The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1938 · Page 3
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April 18, 1938

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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MONDAY, APRIL is, BLYTIIEVILLR (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE; Hay Society tl Personal here with his parents, Mr, and Mrs, G. 0. Martin. Miss Georgia Ashler, who Is nl- . ending n business college nt Cape Qlrnrdenu, spent the Easier holidays hero with her parents, Mr. und Mrs. Clint Ashley. Billy Ndhery jr., who Is ntleml- iB tlie University of Missouri, Miss Aim Jernigan spent Ihn Kusler holidays in Memphis as ihn guest of Miss Ixmlsc Wllmowh. Mrs. Cam Gaull iirrlveil here Wednesday from Oklahoma C'ily. Okla., for a two weeks visit with lie! 1 daughter, Mrs. 1'iiul Lyons. Mi's. Charles .lobe hn-s i;one to CUatfcc lor several clays visit ?,'illi Miss MJS. W, T. Neihery anil Margaret Stanlil went lo Ciirardeaii Thursday where Slanlil entered the ly agricultural ngent, gave the ih'inonstratlon tor the inontli. Lone Oak A meeting of the Lone Oak 4-11 Club was held TJinwItiy. with 38 iiienibers present, Orvil |{ay. president, presided over the meeting. . .,, , lulls? Wallers, song captain, led ^Ins^lhTw.'f'SJr «" «•» ' **"• .™> S »*" Mrs. Herman McClamihau and Miss Kate Leutl) of Warden were here Thursday visiting friends and attending to business. Miime.s. Carl McDaidels, Wolf Klii:uilc anil Miss Kclna Khourie K'tre in Mll.'Oiirn VVciliir.sdiiy visiting Mrs. li. K. Slekery und (InuvhUi-, Miss 1-Vledu. 'I'liey also vlftil"d In New Madrid. AWe Biirkovltx, who is altendltH; Oeottlii 'J'«.-li Jil Atliiiild, s|)Hi(. Stecle-Cootcr Society—Personal [tin: Easter holidays here eonlesl. ' Miss Anna Hcth I.imliai]j;h who Is auemling tin; University of Missouri arrived home Wednesday to spend the Riste;- holidays will! her parents, Or. and Mrs. W. H. I.im- baugh. Mrs. Llmlmigh and daughter, Miss Anna Beth, motored to O j <. ( j^uis. Memphis Wednesday and were accompanied ho/(u,' by the former's mother-in-law, Mrs. G. H. Lim- liangh, wlio visited with her son and family until Thursday and then relumed lo her home al Arbyrd. Mrs. A. B. 'fribble anil Mrs. Jack Stewart accompanied die latter's mother, Mrs. Prod George of Springfield, lo Memphis. Temi.. Wednesday. Mrs. George was eji- ronte to Florida tuul the olhei ladles returned home (hat evening. li. with 51. H;uk- Oillieit and daughters retnmed home Ja.st week fmili Mexico. Mo., where Mrs. Gilbert .itlemieil a State W. M. U. meet- anii Ihey also visited her parents. M)'. and Mrs. ,). W. Wilson, 4-H Cluh News Notes which U. V- Maloch, assistant, county nyvlcultur.il agent, discussed Die Hally. Reports were given by Hie fol lowing <'lnl) captains: Pan! Unfold pis; Orln Alexander, calf; Kiilor.i Urlndiip, clothing; Christine IJrll- luln, poiilui 1 ; Belly Joe Balrtrldnfi. room Improvement. The demonstration for I ho month was ch'f'ii by Mr. Muloch. The I'iiwliccn 4-11 Club met Wednesday will! Miss neriilne Culf), ifx"il leatler, presiding. Wauila C'ol|), song oaplain, led the (iroii|i in singing "Lillle Hrown Church in Ihe Wlldwooil." Miss Cora l.ee ] Coleninn. home demonstration i iiyenl,, Uilked on the Rally and D. j V. Maloeh, assistant connly agricultural agent, talked oil corn