The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 29, 1937 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 29, 1937
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1837 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Osceola Society — Personal 1936 Class Get Together Allen Segraves, member of the 1936 graduating class of Osceola High School and now n sophomore In the University of Arkansas, was host lust night to the members of the class who arc home for the Christmas holidays at n three course turkey dinner in his home on Kelser avenue. Polnsettas formed the centerpiece on the table where covers were laid for fourteen and Ihe places marked by Christinas cards attached to miniature candy San- til Clauses. Only three members of the class were absent. Those present with their sponsor, Mrs. C. Ii. Moore, were Clementine Bowen, Marion Cromer, Ethel Brickey, Cora Hognn, Mnry Elizabeth Balloue, Virginia Nlek- ols, Ed Chisenliall, Emmet Wilson, Sam Hodges, Eldon Pali-ley, Gilbert Rogers and Charles Sullenger. Impromptu speeches were made by members of the class and experiences of college and biisl- n'ess life since their graduation were related during the social hour that followed the dinner. • . • + * Rotary Club Meets Following the Invocation by J. B. Biinn at the regular meeting of the RBtary Club yesterday at which Dr. C. M. Harwell presided, Welby Young .and O. E. Massen- glll spoke briefly on the privileges and obligations of community life. Ben Butler gave a - resume of the ten months accomplishments of the club. Guests were Arthur Rogers of New Albany, Mississippi; Cecil Shane of Blytheville; Al Edgar of Ames. Iowa; and BUI Dillard of Osceola. * V • . Attends Father's Funeral Mrs. J. L. Glascoe left yesterday morning upon' receipt of a message notifying her of the death of her father, James Newcombe, at Ills home In Pint River, Mo. Mr. Newcombe, who was 13. had been in ill health for some months but was apparently improved so that Mrs. Glascoe had returned from a visit with him during the Christmas holidays. ..*.** Mr.,- and : Mrs. Adolph Weinberg and son, Hyman; Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Weinberg and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Applebaum of Blythe- EXTRA Step , ,T HE .3 year old" Kentucky mash tub straight Bourbon, and the fine 3 year old Maryland pot still straight Rye, are excellent whiskies before we blend them with neutral spirits into BLENDED WHISKEY iThis extra step—this expert blending—maintains the full strength of these fine -whiskies and gives you extra ripe flavor and extra smoothness with liquer quality. Try LEWIS 66 next time. Enjoy the extra flavor of fine whiskies blended into super smoothness. Bltttiei ai Bottled by The Western Reserve Co. .Cincinnati The straight whiskies in this product are 3 years old,25% straight whiskies, 75% grain neutral spirits. $1.00 Pint vllle, returned Monday from Flat lllver. Mo,, where they s|ient tho holidays wllh their daughter, Mrs. lD->ls Miller and Mr. Miller. Mrs. R, I/. Maxwell, who has Ixien 111 for several weeks but was iiu.R to lie out last week, ims suf- 'ri-f,) n relapse and Is quite'111 all her home. . . • ' i I Mis. Charles Blniiton' wns called ! to Memphis yesterday on account' of the serious Illness of her grand- ' mother, Mrs, Pnrnlee Heed, at St." . Jor.'iih's hospital. • i WIIHum Lewis of Pine Bluff Is the BUcst-'of Miss Mnry Bluart Butler Oils week. ' | .). 