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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 6, 1936
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TAGB'TWO BLYTHKV1LLE, (ARK.) COU1UE11 NEWS'. WEDNESDAY, MAV (5, Heirs' Fo.'Ubw Edward YIIL's Footsteps Social Calendar 1 THURSDAY'S EVKNT3 Country club luting surd \nily, I P. M " MrtV H 0 i>arllcA\ tasttig Thursday Afternoon Bridge dub. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. G. E. Keck. Young Matron 1 ! Bridge club having • night party with Mr. and Mrs, Renkert Wctenkamp. Women of First. Church ct the Nazarene meeting with Mrs. Oscar Alexander, 000 S. Frimklin. Mrs. Q. W. Aflllci hostess lo Thursday Luncheon club. Mrs. Charles C. Wylle- having Thursday Bridge club. FRIDAY'S EV15NTS Sli\led mc'eltng, O. E. S., 1.30 p.m. ' Mrs. C. C. Uuigston and daughter, Miss Aclelc, rnterUitnint' UA. R. chapter for luncheon meeting. Elmwowl Cemetery association having ;ill day meeting with Mrs. \V. P. .'Brewer, 9:30 A. M. Jr.-Sr. high school P.-T. A.hav- ing bingo party at Cialcly building, 8 PM Widely Popular Bingo' Tarty 1'launcd. in 1 tin'''effort to obtain money lor needed, projects, the Junior-Senior high school Parent-Teacher Association will have a bingo party Prl-, das night, 8 o'clock, at thc Oately building, next tp_ Bell's studio. Proceeds of the 35 cents to be charged wilt be used to icilccoralc Ihb junior high school auditorium, to help pay tor landscaping the school grounds and tor other In cidcnlnls. * * • Auxiliary Announces Coal for. Jubllco Year. Goals to be attained during t'nc Diamond r Jubilee year were announced nt a'meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary ot Ihe First Presbyterian church Monday Afternoon at .the church, These gonls were mippcd out bj the c\aVuntlon committee, recently, named by.Mrs. C. R Babcock, president Gonls ot the Cause Secretaries were also announced. It;\vas announced tiiat the blrlli- daj offering, uhioh this ^cir will go to Montreal, will be taken at a meeting MaMy 18. * + :• Boslness Wonwn , Announce Flails. Plans for the annual'.Mother's Dayiparly and the entertainment of the girls of the graduating class of Uie clh hlgfa school \\eic made nt -(f mccffn^of ttic IJiislucss ' • Professional Women's r Club Mon- .<iay night. Mrs. E. P. Belt andMrs. J. L.. NewsO'ii are to be in'charge of the entertaining the mothers on Mon- daj, Miy 11 Miss Ihelma Worth- mgton Mrs Jess Ilorner Miss Thelina. Wells, Miss Imogenc Morgan and Mrs. J. G; Barnes will make plans for the annual cnler^ tainmenl of the senior girls Mrs. H. P. Wllllngliam and Mrs. E B rhomas were appointed a cqih'inUlec to cooperate In.the Centennial observance. In addition to: the coimnitlce chairmen already a'iingimccd these •ftlll scrte this year music, Mrs Horner; flowers, Miss wells; scrapbook, Miss Eula Epperson; historian, Mrs J W Badcr * ,1 « Has, Guests at Chili. Mrs.. Jones J. Dunham of Memphis, .' housegucst of Mr. .'and' Mrs, J. Bnest Hasson, aiid Mrs. Joe Litzelfelner, of Washington, D. C., whp is visiting Dr. and Mrs. S. P Martin, were guests of Miss Ruth Butt when she. entertained the Younger: Set Bridge club Tuesday afternoon. This club; which has been having luncheon meetings, will have afternoon, meetings during the, summer. Mrs. Harman Taylor won first honors and Mrs. Charles Penn won second high. /The .guests were prc se nte d handkerchiefs. Miss Butt served a frozen fruit salad illh sandwiches, cheese straws and iced tea. * * • Has/Club rarlj. Members ot. the.,Tuesday Bridge club:,were guests of"Mrs. Chcstd 1 B.: Babcock fnls week when Mrs. W. Leon Smith won first honors and Mrs. Hunter C. Sims second high Garden flowers decorated thd dining room table where lunch was served before .the. card games. The Jloppy nild-suinincr hal Is a bright 'jslar of displays this year. Marian Ecinfcr.