The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 3, 1938 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 3, 1938
Page 4
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FACE FOUR BLTI-HEVILUiJ, (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS Osceola Society — Personal Beautiful 'Experiment' r. K. o. M«ds : Mrs. Welby Young was hostess lo thirteen members of chapter "O" of the P. E. O. at her home yesterday afternoon. The installation of officers formed the main feature pf the meeting. New officers Installed were Mrs. C. B. Young, president; 'Mrs. D. Fred Young Taylor jr., vice 1 president; Mrs. Prank Williams, recording secretary; Miss Catherine Harwell, secretary; Mrs. James Driver, treasurer; Mrs. Charles •Colcman, guard; Mrs. D. S. laney. chaplain; Mrs. C. B. Driver, reporlcr.'Tlic following were chosen ns delegates to the slate convention meeting in Conwny April 1-2: Mrs. C. B. Young, Mrs. Welby .Young, Mrs. Charles Colc- uuii. Mrs, Herbert Sliippcn. racully -1'arly The monthly family meeting followed by a social evening given by Ihc members of the grade ami high school faculties with their husbands and wives was held in Ihc home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Moore on Tuesday night wilh Mr. and Mrs. B. L. f'rcsson as joint hosts. Bridge was Die diversion of the evening with live tables playing. Highest award was made by Miss Catherine llai- nell. J. S. McCants received Ihe nrlvsc for high score among the men. .Low. score was made by James Ahlf and Mrs. Joe Rhodes. ". * * * Mrs. Jacobs in Hospital Friends of Mrs. P. P. Jacobs received .word of her Illness at the Southern Baptist hospital in New Orleans. Mrs. Jacobs with her husband. Major P. P. Jacob:!, has been tending Ihe month of February at Inii-by-the-Sea, Pass Christian, Mississippi, and when preparing to ccme home injured a finger in fastening a suitcase. Infection set up with high temperatures, threatening blood poison, and she was taken to the hospital as a precaution. Major Jacobs arrived .home Tuesday and reports Mrs. Jacobs out ••cf danger and improving. She will return home in a few days, • * * * Masons anil luislcin Star lo Kntcrtaiu The Masonic lodge and Eastern Star '.chapters of Osceoln and Wilson are entertaining with a bingo party followed by a dance at the *3unsct Park community house at Bassett on Friday night, March 4, in' honor of the 'Frances Began Assembly of Rhinboiv Girls, which is composed of girls from Osceoln and 'WUsou, Mrs. Vcra Maxwell, Mother Advisor of the Assembly, accompanied forty members lo Wilton Monday night lo put on the work of initiation. Around Ihirfy- livc Masons an<i members of Ihc Eastern Star from Osceola attended (lie meeting. members arc to be initiated into the Assembly at-lhc next meeting.' * * * Jmlgc Waskom Speaks Judge'Jesse G. Waskom of Marked Tree was the.guest speaker :il Ihc Rotary Club luncheon meeting on Tuesday... Mr. Waskom spoke on the "Aims and Idenls of notary." Ur. C. NL Harwell presided. * * * Mr. anil Mrs. ISIackivouil Hosls Tli e Osccola-Luxora-Blytlicvillc Bridge Club was entertained in the home of Mr. mill Mrs. Dwighl H. Blackwoori on Tuesday night wilh five lables of players present. Quantifies of jonquils were used .throughout the rooms as decora- lion. Among Ihc guests. Mr. aid Mre. James Driver won the awards for high score. Club prizes wcnl lo Mrs. W. C. Mason ol Osceola and Rolxiid Green of Blytlieville. ; W. H, Curzon or was u business visitor here Tuesday. Mallory Harwell, senior mcdiuil student at Tulane University, New Orleans, spent bst week end ;\t liomc ivith his parents, Dr. C. M. Harwell and Mrs. Harwell. He was accompanied home by Mr, and Mrs. F. O. AlcGec aud Burford Halm, classmates 'A his jit Tulane, and Miss Mary ShaparO, student nt Wnnicr Brolliers movie moguls say It Is' nil because of her intellect thai they arc casting .19-year-old noselln Towne, the cycfu) above, In a lending role in her very lirst picture. 