The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 20, 1939 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 20, 1939
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WEDNESDAY, SM'TEMKEll 20, 1989 BLYTIIEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIEH NEWS COURIER NEWS ' COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket Will Admit W. I,. Reeves & Companion Hlj'Uicvlllc, Ark. —(o tiie— RITZ THF.ATEH —to see— "EACH DAWN 1 VIE" FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia THURSDAY'S EVENTS Uaptlst Adult Union meeting seven o'ckck at church. Little Theater meeting 7:30 o'clock at cily hall. Altar society, Clmrcii of the Immaculate Conception, sponsoring a bingo party, eight o'clock, nl Calh- ollc Hall. Mrs. Russell Fan- entertaining the former Wednesday Contract club. Double Four dub 'meeting w itll Mrs. Howard Fmby. Mrs. Richard Dickinson having the Thursday Dessert club. Thursday Bridge- club meeting with Mrs. J. E. Patterson. Mrs. Moss; George entertaining Prosperity club, 2:30 o'clock, ' FRIDAY'S EVENTS Executive board, Woman's club, having lunch, one c'clock, at club. Literary society. Woman's club, meeting 2:30 o'clock at club. Dr. Smith Speaks To Lange Association Dr. Don Smith was the principal speaker'at the meeting of the Lange school Parent Teacher ass:- cialion .vesterday afternoon at the school. His subject was "Developments in Dentistry." Mrs. Rupert Crafton presided over the 'business sessirn during which lime plans were completed for the tag da.v to he held Saturday. Mrs. L,. S. Benish read the president's message. Of the 28 members present, 10 joined yesterday. The attendance prize went to Mrs. George M. Hunt's second grade. Honor Mrs. illcCry Mrs. Jack McCoy, recent bride, was complimented with a linen slioacr given by Mrs. Eugene Brown «t her home last night, Mrs. McCoy was before her marriage Miss Roseiln Leach. _ The eight guests played bing: in which game many miscellaneous prizes were given. Tile hostess, assisted by Mrs. Bob Powell, served refreshments at,,,the conclusion of the games. Bits of Newi X Mostly PenonaU Mrs. Znl B. Harrison Is spending this week In Rector «l(h her father who wns stricken with paralysis recently, she went over when her sister, Mrs, A. n. Holland, returned niter having spent last week more. Mr. and Mi-s. Sum Grimes, fcv- merly of here mid now of Troy, Tom., iiro visiting relatives hem. Mrs. Earl O'Neal nnd rtiuichteY, PAGE To Hold Ice Cream CaruthersviUe Society — Personal I'usi Matrons At monthly Dinner Mesdames H. V. Simpson an J. W. Davis were hostesses to th Pns.1 Mutruis Club Monday oven . lux "I Mrs. Slmiwon's homo o Walker avenue. Su miner gav den (lowers mlonicd lho llvin room nnd the dining room, A <!c llcious supper menu wos scrw wiifiet style )-,•:„! (ho ] MC d rolX! , (lining (able which wns ccnlcrc a colorful boiirmet of zlnnlii!, Covers were liild for guests ut fan fiimill tatjle.s- arrnnged in (ho llvlm room, A short business session h chnrge of the president. Mrs 0 G fold me all about it weeks ago, but I promised not to ten until it was announced formally." cake served at the conclusion o' HID games was in pink and white Mrs. A. G. Hall wns high scorer and Mrs. B. p. Potter, second his), unung the club members The "lies! prize in bridge went to Mrs. Hedge and high score in rook to Mrs Kigcr. Both were presented hand' pninlctl plaques. Mrs. -Makers was given a pottery vase for cut prize r Fraternity.',.'