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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 5, 1939
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PAGE FOUfc BLYTHEVILLB, (ARK.) COU1UER NEWS COURIER NEWS COXTLTMENTAKV llCKET" nis Ttrttl Will Admit N. C. Orr & Companion '' v - Wilson ' —to Uw— r • KITZ THEATER —lo see— "FVGBIAUOS" 1 FLAPPER FANNY COFR. D» erWAttnvicc.INC. T.M.RCC.U.s, t , By Sylvia Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS I Ehnwood Cemetery association | meeting with Mrs. Neill Reed, 2:30 • o'clock. Lames' Bible class, rust Methodist church, mcellns 7:36 o'clock with Mrs. V. M. Blister. Elllctt Fletcher chapter, United Daughters of Confederacy, spoil soring benefit, bridge parly, 2:00 o'clock at' country club. SATDRDAYS'S EVENTS • American Assodallch of Onlver- 'tlly. Women having luncheon meeting at 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble, Have Tilhiii; Program Members of the Business Women's Circle of the Fust Baptist church who mot Jnsl iiighl nt the country• home'of Misses Minnie and Ruby Brown hwud a program on "TUJuiig." Mlis Pearl Lee ivns in charge of the program which «ns opened with prayer by the cbaiiman, Dr. .Edna Nlss. Miss Lee discussed "God's Financial Plsns, iTithcs and Offeilngs." "Whsl Tithes CoiiW DC" wns given by Mrs. John Tyrone and "What. Unpaid Tithes Are Daiiig" by Miss Ruby Brown. Fallowing prayer, the hostesses served Iced drinks, sandwiches and candles to the 14 members nnd one guest, Mrs. H. H. Brooks, president of the Biiptisl Woman's Missionary Union. * < . intcmicdiStc O. A. iUccls The- Intermediate Girl's Aux- lliaiy of the Mist Baptist church met., at . the home ol Mi's. J. T. Westbrook Monday afternoon when 13 mcmbeis atlended. After the 1 business session, the ' class visited the Blylhcvillc hospital * « * • - . . Plan Father's Nielit; Plans for a "Father's Night" lo be held the second Thursday In Ko\ember werp made yesterday afternoon at a meeting of the Sud- buiy Parent -Teachers association at the school yesteiday aftcfnton when a progrpm wn>s also present- ed , : '!:'•'. The subjsck of the piogram was 'Developing Character Through Health." A '-review of the book, "The FlarmCr Has a Son", was given by the county Parent Teacher Association president who Is the Sudbury study course chairman, Mrs Marten Williams The Rev. E. B Williams, pastoi or the First Methodist church, spoke on "Talk and Think Character," The meeting wns opened with eiaup singing of "America." Miss Mary Hubler lead the President's message. Miss Hubler's second grade re- tcived the attendance piizc In the •room'.count with 25 mothers present. A total of 101 attended the general meeting which was preceded by the' executive board meeting. Mrs. W. J. Rodgers presided. Refreshments cf collce and sand- wiches'were served .during the social hour which followed. * * * ^ Miss Davis Has Parly Miss Virginia Davis cutcrtniucd H 'guests with a party at her home on the Barheld road last night. "Jlrripli! It's n pity she-can't trust her own little sister- uses X's instead of writin* it out." Country club yesterday afternoon several dnys nl Onk Orove, when they were entertained at the where he attended lo business, home of Mrs. James ti. Clark. '• Mv. nnrt Mrs. Alvls Bruce and Bits of Newi Mostly Period*!