The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 26, 1939 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 26, 1939
Page 2
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' PAGE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER .NEWS <• f 1 CpUKlER'KEWS „ , COMMJMENTAKY TICKET Thit TMtti Will Admit ,WllMn White '-4 Ccropajiion " RITZ. THEATER .-SECOND FIDDLE" Social Calendar , { THURSDAY'S EVENTS ^ -Alter society, Church of the Irt- u maculate Conception, sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock, at Catholic Hall ,. , Mrs. J. A, Saliba entertaining Prosperity club, 2:30 o'clock. , Miss,Mildred Lou Hubbard entertaining her bridge ,cliil) _,Mr. and Mrs, 1, J. Bryant and Mr. and Mrs, T. H. Chapman entertaining Club Informal at nine o'clock at Woman's Club. Mrs. O, W. McCutchen entertaining Thursday Contract club. •FRIDAY'S EVENTS ; Mrs. Rupert Crafton entertaining her bridge club., Cotillion club having informal d*ncinj party, nine o'clock, American Legion Hut Osceola Lnnch'ron Honors Bride-Elect • Miss Elliabeth ^-Ann Wilson entertained wfth a luncheon parly In cqrnpMmeii^, to Miss Rose Stflcy, bride-elect of William B '<5<xilcr of ' bingo party to be given Thursday night, ot eight o'clock at the'Cathr oiic Hal!. The arfnlr Is spotisored by the Altar scclejy of the Cliurch of the Immaculate Coiiieptldn. * « • To Make Plans For Annual Caravan Party All members of the Delta delta Delia sorority, are a'skccl to meet Thursday aflcrnbch at 6:15 o'clock at the home of Miss Mary Spain Usrey. Plans will be made for the party whicli is given .hero annually for the caravan of 'girls from the sorority chapter of the University cf Arkansas at Fnyctteville and rushees. Cliil) Hi's Gu«t Garden flowers decorated tho ' home cf Mrs. W, \V, Shaver y'cs Icrday afternoon when she enlcr- lalned members of tlic Tuesday Contract club and a guest, Miss Annie Lou BIcds'oc of Pliic Bluff, housoguest of Mrs. IS. F. Potter, with a party at her home. Refreshments were served at, the conclusion of the games in which Mrs. V. O. Miller was high scorer and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, scccnd. San Antonio, Tex, yesfcrdny af- dismissed. At The Hospitals Bljthevlllc Mrs. Rose .'Ca'i'lbr, We^t Plains, lo,, a'dinilled. ^olly Sparks, city, dismissed Mrs Ilemilr- Neall, Bragg City, teradbn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght H. Blackwood In Os- Betty Jean Stlvci-'s, Holland, Mi, dismissed. Walls Shelby Jcnn Martin, Manila, , Jettte Drher, daughter of Mr Mrs Blackncod ceola. -The .nine, giiesls included six ^,,,^,» J BIstheville popple and MLss Doio-'admitted thy^Tankersley of. Memphis, house-' Mrs C. O. Grave's city, rthmlss- giiest of Miss Prances McHnncy cd ' Miss Pear! CarUright, nnd Mbs J?ob)n CHI, Dell, dlstnlEsed. Clementine Bow'sn, both pt Oscb- Tommy Necly, city, dismissed ola. v ,Miss Wilson was assisted In Andrew Artls, Essex, Mo., dis- entertamlng by her ccusin, Mrs missed. nnd Mrs. Maggie Earnhcaii, Lca'ch ville, dismissed. Evelyn Ray, Manila, dismissed. .Mrs. W. P. Hiitcliln.?, Manila, distnlssed, Waldou Wayne Oarvelt, Manila, dismissed, Mcmr-Ms Mctjeninre Clinic Stanley Echove,, Osc'cola, admit- leri iMcni)iliis Mcthiidist Hospilnl Mrs. B. F, noyles, Wilson, admitted. Betty Sue Nelhiy, Unytl, Mo, admitted Memphis Jlcdiodlsl Hosiillal