The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 8, 1940 · Page 5
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February 8, 1940

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1940 GLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVB HOLD EVERYTHING By Clyde Lewis Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. p. Holland cntcrtuliiing Friday Bridge club. Mies Cordelia WilllHo entcrlflln- Ing Dorcas Sunday school class, First Baptist church, 2:30 o'clock at cJiurcli. SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of University Women, meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. FLAPPER FANNY Hare TliCiiltT J';irly Nine members of the Eagle School of Beauty Culture club had a theater parly last night when they saw "Remember the Night" at the Ritz theater. They attended the theater with their head instructor, Miss Hila Joe Powers. The group will meet nest Wednesday /or a business session. To Have J'ic Supper Members of Die Home Economics club of the city high school will sponsor a pie supper at the high school auditorium Wednesday night with the proceeds of the affair to (jo into the club treasury. Boys will bid for the pies brought by tiie high school girls. The affair will begin at 7:30 o'clock. The club recently initiated seven new members. They were Jcnelle Deskin, Mildred Richardson, Louise Matthews, Annie Rice, Mary Frances Fields, Thelma Cathey and Agnes Callis. A party was given in honor of the new members following the initiation service at the Home Economics cottage. After games were played, refreshments of Russian tea. cookies and mints were served. Guests of the club were Miss Effie I.ec Terrell, Miss Eliza- Dcm oust rali oil Club News Notes beth McHenry Dale Gray. To lie Initialed and Miss Emily "An 1 that's tho sled he wanted to trade for my skates last: \ week!—wouldn't I it-been a sap to do it!'.'" man. Paul Higgins of Decatur, 111., mid Walter Lankford served as groomsmen. Wallls Clippard, Arthur Lockharfc, James McClcllnn and Avello Williams all of Slkeston were ushers. Beth the bride and groom are Miss Churchill Buck, daughter of | graduates of the Sikeston high Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Buck, Ls oligi- ' - ' " ble for initiation into Delta Delta Delta sorority having completed all grade requirements, according to a wire received by her parents. Miss Buck attends the University of Arkansas at, Fayettevillc. She was graduated from the city high school last spring. Company. of "Miss Sikeston" after finishing school. She is now secretary at the Scott Insurance Agency. Mr. Conley spent several years in business in Decatur, III., returning to Sikeston last fall to become asscciated with the McKnight Keaton Grocer i llnlcrluins Club A mixed bouquet of spring flowers decorated the dining table of Mrs. C. A. Cunningham yesterday afternoon when she entertained members/ of the Wednesday Bridge club anil two guests for luncheon. Mrs. Marvin Robinson and Mrs. • W..D. McClurkin played-:carda \7i(h the dim 'members. Mi's, ,:McClurkm was high .scorer and Mrs. James H. Bell, \second high. nays Cards With Cluii Mrs. Walker H. Baker played cards with members of the Bi- MoiUhly Luncheon club yesterday afternoon when they were enfer- lained al the home ol Mrs. J. P. Holland. In the center of (lie dining table at which the guests were seated \\ is arranged a bouquet of spring "t flowers. '' Mrs. T. K. Maiian received high and Mrs. Baker, second high score pikes in the bridge games which followed. . !•> Hostess lu Club j. When Mrs. O. W. McCulchen ' entertained members of the Town - and Country club with a parly at ^ her home yesterday afternoon she » also had us her guests Mrs. C. R. B Wroteu and Mrs. H. A. Taylor. Y Refreshments were served at the > conclusion of the games in which ^ Mrs. Laugston was high nnd Mrs. ^,*" Wrolen, second high scorer. • * * i • I ccal I'rojilc Attend • I ' C onlcy-Laiikforrl Kites | Seven local people attended the > wedding of Miss Freda Lucille l.ankfcrd. daughter of Mr. and ? Mrs. Lankford. of Sikeston, form<i crly of here, and Lewis Howard J Conley. son of Mrs. Hester Carraff, way. of Sikeston. which was sol* emnfaed at the First Baptist church [ of that, city Sunday afternoon. ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Purvis and | daughter. Bcbby Ann, Miss Clinic I Wcl)b. Miss Jane McAdams, Mrs. J Grace Webb Wilts and son, .John. S' were Ihe Blythevillc people pi'csenl ^ for the ceremony. S. Bobby Ann Purvis, a cousin of |%' the. bride, nnd Mary Ann Lankford of Sikeston, sister of the bride, lighted (lie tapers. Other attendants were Miss Helen Johnson of Sikeston, maid-cf-honor, Mrs Paul Higgins of Decalur. Miss Ver netla Smith, of Sikeston, brides maids. The groom was attended b; Andrew Cutrell of Sikeston as bes Bits of News Mostly Personals ness for .several days but is expected to return (o his office this afternoon or tomorrow. Mr. mid Mrs. J. W. Faught, Mrs. Ira Koonce and daughter, Phe Marie, arc in -Memphis today lo attend "Gone With the Wind With "flu" germs and the weather conniving to run np bigger and better doctor bills, It Is up to Ihc smart housewives lo put a crimp In their activities ami protect liio famllyls feelings nut) pocketbook by careful attention lo tho mi'nu, says Miss Cora Lee Coleman, home demonstration agent. Seeing thai (he family is supplied the necessary protective foods to' maintain the maximum resistance lo germs is particularly Important right now whnt wttli the number of "(In" victims increasing every ciay, Miss Coleman advises. The best protective foods according to Miss Mary B, Longhead, extension specialist In [ooils and nutrition, University of Arkansas College of Agriculture, arc milk and dairy products, vegetables, [mils, eggs and cereals. These foods, if eaten In the proper amounts and variety each day, will provide enough lilgli-qunUty pro- lein, minerals and vitamins lo insure optimum health lo Ihe individual, Miss Longhead says. Tlie dully diet, lo provide health Insurance for the family, should Include each day one quart ot milk for each child, one pint for each adult, Ui to a ounces of butler, 3 servings of vcgclnblcs, one of which may be potatoes nnd an-; other n green or leafy vegetable, a servings of fresh tn'iits or toma- loes, and 2 servings of a protein fcod (eggs, fish, cheese or lean meat). H (o this is added fats, sweets, and oilier desirable foods in moderate amounts lo give ndcli- 4-H Club News Notes In constructing the .White BonM*> Tower or IJang Chow, China, ttiel bones of 1,000,000 men wife) giound up »nd used as building*' material. ' '-, "11 juslwiinus my heart (o sec « iiuui put in u flood day's world" Land Club- Tlie Promised Land 4-K club licld Its regular meeting Wednesday morning with 28 club memljcrs present. The group opened tho meeting by !ilni!lti(f "Yniikcc Hoodie." Tho following program wns given: poem, Rny Clnu-so; "Life ot Abrn- Imm Lincoln" by I'utly Godwin; ".South of the Border" by n girls' chorus; "Lite of George Washington" by ,incl( ftkeHpn; poem, Uannlc Lynn JJnll and I'ailsy Mnnlcy. Reports wore given by tho. following club cupttiliM: Ijiiclllo Clause; •nicker Moore. I'ally Godwin and )ne/, aui'lcy. Miss Com Lcc Cole- iiiiui, homo deiiioiistnitlon tigciit, WHS present. Hl:u'kwutCT Club Thirty-six members of the Illnck- wulcr chib were present ul the meeting Tuesday morning when Wniuln Ruy Ciicry wns elected prcfildcnt of the club. Other officers elected were an follows; Eb.lo Wlillncy, vice president; Jennie Ine Waddoll, socrclnry; mid Lottie coll, reporter. Ifear-Ever ALUMINUM TRUE-FLAVOR PERCOLATORS Mr. Paiight will consult liis doctor 'I 0 "" 1 cnel ' SJ '' ™ luc '»"> vnrlely, (he resistance of the body to certain injections discuses will be promoted and the general well-being; and vigor of the body will bo main- 1 tnlncd, according to the extension specialist. Miss Longhead also suggests thnt it is