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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 13, 1939
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BLYTHEVILLE,, (Al^K.) - COURIER NEWS • : THURSDAY; Fann,Women To Hold Rest Camp For Three'Days Mississippi County Farm women chase a $1.50 meal ticket and pay 50 cents registration fee but tliosc who wish to take food instead of money for tho meal 'ticket will lake articles listed by Miss Cora Lee Colcman, county home demon-. strallon agent, who- is In charge of the .camp, . . • COURIER NEWS } COMPLIMENTARY TICKfcT N'- This Ttetel 1 W)lf Admll W- L. R«»es '«.'; Companion *• > * Bl>theulle ' —Vs the— , " ' \ WTZ THEATER " " ( — id «e— "MAISlfc" amcs B Clark, srccoiid high * * * ' as Club 1'arlj. Mis William Young enterlain- d membcis of the ADC club. and irec gueits al a club paitj at ci home jrslciday afternoon Gucste were Miss Aiilla Stratko, Irs Albeit K. Tnjloi and Mrs George Sllcklci. Gladioli formed n :. colorful • act- ' ' Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS , Fidcll5 Sunday Ediool class, First Baptist eliurdi, having paily 7 •» i o'clock at Arrfiorel home of Mis, * E If Hale . ,, • , Elmv,ood Cemelery Assoclallou meeting three o'clock with Mrs , Charlie Johnson Mrs Charles Newcomb and Mrs ' S J. McDcannau enlcrtoiiUnt 'Dorcas Sundas' School class, Fust - B»pUst church, 7.30 o'clock nt the Newcomb home L»wn Farl} Honors Ocl of lawn Guest MIES Patty Ann Giccn , hostess at a la»n parly last nigh in honor of her hoxiseguesl MK Elizabeth Mills, of Sheffield, Ala \\lth whom she atlcndert school nt qt Agnes Academv In Memphis Hie affah was given nt the coun- aibcrt was high scorer and Mr, ''icue Oldham of Enut Pulrlc, Mo, n* wvt v •• o .._,. ., .,» n tit n mint I a rtf \tre lift I - foi the bridge Ilss Virginia il/c and Mis • in whlcli 'Jlicy \\cic the gue.sU of Mrs h'am's molher, Mrs.- W. .M. Olu- liain, In Analiclm,' Calif, and Uic/ also tloppctl In Ban I'Tancl?co ami olhei nolnls of Interest i Mrs. M. O. Usrcy 'nnd dnUgliter. Mlif, Mary !3|>aln v ale Spending today In Memphis' Miss Helen U)ulso Gnltley and Miss Mnrgiiret tcilliellcr, both of Canitlicri\llle, aic spending the - guest — "° The hostess served a salad plalc nd Iced drinks at Ihe conclusion if the Barnes VII Members ••Attend 'art) at Riitlic Inn. All the inrmbcis of the 'Incsday Ccnlracl club attended Uic paily given nt Ihc Hiistlc Inn yesterday aflcioon \\hni Mrs John r Rcinnilllci was hosiers Ipi btldge gomes and dlnnci 'Ihe hostess had arranged l>ou- qticls of gladioli, phlox, tlwsla daisies, marigolds and other garden flowers about Iho prlvAlc room nt Ihc Inn. Mrs John C. McHancy was hlttn scoior and Mis 13. r roller, _s,cc- ond high in the biidge games A steak dinner followed Ihc Barnes • t * „.... Allrinl 1'iriih trj home of her parents, Mi and M HI nbim l.ako. Mrs Karl'Grecn. 