The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 30, 1939 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 30, 1939
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PAGE TWO BLYTH$V1LLE (ARK,) COURIER-NEWS sign'For Maturity COUB1ER NEWS COWLIMENTAflY TICKET This Ticket .Will Admli > C«mp»niou ^ Uie— BIXZ THEATER —to Sftr— "HOLLYWOOP CAYAtCADE" Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENT? Mrs fy <?. Rose efiterlatnlng iVedne,sday Bridge club. TOttjj wjd Country club * 1th Mrs 0, Modlnger ; Woma,iys Auxiliary, • 51, Stephen's -Episcopal church, having blng* tarty 1 30 o'clock al American .Kgton Hul Mrs. John Thomas scanlon w plaining •'• ADO Bridge club at Viqme of Mrs. O. W. McCutchcn. •THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Z. B. Sallba entertaining Prosperity club. Mrs, Chester Nabers ehtertaln- mg Thursday Bridge club. Doubla Four Bridge club meel- tfg .with Mrs, M. T. BUIT. Mrs; J. A. .Leech having Thursday Luncheon club •/Thursday Dessert,.- club meeting v,ith Mrs Earl Buckley at Rustic Inn. ' Mrsl'Loy Welch entertaining the Jelta Contract club Thursday Afternoon club meeting wifh Mrtf Randolph Smith Mrs]-'Cecil Shane.- haying Midweek -Bridge club, • FRIDAY'S ^ EVENTS ladles' Bible class, First Methodist church, meeting 7:30 , o'clock with Mrs W A Stlckmon Executive' Board, Woman's Missionary Union, First BaptM chuich meeting with Mrs, H. U Chambers, <! 30 o'clock ; .lJnlti;d Daughters of Confederacy and Daughter? of American Resolution sponsiring boat dance ori Capitol' following football gime. Halloween Is Tticnie of W SI V Part} YestMdax A -Hollos eert party replaced the usual afternoon progiam of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church al the church jesterday attern'on when memlieis of Circles nve and Bi\ entertained. Coriv'Ehocta -formed .Hie house ot the fortune teller, Mrs R L Copeland who told the post, present and future of ea,eb gnci>t m> •she entered PrliHcd prognmb weie In the shape of nuuliturc jack terns < Krt Murraj Smart opened the program with a piano solo, traiim 1 , bv Itet ii^cr nlilch Miss Cleo Garner sang' 3)u>r\nin' Bread" and ' Cher tlic Rainbow ' A pantomime was given b\ Mrs Charles Morehead before Joe Euird plajcd an a w rdton solo, 'Two Guitars " "The Oid Maid" and Single and Jiggs" were rend bj MUs Mildred Mulr The program was concluded with song!,, Rocking in the \Vlml" and "Shadow March" bs MJB Puul L Tipton A dessert course of inimiikin pie toprjed wlt)« whipped cream was ierved^with 'nuis aiid coffee to the 60 members present * * t Pledges al Central Miss Mary Jo BucliRnon, who attends, CenlralcoHege a t Coixw ay, h as been jiledgcd. to the Kappa Delta Sigma'sorority, She Is a freshman at the school., Miss Buchanan Is expected to spend this weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Diich- anaii. FLAPPER FANNY BySylvIa — -—' -— CtTfl 1«? ST hit A StRYlCC, INC, T. W. |i{G U. 5- PUT. Of;.