The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 14, 1939 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 14, 1939
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8LYTHEVUJJB, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS COUK1ER NEWS COMTUMKNTAKY TICKET This Ticket Will Admit Hftry G*Mcn t CoH)]uuio» ' Manila • R1TZ TUEATEK —U> M*— 'Ad«|itures 9t Shertot* Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Executive board, Sudbuiy Parent association, meeting 3.30 a{ school. Mrs. Johnson At P»rty Last Nifht Mrs, Jess Horner, Mis., Greer and Miss Lois Hooper entertained 2§ guests at the Hqrner home last night at a party nnd miscellaneous showei given [01 Mis. Raymomj Johnson, r«C?nt brid?. Mrs, Johnson a as baforo her marriage at Cutiilhersvillc, Mibs Thsluu Wells A ^hlte sveddlng tell \\RS arranged about, the chandelier"in the living loom White streamers nt- t^ohed to tlie boll evtendcd. to vnn- 01s point;, about the room where presents were hidden. In cairylng out the white color > .scheme miniature silvei wedding 6eHs,tt«d with white satin ribbon:, were £Uen as favors. BoiKiMets ot dahllns, marigolds, crape myrtle and other fall nowcrs w«fe arranged about, the Homei home. A hevt mctif was used in the salnd plate which was served with iced tea nnd mints. Aftei the gifts had been opened, the guests played hearts High score p.rizci. ash, trays, went to , Mrs Bernard Jaggers, and low score prize, a placque, to Miss Jessie Srlte. * » • » Are Quests of Club Mn> Ben w. Harpole Ji, and Mrs • Harold Schnec wcic guests ' pJ Mrs James Teriy yesterday afternoon when she entcilalncrt memters.of the ADO BUdge club with a party at her home A dessert course was served at the co/icHisloji of [he guinea in which Mrs Tern Phillips was high. scorei among the club mciuiieis and Mrs Harpolc, among the BUesls. , " t * Hn\e Picnic Supper Fourteen boys, some of whom are leaving this week lor colleges, were entertain^ at a supper pally last night at ,the home of Mi and Mrs V. s. Brans-n in compliment to their son, Cecil,'who left last night' after the' party for Grecn- castle, Ind, -.ihere he attends Dc- Psuw University. A fried chicken supper was served the group on the sun poich Lnlei the guests listened to the radio. Plan Supjxr Meeting "A "supper •fcr'ttiembers of the Business Girl's Circle, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baplibt church, was planned loi Tuesday night at the chinch when the .group met last'night at the home of Mrs. H. H Brooks. . Dr Rlna NIC? h&o; t)ic devUion- al on ''Love Divine" She followed the dc\otional with prayer. Speakers on the program were. Mib^ Willie Davis nhose subjeot \vab "Healing All Manner kf Disease", Miss Minnie faster, who talked on'"Binding Up the Broken Heajt- cd", ?ind Mrs W. -L Clurk Ji , wliose topic was '-One Whoso Theme of- Life :Was Love", Mrs. Harry Fr,iU(ns sang a s:lo, "A Uttle Bit of Love". Dr. Nics gave the closing prayer Refreshments o[ ice cream and caVc v,pre served the 11 members and fivcg uests, Miss Annie Lee David, Miss Dorothy Bouint, Mrs. Brocks, .Mrs. Fritzius and Mrs. Tern \V. Jackson. * « •* McClurkih Discusses Abnormal Psjchelogy .W; P. I.fcClurkin, superintendent of. schools, discussed "Abnormal Psychology" as applied to small children at the meeting of the Junior-Senior .Parent Teacher association yesterday afternoon at the high school auditorium. Ke,: pointed,- cut. that the home, tchool and church were the factors Wfhlch moulded the child s character. Tlito talk was the first In a series to be given this year on the topic, ."Modern Youth." The news letter was read by Miss Rosa M Hardy, principal ot Uieliigh school, and the president's message Miss Monta Hughes Miss Kalhryn Orear and R. N Hill plajcd the second movement ol Tschalkowskj's "Fifth bjmphuiy' as" a piano duet / ,' Miss Hardy and S K Garrett S. principal of junior high school, in£, Iroduced the new teachers on their ~ !