Mrs, Willie Morhn, adnilttcd. Mrs Clyde Metcalf, H»W Council Dinner . Workers of the Lily Street, Mission ( Ectiool ,of th'c First, Kaptlbt church of which Rayino'nd Znch- "efay Is superintendent sened the banquet Cupper ,(0 10 wcrkcrs at the monthly coimcil of the First BapUst church school last, night. ^Plans for the month of August were ^discussed during the brief business ^meeting led by assistant superintendent cf the •ichcol, TUis- seU Baugh. Later, (lie Council workers enjoyed 30 minutes 01 recreational gimp? led by Miss Pearl Lee^teacher In the. Young People's 'depaffrn'ent of th'e church schorl '- » • • Hive Swimminjt Party Twelve members of the Junior Epworth League department of the Fifst_ Methodist church and two visitors had a swimming party at the Walker Park pool last night r The guests were Betty Jo Bonds o'f Little Rock, houseguesl of Mr. and Mrs LeRo> Hudleston, and , Caroi 'Chapln. Miss Me Shepherd, counsellor of the department, and Mrs Jack .Bishop, were m charge of the patty. * • * F;r Bingo Party Miss ^linc Hagan, Miss Mary Ellen Listen and 'Miss Marguerite Smeltze? mil be hostesses for a Bits of News Mostly PetsonaU Mr and Mrs Edward thousand miles on tlielr tour of the West. Melvin Barnes with friciids and her grandmothers, ' wlicrci'lliey Mrs. .Bcirymsn.arid. Mis. Aubrey night, 'two dsvs Mrs, ...... abie^ bo out lollnyjing a two .weeks' Illness. "f)]J h;;vit'- t- ..••,. Miss Jeanne Harrison left Thurs- i "W Question Settled ' ' day fcr a three weeks', vacation. She . pjans ,to , visit . Miss Margaret Buck, a school, Heridr'lx Fvan.aK.t'i ' C. L' i ClYan XwWt S dUOJCCt ;,>„ ^.j, -• -.Tvi^- •.. •. " .' ... *»• Old • Question Settled," will Jackie Johnson and fljck vu^^ cf Caruthersvllle, came yesterdav for a visit with Robert Berryman ^f' ^'l ns ?'' wl ". ?.° to Den (his .... u ..« ,ni D j^uworu tDeifiiivcb "••• "VI..MUII WIN go 10 Dell this left jestcrday mfrrning for Roeka- afterno:n for a visit with his aimt way Beach, Mo, where they will, Mrs cnrtn^ thnlr «, n ^ n j( n - .! M spend their vacation Mrs. Rlchnrd Dickinson chiidreji, Hcleii Claire and Dickie, I ln left today for AtWns, Ark., where t weeks. Jhey will 'spend a month with Mrs Dickinson's ' Elstci', Mrs, H - Ij Strickland, arid Mr. Btrlckland. Mr. Dickinson, who motored tiichi over, will return tomorrow. Mrs. A. E. • 'Chapman, of „,. U>uis, is spending the week liere with her daughter, Mrs. Matt Monaehan, nnd.'. family. Mr. arid Mrs. Ray Wright,,'iff St. boiiis, wiio motored heir here, .spent the weekend with the Monaeharis. Mrs. Wright, ivlio wns fo iii " p Armstrong, and ,„, ., Miss Delia Pay sykes has re- nnd '"""Cd from Little Rock after hav Dell Revival Mating To Begin On Sunday going to wuie Rock to tie the -- — v . "«*"«« igr discussion to_- '-• ••_ ° •- . ; ' ljuesl.,. of. several, ether,"Hendrix " el i ha A." le ., £ «fy lo « 9 { «i«.Church 'The revival meeting for''rho firti schoolmates. -, Slie .-will 'visit, .Mrs. l-S h ^ corrier^of,: West ,.Main Baptist elnirch winUin Clayton Downing; In Jackk'n, Miss., ?..'??.* 5. . HI J^**>' I 51 .. 8 ? Evan- arr-ni-rffno »„ »*,•„ "'..