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/PAGE, TWO BLYTHEVfLLE, (AKK.) COURIER NEWS •; •', COURIER -.NEWS COSOTJMENTAKr TICKET iU Admit ; Willie Griii &' Companion •> SUete ' . ( - - -to the- WTZ < THEATER — <o see — "THE SUN NEVER SCTS" Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mis. O. W. McCutclien eiiter tiining Thursday Contract club. Mrs. A. M VanWinklc, Mrs Daisy Marler and Mrs. Goorg. • Shanks 'h»vlng silver tea, at Van Wlna« home, 2:30 o'clock. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Bachelors' club having In for inn dance, 'at American Legion Hut 9:30 o'clock. Ont of Town Gu«t BoMRd With P»rly • The first in a series of Informs parties being planned for Miss Mary Elizabeth Pace of Paris, Ark houseguest cf Dr. and Mrs L. L Hubener, was given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Eoscoe' Crafton at her, home. Members of Mrs. Oration'-; club *ere Invited to her home to meet Miss Pace at an Informal bridge party. Bouquets of" summer (lowers were arranged about the hostess home. High score prlae in the games wect to Mrs, Hubener, while Mrs Richard Dickinson received seccnrt high- score ,prize. The guest ot honor was presented a deck of cards. < Refreshments were sened at the conclusion of the bridge games. i * * i * Club Has Guest When Mrs A. G. Hall entertained members, ot [he Tuesday Contract club with a party at her home yesterday afternoon, she line! also as her guest, Mrs. Eugene Diciinson. t For decorations in the entertaining rooms she hnd arranged bouquets of summer flowers. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games in which Mrs." Dickinson «as high scorn and Mrs W. W, Shaver, second high ' Honors Hotida Visitor . Mrs John Cocke ql Jackspnvllle, Fla, who Is visiting her parents, Mr. srjd Mrs. Marvin Nunn, wns complimented' tfith ,a dinner parly given, last night by Mrs.* C C. Langston atrher home Mrs. Cooke formerly Iryfdrhe-re.-^ r %~ ThVlnnn of'trie Langston's Ckjim- try home "was illuminated by bright lights. Here, Hue 13 guests wero served ( a dinner • menu planned around, fish and followed with a sherbert course. .Summer flowers formed a colorful background in the home for the bridge games which followed dinner. High score prize, double deck'of cards, were presented Mrs. Harold Nunn The guest of honor was given bath ponder. Former local Man Is Weil In Florida ' Of interest here Is the announcement of the marriage of Miss Marie Jeanetlc. Sn>der of Palatka, Fla, to Albert Holmes Slier, formerly of here arid nsw of Washington, N. C.' ' ' Ths ceremony which \ius performed the fourth oi July nt Palatka ^as announced by he\ parents, Mr. and Mrs Stephen Dennis Snyder of that city Mr. Stier Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A.jH Stier who lived here a number of years ago Mr. Stier was an executi\e of the Chicago Mill and Lumber Company. * • + S?n Is Born A son was born to Mr. and Mrs Leomtias Baker Monday morning at the family home, 216 West Davis avenue. The baby, who weighed set en' and one hall pounds, has been named Larn Joe, * • * Cctlllleh; Club To Meet Thursday Members of the Cotillion club Till meet tomorrow night at 7 30 o'clock at the American Legion Hut, officers of the group said today .^. . At the meeting, plans will be made for another event of the summer social.season. * • » Hfs Swimming Tarty Allen Rice'had a swimming parly followed by a watermelon supper for 15 of his friends last night on the occasion of his 15th birthday.. .'The party swam in the Walker Parfc pool before going to the Rice npme for the watermelon supper Mrs.