The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 4, 1938 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 4, 1938
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BLYTHEVILLR (AUK.) . N.VS. TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Wednesday club meets \\llh Mrs. A Cunlilne'iam. 'uilbury P. T A executive board .illng nl school at 2 30 o'clock; lilar meeting at 3 o'clock THTJKSSUAVS KVENTS Irs B A Lvnch having ek Bildge club president of (lie Women's nvy Society of the First Metiiodlsl church, was in charge of the first business meeting of Uie ycnr held Moiflny nftcrnoon nt the church. Mrs. IT. Lynn Wade led the de- 'ijruyuj tutu wiio. vxu«>- r-.-" _ — scripture lesson. Plans were made for the officers of the soclely to attend the Officers' Coaching Day to be held in, Joncsboro Thursday. After the business session Mrs. W. L. Green dismissed the mtcUng. The next meclliiK will l>c held votloiml, aft" which thn com were nnnounccd for the ».«; ••"•- , » Monday, January 10, at the ueTcirclc'tdc^d,™^ S' —n ac" n^VKtew. , illar Society of the Chuich of |b5I . s for ti, eu . vnrlous circles. The | Immaculate Conception hay- mc . n iijers of the society voted to Bingo . pally al the Catholic con timic the calendar hind during with Mr. and Mrs. George Shamlin and Mr. ana Mrs. C. T. Shamlln and families. Mrs. J. P. Walker, of I'onllac, Mich., who has been the uucsl ° [ her claUBhtcr; Mrs. C. G. Rcdmon, and family, for a week has rc- tuniecl liomc. Miss Pally Shimc hus rclurund to Poiujhkecpsle, N. Y., where . - -~--~| flltrnda Vassal' college, after Bits of News Mostly Personal spending ihe holidays nl home. Miss Maltha Ann Lynch lias ic i turned lo St. Louis, where she i /a student at Washington University, after having spent the holidays al home. •Edgar Umiun and Mrs. lloriim's mid Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Southern have returned from a visit wllh friends and rclallves at Ft. Myers, Fin. Mrs. Harold Stourd and children, of Ft. Smith, Ark., have been Wests of her mother, Mrs. Katie Laden, for several days. Mrs. L. W. Turner and so:i V.'llie, of Marlon, 111., spent the latter part of the week at Holland as yucsts of Mr. and Mrs Bud Dales. I jr. nnd Mrs. L. E. Cooper and I, at 8:00 p. m. Mrs. Joe Keuter i'Mrs. Gerald Henley hostesses, rhursday Luncheon cliib meets | the year, before Hie meeting was adjourned. ul Buckley Weds Mrs. Ilussell Phillips. | hursday Contract club mecls W. M. U. His !•"« i Mrs. G. G. Caudlll. | Mitlirj of Year nuredav Bridge-oiub meets with in the regular meeting of he Lov Welch I Woman's Missionary Union o lhc *__!_:___ 'First Baptist Church held Monday afternoon at the church lhc new officers were elected, Mrs, H. i">-.r Trv-uu H Brooks Incoming president, was Fnvvpql Cilv Gill in charge, nnd led the devotional. I Oliest Uly Y", m which all members participated liss Arlene Sangsler, of Mem- h uh word{ . ot lhc 5 ., and Paul A. Buckley, of Ely- ^8,' b , 88B to tlu , present 'vllle and'Memphis,'were mttr ,,„.,. " ; " five " ~ nc riles I The following officers were elccl.