The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 22, 1937
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SAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS- APRIL 22, 1037 Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs nusscll Phillips having .bridge luncheon O B 8 hating staled meeting, 7:30 P. At. Executive board of • Woman's club meeting at club for lunch- .eon, 1 P. .M., followed by meeting of civic and 'literary, department, 2.30 P M ' SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. A. G. Little having bridge luncheon. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Visitors Complimented at Iluffct Supper Tarty. Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Hughes had 25 guests for an Informal supper parly last night compliinentig their housegnesls, Mrs. Josiah Port anfl Mrs. Donald Graccy, of clarks- ville, Tenn., Mrs. OUo Kochtllzky ofiColumbus. Mks;. and Mrs. W B ,Tanner v of Helena, who anhcd yeslerday to "be here for other nf- fairs being given this week for these guests. The dining room table hail a centerpiece of all colors of snapdragons and tulips in a silver bo\vl, flnflked with tapers in silver holders, and bouquets of iris, tulips and lilacs were informally arranged .abput the entire lower floor In the card games which followed, Mrs. James H. Bell won thq high score prize'and each of tha four honored guests was presented a gift, ( ...».* * District. Officer Will Visit Here. Mrs. Flossie Barnes of Lepnrtlo,- district deputy grand lecturer of tho ;l5tlV district of the Order of Hid Eastern Star, will-pay her of- ficfiil visit to Ihe Blylhcville chapter Friday night when members of the Lcpanto chapter will also •be/,guests of honor. A social meeting will follow Mrs. Barnes' .address, , Members of Ibc local chapter are being urged to attend. Jcnitli Aid Society makes Plans at Mcclmi;. Plans for making money ucie Uie featurD : dlsciissioris ixt the meeting of the Jewish Aid societ) last night at the Temple Isiacl when Mrs Louis Lansky and Mrs Henry,'Loberg were hostesses. 11 was decided to have a benefit .party'at-the home of Mrs. Max Uorowskv, of Manila, Sumla> night, when Mrs William Boro\\sk's, Mis Lobeig..nud Mrs Walter Rosjntrml will assist %er as hostesses % Plans 'ware also made foi 'l,he.\ bdnent,'sl)ov lo^ be held' at Osccoin Thursday, May 6, with Miss Emma cdx cooperating in the project. Al that time '"riic King and the Chorus : Girl" will be shown at the theater. Rabbi Maurice Lyons gave a reading, .'Tribute lo Women" after - the business .session Refreshments were served during the social hour lo the 20 pressnt who' included Mrs. Joe G. Swutz of.-St. Louis, who is vislling her father, Harry Miller, at Osceoln. Mrs. Meyer.Nuddleman of Bonue Terre, Mo and Miss Sjhiu Levil? of Harrisburg, Pa., who are honse- guests of Mr .and Mrs. Ike Milter, and .Mrs. Louie Miller or Flat River, Mo, who Is visiting her pai cnls, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Weln- berg at Oscsola. Bits of News Mostly Personal Garden Contest Entry Blank JFall ; or Bring to the Courier News want lo (inter the Garden Club Contest. Ninno "Welt, clitl you |;ct your money's vvorlli'r"'. .' . "1 suppose so. except she loUI'iiK more misfortune than fortune.", of Holland, attended school nt Holland and Lakeland. Fla. Mr. Uutli-dge, whs Is Hie son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ri:Ue;lsD of Philadelphia, attended hlgli ,'hcol In thai city and received 'lis later cducnllon ul Temple Col- 'ej2, Allantlc City. N. J. lie Is now mlslanl manager of a theater at Lakeland. Joines Higdin New , Holland Alumni Head Osceola Society -=- Personal English Arllsk- Studied. Mrs. E. A. Tcnford was hostess % o Ihe Literary department of the Proprcs.slvo club nl licr liomc on Tuesday afternoon . when English utists ysre studied,_ HOLLAND, Mo. —Tlic Holland Ahmnii banquet Friday- evening proved the success cxpscU'di.