The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 16, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 16, 1931
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t&, BT.YTHEVP.LB. (ARTJ COURIER Calendar C Wctotsfe; ;«'-*,• Mrs. ,: Carrol Blakcinorc is cntcr- y.jalniiig the Halincp Bridge club. -^.' ' •"• Thursday §<f-Mrs.: M. o. Usrcy Is hostess to fftlie Mld-Wcck Bridge club. .:;.;: The Thursday club is meeting •V'.with Mrs. Everett B. Gee. jG; The executive board of the wo- i ; man's missionary society of the f First Christian church Is meeting Kwifli .'Mrs. J. D. Smith lor nil nil f day meeting. Si Fridiy JK.Mrs. • Ucyd Stlrkmon will cn- $: Certain with a bridge party com>; ; plimenling her sister, Mrs. Joe 'jjO'rr, of Bryan, Texas. PS/.TliB Dorcas Sunday school class I" of the ' Flrsl Baptist church Is •f meeting with Mrs. J. T Ashley ut ^Armdfel at 8 o'clock. .;;--' . Saturday [:\\ The -Woman's club will have a ^benefit' bridge and rook parly at r -"lhc club house .it 2:30 o'clock. y'Otficcrs flftlcd. :/' : New officers liavc been elected yior the Junior Sunday school class ••~o( the Lake Street Methodist //church. Miss Geraldino Rylcc is ^•president ami other olllccrs arc: '•••Mfas Estra Livingston, vice pros- f-Uciit;- Miss Irene Tinker, sccrc- ' tary; Miss Beatrice Oldham, treas- itrer; Miss Dorothy Robertson, reporter; Miss Pauline West, teacher. . , • • * Entertains Council. " r --.;Wrs. E. M. Terry was hostess to : -the 14 members of the Woman's .-Council in the First Christltin -•'church yesterday afternoon who '/attended the. weekly meeting. ;••'.•'Reports of the finance chair- limn showed that the sum of $45 ,; was netted last week from projects. ;. Plans were discussed ior the booth |..;jo be displayed this fall at the .'': county fair here. '...;.' Mrs. L. L. Ward led the dero- xtional and the business session was :; presided over by Mrs.' George W. IC'Borhom, president. Through the summer Mrs. J.-C. McHaney, Jr. 'will be assistant : secretary and treasurer. .. .j • . !.'•: Refreshments were enjoyed in the : ; ".social hour. S«t Born.. :••'•; Mr.' and Mrs., Ted Medaris, for- ,merly of here and now of Jackson, r;Tenn., announce'the birth of a son • Saturday night. The baby, who weighed 12 pounds, has been named ':. Paul. Before her marriage Mrs. Me- daris was Miss Effie Paul. '"...- . . • •-• • "Choral Clsb Is /Ti'Meet Taught • •.. : The newly organized Choral club ;will have Us-second meeting tliis ..evening, 8 -o'clock, -ut the First .Christian church. .1 Henry W. B. Banics, who .will ;dircct a. fall-musical festival to ;.bc presented by musicians of Par: -qgould, Jonesboro, Blythevillc anrl :-Newport, will meet, with the group. Included' in flic Blylhevillc club : will bn singers from Osccolu, Man- ;ili and Wilson who will also be •present tonight'- :"• All singers arc invited to participate. Entertain Mothers. ...I Mothers of 'members ol the Business and Professional Women's dub '.were honored guests last evening at a rook party at the Woman's club. It is the annual entertain the mothers each June. ;> Swectpcas, larkspur and other 'garden flowers decorated tlie Woman's club'with reed baskets and •low bow-is of blossoms arranged as >thc. background for the tables. .;;.The cut prize, a black bowl filled .with swTetpcas, was awarded the •luother of Miss Grace Lowery The hos"tcsscs. Mcsdames i? E Belt, Lewis Phillips and Tom P .Jones, served brick Ice cream in pastel shades, and Individual cakes 'attractively iccd.- .«'.•" ~ • * t Seciely M«U. ,' The Woman's Missionary' society of, the Second Baptist church met at ( the church yesterday afternoon *ith Mrs. Tom Howard as leader White Jackets Top the Mode BV JOAN SAVOY NEA Srntce Writer Everywhere you go these days you see chic young things, nml some chic older ones, In smart white jackets. They 'have a freshness about them that Is very pleasing on hot (lays. Of course you wcnr tlicm h dark skirts. In black, brown or blue. And If you want to bo ultra-ultra, you can have both tlie white jacket nnd the dark skirt of linen. You can have your Jacket costume In a little dressmaker type, with fine seaming, pcrhai>s lucks, or varied siixs of pleats.