The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 14, 1931
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FAQK TWO. BLYTHBVILLE, (ARKJ COURIER NEWh Society Calendar Friday .Mrs. 'Alley B. Jones !s liavliis a bridge parly. ' The music department ol the Wo- jnan's club Is meeting at the club The altar society ot the Churcli .of tbotlmmaculatc Conception will liaveMt^bencflt bridge and rook party a Fine home ol Mrs. Paul Grcen- Fine As Silk ClulT Entertained. Mrs. A. C. Ward was hostess to the ;itfe\v Wednesday Bridge club this .week. Garden flowers adorned - her apartment- and there was also ail attractive note to color In tho lee Bourse served. Mrs. Riloy B. Jones won . the prize; a black vase. * * * Clab'llas GufsU. :• 'Mrs..E. J. Browne and Mrs. W. P. Vta'zey jr., were guests of Mrs. . Hubert Potter yesterday when she .. also entertained the 'Malinet Con-; tract club at her new lx>:ne on Hol. ly street. - Powder went to Mrs. JoiTvoir Alinen for the high score prize amonj 'the club members and the guesl : award, imported soap, was won b) :Mrs. Veazey. Tho Hostess served tomatoes stuf- . fed with.a vegetable salad, potato ••"chlp£ s £and<dcl>e5 and coffee. }£ * * .' To Graduate. Miss Jane Buck, daughter of Mr. .-. and Mrs. C. M. Buck, will be one of the four graduates of St. Mary's at Memphis this year. 'Mr. and . Mrs. Buck, and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Carpenter will go dov. p :i for the commencement- exercises to be held . May 30. Miss Buck, who hns been in school there for two years while also studying dancing, will take an advanced course in dancing this .: summer at Memphis prior to opcn- •'• ing a studio here "next-'full. . • *. • To Present Fuceanl. ./'. .The Woman's Auxiliary of the : First Presbyterian church will cel- - ebrate-its birthday Monday evening Vwlth a pageant, to be given at the - church auditorium at 7:45 o'clock, r Mrs. c. H. Babcock Is in charge of the' production. Theje will be two scenes, the first /.laid In Africa', where the church has missionaries-at'work, and the scc- . ond, in America. An, array of talent has been as, semblcd for the program lo which • the public-Is cordiaTTsninvfted ' . ; • • . '..Have'lnncheon Mettlny ;•;- Mesdames otto Koclitltzky ••, George R.' Crockett and J. A. - -•.- leech: were hostesses to 16 numbers 'of the P. E. O. chapter for a -.• -luncheon meeting Thursday at the home of Mrs. Leech/ ; .Yellow tea.roses were gathered '• into baskets lor' the decoration of -. the j£ble arranged for the menu -. served in buffet fashion. In»Hhc program which followed ;•:. Mrs. B. A. Lynch ws^Jeader of the discussion "Laws Women Should Better Understand." "- .' * • * Entertains With A Dinner Party ' • Miss Willie A. Lawson, county superintendent, was hostess to the , 25 members of the Sunerintend- . ents and Principals group of the Mississippi County chapter of the . Arkansas Education Association, i . Jast evening for a dinner at the j .': Hotel Noble. [v . Early summer flowers formed .. colorful centerpiece for the ban;••; quet table with tile same pastel shades seen in the four course men served. Osceola Society—Personal THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1931 Above, Marian Walsh, • Iradtrur, candidate In the new election; below, EUtn Palmer, who was disqualified after alleged billot box came to Ujht. No BY JOAN SAVOY NBA Service Writer matter how extensive your spring wardrobe has been, when hot weather sits down on us you will need one of' those featherweight silk suits. Prints conic iq again with hot tiays. There is nq.denylng their utility. A*:! printed' suit stnys frcsli looking lwjc<vas long as a plain one. Alul there's'no getting nromid tlieli 1 charm, either, provided you are! fnrslghtcd enough to get a print that won't tire you. Conventionalized prints are far more satisfactory for these utility suits Iliiin flora! prints. Good old polka dotSj whatever makes UJT the dot, Just can't be beaten And some of the modified little checks and btripes—each made of dots or flecks of color—are enlivening and wear well on the eyes. • * » Two different types of silk suits are popular right now. each having ts advantages. A smart blnck and white printed suit (left) has an ovcrblouse of white crejic that iclls and then fits do\vn over the ilps like a, skirt yoke. It has a re- strained scarf collar, with the ends slipping 'under a cross-bar of the goods. The skirt Ins inverted pleats, Newly elected officers of the High School I'arcnt-Tcachers Association were installed at Hie last meeting of the year yeslerday afternoon as follows: Mrs. E. 8. chiles, president; Mrs. 1). P. Crouch, vice president; Mrs. J. D. Smith, secretary, and Mrs. A. 3. Rogers, treasurer. The installation ceremony was conducted by Mrs. M. L. Sumnera who also contributed to the program a report ol the recent national P. T. A. congress meeting In Hot Springs, Ark, Twtjnty members were In attendance. 