The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 7, 1935 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 7, 1935
Page 5
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•THURSDAY, MARCH 7,-iwe- BIATHEVILLE,' (ARK.)' COURIER-!NEWS Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS lly'Shy Ny Sunday, school class First, Baptist church meeting with Mrs. J. H. Smart, 1)32 W. Mall!, 7:30 ix m. American Legion Auxiliary meeting al Legion hut. Named Honorary Mttjor, Miss Virginia Tompkim. <la»Bli- U-r of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Tomp- klns of Bimlctte, lias been appointed honorary major of the ROTC battalion al Ouachila college. Ar- kadel|>h!a, Ark., and with other sponsors will take part In the ceremony ol the annual war department Inspection April 17 and U), by Col. H. E. McMaster of the Omaha ot- Jtcc o( U)c Scvcnlh Corps Area and Major Doer or Little Rock. > * * * Country Club to Have Steak Supper. Members of the country club will have a steak supepr Sunday evening at the club, beginning al 6:30 o'clock. Following supper there will be various kinds of entertainment. Members are asked lo make reservations by Friday evening. * • * Wednesday Clul) iWeels. Mrs. Whit Goodman entertained the Wednesday Bridge club this : week when Mrs. Dixie Crawford • was a e»est. • Lunch was served at two tables ill the living room where snap dragons, svvccl peas and other spring flowers were attractively arranged with the fireplace as tlic batk- .'UTOUlKl. In the bridge games a black now- .cr'bowl, tilled with jonquils, was •won by Mrs. paul Huckins jr., who • Is now amilateO with the club. • • » Kii/fJi,iu Clays to Meet The Enzelian Sunday school class Mrs. c. B, Kettlngcr. A spcclnl effort' Is being made to have all member* nttend. * * * \Yill Observe World Day ot Prayer. Tpmorrim- Everyone Is invited to attend the union service at the First Christian church Friday afternoon, 3 o'clock, to observe the world day of prayer. A number of members of various churches oj r the city are assisting In the program. The "day" begins in New Zealand and the Fiji Islands and as the day progresses, new groups in city, town, countryside and linm- let Join in praise and prayer tin- til In the course of forty hours the day ends in Hawaii,with evening service for young people. In this time nil of lije groups .ire praying that everyone may be one In the service for Jesus Christ, that everyone may truly learn to follow Klin whose way is the way or life for nil men, Hint, all may be faithful witnesses of His love and Kk life-giving power and that men may find the way of which Individuals and nations can live together In ireacc and understanding. «. * • Delpliiaiis SlitUy Ne«- Ocal Mrs. W. M. Williams discussed "New Deal and New Dealers" m a meeting of the Delphian Fine Arts club yesterday at the Hotel Noble. Mrs. James Hill, president, gave a resume of Hie work of Hie present adminiblration, bringing out the different agencies organised during this time and Mich- functions. « » • I). A. K. Has Meeting Mines. F. B. Joyncr, Clulhrlc King and G. G. Caudill cnter- Ulned members of the recently organized Charlevoix chapter of the D. A. R. with a tea following a Early American Women" wns given will) Mnvihn 'Washington, Betsy Ross nnd Dolly Madison rtlscusscd by Mines, a. c. L/ftiigston and deorge M. Lcc and Miss Cortlclln .or the First Baptist church will'meeting Wednesday ftftcrnoon at • nave a business meeting this eve- (lie Joyncr home ulng, 7:30 o'clock, at the home of The nrortrajn 'on "Outslan.lmi, The program on "Outstanding LUNCH With Your Friends ut Phone 122 The Best Place in Town to Eat When \vc inaugurated our - Luncheonette Service we installed ample equipment to insure proper preparation or ijoml foods and enable us lo give prompt service al nil times Today we oiler the Finest Ijimcliconettc Service In the state. Lunches Served Daily 11 A. M. 