projects for the l»ys. Miss Culp explained the niaklinr or Ihe 4-11 Chib uniforms. He.iorts v;ere iiiven hy Ishnuuil Cnde, piK c-aplaln; IjUcille HrtHvn, uardenlni; and cunning; Hetty Joi Mrs. Ncwlierry Johnson Inis us her guest hnr fulher, Win. li. Vork ot Vernon, lid. Mrs. M. A. Mussey bus returned from St. I.oiils where she; was sent, as n delegale from Ihe Siccli! missionary society to Ihe stale 'iieetlni;. Mis. Gladys Vlnson mul <:)ill dren of Canilhersvllle, s|Wi\l lost week end here wllh relatives.^ Miss Revti McCann s|>eiil Insl week end wllh her nuioiils wt Mat I hews, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Taylor Misses Doris Darnell and Christine Uii'ci attended Ihe Ahiinn icily Rnlh Snillli of mil Unrbiirn Lewis of Slri'le, I'o Ili'liresrnl (,'ooler hi llic try mils prouram nt Jooter hfuli school Helen MiiCtinn )liH'i'd llr.sl lu bold vocal .solo and iniiioroiis readhiB.s nnd will ropre- MMII Ou'ci! tuples lit thn county Blade school meet, which will be ul Holland on April Mill ivJniiers In Hie try ouls wlin nil, book bliirtlny, reading, con.wri'- allon. ft was nnnotmced lost night al Hie court that Koyinonil Crawford will lie ready for advanceiiii'iH to an EiiKle scoill fullowlnp. un cx- ainlnalloii, phis At the Hospilals t \V. Wllllnni.wii, of S<'j!alh, was will iTpieseni Cooler are: piano ^llsmtsscd from Hie lllylhevllln ho.s- , Joe Perry; dcclninatlon, llar- pix'r; (jirls irlo, Ki'inm cl, Mvelyn HUHIIck und Joe club will also be filial loday after liiivlim umlrrgnno tienlinenl ihere since J. M, Clnnnrd, of Saturday. .Steolo, Khlli llomncil Miss Helen McCann was sues of honor al a birthday unrly nl the lujiac of lier mother, Mrs. E. W. McCann Friday afternoon in honor of her eleventh birthday. Thine were HI little friends wlio came to hclii her celebrate Die occasion. In contest £ nines Dallon Knson dismissed from Ihe Illythevllle lios. i iillul ye.sleiduy. , ,, p ,[ Miss i<:<tlth Kilds. who has Iwei iinei leatino oii^jjiesi^ pio-. t) j ( | 1(1 ij^.H|,n.|||,i hiisiilln], when tiniins was tlie "ithyllnu hund di-jslie nndeiweiil mi oiierullon foi wlcil l>y Hobby Woodard und us- «|)|«'iidl!les. was- removed lioiw stM.d uy Miss Kll/.alnah llennei yesterday In u Cobb ainbiiliinee. and Ilii/.el Muhln.s. ! Mrs, W. I). Walker of Clldeou 'Mo,, Is u jmtlenl m the M'einjihl: • Mclhodlsl licis]illal. Alls, It, I.. WiidB si 1 ., IVILS liikej lo the Menmhls Hapilst ln>s|ilta yeslerday, where she Is lo limlerg< a major operation. 1). Cook. Koine One, tiiulrrwpii i lonslleclwiiy Imliiy nl the Witll. 'mspltal. May Meyers In a patient at tin Mt niphls Uaiillsl hosjjjtal. 1'en'y Oyle, of Curulhejtivlllr ins been iidmllled to the Mem Rose iMarioive Circle fleets. Elebt members of the E«ose Marlowe Circle of Ihe Baptist church met with Mrs. W. A. McDonald last Wednesday afternoon. "Following the business session Mrs. D. B. Hayes conducted the devotional. A short program was given with two iery interesting parts being discussed by Mrs. J. K. Bell and Mrs. A. G. Sanders. The meethiK was dismissed with prayer anil the hostess served delightful refreshments. * * • .Jim Briar. Robert Ross and Bob Bennett of Chicago, 111,, who have been here visiting Vic Siglcr rdiinied to their home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Shawle Nolfel and son Eddie of Fulton, Ky., Mrs. Philip FeLsal and son, Victor anil Mrs. A. H. Hamra of Carchvell visited here in the home of Mr and Mrs. Wolf Khourie Thursd;i> and Friday, and with the Hamra families of Caruthcrsville. 