The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1937 · Page 2
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t AGE BI/mtEVJiLLE <A11KJ COimiER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL- 23|.403?' Social Calendar • » SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs? A. G'. LlUle having limclieon. * CLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Junior Missionary Society Has Meetings. Members of the Y. M. S. of Ihe Fiiit. Church of the Nazarcnc met Tuesday night at the chuicli foi a study In addition to the meetings this group is having at the church each Monday, during tlic noon hour, Vhcn theio is fasting and prajcr for niisslotjs At this lime the price of a meal Is donated to Hie. inissinn fund. AtTuesday's meeting, there was a study on the history of missions in this church. Tiiis group was also entertained by the older women's group last night for n. social meeting at the home of the Rev. Euplia D .I?eas- Jey, 1400 Chickasawba Ave. A salad plate wns served during the social hour ' to the 22 present. « * * ' Club'Has Guests Vivid red tulips from her garden decorated Mrs. J. Louis Cherry's '(lining room - tuble ycslcrday where members ol the Mid-Week. -Bridge club and several guests had lunch. She used purple iris am! white narcissus in the living room arranged for the card games. Mrs. A. Couway won the club prize'and the guest prize went k Mrs. Walker H. Baker. Othc guests were Mrs. G. S. Atkinson of Manila, Mrs. Elton W. Kirby, Mrs. Baker.Wilson anil Mrs. Doylo Henderson . » » 5 Entertains Club. Mrs John F. Lent! cniertnlnert, the Thursday Contract club when she also had as her guests, Mrs. W. V., Alexander, Mrs. Meyer Grater and Mrs. W. jLcon Smith. Yellow tulips and purple iris, which sho grew, decorated her living .room where tbe players had their j game. Mrs. Smith won the prize, hosiery. A salad plato w.as served. « » * Has Bridge Luncheon. The same four out-of-town guests, Mrs. Joslah Port and Mrs, Donald Oraccy of Clarksvlllc, Tenn., Mrs, Oito Kochtitzky of Columbus, Miss., and Mrs. .W. B. Tanner of Helena, \vho arc being tonight given a number of paitlcs this, chinch, week, were complimented nt bridge luncheon Thursday \\hei Mrs. James H. Bsll - was hostess She usctl a silver'bowl filled will forget-me-nots, lupins, cor.n. flow crs' and.snapdragons for Ihc-cen ter :of the dining, table where th 12 guests had lunch ir ~ v All kinds of colorful spring bios sbms were used In the other, room of the lower floor-where the litre card tables -were arranged Mrs. c. w. Aftl|ck won a whit flower bowl for the high score pri? and each of-the honored guest, was presented a gift. -Q6Y UU SlRVICt. INC. I.«. «CO. U. 5. PAT. 0 T: Bits of News Mostly Personal . "Why', huby, you shouldn't mind a nice spnni; shower."- - -.'". I '" "What's nice about it when I'm too old to wudc anj too little to rate a i taxi?." - , '•:...-' iouimunity's .Attitude Toward Cylme, Law, and Delinquency." Irs. J. C. E!l|s also spoke brief- f, Mrs. RtVcs Allen played a vlo- in sclo, pupils of Miss Marguer- le Matthews' robin gave a "cour- esy" play and Miss Katheryn Drear's chorus sang - two sclcc- ions. Mrs. Alice AYomnck was irogram chairman. : • Tlic hostesses,-;Mrs. T. E. Talc nut Mrs. W. E. •• Anderson, served •cfrcshments in the social hour. i'lans Arc Completed For llanuuet Tonight, Plans have been completed for the "Ulshop's 'Crusade" banquet at the first Methodist 'beginning at 7 o'clock, when members of tlic church will each fake a .dish. Tickets' sold by-five girls at a dollar each ^represent a donation to be,given to the'.Southern Melh- odist % church", jand those prescnl tonight \vlll v be given an opportunity to 'cohiribtKe for an In dcbtedness of $385,000. The bnnnuct is also to coinmcm- oralc the memory of the first missionaries in this church and to begin celebration of the 2(H)th anniversary of John Wesley's conversion. 