- iv R S led: circle one—Mrs. Leslie Moore, 1 -- • T. Clear, co- - Mi Aid to M«cl The Jewish Aid society will have ft meeting Thursday night, eight o'clock, nt tho home of Mrs. Hyman Kurtz, of Luxora, when Mrs. Abe: Livcrant will be co-hostess. Important business Is to be taken Up, 11 hns been announced. Mrs. ,J. H. Elklns and Mr. Um. He returned home Bnturitv Dodd spent the week ond molhcT, Mrs. Mary a« . „. i Greene's molhcr, have Joc . . . . aon> L. E. jr., returned home Sunday after n ten day visit wllh Dr. T. S. Cooper in Fl. Myers. f»- I,. E. Jr. left ye-i.crday to resume his .school work at Vnndcr- bilt. University in Nashville, Tcnn Mrs. Lulu Staller and nephew week's visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Cluster Taylor. Herman Hopper, Jack Travis and Mr. and Mis. Virgil Pullem mid baby will leave tomorrow for their home In Detroit, Mich., nf- ter a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hopper, of Tyler. Mrs. Charles Ltmnaugh, of Lilbourn, is spending tnc week here Mr. and Mrs. Jess Welngfielc and family relumed Sunday nlgnt after a two weeks visit with relatives in Arkadelphia, Ark., ant Del Hlo Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Norford Jone have returned home after a vtsi 666 liquid, Tablets Balve, Nose Drops checks COLDS and FEVER first day Heidachr, 30 minute*. Try '•Rub~My-Tlsm"-Worid's Bat , M G , f , ntl | nmi| ,o" I1H| Tll Br ^ vel| y cs ic,day. orme. , . . pastor of the Methodist chairman, Mrs. A. in .Forrest City,, at the chainua.^ Wilson Society ~ Personal at Trenton, Term., wllh his hlolh-! ci'. Miss Charles JoiifB Just returned from spending the ChfWmai holidays wllh Mrs. J. Leslie Halol a'. Atlr.nta, cia. \ Mr. and Mrs, Ted King arc vIS- iltlng .in Talluudi, La., with vtlaV lives. They will lie away n week. Miss Mary Eurlce Lftysoli returned yesterday afternoon to Nevada. Mo., where Coltcy college. Steelc-Cooter Holland Society-—Personal with relatives In Arkadelphia an other points of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace MeCol lum left Sunday for their horn mrs mm aiuui-i ">"• --I ------ • of Memphis have teen visiting j n Kirksvillc alter spending the ..... "" ----------- Liniment . aHcnd hih shcl in Pine'.«a,l, Mlu Cordelia Wllhltc sec- r? and Arkansas State, teach- , retary-lreasurcr, Mrs. John B ich- Colle'e in COnvray, and is cm- anan, chairman of circle three, lyed by' he General, Contract Mrs. S.. H. Hood, co-chairman, Mrs. pipany, i. Memphis. The bride Leslie Shepherd secrctury-.reasur- fc as reel length dress of royal or; Mrs. Roy Head, chalrmnu of 1$ 'Velvet , and R black turban , circle four, Mrs. Theodore Logan, trVa short veil. Her other acces- co-chairman, Mrs. Alvin HufT. a , * • ILkllllttU l(Wm nvl UVOIIU*. UrtAl, — Ark., where they spent the Week The Baptist W. M. S. held Us CM d w lth relatives, rcpular mcclln* Monday nfler- D g ^ nMv Ilil5 returned from noon at Ihe home of Mrs. O. M. E lam|> Ark wherc he was wl(|l lilll. at Minie. following Ihe m.v- h , s fBtl]er wl|o WM lllj|lre( , in an incss scwlon. a farewell parly find al|lomoblle accWcl ,i. Hi s father was handkerchief shower was glvuv SQ muc]i imp ,. OVC( | that Mr j^-,^ for Mrs. Frank A. Roberts am lrlj) rcturncd homc yesterday, her mother, Mrs. Dolan, wl»o v, m M E Craw[onl alK , ,| auB i,tcr, leave BOOH to make their homo M|ss Pl . ekta lcft , yesterdny '— .. , , HOLLAND, Mo.—Announcement ueinooi W hnn hcen mndc of lhc WC i U |iii B she attendsK IIBS M Virginia Capehart i.iwy toni-Bir. •. tJaliBlilcv of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Mr. and Mrs. Oliver W. Coppedge Gapcharl, of Holland, and Mr. Hand sons, Oliver and Pride, have H | 5 E. Holmes Jr.. of Marion. III. relumed from Horseshoe occurcd in Cftruthcr.s 11 Saturday at Ihe home cr the olTlclallng minister, Rev Hobprt li. Gray, pilslbr of il'.' Prcsbylcrlnn cluirch. The attend ai'.t.s wcrp Mis:; Oline Booker n Mrs. Ktatlcr's brother. Henry How : ell. ann family for the past two weeks. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ua Fuller and S. A. Burns left yesterday for Grccu- wny. Ark., wherc they will make liclr home on a, farm bought r>y Mi'. Fuller. I Mrs, Joc llusspll in hnproving iflcr n week's Illness and plans, (o leave tomorrow evening for. an extended visit wllh her mother, Mrs. Ed Crice, and family, of Detroit, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Powell and daughter Jerry ol Memphis visited relatives here over the week- holidays here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Curry Allbritton arc visiting In Pine Blud and Hot Springs, Ark. Scout News Boys ' Girls Troop 36 of Ilic Boy Scouts had its regular meeting at the social hall "of the Christian church Mrs, Ira Ward and son of Pain..".^^"'^^ ton, Mo., were here the alter n.nt admitted: Joe Evrard. ol the week to attend the funeral ^- T _ „„„„„ Hnj , pr nabcock. Mur- Holland. In Memphis. foi- Presfio, Calif., where they will several weeks. lies were also in black, and she Ife a shoulder coi'sage of gar- talas. -. Buckley is the son of Mr. Id.'Mrs. A, L. Buckley, formerly here and now ot Memphis. Hc euded school here and in Pine ,- and is employed by the J. .-ifHally -Collon Company, work- g'-hcre and in Memphis. Trio only attendants at the \ved- \g~. were. Mr. and Mrs. Robin Idpte, of Memphis, •After .the ceremony Mr. and Mrs ucklcy "were ; the guests of honor t '••-. "uppsr party given by Mr |id ' Mrs. Moore at iiielr home In irhphis. ...... Mr. ar.d Mra. Buckley are mak g' their home, at 775 Rowland lemphis. They were guests o I.v.ani Mrs. "Eari Buckley her IsC'ntaht en route- liome from Vfegc-uld,' where they were guests ^'a partv gi\cn by Mr and Mrs , . secretary-lreasurer; Mrs. Ney Hunt, chairman of circle five, Mrs. Arch Liildsey, co-cliainnaii, Airs. Ted clng, tccretary -treasurer. Mrs. Jess Senman Is (hq clinlr- ian of the social committee, Mrs, E. B. Woodsoii. personal service ommlttee, Mrs. R. H. Smiill, stewardship, Mrs. MuVrny Smart, mis- ion study, and Mrs. C. G. Hires, nibllcity. I. i h |JUIlu fiuvmiu Wti-Aa. Mrc. Henry . Goldman -vlskc< Snnl T Hnl .,iin, formerly of here Mrs. D. N. Morris at the Baptist nnd noW of jjrogHnnd^ llcav jorics- hcspltnl in Memphis Sunday. Mrs. lx)ro> spent yesterday in the city. Morris returned home Monday.) Mr6 G E Kci , k mld Mrs jjenry She recently underwent n minor }i umnm . C y vvcr e in Memphis yes- operation. Icrday with Mrs. Edgar Borum and Mrs. Marie Wilson Howcll will d aU g)Uer, MI SS Mary Elizabeth, who Irnvc tonight for her home in Mi- underwent an operation for gppcn- ' Fla., aflcr r.pendln" several t |i c l(is at the Methodist hospital. , weeks with E. L. Wilton, Si'. molhcr, Mrs. 1! I.HIIi) Theater To Meet Thursday The Little Theater Floyd Smlili Elcclc. and Mrs. K. Hudson, of Peach Orchard, and Bob O'Neal of Marion, III. The bride wore a brown crepe dress with while accessories, immediately alter the ceremony they left for Marina 111., where they will make Ihcii home. The bride is one of the mor, popular ycling ladies of Sout'i Missouri. After graduatm? of little Marjoric Bell Wells. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Tufna-je lave returned to their home in Lltttc Rock after a visit licre with .