The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 3, 1937 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 3, 1937
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\VKD.\KR])AV. NOVF.MBL-.K ?., ]<W7 BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Carutliei'sville Society — Persona! May Be Windsor Capital Hostess .Kilui f'ulUirll i:n(cr(uisn. Mrs. w. L. Caiitr.'II ,1ml IMT • <'ii. Join), entr'Hained about K of liis friends with n Hallowe'en pnrly Saturday evening a( llici! Itonu- on Ward avenue. The ?nr% 1 > cam? in costume, smd vjuintis t'haracUir* were in evidence. The group jrfaywl ['nines in (ho yard, rcacifd iveiiu-i.i mid inavsli- mnilows inA er.joyrd tlu'mwKTs'ly. Mrs. C-i in veil preyem- rd ouch guest will) a Ijul'iwn or tiovflty before they UU lor i>oiiK> JJ:IS JJillimvcVlJ I'.lriv. Miss MiH'tnrc! Jane Dorroli entertained fourtiH-n M!IIIOI friend:; «itli a Hallr,<,\v'ni parly Sutu 1 , 1 - ouy nftmioni). I'd.' S"-MS i-anv> masked and so;-,',- tmif w: i.s sneii'. in su<winu tin- kieiT.uv 01 :•',.; li A HiiiubPi- ol !,n,i.i..s rippi-ciM-;^ to the s;ason Inul bven |)Uinj;.'il and prizes were awarded witme.-s in siveral ol the i:mlcsis, The hostess, assistw! l»v ,'K r inotliEr. served, orange ier- d-eai'.i. individual cup cakes with iae-I-o- Jnntpm faces ami hot ;'l:u«>|atc. ; Favors were presented each !>»rx'. I-'rank Durroh .'ins Novelty I'arly. : Frank Dorroh ciUe.rtam-;l 'wcivc- of his friends with a H-jljo 1'ariy SnliiRlny erenlng'. The ;j:ii; ; yitrd of tlie Dorroh home was Oimly lighted liy lanterns and a cimo fire. The guests re-j!-vcii haiiri- outs (Winers, buns, [)lck!«, marshiiiiUiowsJ in paper sacks from Mrs. Dorroli. and gathered round (lie campfigrc where thty roasted weiners and tousled mnrshmallows. Later they popped corn and totd talcs. Later In the evening Mrs. Dorroh invited the boys inside and they played various games and contests. Elizabeth Anne iSiocii Ifas Parly. uliss Elizabeth Anne Brock eii- terlaincd a number of her fourth grade friends with a Hallowe.'eu party hist Saturday evening. Various games and contests were played and prizes were awarded winners. Mrs. Brock served ice i?rcam. cookies and Hallowe'en candies and each guest received a whistle as a favor. ' * f Ilnllou'C'en Tarty. Mrs. Ray Blackford cntritainrd with a party, for her son, Tommb Lee, and tireh'e of his friends on Saturday evening. The house wn; decorated., with, "fall Haves, shocks of eorn.-'iiri'djfoiJmiJkins. The guest"; went: in-, costiimes and spent a pleasant 'evening playing games. Refreshments of individual pump-' kin pi. 1 and punch with Hallo- we'en candies were scrved. * * * t'liaffins Entertain. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chnffin en- • tcrtnined a number of their i friends at their home on Walter Avenue. The rooms were dcco-' rated with fall flowers, and sally colored Hallowe'en posters. Caul's furnished the main diversion for the evening. Tre hostess served a variety of' htna-made candies during " the fames and pumpkin pie topped with whipped cream and coffee later in the evening. * « * Claude Victor McCoy, who t= employed in Memphis, spent the week end in this city as the guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs V W. McCoy. George and Albert Allred of Ccoter spent a few hours in this city Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Dennett ' and two children and Mrs. Gladys Daniels, the former Miss Gladys Pierce, all of West Memphis, Ark., spent Sunday in this city. Th«y visited relatives of Mr. Bcnnet: snrt Mr. and Mrs. .;. R Pierce, the parents of the two ladies. Mrs Martha Ney and Km. Jimmie Ney. of fit. Louis, who have ; spent the past fen- days in (his i vicinity visiting with relatives, left Tuesday morning for their home. While here Mrs. Ney and her son spent some time as guests of Mr. snd Mrs. J. R. Pierce. -Mr. and Mrs. Eddie AcuIT of Hollywood. Calif., who had spem ' the previous week here visitint;; with his mother, Mrs. H. N. Am- j old, left Friday nionittijf for Iheiri hcme. They were accompanied by; Busier Wiles, also of Hollywood'.! who had been visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Ballon spent ' Sunday in Tunica. Miss., where they were met by their daughter. Mrs. Paul Howard, and family of' Cleveland. Miss. i ,IN FCRTHCOAUN PRODUCTIONS «I6LE''R03ERS9MO A H EN 1H£Y MET YEARS i ACrQ, PAGE THREE BREAD TOASTER $*jf*f\ BS^SBHf Kr.rvH 'Castors 24* Schick Razor — Regular $2.00 Size with 8 Blades and'35c Tube Life Buoy Shave Cream, Both 59c iM>ri,r, FOOTBAtL \',"""." t 119. Uorptay . *•• " WOODBURY BED LAMP" 139 I for 25i r Finish Carters PILLS 21c REMEDIES When !he Duke ntid Duehess of Windsor visit Washington, diarming Mrs. Hoiold Sims, nbove, and her husband, an at- tache of the British embassy, will be hosts to the couple, according to Washington reports. Mr. and Mrs. Sims ore okt friends of (lie duke. Mrs. Simn has refused to comment on any entertainment plans. Episcopal Head PISO Cough Remedy .47: 11'AN A Tooth- I Hills 1 35« No,, [),„,„ . I Milk ol m.> B no»b JT>bl<i> IQO', . . . I lictlcAcl.l I Ktlltl., lull I Or. Schotl, ITALIAN BALM fampfilH, 3So 8fa> ; ./,. .'•".,. BISODOL }Powd(i ( ZBc Slu . . . . tlotttk "EATING PAD tAXATIV€8 ASPIRIN T|b|»ti, tin ol 12 . ,'•, ,' ; Cx. Lax •jHfS:,t Oil II^vyCrAite.i , Feonlnilnt ' l'«l,(«li GOe »li CjilcrOit Cpvorn Salt 1.50 Si.c ..... Natures Kcinfily Vietortcus in what wns termed one of the most important elections in the church's history, tins Rt. Rev. Henry St. George Tuc!:?r, bishop o[ Virginia, above, was chosen presiding bishop ol tiie Protestant Episcopal Church at the 52nd triennial convention al Cincinnati. Scout 'News ioys — Girls The local of the Boy Scouts met. last night at the city hnli. wilh H. c. Lundqtilst. of Jonesboro. an out of tovvn guest. The council set the date for preparatory court of honor to be liclcl at 7 o'clock. Nov. 10. A public court of honor will b e held on Nov. The annual canvass for eastern Arkansas council \vill begin Monday. Nov. 22. Midway News Notes E. M. McDonald is ill this week. A clniigbu-r n-lio has ben named fatty Sue, has been bom to Mr and Mrs. T. W. MeGuirt. A girl Mils teen born to Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Tale. Mr. and Mrs. A. ,!. Hill atttcnd- c<l to business in Osceola Saturday. Mr. iuK i M rs \viiiie Howard of f.uxora. were guests of Mr. and Shoes Arc More Comfort- alilc \Vhcn Repaired al Smith Shoe Shop JI5 So. 2nd. Soybeans - WANTED - Soybeans \\t Pay Ilislirst JTarkol 1'riccs For All Vnrioties MALDEN GRAIN CO. \\'. <>. Hoeves. .