-——-i—- Biti of Newi Mottly PertouU "D6lly, what would you sny my type is? I wan I to change it." ft tlic Woman's Misslcmiry soc- ety of the Luke Street- Method- st .church who met nt the chin c)>. Mrs. George Slratnlln was lender of the devotional. Alter two sores, prayer was.ollered by Mrs. A. h. iJcagnp who read the scripture 'ram the third chapter of Ephcs- (ins. Mi 1 .?, Ueorfie Disiiijjcr assist- eil by Mrs.'P. M.'Sweet Cnvc the Bibb lesson, 'Inn 'arcup \yns dismissed with prayer ,'by Mrs.'W. U Green, who )rcsldtKl .oycr the business session. Expect 150 To Attend Postal Workers Dinner Tiic'nii'iiuh) joint district cnivcn- tlon. of>f)ostini\5ters, rnrnl- iiiaii cnr- r.iers-;and',lacllcs' nqxlllnry, to lie held : ln Blytiicvllle Saturday nlglit, is'-expected to nltraet 150 members from other towns of .the district, it lifts';bccu umiounced by fiicnd, of tills city, who .. servo jBs cliairman at the diiiner. ' Polnsctt, Woodruff, Phillips, cross nml St. Francis, Masons Will Meet On Wednesday Night Chickasawbiv Lodge 13<t will niccl In speciiil call In the Lodge. Hall Wednesday night at 1:30 o'clock for ''the purpose of confcrrina an Entered Apprentice degree. Visiting Mnscns Me invited to attend, Neill .need; ' Worshipful Master, said today when he martc Hie announcement. Mr. and MJ-S. \V. IX McOlurkln will eo to Ultle Kocx tomoriwv for the Arkansas Kducallori Association meeting, They will be RccomuMtled as far as t'orrest City U.v Mis. Charles Morehead who will spend the weekend there with her parents, Mr, BIK! Mn> T II. Dcytl, Mrs. B, J. Cummins and con, Eddie Jr., have returned from Memphis where they spent some time with Mrs. Cummins' mother, Mrs. HuBli L,- Betty. Mrs, Betty I accompanied them here, but Ire.' turned to her homo this morning. Miss Mary Katherltie Rose, of riosclnnd, spent the weekend here with Miss Mavjorle Stevens Mrs, V. O, Holland entcrr-rl tlie Mnnnhls Melhcdlst liospllal today lo undergo iv goiter operation, Mr. Hollund motored her down this morning. Miss Nannie Clark Smith will leave Thursday for- Wlujatley to spend the weekend with her par- i cuts, Mr. nml Mrs. H. K. Smith, ! Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kepler of Marion, Ind,, will arrive tomorrow to be the guests ot .Mrs. Kepler's sister. Mrs. Tom A.: Bradshor, and Mr. Brndshcr. Mrs. Ciirrall Btakcmore, Mr.s. John P. Ijeiiti, Mrs. J NicL Thomas and Mr.s. W. H, Mlnjairi are spending today in .Tlptbnvllic, Tenn. . • " ' Mrs. Ashley HacUlfck and daughter, Janice, of Little Rock, ic turned home tills morning after Imi'lii? visited.'Mrs. ifaddlck's mo- tiiei;, Mrs, Wy.itt ' }lcnley, .since Thursday. ; " • At The Hospitals Walls HosplUO Wnrrcn G. La\vson, Manila, nd- \Vh)le black c&\t and O li sts pre- a *:' ' v tj" 1 v».iuuyi»n 1,1. UJi; HII)l._., l.j-Mj'jan- Marioiji Wllilams Avlll-. glive milled. Uie /.Welcome adclrcts 'and' 1 'the -ic- sponsc Is -lo b'c given by T. A, Biggs of Poughkcepstc.