The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 24, 1937 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 24, 1937
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHfiVLLLE (ARK.)' COURIER Caruthemiik Society — Personal Society.. M«cts. fi The'-Methodist: Missionary Society »et in the; giyirch parlor Ttitirsdsy aftenwia. Mrs.. J.' VI. •Tjpton wid Mr?. Donald Magee y,-e^t : W»t«s«s Mrs. Von Mayes fcrtsfcted durUif the sfteru'oon in tl)e absence of the president. Mrs. W. Lj'Mejer led.Hie devotional i «n<J after tlw short business - sloft Mrs Hugh Ti-'.tadt completed iM itudv 01 the book. "This Mns- Jerri World." > « * i » * Miss Hall HM(<*s to Clul). '' tea 0»irtet Hall entertained the Saturday afternoon Bridge club at, hci horat on East Fifth Street. sjicnd the holidays with Mr. and Eankston. Mrs, Smith Is the for- All the flower gardens 'in out- His, Victor Mftlloure mid famify. mer Marilyn 'Goldsrrtlth, one time cf our largo cities would uol Mr. Scott Is Mrs. Malloure's bro- resident of tills city. (maintain more than a few-dozen ther. . :t Mrs. Harold Meek and sons of bee colonies. Mr. nml Mrs. Gage Knight.will j Blythcvlllo, Ark., spent, the week — sncftd TiianksBlvlng in Gripe Gi- end In tills city with her mother, Hundreds of plants wcretc rwo- rardrnu, Mo., with Mrs.'Knight's! »n<l sist:r. Mrs. Emma Herndonj""'. bill only aljout two dozen' motto'.' Mrs. Knight expects to! and Miss Mayme Herndon. Mr. j remain there until Sunday. (Meek drove tip Sundny and lhiy\ Henry Tipton. who is employed accompanied him home. j in Memphis, Tonn., will spend, J, R, Hutchison and son. Jack! WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEK 2-1, 1937 Thanksgiving In this city "wlthi will -spend Thanksgiving in his parents, Mr. and Mi-s. J. W.I Louis v:lth Mrs. Hutchison, who Tipton. Mr, and Mrs. Jinimlc Tipton will is recilvlni! treatment at oiie of Die hdspllals. si>;i!d Thursday In Konnetl asi Mr. nnrl Mrs. Itobirl Hawkins eucsts of her parents, Mr. and' and Mrs. Paul MeV-lc will spend Mrs. Price Dallies. i friday In Memphis. Miss Marjorie Randolph, a st}i-J dent at William Woods College, i Misses Lucille Dent, pkl-M aiid Anna' Me inipauted by fulton. Mo,, is expected homcjCcorne Phillips o.' Hiytl. spent Thurfdny. Slie will spend I he; 1'ufftlay nfteciioon tn Blythtvllle. vacation with her parents, Mr. (The girls shopped ' while there and and Mrs. D. P. Randolph. i Mr. Phillips attended lo inisir.Cfs.' Ilie Rev. J. B .Brown and Mrs. 1 - - ^ --------------------- ; Brmvn jtf Feslus. Mo., am! Mr. - • - - , and Mrs. Paul Brown and diuigh-i species furiil.ih It In worUiwlitle quantities. Harvey Stewart Dr. P. A. Robinson i STEWARt-ROHlNSON Huefccds City Drug Store we specialize in j PRESCRIPTIONS Medicinal Wine & Liquors 2014 W. Main Phone 20 A FINANCIAL PLAN FOU EVERY MAN THE HAMILTON TRUST;FUND Prospectus Available J. C, Evans Box 001 Blythnville, Ark. Fcstei afternoon, Mrs. Wyrmn [ (ef 0 { Blytlioi'lllc, ivill Thanksiiiving in this city. a guest o( 'the clufc Ipr" trie afternoon. Mrs. Lowell Foster .received n iwtlcry vase for 'high "score and Mrs. Jack Hopke received perfume 1 when she brid- spend They will be" guest* of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Blown. j Mrs. Mevel Smith of Poplar Bluir, Mo., silent Sunday In tills S hoc Itcpairiiig; th»( mitb Shoe Shop it; So. Soybeans - WANTED - Soybeans We Pay Highest Market Prices l : or All Varieties MALDEN GRAIN CO. VI. O. Hetves, Ajciit / Sw. K. U. St., Next t« Magnolia I'liint—Klylhtvillr. Ark. 55 NlOHT PIWNE 569 Mr. ^.aml'. Mrs". RoscOe Hayden; silent, 'the »celt em! in Osceola, Ark,' as 'guest? of her parents. Mrs. Violet Ncwsoin and dauah- j lei*,-Dorothy Anne, and Mr. indj Mrs ', John Caddy will spend ThartKsgtvlng in Marlannn, Ark., •niih Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Patterson and family. ." 'Mrs. L. B. Lanslie and. son, A. W, ri)i»)ie ahd Philip Herd) of| Traxtxjn, Mo, spent the, week end in this city .with Mr. and Mrs. C - O. Gill Mr and Mrs. Lnnshe are the mother and brother Mrs Gil^ Captain and Mrs. J.