The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 7, 1931
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PACK TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER KEWt> THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1931 Society Calendar Friday The Dorcas Suuday school class ot the First Baptist church Is meeting at the home of Mrs. W. B. Marshall with Mrs. S. J. McDearman and Mrs. J. M. Fowler as hostesses. The Sas Kak Tin Rook club is meeting with Mrs. Theodore I.o- gau. Saturday Miss Peggy McKeel Is entertaining the .Saturday Night Supper club. Theve will L\i a free story hour at the library for children at 10:30 o'clock. Sunday There will be a Mother's Day program at the-Temple Isiacl ns i part:ol the installation service 10 the B'nai B'rilh lodge. Mrs. Charles Elkins Miss Beatrice Harris .Weds Mr. Charles Elkins Announcement, lias been made ot trie marriage ot Miss Beatrice Harris; formerly ol here and now of West Point, Miss., to Mr. Charles F. ElWns, of this city. Tlie wedding \vcu solemnized at Marion November 23. ?.!f; Elkins has gone to Point' vhcrc lie and his bride will reside for the present. Tiie' wedding announcement Is of much interest in this city. Mrs. Eikins, who is the daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Edgar O. Harris, lived here -for several years. When a senior In the city high school she ' was .named the nrjltlesl nnd sweetest girl In school. Her Inter - education was obtained at Galloway Woman's college al Searcy and ' Blue Mountain College, Blue Mountain, Miss. A musician ol note, 'slie was teacher of piano In a Tale county, Miss., school for the past year. The'bridegroom, who is the son of Mr.- James H. Elkins of tills city and Mrs. Eva Elkins of Wilson, ' : attended llcndrix-Keiidcrstln college al Conway after having bcenVU student In the city, high school: _ .1.1 ; '. * * * Proerams Given In Observing Music IV w*. National Music week, being observed tlu-oughont (lie Unltct StatesUhis week with special pio- ' grams; 1 , has been Uie Inccnllvc loi severa^interestlng programs in thi: city. •;•: Tlis 5 American Legion Auxlllnr of th^-Dud Cason post sponsor" the musical presented by local mil siclaus" Sunday afternoon at th First'Baptist "church for ils pro ject. ; These musicians are glvin a series of Sunday afternoon con certs- during the spring months. In'the schools Miss Mary Emm Hood, director of public scliool m sic in junior high, arranged tlirei programs. The nnnl of llicse will ba hi.the form of a pageant Friday morning, 10 o'clock, on the school-campus. Local talent com- prised'pne program and Ihe second, given "yesterday, was by students who depicted the various kinds ol music '. as studied in their course. Roscos Morris was in charge of a special assembly in the Sudliury elementary sclicol featuring the National Music Week. ' Having Party. Mrs.-Den Cooper is entertaining . with .'a bridge, parly this evening al her home on Davis avenue. V » » * Club lias Gucsls. Mrs. G. O. Caudlll and Mrs. W. P. Veazcy jr., were guests of Mrs. P. B. Joyner yesterday when she also entertained the new Wednesday Bridge club. The' club prize, a card table, went to Mrs. Dixie Crawford, nnd high score prize among the guests, two linen towels, was awarded Mrs. Veazey. The hostess served a salad with sandwiches, cakes and coITce. Bits of News Mostly Personal Harold Johnson, son of Mr. ant lowell, Mary Josephine McGregor, Nell Turner, Helen Toole, Lillian Florida, Rose nubenslein, Lavcrnc Schurlock. Robert Clillei, Jce Bowen, Jeltle Driver, Guy Kubcnsiein ind Howell Thoinason. Beatrice, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Edgar O. Usher of (he Blylhevllle Courier News, is the Elkins, son ot Postmaster J. H. Elkins Harris, former iiub- brldc of Charles F. ot this city. Mrs. Norman Johnson, Is 111' a Ihc Hlylhcrfll; hospital from imcu monlii. Mrs. Clllford Cavilt went to Lnte, Ark., tuitny for a visit with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Caldwcll. Mrs. F. A. Rogers Is a patient at the Memphis liapilsl hospital. Oscar Hunlaway has returned from St. l-ouls where ho attended to biiblncss lor iy short lime. E. M. Holt has returned from Crosslowi, Newport and Cooke- vlllc, Temu where he spent a week's vacation, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thomas have us Ilielr iiue;;ls today Mrs, Waller Lewis H ml son. Frank, Mrs W. K. Dnldftln. Mrs. Edwin Thomas and baby, all of Memphis. They will lie accompanied home t.hls af tcrnoon by M.