The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 11, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 11, 1934
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(A1|K.) COURIER ' NEWS Social Calendar TUESDAY'S JEVENTS Mrs Ramsey Duncni presenting ItUfts pupils at First MelhodlM ckivnh, I p. m. "Mrs. Uoyd Stlckmon litvlnB Young Ua Irons Bridge club. Mrs. C. H. H»ll entertaining at country club lot Miss Mary Ellen Stevens, bride, 'elect. Tuejdiy Contract club meeting with Mrs. J. Nick Thomas. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Bible study of Church of Christ meeting wHh Mrs. K. M. Huffman. FWelb Sunday school class ol First Baptist church meeting at church 7 p. in. Mrs. Lotus Becoy Laird enter taining with bridge shower tor Utss Irnm Laura Barnes, bride elect, at 2;3(f p. m. Mrs. Joiin Sawyer.jr., and Mta Martha Robinson having luncheon for Miss Eve Harwell, bride-elect. THURSDAY'B^VVBNTa Mmes. A. M. Church, Ben Wiggins and George Shanks entertaining with' H kitchen shower und bunco party at the Shanks home, 2:30 p. m., for Miss Irnm Laura Barnes, bride-elect. Luxora Cemetery Association benefit party at the Luxora school gymnasium. Phone Mrs. J. D Hires, No. 14, for reservations. U. D. C. meeting with Mrs James B. Clark and Mrs. S. L Gladlsh at Clark home. Clast Meets The Dorcas Sunday school class of the First Baptist church met with Mrs. O. W. Lewis Friday evening when 20 members and six guests attended. Included In the guests were Misses Lorraine and Marjorlc McDoiiEal of Booncvillc, Miss.; nieces of Mrs. H. E. Bar- nttte, Miss Wynclte Shepherd ot 'Jonesboro. vUltlne Mrs. T. H. Sheplierd and Mrs. Theodore Logan, and Miss Alta Fayc Simmons, who served refreshments. Flowers from the hostess' garden decorated her suburban home. T. H. Haynes, a guest, tad in group ^niing and for the devotional emch gave her favorite verse from the Bible. Mrs. W. M. Crow conducted the devotional. . The hostesses were: Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. 8. J. McDearman and Mrs. Frank Simmons. * • • Elects Officer* Mri. W. A. QrimmeU was elected president of the Fidel Is Bun- dty.scUoolVcUss^of the, First Baptist churcb,?Jn "a me/tlngi Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. (J. W. Mulllns. other officers named were: Mrs. E. J. Graham, first vice president; Mrs. Russell Fair, second vice president; Mrs. Jesse Seaman, third vice'president; Mrs. .W. J. Wunderlkh, fourth vice president;. Mrs. U. W. Mulllns, secretary; Mrs. J. R. Tankerslcy, cor- By Htkn WcliUwr I KNOW M much aboul you—just the way 1 Ynur fare lifilils up nt soincllnnij in a book; Tlie caguntvi uilli vlilcli you htljp small boyi Sail paper boats, down drilling on a brooV. 1 know you ijKml \rnir .slrjy < oins foolishly For liurdy Ki'iHy lune* sweet, brk( blooms SliecUeiuicRs-wll . . . I r.m'l t'orflel Hie wjy Your eyes luvc uuilcd al me xioa »ldc room. A TIMK or two vlion you've Ixtn tuinnry, loo, n Ikcjiiisc jou fl:ivi- Ino frctly, lha| 1 know. 1 A iuil you wore—a snil you nuvcr liked— AIM) how you walkcil so ill jif.lil, Imd hifih, heart low. And M Hicsc Ihlnju li:ive uuile me love you more Ttuu »ny fcals uul knialiU KrfonB Ui war. Fairest Flowers At Flower Fete sueii to MLsn Clyde Blcvlius and I mother, Randal' Nichols, teachers lii. the chool, will reside In the hut as caretakers nnd official hosts. All social organizations of the town Till he privileged to entertain In he hut. Mr, and Mrs. C. I). Wood utid Hiss Anna Margaret Wood will cnvc Sunday for a trip to Die Century o( Progress. They will vls- l points In tlie East before reaming home. Mrs. R. A. Klmbrough, wife ol 3r. R. A. Klmbrough, pastor ol lie local Baptist church, was elected dUlrlcl president of the W. U. U. organization at the meeltns n MarlBima last Tuesday. This Is he second position of distinction hat Mrs. Klmbrough has recently been elected to nil. She was elected to membership on the Slate executive board at the state meet- liiB In I.lttle nock In .-.prll. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Wunderlich tmve returned from a week's stay n St. Louis. They were the guests of Mr. Wunrterlich's parents, Mr. anil Mrs. George Wunderlich. I.lttle Misses Peggy and Dilsy SIHiman, daughters of Mrs. EhV.u- belh Sililman, will leave soon In spend the remainder of the summer .wldi relatives hi Jamestown, Herbert Swartz and Thurman Scott have returned from Chicago, where they spent a week at thc Century of Progress. Mrs. Lillian Mlfllin Frier, who has been thc guest of relatives here for several weeks, lias returned to her home In Shrcveport. Thursday night Dr. and Mrs. Tlico. P. Hudson entertained (lie. five table contract club ot which they nre members and an extra tnble of guests, composed of Mr. and Mrs. Koiand Green, Blytlic- vlllc, and Mr. and Mrs, J. A Mc- Culluuyh, Luxora. nigh score dill) VnEco Skelton. both of Iloscland.lolhcr relatives and 1 friends, have I prizes were won by Mrs Louie ' " ' '• Walters and Mr. R. C. Lahgston, guest prize was won by Mr. awl Baby Named • " l The son born n week upo to Mr, nfl Mrs. J, Ernest Hulscll hns CII named John Lyons llalscll. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. WhlUorth l»d as their guests Sunday Mrs. j. C. .Oliver, Mrs. Eric Fletcher, Lfcomp»n!|<l: bju <her sister. Mrs 2eri. "' ' ""' " " '"' responding EecreEary; Head, reporter. Mrs. Roy Bits of Mostly Personal returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Gvccn i. Mewrs of 'film Bench: Hi,', "'"' " ci . "Mrs* John-Whltworth, of Holt,r en " Rnn attended n pnity in Luxor A Friday evening given by Dr. nnd Mrs. Thoiwi.s I. nudson. Alvln Huffman jr., rcturi>ed last night from Jackson. Miss., where lie recently underwent an opera- lion for appendicitis after having been stricken while attending Mississippi college at Clinton, Miss. His brother. Frank, accompanied I him home nnd they were met In Memphis by Mr. and Mrs. Jake Huffman. His condition Is excellent. Mrs. D. A. Harwell, ot Friendship, Tenn.. has arrived for a visit with her mor.ier, ;»ire. J. F. SHII- Ark. Miss Carolec Wood hns returned rom 'Holt, Ark., wlwre she spent a week with her cousin, Elizabeth Ann Fletcher. Miss Wyiictlc Joncsboro, is he Shepherd, houscguest oil of The hostesses. Mrs. Mullins, Mrs. K. D. Marr. Mrs. Grlmmetl anrt Miss I.una B. Wilhelm served refreshments of an Ice course after Miss Wilhebn had spoken brlclly. Cnnljr Connrll 4lh Cl«bs Mreti Here The Mississippi county councl of Bays and Girls 4-H clubs met at the Woman's club Saturday lo discuss plans for the 4-H rallies There were 25 present who were presided over by Mrs. Maul. Hujhey. of fone Oak. The Chtckasawba district wll hold its rally' or? July 5 and -the Osceola district on July 6. Games contests and horse shoe tounia menu will be featured In thc en tertainments. All clubs arc en couraged lo enter folk dance's an clubs having an orchestra, ol tw or more pieces, nre asked lo eom- municatc with a county a»mt A basket dinner will be served The council voted to endorse worklnc for a county fair. k Lmcheon Wttl Be Oh-en For Mis, Harwell ,. Ml f Ev! ? Harwell brldc-tlect, *U1 be guest of honor at a luncheon to t| given Wednesday by John sawyer Jr., and Miss k^ia Robinscn at "the Robinson HM Hook Clob Members of'the Thursday Rook club were guests of Mrs. c. E lor a parly Thursday af- • The games were played In .... ...jig room which was attractively decorated with her yard nowers. ' Ice cretm, topped with ttraw- oerries, ind cake were served. rlrs. T. H. (shepherd and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Logan. Joe Bcaslcy of Steele, Mo., who attends Tulanc- University at New Orleans, has arrived here to spend the summer while interning at the Blytheville hospital. Miss Sue Butt, who Is now visiting In New York city, is expect- Luxora Society — Personal Mrs. McC u Hough. Mrs. J. N. Hunt and Mre. Matlie Williams left Sunday morn-1 _ for u week's visit with rein-1 lives in Mississippi. Mrs. Hunt will I vsit, her cuter. Mrs. Hutchins, in! Inverness and Mrs. Wlllams will I be the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ed- mlsron. Louise. Promised Land Club Meeting Well Attended The Promised Land Home Demonstration Club met at the hwnc of Mrs. Walker McGaiighey on Wednesday afternoon. Yes. you'll want lo be 'way