•elalivcs. Miss Dorothy Harris, of Cooler, and Herman StrifT, of Dycrsbuvg, Tchii., spent Wilson, Ark. latter's ... gtrald, and Mr. Fitzgerald. Miss Virgle Travis, of Parma, spent Sunday here as guest of M. L. Bunlili. Roger Babcock, Murray Phillips, Dick Wilson and Jiimnic Parks. J. A. Puckctt is counsellor of this troop. last week end as guests of the latter's sister, Mrs. Frank Fltz- The heiress of the crown of the kingdom of the Netherlands, Princess Juliana, is a redhead. Duro Sheets Priced for Smingt! 59c group will V H \JA1 l\ gll til *JJ i' 1 * »...M L, McHane), formerly of hire hd now of PdiagoiUd * • * hodfct Women Did-Business Session iMrs. Fred Hanna, have its first meeting since the holidays on Thursday night. 7:30 c'ci:;k, at the city hall. Plans for n production,-; to be presented this spring, will lie made. lake Slreet McthoiUst ; ' : Women Have Meeting The Woman's Missionary Society of. Ihe ..Lake Street Methodist church hid its ic^ular business At the Hospitals Miss Mabel Hojah underwent an operation for appendicitis last night at tho Blylhcville hospital. W. T. sliclton was removed from the Blylheville hospltnl to his home today In a Holt ambulance. Mrs. Joc Lafforty, of Carulhers- vtlie, Is a patient at the 3t. Joseph's hospital, Memphis. - Mrs. Walter pcrmcnter, of Lux- ibr.t. hiis ueoVi admfttcd to the Memphis Baptist hospital. Polish Literature Gathered . IbLEDO (UP)— The Toledo Pul)''11= library owns one ot : the most Her condition is excellent and she will probably be able lo return home Ihe last of tlie week. The condition o! Mrs. M. E, llnynes, who Is seriously ill at tile home of her daughter. Mrs. c. J. Cox. is unchanged today. Mr. and Mrs. H. L, Moullrlc, of Flint, Mich., who have been the pliests of Mrs. MouHrle's sister, Mrs. George Shamlln. and family, returned to their home yesterday. Miss Leah Davis spent yesterday here with Mrs, Earl Buckler on route io Nashville. Tenn., where I she will attend fen body college, from Colorado Springs, Colo. Mrs.''H. 0. Smith, of ft-eneli Gampl Miss., arrived Sunday tb he lhc guest of her daughter, Mrs. c. She LlllllT^l 4>«M ->~ '~ "'"• «...T,.,^"J 1,^ ..~....J -- meetmB Monday nttcmoqn when Kccmnlele collections of Polish lit • Mis.| E rature hi Americn. The Lagrniigc- ivam, 'Ccntrnl branch In the liearl of the the taken from' the World 'outlook, '.'polish language dlstiiot new I Mrs. W. J. Logan led the opening ^jnost of the books. frbm Holland lilgn s r :iiool ... sho lias teen nvsisling her fitlhcr in his store here. , The bridegroom is the BOH of ML, nnd Mm. Finis E. Holniis Hr. I'voiiiincnt rcsidcn'.s of Mario:. 1 He grnduntcd from the Marion high in IfKi't .xnil since that time has been nr.s!s r Ji'.r his father, who Is a con.riciior lor the IV'iM'J-ell Coiialni':'i-u Co. ' Aniioimcenicnt ,vas mndc | over, liie veck end of the nmrriagr of Mrs. Ruth Ray Willinms til Mr. X.'a.l Gunn which occurred in H'.e cnrly part of December. Tlie bride In the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. •J. A. Ray, of near Steele. She 'graduated from the Tyronzn hl3h| school in 1932 and at the lime of k hcr marriage was employed ns 'tflnkkccper for tho Pcmiscot glh. •family "'" ' \ ' P 10 bridcg'roum is owner ar.'d • i Mr.