'oscy sang two solos -\vilh: Mrs. . Wilson Henry at lhe : •'piano. The mission study, on Korea; was ivcn by Mrs. Flccman nntl Miss Honta Hughes told of Mi's. Cainp- icll, Hie first Methodist, missionary lo Korea. Mrs; Rives Allen ilaycd a violin olo with Miss itntlieryn Grcar as accompinlst Mrs. H. Lynn Wade chalinnn of Ihe group, told of the iccent 23rd annual Woman's- Missionary Society confereiuc of Aikai^as whlcli she allcudcd at Fayettc ville. In Hie business ; session " It ,• was voted to chiingc the time, of meeting from 7:30 until 8 1'. M. The hostess, Miss Mary Grace Hill, served n fruit salad coulee with iced tea. Havrcll Davis sprnlncd • his knee while, roller skating and is confined lo ills homo on the Barficld road. :,.. Mrs. Edgar Boruin, who has been III for two weeks, Is now much Improved and expects to be up within a few days. Mrs. Wlilt Goodman anil daughter, Ix:c, of Memphis, arrived yesterday to spend several days with Mrs. Goodman's parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. D. Smltli Mrs. George Slrlcklcr, who lias been visiting In Jonesboro, returned home Wednesday night. Dr. Fred Child has been 111 foi the past two weeks with Influenza Mrs. A. M. Bull and Mrs. W. J. Pollurd spent yesterday in Cape Glrardcau as guests of Mr. and Mrs W. M. Robinson. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Robin sou who will be guest of her moth er, Mrs. Butt, for several days. Mr. Rob|nson will 'Join, her Saturday. Mrs. Charles Perry, Mrs. J. P. Holland, Mrs. W. C. Garrlgan and Miss Mary Blanche Day ore in Memphis today. -Tom Ncjil Simpson, of bycrs- l>urg, Is attending to business here. Mrs. c. M. Buck and daughter, Mrs. Annabcth Buck Cariientcr, arc in Memphis loday as guesls of Mrs. Eurl O'Neal, daughter of Mrs. Buck. Mrs. J. w.' 1 Adams Jr., and Mrs. Fred Warren are expected to return today from Dycrsbiirg, where they have been visiting for two Garden Con lest Entry Blank Mail or Bring to the Courier News I wiuit to enter the Garden CIulj Contest. Name Address \Vill Crown Queen A I, Dyess Colony Festival.'On May \ DYESS, Ark. — On Salurdiiy, May 1, Dcccmn Wells of Dyess Ccnlral school will bo crowned May Queen. Maids attending her will bei Anne James Garrcilson, Wandenc I'ikens and Lorraine Ecbols, llic lallor as maid ol honor. Preceding (he coronation by E. S. niulley, resident manager of Colony, Iherc will be a parade of pupils from nil the schools of the Colony. Two t'irls on horseback. Annis Marie Richmond and Wilinu Craig, will herald the coming of the children. The first lloal will ar (be queen, her mauls, Irain carer and crown bearer. The com! float will carry a prince id princess from eacli grade in 10 four schools. Aflet 1 the parade and coronation crrinqny the <inecn will be en- irlained In her court on Dycss lemorinl lawn by pupils from ich school. The program will in- .ude n spring dance, a flower drill, minuet, n Jnpane.se love sent;, an Indian pow-wow and a group of Dutch clompers. In Ihe three divisions of Ihe lawn in the administration, center will be May poles. Groups of children will Sivc a. song and May dance-around There arc about GOO children 'in (lie Dyess schools, besides the high school students who are attending at Shawnee and Wilson i.__ til Ihe completion of the Colony's $150,000 school plant. ivangelist Rests on Farm Near Colony DYESS, Ark.—The Rev: Hairy ilcCormick Linlz, evangelist of he extension department of the Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, is pending his vacation on his farm adjoining Dyess Colony. The. Rev. Mr, Lintz is well known to the Colonists' and has nany friends among them, hav- 'ng conducted a very successful •evlval at the Colony Center last summer. A great lover of the outdoors, ic spends much of his vest periods here, hunting and fishing. (lays. . Mrs. Warren nlso visited ftt Halls. ••'.'.' Miss Mabel Simon Is 'rcslirn, well at the Baptist hospital h Memphis after undergoing a ma jo operation Thursday morning. •Mrs.