The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1937 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 8, 1937
Page 6
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PAGE SIX Hayti Society—- Personal G. A.'s Have Meeting Miss Seitih Beth Travis was hostess to lhc G. A.'s of the Baptist church nl her home Thursday afternoon with 10 members anil their counselor, Mrs. Wayne Huli- irian, intending. Mrs. llulfman opened the ' meeting with prayer and then nl) sing "Silejil Night, Holy Night". Vesta Mac I'riiHt presided during the business session at which time plans were made for (he Lottie Moon Week «f Prayer which Is to be held this v» f oek. Also plans .wore made lor Ihfth Christmas parly which is to be held Christnias week. Sally Joe Ntthrry was In charge of the program winch had as it's title, "No Room at, Tlic Knit" and she was .•ifflhlAl by Ikaty Joe Nichols :nn! Ann Turrentine. BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.V COURIER NEWS ITomcrsville Society — Personal \V. M. V. Metis. The Woman's Missionary Society of the Baptist Church met «U)i Mrs. W. M..Gates Wi'diK'S- rtay tifteniooit. 'Hie program opr-nei) v,'Hh uroup singing nfU'r which Mrs. S. K. rultln gave the nTlplure and a tiiaycr. .Mrs. Call 13. Watson had charge of Hie KM vice pro- lira in. There present. were H mnnbfi'.i Miss VlrvinJn Kldiiiijji 1 ton, Mo., was ih< 'AtH'k f end of Miss KathniK 1 Anderson, i Mr. ami Mrs. M. M. Fil/gc-rald of Kiio.'i.ill. Mo., mmu) hcie \Vcrt- Mr.s. W. J. Norton underwent a lunjor operation nt the Methodist ho.spital In Memphis Thursday, Her husband is with her. Shannon Norton and J. D. Shelby .'))( HI the week end with Mis. Norton, who Is very ill. 11. B. Maslerson is in Union and Jefferson City, Mo.. Ihls week Suspecting schools. ncsdnv. Mr. i-d with liii' | company. j Mrs Hi":'.sii> lrr '" ! li " 1 ' il Is coiintc'.- Hell railroad 8im;w>n mid <lu wil '"-- « ho h!lv <' Mis Willard Mm-)], loll Sutuichyl (o ndim Co Uiifi hoiiif-. Mis. K.-ltle .Sliver,-, of I'icdinmil. M),. is vislling licr lather, J. I). O;'Aun. ami lainilv. ( li:mr,U'!l Anderson jv.. went to .St. L.ouU MojHl.'ty 10 iK'conip.iny i his ion. Barnwell 111, home from I llio Shriners' hospital, where h<- Ben Topper took Jean Tapper. | lias bWM tl ,, fM ^ (u , lllliwm ror Sonny. Richard and Irma Sue i Uu . ,, avl lno ,,,j,_ Mr. and Mrs. lioy Soiibatigh Richard and Irma Kohn and Louie Jacob Ilaikovitz t othc Sunday School at the Tom- • , |:nu lhc k ( ( c pie Israel .it. Blyilievllle Simdny. riu . (tmil visiUl ,. ( . llU!v ,, s Mr. ana Mre George Merrill sr., M ,. nn( i Mr , MilHhi ,i| ,, 01 ,, o .l Mr and Mrs George Men 11 jr.. | Mf . nm , Ml .,. K|rk „ „ , and Prank Merrill attended the j MiMi , ok - Kouse wl ,,,,„, : fimernl of John McClnnnhnn nt i ventiire. Calif wheie thev' «•("! Oartithersrille Wednesday. He was] .,„,„<! ,i, 0 w j, )tc) . ' i the brother of Mrs. acorgc Mer- j a , lU , K We |l,,,a,., of St. "" sr ' '^ ' ll " KUfKl of his mother ' Is the Mrs. Joe Hnrjer and .SOILS spent f K. t,'. Anderson. ,=uls.' Mrs. u rrecmnn. | Mrs. Wyllo 'sigler ol j Negro Rental HoUSC . Neb., arrived here [ „ ^ Destroyed By Fire A small house at the rear of 417 West Ash street, which was occupied by negroes, was destroyed by fire at nine o'clock last night. Airs, j J. J. Johnson owned the building. Damage to the house has been estimated at 5300. Ihe day Saturday in Chalfee visiting Mrs. Joe Hiiber sr. P. W. vnnllom or Blkston was Jrcri Saturday altcncllng to business. Mr. and Mrs. Hassell Deweese motored to Charleston Sunday und \isited with Mrs. Oewcese's inoth- er, Mrs, H. L. Freeman Mr. and Platlsmouth last Wednesday having tieen called because of (he illness of Mr. Slgler's father. Frank Sigler. Mr. Sigler was laken to the Methodist hospital nt Memphis Thursday by hts sons, Wyle. George, Vic. und Carl. Carl Slglcr drove to Cape Girardeau Friday after his son. Carl jr., who spent Hie week end at Memphis with his grandfather. Miss Lera .Hardin of Scnath, spent Monday here with Miss RfivolR Drew. Mr. and Mrs. Ophle Shepherd 'returned home Thursday evening from Mpinphls where Mrs. Shop-, here! had n medical examination. While there they also visited