1 Nine Blylhtvlllo people ttill w 'The hostess received \\ith Donald ' riiesl.s at a piuilc al Ralnbm Greenwcll and 'Miss Mills \\lth Lake In Memphis loday when Inc Frank Bouer other out of town • Colonial Baking Compmy en u cuesls included Miss Florence lains [01 its salesmen and »l« Criwfoid, of Memphis, nnd hci cs- iti Irlcnds cort. Harold SUlngei Ji , of Nc^ Swimming Is planned for ll York, City Both are nouscRiiests aflcrnoon »"'l «"nci « 1 be n , of Mr. and Mis Raymond Stilnge,. diversion^lonight^ 1 he ^"lo^ an Chapcrones for tlie altak weic I ^ Mrs Richard Eiobcrls, Mrs Giecn and Ihc f?e\ M: C. McKec week wilh Mlw Maiy Emily Wll- in, The Rev and Mrs W. F Coolcy and ton, David, of Joiner, M>cnt yesterday here with their parents Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon, and Mr and Mrs. P. E.: Cooley. Tomorrow llic licv. and Mrs. Coolcy am «m and Mr. and Mrs. Cooley will jo lo Pine Bluff for a visit with Mi nnd Mu lilslner D Bcatl nnd Leaclivilie Society — Personal:' will" leave' their cares at home This list Includes glass jelly, , . y I 10 ami 20, when they al-«"«rt. fruJt. quart fnilt juice, 12 Attend.Luncheon J . .'. . ,.j. • - Mrs. n. V. Hall. Tcxarkana, first vice presidertt. Tlie principal business will be planning for the next state convention 'to be held in Fayetteville. The four , will b« guests of Mrs.: Curtis Stcut, state president, for Tuesday and Wed* nesday, ,• •.'•• , .; , a, i'j ami uu, WLieii nicy m,-'•*""»- ••"•-• M-—V .....*. j-~~, -the clghlir •nnmial county 6»c<* liain or bacon, li pound , ... . _ i > ln»i lor nir\ RIIIFHI* fiiirt /'nlnlrnii '/> home dononstratlon rest camp at Ibe Cfowley Ridge Stale Park near WalcoU, 12 • miles 'west of I'ara- goulcl. Widespread popularity of this en Ihe Clulf and polnlS south Moiv day night. They left for Keener Springs for several days and will be home again on Thursday of (his week. : Dr. and Mrs. Charles P. Harris spent Monday night' and Tuesday hi Memphis. >u hi ornns Mi and Mrs'. Louis Wclnberg lion club in Hits comity, Duller, ,cup sugar, one chicken, ,_ dozen, eggs, ',<! dozen Cookies, .one dozen tomatoes, gallon potatoes, quart canned beans oi \pcas, pint pickle, quart lima brans or peas, Iwo onions, hvo peppers. • . Woiuun may lake llielr, cols, rent Ihem, or sleep camp Tachion. Each woman will take her own bedding, tea 'towel, plate, kulfe, «n.m-e Muuy. ,„«« »,',- -., fork, spoon, toilet arllcles and basketry, hooked rugs, group sing- .swimming sun. Ing dramatic tournament, cotton ] Various clubs will furnish Irans slyl'c dress revue, a bingo party, 1 —-'-"— ""•-'"" —' "'••'• >••> vesper services, reading, a picture show and music will entertain members of the home dcinonslra- camp In other years. Is expected |lo causo a large attendance, along wil!l the economical phase hy rarm woinen n.y.ave went lo Memphis Wednesday. Rev. Jeff Smith of Hoxtc, Is here lor two weeks holding a revival at tlic Methodist church: His wife id daughter, Mils Maltha Arhi, t nils morning for Ihe Uni- ••lly of Aikansas at laiot'u- lle.''liiey arc expected lo return .hrclay. , M. Ross, who has been ill for o weeks ficm a carbuncle on his iccl:, entered the Tilythcvllle hos- tal'jehlcrday aHeinoin fci treat- cnt Tt will probably bo necessary r him lo bo lliere a week. Pule Lcnli, ,of Memphis, wns ere Tuesday night for a brief visit III Mi and Mrs John I* e formcily lived heic , -10 