^ Or you can have a softly tailored tyi», with trim levers, belt, long sleeves and all. The two diverse while jacket costumes pictured here show these (wo trends In this vogue. Has :t Killed Jacket First there is the graceful little Miorl-slccvcti costume of linen, Ihu jacket while and tlie skirt browi Bits of News Mostly Personal J. C, McHaney III, Is spending three weeks in Keimctl, Mo., with lelallvcs- N. Johns went to Cairo, 111., yc.sterduy to be with his cousiii who Is 111. Miss Nita Martin, of Princeton, Ky., arrived this morning to be with her sister, Mrs, John W. Blylhc, and to attend the funeral ol Mr. Blythe who died suddenly yesterday. T. If. Haynes, who has been quite I, is now convalescing. Mrs. Lnclic McMlllian, of Arkr- delphia, was the guest of her sis- ':cr, Mrs. Harold Haynes, and fani- ly for the week-end. Miss Annie Lee Seaman Is critically ill ul her home on Lake street. Miss Seaman has been an Invalid nil her life. Ernest Roe and C. L. Llntenich arc in Jonesboro today yon business. Herschc7 Caldwcll, freshman football conch at Duke University, Win- sttm-Salcm, N. C., left today for Montgomery, Ala., for a visit He Jms been visiting his parents hero. Miss Dcwcy Hainncr, student at the Blylhevillc hospital pi where Mr. ClriU attended the conimcncemenl exercises at Mlssls- 8l|ipl A. and M. Don H. smith, of Yarbvo. was the jucst of his son, 1'urcy Smith, and Mrs. Htnilh Sunday. Claude Perrin of Osceola transacted business here today. Miss Cora Colenniu, coiinly tiome demonstrator, is spending today at Red Line for a demonstration. Mis.? Arlcna Hires of Luxora, Is the houseguest of Miss June Hoi- lipeler for several days. Mrs, lierry B. Brooks jr., of Memphis, Is the huust.'jjijcst of her mother, Mrs. Allan Walton, Mrs. U. F. Lollin and Mrs. Elva Poc spent the wcekcn din Jiick- son, Tenn., with Mr. and Mrs. Ted Moderls. lias gone to Jonesboro for month's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Evrard has as their guests for the week-end Mr. and. Mrs. J. A. Abel and three daughters, Mrs. J. MisscsThelnm .and W. fox and Wilma Abel, of Nappancc, Ind., who were en- route tn I.os Angeles. Cal. Mr. Abel lias been superintendent of me Nappaneo schools for eight years and nil of his daughters are graduates of the University of Indiana Both Mr. and Mrs. Abel were pupils of Mr. Eynird when lie taught school In Indiana before coming here. Miss Martha Baker, student nurse of the Blylhevillc hospital hns gone to Aberdeen, Miss for a. month's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. John McKonzU. and Mrs. Margaret Flnnnlgnn, of Piiragonlct, were guests of Mr. and TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1031 Rou iiriuns iieiuly for Big Meeting Osceola Society—Personal The regular program meeting of the Methodist Woman's Missionary society was" held in the church parlors yesterday afternoon. The scripture lesson was read by Mrs. A. S. Rogers, Mrs. Eli Myers made a talk on stewardship, Mrs. Frank Hoivsc gave an interesting discussion of the scripture rending, anil short talks were made by Mrs. C. M. Harwell and Mrs. G. 13. Seyrnves on Methodist Missionary education in China. • * • Mrs. Harry Brooks was hostess yesterday afternoon to the Baptist Woman's Missionary Union. The Royal Service lesson for the afternoon was led by Mrs. M. I,. Suni- ners with parts on the program bo- ing taken by Mesdames R. H. Jones, H. H. Crooks. C. O. Smith, C. C. Bowcn ami Ida Tucker. A delicious Ice course was served following the lesson. • * * The Christian Workers met yesterday afternoon for a business session at tlie home of Mrs. Louis Nailliug, with Mrs. Nailling and her daughter. Miss Myra Mai Nailling, hostesses. Menus were arranged 'for the scries of Civic Club luncheons which the organisation will serve during the next three months. A delicious Ice course was served. • • • The Presbyterian Ladies Auxiliary met yesterday afternoon at the ^ home of Mrs. W. J. Driver with Mrs. Marcus Evrnrd for"thc"wee'k- I Mrs ' Drivcr " 11(l hcr cliuighlci-ln- end. | law, Mrs. W. J. Drivcr jr., hostesses. Fifteen members and one visitor The skirt is pleated down the front and back panel and tucked all