The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1936 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Monday, May 4, 1936
Page:
Page 2
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 2 article text (OCR)

PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVIL.LE, (AUK,) COURIER NEWS MONDAY! MAY A, 1036 Social Calendar ''TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Chester U. Bnbcock having Tuesday Bridge club. Young Matrons club meeting with Mrs. Jce G. Tricschman. Mis. W. A. Afflick Having Younger Set Ilridsje club. Junior n. A.'s meclhia First ISaptlst church, 4 p. in. Intermediate a. A.'s meeting First Baptist church, 4 p. in, Chapter "N" l>. E. O. having night meeting with Mrs. J. W, Ad?.iyis. ' ' "WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Harry Kliby having Wednesday Briilgc club. Sunbeams meetint; Flvpl Unp list church, 4 P. M. Delphian Fine Arts club meet' ing Hotel Noble, 9:HO A. M. Mrs. C. 0. lAiij.ston and (laugh- tcr. Miss ' AdcU\ ciilerlalnlng I) A. n chapter for luncheon meet Ing THURSDAY'S EVENTS Cci-ntry club Imvhvj card part) 8 PM Mnf,: 1C O. .Pnrllow lirivlni, Thursday Afternoon nrldge cliilj. Thursday Contrnct dub meet- Ins wllli Mrs. O. E. Keck. Young Matrons Bridge club having night party with Mr., tiucl Mrs. Denkeit Wctenkanip. Women of First Chinch of Ihc Nnznreiie meeting with Mrs. Oscar Alexander, GOO S. Franklin. Mrs. ,0.. W. Aflllck hostess to Thursday, Lvuchcbn club. Mrs.! .0 lift lies : U Wyifc huvlii! Thursday Bridge club, tills ol' News Mostly Personal Divorced While Crossing Allan, ir Staled meeting, p.m. O. 13. 3., 1:30 Mclhoillsl Young 1'cople Have llully Miss Inez Thompson o! city, was elected president of the Young People's Union of Meth- Mr. anil Mrs. W. T. ISortnn wcirr called to PnnigciiKI today because o[ the critical Illness of Mrs. Horlon's father, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. FleHwood and children, Cliurlinc and Alli- of Mi-iuphls, were giicsLi of Mrs. Flcelwood's falhirr, J. 1'. Alli- soii, ami family' yesterday. Miss Hob Williams, who tcnch- e-, in the Luxoru school, spent the weekend at Armprel wllh Mr. and Mvs. W. N. Williams. Mrs. Joe P. Pilde Jr. has gone lo Helena, where Mr. Pride Is now stalloncd, iiflcr spending week wllh Mr. nnd Mrs. J»o P. I'rldc. While hero she nnd Mrs. Pride motored lo 1'lcdmont, Mo. lo visit, her relatives for a .short time. Mrs. Eddie RcginoUl Is In Mem- pi i is loday. Mrs. S. J. Cohen and Mrs. J P. Pride are In Memphis today. Mrs. Del Oreb and H-ycar-ot( son, Gene, of Cedar Rapids, In, l\i'.vo arrived hem Lo make. Iheli home, joining Mr. Grcb who cam here several monllis. ago lo b connected wllh (he lilythevlll Cmmhij; company, lie Is a bvolh cr of George Grcb, head of III compnny. They will reside In Ih Guejilwln apinlnicnl.s on Wost Ast street. Mrs. Kyron DnilholmiK'w an children and Mr. nnd Mrs. Joh l-,cComplc nnd children, or Mem phis, were guests ol Air. und M W. S. Laiigilini yiislerday. A. O. Miller, of Kclsor, Is patient at (he St. Joseph's hos odLst churches in this district In j n meeting 'Sunday afternoon at Dycss. Olhcr officers nntncd were: James Coals, of Manila, vice president; Miss Winifred Goodrich, of BlythevHle, seci'elary; Willie Ralph Ferguson, of Kelscr, Irensurer; Miss Mildred Jarfatt, of Ulythc- ville. reporter. .The . 