guesto roasted wieners li over thb open fire and \\crescrved iced drinks Aftei they had played pci will be sencd av (i 30 o'clock .Guests from here are Ml Mis. Charles Crawford, M a»M Has Picnic Mrs J Cecil Lowe, leachei of the Junior Sunday fiihool class of the First Chilslian church, entertained 13 of her .students with r a' picnic jestcrday aftcmcon at Walker Park * Virginia Anderson, a niembci of the class who celcbiatcd her birthday yesterday, was prcscnlcd with a* New Testament by. \\n Icachoi Bits of News Mostly PersonaU Ml and Mis J A Leech 1 today for a tilp Ihiough (he No \\cst 'Ihev \ull slop in YcHowslo I.ike Loulbe and olhci '" , j j ..„!,!„, at llic Rieinoaisu cnuruii. ins Mis Cecil Shane and dauehlc , n , Jom , )lm , 1C| . 0 lnls wcck ss Patty, and Mrs IJ A Ljiich |( u [W5 bcc| portalion. The Dogwood club has Among the Osfreolahs - who 'at • •• ' Bland Mitchell of.Utllc Reck, Ihe Rev Matthew Curry, Blythcyllte, and the Rev. C. C. Burke of Marlanna OB faculty members. . Miss Edith Sullivan has arrived for' a' month's visit with' her parents 'Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sullivan. Miss Sullivan is employed In the cBices cf the Federal Housing Ad; ministration In Washington. ' W E Johnson, who has snent Among the Osceolans - who ai- , w. r.. •uv/m.<™... ••-•- •.-•.--:tended Ihc lunclicbii given . at the I the past several months here will Memphis Country:• club .yesterday Is daughter, .Mrs. W W. Prcwitt .; _ i. _ • . . -•;. ^ ,j • i^. i.,.^ J.XF Hrau'ltl Inlt, LIllS WPfik 101 IJOiliUlUJl. ll'U jjuywuuu tiuu iitia ,i flv announced that anyone may ridei ys in Us school bus by paying 50 by Mrs. F. P, Jacobs bf Grldcr In honcr <f Mrs. John McGavock Orider of Annapolis were Mrs. W. J. Driver Jr., .Mrs. abdfrey White, Mrs. George Adams/ Mrs. < John Binfofd White, Mrs, M.. .V; Alexander, M rs. Ill a le Ja?kson, Ma rlon Cromer, : Pearl Carlwright and Z:ula Nunn. ••.. • . . :.- LlcUtc'nanl Grldcr and Mrs. 'Cfri- dcr will be guests of Major F. P. Jacobs and Mrs.. Jacobs'.tor several ccnls. The bus will leave from Ihe Plylheville court house Tuesday Mrs, Nelson Henry has been In the-Mclliodlst hospital for a minor operation since Sunday. She will return home Thursday. Miss Mary Rose l.s vncalloiilng In St. 1-ouls and Springfield,' Mo. Mr. Zcb Oalleau of Jonesboro Is vi.slllng relatives here for a few dajs . . . ; .. Mrs. (Jiitlix Hall of nine Bluff is here ihls week visiting the family. ; Miss TJillie Rlggs spent Tuesday In Memphis. . • . MI'J-es Camillc . and Eugcnm 1 "Sandy" dicer of Forrest Oily are Ench club will present a live _ morning, nine o'clock, minute stunt and the drama lour- ' muiicnt will be for those rtubs vUilch wish lo put on a one-act play. Any club member may cuter Ihc dress revue contest lo be held Wednesday. Each member is lo lake an Inexpensive article wrapped for a prize lor Ihe while elephant bingo party. Recreational chairmen will lead . Vesper services will be conducted each evening at sunset, 'those Interested In handicraft will take empty thread spools which will lie Osceola Society — Personal n Mi and Mis B F Brogdon have ,| S n ms