- with 175 nlumnl ami their guests In at- new officers installed :• were Hisdln. president;', ., K\lby, tendance. The James Nunnery, vice-president; Mrs.' Ida Zaliner, secretary; and A. It Little reflected trcnsurcr. • - >•/•• , . OulgoiilB-oincerts-wore: Jambs A. Perry, president; Jumcs Spaulrtlng, vice-president; Vernii .-Richard. s6c^ relnry. Mi. and Mrs. Jesse 11. Webb, .of Karle, J visited friends here yesterday afternoon. • Mrs. o. W. McCulchcn has been culled to Winter park, Fla., because, of the illness of her daughter, Miss nelly Lee, whose back was Injured when she fell frdm a Iruck on which she was riding at Rolljns college. Her Injuries were believed to he slight but after .two weeks physicians decided lo send for Mrs. McCiili'hcn and it Is possible Miss McCutcben will be brought to Memphis or her homo • here. A wire yesterday said the patient was resting very well but thai she would not be able lo be up for at least several , more weeks. . Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. HolneJ have rfs their guests. Mr, Urines mother. Mrs. Minnie Halnes,'.'an: Ills sister. Mrs. Louis H. Steln,*o Grand Island. Neb. ....•• Mrs.. J. T. Hall was called . to Hermindo, Miss., today because of the terlous Illness of her father. C. E. Eiuerson. : O. W. McCiilchen has••. relumed li</m Memphis' whcr; he . undcrr went treatment:nt the Baptist hospital for two weeks. ' The flcv. H. J. Klelndlcnst, pastor of Church, has tic Hock where he attended the Pastoral and' Teachers', Conference of the Arknnsas-West Tennessee Dislricl of the Lutheran Church. Mrs. William Bcrryman, Mrs. .C, I, King, Mrs. J. G. Barnes and vllss Eulu Morgan will leave tomorrow for Hot Springs, where ,hcy will attend the .state conve'n- :ion of tlic Business and Pro- fsional Women's clubs^ John Mahun, of Jackson, Tenn.. Will sjicml Sunday here .with h'* mother, Mrs. T. .J. Mahan, ai.^1 Manila Society •—Personal to a bunco party at' (he home of llic former Monday night. Mrs. Glen White award. won the high score Pilgrim Lutheran returned - from Lit- tinge 1'. T. A. Names Officers Mrs: W. L.. Horiier was elccled president of the "Lange Parent- Teacher Association in a meeting Tuesdiv afternoon Other officers rmmed v,er,-> Mis Henry Lajson vice-president; Mrs., Tony Clements, secretan, Miss Elizabeth Haistcad treasurer, Mrs tteielt Harbor, historian. In the business session nicsld- «1 oicr by Mas Halstead. MCU- presidem it votc(1 pay for the playground equipn cut now being installed This co.i- flvc and three sliding board, Die dollar attendance pn/c V.H* non by Mrs Clements' room For the program these numbers ««e SUCH. reading, Mildred ^'&™A™™ ™ M * •>..«'!«« .HcnTal-Sic «erc described by Mrs."J/L. Gliis- coe. Tlic life of Edwin Landseer, 'lie urcat painter ol iiuiiiiiils, was outlined by Mrs. George Edrlns- 'on. Some time was s'uent in cx- imlnlng reprints of their pictures. Miniature framed copies of the jicat masterpieces were presented inch guest as n favor from the hostess. Mrs, E. L. Boles was n new 3. K. S. lo Olvf! litmco Tally. A benefit bunco party to raise funds for the furnishing of their hall is being given by Hie local Fistern Star chapter number 425 it the Progressive Club rooms tonight. Mrs. R. L. Maxwell is chairman of the committee on arrangements nnd Mrs. Geneva Fowler Is \\orthy matron. 0 ' C <, Mrs. clem liowcn is a patient at the Baptisl hospital In Memphis where she will undergo a major operation within a few days, she was accompanied to Memphis by Mrs. James D. Driver. Dr. L. D. Massey is in St. Louis this vvcck where he Is attending tr.e meeting of the American College of Physicians. Dr. Massey u'as made an associate member cf the college at Us meeting .in Detroit list year and is receiving bis degree and ccrlilicatc of full membership this year. He will return tomorrow. . Holland Nun* Notes-' . : Little Miss Gliucrta Jo -Northern and Lynwnd Nunnery celebrated their sixyi'birthdays Saturday' at'.llie homo of Mrs. win 'Stuart with.a unrly for forty little giiis'rr "Mr. and Mrs. Votis Workman arc Hie parents o( a buby boy, born