The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 18, 1938 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 18, 1938
Page 6
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PAGE SIX '• BLrmEYILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Caruthersville Society — Personal Eight at Klght CJul) KnlPi (a.'ncd, Mr. and Mrs. Lemlsy Smith en- tcrtfllnert (he members of (heir two table card club, the Eight nl Eight club, at their home Tues- day evening. Mr. mul Mrs. Dick linslni'Vi Wmnrn's Galllan were guests. Mrs: Clyde; circle Mel. Harper held low score und Mr.j Miss Alice Lutcn WHS hostess to Gtilllan wns high. fcuileui njeijiljers of the Una Itob- * ' ' <rt,s l.iuvrejico Circle of the Bii|>- JWrs. Oreen Kiitcrlnlns- Cliil). (1st \vc Mrs. Maud (ireen was hostess Monday lo the Jolly Nine dull at her home' her pan OH Cotton avenue Monthly even-j i.uten. Ing. Mrs. Hnrry Ilnki'r end Mrfu.v.iss Vi< M. R. Rowland n-piv Kiiests. Mr.s.|llx> |>rns „,., John VniiAmdiill held high und Knvvlcc, ni.i .'.-.I "Shravi:, with Itr- Mrs. Clco Goodwin was second.I jolclnu in (-!<rop". V.'..^ • each received hosiery In n ntwjeave the di-voOoiijl. Ml-s M.iMis '. sprint' shade. | was u.sMslcd by Mrs. S C. Wi--; (1st Woi un's Mlssloniiry Society, veiling in Hi • honu! nl t.s, Mr. :in<l Mr;. J. 11, : FiiilU) V.'."-il Avnin,-.' M'choli ! «1 l'llfc'-;;c ul tctketi Iroi. 'lilinn. Mrs/ l.yilla Kveivion,Mrs | ]. : IM v.eek tu-re with relnllves Albert VVulkcr, Mis. Clyde }3:uk>yl 'Ilicy vl.sited with Jicr motlicr near imd Mr*. Guyc Knight. Ml.w Pearl| leering and with Mr. :iml Mrs Wilts joined the circle. During J). J. Mcrciillli In the Klnfolks the r.u.lm>.<.s session plunj were Hid^i; coniinunlly. Mrs. Rutland Is miuli: fur llu- coining l j r;iyer Pro-|ll!i- former Miss '/.ora Meredith _ .111 !»i- l!'v>u> .Vllsslo-i. whldiji-ud ntti'iidrd .school licro ami lias v•:!! lie I'd'.l .'/ (he chireli nrsi I ninny friends In this city, "• ; '" j <•'. II. Hall spent Monday in * ' ' ll'.'nmlt find ]'arac,oiild, Ark., Mrs. .lii(-k Norton of iidir !!uy- where he aUended lo business. II is .seriously 111. Mi*. Eugene Hulliint j ... ,, „,„, CJf-ni-, hi Memphis, left. Wednesday! veiled with Mrs. Henry Hyars, a tor their home niter sjiendlng tliclijiiiicnt in the Methodist haspl'ial Mrs. 11. 'J'. Hyar.s sjient Moil- son, d:iy in Memphis. Tenn.. where she She accompanied Mrs. Mayme Crl- <!er and Miss Virginia CrWer. George Hale was seriously ill MIC first part o[ the week, liul is fomcwhat Improved at this time. Mr. i\ml Mrs. O. E, Hooker and .'on. Orvcl. spent Tuesday nflei 1 noon in lllythevllli- where ihcy attended to business. Miss Virginia Crider nnd mother spent Monday in Memphis. Miss ; Crider. who received an injury to her JIOKC in a gnnu- at .school last wck, went foi an examination. ' Mr;,, j. c. Kill spent Monday In niythi'vlllt with IHT '111111; Mrs. Iloselton. Mrs. Burnett Bernard left Tne.s- day tnornlii'j for Memphis where .'he will hnve n check-up of her {condition ,'.nd iiosslble ircniment. i Mr. Hcriiarcl ncccmpankd her i ll'.ew. Mrs. ,J. c. Davis ac- Mr. and Mrs. J. O. lo Centi'alia, III., over end. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and I comixtnlert ifichnumnn I tile week $2.50}BOOK OF THEATER Last Week's Winner, Mr. James McMiillisjs, will receive his prize at Hall's Whiskey Store. i Kc-haiiroan visited relatives (here. | Mr. and Mr.s. Kit cialtlu-r and 1 family hni'e moved ' (roni their FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1038 home on Grand avenue to a /arm if ' casl of town on the Chute road: -^ i Mrs. W. i>. Robertson 'has been •qnlte 111 for the past week. i Mrs. Lowell Kli'kscy and Mrs. I.otta Caglc of Mlcola spent Tuesday afternoon In this city where Ihey shopped anil visited friends. Mrs. Charles Grurc and Miss Helen Marrs of 1'orliigeviJle spent ^^le.5(Iay morning here shopping. They also spend some lime visiting friends. Misses Helen Marr und Faye narae.s of Portfigcville spent Mnn- day in this city shopping. TICK EACH WEEK IDENTIFY HIM and WIN A PRIZE IS IT*** Try This Silhouette Game-It's Fun I'nlor Ticliols l« sonm jinrson.. Tin; objf-cl of this rnscin,-itin;,' game is ai^uariiig direclly inidiM' the .sillitninUi! may provitlo you with a clue to 'his :• ads iippcarini; on the page. These d« not nccessarilv'have to he ori^nul You i! I'Onipuriitivcly brief, preferably ruil over a <l«xen words in each slogan S, W«"^^,K??g! Si!,,!?