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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 12, 1940
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PAGE'TWC BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS T. R.'s Grandson 'Weds Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Business Givls 1 Circle, First Mclh- odist church, meeting 7:30 o'clock n I church. Order of Easlern Star having stated meeting 7:30 o'clock al Masonic. Sal I. Mrs. F. B. Joyner and Mrs. Fred V.'-Butherford entertaining Cliarlc- vqlx chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, one o'clock at Hotel Nobte. Bachcclor's club having banquet at Hotel Noble. Mrs. B. P. Potter entertaining Tuesday Contract- club. Tuesday Bridge club Hireling with Mrs. M. A. Isaacs. Mrs. L. L. Hubener having City Contract club. Tuesday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Don Smith. Mrs. Doyle Henderson having Tuesday club. Miss Patty Simile entertaining Double G. club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Ladies' Aid, Temple Israel, meeting eight o'clock with Mrs. Max Meyers. Mrs.' Harry Kirby entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. Town and Country club meeting with 'Mrs. C. Modtnger. AH Parent Tcaclier associations of (lie clly meeting (luce o'clock at high school auditorium. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Prosperity club meeting with Mrs. M. Slhnan at Luxora, 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Charles Alton! entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Mrs. p. B. Joyner cntci'lainiiig Thursday Contract club. Double Four Bridge club meeting with Mis. Theodore Logan. Mrs. Richard Dickinson having Thursday Dessert club. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Louis Applebaum. Mrs.. Hiram Wyiic entertaining Delta Contract club. O. N. T. club meeting with Miss .Marie Abram. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Friday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. H. F. Kelsey Jr. FLAPPER FANNY .Has Birlhday Parly Miss Mary Helen Moore entertained 18 of her friends al a spaghetti supper Friday night at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. n. Moore, on the occasion of her 16th birthday. Valentines imrked the places of the guesls at the table which had a' centerpiece of blooming hva- clnths. .. ., ' . •. ...-'. 'Following dinner, the: girls were (he guests of Miss Moore • for the •Bh'th'eville-.sleele basketball game. Creative Arts Program Prescnfcri for A. A. U. \V. A program on "Creative Arts" with particular emphasis placed on Victor . Herbert's achieve men Is was presented at the meeting of the American Association of University Women Saturday at the Hotel Noble. Mrs. W. A. Affllck was leader of the program. After Miss Kathleen Ashley had given the "Life of Victor Herbert," Miss Betty jean Hill sang his "Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life". Miss Nannie Clarke Si'mlli. who accompanied her. then played several selections from the Herbert operettas. Mrs. James.A. Overhol.ser told the group what the Interimiorml A A. U. W. Federation was doing in war torn Spain and china as Ihe concluding number on the program A scholarship for courses in community welfare and child guidance is being offered by Vassar college for this summer. .Miss Irene Morgan, president, announced. Two members of A. A. U. W. from each state will be chosen. Nominations will be submitted later Members of the local branch from