* THURSDAY/OCTOBER 5, 1939 family. A daughter bom Thursday to Mr. nnd Mrs, Webster mnde her arrival .on the day or her parents' first wedding anniversary, which is also licr mother's birthday. The seven and aHinlf pound baby has been named Elsie Lorlne. Miss Virginia Martin Is Episcopal Organist Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom F. Martin, has j been selected to play the organ j In the SI. Stephen's Episcopal church, !hc p.ev. Moltlicw A. Curry, pitet-ln-ciinrge, announced today.' Miss Mailln majored In music at the University ot Arkansas at, Faycltcvlllc from where she was tjradualcd in the s|)i'inj>. Phillip Slsk Is Iniprovliii; from an illness which lias confined him to his home .slnca yesterday. 1M Carl-Ue, of Forrest City, came last night to be assuclalcd with the Hardiuvay Cotton Company, lie will be joined hero lAlcr by Mrs. Carl-Lee. Mrs, Ionise Strackc In in at her liome, 505 Wrst Main street The Rev. Dr. Frank O. Sinlili, - of Omnlia, Neb., is vlslliii;; lite sl '>gl)H[ at the Assembly ;f God tluuqhler, Mrs. R. F. Kirshner, aiid church »» Ash street Sunday after- fninlly, He will spend three l10011 <U i:30 o'clock, R. E. L. Smith, weeks here. I president of pcmlscol Singing con- Miss Arltiie Markliam and Miss vcntlcn, aniiomiced today. Janice Can-, of Memphis, came' AH singers arc invited to attend yesterday to bft the weekend guests ll)c singing /or which special guests of Mr. ami Mrs. W. D. chamblin "' " and son, Dili. They came up especially lor Hie Little Theater proilucliou. "Night Must Fall", in which Bill ChainbllH was slai-recl last ijlghl and will remain for the Blylhcvllle-Utllc Hock fooibiill game tomorrow night. Mrs. Robert E. Lee King, who lias- been visiting her daughters, Mra. Leonard W. licit and Mrs. Jlibbert Bottom, and families in St. Louis, will arrive Saturday for a visit here will) relatives. While 'away, she also visited in liidittnapolte and other points of Indiana and Illi- ncls. : Drs. Car! and Edna Nies will Ic'nve tonight for Srielbyvllle, Mo., where they will visit Dr. Edna Mies' mother, Mrs. Mary Phlllibcr, j and Kansas City where they will be the guest of her niece. Miss Union Singing To Be Held Sunday Afternoon There will be Union 'Afternoon will bo the Jolly trio from Jotics- bovo. The nev. s. A. Merrill is paskr. of the church, Little Theater Plays To Its Biggest Crowd The largest group ever to attend a production of the Little Theater ill this city were present at the city atidltcrlum last night for the opening show of (his season," "Night Must Poll," by Emlyn Williams. Mrs, Charles Cohoon, of Holland, directed the three act mystery drama which was well received by the 225 present. Tentative plans for the remainder cf the season include productions of "Penny Wise" or another rmxlern three act comedy, "The Shining Hour" and a melodrama to be produced cut doors in the spring. Y&rbro Won First 4-H Club Honors Jet us pay the money back when Poland is safe," In Older not to lumper cdlcc- tion of money for Poland's relief, the committee has dropped solicitation of funds fcr .the Polish room, . Winnipeg Relief Costs Lowest Since 1932 WINNIPEG, Man. (UP)—Relief Is now costing the city or Winnipeg less than II has since 1032. Added employment because ot the bountiful harvest and heavy movement of grain to the easl Ilireugh the railway yards here lias been mainly responsible for reducing the relief rolls.'Recruiting has played but-' a minor part in taking people ofl relief. A I'cclieck of the win- 1 iiers iu -l-H coutcsU; uf the Missis- .si))))) County Fair, held here last week, shows (lint Y.irbr; won lirst ' honors as n eroiiii: Brown received second; Armord V.