The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 18, 1935 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 18, 1935
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,. (IGE TWO ^ QrC I- (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Baby Contest and Style Show Will Accompany Musical Play MONDAY, FEgjtUARY 18, 1935 Stores at LeachviUe Find New Locations Social Calendar .', TUESDAY'S'' EVENTS •• Armorcl P.-T. A., executive uoiii'd mailing- at hotel, 3 • p.m. Maple • Grore' Cemetery. assoola- tloh'-'mcctliiK wlllv Mrs,' Frank WcMv 10)0 Kylly, 2:30 p.m. aMial? 7 S 3o'n'nf ***** '""""' "' 7 ' " u Alia Mostly Persona! » McDetmott. late of ujy »1»P cf JV.T, " shnn nd L, Hnrr, KlrUy q«nt Niece of Taft . Off to Europe meeting with Mrs. .,.„-. .W<!oncso[iy Bnflgc ciiri)' VvHn'Mrs. Jiiincs H.'B;li. ,Mii M. .O. Usrey'.entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. Delphian Fine Arls club nicel- !iig at Hotel Noble', 0:30 a.m. .Mississippi County Fcileratlon ol Women's clubs executive board meeting at Hotel Ko'ole, 12:30 p.m. tHUUSUAY'S EVENTS Mi^toppi' Cpuiily "W. M. U»" ijjeetlrig at First Bapttt church for all day meeting. ^"Jc-wish Ladies Aid meeting \vitli Sirs. E. M. JiiHee and Mrs. Mor- i jjjp SC ] IIW Hill-din S1)cnl tj, c ivcefceml ivilli IKT parents nt, Dell Irn Wright, of 'O.sceolit, .spent jTOtcrdnj'-wltli his Kl&lcr, Mls.i Er:i Wright, iintl inotljcr. Wlllloih Alexander, of Osccolu, i |n llic city yrblcrdsiy. Mr. nmt Mrs. Louis Ln'wky Imvu lafccii. the Adolph Mcycr/i apart - mcnt in the .Shane armrtmont hoiiso- on,. West Main street, , Mrs. J. A. l.cccli has returned' from i\ brief visit In faducali, Ky. r Bister, Miss ' Pmillne Flint, of iiig at school, 2:30 ~Yarbro WomunV klisslonary ao- cjfcty meeting iyl(li' Mrs. Will ,-Ifa- Ierne>, 2 p.m. for''sbclai service. , Susan ^Holy Name society of Immaculate Conception clmrch meeting at- sctlal hall, 7:30 p.m. ^Mi'i. Ross D. ifugtics liiiving TTumday Luncheon club. -Mrs. Edgar Boium cnl'jrlalning 'fjiursday Contract club. gTliursttiiy Bridge club nicellng BJth Min. Fr«t' Rutherford. Z FRIDAY'S 'EVENTS •'.Costuine masquerade dance at Country club, 0:30 p.m. •'.S'.nior High P,-T. A. presenting piny "Black Eyed Kiisnn" n't high school auditorium. -'Woman's club meeting at club house, 2:30 p.m. . Has Musical. ...Miss Lcoao Calllcott presented sonic of her pupils in a musical Wednesday 'afternoon lit the First Presbyteiian church.' • 'Membcis of the Kiddle Burnt gave l\vo selections and these play- e$ piano numbers: Marjorlc KcU lone Stevens, Mary' "Elizabeth Boram, Frances " Bright,' : Billy Stovail, June Workman, Joltyc Dinlre Huffman, Frances Shouse und Betty Jean Hill. . . \ •'•••• „,_ To 'Enterlalii':.-.•' '.