11. Binm and w. A. Butler , 'Will to Marked Tree last nighl •where Mr. Bunn wns installing- oll'cer for Ihe Marked Tree Ma-1 sonic lodge. i A. T; ISell is n business visitor )» St. I.outs Ihls v,-cek. Jean Fogg Is the guest of her Junt, Mrs. U>u!s p. Haven In iforrezt City this week. . . Mis. Hale Jackson, accompanied •>y her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L, '-• VaiKli-n'oorl. returned yester-' «>v from a three weeks visit with Mrs. Jaitaon's sister, Mrs. I. M Epstein and nr. Kpstein In El 1 a:», Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Vander- vcorl left last night for their Home In Chicago. Ooncressmnn W. J. Driver and •"is. Driver arc home for the [Christmas holidays. They will re- jtiirn to Washington "early In Jnn- •lohn icelser who accompanied t'Oiich James Wcslerflelil of Kelser high school to his home In Leaks'»i'. Miss., for the holidays, and or a visil to Mobile, Ala., and "Iher gulf coast points ol interest, *'i 1 attend the Sugar Bowl foot••all game In New Orleans Satur- Jay. i Among those In Memphis yes- •erday were Mrs. Maggie Barbtcrs Mrs willlan Wellborn. Mrs. Sam -oblc and her sister, Mrs. J. A Mornn of Port Scott, 'Kans . Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Walker iave returned from a visit with -er parents in Collins, Mississippi Mrs. E. R. R e i d accompanied ier mother, Mrs. J. w Writ )f Blytlieville to the Baptist lL- ,mal In Memphis veslerday for watment. ' Osceola Masons, 0. E. S. Hold, Installation Service OSCROLA, Ark.. Dec. 2 9. — A lumber of Christmas trees an'd -.vrcnths, potted poinscUlas and Ulicr greenery arranged around 'lie Progressive Club rooms made .1 festive setting for the annual oint installation of the officers if the Osccola Masonic lodge .lumber 27 and the Eastern Star • bapter number 425 on Monday •light, The . observance of this dale.-known as SI. John the Evan- elist's Day,-Is a fixed custom nml •'lie .outstanding event of the lodge •vgar. .here to which the public !s always invited. Mrs. Frances Hogan of Luxoi-a, worthy grand matron, of Arkansas, ',vns the Installing officer, assisted by Dr. L. E. Tucker of Monettc, 'iglit worthy grand trustee of tiie lenernl grand chapter of the •voi-ld. Mrs. George Raines was the installing marshal! for the first four officers and Mix. Geneva Fowler served OK Installing mar- shall for the remainder of the officers, assisted by Mrs. Sara Miller as chaplain. The following are elected to FBI-VC for the ensuing year: Mrs. Esther Reid, worthy matron; E. ft. Reid, worthy patron; Mrs. Irma Bandy, associate matron; Geo. Haines, associate patron; Mrs. Vora Max-veil, conductress; Mrs. 2ona Stephens, associate condua- 'ress; Mrs. Grace O. Moore, sec- •etiiry; Mrs. Edith Abrey, treasurer; Mrs. Sarn Miller, chaplain; Mrs.. Elizabeth Raines, marshall; Mra. Florence Masllu, organist; Miss Elizabeth Ernian, Adali; Mrs. Lucy B, Miller, Ruth; Mrs. Minnie Schooler, .Esther; Mrs. Uila Smith, Martha; Mrs. Cora Chiles, Elccta; Mrs. Hoy 'Thomason, warder; Slaude Thomnson, senti- ncl. Proceeding the installation, Mrs. Geneva Fowler, worthy matron for the year just closed, and Mr. Fowler, presented and dedicated an Eastern Star Bible (o the chapter in a short addenda. A beautiful ceremony was tendered Uie retiring worthy matron and a jewel presented to her by Mrs. Elizabeth Raines. A past patron's button, was presented E. R. Smith, by the Incoming patron, E Pioneer Movie Star | HOH1ZONTAL 1, 7. Pictured st^r of the early jnovfcs, H Imbeciles. 12 Alms box. JJHalf quart. 14Point. JO Saucy. 17 All right 18 Lion. 19 Musical note. 20 Afternoon. 21 Light wagon. 22 Irregular piece. 24 To lire, •25 Unit of work. 28 Snaky fish. 29 Dry 31 She is a native ol —— 33 French. 34 Five and five, as Twice. 36 God of sky 31 Away. 38 Electric unit. 39 Sorrowful. 40 Writing fluid. 41 Hand blow 42 Railroad station. Aiuwer t* Frevlouc Tool* 18 To loiter. 20 Chattered, n araura 13 ZPEIH a santaa BHQraH GIHCJQ 9Q9ui3 390 H in asm m am 44 Period. ' 64 Valuable 45 She is starring property, on the today. 46 To soak flax:' 47 Ventilating machine. 48 Mohammedan paradise nymph, 49 Night before. 50 Grain. ' 51 Bundles. 53 She acted In >-— in the movies. , 22 Meadow, 23 Garnet. 24 Fish's swim- mini organ. 26 Musical note. 27 Assignment. 28 Small shield. 30 Extra supply. 31 Helper. 32 Writing fluid. 33 She has a type ol beauty 35 Flying mammal 37 Flames. 