The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1937 · Page 2
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, PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS I'Social Calendar (THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs'~J. Louis Cherry entertaining Mid-week Bridge club. Town and Country Bridge club having fish fry at country home ot Mrs fc C. Langston, 1 pin Thursday Contract club meeting \\ilh Mrs John V. Lonli Bus(|)ess Women's circle, First MetluJdisl church, meeting at the it 7.30 pin C FRIDAYS EVENTS ' o. B. S. having Elated meeting. 7:30 M . Executive boarrt of Woman's club jiieetlng at clul) for lunch ;con, £ P. M., followed by mcct- iiij? ot civic and literary depart mcntj2'30 P M. Compliment* > At Hi t Bridge Luncheon., , Fm£ lavendar, and jellow tulips .in a crystal bowl made the attractive J£nterpiece used '.by ''Mrs. C • W. •• AJtllck when slie had Abridge ]unch£oii yesterday in honor of Mrs. -sfloslah Fort and Mrs. Don aid Gracey. of Clarks\ille, Tenn and Sirs. Otto Kochlfeky, of Co lumbttk Miss. Mrs. Forl, wlv formeViy lived hcic f nn<l Mrs Gracpy me guests of Mr. an Mrs .'Uoss D Hughes. Biul Mr.s kochiitzky, who also formcrl li\edt(hcre, Is visiting Mr. an Mrs ^Russell Phillips The" pastel shades were use Shroiffihout the springtime deco latious of the house and in Ihrccacoursc menu Cologne was awarded Mis R F. Khshnei foi the high score prizc^and each ~of> the^honorcd guests was piesenled a imillai gift. Tins was the, Jhst of moral inleiesling altails 'plamied k for lite visitors . ' J < . * * 3 t , Cemetery Ass'n. Hns A Meeting-. Members of the Maple Glovr Cemetery association made plans for improving the' cemetery tins summer ui a meeting Tuesday afternoon, nt the, home,of Mis. J. G Sudbury. It was decided lo ', have the mounds In the single grave section lowered in drcipr tbo,t the sexton may bsUcr'care Joi these iols. The (unit, lAcjcnlcd the croup hy Mrs R 8 Molt, \\as completed and this will be given away soon ; It was "announced lhat $1203 was iietlcd from the tag day l«ld election dnv, as is the custom Till? is Uie largest aihount' rccclvid in this w.ij in .1 nuinbci of \eai< and tile group plans ,to use it wisely In caring for J the cemetery. .The hostess" served Van'.ice course during Ihc . social; ,lioin'. v * -1 f lias Kunkiiij;. I'arlj'- A new Idea for ttie car Irnilut Vajlaec, or WiLson, Is being 'com- Hmcnted with a number of in- crtstln? social affairs at Wilson ince her return from a honey- noon. They were married Easter Sunday. Among lhc.se. alFuirs Is a formal ca being given this afternoon by Mrs. R. E. Lee Wilson, Mrs. R. U. Lee Wilson Jr., and Mrs. J. A •lenill at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ixic Wilson jr. Guests from here, btsideii Mrs. Williams, are Mrs. Eddie ncgcn and Mrs. Charles Crlggcr Jr. • • * Club Mcels Mrs. Hunter C. Sims used bowls of lilacs, tulips and narcissuses to decorate her living room when bhc had the Tuesday Bridge club for lunch and a card game. Mrs. J. Nick Thomas won Ilrsl and Mrs. C. R. Babcock, second high. tCntci laius Club The Young Matrons Bridge clul was entertained Tuesday afternooi by Mrs. Doyle Henderson whci she served a frozen salad plate with iced tea after the cim games. Mrs. Jesse l*aylor won the prliie, n set of ring molds. Bowls of tulips, Iris and splrca decorated her house. Ganlcn Club Metis Plans for the city wide beaut! flcation contest, announced lodaj was the princliml matter takei ip at the meeting of the lily Ihcvlllc Garden club Motidn light at Hie Chamber of Com ncrcc room in-.llie city hall. The commiltcc of Paul Crali, Jarry ^rcch. W. Haiues, Mrs. J. A Mrs. U H. Welch all mad Mrs. 13.. A. Lynch, which .he rules,for the'contest, will als Je in charge, of the project. It was decided thut for the nes meeting, to be held May 10, tlm the care of flowering plants an awns through the summer montl will be discussed by r|uestlons an answers In a panel discussing. Tlie first flower show, to > siibnspred by the .'