. . _ Ben Mac White lias been pledged to the Kapua Sigma fraternity at the University of Alabama at Tus- caloosi where he is attending the , engineering school this year. He is tlie son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben White and was a member cf this year's graduating class of the city high school. « • 4 Rvscnlliitl lilcclcri To Fraternity Office Harold Rosenlhal. son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenthal has been' elected vice president cf the Zeta Beta Tan fraternity at the University of Alabama al Tuscaloosa. He is a freshman ,al the school lliis year. . * * * To Uc Hostesses For Kingo 1'uri.j Mrs. Paul Greenweil and Mrs. Jack Thro will be hostesses for the bingo party tomcrrow nifht at eight o'clock al the Catholic Hail. The affair is sponsored by the Aiiar soiiely'of the Church of the •Immaculate Conception. * * * (las tlub i'arly A tall scheme was curried out in the decorations f;r the party given by Mrs. j. c. Ellis yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of the Tuesday Conlr.ict club and eight guests at her home. Mrs. C. L. Nabera. Mrs. Norwoor 1 Hedge. Mrs. T:m F. Martin am! Mrs. J. Ce:ii LOJC played bridge with the club members while Mrs George W. Barham. Mrs. p.usscli Barhnm, J.trs. . B. P. Ki»er and Mrs. C.^i\. Taut were rook guests. Ooidenrod. Japanese lilies, marigolds, zinnias and other fall flowers decorated the luine. Autumno! | scenes were designed fcr tire tallies. The dessert course of ice cream and Osceola Society'—Personal K.iiiiboir GUIs Elect Betty Butler was elected worthy advisor of the Oscocla Assembly Order of Rainbow Girls, at their first meeting of the fall season, it is announced by Mrs. Emmett Wilson, mother advisor -cf the group Attendance Large At Masonic Gath«ring OSCEOUA, Ark., Sept. 19. _ A large number of members and visiting companions were present al the special called meeting of the Osceola l:dge No. 57 Royal Arch Masons in the Masonic Rooms Monday afternoon to participate in and observe work in a ]) four decrees II was announced by E. R. Reid, High Priest of the Osceola chapter. Plans were discussed and tenla- Live arrangements made fa- organization of a Council on Oct. 12 The psccola chapter is one of the oldest in the slate and wns unusually active in [he past season', with a heavy docket fer (he fall and winter. Other officers in the local chapter are J. B. Bunn. secretary Jake Thrallklll. King; j. S . McChnts -CIICE: fc. n. Began. Luxora, cap- lam of the host; Lehman Williams, __, Ann, o( Jonesboro, nro visiting Mrs. O'Neal's pnrciib-, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Buck. Mr. Nctil motored them here when ho left on a week's business trip. , j. Miss Jcau Hichnrds L, serlcusly' Shcpnrd, followed dinner. Clamc HI at hcr-homc. 115 West Cherry . directed by Mrs. II. N, Arnold urn slrcel - ',, Mrs. n. A. Boono proved lo be Mrs. v. o. Miller, Mrs. Eiigeiii) unusually interesting •diirlni; l)u uickinson and Mrs. Harry Browii • soclnl hour. Indlvldiml prly.e won were In liylmlla, Miss, yesterday •'« Mrs. sibyl Moinil nnrt then i for Ihc funeral of j. B. Turner's Broup uvlic wtvs given In n rclnj mother. Mv. and Mrs. Turner had contest. ' goiie lo_Byhn)in several days be- '1'hc next meeting vjll be hek "" ' ' " October i(j when a supper will be fore nnd arc expected lo "return tins iifteincon. . Mrs. Russell Phillips ami Mrs. E. M. McCall nml daughter, Julia, '"n, fipent Monday in Memphis. Jiilnv Ann will return to Memphis' spent a week's vncntlc'ii with Mra -febhiil's daut-hter, Mrs. Burton Scud, and family. B. M. McCall will attend lo busi- icss in Ullie nock tomorrow Morclnnd Phillip Hollcman Ims Tcnn.. to attend sen-ed liy cue of Ihe church so- (.'lellra of Ihe Baptist church. * « < Olrls Auxiliary Met - .,.