The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 19, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 19, 1934
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BLTTHBVIIL1, CpVME* NEWS THURSDAY, JULY Id,-1684 members of the Wo.. ill .In'the Fr« Clrrls- Mn ebuifh had » luncheon meet- IV at the toeiai bill of the church Mooday before the executive board ef th*: .woman's missionary society jiid * brief business session. • Garden flowers decorated the tables and 'later business was transacted. _; • * • Visitors Entertained .-Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mrs. C. W. JUfllck 'were hostesses to on in- fwmal house party 5estcrday nnd lest night when they entertained six out ol town guests: Mis. J. L. Qpode of' Washington, D. C., Mrs. Jere Cooper of Dyersbure, Tenn., Mmes. Jones Griffith. Will Norman, Grace Covington and Ed Molmndro, of Mayfleld, Ky.' -tSte other ladies werc Invited to the luncheon given by Mrs. Af- tick. The email tables 'were arranged with garden flowers with place cards also in colorful shades of the summertime. In the'bridal game which 'followed Mrs. Max . D Miller won- a cotlon batik thrmieh life, luncheon set for high/among _thc ^hcn.^ are^ ^ ^ ^ It's Up to the Women BY AlltS. FHANKL1N D. ROOSEVELT Health For Babies Not only the girl bill Hie young toy should be (aughl something which will fit him to lie a husband and father. Many a young man enters upon his ilullca a:- K husband with no knowledge ul the nature of the feelings of a woman. He cannot 1)0 blamed If he dciiS not understand, but those who fail to teach him arc probably responsible for many unhappy m»r- rlaocs and bolh these young people should know something aboul the care going to a bnby If they given one lo up, to educate and start on Its way books lodny that Blythevllle players and Mrs. Mohundro's gift for guest high' was » bedspread of similar material. • The supper party given by Mrs. teech'was in her back yard. The flowers- made an attractive setting lor the affair with a picnic menu served 'in the twilight. There were 18 guests. T- Jndor reading but I would thai Manila Society — Personal "Innate Elegance" for Formal Wear Early (mining will saw him much clilllculiy later In life and he will be more patient with Ins ivife anil with his liaby while this training Is going on. A course In the (bychulugy (if child training would probably help the average boy mid (j'i'1 1° l '"'i" themselves. Few people reuli/c what a chl- fercncc It mnkcs In rcul ilh)i-s.s It a child Is tauuhl cciluln niill- ineiilnry things, so lint inuler ;i (lector's care he behaves himself properly and in a good pnilenl. 1 have Ei'cn tables ol one :md two years refuse to look at I lie doctor, Grover Snider and Kendall Ber- rj were In Memphis on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Isaacs of Blythevllle visited Mjr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry Monday. Mcrt Cuchern of Jonesboro w^s a business visitor iiere Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dili McNorton of two and Gary. Ind., arc visiting for weeks 'with her parents, Mr. Mrs. Will Grilfln. Mrs. Jim David was badly Injured last Thursday while bringing In a load of wood. She tore u ligament in her arm. Mrs. Allle B. Jones arid Miss Nellie Lylon Wilson have returned from a few days visit In St. Louis Mr. and Mrs. Pete Scott spent. Sunday In Senath, Mo., visiting relatives. !,iltlc Miss Edna Jean Vanzanl bury their heads In [heir niotlie lap, wall before they hutl bcr-iijpltnl Sunday night for a ' touched, close their mouths when!operation not only In the colleges of home-, (lley werc lol( , [0 opcn l)]em ;l||cl > M| ._ D ,, daughters economics but In every school mm h,, cvcr - ... .. - * •"•">• was rushed lo the Blythevllle Hos"' <"•••-•— --'-'-• •—•— appendix llicre lie given some |iiac- ticaf Inslniclkm along these lines lo both men and women. I do not ininin only knowing Mectint Sunday 'r The Junior Christ ' Ambassadors of the First Assembly of God Shurch met Sunday evening. The members s»ld ' the books 6t the •old 'testament for memory work. 1 . T • • Chmrch Circle to Sponsor :Cratt and Frail Exchange ft A community craft and fruit «xch«nge In Blythevllle 'Is the aim «f circle 1 ot the woman's auxlll- »ry in the First Presbyterljn thurch'-whlch has formulated plans .ior 'such »n enterprize. 