The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 15, 1937 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 15, 1937
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PAGE TWO BLYTHBVII.LE (AHK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar TUESDAYS EVENTS Tuesday Bridge club meets with Mva. C. R. Babcock. Young Matron'!; club meets with Mrs. W. C. Hiseinson. WBDNF-KIMys EVWl'S Delphian fine Aits club meets 0:30 o'clock at Hotel Nolile. THURSDAY'S KV1SNTS Bingo party at Catholic Hall 8 o'clock, sponsored by Altar sc;-iety. Jewish Ladies' Aid will meet at 8 i)'c!qcj< at the home of Mrs. Nathan Weirtberg, of Osceoia. j Jewish Ladies' • Aid meets with ; Mrs. Nathan Wcinberg ut Osceoia I n( 7:30 o'clock. j Thursday Luncheon club meets i with Mrs. J .A. Leech. I FRIDAY'S EVENTS j Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Edgar Bcrtnn entertaining with a 1 dessert bridge at the McCutchen i home for Miss Margaret Keck, a i bride elect. ; r- PLAPPER FANNY V KCAStRVICE.lNC. T.M.RCC U. 5. FAr.Orr, Btif. S. It. Salmon i Surprised \Vilh i'arly i Sixteen members of Ihe First Prcsbylerinn church surprised .Mrs.! S. H. Salmcn with a party Friday i night in honor of her birthday. Tlic guests brought their refresh-1 nieiits of cake, candy out! coffee i .wilh them. They played rook dur- I iu'g thc evening. ' j Son Horn ' ; A ssven pound son, who has \ named Billy ponaW, was boru Fri-' day to Mr. and Mrs. W, B. Buck.' Mi's. Buck is the former Miss Ethel- : ine O'NeiL j . « . | Daughter N'aiuetl. : Tiie tlaughler born to Mr." and Mrs., Adolph Meyers Saturday morning has been named Jo-Ann. Icr Mr, Meyers' father, the late 1 • "1 ylvta i T)[ j i Oseeola Society — Personal C'cii'lnalrs Hirllulay A10NOAV, NOVKJIUKU 15, Dorothy Starr, \\\ the high school udlloi'Uiin»FrWay motiving which ra.s attended by several citizens. Speaking on the affirmative side were Charles Green, Paul Roberson, and Jhninic Chiles, while the ncga- i Attend live side wns discussed by Julian Falrlcy, Cliarles woven, and BDlie Bilvcrblalt. Margaret IHirton was chairman. The affirmative side was given tli2 decision by four to one. former!, 1 Miss Plorine Quiim. Mr. and, Mrs. Earl Qulnn, the grandparents wcj-c In Memphis Friday to visit Mrs. Wilson and tiu tal)}'. Tootball Game Around one hundred fifty Oicc- olans were in Mcmpiils Saturday for Ihe Arkansas-Ole Miss football \ (JU2CU bee will never stilly nny- thing but another nueen Vjce. ' s um nnouicr queen ucu. •& n^ _ _ _. _ _ _ _ . WHAT OISEASESPENNEY'S Mix. Idge Hotel for Ihe wcok cud ait-.t I kepi open house for Arkansas alumni alid fans from Ihls county, j in the tallies, refreshment j and n profusion of chrysanthemums' I In shades of yellow mid bronze Mrs. nwight Blackwcod was win« bU'UHlay of he, tofati.'™«^*\^^**$ '1 afternoon honoring the' taWc of the lace draped dhyliig i which had pink candles in sliver candle, sticks on each side,, Prises i were ivon. by Joan Laney aiiiou; • Ihe girls, anil uy plllle and Buddy ': Vancleave nmoiig tlie boys. ".is Miss Virginia twenty guests with a spa- supiwr and an Informal e.ven- j ing of gaiucs at her lionie Tliijrs- ; day night in celebratipji of her j twenty-mill birthday, the, dicing I table covered with fin Ita.h'ari cut| ivcrk elcth was centered with, a. \t)\<r i bowl of purple and white ivuvi-pom I ehn.sanlhciinnris with si Iyer candelabra on cither side. The, ta^le ; also held the large white- birthday 1 cake. 1 • * 4 W j .Mrs. V>j'i>s I'.iiloiUhks [ Tlv.