The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 26, 1937 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 26, 1937
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PAGE t\VO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS APRIL 20, Soda! Calendar / TUESDAY'S EVENTS Junior O. A.'s meeting First First Baptist Church, meeting with Mrs. Harry Frttzliis, 4 P. M, Intermediate O. A.'s meeting H»t Baptist church, 4 P. M. Tuesday Bridge club meeting with Mi's. W. Leon Smith. Mrs. Lloyd Stick mon haying Young Matrons Bridge cluu. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Jewish Aid society meeting with Mrs, Milton Sternberg and Mrs. Ike Miller at Sternberg home, 8 ipm Mrs W J Pollard having Wednesday Bridge club. Sunbeams. First Baptist, church, meeting'3:30 P. M. R. A.'s, First Baptist church, meeting 4 P. M. Church of Christ Bible study meeting with Mrs. 'Hurry Samson 2:30 P. M. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. A. Comvay having Mid- Week Bridge club. Town and Country Bridge club meeting with Mrs. J. W. Parker. Mrs, F. B. Joyner having Thursday Contract club. Thursday Bridge club meeting ullh Mrs H. A. Taylor. Catholic altar society blngi party, at social hall, 8 P. M. Mrs. Byron Morse having Tluirs- day Luncheon club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Children'of Confederacy havini luncheon meeting at • home o Bits of News Mostly Personal — Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and on. Jlmmtc, Miss Pauline Hires and Jlmtnie Dunn were In Mem- ihts yesterday tor the ball gome. Dr. C. C. Stevens has returned from St. Louts wiicrc ue attended a medical meeting. Mrs. Stevens vho accompanied htm. remained or another wecX's s:ay, Joining icr daughter, Mrs. Anne Stevens 'otter, who lins been there lor sonic lime. Mrs. Otto Kochtllzky left Intc Saturday for her home in Coluin- mnn of the arrangements for to- iiforrow. Members of the club arc Invited (o meet at the club house, •here plants will be exchanged, before a number of yards are visited. Plans for this affair were made at « luncheon meeting of the executive uoard Friday, id the club. Oilier interesting plans were made for future activities which will include a musical tea, to be given May 21, when Mrs. Stuart, H. Salmon will be in charge, and for a concert or lecture to be given sometime within the coming fix \vecks when Mrs. James B. Clark, Mrs. H. Lynn Waitc, Mrs. George M. Lee, Mrs, James Hill liu]dii:uii iiiL^inib t»w ..u*»*. ~ - • -i, i Betty Phillips, 12:30 P. M, 801 W. "'«* Mrs - Guthile King will make Walnut St. Nancy Claire McCaulcy . Mai lies Dave H. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Worthy an- ndunce the marriage of their daughter, Nancy Claire McCnulcy, to Dave H. Lewis, of Jackson, Miss., son of Mrs. Rovilla Lewis of Tiiscalooja, Ala. The ucdding was solemnized Saturday at the home of the Rev'. E. L. Cole, pastor of the First Baptist church ul Osceola, who asked the yoivs. The attractive bride, who has live'd here for R number of years, graduated last year from the city high school and is now a student/ at Belhavcn college, Jackson, Miss. While hi .school here she partlcl- pat£tl in a miinbsr of scholastic affairs and has been outstanding as a student at Belhaven. Mr. Lewis is a graduate of Tupelo Military Institute, Tupelo, Miss and the University of Ala- b'anja, Tuscaloosa. He Is a member • of the Alpha Sigma Pi fraternity. He'ls now connected with the Jackson Printing'*company;at. Jackson irraugcincnts. It was announced. that five uembcrs plan to uvCend the slate