Luxora were hostesses for Uic luncheon meetinc To Observe 63rd Anniversary Of Wedding Tuesday "Let's decide when we get htfme whether they're wolf tracks • —all I want,•« know now is, are they coniin' or Ilnyes and Mrs. Denton gave the life of Ethel Barry-more. Mrs. liag- •jard gave the play •'American Way". The hostess served a salad course. Daughter Hum Mr. and Mrs. Odrls Slory are announcing the urrlvnl of an B : )i pound baby girl at Ihe home of Mrs. Story's molher, Mrs. A, A. Lftlell at Tallapoosa, Mo., lost week. The baby Ims been name;! Jerry Mny. Mrs. story was before her marriage, Miss Marie Litlell. Son Morn Mr. and Mrs. H. Ballciilinc "re 1 announcing the arrival of a "(!•'• pound baby boy at their home last iveek. The baby has not yet been named. Joseph j. Howe has spent the past week In stcclc at the fced- iWp ;py lils fnlliw, w. n. Howe, who passed away Wednesday night. He relume;! to his home ill Flint, , Mich., over the weekend. | Joss Hopper was In nlythcvillc Bits of News Mostly Personals Dr. J. A. .Snlite went to Memphis this morning to attend nn all day Eye, Ear, and Nose clinic. Mrs, Ruinlc Mcclurkin, motlui ol Mrs. n. L. Rceiler, is serlotisu 1 ill al Blythevillc Hospital. Mrs. Ed Emrlch -returned last night to her home in Memphis al ter having visited her parent-, Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Saliba, heu since Wednesday. Mr. F.mrich motored down for her. Mr. and Mrs. LJoyd Hall, of fat Louis, spent Friday night here wiili Mrs. Gage Clark and family. C. E. Coulter has been 111 at his home oj] Main street since Thur day. Mr. and Mrs. Claude F. Scoggin Jr. spent Sunday in Memphis with Mr. and Mrs. Scoggln Si'. Miss Jeanne Harrison, Miss Dor olliy Bowers and Jack' Oclom sjieiil the week end with friends in M uncle, 111. Joe Isaacs, who has been ill sinci I Christmas, is now able to be out. ' Silencer Alexander, who recently underwent an operation at c'Jinp bell's clinic in Memphis, i s n0 iv able lo be out. Tom Walls, .son of Dr. and MI , J. M. Walls, has entered Walls hospital because of influenza. | Mr. and Mrs. James Hill Jr. were In Memphis yesterday for the sho'i. "Gone With the Wind." I Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba. nnrj ' sons, Albert and Joe, and datiglitei, | Ruth, spent yesterday In Callo I III., with relatives. Jack Craig, of Memphis, spent I the week end here. Frank .Sawyer is able lo be out after having been ill of Itifhren/t I lasl week. , C. c. Johnson of Kansas Cih who has spent six weeks horn with his sister, Mrs. jj Johnson sln-e his release from the Veterans' hos- the latter part of the week lo see Mrs. Jewell Hopper who Is recovering from nil appendectomy al, the Walls hospital ' j """ "^ '"" ' A nine pound baby , M wi.s born I f^^'l M ,'.'f,', to Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie lloggood :n Feb. 5th, the baby has not yet jeen nniried. Miss Louise Beckhain, a sludeiil Mr. and Mis. It. II. Mi-Fall Their wedding Just missed beint! on St. Valentine's (lay, but Cupid couldn't have done n better job accompanied her lo Memphis lo take her train. Mrs. O. L. Waddell, Jr., accompanied her mother, Mrs. A, F. Williams of Driver, to Memphis Wednesday to visit, Mr. Williams, who Is n patient in the Methodist Hospital. Mrs. D. . . , j )ias returned from Memphis where she has cut " cr kllcc tadl V- spent the past week with her aunt. Mrs. J. A. Mcran, who is ill at her home in the Alta Vista Apartment. _ ---- .".». i *./iu (»£/((( ^ tit** tttr* Miss Fan Nickol spent tlie weekend with her nephew, Charles Rose »nd Mrs. Hose at Il:selanci. Mr. and Mrs. R. c. Rose are enjoying a vacation in Florida and Cuba. Jhcy will return by way of Hot ' "MONDAY, FEBRUARY. 