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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 30, 1938
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1038 BLYTHEVILLK (AUK.) COUKIKU Society Osceola Personal Calvary Oulld Meets ! In 'Memphis wltli her son. Hale | Jnckson, who Is r. pat lent i\l (lie; '. Willis Cmnirtjoll Clinic. | 1 Among lljoso from Oscooln wlioj wore in Memphis Tiics-Jny to sec j ; Helen Hayes in "Vielorlii Regiiui" | st Ihe Kills Auditorium were Mrs* | IW. E. Huul, Mrs. J. II. Lovowell!' Mrs. Hony Driver, Mrs. W. \V. 1'rcwlU. Mrs. S. I,. Ciliidisli. Mrs! Holland Mrs. W. E. limit was hostess to H. J. Hale n>id dniighte;-, ixitnse the business and program meeting Hale, Mrs. Churlcs lowrancc, Mrs. of the Calvary Episcopal Guild in' llnlc Jackson. Mrs. Hugh Grain, her home on Monday afternoon. Mrs. O. W. Knight., Mi's. Tonimle "The Eternal messed ness" bused Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Ii. c. Bryan, on Jievelalion 21, was Ihe subject Mr. nnd Mrs. K. s. Driver, Mavla ol the lesson led Viy Mrs. Harry Miller, Mrs. J. I,. Driver reviewed nn urlide written by Archdeacon V. W. Neve on "The Reserve Force of Christianity." During the business session conducted by Mrs. .1. H. Lowvwll, president, plans were made for the panlry sale to be hud :.'. the light otlicc on Satimiay ifternoon. ^ ' * * (inI.-try Hears I'.. IJ. limns The 193b cotton program was explained by county ngciil, E. II. Burns, at the weekly Rotary meeting yesterday. Dr. C. M. Harwell Uiiver. Mi Wanks. Mr .nnd Mrs. W, D. Kelly have us their Biiesls. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. E MtCliiry of Cairo, 111. They will ii'liirn lo their home Thursday. Mr.;. Mildred .Stanley of Memphis Wiis the weekend guest of Mr. mill Mrs. Alvls Taylor. livin liiitler of Memphis spenl Knuirdiiy nnd Sunday with his piir- uits. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Hntler, !>. M. Moore was n business vis- Kw In Memphis Tucsilay. I Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Emerson had their guests the past, few tlnys, Mrs. Miimle Sowell iintl daimli- ter, Mary Louise, spent Use week end in Memphis, visiting lelailvt's, Miss Vli'iilnln Gates, was taken lo the Uaiutst hospital nt. Memphis, last week, where she underwent mi uperiilion for apix'iulidlls Mr .nnd Mrs. R. L. Morris, of Crirutheisville, were the tlinner Bucsts of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. !. Myies, t'rlduy evening. lliixi'l Cnliuon, who Is leni'hlDB In Warden high sshool wus home over (lie (vcet: f-nd visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jitn Cohoon. . . , Mr. and Mrs. J. P, Knight, ol"! blouses. :IH angle to relieve their sevi'ilty. One can't B o wroiijj In buying 'u suit Ihls s])ilng Ami luldliiii sevi-rnl blcuses. Suits ma,- be luul In t >vny. navy, rust, given, or In fuel nil colors, nml nlso In stripes, pl-iids, cr plnln