39 Drunkard. 40 Electrified particle. 41 Shirt buttons. 43 Skin. 44 Ana. 45Rail (bird). 47 Distant. VERTICAL 1 Mouth part 2 Cast of « ''' language. 3 Chain port. 4 Quantity. -• 5 Neuter pronoun. 6 Splritus asper. 48 Laughter 7 Aperture. .sound. 8 Irascible. 4» Type Standard 9 Beat H, BO Alleged lorce. JO Head covering 51 Note (n scale. 15 Clan symbols. 52 Street. Caniihersville Society — Personal Mr. nml Mrs. Zn\m Wells left Monday tor thch- home In Dlehl- stadl. MO,, nflcr spending tho Christmas vaonllon here wllh Mrs Wells' imrenls, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. I-oiiB. They will upend the.remain- der of llielr school vacation with Mr. Wells' parents nl cape Cllrar- dcau, Mo. Mr. uud Mrs. Jon I.IUclfeli)er nnd finmll son of Columbia, Mo,, spent Christmas here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Uluclfclner mill vitli her relatives nl rilythcville, Ark. They returned home Suiidnv. f'alvln Martin of Chicago, III,, vlio spent Christmas with his nother, Mrs. Adu Mnrlln, left luvxlay evening for his home. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Fletcher spent nliii'dny and Sunday In fjikc city, Ark., as guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. n. v. Fletcher. They ro- FIRST and ALWAYS at HOTEL MELBOURNE *A nights rest that's peaceful and refresKng-a pleasant atmosphere in the lobby-the warm glow that good food brings- the pleasant reaction that tow prices give • these are the things tnat make the Melbourne the choice of every experienced traveler, J.K.BRYAN Mtnagti ST. LOUIS 40O ROOMS WITH BATH UNDELl.filVtX ntSRAKOAVE. R. Reid.-' A. reading, welcoming Mrs. Ethel Held, Incoming worthy matron,- was given by Mrs. Lucy B. Miller. ' In addition to • the members of the Rainbow Girls' Assembly, j»nd other local visitors, the following out-of-town visitors were here: .Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Tucker of Mo- nettc; W. J. Sykes of Jackson, Tenn.; Mrs.- Woodall of Hazeri. Dr. E. R. Began of Luxor'a was the installing •fficer for the. newly elected Masonic officer^: .L. J. Smith, worshipful master; J. T. Coston, senior warden; Aubrey Cowan, junior warden; J. B. Bunn, treasurer; Leo Schreick, secretary; E. R. Smith, senior deacon; Dr. George Cone, junior dea- son; H. J.^Hale, truslee. At the Hospitals Mrs. J. C. Thornton, of Dell, taken to the Memphis Baptist has pital yesterday In a Ha mm am bulance. Mrs. J. W. Wright is a patlcn In the Baptist hospital hi Mem phis. • Head Courier Nem Wmt Ad» Holds Fire Cracker Too Long and Loses Finger The ten-year-old son of Willford Thompson, of near Manila, lost a part of one finger and Inis a severely injured hand because he shot off a fire cracker in his hand last night. The lad held the fire cracker In his hand and stuffed a lighted match into it, thinking It was a Roman candle, he said. When the fire crackw exploded it blew off the end of one finger anil bursted the palm of his hand. The Occident occurred on the, school bus, on which the lad was riding. He was brought to ihe Blytheville hospital where a part of the finger was amputated nncl he was Inter returned to his home. A p-rench shepherd left his black bread and milk In a cave some 200 years ago. Returning a fortnight later, he found that It. had turned into what is known as Roquefort cheese. Hits variety of cheese Is still made In that manner. me Courier News want ads. ^Baby's Cold PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS OUR COMPLETE SERVICE Insures Your. Satisfaction * PRESTONE * RADIOS * HEATERS * DEFROSTERS * TIRE CHAINS PROTECT YOUR CAR AGAINST WINTER 24 Hour Service TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Cat! 633 ARKANSAS & MISSOURI FARM & CITY LOANS Low Interest Rates Easy Payments-Long Terms Fastest closing service of any mortgage loan company doing business in these states. FLORIDA BROS. & CO. Life Insurance . - Fire Insurance Investment