The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 16, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 16, 1937
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PAGE TWO BLTTi'HKVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, NOVEMBKJl 10, 1937 Luxora "' !* Sociely — Personal Scout News Boys Gii-ls | "| j Cnsskly; Miss Oyul Puller niv.l Ray. '•moiitl cnniihcrs, both of Carutli- crsvillc, Ijy Justice A. E. Tats; Miss Zeldie Lnwliorr Gratly Petty, Social Calendar 'Delphian Fine Alts club meets; 8:88 O'cloc^ at Hotel Noble. ; Executive board of Central P. T.! In R meeting at tni> ciiurch. Mrs. Friday (iftoriioon for Its monthly Wilson liehvy (>> lvf Hie devotional.' business and social meeting at HID Twenty ivele present, j home of Mrs. Frank Simmons. Mm. Mrs. H. l>. PiUtcllsou mid Mrs. ! c. F, Tucker urn! Mrs. Artlnll L. E. Bi\k«- were hostesses lo olr-1 Hushing were co-lmstcsses. Twelve I etc 3 which incl m Mrs, itnker'a I members v;ere present Ai.. meets at school at 2:30 o clock; j llomc , Mrs Sn i|| t , H,ii>i c f E ,,vo the; Mre. H. E. Uarnctl led the ilevo- A ..I~.L. devotional. 'l>velve \vcri' present. Circle 4 mt'l in llU' home of Mrs. V. Cl. Holland. Mrs. Charles Crljcer s^ve (lie devotional ani Mnxmi; Kml gavo n reading. ElfVpi , lvcn , ,,„,.<,,„ regular meeting at 3 o'clock. Ladles Bible Study of Church of: Christ meets with Mrs. B. P. Shellon. '10l Jamison, 3:30 o'clock. ! • Trit7RSDAV'S EVENTS Eiugo parly at, Catholic Hall 8 o'clock, sponsored by Altar society. Jewish Ladies' Aid will meet nt 8 cj'clock at the home of Mrs. Nallian Wclnberg, of Osceola: .Jewish Ladies' Aid meets with Mrs. Nathan Wetribsrg nt Osceola at;1;30 o'clock. Thursday Liincheon club meets with Mrs. J .A. Leech. '^Business \yomeiVs Circle, otFirsl Methodist Clitire!) meets 8 o'clock nt church. Chill supper at Lnke Street Methodist Church 7 o'clock sponsored lA 1 Wolnan's Missionary society. ;Mrs. J. T. .Phillips to be hostess to Thursday Contract Club. .' FRiDAtf'6 EVENTS !\lrs. O. W. McCutchcn and Mrs. Bd?M Bonim eniertalnlng with a d.oesevt bridge M the 'McCutchcn honle fov Miss Mnl'gnrel Keck, n bride elect. j Music department of Woman's Club meets 3 o'clock al building. W, SI, S. of Lake .^treel Church Meets .'like Woman's Missionary Society of ih e Lake Street Methodist, church met yesterday at the church for Its regular, meeting. Y,TS.' : George Oyslngsr •'led ihe devotional be/ore Mrs. O. J. Rogers L?ptlsl W. .M. V. lias [loyal .Since .>h't'linx The Woman's Missionary Union jf ihc First Baptist Church met :i Roynl yeiWct; nicetln^ :tt i:ie Church yesU'i'dny iifleriiaau with 15 present. Mrs. Leslie Atuon? liti<! clinrtje of Ihe program wlilcli was on 'Syrians und Armenians." Mis. Milter Bishop li'd (lie devotional on "Praise." Mrs. H. !1. Hrooks gnve a talk on the .subject of the progra Mrs. li. L. Hcedcr anil Mrs. 1. It. dhcpheixl olicred prayers, Mrs. .'mil L. Tiptou Mine "Puss It on", -ccomiwiiled by Mia. Murray .iiimrl. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon talk- d on "Palestine" and M' Cordelia Wlllilte sitolte On "Syri:ili.i ncl Arlhehinns in America." Mrs. llotiiil. After the business meeting, hostess served n pinto Imicli. the [core closed prnyet'. llio meeting Jnlstian WunU'll's .Llint'fl Ha 1 ., t.uncliroiL T,;e Womnn's Council of the irst Christian church met ycs- erday i\t Ihc Imll for a I o'clock iimcheon when 'Jl ntlendcd, Limch \vas served buffet style at long tables decorated wltii bmuiuct'i m H. ami I'. W. Club lias Tuny for iMemlxr The mcmbr-rs of th; nuslness und I'lofcsslonal Women's ;lulj inol nt Ihe home, of Mrs. c. H. Klnv last ni^ht for » narty for Mrs. llcr- Ijert A. Ti'timble. recent bride and member of Ihe club, wlis was foi' merly Mhs Imliitcne Morgan. Mrs J. G. Hnrncs was co-hosles-s. " h,, r||,t, nr(>.;?i>!rd Mrs. 'Ti'iimlilc with an electric heatin? pad b-'lor the 20 quests present 'went to th- I'nlnce rnfc for irfreshuients Aliss Ulcanor W.VIILI Wcilf M. L. Ciiirner The wedding of Miss Klrnno- Wynn of Dccatur. Alu.. to M. "IT( nnrnw ™lemni?.ed herr Salurdny at the home of Mrs. nim- .scll oaiues. sl«ter of the bvidc- liroom. The Rev. A. D. Harris performed the ring ceremony in tin- presence of the family mid n fc-'.v friends. Miss Wynn is lh r daughter of Ihe laic Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Wynn. 8hc was graduated from high school In Dccdtiir. • Mr. Garner Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Gainer. After attending high school here he attended Dodges Institute of TclciU'a* phy at Valparaiso. I ml. He Is now ngenl for the Frisco linlhvny company nt Yarbro. Bits of News Mottijr renonu the ft this Moslem World?". ' aHtt : Plans were made for n chill sup-' lier to be held nt the church Thursday night at 7 O'clock to iVhlch the public is invited. ' Mrs. Ivcrson Morris dismissed the group with prayer. lunch plans ditleieiil were to mcetUii, miule for O, A. of Baptist Church Has Meeting • The pirls 1 Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon. | The devotional was led .by Betsy Bee Buchanan. Jcltye ctoirc Hurt- , „man talked on "Fintlln*.a Friend", Horns.' Jean Berrymah made a short talk. Deumris McOhec spolir on "Speak- i.Hg Go<id of Others", Evelyn Shlb- le>' gave a «iaUo solo, Alice McFall discussed "A. Friend is Unselfish", and Vivian; Vlckers .talked, on "A Friend is loyal". ; Mrs. M, FltMlihihons Itiul clinrge of tlr,; program oh "Blessed are tile Peacemakers.' 1 Several niem- ^ers aavc shell readliiHs, on Ihc =U v ujec(. Mi's. John C. Mcltancy snug "My Country is Ihe World", ncccmpaiile;! by Mi's. Fltzstimnotis. Mrs. Ueuruc W. Ilarham Save a pbyiel on "Influence T^at Makes for Peace or War.'' Mrs. Norwood Hedge icvievvccl the bouk, "llircc I'otumltlcc I'or Dance Appointed The bonrd of directors of the Ulylhcville Cotillion cluh met nl tfcc home of 'Mr. ami Mir,. Ma.s Wooten Insl . night anil the com HiUtne. to bcjln charge ol Its Hist rtalice. to be'given on Nov. 24, was, appointed. Members of the committee arc Mrs. A. R. Wclcnkamp, MVB. J .W. J. P. Holland, Mrs IV, M. S, Circles Have Lad ftlbelhlg of Year The circles 7 of the Woman's Missionary Society of the First Methodist Cluirch hart their last i Adams" ~Mrs meeting of the year yesterday aft- JMeycr'c.rabfr. Mrs. cnrllon Smlll; eriioon Circle 1 met with Mis.N, M , s Wi R Liuvs | lt ,. Mrs M ., x Jesse TayloV with Mrs. J. E. Pal-i WootM , M n.