150 present Included representatives of churches al Minion, Tyron/a, Manila, . Luxora, Kciscr, Osccola, Wilson, Dyess, and the First nnd Lake Street churches here. i Miss Kfithcrlnc Echols, ot Dycss, welcomed Ihc visitors, Willie Ralph Ferguson spoke: on ','Fii iliff Life jVIlli.Jcsirs -Christ,! fti Rev. Sam B. .Wiggins of Jonesboro, presiding elder of the Jonesboro district, told of Ihc assembly to be held at. Conn-ay the first week In June, and Miss Noi-.i Pace, of Osceola, told of the last assembly al Conwny. The Rev. J. T. Randall, pastor of Ihe churches at Luxoru and Byess, was.assistcil by Ihc Rev. •V. E. Chalfniit, publor of llic Lake Street church, : in serving rc- frcshuicnls. ; plliil, Memphis. Rnlclyh Conwny, of Carulhcrs iville. is a imtlenl lit the Mem Slccic Alumnae Attend nance Here. Fitly members of Ihe Slcclc pills Baptist liix'.pihi]. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Foslcr an Mr. and Mrs. John C. Ihlck, Senath. Mo., were guests of Mi Earl Buck and family yL'slcrela Mr. anel Mrs. Roy Cnvnuin ar claughler, lale of Dycrslnirg. Ten have returned here to make Ihe home. Mr. Carman, who was to mcrly manager of Ihc Krog store here, Is now in tile me dcparlment of Plfiely Wigijly. Mrs. \'\\»\ llnrgvovc will leuve lomor'row for McGchee, Ark,, joining Mr. llm^rovLV who went oo\vn a week ago. They will reside there, MY. HIXITJIOVC hnvlug l«ir- clinse;!" <Tilrs phis, _hns ni'rh-ed to spend weeks with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Ernest Hasson. before she nnd Mr. Dunham move lo Birmingham, Ala, Mr. Dunham, who accompanied her over, rclurncu to Memphis last- ntphl. Mrs. If. n. Campbell and children. Belly Anne and liobblc, have gone to Washington, D. C., and points of Iho cast for Ihc summer. Arcli Llndsey has . recovered Ircm several elays illnciis. . Mrs. James n. Clark spent Ihc wcck-^nd in SI. Louis where :;hr: Dcmonsli'uliou Club News'Notes CKI-IW Club, Due to very muddy roads Wednesday members ot Ihc Mosclcy omcmakers Club did not meet. Vcilnc.sday afternoon, however, Irs. Elsie Flsk, of Stale Line, -ilUI development chairman, rcj>- ctcnlccl Mrs. Homer Hnilth, pres- denl. In a meeting at Caruth- rsvllle where :i county coghcll as organized. The council Is to consist \ of lub • presidents and - executive lembcrx of farm Ijnreaii orgaiii- ..illons. The purpose of Ihc coun- II Is to Interpret th?. ucciJaT ot he communities and plan the ounty program. Planning conn- y picnics, achievement day ounly falv exhibits, linlcs and perhaps planning a i-oinan's camp will he oilier du- Ics of the council, v Some of the members of'Mosc- Icy Club plan IQ-, ntlcnd canning demonstration beginning at 10 o'clock Wednesday In Stcclc al the Odd Fellows Hall. Regular meeting for other members' will be In the new community house. Details. Joncsboro by Mall Point Margin in Anniia Literary Contest. Blythcvlllc Junior lilgh won the sweepstakes In the annual ells Irlrt literary mcel »t, Joncsboro RaUnclaj' when Joncslwro was de- point for flrsi 1-2 lo honors, pclnls. niythcvlllc made 34 Third honors went Shady Cirove Junior Adult Club. The Shady drove Junior Adult •t-U club nicl Friday night', < MAy 1. at Ihc schoolhousc, Jim David, sponsor, reported that net proceeds of the club's radish crop were $37.13. J, O. Fullerton. county agcnl, told of activities uiiiler- lakcn by young peoples clubs In 1'araBCiild which scored 22 1-2, Wilson made 14 lo be fourth, Karlc, 10. HaiTlsburg, 8, Marked Tree. U and Whltton, 2, - .Imu'.sboro won seven first plact-s while niylhcvlllc only won four, hut Ulylhcvlllc's second and third places gave the local school a larger total score. Sara l.ou McOutchcn nnd Amy rtuth Morris each scored In two contests, Sam Lou winning first In girls' voice and second in oral Hivillsli. nml Amy Ruth winning first In violin and third In Latin, James Pounds won first In boys' voice and BIlllc Leg- gctt, llrst In algebra. Other local winners, were: Clint .Vlicat. third