-'of the Kic the Millinery Weel Klcgfeld D'ollles went one of fcathcr-wc^ht fell of lugsh«c tan, bilged with maize :uv trimmed with Ian and innl/.e diHTim band- that forms u lluui-rliv streamer nt buck., : Oaceota Society — Personal Bits of News Moslly Personal At the final meeting ot the Progressive club in the club rooms ycslcrday afternoon u review of work done in all departments was .jlvr.n by the various chairmen. Llslcd among Ihe nccowiillsh- mcnls were: establishment, of a public library; entertaining tha district banters ' dissociation and the Forrest City district federation of clubs; the maintenance of Violet, cemetery; directing cli'an- •jip' week; cash contilbutliins -to •Ih^.licd Cross.-^Trbci'ciilosi.s seal fund "and Tupelo tornado sullcrcre; purchase if a new stove and kitchen ctiulimienl; plsnlhig 100 David O. Dodrt roses; iinnnclnj thc hospitnl care and IrealnieiiL In a SI. Louis hospilal of a child from thc Arkansas Children's Home and llospilul In Lltllc Rock. Mrs. John W. Edrington, federation secretary, gave a preview of the biennial convention ol tlubs to be held In Little Rock May 21-22. Thc following were, named as dclegales to this meeting: Mrs. W. fO. Hunt and A. F. liarham. with Mrs. C. M Harwell and Mrs. S. M. Hodge* as alternates. The Osccola elvb, with 7-1 mem- Is the largest In lire district and among the brgesl in the state. Mrs. E. S. Shippcn and Mrs. John Douglas were elected lo membership in tin: club. Mrs. R. II. Jones, president,, announced the following , chairmen for the eight nuiior departments ol work lor IMIi-:n: American cll- tacnxliip, Mrs, John W. Edring- tcn; American home, Mrs. n. II. ijy Jaiic are the guests of Cpugrcss nmn niul Mrs. w.'j. Driver i w.iishlngton, D. C. They will iWfn'-until I'hc middle of Jime, re inlng with Mr. and Mrs. priver. Mrs. Claude W. calllcolt and in- iiiil son will arrive tomorrow from Nashville, T'cnn., for a week's visit vlth her sister-in-law, Mrs. D. R. .Vertn. Miss Lillian Calllcqlt, o( Mr. niul Mrs. A. Conway wcro i Memphis 'yesterday. •.'•,•• Mr. and Mrs, W, A, Aflllck :«!]( 'turn today from a business trip .St.-1/iuts,. ••.'.• W. 11. Tanner, of Helena, a hi-- ndlng to buslnes.s licre today. / Walter Roscnlhal returned tfxlay mn St. Louis nn<l Chicago, whera t- bought,' .-.•'•;' Mrs. Hugcne Still of Plymouth . C., linuse'sucst of. Mr. and Mrs. . S. atevcns and her slslcr, MrV- , C. 73. Young, of Osceobi,;Av'c'i-e iicsls of Mrs; Pnink Wllllaiiii.'for nidi itt the Hotel Pcabody, .Mein- lils, yesterday. '. Henry oarrlgun, ol Memphis, has .rrlvccl here to be connected .-with he Delta implcnient company, • Mrs. u G. Nash I ins gone''to )olnl» ol Kentucky lo visit rein- Ives. ' • '• •' Hcssent Ilandolph, ol Carnthers•Ille. is n patient nt the Memphis ethodist hospital. ;' I'olllc neluhey ivas lakcn lo the Memphis Baptist 'iiospilal ycslcr- •lay. , • :' , ;':;-. F. C. Ijcwls, of Luxora, Is li'pa- llcnt at the Memphis Baptistihos- pltnl. ". - .•••,-.-••' Mrs. John Patrick, ol llaytl, Mo,,was lakcn to the Memphis Baptist hospital yeslerday. '."••. J Murk Stcriiherg, of Columbus! Ga.. Is the giiest of his cousin^ Harold Slernbcrg, un<| mother, Mrs; a. S. Sternberg. .; • Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Helhniilh, of Bcllville, Texas, will arrive 'Friday lo be ynesk of Mr. nnd Mrs. !