The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 6, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 6, 1937
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PAGE TWO BLYfHEVILLB <ARE.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1987- Social .• Calendar ' TUESDAY'S EVENTS Tuesday Bridge club meets with Mrs. Harry Kirby. Young Matrons' club meets wislij Mrs. Murray Smart. Woman's club having bingo party at Woman's club at 7:30 o'clock. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Wednesday club meets with Mr,. Baker Wilson. • I Ladles' Bible Stiuly meets withi Mrs. \V, M..Austin, 317 East Davis ' 2:30 o'clock. ] Executive beard'-of Junior-Sen-} ior P, T." A: uieots 2:10 o'clock-lit; high school; regular niL'eling nt 3 o'clock. •'-,'. -, j THURSDAY'S EVENTS ' 1 Mid-Week club meets with Mre.! W. L, Horner. • | Thursday Bridge club meets ;vi;!i Mrs.' L. H. Moore. I Thursday Contract club mecu with Mrs, O. W. McCutchra. I Thursday Afternoon .club meet 1 -, with .Mrs. A., T. Clear. I Thursday Lmiclieon cltib meets \vith Mrs. A. G, Little. ! Business \vomoivs circle of ihc First Methodist Chinch to ha>e Christmas putty and supper 6 o'clock at church. FRIDAY'S EVENTS The Ehnvs'cod Cemetery Association msets with Mrs. Leslie Moon- on Highway 18, 2:30 o'clock. Executive board of Woman's club to have luncheon 1 o'clock nt club. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Bits of News Mostly Personal Her Picture Wins Recognition Rev. Carpenter Will Speak -Ai Mils city, Ijy the Rev. I*. S. stew- 1 art; Miss Pauline Porter and Pokle [ Hollcman, both of Pnscola, by • Magistrate T. I*. Cossldy; Mrs. j Angeltne Belyew mid Parts Putsch! kc, both of Mnnlla, by Mag!s(ratc I Cassldy; Miss Katherinc Mcdlln j and McDuffcy Christian, botb of } Hayti. by Magistrate Cnssldy; Miss The Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pas-1 Louise Smith and Joseph Cobb, | tor of the First Baptist church, both of Caruthcrsville; Miss Lowill speak Wednesday night at !I.c;rcno Howard and Homer Newton, I Baptist state convention, which i both of Dell, Mis. Llllle Merits cpens in Port Smith tomorrow and Bill Benson, both of this city, State Meeting Quails Infant Dies William Quails jr., YJ-ciny.old •son of Mr. and Mrs. William Qualle. died last night, 9:30 c/clock at the family home on the J. Y. Turner farm near Dell, Burial was made' ,'it the Uell cemetery this afternoon with Cobb Funeral Home In charge of arrangements. The baby \vas an only child. morning. He will talk on "Present- livj the 1938 Pogvam." ethers frcm this county who aUciul the meeting arc the by Magistrate Cassliy; Miss Nora Payne, of this city, and Wright, of Luxora; Miss Hugh Velva Smith and Charles Cltmn, both of Seven Girls Organize Club A group of junior high school girls met at the home of Miinprei Holland Friday night for a covered Qlsh supper and to organize a club. Officers for Ihs cluu. whose name is to he secret and known by its initials "J. U. G.", were elccleit. They are Mary Dai-cock, president; Dorcthy Jean Hifiginson, vice president; and Doris Muir, secretary-reporter. Other members of the club ace Wanda Fisher. Bobbie Ann Purvis. Sally Mat'nis, and Margaret Holland. The eh'is \vill meet every Friday night and will have a sup- "Gee, llicsc are stroii};. (j'uicM JVIiut'd you use— twij ji iiiice to HIIC of gnigf r :iliv" ( <>rapc- Steele-Cooter Holland Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. c, W. Hoyiws and children. ,AI<]r,n and Angltiio, and Mr. mid Mi's. Douglas Ilayncs anS baby «m, all of Dycraluirg, Tcnii. spent yesterday hew as BUMIS o! their mother. Mrs. s, A, Haynes ami their sister, Mrs. C. J. Cox, ;md family. Misses Muble Jo Wilson and Tlicltna Wells were In Memptn fc'i)l»r<fny illicit. Rctert Purvis, of Memphis, spent j the week end here as the guest,' of his tiaughUT. no'oblc Ann !