Mrs. Fred[Morgan, who is in the Ear, Kye" and Nose clinic. I Mr. ami Mrs. Emerson Otllngcn' have moved into the Parks home which was formerly occupied by Mrs. .Mecca Davis. Mrs. Davis has moved into the Kohn apartment. Mrs. Gladys Moore. Mrs. Osji Barret and Mrs. Arnold Tnckcr were in .Memphis Friday. • Mrs. s. E. Ncthery was confined to her room last week on account of illness. Mrs. Fred Morgan and son.! Mack Morgan, drove to Memphis! last Monday where Mrs. Morgan) had an operation on her eye. She! Is still In Memphis. " ! Mrs. Ola Price who nns been j here on an extended visit wtth : her sister. Mrs. Fnimle Chlsm lelt i fat- St. Louts Thursday. Mrs. James Morgan and daughter. Christine, of Oscrola, were here Saturday visiting Mrs. Jim G.'uner. Mis. Morgan foraierly lived hee. I Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Howe and! son. Gene, of Cape Girardeau,! were the guests of lhc former's' mother, Mis. Jennie Hoivc Sun-1 da;:. ' j Mrs. Eva Walker is seriously ill 1 of nciite malaria at the home of her aimt. Mis. Zella Dr. E. G. Cope entered !... Memphis Methodist hospital Kri-1 day tor treatment. 1 Mrs. Klsscll Breaker of Tupelo.' Mi.'.s.. is heir vUllng ^icr pur-, nils. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tnylo:. nnd other ivlallves. I The special plant nursery of the Ixinclon County Council at Avcry Hill, near Woolwich, grows potato plants from G to 10 feet in length. 1 Good Whiskey Made Belter I T is hard to improve upon our extra quality 3 year old Kentucky mash tub straight Bourbon and 3 year old Maryland pot still straight Rye. But, when we blend these with spirits into you get far better whiskey. Out- expert blending produces liquor quality and smoothness, enhances the richness and improves the flavor. ItlfnAtil dnd Hattlftl hy Th'e"Wcslcrn Reserve C.n. Cincinnati Tin itralgfat *M*V1ii la tt>U priduit AM 7S% lfjln'r»mr«1 islrltt. $1.00 Pint FROM AMERICA'S FIRST MOD- ERN1STIC PREPARATION PLANT As Modern as the Plant in which it is prepared $7.00 ton GAY & BILLINGS PHONE 76 WEDNESDAY, DECRMBRR 8, 1!137 HE'S SURE BE HAPPY! // ifs from MEAD'S Ttu- certain roiiil to ;i man's lirar! nl Chrislmas lime is (o K ivo him from >i mini's store. ThiH'.s H'liy you sw ninrt- women than men at Mead's (hese daj'.s. They're (he smsirl shoppers who know men like jfifls front a he-man's slore. 'j'|,e v :,|«, | in ow our salesmen ure mil aniarcurs Init wtlt-smen who know what well dressed men of Ulythevill- like lu wear. They afeo know IKal if their K ift docs not happen to please Mr. Alan, or if il doesn't happen !o lit. he won't mind cxchan.r. inif il here. We invile you to visit our store today for wise shoppers are early shoppera. GIFT •\ TIES In si'lCL'tiiifr his lies you will find every one will he a !.\~ vcrlle with liim .for Ilicrc. Isn't a "('hrlstnias" lie in tlip cilt- 50 SCARFS A wool scarf will prnlrrl ni^ »n-k n^aiiut llu* whuls of wln- Icr ami Improve his. appearance when worn Astol style. I'UIn or GLOVES Hand s in ,T s tovr is jusl as outManrlin K as hand tailoring in n suit. These hsunl scm\ cloves arc here I,, choice leathers. _ $Q SO SUGGESTIONS PRE-CHRISTMAS SELLING OF Hart Schaffner & Marx TOPCOATS This is the first lime in history Mead's have offered ,1 pre-C'hristmas .srllinK of Harl SrlialTiK-r & .Marx ntid Mansfield (o|)coats. We do it now so you can have your new coat BKKOUK Christmas instead of after ;iml save money on your purchase. You m;iy Inke your choice of llcece.s, i-anicl hairs, tweeds, aljjoras, velours. Models are balmacaans, belted hacks, box back niglans or set-in sleeve models. Every coat j, r »arantee(i In the limit. All gifts wrapped in beautiful boxes without charge ROBES Scrumptious robes of ivool or silk will make any male heart xu iili-a-pat. Our great r collec- tton was never better in any size desired. 50 SHIRTS Tailored by Arrow In solW cpi- crs, wtillrii, cluster stripes or (hwlis. ^Illcfa form nt and a new one free It on ( . i- v er slirlnks! SOX IntcrB'oveti soehs will protect his ankles .i,,,l fctl fron, AreHr blasts. Hc rc in ] is | e O r "«<• lined wool. Every smart iwttcrn available. 39c - 55c 315 WEST MAIN STREET

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