\ Logan nnd That tersoh and Mrs. \V. A. Slickmon! as co-hostesses. Nineteen were | present,-Mvs. James Hill .gave the. devotional, j iloreas s. S. class Mrs. W. D. McClurkln. Mrs. [ Has Regular MecUtij Wed .Jlanna, 'and Mrs. llarvcj'l 'Hie Dorcas Sunday school clas: Morris were hostesses .to Circle 4 of the First EaV>llsl Church me 1 ••••••••••••••••••I H Hcvlen- I nil Hnri/olls' 1 Rabbi Herman Pollack will Vcvie'V 'Lost Hflrlxctis". .lames HIKc.ll, al .he monthly book review nl the Temple Israel tonight at 8 ' The mcnitiri'.s o. Jip Jewhh La- lies' Aid will serve refreshments. An Invitation lias been extended he public. Will Attend District County Agents Meeting Miss Com Lsc Colcmnu. county home demonstration ngcnt, nn:l Miss Inez Klucnld of Litlle Rock. State specialist In home induslry. who Is In Mississippi county toilny and tomorrow, will go to Jones- bora Thursday lor a district meeting of county, ngents. , Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrvcy Morris .spent the week end in Flora, III., with Mrs. Morris' mother, Mrs. George Adklns, ivlio was 1)1. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1!. Blmms returned to their home In Lnke Village Ibis morning after spending the week end here wilh Mr. and Mrs, E, IS, Woodson, their daughter, Mrs. Charles Penn, Mr. Penn and their new baby. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lewis ot Joncsboro, und Mr. Lewis' nilther. Mrs. ,). B. Lewis of Mlnmi. Fin., were here Sunday us of Mr. and Mrs. C. n. Penn nnd son. Joe Evniw lefl today for Dnllua. Tex., where he will attend to business. He was accompanied by Mrs. John 1'. Lentl, ivlio will go as far as Sand Springs. Okla., where she will visit her brother Raymond I.einin. nnd family. They will return the latter pint of the week. Mrs. V, J. Abbott Is In Birmingham. Aln., visiting her father, W T. Mills, nml family. Mrs. 8. Jledcl spent the week eud In Poi tagcvIHe vtsllfnq relatives. Mrs. B. 1). Wilson left yesterday morning for Llltlc Hock where she will attend n meeting ol the Grand Chapter of 0. E. S. will Ije nwny for three days. Mrs. Wilson, ivlio Ls worthy Mntrou of the. local chapter of O. E. S n delegate [rom this group. David DeFlf, of Newport, ivns I (he week end guesl ot Miss 3uc Wllllngham. Wllllniii Pcmi of Greenville, Miss,, FBSIH Sunday with his brother, Charles H. Penn. and family. Mrs. W. A. Qrlnmiclt Is sick from typhoid .'ever at her home on South Lake street. Miss Prances Hemming, of Memphis, fwent Sunday with her par- ciits. ihc r»"v. and Mrs. L. P. Plem- mfiiR. Mi.s. w. M. Yancey arrived Moti- dny lor several days visit with her Cnrenls, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Spniin. on her return from a twelve d-iys trip lo Doiroit, Mich., and Canadian ' l«iims. .Mr. and Mrs. Russell nowen. .Air. and Mrs. Jimmie Slack, Mrs. Eliza- brt'ii Sillman. Mr. Joe Williams. Mi.s.s Cacrio Mae nice. 1 ;, nob GDh'.s-; pic. and Mr. and Mrs. Fay Me-'V. of Para'iould. altenticd the Aiknnsas-Ole Miss football game j lt\ Memphis Satui'day. both of Manilii; Miss Lenn Gibson and Enrnest Frnncway, both of •• Uut'hville, by Justice Ciissldy; Miss l Opal Fralloy aim Rc'^lncld Pankcy, i both ol here, by Justice Cassidy; Boy scout troop 33 met last night ' Milis Edl >a Mac Davis, of here, ni'ul at the Christian church Hall when ! I!l >r"ey Conarl, of Paragould, by Melvln Halsell, assLslant jcout mas- : Justice Cussidy; Miss Uosie But- tei-. and Harold Dox'ier. junior ns- ltanl ° r Miiskogee. Okla.. and otto .