•'. b. ; Entsler. Mrs. Eiiglcr and Mrs. HelV miilh arc slstei-s. :';" l-'runk Webb left, Sunday to take up his as representative for Iho Cole Milllnir Company of Chesler, 111, lie will be headquartered In Memphis with several sondicrn states included in'his IcTr,'- ritory. Mr. .Webb Is widely knoVii througli Ihls'sj'ccllon, diclorlan of the griiduallng class of the Caruthersville high school. With an average ol 06, salutator- IDII honors go to Miss Mary Tipton Ross, daughter of Mi. and Mrs, Chas. G. noss : There arc CO candidates for graduation this, 33 girls and • 33 boys. Dobb$ Baby Dies The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs ! J. C. Dobbs, who died at the lily 1 - $ Hievllle hospital lato yesterday, was-' buried this afternoon at Elmwpod cemetery. Brr'jts his parents the child is .surt'lvw by a brother and • tlirce sisters. Cobl) Funeral Home was In;, charge ol urriinijciiieiiU). l)ul|;arla (ircm-s More Cotton SOFIA (UP) — An increase In cotton cultivation in Bulgaria, from UOO.OCO acres to 1,300,000' acres, has been ordered by the. ministry of ngriculUirc for 1036. ,n/l Everything for Your Knlerlalnmcnl . :uul Comfort Heirs to the British throne all seem in Inherit the love of rlrthif. ' King Edward VIII was a famous horseman until persuaded; hi the public interest, to refrain from the .risks of the hunt. And here is a. picture, taken by special permission in the Royal Lodge at Windsor, that proves Princess Elizabeth and lier (atlier Lh« • Dvkc • ot York, the two direct heirs to the throne, also arc saddle enthusiasts. Their canter was a preliminary to the Princess's tenth birthday celebration. lives. Tenn., sister of Mrs. Wcrlz, also exacted tomorrow for an extended visit. The Rev. E. L. Colo aUcndcil i all-clay meeting of llaptls! workers and pastors at clear Lake fcsterdny. • , The Rc-v. and Mrs. Marsh Cal- liuvay and son, Marsh jr., left yesterday for an -.extended-' vlsll lo llicir • parents in Houston,,. Texas Mr. and Mrs. R. N. 'Marsliiill ,\0lll occupy their home during their stay ill. Texas. elcd for Ai'.'S. Barlx>ro - Company lor ten yi;ars. .. '' ; School Children Will Sing-Songs Of Seven Nations yi:.'<r Miss Wiiiit- Kdvvards.'.whb IRS of semi nations will b .sunn by 150 studcnl-s . of city ils who will participate in u program by the public fchool music clcrmrlment al the high .school auditorium tomorrow evening. Thc program will climax the locnl observance of Music Appreciation Week and will begin nb 7:30 o'clock. , Eilutlcnt.s from ',hc : ya?;a&« schools will .sing th c songs of (lie different nations while dressed In costumes of Ihose nations. Italian! Spanish, Irish, Japanese, American, Russian and Negro songs will b 1 .' sung by grade school students and junior and senior high school students will 5 iug the numbers with which' they competed In vocal contests in thc district and been 111 several days,'is belter «'»>•• -,- . .,,,-.Mrs. Frank WHscm and daughters Carolyn and 'Margaret . Aniff-o'f Jonesboro, '.spent, Monday and Tiies;- 1 lay here as rjiicsts ol Mr. aiid MJ-fe. Ar<len Croivdcr. They formerly ll\'- ?d,in Blj'thcvilli-. ,'j '$ ,i\Irs. v rJaiii(;s B., Clark will w- turn Frldny'hiprnlng from at. LWtls where she is 'attending (lie nScct- of tile inlernational Society fpi Crippled Children. '"" ' "' ; ; Mrs. L. H. MoorcMind Mrs. Tom lilltlc have- rcluincd from Oxford Miss., where they attended ji "special Mother's program at thc'XJiil- vcrsity of MLssissliipi Sunday. : Thny were gnesls of Miss Sam Jo I,(tt!e an<l Hal and Miss Mildred Moore. Mrs. J. R. Kirby has returned to iici- home in par:igould after spending a week with Mr. and Mis. Harry Kirby.aiid Mr. and Mrs. KUon W. Klrby. Carnthci'sville School Musician? _ Win-Stale Mccl CAR U T H E R S V.I fj I, E, Mo.