•_•'. Business Women, 1 Mis H D, Willingham mid Mrs. Cnrland Margin? nrc entertaining members of.the Business''and 1'ro- fe.sslcnal Women's club this evening, 1.35 'oclock, at-the home .of ^Mrs. Morgan, 514 Chlckasawba. \, ,i iionpiioi Notes ' Admitted to Ihe.Blytlievjilo iios- pjtal; Eddie Anderson, Mrs. C. W. Glenn, Mrs. Roberta Qoodson, city; Miss Dorothy May Reasgan, fSlcele, Mo.;, ,Jjm.Lace.v, Lcaclivllli-. Pismlsfed Clara Simpson, Dell; Mrs. O. E. Marshall nnd baby, Mrs. Claud Bell, cltyj Thomas Elkins, steelc. Positive Relief For Itchy Skin Cooling and soothing Blue Slar Ointment mchs on Ihc skin, sending tcskd medicines'deeply into pores «lierc H quickly liills ilcli, Idler, rasli, eczema, foot Itch, ringworm, etc Moucy bacU i? first Jar 'fails. " DELUXE " CHEffiCLET ON DISPLAY Weds, Feb. 20 AT Shouse-Little Clievrolei Co. with Mrs. Winters' uunl, Mrs. G. H. Qrcai-, and Mr. Grenr. Mrs. Winters was formerly , Miss Margaret Johnson. Miss Olenlcc Bennett Is 111 from Maliulii. . . Earl Ijawks lire returned ^fi'cin several days bpqnl In Mnit.?<| 'I'rcc where lis attended lo business. phis loduy. • ' _ •>'.'• ' dine Uintllcy spent. Sunday Kennett, Mo., with relatives. Mr. nnd. fin Old Money Valuable Heirloom FKKMONT. 'Nct)7(UP)_An Olrl money jug. believed to be one of ilux'0 such receptacles In cxist- incc Im allractcd attention dur- K S H i d n pl ? y '" lhc s '«Pheii3 Noilonal Bunk hci'c. Two oilier )ii»ii are owned by ft,o Unlverslly nf N=w Hampshire nml lu, vli- ropolllan Museum in New York 'r>.' i i" ! - j> i? ,' s t|lc PfPoi'ty 'of '?£"£..' •?"• . Slu ««"«« county, A bsby contest and'style show a 'n, b . c '"S arranged In .connection ,w|l!i the, three ac tmuslcal come- idy, "Black- Kyed Susan," lo be presented at the senior high school auditorium Thursday and Friday .evenings. 8 o'clock. 'Hie senior hign fcUool .P.-T. A.,'whtcii is sponsoring the 'event, win. receive one-half the proceeds. Alto ' Martha Lyu Norris is "Claclt Eyecl Susan" and George Henry Is leading man. They, will be supported by tills cast: Gene liracl ey, Eddie Ford, George Wright, Norrls Moon, oimmic: Edward,' Mra, C. G.-l<cdiuan, Miss Margaret .MosnvMlyi- Mary Emma Im jr.; David Tull,- Jeanetla j eatt Scljatijjh; Barbara Jean McCelvie Margie Garner; Hobby Klrehfler Nancy Kirslmer; Betty 'Layson Mary Eunice Layson; Florence Ami Carpenter, Evelyn Smart; Billy Bert. Mayo, Grace . MoFarland. Anyone desiring to enter a "child Is asked to call a member opine senior high P.-T. A. > On Friday evening there will be a style show in whlcli local merchants will cooperate. For the iidvuncc sale of tickets there are six teams competing for prizes. 130,. years ago, be/ore . them were banks, settlers used (he lead-llncd Jnrii as depositories ./for their funds, buryinn them dcen jn: llio ground. According lo . col lectors of antiques, the Jugs now aro val- loblc due to their Bcarclty, Hen Id's jug was excavated In u basement In Eyefield, Mass,, about 35 years ago. Sl»nliiK Iw ;\ Km<nm»u lour. Jllss Hl:i4-ot Tnfl of Clnrliinali. 0., niece of tlia Inic 1'rcsldent Wlllliini liowanl Tad. Is sbovvn Itere us .slic.salle!] from .Veu 1 Yuri; SMI llic" On I a Ul Karoia. irlio was «'J(|j iier tn MciupliLs, returned with' her Suturdiiy. Mi'li. 0. W. McCiitchcn la ul (ho Memphis' Baptist hospital where pho is un lhc itrccl, a feminine voice ordered i " 1 . e1 m , ost - VQlcs . which are being one of the cellar pip ;s is leaking." 