The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 8, 1937 · Page 2
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•\ PAGE TWO HMTHKVir.LK, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar .'. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Younj Matrons' Bridge club meets with Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Tuesday club meets with Mrs. rloyd White. D. A. B, meets 1 o'clock at holnc it Mrs. W. f. Obcrst. *. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS U. D. C. meets 2:30 o'clock at home of Mrs, S. P. Marti!!, 060 West Main.. Ladies. Hible Study of Church of Christ meets with Mrs. Harry Sansom at 308 East D.ivls, 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Henry Humphrey hostcsi n't bridge luncheon In honor nf Miss Margaret keck. . ' t THUftSlJAf'S EVfiNTS Tljursday Luncheon club mVcts wH)i Mrs. Ross D. Hughes. , 'Thursday Afternoon club, meet: vsHhi Mrs. Max WbotQii. " ' ; FfUbAY'S EVENTS ElnuvcXKi Cemetery Association meets with Mrs. T, .i. Seny on Highway 18, at 2:30 o'clock. " , Stated meeting of O. E. S. at hall at 7:io c'clocK for pot luck su|>|: To Give Farl.v for Miss Margaret Keck Mrs. Henry Humphrey will lie hostess at !i bridge luncheon Wed- nesdAy in liatior of Miss MSrgarsl keck, who will marry Dili F. Ssnllh in December. Tri'is fethe first of several parties (liat'.wili bo given In honor of Miss liccic before her \Vedriing. • * * Daughter Born A nine pound girl, who hns been named Monyn. Kay, was born to Mr. arid Mrs. H. 'C. Blahkcnship i\t flic liomc of Mrs. BlAhkeiis'nip's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Eaion, Saturday afternocri, Bits of News Mostly Personal FLAPPER FANNY - At the Hospitals Eleanor Storey, four year old daughter of Mr. mu! Mrs. R. l>. Sl6r.ey of Lone Oak, underwent; n second opposition today at the Illy- thcvillc hospital. Siie has Ijeen ill for some time from inflammatory rhcumafisrii. Ci. H. Grear underwent a tonsil- ect6my yesterday at the Dlylhcvillc hospital. : Miss Jessie Lee Long, "student nurse at the Blythcyillc liospital, foas recovered from ah ftppcndlcitis operation. . Mrs. Parker Cassidy and infant baby were removed from the Bly- thevlife,hospital to their hpirie, 214 'avenue, yesterday lii ' aniiiince; , " . , : ' Mrs.''Preston Alley and Infant baby wfere removed from thc-.Bly- tlieviilb hospital lo their home," First and As"h streets, yesterday in a Cobb ambulance. 'i Mrs. Marip Childrcss, of Cnrdwcll, Mo.,'who lii\s teen a patient at the Blytlieville hospital for a month because of a knee infe'clian. was removed to 114 West Ash street, yesterday In a Cobb ambulance. Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway have returned from Marshall, Mo., where they visited Mr. Conway's mother, Mrs. Emma Conway. lor a week; Mrs. Jessie Srite, who has been confined to her bed because of! rheumatism for the past three weeks, is sllehU'y improved. Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Donoh jnj cliildren. of Carutliersvillc. .vere guests of Mrs. Belle M. Woo'd yesterday. Mr. and. Mrs. Harry C. Temple jf Lyles, Tcini., arrived yeste'i'day 0 te the K'JMts of Mr. nnrl Mi's. I. M. Huffman for a vvc'ek or ten lays. Turner Kisscll and Mrs. Clidrlcs Blanclmrd went lo Memphis yesterday to fiel Mrs. Klsseil who 'IRS been in the Methodist hospital for two \vee];s following a •;ii'njor operation. Mis. Klsscil is liilch improved. Mr. aii'd Mr:;, John Har'oron, 'ormerly of Dyershiirg. move'd hcj-c Taturdny aiid ars living In one if'lli'e Wood apartments. Mr. ilar- >rcu is connected with UIK Joyiier- 3abcock Motor Sales company; C. C. Smith arid Ira Kiel 'vie'nl n Inrtinniiiiolis, Ind., yesterday to attend some nices. Miss Vera Ell/alieth Goodrich.! ivh'o lias tech srek froiii a col:l lor | .lie past few days, Is hVjw iihprov-1 