Securities OSCEOLA, ARK. PAGE THBEE ""d home Sunday „. William Slinmskl of St. spent Christmas Day In this ciiv vllli his parents, Mr, and Mrs. nil c >iBinskl and his sister, Mrs. 1*0 Wolf and Mr. Wolf. Mr. Shnmskl eturned to St. I/nils Sunday even- Ml.w CJaiidlne Duvls, who sucnl hu holidays wllh her mother, Mrs, Jlhel Davis ol llrnggadoulo. left movulius for si. l.ouis vhcrc slie will spend several dnys vllli relatives. From there Miss V)«- >'ls will go to New York City where she Is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Joe WyalL and son, Tony, spent the Christinas holidays In cnmplwll. Mo. They vlslled wllh Mr. mid Mrs, Esco Wyalt and Mr. and Mrs. Ijcs Ilop- dns. They returned homo Monday morning. Gerald Broderlck, a student In the Kansas City School of Pharma- ly, arrived Tlmrsday of list week and visited with his father, T. F. Broderlck of Ihls city, and wllh relatives In Steelc. He hilt Tuesday to return to school, lillly Jnck Duvls, -small son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Davis, Is much Improved. He was returned from a Memphis liaspllnl last Thursday. E. H. Musunivc at St. Ixmls spent Ihe Chrl.itmn.i vacation here with hi family. Boolsy Stone of Olive Branch, Miss., spent Chrlstnms here wllh Mr. and Mrs, Waller Sides am' family. Mr. stone Is a nephew of Mrs. Sides. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Puckett ,lcfl Sunday for their home at Mexico, Mo., after spending the Christmas holidays with Nfr. nnd Mm, Fred WJlJIiiins of this, city, unit Mrs. Kiwreiico I'ncketl al - l'nni(<oulil, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. j. o. Hill and son, Joe, returned Mouilny inornlnu from Memphis where they had spent Christmas with relatives. They were nccoiiipntilcil homo by Mrs, A, Hlldcn and Nonnn Sholton, who will spend wveml diiys here, Mr. and Mrs. I'nid Howard unit children li'ft suiidiiy nftvrnuoii for IX'XU'i', Mo., niter t>|)i'iidlnjr Ihe holidays wllh her imrenls. Mr, nnd Mrs. A, T. Itontoit. 1'hlllp Asher of Washhislon, ». C., arrlve<l Prliliiy, uud will upend sevei-jil days with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, John w. Aslicp nnd daughter, Miss Petty, Bob, Mike tind lillly Alien uorscy stwnt, the Christmas holidays here ' ill Mr. nml Mrs, Uouls Schnllj;. They left Wednesday for Jolfenon City, Mo., where they will some 1 llnii' with llielr uriii before reluming to school The Rev. Wuyno oniy sponl HID Chi-lsliiins vacntloii wllh hLi piir- cnU at Tutwllpr. Miss. Miss Vlrgliilu 1'oal, who is cm- I'loyod in .lollurson oily. Mo., spent the Chrlstiiws variillon wllh her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Pen). Sho loll Sunday morning for tho return trip. Mr. nnd Mrs. George (,llllc of Memphis spent several days here Ihe Inller part o( the week, vlsllliig will! friends. They, also visited with Mr. and Mr.*!. Norbet SpniiKllng al I'ortage.vlllfi, Mo. Mr. and Mrs, I'at 1'atlerson and 'lilldrcn of Minimum, Avk., silent 'Jhrlslmns here with Mr. nnd Mrs. John CUuldy. Mr. I'alliiifion'r, parts from Morley, Mo., sjxnil Olirlsl- iins Dny here wllh Hie Qiiddy fiim- iy. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wllkerson of Memphis spent Christmas here with Wends i\ud relatives nt Kiagga- doclo. Ally. Roy !lai|x>r of this city ami Ncwberry Johiispu of St«clc, letl flundfiy for C/isiideim. Ciillf,, where they will ntteiKl tho Hose Bowl football gnmo. Mr, Harper will ai- 'tid to business (.'iiroute, Mr.'uiitl Mrs. Uoyd JWgera spent Christmas with relatives In Ulllu liock, Ark. 