here, tinned ficm a \\eddllig tilp al ng Howard Mnyes was a iBIj'lheville Attend ll»niecr>mtn£ Mrs. V. G. Balidy, worthy matron of Osceola chapter. Order , Eastern Star, and Mr, Bandy,' D:fIs Clark and Mrs. Frances Bogan of .Lux- oi'a, past worthy' grand matron of the slale, are .'In- Balesvilie today for the annual .homecoming 6! the Mas:nic Hcme. The Osceola Chap' ler sent a collection of.. gifts for , the children In the home. ,: . I Mrs. Loulsfc Th&rripsoh of' For i Smith, wcrthy grand ; matrch ;'o I Arkansas, will rctiirri with tii parly'tonight lo be the guest .0 wrs. w. 11. JJUU.IMV m IM^UIV Mrs. Bogan and make her ofncla will leave Tuesday for.blltle Rock visit to Ihc Monetlc chapter Frl ior nniKliii; loys. A prize will | (p attend an executive meeting of day night. . '•'•.• '•" rivon for the best toy. Those j the Arkansas Parents and Teachers , Dick Prcwltl has returned froii Interested' in rug makine will take of .which she is sixth vice president, a two weeks stay at Camp Mitche' oolen scrap's. ' Olhcrs who will be present arc Mrs. on Mount Petit Jean. The cami •llic charge for the camp is lo. Hazel Dabney of FayeUevlllc, past under the direction'of the Arkaiisa c nominal. Wh woman will pur-. president of the stale congress, and Episcopal Diocese, had the RcV. R Aflends Honril ....„ Mrs. W. B. Uurkelt of liasselt M ,» GuH. const-•• and 1 .'arc now re- ding iu Ihclr new home on Holl\ reel Mis ivy W Claw ford nnd daiiBh- cr, Miss Eugenia, returned ycstcr- ay fiom Oicnada, Miss, nnd vicmphh, whoie they visited icla- Ivcs for ten days. At The Hospftali lilvlhcvlllc Hnspllal L M HOS.S City, admitted Ciindj Got! city, dhmissed Al\in Uicllen, Biagg City, dls- Mrs Jesse Seaman, city, admitted, a New Testament by, hoi Icacnoi U!c 4, ne ,, mnts i,, (hnl sect after the class had sung Happy j, cro j C g 0 | llg | 0 Qiangc, Calif, tor Birthday" to her A vlsll vutl , M ri) Leech's fathn, W.ilis Hospltil Mis S P Lee Ji , Gicenwccxl, \llss, admilted Mis C C Green, city, admitted \V S 'Pclo 1 Dames, Arrt i el, id mil led. DoiolKy rundciburlt, Coolei, dis- .nlsscd 'isitor Wednesday.. Mrs. Sally -Wltham, Mrs. :Tc'tl Rnricilck and Miss Bernice Wltham nolorcd to Memphis Wednesday. Mis. Don Hnrgiovos was honorcc with a sliower Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Bob Eblcn. After the 'entertainment o f the eve ning lovely refreshments were se'r \cd lo the 14 guests. Mis. Howard Maycs Is leavin rnday lor Grady, Ark., where oh will make a short visit, with. he family. London's MS hospitals hnvo dally expenditure of $58,300; pioximatcly 6nc-half of this amount Is nellcd from patients' pajmcnts and Investments. TOO I.ATi; TO CI.ASSIKV WANTKD Wanted—Salesman wllli car. A-l reference. Salary 1 , bonus and ex- , y" to her A vlsll vutl , M ri) Leech's fathn, the group had plaVcd gnmcs | n Hilll . 11lcJ , ft m n \^ 0 v | S u UK feral, liouis, the picnic lunch ^ t !n Snn lla n C isLO dmlng U»t ;r\ed'Mrs. Russell Barhain ^ 0 mol ,ths -they aio av\iy After for seye assisted Mrs Lowe In wiving -f * ' * Bcccmc' Members *f Circle i Isscd. , pcnscs paid on small quota. PliohE Chiirllnc Bakrr, rity, ilismlwcd ' , H(u Ua ^\ Noble, SatiirUaj »«!