 3 p.m. R.'.'A.'s meeting First Baptist church, 4 p.m. Church of Christ Bible study meeting with Mrs. J..W. Under, 2:30 p.m. "THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. Louis cherry ctitcrtnin ing Mid-Wcek Bridge elub. Town and Country Bridge club having fish fry al country home of Mrs. C. C. Lnngston, 1 pm. Thursday Contract club meeting with, MrsV John P. Lenll. Business Women's circle. First •Methodist church, meeting al the church, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS O. E. S. having stated meeting, 7:30 P. M. Executive board of Woman's club meeting - at club for lunch- jeon, 1 I>. M., followed by meeting of civic and literary department,' 2:30 P. M, FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia uwstnvicE.iNC. r.M.uc.u.lHf.Mr,- To ~,Kn Complimented At 'SociM Affairs Mrs. Josiflh Fort, of Clarksvillc, Tcnn., who formerly lived here, nnd> Mrs; Donald Gracey, also of that city, who arrived yesterday to t;e piesls of Mr. and Mrs. Ross D, Hughes .and other relatives of Mrs. Fort, ami Mrs. Otto Koch- tilzky, foimeily of here nnd now of boHimbus. Miss., who arrived Sunday for n visit with Mr. and Bits of News Mostly Personal "Drat it, l-'aimyl I jiliiHlcd iiicsc a monlii n^n ami imtlwiK's sprouted." ^ "Vou'rc :i real bpimiisl to believe all that jjccs dywn isbonuil to come lip." Mrs. Russell Phillips, share honors at a number of interesting social events,, this week. Both Mre. Koclitifzky and Mre. Fort were members of the Thursday, Luncheon club ami this group will; be Included in the affaire. Today 1 they are guests of honor r,t .'a bridge luncheon given by Mrs; C. W. Affllck. Tonight Mr. awt Mrs. .Byron Morse will -have n supper: parly. Wednesday -night,' Mr.* and -Mrs. Hughes will enter- talit with a dinner parly. Mrs. James H. Bell, another, sister, of Mrs. Fort, will have a bridge luncheon Thursday. Friday they wliV: be complimented with bridge luncheon planned by Mrs. Phillips. Mrs. .Fort was accompanied by her daughlei, Nancj, nnd Mr Kochtitzky; and , daughlei, Julin Wade, wlip. motomi Mn> Kocli Ut7ky,\np,^iiavc already returned horn c'.t She .plans ,to lea\e late Friday, ^l" ' ." Ba]]|is(<; Have The IlcyaVScruce 1'rojram Mrs John Buchanan WHS leadei of a program on "The French" nl the meeting of tlic Woimns Mis sionary Union of the lust Bap list rhurch Mondaj iftcrnoon al the church, when 58 attended Tills was'the "tegular monthly Royal Sen-ice sludj Mrs. VI. J. Rogers led tlic \olional -In which pra>crs were offered bv Mrs. W M Blaylock Mrs. W. E. Buchanan Mrs Alvin Huffman nnd Mrs Leslie Moore "The French in Review was discussed by the leicjer as a prc lude to these discussions: "Christianity in Fiance" Mrs. H. H. Brooks, "French Americans" Mrs. R. G. Cash: "One Woman's Vision" Mr; William Bcrryman; "A New Vision of .a New School"-Mrs. Kendall Berry; "A Neglected People" Miss Loullzzla Thompson Mrs. Russell Farr played a piano number and.'