The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 11, 1937 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 11, 1937
Page 5
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NOVEMBEU 11, 1937 Bl.YTHKVlUJS, (AUK.) COURIHR NEWS Steele-Cooter Holland Mrs. Mottle Aslier lias received word o/ Hie deatli of her sister Mrs. Jane Watson, at her home In Kentucky on October 17t|i. It w 'll lie recalled that a few days previous to her death Mrs. Wat- MIII, who was 86 'years of age, visited Mrs. Asher, this being the •Nt time they had seen each oilier lii 35 years. * t '>• Officers elected lo serve in the W. M. s, of Sleelc'for the ensuing year'are as follows: Mis. G. \V. Cook, president; Mrs. Artie Robinson, vice president; Mrs. Fusscll Frnkcs, treasurer; Mrs. Sims Michie, secretary and Mrs. J. p. put- teraon, study course chairman. * » * Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Spencer have received the announcement of the marriage of their niece, Miss Annie Wilma Cromwell, of Savanna)!. Tcim. lo James Bradley of Mem-' phis which , occurred at Savannah, Thursday. ' Mrs. Bradley is the daughter ol Mr, and Mrs. Charlii; Cromwell of Savannah, Tenu. and has visited relatives here several limes. They will make their home in Memphis where Mr. Bradley is in business. ' : c s t'f The Book Club sponsored a silver tea and program at the Methodist Church Friday night, the proceeds going to the community library. The Rev. \V. 1. Myers, of Carutlicrsvllle, gave a splendid discussion on book revues. .* * *• Howard Pender lias accepted a position with the LiggcU-Meyers Tobacco Co. of Little Rock with headquarters at Searcy, Ark/ Mrs. Lewis Lester was returned to her home near Cooler over the \ycek end from the Memphis Methodist hospital where she recently underwent an appendectomy. She is improving, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Turner of J^irion, 111., spent last week end here with friends. They were ac- coinpnnied home by Mrs. Basil McClure and son, Junniie. \vhn are tp spend several days with them, Miss Jean Shaw left last ween for Arcadia, Mo., where she will attend high school. Mrs. Fate Frame nnd son and Mrs. Lucille Stephens are visiting relatives in Savannah, Term. Mrs.' Cecil Fowler of Cooler entered Ihe Blytheville hospital yesterday for treatment. Mrs. Ellis Hunt, Mrs. Elmer Wright nnd Miss Ruth Fowler visited friends In Blytheville Sunday afternoon. 'Ear-line Burroughs, BoweitfvTra'-, vis "and ii>ul. German' Have re- lumed hothe" after a visit in" Hot Springs. Mrs. Lavenna Hayes has left lor Pittsburgh. Calif., J where she is to' join Mr. Hayes, who is employed there. T. E. Broclerick. of Caruthers- yl|lc, was visiting relatives here the latter part of the week. He took his two grandsons, Twcdell and Billie Joe Broderick, to Ken- iiett to sec an eye specialist. Tommic George lias left for Jopiiu, Mo., where he has employment. Mrs. George and their son arc to Join him soon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reid, of Oak Ridge, were 6 o'clock dinner guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Smith Sim- jday evening. Joe Russell spent yesterday in ppi"is of Tennessee ou business, i John Elmer Workman, who is employed in \lhe Southeast Mis- 1 fourian at Cape Girurdcau, spent last, week here vvilli Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. JL H. Woikman. Mis. Rubye Barnclt. Misses Nina Brooks and Margaret McClure were ill Memphis Saturday. Mrs. John Anderson of Laiircll. Miss., who |ms been visiting her parents. Mr. anil Mrs. T. c. Be'as- ley, has gone (o Memphis to he with Mr. Anderson. \vho is under treatment at Campbell's clinic. Mrs. K A. McCann and son, Charles, visited with relatives near Oycrsbtirg. Tenn., Sunday. » Miss Dorothy Harris mid liaiif;))- ler, Jerry, spent last week end in llayll with her mother. Mr. anct Mrs. Bob McDonald and Mrs. Uiicey I3esl attended n family reunion of t'.'c McDonald family at Dycrsburg, Tenn., Sunday. Miss