** {; During, the' business session, i i wag decided to have a picnic sup per', Oct. 10 for the fathers and , • Miu LOUIK Angel TEACHER OF Dancing . J. , ANNOUNCED the opfninj of her studio, Monday, September 18th FLAPPER FANNY ncws £or &°i us - f ^- tjic -«™ taic "^ allergic to- amiles. Bit* of Newi Mostly iqthers of junior and high school '.udcnts. The nttcndnncc , prize went to Irs. Farmer Enalnncl's hoiue rociji. * • • » on Itorn A son ivns born to Mr. ni\<l Mrs. eonnrd Cnmpbel! Wednesdiiy uft- -noon at the Walls hospital. The iby who \ycighecl eight mid three ourtlis iioiinds has been named Wry Leonard.-Mrs. Canitiboll wns inncrly Miss Inez Snydci 1 .' •ifty Students Jit Steole Area Attend Colleges STEELE, Mo,, 'sept, 13.—There re npproxliniilcly 50 students living i this vicinity who are attending aligns colleges this lerm.iApprox- nntely 25 «rc Icift'lng this week. Ayiong them are Miss Louise Beckham, Miss Rowenrf.Cnmiibeil, flss Q'Bcll McDanlel, MISs-GJcii- ean .Jones, Miss Doris Prazler, Jlss Helen Cahoon, J Miss Mclbii /llson, L., M. Harper, Jiunes lown, Junior Barnctt, and Burtl uhoon, all of whom arc attending tntc Teachers college at Cape' pl- ardeaii. L. E.' Cooiier Jr. will bn- Br Vnndcrliiit College, ^fa5llvllle, 'enn., Meivln Kcnlcy, Joe Cnhopn nfl MJss Minnie Elizabeth Taylor re leaving to nlleiid Missouri 'nivcrsHy at Columbia. ' .Miss, Adtno CoiieJancl and Miss ubyn Barker «rc leaving lor Stale eachcrs College in Si)ringricld,.Mo. Miss Martha Wnre 'Bobbins' will liter Lindcnwood College at St. "•harlcs, Mo. Miss Mary Decine lark, Miss Christine Burnett and hondal Burton will attend A. & I.'College at Jonesljoro, Ark. : . ' Elbert Lawhon is leaving tor iulfport, Miss., to enter .scliool Hsses Dorothy Nichols and Helen -*ster nro attenrtine a biisincs ollegc in Tupelo, Miss. Ruble Burns will resume hi; Indies at the School of Minos Mtss Mary Jo Bucliaii'mi aiid Miss Odessa Mcahec went 1 to' Conway, yesterday to enter CeiHva.l college. 1 Tlfcy WCFC graduated Worn i the city high spliocl • li\ the spring The Rev. iwd Mrs. W. jOconloy and son, David, of Jqlner, spent yesterday here 'with Mr, and. Mrs P. E. Coqley. mid Mr. 'and Mrs M. T. (vloqn, '.-..; Mrs. Gecrge Ervln of Long Beacli, qallf., wliq is visiting Mv. and Mrs. O. C. Wadjey, will ro- lurn hqing Friday. Coleman Stevens went to Coinvay this inornbig to attend Heiidrlx college ns a spplwmpfe. He has spent the s'luninor vacation, with hi? purehts, Mr. and Mrs. c. S Stevens.' -.-.-• ' Mrs. T. J.-Mahan is.. now > able to walk on- crutches -following the removal cf her cast, at .Campbell's clinic in Memphis. Tuesday, she was placed. In the cast eight -weeks ago when she fractured her hip. Mrs. W..H. Jones of- Pn'vagoutd, and her granddaughter,.Miss. Mary Jane Weldman of .Cincinnati; 0., and Miss Mary Jane Dover: of si Louis, were the guests cf Mrs! Jones' ^laughter, Mrs. Floyd A. White, and family yesterday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. C. S. ! Stevens and son, Coleman, and Mr. and Mrs. :. of Osceolal spent 609 Are Enrolled In School At Keiser THURSDAi',; SEFrEMBER M, i93!> : OSCEQLA, Ark., Sept. )3.-Slx huixjr^i and nine pupils were enrolled the 'first week- of the Kclser Consolidated School, including one hundred ninety-three In the junior 'an'd senior high scliool, It was stated by C. M. Dial,- superintend- ant,; who 1 begins his first year in charge of the school succeeding W.- E. • Plgg, superintendent for the past twelve years. B. O'.. RlohaiMscii of Batcsville comes as the hew principal. Other members of the faculty are Mrs. C. M. Dial, mathcinatica and social science; Mtss Mildred Swann, English and Social Science; Mrs. W. B, Pigg, English and Latin; Jaines B. Weslerflcld, Social Science mid Coach; Miss Mary Ann Fnulkncr, Commercial department; Miss Eda Mac Burton, Home Economics; R, o. Richardson, Mathematics and. Science; Miss Robbie OoiKW, Music. In tlie elementary scliool are fust grade, Robbie Lee Jcnes, Mary Alice Stuttle, Wiley Quinn; second grade. Charlie Mae Wright, Mary Cohen; third grade, Mollie Sue i Stearns, Knlherine Loftin; fourth grade; Mrs. Inez Dobte Wcster- fieM, Mi'.