The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 7, 1939 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, SEPT15MB13JI V, 1939 Bits of New Mostly Penonal* Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Tnoinassoti went to Ccndalia, 111., Saturday where Mr. Thoniasson has hecn transferred. Mr. Thornasson's place here wilh the Independent Packing Company has been laken by Dale Uye, cf St. Umis, who formerly resided here. Mrs. w. E. Armstrong, of Hot Springs, hus visited here several times while she has been staying with her mother, Mrs. W, p. Hutchins of Manila, who hus been "In a Memphis hospital, Miss Marjorie Wood and Mis,s Patricia Wood left toilay for Car- boiidale, III,, where they will enter Southern Illinois Normal University. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs, Charles A, Wood, motored them there. Mrs. D. M. Lev Is, of New Orleans, came Wednesday morning fcr a visit with her brother, c. Modlngcr, and family. She will bo accompanied home by sirs. Mo- dinger's mother. Mrs. J. c. Hodgson, who will visit in New Orleans lo>- several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Smart Mrs. Uoyd Stickmrn and R. I. Haley spout, yesterday in Memphis. Elaine Anderson will go to Conway Monday to enter Heiulrix college. She will be motored over by her mother. Mrs. Hubert Potter and Mr. and Mrs. a. Nick Thomas. She was graduated this spring from the city hish school. Mrs, Henderson Hall has returned from Ealtimcre, Detroit, and St. Louis where she visited relatives for three months, Mrs. Clarence H. Wilson and daughter. Miss Elizabeth Ann. Mrs. Carroll Blakemore, Mrs. Hubert Potter and' daughter. Miss Elaine Anderson, spent yesterday in Memphis. . Hubert Potter has been ill at his homo since Monday. Mrs. B. B. Nally, of Hot Springs, has spent a month here with her amighlcr, Mrs. B. J. Allen, aud other relatives, W. n. Nally, who has been ill for two weeks, is slightly better now. Miss Mary Outlaw, who has been spending the summer in Rector, has returned here for the fall mid winter months. She is an instructor in grade school. She will make her home with Mr. and Mrs. Hubert PC tier. Mrs. B. J. Allen will he removed to her home this afternoon following 1 a tonsillectomy performed this nnniing at a clinic. Ivor Morrison of Evansvillo, Iml., stopped off here for n visit with J. B. Husband as ho • was,cn route to Jonesboro where lie is a" student at, Arkansas State college. Mr. Husband, also a student at the college, returned to school with him. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Litzelfclner accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. McDonald, of Columbia, Mo., spent the weekend here with Mrs. Litviel- felner's parents, Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Martin and family. They came down especially for their son, Joe, who has been spending the summer here with his grandparents. En route home, they slopped in Ca- ruthersvillc for a visit with Mr. Litzelfclnei's parents. Beverly Thomas is expected lo return tomorrow from Los Angeles, Calif., uhere she 1ms spenl the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Hawkins. Miss Mildred Moore. Miss Alary Helen Moore aud Howard Moore returned yesterday frcm Kennett, Mo., where they visited their grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Mc- Hiincy, for two days. Miss Grace Walton, of St. Louis, came Monday to be the guest of her brothers. Guy and Roy Wat- Ion, and Mrs. Roy Walton. She will rcli -n to her home the latter part ol the week. Mrs. O. w lotd Cavitl and Mrs. W. Owen Blue spent yesterday In Victoria with Mrs. James .Meurricr. Miss Marlha LCP Hall lias gone t: Ca|>e Girardcau where she is teaching in the c jt y schools this year. Mr. and Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford and son, Fred, will go Saturday to Memphis from where they will leave Sunday for Port Gibson, Miss. 6HTER BUSINESS FOR All I'VKl Jr. .attends ChniiiborlnJn jiwil Military Academy at Perl Gibson. Mrs. Tom P. Martin and daughter, Miss Virginia. • and Miss Jenny Wren Dlllahunly spent yesterday hi Memphis, Mrs. Otis Euerdt and daughters, Misses Betty, Juanita and Ethel Mae, spent Wednesday in Memphis. Osceola Society — Personal .ry Academy from wlitch he was graduated last year. On the way to the Gulf Coast they went by Arkaclelphla where Ambrose was enrolled in Ouachlla College for Hie coming term. They also visited t!ie campus of L. S. U, at Baton Ronoe, La., which Ambrose attended last irrin. Other students who plaij to attend Oitadilta this year arc Margaret Burton pal Mosclcy, J. <r. Rhodes, Jr,,' and Frank Tompkins. HOW 00 YOU DO I r > 8III? YOU'VE MADE , MORE PROSRESS l!H ONE MONTH TKftN . ll/AVE MAOE /H 1 TCff. WHY, > CAH'r / DOIT? 