The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1934 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR ere Le Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's club lo have dunce lor •high"school set. Mrs. Walker H. Baker and Mrs. W. D. Cliambltn having bridge luncheon at Chnmblin home. W. M. U. First Baptist church having executive board ..meeting, 2:30 p. in. at liome of Mis. W. M. \Vllllnms on Kentucky. SATURDAY'S RVENTS Children of Confederacy meet- Ing with Miss Nina Barnes, 2:30 spend the weekend in Columbus, guest of Mr. and Mrs, c. G lied man, Mrs. if. i. ailmoic, Mrs, Marlln A. Hose, and Mrs. White law of Cape GiMidcuu, Mo., giie* of her daughter. Mrs. J. E. Parker and Mr. J'nrkcr. • • * Ambassadors Meet, The Christ Ambassudors ot tin Given 'liirllulay Part)The young people ot (he First Church of the Nnsniretip .surprised Mrs. Jhnmle Smohtcrman with- a party last evening at the home 'ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. c. • Crhicr, because it was licr birthday. There were 18 present. The Hallowe'en^ Idea was carried out hi Die decorations and games. . Mis. diner was assisted by Mrs! . tee Duncan in serving an ice course with cake and fruit punch. Blusic Cluli Reorganizes Members of the McDowell Music ^ club, . composed' of pupils 'of Miss , ( Minnie Lcc Jones, met 'at her u studio Wednesday aftcrnooj) lor * the reoiganballon of the club. " These officeu, were named: Na_. -Oina Pinkston, .president; Rnby Nell Ogle, vice president; Jcanetta „ ,...,„„ -WMMUJ.-) Ul llll Assembly of God church met Sun day evening «'ith 33 present. Instead of ihn scheduled 'exam. Illation: on Luke, Nathan Carter o Memphis gave an Interesting discussion on "Seeking aort First." The class had us visitors from Memphis Miss Anna.Mac Hlcksoi Mr, Jlfekson, nnd Mr. mid Mr; ' For next Sunday MIC- class will tnke an examination on Luke. All young people are Invited to attend this service each Sunday cvcnltii- nt 0:45 p.m. Shower Given I'm- 'wo Urcenl llridcs Mrs. Lewis liaiiKlier entciiainod twenty nine guests at her home a Lost Cane, wllh n shower complimenting two recent brides Mrs Jnck Fincbi'r \vlio was Miss liri Tosh, and Mrs. cico Wren who was Miss Helen Tomlnson. The glfls were found by the brides who roliowcd ribbons, which were placed over lhe house. After several j^ Jenn Scbaueli,'secretary and trcas"- u urer. Nc\t month's mccllnj; with Elolsc Barnes. IJB Armorel Girl Scouts Klccl Ofil Scout troop of the Armorel school has been organized ix,r.,,i., for the school 50 ar with Miss " Clarice Kenned) continuing as • scorn leader and ,Mrs. Charles c Ciigger j r , as lieutenant. Other officers are: Miss Jewel Mnnes, secretmy, Miss Imogene Smith, tieasuicr, Miss Ann Rlrtcn- , 111( i our, scribe, Misses Mildred Endes a, Luclle Abbot and burls Ilnrrison pairol leaders.' , - r. K O. Has A 1-iiJicheon Meeting 1 hM J.A w -_" 01 M erm '" MM. Co, Chester . R. Babcock enlerlalncd the p n O chapetr with a Imich• con yesterday at the Habcocl- rawie. There wcie 14 present.-For the proginin which followed Mrs. J. E. CiHi discussed "Government Aeronautics " * a a ^ -..-'Club,Has Guist '' Mrs Fred Rutherford was 'a e«cst of the young Matrons Bridge club in Use weekly party Tuesday afternoon when Mrs.-Mas B. field was hostess. .= • Mrs Mm-iay Smart won the prize, n manicure set. A salad coinse was served with not. rolls and coffee. * * * t'oniiiliiiteiil New Members, Visitors Members of the woman's missionary society ot the First Methodist church, who have become affiliated with the group in the Past year, and several visitors were of hoiioi at' a meeting Monday afternoon at tl >0 church Forty-four nl tended. Mrs. c. G. Redman presented the program on • Rural Comniunllles of Negroes' in which Mrs James H1 " J' • 5 P«^<-' of the religions side and Mis J E Cntz ga\c the cdu- cationn) vlwe point Mrs L. E Tull