The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 9, 1940 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 9, 1940
Page 3
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THURSDAY, MAY fl, lfl,|f) Manila Society—Personal Mrs. James Wright, the former Miss Emma Jane ovafton, was entertained Tuesday afternoon when •A host of her friends honored her wllh a shower at tlie home of Mrs. 'wan Plerec. The rooms were lovclv will) large bowls of spring flower;; used for decoratiom. The dlnlnc table was covered will) lacs and the centerpiece, a large mirror lake 0.1 which a large stork carrying a small buby and surrounded with a Host of miniature storks, all of which were hand made. "Mrs. Gene Ashabranncr condirt- «1 tiic games. A feature of the af- lemooVs entertainment was a baby show In W ])!:li ihc most natural • mother was chosen. Those present were judged by their manner in handlln* babies. Mte Crcn,-ti Oruf- ton, sister of the honore;, received Hie prize. '. Mrs. G. Mlko Jr. and Mrs Pele pnllard presented Mrs. Wiisjhl with a »»B6y and a bassinette, both ol whic.-i were filled with lovely gifts. ; Mrs. Graver Snyder registered, the guests in the tnl>y book whi-h MIS afterwards nroso-.led to Mrs Wright a.s a gift. : The !iost A <K, Mrs. I'icrce, was us. •Sisted by Mrs. jfactee Brown Mrs Oenlcl Wl |h e i, K | ;„,, Sue Moore.. KofiPslnnenls were servtsl at l!i« close of tli« affair * * • The members of the L.i:lles umip Class met for their regular weekly Tuesday afternoon meeting with Mrs. A. D. Harmon as hostess. Mrs. Alice Ueauchuinp visited tin- meet- in eiuid Miss Irene Ho'illmer was a c.ew ctirolleo. A gfime of "The Rich Man ami Ln/nriis" was (ilayed before the \esson. The devotional was by Mrs George Brown from Ihc !2tli'chap- ter of John and opening prnvcr wus by Mrs.' Alvin Tipton. Ar.. Introduction to the Cialntlan letter was jjlvcn by .Mrs. Elvis Niclilos; "The People of Galalia" by Mrs. Mayo Hudson; "Occasion of Writing the Kplsllv" by Mrs. Slinron Edwards' "The Different? Hetwcen tlic Cove- i-am and Die Lniv" was also'dh- cusscd nnd "Paul Warns Die G;il:t- lln elmrch against Pulse Oo;lrinc«" presented by Mrs. Mamlo Pcrkliv;. The ladies will mt'ft with Mrs. Elvis N'lcklos next mwiiin-« ii ;l i e . Mrs. C. U Hughes left Monday for Claremore, Okln., when she was called to the bedside of iicr brother, Mamie) Simmon, who is seriously Ul. Miss Vada Johnson of l/juchvilli; risked her sister, Mrs. Mnyo llud- loii. of Manila Monday. Mr, and Mrs. Max lioiowsky and children, Hetty and Jane, n rc spent- ing a few days in Memphis. 0. W. Tipton attended to mislui'.vs in Memuhis Tue.s;lny. Mrs. Raymond Carter carried her infant son to Mcmuhis Monclnv where he will undergo a ml.-or operation. Mrs. P. E. Ilowell, who hns been 111 for.the |>as( tew days, is rapidly Improving, Mrs. liuitle .Yl.ii> Grimes. Mississippi county iM-oVilion orfk-cr, ai)- jjeaml before the hl<li sohou) slu- (leiil.i at their iw-uhir w ei | es-lay morning cliupjl hour. She tulke.1 on "Corn-Hue und liiitintlw." Condi John Munis was in eharee of the chapel hour, A uroup of young people of lliu Meiliodlst church ullendrd (lie Infill Vcar f'.uiy for tiie Mississippi connly l.cngiit. U'ion held at the First Mrtlmdisi church In niy- llievllle TUMilny ni = 'ln. Those who were t-hupcroned 'oy Mr. nnd M.-.i. John Morris were: Misses liiiby nnd l.ela Gene Indwell. He:e:i L'cnrson, Eva Martin. 'Uoy Asha- bia.-ncr. Junior 1'earson.' j. n ffrawii. Kctdic Ashabranner,. Hays Hpradley nnd Juckio Ten»»e. ' Mrs. Pete a«itl Is reported ill in this writing. One Abstract Firm Buys Out Another Company CAIiUTHUli.SViU.K. Mo., M., V y —AnnouiiL-vincni svax jimiU- iw r ii ycsicrday of Hit' purchase of the Carullicrsvillc Abstract Company by Morrcll DeHeijn, propricloi- o'f Hie I'cmiscBl County Abstrn I Company. Under . terms of the :>SU;;,it ,t, the retiring company of _wl.i:-)i .