~~°" ., ,>„ .j, -.v •.. •. . ... c:l!ege, in DC Vails Bluff before /, *»• Old • Question Settled," will going to Little Rock to bfe the , . , e , sl >wct- tor discussion to_: l " l£ |_WIftWESDAY,-JULY 26, -1930 rejoicctl ' n=0a>n w The meeting Is to continue each n ght-, at'; eight o'clock- through Sunday night. People." ., MONTREAL, (UP)^-Tr wo men *ere..fined , $82 ^hen arralgried. in Recorder's Court liere because someone saw them whipping a pig -'"- it had bitten a calf. , ., tefore .eturnlng .ho,ne. She . and 8J" st .-"• . A Mrs. DOivnln were- roomm °"., b r ln s s of 1 '^^' ? cccrdtn ^ to l «e announ, —.. »,„!!• .,_ or Springfield, the pastor J T Renfrn ..ivere, rormmates at ^°"., l) r 1 ;^, ."npther in. the .series L. p. Fleming of ~..s „,„„„,„ Syhpdlcal college. ."'EosP 61 sermons^at eight o'clock. " " H. U. ilalsell, who has been 111 ( ," r '- W x ? n ?P? K .« I 15 . 1 n.^ht 'on at his home for a week, is now *!? e i"^ 1 • wt !»t Does It .Mean 11 rt w^»n"«t" tT- omnha'-ft^'fi J l\' t, WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WitUul Cilomtt-M Vae'il Jmp CnUf M Ii I To Believe?;:.. He .emphastttd (he HP M t font *W»* A^WA.^W.ll. i^ ',» >- '..•>• . V -UU * . IU, _ nQV visited friends there for (hi i-n parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rhodes . . . .... u , V1 ,,, iviiuuu. 1 ), .'loday, her .parents accompanied her to Haytl to attend to business Mrs. J. H. Elklns has gone to ----- -- -. --. Miss 'Atlanta for a with Mr. - - ; - -U---F -•-•••• .....* mu« juvi i) mi;i;j sninnui jui si VlSlv \V1UI Ml* mid M r a '" m J , a '.'9,, c;h < i P'nan. ls tt sister Mrs. Leslie Kale, formerly of'here of Mrs. Monaglian I <*>•- ' -'- "-- — -• •'"•"•• Miss Sallfe MatMb hi' | She went ns fnr as f u/caloos,.. - - " -i icliirned Ala with Pan) Francis uho «a? from Bntes\llle, Mks, where sho retmnlng U> his home aftci a visit \sas tlie guest of hei cousin Miss, here Mth Ilk biothcr VV K- Sara Polk Perkins for three \\ceks 1 rancis ' RBjmond Bickcrsltifr and Jnckj A O SWvclj, of CauilhcrsvDlc Jcnkin, relumed Smidoj from a'attended to hiisine^ here I a si lour through rexrts Loulsiann, nlglit ^fe^^ Mexico Arizona and dull nin They Iravclctl more than clinic. Mrs. Malian, who fractured her hip 'more thiin a week ago, Ls ? TS ^l as . ' lle : . f »"f:ts ,^>n'd promises, reslimr well , He then iwinted to the statement resting well. Miss Winifred Crawford, of Little Rock, is spending this week at li-ine while convalescing front an illness. The condition cf W D Osbron, .;. ,.-..>,, heart arid life of .of Christ, tlte.commands' .and promises.; in .the the New oh Townsend Club Will Hold Meeting tonight Club, No. One will the Son hath everlasting' life, bvit AU • amlou " cetl lias beLomc ciitical i obedience, giving'-'for further Mr and Mrs Charles Rose, Mr. f life same usage by Paul in ^,,10 M,,™ Q,, n i and Mis Mrs W J Wundcrllch i 1D-.1-5, "and also .tiie account of wary fane Berrjinnn went to and Mr nnd Mrs John Miles Miller the jailer's conversion in Acts l'6: lor a visit returned yesterday fr-m Memphis ' 3C-34 as it is. stated there tha't, , „ •,' l - ?trlftg ' P ° V ' de en '."'