5oUI for one cent each, will be "Bui, . nmdam,' 1 explained Hie «o cll "'Cd the winuer. Those al- fcreejiJit, "ilils is the police station, ' lcad >' selected and their sponsors not a plumber's office." ' j ai ' e ' c - G - Rodman Jr., Lois Moon "I know," came the startling Crite; ^''l' 11 Wahl, olive Wnhl; .nswcr, "but what tlo yon' llilnk SalliD Trl cschnian, Peni'l Graham; .'m jiujhiB laxcs for?" ' . ' LKlin Carrol Sellers. Landas Sel- ls All'oHl J. Mell Brooks nan returned from n brief stay In Little Rock, J. 11. Huffman, of Huffman, attended the automobile show lii Memphis Thursday, Miss Blossom Christopher lias ceturned from several weeks bpeiit In 6t. Louis, Miss Sara Kunn had as her juesl yesterday Bi'auilcll, Roberts, of Oxford, Miss. Mr. jjiid Mra. Dllbo Gilbert hod as their guests for (lie weekend. Fred Flcciiian has returned from a visit in Hoi Springs. 19-Year-Old Dove Emblem of Peace [ BOSTON (UP)-The emulem of peace reigns supreme in Martha Knapp's historic; home here. She has a 19-ycnr-o!il dove which she allows to fly wherever' " plcnscs, for her main object in Friday in Memphis. She was iic- companlcil -jiomc by her' sister, '.Atss Elennor Linyard, who spent Iho .weekend with Mr. and Mrs Htickim! ot the Hotel Noble. •Mrs..Pal O'Brya^t and Miss Nell Harris 'spent yesterday In Memphis. . Dr, Ppul -L. Ti|iton, who undpr- wcnt an operation for appendicitis a week ugo «t Iho Memphis Melli, cdlst hospital, Is epnvalesqlng at his home here. Mrs. Tfplon and son, Dick, went down for him. Mary Frances Nunn, who has iceji cerioiisly ill ,il .(he Memphis Baptist hosplUI, h«i> been brought homo. She Ls now much better. Her mother, Mrs. Marvin Numi, VrThef tiove ^niks' • with: her on; Yiii- sjitiet or perches on her arm, (iritf olijoys licarlug music. ">• DAND.RUF.F Is'quickly dissolved and washco nivay by the me of BROWN'S LOTION SOAP. .This toap !s c liquid und .sells at lifty cents. Foi sore s|M(5 in the scalp and eczema BROWN'S , LOTION should be used with the liquid soap to stoj. the itclilng. complete directlont on rndi traffic. . For sale wii. MONEY BACK . GUARANTEE; on first home by Sirby Drug stores. —Adv. 6. Female Taxpayer Sure Shtf Paid fer Plumber BRISTOL, Conn. (UPl-Scrgeant Janiel J. McODUcuddy ' ansn-ered the telephone ut- police headqiiar- -,—,-. ..v.«^i.i, Browning, and a large chorus who'will sing • and dance. „, There ,'are a mmibcrof songs wJth.MJjss'. NojTls ai)d Mr. Hein-y each singing Ecveral solos In the chorus will be- Mlsi-os Ma ' 1 ; y .. v !7'"l? Cutler, Doris Dobyns, Betty.McCulelien, Polly Ann Buck, Dorlne Coulter, Jcssalyn Blomey- ,er, Lyatrii Bnickln, Audrey Blyliic, •Uetly Proctor, Sue Ramcy, Charline McLcoci, -Miriam Smith, Sybil inon and KiiUi nhocl'cs. Oil; Thumlay evening the baby popularity contest will be held UK a part of lhc show. A number of local children have been selected wilh high school girls as their are being i I Claims Life of Ernest Cole Ernest Cole, 28, of Osceola died Saturday night at 11 o'clock after a long illness of tuberculosis. Funeral services were held at Sandy Hidgo cemetery Sunday..The 'L: G. Mosj undertaking company was- In charge of lunsnil arran-e- .-,„,.,—, Ark., Feb. 18 — In the last, few days several busl- »?