'Their story is thai Jteelln was selected for the "experiment" because she was the ranking student in her Graduating class nl HunllnBlon Park,'Calif., high school. One glance ut the pholo. however, will prove Uml Hosclhi has quail-', liralioiis other than intelligence. Sophie Ncwcoin'o college in that city, all of whom were hoiisc-guesl* in the Harwell - liomc during (lie week end. . < Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Taylor, ac- :cnipanlccl by Mrs. corn Gray of Little Rock left Sundnv for a motor .rip lo Clear Water, pia.. and oilier iouthcrn points. They will be away -wo weeks. Mrs. curl Barber, of Memphis, is .'he guest of her aunt, Mrs. Willam Stewart. ' Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jackson left ;hls morning for a two weeks vueii- .ioti at Hot Springs. Mrs. E..L. Cole will leave tomor- .•ow for Conway lo ullcnd the'an- nual i Girls' Auxiliary Conference held at Cenlial College. Mrs, Cole is to be one of (lie banquet speakers during .Ihe three day session. She will.return Monday. Complete Wai is j ? or Style Show On Friday JNigbl Final nrrniigciiiciils for (lie style show, la be given at the KHz Iheatcr Friday night, have been convicted. This rente, which is sponsored by the Woman's club, will be prcscnlcil between Hie two shows. Members ei the Woman's club ivill act as hostesses for (he performance, in willed four local mcr- :hauls will cooperate. Asstslhij? the •iiodcls will be Miss sani Lou' Mc- Culchen,. wlio will dunce iind sins. and three dance numbers will be Jivtn by pupils of Miss Miirgiircl The Illicit thin;; lor the spring and the coming summer months will be shown in the revue, which ,•'11 be complete hut not, lengthy. 'Ihe show will be,arranged against a selling of furniture tram the Charles S. Lemons Furniture store. Miss Winifred Crawford, Mrs. Tom Phillips, Miss jean Stacv, Miss Mary Virginia Cutler and Mrs. Jack Parker will moctel for Gnlber's Department, store. 'Hie :Ladles' Tog- gery, .formerly the New Economy £hoi>, will be represented by Mrs. A. B. Jaggers, Miss Ruth McDaniel of Stcele. and Miss Georgia Lc e . Applebawti's ivilMiavc Miss Mary Jeanne Aflllck, Miss Churchill Buck and Susie Taylor, daughter of Mr. ifncl Airs. Harluau Taylor. These will wear bolh light weight wcoleus and silks, so popular ui (his Itme, and the popular cotlor nnd linen frocks being nui'diuscei now for sumincr wear. WHlv them will be shown Ihe latesl accessories In, coats, hosiery, shoes', scarfs and Ihe like. .Susie Taylor wll model for girls of a»cs from .three to seven years. The motion picture H'liture wil be "Slnrl Cliccrlng," stiirriii^ Jim- mic Durante. Caruthersville Society — Personal Woman's Missionary Society Mel. Mrs.'D. K. Foster led Ihe Royal Service program, when Ihc Woman's MJsslonary Society of (tie Baptist, church met Wednesday afternoon at l)ie church. There were twenty-five members and several visitors i)resent,'The subject for study was "Sheaves with Rc- Jolclng—<In Europe." Mrs. .Foster was assisted by Mrs. R, M. Pierce, Mrs. Ruy