around tlie bottom in a finish like that of the white jacket. The jacket it a lilted, flaring little trifle with a minimum of sleeve, not miitc to the elbow, and something brand new In n graceful rouiu neck with tlo ends . The Second is white, with blue buttons and polka-dotted scarf for Hie upper and a' navy blue gored skirt below. It, too, is linen, and it is topped by one of (he new starched linen hats that are so new and good tills season. Of course it- is banded in blue. Incidentally, the brown sports felt hat on the other figure has a white linen banding like the jacket. Quite a new touch, combining Ibrsc two materials, but most ef- fcc^ivc. This is the newest version of tlie old shirtwaisl-and-skirt mode revival. But it is infinitely smarter than a separate waist and skirt, much more flattering to the average person. - . ?f° sr;im the Christian Program For the devotional 'Mrs. T H Hayncs read -and commented upon we. 12 Prayers • were oflcrcd by Mrs. Alfred S. Harwell, Mrs. ton. Mrs. C. M. Gray gave a musical reading "Precious Name" and Mrs. Marsli M. Callnvroy read "Snug of Praise." For the program on "Fruits of lie Mission Fields", Mrs. C. J. Crane was In charge. She (old of he methods used by. our fore- others in first building their icme. then the church. Ihcn the school, and how that the church ind school arc now so closely linked. Mrs. C. M. Gray also siwkc of Ihe schools in telling of the spiritual nature of these Institutions and their living monuments. 'Tin Influence ot the School In I'hc Home" was Mrs. L. G. Ecliol's subject for an interesting talk. Wal . , rs. a- ter. Bishop and Mrs. T. H. Haynes on " Yollns £ The marriage of Miss Charlie Parker, of Booncville, Miss., and _Mr_-Abc Kinninghafn. of this city ,*as solemnized Saturday at Booiie- :«Uc with the Rev. E. H. Cunningham pastor of the First Method- church of that city, performing ceremony. &*£? BrWc ' who ^ "'e daugliter .w Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker of 'Boon«vllle, is a graduate of Miss- telppl College for Women at Col- vwnbus, and a member ol a pion- ;t?r family of that city. :. : iMr. .Kinnlngham is connected ,'Wth the Phillips Motor company .? They will make their home here following a brief honeymoon to jouthcra points. Mttta : isf The Woman's auxiliary of the 'JBrU Presbyterian church had an ^fplratlc.nal ana business niect- '"j'Church^Monday afler- Sleek Society—Personal Hospital Notes Howard McCain, city, was admitted to the Blylhcvillc hospital. Miss Nichols' Oceanic Flight Delayed by Fog NEW YORK, June 16. (UP) — Heavy fog which overhung this region today delayed the scheduled departure of Miss Ruth Nichols on the first leg of her attempted trnns- Atlantic flight. It was uncertain whether she would try to leave later in the day. phrtt,JJjftJVay,,.tl:Djrruth, the e,",**t the theme of trie d«vo- Tomato Fanner Charged With Statutory Offense . Charley Collins, 39-year-old Tomato farmer, was charged with a stalutory offense In a warrant served on him In his cell al the county jail today by deputy sherills. The warrant against Collins was issccd from Ihe office of Justice Oscar Alexander before whom he will be given p. preliminary hearing. Collins' U accused ot committing •the .'Offense against the person of i step-daughler. He -was arrested Sunday. Miss M;inun Wright, teacher in tlie public school here, left Monday for Memphis where she will attend sninmcY school. Morris Rubcnslcin, who has been visituiu in Osceola, Ark., for the past week, returned home Monday. Atty. T. E. Docrncr and Dr. nnd Mrs. Alvin Stephens arc spjndim; this week al Mr. Doerner's camp in Ihe Ozarks- Clarcncc Fimdcrbnrk, B. A. Wall Bert Wells, and T. P. Barker attended the ball game at New Madrid, Sunday aflernoon. Mrs. Sadie Crews was a business visitor at Blylhcville, Thursday. Nell Quhni of Carulliersville Is spending this week with his uncle, Mr. Elmer Eaves. ] Messrs. B. A. Wall and J. T. Brooks visited Mr. T. J. Greenwell at Cairo. 