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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUK1ER NEWS MONDAY, NOVEMB1CK 22/1937 Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS j Tuesday Bridge clul) meets with Mrs. W. D. chnmblin. Maple Grove Cemetery Association meets wllli Mrs. John Durham. 321 Ensl Rtigan. 2:30 .o'clock. Mrs.' M. G. Goodwill to have Tuesday : pltcrnoo'ri BrMge Club. WEDNESDAY'S RVUN'I!- Yarbro Missionary Society meets! with Mi's. Cord Berry. ' '•. Ladies Bible Study of Church of| Christ meets ••with. -Mrs.'; Herman I Spiccr at. Luxoni, 2:30 o'clock. Son Born v '. - " ';- %5"^'A \.'•- .., ,A nine pound son who h^s been"! named James Stanton, wns born i yesterday noon to Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Carpenter .la-the- Memphis. Methodist hospital. Mi: Carpenter, who wns in 'Mc'inphls wlUi them, returned last night. 'Children Have Tea Tarty for Parents '. Members of the beginners class! of the First Christian church, under the direction of their teacher, Mrs. c. A. Taut, entertained their parents and a few friends with n .tea party yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. Susie Crafton, who poured, was , assisted hi serving bv Nita Rose Hall, Charles Rny Hull, Billic Marie Barnett, Martha Ann Webb, and ' Bille Dean Engrain. The' refreshments of hot tea, animal cookies and candy corn wore served from a table covered with a yellow cloth. A bouquet of tiny flowers in pastel colors was the center piece. S 9 a New Residents to ISe Honored at Da nee The dance to be given by the ^Blytheville Cotillion Club Wednesday night will be In honor of three i couples who have recently moved here: Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Allen. ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles w. O;;U'sby and Mr., mid' Mrs. J. B. Hay. Tha dance "will be given at the American Legion Hut'from 9 to 1 o'clock with music furnished by Rudy .Hebe and his-orchestra. Several new members have- been prtmlttjd Into tin club. They ore: llr. arid Mrs. W. B. Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. J. B Hny, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ''.Crigger. jr., Mr! and Mrs. .1. C. Evans, MtOarid Mrs. Ed Wil.: liams arid Mi 1 , and Mrs. Eddie P^enold. making 35 couples in the club. Mrs.' Max WooteuV and Mrs. Max I-o-.ant havV.c'hiir^o" of distriullng : the program^' and Invitations. * c * Varbro--: Ail AU-Dny Tlie : - Yarbro Missionary Society held an all day meeting at the .home of Mrs. L-, Wheeler Thursday. The_wcek of prayer proarnm 'was Kiven in the morning followed-, by the social. program in the afternoon. Those appearing in the program throughout the day were, ilrs. Sam Berry, Mrs. George Bunch; Mrs, Ernest French, Mrs. W. A.'-Stickmon, Mrs. J. A. Harris, Mrs. R. H. Hood. Mrs W. A. Moore. Mrs Elzn \Yheeler. Mrs. James Sanders and Mrs. Kate Bunch. Mrs. Albert HoUlngsworth gave Today's Pattern Osccola Society — Personal RcMh-e of Tnnksgiving with a ccn-| lerpHcc of chrysanthemums anil yellow ami red candles. Entertainment, numbers Included a solo. by Jean Chiles, poems by June! Rclnmillrr , and Nevada Kennedy. and a TlumksgMng story told hy Shannon. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Osccilan Given Appointment Mrs. Geneva Fowler returned from Ultle nock Friday where slie hart been In ntcndaiicc at the Grand Chapter O. ,E, S, in .session there this week. Mrs. Fowler was appointed deputy grand lecturer If the order for the nt- te:n(h district comprising north-: 1 cast Arkansas. j Itt .CAROL DAY your purpose. Included in the , ,.,„ . • , / pattern is a complete and do. VOU never have enough of la i| e d sew chart showing you . ± these worltmanlike'clrithes if exactly how to proceed. : - :'man Class 1'iirly, TwoUy-fcur members Yraman Class of Ihe church and thflr guests were entertained In Hit 1 home of Mrs. J, I-'. rMmntllcr on Thursday night. Tall floor buskers of ehrysanlh'e- nnimii were used In the decorations. Successful winners In the Ijinico games were Mrs. H, M. Hhcubush and Miss Maud Littleton. Among (he visitor.