'Mrs. Ofie Shepherd jfud sister, Mrs. J. F. winlock of Flint, Mich.. motored to Memphis Friday and visited with friends. Cletis Bidewell, state palrohniui, who has been living at Kcn- nett, lias moved lo Huyti and Is Etaylni; al " the home of Mr. and Mis. .Willinm Huffman Miss"'" Ldrniel Holder, who is attending school nt Atcadia, Mo., arrived here Thursday to spend the Bister holidays wit hher (n(her, Dr. O. D. Ifolder. Earl Martin, who is attending OnachUa college at Arkadclpliia. Ark., spent the Easier holidavs PILES OFTEN INCITE RELATED DISORDERS More distressing sometiines than (he piles themselves are tlie various secondary disorders ofter found associated with rectal disease.?. As t)-,e chart indicates, piles may be a causative factor in headaches, derangement of digestion liver or kidney trouble, rheumatism, and many other common ills. Itocky The Rocky 4-H Club met Tuesday, with 21 members and lour traders present. The group santt "Itally Song,", which was led l>y Joy Hill, song captain. During the Carnal, dolhing; Ruby Metheny.i WOM u, ( , ,„•)/.,. for finding Iho silver CUB and l-'lorlne Wfigster the 1 lor pinning the tail on the •alibit. Other names were plnynd. l?efre.shiiient,s of snndwieiie.'i. In- divldnul cakes and drinks were served. The mil, of lown ijilcsls were jiisiness meeting rcport.s were made Edgar names, cotton captain; Irvin Davis, pi» captain; Opal Fay Noe, calf; Udena Finley, garden- and canning: Louise Perkins, •lathings Uldean Yoimg. poultry; and Udenn Finley, room improvement. A demonstration on the selection of seed corn was given by D V. Mnloch, assistant county agricultural ngenl. Nc«' Liberty The New Liberty 4-H Club met Thursday with the president, J. D. Hulchcrson, presiding. Ttierc were 25 members, two leaders ami 27 visitors present. Tile group sang "Rally Song" and "Arkansas, 1 ' led by Analois Aycock, song captain. A playlet, "Arkansas Traveler", was given by several of the members. The cast was as follows: Jack Pillow as the Squatter; Milton Me- Murtry. Stranger; Analois Aycock,' Sal; Wilmali Scott, Tilly; and Vayne Oxford. Dick. In the business session reports vcre heard from the following club captains: Geneva Gay, gardening and canning; Walmah Scolt, clolh- . and Nannie .May Hessie, pqul- iV V. Maloeh. assistant eouu- ponlLry; and I.awiindu May, room improvement. llemonstnHlfJUs for he month were given by Miss j'oleiniin and Mr. Mnloch. Miss me/, Klncaid, county honu 1 demom.lralion asenl, was a guest of Hie Hurdette 4-H club when it 'net Tue.wlay. The meeting was opened with n song led by Miss Sue Emma Lloyd and Dorothy McKay. Fallowing roll call, reports from Ihe group captains were made. A committee of three was appointed to Uike cave of the radio program which was discussed fully. The meeting WILS closed with a poem at Ihe conclusion of which, the Ijoys adjourned lo their rooms ami Miss. Kiueaid talked lo the girls alxiiit clothing. Scout News Boys Girls Tin; monthly Court of Honor of the Hoy Scouts was held last nlnlil ut llii! city hall. The following awards were made: Hill Morse, carpentry, Joe Me- Cliire, cooking and animal industry: James A. I'nckclt. palhdmllUK, IJloni'HiUB. handicraft: Billy .lonU. civics, cooking, woodwork; M. I.. limitin. Jr., carpentry; Haymond Crawford. safety; leobert. Kd Thompson, book binding; lilll Slov- Luxora Pastor Begins Dell Revival Tonight LUXQRA, Ark., Apr. 18.