.Wynctte Shepherd nnd Bonnie Jean Buchanan snnj workers and others Interested In iniilding the church. Miss Luna B. Williclm will teach "Building a Standard Sunday School" and the Rev. Alfred Carpenter will conduct the class on "The Baptist People." This I be a conllmmlhm of the fcur year started a- year neo when 58 received diplomas. Those courses arc being held one week each year. * * * Jewish Women To Meet Urn'. The Jewish Aid society will liave a meeting Wednesday night, 0 o'clock, al IliB Temple Israel when Mrs. Louis Lnnsky and Mrs, Henry Lobcrg will be hostesses. Ncw'ocn-y Johnson, Mrs. J.,F. Patterson, Mrs. Ruth Ijnwlion' nnd Misses Ruby-fl Ashley and Olga Kotiry attcnitcd the O. 15. S. incel- Ing In Kcmielt week. Mrs. Oertrudc Nittlor. of Houston, Texas, Is lite giiesl of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Travis and oilier rein lives liorc tills week. Mrs. L. E. Cooper entertained the Study club of Slecle al hoi home in Cooler Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. M. T. Vlckery returned lo lidr home over the weekend aftci n visit with relatives in Trenton Tcnu. Word Mr. and Mrs. Earl O'Neal, of jittlc Rock, spent tlic week-end lerc as guests of Mrs, O'Neal'K urcuts. Mr. and Mrs. C. M luck, and family. Miss Dorinnc Coulter, who k (.tending Miss Wylle's School of Business at Memphis, spent the week-end at home. Mre. J. J. Field and daughters, Mrs. Charles Perry and Mrs j, p. Holland, were In-'Memphlb Sunday. Fnrris McCalla visited • in • Memphis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. U Thompsoi Jr., of Memphis, are guests - o Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thomp son; and family. Miss Donna Mny Sallba- ha. gone | to Manila, where she Is t manage a beauty shop, a posilloi she had some lime ago bcfor returning home. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. G. Hall nil Mrs. W. G. Wlckham arc In Mem pills today. Miss Alice Whllsitl and he nephew, Kusscll Campbell, spen Sunday In Joncsboro with rein tlte. Mrs. Snm Grimes and her. brother, Sam Hall, spenl yesterday in Memphis with their brother, Henry Tall, of Dyess, who Is critically 11 al (he riapUsl hospital.- Maurice and Erinan Lullrcll spenl the week end in St. Louis with their brothers, Bobble' 'niid -iivon. They were accompanied by Margaret ; Wi!der Luxora High School's Prettiest' LUXOHA, Ark.—Margaret Wild- r wits chosen Ihc prettiest -girl in ,uxora high school and Evelyn Mc- Danlel the "best all-round" in a ccent Who's who contest. Other results of. the contest: Most, handsome boy, Sam Mea- lovnj; neatejEt, Mike O'Keefe and >oggy silliman; best dressed, Mar- jarel, Wilder and Sam Meadows; vlttfcst, Evelyn and Edythc McDaniel and Preston Golf; mosl slu- llous, Louie Rodgcrs and Dorothy ricMurtry; best all-round boy, learl Leigh; cutest, Edward Wore- ey and Peggy Silliman; mosl lal- tilted, Earle Branlley and Dennis Voss; biggest sliclk, Sam Meadows; nost conceited. Vcniell Byrd and Sam Meadows; most sarcastic, Vcr- ncll Byrd and Cortrelt Stockton; xst sports, Evelyn McDaniel and licarl Leigh; best athletes, Evclyr McDaniel and Henri . Leigh; mosl versatile, Evelyn Meltaniel and Preston Goff; most jw'lte boy, Mike O'Keefe; sweetest girl, Nora Payne and Peggy silliman; best actress Vcrnell Byrd; best actor, Preston GofI; most popular, Martha Kate Bryant and Snm Meadows; happiest, Edythe McDanie! and W. T. Pillow. Manila Society — Personal Bluff, Mp., lias been the Misses Anna and Catherine Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hornet moved Monday to Blythevilie where Ihcy will te employed. Mr. Horner was a former employe of _, . . : King':; Cash store of Manila. The Woman'n Missionary society MrJ . „ M Flccnran am , Mrs met at Ihe church Friday after- U M Harrison of Manila, and noon with