'till 9 P. M. . Mrs. Jnii)es D. Clnrk, regent, presWcd In Iliu business sessljn In which plans were nniile ror i"ll t!te members (o nllend Hie stute meeting in Jonesboro today mid tomorrow. Tlie hostesses served " refreshments (vow an attractively «i>- |)olntcd tiililc ilccoratctl with spring flowers and tapers. To Compliment Hrldc. i Mrs. Rupert Orafton. Miss ch;-« - 1 I Louise Davis and Miss Martha Uoi)- jinson are entertaining with n uridg; ' party Friday evening, ut (he Crnf- lon home, for Mrs. Dill Crlhlleld, who wns betorc her recent nnir- rlagc, Miss Jayne Barnes. Methodist Women Attend Zone Meeting at Manila There were 79 members of women's missionary societies of Mi-lli- cdist churchea in zone 3 who nt- tenilccl the quarterly meeting at Manila yesterday. Mrs. cnis EUerdt [r., of uurdelle, zone leader, pye- sided in the all day session. Besides the members, guests were: Mrs. H. Pewltt of Jonesboro, dls- .rict sccretm-j-; Mrs. j. Green of Joneslmro, leader of none 1. null tile ev. J. R. Nelson, or Lu.xoru. } 'I'lic devotional was given by Mrs. 1'ed Green, president or (he" bake Street Methodist, church jjroup of U'.is city, Mrs. John Bcarden. ol' lx!achvllle, led thu study ot the w. M. S. liandbool;, and talks were nade by Mrs. Pcwilt, Mrs. J.Orccn o r Joncsuoro, nnd the Rev. Mr. Nelson. Mis. J. w. Moore, ol Lcach- ville, sang si solo. Tins made up the morning program. After lunch, served by Die hostess group. Mrs. J. W. Denton, or Lnxora, led the discussion from tlic booh "World Outlook." Tliis theme, was prcscnl- ;<i In a skil eiven by members of ;he D?H Eroup. Mrs. A. C. Haley, Blytheville, spoke on "Spiritual Life Work of the W. M. S." and a pageant was given by the young people of I lie Manila church. Bits oj Mostly Personal Pecan Grove i\ews Mi™ Mildred Cash was the week end guest of.Mrs. Lucille Rolreil- son. .Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robertson entertained a large number of friends Saturday nlglu will, a birthday party In honor or Douglas Robertson. Everyone is invited-to the prayer lectmg lo be held al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lareoti crump Friday Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Robertson have moved to il le house on (h- Birchet place. The Rev. A. J. Crane of T«r uoro, N. c.. Is visiting his brothers, C. J. Crane and F, W. Crane, for a week or ten days. Mrs. L. K. llayncs 'will under go an operation at the lilythcvllle hospital (lie first of (lie week. Miss JuanUn, ot Hnyll, Mo., is spending the week here. ' stew; Davis, of Memphis, has arrived here to spend a week on Imslness.' Mr. mid Mis. Jack Jackson,' «[ New Madrid, Mo,, have arrived lu-iv to make their home with A. C. Hall lyirt family while Mr. Jnck- £on fs headquartered here. E. c. Patten attended to business in Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. N. p. ICnlghl have as (heir guests Capt. and Mrs. Sherlll Bubcock, or New York City. Mrs. Babcock, who visited here seven years ago, Is a sister of Mrs. Kmglil. They will go to Memphis Sunday, Mrs. w. j. Wundcrllch, who is visiting In st. Petersburg, Fla.. following mi extended 4 ( ny here, plans o return hero soon for'another visit before going to her home In Springfield, Mo. Betty ninek Is in from chivken- pox ui her home on West Main .street. Mr, ami Mrs. H. j,. Hale and Mix Louise Chapman spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. John Sinollicnnan and daughter,. Miss Gladys, have returned from » visit of several days in Hlckciian, |\y. They were accompanied home by Miss Lida Moore, sister of Mrs. SmoHiurmaii, who Ls their gui-si, Mrs. Harry Kirby was hi Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harwell lianas their guests Mrs. H, p. nawliii'-s and daughter. Barbara, of Forrest City, Ark., w ho will be here until Sunday. W. A. Dowell jr. spun Tuesday n'.Blil al Walnut Ridge with his parents. Mrs. 0. E. Wilson, , called on Mr. and Mrs, J. K.