The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 19, 1935 · Page 1
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 19, 1935
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*AGE" TWO COURIER CrcL Social Calendar •• WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Junior O.A.'s First Baptist church meeting'at church 2:30 p. m. i Uible study of Church of Ohrlbt meeting with" Mr?. "Walter Clark. '\yen.nesQay Bnngp c.uo mtejuu \v|iri Mrs. James H. Bill. Mrs M 0 Vsrey Mid-Wtek. Bridge club. .Ujrlphian line Arts club meeting at Hotel Noble, 0 3U a.m. Mississippi County Federation of \yomens clubs exccuiuc Doaru ... mt£tin a at Hotel Nome, 12:30 p.m. M ' and mmanHat, for all day meeting. 'Jewish Ladies Aid meeting with Mrs. E. M.'JulIeq and Mrs. Morris Silverfield at. Mrs. JafTee's home ih CSccola, 8 pm • Armorel P.-T. A. having niecl- Jiig at ficliool, 2;30 g.m. •A'ar'bro Woman's 'Missionary BO- clety meeting, with Mrs. Will Laferney, 2 p.hi. foe so?ial service. ! Senior High P.-T. A. preseiuiiio play 'Black Eyed Susnn" at high iclicol auditorium. . Mrs. Ross D. Hughes having Thursday Luncheon club. [; Mrs. Edgar Borum entertaining Thurida., oontra.« club, ThUrtony, Bildie , club mcetlns \htli Mrs ''tied Rutherford. '' PRIliAY'S EVENTS Costume masquerade dance at country, club, 9:30 p.m. [ Senior Hlgn p.-T. A. presenting ijjay "Biafik Ej-ed Susan" at high tehool auditorium. '•Woman's club meeting at club house, 2 30 pjii Mr. and Mrs. A. Comvay will have as their guests the last of the week Mrs. w. gchats of He)r enu, who formerjy lived here,,her niece, Mrs. Hanson and daughter, Miss Jane Hansen, of Hew' York Mr6 ' Ccc11 Branmim hns yono city . i- -... ... M . . s rns ome Dr. Edna Nles and Mrs. J. P. Store here for several years and Mr. and Mrs. Sum lloum. rc- Lentl arc in .Memphis, today. Mis. Braniuim was connected with turned Friday night from okla' Mr . lh « »™ ''» * ° Has Bridge Luncheon J'Mrp. Matt Mowghon ptUfftaln- ed 13 guests \vlih a bridge luncheon Saturday at her homo on-West \VfUnutEt. j ,. Talisman roses ctccorntect the small luncheon tables nnrt the iilacc cards v,eie hi Keeping with George Washington's birthday. A two MWEB menu .was-ficyved. In the bridge gitmes Mrs. W. J. PolJard received a hors d'oeuvrc plate for high score und the 'sec end pike, a crjstul decanter set, Went io Mrb, Hany Ul|by. Compliments Mrs, Allpy ...«<^ /u.-.ti ivten to Newport. Mrs. ' Mrs E R, Alley, who Is mov- Watson went over yesterday to UlB io BaiftcUl, was guest of hon- Who <,Vepara.Uons for a house 01 a^a P art V Bhen Monday of- Mr., und Mf's. H. J. Dodson and tenioon'by Mis.',E M .Hxlffmanj 1 ^'If.VoWB.'Dtjb.-i.and'-Miss -'0111110 :I»,a corn guessing tautest Mrs. weob (jure returned from u brlcl 0 O Graves was winner ; of Uic visit In Sheffield und FWm.1prize: . • Ala., where lliey, visited relatives ^ The guests shoveled Mis. Alley of Mr. Dodson for several rtavs r,,ti, mn * „? i,.«j, ...i.i.,, M r5 . vjoyle Henderson is' l,ot Memphis today. Mrs. 0. J, cos Is : in Bt. Loins wyfiis for lije. New Economy >h "" Mmc? Doyle Henderson, valh gifts of handKcichiefs. Sandwiches, ^D>\ ^ nnl \ chololate were Veived. Baptist Vf, M. U. Meets »..iuv^ i/ujii: neautjrfon, Marcus The woman's miislonaiy union Evrarrt and Hnrry V}. Iiaines urc OS 'tho First Baptist 'church met at I|J Memphis today, the church Monday afteinooh wiin' Mrs Roy Head giving tlic dcvo- Bits oj News Mostly Persona' Mlw Maurins' Branson' ims re- wh man, Mr. and Mrs. N, Johnson;! Mr. nut) Mrs. Zeb Rijno, Fi'anh' HonrnVHinl Mrs. Rulii Lawhon at a diiinei- party at their new country home... .