The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1931 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 21, 1931
Page 2
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. TWO (ARK.y OOURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1031 Society Calendar l\ " , Friday , The 1 . Sud bury school will have l!s fleeing exercises at 7:30 o'clock. - Tlie Woman's club Is meeting ai the club house for the Installation of officers. : : There will be a service at the ' Temple Israel at 7:30 o'clock. The Sas Nak Ra Rook club Is meeting at night with Mrs. J. S. Dillalmnty. Trotttr-Black Miss Jamsie Black, daughter of Mr. A, F. Black of Lake Providence, IA., and Mr. J. A. Trotter 'of this city, married last evening at tlie home of thc bridegroom's mother, Mrs. J. 13. Trotlcr, 120 East? Vine street. The Rev. A. T, Me Anally, pastor of the Church of g' e ville, Mo. the Nazarcne, iwrformed the ring, ceremony at seven o'clock before members of the families. rooms, in the card games Miss Ramellc welnbctg, of Osccola, von high score among thc ladles and received hare for the prize. A tic went lo Zeke Jledel for tho men's award nnd the low score gift,, went lo Bennlei Nichols, of Osceola. Thc guest of honor •ccelved lingerie. After refreshments of shrimp salad, cookies and Iced drinks were served, the guests enjoyed dnnc- Ing by radio music. The guests were: Misses Pauline, Sum nnd Mildred Lang, Joe Ap- plcbaum, Zeke Jicdel, Louis Isaacs and Mwscs Hulh Goldttrg, Rose Rubcmtcin, Mrs. Adolpli Weln- bcrg nnd daughter, Miss Itamclle, Miss Freda Nichols, Bennle Nkh- ols, llyman Wchiberg, Guy nnd Morris Kiibcnslcln, nil of Osccola, mid Miss Evil Bnrkowitz of Port- The bride, wlio made her home with her brolhcr, Mr. George Black, and family, 1>« lived here a number of years. Mr. Trotter is the local representative ot the Southern National Insurance company of Little Rock. They will make their home with the bridegroom's mother. Entertain for Guest • Mr. and Mrs. Ike. Miller entertained 16 young guests with n •.bridge party last, evening csiicci- ally for their houseguest, Miss Tena Levy, of Desloge, Mo. Peonies, la rose, white and pink, formed an attractive setting fcr the four tables arranged In two 1'ractlce l'l«e Charmed. The choir lor the baccalaureate service will practice Friday night, 7:30 o'clock, at the First Baptist church Instead of the city auditorium, according to announcement made today by Mrs. Paul I/. Tipton, who is In charge of the music for that occasion. • • • Boys Complimented With A Breakfast. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Barham entertained the boys of this year's graduating class who are members of the First Christian church, two oilier young graduates and the pastor, with a breakfast, this morning. In remembering the school colors of red and white there'was a bowl of red roses in n crystal bowl for thc centerpiece of the table attractively arranged for the delicious menu. Each guest's place was marked with n gill of handmade handkerchiefs with embroidered Initials. The guests were I. O. Westbrook, Cicorgc Matthews, Ben Hall, Harmon Hoblnson, Don Smith, Henry Davis and thc licv. E. K. Latlmcr. Mrs. llarham nnd daughter, Miss Gladys, recently complimented thc Uitls In the class who are members of this churcti and Miss Lillian IBrlscoc wllh a bridge break- last. Kudbury School Will Have Clo.ihiu Exercises. Parents and friends of studenls In the Sudbury elementary school are Invllcd lo the closing exercises Friday evening. 