In history; Marjorlc Mays, foi-rlh In; spelling; Illll j'lminhlln, second in dcclafnallon; rills' glee club, second; Cnrolce iVocd, second in wiillcn English; June Workman, llilrd In piano. Family Mvcs On 0 Cents Dally SHAUNAVON, Sask tl)P>—May- o:- Jiimes Cnrdno and his family lived on 0 cents a day for six vccks to ))ro\ r (i to unemployed here that relief grants were sufficient. I'lic mayor said the average mciil cost him 3 cents. Evangelist Adds 86 to Church Membership There were 86 additions lo the First mpllst church as the re- isult ol the two weeks evangelistic meeting which closed last night, 11 has been announced by Ihe Rev. Alfred Carixmtcr, pastor. The Rev. Earl llcrrlngton, ; who conducted Ibe revival, has gone to PrescoU, Ark., for a similar meeting and Ihe song leader, Ar- lliur Nelson, has gone to Cape Glrardcau lo assist In a meet- Ing. Yesterday's attenelanccs were umisrally large, reports showing Unit HOB nttondcd Sunday school, Ihcre wore 240 at n. T. u., for a new utUndance. mark, and live three ehiircli services had largo audiences. A substantial oflerlng taken Sunday was presented Ihc Rev. Mr. Herrlnelon and Mr. Nelson, That Ihe meeting was unusually successful Is voiced byi the paster who assisted- Ihc visiting workers. "Of the 86 who Joined our church a large number were men and we are hnppy over Hie result" he said in commenting i-pon the meeting. Marble Loser Einbll tercel MANNING, la. (UP)—When Lcona Bchrumm played marbles for keeps and lost, she grew bltlcr toward tho world, packed her clothes, and headed for distant lands. Searchers found her trudging Into a town 10 miles away. cal restaurant malinger feeds lite two plants a monthly ration of raw hamburger, slightly seasoned with paprika. They are dahngto- nlas, carnivorous plants which live on insects and meat. YARN: Plant Kats Hamburger SALT LAKE CITY (UP)— A lo- either sillies. The will be Mny 15. next meeting CAHI) OF THANKS We wish to thank Ihe many! neighbors and friends for Iheh kindness, service and syinpath> elnring the recent illness and bereavement of our mother, sistei and aunt, Mrs. George Francb Cash. We also wish to expres; our appreciation for [lie beautiful floral offerings. .Charles W. Cash Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Cash and family Mrs. M. A, Holltngsworth and • family Mr, -and litre. Walter . Wadcly. BEST QUALITI HALF PRICE II |«<onv ' ! "s'h.lliii ': Us.d/Elc. All Colon I f"« S«mpl«« BLUMENFELD CO. LAMAR MEMPHIS, IENN. KITE PRICES Every day on Food. Flour. Meats, Groceries, Fresh Fruits and Produce. Fancy nnd Staple, any quantity. For convenience we offer "1'ro- IIt Sharing I'rolcclivc. Credit" Come In or phone RITE PRICE GROCERY chjixiul 'a, :,slioc repair -fihoj). . <lilrsV -J6hrj> J: DimlHim', -'(If t Mr-m- high school alumnae association attended the dance at Ihe Blue Room, of the Hotel Noble Saturday nigiit: - Before - the dance they had a banquet «t Stcele, an nn- ntial event for this organization. » * * o B.iujlilcr Born. A daughter was born Calurday to Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Cnr- fer, of Osceola, at Ihe Memphis Gartly-Ramsay hospital. 