The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 25, 1939 · Page 2
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-.PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET -Tills Ticket .Will AdmH E. L. Farmer & Conijunlon - - • BIythevilte ' ' —lo lie— RITZ' THEATER —to set— "Stop, Look and. Love" Social .Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Order of Eastern Star having stated meeting 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. "John Featherslon * enlcr- taming her bridge club. Mrs. A. G. Hall entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, inwing state mis- stuns prcgram, 2:30 : o'clock, at cliiireh, WKDVE-SDAY'S EVENTS Mn. Tom Phillip;, entertaining •ADO Bridge club. Town and Country cl«b meeting with Mrs. G. G. Caudill. Woman's Missionary Union. Firsi Baptist clmrcli, having "state missions program, 2:30 o'clock, ai church. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mis. Roland Green entertaining former Wednesday Contract club. Thursday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Charles Alford. Mrs. Ted King having Double Four Bridge club. Thursday Desseit clulj meeting with Mrs. Dee Hammock. Ruth Elaine Blythe Weds William Malin Miss Ruth Elaine Blythe, daughter of Mrs. John Wesley Blytlie, became the bride of William Irwln Malin, son of Mr. ana Mrs. T. R Malin of Daniphan, Mo., In a simple . ceremony Saturday night at 8:30 o'clock. -St. Stephen's Episcopal church was the scene of the wedding which was performed by the Roy Matthew A. Cuiry, priest-in-ciinrge Flo:rbaskets of dahlias and gladioli decorated the church, the nltai- of which nas illuminated by \\htte tapers. Only a few Intimate frientls and members of ilie two families were present Mr. Malm's mother was the only out cf town guest. C. M Buck, uncle ot the bride, gave her in marriage, she was nttonded by her sister, Mrs. Prank Greer, while George Smith attended Mr. Malin as best man. The bride \vore a costume suit of black and navy blue. The Reich model was ornamented with geld clips at the neck and a gold "buckle at the waistline. Her hat and shoes were black while other accessories were in the blue shade. The bndn! corsage was of pink rose buds and valley lilies. Mrs. Greer -aas dressed in a blue wioien .suit with which she wore black accessories Her corsage was o> . Talisman roses. Fallowing the wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Malta lelt on a brief trip from which they returned this morning. Per the present, they are at jiome at 124 Dougan avenue, Mrs. Malin is the oldest daujhler of the late John Wesley Blythe and a member of a pioneer family of this secti:n for whom Bljtlie- ville was named. She was graduated from the city high school and has served as city clerk for several years. Mr. Malm was educated in schools in Louisiana and Texas. He came here ten years ago t: be connected v ith the Chicago Mill 'and Lumber Company. He is now associatct. with ' the Blytheville Steam Laundry. To Have Last 'Assembly The last Workers' Assembly i> the Sunday sch.ol year will be Iit'.i'. .tomorrow night at seven o'clo:!t a< the First Baptist church. The Beginners' department will serve. All nes teachers and officers and any . retiring from the faculty are asked to be there to receive prcpci recognition. " * " Leaders Arc Announced For Seasons of Prayer Leaders of the Seas:ns o! rrayoi programs to be presented today tomorrow mid Wednesday at the First Baptist church have been announced. Mrs. Harry Fritzius is In charge of the prcgram today. Tomorrow, Miss Cordelia Wilhite will be lead Pimples and Blemishes' says Vema S.: "Since using Ad- Icriha the pimples are gone. Ms- skin is smooth and glows with health." Adierika helps wash BOTH bov.'Els. and relieves temporary constipation that often ag . gravat«s bad complexion. Kirns 8ios. Drug Co., and Robinson' Drug Co. NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 .. For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning Servict FLAPPER FANNY, By Sylvia COPR. n» at xr« SIBVJCE.we. i. u. sit. u t. Mr. crr. "Whal'll I do? lie bought six but he doesn't want 'em delivered until Friday night." • and Wednesday, Mrs. W. J. ogers will act as chairman. The icetings begin at 2:30 o'clock. 