ing. 1 J. P. Holland and B. • F. Oayj ;pent the week end 'in Hopkins- vllle, Ky.. with Mr. Holland's jrrihdpnrents, Mr. find Mrs. J. C. Thurmond. j Mr. an:l Mrs. Pete Lcnli, ol j Memphis, were here Saturday I night and Sunday as aucsts of j Mr. and Mrs. John F. Lead, i Latham Stncey, who is attending State college hi JonesWoro, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Stacy, over the week.end. Among those who went to Cur-' ulhersville Saturday night to. hear IMS. Ruth Bryan Owen Rohrtc ipeuk were Mr. and Mrs. Ray WorlhinBto.n, Misses ; T h c I in a WorlhingCon., Hcsn Hardy aiid Dora CoppcclBc^ and Drs. Garl ivntl Edna. Nles. Mrs. John P. Wdmhan, of Litlle Rock, will arrive Wednesday lo b'o the guest pi Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Robinson fqr twB,days. She is aohi- _ing "over to Attend the dedlcAtion 'of the D, A. R. marker of the Armistice pay program, having been Invited ijy the Cilnrlevbtx chnptev cf this ciiy. Mrs. Rena Blslion and children and Elsie Scott were called lo Poplar Bluff Friday • tJCMise 'of the ;leath of Mrs. Ira Anderson, who died at, lier home on Thursday of a heart ailnveiit. Mrs. Aifderson ".viis t sister of Mrs. Bishop. Marion Gray ah'd Bob Oakiniui. cf Memphis, were guests of Mr, Pcfoiscot 4-H Clubs To Hold Achievement Day CAfUJTHfeRSVILLE. Mo., Nov. 8. —1'omlsc'pt County home economics clubs will hold ' their .annual Achievement Day program at. (lie hl8h school gymnasium lii Brnjga- Ucc'io. Wednesday. Nov. 10, it was te:lay announced here. • Sessions will Ij'e held both after- ncnn and morning. The afternoon session, which will l;e presided over by Mrs, II. L. Clippies, vice-president of Hie wo- niim's cOnnfcll, in as follows: Community singing, led by Mrs. Kathryn. Swindle and Mrs." Orcn Hull, of necrlng; play. CoUonwood homcmakcra' club; \:lny. Gilison Busy De'e club; song. New Snn-ry woman's club: pageant of pioneer women. Carutlimvill? rlub, directed Ijy Mrs. B. M. JFnwlkcs; stunt, Stan- Icy club; play, Moslcy dub; report pf Farmers' Week, Mrs. Coyne Buchanan. CnruUiersville; stunt. Carleton club; hutncnuufc kitchen bmi'd. Inqrnin Ridge club; reports '.'rrim Clubs, by president of each club; presentation of certificate" froiii College of Agriculture to clubs reaching stAnclikrtl of achievement, by Miss Lor'enc nvyden. county home demonstration agent; c.iiii- milhtty singing, led by D'ccring club. and program. Mrs.-GaRC Knight, : iresklcnt bp'eniu)'Die mce'tliiu. MIT,.] H. II. Brown/lej Hie devo'tlunnl.; Mrs. T. M. Spidell presented the pro-jiam taken from the niasja/ine. "Rbynl Service." She was assisted by Mrs, Bail Long, Mrs. Knight and Miss Myra Oenlsh. Mrs. Spidell also read portions of a letter from Mr. and Mrs. Roswcll Oirens, mfcsicimrics to Palestine. >.ni!!R tre business KCSSIOII pliins were madi? for the Mission :Jy eonrss to Ue held ;it ihe dmrch on Wednesday afteincon. Mrs, J. A. Dale closed the meeting with prayer. '» * * Mrs. Elhrl Thompson, Mrs. tVcfisle Wilks. Mrs. Mea Bcswortli iiul Dr. P. l,. Ogilvie drove lo Chnffce, Mo., Thursday iind ,-it- •riidc:! the funeral of C. W. Liiii;;- Jon, a^ed f;il)it>r of Wayne L;IIIB- AJII, held tlicrc t::at day. Miss Martha McKlvofii fiiient Wednesday evening in Blylhcville, Mrs. CioiJ'ic Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Solomon and Mrs. I.eljowil/. 'Pent Tuesday In Mempliis. Mrs. C>. W. Lincoln spent last Monday and Bluff, Mo., ai SATURDAY; NOVRMBKR o, 1937 Tuesday in Pojilar llic t'uesl of her daughter, Mr|. rred Ainn. Washington Cathedral ,in Wasli- j fngton, D. c.. where Woodruwj Wilson Is burled, is visited by more limn a i|iiarter of a million per- j .sons cvety year. CClUE&IIMF !lfr A U iH^P^ rfcffllmNE WEAKNESS women wlio suffer every fclllillillR licrwl;»-!ie. nervousness, irrita- !)ilily ;nnl dib'xiin- furls associatal with y~i Innttinn il ilis'urb- ;>, f f .