„„ 1 rtlHrt ^^'nnflv Tulpr. (lis- . ~ ..'^. ,_ in „ .,. 11nl--n sell fast! Mlss little 'ulsscd Tyler, dis- Isacrt i i. Audrey Mac Vied, Slccle admll- ltV>IDIIlSlj VJJ.VJC I •Miss Edith Tillman, Miss Glcnoia ,Wlse and Miss IJons Wjnn bccimc membejs of the Business Women's Circle of the First Melhcdisl clulrch at a wiener roast at Walkci Paik Tuesday night The 14 members met at the _ . church before g:ins lo Ihe p-uk If where they roasled wieners and marshmallowb Mrs E B Williams, sponsor 6f the group, led the do- vollonal period The group voted lo have a wlcnei roast at the park again In August * * • Are Gtrcsts of Chi^> MrS F B Joyner and Mis C R Wroten were guests of Mrs C r Tucker jesteiday afternoon when iU muitiiiti -n'«-.j •«•* ---- -f Mi .and, Mi's J Cecil, t QWC ion, Jimiiile, • spent Monday in Memphis llaiiy W Ilanies and son, llai- Ji iclt \esleidny fm Hlcnd, Neb they will Join Halncs, who H vltilliiB her molhir - ing A F Gallup Before iclurn- hcme, I hey mil visit Mi llLU m,iiii-i i tf-^-j • Haincs' mollici, Mrs. Minnie Halncs, In Oinml Island, Neh Mi and Mrs Cuids Mr and Mis John Waldcn and Mis Luthei \Vililnm5 and dn»"n ter Judy, Fncnl Sunday in Mcln- ohl's with Mrs Mnrle Morgan, foi- merlv of Ihlb tils M" Moignn \vho lias been pmplojcd by L H Crump Iu Memphis, 1ms nccepletl n position in Chatlanooga ttilli the 'IV A Mrs Bcrnnid Gcocli, Mrs Ben Harpole Jr, nnd Chailes "' ' JuanlU Brvllaid, Manila, dlbinlss- cd < ' "' * Memphis llaptlsi lloM>».»l S.C. Brandon Sr,, Wilson, admil- Icd Mrs T D Wilkins, Luxcr.i, ad milted Memphis Mrlhcdist Mrs W T Sandeis, Hayli, admit led Memphis St. Joseph's llospilal Dorothy Phillips, Dyess, admitted Baffin Land Is Ihc fourth largcs' Island hi Hie world, with nn area of 330,000 stiuare miles. ^ , nd.Sunday, lo 12 a.m. "HERE'S GOOD'TIME INSU'RAMCE F0|i ' THIS SUMMER'S , nrne . I Tucker jnteiday afternoon win W t • , hls jcstcr()! , y i die entertained memters of the ger J ^ chns T6»n arid Counlry club \\ilh a party at her country home Bridge was played in f6oms Jcc- orated with bouquets of mixed flowers from thes hostess' own «nr den 1 Refresliments ^ere sened nfiei the games in which Mrs Our Annual lo be with Mi , 111 who underwent an operation at 'Campbell's, cli.nlc recently. Mr nnd Mrs Russell Baihum and daughter, Wanda Leah, hn\c relurncd fiom a month's Ubil in the West Thcv were aceompanlea A-AH!_BESTTEAI ( EVER DRANK! UPTON'S, I'LL BET . I'D KNOW THAT SMOOTH, RICH FLAVOR AN VWHERE! NOTHING MORE REFRESHING WHEN IT'S HOT! RIGHT, UNCtE JOE ! UPTON'S is GRAND.TEA 1 . AND SO THRIFTVIOVER 200 COOL GLASSFULS TO A POUND 1 EWS nfcylipton's is Artitnca's moil popular tea. WoTld-r«M»»i rlover— Sinoolb, full, rich, delicious » ciouS, fUTcjrful buds— gi>e cxlta fragtinc* and bouquet J. OUHncllve »!•«<-« ut choice ^ Mas from Lijxons owa Ceylon 4. h«n»»lt«<-iou use less Upton's pcc.gliss-it's so rich in RIFRfSHES" For Men & Women Florsheim Shoes FOR MEN Krown and While While Htick with Brown Trim 2-Tone Broivn Calf Perforated KOKMEm.Y PRICED AT SS.75 NoW li uaii&iibv, »•»•"• ••• ••- -.— .