The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 5, 1939 · Page 3
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^THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1939 ifl' Society Osceola Personal Miss Lillian PaltiH-sim tfostrss Nine members and guests 'of tho Calvary Episcopal Auxiliary were rofn (lff , MO* LI1IU,,, I'ntlt-rsc.i [?' "" first . '•'Bulur mec-img of the Fall on M 0 , Klay afternoon mi, !'?' l Unry Millcr lni "i j " t»<c fourth chapter of Die mission text booh. "Why B ? a ciiflslia,,?- wltfclt «t»? r?T last yfnr btu IK>1 "in- Piuctl. Plans were wade Mr a rummage sale on the court hcuse lawn faaiurday. Originally set , for bsl Saturday, If- was' postponed on ac- of .-A-eathor c:mlill6ns. A for ' fct! r Rev. Matthew Cnrry of Blytheville and Oseo:la wns a guest, Mrs. Talc Speaks at W, M. U, Mrs, T..B. : Tnte of 'Armorcl. district, superintendent or 'northeast Arkansas -W. M. U. of, liaptlsl churches, wns guest mid' speaker nl the monthly business iiieetlnk of the Osceola Union at the uaptlsl church Monday. Mrs. . Talc urged attendance upon the <|iiarterly meeting lo be held at Armorel on oc-t. 13, and upon the district w M. tj, institute scheduled (or Ncv. 1, nt Luxorn. She commended the Osceola society upon their missionary vision that prompted them lo voluntarily increase iheir annual cash offering to the districl budget by fifty per cent. Mrs. E. n. Reid used the 91st Psalm as the basis for her devotional followed with prayer by Mrs J. T. Rhonds. It wns voted to move the October circle meetings and 'monthly missionary, meeting forward one week In order not to conflict with the revival meeting starting ou Oct. 22 Mrs. R. H. Jones, mission study chairman, -announced plans fcr n *, mission study class in November "sing the book ''Day Dawn in Yoruba Lnnd" which tells of Baptist Mission wtrk in the province of Nigeria from 1888 to the present. Mrs. Marvin Smothers wns a guest. * * * • Methodist Society Meets A lessen of Stewardship based on I Peter 10, nnd Luke 1G was taught by Mis. G. liartsill Banks at the monthly business meeting in the church pnrlor. Reports from the northeast Arkansas district conference of presidents nnd .spiritual life leaders held last week at Turrcll were given by Mrs. O. B. Sagravcs, president; Mrs. Harry Jcnes, spiritual life leader, and Mrs. Mary Spann. New members enrolled were Mrs Harold Spicer, Mrs. Maurice' Little and Mrs. George Cone. Attcna ; .Coufcrenccs are attending executive board meetings and associatioiial conferences this week are Mrs. W. W. Prewitt and Mrs. W. B. Burkett of Bossett , both of whom are in Little Rock for the executive board meeting of the 'Arkansas Congress of Parents and Teachers. Mrs. Pre.will is di- rector- of district -five comprising five camtlos of northeast Arkiin- EM, while Mrs. Burkc-ll Is .sixth vice president of the sliUej * • .» • . Eastern Star Meets •Amoiitf the' Blythcvllle guests at the stated meeting of the Oseeola chapter Order of Eastern Stnr were Mix Akabln Salibn, wrrthy matron of the Blythevllle chapter, MIS. Aim Stk'kmon, Mrs. Inez 1'atterson, Mrs. Zetdt Co|X'lnnd, inul Mrs little Smith. Cine candlilale was initiated into Ihe chapter v;llh Mrs. Lottie Smith «f Blylhcvllk! acting as iLssoelntn mntron In place cf Mrs. T. K, .Schooler, who served .is Ksiher iij- slrail ,of Mis, Ada niutley, -.ilio Mrs. L, C. n. Voting (old cf . , . . pioneers In P. E. O. then .. Mrs. Irrna Handy Ls vvoi'thy matron of ihe-Osccola chapter. ."•'».