-s. K. W. Exum, mo llier ol Mr. Thomas, who has been vlstlliuj here since Tuesday. Mrs. Willie M. Cox, who has beei critically 111 nt the Blyllievlllo hos pltn) for several weeks, Is now sllglilly improved, Her daughters Mrs. David Byler and Mrs. J. Maddox, of Memphis, have bee with her moss of iho lime. The Rev. K. K. Lallmer, pastor of the First Christian church'who is rociijivralSng from a nervous breakdown at Altkcn, S. C., is improving slowly. He expects to return home wllliln a few weeks. Mrs. F. U Joyner and children will leave Sunday for Okcmah, Okla., where lliey will spend sev- eial weeks with Mrs. Joyner's mother. A. C. Ward Is able lo be out following a tonsllectomy. Mrs. Ward accompanied him lo Memphis where ttie operation was performed. Mrs. Virgil Greene and daughters, Misses Elizabeth and Evelyn Ulylhe, spent yesterday In Memphis. Mcsdamcs C. W. Afflick, Otto Kochtitzky, Ueorge W. DlllahuntJ and Leslie Hooper have returned from Hot Springs where Ihey at. tended the annual meellng of Ihi National Congress of Parents Teachers. ilylheville Pastor Give Baccalaureate Ser- mou Sunday, May 24. OSCEOLA, Ark., May 7.—Begin nlng tomorrow evening wlih presentation of the senior play, "Anne What's-Her-Nnme," Osceola high school commencement exercises will Arizona TuurUt Tr.ide CalnS j cent more foreign cars enlcml Arl-;.-' PHOENIX, Arizona. <UP) — The-zoiiE. ills first (Hiailer of this year tourist business 13 improving, Judg- • ihiin did for the coirisponding per- I ,ng from records kept by Ihe dc-iicd a year ago. 'Ihc tolal was 54,- *. [jariinent of horticulture and agrl- j 158 automobiles. culture winch checks the arrival of | all cars In the state. Three per' Courier News Want Ads Pay. : Katharyn Great- Wins Honors in National Event be concluded with presentation of diplomas to fifteen graduates on ic evening of May 23th, when the Miss Kathryn Grcar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, G. 11. Grear, who | is a student at Galloway College at Seavcy, has lx>en awarded second j honors In ti national theme writ-' ing contest. She received $100. O[ ' ^i§ •=3SS=i- 32 awards made throughout, | United Stales Miss Carolyn Oinir.cncement address will be dc- vcred by Representative W. J. ! )rlvcr of Osceola. The Junior-Senior banquet sched- Icd for the evening of May I5'.h nd lo be held in the domestic scl- icc department ol the school, will be only one of a number of in- ormal social affairs In which the graduates will participate. Miss ilartha Wellman. Junior class spon- or. is supervising arrangements for Hie banquet. The baccalaureate sermon will be delivered from Uie pulpit of the Firsl Baptist church here on the morning of May 24th by'the Rev Marsh M. Callaway, pastpr of the Kirsl Presbyterian church of Bly- thcvllle, and the annual student recital presented jointly by music pupils ol Miss Catherine Harwcl and expression pupils of Miss Nai Frances Warren will be given ii the high school auditorium on 111 1 evening of May 26th. Tlio graduating class this yea Includes five boys and ten girl: Rnmellc Welnberg is valcdlcloria and Beatrice Rose Is salutatoriai tninclle Welnberg has also bee warded the highest honor thai ca m given a student—thai of bes ill round senior. Thu award is mad by the faculty to a candidate firs liosen by the class and Is based on diool loyally and achievement. Ordinarily, Ihe faculty has the task ol deciding between several candidates nominated by the class. Ranelle Welnberg's eleclion this year unanimous, no other candidate jeing selected. Beatrice Ross, who was previously honored by the student body ith the title ol most intellectual girl in school in the annual Who's Who conlest, will be salutartorian o! Uie class and olher graduates are Mary Brbikley, Fannie Lucy Haley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Halye, who also altemis Gallo- ay, won one of the $10 prizes lor | onorable mention. The second prize and seven prlz- s of $10 each were won by stu- enU of Galloway col!-:«c. 'Hie oiliest, siwnsored by Ihe cam- ilttcc on International justice and ood will of the Federated Council f Ihe Churches ol Christ in Am- rlca was for college students Mily. The subject of Uie essay for he Van Loan prize was "Clirist nd World Fellowship." Both girls graduated fiom the ily high school last year. WILL DICE D. A. R. Chapter Plans Ceremony at Highway Intel-section Near Manon His Clnb. Mrs. W. It. Minyard was hostess to tbel'Wednesday Bridge club this week when sho also had ns her guests Mrs. Lawrence Foley and Miss Mary Louise Taylor. — Hosiery went to Mrs. E. C. Patton for the club gift and the guest- prize, - cards, • was presented Mrs. Foley. Tomatoes, stuffed with tuna fish salad, cheese sandwiches and iced tea refreshed the guests. « * • Class to Meet. The Gleaners