-,.•. Clrcji! ntinjbpr one of the Woman's Missionary Society was hostess to a silver tea Kiven 111 'he annex of the Methodist church TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 19, • 1935 yo Know-nil (his, btoed arc'you it yo,.('cally .id it," John' 13:17. Morning' •"session—hymn,' "More About Jesus";- devotional, "Accord-1 F "" CU r qn ,",,, ! i !i ^ son of Little Rock. Hutchln- |ng to- thu patterns," -'licb. -0:5. Mrs. 'Lloyd StickmonV Blytheviile'; jjraycr'; hymn' ''FJing out Lyj Cabin School CAMPENTON, Mo. ( cnbln school house V A 10? doing Oaceoia Society — Personal tending tho southeast m , 6bgm . Teachers College 8 t, Pane Olrar- dean, spent .(ho weekend, 'here vis IUIIB-, his, parents, Mr. and Mr Jnck TcnBtcr. Mi-s. J, E. Lllli I ersona I > 'Miss EUim Kliourle, who for ii'SKrvii-M H«U ll/r^J'-'" month has bcpn vacationing in the Scrvlce 8 Held Monday -"•' i' •' •'• ' ~r=. Western i>!irt, nf nvioiin^n. ..-,j t ' np •'• ', *ir* • n ' • tor lowney'T. Curry ('•*•,-<-* , tijimi t fjflg Vtlfr tllC »•'•'••*'* *.-v**vwj <*vw-/t - IQ . acilj I Banner"; business "session; Echoes '. ewvicc for pupils- of .Cha of the state: cbiivciilloii, Mrs. R. (Bluff, near here., The one- • --,-.. ;•,„-, >ui|iii£ i;j ni- western part of Oklahoma; return- llf j «l nome .Thursday evening. Miss lay ^. hol '.' ll? , lla ? wsunietl her work i"it , E. U Cole,' Oiceola; talk""The W. will'he presented "al'tho 'flret Ml u '- plan - of Work " Mlss Ma »'- Ncw plans and activities o MIOV lunrterly meeting of llio Missis g!Xle1 ' of LIttJc nock; hymn "Break Thou the Bread of Biuprcoimty Woman's Missionary ,5?"" UnlQ . ' . ... STJ5EI.E, Mo.~-Funeval cewlc'cs UnlQn o(. Baptist, churches to be . MW nlh,"« .?»*.<»'H*store .here, Afternoon session—hyuui Attorneys ~V*"''G°' lioll.tnri w i plnk , c ", kc wcre scrvc ' li ^iM^''>" i!! >mcr , ni °t«''«i to I'ortiigcviilc 1 ^°s>- ffi%y$ B^'r^ s"cSy h ~^:! ?S." *" m n " rt vlslled| 0^;n^r W - C ° Wl '"lan^Smeif^f'^r ""'^ ^ l - 1 » ^ ta "«« Fred Harvey spent yesterday in ** •Memphis. :, Mmcs, \v. J. Pollard,'-Elton w. Kirbynnd w. J, Wunderltch spent (sterday in Memphis. ." Hayti Society-Personal visiting h, firlstow, and other clt- : ?,n, wa in kcn ,5 week lo lllc ' Lu » c!leo » la ^ te in the form i lea in Oklahoma for the past \vecl; yt ! ev j, lllc hos P Itul ' w >-«e *™M <V..? Dutch ;trefjt. \v]th «acli person rcturrad home Friday cvenliiB re g' u ff' ,, , '=•• '}MlnS •4ijHsh^-feK/i::.,v •: ., ' — _ I uesioes. nui wife he Is survived 1 In'the 'olftttJoohTpr'ogi'wii^a'dia-l ~ = y y , u ' rcs £ ° n5lv . Qnd 'hree daugh- malic presentation of the - year's tcrs, four brothers and t.ivn cfc. hvmTi "Piint/ nut n, n r> > _A . • . . of Dell; special music; talk ' iOIflcers illul Committees that Stecie-Cooter Society — Personal ivnaa uunu niiiwen, o: ?)e\v york w».ii »i-aui»iui nas yono . , city, who will arrive Friday, mid *°. " cw l>o''l; Ark., where she join, Mr. and Mrs.'? W~mm^im Mr. Schatz, who will ; come over crt ... llcl ' "'island, who Us connocted have been vlsltlny hi Texas' -iiid Saturday evening for the week- w)tl1 " tfnisslore Jherc. Mr. liran- Hot Springs Aiv huvo rehinmr end. . ': mini worked In the People's Urns home " '"«»w(i Mr.' nii'd Mrs. H. P.' Klrshiici and duughter, Miss Nancy, w'ill spend tomorrow lii Memphis. the live m,d Un cent stored home: whiVc" U.eTwe^',, Mib, s. K, Ssckcry HH<( son of 'rclnlives Charles, nnd _ daughter. Fcda, of Abe Rushing, Misses s. , ,,' . , e using M Mrs. Harvey Morris Is coiivolcsc- J;'"""" 1 ". and L, Khoiirte, of Cairo, Rushhif and Callle Loa'iic Mae Duke in Memphis shop. and Mre. Cleo Garrett en- ull ,of- Manila. il itien'lces Will hp ...t. )V« «|" DC nt al the. Methodist.