4 * « Mrs. W. J. Sheddan yesterday afternoon entertained the two table bridge club to which she belongs together with an extra table of guests, which Included Mesdames Lalah Swift, H. A. Bchrens, James Driver, W. J. Driver Jr., Charles Lowrancc jr., and Miss Emma Cox. High score club prize was won by Mrs. Charles Colempn, Mrs. James Driver won high score guest prize, and Mrs. Charles Lowrance Jr., cut consolation favor. Delicious refreshments were 'seijved tn two courses following the game. * '• ' ft:-v Mrs". C. B. Pcrrin entertained the literary department ol the Os- flla Womcns -PiogreislVL- club athcr home here Tuesday aftrcnoon. The lesson taken from a new text, "The English Speaking Nations," was led by Mrs. L. S. Mitchell with Mrs. I'errin, Mrs. C. M. Harwell and Mrs. R. ~H. Jones taking parts on tile program. A delicious plate lunch was served following the afternoon's program. The next meet- Ing will lie held nest, Tuesday af- ernoon at tlio home of Mrs. J. B. 3unn with Mrs. K. H. Jones as eader. Mrs. P. p. Jacobs and Mrs. John \V. Edrjngioii are attending the meeting of the Forrest City Dlstricl Federation ol Womcns Clubs in Trumanti today. Mrs. Jacobs is vice . spaced wide apart, and the Jacket hns fascinating culls that button on with black and white buttons. You blouses can have a couple of and sets ot cuffs for this , Class Meels At the monthly meeting of the suit and It is a clilc standby for town, work, travel. The second kind of suit Is the frock ' and Jacket, both of print This is not so universally becoming as n touch 01 while on the ether, but far more practical for you don't have your white blouses to wash eternally. One uf these is very smart In a brown and white print, a conventionalized big dol) miulc up of tiny conventionalized floral designs and a background ot the same in brown with whit: Ilowcrs. Tile, dress has a sailor collar cut wide that falls in rippling Jabot clfcc-1 and ties in front. There Is; intricate banding on the skirl yoke and on the cufls of the jacket The skirt is pleated below the yote, flaring just above the knees, u cut likely to be "preferred by the majority of silk suit skirts. president of the federation and Mrs. Edrlngton is representing both the Mississippi County Federation and the Osceola Progressive club She la president of both organizations. Rev. 0. E. Welch, pastor of the First, Baptist church of Osceola, ab UTTLt GM7DtM -"RUSTIC -WID&&- •oaiiunled by Misses Lucille an<l 3orlmic Welcli and Lyinan Slied- lan are tittending the Southern Baptist convention in Birmingham, Ala., this week. They ex|>cct to re- urn Saturday. Also attending the onvention arc Rev. and Mrs. Manwarring of Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Webb ac- :onipanled by their small niece, Bll- le Fain Sheddan, spent yesterday n Memphis. . : Mr. and)Mrs. H. H. Johnson of Memphis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jones the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Modrell of Indianapolis, Ind., were business visitors here the early part of the week. Mrs. Milton Pope Is spending the week in Little Rock the guesl ol her sister, Mrs. W. E. Johnson, and Mr. Johnson. W. I'. Quinn of Little Rock is visiting relatives here this week. Dr. W. J. Sheddan attended the meeting of the Northeast Arkansa: Medical association in Paragould yesterday where he read a paper on "Tularemia," based on his successful experience in treating this comparatively rare disease. He was accompanied by Dr. H. L. Johnson of Dasselt. Mrs. Homer L. Quinn is spending the week in Wuifleld, La., the guest of Mrs. R. S. Wilson jr., and Mr. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bowen, Mrs. L.; D. Massey, Mrs. D. S. Laiiey .