Suuday school class of the Church of the Nazarene will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. J. C. Criner, OSCF.ObA, Ark., May 1 — The bronze marker, sponsored by members of the William Strong Clv.ip- cr of the D. A* R. commemoral- ng establishment of the old mil- tary road . through Arkansas will be placed with filling ceremonies on I ho afternoon ot May 24th, at the intersection of Highways Cl and 1C, near Marlon. The announcement was made here yesterday by Mrs. F. P. Jacobs of Osceola, who has been chairman of tlio. finance committee lo raise funds for purchase of the marker, which, developed In bronze, has been set In a very flue grade of concrete at the hucrsec- I lion designated by Ihe chaplcr. Mrs. S. V. Neely ot Marion is chairman of the committee in charge ol arrangements for Ihc ceremony which will Include talks by ofllclals of slate wide prominence and outstanding members ol the D. A. R. orgaiilziilion. Boy Scout organizations of the two counties ot Mississippi r.nd Crittenden which are embraced in the membership of the William Strong Chapter, and members of womens organizations will be invited to attend and take part In the ceremonies. Group binglng \\iil be lend be mado prior to organizing lor tho year with a chairman In each school dlslrUt. Memberships will be solicited from clubs nnd individuals with all lliu money received lo be spent In Die comity. Fifty per ccnl will go into the local treasury and tho remainder Is to be cxix?nded for braces and other Individual needs for crippled children. Social service workers ot churches, clubs and Individuals will be asked to co-o|XMato In Ihe new work which will follow a meeting for Uie election of officers. This will be done at the same time Fort Smith, Van Buren nnd Texnrkana are being organized in the north western part of the stale I by John Fox, of Memphis, for a' PINCH of ^ j BLACK-DRAUGHT offer meals OUR line of "Freeman, fashion-built shoes have the brisk, jaunty patterns and smart appearance of foot-gear costing twice orv moderate prices, Your dollar has double style-value here* R. D. Hughes •& Co. Mrs. Harry Klrby was In Parn, gould yeslcrday visiting relatives W. B, Tanner attended to busl IKSS in" Osceola and Lake City yesterday. T. G. Seal has relumed from West Plains, Mo., where he attended to business for several days. Read Courier News want ads. CHIC similar work. Skin Like Velvet with New Powder No more ugly shine when you use MELLO-OLO Face 1'owdcr. New French process makes it stay on longer nnd prevents large pores. Smoothest, finest, purest noivdei known—ils coloring matter is approved by the United Slales government. Never dies Ihe skin Never makes complexion look pasty but always youthful. Try MELLO OLD. -Adv. : by Mrs. J. W. Edringtou of Osceol.i. Hospital Notes Mrs. C. A. Tillman, Tomalo. was dismissed from Ihe Blylhevillc hos- pilal loday. 'Ian County Survey of Crippled Children Activities ot the 'Mississippi County Society for Crippled Children for the early summer will include several interesting projects, according to announcement made | today by Mrs. James B. Clark, j county chairman. i A complete survey of crippled | children in this comity will Tirst NEURALGIC , HEADACHE: und ixiins can be relieve .1 id ;(rw mil iitnwiih CaiHidin«. Nolurniful ilru; to depress. lIcinK liquid it works in on are expressed in these Styles by The Bootery In New Spring Footwear —Suva -Cloth—Linens- Woven Leather. third time usually reunited !>>• oilier forms. Druggists approve il. Ym'll hr :\:-,.i:r<l al ilVoutcfc avtton. In 1<V. j-v. 6.v *n!cf. Or by l!:c ioK at Jt*i-\ fcutitat-*. Uiy it 1 ^% HICKS 1» Capudiw f fORHfAOMHES Woven SantUil — Sun-Tan—Dainty Strap, Cub;m Heel $8.50 "I liad tln-eo spells oE indigestion, one after an- otlier," writes Mr. Jolm M. Creps, 502 Charles Ave.. N. Cliarlolte. K. C. "1 suffered n lot of pain. -My li.icl nnil I lliLtl l^ilris ill lily .sl.nn:ic!l froiuciilly. R fill ll'r:.! my lire-Mil vv;is ( o[[' ia ir.y chest. I was bolti,:ml ll.lA W;LV for Ilbout ;t vo:n. A fil^n-l askotl mo to try l>y l.iklub' a finch ot Bliick-Dr;uii;l;C aflci e.u-!i meal jiml funnJ llut I ?oan Q-OI re- Wu !;eo|j UUck-IJr;iui;hl tlLC " HAT WILL A Way To Slop Attacks of Fit! Reports are received or an amazing trealment that epileptics state has proved successful In stopping their attacks. R. Lcpso, Apt. 62, 123 E. Wright, Milwaukee, Wise, has been supplying sullcrers with I this treatment. He now wishes to reach all thoso who have not been helped and to do so is making the startling oiler of a generous treatment free to all sulfcrers. 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