1 Mrs. Zal B. Harjfson is circle "- M-y way behave like the 1111- tlicy probably the oihci hand, ;\ wcll- .ehalrman with ; Claik assisting >hich will begin last of August. Mrs. James B in this project to operate the .It Is-planned to have anyone in •Blythevllle or 'surrounding terrl- !|ory to sell their products in an Ifxchange which will be held in ..down town store buildings each Saturday. .'They will also take or- .ders for such work as quilting and .duplicating other handwork shown in Uw exchange. Proceeds from a ;membership fee of '50 cents, for |ib* fall »nd winter season, and a commission of ~ten ' percent for each artkl* sold will' go to the '.circle trttwry. J lit t»kj#g UP this project the •church womtp hope to accom- ;pltsh two purposes—to provide a 'sale for irttcjes by people -Who have no means of disposing •of them and to make money tor 'religious work. ,. i t 4 f ' . Clue His Omtlat Members of Miss "Delia turtle's -'Sunday school class ol the First Baptist church had an outing -Monday evening at 'the Chicago .Mill park. After the picnic supper the party members went swimming ^in the pool. They were accompanied by Miss Dorothy Ooodricli. Bits of News Mostly Personal N. J., where he is to l« employed. Mrs. K. L. Shcrrick, o! Roauokc, Vn., who is (he guest ol Dr. and Mrs. c. E. Wilson, anil Miss Marguerite Wilson, are In Memphis today. Miss Anna Mae Jones has ns her guests, Misses Rebu Mae Hale and Grace Nclle Jones, of Murray, Ky., who will IIP here tnrotigh Ibis \veek. The Rev. I:. D. summers, formerly paslor of the First Baptist church here and who now icskles at Hot Springs, Is 111 ai the Memphis Baptist hospital. i Mr. and Mrs. D. K._ BuUerworlh and Mrs. C. B. JcAes, oi Murray. Ky., [ire guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. James Hill jr.. and Mrs. K. D. Carpenter Iravc returned from Chicago where they attended the fair. Maynard Onrslde, who lias been here for two weeks at, tt-.c home ol Carl and Edna Nles, will leave tomorrow for his home in Fqrl Smith. Mrs. Hugh Henry, who has been seriously lit from colills and complications from diabetes for n week werc. On Irninoil child will l;e co-operative and will obey whatever it is lojct to do, but it depends on the pnr- cnls mid not on the children, and the parents cm only know what icy should teach their children i clu if llicy :irc taught Ihcin- •Ives in Ihclr adolescent period, ven if young people do not mairy, is rare thru they do not come i contact with children or with lembers of tlielr families nt sonic nit! when ;i certain knowledge Hilda and A Sunday. ' Miss Alma Ashbranner of Detroit, Mich., is to spend her vacation with her parents', ' Mr. a'nd Mrs. Rhulln Ashbranner. Miss Mildred Anderson Is reported ill. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Downing Isitcd friends in Luxora Sunday. Miss Sallie Bunch has returned from the Blythevllle hospital in a very serious condition. floppy picture hat alone can complete this type of dress. Not only i ] would a srnail or medium-sized hat V look cut of place, but the large hat serves lo enhance t'r.e suppleness and lightness of the dress. The summer evening gown, usually of printed chiffon, has a very delinite and sure asset in its gaiety of coloring. The only drawback is that t'ne line is consequently less clearly denned. I usually make it a point to study every detail of line and cut even more carefully in thio type of diess than In a crepe or satin model and always sec that the fantasy and fulness, in short, nil the frivolity that can be imparted to such a dress because of tee extreme cheerness of the medium, is considerably tempered. Demonstration Club News Notes \' His. John W. Snyder and daugh 'ter, Drucy, ot St. Louis,- are guest, ioj Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Simmons and •Mrs. R. F. Cook at i their co'ontrj Vhotne near Dell. Mrs. Snyder and -. : Drucy and Mrs. Simmons spent yes -terday In Memphis. •-'• Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Rose, late o ^Dallas. Texas, will arrive Monda; "to make their home here for scvera ••months. Mr. Rose is connected .; the Trinityfann Construction Co • and they were here last year. •-, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rushin Jhave as their guests Mrs. W. N •^Jones/arid son. Dr. W. N. jorire. o •'Little Rock and Mrs. Lena Winter ^of Augusta, Ark., who arrived yes• tcrday afternoon. Mrs. Jones and ;.Mis. Winters are sisters of Mrs. ••Bussing. ' Mrs. Ida Hamilton, of Augusta, .'Art., is the houwiuesL of her son. George, and