nmterlnls lo suit everyone's fancy. lllouses lor sulis ninge- nil the way Irum tnllored shirts «! silk or eclton (o the most buriiille:! nntl tucked nllairs of hnllste, orxmiilli', or chiffon. Gundy stripe:;, Koiunii stripes, print silks, nml plnin mn . Icrlnl arc all- seen nnule up into W»iises--;iiid they nil have short sleeves. They limy he worn tueketl hi nt the b'MI. held down on lop <.l ihe skirt Ijy elastic which forms n ro'.v of •ihirrlu^, lii>l|i-il, or> lino n liinle blouse to be worn with sepavale skirls. Miss Murslmll SH^- Ki'sls. Itticlilng. jnliots. luce, lucks, htitlims. hows nnd puckels trim the PAGE THREE 11,000,000 mobilized Portagevlllo, and Mr. and Mrs. II. I.. 1'ant. of Wood Uiver, III., were Hie uw-:;L", ol Mr. luul Mrs. j. 1'isher last Frl.lay idishl. R« A .«!; r n r;,, r | ± r .^a^ir^r^ „**?,' -* •*, V*"" 1 ^"- or ~ r:;.; 1 ;;,;: 11 ': Au ;; i!i " ;T"" W ; !y •**" ™ •'--<'-"-!«<' te^Tis,:,;; ir - d,,,, le .,,*„* *,,. ,„<>, M, <• clmlvmuH, h. K v,ill u, „, „„. ,„,,,„..„ Mrs . ! d Appeared from l,s m ,v nomeUmm V.Otm.oOC or U.ftn tain* ™,! c s ,•„,";>";,•„,- ;„,,^-m' 1 ,."^ 1 "" 1 AIH " " ia ™<™, wns ,";r v " rol ° <lays '^i-^ «'>->» mow.^ «^ "" "•""" '"" ' J " ll »« ™ (slll <' »'• !"•«•>•» home. -MO, with 0,000,000 casualties Coats lire loo.-.c milnjf and casual ! looking this .spring, mul da not j,. j tiilluii. .SoJiietiines (licy are collur- I j ' L 'S.s or else the revers stand up nil- j i uiecseJ. The sport type coals nro ' presicltnt, loid of his visit to lire Hl - Emerson's brulljer and nepliew, Hospital lor Crippled Adults In ' ! '- C ' Em|i r.-,oii and Woodrow j Nichols of Miiydeld. Kentucky. i The Kcv. and Mrs. H. C. Moore- I head, accompanied by Iheir .sun, I Charles Moorcbeucl and wife of i I'ainCTiil'J, drove to alnevcport. l.oiilsiuna. KTuiuluy lo be the guest i Memphis. II was Announced that the April 12 meeting would IJB held at Ihe high .school building in Luxora will) ench Oscealn n:embvr Inviting n mini from Luxorn us his guest. At this meeting, T. 15. Wilkins, sii|»rintendent of the Liixoru schools, will speak on Education m International Relations. E. L. Tal- liufcrru wns the guest of NaU'.an Welnberg ill Tuesday's inci-ling. Supreme) Uejiuty of Ituinbow Here Mrs. Mattle C. Piittlson of Lit- ncinonstration ^cv/s Notes of their son, Dr. s. U. aml finnily. for i] 1L . i, t . x t week J. E. Counts is quite ill ,,t ),| s l-ome. Mrs. O. }!. Segraww, president of thi; Womans Missionary Society of (lis cliurch. nn<l Mrs. Claude Tbomason. left Tuesday lo iitlend the minimi : The North Mississippi county Moorehead ], cmc (leiiioiisliation club meinbers . - _. —,, i-niinvi niu uiutMiii IIlL'dUlK Of l!l(* tie Rock supreme deputy of Order missionary societies of the North of Rainbow Girls State ot Arkan- Arkansas Conference in Helena sns, was the special speaker and this week, guest of the Osceola chapter Monday night. Mrs. Pattison