The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 13, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 13, 1940
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PAGE TWC BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Bachelors club having dancing party at American Legion HUl, 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. S. F, hfarlln and Mrs. G. £ Barnes entertaining Elliott. Pletchc. chapter of United Daughters o. Confederacy at 2:30 o'clock a. Barnes', home. Young People's club, Church o Immaculate Conception, sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock at Catholic Hal). Study group 61 American Association of university Women meet ing with Mrs. Jnrncs H. Bell, 7:3. o'clock. Mrs. C. W, Garrlgan enter taiiilni Thursday- Afternoon club, Mrs. Harry w. Haines entertaining Midweek Brldgt club. Delta Contract club meeting will Mrs. U. If.. Moore. Tliursdas' Dessert club meetln. with Mrs. Earl Buckley. Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford entertain Ing Double Four club, Thursday Luncheon club incetln. with Mrs. Byron Morse. FTOO.-.i'S BVENTS Miss Jackib McOhcc entertaining D.U.O. club nt her hom». Mrs. Louis Applebaum onter'aln ing Friday Bridge club. Music department Woman's oluL nieeiiiij three o'ciook at *!ub liousi Entertains Club Miss Maurlne Branson anil Mis .Virginia Little were guests of Mlsi Frances Little lust night when she entertained members, of the Dcmhk G club with a party at her home Spring tallies were used for the games and an Easter scheme was carried onl in the dessert course which .was served. ^_ ~Mlss Mary Spain UsFey \vcuTlU6r. scorer ftnd Miss Margaret Shaver, second high scol'cr In Hie comes. ' * * Club Has Gnests When Mrs. P.lley B. Jones en. Urtfllned tho Tuesday club yesterday afternoon with ti bridge pniiy al her home, she had ns her gutsts Airs'. lay Welch alid Mrs. Charles L. Wylle. A salad plate was served after the- games in • which Mrs. Jesse Taylor was high and Mrs. Dixie Crawford, second high scorer. .'.'.•'• ' * " .* Hss Clul) Party . -Mra..W. W. Shaver had an Busier party for members of the Tuesday Contract club and six guests yesterday afternoon at her home. '.Besides the members,- guests were .Mrs. James V. dates, Mrs. W. S. -.Johnston,. Mrs. Eugene blckitisoti, . Mrs. -Richard Dickinson, Mrs. D. Hnmmocli and. Mrs. C. A. Tnnt. .An EMter scheme «'<is used for 'Ule- tallies and other decorations. The hostess served a dessert course .with. coffee. -' ' Mrs. V. 6. -Miller was high and Mrs. A. O. Hall, second high scorer in the' bridge games. Mrs. Gates .received the guest prize. * * » ' Fish Fry Given As Farewell Parly Employees of the S. and P. Transport company who have been stationed here had a farewell party Monday night prior to their transfer to Memphis upon 1 the 'abolition of tlie local office. The 14 present Included employees, their wives and dates. They were entertained nt n fish fry at (be home of Mrs. C. L. Freeman. Among members of the group who have been residing here but will leave soon for Memphis are: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blissett, Mr. mid Mrs. Bruce Emory, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ellas, Robert Stout, Willie Larby, Eddie Catterton and Howard Toms. FLAPPER FANNY W. M. U. (lives I'lay