-B A. Rice, mother of tlie host, was assisted In serving bv Mrs-,G. R Carter. Monday afternoon when circle meetings preceded (lie general session nt the church. | The subject cf the program was ; "Choosing Our Missionaries." Mrs. ;PlUahunty vas assisted lit the presentation by Mrs. Roy Walton, Mrs. Ray VVorthlnglon, Mrs. n. C. Allen and Mrs. noss Stevens who made talks. Mrs. Margaret Gray Crowder ves in charge cf the devotional oh "Christian Rosiwnslblllty" which was followed by a solo, "Seal Us, 0 Holy Spirit," by Mrs. James A. Ovcrholscr. Refreshments were served by members of circle Pour during the social hour which fallowed. Carutliersville Society — Personal Bits of New* Mostly Personal* Past Matrons Club Meets For Ficnic Supper Mr. and Mrs. A. o. Hall are expected to leave the latter part of the week for Wlllard, Ohio where they will visit Mrs. Hall's brother, Morel O. Franklin, and family. They plan to be away IQ days. Mrs. Toby Long and daughter, Sandra, returned Sunday from Murray, Ky., where they spent two weeks with relatives. Mrs. Leltle Cook sad daughter, Miss Caroline, of Duncan, Miss., will arrive today to spend two weeks here'with Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Simmons. •.Katherlne and Richard Martin, j children of Mr, and MIS. Sterling Martin, anil their cousin, Joe LIL- zei:eluer, son of Mr, and Mrs. Joe Lllzelfelner, underwent louslilectom- Ics at the Memphis Bapllst hospital yesterday. -Their mothers, Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Litzelfeliicr, will return home with them this atlcr- —.. - u . . .*...*. vrui-j.-i 11,111111 Hume wiui uiuin iius alter- There were thirteen members of noon. Dr. S. P. Martin, their graud- the Past Matrons Club present father, motored them to Memphis Monday evening when the group met at the Masonic Hall for a picnic, supper. A variety of sandwiches, salnds ami relishes with Iced lea nnd iced watermelon was served fioin one long ttiblc centered «-llh a basket of summer flowers. Mrs. G. G. Shcpard presided during the business session after which Mrs. Henry A. Boon'c directed the evening's entertainment. A game in .which contestants had to identify trees nntivc to Peinlscol Comity, proved Interesting and Mrs. Mona Helm was awarded n prize in Oils contest. • Birthday gifts went to Mis. yesterday morning. Miss Mabel Hogan, Miss Jessie Si'ltc, Miss Era Wright and Mrs. Eunice Young left yesterday afternoon for Colorado Springs, Colo., wlicre they will spend two weeks. Mrs, Herbert Ferryman, of Little Rock, is spending this week with her .sister, Mrs. W. M. Crowe. Mis. Crowe, \vivo hnd n hemorrhage a week ago, is seriously 111 at her home. Miss Gloria Martin Is spending this week in Ridglcy, Term., with Miss Ann Ragan. .'•"•, • Mr. and Mrs. ,W. T. Burnett nnd daughter, ~'" " " yesterday. Dllly -Mttrlc, ...returned Afternoon from Hot Springs where they hnd spent two Crowe of Pqrtagevll.lc, ' Mo., spent the : weekend here his nn rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Crowe. .Mrs. Lou Eckels was In ken .to the Memphis BaptlsOio&nttal.Mon- Boane, Mrs. J. W. Davis and Mrs. Anuimliv Sheiwrd., - - • »'+'*. Jvlr. and Mrs. Albert Walkei' and daughter, Jean Ann, left Tuesday morning for a two weeks vacation. They .will visit al points In Illinois with '.relatives of Mr. Walker. '; Mrs. H. G. Thomns niul her (la y nl 8h' njlcr her condition be- notlier, Mrs. Tnle McCiic spent. clune worse. Her sister,, Mrs. H. R. Monday in Memphis. ] Brandon, Is with. her. ,- ,'• Mr. nnd Mrs. :P. S. Petty nnd Mr.,nnd Mrs. C.. A. Cuiiiilnt'haiii laushler, Miss Dorothy Enrle. and ! wcnl to Trenton, Train., today for Mrs. Ednn Cownn .'lire leaving ' Mvs: Cunningham's mother, Mrs. J. nuirainy for 1 points 'in •Tennessee '• Crensliaw, who will return' with •••'••-• them tonight to spend several weeks here. : • Mr. and Mrs. b\le Boyd and Mr. jiiii-i i Boyd's mother, Mrs. 