-* were tre litv. nnd Mrs. H. C. Morehcad, Mrs. FIRI-;': Jordan, Mi". Ben \V;,st, Mrs. W. R, Webber, and Mrs, Tucker. A.ssi.stlng Mrs. Reinmiller iis (/o-lioste^es were Mrs. O. W. Knight nnd Mrs. C, N. Pace. ^l\-r<i[ntcrs liuvf I'arly, The fourth grade junior girls claws of the Baptist Sunday school, known as Six-Pointers, were guests of Martha Tompklns foi- their tmntluy class meeting nnd social Tlnii'sday night. During the business .session. Ud by the teacher, Mrs. John Douglas, the class voted lo purchase class plus. The program wax bused largely upon the (cist month's study of the life of Moses. The three major divisions cf his lilc of 120 years were discussed by Doris Hlghsiuv, jen'u Lile Baker and Pauline Heath. A Thnnksilvlng .story was told by Bessie Lou Rose. Dining the social licur Betty Snc Mastin was dcdarei! the tvinnrr In a content In which the eleven members iiuut.' miniature turkeys from rai- MIK. (mines, oranges slice and feathers. Her prize was a velvet frr.wRn ill colors of brown ;tnci ' orange. Among the niothcrs pres- you are a woman-AVho keeps a home. And- there Ss-no type of Pattern 8084 is designed' for sizes 36, 38 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50 ent were Mrs, O. /.. Rogers Mrs. Gilbert M:v;lm. and dress in which the economy of and 52. size 38 requires 4 5-8 !..-...=_.. ,.. - -..=_,,.. yards of 32 or:35 Inch material and 2 1-2 yards of braid to trim. sewing is so quickly demonstrated. Kor less than a dollar, you can make the trim little frock in Pattern 8084 and you tern Book is ready for you now. will agree with us lliat it is well ' tt'tck Observed, i An interesting and informative . It has 32 pages of attractive de- i styled enough to he used 'again signs for every size and every • and again in your home sewing, occasion. Photographs show There are a minimum of seams, dresses made from .these pat and eighth ursuU classes i c.f the lilah school in tile nm ||. linu Fridiiy morning, directed To Hold Public i Court Of Honor Tuesday j TJC.v Scout Troops 31, 37 nnd sal and Cub Pack 4 will participate in 1 n public court of honcr nnd rally at the court room of the city hnl tomorrow night at, 1:30 o'-| clod;. Badges will he awarded the boys for the tests they hare passed ami the Cub Pack will perform n demonstration. This will ba thiir first, iniblic appearance. It. C. Lundqui.st. scout executive. cf Jonesboro. came today (o help with (lie rally find court of honor. He will be here for llirce davs. The scoutmasters of the troops dl!d Floyd White, chairman nf the court of honor, will be present to nlcl in the inciting >o- inorrov.- night. Toledo May Ttiii Lake Uric TOLEDO (UP) — City officials plan to uoply for federal aid for a $3.300.000 vcitenvorks improvement project, intended to be the first step toward obtaining a supply of water from Lake Eric for Toledo, S ;ive by Having hoos Repaired ut mith Shoe Shop 115 So. 2nd i Kvcr.vthiiiR for your cuter* 1 tiiiiiment and comfort. "Von 1 re pretty sure of him-fiow do you know lie's ci </.v ;ibour von''" By the way lie looks at me when I'm nut looking." Last Times Today Courier News. Want Ads. Pneumonia Is Fatal To Half Moon Baby . Funeral services were held yesterday for Lawrence Neal Brlga'nce. nine months old son of Mr. and Mrs. .Lawrence Brigance of Half Moou. who died late Saturday afternoon al the Memphis Baptist Hospital. The baby, who died from pnen- monla. was removed to the hospital several days before his death. He ivas an only child, The KCV. J. L. Newscm conducted the services at the Half Moon church aii<! burial wa.s made at Maple Grove cemetery. Cobb Funeral name was in charge of funeral arrangements. Read 'Conner News want Ads. Beware The , by Miss Dorothy Starr, the leach- The program was the cliinnx only darts being used to give a terns being worn; a feature you to a number of projects carried trim-fitting waistline. The short will enjoy. Let the charming i mil In (he various classes tHirinn ^lf»f>Vf»c HY-*». Cftl in in oiun riftr-toM rlniM.fnr- :.