„..,,„„., * vl( ti Mrs. Abrnmlhy week for a lousillcclomy. Mrs. Monroe rtbernalliy eiiler- «f S i,M;,, P \^ 1 ""' " lul cll »'8litcr. tnlnwl members of the Girls Aux- wisi Wl le Ncuhut. have returned "tary Monday afternoon when (hoi from Arlington, Term., where they met In their rcgulm- .semi-monthly silent a wrnkv vnnntir L. o.... ,, 1C cllii B . Mrs. Abcrnatliy read (he devotional and gave Hie Dlble study Joan Pierce, Barbara Ulonicycr, Mnry Lyiine Abcrnntliy Lnverne Smith, Jnulce Stewart Mary Alice. Smith nnd Christine appeared on Die program. . -...verslty. He wns a mem-. I Jean Abeniiithv, president, " hud ler ol this year's graduating class' clmrgc of the business session which 'i IDG city Micli .school <v« 11/1,11^,1 .,...» % > Darcthy Jean Hlgglnson is able :o be out following tt montli's con- iiiemenl because of an Infected Mr. mid Mrs. E. E. Stanley have moved from their apartment on - . " ••"" ft ti<c muu». . •' Others named to servo with Miss '• J"' mcl ! Jal sojoiirner, Butler are Josephine Scurlock asso- F ' H - Bucklioltz; cf Memphis, elate worthy advisor; Dolores slice- "'""cntiis engineer with the Stau- makcr, charity; Ruth Fairi'e7 hoiie- I dar(l Oil Colll P-'>W wns an out-'of- Mildred Moriarity, faith; Flossie I town vis " or Williams, recorder; Esther Evans I ' ' ^ni^n^l^i, S^ i At Th ^S P itals ap^mti^'offi^^.^^or™! o . »^«^ ««P«». Holifield, love; christtae Gibson i"Xi«ed " '' Bnte Clly> liSion; Elsie Perkins, nature; Sue i w -!lls Ho- •!• 1 Capilola PCS-i Mo(line HMmo"^"Da;'i,^ ter, fidelity; Lurimc Wilson, patriotism; Marjorie Edrington, service; Mary Alam Gough,-confidential observer; Bloiso Smilli, enter observer; Hcien Jean stoille, choir dircctor; Ruth Taylor, musician. Installation of the new officers will be held next Monday night Sept. 25, at the Masonic Rooms, for one quarter from the Masonic kdge and Eastern star chapter lor the advisory l»ard arc J B. Bunn, past grand master o! Arkansas Masons. E. Smith D S Perkins. J. T. Coston, worshipful master ol the Oscccla lodge- u, c Rev. tester M. Bickford. Mrs George Raines, Mrs. Trnia Bandy.' Mrs. J. F, Fowler, Mrs. W. D' Kelly, Mrs. Einmett Wilson. Mrs Spence Williams. All officers serve only. Members chosen milled. 1 Mrs. Dale Miller,-city, admitted. Mrs, S. G. Shclton, city, admitted. Mrs, R. A. -Greemvay, Deil, dismissed. Memphis McLcmnrc Clinic Rebecca LaRue, Bassetl, admitted Memphis St. Joseph's Hnsriilal Mrs. Ola Hiiu-hey, CaruthersviUe admitted. Memphis Mrllioilul Hospital W. D. Bain. Slcelc, admitted. In the course of a year, Eni'- iish women , buy 2,000,000 dozen pair .of pi;re silk stockings' and 8.000,000 dozen pair of artificial silk stockings. —.. heard various cflicers. Delicious refreshments were served and (he (jlrls played a number ol outdoor games lolloping the meeting. Those present were: . Mary Lyime, Jean mid Fayc Alieriiatliy Dcmetra Brndshaw, Joan Fierce Lnverne and Mnry Alice Smith, Christine Ledbcttcr. Margaret Jane Orrroh, Barbara Blomcycr, Barbara Gallher mid Janice Stewart. » * » Joe Peck Hnyden, small son ol Mr. nnd Mrs, J. A. Haytlcn, who underwent an operation hi Mcm— -,^... B .„.., l )llls '"s 1 week, returned home'Sun- he New York Stcre. He is cxpceM tia >'- Mr. Hnyilcn drove down for ;d to return tomorrow. \| Jcc Pct:k antl llls "Wlhcr dial day. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Long of-' ' AUss E 111011 " 1 ^ KcynoUls left Memphis, .spent yesiurday and inst'' lny for n n"dolph-Mneon • • • - ' College at Lynchburg. Va., where ,shc:wili enter .on her junior' year at that school. ' ' Mrs. w. N. Pishcr spent Tuesday in Memphis shopping and visiting with friends, Mrs. Maude Bragg and Mrs •Vest Chlcknsiisba a ramie to '309 North Fifth street. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck were in Memphis yesterday on a business rip. Mrs. p. E. cooley is visiting her •laughter. Mrs. Elstner n. Bcall'i nd family nl Pino Bluff. Walter Rosenthal went to Bt.- -ouis Monday lo do fall buying for -, --, rf . ,..