>iir ' vis. Mrs. Wyntt Henley, who has boon sick from Influenza for past two weeks, Is able to lie now. in Wftrrlngton, who i s slek i ! tcre studios In over 200 cities. Irom pnc.imcniu, is slightly im- prcveil. The Rev. j. Walter Cobb, formerly of here and now of Memphis, Is a jmticiH at Die Baptist hospital, whore lie Is recuperating!I from a severe paid. Mr. (iiul Mrs. Fred W. Schatz. I formerly of here and now of Hel-! ona, were here Saturday night ns Biiestr, of Mr. and Mrs. A. Conwoy and relume;) from Cairo, ill., insi nluhl'far another brief visit Wore ; returning home tcdny. i Byron Morse spent the week, end i in Fnyett:villc with his son, Byrcn. who Is attending the University Rev. I-'. A. Whltely of Manila, ihe Manila; Miss Helen Flovlnc Cra- I-'. Gritlin cf Dell :hc^ uns - a{ Osccola. and J. T. Lee jr., ' Rcv. Rev. ., . FlemnRs of Luxor.i. ' of Wcst Kidire; Miss Dorothy Shcl- thc Rcv.'c. L. Bishop of ArmorcJ. 1 l(m Lcc ' ot Proctor, and Thomas Hie Rev. Howard King of New Lltcrty, the Rev. Harvey Gray of I Cycss and the Rev. and Mrs. E. L. 1 Cole c£ Osceola. j r.ek'sales frcm all the 370 Bap- j list churches In the state will st- j tend the convention. The Rev. T. '! i W. Croxtou, ol Montlcello, ivlll cte- M. Allen of Helena, Mont. King And Queen Are Crowned At Holland One of the oldest trades in Great Britain is the Cigar Tobacco Union, which celebrated teimial a few years ago. National Workers' its ccn- HOU.AND. Mo.. Dec. 4 — Miss f j liver the convention address 'rues- ', Lavomic Viav was crowned queen A iiiiotlgniph of Ernestine! Holt.I day night. j and Joe Coleman, king of Holland two-year-old blonde daughter ofj 'Jr. J. B. Lawrence of Atlanta.;' high school in colorful ceremonies Mr. <uul Mrs. E. M. Holt of Iliis'C!a.. secretary of the home mls-'ii* Hie Holland school's carnival night, reign as the school's --„---., throughout the year. Marriage Licenses | 1;ls Mr. <uui Mrs. K. M. unit ol mis; ua.. sEcri-iary m me nonip mis-;a: uie iioin ilis j city, won "honorable mention" in' -'en beard, will speak Wednesday.I held Friday • (1 p an nu.ial children's national pho-[ — > They will I tc?ra]:h cciitest of ilciiartiiKtiti ' . . -'"royalty" thr Ekcls Offircrs The foSlowliiB ofRcers were elect- 1 rnr.Foid tiall and latnily, of In- j c'iann. whc have been here with, of Arkansas ;'•='• "»™ returned home. | Mrs. S. S. 'Steinberg has re. Mrs. Andrew Crawford fell at turned [rum Memphis where -ha ;l:cr home hi-lhe Mnplewood com- nttcnded the exculive board meet uunily and Is confined to her bed. iang O f i ne Forrest City district Mrr. Siuis and daughter.; cf Ue Federated Woman's chilis Mwyanmi, ai-r visiting the former'.-,' held at the Peabcdy Friday" s'ster. Mrs. John Anderson, and Dr nnd Mr? HA Mood" Vr i lit Andersen at Laurel. Mis.-;. .