111., Thursday. Mrs. Gertrude Chtsm, Mrs. Wcl- lon Woodhouse, and Mrs. A. J McCollum spent Sunday In lily- theville with Mr. nnd Mrs. L. Carman. Mrs. L. W. Weaver lias returned from Dexter, Mo., where she Ins been visiting her mother. Mr. and Mrs>. W. C. Southern spent Sunday evening al Cantth- crsvilte. Mrs. Viola Marshall .visited her daughter, Miss Helen Marshall al Memphis, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Morgan .-.pent Sunday" ad Hayli with their daughter Mrs. Dick Ncelcy and iir. Nccley. i Mrs. Parker N'lchols ai:d daughter Miss Kathleen of Canaday \\t-re Sluelc visitors, Monday. Miss Helen Copeland visited Miss Eunice Gllllland at Cooler, Sunday. H .T. niyihe. 0( Memphis, was called here yesterday because ot tlie sudden death of his father John W. Dlyllie. Ho will return tomorrow. E.' M. McCall Is a palicnt'at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mrs. Florence Ulythu returned from Los Angeles, Cal., where she lieon vsiting her daughter,' Mrs. Harry Brown, and Mr. Brown, who fomcrly lived here. Miss Alice Mac Cannon, a student nurse in the Memphis Methodist Hospital since January, returned here yesterday to spend a two-weeks vacation with relatives and friends. According to reports Miss Cininon Is doins; splendid work there and has completed five of Ihe twenty subjects, ot the three years' course in nursing. Miss Luoile Bourland has as her Ruesl this week Miss Vivian Lynch of Luxora. Mrs. Roland Green and Miss Luta Scott arc in Memphis today to meet Miss Winnie Vh'cil Turner who is returning here after having been ill at her home In Newbern, Tenn., several months because of an injured back. Mrs. Joe Orr and two children of Bryan, Tex., arc guests of .Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Haley, parents of Mrs. Orr, and her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, and Mr. Sllckmon. They will be here 1 !! moiiUi. John McHaney jr., E, K. Biomey- cr, Acldisou Smith and Roland Orcen attended the fish fry al Hay- tl, Mo., lasl night given by the Jl:ty- li Lions club. Lefioy Wood, who works for Ihe stute highway department, is spending t\vo weeks here. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. CriU anil children have returned from Stark- villc and other poinls In Mississi|i- Cardwcil Residence CAiiUWELL. no.— Tim reskicnca owned and occupied by Frc-d Newton, in the scni!hwi';t [iirl of C.irrt- wt-'ll, war, destroyed by (ire aljout 2 o'cloc!: Moiiduy inovnin:. 1 . It is r.ot known iiow the fir: starte:!. 'Ihe lamily Iwcl been u'.it ct town for several das't. The. lions? and ii:; ctHiienip \veie a complfie loss. FISH FATAl.M'lKS I'jiff>l(KD CI-ARKSDAL-B, Miss.. CUl'J — Fish aie dyina by tiiu l:.i:i::-;i!iils in slreaiiis, lakes and b.iycus in the delta, according to L'lui'.i, 1 vvar- d-?ns who are having i;j::![)!i':i u! . the wakr examhu-d. Ton., i-f deact fish have teen rcir.oveil. poitcii COLUMN inn HONKY }11CKOUY FLAT. Miss.. lUPI — Abi:er Jones, plantation ownc: 1 j hue, recently tcok 5'J ;:r>';!><l:> ol j lionoy trjin one o! tlie v.'u:x'-.'n col- | iiiniis en his front po:x:.. Ueci have hiu-i In t\vo cohi!iin:> of iii-j large antebellum mnuion. CAT .IDOl'TS WOr.l' CtiBS GARDEN CITY, Mo., i.U!') — _ a i.ibuy crtt ma; 1 heie lost, i her k:'.ler.:i j!v i>romptly adapted two orphrii'.cd wolf tubs. The mother j'.tul foster children are doiny nice!'. 1 . The founder, incumbent president and noted world leaders who will speak at the 1331 convention of Rotary Internationa! hi Vienna, June 22-26, are shown here. Above, lefi to ri;jht. are: Almon E. Roth of Palo Alto. Calif., president, anil Paul P. Harris of Chicago, founder and president emeritus, who, although unable to attend, will send a message. Below, left to right, are: Lord Robert Cecil of England; Dr. Louis R. Grate of Germany, and Edward A. I-'ilene of Boston, all of whom will address the delegates from throughout the world. "Humming Bird" were present. Mrs. George Edrington led the devotional service and Mrs. R. A. Cramer led a foreign missionary program lesson on which Mrs. II. J. Hale and Miss Blanche Clccre took part. Delicious refreshments were served. Mrs. J. H. Lovcwell returned Sunday from Houston. Tc.x., where she has sixuif. the past Iwo weckb with her daughter, Mrs. Triad Fcl- lon. and Mr. Fclton. Miss Marjoric Doyle is in Little Hock this week visiting Miss Sarah Curtis. Miss