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shields of ICcimett and c'lins W Shields of tills city were co-oiviicrs', conlrncteil nol lo ruler Into (he iibstracl business In this ranrty for ii period of 10 years. The roilrlug tlrin opened for business about n year axo. Age ium efnniirs ge RcleiHI.sls have been probing Into Iho uses of .some or (he ciu'th's iiu-lrorlte visitors, wllji iiilorcstlng rcsulls. Kxplodlni; alonis of rndhiin, isivlns oil' helium, lead and eneryy, furnish ihe Informitllon ; iljoul Ihe ancient stones. The same method Is- used In delcrmlnlnt; (he life or our own earth, '' ' PAGE THRBR IfF CAN OF DRY FAST ENAMEL Ideal for porch chairs, bicycles, loys, fiiiniluic. Choice of white or ml, J.imil 2, **<> .j^'.- i KALSOMINE Screen Puint Roof Cooling 5«o/, J2U (Oc PUTTY Fill cracks, putty up windows before CAN OF SPAR VARNISH None fm«r made for boats, furni- lure, (jolf clubs, fisli rods. Limit 2. 14" Predotiia, Ariz., is loealed <lfl 1 mill's from the nearest rallroiul. ' COTTON CHOPPING HOES 7 iltul K Si/c 49; <low Hoc. lo ordinary lio ( , s at lliis price. Montgomery Ward 5 ^.ils. for (liiii price I Seals small Starts Friday, May ill The moil gTganlTc polnl sale ever 5logedl o?5 Ward s .o" es co-opor- v a ITi, lrcmci \ dou$ d ' iv '-' t!wl "0 «'• "»«' pointtnfl wea.her o year. Moko your home-ond your lown-bccioliful NOW, «,nd S Wards Great May g—^^ ^^^ . »/ EDDING SALE! Save NOW at sale prices on your needs for a gooef night's rest! *''*{' /V : \* & **> ».«; wf " •ZZjtgTft z^sts? prV ^ProoT^ 0 -^" ES^s^f ^S?C War -- msm^-^ FURNITURE CLEARANCE HOU S S U E P PAINT linseed Oi/ and Torpenfine fncfuo'eef wi% SUPER HOUSE PAINT Lowest price of the ycar- ant ] ( m'.adUilion. you E ct !/,-irnl L..ISCCU 1 Oil aiul '/ 2 -ga!. Turpentine with every 5 galloT.s of "' 180 P noe »- ' "'Prove nn now heats every house paint wc've.found ... in coverage 1 i<lm B power and durability. Costly TitanUim Dioxide give" t ZI rS B "rT, r nml brilliancc ' Pr ° CCBSCl1 Linsf-ed Oil uiabihty. Gallon covers up to 500 sq. fl., two coals! Bring contomers for Linseed Oil and Turpentine. Bedroom Suite Kcaulifnl S I'ii'ci; Suite. Modern wnlr.rnill lie- sigii. Bedroom Suite 3-Picoc I!e,n-litoiic suite. Stassivr, well ron- slruetcil. 44 59 88 5 Piece Dinette Set Regular S13.D5 value.. Wliile. they last prircd to sell a) 8 88 95 Living Room Suite 2-I'icce tnohair suite. Regularly priced at GD.5U. 49 78 50 Lb. Cotton Mattress A well made soft and serviceable mattress. JI-Pc. «e«l Outfit $2 A MONTH 1 STJJ'i $2 more elsewhere! Molded melal bed with brown, chip-resistant enamel finish. 90-coil Premier Wire spring'. 50-lb. fluffed center cotton mattress! Down Poymint, Carrying Chgrg* Itoom.y Sofa Ifed 29°' Why Pay ?IOMore? You'll like the rayon velvet and cotton tapestry cover file no-sag innerspring seat and large bcddin&r comparlmcnU Makes big double bed. $4 A Monlft, Down Payment, Carrying Cher go COVERALL HOUSE PAINT Keg. 1.C9I Wards Jamoiis slniid.ird "• quality house paiui. Gallon covers 370 I sc)u,ire feel, 2 coats. Stock up nowl j. 0 1.05 AUTO ENAMEL Mirror-like finish. Sets <l«st free in 1 lionr. ENAMEL UNDERCOAT '^K i uo 'i Use as first co,it on nil wood surfaces. ' gallon Standard gual- ily, wasli.ililc. Qls. now 37c. ISOOIIM, SALE and Duck F<'JI<1HT Per Pair Big, soft pillows that lull you right to sleep! Filled with 60?1 duck and W,'i goose feathers. Handsome, durable, feather- proof linen-finished ticking, 349 MONTGOMERY WARD 90-lb. SLATE ROLL ROOFING towesf Prices of the Season! Compare Ihese quality features! Ward roof- mgs offer you FADEPROOF COLORS that are baked on, not painted . . , TEMPERED ASPHALT COATING, proved best in recent government tests . . . UNDERWRITERS LABEL, proof of fire-resistance .,. NAILS & CEMENT with all rollsl HEXAGON STRIP SHINGLES 4-in-l STRIP SHINGLES 35-lb SMOOTH ROIL ROOFING Reg. 89cl Nails & Cement included. Save! 'Mint fo * ca "'«r.rc, t .. ou WALIPAPER CLEANER Reg. 9c Safdy cleans wallpaper, window shades. 1 MONTGOMERY WARD

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