tiiacklord, Mrs. n. H, Eiigliuid. Mrs. Tom Mflrkoy and Mrs. W. J., Cantrcll. A brief business session was held after which the circles wet for a few mailers and llieu various groups departed for visitation inkier Hie direction of the iKTsonul service chiiinnan, Mrs. W. I,. Cantrell. * t* * lfilil ;it Kigiil (,'lul) Mel Mr. and Mrs. F.ll Lockard were hosls to Ihc members -of the Kijhl nl Eight Club Monday evening at Iheir home on East "Ninth street. Cards furnished the principal di-'! version of the evening and there were two tables of players. ui»b stoves were held by .Mrs. Uensdy Smitli and George Murphy. Mr. anil Mrs. Lcckarcl were low scorers. I'. E. 0. -O'liaptcr Mel Mrs. H. V. Lilzclfcljicr was liost,- :ss lo Chapter DM of p. K, O. Monday aflernoon. Mrs. Guy Michic md charge.of Ihe program, presenting two topics, "History of P. E. 0. Ode" and "Music, Harmony ami Dlsiord." y\fler the' short business session the hostess served rc- rrcshmcnU. During Ihe social hour, Miss Vh'siiiiii Nell Llteelfclner, laughter of (he hostess, rendered two vocal numbers. The .hostess Wesenled Mrs. Earl Long with n blooming potted hyacinth in honor of her birthday. Miss Rose prazcllc is in Kaifcas City, Mo., where she .Is visiting frjends. Gage Knight and J. U. Wicker spent Friday of last week, in Memphis attending lo business mailers. Mrs. Enmin Hcrndon and:daughter, Mtss Maymc Herndon spent Sunday afternoon in Blylhevillc as guests of their daughter'ilcr, Mrs. Harold Meek and family. Mrs. Joe Wyatl and son, Tony, left Tuesday aficrnoon for Campbell, Mo., where Ihey will spend several days wilh their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Les Hopkins. Mr. and Mrs. s. z. Orgci:rcturncd Monday evening from St. Louis, where Ihey had spent Hie week end. . R. A. Warren and Dick;,, Neely Attended a business inccliii»i at Sikeslon Monday. Miss Nannie Gnrrelt and Joliniih For betk'v baking null frying I T you are happy anil peppy and lulloffun.mcnwilHakeyou places. Bui, if .you are cross and always lire*! out,'men won't like you. Men don't like v'.'quietV .girls.. .They want girls ftho are full of pep. For three generations one woman has told another how to go "smiling tbm" with Lydia E. Piiikham's \'cge- labte Com pound. It helps Nature lone; up (he 6)item, thus lessening discom- forle Irorn the (unctioual disorders whidi ivpmeu endure in the three ordeals o( life; 1. Ttimiag froni girlhood to wonanhood. 2. Preparing for mothcr- fcooa. 3. Approaelinig "middle age." 'Knkhani B Compound, made tipc- rfd(y/or women from Nature's wh'olc- Kffic herbs aud .roots, has lielped »-gtaeB (or over 60 years, . - With the Latest! for Spring $ 35 IIK'.V'IC ric« as (be f[|-,sl rubin . . . Iresh' j ••>•> u fcreiilh of .•jpriiiK . . . aiid smart ', as ;\ mellowed British briar; that's > «hnt v.e Ihink of our .stellar rpring sc- ' lection, and you'll feel the !.niue way i you MC them, ( • 'Line of New MIRROR TEST SUITS A Value C90 CA Hcnsntiun ipl.t,ifv HUDSON Cleaner—Tailor—Clothier S|!cn(, Wednesday in Mmphls with Mrs. Jolinnie Garrett, who Js « patient lit fit; Joseph's hospital. Mrs, Henry Dyars, a former resident of this city, lias undergone a serious operiUlou ID Menyphis. she Is a patient, in Hie Methodist hos- pllaJ In -that. city. Mrs. /Amos Moslier and daughter are iln Pine Bluff, Ark., where they will visit, with relatives for several days. 'Mrs. Clias.