-. tUS« ., — ... i._-i_ i _ i" ;,._. , . . • «>*B sleeves arc set in lo Rive perfect designs in this new book help freedom ot all times—no seams you ici your sewing. One to bind and catch. ' • " - " e pat- I Win- . the. week In observance of Na- 1 licnal 'Book Week. The first inim- Mrs. George Gordon, 19, Succumbs Late Saturday Funeral services for Mrs. Opal Gordon, who died late Saturday afternoon at Uie Blyllieville hospital were held yesterday attcr- noon at" the Cobb Funeral Home. Mrs.; Gordon, who was the wife of Jf you .srevjust learning how tor Pattern Book—25 cents. o sew, this is a fine pattern for and Winter Book alone—15 cents ,. , , , • --.,-.. , .,.- ,-., ^Wsifeir'e your pattern wilh-step-by-slcp sewing inductions : ! Th,. vT "• f° rt ^ cll(ltl£til Ge "'S c Hilchco- sendJ5_CENTSJ_N COlN_wilh your NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE • .^ nkln S of Books, which tr,v her mother, Mrs. Gori\Dii. (ojmer or near . .. ~ - ,Gosnell. ; Is also survived by her llousfsv, by Junior Anderson. fol- T two, (lay old son and a .brother, i£k, of here, nnd Annie dine, an- NUMBER and SIZE" to" TODAY'S "PATTPEHNs' li"STERLING ' cc ", the ""'dopment of printins' othcr : brother- and ihrcc sisters, „, ,~r, „„ — ,,„.., .. .o. ji oinnuniij, , „,„, bookmaklng .from the earliest w.' MENTION THE NAME with l!:cir father. D. H. Levy and discussion wns about "Teeth and " Mr. and Mrs. Samtiel P. 'Morris. (the A very helpful aid j and , (lays of oral story telling through the periods of picture writiilg, papyrus scroll, iilnninaUd maim- siripts to the prcrent day meth- Marion Gray and Bob Oakland,! contributed was (he child's teeth;' u) •ho live at Hugo. Okla: Mrs,. Gordon, who was 10 ., ol a->c. came to Blylhevtlle a'year ago from Hugo. _ The. Rnv. Alfred Carucntcr. pas- ;ods. •students InktHg pnrt n-ero. tor of the First Baptist church, From a common cold That Hangs On No mutter how many medicines gcnn-lacion phlegm. Druggists also you hnvc tried tor ycuv common cougli. chest cold, or bronchial irritation, you can cet relict now with Creonnilsion. Creomultiion not only contains tltc stxnhinti elements common to many cou^h remedies, sucli as Syrup of White Pine Coin- pound with Tar, tmrt fluid extract of Licorice Root, but it also has fluid extract of Ipecac for Us powerful phlegm loosening effect, fluid extract of Cascara for its mild laxative c/Iect, <uid. most important of alt, Beecliwood Creosote, perfectly blended with all of these GO that it v.'ill reach the wires of the trouble from the tiiEitb. Crcomulsion can bs taken frequently and continuously by both nc!'.:!ts and children with remarkable results. •.Thousanclo 01 people, who really know their drugs, 1153 Crconiulsio!! in their own families, realizing that this excellent preparation aids na- trtrc to soothe the Inflamed mucous membranes, .lo heal the irritated tissues, Also I'cpeye Cartoon "1'rote.v the \Ve:ikerist" arid musical sliorl, "From the Minuet to the l!i; Apple." Conliimuus showing Sunduy. Admission Miilinec ICc & 2(ie Adnmsioil Nifilit IGc & 3Gc know the effectiveness of Bcech- woori Creosote ami they rank Creo- mulsiou "tops" for coughs because ! you Ret a real dose of Creosote in '• CrcomuJsion, emulsified so that it is i palatable, digestible, ami active in i iiiK to the very sent of the trouble. | Crcomulsion is generally found satisfactory In the treatment of | csiighs. chest colds and bronchial | irritation, especially those stubborn ones that start ns just 'a common cold ant! Jianj on for dreadful days and nights thereafter. Even if other remedies have failed, your druggist is authorized to refund every cent of your money (r you fire not satisfied with Iho relief obtained' from the very first bottle of Crcomnlsion. Dsn't worry through another sleepless night— use Creomulsion. Crcomulslon is one word— not two. f-.'