«'"ment. Coskscy .» ver «bou!d pour out two nouri&a of u ll« Into your bo^tLs tJaily, If ttU bile Is not flowing f rcc-Iy, your f cxid doesn't dig eat. It Just, decays In the bowels. Gas bloats up your itcm^cli. You get consppaUd, Your vrficl* system Is jpoL*«ned *nd you 'feel eour Bunk anti the vortd looks punk. A mere Itowelmovetncnt doesn't get at the CSUJP, It l^tces thore good, old Carter's LiUU Liver Pills lo'get, these two pounds of. bile flowing frcoly fcnd tn»ke you feel UP ind up-" Htrnalcss, venUe* yet Emai- mg In m»VhiK bile flow freely. A:k /or Carter's Little Liver PIJU by name. 25 ce'ntA, rnly r«fuie Anything else; (o the Movies 6h a FREE . _ TICKET! $§ Traflc here arid *-sM. g'cl free tickets to eilher Rita or Boxy Theairei at our expense. $10 In Trade S3 in Trade — RITE PRICE STORES 111 E. Main 329 Vy. M;iln Adult ficlccl Junior Ticket admitted?William H: admitted. Sl'ccle, Mo., Ucnclivllte, H. Woifdrd, Osceola, Girl, 7, iSutton Collector CCATSKANIE. Ore. (UP)—Little 7-year-old Allecu Brock claims she is the youngest charter member.of the American Button Soilety. The ycungster, who Is a Brownie Girl Sc:ut, has more than 0,000 fallttons In a collection she started before she was old enough to read. BATH TOWELS — HOTEL PEABODY — Air Conditioned For Tour Comfort Lowest Rates 111 E. Main St. — Blythcvlllb , First Showing o'f New Evening Slippers for Formal Wear The Joyce $5.00 Silver Kiel in a Mesh Spike Heel. The Rumba S1.50 II -White, Satin." GolT Kirt, Cross Strap, Nc\v 12/8 Heel. The June Sl-00 While Satin, Silver Kill Strips, New 12/S Hoe). Two Mew Sandals -Htoe-Kld Si.OO; Patent ?3.50 For Afternoon, 12/8 Box Heel W 1 ' *=t-OVO , STK10E . O**MWV TO o/ r^.'."^.?,7 Buy An Armful GENUINE DUNDEE TOWELS Just iljhl for summer use. Large 20x40 ; size In brnu'llful multi-color Stripe's.' Dandy ' irciglit. Regular 3Sc value. Thick! thirsty! X Serviceable! WASH CLOTHS to niittch 5c ea. FINE DUNDEE TOWELS t Thrifty Prices Arm-tin;.!)- lav price for iliis lorge ;-ltc. Woven b>- lli r famous niiiidrc Mills. Buy generously nnrt save. KcRiilar 15c value. July 27lh-28th- 29lk Our Jumbo Value Double Thread 2 for pro. 0572. it's a flanrly. Deep thinly pic in large 2Zx4l MZ<>. White and i.ol- nrci! borders. Actcial 39c quality. ' Flaid Towels At Great Savings 3 for SIZE. ..20x40 Goorl Weight Colored Borders lOc Belter DUND| RAINBOW Towels Hrrc arc Imich ynKll hrhulify your bathroom with. With Hrnp lli.'rsty jiilr, In every color com- binalion inwjinrtic, ;>Wovfn htir- ,-, r "Ifrs ; tl 22x11 slwi •' ykusilly uriccii V*->>1 at 3Sr fn mosl slores. - t-l \_J\_, Buy llic£C rrgular 19c value towels in siirs 20x^0. Bright, colorful pislcl checks and plaids. Slade by the famous Dundee Mills. SPECIALLY lRCHASED! PRICED! jusnibrnl and tub in lovely colortv.l Ihr'.fty liundce towels in siircial 11\3'J siie. Buy and save. Double Loop DUNDEE Towels She 20.vlO 4 for 94c A Trsular 29c value In plaids ami checks. Soft aiul absorbent hi a, sUc Iho 'entire family wilt like to Hsc. Sniart pis- Id colors fcr 'every bnlliroom, OF250 STARTING THURS. MORNING Come Early for Best Selections /. . __ i . , Buy One Dress at the regular price -pay Ic more a?td get another dress * of 'equal value— Gay Giison, Georgianna, L'Aigloii, Marcy Lee $1.98 Dresses . . . 2 for $1.99 $2.98 Dresses . . . 2 for $2.99 $3.98 Dresses 55.98 Dresses $7,98 Dresses. $10,98 Dresses 2 for $399 . 2 for $5.99 . 2 for $7.99 2 for $10.93 Bring a friend and each g?t a dress for half price VYHITE SLIPS Crepe or Satin $1.'95 Values CHILDREN'S FROCKS Cinderella and Shirley Temple WO Values , ••'.'. , . . $1.98 Values ... . » $1.39 Sale Starts Thurs. • Come Early for ' Selection Mane Applebaiim, Prop.

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