down in Dixie when the rhododendron festival begins In Aslievllle, N. G. June 12, and lliose beauties nl tend R3 representatives of t' slates. They are. from top to hot toin: Jnlli B. McLaurln. of l.aii caster. S. C.: Carolina Do Mon tlgnc. ot Jacksonville. Fla.. an Mary II. Blai-k, of Birmingham Aln. There were three visitors 24 MONDAY, -JUNE 11, 19H \\ It's Up to the Women BY MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT Rewards Not Always .in Salary Thc cost of u real trained nrsc is very high and often ut ncccraary for thc patient 1 beyond the patient's means, id that has led to another occu- atlon—that of practical nursing, or tills a woman docs not have have II ic years of training hich llo tchlnd the registered urse, but she docs have to have ood common sense and exper- nce. One ot my friends has been a radical nurse for old people rmiirlng companionship and care r a number of years and has. think, proved that this octiupa- on can be Interesting and help- ul and carried on successfully y women of mature years. It Is in smaller fields arc Innumerable women, women in charge of settlements, women In city departments, women In county work, and each one 'of them 'has had Ihe satisfaction of feeling that she lias entered into the lives of Innumerable families and left them better off than she found them This must be the compensation for some disagreeable experiences, Her Beauty to Grace Fete but dull I doubt if there are many moments for social workers. Tlie problems are always new be. cause human beings arc so variable arid whether one Is working for a church, or an organized association or branch of thc The Luxora Cemetery association .•111 sponsor a benefit party Thursday night. June 14, in the school gymnasium. Bridge, five hundred, rook und pitch will be played. There will he tnble prizes ! and refreshments will be served. members and present, Including'.kllliiiG cock roaches^ H Is tl Mrs. Chamberlain, mother of Mrs. jsamc as for killing lice on chick. Godwin, ntid a member of Flood- ens - Sodium Flouride. Mrs. J. S. wny Homo Demonstration club,'Godwin, tlie Poultry chairman gave Mrs. Oliver Kerfoot, of Pocahon-' R short discussion on Poultry dis- tas, Ark., and Mrs. L. C. Johnson, en£c ' XIrs - Johnson told of thc I a former member, who is visiting barrel homc-inaclc broodcra / she j from Clcvelan^ Miss. The Poods h!ltl £ccn '" Mississippi. Mrs. Cjod- Clmlrman. Mrs. Glace Crawford, i wln distributed the Arkansas bul- oulllned Ihe rules and regulations' • lctln sholli »K how to make ihe of tlie Bread and Cake contest. I brick 1>r oodcr. , Mrs. FclK Hill, yard improvement I At tnc conclusion of the bu'sl-1 articutarly satisfactory to find ork where the ace limit can e extended a little, as one of the ost tragic cries today is—what an a. \yuman over forty-five do? Many young girls are ako tak- i )g a shorter training course and ecomlng aids to laboratory re- cnrch workers. They learn to elp in the tests and lake photo- rnphs nnd do a number of things 'Inch are useful to men and wo- Kn who are carrying out experi- icnts nntl doing research work Ions various lines. I think this s only a six months' or a year's oiirsn nnd they are called tech- icians. This "has proved inter- sling to many young girls and 'omen. In tlie field of social work, of ursLs (here are Innumerable aiicties of occupations that do Qwndays require a course of raining and very frequently a ollcjjc background. But there are ramcii Mill man:<fin<; day nurser- cs und the housekeeping end of ettlcmenl.s who are not college rained and not particularly young. am stressing this point because so many inquiries come from niddle-nt;ed women to what still ies o|wn to them besides Cle Irudgery of a hotel linen-room or a cleaner's job. The social welfare worker who mkes a name for herself and sets some really important enterprise started has a most interesting life. Women like Jane Addams, Lillian Wald, Mrs. Slm- khovitch and Jane Hocy, all of whom have been at the head ol some great ' movement for socia' welfare, are of course In the very lop-notch group, but under them and doing useful pieces of work government, the