*'«.'flrms 9f Lwnvllle have moved their places ot business. Everelt Walden, who came lo 'Leachvllle last fall from Black Boc)t and put in a grocery store, cjo«(l but hts-stock of goods a levy days ago and relumed to illack Rock. N. J. Hipp, who Ims been, conducting a grocery sloru In J. L. William's building,-moral Into (lie store made vacant by Mr. Walden. : Cotton and Earl Drug slorc, wlilcji lius been housed for K number of years In lhc Wctnlicrg building, moved into (lie slorc made vacunt by Mr. lllpp. Tills leaves one vacant slbre on Muln slrect. A eingl? pgiy of r at? vmld pro- A ducc 15,000,000 offspring within six * years if they .were unchecked. Head COLDS ,7 dw nottrllo la rellm \ I IrrlUlUn mi. frotnatf \ ' kwflUnt MENTHOLATUM • C.... COM F Oft T Oa//y K«l hair Is the lienvlcil ot «H hair. Blond luilr weighs lew lhan brown, and brown tes tli.m WnW(- | The deceased is survived by his •widow, two children, one brother and his father, J. M cnio Helping millions to END COLDS SOONER V'CKS W V*n,>Au« Burton Service Stu. AUK. MO. STATE LINK Shell Gas «l Missouri Prices I'l'iiliccs Sandwich Shop Caiju.linc contains several ingredient! «hlch acl tot-tlher lo slvc quicker .elitf for hesclnche BS well aa noina line In fresli coMs, nounilgb. n'ncj for mtueular mill joint aches. Ask for ajHidine I.lqnM or the modified fer- ula, CniJU(HnoTa!)]eLs. 10c, 30c, 60e. To-Night' S Milk delioered while it's FRESH in time for your Breakfast CRAIG'S DAIRY Phone 74 AINNOUNCELV1ENT We Have Secured llic Services oi' MRS. LOUISE McDERMOTT Formerly ccnnetlcd with the La Vogue Bounty Shop of Forrest -City. Jlra. McDerniott is ^a graduate beautician, having' trained at Kaslcn's in Memphis and !«,.'s in Chicago. She will be glad to serve you in every phase of beauty culture. Margaret Deeii's Beauty Shop Ingram Bklg. / «& a cigarette^ like CHESTERFIELD GENERAL ELECTRIC NEW m'5 AllTOMATIC Comparo Yltase F IROXER Ycl '^ •*.'£ " r , uln ')' «««y • • • (i-ii new Ij-E FlatplMe W»y lo ironl He»e'» why. Control it fdlly'aula. m«lic. c«ortln>, without ilr»in . you .il down to iron .... tlighl pull of the conlrol hundlc brinj> lhc ihoo over Ihe ironing tuck . .'. • motor «utomal:c»lly .nplt.i ju.t the nghl pnnure. ,ThU new C-E iron..l,lrli-p|e. |e d(Hnji-rufnci •-embroi<Jcnci-inf»clEY«ryihtpil irciitliuiu,co»tj« n ddron;t,too. '. BOARD — incline J, ihadowj, m«kei ironini fa»icr. ' «HEAT CONTROL— i wo iKer- . . .!>l««!«*». provide unif.orm temperature. . •.CALRDD' HEATING ELE-; ---- pJtNTS — developed by G-E- .. .n i . . !»»<.».» n»nd ironiiif. HOVE IT IN 1TOUR . . . unironcd cl •RUFFUEIRON-forironinR niffle» and enildren'l drcjiei. • liny From Your Dealer or ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER €0. Service" Yoii'knoiv I liketfyat cigarette I like the way it tastes.;. there's ' plenty of Ufste there. Chesterfield is mild,-noL strong . . . and that's- another thing 1 like in a cigarette. . What's more, They Satisfy . .., and that's what I like a cigarette to do. "-•;';' \ * ^t a lot of'pleasure out of Chesterfield . ,. .you know I like that •cigarette. I . .^ "M. (C.S.T.))-t<JLUMBU«ETWMUt I ^ e i9«, i

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