0 ft C Auxiliary Members lo Attend Conference. Mines C. G. Redman, C. E. Crigger, George M. Lee, R. E. Blaylock, Howard Proclor, W. J. pollard, Loy Welch and Herman Wal- polc ate planning to attend the dislrict conference of the American Legion Auxiliary Thursday at Jcnesbon) as representatives ot the altendcd a~ meeting of the Tnlcr- iiallcnal Society, for Crippled Children held al the Hotel Staller. E. H, M.uou attended lo business in . Memphis Saturday. Mrs. Joe, Lllzelfclner and son, of Washington, D. C., arc guestc of Mrs. LHj.elfolner'K pavenls. Dr and Mvs. S. P. Martin. Mcrris Kinj Thompson, son ol Mr. and Mrs. is Hugh from Nelwiu Thompson, pox. 1. E. Cld. of Memphis, sprnl Si'tiday \vitli Mrs. Old. Susie Crailon. danghlrr of Miami Mrs. Rupert Craflon. is rc> covering from nn -Illness from chicken iro Mrs. R. Bradley went tc group, Mrs. O. L. Bodenhamer ol El Dorado, state president, and her wcrttary, Mrs. Enid SUinbcrry, of Little RocV., .will be . guests ot honor. Members of the local group . who care to attend arc asked to call Mrs. C. G. Bcdnian, president of the chapter, or Mrs B. E. Biaylcck, seerctary. * * * Ctas Has Partjr. The Ladies' Bible class of the First Methodist church had meeting Friday night at the home' of the Rev and Mrs. W. V. Womack when MmE5. T. J. Crowdcr, Ramsey Duncan and Lee Armstrong were assistant hostesses. The Rev. Mr. Wcmack conducted the devotional which preceded a briet buiness session an't social hour. Mrs. Emma Burney, who plans to go to Mansfield. Mo., soon to/make her home, was presented two gifts from the group. Earlinc Sullivan, seven-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sullivan, wa 1 ; the guest entertaui- cr. She played a piano number, "Dreams," and safig two songs. Guests were Mis. Sullivan, Mrs F. t. Fox and Mrs. E. p. ROOT, of Memphis, who' has arrived k Epend the summer with her fls- ter, Mrs Ed Craig, and family. Scvlel Shows Super War film LONDON IUP)—The transportation by air of a >ihole divlsioi behind Ihe enemy lines was one .of the sensational scenes In a So- Met n\tn of ermy maheuvers which v,.n shown privately :at Ihe Soviet Embassy here. j Joncsboro loday to spend Ivv days with her daughters, Misse: Rcuiah Dcllc and nurnclle. win ittcncl Arkansas Slnte college. Cscar Fcndler aiH his fatlici A. Femllcr. of turned from Manila, have Uccfiestcr, Minn where Ihc elder Mr. Fcndler wa at the Mayo Clinic for examitia lion. Mrs. W. T. Darnell, wclil I Jr.ncsboro today lo spend t« with relatives. Hawaii Fixes Birthday Of Last Island Kin vein Nissen, blonrio Norwegian lovli; slar, sailed from Ei'ropc wife of Weldon Heybtirn, ac- who -wooed her in a movie scene, She's pictured u arrival at New York an cs- ifc. Las Anyclcs court set aside ie innrrlngc -on her plea tlut hrid failed to 'comply wllh lexican laws whOn = inarrlcd Tinjnniia. -' - at erviccs Held Sunday for Mrs. H. T. Bonds LKPANTO, Ai-k.—I'uncral scrv- ccs for Mrs. Enla A'ick Doiids, 39, vifc of 11. 'I'. Honds, plantov, who nccumljcd at her homo here Frl- ay of pneumonia, were held here -iiuulay wilh Rev. C. 11. Gray, wstov of the Methodist church, ondiicllnir Ihc services. Mrs. IJonds came here from Col- tci-vlile, Tenn., M yc-nrs ago lo each and shorlly thcrcaltcr mar- cd Mr. Bonds, Hcsidcs her husband she Is sur- •ived by four sons, Howard jr. M-lhur, liryiui nnd Mltcliell; one Inollier. Brynn Vick. of Lepnnlo inrt two sisters. Mre. Jack Wlliams, of Colllcrrltle, Tcnn., nnd Mrs. c. H. Davis, of Lc|xinto, nd. her nioihcr, Mrs. J. 11. Vlck, ilso of Lepnnto. Leonard Hill Awarded Oklahoma Scholarship I ?mutrd Hill, ™n of (lie Rev. nnd Mrs. A. J. mil. of ncav Bnr- dclto. has hern awarded a scholarship nt Oklahoma A, and M college, Stlllwater. Okta.. which will cuftblc him lo conllnnc 1 his studies there aflcr he i-ompletos a twn-ycar course he is now lak- Ini! ill Cameron A. and M.. Law- Ion, okla. The scholarship, won by young- 11111 In competition with EDO other students, assures him ?mploymcnl In Ihc college prlnt- IIIR shop while he Is altcndiiiB •ichool. Cunhii Helped Thrct Tinies "1 used Curdul, when a girl, for rrnni]Vi, and it. helped llicn." wrllcs Mrs. Ike Wright, of Sealy, Texas. Nexl. nflcr marriaje, ^lic repcrls liavin^ taken Cnrdui when •he felt weak, ncrvnus and restless before her children were born.