The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 2, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 2, 1934
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, \JULY 2, Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Democratic Women's club having picnic itt hoine ol Mrs. James B. Clark, 11 A. M. Miss Ollle KHeore, daughter ol the Rev. R. B. Kllgorc. mill Mr. James Edgar Leo. son of Mr. James F. Lee, were untied In marriage Friday evening by Ihc Rev. W. J. LeRoy, pastor of Ihc Uke Street Melhodisl church. The brldo attended school nl Aimorel where she Is well known. Mr. Lee, who lormerly llvert at Cilhoun City, Miss., is connected iltri the Hlghflll Implement Co Mr. nnd Mrs. Lee will make thtlr home at 1401 West Ash St • ' - <i a * Cwntr> Cli* to H»T» Picnic Bvpptr. Members ot Ihe country c'^-1 and their families will hare n picnic supper on the club housi porch Wednesday evening, ' o'clock, following the golf con tests. Mmes. Hurry Klrby, J. A. Ix'ccl and Eddie B. David are in charg of'the »ft»lr which Is to tncltvl bolli adults and children. The have asked the Indies to each pre ptre a picnic sucpcr~"and Mils wl bel'sprcad'together, j W. J. Pollard, who wiis rcccnll narhcd chairman of the culcrtatn ment committee by Everett n. Cle owper of th« club, Is making ar fcngements for the aflalr. Olhc nembers of Mr. Pollard's commit tee nre Fanner England and^ Jl»: rate Bell. ~ Another coming ar-jlr "win~ the. stag smoker on July 1C nl the conclusion of Ihe Trl-Slnlc Golf tournament. • * * Compliments Daughter. Mrs. E. tJ. Stacy Imtl n Inmco party Friday afternoon complimenting her daughter. Miss Anna- beUe Stacy, who celebrated her 18th birthday. Miss Emnmltnc Pnge won first honors, n compact. Miss l.nnisc L«ggett received a hnmlkcrchtct for low score and Ihe traveling prize, cards, went to Miss Mclba Foster. An Ice course was served Ihc 1? guests. It's Uplo the Women «Y JIKS. FRANKLIN I). ROOSEVELT The New Social Ode When Frances I'eiklus says. "I Ihat when all Is said and (lone, in't go away because under Uic vnincn AltK <lllleri>nl Irom men Induslrlal bill we have nil they cannot refuse lo acknowledge their dlflercn':es. Not lo acknowledge (Iiem weak- 'nii Ihe caw. Their phj^lcal lunc- lons -In life air dillerrnl and iicihaps In Ihc same way the con Bits oj Nttcs Mostly Personal Mniu Hoc b, cilllcally 111 at Ihc liomc of 111-; fclsliT. Mrs. Kd Cialu, ;oulli of the city. Bolli Mr. and Lauru Bassett. her parents, her Miss Gladys. Dussctt. and Mrs. McCulstlon nnd children, of Coiiway, Ark., who "were cnroutc to Chlciigo for the fair. Miss Patty Shnne. who lias been unending Arkansas Stale college nl Joncsboro, returned home Frl- ilay aller completing a six weeks course. Her parems, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shnne, motored over for her. 11111 Afllh-k Is attending to Iniil- nc'.ss In Lcachvllle today. Mr. and Mis. I/jy Welch have letmni'd from Kansas City, Mo., where they went for their daughter, Mnrlhu, who attends school [here. Uyron Moisc led Hiitiuday for HAS Banco. Party. Twelve "guests we~e entertained by Mrs. C. A. Klnnlnghain mid Miss Mary Frances Stacy Friday evening al the Stncy home. In the bunco games Miss Murle Leggelt won high score prifle, candy jar, Mrs. Ray Johnson of Dubuque. _Iown, received n picture lor the low score- award nnd the traveling prize, cards, went lo Mr.: Luther Williams, of St. Louis. The hostesses served Ice crcan and cake. Have Mornlnr Party. A summer luncheon was given by Mrs. Cecil Shane and Mrs. H. Elklns Thursday morning when they