.id it h:is no hyphen in it. Ask for it plainly, see that the name on the battle Is Creomulsion. and yoxi'll (ret TUESDAY the Word Go! the cf Memphis, spent the week end! arc determined largely by diei with Mr. Gray's parents. Mr. ami; during the prenatal period. costume to represent the pc- tcndi|c.led the services and burial riotl portrayed. A dramatic skit' Wi >s made at North Sawba ceme- Mrs. O. M. Gray. They came with i Mrs. Gruy and Mrs. Leslie Hooper who went over Saturday to hear Mrs. C, ,.„.,. : ' 5km flom To1 " Sawyir was piiiv- 1 Farrar played Kreislcvs; c( i by ,. w . Hall, as Tom, «»« Franklin D.' Roosevelt. A. Guard, Mr. and arrangement, of "Hindu Chant". Mrs. Albert HoUlngsworth gave C, A. Guard, Mr. and Mrs. a ,chapter from the book. "What Guard and family, and L. M. Doss /U is. This Moslem World?' 1 $ * v lias Luiichcon Meeting Mrs..'Elton W. Kirby and Mrs. W. L. 'Horner were Hostesses to Cbaptc'f "N" of P. E. O, Saturday for a . luncheon at Mrs. Kirby's home. « A two course lunch was served to the ,12 guests at sinnll tables. Later Mrs. Riley B. Jones reviewed "The Citadel" by Cranln for the program. Has Birthday Tarty. Margarette McKelvy, danshtci Mr. and Mrs. If. C. Porter, celebrated.'her tenth birthday ycs- . tcrdaywiUi a party at which 14 of hef; friends were present. The ' children played games. of Equality. 111., Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Guard and family, of Caruth- eiEVille, and Mr. onrt Mrs. George Hale and family, of Sikeston, spent yesterday with Mr. Riul Mrs, J. L. Guard, They hnd a dinner at noon hi honor of C. A, Mrs. M. D. Tillies was removed 1 Frank G\vyn ns Huckleberry Finn. ; One hundred new books have tocn added to the school llbi-nry Ibis week in celebration of the national movement. 'Ihi.; tery. TOO I..VTK TO CT-ASSIFY the 'tola! number in uiiras - ..- -- i I!>e hiiiiuy froin the Blytheville hospital to \ lo around 1SOO volumes. Attract- her home Saturday afternoon In j ira handpnlnted praters sJio-,vins a Holt ambulnncc. li>c Importance of books niirt Mrs. M. B. Gardner, of ageville, Mo., underwent an oper- 76th birthday at which Mr. mid nUou for nppcndioills yesterday at Mrs. E. J. Hcatoii were also guests, i lhc Blytheville hospital. j AIi'sj Em Wrlglit spent the; Mrs. Bo'j Gwyn and infant week end . in Osccola with her' daughter were removed from the brother, Ira Wright, and family.; niylhcvillc hospital lo their home Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor and j late Saturday in a Ccbb nmbu- yu'ecc. Nancy Hill. Mrs. A. L. (lance. P 0 ,._; >cadlng. mads by Nancy Mnrua- ret Tucker, were on display thru- out the building. Gray horse, weight 850 Ibs., in my corn across levee near Tomato. Mr. Bill sweat, 805 S. Lilly. 22ck24 Girls to 1VANTE1) distribute advertising matter to homes. Salary. Apply Miss Jennings, 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, 113 South Second. 22-pk Ficslimaii Class Banquet. Billlc Driver was toastmaster at the Freshman class bnnqiiot given in the Home Economics room of the high school Thursday night i The thirty-six .iH.I_<_. ll(\LLl v > J ill I, »»ll^. i\, |_| IllIILV. i IlC t llll't V SI V I IO K j Crawford and children. Jane auct ,- M fr Aitolf-WeHs ~ml "hTr' ToTTr cln.ss were" seated at a table suc- ;r of Harry Leo. were week end guests!day old baby, who live at 1200;': - - --_._-._.. E . of Mrs. Crawford's nnd Mrs. Tay- ; Holly street, were taken to lor's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. I Blytheville hospital vtstcrdav McGaughcy, In Lake City. ' ' " M.IU. A..UIU.CII uiajcii games, in . n _ which-prizes were awarded. Re- LUXOra r, I. A. Holds freshments of sandwiches, hot n l IB .11 c • ' nu chocolate and birthday cat? ware! Regular Monthly 3esSlonl m ™;^ served.. th: In )i\ Cobb ambulance. ! Virgil Fisher entered the Mcm-( i phis Melhorii.st hospital Saturday! \ lor trjatincnt. :Ji Halstead was ad-' mlttcd to the Bapisl r.ospltal in I PHONE 103 FOR 'PETE'THE PLUMBER Bits of News :Mostly Personal / ! LUXORA. Ark. — The LuxortU 1 Parent Teachers association held the regular monthly meeting on the high school auditorium Wednesday afternoon with n large attendance. During Itic business scs- " It was announced that the! | fourth srade received the dollar P _ Ua1 ' f:r the" largest' number of moth- els present. "Diet, Source of Vlta- : mins'' was. Uie (subject-of the pro- gra'iii witti Mrs." R. L. Hoiick as: leader. 