-Ep- wson Sunday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Qus Ebcrdt hod us their guests Monday Mr. Ebcidt's ii)0|her, ot Burdettc, awl relatives from Pine miifj and Clil- cn»o. Mrs. aus Eberdl attended the Missionary zone meeting at Manila Wednesday. Miss r,ols irillwas (he guest of Miss Delia I'urtlc, of Blylhcvlllc, Sunday. New York Cotton NBW YORK, March T(UP) Colton closed steady. > open hlgU low close Mnrch 1?17 1231 1211 1220 May 1230 I234 1329 1331 •H^' 1335 1239 1235 1238 Oct !?22 1220 1221 1225 PCO 1229 123'J 122V 1232 Jon 1231 1238 1231 1230 Spols closed steady al 1250, mi- cluinBCd. , Rural Students Best In Attendance Record UAKHISBURO, I>a. (UP) _ Ugys «'!<! girls from the runtl sections or Pemisylvaniu, despite the distances they have to go lo school, outdo (heir brothers Hud sisters from the cities In regular class attendance. 1'vrivc: altciHluiitn records «n- ncmiu'cil lor 193.1 bv ihr sute Department of 1'iilille instruction sMw lhat 17 out. ot e;ieh 100 pu- In rural communities did not miss H day of school. In the larger city districts only n or each 100 were neither absent nor tardy during the year. Vtg l.r r Slwlcr miOCKVU/Ui, Ont. iUl'l-Blll Jackson, defense man on a local hockey team, Is believed to be the. only lioekcy player j,, || lc world playing Hie game with an arli- flclal leg. Jackson lost, his leg several years-ago. He Is » fast, strong skalcr and good slick-handler. Rend Courier News Waul Ads. PAGE FIVE Closing Stock Prices A, T. and T. , . .-, ....... 103. Anaconda Copper ...... 8 1-2 Bethlehem steel ...... 25 1-8 Chrysler .............. 34 i .« CHIP* service . , ........ i Coca Cola ..... ....... _ General American Tank 31 1-1 General Electric ....... . 22 7-8 Clcnenil Motors ........ 283-1 Inlcinnllonal Harvester New Orleans Cotton NKW ORLEANS, Mur. 1 tW>- Colton closed steady. open liluh low close March 1220 1V2G 1220 1220 May 1230 I'i33 1220 1232 J«ly 123T 1239 123(1 1238 Oct, 1225 1220 1225 122(1 l>c 1233 1233 1219 1232 Jon 1233 1235 1233 1235 fc'j.'ofs closed quiet nl 1252, up 3. Women occupy a.vury interior position among the Twins ot India; upon mQ'.'tlni; u limn, u wo- mun must greet him by touching Ills feet ivltli licr forclu-iitl. - Montfoinery Ward New York Central Packard ................ I'hllllps Petroleum .'.'.[' findio cori> . ........ '. St, I.ouis-san Fnincl'ic aimmons Bed Standard of N. J. 38 3-|i 7 1-2 •23 7-8 U 3-1 a 7-8 H 3-4 4 5-8 7 133 5-8 . Texas Co ;U. 8. Smelting U, 6. steel Zoiilto ....;.',,,'-, 1-8 Chicago Wheat open high low Mny 95 1-1 88 M 08 j.j Jill 80 1-4 007-8 893-4 603 Chicago Corn clot* •X for HEADACHE du* to functional dUlunb th «tl totcihtr lo eti'o imtetin relief lor JiMiUehe as mil -a p.lni Ouo (w r,eih coIJf. iicurAlgla, and for nivicullr itiJ Joint «ch(n. A>k lor Cipiidlne MgtiM or Itio inoJIOfJ for, inulo, Cnim.Hrit: ToMtla. I0c. 30c ( COc. CAPUDIHE I „ liEAUTV INTIHUI-ST \v aii;l) reams when you me DiiBarry Conloiir Cream ... n clc.nucr ana emollicnl. Siinj)lt; and cllcclivc. New Liberty News ^Irs. J. P.- Epperson, who luis Ji.'eii ill twin lufliiciizu, i.s iimirov- ng. Mr. anil Mrs. Garner, of Handy Ridge, weie Smulny guesU of.Mr and Mrs. Willie Cane. ,, Miss Pauline Beiiirien.. or-^Luxora, was ilic gue.sL of Mrs, Logim" Perkins over Ihc week end. Mrs. Sam Smith, who lias been confined to her bed for several days, is' improving. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Stout and DuBARRY TRIAL COMBINATION Regular $2 I'DM Pov- ucr villi $1 Bliceialjize Contour Cream BOTH for $2 For a limited time BELL'S PHARMACY ['hone 100(1 M'e Ik-live SANDWICHES A . Specially — The Best, in Town. SALADS So Delightful—None to Compare. HOT FOODS Sundwjchcs - Chili- Hot Tamales - Hot Dogs. MALTED MILKS Double Thick — Itich nnd Nourishing. SODAS Giant Size— Served with Pure Fruit. Our's for Origination. So Delicious — Generous Helpings. AI.L KINDS or rnuw DRINKS COMJ'LUTE LINE OF BOTTLED DRINKS Blythevilles Cosmetic Center Enchanting New Cosmetic Creations I'KATUKING. IIEiJiNA RUBENSTE1N And All Sluttdfird Brands CLEANSING CREAMq - ASTRINGENTS - LOTIONS - l-'OUN- DATION CREAMS - KKIN and TISSUE CREAMS - COLD CREAMS - I'ORG CREAMS - MUSCLE OIL - FACE POWDER - LIPSTICK - PAKE or CREAM ROUGH - MASCARA -.. MANICURE ACCESSORIES. " Smart Women Always Want, Smart Cosmetics and Bonnn Offers u WiUc Selection ol Slamliml Bninds ror E\'cry Type of Makc-Up ............... COSMETIC SPECIALS SI- 10 (,'oty Face Powder .................... (j[)c Cofy Face ['owder imd Perfume ............ 98c « !, i nil W'^cnsli-jn P;iwieuri?ed Fact Cream, ami • &l Helena Rupenslein tjeau(y Qruiii, Uoiji fur C 1 " 1 " 1 ' - ' OIXMI high low May 81 1-2 82 j. 2 8t j. Jill 77 1-2 78 1-3 77 3-3 78 There are many nioie death from electric shock during th sumniet than In any other tensor u»o lo the inobtness of the skip SPECIAL 10 Day SALE Oil' Spring Coals & Swagger Suits i -this tfituij) of Suits ami Sivasgcr Smf H will l,o a •BOUWO of delight lo every womun. All ncw.&jmiig models . . . Navy, lilues Grcoiiji and Combinations, oiilalund n* vat lies »( rcgiiliu- prices. Sizes 12 (o 48. ?29.75 values ?2.1.75 $21.75 values 519.75 ?in.75 viilues §17.75 S18.75 values S1G.75 $16.75 vnlucs 9M.75 •>1^ to i.M.75 vnlucs §9.75 ami §10.75 These Suits and Coats Arc'Beautiful Select numhei'M in tailored" and fur trimmed, .silk crcpu' liriei!. Come and make your selection wu'ly an tliciie prices will only holtl good for 10 days. A de- posit-ivil) [.old any garment for yon, .hist Arrived—15i« Hliiymenl of Hah; In all iieiv novelty and rough straws, lirlms and iin'-«ic-f:u-c styles, Specially $L9r ileautiful line of gloves, purses, hiiritlkci 1 chiefs iiml other accessories for your •Spring wiinlrolc. Spcciiil - - New Spring Shoes' All new Si>rln<; numbers in our 53 lint of S'liiiips, Sirups uml Ties in |fc j. /* f NiiV)-, JJi-lgi-, llUcli, Brown inul Com- ®/l.Z3 bliiaticn i:nliirs. Sizes 3'^. lo 9, AAA "rfc*"™«^ to B w Id II is. " Ask -To «fc Our Line of Kabo Corselletlcs ' iiucl Girdles in 2 Wny Stretch New Economy Shop >'»sntm I'hone SI51 TAKE ME ALONG Weed Cream' .. ..... ..... 39 c -n , .. ..... ..... ,»0c Uarnberlain's l|aad Lotion ..... ....... ;}Sc 7 iw Hind s Honey & AlmontJ 'Cream ____ . ____ , J?c ; Pomffi'9 Prescription Service ™ wilv, ! .7 CM:r !) uiul * filled at Boriim-s IP, ,rd PI f l y - What J ' OUI ' rt °P lor OT( lcr,s Bxpcr r M Dativ r T' SI - on "" Vy rrom ' 7 A -' M - t° 'I' 3 PHONE 122 For Prompt Pelivery Service •WE,DEUVEB 'ANYTOING ANYWHERE., •••• i A. M. TO 0 P. ; M. EACH DAY .... Clioosc me for your companion. 1 don'i lolcnuc the bitterness, the acrid sting of undeveloped top leaves. Why should you? ! don't tolerate % • (.lie harshness of gritty, tough, bottom leaves, Neither should you, Jgive you exclusively the' fragrant, expensive center leaves —the mildest, the best-tasting of all. They permit me to sign myself "Your Best Friend." LEAVES SMOKE

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