* rresliyterlan Circles srcet Eight members ol' circle one of the Presbyterian Auxiliary heard Mis. I,. T. Lawrence give a dis- cussloi ol home mission work of the Presbyterian Home Mission Board in the home of Mrs. Mar- Dycss. Biographies of pioneer nilsslouni'jes yen given. .Mrs A. p. spie.sp was devotional lender] Circle lv.'o of which Mrs. J. A. Croslhwnite l.s elialrmitn, liad nine members', present nt the home of Mi's. J. 11. Ho:t:. Mrs. D. S. Laney led a ijrogmm on the Indian Mission work of (he West, the industrial work In the cities and work anung the foreigners in ihe port cities of our nation. Those leading Hie discussions were Mrs. C. B Driver, Mrs, E. S. Chiles nnd Mrs. J. A. Crosthwaitc. The circle nlso made a cash offering toward the mission Sunday school being conducted by the Rev. L. T. Lawrence at Sans Souci. Hclnry Meets Miss Juanlta Hansen of Ifolly- H'owi; Calif., former movie actress who later became a victim of the narcotic habit, was speaker before the Osce:la Rotary club this week. Miss Hansen, who lias since been cured of the habit, is working in Ihe interest of forces combating the evil and is speaking before civic organizations. Accompanying her was Miss Irene Girjird of Spi-iii"field. 111. The Osceola'notary club has been invited to be guests of the Memphis Rotary on Nov. 21 and put on the program there. Guests at this week's meeting were Edward Teaforc! Jr., and Russell Phillips cf Blylhcvillc. • » * I'. E. 0. Meets Mrs. Charles Cclenmn was hostess to fifteen members of the P. E. O. at the home of her mother Mrs. Beniice Cartwrtght, Wednesday afternoon in the first meeting of the season. Mrs. W. J. Driver Jr., chaplain, used MM. 1:16 as discussed the moiners of the four lenders who hold the destiny of mlllkns of Eurpenns, namely, Hll- ler, Sinllii, Mussolini, nnd Chamberlain. Officers ot the Osceola chapter nre Mrs. Taylor, president; Mrs. Herbert Shlppen, vice president; Mrs. 0. n. Driver, recording secrc- lary; Mrs. Guy Driver, corres- lundlng secretary; Mrs. Mnrgnrct, Oyi.'.ss, trensurc; Ms. W. J. Driver Jr.. chaplain, nnd Mrs. Charles Uwrunco, Ktiiird. Regular meeting days nre the llrst WVdni'sclay of each month. * * ' • Prlilily ttrliff Chili Mfc(s Mrs. M. V. Alexander wns hostess lo members of tlt« Friday Bridge club with Mrs. Mary Bowcn Polt- ms as the only guest'. A hot rrll warmer went to Mrs. Raymond Coiner (or highest .score. Mrs. Harold P. Ohlemlorf will entertain the clulj nl her country ir.mo tomorrow afternoon -vith Mrs. Poll!-.)* the only guest. Baskets of cosmos mid butterfly bush will decorate Hie Ohlcndorf home. Mexican tally cards will be used, attest towels will be given fcr high st:vc award. Among Hie Sick Charles Edrlngton, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Andrew Edrlneion] has been kept Iron) school tills week <n account ol malaria. Mrs. H. c. Bryan, who underwent a major operation at the Methodist Hospital two weeks ago. was brought home yesterday nron, Mrs. Bryan went down nfternoou (o accompany her . . home yesterday. She will be pait of each day. im the cjcvolicna). . . D. Fred Taylor, president outlined pfojecls and plans for the yehr. Tn- ft. program on World Fig- COLDS Cause Discomfort Carmen Poitrns, small daughter of Mrs. Mary Buwen Poltras, Is ill this week. Mrs. Frank Gnble Is ill al the hcme of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs Frank MsGregor, following a minor operation, Has Birthday Tarty Mrs. D. M. Moore entertained 16 boys and girls Tuesday night in honcr of the thirteenth birthday of her daughter. Betty Jean Moore The guests assembled at the Moore home at ftvi. thirty for games nnd refreshments, then went lo the Gem Theater to sec Spencer Tracy and Mickey Rotney In "Boystown" afterward going to the drtio- store for iced drinks. Dr. C. M. Hnnvell of