'James .S. Mrs, iBoyd oi Carml, 111., ciime yestcr-. - •' day to spend two, days with Mr. timl Mrs. P. C.'liothrock ami tarii- lly.j.Mvs. nothrock (s a .dijughtc'r ol' Mr. and Mrs. ; l.ylc BoyrtA'"""'' uignuooi. • mane:, a lylp Into ada and si\\\'i the quintuplet cyilarijler.' ^ ^ l.'v <:;-Y •. '"Joe'" CarmoiiMell Friday" ihoi Tennessee [or. a week's, vocation. . Mrs. Margaret Lighlfoot lins re- oitncd from Po'nliac, Mich., where she had visited with hei\ brother for two weeks. While away ulghlfoot • made . a. Ivlp Into Can-1 "•-' '— J the tuilii' • • • .. V ; -'. Fridayihoriiing trom , Memphis lor Washington, D. o., where he wlM ,speiid;';tiie- next six weeks. From :thtro (ie'iwill !<>'• to-West Point to cuter:thc Mill-, lary .Academy. He'was acconip'an- ied to.''Memphis hj; ills' parents, taptnln and Mrs. .1.' M. Cannon. Mrs. E. H. Musgrave, lelt Sunday morning [rom Memphis tor Dallas, Texas, where she will vltlt .vitli her daughter, Mrs! Charles SIbbetl and Mr. Sltjbett for several weeks. Her son, Elzle Mus- irave. drove'her to' Mcinphlii. Raymond Gallahcr of Chicago, 111.. Is visiting with his parents and friends at Braggadocio, Mo. Raymond hns been employed ns cookkceper for a manufacturing concern In Chicago for the past hrce yours. Mrs. L. D. Edgcrlon and daugli'- ;r, Miss Rcnnle, left Tuesday: .lornlng for St. Louis where they '.ill visit with relatives and friends or several days, Miss Rennlc is on vacation from her duties at Ihe Arkansas-Missouri Power Company Office. Mrs. Leon Scott spent the week end In Blytheville with her sis- er, Mrs. Jerry Henrn ami family. Mr. Scott drove down for her Sunday afternoon. Rev. W. L. Meyer left Tuesday nornlng for St. Louis, where he .vill join Mrs. Meyer who Is :ienl In Barnes hospital. a pa- A,t Fish Fry Mr.'and Mrs. E. R Jackson and daughter, Mary Lynn, entertained ?0 of the friends with a fish fry at their home on' West Main street last hlght. The ^flsh supper was served on thejjackwn layn to the so»en couples" who were Mr. and Mrs. Jackson'., guests and to the six friends of Miss 'Jackson. \ ' ' * * » Mrs. Dow Edgerton lelurned Wetlnes- !ay from St. Louts, Mo,, where he i nad spent the past ten days visiting with lils uncle, Paul L. Hale, and family. | W. V. Robinson Jr., and Gene Rflchie left Saturday for a three weeks vacation trip lo points ol nterest In Canada and Yellowstone National Park. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mchrle, Miss Christine Edmonds and the Rev. Wayne W. Gray spent Monday afternoon and evening iu Memphis where they attended the mit- .jtipnl opera. : ' Mrs. II. V. Lltzelfelner and Miss tfarjorie Ashcraft sjwnt the week •nd in St. Louis where they visit- it with Miss Virginia Nell Litz'et- .elner and attended parformanccs *l the Municipal Opera. Miss Helen Clark, left Saturday or Washington, D. c,. where she *111 visit with her brother nnd family .for several weeks. While away she plans to visit Kew York My. , Mrs. B. O. Bennett and daughter, Miss Mary Jane, who have :pent the past two weeks here with their daughter and slsler, Mrs Harold 5. Jones, left early this week for their home In Little ROCK Ark. Little Miss Suzanne Calu, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Floyd Cain, left Saturday for HI, Louis where she will visit with friends for several days. , was will Mrs. \V. My'.'Mc.Rab. • formerly of here' and now o[ be Kalg, Miss., will arrive ,. Saturdny for n visit with her cousin, Mrs. D. C. McLean, and family. She is the wife of the late Dr. McRnc, well known BlylhevIIle physician. Miss Vcrnn Scott o{ Coldwatcr, Miss., and J. M. Brickell, of Sena- tobin, come last night to be the guests of Mr. niid Mrs. E. V. Treadway and Miss.Scott's mother, Mrs. Molllc Scott. Mr. Brickell returned home following dinner, but. Miss Scotl remained for a longer visit. •• Mrs. Carl Davis Is III at" her home, 818 West Chlckasnwba.ave- mie. O. E. Crigger Sr., nnd Charles