-N. F. Knight returned yes tcrday from Houston, Texas,'wlicri she spent two months with lie brothel H R Cullen -ind family 150' Attend Civic Banquet at Osceol O&CCOLA Alk — Di T K Young, Memphis, cipal lalk at a Has Bridge 1'arly. There vcrc 12 guests at Mis 0. A. Leech's house lust, nighl >vheh she entertained with a bridge party in compliment to Mrs. Otto ^Kochlltzky, formerly of here and now of Columbus, Miss., Mrs. Josiah Fort, Vno lived here lie- fore she moved to Clarksvllle, Tcnn., Mrs.' Donald Gracey, also of Olarksville, and Mrs. W. n. Tanner of Helena, who also formerly lived here. Gay spring '-flowers were arranged colorful bouquets In'the living room. In Use'brldse gomes Mrs. C. -W: AMlick won high and Mrs. Harry Kirby, second high. Mrs. Tanner won the prize for high among the out-of-town guests. A satatt plalc was served. Sirs. Hull Riileiiains. Mrs. Ed Bell of Joiner entertained Thursday afternoon at her home in compliment to Mrs. Ed Norton. Tlic 13 guests included Mrs. 1. 0. Weslbrook jr., of Bly- Ihcville, who formerly lived here In- the bunco games Miss Mel- 'ohm Ballba won high score prize, hosiery, and the low score award lingerie, went lo Miss Ktitherine Long. A sandwich plalc M'as served. * * * .' P. E. O. Members In Memphis Today. Members of Chapters "D" and "N" of the two local P. E. O. chapters arc guests of the Memphis chapter for a luncheon today at the home of Mrs. P. W. Aydlelt, 1572 Central Aye., Memphis. Club Has Fish Irj "Something different" was promised by Mrs. C. O. Langston when .sho entertained Ihe Town and Country Bridge club this week--i and it was a fish fry in Ihe yard of her country home. Fish, with all Its trimmings, topped with strawberry shortcake, 'was served out of doors, beginning nt one o'clock. In the bridge games which followed Mrs. C. F. Tucker won' high and Mrs. Langston, second high. Besides Ihe club members, Mrs. C. H, Wllicy and . Mrs. N. li. Menard were guests. Armorcl r. T. A. Hears Speakers. Guest siwakcrs- at the meeting of the Armorel Parent-Teacher nssociatlon Thursday afternoon added to the program. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, county exam- nndc the pi in banquet -at :th Osccota Community : club ' la: night, attended by 150 civic lead crs from communities.-.through out tlic .southern district ; of th counts Good Fellowship wa Some parrots nave been know) lo live for CO years. Everything For Your Enleilaln- uienl and Comfort Tonight Is Pal Nitc 2 Adults Admitted for Price of 1 HEAR CRIME'S ANSWF.R TO A SUPER-CRIMINALI A single banyan Irce, In the botanical gardens of Calcutta, India, covers three acres ol ground. . i ""COMPLETE"" BEAUTY SERVICE riionc 10B MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP The Rustic Inn Headquarters for his subject Bill I Iclduig ind Henry Slavic 9! I Radio Shtion WMC and Alj Patterson of the .Hotel : Claridgc, Memjfhis, were hi charge of program .of entertainment. The affair was ananged by ill Osceola Cult club ^^ Tea I'nr Mrs. \Villi:nns. Another nITair given for Armorcl, Ed Williams, of Mrs. who house. In the dining room, where refreshments were served, the centerpiece of the table was ; '» silver bowl of tulips, ir> rainbow colors, flanked with tail silver .candle slicks holding yellow tapers. Tea and coffee were poured by Misses Jewel ' Tyler an<j ' Mary, 1 Faulkner, both of Wilson. BAKERY SPECIALS All Day Fri.- Sal. - Sun. W 14' HANANA-NUT LAYKR I'KUIT. TWIST Do/ IMiCAN NUT BREAD loaf PUDGR NUT J5ROWNILS Do/ Lge. UAiMLAL COOKIbfe Do/ 18 12 .Mclliodisl Business Women Have Mc Mrs.»Frf<l nceman was in clmrpa of the program for the meeting cf the Business Women's circle ol the First Methodist church in a meeting last night at the church was formerly Miss Mttxtne Wallace of Wilson, was the formal lea Wednesday afternoon when Mrs. R. E. I.ce Wilson, Mrs. R. E, Lee Wilson Jr., and Mrs. J. A. Merrill entertained nt the home of Mrs. R. E. Lee Wilson jr. More limn 100 guests called between four and • five the receiving . line with tesses and the giiesl ot honor were the bride's mother, Mrs. W. M. Wallace, and her aiml., Mrs. Woods, of Tvronza. Many bouquets of colorful spring flowers were used throughout the BIGGER-BLTTfR liutereg Hour Specials T) tn U IV-M. Friday-Sat iinUiy-Simday I'INEAIH'LE 1AC ROILS Do/ GKULLLRb 1)07. VANILLA WAFI RS 1)07 .PARKRRHQUSK "ROLLS. Din. '.'