*,_, nuv.1 l no I night here with. ,Mr. Long's mother Mrs. John T. Long, and Ash street. She has been confined since Sunday. Mrs. Joe Mace in and daughter Mrs. W. fl. Dceg, of Austin, Tex.. Trcsslc Wllla spcnl the weekend In C'npe Glrardenu, Me. Mrs. Bniug "Build-Up": Way To Relieve Wo Woodpeckers do not carry nest- ins materials, been use they lay their cgs-s In a soft bed of sawdust •"•ccii-ccd as they drill for food in trees. Werl Optometrist "HE MAKES 'mi SEK" Over .Inc Isaacs' .Store Phono 540 KEAL COFFEE — ALWAYS FRESH BUY A PKG. TODAY Many weak, run-down women i\re in a vicious circle. Their undernourishment often lends to what is called tunclion'al dysmcmirrheu and its symptoms —headaches, nerv- 3iisnc-«s, irritabilily, intermittent cramp-like pains—from which many 1113 "tn .romen suffer. Surest >way to break Ihe pai the vicious circle is by building i period. men s rain strength ntid energy, which « many nml. may be done with UK help of CARDUI. H stimulates appetite, aids digestion, nnd thiii help, in this "build-lip" of pliysf- tnl resistance. \Vomcti aLso repov Uiat. If taken Just before nnrt dnr ins "the time," CARDUI lessens and discomfort of the SeV"' 1 "" C """ lff " * ' S '^ « r «, £ M «; ill, j ?; w !° ls "'"" lcnt '» «« ±^W"'l "«*?'». hw been -., Ml, Her condition Js"soJiie- what Improved at this tlnto how- Mrs. Wyman Ulllmni] who Ims S V" 1 " 0 " 1 '" " M «"l'lllJ! llOS- l>llm for scwrnl days, returned licmo Sunday. Mr. Dlllm,., wont down for her. she will b c confined lo her homo tot seven} days yd. She Is sitHcrlttK (roin u particularly .tuuborn ciisc or malaria, Mr. nml Mrs. j. a. Young I.uve , -- - • •%... * I_MIII£ HUM.' nn apartment In the OiwJoUii iVpnrlmculs on Carlelon Avenue Mr. nml Mrs, i,| O y ( | Rogers left SiiiKlny for Knnsits city. Mo., where (hey will sucnd SOVMR , (lnvs M Edgnr Hcnick ol Blythevlllc, Ark ' Mrs. Rogers' mother, i* (llk | llg cnro of llic skic while they nrc Mrs. Ivci'son Miehle nnd Mrs flihcrty Pltikley of Poi'liigovllle, AIo., drove to Memphis Mondny, They relumed Hint evening nnd Mrs. Mnlllc tee Tuekcr itccomna- ilcd llien, home nnd will spend iovcvnl days here us Ihc riucsl cl Mr. and Mrs, Ja.s. ft. Moore. Mrs. Hoy Almvvarth entered u Memphis hospital sundiiy for nn operation for ni-ulc n|>pendlclls Mr. nnd Mrs, Clyde llnrpor spent he weekend In Wynne, Ark., where they were euesls of rclullvcs mid To HoW OrdinatioB Service* At Church . mid-week services for the ordination of two young ,,,«! l£ Ihc Full aospcl Ministry will |, c ms| been colled lo the First Baptist fliiuvli Hi 7:38 o'clock, Mlllon aralMin nnd Ellis Dur- iicUu will he cidiilncr!. Mr.-Qriilmni Ims Don called to (ho First DnpUsl church «t Melbmirii, Ark,, nnd Mr BHi'iicUo lo thp mi-view church „' ihts county. The ordination Council win consist, of deacon of thu Fhsi church jlHn-i-hDs 1 }', 51 ihh'cmml • f ™" ° th0r •'. B. Tllniiin, i, ns (or of (ho osce- old Httptist ciuii'ch, w oi-dlnntlcn scniio)).' ••v*%* «vv VIC4UU ' - * * Sapper Thursday Niffct The Piomlsed Land communto is sponsoring an ice cream'supper ihursday night at 7.30 o'clock «t Ihe scliool, (he Rev. A. W Karris pastor of lho Promised , Land Methodist church, said today Proceeds from the affair will go to the church. Home made Ice cream und cake will be served, Tho capacity ol nlr, or space, for holding Invisible moisture doubles with each Inciense of 20 degrees' Fahicnheit In temperature. One Of Nature's Greatest Aids For i ^ Baby;- Pemiscot Singing Group Will Elect BEFORE A COl^ GETS A REAi STAR? Use n lew drops ol Vn-tro-nol. H'srf fe « "^ womlcifnlliclpln VIC§t£ pn-'voiuliif} cold; _•_***'** from dcvcloritiig. VA-TRO-NOL Ofliccra of (he Pemlscol n issocinllti, will be elected Bu .. nil be held