<j. Mildred Montgomery; fifth grades, Mrs. W. C. Walls; six-Ill grade, Ruth Bradford; Shady Bend Wing school, Otis Mc- Cornuck and Florence Densinore. Scout News Boys • Girls Hollo, Mo. Wnllnce McCollum will attend a scliool nt Kirksville where he' is Btudying medicine, AIIIOIIK those who will leave later are Miss Loiilsc Stecle who w(ll ill tend business college In Cliilli- qqlhc and Mtss Thcda Jo Hudson who .will attend a business college h> DeU-oit, Mich. At The HospjtaU , - ' \Viills hospital Born , to Mr. nnd Mrs. Leonard Campbell, pity, n son; weight, eight aiict .tliree fouitiis pqunds. . -0'' '.' Hamp Austin, city, dismissed. . BlytlKiVllle hospital. .Carlos Evans, Hnyli, admlUcd.. {larolti Elvis Martin, oltv, nd- mittcd. .-,'.•'," -., Mrs. Pauline Anderson; city, dismissed. . ,-.Cletus. Marie Lucius,-, city, dis- "missetj. • •.: Memphis Mcl.oniorc'Clinli! • Miss Mnbel .Wilson,' 'Marie, ad- miltctK ' ; V .Memphis H.ipdst hospital Mrs. E. T. Hubbard, Osccoln admitted, Joe Hnydcn, Onruthersville- admitted; - DERBY, Conn. (UP)—Deatli.sct lied Arthur Goldstein's lawsuit against Waiter WHJowdcl over''a coal. bill. - A week : before ttio suit was .to be tried, Wltjowskl tiled. Three days later Goldstein succumbed to a hcart-ntlack. . -TOO J,,Vl'B ..TO .CI.ASSIKY . FOK Kent 2 room furnished apartment. IDS \V. Kentucky. Phone (583. l,4|>k?l . , For Kulo tavsc Bui-rough's Electric -Adding Machine cheap. Tern Little' .rolet Co. n-cl Bedroom suite, kitclien vango, dresser/ xvashstand, washing inachln.e, sowing machine. Mrs. Fannie Baker, phone 727. ll-ck-1.8 I'VE OFTEN HEARD UPTON'S FLAVOR is RICHER _A(OW I KNOW IT. 1 _AND JUS1" ONE CUP MAKES ME FORGET HOW OH. WE AU SWEAR . 8V UPTON'S AT THIS HOUSe!_ITS GOOD . tCONOMV,TOO-MORE ' THAW 200 CUPS TO THE POUND! lERE'S why Upton's is Amur- L icas most popular tea: I, W«ld-Famovi flavor-stnooih, full, rich, delicious, 1. Tsnisr tounj Uavsi-and luj- ciqus, fiivorful buds-^ivc cxtr i (rigraacc and bouquet. J. BUrinctiva Bl« n d —witb choice' teas from Lipion's own Ceylon gardens. r l 4. Ieonom!col->oiiu5c IMS Upton's per cup-ii's so rich in ta\or. Rol -th Robeit Baxter has returned Meeting- Nights Announced Troop 37 \, m mccl Mo ; lda . llighl llt seven o'clock at the First Pres- 1 1>) ' tcriim clil!rch - Dr - p - D: » Smllh ' is scoutmaster and Charles Cald- Worslcy. Mr, and, Mrs. E. •&', Newsom Jr. spent Tuesday In Paragbiild.- J.'O. Fullertdn, agrlcultiira) agent of Mississippi ;Coitnty before .he tic:- cauic a district''agent, vfslte'd' Mississippi county today on u. tcur o( inspection! ' Mnrkey- Bc.U of Washington, D. C., Is spending a few days tiqrc with his -brother, Mitchell Best. He is en route to.Washington from MeCrory where ho has been visiting his lamlly. Robert Jontr.-has returned to Richmond, Va., where he is a sbph- btnore at the : University of Richmond. He has.'beeii spending tlie summer here with .his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill : Jonlz. Hulen B.-Williams left Momlay for. Coinvay where he'is n student at Heiulrix college.. He is a junior there this year. -He had spent tire summer here with his parents, the Rev. ana Mrs. E. B. Williams. Miss Marjoric Warren left this morning for ^ynchburg, Va., where she Is'a student at 1 Randolph Macon college,-She was motored as far ns Mchiphis by her inittlicr, Mrs. P. E. Warren, and Miss Evelyn Smart. ;.' •• ... troop. Troop 38 Mil! also meet Monday . night at seven c-'elock, but their I place of meeting wilt b« the First | Christian church. Roy Rea is scoutmaster of this, group. At these meetings, plans will bo announced for the Father and Son banquet to be held Wednesday night, Sept.'20. At that time the program for the year will be outlined. THREATENS YOU QO THIS To liclp prevent colds developin V s * *' 1>s specia at flrsl watmng sniffle or sneeze. . VA-TRO-HOL New Under-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiratior (. Docs not rot dresses — does : riot itriuic sicin. .2. No wailing to dry. Can briiscd righl after shaving. ). Instantly stops pcrspir.