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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY. OCJTO Iteins of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News o[ Women Cardicell News Notes Society Calendar fc sioiml Women's meetings Monday evening at the Goff Hotel. Miss Clara R-.ible outlined the busi ness of the Marie H(able disi mcnt fe Mrs. Bo turned. Piano *.'.<• '• cl Merj'ltt tup,.' . i and refreshment ! fore adjournmenl iference and Miss 'I of Ihe round I Ihe cnlerlaln- Ihlrd dclegal?. •L not yet re- l?s Margar- •luse talks •rvcd be* Mte Grace Welib Is having the Wednesday club. Mrt. E. R. Mason is having a bridge party. Miss. Hazel ; Hardin is having a bridge party. ' i Mrs, Paul "Grecmvell and Mrs. I J. F.'lienU are having a benefit 'jridgb party for the Altar" sodety of the' Church of the Immaculate Conception at the social ;;-..!! at 8 0< The'centrBl Ward Parent-Teach-i Mj's. Marvin Uoblnscn, former cr - association will meet at the; president of the Elliott BHcher school at 2-30 o'clock. chapter of the United Daughters • ' -.! cf Hie Confederacy, went, to Ilcl?iin • tdclny where she Is to represent i . i the chapter at the state meeting. | Hngnnco, *™ s ' She will have the honor of mak- " cl ' llsc - May ' , ing the nominating speech In ask>• ing lor tl •>. election of Mrs. Mattlc L!,; Moi. -.sue, formerly of here and now ( Little Hock, as stale members iHic'.nl lo Ihe church roll in the pa:t year makes this congregation lend the North Arkansas Ccnterence In new members. . lo Alu . n(] Com . entlDn dark-Smllli A marrlSE- license was Issued today to Mis-, Elva Smith and Mr. John Clark, both of Burdotte. * * • * Ucbslnrk-Wlll Mis'; Kura Witt and Mr. Cecil Rebuild:, both of Hoscland, obtaln- ! cd n miming!! liiTiisc this morning. j Their marrliige is to tab; place at Hoselaml this afternoon. - was the e«csl of her cousin,-Miss '['aullne Robinson. B. F. Urogdon Jr., .who'attends the University of Tennessee Junior coll:go at Mnrtin, tpent the week- .end with his parnts.'' ' Tom Ncal Simpson Is going to Ullle K:ck today on business. Charles Andrews of St, Louis and Charley Bishop of Portand, Me., fare visiting friends in Card*-ell. I' E. M; Howard of Leachvlllc had business In Oardwcll Friday. Mlssw Rose Gorham, Marjoiie Ixive, Frances and Mary Jo Rlggs wer« Kennett visitors Friday. Mr. Ferguson of Pnragould was a business.visitor in Cardwell Friday, ' '.Mtss' 5,{elba Miller of Flint, J nirlved Wednesday for a visit with relatives" and ' friends here, W. P. Tatom und daughter Ruby iry society jet-' Thursday, October 1G, it the home o( Mrs, A. J. Rlchter. Mrs. Hulda Lynn and Mr. awl Mrs'. Robert Lynn and children, all of Desarc, . Ark., visited relatives here Thursday. Miss Ona Lee Hicklln visited relatives at Cap* Girardeau last week. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Bishop visited at Cotton Plant Thursday. MUs Mary Lois Fllppln visited her grandmother at Sllvevdale Friday and 8«turday. : The P. E. O. is meeting with Mrs. ; W. W. Hollipetcr. 'Thursday The Thursday Luncheon mc.ning with Mrs. Otto Ko- Mrs- B. A. Lynch is hav • Mid-Week club.- Mrs. J. Neol Gessell will be Ii ''"*•* »« ! Jj, , ' ^ Tenn., couple, Miss • and Mr. Thomas issued- a -marriage ess to the Young Matrons Bndt'e. Historian, 'is. Montague served llitvlng Club 'Mis May L. jMdridgc Is eillor- laining ilic Tiicsiv.y Bridge club tcdny. 