-'and Misses Eva Montague and Mary Catherine Ward attend- :d funeral services conducted for Mr. A. S. Bradsher in Harrisburg Tuesday. Mr. Dradslier was the ather of Mrs. O. E. Mnsbcngill )f Osccola. intertains at Manila for Osceola Guest MANILA, Ark.— Miss Frances ?endler entertained with three ta- ales of bridge yesterday afternoon ' for her guest, Miss Freda Nickols of Osccola. The hoine was decorated with roses and lerns. A delicious ice course was served at the ] close oE the party. Sandy liidye ncnic Smith of Hlylhevilb siKnl Saturday night with Raymond Enbanks. Mrs. Joe Ellis and children ol Uurdettc were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vining, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Hojjan of Luxora visited Mr. and Mrs. McGarrity, Chinese Ban Western Dancing as Immoral PE1PING. (UP)—Chinese oll'iclah in Hiipeh province, of \vhich Har.- kow is tho principal city, linvc bzen | forbidden to indulge in western dances, according [0 an olflcbl order. The order states western dancing is immoral. .' '' ' Whittle visited Mark- Chinese officials in I'eiping hop?'. Treva Jones Entertains Yarbro Booslers Club Sunday. Hubert Gaines at Promise Land, Sunday'.":""' crt!cr vvi11 not sn ' vc as a mcdel.,, Miss Aline Voss was the guest ol llerc - Wes'.c-rn dances have licccino Miss Vining, Saturday. | very pcpulnr hore. and several Hubert Hardy of Jiulcvlllc, Miss.,! dancc-halU have opened v.ith Chi- YARBRO— The Auspicious Booster club of the Yarbro school was entertained r.t a party given by Miss Treva Jones, treasurer ot the club. Games were played and refreshments were served. The rooms were decorated with roses and poppies. A few of the -1-H club members' parents were present. Some of the out of town guests were Marie Collier, Victoria Thompson, Onic Murdough, Edward B. Cirken, Al- betr Sanders and Alton Hood. A carefully protected tribe of apes inhabits the Uock of Gribral- tar. They are practically tame and have a chief that is known about the garrisons Bit* of News Mostly Personal T. E. L. Sunday schoorclass ol tho First Baptist church last evening, in the class room,-Mrs. C. G Hires was In charge of the devotional. She used for the Biblical reference, Ilic fourth chapter o Luke.v supplemented with a reading "Frail-Humanity." Mrs. H. B. Harriett and Mrs Charles Newcomb offered prayers following the business session. * .* * To Give Program On life'of Shubert M the meeting of the Music department of the Woman's club tomorrow afternoon Mrs. o. E. Atkinson will be leader ot a program on Shubert, beginning at 2:30 o'clock. These n umbers will be '.heard • talk "Shuherfs Life," Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons; voice solo "Who Is Sylvia?" Mrs. J. E. Critz; Piano selection "Selections From Unfinished , Symphony," Mrs. Marvin Chappelle: violin solo "Ava Maria," Mrs. W. L. Horner: piano number" .Impromptu," Miss Lillian ; Briscoe; talk "Appreciation of Shubert," Mrs. B. A. Bugg; piano .BOlo "March -.Militaire," Mrs. R. A Moore; "Serenade," Mrs. Paul L TipUm and Mrs. George M. Lee. . Birth of Son Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hill, who Max Logan will leave Friday for Fiiyettcvillc wlwro he will visit at the University ol Arkansas. Raymond Lovelace Is a patient at the Memphis Baplisl hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Pleas Sccoy and Mrs. Sccoy's bro'.hcr, Carlelon IJo- hannlng. will leave today for Louis ville, Ky., where they will visit. Mrs. Secoy's mother and also attend the Kentucky Derby. Mrs. J. L. Guard, Mrs. C. M. Buck and daughter, Mrs. Francis Cariwnter, accompanied by Mrs. Ted Lewis of Los Angeles, Cal., and Mrs. Earl Brannon of Equality, 111., went to Cairo, 111, ycslerday. Mrs. 3rannon and Mrs. Lewis were rc- lurning to Equality after spending week with Mr. and Mrs. Guard and family. Ralph J. Baker will go lo Louisville, Ky., today for the Kentucky Derby. E. C. Pa It on, Oscar Hardiuvay, Dick Ryons and C. E. Atkinson arc attending to business in Memphis today. B. F. Gay, who has been seriously ill from heart trouble for several days, wns taken to the Gart- iay-Ramsey hospital at Memphis last night. He was :.-:r.:-.ipa:i:"-l by Mrs. Gay and her brother, lioland Green. The Rev. and Mrs. George W. Pylesre'urneQ to their home in Fort Smith yesterday alter a visit with Mrs. A. M. Butt and family. Mrs. Walter M. Card of Wilson. :r home in Newport yesterday after spending several days with her sister, Mrs. E. 0. Patton, and family. W. M. Scrubs, of Memphis, Is ,i business visitor in the city. Mrs. May L. Aldrldge and her brother, of Chicago, are visiting in Osceola today. Mrs. J. D. Bomm, ot Osceola, is in the city today. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shecley, of Slecle, were in Blythcville yesterday. Mrs. J. R. Stovall will go to Ca- rulhcrsvllle spend the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rawls. Mutt, Monaghan Jr., is a business visitor in Memphis. The Rev. Alfred S. Harwell, pastor of the First Baptist church, in Birmingham, Ala., attending the Southern Baptist convention. Ha will return Saturday. Jewelry Gifts for the Boy or Girl Graduate , You'll Find a Complete Selection at • Prices Exceedingly Low at GUARD'S JEWELRY IICEC girls as dancing partners. Of- . fielals are eagjr patrons ol thsso night clubs. visited relatives here last week. Mrs. W. R. Bevill nrade n short visit with relatives hi Mississippi ast week. Sile was accompanied ionic by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hardy. Ted and George Hollingei 1 of Aixora were guests of John How- rcl, Friday night. Mrs. Eddie Baker has returned._„ ._ after several weeks visit, with her your skin' with 'the new wond2rful- ianghler In Indiana. Face Powder MF1.LO-O1.O used Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wright of'by so many beautiful wcnion. Its Jackson, Tenn., are visiting their! special tint and finish are so laughter. Mrs. Howard White Mr. White. spreads so smoothly. Fures! pow- MJddlc names were once illegal dcr mride and does not Irritate . in England. • ! your skin. —Adv. •', Women San ''i- It's Wonderful, Poor complexions and okl looking skins hick protection. Preserve iLii_n ; ^IJCLUH LiiJL ,»:iu iiiiuji I;LU cu and I youthful. MEL.LO-GLO slays on i io:i3er. prevents l;use pores, and WESTFIELD .Wrist Watches for Boys or Gids \ Good ll'(inking fj^fiC. Styles - - Dttr- $1) "•) able and Serviceable., ! 8 ! Hospital Notes Mrs. A. T. Douglass. Scnath. Mo., and Adolph Crafton. city, were dismissed from the Blythcville hospital today. live on Route three, have announced the birth of a son, Virgil :' Glenn, born May 3. Th: baby vcighed nine pounds at birth. Son Born Mr. and Mrs. Tom Drown announce the birth of a sou Wednes| :,day at the family residence, «1 'fjyarbro road. The baby, who ;. weighed ten and a halt pounds, ~':)M* bttn nune6 J, W. •, .--.*"• -• • " ' i will arrive today for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. liiley B. Jones, and Mr. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. O. Shonyo went to Memphis today for two days visit. Mrs. T. P. Johnson and daughter, Anna Marie, of ChafTce, Mo., arrived last night for a visit, with friends. William Lang and Louie Isaacs arc in Memphis today on business. Mrs. O. H. Hurley returned to Renew Your Health By Purification Any physic inn vriH toll yon that "Perfect Purification of the System is Nature's Foundation of Perfect Health'." * Why not rid yourself of chronic ailments that arc uudernritiing your vitality'.' Purify youv entire system l>y ta'k- inft n thorough course of Cnlotali?. —or.ce or twice a week for several weeks—and sec how Nature ic- wavcls you with health. Calotabs purify the bloo<i by activating the liver, kidneys, slor.iach and bowels. In 10 cts. and 3.'i i-t* Packages. All dealers. (Adv.) ONE LARGE CASE OF GIFTS You'll Jind a large assortment 01 Gifts in this case suitable for lioys or Girls . . . CHOICE Smart Rinirs o Hirtfistones, Signets and Fraternal Rings in While. V ( -l- lo\v or Green Gold Mountings. d&Q CA |>D.5u up SchaiTcr Pens and Pencils Individual Pieces or Complete Sets. Doxcns of Styles from which to select. $2.75 to $10 Leather Goods of All Kinds Walpolc Eleelric Shop Fans Cleaned and Repaired Phone 314 Beautiful Assortment of New Compacts GUARD'S JEWELRY Moderate Priced Gifts In Our Complete Gift Depatment n •, • v i M & for the You'll le-Delighted with these NEW FROCKS Silk i'irnic Moire. Crrjw Silk Kalii.r Urofadctl riaiti Crrjw jinVed extremely low lliry hiivi; loads of .stylo the material* ;iro very jrood. Sleeveless styles . . some with jackets, deal fur liotj weather wear. THE NEW YORK STORE Elgin - Bulova - Illinois - - • Waltham - - Strap am! Pocket WATCHES Styles for Hoys and Girls Low In Price

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