— Amassing -19 points ami winning five out of nine. 'hjgh'"riinkTiii? places, Caruthcrsvillc ' high ' school music- students lopped all Class B schools at the - Stale Music. Meet, Columbia. The preceding week the same students won r a majority of high point ratings at the district meet at Cape Glrar- voice, and the inlxcd quartet. Other locul cntranls • receiving hpntir ratings were Murjorle Priiicc. Doync Michie, Annie Laurie Tiplon, Joe - Pinion, the ri^al, string enseinble,' clarinet nuartql, Mary Tiplon Ross nclty~'Hu(fiiian. . Ethelinda Reynolds Tops Class at Caruthersvillc MtMi Miirjorlc Ashcriift .is the local - iiinsic jnstructph . This year, rankings were Ings of 1 lo inslc-Kl of places, made^by honor rat- 5, according to excellence in musicianship. . Highest honor ratings were given the local girls g'.ce club, the. boys glee club,'the mixed "(Shorn!, Miss : Virginia LtUelfehior,'' alW. Tile first rclerencc to slijav obtained ifrom cane was made by l T'heoi)hraslii5 in t'ne third century B. C. He mentioned it us "honey which'came from bamboo." OARUTHERSVI LLE, Mo- Maintaining an average of Wi.f and i for 1:er f° ur years of high schoo! work. Miss Ethelinda Reynolds daughter ot-Mr. and Mrs.-.Crews neynolds, has been named vale- Courier News Classified . Ads Pay. Mother's Day Special Sx 10 I'Yameii Portrait gQ And This Coupon Groups 'SOc'Exlra Offer .Good Only Until May 1 1il'fi;i"S' ART- STUDIO RITE PRICES B'ery day on Food, Flour. Meals, Groceries, Fresh Fruits and Produce, Fancy und Staple, any quantity. For convenience \vi^ offer "1'ro- 111''Sharing Protective Credit" Come in or Phone RITE PRICE GROCERY rimnc Z31 - \ye Deliver 111 K. Main In Old IV O. Uldj. Wedues. - Thnrs. EDWAKDAKNOLD 111; .IMr-,l.,.,,l »ill, II. I 1 . SlhulLllg) \vhli T.KE Til AC Y in N NIL: BAHNKS Knlharinc Alcxuruler i\lusical Short and Cotuedy —Admission— Matinee—10 & 25c—^'illi lc Tax • NiBhi—10 & S3c—Will! If. Tax TUESDAY, MAY 12— S50.00 HANK NIGHT! Last nighl Mr. T. M. Ray icon (hi- S375.09. ftlr. liny is a carpenter and has been., employed in (his city fcr>.soinc gratulations Mr. • Has Clnb. ' Mrs. Joe H. Deer; Jacobs; Mrs. W. K. Hunt; Legislation. Mrs. Welby Youns; Press and publicity. Mrs. Joe K. Walker; Public welfare, Mrs. L'minn Moore. Mrs. Ciirolyn Woodiill of Hawn was a gvesl al this meeting. Hostesses at (Ills mecltnij were:] Pino ,,rl- Mrt !• 11 !'""" T "^"»y IlllTIS. H Will 1)0 MIC inler^na'.'^ion's; ^"1* $ >«• - ^™ 'Ihe program will be under the direction of Miss Alii; v Peters of Smlbmy school, Miss Mary Emma | Hood of Central and Mrs. George I M. Hunt of LaiiRc school. There will bo no admission nnd thc public is Invited Baccalaureate Service ai Cooler Next Sunday . COOTlili, MO. _ 'Cooler high school's commencement exercises will start Sunday at 11 o'clock at the high school auditorium when Ilic Baccalaureate sermon will be delivered by (lie Rev. Cecil Meadows, pastor of the Firs; liarilisl church, Armorel, Ark. 'the graduation exercises will be hold nl thc. high school a..i<!- lldi i'uu on . . Thursday cvmhn Mny II, al R o'clock. The si:,-.,ker y.-ilt be l-orrost II. Rose ol m,. Soullicast. Missouri State Ti-acher; colli'so. Ca|>c Girardeau. G. Trleschman entertained the Young Matrons BrWge club Tuesday afternoon when she had one guest, Mrs. W. D. McClur- Ig'n. In thc bridge games Mrs. Murras Smart won the.prize, hosiery. The hostess seried an aspic salad w^lt) cookies and graii" frull juice ' i Mines. W. B. iriannlgnn. L. D. Masscy. J. W. Carlwright sr, R. C. 