Around 20 members of the Wo-inns Missionary Union of the Womnns Missionary Union of the Inpllsl Church |iad n part ID Die ntcresllnB play-pageant depleting lie development, of tlie W.MU "mining School In Louisville, Ky.,' . their meeting on Mon<i«y after- loon. The pageant, directed by Mrs. n, !. Moore, was similar )n nadiie to otliefB held throughout (he 8mUh- :rn W. M. U. Hits year in In? effort, to rnlBo one hundred thbn- >and dollars for tho erection of Training School building at "The necchcs", suburban sli e ol tho Southern Baptist Theological Seminary In Louisville. Arkansas V. M. U.'s quota which w H.IJC .... by May Is $3,335 and the quota oS Die Oseeoln W.M.ll day Sunday. "Ut's not stay-longer than we aLs'iutely have to—right latter they serve the ice cream. 1 " vere Invited to thc Informal affair, the birthday cake formed the ccn- -ei- decoration of (he lable while jrlnj flowers were arranged about ilie )iousc. After dinner, the gre>up made jlnns for meeting the Thursday >efore Mother's Day. May 0, nl the ibme of Mrs. W. J. Pauehl. rtl- JiOiigh there Is to be no formal :lub organisation, the members plan to meet on each or Iheir jlvthdnys for similar afiairs. las Birthilay Party Mrs. Ernest- R. Jackson enterttiln- d with n buffet supper nnd theater parly lust night for Miss Mary Lynn Jackson on the occasion of her daughter's 16th birthday. The jirthdny falls on thc 17th wedding innivefsnry of her parents. An Easier basket presided over :y a bunny rabbit wc.s used in the '.enter of the tnble. Cut flowers were also arranged nbout Ihe cn- .ertalnlng rooms. Follovy.jng supper, the girls went .:o-(he flitz Theater'to sec "Norlli- '' Bridge Cluli nieclu Members of Hie City Contract club and two gucwts, Mrs. Arllnir Vance and Mrs. n. O. /iilcn were entertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Jcssee Stilt nl her home. Refreshments were served al thc I conclusion ot the games in which Mrs. Bcnish was high tmt \ MJ- S . Stilt, second high scorer. Mrs.. Warren, who inolorcd . liln liens, returned home yesterday. He Is the brdtlicr of Fred Wafrei raid Mrs. J. R. Johnson or thi: city. Mr. nnd Mrs. James !•'. Cnmp- bell, Intc of Helenti, arc making Ihcir home here for the present Mv. Campbell is with the budgol department of thc Shouse-Hcnr Hardware company. Mrs. W. D. McOIurkin nnd hci moilier, Mrs. c. P. Pbwell.'.of Uix- ohn, have returned frohi Nashville nnrf MoEtt-en,- Tenn, -Where thes attended the funeral of Mrs. Poiv ell's uncle, J. w. Robertson. Mrs. L. D. Oiainblln spent Monday in Memphis wllh her sister Mrs. Jimmy O'Llngcr, who is 111 h the Memphis Methodist, hospital She underwent n innjor opcrn'Uor there recently. Mrs. W. n. Cliamblin, Mrs. Floyd A. While, Mrs. John C. McHaney Miss Frances Mci-Iauey and Mist Patty June Davis tiro, spending to- djiy in Memph|s. , , . j., U E..0)d Jr.; Wlio iiijdcrwciitV... rippendectomy Saturday rit' ; t,he Memphis Methodist hospital, wll rclur'ii home Ihis nltcrnoon. Mrs W. M. Taylor and Hnrman Ta'yloi will niolor down for him. Mrs Old nnd Mrs. W. H. Mlnyard, who went, down with Mr. Old Friday ....711. u 3 ' may it, »J,JJJ Qlld tnC Ml', rllld Mrs. Clia quola oS Die Oseeoln W.M.JJ. Is'imrin Mrs. R V Mac twenty-two dollars and fifty'ceiils.. Mr.s. 11. M. Fletcher Mrs. Moore acted as reader