family, having arrived wa srcmovcd to the NJemphls Bap- list hospital lasl nigri after hei condition became critical. She was accompanied by her son. George and Mrs. Wilson Henry.' The Rev. and Mrs. W. V. Worn ack returned last night from Fay ettevllie, Ark, where they attends a religious assembly of the Ueth odlst church. Ed Turner, formerly of here an now of Memphis, Is the guest Mr. and Mrs. nenkerl Welcnkan . Miss Anlla Slracke has retunie from St. Louis where she visited relatives for sovernl weeds. Mrs. A. F. Barnaul and son. of Osceola, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Barium loilay. Miss Minnie Lcc Jones spent Wednesday in Stcele. Mo., as the Sliest of Mrs. Doiviy Yaruro. Mrs. Mary Lee Jones has recent- y returned from a visil in Riplcy. Tenn. Miss Minnie Lee Jones attended o business in Caruthersvillc last week. how to hold a baby, but a girl hould- nl;o know how lo bathe and drrs.', a::i: feed a baby, iincl here Is no r3al reason v:liy n aoy should r.oi be taught thc'un- lerlying principles of the proper way of fecJiiiB a baby, of the importance of regularity, of sleep f the ordinary rules of hygiene r medical core will be valuable, nd as members of a household :ielr usefulness will be greatly nhanced If knowledge along these lealth lines has been a part of lieir education.' To me it seems that one can- iot lay loo much emphasis on he necessity for planning family lie In order that the health' of he family may lie kept on a high uvel. All the other conditions urroiindlng the family life defend fundamentally on the abil- ty of (hat family lo function .lormally physically. NEXT: Emotional Babies. (Copyright, 1933, by Anna Eleanor Roosevelt; distributed by Unit.. ed Feature Syndicate, Inc.') Netherland News The Netherland school opened Its summer session Monday. John Trout man Is the Instructor. The Netherland ball team defeated Warden here Sunday, 9 to The Lathes Demolish ation 'Club of Ekron has been having Its regular meetings every Thursday afr tcrnoon. The new canning kitchen almost completed. The eleven members thai attended lasr Thursday gave a report of having canned 65fi quarts. The poultry chairman has sold $17.35 worth of chickens and J16.08 • worth or eggs and she now ha-, | about 110 chickens on the yard. A j new quilt is being made with Mrs. Silas Trammel! giving the bljck; . and cotton. Mrs. Eminctt Teclfcrd, is furnishing the thread and card- ins the cotton into baths, Mrs. 'aul Trammell gave the lining. ind Mrs. Sam Alford and Mrs. laryey Hargett gave the material o set the quilt together. H will » quilted at Mrs. Roy Hart's. lu:is are now under way for an ce cream supper to be given soon. "Garden Party" (left) by Jean Palou Is a charming formal modtl ef btack and white organza. The other tangly flttfd Fatou gown (right), in multicolored printed chiffon, has a nattering shoulder ciptUst. BY JEAN FATOU , hit ion ol fashions, but it has very • or created on a hil-or-miss idea. Written for NKA Service j definite limitations, especially where The functions at which they will b? PARIS.—There'are certain sum-1 formal functions are concerned, worn do not permit it. They must mcr functions when the elegant' Hence the formal summer after-. also Impart an idea of lightness, woman cannot possibly wear one of noon gown, a special class in the ' freshness and gaiety. Tnese are the the now accepted "all-day" suits or i dress creators' midsummer collec-: principles ruling the creation and Mr. Flynn, of ,St. .Louis, was a ensembles adequate for shy and all tions. | execution or the sheer garden party week end guest] in the home .of, circumstances. The very, qualities, These elaborate and formal fro:k and gossamer evening dress Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Rowland. lor moderation and discretion which | models often appear In the light! I always consider the garden Mmes. Alma and Will James they illustrate and which save them i of an accessory, an element, in- party frock, from the point of view and Mmes. Jessie James and Albert Mlnke, of Stanley, were guests Sunday of Mrs. A. C. Blankenshlp. Irom premature out-of-dateness bar troduced by the couturier to mark them from the more elegant fmic- the summer season, but their need tions which are a feature of l.