1 her slsler. Mrs. W. Leon Smith, and i jofterday after a week's stay with her Lister, Mrs, Leon Smith, and family. Mrs. E. F. Blomcyer lias returned from Fiiy.jt'.cvlllc where she visilccl her datiglilcr^ Miss Virginia, .who Is ii student ut the slate university. Viigll rislwr spent the weekend i wllli friends ut Bolivar, Term. Mr, nr.d Mrs. J. H. Fisher have : as their guests lor two days, Mrs. ! May E Moore, state .supervisor I deputy ol the Royal Neighbors^ nnd Mrs. Salli: M. Scott, recorder of a Little Hock camp. Mr. uud Mrs. Lee Mjcdlln have as and children of Flint, Mich., are visiting her parents and other relative* here. Fred Matties, representing the Jonesboro Compress company of Jone&boro had businew in Card- wrtl Thursday. Hospital Notes Patteiils dismissed .Torn the Blytheville hospital today arc: Mrs. J. B«!-V Foreign wcitere, glans, Poleru, '»nd Italics, to ti*" 1 number of about 200,900 have bwp Imported into Fruice since tn« war. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Wheeler Callaway jr., city. CMtD Of THANKS The Nazarene .church and mem- ,bers of the W. C. Thornton family j are greatly appreciative of tho many kindnesses shown In tti; tragic death of the Rev. W. 0. Thornton, of Amity, Ark., who died'. Simmons, city; Mrs. John El- at the Blylhevllle hospital Sun.• edge, Hayll, Mo., and Marsh M. | day night from Injuries received lii' an automobile accident. in II. Is o: white a member of makes Bly- .. club. Ihe Jewish Ladies Aid Society] the xol y.uun is meeting witl>-Mrs. Carrie Stern-'tb.-.-i, - members endorsing her berg and Mrs. C. E. Coulter. ; nomination. j man .| K| | lcrc t(xlB ., Mrs. Floyd Wjiitc is having a] \viiile in Helena Mrs. Robinson. walker bridge parly. I Is the houscgucsl of Mr. and Mrs. I ' • • **"*»? j Fred W. Schalz who lived here for The WoR'in's club Is meeting nl a , lum b cr of year= the club house' at 2:30 o'clock. | . ." . , —— : : Pageant Given Baptist Women M«t j fot Ral | y Dlly The 35 memtors of the woman's; A program concerning Jnpun lea- missionary union In the First Bap- jtured the Rally Day observance of list church heard a program on;,thc Woman's Auxiliary In.tho First "Your State and Mine" Monday • Presbyterian church Monday af- afternoon at the church. j terncon, al the church, when Mrs. With Mrs. R. L. Rccder as lead-1 James 13. Clark presented a pager of the devotional and program' emit and pnmomliic. Mrs. George Miss Cordelia ' Wllhlte and Mrs. J. I R. Crcckclt conducted the dovo- W. Bishop offered prayers in be- : . Uonal. Binning the meeting. Talks by I Mrs. C. R. Babcock and children, Mrs Alvin Huffman and Mrs. Mike j Mary nnd Roger, Mrs. E<l«nr Bo- Buchanan and a prayer by Mrs. R.lrum, Mrs. Fred.Samlefur and Jns. A. Mahan for the revival were other ' Hancock, assisted Mrs. Clark in numbers presenting a vivid picture of this It wus reported, In Ihe business , ;nml - Gn } r costumes worn on tlie session presided over by Mrs, E. E.!P reU11 >" decorated stage added to Alexander, that $50 was collected i th « occasion, in the week ot prayer for st[ltc A Rally day collecl on was taken v ' I for the Vera Lloyd home and. tea ' served from n table set. with iv'sll- I ver service and with autumn flow-' e,rs and lapcrs for other decorn- i Lhcir gueit Mr. Medlin's mother, of • Bauxite, Ark. Mlf,s Ola Bob Harris and Ehlllr Hensiey. ,x,Ui of Slccl, Mo were ; Z^^™ "' "*"*** by .Justice Ed p „; Ford of Paragould| formcr cashier of a Blylheville bank many Goff nnd Mr. Ortjll ' Uushlng-Vntts. i The marriage-of Miss Oeraldlno | Polls antl Mr. Clay Hushing, both. 1 of Cooler, Mo, occurred, liore'Jlils | morning with Justice Oscar Atex- ycars ago, is attending to business In the city. .. . t '•• .Mr. and 'Mrs. A. E. SiCott visitors In Memphis Sunday. Mrs. J. w. Thompson a'nd Miss r. were 'arngould Friday. Lonnie Jones of Eugene, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wise and children of Independence, Oregon, are visiting relatives here. Mrs. M. Martin and daughter of' aisbcc, Arizona, visited Mr. and Mrs. w. J..Johnson here the first of last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Vail and laughter of Sllverdale were Card-, well visitors Thursday. • Mrs. E. J. Blncksbear of Silverdale visited he rdaughter, Mrs. A. R. Fllppln, here Wednesday. Miss Ola Garner ot Monettc vls- llcd relatives here the first part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bolin of Omaha, Neb., arc visiting Mr. and Mis. A'.. J. Ricliter 'here. Misses .Edith- Ladd and Ruth Brewer and Messrs. Joseph Rutherford and Groyer Fleeman motor-' ed'to I'aragoald Thursday'evening. Dr. and Mrs. Roy Keith'of Anna, III.-, arc visiting Dr.'and Mrs,' D. A.'Parker here. • : The • Methodist Women's ?.IUslon- aiider performlnE the ceremony. Bits of News Mostly Personal Study Racial Relations Mrs. -A. L.,Ragan was leader of the program at the meeting of the Lake Street Methodist church woman's missionary society Monday afternoon at the church when Mrs. Luuis Forbis conducted the devotional. "Racial problems" was the general subject with Mrs. O. J; Ro.1»cr& discussing "Home and -Race Rela- tions. Mrs. Babcock presided and Mrs. Byron Morse was in charge of Hie refreshment arrangements. Besides tlie 35 locnl members present six members of the Bas- sctl church nltended.. '" • Plans Mailc al \ Altar Society. Plans for the benefit bridge par- liBiuhips."... Mrs.- L. E. Gay, Mrs.ity Wednesday evening, a rummage C. I,."Orrell and Mrs. 0. A. i:.frank: snlc Saturday nnd the baznnr late also spofcj -on- the subject ar"l Mrs. | ijil November oicupleri members ot YV. J. LeRoy took iip the' v.'iirk of; the nllnr society of Ihc Church nf ihe young people in her talk. Aithe Immaculate Conception who duet by Mrs. Harry Sullivan nntijinetnl Hie rectory yesterday nfter- MlA'Alma Maloney; a poem "Do i noon. Your felt" by the leader mid a: The bridge parly will be in tlie- prayer" by the Rev. W. J. LeRoy I 'social hall and Mrs. Paul Green- concluded the program. i well al 042 Is In charge of reser- The 24 members and two visitors ! valions. present were served tandwlches pt> : The rummage, sale will be in tho nnd coffee by Mesdames Harry I building formerly occupied by the Wpidman, Hcin?r Davk and 13. B Fowler Drug store. LaShot. i ' ' ' Officers Naninl. i C. Ganske's Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jnckbon, of Osceola. were visitors in the clly Sunday evening. Mrs. C. M. Buck, acconmiuiloil | han, ^ by Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Francis Car-1 Satterlleld of Memphis, motored I Lois Mne Powell, of Luxora, were ; visitors in the -cily-,. during:i t|ic 1 weekend. - . >• - -•>;<?..'" ' Max Lognn an<J' j*ct- S*ib ntlendcd (he football phis Sunday: Mrs. Joe Hives :«hd-,M4ss' Elizabeth Spanri, of 'Lujjora, . shopped hore yesterday. '. • .'. " Harmon Taylor sperit Sunday in Momphls for the football game. Mesdames Russell Philllps-'-and Ruth Maluvn, . Miss Margaret' Mn- accompanied by Miss Mary lo Memphis today. Mrs. J. R. -Hancock „, a yeseray.