actual dally con tads are with human beings and the variety is endless. Of course, many of us hope the necessity for much of th? work done by social welfare workers Mill .disappear under : J\KV deas of social Justice which are gradually becoming prevalent in •nodern society. All charity should >ave as Its objectives not only he immediate alleviation of dis- ress bin the future upbuilding of the individual or thc 'family "o a point of independence so :hat charity will te unnecessary. The civilization of Rome came :o an end because Individual citizens lost faith In each other, nit how can there be nny last- ng faith between Individuals when members of one group are constantly conscious of the fact hat their life is so conditioned hat they can never hope to leave nisery behind them, and attain mduriniy, independence sufficient lo provide them with a simple ind dcLTnt method of livelihood? Confidence in your fellow citi- •eixs can only be maintained in i civilization which makes cer- :ain standards of living possible for each ' and every individual gives an equal opportunity I 1 * every individual to progress as '«• as his ability and character will permit. NEXT: TodiT's Challenge To Women. (Copyright, 1933, by Anna Eleanor Roosevelt; distributed by United Feature Syndicate, Inc.I Jauntily lovely In her uniform as b.nul sponsor of the University of Tennessee, Miss Jessie Mamie Grills of Dyersburs. Tenn., Is shown above. Slie will represent her slate at tlie seventh animal rhododendron festival at _Ashe- Ville, .N'. C., June 12-15. ' Miss Grills is a «enior »t.l). ot T. McElvain won tlie ten days visit ] to the Worlds Fair offered, by local merchants In a trade, contest which closed Thursday evening. Martha Ray, placing second, won ] the award of a year's pass .to the Gem Theater, offered by UK theater management. Read Courier News Want Ads. Osceola Girl Awarded Trip--to World's Fair OSCEOLA, Ark.—Mary Margaret PRUCS |And Carefully Compounded [Prescriptions are Our Specialties. !—Ask Your Doctor. •' •'•' .'. Fowler Drug C*. R. N. Hill . .. J,.M. F*wler Registered Fha'rauciris ed to icturn home the last of the | Guests from surrounding towns are week. Mlw Butt, after the closing } cordially invited. Table rescrva- of Riiiidolph-Mncon college at: lions arc $1 and can be marie by [.ynchburg, Va., went to Washing- phoning Mrs. J. u. Hires, tele- ton, D.-C!., lor a week's stay be- ! phone number 14. lore going to New York. ... Mrs. Waltu- Rosenthal and son.; The Baptist W. M. U. held their Harold Nathan, have gone to Eudora, Ark., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Carol Meyer nnd Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Wclnbcrg for B week. regular bi-monthly meeting at the church Moisdny afternoon. Mrs. C. B. Wood was program chairman and Mrs. H. A. KtmbrouRh con- Jack Applebaum spent ycstcr- :ducted ihe devotional. Mmes. Clias. day In Memphis with Mrs. An-, Hvuns. S. J. Smith, B. O. Wllklns plebaum and son, Jnclc jr., whole, li. Wood. R. A. Ktmbrough nnd will return next Sunday from thc! Clias. Cordirnn took part on the St. Joseph hospital. | program. Miss Jane Davis, ol St. Louis.: Tlie community kitchen, that has nnd Miss Doris D.ivls, of Kansas i been a long cherished dream of City, have returned home utter (he Community club members has spending several days with Miss i at last materialized. Work began Ruth Bult who also attends Sophie ! on it List week and In a lew days Newcomb college at New Orleans., It will be ready for use. The lot Mrs. Eddtc B. David and Miss | unit material was donated by 'Announcement has been made of ui« mamaie of Miss'Helen Holly !