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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 29, 1937
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calenda TUESDAY'S EVENTS W./M. U. of First Baptibl Church meets 2:30 o'clock at the church. - Tuesday Bridge club meets with Mrs. M. A. Isaacs. Tuesday Afternoon Bridge club meets with Mrs. J. W. Artums. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Ladies' Bible Study of Church of Christ meets with Mrs, Addl- son Smith, 2:30 o'clock. Executive board of Sudbury i 1 . T.. A. meets 2:30 o'clock at school; icsiilaV meeting at 3 o'clock. W. M. U. of First Baptist Church meets 2:30 o'clock at tii? church. Delphian Pine Atrs club meets at Hotel Noble -11 o'clock. 'Wednesday Bridge club meets with Mrs. W. J. Pollard. 'THURSDAY'S EVENTS Jewish 'Ladies Aid meets 3 o'clock with Mrs. "Ike, Miller. W: M. U. of First Baptist Church meets 2:30 o'clock at the church. Midweek club meets 'with Mrs. W. L. tiomer. Tlitirsday Limoheon club meets with> Mrs. J. A. Leech. Thursday Contract club meets \vim!.Mrs. John F. Lentl. ' Thursday Afternoon Bridge club -.meets will) Mrs. Louis. Applebaum. Thursday Bridge club meets with Mrs.'. W. D. McClurkin. . FRIDAY'S EVENTS Executive board of W. M. U. of First, .Baptist Church ineets, '.>.-ZQ o'clock at home of Mrs. Walter Bishop. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Children of the Confederacy meet with Wancy Hughes at 1 ..o'clock' FLAPPER FANNY ' By Sylvia Bits of Nevrs Mostly Personal 'MONDAY, NOVEMBKK 20, 103? Korc, ,, S '- C Hi their .son. jlimnle, who is a ilicm- ber of the University 'of Alabama football team which played Van- deibill. Miss Lena Mae Oliver, who was the finest of her parents in Pay- eltevllle over the week end, returned home last night. Mrs. li. A. Lynch, her daughter. Miss Martha Ann Lynch. Miss Jsc Bruggcrman, ol wlieie (hey are atlendlnj? Linden- vvoocl college, last night, after i tending the holidays here with (heir i.arenls. C/cchoslovakia's Uasaryk, .spoke • late president,! 'isjht languages fluently. Loui> flfc.5 George Hale, ol Sikcston, Mo,., [ was the tinesl of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Guard over the wecok end. On his return home Saturday night he was accompanied by Jamos Guard, who was his guest unlil yesterday when he returned to Chit-ago where he Is in school. Miss Charles Jones returned yes- teiday from Atlanta, Oa., where she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hale, former residents of this city, over (he holidays. E.' B. Thomas returned to Slireve- j port. La., yesterday after visiting Mrs. 'Thomas for a few days. Lynch from Denver Colo., | an:l her son, Louis Lynch were in Memphis Saturday. MlfK, Icy VVheatley, of Bernic, Mo.. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Graham Sutlbury. Stltt returned yes- Ultlf nook ivlu-vf ' Mr. Mrs, Jcssee terday from she attended the' Arkansas Hoi<;! Gnetors' meeting held tliers Saturday. She Is president of UK- state auxiliary of the association. Mary Sue Wade, four-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Watie of FayctUjvHIc. All-., return to her home today after visiting hci 1 grandparents, the Rev and Mrs. H. Lynn Wndc, for a few days. The Rev. Mr. wade will lake her to West Memphis "I jlic's coiiifr to gel iiiiin-ie'ii ;i(;.iin." "They might to Mamp IKI next lUiirrLiye ' " 'No rcdiiuls or Hflnors Guest With. Dinner Party Miss Martha Ann Lynch was at a dinner parly at the home ;o[ her parents. Mr. and Mrs.,-B. A. Lynch, Friday nighl in: honor of her houseguest. Miss Louise BruggerniRn of Denver, Colo., who is her roommate at Washington University in St. Louis. A Jour course turkey dinner was served at a table where a tray of limits. Vegetables and ivy formed a 'centerpiece. Place cards on which couplets were written about each person .designated the seating arrangements. , OthfrVguests were Misses Sarah, Jo -Little, Margaret Shaver. Mary' Spain Usre'y alirt Mary Elizabeth Borum and Van Elliot,,.Max rey 'Of-XCamden, Ark., who' v wns visiting 'relatives here, Oeorgc Cross Jr., George Scott and John McDowell. * « s Have Chow IWein Supper Tlic Intermediate League of tlic First.