1;30 o'clock at the school auditorium. Charles A. Slubus, principal, hns arranged .a program of entertain nicnt, with these numbers: Musical pageant, Mother Goose's Garden, chorus, Jolly Farmer Lod and Lassies; Musical reading "Tho Old Family Album"; Pag cant, "In Honor of May"; Good Song, "Lullaby Lane". Clnl) Enltrtalncd, Tlie Matinee Bridge club me with Mrs. Joe Von Alinen Wed esday afternoon ut her home ir :ic McBrlde apartments. Mcs. Carroll Ulakemore won th Igh score prize, lingerie, In th onlracl bridge gtuucs. Thc hostess served Ice crcan with strawberries and cake. Linen r men footwear The Vogue for Summer New Arrivals in Natural Linen for Dress and Street Wear A Pump A Tie In natural linen, plain regent style, spike heel. Three eyelets, Uiucher, uliiin toe, box heel, natural linen. Both in AAA to C.Widthi Sport Oxfords With the Spirit nf Sport and Youth. In White and Hlack or Sand and Iteige. 11-8 Heel AA lo C Widths Style - - Quality - - And Foot Filling ' with a Feeling for Your Feet At Popujar Prices $4.95 Gordon Hose $1.00-* A Pair i Blylhcviile all lier life. She and cr twin sister, Marjorlc, frequent- i broadcast and have sung In pub- .c programs a number of times. The bridegroom, who Is the son if Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Cox of Oa- :eola. Is n student of the Osceola ilgh school. • V • ^uuiuJl To Meet. The preservation of food will be itudied by farm women of MLssls- ilpijl county who attend the mc:t- ng of the county council here Sat- irciay when Miss Ruby >.Mender lall, slal.o lood.nrcscrvation special. si, will be In charge. In addition to; tho officers of the various Women's clubs, who maki :ip the council, Invitations are be ing extended to any woman Inter estcd In Iho preservation of food It Is to he ;nn all day nicellng be [inning at, 11 o'clock, at the Wo man's club. Each woman Is aste lo bring a Jar of canned frul vegetables, pickles or preserves, t scored- In the morning Mis, Mendenhall will give a demonslra tlon on scoring canned products. The fair catalogue will also I discussed. , : 5; <f !• Miss Cora Lee Colemaii,"*county home demonstration agent, Is In charge of arrangements. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. S. L. Gooch, Mrs. Hex laopcr and Mrs. B.. Hooper, of Scnath, Mo., were guests at I lie Carries Watch That Saved Life Blylhcvllle hospital yesterday. Mrs. Edgar Peterson, Jr., of Jou- esboro, was a visitor In tlie city yesterday while attending the dis- rlct conference of the American Legion Auxiliary. Clarence Vollmer returned last night from Greenville, Miss., where ie attended to business for several days, Mr. and Mrs. Vlnlon Bass and Miss Doris Crowdcr have motored to Shrcveport, La., for a week's visit. ^ A. L. Oakes, who was seriously Injured when his automobile overturned a week ago while driving in Missouri, Is now much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph S:nilh returned lost night from Memphis where they spent, several clays. Mrs. Uan Stout, who has been quite ill, Is Ijctler today. Mike Saliba spent yesterday in Memphis wllh S. G. Suliba who Is 111 al thc Baptist hospital. He is now much improved, Mr. atid Mrs. Earl Buckley have us llieir gucsl this week Miss Helen Pols, cf Luxora. "S. C. Patlon and C. E. Atkinson .(tended lo business In Memphis cstfrday. Mrs. Joe D. Halbach and two o:is are six-riding the week-end n Crawfordsville, Ark., as guests if Mrs. Halbach's parents. Joe D. Halbach is attending to buslines In, Louisiana. Baptist Young People Will Meet at Manila MANILA, Ark.—Tlie Baptist Young Peoples Union of Mississippi county will meet at the Manila Baptist church Friday, May 29, for ti:e monthly meeting. The program will be sponsored by the Blythcvllle B. y. P. u. Manila -School to Hold Exercisei Tomorrow MANILA, Ark.—Manila high and grammar schools will close Friday with graduation exercises in thc afternoon. No elaborate program is planned, but there will be addresses by the Rev. W. W. Horn and the Hcv. 0. H. Bumpers. Bora Miller, Leonard Hodge, Jack Tipton and George Roach will receive diplomas from the twelfth grade. Those graduating from the eighth grade are Jean Shofncr, Esther McCormick, Billy Fox, Elaine Thompson, Anne Mac Vcrmillion, Opal Milllgnn, Sammle Moore, Battle Mae Phillips, Vernon Randies, William Edwards, Herbert Poc, Hoy Ashabran:ier, Herslicl Johnson, Earnest Giles, Geraldine Essig, Madge Key. Ekron News Noteg Mrs. Porter Smith had as her \ guest Monday and Tuesday Mrs. T. L. Tatc of Dell. Tom Norton had as his euesl Monday Herman Grcar of 40 and 8. Mrs. Tom Norton iind children were Hie guests o! Mrs. W. C. Stone Tuesday. . , : ;'.