*K'"* I K'W''« State. perfumed the muritge iw_ '—~——•»•• >|U b^^n rfLAdc 01 £l5 trT ^f e °* M|M *?""» c 1 *^ «>»)•. toA Arvll E. NlcWl, both Mo The wedding mas oy the Rev. w, v ,MtoroI the First MeUi- chiaeh, «n June 3. r » - _ and Law Dm, boUa at eteele, Mo PURELY VEGETABLE LAXATtVE chalrnmi!. led an interesting dis-! ncss "'eetiiiij whlcli was conducted cussion on planting and care ofi by 'he'president. Mrs. Jerry While flowers. Mrs. Duel Moore, the can- builco was P 1; 'Ved. The traveler's , - ning chairman, gave n demonstration on kinds of Vegetable suitable for canning. Mrs Moore said "Do not think that palatable tender standardized product may bo tnk- cn Irom a can when over mature, husky vegetables have been put into the can or Jar." Mrs. Moore had some over matured beans and some that were Just right for canning, and explained why the flavor nnd texture were affected by the ripeness. Thc gardening chairman. Mrs. J. N. Hill, instructed the club to keep busy hi their gardens this month. She reminded the club that their gardens should be cultivated and Hint successive ! I plantings ol snap beans, butler beans, pole and bush variety, roasting car corn, beets and carrots pbnted now'° t0 '" nt « s sl '°"« <*' . prize was won by Mrs. B. F. Fitzgerald. The high score prize was won by .Mrs. Felix Hill. During thc social hour Mrs. Mc- Gaughcy was assisted in serving refreshments of chocolate sundaes and pecan cake. Mrs. J. s. Godwin, assisted by Miss Colcman. gave a demonstration In capoiiizing. This club raises capons instead of turkeys Next meeting will be an nil day covered dish luncheon at Mrs. Dud Moore's, this beino the birth month of Mrs. Moore' Hill. and Mrs. Wnnle Matthews motored to'town and thc work is being done Tlir clothing chairman Mrs SlkestOtl. Mo.. vnsU-rriav fnr Ihi. hv VDA 1.1 „ ........"* LlMirman. Mrs. Slkeslori, Mo., yesterday for the by EH A labor, lolf tounianient, accompanying! Tlie Coniiuutilty hut Is also Frank Whltworth and Mr. David, j Hearing completion. Mr. and M Miss Pearl Graves, who under-; ftcnt an operation for nppendic!tis ! • ' Monday at the Blythevlllci lospilal, was removed to her home oday. Mrs. R. L. Shcnick of Roauokc, Va., who Is visiting her 'parents., Dr. and Mrs. c. E. Wilson, went' to Shawnedlown, III., for the week- i end. visiting relatives of Mr. Sber- rick. ! Scott Hams is expected to return from Memphis and Greenville, Miss. Mrs. W. F. Morrow, of- Birming- 1am, -Ala., has arrived for a visu with her aunt, Mrs. diaries p Wood. Mrs. Henry Bryant has returned from the Memphis Baptist hospital, where she was very 111. She Is now Improving. Miss Anna' Mac Jones went to Murray. Ky., yesterday where slis will visit relatives for several weeks. Miss Huth Goldberg, of Osceola, spent Ihe week-end hcte as gupst of Miss Florence and Allrccl Arlan. Mrs. Charles E. Brown and. cull- dren, ot Helena, wlio spent last week here visiting Mrs. Droves jonsiipation I If constipation causes you Gas, Indigestion, Hradactics, Bart Skcp, Pimply Skin. Bet quick relief with ADLERIKA. Thor- oilgll action, yet gentle, safe. ADLERIKA TAKEHOMEAPACKAflE OF Emmetl Wilson, gave instruction Zrv^vn 1 ,' 5 ' 1 Dr ° M mu(Cfl - Mrs. Icily Drug Store and Klrby Bros. Jcri> White gave a recipe for^Drue Co. -Adv. That crisji, cool appearance so de- sirahle in linens and other sntnmcr clothes can be acquired only by Ihe highest quality deaning. Therefore we suggest that you try Barnes' cleaning during; thc hot months . . . Sec what a difference superior finishing makes in summer clothes. BARNES' NU-WA CLEANERS Phone 180 PONTIAC 40 DOWN $ ON ALL MODELS THE GREATEST VALUE IN THE LOW-PRICED FIELD! OW ONLY $ 675 , Pond ac, Mich. Withtttnii*idtttr*gquipmtnt,f31*dditionml. Fonliaa it a Gannml ANI UP Effective immediately, Pontiac announces a sweeping price reduction on every car in the Pontiac line. Rifting dinged bit (he Prki! In m«lring this 9en$«tion*l price reduction, Pontiac further announces that the; big, beautiful Pontiac Eight ha* not been cheapened in any way , . . nothing has bftn omitted... nothing hai b«en chaagexi but the price I EeMMy - - lew The Pontiac Eight, now listing at *40 less,' is the identical car that has thrilled thou- • lands of owners with its remarkable • imoothness, ease of riding and exceptional economy. It has the tame 117-inch wheel- bate, Knee-Action wheeli, Tnie-Coum »teering, powerful Bendix brtket, Ft»her bodies and PUher No Draft Ventilation. Before you bvjr vay car SEE Kid- DRIVE the low-priced, economical Pontiac Eijhtl OWNERS SAY X6 TO 18 MILES TO THE GALLON LEE-COPPEDGE MOTOR CO. Biytheville t Ark. ''-

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