..'clubi. was lei Iqlively set for 'Sliiiday aftenioo! June 13,. when' there Hvill be coi tests in all flowers in bloom that'time. J. Louis.Cherry, who' In charge ,of ths show,. \vi|l nan his committee''Inter, The 38 members, now curollc will be given novelty sprinklers they present their members!! cards at the local water office, was announced. These sprinkle me only for members of th group. The Improvement of comme cial sites in the city has be: noted by members of the cl who expressed llmntts to the o.w crs of the properties. These 1 elude John Miles Miller's Service station, the Phillips Motor Company's Used Cur lot, the Joyner E:\les Company's lot and. the grounds of the new Holt -Under- t. wllli Louis J. Cherry ar'rnng- thc plants, Hie matter of sponsoring u at the church t'riday night and to cooperate in the annual May breakfast, lield each year by the Wom- mpalgn in order to keep the an's Missionary Society, were made own town streets and alleys Sat a kneeling of the circles of the eancd was discussed at length I First Methodist church Monday af- nd something definite will be one soon as to conferring with ic city council regarding this, dub hopes lo have rnbblsl: Icrncon. All of tho groups had refreshments in tho social hours svhich followed the programs and business sessions. he ms placed at the corners; circle 1 met at the country home noughmit the business section \ of Mrs , c . c . i.angston when the ml on each Saturday to Imve 22 present included two new mein- oy Scouts and Cubs to patrol; |, e rs, Mrs. P. E. Jackson and Mrs. ic streets and urge people lo use L. v . nainia. Mrs. Horace w»l- WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1937 FLAPPER FANNY -<5QVhCA SERVICE. INC. T. M, fife y. 3. J>AT. Off. By Sylvia ie cans for trash, It also hopes o have cans placed In the alleys nd u regular route made for col- 'ctlng the trash. lushu'ss Women lutly l'*yclio]ogy . r Miss Winnie Virgil Turner gave lesson ou "Social Adjustment of "ear" nt a meeting of the Busi- ess and Professional Women's lub Monday night, at, the Hotel Voble, This us another of a" series f studies being given by hci 1 in a otir.se in psychology. Besides the 15 members there pole conducted the devotional and (he Bible lesson was given by Mrs, Jesse Taylor. A vote of sympathy was extended Mrs. Paul Ccaig, whose mother recently died. v Mrs. w. T. Oberst and. Mrs. Dwlght Bowcn entertained circle '2 at the Oberst home when the, 22 present Included a ucw ufember, Mrs. Evans Wclib, and a visitor, Mrs. J. Allen Webb of Wright,' City,' Mo,, who Is visiting relatives here, Prayers were said by Mrs. W. M, Taylor and Mrs, J. Allen Webb before the Bible lesson, was given by Mrs. A. B. Fairflcld. Mrs..Eci- vcve two guests present, Mrs, I win Jones, chairman, appointed a oliii F. Lent! and Miss Zola committee of Mrs. Farnsworth Black, Boweu, W. D. ' NtcClurkln and herself to assist in tile ban- MiicL Friday night. Circle 3 was entertained by Mrs. P. L. Husband and Mrs. Pat O'Bryant al the Hotel Noble when 17 members attended. Mrs! Harry Kirby gave the Bible study. Mrs. R. L. Gaines and Mrs. Allen Plckard were hostesses to circle 4 at the Gaines home when the 22 present included two new members. Mrs. Simpson and Mrs. Timothy. Mrs. Charles Alford gave the Bible study. Mrs. A. O. Hudson, president, of the society, was a visitor. frnfton. tart liulomcw-Oraha m Mr. and Mrs. Eail Graham an- louncc Ihc marriage; .of their laughter, Roberta, lo Joe B'nv- holomcw, son of Mrs. Louis Balard, of Manila. The marriage took place nt arthcLsvllle, Mo., on