-moo-, will find Or. ! I'iorce's l-'avoritt t uiittitm a bcMtlkial I'IIIH-. Kc.nl lltis: I I I Milj<> I>[ 1 II Ir.lllllloj] S| Hou,. >i"! I 'I it Lo I . ul'il v ill) in in i ft i, ii, I UMil 1>I. I'icnt's UMl I'K lifl- , . llff it :fmil NH juxiiii Jinl lit'nc.l 10 rdin I K-IC Jiiuili l.clu-i in cieiy \v;..v. nf MJUI [ici !i'»n In od Oi 'i ~i l o •.! < ni,i i, mu ii»iuni5i«i nblus o liquid SI 35 Jiuy Cai'iitiiersvilie Society — Personal "• "I'd innVc his winter suit out of ^cotton ;nul it S'.r.vdi'css'ifll." Mr. l ; inc!!i. It's l:ns.«viinvr ili'ilii ' and Mnyftcl'd, Ky., yfstcrclny. ! Mlsies Frances and Virginia Little returned 16 C'nlimibia. Mo., last, plght after having sijent n few days here with their parents. Sir. and Mrs. Tom Little. Ravehtiiis Sea Peck Holes in Roof HAllcy was tlie lirsl miiii to establish the fact that, coihets travel definite collides iind return at regular intervals. Beware Tfee GLOUCESTER. Mass. <U'P>—sea gulls u'my he beautiful to th'c artist, but they are posts to waterfront (>roperty owners. The birds carry their tidbits to rooftops and peck so vigorously at crab shell's that they make nolcs iii Hie roofs. Has Record of 25 Years •gi A .... . c •• •• Gfhy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. c. M. Phone Company Service; Gray, yesterday. CARUTHERSVILIjE. MO. — Mrs. Austin Tilrnan of thij city, cmotoyc Mr. and Mrs. "E:l L. Berry and son. Ed jr.. veturncd to their homo .in Texarkana this morning after of the Southeast Missouri Tele- j spending the week end here with ph6n c Company, has been present- \ their daughter. Mrs. w. B. Gilbert. • c'd with a gold pi" dehollns 25 years j and Mr. Gilbert. Tkt continuous scrvic: with the company. Mrs. tiiman Is one cf only two 25-year-service employes affiliated with the company, the other residing at Sic. Gencvisve, and recently receiving .1 gold piii. Mrs. -Tilman served three years in Cape Girardeau. and 22 y;ars in this city. A balloon rices not rise IJPCJI it is light, but because the air I around it is heavier than the gas | their guests. Mr. and Mrs.-Lee Brown i iicMe. ' cf Saugus, calif., were In Paducah Mr. and. MXs. John A. Riggs. of , --:^_ ! Little Hock, visited Mr. iinii Mrs. i Aubrey Conwny over the week end.' I Mi. and Mrs. A. Conway arc in]] Memphis tnday. | Jack Walkinv of St. Louis-, attended lo business hers today. .Mrs. '.\f. A. Pcrtis and Portis Turntine. of .Mrni|)his. were guests of Mrs. Essie Diivls yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. j. A. Leech and ' N6 irmtt'or how hi Any 'nyccliciiies yo\i liavc tried frir ymir common ,eongl.r, chesl cold, .or..bronchial ir-; rlla^ipn. you cap gel rpllcf now wlCh Crcoiiuilsinn. Crcpniulsroii not only cojiitains the- soblhlnE elements cornmou !6 ninny, cgn'gh. rchicdics, such.nS Syrup of White Pine C'om- pbuh'd with' Trir, ii:id Hiiid cxtra'cl of Licorice Root, font it also hns fluid extract of Ipecac for iUs poxvcrful p.hlcgm loosening clloct, fluid extract of Cascart for Its nMM laxative circci.! an'd, most Important of all, Deeclnvood Creosote, perfectly bien'ricrtjWllli nil ol these so that it Will reach the soiirc p ; of the trouble froin the Uisid;. Crcomiilsion can tic taken frequently and c'ohti'unori'sly hy lioth ncliillj'i rind children with I'Ci.iinrkablci results. iThc\isarids of prople, who rc'nlly kilow their drags, use Crcomiilsirm iri their own families, realizing thai this excellent, preparation aids nature lo soothe the inflamed mucous membranes, lo he«l the irritated tissues, and lo loosen and expel (lie a common cold V. Vv. A. Miss Ifeleij Gaitiiei- was hosiers i: Ihs nseinlvcrs of the Y. W. A. ot^th'e Boiitist Church mvd their yiohsor.