with) wen- down for Ihe „„, oumuiy the chamclc™ dressoa In costumes Those going down on-business on' of the different periods of ' the 1 Monday ntid Trtcsduy were Mrs I, ?ri?nL , B ? iIK> ° 1 ' B lllsl ° Vs '- Mrfi ' i(la :c: - n Y °"»B. E. A. Teaford, Mrs! luckc, oldest member, of the Godfrey White accompanied by W.M.U while .IHtlo four-year-old her nunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs June Vance portrayed the Sun- A. Coliway of Blythcvllle, and Mr! beam organization, youngest organ-1 and Mrs. Edward Tenford Iznllon of the Union. ^ Viln Harris of Memphis is the Solo parts were takers by Mrs: 'M B" cst nf his slstc'r, Mrs. B, s. Driver E. McDchrmnn will) Mrs. Gilbert fl "d Mn Driver this week. Mastln as accompanist. Chhrte Sullenger, was, Ihe gitest Others having u ptirt in the ploy of Miss Sunshine Lile in Jonesboro were Mrs. P. E. Tonipklris, Mrs. D. last week for a dunce diben in Ihat A .Silcr, Mrs. J. T. tlhonds, Mrs. cily. W. l>, Hale, Mrs. Scarcy M'cars. Mrs. W. S. Smith hns returned liome uflev a visit wllh her two sons, W. O. Smith mid Allen M. Smith in Memphis. Mrs. W. R. copcland of Cnmden, Ark., arrived Saturday for a visit wilii her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Chiles. Mr. Copelnnd accompanied her and returned home -. D .....,...„„,, ul . Sunday. He will return io Osceola the Osceol.a .W'.M.U, Mrs. w.. s. this weekend.accompanied by their "•-nHli .whs'n-gucsl. . .';.'''.! ! small soil, .-.Bobble, for Iwo days . . 'f'•"'*• * *•'.' ! wil!l his.wife 1 '"aiid her parents. r [clliodlst Society Sleets 5i: nobeli Rhodes of Fnycttevlllo is The Rev. Paul .Galloway, .pastor, here'for n visit -with his aunts, C: Ai.'Hnrwcli nnd Miss Nell v ! '" '° W member of ary society _ _ caurch Monday afternoon when the group met, at the home of Mrs U R. Cribbs. Twelve members nnd one visitor, Mrs. Bessie Murphy, attended. ' " Mrs. Thomas Bogun, who opened .t. ^,r. & I'Jnjt-i, IHIJ^ni- the Bible study from thc nth chapter of John. Mrs. Guy Oean closed (lie meeting with prayer. Elccl Treasurer Mrs. Jnck Bishop WILS elected treasurer of Ihe Buslnes.-, Girl's Crlrl-tl 0r lhC Womans Dll ' ls lo» for Methodist church, to fill an imex- Plrcd term at a mccllii.' of the group last night. Mrs. B. A. Lynch, president of he eiilirc Woman's division, entertained the circle at her home 'Living Crcatfirly" was (he theme of the lesson taught by Miw En ..avis wi 10 g ave a revien . of (h( , "- ™fr±° bUrn ' Ueu >'^« l "». a 5010 accompanied by °n thc piano. Bits of News Mostly Personals Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Husbands spent Monday night in L c nchvl)lc with Or. nnd Mrs. A, E. Robinson. The entire party Ictt Tuesday mornrrtg for Hot Springs. All wiil :climi tlie last ol Ihe week cx- cept Mrs. Husbands who will spend two weeks Uicre. Mrs. nnve Ross, of Mcmphb, re- tunied home Tuesday nfler having spcnl the week end witli her slslcr, ufrs. j. o, Barnes, nnd Mr. Dnnits. Miss Ellzabclh Barnes, of Memphis, sister of Mr. Barnes, spent -Monday night liftre. Connie Modlngcr. Gilbert Hammock, L. G. Thompson Jr., Rouse Harp, Barnes Crook and Robert .iccrtcr were In Memphis Sunday to sec Ihe Motion picture version of John Steinbeck's novel, "Ornncs of Wrnlh." D. o. Warren, prominent banker and landowner of Halls, Tenn., has