conducted a school of instruction in the adcrnoon nnd viewed the Initiatory work at the night meeting Y»hcn Lois Jean Grcer of Wilson taken into the order. A feature \ of the meeting wns the address by Unlhorn's I. Hnrwarg on .qualities that make Moore. for noble womanhood. Mrs. Leo ins Communion on Saturday Maxwell, mother, announced plans morning nnd services smuiiv for the annum sermon lo be niglit. He was the sjuesi of j lia 'i;c preached at the First Baptist, S. L. Gladis), and Mrs. Gladish for church next Sunday morning when the weekend. the Assembly will attend in a body. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Hn/et of The Hcv. E. L. Colo, pastor, will Steelc, Mo., were uuesLs of Mr use as his subject. "And Me Set and MIS. nights Hiircli Sinulav The Rev. C. c. Burke ol Marlanna filled his resular appointment at Calvary Episcopal church> Saturday nnd Sunday, hold- Mr, and Mrs. W. G. llitthom and ton, Walter Garland, of Canton, Miss., are here for a mother, , visit, with Mrs. Mrs. W. L. His Bow In the Clouds." Out-of- town visitors nt Monday night's meeting were Mr. and Mrs. Wills of .Paragould. accompanied by three of the Paragould members. * • * lire. J. A. Edringlon Hostess Baskets of spirea and purple iris were used throughout the country home of Mrs. John Andrew Ed- irington Mondny afternoon when 60 members of the \V. M. U. met. for -Ahc; regular program- meeting ...... t -., u= riic] lesson; on-.the Baptist Coop- • Drops prailiw Program' nt work In'Birope'M'J^' Mrs. James Gwaltney and children, of Osceola, were visitors in Washington, n. c, during U;p tw s>, v.-cek. SALVE COLDS price 10c & 25c and 4-11 club uirls who are undertaking clothing demonstration work this year are limling plenty of color and variety In spilii.r and summer styles, says Miss Cora Lee Coleman, home demonstration agent. The princess style dress continues lo be popular (his spring. Miss Sue Marshall, extension specialist In clothing, University of Arkansas College of Agriculture, recommends the style only for perfect 'figures, however. The "bandaged" waistline is another papular fashion, with the circct being carried out by wide crushed girdles or a crosswise hand of the stripe;! or figured material used in the dress. Jackets, \vitli skirls, suits or dresses are popular. These may be collarless and worn wilh a scart or blouse showing at the lop. The jackets are lilted lo Ihe ngurc and have pleuls and pockets set-in at -- - jjiurt lyp. ._.. ] enlled "sliorltes" and are this year's I version of the Jigger coat. They 1 may be two-thirds or lbree-[ ( imrier len«th and are allowed lo My loose I hi Ihe breeze o r « r e held «(usc by thrusting Ihe hands inlo the pockets. These coats niny be worn lor a top cunt wilh a suil, as » sjiorl cant, or v.'ilh n contiasthiH skirt: nnd sweater us a complete suit. | 'Ihesir coats are made of mixtures, j checks, plaids, or .stripes. Many j plain colored ones are shown also, I and these me suitable lo wear uiiu j alternoon dresses. Armim-l The Armorel Dane Dciiionslr.i- lion club mot. nt Hie i-.'ime of Mrs. !