'nicy rcltirncil homo Winiday evening. Mrs. Harold I'oplmm relurncd Monday UVOIIIIIK from Memphis wlioro sho Imd been for the paH two <lay.t wltji her father, 1'iirkor fJlchola/ Mr. Nlehols underwent an operation In a Memphis hospital Sunday. Ur. O. O, Castles spent ohrlslmns wllh relatives In Memphis, . . Mr. nnd Mrs, Fred lirowii Sj«ul lhi> Chrlslmiis holldnys «llh r«la- tlves at 5\'stus, Mo, They relumed homo Sunday ovenlng. Mr. mid Mrs. ll.'B. Smith Imd as tholr guests during tho holldnys Ihe Misses Wlhmi, Lillian and Mildred Heaii of Nashville, Toiuv., nnd Miss Vi.'ra Ionise Colcinaii of fimynia, Teim.' Tlio Misses are nieces ol Mr. Smith. Hull man News W, A, I'arlram, Mr. and Mm. Vcr- noii Merrill nnd Misses Virginia mid Elizabeth Merrill vlslled reln- livi's near C'ovlngloii, 'ivnn., lust . week. Miss June Wliltehm-sl, of SI. ilouls. Is visiting rcliillvcj! here. I Mrs. Anuli) Stokes nnd ron, John, nvo vIsHlnn In Ncwbui'n, Trim, Mrs. Amm Haslelt, of Memphis, upont Chrlsluuis here with her parents, Mr. nml Mrs, John Hogiin, and Mr. and Mrs, I'Mdlo and family. Hubert Utley's Service Station and Cafe 24 HOUR SERVICE OLD MR.BOSTON SAYS: Pliillips "66" Gas 1 01 1;O2C Tax Paid All Lending Br»nd« of Kecr, ' Mquorj Wine, Oln «nd «:ordlatj. Cigarettes, 2 Pkgs. 25c, $1.15' Carton Highway 61— Holland, Mo. Tills is the season for gaiety and ' goixl fellowship— and whiskey mellow in taste and distin- Kuished in flavor! As my con- tribiition to the general jollity, I offer you excellent whiskeys- whiskeys most -pleasing to the pa I ate and most satisfying. Here* is a rare union of mildness and full-bodied bouquet. Drink a toast, Sirs, to the happiest of holiday times! 90 PROOF DOWN COMES THE AX! into next year! It's smarter (o sacrifice Cwluy than lulc'r! Thnt's why we've slaahtd prices (in highly seasonable jroods that you can use right now! We've hail no' mercv. on broken assortments, incomplete si/.c ranges, nnd odds nnd ends! Closed all dav Saturday, January 1—Watch for our White Goods Event Starting January 3rd Men's & Boys' Leather Jackets $3.00 Fancy Backs—zipper fronts. flu Ornlns, Black or Brown. Men's Heavy Onions , 59c pr. Heavy weight ribbed Unions, ecru or white. AH sizes. Men's Work Socks 4cpr. Medium weight In solid colors. All sizes. Men's & Boys' Melton Jackets $2.00 All wool, fancy 32 or., zipper fronts—Fancy backs. Children's Playsuits 39e Heavy weight. Hickory stripe 4 pockets, sizes 0 to 8.- Men's Wool Dress Pants $1.88 New styles, new woolens, reduced to one large group. TOYS ft only STEEL WAGONS 73 1C 7 Only Streamlined STEEL WAGONS :! Only—1 to I! yr. TRICYCLES ladles' Hats 44c Regardless of [ormer price, reduced for u quick sell -jut. 5 4 Only—3 to G yr. TRICYCLES 2 Only—4 to 8 yr. TRICYCLES 7 Only High Quality DOLLS _ 5 Only Heller DOLLS 2 Only Red FORD AUTOS $2 1.88 •« Only Table & CHAIR SETS 2 Only ROCKING HORSES 2 Only 15 l>c. TRAINS 2 Only DOLL REDS 78 C 1 Only ROCKING HORSE .38 PENNEY'S J. .C. PENNEY COMPANY, Inc. 100 Pair Women's Shoes $1.37 Odd lots and broken sizes of high priced shoes. Children's Coats $2.88 Sjze 2 to 10 nil wool in new colors and styles. ' Curtain Scrim 3c yd. 1 to 5 yd. lenglbs. Be here early. Coats $3.88 13 to go nt (Ills low prfce. Remarked from lilglier price KnKIIng- Yarns 8c Close out of high priced yarns. Good colors. tactics' Silk Dresses $2.44 23 to go at this low price. Reduced tor quick selling. • 13 Ladies' Coals $6.88 Pur trimmed and sport styles. Out they go A STRAIGHT WHISKEY The limestone waters of Old Kentucky have mingled with sun-ripe corn to give you this magnificent, zestful Bourbon in the blue grass tradition. And to those who prefer Rye, I present Maryland Rye and Pennsylvania Rye Whiskeys—both 90 Proof-in all their native richness. 100 PROOF BOURBON A STRAIGHT WHISKir Fie re's * spleadij, full- proof whiskey, robust and pleasant to uste.'It gives you 2 extra highballs to ihe pint because you use lesj. I offer an equally fine 100 Prooj Rye, for those who prefer it. ROCKING CHAIR BLINDED WHISKEY PENNEY'S J. C. PKNNEY COMPANY, Inc. ' Mwtraf PROOF This smoothly hospi- ubie bind recalli the old New EbgUod K* capnirn who rocked their whisk«fy« lo bring out the full, true flavor. OLD r ' MUBOSTON FINE WHISKEYS INC. . WSTON, MAM,

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