-uion fot 1 to 3 ihys. Removes odor front perspiration. 4, A pure while, grcasclcss, stainless vanishing cream. 5< Arrid has bcccr awarded the Approval-Sell of i.lic American Institute of Laurulcrinl;, fot being harmless to fabrics. 1.5 MILLION jars o! Anid i«ve been sold. Try a jar lodayt ARRI3 vsd by Goctf Ha-Jis>*scma t-i S rou Flatter Your Feetl Smart Footwear . Hlack, ISroivn, (tliic aiitl ' (Jre«n in Suede, I'atcut ;i»d Kid. : 95 . s 3!i tu liJ. IViilllis AMA to KEE. SGI100L GIRL OXFORDS Black, Brown, Tan, \Vhifc . 'with Rro'wn Sitriitlc, White C-riO r ' wjUi-Mqccnsin Toe, Brown & k ts*1 «-ilh, ftlocc'«sin Toe, iitrowii ^ t.tnd Beige with Moccasin ... ' -• . Toe, Beige with Moccasin b "" w > to »- AAA Toe. • . • . POLL PARROT SHOES FOR BOYS AND, GIRLS The Family Shoe Store Shoes fin men, for women, for children. Wc'ie all s,el to supply voiir whoc I,imi)> & nectl-s mil. the best-looking:, host wearing shoes von ever £aw! hvci-y .vcar IHnney's sells • literally millions of pairs of shoes, •lhals one reason our shoes siriiuly ; have fjood—so mativ people can I be. wrong-'! Come itvand sec (he new slvlcs. Yon, loo will agree that fur HIGH QUALITY and LOW PRICE iWney's shoes can't be li«l-! Boys* and Girls' School Oxfords 10 STYLES in GIRLS' OXFORDS . 5 STYLES IN BOYS' OXFORDS. The inc-st complete selection of SI 08 school shoes we've ever shown in the MISM;.S' and Older Beys' sizes! Blocks and browns! AH leather: Save your lime and money—shop Penne/s first! A smart complement, to any sports costume. Note the smart patent leather vamp lacings, . . the clever perforated desixm. Ol smooth leather with Icaliier soles am! heels. RubDer taps! All the qualities that mate long, hard wear and neat pearance. Smooth leather i:ers with tcallier soles heels, rubber taps, .One of many smart styles! ap- up- and our They're all leather, too! Smooth leather uppers in wing tip styles. Leather soles and heels. Made with welt construction! 'You'll get exceptionally long wear and good looks In these big values! Grained le sr in rich antique finish! '• . , Oi ' 3 e 1 o w, •^ •'* servative bal Goodyiar Youthful spovt- iter in -,'ia)H- id Dressy -«• i n g tip, boot typo leather "heel! ' Smooth toe o;:- forti for a!l 'roihul .-.c 'Men everywhere arc demanding Town- .ci'afl shoes! Towiicrafts fire <|iia)ity-buitl by master . shQ.o-crafters—from lifie m <i- LcrhjlH! 'They come in a wide range ol' popular 'styles and are sold only at Penney's—at the Jow-for-cash prico of 2,98. Come ia today and check 'those real shoe values iii Petiiiey's. 1CIAL FEATURES! Montlii iigo our shoe ou\cr-> conlriictod for thoiioands ol paifs of those -3 all toathci shoes 1 Because of the tr.o^ mendoui PURCHASING POWER of 1557 stores they bought tliras at a BARG VIM PRICi! 1 We are gla'4 to pass the savings en 10 you v $1,47: * For Boys and Girls •Like'.Big-Sister's! OXFORDS Monk Straps . Slzp.i HI', I.-, * j . ^F Sizes &t'j (o i Mads over a correctly ctesUnJd last, that Insures proper foot development and maximum service.- Sturdy, smooth leather with long-wearing leather soles and rubber tap lirels. A'grown-up'slyie ttiat will ds- llghl any little ••girl.' of shiny black patent; .leather • wltli smooth leather trimtning. Suiarl i;erfcratiohs._; nnd- cut - oiiw. Leather solesi s rubber tap heels. Improved Design! Nurses* OXFORDS Ihey will keep their neat, tilm shape and smart appaarauce through long, hard wear. Strong steel arch shanks! Soft kid uppers, all leather counter;, Insoles and outsotcs! Rubber tap heels!

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