•iisiaiil scout nmslOT, led (lie oath I Tliomasoii, of here, by Justice Cas- aud law. J.sidy; and Miss E'lennoi- Wynn of Melvln Halsell had charge of the Dccalur, and M. L darner, ol here, program which ivns about his hobby, amateur photography. He demonstrated how lo develop and print .1 negative. At the Hospitals Tuberculosis Seal Chairmen Are Dined man and 40 and 8. Vehnii follin; Number Nine. Mrs. i>at llargett; Yarbro, Mrs. T. H, ivy Promised Land, Clear Lake and Clear I.nke Farm, and Reecc, Nixou Shivley; Gosnell and Driver Grove. Mrs. J. M, clcvcUuid; Dell ami Bowden. Miss Ruth Wall; Dairies. Gcoi'jjc Shanilln. Miss Bryant, is the chiiimian of the fen! sale in the rural schools in the north end of the county. Miss Beulah Slaughter and Mrs. Harry Miller, county health nurses, were also guests. Mrs. Hob uwyn has been adinit- d to the Dlytheville Jiospltal. Mrs. Rollon Wells, of Armoi'cl, :iml Mrs. Jesse lirown, Mr. i |1RS been admitted to Ihe Blythc- 'nnd Mrs. JMfscll Doiven. nnd Mr.' vlllc hosiMlal for li'ciilment. :amt Mrs. Jo= Hires will attend their j Claude Gray, of llayti, is in the iOsccola-Liixora-Blythevlllc bridge i Memphis St. Joseph's hospital. 'club Tuesday night In the home of i Ml ' s - E.. D. .Plttimm. of Osecoln, i Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Blnckwood.' Miss Annabel Bryant v.'as hostess ( tllkc lls place, at a steak supper held at the Rustic Inn. Friday niitlu, f or the chairmen of the Tuberculosis seal sale cam- palsn In th; chickasawba district of Ihe county. I Dr. A. M.. Wusliburn. former "I'etrllied wood' Is not wood, and never was wood. Tho so-called "turning to stone" is caused bv a arntlual wasting away of the vegetable matter buried "in tree irank-s. with mineral matter seeping,' in lo |j a patiqut in the Memphis B»l>" Sl llos|)lli * 1 ' (.•oiinty Ilenlili OIIi?cr. wlio is now director of division of coumnuiU-a- blc diseases of the state health department, Little Rock, wiis the guest Epenkcr. He spoke on the tuberculosis problem in lh c slate of Arkansas. Judge S. L. GladWi spoke on the tuberculosis problem in Mississippi county and deorgc V, r . Bar, - - ~^ t , ..,- ham. countv chairman of the s n ^l is the Most Worthy Grand Matron ] sued to I lie followlns couples from sale discussed the sale of seals "in for the next yew. ! the county clerk's office during die (his cciinty, which will hciiin No- Mr, nnd Mrs. William Ellas and 1 past w?ek wilh Uic name of the ' —" daughter, S.vlvln. spent the week j minister or afliciii! performing (lie end In Cairo with Mr. Ellas' par-1 cfreinony given if listed: Mrs. Gcr- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ellas. They | tie Brown, of Kennett. and Ernest Mrs. E. n. Bogan toft ;Fl'idn.V morning lor Little Rock where she will attend the slate meeting o! Die Order of Eastern star, and on Wednesday night will be installed Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses have been were Joined on Sunday by Ihe par-1 E. Burns, ot stcele. by Justice T. L. rots of Mrs. Elias, Mr. nnd Mrs, Mose Sllman. Miss Bob Wlllinms was the house Ktiost over tlis week end of Mr. and I Mrs. Wilson Hemmingway, of Memphis, when they were hosts at a house party for Mi.ssi.ssiptJi friends attending the Arknnsas-Ole Miss football game Saturday. Mr. niul Mrs. Ted Eison tnolorad lo Cai'uthersvllle. Mo.. Monday lo spend the day. vember 2Cth. Chairmen for this district are: Burette. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Autrcy; Lone Oak. Ekion. and Half Moon, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ha inner; liuff- Th e rose topped the list in a flower popularity census taken in 259 schools in New York stnle. Liquid, Tablets Salve, Nose Drops Tr checks COLDS and FEVER first il.iv lleadatbe, M IDJllllU'S. "ltub-My-Tism"-Wor]d' s tics t Llnimctit Kvci-ythinj; rnr vimr unk-r- (iiinnient and comfort. Foul 1 cf the largest redwood trees In existence are in California; they nre (lie General Sherman (279.9 j feet tall). Abraham Lincoln (370 ! feel), General Qnint (264 feet) and California Tree 1260 feet tall). .-.-. CARD OF THANKS • We want to thank all our friends for their love nnd kindness .shown ns during the sickness and death of our wife and mother, Etta Lemons. Signet! P.';W. Lemons, Hoy Knlley / .; and Mamie Gillispla. ,! 3 THINGS TO DO TO \Vc have just installed (lie most m o d c r 11 motor and combustion analyzing equipment, 5O CHRISTMAS' GR€€T1NG CARDS All FOLDERS WITH ENVELOPES YOUR CHOICE OF SEVERAL DESIGNS All Orders Must Be In By Dec. ht Ben Franklin Store factory a [> p r o v c cl gear (lushing and lubricating equip in c n I. Protect your hypoid gears by having them properly serviced. Before the criss-crossing of piano wires to alter (he tones came Into use during the Civil War. pianos hiul parallel strings, as in a harp, and were thin-toned. 'Sweeten it with Domino pure cane-cleon-full weight' Refined in U.&A. HING COLDS IF YOU'RE ALWAYS TOUGHT SOMEBODY TOLD ME THIS RELIEVES A MEAD COLD IN A HURRY LADY, THEY DIDN'T TEU.VOU HALF-JUST USE IT SOON ENOUGH AND IT HELPS PREVENT MANY COLDS ••puts sjiuialiitd medication — i Vicks Va-Uo-nol—is expressly designed for the nose nnd upper ItuixH, where most colds begin— imdgtmv. Used in time—at the first sneeze or sruflte or irritation in Ihe nose—it helps lo Jirei'cnl many colds, or to throw olf head colds in their early stages. Even when your her.d is all clogged up from a cold, Va-tro-nol brings comforting relief—lets you trcathi again! Weds. • Thurs. Prcdonc, G. M. Atiti- 1'ix^c, Super Pyi'o. Buick and P o n 11 a c hcalevs and dcivost- Cl'S. JOYNER-BABCOCK MOTOR SALES \V.\(.XTT ritOM. njj Soon: FIREFLY THE BARRIER ANGKI, j DAMSEL IN I1ISTKKSS WINTER-PROOF SERVICE STOPS COSTLY REPfl{R BILLS-MAKES DRIVING EASIER _ Also Filz|ia(rick Trav/;ialk and Comeily. Admission Matinee 1C C fc :!«c Admission Nigl ICc & Mi- t O the welcome warmth of an overcoat on a chilly day, Magnolia Winter-Proof Service protects your automobile against cold weather. Youf friendly Magnolia Dealer has winter Mobilotl atul quick-slatting Mobilgas to make sure iliat your moior will siart with the first whirr of ihe starter... and kce/> going.' He has special winter Mobil Oil? and iV.obilnrcascs to protect your transmission, differential and chassis. He'll clean your radiator, check your bait cry—make a thorough inspection to help you avoid vim or repair hills. Magnolia Winter-Proof Service was created to give you mid-summer performance all winter long. Wimcr- I'roof i/ow at the sign of the Flying Red Horse! XT Admission Always 10c ,V "Cf- um- every night, IVlntinces l p n- ilay, Saturday Jt Sunday Only. Friday ,fc Smulay Matinees stall •1:15 p.m. Saturday Continuous shoeing from 1 to 11:30 p.m. NiS'H shows start T.OO p.m. PAL NIGHTS! Tue.-Wed.-Thur. j i ndulEs ;ulimUc[I Tor the price - of one. THERE'S A IN * YOUR -NEIGHBORHOOD Copyright 1W7* MHtr.«iiii Pel rote ism Co.'

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