- Methodist Church met at the .church Friday night for a clio\v mem supper. Mrs. Fred Hanna and Mrs. Algie Bishop served 25 members and two guests, Miss Lavernc Ames nnd 'Mrs; Armstrong. The Rev. and Mrs: H. Lynn Wade and their dinner Saturday iil^ht al • '.lie Hotel Noble for tlic department heads, local managers and sales- malingers from (he offices in Southeast Missouri, and NorDiwisI Arkansas. About ICO were present at (he dinner which was n pail, of the presfiit sales campaign, i Turkey was served to those who; had made tlicir quota ami b^ans] J'.'U-s Lillian Boniar to those who had not. The turkey j Engaged to Nori'ol I caters received pilgrim huts umlj The engagement of Miss Llllinn Steele-Cooter Holland Society — Personal and Mrs. J. Mell Brooks, to Hughes Saturday morning after he had spent a few Mrs. O. W. McCulchcii and Mr. McCutchen's sister, Mrs. Marvin Bailey, of Little Rock, who is their 'icwscguest. returned Friday night >cm Winter Park, Pla.. where they visited Mrs. McCutchen's laughter. Miss Betty Lee McCut- hci!. who Ls attending Rollins •ollege. I Mrs. Lorene Bentley Baker has rcccvercrt [rom a four weeks illness caused by a serious infection. George M. Hunt attended to business in Piggott Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Litzclfelncr imti *on Joe MnrlJn, of Columbia. Mo., went to Cariilhcrsvlllc Sal- uiiay after siimding a- few days here ulth Mrs. Lltzclfclner's par- . Mvlinr she At the Hospitals Mrs. W. E. Rhodes underwent an operation today at the Blythc- ville hospital. Will MeTvlillin underwent an operation today at the DlyUievillc hospital.' .frs. M. II. Gardner, who has been at the Blythevillc hospital. was dismissed yesterday. Mrs. P. L. o.svvell v.-as dismissed from the BlytU-ville hopltal yesterday but her infant tiaby remained there. ^ Miss Norma pierce, of Osceola, is a patient in tftc Memphis Baptist hospital. Mrs. Neal Fullcrlon, of Steelc, is in the Memphis Methodist hospital. R. J. McKinnon, of Manila, has been entered in the Memphis Baptist hospital. Virginia Campbell, of Caruthersville, is in the Memphis Methodist hospital. 1 rnts. Dr. and Mrs. s. • At Caruthersvillc they P. Martin. visited Mr. bonnets for favors while 'Ihc caters" wore dunce caps. ' Eomnr, daughter of Mrs. J. w.i Utzolfclncr's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Lilzelfclnei-. before returning" to their home yesterday. ' Mis.s Marguerite Silas*, returned hcttie night after spending the holidays with friends in Eudora. Ark. ! romar of this city, . . ,, Korvclj William A. Jopltn. of Catuth- ' . , The EiiesU furnished their owi ! '-<"'8. son of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. A. i "'svlllc, rctiirncil to his Dome this me guests inrnislicn tncn ow.i " - .... mornlni! after hnvin? s\v\\\. lh« ° with group sin who were present. Among the out of town at L'omar I at and her was nn--! mornl » given by Mrs.! F"- 1 (laughter. Mrs." I -Ms Johnson, Wednesday evening. were E. L. DoeJling, of St. Louis, U-eddin Paul Miller of Memphis, rcpre- ^ ' '-the WeStiurjhousc i „ 1]U " s " ' after having spent Clark, and Mr. Clark. Miss Grace Phelps. who visited .... made with 'i bell favors, on the iusido'j ncr parents in Conway over the :h were the engage;! couple'.-: end. returned home last crgnniaijion;, ami C. L .Moody Da tas,- Tex,,- Flp of the company. R ° SC during the afternoon. Dcinoml ration Club News Notes The Ekroii Home nemonslrn- _^ Mm _ _ ^ ^^_ lion club met Tuesday for its rcg- grariddaughtorr Mgry"-Sue" Wade,' ullir . month . ly mccll "B at the Com, of -Fayctteville, who ts visiting them,: were there for a. part ol the evening. 