entertained 20 guests nl tin Shane home. Snapdragons, baby zinnias nni roses decorated the living nnd sui room where the ladies playc bridge. Al the conclusion of (h tames a cold plalc lunch nnd n: ice course were served at table tdorned with colorful flowers. Mrs. B. A. Lynch won high scor prize, hosiery, nnd Mrs. Doyle Hei cierson received a double deck cards for second high. Meeting Chan^d. The guild of (he Firsl C-hristla church, scheduled to meet II evening at the home of Mrs. Cecil Lowe, will meet nl Ihe home of Mrs. R. I,. Dedman at 7:45 o'clock with Mrs. M. H. Cameron as program leader. Manila Society — Personal ew industrial uni we lance lo achieve for Hi? workers f llila country teller cnndlllons or which 1 have worked all my fc-," she is nul slaying because lie will ynln anything materially, or herself or her friends, but be- aiibe Mie sees an opiwrtunliy fur ,avciuinciU lo render n fiMina- icnl scrvlie to llic general happt- iess of the working nun nnd wo- nnn and their famine.-;. This Is what we mean as 1 .see .1 by the "new dral." Look carc- fully, O people, at Ihe record of ;omc of your public servants It the past lew years! Docs this al- IHudc strike you UK new? fl ;o Hie women ave In part iTS|innsl- bb lor It. nnd l' llilnk nl prcscn : can counl on a more active interest from IlK'in anil u consl.inl- ly Increasing willingness to bear liiclr proper share uf Uic burdens ol government. • Now lor the dreams ol Uiu fuImc: If women mv really going lo awake (o Ihrlr civic duties. II iliey lo incept changes In clnl living and try to make ot Is L-ounlry a r?al democracy. In! (lie test of opportunity Is ullable lo every child and where c comiiensalions ol 111? are nol rely material ones, liien \\'c may deed be .seeing Ihe leall&Ulon of really new deal for Ihp in'opk 1 . this Is to come line. It seems me Ihat the women have gul learn lo work logether even 'fore they work with men, and ey have got to be realistic in cing lire social problems that ave lo be solved. They cannot 'cepl certain doctrines .simply l>e- iiise they s^und well. 1 have often thought dial It iimried so well lo talk about (mien being oil an equal fuelling ilh men and sometimes when T ave listened .'lo the arguments ol IP National'. Woman's Party'-aivd i?y ha\ p e complained thai they oulci nut compete In the labor larkel because restrictions were Id upon women's work which eic nol laid upon men's, I have een almnsl Inclined (o rii;rce wllh iiem Hint such restrictions were njiisl, until 1 came to realize 'hey equals In m;my w;i.vs, Frankfort. Mich., where he will Mrs. Hue arc Invalids. Mr. Hou spend u month wllh Ills family havlni; l:een 111 from paralysis lorimid Mre. E. F. Klrshncr ami lam- more limn u year. |i]y. W ) 10 illc t | 1( .,. c for ||, c fc[11|l _ Mih. llouai'd Proclor Is ill at mcr. her home on Fourth street. Uarrard Candlll went, lo Ilaniv Miss Mo?.ellv Pelty, of Kcnnett. •••••Mo., .s|x.'iil Kunday will: her parents. Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Telly, !)«0 W. Walnut HI. Her shier, Miss Arlene. accompanied her lo Kcn- ncll for u lew days stay. Mrs. u. I.. Winston, ol Memphis. Iriuulloni wliloh they are to brine Is Hit' niU'j.1 of her ynnulparents, lo Ihc spiritual side ol life arc; Mr. mid Mrs. W. J. Knox. Tim Itcv. uiul Mis. W. V. Wom- Uuturday where he will spend two weeks al Camp Kla Kin llomei have a lileiut who wiolo me ack will leave tomorrow for Smllh and E. M. Terry Jr.. arc al- leady there. Mrs. 0. E. Flsk and daughters, Misses llaxel and Alice, and Miss Ciolda Rinks hnvc returned Irom u month's motor lilp which took llieni Ihrough Mississippi, Tcnnes- HI-. Alabama, Noiih Carolina, Vlr- md daughlcr. 