-.s, soon becomes fell, as the season ad- suminEr season. | vances. I consider them an inevl- Minnesota Ida. is larger than Fior- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Matliis and. After all, a garden party or a liable and very necessary addition daughter visited Saturday night in!race meeting demands a formality .'o the wardrobe of every elegant the home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnlof dress which, on the other hand.I woman; .,.. , _ _ vould look slightly ridiculous for tlicl. ... more usual daytime social summer] Innate elegance Is the foremost activities. The practical ensemble, • consideration of these vaporous vliich solves so easily mcst sar-' summer gowns. . For this reason torlal problems, is a modem -evo- they cannot afford, to be mediocre Metzger, at Dry Bayou. Mark Troutman was In Memphis Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lentz are the parents of a son, born. Tuesday, (July 17. James Mode of Terry was' guest.of Rule and Johnnta -Troutman Sunday. and of air and exercise. Accuracy — Quality — Courteous Service — Low Prices — In Every Department at — Phone 122 '- Jtt« Mary Outlaw, who has been ::«tteniing toe University of colo- •'raio at Boulder for the past six weeks,'irjll'leave Saturday Jor Yel- .toinione park and California before ^turning home, sr.e is rnak- • fcar the trip by inotor with a party ol frltrjds who visited points of interest when enroute to Colorado. toss Sue Dolen has gone lo ' Bccaechoe Lake to visit Miss Op'ae- lia xaoehs. , Iln. Be*^ HasMy is seriously ill rat frtr boine. Her sister. Mrs. Alvls Hancock, of ParagouU, is with her. . Mr». Robert E. Lee King, of Face, Mta^ trrtnd yesterday for a visit »?t^ rl!t»&Kf; joining Mr. King who h*» been hen for seTeral weeks. MH..S. "O. Afkinson,'formerly of here and now ot Memphis, is a pa- Ueat at the Memphis Baptist hos- ptteJ. Mra. Bernard Oooch and Miss Marlh* EofcJpwo rent to Memphis .reftenikj to tpeod a lew days with iMr.'aad MW-'Hartert. 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Now two sizes—5Cc and tl. The tl 5i^e contains 2 limes as much as the 50c size and gives you 25S more for your ""•ncy. ' —Artv.i DELICIOUS Hot Weather Specials Served Daily BLACK CAT COFFEE SJIOl'PE Meet R«uonaM« 29 C 25c Phillips Milk Ijlagnesia 19 C 25c Mississippi Diarrhea Cordial 19 C 25c Camay Soap 3 Bars for 22 C 55c Nadtnola Bleach 75c Mineral Oil Full Pint §1.00 Carilui (Female Tonic) 83 C USE CALOX 'I ho Powder that THE NEW OXYGEN i TOOTH POWDER Penetrates, Whitens nml Purifies as it Cleans. 30c and 60c Sizes «Uc Drvco (liiibv Food) 57 C - 25c I-Utcrinc 19° 25c Wack Draught JJC 35c Mum Dodv Deodorant 23° 85c Kruschen Salt (For Kydunlng) '67° 50c Grove's Chill and Fever Tonic 37 C 50c Babv Percv 37 C fiOc Syrup of Pepsin 43 C 25c Pcccliec Shoe Polish 17 C Fountain Specials Jumbo Orangeade - 5c Jumbo Soda - - - • lOc Orange Freeze'- - - lOc Cantaloupe Alamode 15c The Cardinal Sundae lOc Sandwiches • lOc & loc Hulch Plate l.unch 25c Tobacco Specials 3 Country fientlemn 25c 3 RJK Tobaccn 6 Golden Grain G North Stale - 6 Bull Durhnm - fi Bugler - ... 6 Kite 6 Hippie -.-- 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 2,'ic .Any Sc Cut Chewing Tobacco, C for of degree of formality, as intermediary between the afternoon anc evening dress. There arc many, my prexmt collections, which have many points of resemblance with the evening dress, as regards length and lack of sleeves. For tin daytime, however, the shoulders should nver be uncovered, no matter how sheer the medium used for the sleeves. It is almost superfluous to «dd that the wide-brimmed, Read Courier News Want Ads. LOST TIE CLASP WITH "H" ON IT. OWNER MAY HAVE SAME BY ALMNG AT THIS OFFICE AND PAYING FOR AD. HHOME 134 FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSURANCE DEFT. Now On Display Here The New AIR CONDITIONER For the first time we are able to demonstrate the new Frigidaire Air Conditioner in Blytheville. We have just completed a separate room in our sales office and have installed an air conditioning unit where you may see for your self the contrast between the humid, ordinary temperature of the average liome or office and the pure, cool, dehumidified air where a Frigidaire Air Conditioner is in operation. You are invited to .visit our demonstration room and become acquainted with Frigidaire Air Conditioning, which is offered at a,price that makes it available for every home and office. Sec It Work — Feel It's Comfort Everett B. Gee Sales Next Door to Ark-Mo. Power Co. Phone 67

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