The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1938 · Page 6
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April 29, 1938

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Luxora Society — Personal Mr. aiid Mrs. John Brelford, of Memphis, were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs, Wnrncr L. Clark, 'if- Harvey Pcrmentcr Is a patient In .'the Bapllst hospital, Mempliis. Mr. mid Mrs. Tliomtts Lenke. of Paris. Texas, were tjiiesl.s ol Mr. ;ind j Mrs. J. S. Smith Tuesday, en iwile to Memphis where Mrs Leake will te In, Campbell's clinic for nn ex-; smlmuion ; • • 4 Mr. nml Mrs. Jetlle Driver, Ml. nml Mrs, James Driver, of Oscenlsi.' Mr, nml Mrs, Charl!? Mlfi'hn, and! Miss Carrie Mae Hires Miss Uoi>! Williams, nml Bob Ollli.snlc- were 1 guests of Mr. uiirt Mrs, UII.SM-I:; ! Howen Tuesday i-venlnij when they ] j were hosts In Our I/ixoi fi-11 vllle-Osreolii Bridge club, Ladles' lilgli "score elub jute ivcnl I" Mrs. Roland Green, of Blyllic- vllle, men's high score club prize vent, 10 Mr. Jesse Hrown. The la- dim' high score gucM prize went, 10 Miss fJol) Wllllnms, mid high norc gnesl prize for men lo Mr. JiHtle Driver, of Osenola. A suliul ijlatc, home niiule coke, and lcc<t lea was .served :\flcr the awarding of prlw.s. Mrs. clarence K. Crablrcc, ol Avon Pru'k, Fhjricia. has beon com- pliinenlod with R series of parties this week. Saturday afternoon 12 guests motored lo the lovely country home, illghtower. of. Mr. nml , Mrs. Tnylor Segrave.s, pa rents of J Mrs. Craljtree. to enjoy nn aftcr- { noon of bridge wllh Mrs, Segraves i mill Mrs. IMwiinl .Sflsr.ives ns co- hostesses. Mrs. Jlmnile Slack held hfeli score :tt the end ol Hie pro- tjre.ssionrs, giving her the choice of any prim lielii by Hie other gnesUs, wlio lii'ld jutes til H varied dratjrt- nuint. Mrs. li. i,. llonck was hostess u> twelve bridge giiesls Tiie.sclay nlghl In lionor of Mrs. Craljtree. Mrs. K. S. CrlhneW ami Mr.s. Hiirold F. Ohlendorf. of Osceola, were out of town guests. Mrs. Tom Cnllls held high score anil Mrs. CralHree was presented a gHt. 'liiiirsc/ay afternoon, Miss Cardo Mae will comiillment. Mrs. Crablrce with a two table bridge. Mrs. Will Dlllfird, of Memphis, spent Thursday with licr molher. Mrs. Charlie Mifflln. who acc-oin- iwnlwl Jiej- lio.'no for several :lays visit. Mis. Minnie Crlder fell Wednesday morning In her home and broke her arm. '| Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goiil are announcing the birth of a daughter Monday night. The yomitr Indy weighs 8Vj pounds and has been name:! Hilly Slicmxi. Mrs. Walter !,yn-;h bus as her guest her daughter, Mrs. Howard i-razler, of West Memphis. IJttlc Billy Rallou. .son of Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Gallop, had the misfortune lo fall Weunesuuy u.iu break his leg again in the same plow iJmi lie fractured II In.sl summer. Mr. and Mrs. William Thwcatt will have ns their guests over the wcckcntl Iheir daughter, JJessle Eleanor, and son. chnrle.s, of Clial- Innooja. Mr. 'Ilnveatt will be ac- <-Lnnpiiiiled back home by his wife and young daughter. The Senior c-lass of the Luxora high .school will be honor guests of the ./iitiior da.s.s at the anintal banquet lo lie held in the Home &.;bnumlci> cottage I'VKIay night. FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 19R8 "Jji-I/an's" Oet Sympalliy PASADENA, Cal. (UP)—Dr. Na(Una R. Kavlnoky explained to the , Institute of Family Relation.? here something of the complex of monthers-In-iaw. "Tl'.ey are lonesome," she said, "and hale to .see ihe young couple make mistakes Dial could be avoided." Candidate Wins SI Times CHINA, Me. IUV) — Willis W. Washburn, 92, has been elected town clerk for the Mill time. This was his 50th .successive election. $2.50 BOOK OF THEATER Last week's winner, Miss Sunshine Swift, will receive her prize at the Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. IDENTIFY HIM and WIN A PRIZE WHO IS IT? Try This Silhouette Game-It's Fun apl some clever jidvcrlisinif |)ltc;iKo you have USON WHOSK KII.HOUKTTK AI'iMCAHS ON NICH'I', AIAY :!. TI1K WINNlCIl \V!I,I. MC Looking For Cool Flattery? If KII you'll wsinl a new L'AIGLON You can gel Ihosc cool, lovely summer dresses in LINENS EMBROIDERED AND SHEER VOILES (A $3.95 to $10.95 Jack Applebaum 301 W. Main Phone SO H APPY UOUR GROCERY & ilMARKEr 109 W. HAIH ST ',: PHONE {5 p One'PounaBox 15c Two Pound Box 25c Large Box 22c Medium Box 15c One Trial Package FREE With Either Size. CLOTHES, WASHED IN BORAX SOAP CHIPS, '" ' LAST LONGER RITZ THEATER? •a EVERYTHING FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT AND COMFORT I'ffJDAY, AI'RK, 2<) " DIVORCE OF LADY X" wilh Merle Olieron & I.nii- ivnce Oliver. Also sek'i'k'il Shorts Ailni. Matinee lOc & 2(ic A (I in. Nitfht Kit & :Uic SATURDAY, Al'UlI, :in "RAWHIDE" wilh Smith Hallow & Kva- lyn Kna])|>. Cartoon & Serial "Treasure Islaml" SUNDAY and MONDAY' MAY 1 & Z " JOY OF LIVING" wifh Irate Dunne & Douglas Fair- Ijnnks, Jr. Also Paramount News & Select eil short TUESDAY, MAY .'! WHO. & THURS. MAY 4-5 '8ELOVED BRftT' 'W OLD CHICAGO' with Donitii finmviUo & Do- lorfts- (,'ostcllo. Novelty short & Comedy with Tyrone • I'owcr & Alice Fayc. Also 1'aramoiml News & Comedy. WHO IS IT? lie is a iKilivc Mississippi.!!!, but tins hf.on a Blythcvlllc merchant for the past 16 years He fought in France during Hie Worlil War, but now for excitement lie pursues ;i certain popular sport. Who is it? Last week's silhouolle nas thai of JOK Dilily coach uf the Bljtlieville Chirks. ROXY THEATER Admission Always lOc & 2(ic Matinees Sat. and Kuntlay FRIDAY & SATURDAY, APRIL 2!)-H(l "STAGE COACH DAYS" wilh Jack httden and Eleanor Stewart. Also Cartoon & serial, "Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars." FRIDAY l'RI/R NIGHT— 25 PRIZES FRKR—25 SUN. & WON. May 1-2 TlIOS - Weds " & Thllrs "ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN" wilh Konald filoria lilnndell Also Kox Neil's Comedy. PAL NIGHTS 2 admitted for the price of one. LONE WOLF OF PARIS with Francis Lcdercr Also selected shorts * * * COMING SOON AT THE HIT/, THKATBK "DR. RHYTHM." "Adventures of Marco Polo" Case of Mnrdrr TEST PH,OT" 'Four Men and a Prayer" * * * Beware of False Statements M has Iwon hroujcM lo mir allcnlion lhal someone is Iryins lo rtiscrortil Ihp Hnll Burial Asswin- lion' Iiy slating (lut we arr nuking extra assessment.'. We will deem il .1 f.ivor to 11S if you will refer to yonr policy and compare ihe date Iherron wilh the assessment notices stul you, and you fan readily sec lhal there has been no extra assessments. The !Ioif Burial Association has made rapid progress during its period of operation. W< hare had eighteen (18) funerals without any extra assessments heinf placed on ils members. It has been operating, and will continue lo do so, on the hasis of Ihe regular assessments, so do not he misled by these false statements. KF.KP THE VROTECTION AFFORDED YCM! BY OVR ASSOCIATION! HOLT BURIAL ASSOCIATION Bljtheville, Arkansas E. M. Holt, Seo.-etary-Treasnrer PHONE 30 NOW is the TIME To insure yourself against shivering all ncxl winter. We can supply the most modern in heating equipment and put it in your home at a minimum cost. We also secure DIRECT SERVICE for yon on an FHA loan. ' We Furnish All Equipment This Can Be Done With An F. H. A. LOAN % 3 YEARS TO PAY "PETE" The Plumber EXCELLENT FOOD PREPARED THE WAY YOU LIKE IT SPECIAL SUN. DINNERS Glencoe Grill AND THE Club Room GOOD MUSIC EXCELLENT FLOOR PRIVATE BOOTHS Made For Your Enjoyment DANCING 10.9 No. First Phone 103 SPECIAL jtogL ^^^muEs mmmmmmmem ARCADIA CLUB Bolt led In Bond WHISKEY if % pint. 80i-. it 1" pi n l $1.50 HALL'S WHISKEY STORE Elmer Hall, Owner I'M !•. Slnin Slrctl Franris Woods, Tilgr. BWlic.rille, Ark. * NOTICE * Beginning Monday, May 2, we will be open for Business in our new location, 105 W. Main. THE HIGH STANDARD OF Quality Merchandise & Fair Dealing which we held to in our old location will continue lo be just as high in our new. Western Auto Associate Store 105 W. Main (Across from Roxy Theater) Phone Rll \,\ >

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