Mrs. I, R. Moblcy, Mr . F£Sic rjavkl „,, I!lack Wa , cr Vc turned Saturday from Payelte- ville where they attended a Woman's Missionary society confer- vicc-presldent, presiding In the absence of the president, Mrs. H. M. Fleeman. MIS. H. W. Cowan led tlic Woild Outlook program. The society will meft next Pi-ldny.. al the church with Jack Tlplon lending Die tins been received hen " Steele-Cooter ' Society t •Pcisonal Dr. -and Mrs. T. S. Cooper imd r a n d d a u g h t e r, Jnno Cooper, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. P. H, llial Fred Alexander, who Is nl tending Georgia. Tech al Atlanta Gil., Is very sick with tonsilltls He ims not yii. \'iOvl:!?d whctiic he will come home to ha : ,-? thc'n removed or have the operetta there. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Parks ji are 'spending tonight iu Memphis Bud Heath. Mre. Waller RoKcnllinl, Joo Isaacs and son, Louie, have mo'- tored to St. Louis for a brlcl buying trip. They plan to re r turn tomorrow. Lepanto Woman Hurt in Collision Sunday LEPANTO, Ark. — Mrs. W. C. Nawlin, wife of Magistrate W. C. Non'ltn, was critically injured Sunday when - the car which she was driving' collided with a car riven by Bill Pounds, Lcpanto outli. The cars collided as Mrs. owlin was attempting to cross ligliwny 40 In this city. She •as thrown through the window f the front door into a near-by ilcli. within 50"feel of. the home f her. daughter, Mrs. W. D. Hen- lerson'. She received cuts and Tiiises about her face and shoul- lers and possible fracture-of. the kull. She as given medical nt- fiHIon here by Dr. C. E. Bylcr md Dr. J. H. Jones and rushed .0 a Memphis hospital in J. E. viiivphy's ambulance. • !i:xip,ram on the new Bible sludy book, '"J'hc Radiant Heart." Tile - adults, youn™ people, nnd children of the Mcthodisl church presented an interesting program Sunday nlghl. Laymen gave talks and the young iicople presented a pageant on the Bishop's Cru-. fade.- They will present Hie same program at the St. John's Methodist church .Thursday night. ; * - * * Miss Neva liny Hudson' and Miss Mary Florence Dodd entertained with a going av,'ay party for Miss Wllma Aaron at the home 01' Miss Dodd Saturday night. Miss Aaron is leaving soon for Dallas, Tex., where she make her home. Jack Tiptou left. Sunday fnr Detroit, Midi., where he will be employed. Miss Amy Jackson of Poplar! dice, Mis. Kendall Berry and children of Blytheville spent Sunday with Mrs. Berry's .sister, Mrs. Myrtle Pearson. Buck Cherry is »:rio'usly il al his home here with acute Indigestion. . ', : ""Mrs!'"]?!!! Horiier~*nnd childm loft .Sunday for an extended visi with Mrs. Homer's mother a' Rulhm'ord, Tcnn. 1 Nelson Braiinum, player on the Manila- ball -team, is suffering from a broken',', arm, sustained vhen a ball hit hj s al - n , | n . t jamc Friday. He was taken to .he Blylheville hospital for Ireat- nent.' Miss Zora Miller of Horners- vllle, Mo., spent the week-end here visiting her parents, Mi- and Mrs. Ed Miller. Mrs. Charley Swain lias as her giicst her mother, Mrs. Hatlie Young of ilattlcsburi;. 