-RS thiixl, and Bnidctlo won Joiirtli. Oilier 4-H clubs uliich placed in the high ranking group were CKsiicll, Alissco atid Dyoss. Rev. Vance To Preach At Rehoboth Chapel The Rev. J. o. Vance will preach nl the Rehoboth Chapel Methodist church Sunday at 11 and '1:30] o'clock, it was announced today. As this is the last Sunday of the Ccnfercnce year, all members are requested by the pastor to be present, and an invitation to attend is issued to the public. U. to Complete Cathedra! Polish Room Professor Spends Years In Translating Diodorus LINCOLN, Neb. (UP) — Since 1030, ur. U. H. Oldfather, cican of the University of Nebraska colleg oi arts and sciences, has spent hi spare lime translating the pn served writings of the aiicleii Greek historian, Diodorus, " lived about 70 B, C,—the H Wells of his time. Selected by the Loob classic^ library of London, Dean Oldfathd now 1ms completed the third vol lime of the series of 12. Thus fa the task has recjiilred the transitJ tlon of more than 170,000 Gn words. The last translation .. Diodoriis was in 1610. HIstorlai, want to learn what people in Did dorus' time knew aoout carl] Britain and the Gauls Englishmen consume 4,500,(K cwts. of home-Brown mutton nually. An old law of Chester, EnglanJ requires a man to raise his hJ when a funeral passes. 'Hie Ilcv. Aid married Mr. Jolil Lemon to Miss Mtvvy Sugar Wooster, O., in 1933. Read Courier News want, ads At The Hospitals - Walls hospital Mrs. O. G: Gracey, city, admitted •VIIH. U, llilrt. J.UHL'a LJ, \JLlllr,, nil. nun 1U|'S. AIVIS lil'llCC aiH J TnlMllol,,, O«",.« , !,„ ( ,, »• ., ~".J>^">.>, <lulml,n:u. refreshments were served at the family. of teach Orchard, were the K™^ Gilt UnivpT^v -r? n i n "' l Dryimt> ' Manlla ' ntl - :onclil.slcn of the bridge 8 i«mcs Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. o c^.^iv ;Z I t™ ^\ V )lan ln ' t !« d ' in which Mrs. 0. -Modlnser 'O. Bruce. ^^L^L" Sb ; Mr* Leon Schcrcr. city, art- cone his In wns high storer nnd ''Mrs. O. Lmigslon, second high, , • The hrstcss hud arranged gardei) ler, • Mo., over the weekend, flowers throughout her home. , • Miss China Crews will C. -Miss Ada Mac Burton WHS the guest of Miss Hilby Walker of Ty- leave Has Birthday 1'ariy 1 Monday for Little Rock where she will study at Draughoti's Business yesterday.afternoon the Hamilton home. Pictures were taken of the Twelve friends of Nnncy Hniiill- schocl. Ion, seven-year-o!d daughter of Miss Roble Goiuan spent Satur- Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hamilton, day In Memphis, wished her a" "Happy Birthday". Mr. ami Mrs. C. O. Pralhcr, of a party at Kansas City, J. O, Polk and Mrs. i J. E. Kenuon, of F'ayettevllic, came .._.