lust Thursday at their home. The child has been named Sammy. Alvan nnd ; Howard Blessing of St. i.mds visited their purents, Mr, and Mrs. Homer Blessln.. of oak Rictge, Saturday and Sunday. C. p. Jenkins, who luwl an eye removed recently in Memphis, Is recovering nicely. He will return In two \veks for treatment, for his remaining eye. . Mrs. Bill Seeoy and daughter. Hilly Hose, of Joncsboro returned liome Saturday after-a week's'visit vith Mrs. Prances Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Harris and Mrs. Clara Bowman of 1 St. Louis eft Sunday after -spending the week-end here with relatives. Miss Bcrnicc Barber of Memphis was the guest of her parents, Mr. nnrl Mrs. Henry Barber over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Carl McDanicl arc homo after a short visit with relatives in Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. John Azlbll and (laughter, Mary Joan of Warden, were here with Mrs. A/ibil's par cnts, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Workman. Friday nnd Saturday. Miss Mary Virginia Cape-hart has been In Memphis several days with her sister, Mrs. Cecil Hudspetti of Carulhersvillc. wro is at !,li c Method Isl hospital recovering from » goitre operation. family. Mrs. c. E. Conker went'to Memphis today to spend two days will' -Riati""s,and lobe with her.daugh- ter, Miss Dorlnne, Who Is attend-'n? Ml?s Wylie's SchCv'. : of Business.. She accoinnanled Mr., and Mrs., Earl O'Neill, formerly of Little flock, who have moved to Memphis. j. ..-i; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. nhilliDs.^ancJ Miss fyl'i 'Blytho have rettirnad (rpn\,n-.visit in Detroit an:l olhsr northern cities. Miss Amy Jackson, who has been visiting Misses. Anna and Catherine Tipton for the past week, has returned, to Ksr hpmc at Poplar Bluff, Mo. , -.'.." Misses Ptiy.lls.anil. Dorothy Stfld- dard of Florida' were the guests Monday of' Miss Maythcl Shelby. 1 Mrs. Lorene" Bartholomew of Bly- (lieville"aiid Mrs. Rachel Woods of Ulvcrvaic were called lo Manila because of the death of their father, Toll" Hatcher.' ' , . Mrs. Minnie Hodgcrs of Sikss- lon. 'Mo., was'- the guest of her sister. Mrs.. Albert ^cott,/Sunday nnd Monday. -.- ' ^ - ' . Mrs. Pagan Turner, Mrs. Edyth lorner and.son, Glenn,•.motored to East. Prarie, Mo.. Sunday to visit datives. They returned home Monday night... .;:.'" . • Sammy Asliabranner of Houston, i'cxas,Is, tlie.guest of his/parents', Mr.''and Mrs. Rliiilan Ashabraii- iicr or-'MaiillaV - ". Mr. Cole aiid famlly'of East Prairie. Mo., have'-inoVcd- to Manila. Mr. Colo "is the new > city 'marshal for Manila. : ':.... C. W. Tipton and son nude were In Memphis on business Tuesday. Edgar Norlhcutt of savannah, Tenn., is visiting friends and relatives in Manila this week. The Eighth Graue class of Manila Junior -, high had a wiener roast Tuesday night. . Members of the class • and their' guests and :ponsors, Lamen Holt and Russell Curtlss were driven out to the tower for supper of wieners, niarsh- inallows iirpund a cainpfire. All reported a fine time. | Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cain of Gnsncll, Ark., sntnt Sunday here as guests of Mr. and Mrs Travis E. Nelson. Mrs. Ivan Ennls Is confined to her home with Illness. Miss Geneva Frazler of Meni- phis, spent last week-end ii Cooler with her parents. Mrs. Lonlc Terry of Cooler, who has been sick for several weeks unimproved. Mr. anc! Mrs. A. T. Ashcraf Lll- 0)1 .Ilss Estclla, of Collicrvlllc, Tenn., re here visiting the family of heir son and brother,,Roy Sloan. Miss Edna Kennett, who is cm- cloyed at the Dean beauty parlor, pent the week end at BloomfieUI, Ho,, with her parents, Mr. and' Mrs. Nichols Kennett. '• Mrs. Belva Martin and daugh-j er, Mrs. Hal C. McHaney, of Ken-' lett, were guests Saturday of Mrs.! A. J. Langdon Jr. Mrs. Tom A. Ray was called to Keimelt Monday by the serious llness of tier cousin, Mrs. Robert Nipper. Fred Cancer and his mother, Vfrs. Bottle Cancer, and Mrs. O. il. Story of Senath were gucsli Sunday of, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Anderson sr. Will Jackson was taken to Memphis Tuesday to rcenter the Veterans Hospital for treatment. Dr., and Mrs. Robert Hill, and family of Cape Glrardeau spent the week end here on business. They were guests of Mrs. Hill mouier, MIS. 