convention in Texarkana next Tuesday and Wednesday whch lie theme will bo "Education foi Living." The meeting of the literary de- inrlmcnt of Ihe club followed the executive board lunchon. Rep. Ivj Crawford discussed "Lnws in the Unking" and told of the prlnclpa aws passed during the recent slate legislature. Mrs. Wyatt Henley reviewed tiro book, "Of MCI a.nd Mice." John Steinbeck. Voice numbers, "Aria" - from Rlgolctto and "The Last Hose of Summer,' were given by Miss Eugenia Mc- Gchcc, of Memphis. Mrs, E. F Blomcyer told of'one of the bcs short stories of hist year, "Tinkl< and Family Take a Ride." Karlton Klciu. The program was concluded with n report of the recent meeting nl Marion, givci by Mrs. C. E. Criggcr. 0 « « 'Scu'ing Cluli Viiils Osccolii bus, Miss., after a visit with Mr. | and Mrs. Russell Phillips. While here she <was entertained i with » numuer of social affairs. Miss Mary Outlaw was called to Hector, Ark,, Satuvcay because of the critical Illness of her mcUicr who is no belter today. Mike Simon has been transferred temporarily to the Kroger Store at Osceola. Mrs. Unilse Crane Hller Is, In New OrJrans, where she Is inns- ing Hlvers Wilhelm,. who is very 111 at a sanitarium, Mrs. G. A. Lnsse, of Greenville, iss, mother of Joe Shanks, will ndergo a major operation at the ling's Daughter hospital,, Green ille, tomorrow or. Wednesday. She ntercd the hospital yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Green -pre in Memphis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Frank . Barton, of onesboro, spent the weekom ere. ' Miss Alice VVhILsitt and hci oubln, Russfll Campbell, spent cslerdny In Paragould and Jones- oro. Mr. and Mrs. W .W. McGaughey ,nd Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hi) nd daughters, Juanlla and Josc- ihlne. ol Lake City, were guests if Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tayloi csterday. -, Mr. and Mrs. diaries Criggei re In Memphis today. Mrs. Milton H. AHenberg am daughters, Ann and Kay.'of Mcm- iihis, were guests of Mrs. Allen berg's father, B. H. Levy, and Mr and Mrs. Samuel p. Norris, Sun day. Oscar Fondlcr attended Hie syni phony concert In Memphis Satur day night. v, Mrs. Donald Gracey returned lo da.v to her home in clarksville T«nn.. after a visit with Mr. nn< Mrs, Ross D. Iiugties. she i'sst of honor at, a number of af fairs while here, : Mrs. Kdgar Uimmi, who wa quite ill for two weeks, has no' recovered. Miss Dorinnc Coulter, who al lends business school MH Mem phis, spent the week-end at homi Mr. and Mrs. William M. Hob inson relumed lost night to tlici home in Cape Olranlcau. ' M Hcbinson motoring here Saturdn Tlie visited Recreation Sewing the Osceola Sewing clas cln Satin-day whei^ 17, girls motor -,..,-, - -,..,.-..- -.. . doy,'<i/.-accompanied! by•:Mrs;. Do: Miss, Tynere'lie and his bride will nndMisT Cftriee Llltle, Mlsslsslm make their home, Having already County Supervisor of Rccrcatloi left for that city. j , , * The bride came here on n visit j William Wooil Students len dais ago and Mr. Lewis joined'. Han; » Luncheon Here. fpr , Mrs. ThuraUiy molher, Mrs. Robinson , who can 1 for a visit with lie M. Butt. Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard, ,wh Is .n' student at Southwestern Un vcrslty, Memphis, was home fo the week-end. Osceola Society — Personal. Manila Society — Personal Gorgeous Jewel Lulton-Hyrum. Announcement has been made of :ie marrliige of Miss Mary Louhc syrum ajul Woodrow Hutton, which 'as solemnized last September lit no home of the Rev. A. A. Bav.'liii l Hprlngclale. The briclc Is the daughter of Irs. Vcnm Byrum of Uniontown. •he Is- a graduate of the Univer- lly of Arkansas and an ucconi- lished musician. .She has held the losllion of teacher of public music n the Sophia M. Myers School in i Buren, Ark., since her gradua- ton. , Mr. Hutton is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Huston, pioneer, ;itia.'iis of Manila. He, attended lie University of Arkansas, where ic studied law. . They will make heir home in Manila nfter May 'l. Rev. and. Mrs: Harrison, and .laughter, Lsna Frances, left Thursday for Webb. Miss. They were called to tlie bedside of Mr. llar- 'ison's brother, who is seriously ill .here. Mrs. G. E. Snider spent Friday visiting relatives in Marked Tree, Ark. J. J. Massey and Arthur Pierce of Hot Springs arc visiting in Manila this week. Mr. Massev will also visit- relatives in Nashville, Tenu., before lie returns to Hot Springs. Misses phylis and Dorothea stoci- durd of Hatncs City, pla., were the week-end guests ol Miss Maythel Shelby. Miss Clare Graec Fox has returned from .several days visit with her uncle, Dr. V. R. Fox, in Dallas. Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hutton of Eurle, Ark., arc the guests of Mr and Mrs Jim llnlton. Mrs. c. M. Hughes of Willlfoix is the guest of Miss KITie GilssDi of Manila. Mrs. L. F. Williams has as her guest Mi's. Jewell Gti=:ison of CDf- HOIUZONTAL 1 Jewel pictured hero. 1 !t Is a gem of Hardness, 12 Tribal group. 13 Distinctive theory. 10 To own. 16 Wax match. 17 Portuguese • coin. 18 Leaves out. 20 Stir. 21 Larger. 23 Lion, 24 To etsorve. 25 Nortli America. 27 Speaks. 30 Small herring 53 God of love. 33 Dry. 55 Step. 34 To lament. 55 Witticism. 35 Growing in 07 College couples. officials. 38 Wigwam. 59 It is native 19 Neither. 40 Electrical unit crystallized. 41 Organ of (50 It is used as Answer lo Previous Puzzle ^ H Ocean. 16 It Is a gem. 19 It is found in Africa. 22 Thing. 24 Auto body. 26 Church parts. 23 Three. 29 Baking dish, 31 To tear stitches. 32 Era. 3G Bullfighter. 37 Epoch. 38 Badger. = glass —'s 42 Pier. ' v ^ topi. 43 To bellow, VFRTrpAi 45 Stream \ERTICAL obstruction. 2 Frosted. 46 Metal. 3 Too. 47 Feline animal 4 Door rug. 48 Castle ditch. 5 Ass. 48 Domestic 6 Dreadful. , slave. 7 To eject. ' 51 Bird's beak. B Prickles. 54 To soak flax. 9 Male sheep. 55 South 10 Bad. Carolina. 11 To allot. 53 Senior. hearing. M Extreme. 48 Males. 50 Not any. 52 Constellation. Luxora Society — Personal Mrs. Gcorglana Billow, of Memphis, was Ihe guest Sunday of her r.arents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T Bal- cw. Mrs. John Thwealt, Mrs. Tom Callis, and Mrs. Reuel W. Butler attended the William Woods College Alumnae luncheon at the Noble hotel in Blylhcville, Saturday. Miss Maggie Sue Flemming, o! West Memphis, spent Sunday with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. L. P. Flemming. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Smith Isft day for her home in Oakland, Miss., to attend the graduated of • brother from high school.- Fishermen cut off the heads of moDiifish before bringing ihsin i'j port, because their human-hkc faces make them hard to ssll. YOUNG WOMANHOOD Reid Mil at Mrs. II. Byrj of 1301 (Jakes- toil St., Musko'gec.Otib., said: "My daughter* have used Dr. I'ierce's Favorite Inscription as a Ionic and it surely lint done a lot of Rood. 11 ii.creasts tht appetite ami is nut to Kll>nl itJjeve OJic of nervousness associated \vilh minor functional disturbances Buy now! New sue, tablets 5(k. Liruiid Saturday for an eight weeks motor *' M a " d *'•"• Ul ° s s ' wcs < =« r >-" lllcf<: ' trip through the west. The itinerary of their trip will include Boulder Dam, Salt Lake City, and a tour from San Diego, Gal,, up the Pacific coast, with stops in all major cities, to Vancouver, B. C. Tlie return trip will be made over the northern route via Yellowstone Park. They were accompanied by Mrs. Rose SchmalnrHd, of Memphis. Miss Elizabeth Wallace left Pri- wlio live west of ivas taken to the Blylhcvlllc Stcclc. U' .L Sclino! P -T A c hos-j l "s la o*-nuoj I. i. n, I'" 8 ' !ltst wc <* pus Christ!, Texas;' 1 operation. ' Mr', and Mrs. Troy Me'theny, who M '.s. Emmctl Yates has rcturn- for many years have been in busl-! Kl lo lle1 ' llomc '" Memphis niter for an appendix j Opens Book Campaign her Insl Friday for a brief sUiy •wltli Mr and Mrs. Worthy. •* * * Has Bridge 1'arlj- Tor Four Visitors j * The last of n scries of inlcresl- ing affairs given ]ast week for Mrs. Josiali Fort and Mrs. Donald Graccy of Clarksville, Te;in., Mrs. Otto Kochtitzky of ColinnbuB, Miss., and Mrs. W. B. Tanner of Helena, was tlio bridge luncheon given Saturday by Mrs. A. G. Little. She also had members of the Thursday Luncheon'club and Mrs. James H. Bell, sister of Mrs. Fort anil Mrs. Tanner. Her country home, "Foil-fields," was decorated In old fashioned flowers , and the plantation idea •was carried out in the inenu. A blue bowl of ragged robins was the centerpiece for the dining t»- t>!e and colorful bouquets of iris nnd petunias filled the living and sun rooms. Mrs. Ross D. Hughes won the high score prize and high among the out of town guests went to Mrs. . Gracey. Both received bud JUcrealion Club Has'.Wcincr '{taut A v.emcr. roast was given Friday night at Walker park; for the west end boys and E^rls, winch Former sturtonts of William Wood college, Pulton, Mo., liad a luncheon Saturday at the Hotel Noble when Dr. n. o. Harmon, president of the college, was the guest of honor. It. was. decided to have this affair once each year and Miss Mnrjoric Doyle, of Osceoln, was elected chairman for Ihe next meeting. Tlie luncheon \ v ns in- the Bine Room, which had been decorated in spring flora's. During the serving of the menu Miss Until Rho:l=s gave a tup dance wlih Miss Knth- eryn Grear at the piano. Dr, I[ar- I mon spoke Informally of the school and its students and' urged them to have meetings together. Guests were: Dr. Harmon. Miss Eivera Hart of Holcomb, Mo., Miss Marcelcne Price of Kctmett. Misses Mntcl and Irene McFarlar.d of Campbell, Mrs. w. p. Cooley of Joiner. Sirs. G. H. Anderson, Mrs. J. D. Ellis and,Mrs. V. w. Tcn- koiT of Maiden. Mrs. A. D. Parker, Mrs. Tom Ragsctnle and Mrs R. E. Kennedy, of Msmphis, Mrs! R. W. Butbr. Mrs. Tom Collis and Mrs. John Thwcatt of Luxora, Mr.s. J. M, Mastirs of Dcering. Miss Rulh Taylor of Poplar Bluff. Mta Marjorie Doyle of Osceola and Miss Dorothy Goodrich of he; • • « Son Horn. Jcwith Society Knlcrlains. All Osceola members of the Jewish AW society attended a benefit party held last night in the homes of Mrs. Max IJorowsky and Mrs. William Borowsky at Manila for (he benefit of Temple Israel in niyltiCTille. Mr. and. Mrs. Theodore Slack of Sikcston, Mo., were guests of Mr. ami Mrs. R. M. Fletcher Saturdnj* evening. " , Miss Catherine Harwell went to Ulythcville Saturday to act as one of the judges in the district literary and music contests. Mrs. W. T. Pate left, yesterday for a week's visit with her mother in Cincinnati. Vance Carlwrlghl drove to Memphis today to meet his niece, Mrs Roger Poitras of New York city wt:o will visit 'relatives here'for several weeks. Kelson Segraves and Mrs. B. A. ness in Manila, have moved t.T Par- asou!:l where they will make their home in the future. Mrs. Ida Carpenter has as her guest her sister. Mrs. Manilla King, and her brother. Caleb Smith, of Lawrenccburg, Tenn. Benny jrpmHsr, who is attending law school in Memphis, Tenn.. is spending a few days will) Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Pendlcr. Miss Zola Miller of Hornersville. Mo., spsnt the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Milbr In Manila. S!ie had !