The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1939 · Page 3
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OCTOBER 4, 1S39 BLYTITEVrLLE, (AKKJ COUTUER NEWS PAGE THRER ' COURIER NEWS COMri.IMENTAKY TICKET This Ticket Will Admll T.. Q. Tyronnc i Cnm)i',ml«ii lllylhcvlllc —to (he— RITZ THEATER —to «•<•— "BEAD OESTE"' FLAPPER FANNY THURSDAY'S EVENTS M^s. Cecil Shane entertaining Tuesday Night Supper cliil). Mrs. Harry W. Halnes entcrlaln- \ng Mid-Week Bridge club. • Prosperity club meeting will Mrs. Mosc Sliman al her Luxors home, 2:30 o'clock. The- Delta Contract club meeting with Mrs. W. D. NfcClurkln. Mrs. b. Li. Hubener- having Thurs day Dessert club. ' Mrs. Charles Alford enlerltiinin Thursday Bridge; club at Rustic Inn Double Pour club meeting will Mrs/'.W.'S. Langdon. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Elmwood Cemetery assoclatio meeting with Mrs. Neill Reed, 2:30 o'clock. Ladies' Bible class, First Methodist church, meeting T:30 o'clock with Mrs. V. M. Bristcr. Ellictt Fletcher chapter, .United Daughters ot Confederacy, sponsoring benefit bridge party, 2:00 o'clock at country club. SATURDAYS'S EVENTS American Assoclatirii of University Women having luncheon meeting nt 12:30 o'clock al Hotel Noble. Complete Plans for Benefit Bridge Party Plans have been completed for the-benefit bridge parly to lie given Friday afternoon by members of the Elliott Fletcher chapter cf the United Daughters of the Confederacy at the county club at two o'clock. Those desiring reservations are asked to call Mrs. Roland Green nt 222 or Mrs. Loy Welch fit. 634. Honors Clnb Member Mrs. W. W. Shaver, member of the Tuesday Crntract club was honored by members of her club with n party at. the home on the highway south of town uhich she and her family recently purchased Mrs. V. G. H:lland was hostess to the club and one guest. Mrs James V. Dates. Roses and other fall flowers were used Ihrousliou the, house. M*s. J-lm F. .Rcinmiller was higl scorer and Mrs. .Holland, seconc higlrin the games. After refresh meuls had been served, the mem befs presented Mrs. Shaver with a . coffee table. * * * Miss Layson Speaks At P. E. 6. Meeting Miss Mary Eunice Layson was a iiesday Afternoon club attended e party at her homo. Refreshments were seryocl nl the ont'Hislon of the- games in which llss Ruili Butt was' high scorer iwl Mr.s J E. Bensley, !;ecencl igh, The club had not met during the mimer months, louor Recent Ilrlilc Mrs. Holland Aikcn entertained ,'lth a miscellaneous shower Mon- itiy nlghl in honor of Mrs. Jack Vimble of YOTOo'Cily, Miss., Mon- av nlghl at her home on South ,ake Street. Mrs. Trimble was bc- oru her recent marriage, Miss Bcr- ilcc Alken cf this city. After Mrs. Tiimblo had opene< icr gifts, the hosier assisted by Miss Lois Atken served n plate unch lo i!0 guests. * • t Club 28 U'ill Have Dance Thursday Nl^hf Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wood, Mr. and Mru. J. M. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Prank Whitworth will en- 'ertain members of Clua 28 with a dancing party Thursday niuht. Tlie nll'atr wiiiuli will begin at nine o'clock will ue at llic Woman's club. ' Bits of Newi Mostly Pertooali Dr. John P. Rowlnndn, of Hoi Springs, who hns been here for; he past iwo wreks io'oklns utter i Is farming Interests, left today for Phlliuleplliln. Pa., where ho will ntlond Hie American colleen of Siireepus meeting which convened there HIP ifltli. Ills Rowland. With ilie will Join them here (he lixtlor purl oC Ihlr, inbiilh for » month's vncix- tlon Ijefoi'p iPnvliiK for. 1'ananm whom he hns' been trmistPiTeil, Mrs. ionise Crrino HHer, formerly of hern und now of Woodvllle, Toni).,' hns iiri'lvcd here for n vlsll wllli Mrs. Kntlierhifi OB IB soy Thomas' uiul Hunlly. Mrs. Jess' Horncv iwd Mrs. Frnnk Iloriifii 1 will spond iDinonow In Memphis. 