ut Mlcola, Mo., four lilies north ol Slcclc. Vlslllng S !i)g cls n ,. c ' ex , )cctc( | (0 e l>rescii(, n. l,', L, Smith, p rt . s l. lent, snu «„ ho tfAm \ „„ j/. •on to tlie public lo nttPiid, 13 Ihe Kind of rest lie can't get if'diV Itirbcd Ijy btiriiTiiij, itching, holWini! ol ( IQ many bkin Trrll.itlum which arc likclylolur(iueliisteniJcr,ui!!iti\ci,kln. I Hal i \s-liy wise mothers—.iftcr every huh ntid dun™ of dijuir— remit on the rc-,1 mci lrcat«l comfort gl MCWMI lieu I'lwlor. A mere dath ol Miami won\ E lvo (hi; wme results. So make jerlain Hut 50,, Kel M e>ical , l'ow<lcr now. New s , ze c ™i' i— -'-- itiua..Sol<l , ' Jverylliinj; for ytytiy enter (ainmonl and cntufort. Witch Society P«jf Of Courier Newt F«> Free Show Garth Weds. - Thurs. SAVE! To ST. LOUIS KANSAS CITY & CHICAGO on fhs Ffisco'j popular dayligdf frain "The Sunnyland," ormmg St. Louis 3:55 pm... air-conditioned coaches trie "Snack" carserving the meals wi!rt budget appeal Connecting Service io Kansas City :IPod«t Lv. Si. Louis 4:10 pm At. Kansas Cily... 9:30 pm Connecting Service fo Chicago Lv. St. Louis 4:30 pm Ar,Chicago..,.., 9;25 pm 4:05 pm 9:30 pm Wabaifi 4:25 pm 9:35 pm For ticltsft andinfofmatlon coil lho FRISCO TKKE-T AGENT THIS DUO-THERM FUEL OIL HEATER £ price tag on this amazingly low-priced • Duo-Therm says "YOU SAVE"—in big letters! For here is what you get: Genuine Duo-Tbermi With patented Bias-Baffle Burner. Most efficient burner made I Special Waste- Stopper that gives you more heat for your money, greater comfort, and saves oil. Co-ordinated controls—and many other great Duo-Therm features. Only a few at this low price I Buy nowt • EASY TERMS/ ! ) ? S ?'A L , LKU ri{Kf ' ; T0 AlV OI'TSIDE SUPPLY TANK. »0 GALLONS OIL GIVEN" WITH EACH INSTALLATION. CAGNEY-RAFT EACH DAWN I DIE JAN! BRYAN-GIORCE BANCHOfl in Wards Semi- Annual Sale, for Infants arid Tots! )si> Paramount Kenv * Community Sing. . Admission Matinee il ICc * lOc & 2Go s s s 5 $ 5 J Friday, Sept. 22 !CO Good Reasons Why You Should Attend Matinee or Night 5 5 $ f Admission tlttajs l»o A Jfatlnwa Frl.-Sat.-Sun. Solo! Girls'59c Dresses New Inbfast plnlds, checks. Many with panllcs. Sizes 1-6. Sale I S9c Sleepers Hcnvy riu-knil cotloti. Elastic drop seals. Double soled loot, Sale! Boy»' S9c Wash Suits Wasb.-iblc, long*- wenritiff col- tons willi bu!lon-or pants. 2-G. Sole) 59c Toddlar Sulls I'inucs, poplins I Many willi white blousco; dark panties, 1-3. Salcl 59c Baby Shoes Noil-slip soles; while elk-finish leather. Strong counters. 1-1. Sale I 49c Diapers ... 6 for 27x27 soft absorbent cotton blrdscyc or flannelette. Infonfc' Gown or Wrapper 25 " Warm, full-cut open-front cotton flannel wrapper. Warm, open- Iront-or-bacK flannel ROwns, Infant*' Sweater Coats 79 C Notliinr; like a "button-on" to i prevent colds or tantrums t All wool I Hand embroidcredl Sale I Elastic ribbed knits that !itt, litllc diesis smoothly am warmly. Long sleeves. Full 36x501 Wardi 79c Blanket Dressier, rayon covered gum rubber with ventilated sides. Elastic waist and leg openings. Weds. - Thurs. PAL NIGHTS 2 admitted J. W. ADAMS, M sr . 5lh & Main 35" Warm,, stay.fluffy, |m por irf cotton. Wide r rayon saiin ends; stitched sides. Pink, blue. Soft, lustrous', mercerized cot- Ions that hold their shape, Reinforced. White -1-6^. Double Rolled Top Anklets 10' Extra absorbent (double crotch) Extra comfy (elastic waist band) Combed cotton. Knit to fill Rayon plaited cot- Ion for conifort. Reinforced toes and heels. ^ pretty .pastels, AIQNTGftM-ERY'.WABD I Colaloj Order ServJco save! you money on Ihoumndi of olfisf ilcmil Uio Worrfi MonlMy Poymtnl Plon on any pvrchasei of $10 or.morel MMICANISPOWOER | 401) W. Main St.

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