---- nd Mr. Prewitl, left this .week for iiffalo, N. V., for an extended visit 'Ith a son, Edgar Johnson and Elephants Hunted on filler SALEM, Ore. (UP)—If It were nly a question of "pink elcphahU" he ciiamlMf of Commerce would idl be BO nonplussed. But when a voinan elephant hunter at Mt.'Pu- aski, 111., \vrote Hie chamber that he was making a collection of cle- iliants from every capital In the Jnltcd States and asked the chamber to send her one from Oregon nounlcd <m a glebe, It was stumped. Read Courier News wain. »»•'> WHY PAY MORE? t Summer CloUies, C'obl, & Fresh at Less Cost lo Yourself. Dresses Cleaned tine Suits Clcnncd .. ...05c PHONE 102 PEERLESS CLEANERS Chcri-y &. Franklin Tired, hiiniiiig fi-cl •/" \' jiKt naturally fcick-Vy, tbc joy right out of./»,, \yj life. And ecratcliy,'/" M ilcby biiK hilcs do, too. Bui I just dust stich If01 ihlcs with C(X)d old Mexican Heal Pouxlcr. MEXICANHPOWDER Be Here EARLY! Big Reductions! For Daytime . . "Dress-up" . Travel! Fashion-hit Styles & Fabrics "\oiir big chante lo wue on those "extra" dicsscs vou need ID finish Summer! Wide choice of fashion hit shies . . \ouib .it sensational lovt prices! All reduced, fiom hu^hci-piiccd stock . . . manj fresh from then \\rappingb! All new, \inini!, 11 •" . for e\cu Stimmct occasion' Hum—they'll Sizes 12 to 20,38 to 44, 46 to 52 PLENTY Junior Sizes, 11 to 17, , " Rayon Sheers! Washable Crepes! Nets! Laces! Marquisettes! Whites! Prints! Pastels! Bate You Wouldn't Bream Possible These are dresses usually priced at SI. OS. Our regular price $3.9R. The variety is unusually' large with Gra- hcr's policy of complete stocks. ' Stunning Frocks " For Travel, Town, * For Vacation Marvelous Buys Of Better Dresses All pur better Summer dresses . . . . drastically: rcduccil for quick cleni-atice. All delightfully new styles. -'* Our Regular $9.95 C • Actually Worth 12.75 p ' Clearance Price Sensational Purchase Sale! Only iiu exceptional special purchase enables us «» give you n share in these great bargains. Hundreds of brand new slyles . . . all brought to you at one of the most llirillirtg prices in our history. -••'•ONLY Rice-O'Neills FOR WOMEN I'OIlMliltl.Y I'KICKI) AT S8.75 Now $@ 85 In Blue, Japonica, Wild Cherry, Pateul, While Lovely Cool Frocks At Reduced Prices All our better Summer dresses rcpriccd for quick clearance. All new, crisp, smooth .fitting , . . cxpcrl- ly tailored. '• Our-Regular $12.75 • Actually Worth $15 • ; .RcHiarkable Savings irresistible Dress Values At $4.73 Smart street dresses . . > just the right frocks for, your town or. vacation life, in the coolest of • fabrics. A great big selection. • Our Regular $6.98 C Values to $8.95 ' * Clearance Price , 4.22 Theyll Sell On Sight Compare the Savings Su'Ch excellent materials! Such fine styling! We expect, these ftx- perUy made dresses .to be a sell-mi!, on sisht. Such conl, casy-to-keei>- clea'n frocks.' . Our Regular $2,98 • Many $3.&8 Values Low Budget Price 1 93 ABER'S _' - :.' ' •- -^-—— -'• •" " - ; •i^y ^t f»i y-\ T^ T?- O • ' .^^B^^^ . BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS

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