entered Ihe Blylhovlllc hospital for treatment and observntlon. Although improved today, he will probably be here for two weeks. =«^'^^ Mrs. Koowc Honored With Birthday Dinner I f3 t H£"a 'lft*\> (u»««".i •"',°ifc' I ^^•gSSB^Sfc J1M^:S™ ; ' Vegetable Laxative With Proved Feature Tlir pmicliiBl. gentle relief from constipation which is generally enjoyed when BLACK-DRAUGHT is used by directions Is due to a combination of vegetable Ingredients. Chid ot these is an "intestinal tonic-laxative" which helps ton; lazy bowel muscles. Nm lime remember spicy, aromatic, timc- teMcd BLACK-DRAUGHT! It Is economical, loo: 25-40 doses. 23c. Or. H, C. Sims announces the removal of liis office from Uic t.yneh building to 107 Second Street antl Albert Tnylor spent Ihe dn) there. David and Frank Orgel. of ca- rulhersvllle, nre resting well nt.thr Blylhevllle hospital following lon- sllcclomles performed Ihls morning. Miss Eunice Hail, of Memphis, £p«nt the week end l(ere with 'Mr and Mrs. J. J. Eti'ing. Mrs. Murray Smart is stendfh Improving at Dlylhcvllle liosplln! after haviiis been crilicully ill. Mrs, T. W. Jeitrlcs aiid Miss Zola Oration spent yesterday In Memphis. P. C. Meyer will spend thc week end In licnton, III., with his parents. Mrs. Walter Rosenthal Is able to bo out nftpr liavinu been 111 ol n sinus infection. i Sign the New Register at the Ritz TUKS., WKl). & THUUS. (Cues, nnl I'nl Hay Mils w.rk) •noSlctllngiondTclbo. • T'Odotsd by Kunl SHomWic Qimlsa by Kln 9 Vido, Selected slinrl* ConiitiR Tuesday, March 2Gth For a Week's Hun "GONE WITH TDK WIND ROX Y Society Osceola •—Personal vllle. find Mrs. Angus McEacherln of Memphis. Tulips, narclssll and joiiqiliis decorated the home of Miss Cox. Has Hooking Tarty Mis. Jasper Thomaspn, Jr., was hostess to a number of the younger matrons who are interested In booked rug making for an ail-day luncheon meeting In her country home west of town on Monday. I Around forty women nre in the group who met regularly In (he domes .of thc members last Spring but the severe Winter and llu epidemic of Mils season hus cut short die gct-logclhers recently. * * . jUtcnd Pustors Conference, The Rev. j. p. Brewer, Baptist paster of Augiistn, Arkansas, ac- .oJiipajilcii by )ils wife and son, Kenneth,' spent Sunday afternoon hospitals In the past v/cek for appendicitis: Mrs. Den Bullcr who was operated upon nt St. Joseph's iiospltnl last week was able to re- lurn liome yesterday. Mr. Butler went down for Jier. M!M M«ry Elizabeth Anderson, tipine economics instructor in Osce- Hlgh School; Mrs. E. n. Reid, Mrs. E. A. Tenford are all al Methodist Hospital Ihls week. Reid was operated upon lust Thursday, while Mrs. Toaford was taken'to the hospital on Saturday night nnd operated upon Tuesday morning. 3 Mr. nnd Mrs, Fred Crcckelt arrived Tuesday night for a visit with her mother and brother, Mrs Susie Kciser and John Kciscr, mid wllh Mr, Crockett's .-nclhei-, Mrs L. M. Crockett ami Mr, nnd M,i. N. B. Faulkiier, lirniismaii and ..*,„,it.,, .,1,1.,,^ oujjuity lun'rnoon M .