Mary Belle Cowan is rc- in the Baptist hospital, Memphis, following an operation for appendicitis. Mrs, J. S. McCants wns reported much improved this morning. She is confined to her home here with pneumonia. Miss Josephine Montague of Memphis arrived Sunday to spend a two weeks' vacation with her sister, Miss Eva Montague, and her fattier, J. E. Montague, in Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. strlngfcllow returned to their home in Little Rock yesterday after a short visit with their daughter, Mrs. Robert Stunners, and Mr. Simmers in Osceola. Mrs. Tha'd Felton of Houston, Texas, formerly Miss Margaret Lovcwell of Osceola, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lovc- \\rll of Osceola. She was joined IKTC yesterday by her sister. Mrs. llijjh Hughey, and her small daughter, Sue Clay, of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. n. A. Cartwright ai:d Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy spent Siuicly evening in Memphis where they visited Miss Mary Belle Couan, who is recovering from an Courier News Want Ads Pay. Announcing The Opening of a New Picnic Park and Barbecue Pavilion Beginning Thursday Wi: v \\\ | JO coinplclcly equipped to nccoininud:ii 0 |,ionic parties on our spacious, sliady lawn wlu-re delicious barbecue, sandwiches and all kinds O f cultl drinks can bo secured at our pavilion. WE INVITK YOU TO COJIB OUT-l'I.KNTY OF SHADK AM) 1'l.DNTY TO EAT. In connection wild mn- barbecue pavilion wo will operate a m u,l,. n i lilling station, hatulling Phillips C.ii g;is ;UK i O ii products. FLOYD'S PARK I'lo.vrt Simpson. Mgr. On Highway IS. \v,.s ( of City Limits KJUK-LIXiGKI) CiriCKKN 1SOIIN EVERETT, Wash., (W) — J. J. Vcncs 1 Hiiodc Iila:id lied chick has four leas. member of the faculty o£ a Miami, Fla., high schcol, relurneil a few days ago to spend Ihe summer va- | cation with her parent?, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Coston, in Oiceala. Sr.3 | v.'n.s accompanied by her cousin, | Mason Coston, who returned Moni day lo his ho:i:c In Dirmins'riRm, [Ala. Miss Mcrril Miller has returned from Tutiriler, Miss., \iherc she was a member of ti:e higii schcol ! faculty lasl term, and will spsnd • Ihe summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Miller, in Osceola. Miss Cora Lea Colemrm, county home demonsli'atlion ugent, of B]y- j thcville, is in O=ceola tociay and will visit boys a; »«:•: 4-1! clubo • on Litiie Kivcr Ihis afternoon. Princess Louschaenyj, above, prct- ly Chlckasaw Indian girl from Oklahoma uhose name means "the InimminL; bird," is shown here as she will appear in "The First American," the annual pageant of Indian life, which will lie presented in August at Albutiuer- cnic, N. M. Hundreds 01 Indians, Spaniards and cowboys will fake It will dry in twenty in:;n'.tcs! A Summer Spencer, made juif for you of iKecr, opcr.-woave fabric w3t tcduco joar hips INCHES; fallen diaphragm and abdomen, end ilrjigKtiil >I!IS. J. J. DAVIS Ers;is!:rad Spencer Co'.c-ol 110 Fulton Slitct. Blv ihsviile. Ark. 1'honc -121 A Canadian scientist has tosccl accurate weather forecasts in Ca;i- ada on the conditions in India tilt- previous six months. Her Piles Healed • Ai'lcr 20 Years appendicitis operation in the Baptist hospital. Miss Sarali Coston. who is a Mi's. U. E. M?,st-, 317 South Till St., Goshen, Ind., who was entirely healed of Piles anil other Rectal Trouble after siUfering '20 years, urges ail Miiferers to wrile Tile Thornton fc Mi:ior Clinic. Suiie 710, 920 McGee E:., Kansas Ci;y, ^io., (or a new tree copyrighu-i! bool; whicli IclJs all about hcmorr- lioids (piles), fistula and ether forms of rectal diEeo:£s and which fully explains a safe, sme, mild treatment lint has rtstorud mure than 40.C«30 alllicted [Kople lo renewed health. There is r.o cost or obligation. —AUv. New Prices On Bennetts Pasteurized Milk Effective Today Sweet Milk, Qts. - - - lOc Whipping Cream, V 2 pt2flc Sweet Milk, Pts. - - - - 6c Cottage Cheese, Pts. - 20c Butter Milk, .Qts. - - - - 6c Cottage Cheese, % Pt. ISc Sweet Cream Butter, Lb. 35e Safeguard Your Health By Using Only Grade Fasteiu'ized Phone 74

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