„ ,. „. ,..,. O ii(>5ts t Monday for several days' visit iftcr which the children played in with Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Polk. Nancy's playliotise aim were anuis- ' cd by other games. The birthday cake was cf reel and •white with" "Happy Birthday, Nancy" embossed on top. Keel-- candles , and red roses completed the 1ST ftible dcconx'llohs. Lbllyrmps on miniature rnkcs and spades were given as favors. Caku with jcllo was served the laic afternoon, in Keiser News U. S. Branson Jr. Gets Arkansas M. A. Degree IT. S, liriinspn Jr., received his s Master of Arts degree trim the University of Arkansas afFayctte- vlllc today at (lie annual Pall convocation. He is now teaching in the Sa- imlvffl Junior College at Sapulpa, Okla. Mrs. c. C. Brooks, cf Cenlerton, returned home Thursday after a three weeks' visit with Mrs. E. M. Brooks. Miss Ruth Bradford spent the weekend in Blylhevillc. R. H. Robinson,', ratsy and Charles Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Taylor. Ruth Taylor, Dr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Polk, and Fred Robinson attended Die University of Arkansas and Mississippi Stntc college football game in Memphis Saturday aftcrncon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe' Johnson, 6f Memphis, were Hie weekend guosl-s j of Mr. and Mi's. B. H. Moore. Miss Nonna Spai-kmaii, of Memphis, is Ihc guest, of her mother, Mrs. C. P. Prevole. Mr. and Mis. T. H. Lyons and Birgo wa* played, during tfe ch ,,7r^V^, VWM^V^ I llPT nttrl (if II\n n-) rt »r nt-\ft \-\lnr. , . ,1. . ' . • nir.n earlier part uf the parly and later refreshments. 1 of sandwiches, iced drinks, cake and coffee were served. Club Has New Member Mrs, L. E. Old is a new member of the Wednesday Bridge elub which had its first meetlnj] this fall at the' P.uslic Inn yesterday' afternoon when Mrs. W. yard was hostess. Mrs. Old replaces Mrs. Baker Wilson, who hns mcvccl lo Somcr- ville, Tenn. Fall flowers decorated the. private dining room where lunch was bcth, have .come here to reside. Mr. Lyons is employed as shoe salesman for KeLscr Supply Company. C. R. Ferguson, of Hushes, and' M. G. Lnrscn, of New Madrid, Mo., epcnl the weekend here with their famliies. Mrs. Au:-iburn, of Humphrey, is the guosl of her dauulitcr, Mrs Scout News Boys - Girls I'lini C'nnily y.-tlc Plans for ,-t candy .s;ilc to lie held nl Contra) Ward sdmol Mondny mid Thursday of next week were made ai n meeting of 'i\oa\i Six of tlio Girl Scouts Tuesday. Mrs. Carroll Blakcmorc, Mrs. J. Nick Themis, Mrs. Hubert Potter, Mrs. P. B. Joyncr and Mrs. Neville Blakcmorc spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. Hamilton Taluolt, 'of at. Louis, has returned home after spending a week 'here with her mother, Mrs. Emma Nolen, and family. Mr. Talbott drove down for her and spent the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse will have as their guests Friday for the Blythevlllc-Litlle- Rock . [ b o I b si 11 ;ainc Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. John Tucker of Little Rock. They will remain until Saturday. Marjorle Perry and. Charles Perry Jr., of Helena, came Sunday to .be their father, Charles Perry St., And Mrs. Perry. They have pnieiecl school here. Daughter Arrives On Wedding Anniversary H shouldn't be diliicnlt Homer Webster to remember holidays for the women of mitted. Fay Brewer, city, admitted. Blylhcville hospital t Mrs. W: O. Urockcll, Porlage- vtllc, admitted. Memphis St. Joseph hospital Mrs. D. A, Klylngonsmilh, Hayti, Parlnln, Decring, ad- admitted Dawson milted. Memphis linplist hcspitiil Ruth