-, Y , nnd night hero where the Rev. Mr. „,,',,, *'}J!" th ? r> '!f»iisma«i an. urcwcr occupied the pulpit at Ihe iucntu * ct wll h Home Lumber Com Uiiptlst Church, while guests of the $'' St ' Ij ° uis °" business. Rev. and Mrs. Harold B. Tlllman. ,,^ r ' a ™ Mls ' Charles Hampton 'Ihe two couples were college males' \ ' Jsml * Wesley, of DeWllt, inr fniiT 1 i'/m^« nt n,<ny>ii!t n y-i«n—• "nd Mr. nnd AT for four years nt Ouachitn College, rtrkndelphia, aiid for three years hi tile Southern Baptist Theological i Seminary at Louisville, Ky. Bolh fnmilies left Monday ,, lw ,,- liif! for LouisVliie to allend the southern Pastors Conference in •csslon there this.week. Tliey will return Saturday. Memphis visitors Siilurday were Charles Sullenger Madden, Mr. aiid anct children - Mrs. Leslie Ellis of Memphis Eptnt Monday and Tues'"°" vvith Mr. Hampton's nnd Mrs. 's sister nnd brother, Mrs. John Douglas nnd family and Mr and "'" Gordon Hamilton. Deadly Adilei- Killed bv Hand JOHANNESBUBO. South Africa (UP)—Mrs. L. Mnvnls. of Cj'fer- kuil, Western Trnnsvcal, picked up a piece of nrewood while lighting her kitchen fire, and found to her honor ihat she had seized a deadly night nddcr. With great presence of niliul, the housewife struck It against the floor and battered It to dentil. ' .---"-i .-.*.,, •j\. l m,j ^1VHI&- Mrs. Kale Jackson, Mrs. Walter Emamiel, Mrs. Frank \Villinms. Mrs. Rodney Anders, Mrs. Coy'Sel- lers, Mm. E. S. CrlliJield, Mis. C. F. Maiili!)-. Mrs. A. E. Vaiice, Cora Hogan, Mrs, Alec Smith. The entire program was under the direction of Mrs, Prank Williams, Training School chairman ot the Osceol.a \V.M.U " Smith .vv'as'n'gucsl. mcl will) Die members Mclhbtllsl Missionary Society ''Mon'- day afternoon and urged appoint- . nhodek Dr. 'Mallory. Harwell of rge appon- •-"• i>nujuj/. nmrtfi! 01 Aicini'ms merit of eight workers to hiecV f in SI ? CI1|< - tllc weekend with his par- tlin fiP^lfiY-nl ITiOfit \\\a nl 1 1> n nt^ .,'.'.„!, nht ft~ T\t* olifl ' S«.T- ri A^ u« ^., __ U the general meeting nt the church on Thursday afternoon to bejjin/a visitation program incident to" 'thr Church Loyalty Campaign. Mrs. Ocbrge Abrey, Mrs. J.ohn'W. Ed- rlnglon nnd Mrs. Frank., Owlmt were named ^ fidiver comiii'ittee to secure .aiid-.keep flowers in 1lw church at all formal services. Mrs. Spence Wllllnms'-'-fnvc Ihe backgroima and outline of Hie book "Prom Tragedy to 'Triumph'.' which .is to be' studied by tlie society In April. Mrs. Williams used i CoHnthtnns 16: as a bnsis lor her devotional. lias Turkey Dinner' .' -.lil'Sl/ 1 Miss Emma Cox and employees ol the Clem Ihe 'Joy, Theatres Including Miss Rosnlie Tucker, Mrs. Dick WatJiOh nilcl Mary Lorlnc Cox were hostesses. - id twenty-four guests foi- a turkey dinner In the Cox home on Monday evening in special compliment (o Mrs W w Prewilt, Jr, Among (lie out-oMown guests listed were Miss Mary Lutes aiid Mrs. Harvey Chapman of Blylhc- Many Women Relieved Headaches, nervousness, cramp- like pnfji, nnd oilier periodic distress of women may be due to ! functional dysmeiiDrrlica from mal-i muritlon, n condition often helped oy CAFiDUI. Main way it helps Is by increasing appetite and (low of gastric juice; lluis aiding dlges-l tton; building resistance to periodic distress. The other way CARDUI may help you: fake tt a few 1 days before and during "the time."! Used and popular for more than! 50 yfars. cuts; Dr. and 1 Mrs. C. M. Harwell. , Mrs. Joe Rhodes left Tuesday I moVning. for her home in Fayette- i vlllc nflcf a visit with her son, Joe' W. Rhodes and Mrs. Rhodes. • .. * * .