-.stalo prusi- denl df tli6 Arkansas Letter Carriers Assoc'tatlon. . Post:fficc'-inspector L. n. Scolt, ot Jone-sboi'o, will gl^'c.a service addrcs.s and Elmer Mcllnncy ot MunnuduKe, district cYmlrnmn, and ^r^s. Eva Cutaway Tcasue of Mnn- tla, chairman uf tlio iNSts-sibsippl County I'ostmasters League, arc slalcil -lo siwak briefly. Iveivion Moi-rls, <f Illythoville. will »ny llic invocation. Iiivltalloiis were extended to Mcn- ator llaltlc -W. Caraway of Joncs- lioro, .Senator John E,'. ililler of fc'c.ircr. and Cl:n;rcssmiin T. E. Oalhingis of West Memphi:,-. with the invitations accepted conlinscnt upon, the adjournment of congress prlor'to that date. . The.dinner mectlns, to begin at 7:30 o'clock, will .bo held nl the American Legion Hul, :' .,ThB-U .caiiitlw .liiel.uiled In district-, are: Mississippi, Clay Mrs. Lol.'i Penney and baby, city, dLsmlsscd. Klythcrlllp Hospital n. M. Sandci-si'clty, admitted. Mrs. Rupert Ci'allon, city, ad- mandalc, admitted. Paul R. Clrccmvcll, missed. • Memphis n'alley'and; baby. .If'cr- city, dis- Ilnspllsil .VflllR '.l UU!f iiuiii. u>ai.n. Laia ajtu O J1 013 fJI c- j V7^»,"- ...w. att^a'JjiiJin, v, ttij ateii to haurA the clUz°nr> tonblu. I Cralghead, .Crlttendciv, Lee, Greene, four members of Uie Winder set]'—— "-'-'"•" ' atola a niarch on thoiu and entertained with a Hallowe'en parly last night Roberta, normal!, Betty Rogers, Coiislaricc Denton End Kay Tlirmns enlertjlncd 30 gu^sls wilh a cos- tujne 1 ,party at-llic toiler's homo. The colors oi Halloween b!\ck and orange, were u^cil in the decorations" Pumpkin jacl ohnteins grfnried from ^ari us 'jiot about the entertaining IOUIIT- Bootiis, in one ot which \ as a fortune teller In anuthci A dib- i sjrtnsthw oAc^a&d aidVi'ii yciSevint n >( suffer from ncrvousiicis, l>,icl-- aclie or lienifivlu- associnlci) willi fuliclioil^l d i s i u r I, aiicfs -will iini lit. TictfC's I'avcTilr I %t:riplioit l'(nffi,-Rl. 7( stim*bifi Ihu snvtvi All'l illCICAi^s llv- tlol ol cijlric jui.e an so -lid* (Use^i-'n n foo-1. Thus it JicEps (, penser oi s\\ccls, provulct! aimrca- ment "for. tlie varl us games A sandwich pi and candle^ wa . games h»d nun vbca cf Ihc minauml tid Fiji al 'Plans For Serving IJiiincr. I Fmal plans for s'nitt- the dlu-1 ner SalurO<>j night at the ;osl-' master s nieetli g to be held at the American Legion Hit vere maiie iestcrda^ altTiiooii bj aicmbcrs Irai^lmr MktlDen Frl.-S»USun. Mary lliwnrd Suit. Dassctt, ad- liltcd. Dorn to Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Hnr- is, Lenchvillc, a dauglitcr. Memphis finptirt Hospital J. H. Clssell. Basset (. admitted. Acliieveiiient Day Will Honor 4-H Boys And Girls Boys and girls of farm families in Mississippi County who have excelled during'the past year will be honored in the annual 1-H j Club , Aeiilevcment Day pros'rams If bo given Saturday. The 1000 wembrrs of the 21 clubs In North Mississippi County will have their meeting at the city auditorium, beginning at one o'clock In the afternoon, on the same day the 800 members of the 18 clubs In the Osceola district will have tlisir program fit the crnrt house there. There will be 51 club members In the . Chlckasawba district who will be presented In recognition of outstanding work in 1939 and special awards \\lll go to the most out-1 landing eluii girl and boy In all j of the clubs while the highest ranking club will receive n •jiiarlcr. Fallowing the program, which will include an announcement of the 1S140 program, the County G'o»m- cil will elect Us officers. There silll be no speeches. A, C, O\vens, executive