Jones, Wilson, admitted. Mrs. Dave Pliarllkll), Wilson, admitted. Mrs. W. L. James, city admitted. Sixly per instruments cent of the surgical manufactured in the I'.'ilted States arc made in Philadelphia, 1'rocecds from llic" sale will oe used lo buy dishes and silverware fcr Ihc Girl Seoul LiUle House at Walker Park. Miss Lola Nason is the new lieu- j tenant of the troop -for which Mlsn Alta Garlington is troop leader. Donna Wimdcrlich was elected scribe and Belly Black, . There are 15 members in the l«'o patrols, served. In- Clio games which followed the hostess was high scorer and Mrs. Charles ROM, second .high. * * » Ufa! Girls Pledge Tvo BIythevlllc girls, Misses Marjoric and Patricia Wood have been pledged to the Delta Sigma Epsilon sorority, at Southern Illinois State H. Min- E. C. Cook. Miss Sue Whlpplc, oi Luxorn, former teacher here, spent the weekend here as the guest o! the teachers. Mrs. Harvey Wijson and daughters returned hamc Friday iiilpr spending fcvcral weeks \vilh parents, Mr. and. Mrs. W. E. McClatl], of Comvay. George McGia.w. of Lllllc Reck, spent several days in Kelser this week as the guest of Mi.w Una Bevvies and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. Cohn motored to Memphis Sunday. Mrs. Marmmte McCullnrs and year. They are daughters ol Mr. ai'.d Mi^.;cliarlcs A. Wood. Is Hostess To Club Mrt. Charles Alford v as hoiletb to members {( . the Tliuriday! Bridge club (of a party yesterday allern6on al Xhe Rub"i6 inn. Guests y,'ere Mrs. L. L. Hubencr and Mis. E F. Blomcyer Mrs. Chester Mabels Is a new nieinber oi this club replacing Mrs. tjEorge A, Hamilton, uho resigned, In the .bridge games, Mrs. Nabers was high scorer among the club members and Mrs, Subener among the^ guests. Traveling prize went to Mrs. Raymond 8chmuck, 1 Thfe {Ml inotll, which W8s emphasized In the flowers and Hie 1 talllw, uas aJso tiaHlod cut in li dewerl course «hich a as «tvcd. Club Jlai Guest - i.Mn>., Loy Wcldi plajc'd _uitb' (iieaibers or the Town and Worn, of L.iko City. ' Mrs. Vh-siil Grcniin, of St. Louis. Is the gijcsl of her son. Bob Orccnc and family. She came Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Barker nnd son. Rex, Icfl MJmiay for. Kayclte- villo lo reildo. Mr. Barker is on the Stale Police lorce. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Crews spent HO-Wft Laundry-gleaners Phone 188 I''<ir and Cleaning FOR CHILLS AND FEVEH And Other Malaria Misery! rjon'l ga throuch the usual Malaria w M ari ! l? i Don l E ° °" shivering vvilh chills one moment nnd burn mg with fever the next T'Ai'i*.? 1 &-» cl 5r VCtl b)T G r° v e's Tostek'ss Chill Tonic. Yes this medicin,. really works. Made cr e- c ally for Malaria. Contains tasteless qmnidinc and iron Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic ac"ally, combats the Mahria hHoc- H ELECTRIC WIRING UEAU'nrUL LIXE or ELECTRIC FIXTURES Electric uutl \Vatcr IKalcn WALPOLE'S ELECTRIC SHOP no so. * Take a lip from die co-cJ. Wear glovc-fiuing Vitility shoes in engaging jutumn styles. We arrj- a complete line of Vitality shoes in llic scwon's most intiiguing pat- fhttaing, mellow, auiumn authentic college ncndi for v/onicn of every age. You'll like the snug comfon of Viialiiy shoes. Sec the new models todiy. As adnnistit in leading $ 6 AAAAA (o EEE Sizes 2 lo U VITALI1V OPEN ROAD