4 • * Entertained at Breakfast Thirteen year old girls of Hie ilerincdltUe department of the First Methodist Sunday schcol were nlertalnccl yesterday morning at breakfast at the. lioine of their :nchcr, Miss SmV. Jo Liltle, The breakfast, was Klveil as a nrewcll party because the girls ere promoted yesterday into Mrs. 0. C. Ganske's class. Roses were used !h the center cf lie table. Favors were miniature oils made from pipe cleaners and tolhect in attractive costumes. lave Family HeunUm Members of. the Walker family ad a reunion yesterday nt the erne of B. P. Walker. Lunch was served the group af r cr which the out of town visitors vere shown tlic city. Among those .present were; Mr. and, Mrs,-Borr CaWer cf Murray, -Cy.; Atr. and Mrs^ Willie Edwards nd Mr .-and Mrs. W. M. Hayes ol Cube, Ky.; Guy Walker and fam- ly of Armorcl; and other members f the family living in Blytheville. * » » Band Mothers to Icct Tuesday Mothers of members of (he high cho;] band will meet at the high cliool 'auditorium tomorro.v mom- ig at 9:30 o'cUck, it was armonnccti oday. The world's lirst hydrogen bal- oon, sent up in .1783, was nttacke.1 nd destroyed by peasants whcii t descended in their fields. They clieved it to be an evil monster. County Council Group Holds Session Saturday The monthly meeting of liic North Mississippi County C'oimcll of Memo Demonstration clubs was held <it Walker Park Saturday. Mrs. O. n. Hertford, president, presided ovcv the business session. Bits of Newt Mostly Per*onal» G, R. Carter lias gone to Chicago lo attend the national American Le3iO)i convention being held there .his week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buckley, cf Memphis, spent the weekend here .vllh Mr. and Mrs. Earl Buckley. Mrs. Eddie Regonold, Mrs. O E Moore and Miss Laura Hale spent /csterday In Memphis. Mrs. Tom Mabry ,Sr, and son, Dickie, of West Helena, returned Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thompson of T c ll. St, Petersburg, Fla., and Dr. and lti15 Mrs, James Thcmpson of uirmlnj-, Qf Town™.,,! f |,,l, c ham, Ala. The four Mr. Thompsons u« JOWfliCna UUDS are brothers. I . : ! _Mrs. Annti Mackinzie of Mlnne- To Observe Sukkos At Temple Israel Here C ™" '° the 0 . Booths or Tabernacles, will bo ushered in' Barnes and other members: Wednesday night at eight c'cicck ?! tllc Kt ° a f m&eA cver >' Townsend- in Temple • Israel. Joyous in nature tc to cMal " a I'" 11 tax receipt be in Temple Israel. Joyous In nature, Sukkos originated as an asrlcui- - tural festival during the harvest l )ro -" uri »S season. The festival recalls the im- me " t ""' provised thatched huts in which the ancient Israeliles lived, whils wandering In the desert, after their • from slavery in fore Oct. 1 as they made lalks- on procuring n poll lax as a rcqitirc- Thc mectlnj was opened with Hit froup singiii" ci "America". A two act play was then presented by .Joyce Keith i in iiu ..i |sa vi vi i iiuilk hi a VCrV in *v-*jiuunu xxiniiviii, i\i[S~> ilUYL'C Egypt. The sermon tcpic will be (Miss Sally Cavldicr, ami Sliss "Tlic Symbolic Meaning ol Sukkos," WMistnr • The holiday occurs four tisiys after Die Day of Atonement, which was cbservccl Friday night and Saturday. Tao hundred persons attended the three atonement ssrvite. 