£ j)^ Mrs. Porler Smith,' Mrs. Tom Hart and Mi's. T. L. Tate were cucsts of Mrs. L. Pranks Monday afternoon. Rufus Cane spent Friday at Lost Cane with friends. Holton Garner was llic guest of Clyde Curlls la^l week-end. 1'aul Ford and family spent thc week-end nl Gosnell with relatives. Porter Smith and family spent the week-end at Dell with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith. Miss Anna Bell Ryan of Dell was th= jjuesl of Miss Margie earner Thursday. Mr. McGheo of 40 and 8 was an Ekron visllor Sunday no eye sUuc'turc.s whatever. A fellow fisherman vouches for the catch. Both arc puuled ovei' how the fish found the bait in the muddy water. Tiie salary of Jimmy Walker, t-< 0 mayor of New York, is S 10,000 a year. Newest, liest Itcnicdy For Corns Slops Pain—Shoes Don't Hurt Any More SIX WAFKRS~FOK lOc ; GUAIIANTKK1) KKSULTS / The newest, best remedy for corni Is a tiny, thin as paper corn wafer. Central Shoe Store 0. C. GANSKR, M K r. Geraldine Richardson, Hosiery IX'pt. lub Meets. Mrs. E. C. PiUton was hostess to he Wednesday Bridge club this •cck for the usual weekly contract a me. Mrs. W. H. Minyard won the prize lOslery. A salad course with Iced tea re- reshed the players. jompUment State , Ofikers of Auxiliary. Mrs. Thomas H. Johnson of Der- niott, department president of the American Legion Auxiliary, nnd Mrs. Jesse Cox of Little Rock, de- lartmcnt secretary, wore guests of lonor at a bridge supper given last evening by Mayor and Mrs. Neil' Reed. Radiance roses forgicd prcltj centerpieces for the large table where thc 24 guests served themselves the delicious menu In which the pastel shades predominated for n color scheme. Tlie small tabales were arranged with attractive place cards and summer garden flowers. Cards were played alter supper Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Cox were here for the district conference. Has Bridge Tarty. Miss Kallilcen Ridenour was hos [ess to an informal bridge party las evening at her home at Armorc Among those from here who attend ed were Miss Inez Wheeler. Charlc- Smith, Sam Jones, Enrl AIcCoj Charles Essnry, James Edwards am Harmon Robinson. Charles Smith won llic high scor prize. • * • Co\-Steivari. Mrs. Pearl Stewart Is today announcing the marriage of her daughter, Margaret, to Mr. Waller Cox Jr., of Osccola. Tlie wedding was solemnized at Marlon April 12 with the Hcv. E. K. Sewcll performing thc ring ceremony at Ills home. For the ceremony the bride wore a poudre blue flat crepe frock trimmed with ivory lace at the throat and her accessories were In thc same light tones. The young couple was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Hlriam Pope and Miss Marguerite Pope, of Osceola. Following the closing of school Mrs. Cox will go to Osccola where she will make her home. Thc bride, who is the attractive daughter of Mrs. Pearl Stewart and the late Mr, I. B. Stewart, has lived MEMPHIS, .Tennessee., (OtO—A; C. Miller's proudest possession Is a watch which he has carried for lie past 10 years despite tho tact lint It doesn't run. Miller was carrying the watch >everal years ago when a dyna- ilte fuse, exploded In his hand. Tho watch, worn In his vest j»c- :rt undernealh Ills overcoat, was flattened out, by tho force of the it but physicians said It saved ils life. Since that tlmo ho lias always ;arricd it. Soy Bean Price FaD Benefits Farmer* PEIPING, China. (UP) — The slump In tho price of soy beans in Mancluiriii has prowrrt n blessing for Japanese nnd Korean fanners who are nblq to afford largo qualifies of bean cake for