'Jlicy will Iw fccomptuv led by friends from llrnce'lliirlinin, who Is coimoclec with a Diibmnie, In. hcwspniii'i vlslled his pftVcnls, Mr. urn) Mi-. m wini'ji C.UIIVI-I.VU Qewf w. lla'rlmm, hevo ycstei Ills son. I5r. mivcr ac.compiinlccl by an Al The Hospitals Walls hospital Mrs. Alucrl Jollcy, city, admitted. Mrs. Ruby •'Drown, Steelc, dls- ils.sed. Dlyltirvlllo bospllal Peggy Hearn, IWI, admitted. Freddlo Smllh, city, dismissed. Mrs. W. N. llnyncs, city, dl' iMi^nplih St. Joseph's linsplliil Mrs. W. F, SVeliber,' Osccolu, acl- pltal at sinoveport, 'l.a., for iho jiasl five years, will accompnny liliti and remain In Philadelphia for the next eight months taking post graduate work In the University of Penusylvniiin al the post r.raduato A submarine can travel com pletely submerfied with less tha half the wntcv resistance that OL curs when II Is IrnvriltiK cm It surface. Ittcd Mrs, CJcitrmle MiTlvaln, Cnr- thersvllle, admitted. Memphis Methodist hospital J, D Mllllcnn, covington, nd- ilttcd CARD <>!•' THANKS Plenst 1 iillow me to express m appreciation of the uenerosity tin sympathy of my friends nnd Iho.s who <Hd nnl know me tml \vcr i'cii>L'v lo help irtc In niy horn- o need ami sent me to ft clinic fo treatment. I sincerely appreciate cverylnlnx done for me, Willie Friar. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Williwl Cjlwwl - A«i Yw'll Jiui> Out >t W !•': lb«M« nity Riiin'lcifo Tho liver nhouli] jtour out two pound* o£ lloutil Illlc Into jour ljumh Jolly KtliU Lii" [« not flo\s In K f n.cly, > ou r f «*1<I<H in' I digest It jilit (Kvays In the bowch. (1*3 blpaU up your Bt<n»aeh, You net coniUpatcd. Your wliolp ftytlcm 1& [loJsoncil and you fftl ft^ur, punk EUui Vlio world logkn punfc. A nt-ro liflwcl moumrju itnsn't B*t at the eauu> It luLea tho*e nood, oU Carter's ] lltli I Krr 1'illft (o KiA Ihrae ts\u pounds of U!e flawing frwly nnil make you feel "up nnd u|)." llarmlrift, Kt-ntle, yc-t nmoilJiK In niaMntj Mlo flow fwfly. AflV. Tor Carter 1 ! I.Utlc l.lver I'llla Ijy name. lU-ftisc- anything tint. At nil druy fitorta. lOtf find 25^. school nl tn«lldm\ Msr. J. B. Hnsscn. of ilcmplils, Is speiulliiK scvernl dny.'i lien! (With Ml', linssitn. 'if ra. Dale J)ye, of HI. Lonls. rr- turni'U home (otlny nflpr linvlug iijicnl two week* licio with Mr. Dye. '.Mrs. Cirnryo Ivr. Powell uiuj son, r.nrgn Keck, of Washington, 1). C., II tonic Kuticjuy for a visit with vs. )'o\vi;li'S' pnrcuUs, Judge »n<l rs. O. K. Keck, mill family. They III be m<t In si. wills by Dr. uric) rs. Hon SnUlli. Dr. 1'owcll, ft cnp- nln in Uic Unltwl Stales Army, ". . . the party? Oh, terribly dull, morning." I feel marvelous this sister-head at ils meeting Inst night nt tile homo of Mrs, Rlley D. Jones. It wns the first meeting of the group since early summer. Cottey College of Nevada. M:-., which is supported by the P. E. O. 'sisterhood, was the subject of discussion nt the meeting. Miss Lays:n, uho attended the- college for wo years, spoke to the group about it. The Jones Home was dccoralct vllh r:scs, and the hostess served sandwich plate with iced drinks * * * Has Clnb Parly Mrs. Rilcy B. Jones entertained members of the Tuesday club at her home yesterday afternotn for the first meeting of the group since adjournment for the summer. The club is the former Young' Matron's club. A fall motif \vns carried out in the party.jbcing especially emphasized 'in the tallies. Roses decorated the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Murray Smart was high sccrer in the bridge games after which Mrs. Jones served a dessert course of ice cream and cake with coffee. Mrs. Raynund Koehlcr, Sunday home nt Dell weighed eight named Haze Sept. The pounds, has