Crigger Jr., are spending today In Memphis with Charles digger 111, who is ill In Campbell's clinic. They also went down to be with him yesterday when his shoulder placed In a cast, which he wear for eight weeks. Ills mother, Mrs. Charles Crigger Jr., lias remained with him. i Jifrs. j. William Armstrong re- j CAfH) OF THANKS I We acknowledge with grateful' and heartfelt thanks, dear friends, the many kindnesses and courtesies extended (luring the death and bereavement of our beloved husband,! father and brother, A. A. Jernlgan'! who passed frcni this world, July 13. Your beautiful floral offerings nnd sympathetic "understanding will always be treasured in our hearts , Signed. ' I Mrs. Sallle Jcrnigan, wife. I O. C., N. o., A. O., W. G., ; J. B. r Ira nnd P. H Jer- nlgan. sons Mrs. Lonzo Howlon, daughter Albert and James Jernigan, brothers, Mrs. Andrew Flowers, Airs. Robert. Flowers and Mrs. John Granlham. sisters. Evangelist And Singer turned Monday from Nashville Term., ivhere she sp«i]l four weeks houn ' WrS ' B " rt °" Ca| Freeman 'RoDlnson, Ilaimon Rob.« will leave tomorrow mornlnc for Knoxvlllc, Tcnn,, where the\cd- dl»g of Allss Vjrglnla- Simp^so to freeman Robinson will he- sol- cmjitecd Saturday. The otliers will be members of the wedding party ,.?*«• ,°™ n A "f=' of Oklahoma Jlty and Mrs. Charles Stlnson .laughter Charllno. of . Okla., retiirjied home yesterday after having spent a week with Mr, and Mrs. n. L, oaines. Mrs Ange 's son. Paul, who accompanied them here, remained for a longer visit. Miss Alice wyllc Utz has re- tumcd lo her home In Nashville, renn, afler spending a few weeks here with her aunt, Mrs. Phillips, and fmnliy. Miiurl:c, arc expected to return tonight W1113ill Horn Marlon. Ind., where they motored Mrs. Relchel, who will spend tin ranulnder of the summer in tlie North. Mrs. nclehel Joined her daiiRhlcr, Mary, at Marion Tliey will visit there before going (o Rnclnu and other points In Wisconsin before returning here iho flrst of September. ' Mr. and .Mrs. E. B. Snyder and son Enrl B., nnd dauglitcrs. Miss Maybcllc mid Betty, have retur'i- ed from Heber Springs where they vacationed for a week, T!oscoe'~crafton Is attending to business in the southern part of the state this week. While 1 away lie is nlso attending the 'American Legion convention In Helena Mr, and Mrs. E. B .Snyder and Earl, returned last night from WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1939 Sun Parlor Can Be Made From Porch Will) comparatively little remodeling and expense, seldom-used side and rear porches may lie converted Into sun parlors with fimris oblHinable from lending Institutions qualified under the Federal Housing Administration's Modernization Credit Plan. A glnssed-lji smi room is often the most popular room In a home ana can be used for flowers and oiten for n Bummer sleeping porch, The best honey-producing are* of England arc the Cotswolds nnd the Wiltshire dairy district New Under-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration A new gasket and Joint sealing compound f:r permanent repairs lo cracked Weeks and split cylinders is now being placed 611' the market. U. A. Dlxon nenion fli. Ncal r-i,S (a '| BC S! £t , H 'r A ;, D ^ on ', ln ' nlsle '' ? f lllc ^ tional Avenue .Church of Or, ,» ? M? ld ' (Mo r,'f con ,<"":l'ng services at the local Church of Christ each night at eisht o clock. Dcntoii M. Noal pnstor of (lie local church, will lead the congrega- • ' . tional singing for the series of meetings. Kcoknk, Ta., where they were rail sd Saturday because of the" S eri JUS Illness of Mr. Snyder's sister. Mrs., Noble McCullar, who accompanied them there, remained with her sister. Miss Mary Outlaw, of Rector, will spend tomorrow here as the . . of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Chamblin