\scnl So. It. i!. SI., Ncx (to Majnolia Plant—niythcviile. ..\ r l<. WAV rno\F. sss XKJIIT ruo.M; ,-,09 Hemorrhoids-Piles CURED WITHOUT SURGERY & GUARANTIED Safe, sure nnd with less discomfort. All diseases and conditions of nervous origin, foot aihnenls and skin cancers treated and cured al our clinic. DRS. NIES & NTES Ostronatliic Pliystfians 514 Main riionc 98 nij'lhcvillf. Ark, TO i-A ROGERS- WON HIAl FiL CONTRACT, CoN9iDEP!S IT A P PLA\ ROL^CP ROGERS WHOM Mrs. Oeoige Stanford Suntluy. Mr. amj Mrs. E. c. Ford 'sho[i- 3cci in Blytheviiie batinday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Walker were ?iicsis cf Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yarbro in niythcviile Sunday. Addresses Negro Group At OsceoJa Tuesday OSCEOLA, Ark.. Nov. 3. _ "The Abundant Life" WHS the subject o! the address given by Jcnni; R. Moton, wife of Dr. R. R. Moton retired president of Tuskogee in- stilute. Alabama, at a meeting of representative negro farmers "and leaders at the court house here last night. She urged home improvement. Beautificationl oi grounds, and a live at home program as factors toward this end. she reviewed briefly the history of the founding of Tuskegee Institute. She is the president, of (h e Naiional Association of Colored Women. Inc.. nnd fieM worker for the Agricultural Adjustment AdminislratUm. other speakers on the program were A. L. Holscy who is connected with lh e Institute and the AAA headquarters in Washington; cassa L. Hamilton, district home demonstration agent, ana Mary Banks, home demonstration agent for Mississippi county. Added features nf tiie .program arranged by w. S. Barnuln, county agent, were singing of ncijro spirituals. Gridders Lions Club's Guests; Hear Propst R. C. Propst. eoacli at South western University at Mcmphl: .spoke at the South Missixsipi County Lions club when it me Monday night at Sunset Park nea Bussett. Coach Prcpsi showed pictures o the Soutlnvcstern-Viimlerbllt an HOK-ard-Chattnnooga games an talked on points about footbal Tlic football teams from Join er. Kcisfr and Wilson hlg schools were guests of lhe clul makini; about 75 present. W. .P. Wilson, of Wilson, pros de.nt of the orunnizaUoii, prc sided. Read me Courier News want ads Ladies' & Men's Tailoring Fin- Alterations Ladies' Custom Tailored v Suits Alterations of all typos -, Phone S;j HUDSON'S Whiskey Goodness Doubled pro" A\ cxpcr! lilcnd for 3 yc:ir old cxlrn (iniililj- Kcnlntkj- slrjiiglit llonrhnti mill 3 > car oi!! cxln, .jifalily Mnryltind Mruiglil five wilh spirils, (Inn gives yuu n rull- Jjuiiicil l.lliskc) cxlr.. ricli in flavor and _ extra smonlii J n i ustc . J^EWIS 6fi in l!iB oIJ days ,v !ls ,, ne of ll,c fnvorilos of the OIJ hoiith. [| is fn 5 ) ticcoiniiiK nne of llic favorites of today. Specify LEWIS 66 al your favorite club or rcstnimnil. Compare il. Pint Blended and Bottled by Vcllern Reserve ( 'PROQFE >VHIS KE Y = DRIVE TO MARTIN'S ASP SAVE THE DIFFERENCE GAS 9c Less Than Arkansas Major Companies Hi-Test Keg. Gas 12k (Tax i'iiitl) Anti-Knock Gas 13Jc (Tax Paid) POPULAR BRANDS of -a ^ CIGARETTES 1lC ZOOi) MILE Pennsylvania Moloi: Oil (35c val.) OA*% NO\V A.UC FREE PREMIUMS MARTIN OIL CO. STEELE. MO. Each 50c I'urchase of Gas or Oil. FACE CREAMS -IL 75e Sin Pepsorient MOUTH WASH .59' Acidine Powder .53' 1.50 Sir. ANUSOL | Suppositories ^Illl . 