->. n. Garner Monday aiiernoon. The meeting was called lo order Iry the president, Mrs. W. O. Anderson. The secretary called the roll ami Mrs. Clara I'ntlerson and Mrs, lllllle Garner joined the club. An explanation o Illie Llve-al- Hoiiie plan u-n.s given Ijy Mrs. pal- WASH & fiUKAKK $!.»» Wash. Civi'ase. r u I i •, h anil waxed ss.ou H. H. SCIIiMUUC BUY A HOME Best buy in town, G rooms, 3 bedrooms, bath, excellent location close to school. Large living room, big frooiil porch, nil weatheisiripped throughout. Idea! for targe family. Pries J22SO. MOO to SB50 will handle. MORSE AND KIRSHNER Mvtrnpiililan Kami l.naiiK i'orKiii Stale Citv l.tians I'lmnc 285 111 Nn. 2nd L was 'Conducted by Mrs. A. P. Olas- ^{•ce. Baptist inissinn work and institutions in Hungary nnd Rumania, struggles for religious freedom, problems and perplexities in Italy and Spain were discussed by Mrs. I. S. Burton. Mrs. E .L. Cole. Mrs. William Stewart, Mrs. Leonard Pcndergrast and Corn Hogan. Mrs. W. H, Marshall was enrolled as a new member. Mrs. J. J. Best, chairman of circle four, was awarded the trumpet for the largest at- lendance liming the month of February. The shenff of grain given to the circle having the largest offering during (lie previous month was given to Mr.s. D. H. Blackwoo;! as chairman of circle one. Dele- gales to the annual convention lo he held in Little Hock nest week arc Mrs. E. L. cole, Airs. D. H Blackwood, Mrs. William Stewart, Mrs. A. L. Boyce, Mrs. Leonard Pendcrgrnst, and Mrs. J. J. liest. Mrs. E. A. Tcaford as counselor of f 1 -* he Young Womens Auxiliary, will accompany a group of the'young girls to attend the Y. W. A banquet on Tuesday night. Joint hostesses with Mrs. Edrington were Mrs. Roy Dillarel, Mrs. A. L. Boyce Mrs. Elizabeth Lnndy, Mrs I,' Howlon. and Mrs. J. P. Morclicad. * * • Mrs. Ida Tucker spent yesterday GENERAL fjjfr ELECTRIC R E F R , G • R ATOR HRST CHOICE OF MIUIONS! Bargain Just a Few is in OK Used Cars WITH A GUARANTEE THAT COUNTS 1337 Chevrolet Mas- tfPOC Icr Deluxe Scilan . ^Ji£«) 19.^7 rivmmilh Touring Sedan, Hiiilt jn frACE trunk $10J 1M5 Chevrolet (t07C Coach. Itral !,,, y .. JpZ I D 19S5 Ford V-8 De- tf>OCC luxe Srrtaii ^ZOj 1930 Ponliac Cab- (t*)O riolcl. New tfrcs .... JpiJ 1929 Ford Tmlor. Good tires S29 Many others In chouse from ! Knsy GMAC Payment j Plan j Tom Little Chevrolet Co. Phone fiS.1 ,n any otbc ry _and w da V AU-STEEl CABINETS with one-piece porcejafn / interiors. 12 beautiful, superbly styled models. All of tbtte G-E Jrilura art joinitl in most G-E nmdeh and tome in all • Stainless Steel Super- Freezer. • Faster Freezing, instant releasing Quick Trays. • 12-spccd Tern- pcralurc anj Defrosting Control. • Automatic Interior Light- • Thermom- Cler. • Sliding Shelves. • Adjustable Storage Space. • Vegetable Drawer. • Tip Top Shelf. 