Osceoln Dr. N. n. lloscy of Joiner. Dr K. L. Johnson cf Ba.ssctt, nnd Dr T. R. Hudson-of uixora were in Blytheville Tuesday night for the meeting.of the Mississippi County Medical Association. Guest speakers were Dr. George Riidner and or. George Livermore of Memphis Mrs. A. F, Splese, Mrs. I,. T. rence, mid Mrs. nob Cramer Mrs. Himy.MlllM- -Jr., county health ntirso foj' South Mississippi County, wns In Jonosboro yesterday for Hie district 'meeting of county henlth workers on commii- nlcaWe diseases. The ' wnfrfcnce wns conducted by pr. A. M. Washburn, siijie! intendent ot the dt'imrl- ment of communlcnble disease In tho Stale Health Douarlmenl. Mrs; finrry Miller accoinixutlcd her and visited uiiu MLss Halllc Culdwell and Mrs. I,, o. Beard, Mrs. K. II. Jones, Mrs. Roy Dll- lard, Mrs. I. s, Durlou nnd .Mrs. William Slownrt, are In I/>iu'livJlle lodny nnd tomcrrow tar the nn- nunl meeting of the MKslsslnpl county Baptist Association, Sim Frazier Dies At Home West of Osceola OSCEOLA, Alk.. Oct. 5. — Sim Fmzler, 01, pioneer resident of (he [Jllle River community, died at, his home on highway 40 Monday and wns burled Tuesday In the Frostier family cemetery on the faint. Swift Funeral Home was In charge of arrangements. He leaves one brother, W II, Frazier, n sister, Mrs. s. n. Onnt, ind several nieces and nephews. Mrs, Colonial) Crews Is n niece. Sinus Infection Fatal To Osceola Girl, 14 OSCEOLA. Ark., Oct. S.—Funeral services for Doris Illiw, fourteen year old dmigntcr of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. n, Hlsmv of this city, were held In Booneville, Miss,, yesterday where Ihe body was taken by Swift Funeral Home. Doris, who has Iwcn 111 for scv- wei'ks nt her homo hore from """"MIS iwiilliinj from slims <H™ nl the Hiinllst ho<- jiiinl hi MoinpiHs Tuesday moni- ins. siic had shown some. Improve, ment for several days hut «rcw worse again nnd wiis tnki>n to the hospital last. week. Sin.' Iriwi's her patonis and sev- frill brothers ami Kblo.s. ix'hiimn Williams amnn- Ihe family to llooncvlllc KIOHEYlROUBLE S (l »n (Jelling Up Niftlils T» harmlessly Jlush iwl.sons nml -.90 irom kidneys nnd rrtieve Irrl- latlons of bladder so that you e«u stop "gettliijf up nlghlV (jot « S5 cent package of GoW Medal Had lein Ol) c«|)iiilcs and take as < JTctrd. other symptoms of kldn nnd bladder weaknesses may scnni, huniliiK or smartlni; pa saso-kichnchc — leg cramps' s. Gi.'l the original "'" Don't accept n Vnr new bavor PAGE THREES, K R 0 G E R PfGGLY WIGGIY ICCEK BUV M; XrgjH | t «, UKB Jt n'wli e^J^ Ok IIIUIB IMU--' ' - ' . . . ' " •"" • III :<flici nx !t«n, j Attending the conference „, groups 2 and 4 of the Arkansas Presbyterlal in West Memphis on Tuesday were Mrs; W. J. .Driver Pull the Trigger, on Lazy Bowels, and Also Pepsin-ize Stomach! When constipation brings on add incli- eslmn, hloatlng. dizzy spells, gas, coaled twigiic. sour taste, and bad brcalli, your sloniach 19 probably loiidcd up ivilli certain un.liscstcdfoodan.J your l»ircl<t don't move. So you need bold Pepsin to lieli. breakup fast that rich imdiirestcclfooi) i', yoursloimch. and Laxative Senna luimil llic tn'nger on tliosc lazy Imwcls So be sure s'onr laxative also coataiiis Peiwin lake Dr. C-ildn-cll's Uixative, because its byrap Pepsin }ie)|M you caiti tli:it won- dorlulstonrachcomfwl.ivliilolln.'l.ix-itive henna moves your bo wcls-Tcsls wove Ihe IwwcrofPcpsiiitodissolvc those liimus of (indigested protein food which in ay linuer in your stomach, tocause Ijclchini; onstric acidily and nausea. This is liow'ncpsin- iziiig yourstomach helps relieve it of such ths rcss. 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