-, j - ilon I • ••• • —• • ^ '' ^1 Mrs. Mary Locke Wa» -' : , penter, spent Fridny lu Memphis. C. M. Buck returned Saturday Mrs. J. R. -Hancock Is vlsltiii: from several ilayt spent In.-preen- friends In Memphis for a \K*k~ vll!<!, Miss., on business. "'.!•• j .Sheriff W.. W. Shaver'.attended Miss Margaret xMcDcarniin. "of j cour t in Osceola yesterday.- Luxorn, who Is a student at Union' University. Jackson, Tenn., : spei tho weekend at Luxqra nnd In thisj MI" - • city. While hem she/was the guest I "6therof 10 Children of Dr. and Mrs. I,"'RV Johnson. I, r • Miss Etlie! Emerson, of Hernan-1 Mnry Jane Locke wife 'of Wn do, Miss., Is tlie hoiujcguest of her. llam w. -Looke, who died Octob»r 10 al - her home near here, wns th- ! nrst daughter and the third chiL of Alexander and Lutitla Oeritrj She was born February 2,'1855, in Hardih county, Illinois." On.August 11, 1613, die-was"married to James -Nash.' 'Three "clill- DF IIS 1RIIS Knrd Kmjiio.vee Is Enthusias tic Over Relief Obtained From Use .Of New Medicine. • We Thank the Public For Supporting Sunday Picture Shows The management of the Ritz, Home and Corn theatres in the city of Blytheville, Ark., believed that the overwhelming sentiment of the general public was in favor of Sunday Picture Shows and for this reason as well as for business reasons operated a picture show at the Ritz Theatre Sunday, October 19th. I I W" I 1 The owner arrested and fine was paid. and one operator working at the Sunday show were on Monday morning were fined by the City Court. A Officers of Mrs. O. the Inler- thc First Spain Usrey, president; Sara Jo Little, vice president; Jane Hoilipeter, treasuror. studv for Sunday-school class in the i-pph ,, -mediate department'.ol the . ,L_;i .' Methodist church nrc: Mary Koyal Service Studied In the Royal 'Service Ihe Second Bapt.lst chi man's missionary union Monday afternoon, which met with Mrs. S. M. Singleton, there were U mem-- qccrolnry . ters and two visitors present. j" Tnc p „;. Mrs. 0. 'iV. Ricliards conducted ' cf tnc j r tti,-; lesson with Mrs. E. Z. New- i por ty Fr. torn, Mrs. Clyde Ellis, Mrs. Snm I o [ Mrs. 'Overton, -Mrs. -B- A. Morris, Mrs.} \V. M. Blay!«ck, Flora Dutilnp and ; Board ut Su Ben Garrison assisting her. Tor ! Have Dinnn- ?l.< the devotional Mrs. Mary' McAllis-1 The Rev. 1> i^. ter read from the fourth chapter of • Lynch were liostb Matthews. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. Carlos Wpp, served dainty refreshments lister, Mrs. J. T. Hall; nnd family. W. J. Pollnril spent - Sunday in Monctte. -.r- Mrs. Louise Slrncke and daughter, Anita, Misses Enrncstlne Holland and Edna Oarrctl molored lo Cairo Sunday for the dny. Miss Hnlllo Wllcoxson spent tl:oj rtrcn > Charles Henryj Alexander, weekend in Memphis.. i aiul J amcs William, were ihe result of this union. She was married for Ihe s°cond time to.Willinm W. Locke on December 25, 1880. Seven children Millie Florence, Mary Etta, nobjrt Reed, Mable Irene, George Hnrf'i- son, Martha Olive, and Ella .May were born of this union. i Those surviving their mother nre Charles Henry, in Oklahoma City, Ocorge-H., Martha, Mrs.