>« i-;r ~ii-«'. for the week end Miss Wllma Mins- ley. also of Hornersvillc. C. W. Tiplon, owner of the theater here, left Sunday for Topeka. Kan., to enter the S. E. A hos- pltal. . : ' ; ana Mrs. Mflx D . Mi|| cr . "formorly of htre and now of Helena, Mrs Miller an^ baby are at Helena. spoiLwred by Airs. Ellen Ac- A ion lvas l)orn ycslfrdav to Miton, assisted by Giiy Oean. """ "" " ~ O , v) V Garden rilgrimagc Planned, for Tuesday In observing "Better Homes Week" in BIytheviile, members of the Woman's club will have a garden pilgrimage Tuesday afternoon, beginning at 2:30 o'clock, which mil be preceded by a plant, exchange. > Mrn J D. Barksdale is chair- Stecle-Gooter Society — Personal C. E. Miller spent Saturday in Cape Glrardcan, attending the Southeast Missouri track and field meet. Archie Richard and sister. Miss Vcnm, and Miss Nina Brooks spent Saturday In Memphis. Mrs, I. M. Grecr and daughters, Misses Laura and Louise, of Harrisburg, Ark., silent the weekend in Steele as guests of visit here with her parents, Mr. ind Mrs. T. w. Whitfield. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Grin Troy, Tenn.. are guests O f relatives here. Mrs. John Wharton and children of Joncsboi'o, Ark., arc | guests of the former's parents,i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blackborn. Mrs. Eva Foy of Dawson Springs. Ky., is Ihe. guest of her brother, John It. Morgan and family. ;Mi-5. Maude Miller of Chicagr| Is the guest of her son, Charles Miller. Mr, and Mrs. Dcwey Ynrbrough are the parents' of a girl, born at their-home April 16. Tlie baby has been given the name of Gin- '6er,Ann. ' 1 Srfrs. Anna Smith has returned lo her home in Osccoia, Ark., after visit hero with her daughter, •Irs. V. L. Blackwell, who is now able to be up following an opera- .ion. ; Mrs. Joe Russell, who Is in the: 1 Memphis Methodist hospital, Is! recovering rapidly from a recent operation and is expected home \-ithin a few days. , , .. Mr.- nnd Mrs. A. D. Abcninthy, Mrs. Will Michic and Mrs. Walter Michic spent Saturday in Cupel Glrarcieau. i Earl Young left last week Chilllcotlie. Mo., where The annual book drive, sponsor: cd by the Junior-Senior Higl Fchcol .Parent-Teacher Assocla F 'lion, .began today with Mrs. W. C Iji&ginson in charge. Books of fiction, biography and references are badly needed the library. Anyone caring to contribute any of these may take :m to tile school or notify Mrs. Kigeinson, who will call for them. Thorne drove to Trenton, Tenn., and Mrs. H. A. Spencc. yesterday for the tatter's mother. ! A son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Sherrod Segraves. who will i..-.. visit here for several weeks. li.