-G.'Ross :>nd Mrs. W, P. RobcrUon left Tuesday morning for Columbia. Mo., where they will visll with -Mi's, Ross's daughter, Miss Mary Tipton lioss, a student at slephens College, and wllh Mrs. J. L. James nnd Miss Mary Suo James. They alxo attended lite Bi'adualion ret'lliU of Miss lioss, Bivcn nl the college 'l\iesdny evening, Mr. nnd Mrs, J. L. VailAusdiill s|>ent Ihe week end in Nashville, 'Icnn.. as quests of their son, a student in Vnndcrbill Univei'sity, Miss Wava Wells of stcclc spent Ihe week cud in Ihls city as the S«ejt of Miss Cliristinc' Bonliinit and Mr. and Mi's. C. E. Murphy ;iiul family. Mr. and Mrs. Ijconurd Limbaush and Mrs, ( o. E. Hooker spent Monday afternoon in Blythcville. where they shopped. Mrs. J. .w. Tjplon has returned from Baslrop, La., where she has been for Ihc past, ten days with her mother, who i.s ill. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Mrs. .Carl Reid was hostess to ;i surprise birthday irarlv ici honor of her husband Tuesday nijhl at their .home ul Oak Ridge. The st, Patrick iiiolif was carried out. in the decorations which madii a very .pretty setlinj; for the lables ot bunco. High score award amour the men .vvent -lo Clarice Gilhand, bunco to E. w. McCann and low: to Sidney -a!il|er. Among Hie ladies Mrs. iE. W. MeCaini held high, Afrs. A. H. -Bcckham. bunco and Mrs. Jack Rushing- Ion- score. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Clarice Gllliaiul. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Miller jr., Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Casey, Mr and. Mrs. E, W. McCann, Mr. and Mrs Jack'Rush- ing, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. R. Bcckluini, Misses Margaret McClurc and Marie Owens. * * s Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Doerncr. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bcnlon. Mrs. Lucille Stephens and Willis Kiffcr were guests at a bingo party at the Majestic Hotel in Ciiruthcrsvillc Wednesday night. Harry Brooks of JUlythcvillc nnd i Sober McClurc have been in si. I Louis with their niather, Mrs. Emmie Jane Brooks, who underwent CHAS. S. LEMONS Home Furnishings Moderately Priced a major operation there over the week eml. Miss amice Outline Is leaving today lo spend several days with her sister, Mrs. Fred Sotts o[ Lake City, 'Art. Mr. Major Griflll) of Lake city, drove up alter licr. Mrs. Ruth Lawhon and Mrs. J. W. Reno were visitors in Memphis Monday. Dr. J, w. Robbjiis was taken lo the Methodist hospital in Memphis Sunday by J. W. Reno. He is to undergo treatment. Mrs. J. K. German la seriously ill at her home near Slceie. It is believed that she has pneumonia. Miss Ruth Fowler Is spending llite wcok at, Dell, Ark., us guest of licr brother, Otis Fowler and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brooks and daughter. Martha Lee, T. I. Brooks and Mrs. Gerald Brooks spent Sunday at Cape Girardcau with the toiler's sister. Mrs. Ionian JIahn ol Warble Hill, v]jt> uiidcr- vent an operation at u hospital there .Saturday. Mrs. J/jnia Terry and dtuighlci 1 , Susie, arc spending this week at Doll, Ark., as guests of Mr. and Mrs, w. O. aecroorc. Cluster Taylor visited his brother. Alfred Taylor, at Memphis Monday. haras McFall uiul Miss virgii; Travis ol I'arma were guests or Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Uiiggance Sunday. Lercy Whilm'iyaiid r. JI. Cooper visited Mrs. T. S. Cooper at Ihc Methodist hospital in • Memphis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. rtalpli Eniiis and ton, Gilljci, of Caruthersville, spent last week md here wild relatives. Pearson Hudson lias returned