1 MISS HUttl UllllCCK C.1 nnd Mr. and Mrs. M, c. Cr'ittcii- den of Blytheville «-ere Hie iruests Sunday of Miss Mnrtha Matthews. Miss Lorlnc Alston was a bust- vLsltor in Blytheville, Monday. ; MANILA. Ark. — Manila lilgli school entered three events In the district literary meet at Jonev boro• April-16 and won two places. Miss Martha Ann Whitely won second place for vocal solo. The Irio, consisting of Misses Ruby Grimes, Martha Whitely and Veda | McDonald, won third place: * Crystal Sweetemtwith uommo Refined 1 'inU&Ad Read Courier Hews Want Ads CaneSuda ••Tablets g Company ICrystallizedTi/ Adarxt Process' Mierriphis Pastor Will Address Civic Meeting OSCEOLA. Ark;—Dr. T. R Young, pastor of the. Kllewlld : prcs- byterian church,'Memphis, is 16 b: the guest speaker n't the nigh meeting and banquet of the ds Ceola Civic club lo be held Thurs- dny night nl Hie Conimunlty Club Hctisc, it was stated today by tin president, Welby Yojii?. ' ' Members of the ncwly'organizcc Lions club of Wilson mid about 2' additional representative_. men. fron the'south end of Ihc comity ni ; Cooper, arrived home over weekend from Ft. Myera, where they spent the -winter. attending a banquet fcr Chevrolet-J . ilenlers". ^ : Mr. and Mrs. Lois lived home over the after spending the winter in Ft. Myers, Fin. They were nccompan- lliilfcli Surlax Take High LONDON (UP)- A total of 85,- M9 men and women "in Great Bri- laln last year had, a combined income of $2,l21,li97,420 tween them paid more than $245.300.000 111 surtax to the'- treasury. The Inland Revenue Commission- STOP FOOT ACtffiS ; ' AND A HKPKliiSKNTATIVE FROM 1)H. SCUOLI/S Mli'ADQUARTKRS IN CHICAGO WILL BE IN OUR STORE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21st Learn from him how quickly and inexpensively you cnti obtain relief, from your foql trouble with the proper Dr. SchbllV Foot Comfort- Appliance or Remedy. There is no nci:d fcr you.- to sillier with a hurting coin. callcus. l)u::!on,'. weak or fallen arches. Get relief now. CIT Ever.Tthrng- For Tour Entertain-* . mcnl and Comfort TONiiM IS (Less State Tax) nsl week Miss Karline Damun ias called for the 575.00—Hut she vas not present—Making BANK DEI'OSIT Tonight S10B.OO! —ON THE SCRBBN— a duct with Mre. Farr piano. . . .. / at the Chrisluu Council 31.1s Luncheon Meeting. Members of the Woman's Cour. cil of the First Christian cliurcl Jiad a' "pot hick" luncheon nl In home of Mrs, Renkcrt Wctenkam After lunch "Fiddle Sticks" wn. played' with Mrs. j. c. Ellis; Mr Edwin Robinson, nnd Mrs. Ra Hall. winning prizes. . Daughter Born. The daughlir born to Mr. ... Mrs. Frank Wngner April -J lia Jiccn named PaLiy Louise. Mr Wagner and baby have been moved from the Blytheville ho to their home, 1303 . Ash street. To Have Study Course. ' There -sill be n study course the First Baptist church, btgil . ning tonight, and continuing ea night through this week at 7: o'clock, .for the-75, Sunday scho LISTEN! WE'RE FORCED TO Mrs. Joe Russell, who underwent an oncratloii In tlic Methodist hospital al Memphis Inst •cck, is getting along well nnd 11 be able to return home by e first of next wck. Her mother, rs. Ed Cricc. is with her. Mr. and Mrs. A. L! McUride id Mrs, L. C. Spencer spenl last cekend in Joiner, Ark,, as guests Mr. nnd Mrs. George Tinsley id other relatives. W. B. Ware of Stcele was tnkcn > the Blytheville hospital lasl cek for treatment. Mr. and Mre. R. E. L. Smith id Mr. and Mrs. Ode B. Smith lent last weekend with their nughtor'and sister in Lawrcncc- urg, Tcnn. • Miss Mnblc Hamlell of near tcclc lifts been ndmiUcd to the rfclhortist hospital in Memphis or treatment. Mrs. W. R. Turner was rclurn- d to her home in Stcele Sundaj rom the Methodist hospital «i riemphls where stie has been .fo lie pasl 'month. Sh- is now get Ing along well.. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. P. Howard Rev. nnd Mrs. M. A. Masscy nil'. Inlighlo'r. Mary Julia. Mrs. Willi Orau. Mrs. Sims Micbic, Mr; Ihc ;led Charles Dun- nf this Fin,,icity, who has been visiting there ' for the pasl two weeks. Mrs. Aubrey Shelton, who has been sick, is .very much improved. Miss Helen Mnrvcll has return- 1 home nficr a visit with rcln- vcs in Memphis. Fish Feast - - Every Friday Night A big plale of lish, IJnr-B-Q sauce, potato salad, buUcrat bread - Try a Bar-B-Q Satuiwich with vouv favorite beer. Msn Selected Slinrls •rs report reveals : that G9 persons ' had Incomes of m'ore -than :$500,- Good Sliues and Hosier} lo be special guests. , Around one hundred nre- expect Birds sleep in a great hlany wa>, ' Borne sleep on the water,' some standing up. nnd soma hanging uy their claws, using their stiff tails COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE riionc ion MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP Sivjtzcrlrirri lias 3038 mlics of i lilways. IOIM4NE- ISABEL J£\«LL EDUA8DO ClAriNEtll JANE BRYAN • aOSAUMO HAIOUIS-HAVO MtTHOI This Is National Ice Cream Week Here's A Real Treat For You! \lso" I'arainoiint News and Comedy Admission—Always 10 ,fc zee Malilircs I ; riday t Saturday, ,- every nijhl. I-'ritiay ami Sunday Matinees sknrl jjt 2:15. , Saturday ' Aln'lincc nl 1:15. /^ ALL FLAVORS ANGLE BATH modern INCLUDING I'OUTITNK'S SPECIAL SEE PAGE • 5 'WlURSMY Mirror-like Dance Sloor Dance Every Nile At The POODLE DOG South Slcclc, Mo. Highway (H Poodic Dog Cotton Kings ^Yeds. - Sal. - Sun. PINEAPPLE-PECAN ICE CREAM The Soutli's most famous Ice Cream will he one of onv features this season . . . Hundreds of our customers arc now calling for Fortune's regularly. Take. Home One of Fortunes' Poi>ii!(tr "Hostess Packages" RUSTIC IN: There Is A r « Substitute for Quality N o WOMEN iii the world more quickly recognise new style, new beauty and new values ttian our (own .American women, [flunks to their discriminating judgment America, has a nc\V, sensational batli —tlic 'S>tau<{ai'd" Nco-Anglc—and thousands of families-arc enjoying a new bulling thrill. ] You ically cannot appreciate all the exclusive features Of this square 'bath, until you see it. It has a full-size, roomy bathing compartment with convenient scats in two opposite comers that provide ever}' type of bathing. t. Your Mista Plumber can tell you the cost, explain time payments and recommend r j§tnutfnvcf' Plumbing 1'ixivircs lli.u match. He can furnish the skilled workman- • sliipso essential to satisfactory scrviccand health protection. Call your Master Plumber today and find out how little • it-will cost to have the Nco-Angle in your home. ..x>"« . .f..~£,ti<;~ ~. The '^Slstttfard*' N'co-Angle Bath, with scats in opposite corners, is a roomy full-size bith. "Life h too precious la endanger it life nl r tilling Phi m biiig to hinds other ibiin those best qr/alifwJ lo assure Health Protection — the Mister numbers." Z Adults Admitted': for'Trice of 1 Ail Children—lOc Ji GIH'i. M.ONE In the tlmdow o! tho taw..becauia she fcnew loo much tbou! .the i the mot in anighl-haurltcafe. PITTSBURGH, PA. P.'.. -innef AMERICA

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