.. We Specialize in Special Orders - Phone 110 BLYTHEVILLE BAKING CO. Also Sclccicd Shorts. —Admission— iUatini'c—!0 & 2lie NiRbt—1C & 3Cc I "America's Finest" ie popular new Pineapple - Pecan Ice Cream 1 : ' ( •Also mack Walnut, Vanilla, Slrawlicrry, liutlcr- Pecan, Chocolate, Fruit Salad, and I'iinana-Nuf. TAKE HOME A "HOSTESS PACKAGE" CONVENIENT REFRIGERATOR SIZE T lie-re is No Substitute for Quality* Saturday Only Bret Harto's "Outcast of Poker Flat" With 1'rcslon Foster, Jean ftluir, Vaii Ifuflii!, Vii'giniii Wcicllcr and Margiirel Irving Also Cartoon ami Serial— "Jungle Jim" —Admission— Ulllfl S 1'. IU.—10 K 2lie i\fler 5 I'. M.—l(i & 31e Sunday - Monday For Spring Fever-. ANITA LOUISE« ROLAND YQUNG AUCi.BRADY v,F.RlEpA;ISCQRT iner, spoke on "The .Place of Ar The Bible lesson, "How Can I in CommunityaridPamilyLife"nnd|Know God." was eivcn by Miss Mrs; Uoyd Stickmon - on -"ITie 1 Winifred Goodrich. Herman Cross NEW CLEANING PROCESS KEEPS MOTHS FROM CLOTHES! -ji,juj tn^ ]>iU.VWIIIIIE nun sccuruv inni our illUiMlrj Insured Jlolh-I'roof Clc.inirs 1'roccss can sire you. .Have jour dollies cleaned h>- nt — nnrl they will be isisuml against moth damage for n ytcrioil of six Jiionlhs — or until they arc agnir. clrnncii by sonic other method. This inslirnncc npiilies lo nil woolen- gA r nncnls except knillcd wear. _AnJ rcmcmlicr, MOMTE Insured Molh-ProoC Cleaning costs nol one cent more than our for. nicr regular cleaning. For example, sec llie £cma! Ijpical \alucs listed below. Mrs. Williams was presented a; gift of silver candle slicks by the FINEST LOH/PRtCfV CAR / EASIER CAR YVEIIVER'. OWNED My PONTMC HAS BfAUTY PfKFORMANCf; COMFORT, PaSSy Wood • Wallii Woolj Klo" Sanilo OiBnvil3» • Beryl Herce* Also Paramqunf News anil Selected Shorts -C'onlinuous Showing Sunday— ' —Admission— Sunday—All Day—1G ,t !{fic Monday Matinee—10 & 2fir. Monday Nisht—1C & 3Cc TUESDAY, Al'KIL 27— $125 BANK NIGHT! Slate Tax) Phone 171 411 W. Main Ail miss ion—Always 10 & 26c iVfalinccs Fritlay, Sulnrday, Suiifiay Show every nighl. Friday aiul Sunday Matinees start at 2:15. Saturday Matinee at 1:15. Friday - Saturday Charles Starrctl in trs bo(«-con .1 routine. DoLtito six * ADD ISc A DAY TO THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE NEXT LOWER PRICED CARS AND OET A PONTIAC WITH or -W/.in ntltl (he JWHO rnixfef'of Si EXTRA inchr, of .c.t EXTKA inchc, of leg EXTRA Inink .racefir EXTRA milt, per 5 ,1- EXTRA Knet-Aclio! ,,0*< /o,.-«r-pr,'ccrf r. lf , ,, nnly U ^'^"^",1.°'^ \ "*""' i^f^ "'" ijf '»* "«"««""=• '™- ^^ **'* "^^^, ,'j,.'"' merits bc("-con a Fonti;ic. f> c L, 2-rfooj the IS cents a day. Naturally. ||,. 1t snla |i extra sum was paid with pleasure, and the result is moro sntrsfartinn than .1 r»oror car ever faroiitf/x krfnrc. America's finest low-priccii t;i r ^\\\ mft you belter, too. Prove it Vuli ^ ri^c. PONTIAC MOTOK mvisuw ' IXJNVIAC. MICH. Ct neriLl ,\fo(or> Sate, Cm,,,,,.,,--- . cvriy Sfondiv, •t from the TONKIN! TWO GREAT RADIO PROGRAMS: "Weivs T/irou/Jft A Wonnn's f > '*_%'">, J UeJnwrfaj- ,nd Ftifar fifltrnoon, Columbia Network. "VlusitfSlM* —aiHCtln fc.dm* collrg,<:. mi ,u, e ,, r ,, r f ,-M, r , 10:30 P.M. (E.S.r.) ATBCarf A«««>i-*. TO, SALES CO, Hani riding, fast shootijis, fan . roping:, everything jdii like to sec , • in a real western show. ^| Also Cartoon and Comedy Sunday - Monday HOLLYWOOD GIVES YOU fl HEW STAR .. . IN FICTION'S .BOLDEST ROMflNTIC ADVENTURE ~~~~ SHOUTI WONDERI M1RVCLI , ... Introducing ANTON WALBKGOX With ELIZABETH Al.LflK, nlARUOT ORAHAME, AKIM TAffllROFF, ERIC BLORE, FAV BA1NTER ; 'l K O ' C A 0 I 0 FICtUir Oirtcltiltr \Gtotst' Nlc he II,, .">/.( Also Fox ^lovictcnc Xc«"i,~"" and Comedy. PHONE 1000

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