Sunday, March 28. Tlie attendants were Misses Norms Crowe and Maxinc Bcc- IIBII, and Bill Stemac and Tommy Warrluglon. • i .. Mr. and Mis. Bartholomew ,at- .eudcd the city High school whore liey were active in school affairs! Mr, Bartholomew Is now connected with the Ark-Mo Power 'a. • \ , CHAS. S. LEMONS Home FURNISHINGS Moderately Priced for your yard and porch GLIDER "I ihoiiglit the Jmicscs were living in the penthouse, Kaniiy." ; "They had to move—said tlicv were so poor they couktn't keep a rootun- i ilcr their fcQtl| - ' . • was the bunking parly given by | Inking company. It was also not- Frances Field,- daughlcr ot Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Field, Friday•. nighl. Seven friends of the lioslcss spent the nigln in the J P Hollands' trailer, parked In Uieir yard. lhat debris lu the old bayou, on Second slrcet, is being covered with dirt and the improvement of this spot may be undertaken next i yenr. They had radio music for en-! Plans were also announced for tertainmcnt and Saturdr,j ing the nine year old';girls cooked their own breakfast > in the trailer kitchenette. Mrs. Ed Williams' Is Honored.AL Tea, planting Japanese cherry trees around the lake al Walker park with Harry W. Halucs chairman of the committee lo arrange for the trees, which will be planted in the fall. The hospital grounds gradually be improved with Mrs. Ed Williams, of Armorei. members of Hie club coopcraling •who \VRS formcily Miss' Maxinc' with • Mlchncl Long, supevintend- FIRST WIRELESS Permanent Wave Machine In Blytheville EVERY WAVE Class; Has a Supper Meeting The Eiizellan Sunday School class, of the First Bapllst church had a supper meeting Friday night at the home of Mrs. Raymond SSachry. After supper there were contests and games before u biitf business session In which group captains and prayer partners were chosen. Mrs. Roy Head, teacher, 1 presented a handkerchief (o each of the 17 members present. - ~ » » > ^ Missionary Society Mccls A" report nn the missionary conference recently held ut Payette- vlllc, was given by Mrs. M. N. Johnston and Mrs. E. w. Potter at a meeting dr the Lake Street Missionary society Monday after- neon at the church. The meeting adjourned after a short business session presided over by Mrs. George Dislngei president. * • • Juniors Meet The Junior Missionary society of the Flrsl ChuVch of the Nav.a- rcne met Saturday a't the church. Mlllard Evans, president of the society, was In charge of the song service and business session. Miss Ruby Collier led the devotional. * * * Methodist Circles Slake Plans at Meetings. Plans to cooperate In the "Bishops' crusade" banquet to be held Bits of Mostly Personal Harvej Morris ind W J Pol- aid ittcnded a meeting of groups 1 and 2 of the Arkansas Insurance Agencies at Forrest - City-jester day Mr and Mis I Rosentlul and • Ml daughter M«s Frinciie visited" 1 J (n t allemoon for licr home in Hal- tlesbui-g,-Mtss., aflcr a two weeks stay with her bisler. Mrs. Samuel ?. Norris, and other relatives. Mrs. Edgar Bornm was removed Yom llic Blythcvillc hospital to ipr lionie loday. She is now im- iroving afler having been ill for almost two ~\vccks. Mrs. W. B. Tanner, of Helena, arrived today lo spend several days with her mother, Mrs. T. J. Mahan/aiid -family. - Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Alexander visited relatives of Mr. AHx- nnner at. West Wcniphis Tuesday night. . : ' F. B., Joyner. J. D. Wood and W. : V. -.Alexander attended the ball game at 'Memphis yesterday. Mrs.'H.: D.:Morton and children, of Las .Vegas; Nevada, are guests of Mr. : and • Mrs. ' J. L. Nabers. Mrs. Morton ; and . Mrs. Nabers * fare sisters '' " ;ihd Mrs. Geoi-ge M. Lee 6 Foot GLIDER Spring Seat 2 Cushions friends In Lepanto Sunday. to Hot Springs today to s'pcini "several