'I', ii. Klii Jill'A )f The DK. STUTT'S SKRACH-NO-MOR 30-Minute ITCH Treatment. and chiKun will move to bourn the latter part of week, Hev. ... W. Cunningham, Mines L E. I'l oper. Henry Geslrlng, W P.. Polk, II.. L. Casey, Sims Mlchie P. ra'.terson. Russell Prakes ai'c! J. R. Crockell were among j licse fromjicrc who attended the V.'.cciriltord W. M. U. meeting Chester Gestriug and a friend of Memphis spent last week-end .n': Cooler with the former's par- ?nls. !•, W. Turner is visiting his pnivms in Marion, 111. Miss Juanita Losslng Is visiting friends In Springfield, Mo. 'Her poMlion at Ihe Cooler telephone exchange has been taken by Mass Vircii; Travis. Only one application necessary. No grease. No mess. No soiled clothing or bed linens. No time lost from school. At good drug stores everywhere. Piano, President' Ed Hard in 's Message, Mrs. i ifyJr;.'.'.and~Mrs.-i HqJston- : Roriin3>iJ.' •>f<K expected .to' return'.hoinoithe; last, of Ihe week fro.mSt. Limls], •I'here Hey have been.visiting Mrs: Robinson's ;ister. Mrs; W. 'A.-Htvli. •jhet't,.and family.-A.. ' |J. T. Pldlllus Is 'attending :ta business in Memphis jloday. , '-.}•• Mr. and 'Mrs..'\V.'--H.'irblconit) imj Mrs. 0. G: ;:Hircs :: wer'e.'V.jn Memphis ' yesterday. . They ; were iccpnirmnlcil by Mrs. Bill.. Did- ieritlorf, of Quincy,' ; III., \ylio fe 'he •hpuscgticst. of her sistsr, Mrs. Klass.':' •' : -'i ;''•„''' .'• , • " ' M^^lss Bessie Miller is ill .at : l hcme of her parents," Mr. and Mrs, Ben Miller. Son Born al Yarbro lo DyCSS Colony Couple ''ho Pemiscot onvcnlion will UYKSS, Ark.-Mr. and Mrs. II, Pcmiscot Singers Will Meet West of Hayf For Sale lias Cluh Parly Valley hli M snd Molck wci t ,„ the miniature bouqucU Mi* W I H Minynrd used to decorate her rwo hmall luncheon tables used m her living room wnere -she entertained the Wednesday Bridge c!ub Iris, narcissuses and tulips arranged in colorful bo.Us also cecprated the room. i In the card sanies Mrs. W. A. Afflick and Mrs. Fanisworlh Black made an identical score, thus tfc- ing for first honors. Besides the club members. Mrs. Marvin Robinson and Mrs W. D Chamblin were guests < * * North'brn-Uullcdgc. The marnase or Mis^ RIUS Northern, cf Holland Mo to L« rcnca Rutledge, of PhilaJslphia Pa., 'was solemnized here this mom- ing Justice T. L Caisidj perform cd the rites. ITie bride wora a \\oolsn suit o' blue and ercj \\ith a finger-In, length coat and her aoccssoric •\\cre in grey Aflcr a visit in Philad»!phia wit' the bridegrooih's parents they wil BO to Lakeland, Fla. to make tfcel home. The bride, *ho is the, dau?ht(. of Mr^ and Mrs J. A (Northern, C. Lancaster arc the parents ol son. born Sunday morning, April 18. The baby, who weighed nine and cue-half pounds at birth, has tern named Robert Chapman. Mrs. Lancaster, before her marriage, was Miss Eme Jane Chap- nan of Yarbro, near Blylhcvilb, daughter ot Mr. nnd Mrs. K. W. Chapman, at whose home the baby was born. Mr. Lancaster Is bookkeeper for the warehouse of Dyess Colony. Inc. MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES This Old Treatment Often '•^ Brings Happy Relief Mtny Bufi>Hr* relievo naming burkaeti quickly, oa« th«y discover thai the rtal caua' w their trouble miu- be tired kldnp>-«. Tt«kidncyB arc N'alure'a cliief *•»>• of taVini, the eiccss ftcids und waMe out of Icie blood M«t pooplfl p&sa about 3 pinls a day or abou Frrouent or Bcanty pMjacea vith nmnrlitii BFKI buraing thoA-j there msy bo torn*thin vroTig with >-oiu kidneys or Wiadcr. An Cucess of Reids or poisonj in your blood whpjiduo to functional kidney dijotvltr*, intc bajhe caujo of nsgsinz bactacbe, rheumaii puw, lumbago, leg pains, loss of pep and en under thaeyc*,hcad&ch(>Va ad dinin'pM. ' -Dwi't vaitl A»k your dniE^ljt lor Pain* riik, uj«l EuceKisIufly by millions for o\tr 4 i«y givft b apoy rcliff and tdU k pip th ot kidnev tubca flmb out polsoaou __ e from your bf&od DUt pm 'SPUK CnutUy Sinyiim i^cl at HilLma]!