1 TUTi Memphis Saturday for examinu-| ticn. She was accompanied to! Memphis by nor sister. Miss Max-! ii!e Halslend, who returned home i yesterday. ! Claud Gregory, of Carulhersvllle. \ is In the Memphis Methodist IMS- : For u new ik'liciu'y ot - (liivor. j MANY EXCLUSIVE FEflTURES MflKE THE i MAYTAG WOMEN EVERYWHERE Mrs..Ha'rrS' Kirby wc'ii'i t<y Para- Bou!d Saturday to visit her mother, Mrs: F. E. wUboum. She returned phonic yesterday, accompani- Tmt songs wcrc sung by the! ed by her tister, Mrs. J. D. Wi!- ' tl)lrd «rade. "The LWle Pajwase" : liams, a.nd son. Darrcll. of Dsllas. I antl '" rilc Indian Children'', nfttr] Tex.. Who were visiting in Para' v ''' : 'cli an Indian-costumed third gould.-They will return-to Para-jg'ade member invited those pres-j goulfl tomorrow. lent lo visit ificlr elasbroom to tcci Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Webb lcft' tncl1 ' Indian project. '• yesterday for New Orleans, where: Mrs. T. F. Hudson gave a sum-! Dr. Webb will take a two weeks | wary of "Vitnmm Sources". Mrs. i post-graduate course at the Eye. j Martha Poison talked nboul "Diell Ear, Nose and throat hospital, j and the Eyes." Mrs. J. I. Mifflln's which .is belhg given for home-1 coming.' alumni. ] ^HH Mrs. B. A. Lj-nch is in Memphis I today frith her sister, Mrs. R. E. Oarlington, of Searcy, who is at Campbell's clinic. Mrs.' Milton H. Allenbcrg and brother. Ben Levy jr., of Memphis, spent the week end here: Wanted Pecans 1'jiid WOLF ARIAN B. Main. Phone 111! TURKEYS Ouaranlecd Young: Specially Fattened 1'ri^cs' Right PICKARD'S GROCERY NK1 Ch I'lieiie 073— \Yc PRESTONE ANTI-FREEZt * HEATERS * DEFROSTERS * TIRE CHAINS ,. Complete .Slock . i'ronipl Service To All Makes of Cars TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. 21 Hour Serviro SEE THE NEW.MAYTAQ IRONER It irons everything. Sa»M liilf.y Out . lime <mci ai! the bald-work.-Sixmodels <l at « wide pi ice range. A>|t ht -» Irw ' trial vtoning. - ' - -. „' 15, B. GKK SALES'CO,. SOI W. .Miiin TIB MA/rAO COMPAHY . MAWfAcmtCKt'. rOUMOCO ISM . Uf«aoM. IOWA , o loosen and expel tho t tliat you want. (Adv.) A Sensational . product, and the relief JUST 47 TO $11.75 •SILK 'SATIN 'WOOLEN •Sport s Afternoon • Formal .Iti.sl 17 of our very smiirfo.sl drosses for fall and winter in this jjrovip for ;i sensational one tlay ?<vlc. You have never seen so many truly clever dresses ;U a price so ridiculously low. They go on sale Tuesday mnniinjj at nine and they will <;o fast so be here when the doors open. 103 East Main Alsu sc shorts i Atlmissipn Matinee lOe A Admission Nislil 16n ,t I-IFB OF ESIII.E ZOLA j SECOND HONEYMOON • HIGH. WIDE i: HANDSOME JUDGE I'HIEST— WILL KOliKKS I l-IHEFI.V SFKOIAI, NOTICE: eg\Hn>n e 10- night— evening shows will start :it EOXY ; Admission Always lOc ,t 2<ic . Slnuv every High I. rvVdlinccs *'Vi! day. f>nlurfl;iy & Sumlny Only. ! Friday j& Sunday IMatJnces slaM 12:J5 p.m. Saturday t'ouliinioiis [showing from 1 lo 11:30 p.m. ; NiB'il shows slarl 7:OU p.m. i ^ j Last Time Today 'The Adventurous wilh (Jlendu Kjirrcll and Bnrlnn Mtl.anc Also Fo\ News & Comedy Tue. • Wed. - Thur. PAL NIGHTS! 2 Adults Admitted tor Price ol i %et the Boy Friend 1 with David Carlylc: (.'iirol ! HiiKlivs, Warren Jlynicr ii I'crl KcHon Cim poor male at the mrvc.v of 1 a million Momcn; a Jil *i V ¥

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