days Mrs. Ralph Nichols and dauyli- ! M,. S . Tom Philliiis - is in • Wilson tci-, Martlva, are visiting relatives In Jonesboro today. ' : ''.': . Judge G. E. Keck and his court stcnoerapt^cr, Mrs. Bufprd Murray, will go to Marion Monday, where Judge Keck will conduct today as the guest, of her sister, Mrs. Ralph Robinson. Jack Finlcy Robinson and C. E are .'aitcntiing;. lo. business Joncshoro today. Mrs. J. H. Smotliorman row. She was stricken with spinal meningitis almost a year - ago. Mr. and Mrs.' B. B. Nalley, ot Hoi Springs, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Allen and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nally for the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. A. Knobeloch, formerly of here, are .at the Hotel Noble for several days. They have been in Florida and are now staying in Belleville, III., before going to California for an extended stay. Mrs. Lillie Sisk, who lias been quite' ill several weeks, Is now much improved. Mr. and Mis. U. -\V. Hartley had as their guests for (lie weekend, Mrs. Ray Jackson and daughter, Mrs. George Metaxis, and her two sons, Billy and Bobby, of Jonesboio, and Mrs. Gladys Hopgood and daughlers, Aileen and Sara, of Monettc.. Arthur Hyde and son's, Glcndon Hiul Lewis, of Tiplonvillc; Tenn., spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. Hyde's mother Mrs. John Hyde. Mr. and Mrs. Jimniic Wine, of Montana, and Mr. Fred Hyde and daughter .Violet. ;of Tinton- villc, Tenn:, spent Friday with Mrs., John Hyde. J Head 'Cufirler News Want Aos 195 5 Ft. Heavy Oak Glider 9' BETTER GLIDER With Coil Spring Seats and Six Loose Cushions 14 75 to Porch SWINGS . . . the civil division of circuit court, daughter, Miss Gladys, have gone Mrs. G. W. DiUahunty, Mrs. to Hlckman,. Ky., to spend several Rcnkcrt Wetcnkamp arid Mrs, 1 O. days\ as guests of Miss Lida ' E. Keck were In Memphis yes- -Maore. lerday. ' Mrs. . C. J. Cox v^Miss ' Anna Ricieuour. who has has. rolunicrttJJeoii 1 at the Crippled. Adult hos- ; ' . . from St. Louis where she bouglit ; jjltal in 'Memphis for the past stock for her shop. ! eight months* . be returned Mrs. ^Thomas W. Miller left-this to her home at Armorcl tomor- COMPLETED BEAUTY SERVICE Phone 10G MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP THE..JIACHINE W1LI, WAVE ANYTTYI'E OK HAIR- bleached, d> f ed, hennaed, or fine limp hair belter (han was ever possible with the old type, machines. And in addition livuro is not the slightest customer discomfort. A'O WIRES! NO'DANGEROUS KI.KCTKICITY! NO HARMFUL CHEMICALS! NO UURNINtt! We invite the ladies of Hlythcvillc to conic in and sec the machine and discuss their permanent "vuvc problems with us. The Nell & Minnie's licauly Shop brings to the ladies of Blythe v i 11 e, the first Wireless !'er- niauent Wave Mac h i n!c — T li c "HALUWEI.i, MINIT-ON" MINNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP WITH BOX SPRING TO f^ATCH Here is the fast wordiri fine mattress construction^-, this Eamous PERFECT SLEEPEfrmner-spring mat-) tress is SMOOTH.There w.enofitfts to destroyyour sleeping comfort or to catch.dirtand lint. No hills and valleys. No jumbled noisy springs..Come—sec for yourself. Visit our bedding department and let us show you its 10 points - of ; tuftless superiority.'_ 4 Foot" Oik Swings South Bioad\uv Blyllievill e, Ark. Telephone 92 :ONS Koine FURNISHINGS Moderately Priced Lawn GHA3 Folding Lawn CHAIRS Folding Rockers A sturdy rocker made of firm oak throughout „ . Rockerless Rocker 98c Oak Frame Folding Canvass Rockers: .'.'. : '•• ' A VI. Porch 4 x 7 Ft. Rice STRAW RUGS 98c 5 x 9 PORCH RUGS Extra heavy quality Lloy Spring Mit«l Outdoor CHAIRS White, Orange and Green $•795 JL 9 x 12 Ft. Walling RUGS $075 £JI

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