-and Mrs. Ben White have as operator of a slice shop, linviiiB their guest Mr. white's sister. Mrs. come here three years ngo from Kenneth Morris, of Maiden, Mo. |-Jackson. I rim. They have cs.ab- Mr anil Mrs. C. T. Slmiriltn jr., Usheci. their home on Garland Avc — and Mrs. T. N. Briggance came especially lo sec :iei broihcr. Jack Travis of Detroit Mich, who Is visiting here. Allied Pounds, of Detroit, i visiting ilia parents near Cootc lor several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Jones returned to their home in Dyers- \ liurg, Tcnn., Saturday after W\W— full double bed size! Sturdily, yet smooth- ;ly woven — they've strong • selvages! The more you buy, the more you save! PENNEY'S TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY For Rent , 4 or 6 room modem house in Sudbury School District. Phone 178. •HHRIIAYK YOlJIt: PHOTOGRAPH MADE NOW Satisfactory Wolk Low I'riccs SOUTHWORTH Over JOP Isaacs'; Hemorrhoids-Piles CURED WITHOUT SURGERY & GUARANTEKU Sure, sure and tilth less dlscomibrl. AH flistascs and conaitions of nervous origin, foot ailments and skin cancers treated and rnred at bur clinic. DRS. NIES & NIES ' CHIeopalhlo Physicians Sit Main Phone 08 Bljlhevlllc, Ark. Everything for your entei* tainmcnt and comfort. TOHiUriT THEY MSK THHft UVtt pftonet YOUHSI SHE LOVED A nouses have returned to their home in at. hi felccle. Louis after spending the holidaysj^Mr. and Mrs. Waller Thompson I^T"-" -f .,* s* Jv* f^ «'1' Bob Cooper —tobacco auctioneer —tells why he, and other tobacco experts, prefer Luclcies... "I've been auctioneering for 20 years," sftys Mr. Cooper, "in Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee.,. ami I've seen the tobacco Lucky Strike buys at auction after auction. It's the best in smoking quality. "Luckics suit my throat, too, as well as my taste. Even after crying out bids 7 hours a day, Luckics, never bother my throat in the least." (Reason: the exclusive "Toasting" process expels certain irritants found in nil tobacco.) "Jn every section of the Tobacco Belt where I auctioneer,"Mr.Coopcnukls.'Tvc noticed tobacco men smoking Luckies." Arc you benefiting by the experience of tlie tobacco experts?. • • Sworn records show that among independent tobacco experts, Luckics have twice, yes— twice, as many exclusive smokers as have all other cigarettes combined. Miss Whttsitt's Shop JANUARY Also Selccltd shorts; Weds. - Ihurs. ol' nil i-cmniiiing belter Fall and Winter fashions reduced 50'.i (just imasjine) '/•; pi'icc. You can gel' « §80.00 Coat ov Dress for S15.UO. A $10.00 Dress or Coat for ?5.00. Tliis is our oiic big sale whci'e cost is i'orgotta 1 ! so \vc are oft'orinp lo you our beautiful stock of day lime dresses and-all and sport coats FOR 1-2 PRICE ALSO INCiMIDItt). ONB HACK OK DKKSStiS (VALUES l'I> TO $1(5.75.) $2.95 ONK HACK'OK DRESSES (VALUES UP * $4.95 s tctMM fn k, of o«of srtvtNS. cr../. f. G. WaMcuit, Er.-rH festne. S. K. iswf. f _ ^Isn 1-aramount News & Comedy ALSO A FULL REEL OF Tilt "KOMBING OF THE V. S. S. FANAY." Admissicn Slalincc 10c & 26c Admisrion Night 16c & 38o THIS SM,K ALSO INCLUDES THE ANNUM. SALK OK KALI. AND WINTER MILLINERY 2 Tables of Hats at ......................................... $1.00 1 Group of Hats at ......................................... $1.95 ROXY Admission Always 19e * Z6c Sho* every night. Matinees Kri- day, S»torday A Sunday Only. Friday * Sunday Matinees start 2(15 p.m. Saturday CoitimiOBS showing from 1 to II: W »•*>• NiShl shows slart 6:45 p.m. ITH MEN WHO KHOW TOBACCO BIST-IT'|lWCIESf S WHITSIIT'S Every sale final, no exchange or refunds. Small charge f()r.,i»llera(ions. , Tlie. • Wed. -Thur. PAL NIGHTS! J Adults Admitted for Tric« ol 1 Knlph Morgan & Kay •. Lin- akcr in The Outer Gate 1 Also

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