The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 25, 1931 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 25, 1931
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TWO BLYTHBVTLLE, '(ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Society Calendar : Twsday • Mrs. Hnrry Kirby will have tho Tuesday Contract club. Mre. Thunnan Clemens Is entertaining the New 'fuesday Bridge club. Wednesday 'Die Jewish Ladies Aid society will meet in Osccola al ll>e home of Mrs. l,. K. Harwni'6 with Mrs. Rowland Wolforl, Mrs. E.-M. Jaf- fec oud Mrs.'Joo Isaacs also hostesses. Mrs. Randolph Smith is entertaining UK New Wednesday Bridge club. 'Miss- Margaret -.Cross is entertaining., tho Matinee Bridge clnb Thursday Mrs. C. .W. Afflick Is hostess to the -Thursday Luncheon club. The -Mid-Weck Bridge club is meeting' with Mrs. O. i>. Moss. , • • FrlAiy Mrs.'J. W. Shbusc and Mrs. Her schal SiriiU't will entertain the 11- ^iells';Sunday school, class ot the First'Bapttst, church at 3:30 o'clock at the Slionse home. Fans Favorite in England Meeting I'osiponcd llfeV"'. monthly .meeting of the Mississippi County B. Y. P. V. association, scheduled to be held ut Manila Friday night, lias been l»slpoucd until Juno 5 because ol commencement exercises. Tlie'-SL'iiIof. B. V. P. U. of tho First, church'here will bo. In charts) of tiic iirogram. • • • Officers Installed Mrs. Warner W. Hawkins installed as president of the Woman's . club In a meeting Frida> afternoon at the club house. Otliei officers installed .were: Mrs. Gcorgi M. Lcc, vice president; Mrs. K. O Lange, recording &ecit?lary; Mis Howard B. Proctor, corresiiondlnt, necretary; Mrs. J. E. Crllz, treasurer; Mrs. C. E. Crigger, historian Mrs. E. F. Ulonicyer, federation director; Mrs. Sue R. Mason, iitir; Mrs. John W. Meyers, purll- inentarinn; Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls reporter. ..;. "',' r Appreciation for' the work accompanied by Miss Cora Lcc Coleman, retiring president, was voiced lor the- club by Mrs. Hawkins in a brief talk. . Two recommendations prepared by Miss Coleman were accepted by the club, They were that a budget be compiled of the. club's obligations and that activities start immediately on UK year books for next year. Plans were made for forming a garden dcparlnrtat -M-enough, interest is manifested. If this is done there will also be a junior group for girls. Chairman ot committees were announced as follows; Finance, Mrs. L. W. Gosnell; Year Book, Mrs. John W. Meyers; Attendance, ftfrs. J. D. Barksdalc; Decorations, Mrs. Gcorgo W. Barnaul; Public Health, Mrs. John F. Sanders; Hospitality, Mrs. Neill Reed. Another feature of the program will be an address by Mi's. Ben Cunningham of Dardanellc, Ark., a state representative, who Is the guest of her brother-in-law, C. A. Cunningham. Hollywood <loesn't liave a corner o> the beauly crop, And there's a least one beautiful reason—demur Alyn Pucaud, above, who's th reigning farorllc of the Brltls screen. She is a daughter of tli Assistant High Commissioner fo Canada in London. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. wnd M:s S. E. Webb h.ivc •^turned from Tupelo, Miss., where hey iitlcndcd the cunmcnccmcnt dsi'S at. T. M. 1. Their MJH, Milton, was a member of Hi; jVKdualhig dais. While there, they ere, guests ut Dr. and Mrs. E. U food. Mrs. C. C. Elevens has returned To Compliment Graduates Faculty Senior Hith School The 01 members of the graduating class of the senior high school and the faculty members arc to bo guesls of the Woman's club for a breakfast Wednesday morning, 8 o'clock, at Ihc club house. This is one of the annual affairs planed for the seniors. * » • Sun Ikirn Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tillmnn, of Luxora, announce the birth of a son at the Ulylhcvillc hospital this morning. The baby weighed six and a half pounds, Osceota Society—Personal Xartro Society Meets.' Nine members of the woman's missionary society of Yarbro mcl at the home ot Mrs. J. W. Rayder Thursday afternoon. Mrs. G. E. Swain, secretary, gave reports and the devotional was lei by Mrs. L. Berry with the scrip ture reference from Luke 22. Mrs A. S. Decn offered prayer. Poland, the most recent forcigi country aided by the group, wa studied for the day wilh Mrs. G. J. Walker as leader. Money was collected for the llower fund. Delicious refreshments were served in the social hour. Mrs. C. L. Moore jr., principal of the Osceola high school, was hostess Friday evening to members of the 1031 graduating class entertaining with a dinner parly al her home icrc, which was followed by a the- (er party when Mrs. J. S. Me- ants, principal of the grade school rom which the class graduated our years ago, and Mr. McCants •ere hosts. 1'laccs were laid for fifteen at the Beautifully appointed dinner table, ccorulcd with low bowls of sweet >eas and pink candles In crystal nndlc sticks. Miniature figures of ;r.iduatcd wearing cup and gown ,nd carrying diplomas adorned the jlacc cards, and nut cups in gay ransy shapes were done la purple ,nd gold, (lie class colors, were hand-made handkerchiefs. Impromptu speeches were mudc >y members-of the class, the class ilslory was read by Lr.vcrne Schur- lock, the class will by Guy Ruben- •rtcin, au original poem'by Mary Josephine McGregor, and the class prophecy by Fannlc Liicy Howcll. Music pupils of Miss Catherine Harwell and eSprossion pupils of Miss Nan Frances Warren will be presented at the high school auditorium here tomorrow evening. 'rom wiveral weeks visit in Ne\\ York city. She was accompanied ionic by her daughter, Mrs. Wll- lain o. rotter and too, William Stevens 1'olter. Miss Ttjin Levy returned to ler homo in Dcsloguc, Mo., yeslcr lay alter .s])cmllng (he weak will Mr. and Mrs. Ike Miller. E. B. Lynn and Aclolph Meyer attended to business In Memphis Saturday, Mrs. Joe 'n-icc, Mrs. 1'aul Mill theft's and daughter, Miss Mar Elizabeth, and bister, Miss Ann Alexander of Union City, Tenn were guests of Miss Belle Whltsll Saturday. Mrs. Nora Dlxon and Mrs. Win Smith, of 1'aragould, shoup?d her Saturday. Mbs Doils McGhce has as he guests fcr several days, Dorothy Powers and Edna Eu Vick, of lloily Springs, Miss. Mrs. George Lunge, who lit been quite 111, Is now improving Mrs. W. I. nenlon and family motorcii 10 Memphis yesterday visit with J. A. Waters, who is ill nt tlw Methodist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Hancock and [laughter, Anne, and John Cardwell ,of I'tmigould, spent yesterday In the c:iy. Mr. and Mrs. Berry B, Brooks jr., of Memphis vvciv yucsl. 1 ; of Mrs. Allan Walton, Mrs. Brook's mother, yesterday. Mis. Alice Fant, of Memphis, is the gueat ot her niece, Mrs. B. J. Allen, and family. Garner and Iriiy Applelon and E. C. Shamblin, of Memphis, spent yesterday here. Clarence Volhner attended, to business In Bolivar, Tenn., Saturday. J. Nick Thomas jr., of Memphis, si>cnl the weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Webb and lorado, color bearer; or. Morgan 3mlth, Little Rock, Inspector; the cv. E. M. 1'lpkln, Arkadclimla, liaplaln. For the, matrons of honor there •111 be: Mrs. W. H. McCain, Cotwn 'itiiit, Mrs Gtoige A. McNicl, Pigott, Mrs. Walter W. Rancy, Me Tory and the maids are: Miss Dorothy Barton, Jonesboro; Miss Carra Wco:l Mlxon, Marianna, Miss Catharine Jane Wile:;. Little. Rock nd Miss Elizabeth SiniUi, Birdcye iis. 2nta Ward Gregg, Greenway be chaperone und Miss Jewel! Campbell, Ear.e, the page. Tho ouachita college band o: Arkadclphla IM the olllcla ;and for the Arkansas division. MONDAY, MAY_ 25, 19:) 1 Class of '31 Blytheville High School Harmon KoMnson, lion Smith, Henry Davis and Rlmyni (iildv.'sll, other rncin- bcrs of the class, are not shown. Officers cf th: clnss are: left to right, nut George Matthews, vice president; ,Ji <*...y^v.,,:., ^m-- .''!*&'. li Unit, sc-ci-tary; Bob Burns prtsi.'.gm- Theliiu Woi'thinjion. Irensur.'r. To Discass Money Members of the Business and Professional Women's club will have an interesting meeting tonight, al the club room of the. Goff Hotel, when "Money"' will be Ihc subject taken up. Mrs. Clnrcnoe Holder, chairman of the Finance committee has announced these talks: "Will Yon Plan Or Must You Drift" Mrs Holder; "Average Business Woman's Budget," Mrs. Jones; Savings and Investment Tips", Miss Althea Edwards;. "The Low Du'wr. On Budgets," Miss. Hattie Snviddy. Other members of the finance committee are Mrs. -Tom P. Jones and Miss Hattie Smiddy. Compliments Visitors Misses Dorothy Powers and Edna Earl Vick, of Holly Spring, Miss., were guesls of honor at a slumber party given Friday evening by their hostesses, Miss Doris McGhee. The 14 girls present attended the movie, and later \vcnl to the McGhce home where they danced until midnight when a delicious supper vras served. Saturday nior Out of town guests who attended tho Kappa Alpha Pht fraternity dance al the courthouse here Friday evening included Mr. and Mrs John Bcasley and Mclrln Erney ol Earlc. Miss Mildred Frailer of Wilson. Miss Anne Halhorne, Warrci Lesmcistcr and Mr. McMcans o' Joni'sboro, Misses Gracllie Moor< and Catharine I'ayton, Pete Scott EMe Mnsgrove, Tommie- Tipion an Trnmaim Mayfield 'of Caruthcrsvllli and Mr. Underwood of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hiighey ar small daughter. Sue Clay, of Mei phis, were week-end guests of Mrs Hughey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J H. Lovcwell. Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Masscy and Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Car|»nter were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Fletcher In Memphis. Mrs. John White and Mrs. u. Cartwriglil, accompanied by Pearl, small daughter of Mrs. Curwlrrghl are visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Aitamsa In Little Rock this week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bradford. Mrs. G. C. Bowen and Mrs. W. H. Becbc attended the closing exercises of Joncflwro Hapllsl College ning after breakfast played tennis. tlic girls Miss Marie Leggett entertained with a picnic supper Saturday night. • • * "" May-Uhks .A marriage license was issued to Miss Stella Mae Ulilcs and ifr. E. C. May, both of Leachvlllc. * * « Miss Goldie May Flagg and Mr. Eldred O'Neal kfcCann, both of Manila, obtainwl .a marriage h- cease here Saturday, i in Jonesboro Friday. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jnnes companied by John Alkinson. attended graduation exercises Jonesboro Baptist College Fr evening when Miss Louise Jones was a member of Ihc graduating class. Miss Jones and Miss Lucille Welch, who has been attending school at Jonesboro College, returned, home with them. R. H. Jones, accompanied by his daughter, Miss Ethel Jones, and Mrs. C. E. Harrell of Carson Like, left this morning for a motor irip to Houston, Texas, where they will attend the graduation of Mr. Jones' son, Olinda Jones, Texas Dental College. Mrs. Harrell is Olinda Jones' grandmother. Floyd Chaffin of Jon:sboro arrived this morning lor a business visit here. He will remain thru the week, '• ' <--w'-if3 %2-S yfe^? C ^'%rt !M^&$tf , ,Ap •* ''^m ; -W|^''V-: family have moved into their home which was rebuilt following a lire of Memphis, are guests ot Mrs, Wood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, E. had as their guests durng the week . - Wccdvo-.v Fisher. Nita Gcndc.'n Ecverly Gravcttc, Hslea Grimes, Een Hall Carolyn Hall, Ernest my res Mrs. John Gee, of Marston, Mo Eunice Brogdon, Paul Burks. Joiin Burnette, Marion Burns. W. C. Colston, Marian Ccolcy, Marv Cummings. Snhshino Adams. Helen Barnes, Euln Bishop. Evelyn niythe. Virginia Bour- la'ncJ x Maurino Branson, Lillian Briscoe. Evelyn Dr/is, El wood De-en. Kalhiryne Denlon, Junes Downing, Irene Eaton, Alberta/ Elliot,!, Joe Byrn Evans. lieale Mnssvy spent yesterday in Tom r. Jones, of Lilllc Rock, J. E. Shipman, ot Memphis, spent Bert. Lynch, Jr., will arrive home Thursday from the, University of lM 'J[ -'M'^^^f^,. '.:. Hendcd school this yKir. Mbs Lucile Boyd, of Memphis, the week here as Ihc nest of George Matthews and his kircnw, Mr. and Mrs. George U. ilBUhews. : Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Briltain, of \Rinplns, ti>ent yesler<lay with Ir. and Mrs. J. H. Barron. Mrs. Geo:i;e U. Matthews S|>cnl eslcrdny In fJaiuthcrsville wilh lu-r f^V-p" -"' , r* Jft,.' • '^ •/.•- "fv£^J\ • '• • - iML*:'~5fe^v£f% 1 ••:••-'•• W ' v '€.^^' ••^•'-^ '?"»? t&p-xa >~— >V4#*.» fvplpl -, ••'"^Ij : daughter, Mrs. Joe Clifton Wnt- Mrs. Ben Cunningham, of Dar- brolher-in-la,v, C. A. Cunningham , i Vf,i&'} T - , 5?;*vc -*• '- 1 :wJi*< ---^ tenditl college for tho past year Mrs. C. U. Wood, shopped hero today. Mr. ami Mrs. J. E. Whllworll yesterday In Wilson with Mr and Mrs. John Whitworth- J. B. Holt Jr., is a patient nl the Memphis Baptist hospital. st* ? .v* Named to Position of Honor for Confederate Reunion al Mobile in June. Mrs James B. Clark has been sponsor for Waller W. Kaney, conunar.tlcr Arkansas Divi She is the only spw.sor for the Curlis Mcfaily. 1' ;,sv- MoKiVl, Muno "•^L:od ; M.Trgar,-". l\ifo, ;-. H. A. NclEtn, j r " jiai'o'iJ Nairn. Xaoir.a Rhodes, '' ' Chariitie Robinson. Flhel Hearn, 1.011 Ei;.\ Hcarn. Clinic Heath. Minnie Iloaaul. NV.a Ho'werton. Orine Hiltcliins, Atldie Johnson, Mildred JuJd. Bud KIIIB. Milc.reri KoehVr. Alma Kru Walter Lo^an. Frank Luukclt, Mar Magers, Marjorio M.ulin, Norfl M;\t;<xk have seven maids ai;d matrons of The brigade conuuar.dcrs are to Hospital Notes tot brigade; H. L. Poivlcr, W.ilnul liidge, second brigade; A 1!. Pndrtv. tSupwcrth's court here Rogers, Texarkamv, fourth brigade. Whccicr, Leachvillc; Mrs. Ed Till- adjutant am) chief ot s:a(T: Dr. W. ranking second 16 Grra'. Unlaln,! Judge W. D DAvcnpart. Srarcy, Richard Trcvlthlck, an English-' judge rjlvocatc; Jfike R. Wilson, El E':.lf^:c-v!-r C Lc- IC>JKS . !lc| ™" <5< .- yi . Bl:> ' "'Cijcuri'.. i. o. Wis'.brook. iiiaui,i-.o';.: he.ivily l.uicn ere cars several ;o 1 , i ],-,:!(.-;. : DKS, MES & NIES OSTKCl'ATIHC PHVSICIAXS HcmorL-i:oMs a>!Ll-:S). V.nicoscd. Veins ako Skin Cincers M.ili..n.;ut Moirs rciv.ovcd without turjtry. Weak and Fallen Arches Corrected. Clinic 5H MaLi j^onc 03

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