1 ? JJLK1 111 i t Israel. Webster. Mr. and Mrs. James Burncs we visitors nt the meeting. GAFNEY, S. C. (UP)-A nilliv station operator on Highway wi 20 Is having his building movei - , f.ij j.) tm rjny ma UUIKlIfltf II1OVC( , eena, reurned Habbl Herman Pollack pointed | hack a little ways farther from thi liomc yesterday afternoon after i° ul ' n " le sermons that the holi- r( >ad. A speeding automobile skid having spent the weekend here I &w makes the distinction between ^ e 'l on the wet pavement, crashec with her s:n, Tom Mabry, and m!U) ' s relntknslilp to God and ir » [ o the structure and knocked I lamlly. • man's relationship lo man. "We six feet from Its foundation. No on. J. P. Womack, of Jonesboro for 6lloulcl reMne ' that one's duties to was Injured. J. P. Womack, of Jonesboro, former president of Henderson Stale College at Arkadelpliia and state superintendent cf education, spent tlic weekend here, with his brother- in-law, George M. Lee, and Mrs. Lee. lie came hero to lecture yesterday morning at the Open Door Sunday School clnss of the First Mclhcdlst church. He recently pub- luiitxl a nook, "Rcminescenecs." Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Goodman and daughter, Lee, of Memphis, returned home Saturday morning' after having come here Friday especially for the fcotball game between niylhevillc and Fleming, Ky. They were the guests' of Mrs. Goodman's parents, Dr. and Mrs. P. D Smith. Howard Mayes, of Lcachville, is attending chancery court here today. Mrs. Anna Mackinzie of Miiuie- apclis, Minn, has arrived for n visit with her son, M. A. Long, and Mrs. Long. Mr. ivnd Mrs. W. Owen Blue, Mr. and Mrs. l^red L. Grablc and Miss Mary Lynn Brewer spent yesterday I in Memphis. I Claude Cooper mid T. J. Crowticr should _. ..._ hLs iellow-man are social and bind in!!, while that, to God is perstnal nixl voluntary," he stated. "Freedom Is therefore permllted to the Individual in all religious matters." He further said that we have developed dual personalities—the private and the public selves. "We say die tiling and mean something else. Through the techniques of disguise our motives become concealed." (he Fair Assoclaticn lo enlarge the fair catalog next year to Include prizes In food preservalion, for peach pickle anil both cabbage and lumlp kraut, other articles addeit to the list were b;lh bvown and white shell eggs, home made toys, home made novelties and a Complete infant's layette. After the business .session '>>21 clubs represented had a pol lurk luncheon and then visileci the exhibit building to select ihelr bootiis .cr tlic fnir. Signs Say/Hard Winter !? -WILLOWS, Ca'l. (UP) — Already William D. Byce, old-timer and tvnpper, can give pessimistic assurance that, there Is iv "hard winter" ahead. The prediction is based on a large crop cf acorns mul Ihe presence of yellow-jackets — signs which have never failed before he assorts. IN MEMOIUAM In memory.of my wife. Mrs. Joe Carney, who died a year ago today, September 25, 1933. Joo Carney Children: 'joe jr., Fc- ,Ux, Eilna Mac, Jimmlp, Anna Ruth, Herman mul Pauline. court today. They have spent the Mrs. J. Ntcfc Thomtis Jr. ami! pounds, thirteen ounces, named dnuvhler, Jnnc, returned to their " ' -' ' -' , , homo in Memphis yesterday after having- spent two weeks here wilh Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas Sr. Mr. Thomas cnmc down f;r them 1 . At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dean Turnbo, Stcelc. admitted. A. B. Rushing, Cooler, admitted. Mrs. W. N. Haynes. city, admitted. Vertie Lee Kcllcy, city, dismissed. Billic Jean Lamb, city, dismissed. Carlos Evans. Haytl, dismissed. Albert Pyland, Hickman. dismissed. mcmphls Baptist Hospital J. T. Ashburn, Bnsselt, artmitte.1 AValls hospital J. C. Wright, Manila, admitted. Ruby Brown, Steele, admitted. Eivn Lowery, Pencil Orchard, Mo., admitted. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown of Cnruthcrsville, a son. Saturday night, weighing seven John Edward Jr. Earl 'Lowery, cily, dismissed. Calvin Cooper, Micola, dismissed. Mr. ihomas cnmc down f;r them. | Cowbcys To He Organized Mis. W. J. WimdCTltch, Mrs. JolVn jt ; j BILLINGS, Mont. (UP)—A Na- Milcs Miller and II. Highfill willHlonal -Cowboys Association has . return lonlght from St. uhore they went yesterday. Louis . Aft", and Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. J.'L. Thpinnstn ,jr, l\jul ( as their. . guests yesterday affernobii, Mr. and Mrs! J."'L. ; Thompson Sr., of Memphis,' liecn incorporated here under the Montana laws. William Sylnn, president, expects a membership of more than 5,000 banding together many smaller groups that exist thrpiighout.' ".wesjern states into a national organizaticn. All-Vegetable Laxative Has Important Points Most people want a laxative lo do) Tliis ingredient enables BL.ACIC- three things: (1) net punctually,. DRAUGHT to impnrl tone t3 Imv (2) net thoroughly, (3) act gently. • -• - Here's one that usually fills all three requirements when the oasy directions are follcwed. It's an all- reason for tliD punctual, thorough relief from consllpathn tliat most -often follows next morning after i.tirciiuiii, u.t; imuwea. us an an- .ouen follows next morning after vegetable product whose principal I you lake .BLACK-DRAUGHT. The ingredient has medical recognition millions of packages used pr:ve its ns an "intestinal tonic-laxative." | merit, 25 to 40 closes: 25c. Read Courier News Want Ads. DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO,HELEN. SOMETIMES 1 THINK HE LIKES ME/THEN "fOK REASON HE MONDAY, SKl'TKMBKK 25, JOTJ Ocuricr News want ads. '1'tlO LA'I'E TO CLASSIFY For Sjnic cr Trail •o or 80 acres improved land. Will trade for city propeity. Call at J. M. Buchanan Orcccry at S35 Uuneratt. 25pkIO-23 I'oi- Kent < furnished apaitinenl. New- iy decorated. 1315 W. Main. 25-ck-tf] ^ room Fum. house. Frijjidaire. Ga- iagc. Mrs. C. li. Wheeler, SOU -tarn. 25-ck-2 Freshest Stock Oimrjintccil {[enl Pricw Xirby Druj; Store? Save Your Soybeans See us about a Masscy Harris Clipper Combine Full G-foot cut. Full width, straight through separation. Power take-off or motor driven. Easy terms arranged. Blytheville Soybean Corp. So. IMJ. SI. Fiioiic 555 Helen .is riglit. Men don't :e women who are dull and listless, who look as tired and worn out ns they say they are. Sometimes the lack of sparkling pep and energy, \yhich is so attractive to others, is due to simple anemia, a condition brought on by a deficiency of iron in the blood. Men and women who arc overworked, spend long hours indoors and lack sufficient sunshine and exercise, often find that It is this condition which is sapping their pep and energy. Sargon, the famous tonic with iron, is helpful in overcoming iron deficiency in the blood, tending to aid nature in building red blood cells and hemoglobin. This accomplished, you feel like a new person, with new pep and vitality and a better appetite. Gel a bottle of Sargon today at our risk. 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Last yoar this company's tax bill in Arkansas was more tiwn half a million dollars—an average of §7.94 per telephone. Taxes amounted to 15 cents of every dollar this company spent to furnish telephone service in Arkansas lust year. Taxes totaled one-third as much as the wages paid to the 1,400 men and women who build and operate Arkansas' telephone system. Last year this company's taxes \vcrc 50 per cent higher than three years ago. As a citizen of Arkansas, bearing its share of the cost of government, the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company is here (o furnish fast, accurate, and dependable telephone service at lew cost to you. SOUTHWESTERN B E t i r £ L E p HONC COMPANY tons Di,un« i> cbc,pcr tt >n c«r... de sp i, t inct.win, com of t«a&ia t tc'cphonc .««ii«. Ask LOBE Disuocc for tatcs. j

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