'Rcrn. bpent yesterday la Memphis where they were eucsts at nn all day party given by Mr. and Mrs. Milton Al- lenbcrg on (heir boat "Ruth Ann." Mr. and Mrs. Farnsworlh Black, formerly of ,ii;re and now of Memphis, were also among Ihe guests. At Ihe same time nuth Ann, daughter nf Mr. and Mrs. Allen- I.erg, enlerlalncd the lour claugh- lers of the guests with an all day parly at her home. Tom Mahan, iv.w is 111 at his me from malaria, Is belter. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Peck have (heir guests for several days, rs. 1'cck's parents, Mr. and Mis. lines fjnced and tlnee daugh- rs. ol Sparks mil. 111, and Mr. id Mrs. Howard Oglcxby ot Ev- iisvlHi:. Ind, who arrived Sat- rtlay. Mrs. George W. liarlium and randdauglilcr, Shirley June, went o rurmlngtcin. Mo., today lo visit clatlvcs for a week. Tliey went, P osi>edally to tee Mrs. Barham's lolhiT, who recently letiirned oin California where he had been '.siding. llorjiersville Society-Personal •s/ win nrny. Tinkle, Orley Matthews/ Will Se»eU,V I Ralph Coi», Jlmrny. Tinkle, Mar- jvln Etlmonltoi], J. M. Grantham, • Hilly Palmer, Kwell Harrison, Da| i'ld Jackson, Roland Jackson Jr., Marcus Peejy, rtank Ford and Alvln Klnsall. Miss Jessie Thwealt of Leacli- vllle spent ilie week with Ki-clyn nose. the other day :;ayliu; tlml she and her hiribiinil liv^l nil ur their money, they have Ivjcn obliged lo n" nnd live In a rural community In a small I.mntiuii.'O. She and her daughters lire tloing all their own work and they hnvc chosen Ihe community In which lliey are living not because they foiuul a hoiuv whleli they liked, but because lliey found a school Tor the children that lliey Icll would i;lve a rcnl education, lei Hit 1 r.chool was fuimd. found Ihc house. She adds, "I do nnt H'Riet Hie money—it has bren a inarvi'luiis experienw. (jlvlnc my clillilren a (rue sense of values, and 1 luive learned what real |K.'oplc my country neighbor are." 'I here are many ivojilv who may imke this same dlscoviry and It nol always n^n'Ksary to lose •.'ver.vlhlne In cider lo make II. ml It Is necessary lo allain the .-Iblon ol a ne\v and dldcienl life. 1 was leading lately a bonk iVlilch nuiusey Miii-Honnlii wrote about his wile who died in 1311 and who M-em.s locliiy lo be alive ns one reads the [lages of Ihe book, ahc was lar alie.ul of her lime In many ways, bill her most striking clKiracierkslic. from youth Aik.. where Ihi'y will s]iond Iwo weeks while Womai'l: allcnds Ihc Methodist :is. c embly. Mr. inxl Mrs. J. Mel! Urooks Wellington, D. Mary land, Pennsylvania. New York city spent Sunday al I'lgyoll, Ark., us guo.sls of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert K. Lcc. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips and Charles S. Jx-mons returned Salurday Irom Chicago, where they attended the fair, mid Detroit. the Rev. jnointi of Canada and rcliirnlni, Western Iminu through the noitii. stopplni iit Chicago fnr a vkll at the fail Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Parker ant .•MI. accompanied by, Mr. and Mi.' Snydcr of Manila, Iclt Sunday lo a Iwo weeks vncullon lo be spen In Chit-ago and Colorado Springs Col., where they will visit Parker's .sister. Jeanne Fisher Is recovei where Mr. Phillip;; lind Mr. Lemons' I |1: B Iroln a Broken linger injure \\crr delegates In (he notary con- In Ihc soft bal nnd game between tl Professional Won' club Wee Harold Womaek has none lo Chl-i t ";' : . '','"'' " ll(l Hotary conn wlu-rc he will enter Ihe Radio i " c '^ >5 ' "'B' 1 '- Coipoialion of America Institute ^h'. and Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer an loi B year's sludy fulknving hlsj ra mily have inuved (o the apan Cindiiatlnii (roni lleniirlx colk-fie' It! ™' ol Miss Ellse Moore at 71 ul Coim.iy. | Vf. Walnut st. Frank Snnty, who has beeiT"Tiic guest of Mike Sallba tor ten days lias lefl lor l-lorl Benlon, (j"a.