*"™ COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE I'hanc 105 MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP Plantation Rivalry Grows HONOLULU (UP) —Rivalry ttill civ! for the biggest plantation in Hawaii or even the mainland j itself. The purchase by the Ko- I hala Sugar Company of the Niu-! till Mill and Plantation properties for more than SLOOO.CUO gives it a plantation of ranks as the the- islands. Phone 886 or 888 24 Hour Wrecker Service And Garage Work Body & fenders A Specialty BARNETT AUTO • SALES 1 STOP n WITH Alka-Seitzer Docs Headache "slow you down?" You arc n rare exception it it does not. One or two tnblcls oli ALKA- SELTZER in a glass of water makes a pleasant alkalizing solution that ; usually brings relief in just a few minutes. ALKA-SELTZER is also recommended for Gns on Slnnmch. "Morning After", Acid indigestion. Calils, a;:: 1 . 3!i:sc::l;ir Pains. Vou will liko ( thc tnngy Ilavor rntl the results when you take Alkn-Scllzcr. Alka-ScJlzcr, when dissolved in water, contains an analgesic, (Sodium Acelyl-Salicyl- ats). In addition. -*ie alknlizinfl agents in Alka-Seli.zer hc^p to re- licvc those everyday disorders associated with hypsr- -,, acidity. Small pad;agc .V) With Alice Briuly, Ian Hiuit- (.'i 1 and Olivia dc Havillwul Also raniinoiinL Ncv.s. Mickey -Mouse Cartccii with ''Donald Duck 1 ' anil Musical Short —Admission- lUalmce—10 & 2(ic Night—Hi & JOc 12,000 acres that second largest in ion of niylhcvilk- Is sponsoring an extract sale. 1'rocectls for child welfare work. Your orders itpnrci:iii(c(l. Miss'Cora Lee Colcman, President. Will buy 24'/, acres of land in corporate limits —located 'on Frisco U. K. between'Oil Mill and Canning Factory. West Memphis, I'hone Gl Ark. With Don and Aiin Splhern Also .Selected Shorts —Admission— Matinee—10 <fc 20'c Nijiit—10 & 3Cc Admission—Always 10 & 2fic Matinees Friday, Saturday. Sunday SIiciv Every Night. Friday ami Sunday Matlncts Start a! 2:15. Saturday Matinee at 1:15 Mr. and Mrs. Prccl Patterson anil lamity visited relatives in Tennessee ! ycslcrdav. There arc H534 miles of rail- , ways in the Union of South Africa. KNITTING YARNS FREE INSTRUCTIONS New spring and summer yarns Latest Styles Classes, Friday, 2:30 P M .MIES. I.ESUE HOOPER' 110U Chickasawba Phone 192 that costs only about I cent a dose CONSTIPATION is an enemy of pleasure. It dulls your enjoyment of the best entertainment and the best friends. ... To neglect constipation is to Invite serious trouble. For your health's sake, take Black-Draught at tlie first sign of constipation. You'll soon feel better. ... Here is a laxative that is purely vegetable, • prompt, and reliable. Try it I ''Our do l lii-s look so nuu-J) belter now since we send ilivm to I he NuWa." HOLLYWOOD GIVES YOU fl HEW STAR ... IN HCTIOfTS BOLDEST ROMflHTIC ADVENTURE V „ You'll be plcasnnllj wninibcd at the \vhiluuss of your clot lies after we've laundered them . . . We not only Kc ( them absolutely clean but lin- isli them fieatilifully. QUALITY LAUNDRY SERVICE Hume ISO AGAIN NORGE LEADS! © TERMS AS L(W AS A DAY Now Norgc brings you the greatest improvement in home refrigeration since the first Rollator. Flexible interior arrangement! You can meet every food storage requirement in au instant — change the shelf arrangement — every day if you wish. Most Deluxe Norgc Rollalor Refrigerators can be arranged in 9 different ys.' Sec llic great new 1937 Norgc tod ay I The Rollatoi, still further improved, is now more economical than ever—even mote powerful. Be sure the refrigerator you buy is a genuine Norge Ro/!a[cr Refrigerator. 1'honc 233 -T. W. Adams, Mgr. Main j ANTON V/ALBROOK \Yith ELIZABETH ALLAN, MflRGOT GRSHAME, fiKIM TfiMIROFF, ERIC BLORE, FAY BAIHT£R RKO RADIO PICTURE Olrtcltd by Gtoigt Kicboin. Jr. A PtnJio S. Seimto t ,j, due t±°_<2. Also Fox Movietone News rtiid Comccly 2 Adi'its ArUnilteH frr Price fcf I All Cliindrcn— lOc COLUMBIA PICiURt Also Selected Shorts irt

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