well to cut Ic-ss heavy foods Nichols and intcint daughter, San- «'«' >" ol ' c f'" 11 -'. vcectnWcs and dra Lymit who had bean visiM>v< milk, especially if little outdoor Mrs. Nicliols' mother, Mrs. Lee' exercise is taken. For the "flu" Stiles, .for (lie past four months, victims, ti\c tno:is specialist rcc- while there. N. E. Laiigdon of Austin, Ind.. spent Wednesday here with his brother, w. S. Lnngdon, and Mrs. Langdon. He led this morning. Lynn Nichols, of Kaliunay.oo. Mich., came Saturday, and returned home Sunday accompanied by Mrs. in singing "Onward Christian Sol- dieis." Tlie club creed wns cx- plnincd and the devotional was read by Mrs, Arthur Asliabranner. New officers were Installed by Mrs, Wllnm Tcdford. Hotbed making was discussed by the gardening chnlnium nnd Die ponllry chairman discussed "The Value of Poultry to Our Families." Mrs. limup Ailslbi gave n ilcmoii- stralion on roasted soybeans. Tlie business session was closed by the dub reading tho "Collect," led by Mrs. Will |>uync. Dining the social hour. Mrs. Klhrl Mnson directed grimes nnd refreshments were served by Mrs. Arllnir Aslmbnmncr. The next mccllng will be held Feb. '20 at the home of Mrs. Sam Aitord. The KM" den clmlrmnn, Mrs, Grace Wyatl, will have charge of the February program. Frank WhUworlh, Carl G.in.ske, llarmaii Taylor, J. P. FrieiKl and Municipal Judgo nnd Mrs. Doyle Henderson attended to business in Memphis yesterday. Paul Greenwell, who has been quite seriously 111, is now better. He recently underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Dlythevillc hospital. "Girlfriend" Swain .daughter of Mrs. Charles Swain, who has been ill for a week at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Thompson at Yarbro, is now better. Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard. who attended the University of Mississippi at Oxford • for the first semester, went to Memphis Monday to enroll in the junior class at Southwestern college. She had previously been a student at Southwestern. Mr. and Mrs. Tom W. Jackson and Mrs. C. G. Hires spent yestcr- cmmcnds for Ihc first tew dnys a diet consisting mainly of milk, fruit Clifford Joyner of Union City, j juices, and a higher intake of vila- Tenn., who is visiting here, v/cnt niin A through cod-liver oil. This to Marion lust, nljhl lovscc UK: j may be followed tor a few days Louisiana State University and Southwestern basketball gathc. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Won)en p.nd daughters, Florence Ann and Mi\x- ne. of Memphis, will conic Saturday to .sp?nd the week end here with Mrs. Woolen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck. day in Memphis. Jackson visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Jackson's College Paid $20 Debt On Conscience 50 Years with a diet consisting mainly ol vegetable and! fruit, salads, C(!8L, poached in- iSiilk on toasl, fruil juices, milk and cuslard, Mis. Longhead says. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mis. Mary Hatflclcl, lluirmait, Rdmlltcd. Illyllicvlllc Ilospllal Mrs. AmnmlR Bi-onson, immiuin admitted. Ruby Mae AycDek, cily, ad- iultlcd. ,/• - Mrs. V. T. i^cwlnttli,' clly.Vnd- nltlcd. Pnul Wnllucc, cily, iidmiWcd. Mrs. Ii. M. Boyd, Gosncll, nd- nlllcd. Murray Mcliiilfcj', clly, ndinlttcd. Mrimihlii MethcxIKl hosplUl Jack Sallba, city, admlUed. •Mcinjihis Ni. Joseuh's UiKtiltnl Mrs. J. E, Simmons, Osceola, ud milled. HIT HEAD COLD MISIRY Rfgfit Where fl Hits Youl ciEflFtYOURNosEofsiuTocntmfjmuciis —open up your cokl-clcijjtfcil head— breathe more frcclyl Vlclu Vn-tro-nol is wlmt you need. A few dropa give swift relief from head cold illiaiinjoU, THIS TREATMENT Is successful bccami Va-tro-iiol is active ntcdJc.iiton—con mining several essential rcHrf-uivln(' nnunls plus eplicdrine—-expressly designed for note and upper throul. Wlinis mori!) when used at first sninic or siicezc, Vn-Uo-nol nctu- nlly liclps to /)«.rent, ninny colds,... -•• UAI from \ developing. VA'TRO'NOL I ur YOU* HOll ^ VICKS —' A mauler dvaflfiinnn William lonls, Invented Ihe Morris chair, New Undcr-arm. Cream Deodorant Stops Perspiratior 2-cup $1.69; 4 cup $1.79; 12-cup $24!); 16-cup $3.75. Am«r!c«V cup . Uvorlta peicolators. Mak« colfoe. Genuine Bakollle handlct. SAUCE PANS '1 49- Kill 2-ql. $1.29; 4-al. $1.79.' Styled for modern kllchent. • 1. Does not lot drcssei — docs not Irrlcuc skEu, 3. No walllnj; lo ilfy. Can beuietl light afici sluvinij. 