-cc tables of bridge players ; "-Ere entertained in the home of Julm lUlrlnglon Hostess Tin- Thursday Bridge club with six guests were entertained In the Ucnie of Mrs. John Edringlon ... „ . Thursday aflcrnoon. 'Hie Tlianks-1 , ' '' O s l ' fss »'« Club Mecls trivln» motif ami colors were used'. Ba |' ual ' a n '' 1>ks wa * hostess to members of the Junior Prssrrs-sli'c elub with their sponsor, Mrs. A. P. Splese and Mrs. Dob Cromer. in her home Thnrsdny nisiit. Marie Mayo wa.s the leader of the pro- cram on Education. Ann Scmmes Barbieis told of thp life and work of .Horace Mann. Nancy Tucker also had a uart on the program, j Etich member responded to roll call j with a, current event of educational j interest. I To Have !nsl:ill:ition Iliibl/c installation of the new; Junior B. Y. P. U. officers elected ' at llieir recent organisation took up part of'the regular church service • al Ihe Baptist church Sunday night. 'Ihe officers arc; president, Pauline j Heath; vice-president. Eugene' Tliorne; secretary. Hetty Sue Mastin; treasurer, Betsy Rosa springer; roup captains. Martha Tempktn*. MAY PILES CAUSE? Dr. A. J. Marls, chief of staff of! Ihe widely known Thornton & Miner Clinic, says: "Piles arc the cause of many cases of functional troubles of stomach, livtr, kidneys and heart, chronic constipation, Mrs. Harry Driver and Mrs. Spencer Driver. Among thc guests were Mrs. W. 0. Mason, Mrs, U \V. Walters, Mrs. Harry Driver, Mrs. Spencer Driver, i Mrs. Jim Driver and Mrs. \V. E 1 Hunt. Ms. George Abrey was a tea I guest. enter,- | on Friday Mrs, Edrington accompanied by her mother, Mrs. W. B. Flannigan, and Ben Flannigan. took their houseguesls. Mr. and Mrs. w. B. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, and. Mrs. Doris Hungate. all pf Benlon. ill., to '.'Vmi'H j>ci awfully lired vaiuling tip. Kauny.' "\\hal makes me liicd is lu'iiif; stooi! up." from a deer hunt. : John Holland, who is working in J. award rrs, who )ir.s been with Mrs. Meyers, returned home lasi night. i • s •> i Spn Born. A six-pound soil was born last nfeht to Mr. and Mrs. L). S. Stow-' crs ill the. Baptist hospital at Lit-; tic at Little Hock. Mrs. Slower* is the former Miss Evelyn Edelsj Mrs. Jdm \\'.-iUo>i Cocke jr., who of this city. : w ., s ( nl;e ^ to Ihe Memphis Methodist hospital Friday, underwent a Bits of News ..Mostly Personal R. Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Parker were week end guests ol Mrs. l'ark?r's parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Daiuvon. in Fulton. Ky. They were accmu- panlPd home" yesterday by .Mrs., »„„„„ i-c-dina the ceremony. Parker's brother, V. A. Damron. and . Tno bride is the daughter of Mrs. ipamron of phoenix. Ariz., who i Ml , j n. Clark and the late I. will visit here for several days. ! ;|. C laik. rmc! u guduatq ol thc lo'nl lhii;i school. Slie t-.iujilit school fur .several years in the county ,nntl recently has been a partner In the Palace Cafe. 