12,/lJMQ Child's Knee Cut In Fall On Sunday In a fall while going lo Sunday School yesterday morning,' Fannie Sue Rcedcr, eight-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. c. M. Rccder, for a i w o weeks rest there 'The Rev. L. M. Bickford has been kept indoors this week on account of an eye iiifecli:n. Among Hie adults who were con- lined to , their homes betuttsc of :llnes.s. last week were Mr. and Mrs. . ,q.i A, Davis, Mrs. Russell CrockettI Mrs. L. T. Lawrence, j Mrs. 'Harold n. Tillmaii, Mrs. Wil- '• Ham Stewart, Mrs. Harry Miller, • Mrs. «am Coljlc and S. M". Hodges. 1 The children who have been out i of school Include Elizabeth •Hicnie | Peggy 'Chiles, and Jcaiietle Bowen. Little Bobby Jenn Davidson, ' s-mall daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. c. Davidson, is seriously ill at the Baptist hospital in Memphis. Mrs. John White, Mrs George Attains, Jap White, Miss Virginia bimth and Mrs. James D. Borum have left for a motor trip ( o Bilcxi, Gulf Poll, and other points on the L.tili Coast, They will also visit the Bclimgralli Ciarclens at Mobile Ala. They will be away about ten cnyn.- Mrs. Lillian Wellborn was taker, to I he Methodist. Hospital Thursday lor. an cperntion for appcndi- c'iis. Mi. Wellborn and Mrs. J. T Khoi?es accomptiiiicd her lo Mom- Cul, 19, Klill Fights'Hoes THOMASVILLE, Ala. r UP)-Kilty' Tcm has reached the venerable age of IB years. The aged cat, owned bv Mayor V. C. Wilkinson, still h 3s enough youlhfiilcess left, though, to continue an unceasing war against dogs, iotabs An excellent laxative in colds, relieves biliousness, sour stomach, bilious indigestion, flatulence a"J headache, due to constipation. lOc and 25c at dealers Poftagevitle Woman Suiters Broken Arm How To Relieve Misery of Your Mrs. O. L. Miller cf Porlageville. Mo., whose right, arm was broken hi an automobile accident Thursday, had the arm set at Walls 110111 all o\ei the castein sotawicl and fioui as fai awav as Mexico, q S ,','' a >' cslcl ' dvl S', _ . • i ^"e was removed to her home members of.. the Roosevelt family and many distinguished guests!later in Ihe day. UK, ii.-ii.-iiM! iioni me vetsrans 1 nos-! 8ilthcm! nt.i-flirisvllle, Ky., to sttenil the wedding of Theodore Roose-' pilal In Memphis, has relumed to; velt, 3d. and Aims Babcock. The bride and groom are pictured after the hospital for examination and \ the ceremony. He is a son of Colonel Theodore Roosevelt. Jr., an" retuni'lo his°homi> rclcilsc ' he ' wl11: grandson of the late President, The bride is a daughter of Mr', and Jack Saliba returned ycstsi-tiay ! Jlrs ' Gccl ' 8P B;iteock ' of Louisville. from (lie Methodist hospital in ' Memphis where he had been undergoing x-rny treatments and examinations, lie is resting well at his home on Dougan avenue. His brother, Hilfus Snliba, and Mrs. Salibn, of Cleveland. Miss., motored him hero and returned lo their home lost night. '••*"" Mitchell Best spent the week end with his parents in McCrory, Ark. Mike Simon was removed yesterday to his home from Inn Mc- Lcmorf. clinic where he recently underwent an appendectomy. He Is resting well. H. Norfolk. G3 "' Jt the Stale Teachers College in Cape Girardcau spent the wcck- siKl here with he.