The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 28, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 28, 1931
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLB. '(ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TliUKSnAY, MAY 28. 101!! Society Calendar ' " : . ' Friiiiy „: Mrs. J. \V. Shouse nud Mrs. Hcr- schal Smart will entertain llic IV flelis bufiday school class of the First Baptist, church at 3;30 o'clock -at tlic Shousc home. Club Metis. The Wednesday Bridge club, Mrs. Everett B. Gee, Mrs. O. P. Moss and Mrsj. Elton W. Kirby were guests o£ Mrs. W. 1). Tanner ycs- . terday aflcrnoon, .Hosiery, Ihe usual club prize, went .to Mrs. W. H. Mlnyaid ami Mrs. Gee received a set ol lace dollies "Jor the guest award. • Tire hostess served shrimp salad with encumber sandwichRV cakes and Iced tea. Bride-KlKl Couijillmentcd. . Miss Hilda Holland, a bride-elect, was given the first of a series of ••Interesting parlies planned lor her prior to her marriage to Howard S. Caldtvell 'of Hot Springs, lust evening when Mrs. Sain Manalt . entertained 16 guests. The piilk and white color scheme was used In the roses, tweet jicus and peonies in which baskets. The . sweelpea note was also seen in the individual heart, shaped cakes served with strawberry ice, and hi' Ihe tallies. Miss -Marie Moon won sjwrt handkerchiefs in [he bridge games. The honored guest was presented 'a variety ol gifts for ihe kitchen ; by all the guests, the presents having been brought to her via 11 inin- . lotnre wagon, gully decorated. Mrs. Burl Thompson of Parkin, • Ark., was among those present. * • * Son Bom. . Mr. nnd Mrs. George M. Hunter, o£ St. Louis, announce the birth ol : a son, May 20. The baby has been ''named George William. Mrs. Hunt. er, who formerly lived here, Is al - 5023 Maple ave. • * * _':. Entertains Club. Mrs. Randolph Smith was hostess . to the New Wednesday Contract club this week. .In the bridge games Mrs. Dixie Crawford won the high score prize 'a novelty basket filled with cul . flowers. . ' The hostess served stulfed loma- • -toes with iced tea and cakes. Tills club will meet but cverj . other week during the summer IN N?IJE GRADUATION DREMES 1 SUOWM OtLOW MAKE . LOvay DANCE FROCKS'. ' WT THE LFFr, SALMOM PINK ORGANDIi; IMDWXDtpfD M BLACK AMD Mini DA.ISY MOTICS IS'USDUWITH ru PINK ORGANCHE IOR THE PLOUWCE-S OMTJII-SKIRI COLIAR— BUCK GROSQRAIM RIBBON IS USED I OR1I1C BOW OM THE BERIIIAANOIORTIII-eaT. IIC-PENIER, PAIE VEUOW EVtttT fKBROIOEREO MOUSSf LINE f>E SOIE FORMS' 1ME DRESS AND MATCHING B01ERO JACKET. TllE 1WKJER PACf Or- HIE SHORT SUtVL IS CUTOUTTOREVfALTOE- ASJM. M/LAIM AND PRIMTE-D ORGANDIE ARL- USED IOR lilt GRACEFUL FROCK AT lilf RIGHT, lilt OWE SIDID OERfllA IS COMPU-TEO By A E3O*/ OF BtACK VELVET RI006M. Bits of News Mostly Personal Auxiliary Will Hold Annual Poppy Sale Next Saturday Club lias Guests. Miss Margaret Cross entertained the Matinee Bridge- club and Mrs. Bernice Winn of Little. Rock, who Is the guest of Mrs. Hubert Potter' Mrs. Max B. Reid, Misses Mary Louise Taylor and Juanita Smith . yesterday afternoon. Coreopsis, ragged robins and roses decorated the living room where •t!:e three tables were set. In the contract bridge games Mrs. Stephen H. Brooks won a green bowl lor club honors, Die guest, prize, a set of table numbers, went to Miss Juanita Smith nnd Mrs. Winn was presented a deck ot cards. The refreshments were a salad course with ieed tea. Christ Ian-Church to ( Entertain.Visitors. .' More than 50 Mcinphlans and a number of visitors from Sikcston, Mo., will; be guests of the First Chrislian. church Sunday. The group from Memphis includes A. B. Kinmcycr, prominent attorney, and Mrs. Kinmcycr, widely known Bible lecturer. Mrs. Kln- meyer will teach the Bible lesson at 10 o'clock lo all members of the senior and adult dcparlmlnls of the Sunday school. The meji's quartet of the Belie- vue Baptist church will oiler scv- and bnby. Helen Fowler Wllodcn, Piiullnc Massey, Mrs. Frank Lang- leyaad two sons. Osceola Society—Personal eral numbers church service. at the morning Other outstanding men and ... men of the Linden Avenue Chris- lian church who will be present arc: W. A . Lee, W. j. Young and Walter Edge. Another visitor will be O. B. Grccr, ot Sikcsloii. Mo The visitors will be entertained with luncheon al the Woman's club to be followed with an informal reception at the club house in the afternoon. • • * Girls Club Elects. The Girls club of Ihc senior high school, which is an organization in which all girls of the school arc members, has elected these officers for next year: Doris Secoy. president; Alleen Field, secretary; Sue Bull, Insurer. Sunshine Adams, who graduates this year, is the retiring president. Have Family Cckbration. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carney had a family celebration Sunday when 30 relatives gathered for an all day party at;' their home. The onl> member of Ihe family not, present was James Carney, their son, who ^as ill at St. Joseph's hospital In Memphis, but who has since returned home. Including those present were: ^ D. Cunningham. Mrs. Maude Miller and Mrs. Admanta Cunningham, aunts of Mis. Carney, Phillip. Will .\ Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Ecu Miller ,,. and four children, Mr. and M.--. David Miller and two children, Mr. i:.and Mrs. John Campbell and six • children, Mr. and Mrs. Olha Ri, ley, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Maness, ;; . all of Memphis. Olher guests were J *- , and Mrs; Drewery langlcy and y, of Caruthersyllle,! Mo.. Mrs. aivtlosie Rogers; Mrs,'Mary Jol.asm Mrs. Frank Howse, newly elected chairman of the grade school Parent-Teachers association, presided at Wednesday afternoon's meeting vhich was attended by 50 members ind Iwo visitors. She announced he following chairmen of slnnd- ng commillccs for Uic coining fiscal ycnr; program committee. Mrs. J. W. Edrineton; finance. Mrs. H. A. Behrcns; hospitality. Mrs. E. S. Driver; publication, Mrs. Harry Miller: publicity, Mrs. George Bal- ouc; study chairman, Mrs. Harry Jones. Tlie program opened with a chorus, "Welcome Sweet- Springtime,' rendered by pupils of Ihc sixth grndc and was followed by a combined music and art program ii which strides made by grude schoo pupils in music nnrl art appreciation IhLs year were demonstrated Supt. Cicoruc Uoylc made a slior talk on local school conditions wit] reference to next year's term. A short business session was prc sided over by Mrs. H. A. Bclircn eliring chairman of the organtei ion. to whom the members pre- cnlcd a glfC in recognition of her fork during the past ttvo years she 1.15 held tlie ofilce. The fourth and sixth Rrades lied vith fourteen mothers each in at- ciidancc for the attendance prize, ind were each awarded o prize. * * • Mrs. Charles Co'cman was hostess to the three table contract 'ilgrim Lutheran Church Will Hold Bible School Syracuse. N. Y. Sho wns aecom- anlcd to Memphis by Miss Mon- nguc. Miss Mildred White is returning oday to her home In Conway, Ark, fter a visit of several days here. ic guest of Misses Mary Cother- ic and Agnes Ward. bridge club to which she belongs, entertaining at her country home west of Osccola Tuesday Ciwsis besides the club members present were Mrs. E. E. Sjlhujcrland of Syracuse, N r Y.. who has been the house guest of Muss Eva Montague for several days, and Mrs Nccly Bowen of Chicago, who i? visiting her sister, Mrs. Hale Jackson. Miss Montague was winner o: high score prize and Mrs. Howe: won second Wgti score nw-ard. A delicious salad course was served following the game. * « * Mrs. H. S. Wilson and smal daughter, Nancy Snow, rctimici Monday lo their home in Wlnflcld Louisiana, nftcr a visit here will Mrs, Wilson's parents, Mr am Mrs. J. L. William:. Miss Corinno Woods ot Memphl is visiting her skier. Mrs. Home L. Qulnii, and Mr. Qiilnn in Os ccola. Mrs. E. E. Slingerland. who ha Ev At a meeting of the church board f the Pilgrim Lutheran church icld in March, it was decided to :onduct- n Bible School this sum- ncr. PrcllmtnaJy arrangements iflve been formulated for a schoo o be conducted at. llic church dnr- ng the mouth of June. The oiwn- ng (Iny will be June 