- Fred B. Wahl, and May, Mrs. H. E. H:ir- gctt. of Blytheville. , -i . Besltlcs her children Mrs. Ltfae is survived _ by her husband, j n brother, John J; Gentry of'''Cavi- i a Hallowe'en t at ihe home Mrt. R. J. Doilsou has returned from LIlUc Rock where she was cal'ijd to be with her uncle wlio lias been seriously ill. Mrs- Gc'orKc Lange has returned from n 1MO miles motor trip through points of Illinois during :he past 18 days. She matte tin :rip nlbnc without any car trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Fluyd Wnrd, Mr. ud B. A !;>' mcm- \avds•iu ch for a Virilnrs Alttnd Meeting Mrs. May E. Mow of Rock, slate supervisor demily Royal Neighbors, and Hrr M. Scott, a recorder of a L that city, we're honored gt the meeting of the local i Con day evening. > For her. talk . Mrs. ^!oore chose ; "The Betterment of tte Camp" in J which she spoke of projects to be : carried out in this organlzatioii.-- Mrs. Scott-also talked briefly. I The sjrving of dainty refreshments featured the Mcial hour. 1 To H»ve I'^irly > Masons and their wives are to bo ' honored guests at a -party givon to- i night by the Eastern Star chapter | In the form of a spagetti supper at : the Woman's club. | -•-».» - - ! ConTentioti Reports | l-'catare'lhc Mettlng | Reports of the 'regional convcn-j tion at Hot Springs last week werei high lights of the Business and Pro- i iELCHING! hers, of the Bcnrrt : ,he Firsi Mclhodisi dinner meeting Monday ever.ing at the church. Fnancial reports showed tliat the and Mrs. R. J. Dodson and'-Miss Cllffia Webb visited in JoheEboro Fridny night. ' '-.',Mr. nnd Mrs. R. C. Dent jr., had "ns their gucsis Sumlny Mrs. Pimv- ilt Somnies of Detroit nud Mrs. Guy Brynnl of Osceo'.a. Misses Nanette nud Kathryn Brcv.-:ic, accompanied by Miss Elizabeth Hny,2s, Mike Lynch nnd Hill Jones, nf Memphis, spent Sun- tiny with Mis.y Martha Reynolds. Mrs. C. B. Driver, Mrs. Enrl Hatcher nnd baby, of Osceola, spent yesterday in ihc city. Marsh M. Cnllaway jr., who underwent a minor opevalion at Hie Blytbcvilte hospital yesterday, was In-Rock, III., arid two sisters, Sarah Smith, of Cavc-hi-Rock, - and Tda B. Clement, of McLeansbbro. 111. Throughout her life Mrs. Locke was an active member of the Christian church. Hard Times Put to Check on Dan Cupid's Activity The "marrying'' business continues to be on the increase here de- Billy Cooley, who intends Ili-n- is 1 one ie largest number recorded ' in dny since last winter Th"re i iinnv-"n I^KUI *.o -jitun ^%i lom. in., i --- j • ' -• • --....-i i iv ii i uiic (lily SillCC IfliSl Vi'lluCr Ti'TG 1 church Is in better condition uo'.v drix-Hcndcrson college at Conway, I have already been fi" this" month ! than it was at this time to*: yenr. -pent tho weekend with his parents, while in September there were fi(> j It was planned to meet again Fri-. Mr. and. Mrs. P. E. Cooley. for I!:; mitre month.- He •ie ,i e ay niglit for a report of money n ' collected by that lime. In the membership activities it \'.as anno :ced tha . Miss 'Tabltha Sudbviry Ins ve- turned from Tiptomille ai-.d New- l:pnl . Tcriiv, where' she visited for Jta "I was in' a- terrible, run down condition as'the result of stomach trcutle" snid Mr. Holla P. Andrae 1424 North" VantTiventer Street; St Lcuis. "Food did'not'digest properly and the slusulsrr condition of my livsr caused biliousness. M; cc-mplesion v.-a3 sallow and- I fell EO miserntle Hint I thought ' I would Imc (o give up my .work a 1 the Ford pl-ant. • But Kcnjola C2:nc lo my rc.':ue. "I decided to take the advice of a friend and try Konjola. I have .laken foiir bottles and all my• health troubles are guns. .My po.iipjexion has cleared - and I have gained strenjth and energy. I" look 'a.nd feel like a different persdh 1 '-. 