- grandmother, Mrs. P. E. Waters who is .seriously ;11 al the Walls Hospital in Ulv- iheville. Miss Franfcic Ciiirrard was confined to her home last week with the flu. Mrs. Lowell Kirksey, Mrs. T. c Thornton, Mrs. diaries Uaics ami Miss Hazel McAdanis wen- in Memphis last week to see "Clone With (he Wind." Mrs. Linnlc Brooks was confined to her hcmc Ihe past week with influenza. J. W. Reno was a business visitor in Memphis the latter part of the week. Mis. Finis Holmes of Caratlicrs- villc accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. wedding anniversary. The day will be spent nulelly nt Ihelr home. 531) T'ark street, rvltli their children and old friends drop- cnme Saturday to bo the guest of ,his cousin, L. E. Old, and Mrs. I Old. lie will leave in the morning. He stopped here en route lo the West ivhcrc he has a dutic ranch. Lee Pearson and dr r, Gene- Kv.. 117, that they which liavc hound (hem to- j son ' Ccnf " s ' )cnt . lor nearly a life time. They lived in Kentucky until 1911 when they moved lo Caruthcrsville and later to Parng-uld. They have been living hen- bincc \915. Mr. McPall. who is 83, and Mrs. McPnlI, 82, have six children, 18 grandchildren and three great , ' hls returned to Metn- lo undergo further treatment at Campbell's clinic for his fractured arm. The condition of Paul Circcnwell, who is ill al the Blylhevllle hospital, is slightly improved. .Mr. and Mrs. Tony Wulvers of Cape Girardeau, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. S. J. , . BraiidchlUlmi. Their chlldien are l ' ca "; M . 0 " a " ( ' Ml ' "" rt Mls ' s - J Mrs. John Huchnnan Mrs. Blanche, Mnl " y -. of P«ryv. He. Mo spent Mrs. John liuchnnan, Mrs. Blanche, Seniors, Joe McFall and McFall. nil of here. L. B. McFall of Santa unrbarn. Cnlit.. and Charles McFall of Peorin, III. i si.-tcr. A large number of friends . llcrr "'"" '"'" """ slrs ' They were Mrs f ''°- v< ' Smith and -son Howard of I 111 "' relatives from the No. 8 Com-•!-.. . -- ••>[>• * i ivy n LT C t\lrs f --.... i.. ••ULI <.\\jn nu \\IM\_I ^11 R. L. Houck. Mrs. John Tlurcalt ' Sleclc Rlul M) ' s - Nobel Ciipchart ot r and Mrs R E ' Holland spent Thursday in Mem' "'•'" Mrs. Rucl Dutle; L. Bearden jr. The red floral centerpiece flanked ty candles ornamented with red hearts carried out the Valentine motif used in the parly decorations. Valentine novelties guests places. marked the Sleele-Cooler Society—Personal Entertains Bridge Club phis. S. F. Frazier lias recovered from a weeks illness of influenza. Grace Smith is unimpioved nt tiie hcmc of his mother. Mrs. Ida Smith where he was taken after immily attended Ihe funeral Sunday morning. Mrs. -Jewell Hopper is being rc- tiMiuvl I?, hrr home at. 'IVler today from the Walls hospital ; .»t Dlylhcville where she underwent an appcudcctimy last week. 1 :''• Mr. ami Mrs. Archie Edwards At The Hospitals mltted. lllylhrvilk lins N. U Cirecn, StecU-. ad- Mrs. Fannie McCluikin. city. :id- m i tied. Charles Lewis, citv, <iismisM-d. being returned home from Ihe' illl!i daughter. Jennie, spent the, Walls hospital where he underwent j ''dior part o[ tlie week In Illinois 'milled. X-ray examination last week. Plans ! w 'i)' friends. Kny Riddick of the New Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Danol lowery early today, a diinchtcr vvclgliing tcveii and a half pounds Wall;, Hiistiil-l ;irc beliip made to take him to .. tuberculosis sanitornm at Mt. Vei' n, soon. Rev. and Mis. j, W. Cunningham arc recovering from n week's oj I ...i-lv n.l.