- M. Cannon left 'Monday morning fo'r ' West Point. N Y where they will spend Tttenksgivlng with their son, ,/o- •ieph M. Cannon jr.. who' is a cadet at the U S. Military Acnrt- emy They «cnt by way bf'Clcw- larid, Buffalo and Albany. Tiny will leave West Poinf, Pridny for Philadelphia ivhere (lies': will tit- lend the Army-Navy football Ram? and .Sill, return home Sunday. Mr. ?nd Mrs. Reipli BSker .11: announcing the arrival .of, a baby daughter The baby wns born Saturday evening In a Memphis hospital "and has been named. Miir- jorte Mr. and Mrs. Wyznnti Dillm:m and daughter. Anne, spent Sim- day In Memphis. They visited ivfrs. ^'Ralpli Biker at the Methodist hospital Mist Marjorie AshcnUt spent- Sunday in Memphis with Mrs. Hftlph Bnkc\. j Mr.-'and-Mrs. Hatold S. Jones! splnty Sunday in Wemphs. . i Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Harper will spfnd thanksgiving in . Kcnivett •nlth ^tr and Mrs.' T. Or Hnrpsr. Mr. Harper s parents. / ?lr"ftiid Mrs. *.Pet« StriefV of EJkeston Mo, spent the wefk end in, this city as guests of their daughter, Mrs. Halph Ocodin, and Mr tfoodin Miss Lortne Drj'den leit Wcd- neiday, morning for a month's vac«(ion v ~ She went to ' Washington. D. C--then- to New York City where she will spend two weeia with friends. She will come back j by.-Columbia, Mo., where slip wil.) attend tlie annual Exlcnslon Conference, and from there she will go to;.,AmairiMo, Tex., where sho \vill visit with her parents. Sir and Mrs, Floyd Barnlnrt aixl Mrs, :M. Brent left Wednesday /morning for Washington, D. C. Mr,v Barnhnrfc and Mrs. Brant will \ialt their sister and daughter, Mrs. Gilbert Conn, and lam- ily.'.ln Washington and Jfr. Banihart: will attend a national con- icntlon of vocational agriculture teachers, being, held In Ba!!lma;-£ Md 5&E. .Victpr Mallourc lias been ill for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Robin pierce and sons left Sunday for Bogata, Ten.i where they will jncke their home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles-Scott nn<i son Charles Jr H of Nashville. III., are expected Thursday morning 10 Cowl Whiskey Made- Better. I T is hard to improve upon the extra quality ol the 3 year old Kentucky straight 'Bourbon and the 3 year old Maryland straight Rye. Butj when we blend these two 'fine ] whiskies with spirits into 'one LEWIS ft Whiskey, you get:£wo fine whiskies mslde even better. Our.-expert blending Hb,uer quality' and erhishasfzcs {he smoothness, enhances the Hchn«s and improves Jrie fSavor. . Kit* Jed mi The Western Reserre Co. ' run CHAS. S. LEMONS Home FURNISHINGS Moderately Priced WK \VILI, 1!E Cl.OSKI) AM, DAY THANKSGIVING. FOR $f AOQ Kroehler Built For Your Protection The World's Largest Furniture- Manufacturer. LIVING ROOM SUITE We invite you (u own one—which you can do on easy payments. Select {me for Christmas now. As shown .75 for the :! pieces. OR LESS ^w You can give yourself one of these BIGELOWRUGS Kroehler Built LOUNGE CHAIR and OTTOMAN AS , IMCTUHKD Supposing "Uncle Cha»lie" doosn't crash through . . . what do you care? It doesn't take a fat bankroll lo buy yoursell the rug you want! And when your Christmas gUt to you, from you with love, is a Bigelow, you know you're giving yourself » rug that's woven of a special blend o{ imported Lively Wool and is : dyed with the world's faalest dyes .. .and ia exactly the pattern or color you want ior your bedroom, dining room, living room or whalevor. GIFT WRAPPER ry Biqclow nj Small i> ; iy- Will Hold Anj- KII- L'lili! Beautiful Kroehler Buiii Built Bed Room Suite Something you will be proud of. Fw S iiiiH'cs—Vanity- Chest - Hed-Bcndi-A'iyhl Hand $139 and $185 CEDAR CHESTS I'ricoil nil liiijlier (hail lasl )• yi'ar. A Wfiiconu- (iift for 11 ('Urislimis. Sclccl one anil it will lie liiid ;isiclc liv making \V*i(l) Scwinji Tiildc Drawer ;is shown With Tray, $29.75 ' With Tray-in-Lid, $29,75 Wilh Drawer, $26.75 Other Chests—genuine cedar lined—be&utiiul Walnut Veneer — Specially priced, $13.95, $16.75 & $17.50. LEMONS Home FURNISHINGS Moderate!? Priced BISSELL'S $3,75 §5.50 $6.95 May WE SUGGEST lliat each of the above items will make a gift that the whole family wiil enjoy.

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