^ church al Manila £• ' ' ' -_j .-.„.,.„ ,„ vuiiiui^Dlui- T1| ' H' --•••-«• n. | VI1 U(1J1U| IVU^JlJIiy HI 111 Ing ut her hciiic follpiving two "'' wcrc lhc 8ltcsl5 fo. Miv>. Wolfe spent Friday ivceks trealincrit nt Caihpbell's al ' oul>lc a »a diiiigliUi'B, Sunday, ping clinic, Memphis. . . Hollls Fraziei 1 , of Ohoffee, Mo Mr „„ Mrs. T. H. Morrow', of Lu.xomi'K' rtUl 'J VC ?. k t Cntl „"?, Tl , BlllnB '"'"i"" 1 Mr. ami Mr5 . sim . Is nt the Memphis Baptist hos- f'.!". , ml ^^ llc ", Ml »'i"' Ho » ls M'thlc, Mr. and Mrii . Gcr ^h^ "™ U1C """"'S'' "I'' 4 ff •««• °^art -The ^ O ; MOSS Undertaking jff^L^i "'"°' " «t-,a.-^; ^M^^te^'-'lZSel, 1 " C!mrSC ° f rUneral pitnl where she underwent an operation for appendicitis, ffcr condition Is vary good. 5he went down g- pesenaon o the • year's lers, four brothers and two sis- liyran, "Fling Out the Banner I et ters - It. Float!" will be given by' the group of Lusora, directed by Mrs. C. B. Wooci and Mrs, B, O. Wil- Services Tomorrow b. Gladys Tatum Mrs.vGladys Thelnm Taium, 30, of Tayjor, .-Miss... died early lust »lsht--;.(iti the Blytheville , hospital after u two .iveeks .IllneEi/ Mrs. Tatum .was. v'lsiluig her mother, Mrs.-M. L..Jolliff,,at Manila', when she was stricken with a non-com- munlcable; .form of meningitis. 'She is-survived by two children three brothers;-and her mother, Wns. "Vnn,,,l,ir» Knowing BSue Star The Jtch Germs To get rid of itch, rasli, teller, fool ilcli, ringworm or cc/cnia, cover with i , enia, cover w toothing Blue Slav Ointment which r- I .Doing ,cll Break The Grip Of ''LAXATIVE HABIT" -Tfie e»jy v.ay to iuuefc the gtip of tJin- ytous lixative hibit jj to tal;o deCdoua | —"If soaks in quickly and hills Hie itch.' ' Moucy back if first jar falls. Lax The JBladder Use Juniper Oil, Bucliu Leaves, flc This 25c test free if it fal|s. If'Irregularity wakes you up, flusu out impurities and excess acids Oct buchii leaves, juniper oil, etc in little green tablets colled Blj- KETS, the bladder Jus, Works on the bladder similar to castor oil on ttv-> bowels, poorly acting bladder can'cause disturbed sleep frequent desire, scanty now, burn-' injt or backache. In four days, if not pleased any druggist will icfund your 2jc. Get your regular sleep and feel "full of pen" Oily Drug, Stoic. -Adv.l35-B oosensCouoh DOSES child—rely on and Tar. Don- cough I Jt JU! lous. Gtt r" Tsko no p(i (j^^j^^j BUjranlM. Prooft'iifi HONEY &•,&«• IRKVSiV.'tlon rwjulctMiociion-adu TskonopUiw. Mooey- uwat BujranlM. At »u iJnigisS '••'-"— fp/^gti w£s«S 1 .S^dTpnl"^L, 00( **l-" M^ QW- F«en iminl. It is His .deliglilftil thit conums the Uxitiv, ns e which medical lesetith h piovtn do fotm i hjbit. llccaiise you chtw Feen-a-mint Iho IIXAELVC is mixed with helpful jwicej uid ta entsts ynur IVSICQI sci« . Friday night. Her sons, J. P. , Carl Morrow, remained at, honie Mrs. unrry Brown, Misses Louise anil Virginia Bpurlund, Mario I-eegclt and Ida Mae Warren reent -yesterday in Memphis Kobert Hill, of Bassett, Is u nu- tlent at the Memphis Baptist )ios- Mlss «uth Oari}cr, of Memphis IIKS arrived to be assistant danc- mg teacher to Miss Margaret Mof- Mr. nnd Mis, Joe will move MSI week to Newort, Mrs. Uohal "Lifting the Banner in the ilome [ Land" was the theme used' by \ New Liberty Baptists Are Building and the _„. Robert 0limes, W Wmes. M. Crow and Herman Walpole gave' a pageaiil of flags with. Mrs: Russell ~ ' 'the ' CaudHl farm on Highway 61, i'outli of the New Uberty' community. president, dismissed 'he inectinij.' " "•"'-• " ' 4 tfeti for lionore - Circles 2 and uj attendance _ Club Women to Attend Lurichton Meeting Wednesday ^Interested club women of Bly- vhenlie arc h«ited to stteiMi the luncheon inciting of the execu, tj\e board of tno MUsissipprcoun- t> Federation of Women's clubs 30 the building and the -men of the community arc doing" the wort. The [runic building is bui'll in "T" shape and will be painted while. • ' This church 1ms no regular pastor but lias services quite frc- fiuently with different ministers I • "Mrs j Velvln ol Lesvi ? -.1llc ' sv ? -. stpte president, sj;.-) Mrs John Fdrlngton of Osccola, district pres- .>p cak ns gucsts df j ment, or. "RBseriatloas mav be made Mrj>. s S Sternberg at 981. vii- Aiif. iin;tuyuifit • cnurcn at Manlm »no a* nituja irilende^J No liiidve nuii •linn lijmoi'iow 'at 2:30 o'clock with biir- '*'' >»;< fdiitttir <o ar' !r upt tj/Ufn. func- raid ialat Mani|a : cemeterv ' i "T' F " M ' ( |? i 3 t ! 5 i?!»n>pt. fully thoro» E i,. vart -The ; I,-: o; Moss 'Undertaking] mi»»™a ht, l^'L^'r.'^i^^ iM,y i s d.nseroui To,Uy, 'g,t b.ik"oi. antt sliy c!i«e. DeUaouj Fetn-l'miac. 25t At dniKEtatf.''''• llnl^ 1 •. Burke Hardware K * 5 v f !<"A o- V« "' i As f i '« V/V #•* ^ v !^ <- ? / i Admitted to the Blythevllle hospital: Russell Green. Braggadocio, Mo.; Aubrey Naramore, Roselaud; Mrs. Dennis Mulllcan, Manila. Dlsmlsscd: Mrs. J. J. Bryant, city. _, Scho ° l Key Lost 15 Years A1MF0 5 D ' Conn (up> -A e Law School Journal key, lost. WHham A Kelly 15 scars ago Nes York City.- CARO Ol'' THANKS • . are very gruteful to our i friend,-, nnd neighbors . for the 1 kindness shown us during our recent bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. R. I!. A&A Family. . effects of Jacob Blow as re to Kelly W ho now u i udgo l o of. Darlen town court COLDS FEVER «-'<luid . TahUH ' Fir51 P "^ ^.iv t - .Ve Drop, Headaches Liquid In 30 Minutes "•S/ WKOKSINFOBHAmH = ^f. t . l s t "^. <l . r '?»'">« SV^SS^aJHSSiM" si*"w<ano!£ . 4 L S. POOR RICES^ JB^BHC^ STIPAT1ON, BAD UREATH SLEEPLPSSNFSS OR HtAD- AOOS.'Dti: TO EXCESS ACID "^Sf^j^jSg';'?"«««< •'/.^ ROBINS ON DUUG.CO. Ph6ne^ lU - ^05 ' We Dslli , Atk C^rdul llulll Up Her Strength She had lost strength nnd fallen off in weight until her clothes would not nt, writes Mrs. A. S. Curtis, of Winston, Va. "I know I must get something to build ms up If I k-ept eoiiig," she says, ' : My aunt suggested that. 1 Jry'.Car- dui. I am glad that I did, for It built' tip'my streiigth. I have taken It. at .intervals, since (lien, \\-hen- sver I felt'the least '"rundown.". Cardul revives the appetite and .mp:oves nutrition in cases where sucli a medicine is needed. Thou- sndE. of . tvcmei) , t^sUfy Cardul bcnentcd thsni.' - If it does • not ceneflt .YOU, cons\i)t -a' physician. ' - .'..'• —Adv, 2CP24 Burton Service Sla. ARK. MO. • STATE UNR Super Shell Gas at Missouii Pi ices 1' ranees' Sandwich Shop hi connection ., need an excuse to stay a little longer,.,, irjr+r *nr % cT i» ' ,S f^ CENTER SMOKS ' o I give you the-mildest -sinokc, the best- bitter lo the-taste. I scorn the 'coarse batloin tasting smoke. Yoti wontlcr what makes leaves,so hurshaml unapptuixing, l'anicaie- inc diffcreiiv. I'll tell you. It's center (eaves. ful ufyour friendship, for [ am made, only ol I spurn lhc little, sticky, Cop leaves ... so -the.mild,.frugraiu,'expensive railer leaves. iiiM iiij, i ^-.p ?s»tf»'. f^\ g*"7'(j •

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