[ Mr. and Mi.s. ami :;on. Dick, Paul Grecnw the weeK- 'I'lic National Assembly ol I'an- niii Ls conslderlni! a law to make ompiilsory Ihe use of Ihe Span- sli language In all commercial Iccumcnts. Mrs. Roy Sloan and llltle daughter have returned to their home In Colllcnille. Tenn., after a two weeks visit with Mrs. Sloan's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hayes. Ml. and Mrs. Nelson Tlnnln rctuuied Tuesday from Greenville, wheic they had spent several days with Ihc killer's father. F. H. Bnlllnger. They also visited relatives In Arcadia. Laveinc June and Mary Lou Langdon Icll Wednesday lor Ironton, where they will spend a few days wllh tlicir aunt, Miss Maud Langdon. Itev. C. N. Cialncs. Scout Lead- i | Thomas K. Wllklns. and Areh j Young, with 14 Boy Scouts, left I eaily Wednesday for W. R. Sew-1 ell's camp . on I.itlle Black river. I In Duller county. The Scouts inak- 11 ing the trip were J. W. Allen, Prleil Celcbnlfs 50 Year ML«s | ST. LOUIS iUP)-Rt. Rev. Msgr. ; James J. McOlynn. pastor of Si. Rose Catholic Church her;, cele- uratcd his 50lh anniversary head of Hie church June 17. More than UK) pielates and pilesls |»r- ticipatcd in the ceremonies. Read Courier News Waul. Arts. THANK VOU: f appicclato everything done by my friends who aided 1119 in the Rill! Theatre contest in which I won third place. Marie Leggelt. DELICIOUS Hot Weather Specials Served Daily KLACK CAT COFFBK SIIOPPK Prkcs Reasonable O Last Time Today Mat. 2:30, 10-2ftc Nite 7:15, 10-35c (•ml at Hcurcy, Ark., nlicrc lliey visited anulher son. Donald, who is In camp (here. Misses Wlnllred Go:drich. Cli"- quila and Don-is Douglas and Havold Womaek leturned Filday Irom Conwuy where lliey allend- cd a young people's conference uf Mctliodisl ctiurrlies. Joe Uurnellc. son of Mrs. L. M. limnelle. left Saturday night for "IIuT.1! i"" 1 I,? 11 ,' 1 , 8 <y, no \ bel " s i Clllc " (!0 vvllcrc llc wlli s i* iul tw ° weeks nilending the Cenlnry of able In Itvi- In comfort when many others sullei-cd. Many wuiiicn in this country lave been carrjliig on sliiilliir work and jjerhaps sve are going to see evolvnl in [lie nesl few years nol a social order built by Ihe Ability ami brains' of- our' men, but n soci'il order which ulsn represents the utiderslnnding heart of the women. icishlon. Mo.. Mrs. II. W. Cowan nd Miss Jeanne Downing, of Mui!a. . Miss Maxlnc Poe visited friends nd relatives In Kcmictl. Mo., ,!onday nnd TuivHlay. The liev. M .!•'. Oallirlghl, who ins been spending a few days In !ol Springs taking (lie baths, re- urncd home Tuesday, lie reports ha! he is grcally improved. N'KXT: \Yimirli ard Carrrrs. (C0])yright. 1933. hy Anna Eleanor Roosevelt, distributor! by United Feature Syndicate. Inc.) Many Ilimirs Have electricity HAIiniSUUKU. I'ii. I UP) -One- tlilrd of Pennsylvania's [arm homes have electricity. Ihc Slate. Department ol Agriculluic re]»rt- cd. The number of farms electrified In the si n I c. Increased from 2U.M in 1»M lo OD.G30 In 1D34. Mr. and Mrs. Mall Monaghan lad n;; their guesls for the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Lelnnd Chal- liani .of Louisville, Ky.. ami Miss Mnrllia Jane Chaimian, nf St. Louis. Mni. Clmlham and Miss Chapman are sisters of Mrs. Mon- iLghan. lion Levy jr., who has been al- tending the University ol Illinois al Champaign, arrived last night lo visit his father. Mr. and Mrs. Chester It. Dab- cock and children left yesterday lor ahabbona. 