1 , ' After supper the guests played munity Kitchen. In the business session the following officers were unanimously re-elected: Mrs. O. TR. Redford, .president; Mrs. W. H. Payne, vice president: Mrs. Claude Duncan, secretary: Mrs, Carl Wai i The ceremony ; wil) :be performed • by (he Rei 1 . D. K. Foster nt the ' First Baptist Church in Cartith- ) oi-svllle, at 4 o'clock Sunday, Dec. i 2j. Attendants will be Mrs. James j Collis Woodfin of Mnrfreesboro. 1 Tcnn.. who was formerly Miss jfraia Alexander of Sleele, and | Julian Han'kins, of Chnithorsvflle. riles Divorce Suit Mrs. Elizabeth • Roddy has filed suit. In chancery court here against W. E. Roddy, asking for n divorce n the ground of Indignities. Reid find Evrard arc her attorneys. Skeptical Judge Tests night... • 1 Drl a: • Mrs. Paul L. Tipton meet her oth'.'i J, F. Drake, who will accompany her home. i Giorge Prau, Tom Franklin and Ten) Bsrgdoll. .all. of- Memphis, visited here Saturday night. Latham Stacy and Misses M?.- ble Jo Wilson and Audley Blythe vj c r c In Caruthersvillc Friday night. Mrs. J, H. Smolhenhan a n (1 daughter, Miss Gladys Smothir- man. and Mrs. Jimmie Smotiiei-- man nnd son. Pat. were in Memphis Friday. J, p. Allison nnd daughter. Miss Millie Allison, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crigger jr.. and Charles Criggcr III spent Thanksgiving in Memphis^ as the su:sts of Mr. Allison's daughter, Mrs. C. J. Flcet- ivccd, and Mr. Flcctivoocl. Mrs. Bob Robinson, of Keisor, was [he guest of her sister, Mrs. Jessie Ridniour, yesterday. i Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vauce.undl son, Thaci. have returned from] Caruthcrsvillc. where they sp3iu ( the Thanksgiving holidays with | Mrs. Vance's mother. Mrs. Etta faus't.-- ••- I a.- E. Crlggcr K-ill attend (t>! bus'ihrss in Joncsboro tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs, VI. V. Alevander and sons will move to Osceota j Wednesday where they will live! with Mrs. Alexander's mother, Mrs. | Claude Pen-in. Misses Martini Ann Lynch and Louise Bruggennau of Denver, Cclq.. who has been visiting Miss! Lynch over the holidays, returned to St. Louis last night, to rc-entcn £"':.QQ\ at Washington University. '-. Misses Elizabeth Ann Wilson, A device for testing brake :apr:<! like R !i;-shlight. contains small amount ot incrcUiy. As K. car stops, tht lorwanl surjj? the mrtal .uiioaioticall vttirns GIRLS! EARN MORE! Increase your income by learning u well paid profession . . . yon can be a licensed Beautician with .six- months training . . . enrol] nmv in the Modern Jteauty School Eagle School of Beauty Culture OpCll j Meeting .,|j yt al( . Requirements for I'm lei Arkansas and Missouri. ,/t*l(«. I. OL L? J 4 /i *-\\ i olHlC AODX'OVCo (ot)|)er Bldj;-. , ^ ' H . Lo^v Enrollment Fee COMPETFAT INSTRUCTORS Special Course Cor Young Men and liarners Write for full details to LESTER FISHER GIPSON 515 Krewson Ave. Joncsboro, Ark, 'I'OO I,ATt; TO CLASSH-'i 7 FOB SALE Delicious Home Made We Qt. ifail orders to H. G. Me Kaffey, Rl. 3. Blythevillc, For Rent—C room house on Dugan. $15 per month. H. C. Campbell, over Blythevillc Bakery. i hoe that Satisfies miih Shoe Shop H5 So. 2ml lace, treasurer; Stone, reporter. The following Mrs. Pfiullne chairmen were appointed; Mrs. Raymond Rigys. yard Improvement; Mr». Hump Austin, gardening; Mrs. 'Florence Smith, canning and food preservation: Mrs. Edward Reece. clothing; Mrs. Paul Trammel, food liischof's emanation that he couldn't have exceeded Ihe Speed limit of 30 miles per hour because car was equipped with n speed iwvevuor. and after court- w Snrprises Son With Dinner farty. Mrs. Ira Koonce surprised her son, - ; Ira Neeley Kooncs, on his fifth birthday Sa'turday with n 12 o'clock dinner at which five of his .friends,, Billie Sue and Guy Harris Burks. Charles Roy Lutes. and 'Nema and Pat Burks, and his grandmother. Mrs. \v. C. Burks, were girests. j After dinner the children played 