'YOVCAH.} , ~ CVERYOHE) f CAH,IDOH'f\ , MIKftr.ltS. \ 'SUCCESS cants] TO MCH YtlTHl HORMALFtf>\ ANDEHtnw) 1 oxpect *° " bat a mud" at the office every day (( von haven't your normal share of re and energy. ' ' If you are overworked, spend Ion? hours indoors, get insumelont sunshine and exercise, and have a poor appetite, maybe your lack of pen and energy is due to simple anemia, a condition resulting from an Iron deficiency in the bloort Sargon, Uie famous toni'o with iron, is helpful In overcoming Iron deficiency in Hie blood, tending"" aid nature In building red btood ce Is and licinoglobln. Tills accomplished, you feel like a new ncrson Tri h new i>ep and vitality and a better appetite. Get. a bottle of Sargon loday al ou , r . i is r IJ yc 5", ? re " ot entirely sitisned, after taking according to directions, tin: fnlt pnrr.hnso price will be returned without, question,' Kirby Drug Co. Gives Uhllulay l'(srly Mrs, Jlitivi Uiirdi enterluliiccl thirty children with a thentrc par- ly at Ihe Gem Theatre and refreshments at the drug stcre afterward on Tuesday night In honor of the tenth birthday of her daughter, Clio Jean. Claud Hazel, Jr., of Steelc, Missouri, accompanied by his molhcr, Mrs. Claud Hii/el, were I oiit-of-tou'ii guests. » « * Visitor Complimented Concluding Ihe many parlies given In the last Iwo weeks in licuor of Miss Charlotte Holt ol Salem, ill., who has been Ihu guest jf Misr. Calhcrinc Harwell, was Iho picnic supper and play-party given by Mrs. D. H. Lancy in Ihe outdoor living room and lerrace of Ihe Lancy home Saturday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. L. T. Lawrence, Mrs. Paul Galloway, Mrs. E, H. Burns. Mrs. A. P. Spiesc. Mrs. II. C. Davidson, Mrs. Thomas Laney, Mrs. Sam Coble, Mrs. Joe n Miss Harwell and Miss Holt.. * » * Attend State Sleet Miss Ine/, Kincalcl, home demonstration agent for South Mississippi County, Mrs. E. S. Wiltly of Elowah, vice-president of ' the county council of homo demonstration .clubs, and Mrs. Gilbert Lynch of Victoria, secretary of the county council, left Wednesday for Couway where they will attend the stale Home Demonstration Council meeting nt Arkansas Slate Teachers College. Miss Kincaid 'will attend the Iwo-dny school of Instruction for Home Demonstration agenls. * • * Mrs. David Lee auti sou, Bruce Ivy. Jr., returned the last of the week Iroin a visit will) lier broil".'!', Rcbert Murphy In San Antonio, Tex., and other points of interest in West Texas. Walter Laney, Washington attorney and nephew of D. S. Laney of this city, was a visitor in the Lancy home Tuesday. Mis. E. A. Teaford and son, Ambrose, returned Monday from a week's vacation at Gullporl, Miss., where the latter visited Gulf Coast Huffman News \ Air. iind Mrs. R. jj. Hunt, and lamlly. of Osceola, spent Thunxlay I of lust week with Mrs. Hum's brother, J. E. Mclirlde, und fnmlly. Mrs. w. C. English of Gates,' Trim., Is visiting her brothers, Ocnt and Floyd Green, this \vcok. Mr. and Mrs. GeorBc Adams and children, jouim, Pnlriciu, and Donald, ol St. Louis, visited Mrs/ Adam's mother, Mrs. Men lit. over, the weekend. Miss Joyc Adams Is in St. LoiiLs for a few weeks' stay with relatives and friends. Miss l/.ola KturgaH, primary .eachcr of lluflman school spent Sunday in Dell with Wends und relatives. Tcnnic L'ract.in has brou quite ill fti 1 thp pnst week, Mr. und Mrs. Taylor Adnins, of St. Louis, spent the weekend with Mrs. Adam's mother, Mrs. Ulla Rav. Miss Viiyluia Merrill returned io St. Louis Mwirtny after a pleasant •stay of a few days In Hodman with her mother. Juke Jallii, e K O j 0 |( 0 CLEVELAND, O. (UP)—'l>nl'Jic I'litrohuan Edgar Robinson spent an unhappy. nAxious two hours In Jail here on tils wedding ilay. Fcl- IOK- patrolmen hucd him fr;m his bride's home and locked him up in the precinct Million on a "charge" of "being married." HELP KIDNEYS PASS 3 PINTS A DAY _ Doctors ssy your kidneys contain \5 milts of Ji»>- I ultra or filters wlijc?i help to purify trin blowl mid ktfjj you healths-. Kidnevs iciuove Mi:css nciils ami ]>0ivjnwj.? wwic (ram yo'jr bW.L They help most people pa&j about 3 pint* tVJicii (faunlcr of kidney [imctioii i)«rmila lioisuiious m:iU»r t;j remain in your blood, it tuny c;itisc nniTgiriK Jjackuchc, iticwnatic pains, 1^8 P.IIIJS, lijs.? <*f |n?p fiiVl eitCTirr, getting m> •-' cs ami iHr*inc>s. Frc-mcnt or Braiily jw cs wjtli Burling an<l buniiiii; siiinetiinca . v «ive tlieic is somcti>ini{ wnmc wHh your niifiitys V, inujdcr. J'ilfc. u*cd sucrcsafufty by niillir/fLa for ovor -it 1 years. Tlioy j;ive h^ijiji.v rcjicf nnil will help (he »na!c Iroin y<»ir bt'f-l, (Set Dion's Pills. TERM IN IX TERMINATES ;••>. 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