Elizabeth. •22. at their baby, \vlio Pledge Sororities 'lliree Mississippi County girls have been pledget) to sororities al the University, of Mississippi, at Oxford. Miss GHrln Martin, daughter o .and Mrs. S. P. Martin, has edged Knppa Delta. Miss Jean Stacy, daughter of Mr id Mrs. E. A. Stacy, has bed edged by Delta Delta Delta. Miss' llnby Craln, daughter o Ir. and Mrs. J. II. Craln of Wilsoi as become affiliated with Cl mega. been Daughter Born Dtlphians licet for Firsl Time This Year The Delphian Fine Ails club had ils first meeting of the new yea: at the Hotel Noble Tuesday even ing when a program <n "Economi Condition of the South" was prc sented Mrs. R. C. Hose introduced In program f.n which Mrs. W. ': Oberst and Dr. Edna Nics spot A background for the year's pro gram subject on "Southern Utera ture" was provided. The resignaticn of Mrs. Hirai Wylie from the chit .?.'2r. accept" with regret by the members. Mr Rose wjis appointed Better Speec chairman, the position former occupied by Mrs. Wylie. Mrs: James - B.t'Clark'^'wh'o J ,w: clr.scii speech critic, discussed tl rules of the club. • » * All members Allcml Afternoon Club Parly Pall flowers decorated the hoi of Mrs. Don Smith yesterday afte HEADLOLDS JUST A FEW DROrS RE1IEVE HEAD COLD STUFFINESS AND MISERY Walk in Friday, Oct. 6 and see the New -1940^ FORD V-8 and Mercury 8 PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Suffering Women May Only Need "Build-Up" guest of ChamerN of the PRO.' A daughter was born to Mr. and'noon when al. the members of 1 women much pain nnd discomfort! It is bascrt on the knowledge thftt women's headaches, nervousness, nnd ciamp-hke i>tiin often nvo symptoms of functional 'dysmenorrhen due t: a weak, .rnn-do\vn, undernourished condition. Thai so many wmen find relief from these pnin- fiffsymptoms through tlic CARDUI "build-up" Is easy to explain. By imprcvlng the appetite, assisting 1 digestion nnd assimilation, OARDUI helps to. build physical resistance against, periodic .pain..Thousands of women nlso rcpcH thai CARDUI, tnken just- before and during "the time," lessens periodic pain. A COMBINATION oft/iefast *^ ,« ' -» -w TUNE IN WITH PAUL WHITEMAN fo&* Every V/edneiday nlghl, c B s '"> tl0 "^ L./ ' LISTEN TO FRED WARING and his Pennsylvanions, 5 nlghls a \ N fl C stall THE FflSHlOn CEHTERS OF THE UJORLt) At Wkifatt'i An exciting month of impoi tance in fashions and values. Our stocks are complete and eveiy gaiment was pin chased befoie the advance in price. THE FASHION STORY THIS F\L L IS A •S T 0 R Y OF SUITS. ! The Fnsluoii stoiy Una fall is, a story of buiK The thiEC piece suit, some me in the Molyneux manner, slioil ol jnckct, full ot sknL ami lull length couts, with beautiful fin tiims. PRICED TO SUIT YOUR NREDS. •^m^ Makeyour riextpack- It Mvtus TOBACCO Co. those who want the best in cigarette pleasure You'll find in Chesterfield's RIGHT COMBINATION of the world's best homegrown and aromatic Turkish tobaccos a more refreshing mildness, better taste and a more pleasing aroma than you'll find anywhere else. It's a combination entirely different from any other cigarette .. . a good reason why smokers every day are getting more pleasure from Chesterfields. You'll like them. T IT E S U I WITH A FUR JACKET. It is important to come in and sec oui'.s. PRICED TO SUIT YOUK NEEDS. NEW WOOLEN DRESSES A complete ,new selection of beautiful new slieer woolen dresses iu all the new'fall shades. §6.50 to 322.95 TRIMMED SPORT COATS We have now a beautiful group of untrimined sport coats in all the new colors and styles. Also i veiy good collection of new sport t\\eeds in filled and boxy styles. Priced From $10.95 to $35.00 Miss Whitsitt's Shop 308 W. Main S<. Phone 775

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