1. | 1 l.^l L (Jem Sii Hiltfe 2 Cil'lll D'Ml j Kvi'iTCiidv <3 dillellf 5s Hnm| »VM4M If ;!i)c- Me 2U- {'iisino 2 fur Ifie MALTED MILK Plata w Ckoeolal«, 1 lb: *,'- Sate of TOBACCOS "«H*^. 5o TOBACCOS •-•'0.^\ ll»IIUu,h.n, 0| 'TfflP' D " 1 "'' M| """ MsSSJi' '*5V.<i* I'riiK-e Alliert H) ( . Kedci-nl Jnelfi-i. (;i Km s, 2 for 5c (.ri'inii CiRars, ;| f« r m c . K(ii Tim (.'olfors, fi for ....!(!,• DENTAL HlnloPowde 30cWeri,«U . . . . Dr. Wo.t 25cTao|], I'm. . . Fcrhan, SOc'roolh Tul* , . Dental Perljor4to O.-" So, Milk of M.i K ncll» 'IWIIi I'm. . . . . Rovclatlon JSeToolhi'owiler . Ustirlnc •lOc Too\li l'. FOUNTAIN ntt H',tt, 7><a!o/rt, 1C,,,* •VI MILK 20° Our DcllclDUk ICE CREAM 2Se" iVclminp a ttu.iil (01 dci rl luf.itc. ClioJtB 0 J (l,i V.lo.Dinl" TOOTH BRUSH REL Nasal Jelly 39 e mm+*a*m*m 1'intSiiiJ V|»coklzed Milk of Magnesia j 29' '"Perfection'' GAUZE TOILET TISSUE 3 13' ALARM MOO ESS -RcKUrura U ox ot f *> r* 36, 53 2'4l.OO SLOANS Liniment Liquid Tar, ' . Lemon Castile or Cocoanut Oil & Egg . SHAMPOO I G-oz.Boltle OCc • At tall i Hnllver Oil Caps so,79 c I'arkt-Dadt frrndol "A" o.i.,97' SPECIALS AOEX TABLETS l£°. 79 C tch D. R. pD07ficiii. . Tolc SOeSI.. Corn R«n)oyer "DolpK-'Ut.nil . . AII.Hurpo.o laic <'.<ii. I ou.Tia Anllirpllc Oil ' M»»«r',, Oc» Sh.ivlnit Cream I'o.Do.CUnlTuLe Zinc Oxide 63 C 39 C 23 e .39 C . 37 C 37 C 19 C AbhoHsHatlvor Oil Abbotts ABD Ca^jult,, 100"» . . . 43 C c 79 Dr,> COFFEE MAKER • IT**" k Gillotte ONEPIEct Razor Set KOOLOX! Shaving Cream Atlas Shoe Polish Bayers Aspirin Olafse* Vitamins! 59 HALIBUT LIUER OIL vrilhVioiliiol Cipmlct /jig ioo'» . f?i A.B.O.G. Vl»mln Captulei ». 83° Cod Liver OH Ulafltfl.orcttn.l'i Halibut Llvor Oil r... .. Halibut LtvcrOM Ca f , u lr,. Ofa/j.n tfi HALIBUT LIVER OIL CAPSULES «r. 72 C ISOcDr.Weit 1 Tooth Brush with 60e . CALOX , iToothPowderJ Oc 1 Vitamin "D" All Turpo,. CREAM joo Vilenllne HAIR TONE ~m_ f _)ir' Kupfer r The Bubble Bottle FStalnlcts Stccl- ffecriargeabta SODA SYPHON PHILLIP'S CREAMS 49 C Willi MJl of Your Home Sodafo c lop lil J9§ itain . fc ,. ,[,„ Club Sod, al p'plion Imlilc 1a fill — ' Ceradyne Tablets Chargers lOtorEO' Cftoeelate KRISPY STIX £. 45 C DESTROY I DANDRUFF Thil ««,/ way Formula 20 quickly. t/cu HuJnul Marvelous | MakeupKit 55c •it i- . Lavender Lotion MEN! Here's Value For Perfect Farm WEL-BILT Girth Supporting / " ( \SHORTSforHEN / j J Wa,katl, V / *•+'" ^ n lilm. yowlliful lift. venl liinJirif. Non roll U NEW! Assorted Chocolates eec . ^f ^f 35 C Chocolate COATED CHERRIES COATED NUTS !l";55 c Tek Toolh lirush 2 for olc ^^ — • —• - ' '^•^^•^V^^^B^^^B^^^^^H IM^^^^^H^^^^^^fl $7.50 IP-Piece Chambly Set-Satisfaction Guaranteed, a few left $1.98 $125 Peruna 98c Squibb Cod Liver Oil, Quart $1.39 (icnuine licclon Dickinson Fever Therjaometers 89o $13 Pinkharn Veg. Comp, 99c $1 Everready Shaving Brush 69s 10c Luden's Cough Drops 3 for lOc 2 Trial Blade* GEM RAZOR

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