111. Mr. Balrcock will return Wednesday while other members of the family will spend the summer nl Shnbbona and Manilowoc, Wls. Mrs. B. A. Lynch and daughlcr. where he i.s stationed in Ihc United States army. Mrs. Rajinond Fowler and three children left Friday night for St. Louis where they have joined Mr. Fowler who is now employed In a theater there. Dr. Edna Nies returned Saturday from Ponca City. Okla., wheic the has been visiting her brother v.-ho Is ill. Her brother will come hire for an extended visit when he is able lo travel. Mrs. W. A.' Sliekmon turned from ten days slay witji relatives in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Buckley. Miss Hulh Blylli canrt Bill Malin spent Thursday In Memphis where they wcic guests ol Jim McKnighl for day on (lie Mississippi river. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel !•'.' Norris Read Courier News Want. Adn. Beautiful. Women Love New Powder Beautiful women, admired for youthful complexions, MEI.LO- GLO. the new wonderful French lace iwwder. Purest ami siiioolhest. powder known. Stays-or longer. No flaky or pasly look. No 1M1J). -JL>. f\, J-iJ I It It ill III UilllQllUJl , j IWiifei i - '»" IMIIVJ >.'i ]HL.II.J iu-jr\- iiu Miss Manila Ann. and con. Louts.! prime or grll. Prcvenls large pores nnd Miss Pally Shane arc r.pcml- 'and never smarts or feels dry. Ing today In Memphis. i Blends naturally with any coin- Mr, and Mrs. J. H. F.lklns had plcsion. Demand MELLO-C.LO. 50c ul. their guests yesterday. Miss'and SI. ' —Adv. 1 Mrs. Gainer Hprrcn and -Mrs. G. O. Stewart v.-erc busine;-, visitors In Cardwell nnd Lcachvlllo Wednesday. Miss Olive Wallace icturnert Thursday from Memphis. She ha: been studying beauty culture. O. E. Galhrlght of Datesvlne end Mr. Hurd of Memphis were guests of Rev. and Mrs. M. F. CUthrlght Tuesday. 'Miss Wanda Lsc Phillips of LeachvIUe was the house guest of Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Robimon last' week. I Paul. Wright and Louie Elevens have returned from Flint. Mich.. vihtri they had been employed loi 1 a few weeks. Mrs. Ed Miller, ot Clay. Ky.. Is the guest of her mother. Mrs. Howard Ballard. ' Albert Dest is 111 wilh lever. Mrs. Paul Downing and son, Paul Shirley, were Ihe guesls ot Mr. 'and Mrs. Frank Isaacs o! Biylhevllle last week. Mr. .»nd Mrs. W. T. Coals were business visitors In Corning Wednesday, Mrs. W. L. Thompson, Mrs. Doyfe White, Mrs. E. L. Cara*«y. »nd Mrs. Lutrwr Young visited relatives In Piggott Wednes- dty. Mr6. B. W. Cow»n was the guest ct honor at a supper given 'In BljthevUIe Monday evening L= honor of htr swnty-flflh birth- fa;' .'unrferury, Thotej pr«scn were Mrs. Max Lane of Boulder Ctty, N«V., Mrs. Edgar Grtflith, ol 4th. JULY SALE GOODYEAR TIRES For 5 Days Only At a time when tire prices arc sure to udvance, ibe offer yon onr entire stock of Goodyear Tires at reduced prices, COMPARE THESE PRICES Speedway -L40 x 21 ------ 4.45 -1.50 .