„,„[ MVS. Henry Norton ami Mr Mr. nnd Mrs. «. O. Altxiuulor, and Mrs. Joe Tipiou, all of B.,.' Demonstration Club News Notes Marriage Licenses were issued' from Hie county clerk's offices tinr-' I I ing the past week to tiie following ! I j persons, the name of (he minis--1 i ter or oflicial p?rforming Ihc cere-'I mony given II listed: Miss Ca)lici| i Bailey and Simon Porter, both of Moved Around Corner In Same Huilcling Next lo Ellis Implement Co. MADDUX Harness Shop The Morning AfterTaking Carters Little Liver Pills The Dell Home Demonstration tlub met Friday at the home of Mrs. M. W. Lewis with Mrs. Jin. Rc.';s as cc-hosUs.s. Eighteen mem-| tcrs were present, : Mrs. Earl Boren gave a dem- j instratlcn o nhov; lo make a Ibnl'ty garment cut, of a pair ol t'.uc serge trousers. Mrs. Clyde CJISlilaurt demonstrated ho\Y to crui 1:03 liver. . The hostesses .served cakf.. r.'hip- prdped cic-i.m utid ecltee. 'the next meeting will be i> Christmas parly 10 be held Dec. IS. lit ihc club building. FOR CHRISTMAS (Ic will apiu-cciatc a quality gift from our whiskey shop Whiskeys, Wines, Gins and Cordials CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division per meeting every other week. e(i tu serve at the Woman's Mis- \ hove returned from Murlrccsbovo, irelurg, Terin. were ouesls ves slanary society or the Steele Melh-jTenn.. where they have been visit-, today of Dr"nnd Mrs Paul i] cdist Church for the coming year: j lay their daughter. Mrs. James Tlptcn. Mrs. M. A. Massey, president'. Mr.i.! Cpllls V.'ooHfin. and Mr. Woodfin. Mr. and Mrs Cliff McCortivck Htwberry Johnson, vice president;! Thi'lr son, Frcrl Alexander, wto nnd fen, cliff jr moved here Mrs. Robert Luwrence, secretary; j t: attending Georgia Tech, also frci« Memphis. Mr McCormick is Mvs. J. VI. Workman, treasurer; United them while they were cciinccied with the Mille- Au-o Celebrates Ninth I Mrs. P, F. -McCutchen, siiperlnten- Cure. Supply company At present thcv Birthday with r.irlv I f.snt of children's work; Mrs. Hob-j Mr. J. W. McCullough. of the arc stayin* at the Hotel No'ol Mrs. 'Guy Burks gave a party I ^ Steeic. of baby] Hew Survey comimmily. who has um ,,i an ( 0 i, e permanently 'local- Saturday afternoon for her danoh-1 -P cc ™'s; Mrs. R. C. Stecle. super- j Lcen siek. for some time, is very ca this week ter, Billie Sue, In honor of tcr '• intendetil of study; Mrs. .1. p.Miitich Improvctt. . Misses. Dorothy Wilson ami Jem ninth birthday. j Vickrey. superintendent of social I Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Briggancr. loraber't' and Marion Grftv 'ind Eighteen children were present i relatlcns; apd. ^Mrs.Ji A v and Mvr,. Velmer Campbell and J)m,.Wilctiii m'-nt vrstpnlnv' ' t(m% .Irv^nnin .fn-i \v r< r> n i,i ^,,^.^, _.n,T' v;.'Tt-. Ttl ." -* • . to play hteen children were present i relations; and ^Mrs.Ji A v SuoiKc.jnv. and Mvr,. Vclmer Campbell a :ay same;. Tl^ house «•«•; i -I'PCi'hUeudout. of •' publicity. /. . . | Ion, Johnnie, an:l \V. C. Reid spc runduy at Mnrston as guc: 1'a'rty •- • . j Mv. ami Mrs. C. D. Travis. Mrs. T. N. BrignnUe wns>; Mrs. Basil McClurc and i to ix bunco'imHy Thursday night U'lmmlc. spent Thursday in Blythe- They vverc accompanied home bv jiti honor of the birthday luinivcr-! i Ule with the former's niece, Miss Mir.. Craw ford's sister, Miss Jane decorated with chrysanthemums • and t!:e lace covered refresliment J!ll!? n "" c ' tabls had a birthday cake tor the centerpiece. .Mary Jo NewcomVT and Ira 1 Neeley guess: neon birthday Joo; Mi Poster, onj Mrs. Jimiiiic 'sommlge I n Christmas scheme. The gifts for and Mrs. F. B. Nation, of Hayti i " lc S l:cs ' of honor worn placed . wtre among ihe guests. ' I inicler a smnll decorated Christinas > » « j tree and tile tallies were Email Woman's Chili ' Santo Clauses. rizniiing I'aities ! Mrs.. Campball won high nt The Woman's" club b p|innlns ; blmco - Mvs - Lc "' nip •"'"1»" low ITO parties for the Christivms sea- a " (1 MlSl Did ' Michi(1 low wore - fon this year. The Gist one n! ' rhOEC altcniHngr we.o Mrs. A. it. • spent siHi':;Mr;:/bray's parents. Mr.