- \iylnr, west ot Hayti, OI1 Highway 4, Suwtay, it ]KIS been ainioinic- <\ by R. E. L.'Smilh o[ Slcelc, I'csldctit. Two nice, lots on corner of Kentucky and Second sir eels, facing MD feel on Second, well shaded. Price, with, terms for part 5750. I.ol nil corner of West Main and lllh street, frnnl 15 fed on Main, lit) feel on lllh. Price, ivilli terms for purl $800. Two teLs on corner of I lolly vnil IHh Llrccl,' uot .in paving di.sliicl, good loe'aiiori. r'ricc, with Icrnis Tor jmrl S100. ' \Ve have homes from S70f) t<> 36,000 at pood locations. I.ct Us Shoiy You. = M.Burns, Agency Read Courier News Wa..i Ads Wtildil'W Details of Our New of This .service will in: available at no additional tost iilmve regular cleaning. Guaranteed protection against moth liainajro for six months ... No storage containers necessary. Cleaners Moniic Process Cleaners Steele-Cooter Society —.-Personal Mr. nnd Mrs. - Ray Nelson anc aughtor. Barbara Jean, of Thro ivers, Midi., arc vislling rela- vcs here and at Oosnell, Ai'k. 1 Miiseii, ...ElhmbcUi Hiicy.v and nrgareL McOlurc were, hostesses Hornersyille Society — Personal . Alva G. Stamps ol Eurlc, Ark. visited friends in Hornersvillc Siinday. • ;Mr. and. Mre. E. H. Davis am daughter, Miss Patty, of Trumanu 'Ark., were guests Sunday ot Mi and Mrs. Anderson D. Ruffin. 'Mrs. M. McCaleb has gone tc Tucson, Aria., to spend severa \veeks with her father, Lee Mull horn. Rev. v and Mrs. Harvey Gra; and sons were guesls Saturda of Mis. Gray's parents, Mr. am Mrs. S. W-. Anderson of Nettle ton, Ark. Mrs. M. H. Shaw and danghtei ^ COlWPLliTE BEAUTY SERVICE I'honc IOC MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP Ever.vlhlng For Your Entertainment nnd Comfort Last Time Way LOLA LANE* ISABEL JEWELL EDUARDO C1ANNELLI • ROSALIND AYO MElHOf Don't Gamble - - the life of your car against, pennies. When you protect your motor against friction and wear, you protect your pockctbook against repair bills. We handle the highest grade of lubricants obtainable. Open All Night 24 Hour Service PHILLIPS' SERVICE CENTER ----- _^,_^ ...--' « in ]<nllni • Jtkn lilil . B,n W,IJ»o . H,n.-, li ItiU'DiiKlid by Lloyd Bocon>Munc «rvd lyrici H O'N, by Koiiy Won<n a Al D»b!n. A Fir,I Nrfl Pidj, ','• Also Paramount News and Comedy -i NOT RECOMMENDED ;;! FOR CHILDREN' !; 2 Adults Admitted for Price of 1 HEAR 'CR/M.E'S. ANSWF.R td A ksUPER-CRlMINAL! m as advertised in Vogue - - THE BOOTERY presents. SUMMER FOOT SAVERS The Nassau; !»troduce.s spaced pcrforalions for Summer chic and smartness . . . . A charming shoe to go with town or country costumes. No need to let aching feel -spoil your summer when you can choose from dozens of smart white Foot Savers . . . All made with a hidden inctiUarstil support that keeps you foot-free all summer long. MAKE THIS AMAZING TESTI \VdkaroimJinFoolSmtj fceinre thc>- »cc !<«,! u[ -. See hr>*- inujtly they fit without Raprviiiff or *lip- pin^ fret tkoufb tnljttrf. Ant" oolite their ktnmcdi. lie cucufocll If It hill a Shortback " - It Isn't FOOT SAVER —Admission— Mathirc—10 &'2Gc Night—1C & : '.iSc TUESDAY, Al'KH, 27— 5125 HANK NIGHT! (Less Slate Tax) VKHV FITTING NOTIC: All Fool Savers arc made over au eyclnsivc Shortback last to IHIJ; your licci without cramping your toes. Admission—Always- 10 & 2Gc , i . Sfalinccs Friday, Saturday. Sunday l|ij[ Show every nighl. Friday and j Sunday Matinees start at 2:15. Saturday Matinee at 1:15. st Adults At!milled for Trice of All Childrch—lOc In lha shadow of Ihe Uw,,hecau*9 know loft ebonr |S» crooki aha net In Also Comedy Charles Starred in "Two Oust law" Hard rlrtinj;. fnsl sliootins, roping, everything yen like to In n wcstoru show. Also Canocm and Comedy Good Shoes & Hosiery

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