3. Imi.imlyslopsncisplraiioii for I to J cl.ij-s, lU'iuovM odor from pcrs|nrLu!on, 4. A puicwliln;,gicaselc5i,stiln- less voiilihiiij) ctcaiu. 8. Arrld lias liccn nwirilcd (he Approval S«l ofihc Arawican Instiiuie of laiiuJcrini!, for being liannlcss ti> fabrics. 16 MILLION |«n ol Auld havo been lold.Try a lar today! ARRID a?^. <>* *i'Un<.i(.V'iiii.«iMii ( i B<H id Y P«I»'. [.I.,, i,, in, „,,,? mft,,,) FRY PANS swiunKa 19 i m. 7.ln. 89c; 9-in, 1,59; 10-in, 1.98. Fiy load porlootly, Also for pad broiling. HANDY SAUCE POT SET tot stewing boiling, toup StieV «v«iy lamily ude mwt nxt SC2.5 5 HUBBARD J HftROWARE CO. .^""Phone 34 "Qltullty, Variety and WARRENSBURG, Mo. (UP)—An old woman has paid Central Missouri fjlale Teachers College a debt she made 50 years ago. Officials declined to reveal her name, bnl they believed there was more lo the payment the brother, Ray Jackson, at Campbell': clinic where he was removed fol- lowiurj injuries received in a train accident In Champaign, III, Mrs Hires underwent examination at Crlsler's clinic. Airs. M. T. Moon, Mrs. W. T. Barnctt and Mrs. John C. McHaney lent yesterday in Memphis where :rs. Moon saw "Gone With the Vind." They were accompanied by Irs. T. O. McGarrily and son. W. i., of Luxora. and Mrs. Paul Lns- er, of Osceola, who also attended iie motion picture. George W. Barham has bceM -o"- ined to his home because of ill- usual stcry of a slricken conscience and a debt-paid years after it was forgotten. Thn letter, in wiiicli was enclosed a $20 money order, was wrillen by a Ircmbling hand. TOO LATK TO CLASSIFY Losl Vive Months Old Pcinulc Sstlc White with sliRhl lemon markcc head. Notify Frank Whitworlh. Re ward. 3-pk-l For Kent Furnished apartment or bedroom for couple or gentlemen. 1415 V Main, Phone 125 or 540. 8-pk-l Kki'jn Club The Ekron Home Demonstration club met Tuesday wllh Mrs. O. ) Redforcl presiding, who led Ihe club HAPPY RELIEF FROM PAINFUL BACKACHE M.-mv of (We gnawing, najginc, liainful lurkacEirs jifonlc lilamc on ro!«!s or sUaths ard often cntisc<l liy litctl kidney j— anil may 1i^ [difivr<l wlirn tic.ilr<! in Uic right wny. Tlio ki<lncj« -ire Nrilnrr'a chiel way 0( (.iVinrf excess artels nnrl poisflnrma 'vaglc out ol l^lC b5oo.L They lieip inoslpcoplo paw nliout;{ [linls .i itoy. I IF the 15 miU.t f'\ kiilncy tulica nn'I filKiJ •Joii'l work 'veil, ifnisotioua ivnsic mntlcr etnys in tlic blocxl. Thfje jmisoiw inny ytnrt napei"!! .i.icV^clicp, rtic(it>»tic p.tiaj, (o?. 1 ) ol [iC|t aii^l •ricrpy, gelling up nlyhta, flwelling, nulTmr;^ iin'tcr llic rye*, hr.nhcliti nml tliitinr^. Vtt" ixient or srj«ily pa-^^Re-s with ainattiTic aivl burning acmctiinc-i E]JOWS there i.i eonictliinji ivrong »iU> ymr kidneys or hlAihlcr. ' 'Doirt wait! Ask yr,,ir .!m CR iH for IKinV E'ilb. n««] nurrcttfully l>y inillloiifl fftr over 111 'iW'ini?n ,-cars. They give linp|>y relief mi.j will lif l[> llifl milry t>f itiiCucy tu'ioa flusli out ruif: &lc from your blood. C!et Uoan'a I'illa. mfsonous .w nostrils become red, Irritated, «nd slutry due to a head cold, .simply insert somo ifcuthplaUim- It quickly footheuhc Irritated mcmbranc.i, rctiuces local congestion, and promote,, hetlini? MentholatiimnlEorelicireaaturntiea* checks sneezing and other dlsconi- forls ot colds. Enjoy IhebenefitorMcntholatiini'A comforlhig relief by keeping rx Jnr or tube handy always. Only 30c. The HAMILTON INVESTMENT PLAN -:- -:- Write for Prospectus to Ja C. Evans ,, " lilythcvillc, Art. 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