1, Classes wll continue thereafter for Iwo weeks Monday lo I-Mdny Inclusive, Iron 0;30 to U:K a. in. H condilions arc favorable the school will be con .inucd for two more weeks, accord g to the fiev. 11. J. Klcmdleiisl. The six?cific aim lu conduclui. such a school is to afford Ihe chil dren n beller opportunity lo study the Bible. The main emphasis and major par! ol Ihc lime will bo devoted exclusively to Bible history, witli application lo llic individual needs of Ihe child. Other courses in Hie curriculum will be Ihe following: A course in hyiiinology, Ihc practising ot famous hymns with Die study of their origin and authorship, Ihc purpose of which is o acquaint Ihe children with (lie lorlous hymns of the "shipim; hurch"; a course in mission his- ory in which the missions in varies lands will be sketched and o;ilincd: a short study on the biojira- .iliy of Dr. Luther, tile reformer he church; a brief history of the Lutheran church in America, li connection with this school their vill alfo be a course in arlcr.ifl and n things of practical interest. The pastor, with the aid of Kun- day .school teachers, will in^trucl Mr. nnd Mrs. H. I.. Porter of Joiiesboro, who fiirmi'ily lived here, nrc iitlentlln^ lo business here today. Mis. Burl Thompson, of Parkin, 'k., Is [he guest of her father, K. . Nelson, and family. IJoonc Ilalbach, son of Mr. and vs. Joe D. Ilalbach, is III at his omc on West Heara, street. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck and uujhtcr, Miv>. Francis Carpenter, id Miss Mary Ionise Taylor arc Memphis lulay. Mr. uml Mrs. Hubert Potter have > theli 1 guest Mrs. Bernice Wlnn, Little IJock. Miss Sue Butt left today for Oult- ort, Miss., where she will be. the ucst of Miss Margaret Hoblnson, lio is a student at Ciulf Park col- :. She was accompanied by Mrs. II. Robnson and son of Kelscr. hey will return home Thursday, ccompanied bv Miss noblnson. Mr. ud Mrs. W. J. Pollard took Miss utt to Kelscr last evening where ID met Mrs. Robinson. Miss Adah Dimavnnt spent ycs- ciday in Memphis. Mrs. J. C. Cobb of Hopkinsville, Cy., is the guest of Mrs. A. M._Bull ml olher friends. She formerly liv- tl here for n number of years. T. J. crowder of St. Louis, who las 'been here and al Joiiesboro inco Saturday with members o ]ls family, returned to St. Louis ns,l night. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Atkinsoi pent yesterday in Memphis. Miss Jennie Marie Crowder, win ms been employed in Jackson am Memphis, Tenu., has returnee ionic. Misses Inez Wheeler and N'lta PI Thompson have returned' from Memphis where they were guest of Miss Virginia Lee Thompson fo several days. Albert Anil of St. Louis attcndc to business here yesterday. Hnrry Mizell of Memphis was business visitor in the cily Wee ncsday. Clarence Vollmer nnd Izzy Tlion as, accompanied by 0. W. Volhii' of Luxora, will go to Baton Roiig La., tomorrow for n business trip John Walker went to Metnph Monday lo accompany James Ca ney home. James has been at 11 St. Joseph hospital lor Ihe past wecSs. Joe Pelscnthal will return tonight •oni New Orleans where he has jeen spending six weeks. Tom Bclolc and J. H. Nicholson Kilt yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. Oodfrey White, of Osceoln. s the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Jonway loday. Hiss Helen Cioylo IngeiEoll. ol Icmphis, is (he guvsl of her aunt. ihs. C. H. Hall, and family. E. C. Patlon will go lo Little Rock tomorrow where he k to nt- encl a meeting of the member.-; of he executive committee of (lie Arkansas Cotton Trade association E DEPENDED"ON HIM THEN - '' BUYING AN AMERICAN LEGIONS AUXILIARY POPPY IS THE . TO HELP. A Series l-Xpliiiuini; ih? Cuiiti-.Kt ', l'rid;;e System-, AUTICU-: NO. •?:>.!) I1V Will K. Jli-KKNXKV Kcuclary American liriil^c I.i'atjue | ''Y.'^, v An oiiginul bi;l ol two no uump \'^. 0 ~,." .1 strong hand having all' 1 '' no cU:L-Mivc- ?'.u".» u •MI-IK'.-! 1 Ihs: 1 . JU1 will tilkf .'