Kunice (Jutlirie of Lak? Cily, Ark., is (he guest of her sister Mrs. Ruth Law'iion. . ISiiesls of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Owen. ' . • • " ' Members of the Horiiem'lllc ;hool board hud a six o'clock dmn:r Friday evening at Uie home >f Mr. and Mrs. Peck "Wicker. Homers ville Sociely — Pcrsonnl Tile Rev. Floyd Blower, of Maiden. preached at the . MelUodisl Church Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Scabaugh and son. Bland Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Ritey Knighl, who have been attending Pealjody College at Nashville, Tenn., returned home Fiuluy. Mr. and Mrs. Milfcr:) Sanders accompanied by Walter Ruffin, drove to Cape Oirardcau Sunday. Mr. Ruftin went on tu St. Louis for a few days. Dr. Van H..!3ouri nnd Miss Mary Hardy attended the funeral of C. P. McDaniel at Scnath Saturday. Neil Edmonton spent the week end at MnrianiKt. Ark., with his daughter, Mrs. Elmer Lewis. Mrs. Ed Cook entered the Memphis Methodist hospital Wednesday to undergo an operation. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Hill, of Cape , Girartleau. spent the week here a:; guests of Mrs. T. B. Kinsolving. Mrs. E. B. Ward and Eon. James, of Flint. Mich., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O, L. Perry Thursday. j Miss Lora Brown left Wednesday for Little Rock where she is to be employed in a beauty shop. Miss Sallie Killian, of Sikeston, is spending the week here as the guest of Mrs. Jack Gunter. Mr, ami iVfrs. Ed Montgomery spent (lie week end at East DEFINITE RELIEF OR MONEY BACK T H E WI U«\ R D T n. G A T ME ST luu' tjrmtgtit proiupt. dotimtu rx-Ucf in Ihoiipaniisor caso3 ol Stomach and Duoijenat L'fccrs. duo lo Hyptracirf- Ity, antlOLhrr fornuof Slonntelt lYts- Iras ctu« lo ';.'rcj; AcU. SOtD OK 15 DAYS TRIAL. For roniptaio in- fonilalinn. fca<l "Wlllard's nl^&aeD ol Rtliel." Aik for il^-frcc-ilt ,. KJRBY BliOS. DRUG CO.j ROBINSON DRUG CO. Inc. Alan il a: PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE Shoes Arc .More Comforl- itblc When Repaired at Smith Shoe Shop 115 So. 2nd. Remember, Folks! If you're fixing to celebrate on Thanksgiving, there's nothing / so tasty and mild as our Own Family's Recipe! rrftlrlC us guests of Mr. ami Mis. Ch rles I'aston. ' ' F. M. Stone mill grniKidntighter, Miss Marie Slow, Icll /rhlirsdiiy for Electric Mills, Miss'.;" wliert: hey will spend the winter witli •Mr. Stone's daughter, Mrs: Edna Elone Picks. Mrs, Marie Shepherd was culled i El Dorado, Ark., Wednesday because of Ihe serious illness o! her autil, Mrs. Moiile Lynn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ted''Johnson, of Henry mid duughlcr, Barbara Kixy, Mrs. Sai'illi Rlges nnil Van were In Kcnneti, MO!, Sunday as - , , Uic ijuosls of Mr. ami ift-s. Gcnb . . Riuulol and Mr. mid Mrs. OatUs CCOYRlGm 1737..tils WIWSN HUIIV. U'C . M «*>:•) ••'HENIFV P ~ pi-S«SYlvill« WEN/AW IIENMD WISM?T»> fSOOF-iHC SNAIGHT V-'K:5K'E5"m'tK.'S f SOOUCr «f 20 |JlONtHSO» WOK pip MusiJAIOHt WHISKIES, JW GlUti N£UIR*l WiRITSj 20SMSAIGHI WNISXIV 20 MONTHS Old JS SrKAlOHt WhlSKEV OEA.RS 010 . dipt' Ghiirdeau. were end Leadiville Society — Personal Jack Gibbons, who attends Ar- kuusns stale college at Joncsboro. tins (lie nucsl of his parents. Mv. anil Mi.s. Claude Gibbons, llio past few days. He returned lo school Sunday evening. Misses Hillie RIgys and Dorothy Robinson spent Fridny iiiglil in Pur.igoiild us Hie guests of Me, timl Mrs. J. l>. Robinson. Misses nill Masncr and P:\tricia Anderson ol Monctlc and Jimmie Graham ami jack Dunhnm of PJDH- eould were in Leachville .Saturday evening. Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Robinson were Memphis visitors Friday. Lon GriJiln of Monctte was in Leadiville Sunday. Mrs. W. V. Rigss. Mrs. Nelson Nelson Henry, Uco Tmntlitun. Buddy Selby and Morris Oulg «W In SI. l.ouls sm)di\y on business. Miss Dlllje UlBR.s and Frelduum Sunday In KenueU, Mo., . Mr. ami Mrs, Knyjnoiu) 'j'ooijies »nd small son. uon'alcl Unymond ol iRR HCBTER • To windshield defroster . esitlsfs '" i " i. 8 Tp driver'^ feef • } To passenger's fflet • To entire interior of car IET US INST^U'YOUR DOUBLE-EAGLE HEATER COOD>%AR « LOW AS HEATERS FREE302 MORE 0 MILEAGE , y CENTER /7 TRACTION GRIP Goodyears put in scirice on cool Fall and Winter roads will average 30% uioro milsage. Save—and have (he Goodyear Margin of Salcty. on your own JASY TERMS, Sciuilli, AW., were the- ewsls of Mrs. Toomc's nnivnl.s, Mr. und Mrs, W. E. Wlieelt'r Sunday. Misses I'lUsy'sliuidcnuwyer, jqan Henrden iinii Eugenia cirepr wen hostesses at » dance In Hid Xlasonic Ijall last 'nuirsiltvy gywilnj. Mrs. A. 15. noblnsou niul Miss IJoiollty iloblusoq niul i/jii Orlflln iitlwidcd IM s\\t>yf |n'sQiiiitii, jifo., Sunday iiftcnioon. music vvw furfilslied 'V ft lilt-kelp- tlinit. '"•' i -\, 0»f flf Hie (.urjjrhlng piod- i,o m 'COT,, 7 5 corn (JyijnmlU;, jjojjiitaljy >uper|or to {i|ffg»|yfp%,'fjjyjlppj(j. vui this test lupi;, from ij" piigRr-Iik!; 'suV- ahc^ jcnowu as We fjpughl pur F oi a'normal'fall busi- Pfier of our consumers, PF M«n» Women and Children hence this at resl sacrifice prices. er 13th IK) \V. Main COATS All Furrc(l lallorprt, ' 'f'h.e l''urs: Cross "Fox I'llcll '' Ja'l>" .Mink {'lion " Values 39 75 Regular $39 r 75 Coalts Down Ti> ti*4%WrA rich lustrous lur M M f i}\\ 1 io' the- mln- <T m * " v Kvfry Cciil with rlQ ti'!fi)i)»pgs and 'slyjea l.q t|ic' m|n lilo. ridily j|i,ed and wool inter- 27 Up to $27 T 50 Coats Press o/jrf Sport Styles — . —Marked J)o»yn TO >' styled dress and spurt Coats In „ lV irtc r . m|(D of novcUy and siuooth-u'cnve wooleps. 75 $16.95 Coats Now II?.-?? Coats Nojv $10.915 Coats Now 75 SPORT COATS 9S fll>.7i! Values W 75 I'pr nil .'.iioj't agllyUlcij ung for nil types of icnlhcr you could n^i bp'it one or Ilicsc Jiistinoor Slcrzclbnck S|)0i'l .Goals, styled Ijy jJoll,v\vofld "'designer.-!, "lio CuuieJ's Hair Coals (11 tlijs sjrou-i. Compute rnngc of Keduccfl f'ricps * Pur lluijjt plnssy Jeiiji l''rpeks arc i\]i pltcj'cil in lllls siieclnl HCpup '. . . iiilvanccil wlulcr' .styles, dcslnitlc, cclors, $16.75 Dresses C/ii.wy ijciiii and other Ifftod iiiiikc.t . . , new swiirl coloi 1 c<iii)bhiutto|is . . . .every $l(J.7r, Orcss Included In this group. $12,75 Dresses Now Ilcaiilifiil new Blylc Di'i.'i- OTS that offer style- and quality at a real money saving price. Cut yours early.' $10M Ellks ijnd ll(jht wclnht woclcjis In a wlil'c'va- riety nr new and aji- pcnlfng styles. Idpfil for ljusincf.s, slreci or dress wear, $795 PRESSES Cjv Ills)' nij; colq m's lay) $7.95 Ncjv his)) shades, also daij; colqi's'lii (he sca- sn'n's fnyprcfl sljrjcs,." $575 $347 Phildxen's 3rpc r Qpat Sets ' Coal, UjKginjrs and hclniel, values " Laidies ew ^hades - - $9.95 Values Jg.75 Vaitics Values PRICKS SLASHED f)EEl> ON To Clear Them $13,95 SUITS Men's Worsted Guit.s in .solid colors and .smarl, patterns, appealing nicdcls, reduced lo IQ95 9 $17.95 SUITS SI9.75 SUITS Including worsteds and ca.s- i'lmcrcs, plain nnd sport, tacfcs in riairis. Checks and Stripes. $16.75 1 Rroup Men's V/onl Suits, plain ana span tacks. sin- Sic and double breasted models. - jMjen's rail' Oveal Sale.Qf. t}lf>n's I Moiiey Saving jOVowfl l-'inp :ill uonl fabrli-s »n t l In ;, «rr;il varh'ly nl iiatlrins. T|| C i, (0 |,ig|| C , r ,i cc ^ ftmiin incluilr Ihc famniis {riirlce Cirals. $17.50 Values '$19.75 Values $14.95 $16,50 S21.50 V*, $17-50 $19,75 /feller SUITS Fine all wcol worotccis. solid srrys, browns niid blues, -ilso lancy patterns. Values Valuer CURLLL S27.50 SUITS The Finest {or the Money, Now Men; Hero's y.our chance to get, n curlcc at a $3 savin?. New patterns, regular, short*. longs, short stoiiUs for the hard lo fit men. 24.50 Shown wllfi Icngics or knickers 'In sires to 18. Beautiful fabrics. . $,8.95 Suits $9.95 Suits $10.95 Suits .$12.95 Suit^ $10.45 $6.45 $7.95 IJ BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS

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