'Hie brtdcgrcom is farming en lenioon. chrysanthemums in shades i -' iT.',.vpw of brcwn aM yellow, and the tallies ! £,,. ™ d emphasized tiie Thanksgiving season. First and second prizes were, won by Mrs. F. A. White and Mrs, A. \v. Bowen, KeimeU Revealed -««' Uw * ( , Amoiift Hie three tables of plny- crs who were guests in tlic evening. Mrs. Charles Colemnn wns high score winner and Mrs. E. R. Smith Jr., was awarded second high. Consolation \yent to Mrs. Bruce Ivy. Memphis for tli,e 'day. Upon their ' J ean Lil c Baker. Edward Driver, return, the party were guests of Mrs. B. L. Cole is their director. > Mr. and Mrs. Edrington at n turkey i " • * ; dinner i,n their home. i Dale Khklaiui of Plummervill?. * *, • , Ark., is the. guest of Lyman Slied- l). S. l.irev ^ntcrt.alns Euipluyes ! dan tins week. ! M'cund. ( men, all cm- I ployes of Ihe Osceoia Motor ccm- ' - v the Johvi Dcer^ Implement company and two gins owned hy i. s. Lancy, were entertained with cr in Ihe home of STOCK REDUCTION EVENT CONTINUES!! BARGAINS For Monday, Tuesday And Wednesday . T.-P, Florida fi>:i W. T. Kitchens colitis, neuritis, and a genera tired feeling arc often relieved when rectal troubles are proper!} treated." If you have Piles or other recta disorders do not fool yourself, be- E. H. Burns and T. W. Harrell attended a meeting of count)' agents and soil conservationists in Bates- Laney Thursday j villc. Friday. night, followed by an evening at i Mrs. A. r 1 . Spiesa lias b^n at- cards. Sain Coats was given thc \ tending a business meeting at thc for tlie £C01 ' e fl " d clint J1AYTI, Mo. — Thc vvedding of Miss .liviiiie Clark to El\ner Turnage was revealed last week having Ijccii kept a secret for more than i mcnsh. The wedding took place In Kennetl September 3d at the Baptist church wil'n thp Rev. Mr. Debate Creates Interest "Resolved Ttoa.1 thc U. S. Should Strengthen It's National Defenses" wns the subject of thc debate staged by (lie class In Problems of American Democracy, taught b.y Miss Daughter Born Mr. and Mrs. Jarf: Wilson of West Memplifc are the parents of a uauv pirl, born at the Baptist hos- "itat in Memnhis ^'ednesday afternoon, She has been named Ann Qulnn for her mother who was left last Friday for a business trip j cause serious complications ins} "several days in Louisiana/ ! develop from what may app:av U> day as a minor affliction. Wrili loilay to Thornton & Minor Chn ic. Suite 819', 92(i McGee Street Kansas City, Mo., for a free copy of a 'new edition of an i!lustrate< took which explains piles am otli.'r rectal diseases and whlcl tells about the successful method used at the world's oldest recta institution, where more than 48. this week. major operation 3iiturday morning. Mr. Cockc. who accompanied her, returned this morning. Her condl- i t^e Porter place West of town. lion, is go=<\. i The couple will to at home to Mrs. J. L. Thompson, ol Memphis, j iheir many friends at their ooun- visited relatives here yesterday. I try home. Ainpng those wlio attended Use : — .Arkansas-Ole, Miss lOOl'oail game in : TAINESVILLE. O. (UP) —Two Memphis Saturday are F. B. JoynrY. and one-half acres of red tlhtt Miss Annabelle Bryant spent the Ernest Halsell .Mr. and Mrs. W. D. {coin — almost an oddity week end wilh her parents 'in Little I Chaniblin, Mr. nn<l Mrs, Rock. j Eliai\e. Marvin Nuun. J. W. Rayeler, | vcstei Mrs. Virgil Greene and daughter,' i!rs Byron Morse. Miss Mary Bain., erine Miss Evelyn Biyttie. wer'a in Mem- j ! " ui J n ck Finley Robinson. i phis yesterday. ! Mr. and Mrs. Floyii White am) Jack Neblitt. of Forrest citv, was j 50n ' John, were in Memphis ycster- Hie guest of Miss Anita Strackc i tlay. yesterday. ', Mr. and Mis. Louis Lamky 9.110' Mrs. W. I. Osbonie and her sis- i M r - Lsnsky's mother. Mrs. Silverter, Miss Mary Hanna, of Memphis uian, went, to Hivjliss. Ark., yesterday where they visited relatives. m Cecil j (.