—The Rev. L. p. Flemining, paslor of the Luxora BaptLst church, assisted by Arthur Nelson, of Uly- thevillc, as song leader, will begin a revival at the Dell Baptist church lonisht. • A Cleaning Service You Will Instanlly Like phis liapllsl hospital. Cieoroc WIIsoi Mem !l<Mpltsl, B. O. Bernard, ot Ctinitlicrsvlllc, ins been admitted lo Hie Mem- ihls Baptist hospltn). <iolf Course al (:<T Camp BOrorm, Ore. <UI')-'I1!(! Wl- iwr CCO camp near Medtord wast.s of being one of the tew •nmps to have n iilno-liolo golf lour.se. While It does not compare with some of thu best links, the Drs. Wert & Wert over Joe Uiaac«' Store "WE MAKK 'KM 8KB" MO boys admit It does have some fine haxards. • H«a(l Cpnrie.r News Want Ar!n. ' Meats and Groceries At A Savings Shop and Save Here We |>«y Highest I'riccs on I'otiltry ;U all Times. GAINES MKT. UK W. Alitlrl St. riione 'J.I FARM LOANS -— fMO mnd I'r Arkinsa* and Mbwnrl lowest rates—IOWPSI expenfl* Also city properties DON H. KASSERMAN Tlionus Land Co. Ofllcs •P. O. Box 4VO, Phone 527. liW'itust' H's more noinii'ul und U i|tiiiliLy you will instantly lilto oiii- .si!r\'ici!. Call us Unlny. V 65c l ITS OH IWKSSKS I'rompl Peerless Cleaners CHERRY AND FRANKLIN PHONE IE2 "JCei. LU CEeoM, it RJLqKT IOT WHATHHH AHU.\1> BE SAFE HAVK YOUH COOLING SYKTHM Cl-KANKI) «; Kl.USHKl) NOW. SAVE AS MUCH AS ON 10 GAL. OF HI-TEST NO NOX GASOLINE 90c 100% Pennsylvania Oil, Setitcd Cnnliiinors, 25c SAVEON GAS CO. -I Mllo.s No. of Slate l,l«c II. W. til HOU-ANI), M<). Hpecial new equip nu'nt \vc offt'r (he liesl cooling system set vice in the dly. SPECIAL OFFER Iiiclmlinjr reverse fluHhinj, and eonliiiK system clean ser (us illustrated) $2.5(1 Com|>Ict< Phone <>:i,'l TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. .101 Walnul < Phone 8 - If you have piles, send for a large, well-illustrated free book published by the Thornton ,t Minor Clinic, Suite 2019, 92G McGce St., Kansas City, Mo. It will enlighten you on the serious nnd often treacherous nature of piles and other rectal ills. II will 1*11 you how focal infection is now often traced to piles quite as much ns lo diseased teeth or tonsils, The liook will Rive you much helpful \ advice, and will tell of the numerous patients who have found relief at (he Thornton & Minor Clinic—one of the largest and oldest In America—without general anesthetic or Ihe usual hospital experience. Tlie book is free for Ihe asking. H will bo mailed yon In plain wrapper and without obligation. GRAND DADS Peabel-ry COFFEE Always Fresh Buy a Package Today Chesterfield opens the season with more pleasure and gives millions of smokers the same play every day ... and you'll want to hear Paul Douglas broadcavSting the scores and highlights of the games—Lefty Gomez, first guest star. It's always more pleasure with Chesterfields ... more pleasure (or listeners . .. more pleasure for smokers. Chesterfield's mild ripe tobac* cos—home-grown and aromatic Turkish—and pure cigarette paper.. . the best ingredients a cigarette can have . , . 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