*' In. Tlie Hospitals ' " i T 6iir"Gsc€61rt 1 ' : [)ersdtis« hhVe Hm- .devgonp operations .hi Memphis COWS RELIEVE stufliness and misery thl* Aroiyrf way: Mclfa spoonful pi Vicks VappRub in boiling water - • then breaiJie in the steaming medicated vapors. THEN AT 'BEDTIME, rub VapoRub on Ihront and cliesi Io get full benefit of its lohg-coniinued action wliile you sleep. Aiid you will be delated wlth ASTEX MOCCASIN WEDGE As Illustrated Beige Doeskin with Sand Calf trim and While" TJoeskhi Bite Calf trim. $£85 £ Hosiery to Harmonize W «=LOYI» A HOE . O/ The Best30 Minutes You Ever Spent in an Automobile.. We invite yon to drive a Hudson Six jmloiicr, over a romcyou travel every (lt»y . . and get a i/iml conijtarhon with your present car. Thousands of former owners of (lie "other three" lowest pricxil cars, who have made tliis simple test, ;irc now driving Hndsons.ThcTCarcmanyreasonswliy. Conic in and liml OIK f or yoiitself. Your First Ride in aiVi tiew J»QSl r AMAZING lOWtST PRICEf ~-\ CARIVEIlftUllT-f^R - ' T ' «^' »W jt. "~ L_ -- '. • HV. ,^ •-.--?-.•«•. ,:Eu. uttn ntu'IMi<inSixSrJ,itt,f 7}i ' r JrKrtndi» Otlni't UKS., WICt)., ci TW.111S HUDSON Also PRESENTS- LOWEST PRICED STRA.OHT t ICH WW rl ' ' N ° nGHT DEIUXE ' _ : _ - M ^tlCHT..NEW COUNTRY CLUB SEDANS, LUXURY SENSATIONS OF THE YEAR •ir,t \V, DOSS MOTOR SALES WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 104o' CHAS. S. LEMONS Home Furnishings Moderately Priced ARMSTRONG Quaker & Standard YARD GOODS 6-9-12 Feet Wide CASH AND CARRY PRICES Standard weight 6,Ft. wide, per running Ft. 32c Standard weight 9 Ft. wide, per running Ft. 47.6 . " wide ' P er runnin R F *- 72c t> Wide ' per ™ ftftin * F»- 38c nncn ' wide ' P er runnin ? p t- "c QUAKER wt, 12 Ft, wide, per running Ft. ...... 86c ALSO LARGE RUGS— Standard, 9 x 12 ............. '_ .................... Standard, 12 x 12 ...... Stendard, 12 x 15 QUAKER R ugS( 9 x 12 : QUAKER Rags 12x12 QUAKER Rugs 12 x 15, Z $795 ' Use ARMSTRONG'S LINOGLOSS WAX <m ^our Lin oleum and qtAKERvRugs a nd ftoor & nBT, S ' WB CARRY 1-ARGK AS- ORIAIfcNT OF ARMSTRONG'S I'UODUCTS. rnvi c eruigs r j y °" " rt ' l lllrch » sin K vour floor us, do not fnil to Jet us* supply von re| n«nl8 ^r your homc^ ,- 1 ' DINING 1{OOM - BK l, KITCHEN, jmd (he enlirc homo What makes little kitchens look bigger? Call ;iO-1 Hlylhcvillc, Ark, IT'S DONE WITH LINOLEUM THK kiwi of lloor in your kitchen l u , s : , lot to do »',(), whether it looks »dinkv"- or roo, i 'riv, \ ev C 11W If "IT" Ot ' A> -' llst '^""-fc urn ' H cj give the noor a spacous look— nviko Iho kftchcn ,ook larger. U ! s done $& } ^,^ widely spaced design. Most important of all-years from now tlii.s floor « ill look as feoort us Iho day you put it i,,. Spilled foods «"» t s am linoleum, and tin's floor wears "like iron " i He pjiUei-n goes through ( 0 Hie back. And linoleum "" so easy to kcc|) clean! Just R ,( a i|y dusting, 'nil oc- «i.s)oii«l washing and waxin K . ,\ 0 more tlnin that. \Ve cai'ry paUcrns for every room in the house » n.v not como in and look them over, let us give you • s i'Kj, r o.stions. and (inote you an inslalled-pricc We ''ire s«>-c you'll be very pleasantly surprised at the moder- . "WI C Properly laid und cared for your l.inylcum »l l»sl many years. i?

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