-iiriJ sis cl ;iirs. C.' M':-Ornv. r.'X i S.'r. anff . Mrs. Bill Crawford son. spent the week end in Memphis'. rr. Mrs. Mary Burnett. !ov several days. Registration of a trademark in; Alaska now exports 50&.GOU J.lexico confers the exclusive right i pounds of shrim;> annually, witfi i'f Its use to the registrant. ] a valuation of 5200.000. " i ..o-party to be held tomorrow' Heokllaln - Mrs - Glcn night nt 7:30 o'clock at the cl'ib! oimil ' Jc rdan. .Mrs. Dick Mich(.\ house, will combine pleasure witli! Ml ' s Clarice Gilltlnml and Mvs. business to help raise the S10S3l! Glls Cooper, ^^isses Dorothy Hiu- the club hes on its books to u^i !li ' Ro «'™ a Campbell nn:I Mar)>aid before Jan. i. " | Si'cte llcClmc. Mrs. James B. Clark, wlio is- » > . » chairman cf the arrangements '.or: (lie bingo party tomorrow night i will he assisted bv Mrs. Joe o'i Tiieichman. Mrs. Russell'Fair airi! Mrs. J. E. Hnsson. \ ^The second party is plam Cec. 17. -jjth Mrs. J. T. Phillip;! Citadel". Mri. Nfwteny Jalnison cntrr- tniiu-d ti-.c Eo'nk club al he.- home on Walnut nve. Wcdm'idnv nftcinoou when sho also hud one HUCiU Mrs. N. Koury. Mrs. T. A. report on "The I Off. From a common cold No matter how many medicines Borm-lnd(?n phlegm. Druggists nlso rou have tried for your common know the eftcclive.ucsr, or Becch-' Haggard gave u as general chairman. To this na-:y,! which will bs a China slicwer fori tli« club house, each member isj inviting s guest. 1 Daughter Bern A six and one half pound '• "aaghter. who has been named weie m:>de lor the annual Christma;; party wh;n lucmbers ol the club and their husbands arc lo be guests. Mrs. T. A. ITnygnrd is to b2 hostess i\l Ihp parly to be held Dcc. I9th. Nichols Cooler. you . .. cough, chest cold, or bronchial »•-• rilnlion. you can pet relief no p ,y vvilh Creoniulsion. Crcnmulsion not only cohtains the .'icoflvin^ Clemen's common to many oujjh vnnedlcs. such as Synip of \Vhiie Pluc Com- poiuid will: Tar. E>K! fl\iid extract of Licorice Hoot. bat. it also has fluid extract of Ipecac iov its powerful phlegm iooseimifjoflccc. fluid extract o( Cascar.i Ior iu mild laxative wooil Creosote nncl they rank Creo- nuilolon "tops" for coughs because you net a real dose of Creosote in Crcomulslon. emulsified so that it is )>.ilnUili!c. dise.stlble, and nctive in j;oi:if to (.ha vri'y aont of the trouble. drc-oniuLslon U Re-ncrnUy found satisfactory in t!ic lie.itmsnt of ca-iinlir.. chest roldr, nnd broncliiat irritntion. cspfcinlly thoS2 stubborn r-ucs that start ns just n common efTcct, and. inoM, iu-.nytti-.nt of: cold and linur; on for dreadful day's nil. Beecliwoocl Creosote, perfectly j nncl nights lli'cvcaftcr. Even If other blended with ail 01 thos« so that it] rcmeulcs have fiuled. your drii"i;ist will reach tho wuree of the trouble iU«uthor!zi!rt to refund every ccntol TOO LATE T OCI.ASS1FY For Sale ill health forces nit tc sell out! louriEt catins. Store, Cafe Filling Station, and Residence. Doing ;;:cci ljuriness. Reasonable, casn or terms. Known as ••Billis's"" place, on So. H. W. 01. W. E. Hcssle, lilythcvH'e. Phone 845. ti-pk-9 For Ueut room furnished apartment. 