fertilizer Demand for fertili2er at the ne» prices lias become; so great tha many Chinese laotories maklni beau oil and cake have re-openc< after years of Idleness. New fac lories are being organized. AID FATHER'S DIVORCE SEATTLE. (UP)—When James L. Jeroue filed a cross-complaint for divorce, he had three of his children, Alice, 16, Patrick, », and William, 13, testifying in his behalf. Mrs. Jeroue charged that her husband ordered her to leave their home, but the children claimed that all the trouble was caused by their stepmother. Martin Douglas spent last Frl-j No burning acids or bulky du.Kh- ciay and Saturday at Holland, Mo.,), nut pads to add [jressure w.Vu with friends. '| slices arc on. Press on "O-Joy Cor:i Johnny Goodman of Jackson, Mo., i Wafer" on the coin or callous with is visiting his uncle, R. E. Jordan. | your finger. It sticks there. Strong i as oxen, genlle as can be. Tlie pain CATCHES EYELESS FISH | stops at once. Slip shoes on and HOMER. Neb. IU[')—Leo Biode ' forget it. Later out comes corn cal- has a gocd fish story to tell. While ; ions, roots and all. Guaranteed to angling in a lake near here he I never fail. Ask druggist, for O-Joy caught an eyeless bullhead. Thc fish 1 Corn Wafers—six wafers .for 10c. had a perfectly smooth head, with' jm-j. 3 TRAFFIC DEPLETES DOGDOM PHOENIX, Ariz. (UP)—Country raised dogs usually die young when brought to cities while tlie town raised dog survives, police here reported in warning dog owners of traffic hazards. If the country raised dog lives a week or so he has a fair chance of dodging cars for several years. Bans Discourteous Drivinj HAKR1SBURG, Pa. (UP)—New Instructions regarding the operalion of all state-owned automobiles have been issued by Secretary of Property and Supplies Malone In an effort to stop all "discourteous, careless, reckless, and stupid driving." All drivers of the cars inusi now pay their own fines. Walpole Electric Shop Fans Cleaned and Repaired Phone 314. 20$ OFF On All Graduation Gifts This Offer Good (Until May 30 Aldridge Jewelry Co. \Vhitc Suva Kid (Trim- 'Low Medium Heels. $5.50 '.St tmnur Cil Shades ky .- . t fc -«>-—J «. . Ine hosiery you White Pig" Sandal With l,m\; ami (Medium Heels. S5.00 : pricts you'll lovt SLOo'to $2.50 3ftf (Mlum Silk Hosi«r)f The Girl Graduate will Appreciate McCallum Silk Hosiery ; ,s a Gift. Good Shoos and Hosiery To prevent forgeries an' Englishman lias invented gummed stamps showing portraits of persons who sign checks, n signature being wril- tcn across a stamp. HOME THEATRE Friday and Saturday Sec Jack Pcrriu And the Wonder Horse "Starlight" in 'Phantom of the Desert' Also Comedy and Fables and New Serial—"Phantom of the West". Adm.—Matinee 'am) Night— 10.and 25c. SPECIAL Satunlay (Afternoon—To all children, under 12—Admission uc. Adults 2oc. RITZ THEATER Friday and Saturday SPENCER TRACY iV QUICK MILLIONS The Sports Sweaters SI .98 80.98 i ^ j Sweaters arc the tiling for Summer. For street and spurts wear a sweater outfit will stir the attention of admiring eyes. All colors—smart weaves—various stylos i'or sports and dress occasions. White, Gold, Rose, Green, Pink, Yellow and Salmon Flannel or Silk Skirts to Match Shown in White Also the darker All of thc pastel, shades — colors. $9-95 SPORT HATS or Uougli Straw A iuiml>er of new tni|)orUt i on s in W liili- Panamas with while or bright colored bands, also nuitfh straw sport liaU in a wide var- §1.95-2.95 . 3.95 Muscling in on the 400 . . that was easy. Flannel jacket ami Coals in on love -. - that was different! Very chic for wear now . . . cither the jackets or the. coats can be had in while or pastel shade*. Jackcls §-1.95 - - Coats 85.95 Fables and Comedy. Matinee—10 and 30e. Nijfhts—10 ami 35c. Coming—Sunday and Monday "TAUXISHKD "LADY". • Coming — Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday "CIM- MKHOX".

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