secretary of the Mississippi County Farm" Bureau will present the medals,.Miss Cora Lee Coleman. coiinlv home denun- stratipn agent, ivlll present the charter, and the 51 . outstanding ncmbcrs presented iviJI acknowledge their introdiiclions. R. \V, Schroeder, nsslslnnl county agrlciiltuial aeent, will preside at the program which \\lll Include music by Bethel and Jeanetie Stewart, of Recce, Gloria p:well aiid Bculah Raspberry o! Gosncll, Hetty Becker-of Half Moon and a iniaiiel from Burdelte. TUESDAY/ OCTOBER 31, Cleveland Culs Delinquency CLEVELAND; O. <UP)~Cllyahoga county, of \\h|ch Cleveland "Is «al, lifts reported Its lowest Juvenile delinquency in 26 years. M. S. baird, director of research and statistics fir Juvenile cowl, said 'that complaints -now were 'only ~ 1.36 "Jier thousand, figure i to social agencies. He attributed tlie low Increased efficiency of Franz Schubert began composing at Ihe age. of l(i, ami had written 600-'pieces by (he time he was 25. . • • • Mrs. Rupert Crafton ciiteicd the niythevllle hospital yesterday for treatment. H Is expected that she will be dismissed .shortly. Mr. and Mrs, c'.'-'wivA'fflick Ev- crcll H. Gee and' ,1. H. Cinin of Wilson, were in Ca))c Girnrdcaii | yesterday for, the fuhcrnl of Julian Frlaiili assistant .secriitarv <f -mil- ,,.,,, culture at Washington, Mr Pliant (cltcct f01 l!lc mature fleine is this lean nesses dinner gown of formerly lived hi .Gape Glnidcan vol " ( w!(i> ihf f'ont panel of black lace in no\cl fcin design LEGIONNAIRES TOX1GHT, T:30 Sliirls. Caps, I'igs, Goals, (iro- ceiies, "Chickens Dressed" (Silver Chest). ' ' '•' WEAK YOUR CAP -JITTERY HEADACHE .(MORNING AFTER) CAPUDINE REAL COFFEE —- ALWAYS FRESH BUY A PKG. TODAY luce is used again-in the sleeves. and was active in civic aflalis Southeast Missouri.. .... James Arthur Frnxlor . Jr.. of Portirgevllle, Mo., spent the wcekcN,' licre with hi.s mo'lticr. Mr.s N H Uiakemore, and Mr. Blakcmoie Mrs. Molly Mcllwaln 'led batur- dny for Slirevcpprl tj miikc litr liome.'Slic n 111-be'connected with be met there b\ the student;, who a hmdsca'ping firm in tliitl cih vvl11 nuompan. \' -.1 hmnc^ 'r3ho/W'lH'joinUier'son. Mai \ihois v» ,'* '»:' student • at 'Centenary college Ancient Elephant nicls " lerc - • ' BOS1ON «JP>—W.uldj Colcmaii.Stevens. 15. M. Terry, Jr., lol^l elephant at Franklin" Park Zoo. llic Mr and Mis C t* t bto^cnb Mi and Mrs. E. M.-Terry Sr.. and Mi- mid Mrs. 2al H: Harrison.. Mr, Harrison,-who- Is'iiUcndms (o biisi- nw,s ln : Little Rock- tomorrow, will MilYcr froni C'ultl- For ijuk'k relief from T»Wol * The/Hamilton Depositors Corporation NATIONAL niStlUBUTOU AND Hl'ONSOll .., .. ,.'.'... -•, .'. _. of tin? . - .-• ' • ' . .; Hamilton Investment Plztn ' •'•' ' iinnnunccs ' tin; phv-nieiit October 31, 1939, of UK:'Thirtieth Coti- scctitive Qtiai'terly D,ivicleiul on : Hamillon Ti-- u sf Gcr(.iiic«lbs. j, : ;-... ( ' '. : > •••'.-•' and Todd Harrison,- .sludcntii at i-ix/ college at 6:mvuy, will come tomorrow-night to "spend llic ! selected because Wa'tidy weekend here vvlih llieir parents, ] two lectli. left. i.von n <Uct. 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