003 W. Wainut. li-pk-13 GOOD COOKS hstke BETTER CAKES with . The Dainty Cooking Fat "It's Wonderful" TELL-TALE LINEN- Wha.DoesltTellYourGuests? WHAT do they say — those sheets, those slips, . those counterpanes? Do they proclaim you perfect hostess — say things about you that you.cannot say yourself? LINEN "tells'tales. Your linen, when laundered by us, will tell a significant story to all who see — a story of good housekeeping. Try us this week' LAUNDRY-CLEAHERS Phone § E Everything for your ente^ tainmcnt and comfort. i „, cocr met Thursday after-' J. r. Hilton of Ocerni' hcis neon at the home of Mrs. Wilsie arrived in Cooler to !:c ^i.'h his ^' lcv - s!stcr. Mrs. John Ku^oli wi-o if The meeting opened with a song, mains in a very m-icus coniiition and a prayer by Mrs. ffffie Caities. Mm. Gcoree Gilli ' ' ' Mrs. Joe Cagic Rave the devotional is nnunprovrd after frcm liic second chapter ol Ajt.s. ly ill for some lime lie,- b,-, The lesson was from the study '• •—- licok, "Sub-lntrcductiot. to Ctii- ' ntf.e History." Mrs. J. c. Criner dismissed the meeting. At the'Hospitals LotieJla Workman, five, who was seriously Injured when struck by ', a car near Steeie November 7, was returned Lo Dr Walls clinic to-! j day. in a Cobb ambulance, lor an i examination. " • ' | Mrs RObcit Hawkins, of Caruth- i fitUII- ts a patient In the pl-.U Enplist Hospital.' 111-AtIKS SOT tt'Sr.K Carutlicrvillffc Get your complete winter auto n c e il s niul mm AUTO PARTS .MOTOIl 0!(. Blil'UOSTi'KS i;.M'n.i:n.s m b'. Main lllj'thcviilc Increase yciur incnnu* liy le;irninn u well paid profession . . . y, H , can he n liecnsctl lieaulician win, six moilt training . . . enroll ni ,, v j,, u le Mculerii licatily School Eagle School of Beauty Culture ( Mee(in K all State Kciiuircmenls for ArUiinsas and Missouri. State Approved •*>\v linvollnuMU i ( V<^ Jan. Cooper Walnut '& 2ml/' icvillp \ Itl.vtlievill? COMPUTE Vr 1 \STRUCTOHS Course Tor Vouni; Men ;tntl Uarhers Write fin- r»\! dclails lo LESTER FISHER GIPSON ,">!;> Kremlin Avr. .lom'slxiro, ArK. Ki irruO'iT ymtr frirntls ;md rrl;ili&ns . . . srnprr.ij.sly! 'I'lial's llio jcy of (.'Ijii.slnucij. JJul (D th) ihrs >r» nrctl iuonc>' . . - extra ipnucy. An-1 lo Imvc t'xlra nicncy ynii ncptl lo s:\vp ;inrt >:iu*c •i.vslrmalicaUy 1 , T)u n^ in .my rllicrs do . . . niitu-iiWlc ynnr ncv( year's (jhrlslnKis expenses. Join nnr (l»)i now nut) save n iklinitn amount, weekly! N< xt llci'Cinbf.v itlirn you e,fi your check, yon H know wlial :\ tnily cart* tvcc*"C,'tn istnias is. Cnmr in tc:lay ami ;i«» "pi FiiM vaymnils arcr ihic il^s ^crk . . . gvou|,s frr ;\\\ atnnniUs from 2.*c (n S5.GO \\rRhly. .Member Federal Deposit Insunnicc Covpnrution ST NATIONAL BANK The (nsttliiiiou of #c/Y<r Uankiny Last Time Today 'Second Honeymoon" with Tyromie Power, l.orultu Ycunj? & Slu.-irt Erwin .\lsci Paramount News & "P.OV- EVE THE SAII.OIl ML'ETS 'iV'l BAE.i'S FORTY THIEVES.. A JO minute feature in Technicolor. Adrc-u-jcn 3Ialince lOe & 26-j Admission Night tOc & flfic TUESDAY Also Selected Shorts Aihnis-ion Maluicv lOc & Admission Night IGc & : Admission Always lOc & Zliii Show every night. Matinees Friday, Saturday & Sunday Only. Friday & Sunday Maiinccs slarj 2:15 p.m. Saturday Continuous sIiuv>in B from 1 tn 11:39 p.m. NiB'H shoivs start 7:00 p.m. Last Time Today 'Expensive Husbands' v-ilh l';itrick Kntiulc.s & Beverl.v Roberts I'nx A'cws A Comedy Tne. - Wed, - Thur. PAL NIGHTS! admitlci! for the of J. PRICiA Lyle f TaSbot Wtndy' Barrie Cop Turned KftUr In A Lon« BattU For

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