\21 - - - - -4.90 4.50 x 20 - - - - 4.70 4.75 x 19 5.20 5.00 x 19 - - - - - 5.5S 5.25 x 18 - - - - 6.20 Pathfinder 1.40 x 21 - - - -5.20 4.50 x 21 - - - - 5.70 L50 x 20 - - - - 5.50 4.75 x 19 - - - - 6.10 5.00 x 19 - - - - 6.50 5.25 x 17 7M 5.25 x 18 7.20 5.50 x 17 - - - - 7.90 All 'Weather G3 4.75 x 19 - - - - 6.70 5.00 x 19 - - - - 7.20 5.25 x 17 - - - - 7.75 5.50 x 17 - - - - 5.75 5.50 x 19 • 9.20 5.25 x 18 - - - - 8,00 All Goodyear All Weather and Pathfinder Tires are guaranteed agaiiibL road hazard for 12,months. Remember these prices good for 5 days only. Shouse-Little Chevrolet Co. Service Station Open All Night — Road Service 301 W. Walnut What Every Woman Should Know ABOUT DRY CLEANING I'iiramonnt News Musical C'omcdv Short Tuesday - Weds. made his love a lash thai scourged the hearls of womenl BICHARD ftRTHHMBS HERO with JE&NAMUIR Paramount News Musical Short—Ken Blue in "Here Comes Flossie" SPECIAL MIDNITE SHOW WEDS.. JULY Ilh Starling Promptly 11:30 1'. M. HeKc Uavis. l.ylc Talbot, Ihinalrl Woorts. i\Iar(;nre( Lindsay in 'FOG GVKR See the Uarhary Coast tear the lid off when' fog manacles the forces of the law. Added Short Subjects HY, Mary Sanders, where tiiil you get. that •lovely now dress—if s' 1 beautiful!" " ^ "Rh! That's a .secret—it isn't a new tires.-; at nil- it's an nld one I had dry-cleaned. I fooled my husband too--lie though I it was new— started to scold and when I told him—imagine liis embarrassment." "But Mary, I didn't know dry-cleaning could make a dress look like Ihat! What's como over these cleaners anyway? Alv things don't look like that when they conic back." "Perhaps that's your faiitl, Irene—you know there are two kinds of cleaners—Good and Bad. I used to think it was a .swell idea to get my dresses cleaned for <l!)c—thought 1 was saving money—but I was just dumb I guess. At any rate, Bob Harmon, you know Bob—secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, told me some things about dry-cleaning that opened my eyes. Why would you believe it, since the dry-cleaners Code went into effect, the Better Business Bureau has had less than half the complaints about damaged dresses, and unsettled claims?" "But what has the Coda got to do with making your dress look like that?" "That's just what I was going to tell you. All the time we have been fooled by the 'bargain' cleaner. Why he doesn't really clean drc;ses at all—he couldn't—to dryclcan a dress properly, liob tolls me, it co.sls the cleaner almost 4!)c in labor alone—to say nothing- about—" "Say that's probably what Dorothy, she's our maid, was talking about. She says bur sister work-, at a dry-cleaning plant and is getting hijrhc-r wages now due to the NHA and that tho plant has taken on live new em- ployes. Thai ought to help the unemployment, situation here in town. I think 1 begin to understand iliis Code business a little now, Mary." "That's only part of what the Code is doing for u=. Irene. You remember the pink organdie rire?s I used ir, wear? Well that dress was ruined by a 'b.irgain' cleaner and I never could collect a font from them. Now, under the Cleaners fo<le, ileaners must assume responsibility for damage." "But how diil vou find out which cleaner is which?" Thai's easy. You know it takes money to clean a dress properly and lo pay the help NRA wages—obviously you can't get good cleaning at 'bargain prices. The Government set minimum price. for cleaning. Bob explained thai lo me to-n lie told me that those prices are not the apjirc kl prices, but the lowest price at which it if- ^ fid (o offer dry-cleaning. The . test cleaners arc- not the lowest price cleaners but—for a I'PW tents difference your dresses will look like tin. , )t ) C —a real dry-cleaning job." Quality clc-anins: i,,,, only result when there is ;i i>rj ro sufficient ( ( > provide the in Barnes ^l^^^ / a Cleaners Phone 180 ^C_-^..i ; ...O,

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