> IMUUIVIV Ul UIC LM.'W . «,i Survey community who has been dismissed, foriovisly ill with pneumonia is Mrs. J, impiovcd. missed. Mrs. Sid iMicliie of the Ciitiscn i community who took pneumonia I Mis. L. D. Stevens. Lllbnurn. utl- Tdm Walls, city, admitted. Raymond Furrow. Cariitlier J. K. Hopper, C^of^ee'^n'^e^-^^-^"-'^ 1 ^^ '" ™ "^ illness of Influenza. community who took pneumonia i Mrs. Ross Taylor nn;l daughter!' nKl wc ek was brought lo Uic home ! Betsy and son. James. Mrs." Jim ' of *'•'• :>11( * Mrs. A. U. Abcrtialuy '• Hii-ner and datighcr. N'oima, and '" ' ilcc '° ;ill t' Is "ow reported as! Mrs Krn 1 ntti>i.. ,.^.i .1 : . Out Of ri:in?n- I Lucllr- Hire. .Manila, riismif.-i-d. Memphis St. Joseph's l!..s|)H.u Nils, Ilobert Friend. Pecan 1'iiint, Osceola Society—Personal;: count of so many flu. Alellicdist Society -Meets Mrs. l':ml Galloway was the leader of the Bible lesson at the mcelint; ot the Mission- .......... v , Jl , ^.. .„..,„,, niy Society last. week, using the I awarded llie'prizn for highest score ..... . . . . Mri. Joe l!rumcr Hostess Mrs. John Enoch and Mrs. Rheba Davidson were guests playing with the.Wilson-Osceola Bridge Club in the home of -Mrs. Joe Cromcr- on Tuesday iiftenioon. Large white Garzn chrysanthemums and small lavender chrysiin- themunis were used in decorations of the Cromcr home. Mrs, Dhelw Davidson was . , rst chapter t)f Homnns as a basis for her discussion on tin; Stewardship <f ihe Home. Plans were mndc tor t-.ooperation and pni'ticu- palion in the World Day: of Prayer' program to be liel:l »t the Calvary F-piscopiil Church this iiflcrnoon. Tlie meeting was tlismisseii with prayer b.v Airs. II. 15. Jones. with the second award going to . Jim Grain. Ci-.ull'itc.s I'rom C'cllP Eldon Fairley. son of Herbevt Moninger is Hie title of Mr». O. M. Fairley, has arrived hcnie from Enid. Ckla., where he was graduated from Phillips University with the Bachelor of Arts degree. Eldon took the pre-medical jcinrse with his major in chemistry minor in xoologv, and was „. , ,.^. „> ^ „.,,,_... )(,u (. JIL^ ll in 11 till, IUUIU1L Ul IvlillCIl Irs. Joe Young gave a preview oi j ;,rn-r which In- will B o to Memphis ic book and outlined assignments w | lcre ile w ji] ruroM - m the Uni . the uusr.i;n text being studied b.. the Senior Circle of the Woman's Council of the Christian Church. M tjic _., at the weekly meeting hi the home of Mrs. W. T. Ramsey. The Council will take part in the World Day of Prayer program this- afternoon at the Episcopal church. Mrs. Dick Crnuier Iliistrss Twelve momliers of circle two ot Ihc Presbyterian Auxiliary met for an all-day meeting and luncheon In the home cf Mrs. Dick Cromcr recently. Mrs. W. ,!. Driver gave Ihe devotional and MiMc lesson o» the Christian Home from the fifteenth chapter of John. Mrs. J. A., Crosthwait is chairman ot this clr- ' cle. i After the business and devotional meeting Ihe members hooked rugs during the social hour. head laboratory assistant in chemistry for two years. Hi? will remain here with his until the mdidle of March , Massage throat, [cliesi, and back „• , ,, „ wltl1 Plenty of vicks VapoRub at bedtime. Then spread a thick layer on clicst and cover with a warmed cloth. VapoRub's double action brines tlmiMc relief, [t acts as a poultice to penetrate tlie surface skin; mxl us soothing medicinal vapors aic breathed direct to the irritated air passages. Try it, to loosen phlegm—to clear air passages- check tendency lo coiifili—and al?o (o relieve i tightness and soreness of chest muscles. afco (o relieve Uic VICKS w VAPORUB Costume Jewelry for Your Valentine of Tennessee Medical Schocl for u four year Hoy Bultcrick of Cedartown. Ga., is (he gi-esi of Miss Fay Stevens. APPY 1 GRO.