= SS!' ; SS Mv'Sf. SSS Wi^S^. S Whiskies, Wines Gins Cordials WE'LL BE GLAD TO SEE YOU whether you spend 15c or SIS.On. We have » complete slock of \vhiskeys, wines, Sins, and conlial.s. Kemeni- her we have the whiskey you want u( (he price you want lo pay. Come In - NOW HALL'S WHISKEY STORE 124 East Main St. «lythevil)c] Ark. Nellie's GLENCOE GRILL .SUNDAY'S MENU i K. C. T-Konc Steak Dinner 7f,e Beef Consomme with liice or Fresh Shrimp Cocktail wllh every Dinner. MEATS: Fried Chicken Southern Style Stuffed Tenderloin Hamiian Broiled Beef Temlerbin Baked Young Hen with Dressin K VEGETAHLES: Snow Flake I'otatocs Caiiliflnwer O'Hrlpn Fresh Green Beans SALAD: Stuffed Tomato Delijlit «iu, Cottage Cl.e« f DESSERT: Strawberry Sliorlcake niih Wliippcd Cream Coffee, Tea, Milk Parker House Rolls. Ccrnhrrad h Lunch Mea<s > Ve ^ e - (ables, Dessert 2nd & Ash Sts. Phone 638 Now Is the Time to Clean Dp! Shine tp! Auto Wash Mop loom" (v&afi [r. ID [ivnulei. Alloche* In garden Handy Chamois Tliick. absoilienl chamoti • cm pp. scweit logctficr, l.conomlcal. DUE able. Size I4"xl7" . 28c Spoke Bruah 14c Simplifies lV,e tedloui )ob of wheel (ng. Cet* In the tightest placet. Polishing Cloth rnnlerfal, 25c value '.-• koltiwl 15c Touch-Up Enamel |»t bUeV. Oel those (cratches be[ore rust does. * Fender Splash Guard "DeLu«' Slyk, "Rubber-Coat" Top Dressing with H.If. Pint . WHO IS IT? This man has been ;i prominent hnsiness man since Ulylhevilli>'.s days. In addition lo his own work he has taken an active interest in civic nftnirs. T)o you know him? : :,- ' I.asl week's silhouette was thai ot Hnland Green. "Slip-On" Seat Covers BUY DAVIS TIRES And Save From 20 lo 27% Guaranteed 18 Months fie surf to stf otir n f ti DeLitre tub ttutftabte (overt Sizct for ell WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. GO PLACES IN THESE LOVELY NEW DRESSES OF POROSPUN Woven of EASTMAN Acelate Rayon $10.95 The fashion wheel turns to "POH- OSPUN" . . . the fabric with that smart hand-loomed look so ingeniously constructed lhat It's comfortable in any temperature. Dependable, loo, because It has been laboratory tested and approved for all cleaning and wearing qualities. 1'ou'll adore Ihe gay young styles with their slim, figure datlertnj lines. Nice details give them a distinctive- well-bred air and all have slide fastener lilaekcts tor smooth fit. Jack Applebaum SOI W. Main Phone 56 IS THE TIME TO FIX UP Ytitir Kuthwom and Kitchen WE CAN SKCUKK DIRECT SERVICE Through The F. H. A. ON ALL PLUMBING WORK "PETE" The Plumber 109 No. Pirsl. Phone 10H '7 Was Completely Stumped - - -" It i.s lerrible tt) he caught Irl .1 situation that you know nothing about— you don't know what tn do or Imw to KCt help—you're forced to make cleei- sions that perhaps are iin\visc. Choosing the rij;hl mortician is difficult, at hest—and even harder at times of stress. Why don't you slop in and talk with us? We'll acquaint you with ;ill our services, give yon sound, usable, advice. PHONE 30 HOLT FUNERAL HOME Lake and Main 'hone 970 RITZ A ND ROXY Program From Mar. 19 to Mar. 25 RITZ Saturday. March 19: "Love On a liudgcl" mill .led JVoiirty and Sprliif Byington. Serial: "Mysterious Pilot." Sunday & Monday March 20 & 21: "Yank al Oxford" n-ilh ftohrrl Taylor and .Mnttrr.rn O'Si'lliva?). Tuesday. March 22: "Walking noun Broartwny" with Clairr Trevor nnil Miclia^l Whalrn. Wednesday & Thursday,'March S3 & 21: "Radio Oily Revels" wllh Boh Burns ami Jarl: (].Mt. Friday, March 25: "Paradise for Three" \vilh Frank Slnijjan aim llohcrl Vnniifr. ROXY Saturday, March 19: "Holling Caravans" willi Jack I.udin anil l.) r:1 ,, or Ktm - 3rt Sc . lial: "11111 Tyler's I.uck." ' ' Sunday and Monday. March 20 * 21: "longerons lo Know" with Anna. MM \Vonj an,! Akim Tami- roff, Tiie.^., «-cd., A Thurs,, Star. 22, 23, « 3J: 1>, V [, M 0 | ITS . "He Couldn't Say No" with Frank MrHu s i, ;>llll J)mp ^ „ IVIday, siarch 25: "Code, of Ranger" with Tim McCoy. H APPY GROCERY& H QUA MARKET 109 W. MAIN DKI.IV'E'RY PHONE 15 PEACOCK FLOUR PROUDLY PERFECT And And you too will be just as proud if you will give it a trial. A high patent flour, plain and self-risinz i Lest You Forget FOLGERS COFFEE Conveniently Ground F6r Pot, Percolator or Drip Pot

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