from St. Louis where lie lias been the past feiv months. James Strong and W. D. Bums left Tuesday for points of Florida. Wore lhan 112.000 miles of pii/s- linc is used in the United stales lo gather and transport crude oil. New Liberty News The Rev. Percy Hay;'of' Walnut, Miss., spent Friday rughl with Mr. 3)>d Mrs. j. M. Aycpck and family and preached lo a. largo audl- <W In their home. Jack tore Js visiting relatives In Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. D. Oarrelt Had as tIJrir Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weal, or Holland, and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Garratt and family, ol J,n«>ra. Mrs. E..H. Crook, ol Missouri was the week end guest of her daughter, Mrs. Rayfoid Eubiwks, and Mr. Eubiinks. Mr. and Mrs. I'. B. Jarrall and daughter, Miss" Helener. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Uawklnh and family at Half Moon. Mr. and Mis. Boyd Hardin and family of Axhport, Tcnn,, tjieiv. (lie week end wllh relatives here. Hiram McDonald has returned Ire in a visit hi Mississippi. Head Courier News Want Ads, KIDNEY ACIDS! You Must liecj) Them I lushed Out if You Would Enjoy Gooil Health If badly functioning kidneys cause you to get up. : two or three limes a nighl and your back aches together wilh acidity, ite'.i- ing and smarting, probablv all 'ja\\ need is a good kidney stimulant and diurelic. Nowadays thousands ol wise Americans at the first sign ot Kidney and Bladder disorder, slarl taking good old RAMON'S BROWNIE PILLS for the kidneys. They cosl, but 35 cents, and must, be good or druggists wouldn't sell so many ol them. Cinnamon becauseit makes better cinnamon toast A longer We as a- big l uaseball pitcher 'than tliat of < other nioundsnjan was enjoyed] Cy Young, who speiil'22 years' the:hurling game. Reid Courier ft<ws Wane A45J Just Arrived Vic have just received over 121)0 pairs of lien- 1 - spn'n s shoes incliidlnir MIC sjUHrt copper lans in kid. Blue Oabar- •liucs, Blue Kills and allraclivr urn- pateiils. All heel styles iiiclud- i"f Culleje, Ciibiin & Ilisli hccjs. iootweat perleclicm Jn ilim llpllcrinQ designs ttial aro giociou$ in corilouf. 51.10 -Gordwi HOSIERY (Irregulars) Pr. ,69c ZELLNER SLIPPER SHOP Across ;tlic -Street From .Firsl -IValioiM! Bank Heller Livin . KROEHLER Built for Your I'roleciion BIGELOW SANFORD TAU.OH MADK RUGS-CARPETS 'J'ht- in Cat-net i!i\vecpei's BISSELL'S CHARM ARMSTRONG'S Inlaid linoleum I'or your \Vlwie ntWc. t,asis many years when installed by l ni « store—Tin; l.A KG UST UbL'HH IN AKKANHAS. tivery Day a Sales Day •I'riccs,'il oil imnlity dtwiral, Al\va\'ti Ki Sec Our Nvw UAiglon WASH FROCKS -SW1N<; I'JIOCKS . -ZII'PKK •• KNOCKS SS I-'KOCKS I 'rutty wash lYoelis you'll wear .with : |)ridu . i-huoso froiii-brJKlil new prinlud silk crepL's 'ami attractive liiifiis. MARCY LEE FKQCKS l-ovv priced lo make- you budgcl-proud! Bcaullful solid colors ol Acclalc Itayoii with zip|>cr fronts • . . new linens mid printed, crepes Dvanna Vurbui FROCKS for School Girls The sclioul girl neutls a lot •ol' pretly ("rocks-.and •lluwu ;iro most jitlraeiively .styled of linuns, ;nitl Shirley Temple 'ROCKS for the Little Miss A'lmable cotton [rocks with sninckins;s. shirrinss, (.-lisp (rims . • • dimities, Powder puff muslins, dotted Swiss and linens. Style Show , I'liduy ft iff kl at the Sec the latest.slylcs presented on slase - Friday .iiighl <at -Ihc IllU Theatre. $1.95, 12.95. IACK APPLEBAUM

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