SHOK fit Ot<l<hr«,;.! Oimftu War, « t-OVS> A. WHIFBE'S -ao/ I'lTTSnimair. (lil'l-Regardlcss of (he oulcoina uf the European conflict, the |';Iish Room al the Univer.sity of ['(((iljtirijli's skyscraper CaUicdral of Learning \vlll he completed, according to Mrs. V. L. Alski, a member of the Polish rconi committee. The Polish loom .will be one of 10 nationality classrooms at, the university, Mrs. Alski explained that although ah: ut $2,000 j s needed tor the room, "the university has aarecd to pay for the ro-ra. (hen BACKACHE, LEGPAKMfiV BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidneys 1[ b,irl;:ii:l,c aw] leg |,:n'u* ; ,rr nutting vou IIUMTClhlc, don't illl.fcilllll!l:iill :.!„! do nolluii.. «(>unl lliciii. iVilmo may l, e vuim i,, K you HIM Vuur II.IHCMS Heal utlvnliuri. 'I lie hiilnrys arc Katun:'* cliirf way rf l.,Kini; KCOiJ .IfUs Ollll lioisnnuiu Tilsit out nl till! > !K •' " """' ' 1CU1 ' I|! 1>:ua :>boul 3 r iin l* It the la miles ,,| ki,],, tj . (l ,i, K .„„! fl |, cr , tlon l wurk wrll, i}c>iisoi|iiiii wiilc ni-illrr <.l-i\-i. in tl,o J.1,,0,1 Tl,io poi,n, ls „',„- s ' (ll ,i ™^>* Wckudics, rliciiinnii,: ,„;,„. 1 CB ,, : ,i, ls , |,^ 0 } [iqi and cntrsy, B Ellin K ii|i uiglit.,, s,«cHin M . [MiHiucss uwfcr tfie oycs. fic.- u l:irli r .; -mil , Urn- ness. FrcriurM'or sciiily |ia».iea «i<h 1112 nnil li tll i,f kidncv mtx-s flu.!, ,,,, ,,,. nslc from tljo Uo»l. C,ci Uu.lii'i I'ilU. Paradise Shoes Black, Brown, Grape, Blue, Wine, Suede, Kk), Patent., Gaberdine. Size 3-10, Widths AAAA-B. $ 6 ( FORTUNE OXFORDS FOR MEN Tan, Brown 'and Black $995 ! 3 Sizes 0-12, "Widllis A to EEE! •STAR WORK SHOES FOR MEN AND YS AT I'OI'ULAR PRICES Poll Parrott Shoes For Boys & Girls THE FAMILY SHOE STORE W. Main Phone 231 JUICE, Garth's . . 46oz. CanISc BEANS BlytTieville "Whole" Fancy Can 12'd DATE AND NUT BREAD C & B ,...'. 2 Cans 23c SALAD DRESSING Butter Cup ;.; ;. ' Q L ig c CORNED BEEF Libby's Regular Size ;.: ; ; Can 19c SPAGHETTI Franco-American Heat R-ady to Serve Can 9c TEA Jack Sprat %_ Lb. Glass Free with Each Package ,£a. 22c MATCHES True American ; c tn> O f g ig c COFFEE, Maxwell House, Drip or Regular . lh..27& PEARS Rosedale in Syrup For Table Use No. 21 Can £a 19 COFFEE Grand Dad Peaberry Pu« Ground ~ 2 Lbs '5c A PPLE BUTTER Farm Brand Pure Qt' He MILK Amboy Large 3 for 20c: Small "(B for 20c CORN Pride of Illinois No. 303 Can £a 9c CRACKERS Fresh and Crispy 2 Lb'box'lSc KIDNEY BEANS Joan oi Arc ' FLOUR; ShiUey's Best I'lain or H. K. 21 l!>. Sack -IS Ib. SKtk Ti POTATOES U, S. No. 1 Red Selected '. 10 Lbs. 24c PEAS Green Giant Large Tender Can 18c CORN N'BLETS Fresh Off the Cob " Can 12c PINEAPPLE Crushed No. 1 Can Tall Can 9c ; PO*X ft BEANS Campbell's 14 oz. Can 2 for 16c j PINEAPPLE'MCE Delmonle No. 2 Can Can 1 PEACHES Rosedalc No. Z^Can in Syrup 'III.... '."" '.I'll Can 15c UMS f Whole or Half, 14 to 16-Av;., Rreys.". L 24c! LARD Loose Pure Lb lOc •PORK CHOPS Lb.-22p CHILI 1 Lb. Rolls 23c SALT MEAT Branded . Lb 13c PIG EARS & NECK BONES Lb, 7c BACON Sliced Rind Off :.. Lb. 25c BUTTER Beet Creamery Lb. 33c LARD 8-Lb. bucket 89c STEAK Loin or Round Lb. 30cj CHEESE Full Cream Lb. 23ci We Deliver 104 S. Division Street Phone 181 L. NABERS GROCERV & MARKET t'1'ida.v, Saturday, Monday, Utl. C, ? & !)

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