1 lar(1 - poultry; Mrs. Pauline Stone, rtient \vas deferred. -until birthday cake and (handicraft- custard -was served late in the at- 1 A Christmas party was fanned | A Three Daysf Cougli Is Your Danger Signal Just a common cough, ti chesl cold, or a bronchial irritation of today may lead to serious trouble tomorrow. They may be relieved now with Cfeonvulsion, an emulsified Creosote that is pleasant to take. Ct'comulsion is a medicinal combination designed to nld nature in soothing nnd healing infected mucous membranes by allaying irritn- tiou and inflammation and by aiding in loosening and expelling the gcrm-ledeu phlegm. The Medical Profession has for many j'cars recognised the beneficial effect of Bccchwood Creosote in ST. LOUIS OJPI— City Judge the treatment of coughs, cliest colds. Jnmes P. Nancle disbelieved James aa(1 bronchial irritallons. A special -• - - n i process was worked out by a chemist. ; r«, «_^<- ! bOVernOf for blending Creosote with other ingredients and now in Crcomulsion you get a real dose of gcrjuinc Dcech\vootl Creosote which is palatable and can eve!) bo taken frequently and conlin- uoujly by both adults and children. Oreomulsion is one preparation t'nn$ goes to the very seat of the trouble to help loosen nnd expel the r:crth-laricH phlegm. When coughs, elicit colds and bronchial troubles— chic'to common colds—hang on, get p. l)6ttlc or Crcoimilsion from your {IruggisJ, use it, as directed and if yoir are not satisfied with the relief ! obtained, the druggist is authorized ' fo refund every cent of your moiiej-. Crep.mulsion is one word—not two, r.niH it has no hyphen in. it. Ask foist plainly, sec that the name on the bottle is Crcomulsion, and you'll cet the genuine product and the relief, that you want. (Adv.) PRESTONE ANU-FREEZE HEATERS DEFROSTERS TiRE CHAINS Ct)ini>It.'le .Sl Service To All Makes of Cars TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. 2i How Service Call 633 choose LARKWGOD HOSItBY COLORS New Winier stdc and fashion -ri exquisitely shfeei chiffons. BlKi son's fava'rit 15 coidrs, rich-toned .LARKWOOD 'EMPERED TWIST shades for the sea-' '—colors styled for . the_ new Winter cos- 1 tume c REDWOOD, a 'rosy hiown:" LOGWOOD." a'neulial beig*.brov;n: PRftLIHE. a rich lighter blown; GflEGE, a iicutial giey-beige. jack Applebaum Journcd drove Blschof? car uini- elf After the sp5cd test. Judge Nan- preparation; Mrs. \V. 11. Payne. K'e said he hud averaged more home management; Mrs. B. Bal-l"«"i 35 miles per horn-. But jndg- 11KNRY I.OBERG 517 W. Ash I'honc H8 temoon before they went home. 7 « « * .<rk-Mp Power Has Dinner for Salesmen. The-, Arkansas-Missouri Power Corporation gave a Thanksgiving for December 21. and the year's work discussed and partially plan- '. lied. ] In the social horn- the hostess.' Mrs. Raymond niegs, served fresh J fruits. I 'KIDDIES' CLOTHES or DADDY'S HOSE-" PERFECTLY LAUNDERED Tlie kiddles may romp miti play their hardest, but we can remove ^v- er>- bit of I he Jin frpm their clothes and return them s, bes\ shirts, socks, and other garments will certainly suit him after thcy^e been through our'modern laundry. Send Us Your Family Washing PHONE 180 NUWA LAUHDRULEANERS We Invite You to See the New FordV- The Most Beautiful Car ?/? Automotive History TUESDAY, NOV. 30th 5 WEQESPAY, DEC. 1st We urge you lo conic in and inspect the sensational now i'oni V-8 for 1938 PKonc 810 I •v. Fifth & Walmit. Extra Money For the.Holidays BEGINS DEC. 6 A small .sum deposited each week in our Christmas Savings Club will ho returned to you next year in tlic form of a substantial chock. It's the best ami casiesl way to insure yourself the ox Ira money you need for Christinas. The total depends upon how much you pay, from 25 cents to So weekly. RIBiVWKR FKDKUAI, I) K I' 0 S I T IXSUHANCK CORPORATION' IRST NATIONAL BANK The Inslilidion of Better Hanking

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