^ Kfrs. J. E. Brown, at the mine of her parenis. Tlie girls stildi'e'd sonVething of the work be- ng done by the denvoninalion liuong the Syrians anrf Armenians n the Near East. Tlic hastens =erved refreslnnents (iftcr tlic brief butlncss session had been held. » * * IT.ir.li;! Missionary Union Elect I Fourteen members of Ihc Bap- list Missionary Onion met at the church Wednesday afternoon for • nlohtlily business ih'ecting Dr. Edwin II. Barren •SliKCKON-CHIKOPOmST [Jock dorm-laden, phlegm. Druggists also Ifiipw tlui. effectiveness of Beech'- \vood C'rcflsdtc aii'd they rank Cre'p- mnlslon "tori!i" for Coughs .because' Vnu get a real rtosc of Orco.<ote iri Crcomiilsion, emulsified so that il is palatable, cliEcstlhle, and nctive in going to thp very seat (if the trouble. ..Crcoiiitilsidp is .Bcnerally found ratlsfa'clory in the treatment of 'CDiishft, chest colds .and Bronchial irrUatlon, especially th'osb stubborii ones (hat .slnrt As just n common cold rind hang on for dreadful (lays mid nightii thereafter. Even if other 1'cmc.dlcs hav.o foiled, j'oiir rirti'ggisl i.i nulh'orlz'q'd to refund every cent of ymir Ittoncy if you nr'c hot satisfied with the relief oWalncd from (lie very first bottle, of Creomulsifm. Don't worry through another sleepless mghl—HOT Crcbimilslon. . Crecliuilslpli |$0hqiiv6v'd~iiol two, and It hias i\'o hyfih'cn hi it. Ask for it plainly, see that tile name (in the rnltlc is Crcomulsion. and .you'll Rd the Bcmiiric produol. and the relief thtit ynu wA'.il. (Adv.) WIVES !f for your liil.st>and you care .And him yi)u waul te hold. Kchd iiim (o Suilhiiry's I'lavluius' 1 . , (lis only iillhirlinn will lie lii lioivi. vSUDBURY'S PLAYHOUSE i. 1. Svulbury Harold SiulUiiry IVill l:c in inlr Store every tliinl •liicsn.iy. rhoiie u-j ror n'lijiolnt- Floyd A. White Slides & Hosiery Why Iiily a I'h'otd-Cmipon from ilini'raiil crews wlieii THK SOUTIiWOntH KTIl|)!O will issn<- you oni- ABSULUTKIA I'KRK, gMwj; ynil UKTTKff. I'lfOT'OGKAl-HS, QlltCKEK SEK- VICE AM) l>l;i.lVi;HV ami an abscnra of Hit: to men-asp your orilrr. l'.Vnt()Nl/i; YOllls IIOJ1K INSTITUTION'S ! .SOl'TtiivoKTIi, Jlukei- Or Fine riuifngriiiilis. for Outdoor Women LACE Brown Elk. Combination last $5.50 SO MANY Women PREFER NU-WA Wiimi-n, as a rule, are more critical (if cle;niiii# than men. They ilciiuiu'd ,th'c liust of ' workiitiiiis-hip. That's why so niiliiv of niir (.'iistonierH arc \v D m c ii. hci'a»«c they've Icurnc'ri fiinl our methods jirrtducc the most saliaiat- lory results: Let Us Clean Your Dresses Siiils and Coals Phone 180 Ladies' JUDING BOO'J'S Tun Russia JODPllURS Tan Elk 15 j Complete Stock of Luriies' GALOSHES B-OVI» A, ARE YOU A GOOD (3UESSER • 12 Pair of Rollins Run Stop Q T T ir TT TA Q T GET ° FF TO A b 1 L li H 0 S E FLYING START TO BE GIVEN AWAY .to the purAon wlio can inaltc tlic closer.! csli- iniitc- of linw many yard.-, of .-.ilk il lake;; lo nifik'e a pjiii- of Kollinr, ('.UifTon First Pruo I) Pair Hose Second Prize -1 Pair Hc'sc • Third Prize Z I'Aiv Hose 'GliT Flil.l, DETAILS AT OUR ST IN ROLLINS Contest runs from November Iptli until December 1st. W " t?a_ovirj.A. IHIIiriE"3l , ^srfri ote s. * *» v - .T cTo/ .' For you! first fashion flight tnis fall ^.,^ uo _ cnc of Rollins new, smart, animated stock- ins shades to give ycu; cvJun.z the .', add^d "lift" that will iste you high in THANKSGIVING 'Beginning Tuesday Morning l.lcir'.s I!K> >ic\vs yoiTvc been wailing_i'or! \Vc luivc a rompJek- slock ol' highly .seasonable McrdiaiKlisc. .And do you, know llicro arc only 39 Shopping-.Days Until Xmas? Thai is \vliy \\(.' must clear our slock and make, room I'or new :Mcn-liaiidise. So cvcryiliing i\lUST GO. It is nol our policy lo carry slock from year lo year. Ail Costume Suits All Coats— All Daytime Dresses($10 Values and up) ALL HATS GREATLY /Dobba NofV \ Included 7

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