and family nnd other friends Joe Dildy hns returned from Nnshvlllc, Ark.','-whore he visited his mother. ' ' Nazarenes To Hold Service On Church Lawn Evangelistic services of the First Mazarene church which hayc been >cid in the Church.building at the corner of Sycamore, and First streets will be .conducted on the lawn of : ' the. church 'tonight, llic Rev. Eupha b. I&isicyVaniibuncai today. . . . The Rev. Mrs. Beaslcy, who Is conducting • the services,'will have as her subject tonight, "The Crisis of Life." Special music is furnished by Mr. nnd Mrs. Fioyd Hawkins of Mcdford.'Ore. Everyone Is invited to atteni these services which begin each nighl nt 7:45 o'clock, the pastor snld. ,. At The Hospitals IValls licspitiil Mrs. C. C. Circcn, city, dismissed. Olllc Gunter, Ilayli, dismissed. Mrs. O. D. Koger:;, Scarcy, clls- mis'sccl. Blytlicvilli; Hospital Mary 'Evelyn Pills,-- Hayti, dismissed. Mrs. A. A. Alien, city, dismissed; Martha Clark, city, dismissed. J. H. Edwards, Holland, dismissed.' Jolly Sparks, city, admitted. : tUcmpliis St. Joseph's HoL'iM(al Mrs.''S, A. Shields, Mnnila, admitted. Mrs. G. A." Swift, Osceola, admitted., lUciiiiiliis Baptist ifcts-pilal ' Mrs: IMI Eckels, city, admitted. Mrs. j. I,, i.eloii, BraggiKloclo, ariinlUcd. E. B, Blntkenship, Canillicr.sville, arimltlcd.' C>. A. UcLnnccy, Wils'n :idiuit- led. Joe Lltzclfclncr, city, admitted. , Richard O. Mnrtln, city, admitted.' Kathcrine Martin, city, admitted! J. B. Westmoreland, city, admit- WAKE UP YGUR LIVER BILE- Wilhoul Cilomtl—And You'll Jump Od of BcJ in n T !j c! i!!, vc 5 "}">' M Pour out two roiinte of lltiull bill! Into your bowls daily. If this bile .•lt.IlliL'd««rB !r> th'a bowHa. oShluils'up your stcinncli. Yoa". Ret constipated y 0 nr i«-bolc»)-jVpl. i? ooifincd nnrt JotfrtcI'mur, aunk and (he world loolia punk. " ' . •lA ratrc l«wcl movement doran't cot lit LitUal? P*lI " l ° !C f 0 "" 1 ' ° !J c " rll!r ' 3 ot bile I)owi;jt; fro'd?''™ml 'm.kTyo °"f Ml . up.nncl up." Harmless, ccnilo, yil .tntt- Ing In makine bile flow froeiy Ask for Carter's Little Liver Pills 1>>• n am J Jc cents. Stubbornly refuse anything clac. tetl. Willie Imller, city, admitted. WHY PAY MORE? Keep Summer Clothes, Cool, & Kresh at Less Cost to Yourself. Dresses Cleaned og c Sw'fs Cleaned .6r )c PHONE 162 PEERLESS CLEANERS Cherry & Franklin t* Does not tot dresses 1 —'does not iiikate skin. 3. No waiting to diy.Can beuscd [iglit aftet shjvlng. 3. Instantly slops pctspiraiion for' 1 to J dayi. Removes odor from perspfcution. 4. A puiewhiK.gteiseless, stiin- less vanishing cteam. 5. Atrid has been awarded the Approval Seal oftheArncticin Institute of Laundering, for being harmless to fabrics. IS MILUON far. ol Artid have been sold. Try a (at today! JtRRID 39|!.l. . Al •Utl (*lm Coolest Spot in Town Watch Society Pa$e "f Couner Newj For Free Show Gucitl _ -'Mrs. G, W. Dlllahunty was leader f pf the program /presented at the meeting of the Roman's Auxiliary j of- lh« First Presbyterian church ""' A species of fish, known in Maine as the dollarflsh, is called the butterfish in Massachusetts and the pumpkin' seed In Connecticut TAKE FOR MALARIA Get Relief From Chills and Fever! Uon'tpul np wilh terrible Ifalarla. ''' * the "" and SALE of MANHATTAN SHiRlS & PAJAMAS S2.00 '&"$2.50 NOW PAJAMAS S2.00 NOW $1.65 Don't forget our i/, pr i ce sale now hi effect OH other items. A grand clinnce for you to save. HUDSON CLEANER-aOTHlEK. TAILOR PHONE 53 Weds. - Thisrs. VJSGINIA FIELD • IIOHEIATWI'.I BJBBABA Olltll. If 'aramotmt News & Selcclctl Sliorls Ai!i»i:-sloii JIatiiicc IDc * 26u Nijlit 16c & 36c :t - ^ s s s ^ ^ FRIDAY, JULY : 75 GOOD REASONS-;". , You Should Alien jrl ftlalinec or Admission aliraf* JOo g,, 2Sc . .'.Mallncrj Fri.-Sal.-Snn. 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