.;h: tii.Svi it th. ;:-.i:i With a goal of not less than $200, ic local American Legion Auxiliary •ill have the annual I'oppy Sale •aturday with Mrs. Bernard Guoch s cluiiimin. The 1500 popples to be "sold" lor lie cause of rehabilitation work .moiif veterans of tlic World War ind i heir families, were ylvcn to he Auxiliary tills year by the Dud Cason post of the American Lesjion o all funds received will be net. The $200 given last year was Ihc largest amount ever raided in pjppy sales. Of all funds donated, li.'» per cent rcm.iins in this vicinity lo: 1 rehabilitation work and ihe remniiiinij 35 per cent goes to the hospital at Fort Roots, near Little fitu-k-, for a .similar c.iuw. Mrs. Neill lleed. president, lias appointed Mrs. Welch Foster as chairman of (he window display.;. Mrs. Ernest Roe, eliairinnit o[ !!>e ixjster displays, and Mrs. lloa-ard B. Proctor, chairman of publicity. Original I'-iil-; of Two iT a Suit An criminal bid of two of a si is nn ota-olute d;mand hid, and is,' ferlia;:s (lie moft abused ijli! in contract InidRC. Uncle: 1 i:v ^,:^•- Kcnncy sybtom of (.•(JII'.'.'.U-L D:C- tiin 1 ^, an €i:!;untl tv.o 01 n suit iji-j thdiild not l.o jnatj \.-ith ;•. hand centainhy ever three losi:i;, r cardj. It requires paitner to l:ccp tin 1 bidding-oiioii nut!! a r.f.'fliuaiion is arrived at, eve.-:! tliongh he I'.oMs a cickless hand. Original Three Ilids | An criginp.l bid of Hirer- no ! trump is raicly ever :n:icle. Ii r ! :: hanj very .--eiilom h;!cl ;:.s it n-- qu'rc. 1 ; all four suits doubly itun- prci, nnd invites a shim. lii praL- tically every ciibc it is l.-.i 1 i>rt- '.er to cpen hand-; thi-i itrony v.itli | ;'.n original lorcin-; two oi r suit "W- ' I v::-re ^..nJins pan An onsinnl bid of three of a for ma!: extract. suit shows a, hand long in Inimp and with oi:lsid3 dcfensiv: itrenj- th. but. nob Civile slron:; fi^n^h to make an two-bid with. sous will accompany him to New- ion tvhcrc they will visit relatives. Louis Aidriugc, of Chicago, np- coinpanied by E. C. I'alion, silent yesterday in Mcmplils. Mrs. Ixwiis Leroy of Memphis, is s|Kixllng several days here on business. Miss R,uby Brooks and Clay Rushing Married COOTER, Mo.-Clay Rushiii", 20. and Miss Ruby Brooks. 10, were married last, night by Hiobali; Jud diaries D. iravis at his home here. The ceremony was witnessed by a smalt group of relatives and close friends. Mrs. Rushing is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brooks of Cooler and was a member of the 193 graduating class of Cooler higl school. She is a leader in religion: and social activities. I-'or the ceve mony she wore pale pink frenel lace over pale pink crepe. Mr. Rushing is a well known and progietsive young fanner of this neighborhood, lie ;U ict his bride will make their home here. Jorum to Open New Drug Store Saturday Borum's Drug store No. 2, tocat- d on East Main street across from x?ighton's I'uriiiture store, exacts o be oiien for busineta Ssitnrday. Tlie store, owned by Eclyur Bo- 'um, will be housed in a new build- ng recently constructed for this business. A feature of the interioi vill be the built-in equipment. Dings, sundries fountain re- Vcshments will be carried, similar o Ihe down-lo'.Mi store. The local Masons, P. and A. M No. 13-1, will have staled commuul cation tonight, 7:45 o'clock. Visit biuthera arc welcome. t infoniis pavtiitr dial uith :i ossible iu-card in his hand you •an undoubutlly go game. It urtlicr informs partner that you Courier News Want Ads r.iy. vou und liive no drsive to piay ihe li t no trump and that Us ncird lot have normal trump :.ii[:iinr! o taku you lo game. Walpole Electric Shop CI'.Miiod and I'tiom; i "Sixty Miles An HOUL" "'Keeping Itim I sonic" 1 '"The Monkey'? Paw"' Three Chorus and Ktvcral .Syoi-iiilly Acts City Hall Auditorium ' •TOJNIGHT-8 O'clock Saturday. Mrs. ration nnd two i Hospital Notes Miss Alice McHancy, Kcnuett, Mo., iinderivcnt a tonsilcctoiiiy today at the Blyihuville hospital. SPORT lie pupil;. There will be no lui- :lon or any other cxiwnscs. Texi- ixwks and olher supplies will In furnished. Those wishing to enrol should do so preferably before ll:i •nlng dale. Everyone is cordialu invited to register. 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