'Morchrnd. I,. \V. Wallers antl Joe E. Walker. * * * Dr. and Mrs. George Cone were In Memphis yeslerday while he ul- lendcd the sessions ol the Tennessee Dental convention. ' Mrs. John While, accompanied by Millard TompKins. letl Monday for Sparlanbiirg, s.' C.. upon receipt of a message notifying, her of the dealh ol a srstcr-ln-Iaw, Mrs. Jus. Jackson. to allend. Seven men have died while serving as vice president of thc Uirilctl Stales: George clinics, Elbrlilge Gerry. William King. Henry Wilson. Tliomas llcndrlclis, Garretl Hobarl, and James .Sherinan. • Pals and starch are clu-mim snlxstaiice.s belonBing to lh« KIUIC group of 'hydrocarbons and K ,, M X .|| logcther; hence thc poptilnniv „[ tried potatoes. Arraorcl, W M U. Has a Meeting I !Tht-'-W.\M. U. of the Armorcll Baptist church met at Ihc. church! Monday afternoon fo-r the month- j ly iiuslncas meeting : {Irs. D. R, Garner .conducted the deyoHonal ;cn "Kingdom Growth." Mrs.:, Bluflord CaMwell, leader ol the Y W A, was present with members of her group for t'ne so- chl hour durlug «,hl L h rcfrcsh- menl* were served by Mrs T. E. l^le,'president, Mrs. James Smith nnd Miss Clara Garner Miss Emma Cos and aunl, Mrs. Kate Evans, were visitors in Memphis Monday. The following Osceolans attend-i-^ cd t'nc funeral of Mrs. H, T. Bonds ' In bcpanto Sunday afternoon: J L. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Scgravcs, and Mr. and Mrs. rrccl Crockett. Mrs. Frank Williams, Mrs. C. |B. Yoiiiijj.and Mrs, Welby Young | were in McniphU ycsteixlay. Miss Elizabelh Ray dl Hiroshima. Japan, and New Orleans, La.; who has been (lie guest of .Mrs. U, H. Dlackwood for ten days, left Mondny for Miami, okla.. lo assist In -conducting a school of nils-' sions. M "- W. J. Driver-Jr.'and-Peg- KVKKY Kodak finishing— any size 8s'. roll, finished complete.* 38c., Pgsl caul photographs. '3 for 2Sc'or Si per dczcn. Slumps, G for IOC. Wylie Picture Shop Across From IJoxy Theatre STKWART-WAMN15H DANCE TONIGHT rvibber shlprnents In 1934 totaled/ 1,010,00 Otons, nnd exceeded those of pjl previous PICKARD'S GROCERY OUR'MEATS AHK AS GOOD AS "THE BEST THEY MUST SATISFY Slaplc • & Fancy Groceries ItM-l Chickasawba V , Phone 673 N'O MONHY DOWN "COSTS UiSS- IUJNS I,KSS" BR .'SALES CO. Ill S. Ilroadivay - Tel. Ill 75c 1» Iho Boatilihil Air Condii'miu'i, BLUE ROOM Miifsie liy BOBBY CUlitl AND HIS 1SANI1 OF UOMANCK HOTEL NOBLE GIFTS FOR MOTHER'S DAY Silk Hosiery ---Lovely Enough ' ior Mother ,-,. TluU's Why We Suggest Phoenix 79c 3 Pair $2 3 Pair $2.85 Mothers ot all asrs will arprecintc a gift of lovely "1'hwnix" Itorc . . . nationally known for Ihelr beauty and line nualn.y. All pure silk in 3 and -l-lhrcad chiffon, also a iitmi-ocrvLcc weight for mothers that - prefer a heavier JOIN- oi;u 1'iinKMx UOSII:RY ci.uu-'W 12 PAIKS VMOKNIX IIOSIKKV AN!) GET ONE FHKK MunsingWear Ideal Gifts for Mother Smartly styled. Chemise—brief Inili Ijeautiftil, Panties, Sliotis and Step-ins. I'iijaniiis for lounging sleeping luxury— . a n d Alro bcautifulty design eel Bloomers, Slips and Vests—of palterneii' Tricot fabric—light, iiheer ;uid run-proof. Me to $1.98 Beautiful But Practical Gifts Are Alwaus Welcome Welt (,-iilorcd slip.-, of Satin. Crspe a.i-.l Radium . . . Boih plain and lace trimmed. 79c to $1A9 CRESSES Lovelier Than Ever In sheer Voiles, Batiste, Klaxen and Dimities . Sport Dresses of Linen, Pique and Secr- . . Washable Silks in Shantung, Pitnic Cre|>i j , ' Priced for every purse. . . JIEDEL'S F I: L

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