1. Thrifty in PRICE! 2. Thrifty in CURRENT! 3. Thrifty in UPKEEP! The multiple savings of Ihe 1938 General Electric includt, of course, savinef in food, in ice, in time, etc. NIW FAST FREEZING QUICK TRAYS for ice cubes anil dcsK'rt). An nhnn> ilanft i>f ice— ami in a hurry. Two ciibei or a i ray fill released m sccontlsf In six- tray rnixlcU 48 His, of ice—4SO Ctibci— can he frozen in 2-f homs—and average currcm cost ii (CM than the once of ice. HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. TABLETS llnol 12 17 C BAUME BENGUE full Milk of l Magnesia ke TONK 0 ox. UollU s?^ c I Foci I Tull of i»ciii 19' n.os3-Ti:x TOILET TISSUE Ol^porvscr With 6'fff Site CAM PAN A Ztultnn Bnlm ;;:- 550 gun'K Lotion jOc &i:& , •Ibb's Magnesia iz-nt. VitcK Shampoo 7Sc Siio .. ! 20c nsltlngosol I o, • | Atilcrikn l.DOSiie Nncilo lor Neuritis (.Cos; Inncrclcnn st?c Sito Ur. West Tool!, D.ut!. ...... Irradol—-A— 16.ot ! Uillnrd's Aspcrgum^cG I McdlcalOll Jelly Shllmnni I 60c Fnslccth, Hoi« Powdw j (Jaiusboio lOclhir Hols 3 f , Cleansing^ TISSUES I'o.Do COUBU: KD RAZOR BLADES "Shoiahwn" | STATIONEBY 24 Sliools or 24 Envelopes 9 C 1.011 5:,, f&iicky Titj Hair Tonic tc COc Sii JRD SALTS G oz. Cond. He BALM .37' ***** OUlion ABDG CAPSULES Box (if 12 For SPEED Shaving Po-Do Elrustiloai- I Tlit l, usy nian'i lo ;ii.|j'iy ind itayi "noisi on the lace I u n t i I 53 C Danish thai waistline bulge .00 tislerino TOOTH PASTE 33' Over Vc-">- ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS Su:qicj! Belts mm CAMERAS ietx Kodaks $U9 U p Itoivex 39c »p Falcon $3.98 Lifebuoy "so™ 2sl3 c ia«18 Inch Chamois and < Wool Sponge '• woiVor r cfeAnintf ! SHAVING CREAM 50c Si/.e Tube Incarnat PILLS Bvomc Quinine $& 19' 35c Lsme Sulphur 35c 35c,-S1.00 Picnic Jug 1 Gallon $1.19 up Sun Glasses lOc to 59c SPRING TOILETRIE SPECIALS I.ADV KSTHICU (Vuiini or t'owdcr fitic si/c ,'i!tc 8lic si/.o .We Peileclton COLD CREAM . Eve. InPftr Face Fftwd Cutcx J.MIn. Manicure Kit liini! (or t but iffi. Hinds Hiincy .mil Ahnoiitl l.olion SI.00 siy.o . ...7i)f I. n( inn §1.00 ni/o filli: si'/.u Site :!!H HUDNUT VANITY ?",":.. i- 50 SUm, ncit ami C.ooJ • looking. I Many colon. SMOKERS SAVE MF* 1A FAUNA or WHITE OWL 5 - 23 Dox ol SO, 2.19 Cation ol 50 Book Malchcs ISc Velvet Hnlf&Hali or P. K LITO Llghler Fluid Cnrcln Sublime Ptnrrcros 5 <or 21 C Box ol SO SI.89 We Silt LUX Each 9c MUkof Mai;. nr»U Tool 11 due ckjiu ilic i c*t h ; *' o un (cracii , 20c Sir. . , MIDOL , TABLETS ^fffioJic Pvlta Oilli Denial Potborato 0 d. "Cod liverl on S Grain ^spmiN^ TABLETS CLIMAX Dolph Moth Built, 12. 02 ..... 12c Cnerglne hnammabl«. |.«i. 23e Anunanla far Home IGoi. 16c 20 Mule Botax ic-oi ......... I6c 20cWlndexft Kc s r .,,i,., .. 29c Jiutrllo Cleaning Fluid 10-ci. 23c O-Ccdor Polish J!c SI.. Dolph Moth Spray 16 •«, Black Hag 25c sii« . ..... Rpex Moth Cuhe 2!c 5m lilt Liquid Moll Pint ........ Dtnno for Drolnx 12.01. ____ Enox Molh Spray Kail Pint 23c HOT WATER BOTTLE 75c Sizo Pepsodcnl flnliscpllc Baltic rtrepate for Emergencies I Can'l Chalol Foil or Show! FIR^'T 'AID "NEEDS Sini.Sliipi . Qc i Moicutochrom* , A«V WONDERSOrt KOTEX Sanitary Napldru j 2 Bo»t» 39o Junior, Kt E uljr or Snptr WANT QUICK RELICT? For Hc«Uct>ri. r>am». N«,ual Kl ». MuKuUi l'j.n> Foi Trul Ccruin Uj y CERADYNE TABLETS i Replace Your Old Clock | »l.25 V°*l"l \ Guaranteed accurate. Ivoiy 01 black case I with cloiionnctte dijl. f Krosll 'STRAWBERRY SUNDAE 15 C Ijsrcc dippet of o deliuou* ice cit-n TlV. Hom». Quart ol Our Deliciout C«rry.Out ICE CREAM DESTROY "I (h lh« n>v FOHMULA . 2 lre.itmcnt Hut riJs I UK «c:il[> ol looie ilanilrulf e A t II y 1 » I c k I y. \ » a I t 1 y.l A ,1,1, 1,1, | «n,l lun >Vil>> na» ALKA- SELTZER Ti.l» d 3 24 SOAP 45 Each 8c *~* 1.00 S:t, Ironizcd 1 1.31 5ii« Pinhham'B' Compound 1C liome * qviMt l iii,,ni ( U Choi A .sp«iil tvrc fl mi re ti-ld loi cvctv »K!<'niin.i f intnicnt -wliKl- tnn t>t-c-.irv ni.Ldirtki^ -illcr ^oni.Kh f»-t-0[>Ct;Uivc vn. it 'Inc clc f hr c MippriUui* avi'.T usiui ,r L n-iV;inp ,m.i- tunucui corn-, n- -ti<. CXii oiKruiiviJ liners> pi.VIv tlfinonitrnic (lit vrnn*i« .viv o Al- ct ,(imwU ^llp^>.T:,-1^ f.uur inn -he n n jnu.1 NO^SKIP'MV., aK Mh.iic I'^i?' ^ <)N - S '^ T > ^>" ^""' Jnr^v Sl.i.ulJtr linc-s (.Xinlitv. the tx-^T — I 1 " ice Mir 'oat-vt I DONT SCOLD/ Wl.rn rMlrl rpr] IT hu w«, n i-pin w«,«, „> ,ii u -- undltrofffrl fcr rrnnth., »H [h* iMi, .:, Tl . line T tlilllrrn In ll,r fan IT » n I .r]-'l ink UirMj J^ljllml »r! c^Ul/l-V-nuHI.^ fix Jtinf I fin Unrrn; I llff from tl-f f .tulilr Knt IUT Jim*«- (, ,- ,,,, l'ttp>r>llo» Ifclltt folk*, iron,,' PREPARATION Ojer Kiss Talc Store Your Clothes Safely JCormrnl St'ic Bat .., OuKproof, dJtn|i.proo( f bm lh« keep clothes life anil clean. owero Pnlff, Z8 Peruna liULR SVRINGE 69° Box ol S tai.rnal Typ. 99' ISc Si,, BURMA SHAVE Tin ol 12 ' BAYER'S ASPIRIN r PI< g . ol 10 Bayer Aspirin Luden Cough D. 3 for lOc Drakes Cough Rem, 44c 79c lOc Razor Blades 5c Gadi White Shoe Polish Fletchers Gastoria 34c 10c and 19c Kodak Films, ail sizes and prices Blytheville Souvenirs US VOUR PRKSCKM'TIONS. Tlic mnst imporlanl parl of mir Inisincss is Ilic filling »f prcscriplinns. Ask yotir doctnr. He lias cmifi- in us. M'o «ivc yon ihe best, a( the best lc 1 prices. Try us. KIRBY DRUG STORES Main a( 2nd—Ub—12th ' Hlvlhovillc Famous Ear Drops \'<J he1i>e«! clmr nway thp FOjjlic condition n™I sori- c n ',«il ti j> t ti n sou n il-imt f , y hnuloncri txccumnln lDii^. Mtil E-VH! hcnrint -M-no hrtL-k. Will you tnnVc ^^- hw free test? Then K ct OUKINR al ro Qr riiR ,s(nro nt <*nce. l/s« it m Jfr«(cJ If ni joyfully nal»A«J with twnll.i. IhemaVcrs unrnntee vmir money tisc-k f or Ihn ssViny. c-n n«k nothinvcr von cnn't Uwe The test t»

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