1 ' ••'.• * .F^r-lfcs^uig and, complete -relief.il is recommended tliat six 'or eighl botpe|Jof : >Konjola .be lakcn. This pevf. .meiicine "welcomes 'Ihe most severe'tests, no matter' what elsel t'rleU.;has. failed. .' .; . . " .;! ,^rtoiijola is. sold .in- Blytheville|l Aikan|as • al' Kirby Pmg Stores!; and; byj;'aH"the best druggists ln[ an- : tovfns throujhout this eiiUrej s.ectio'ri. • • -' ' . , ew I ten days. \\':Ma at Tiytonvllle she from a Drops few of Oil Quick Relief Stomach Gas anlax: '. •>. 6 -' P A r K G^iRftN't-feI When your Ian riowa down — Bqueakt—tnd the ormaluro heals i up—put a few drops of "Standard" Household Lubricant on the hearings. Brings it to life in a jiffy. Squeaks dif.ippDar. The armature cools. A young typhoon blows across tli« rooml Then, in the future, oil it regulnrty, and keep it going at top speed. "Standard" Household Lubricant is tho light, high-grade machine oil specially mnrtc for household appliances. Keep a con handy! -Squirt can with spout, 4«z., 25c; bottle, 2-oz.. 15c. Ask your dealer. STANDARD OIL COMPANY OP LOUISIANA "STANDARD" HOUSEHOLD iLUBRICANT YOUR LAST CHANCE! TO GET ONE OF THESE Weather Prophets This arivcvtiscmert will r.oi, appear here again.' Act quickly. Our supply will not last long. These Little Weather .become known Hou'. .5 have vrryf widely for their accuracy lu foret cllir, g rainy wtnlncr. Cut Out This Coupon Gel a WEATHER PROPHET FOR 69c Regular $1.00 Value Mail orders lOc cxlra An ldo;il Gift r.uar.inlrcrt— Made in America When ihc v.calhcr is i bafl \v?athcr is appic licurs ehcad ol rain Hie weather belter ;u ports. II T:ic two chllrircn will bo mil, and when UT, the witch will come out, 8 to 24 .-now. The Ivygromelcr will forecast re reliably than general weather re. ,. has Tii. :-... ( .neter. Elk's Head, Bird's Nest, etc. ROBINSON DRUG CO. - Hexull Store At an adjourned meeting of' the City Council at tho "City Hall last .night after other business had been completed the Mayor called ; att:m- tion-of the council to an ordinance which he stated hj^rl |betii Jpreparal by himfplf and tlie City Attorney, neither of whom had 'aufhority "to: . introduce same, -which was'for the purpose of prohibiting the •qper«.- tion of Sunday picture shows or any kind of a show within the .city limits.-• . i-. ' The Mayor, asked if any of the council desired to introduce sarne, or if any person preamt desired to comment on same. The entire board of six aldermen ^yere present but neither, of thtTn desired to introduce the ordinance and in the abasTice of a sponsor for the ordinance the meuting was adjourned without any action on the ordinance. . Our picture show last Sunday was liberally attended. Wo thank the general public a.nd our patrons for thjs support. ' , ... , f ^ • We assure the public that Simtlay picture shows will not interfere with the morning and evening church hours as now scheduled. p. W. WdCUTCHEN MRS. O. W. McCUTCHEN FOR SALE Selling Out At Half Price All of the stock of the Blytheville Office Equipment Co., consist!iig of Underwood, Royal, Oliver, Remington, L. C. Smith and Corona typewriters, cheek writers, cash registers, desks, safes, typewriter tables, office supplies and fixtures. This stock was bought at Sheriff's Sale and price is made to move quick. Terms to responsible parties. Equipment Co. By J. HEIN

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