-ecllon of thc country—were liar :tl on t^c farm of Mrs. Culli- Orleut this fall. left-Saturday morning for \YMO Tex., where they will visit tlieii • inothtr, Mrs. J. B. Haiina, and sis• ter,.Mrs. C. A. .Ruff, for a week pi • ten days. Miss Hanna came hen Thursday from Memphis. Mrs. Hany Tempie left yesterday afternoon after a week's visit with her sister in law, Mrs. E. M. Hufl- nian. She went to Tyrbnzji'ia visit her ister. Mrs. W, D. Andreiv.s, before Elic returns to her nome in Lyles, Tcnn.. Tuisdny. Miss Doris Ra e . Dobyns returned to Memphis yesterday where she Is attending Macon Aiidrcws business college, after spending a few days here with her' parents, Mr. and M.T5. W. A. Dobyns. Miss Louise Eobyris and John Holland, who was (pending the week end here with Ms parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Holland, motored her there. Mrs. Paul U. Tiptpn rcturne:! home Friday (Yoni Columbia. Mo where she visited Mrs. J. L. James for a few days, she was accompanied by Mrs. Arthur McDanicl. of fc'cnath. Saturday she and Dick Tipton. whc was home from Arkansas University at Favct'.cbillc ovei Enroute to Hughes they went to Memphis to sec Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Meyers and their baby daughter-. Mr. and Mrs. Max Meyers and Mrs. Joe Meyers \vi'i:i lo Memphis yesterday to see Mr. ami Mrs. AdolpU Meyers anil their daughter, born Saturday at (Jiu Methodist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Faught and •en. Willinm. spent Sunday in Marianna with Mrs. Fauaht's nephews. Prince and Travis Duke. The Soviet government has pro- du>. ' namy Ix'cf anininls b -'-nssi'V' ?el>us and bison with native cattle. TOO LATE TO C1.ASS1FV Lost . Xcy ring with teveral keys. Ke- ward for return to W. M. Burns. 21:ncoe Held Bid?. lS-pk-18 DREADED MIDDLE LIFt PHYSICIANS call llus period MctiDi^usc. It h thc dreaded clwn^rc of life. Ur, Picrcc's l'avt>rilc I'rcscrip- trou is a Ionic foH women whk-li is remarkably cHieicm at tins time ol life. H .sltimit,itC5 the nitpclitc and Uiis in turn increases ihc in- lake of food, hclpmi; l<j upbtrilcl flic fiotlv Mrs. F, L White ot 7M Cliciakcc Si.. Mus- kogft, Qklj.,, salo: "\VJicu jiasji^K thry iitidckk life I had jio ^pinLtlte and was ticiv ous and Iiad icutbro hcatlaelics .iiitl !>icV aclie-i, asweiaictl with funciiotial ^iturU. stiffs. I look Dr. Tieicc'-i ravorjic ricicrip." ._ : ..I 1 . ?'"I" T 11 ", ,. 1 V C " 1 V. ¥C IL1 ' V •" 1 l'i > rlJI( ' now! JN'cw size. | , 50c., FREE GIFTS FREE GIFTS, Given A way lint;) Christies Only :i Short Time V,pfi lo PrwH'c for the STATE ftUTO TEST Siive Money OH Auto Purls ;ii M l Actcssoric.s c^t,S, c ARIAN AUTO PARTS US .1C. Main Ulvlhrvillc Dr. Edwin II Barren SUIUJl'iON-CHlROI'OplST Little Rock U 111 he in our Store Tuc.scl>iy, Nov. 111. Vhonc 139 tor np^obitniciit Floyd A. White " ~ Shoes & Hosiery last night from lier hoina in Gnr- don where she. attemled Ihe funeral of her brother-in-law; Lloyd C. Newton. Miss Estes. \vlio is hca;l of Ihe coniinercial department of the city schools, was called home two weeks ago en" account, of the sudden death of her father. 000 men and women have secure relief from their rectal troubl? without needless or radical sur t try or hospiializalicn. Corresi»nd cues is confidential and litcratur is mailed under plain wrapper. W1NTERI/K ; TUN'IC-U1> A Complete CUeck-im Ovi MOTOR, BATTERY, I'KESTONK PUT IN RADIATOR (l> (Jls.) 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