- And .during middle -life, it helped her .again. ! "I was miserable." she explains. '! did not havo-an nppclitc. I was .very blue and, .upset, f remembered Cunlui hnd helped me. .S3 look it ngnlti nnd soon began to pick up. I ale and had more strength. I kept up Ihc CarUrtl nnd did not have any more Irou- Siuppy Salules Demanded TOLEDO. (UP)—Toledo's uniformed police officers are lo receive a compulsory course In "military courtesy." Police Chief Allen said most of his officers were saluting in (lie manner that a "(bed man greets a poor rcla- live." ble. it recommend friends?" Thousands any wonder Cnrdul (o tli:il. I all my of women leslifj Cardni LonelUed them. If It dors not bcni-m YOU, consult a pliy- sicimi. —Adv. 2C158 Drs. \Vert & Wcrt OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Store "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone 540 Daniel Boonc Places at State Literary Mccl Daniel lloonc. winner of second hrncr." in I ho district boys' dcn- lamnlJcti conlesl, won second honors in tlin Rlalo intent at Conway Saturday. He was the only representative of thu city high school who placed In the literary events of the annual state meet. Special. Prices On Pennaiienls for Mother's Dav Tills week only wo offer our better pcr- inanciits at special lov; prices. Both Spiral and CroqnljnolG Waves. KlljfCllC — Frcilerk's -Vllron — Nestle Hyiieroil — Nestle G. -1— (For Flue Hair) Oil of Rose— ; Oil of Tupi] Olio-Rev— (Non-Ammonia Grey Hair) for Modern Beauly Shoj) Uillir Hurst. Mf;r. Glrnccc Ulilf. rhoiic ZW Courlcr News Classified Ads Pay. 1 HONOLULU (UP)—Ten Ha\™ an Kociclies. backe'd by nn act of legislature, have decided that of Hawaii Xamehamclm, last Deforc the islands were annexed to the United States, was born in 1136. Previously historians insisted he was born 180 years ago instead of 200 as lias now been decided. The decision of the Hawaiian societies ami the act of the legis- OUR MEATS AUE AS GOOD AS THE BEST THEY MUST SATISFY Staple fi Fancy Groceries 10-S4 Clitckasawba Phone GTS laturc rnable Hawalinns to I FT, STHWAKT- WAUNKR cclcbrale Ihe bl-ccnlcnntal anniversary ot the birth cf their nn- lional Ueio this year Instead ot waiting till 1056. Courier News Classified Ads Pay. Mother's" Day Special SxlO Framed Portrait §OSO Alld Tin: ^" llvmme t is Coupon Groups SOc Extra Oiler Good Only Until May 10 BELT'S ART STUDIO • Y»>] Name The Terms BROADWAY 111 S. Broadway - Tel. Ill Smart Tropicals, Cool Linens : They'll ttay smavL at'.'.l ci'isp tlurinj; Uic warm weatlicr if cleaned by us. \V e have ,s|imal cqtiipnicnt for tliis work. Give UK ;t ring when y o u want "pop" in your r suits. Photic .1.80 BARMKS' NU-WA CLEANERS NEttV DON lines you up with all types of Summer How to be smart triough tubbed is no myitery with Nelly Don, for these exclusive *"Soapsuds Fashions" come through wap and water unchanged I Cottons, crepes, Neldas and new triple sheer Lenella, mistresses of the home, masters of travel, and all 'round sports for all 'round the day. Come line up your '"Soapsuds Fashions" now for the safest, simplest, and most economical summer you ever spent. Clockwise, $2.95,'-$5,95, $7.95, $3.95, $5.95, •• $10.95. Other Gifts for MOTHER Costume , Slips' 1.95 Silk Gowns & Pajamas 1.95 Cofabinaiion,.,.. 1.50 Crochet Gloves 1.75 Step-ins icVBanlies 1.00 Hosiery 79c lo 1.35 Batisle ; Go\vns | ,00 Flowers 75c Handkerchiefs—while nnd colored 2'3c up MISS WHITSITT'S SHOP

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page