& OUR FI£EE BEUVEKX 109 W. Main St., Thonc 15 Necklaces Bracelets Ear-rings '•'•'. .."''"':;.: Births to ne Kings Evening Bags Cigarette Cases Cigarette Lighters A 1/ciiul.ifiri collection of t-'os- (KiiH 1 ; Jewelry ami other dress nri'Cjr.sorics Uint arc ccrlcin In plcairc YOUR Valentine. All moderately priced, GUARD'S JEWELRY & . OPTICAL STORE Circle i no no;, meet on ac- . Mrs. Eva Lossing and dau«hleiN out of danscr. Lake News tlcitors Mrs. Hurks -. . , ••" l - •>"" "«o in Lit ,-^u Mij(i if, ,, Mrs. o. J. Hmlec eiH-;-i tame-.i \viih i our trasedy-the death ot Wiii '- > " l and Mr... A. 1 recently destroyed ' W ''" Ci ' s wcru S " Memphis ev " in « 10 '»" > ' Hcr^rl I •s evolved from u,e i of birds' a-.H-leul reptili-in 'L,UI>1 tors, according to some .scii ilii.sts. CA1U> Or THANKS We HMIII to publicly (linni: every one who has been so kind ( ; weeks by illness Is Immoviiji- iiook Club KutcrtalnDd •• '' r ^'\ *" a . ," rs ' Toni Evn "s' were ^te^z^x™*"^^"™' .Sicele at her home Wednesday! afternoon when there was a very nice attendance. Mrs. T. A. Haggard had charge .of (he program on "Women of the Stage" In which Mrs. Leyon Earls reviewed the life fit Ma'ide Adams and Katherme; Cornell; Mrs. P. W. Colcman gave the life of Helen Ihe silt', W rre opened, hoi : chocolate ami ,-.ike w;.s served hy' .Mis. Hedge, who \viis as-,i:,t2d by kilter's ll01 dau;lilrr. Virginia. >ind (ier- nldinc Ritch. shower j Uoury 1-orbus. Kvrry art l, ;1: , |, oc '|; Bulks | deep!}- appreciated. Mrs. iKibell Furbii., Mr. and Mrs. w. c. I'.,;bus and family. PRESCRIPTIONS— S.ifc - - Acrimile Vour Prcscriplion Drug-jut Fowler Drurj Co. VIlllMc 1-11 Girls Need "Build-up" Many rjrls kumv where lo turn for help for thr headaches, ncrv- OIKIIC.VS. riamp-rikc pain of fiiiir- lionnl (I.VMnrimrrlitti flue lo malnutrition. For CAKKUI has helped them by stimulMing appetite, in- i-reasiiif: flow of v:c\.syrjc juices anil so iniprnvini! iligr.slioii. Tims many are assisted lo build physical resistance to periodic distress. Or. JCARDUI may help you if taken n few day* before and during "the lime." Used by v,oin?n for over 50 years. Try One of Our Delicious . Mrs. Sam Hortses, Jr.. left Wed- i ! nc.sday for Foit Smith for a visit I with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Smith of that city. Mr. Hodges i A T? F!k ? ihree Days - Cough is Your „ Danger Signal' Crcomulsloji relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm, increase secretion and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, lender, iuilam- cri bronchial mucous membranes No matler how mauv medicines yov have Irled, tell your'dniBgist- to sel' you a bolllo of Crcomiilsion with the understanding that vou arc to lit' the way it n.nicl:ly nflivys the cou:;: or you nrc lo have your money back forCoughs, Chest Colds, Bronchiti Main & I'irjt SANDWICHES Oie Hickory Inn Across From Hiqli Schiinl II uy Ynur ASIKUiCAN KXI'HKKS MONHY OHDKHS at KOI«NSON'S Drug Sloro J. L. GUARD Only Craiiuate 0|ilnnu- trlst In nijlliev.lllc. Glasses rilfcrl Correctly Vor I'rnmpt Laundry and Cleaning Service SBPSa INVESTMENT PLAN .-:- -:-. Write for Vrospcclus l Jay C. Evans V.mie Man.iger litythcville, Ark. Mrs. H, E. SMITH 1940 11.7 \V. Viiu- niyflicvilk, Ark. Is the. Winner of the THE BIGGEST BUY IN RADIO TODAY! 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