brought greetings to the guests of honor and Mis Slunrt H Salmon plajed a \lolin selection In a business sessldn plans were made for n zone meeting at the diuich Wednesday ot next week when Mrs Gus Ebcrdt, of nurd- cite, -will be in charge. Ten surrounding towns arc included in this zone. The hostesses, Mines R p rad- dison, c G Redman j R Turner „ „ DlAlllso ». Y B Turivr, c H. Grear, Alice Lee nnd II. • A' Taylor served refreslnnciite Special visitors weic Mrs E J Hcri " 1 '"' of Hiawatha, Kan hou'sc- Shiveri with Chilis Burning with Fever Sare Relief f Qr Malaria! .Don't try homemade treatments or newfangled remedies' lake (ha' good old Grove's Tasteless Cl-ili Tonic Soon sou win be joursclt again, for Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic not only relieves the S vmn- toms of Malaria, but dcstrovs the infection itself The tasteless quinine in Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic kills the Malarial Infection in lhe blood fthlle the Iron It contains builo's up the blood to ourcome the el- «cts of the disease and fortify against lurther Etlack The twofold effect Is absolutcls necessary to the overcoming of Malaria. B-sides being a dependable remedy for Malaria, Glove's Tasteless Chiil Tonic Is also an excellent tonic of general use.-Pleasant to take nnd, absolutely harmless Safe lo •?ive children Get a bottle today at any r>rilg store. Now two sizes—sbc and f 1. The" $1 size* contains 2K times as much as the 50c sire .and gives jou ¥><*-. more for %our monej. ' . era entertaining games, the guests wero served chicken salad hot chocolate. Out of town ouesls were; Mrs - Moore, urnndmothei- of Mrs. ior; Mrs. E. p. Moore, aunt o' Mrs. E. E. ' abridge; 'Mrs.^Enr i. Edgar Cobb; Mra Carl nil of Blyllievlllc. 1 ' « to Welcome J'aslnr will 'join inc'nii ciiurcli for a dinner (he . crt Iholr hvo sons, Halpli and nc wllh each tnkliij; n lunch ''he .Rev, Mr. liutlcrworlh Ls the "«' Pastor of tbeso churches! r .eel "' ccl 1'. V. Junior The ^Mississippi County "in JntcMiiedlate u V p ij n ~ ioclidlo'ii will meet at' the ' Deli tel.tl.sl chm'dl, 01, S, m(ta y, oct on'nrt t T " C ! tlCCtl " S WllS lonecl -from Octoljci- t>fflcci ' writlen Miss Winnie Virgil Turner n Brownsville, Tenii., yes or brief slay with relatives. Miss Carolyn Haley will go to Manila where she is to resume her teacher in the school .1 Mrs. JI. C. Buck, ol ',?, »,. oon ' s110 ' 1 Ivlol! 'lnj l Jn Sen- _. llctis of Memphis nance of Miss Jane Buck, was railed to Tusciunbia, Ala last > Bhl by the death of ,«, !umt . jj c will rcliirn licre Saturday for the vcekcnd. C. W. Afflick and B. A. Lynch 're nttonrtliiE to business in st Louis. They will return tomorrow ' " and Mrs. D. C. McLean will vovl: as here. Miss., where they will visit their daughter, Miss Ellcaliclli/ who Is-a sludcnt at M. S. a. W. The Hev. Stuart H. Salmon and W. If. Eiisk'y ivlll go to Kl fJcinido tomorrow for a mcjtlni; of J'res- bytery. They will be accompanied by Mr. ijajslcy'it daughter, lictty Jane, who will visit her yrand- molhcp in Kordyce, Ark. Mrs. Walter C'utcs, who has b;en _iltc III [oe several days. Is improving. Mrs,,<G. J, Cos i-etiirni-il yesterday fi^ni^St.axiiiis, where she was on u buylhg trip for thoiNcv,' Economy .SKojjv ;;';•; \- ^, , MlsSifjjipiij^iMorfian.iof qhallcc, Mo., who lias iiec-i) tliij guest of Miss Marguerite,Dolan for the past Ihrce'day^, Jeff, for her homo today. ' Waiter Hoscnllm] will return tonight from St. Louts where he lias »l>cnt the past three days on a Iniy- ")g trip for, the Mew York store. Mrs. Mnx Rubinstein, of Osccola was the guest o7 Mr. and Mrs. Jke wilier and Mrs/ Waller Roscnlhal iist evening. Herman Hess is attending to bus- icsa in st. ixiuis for a few days, Methodist League Union Plans Hallowe'en Socia O301SOLA ,Art:., Oct. II—Th Mississippi county Aiolhodut Len no Union will sponsor u Hallo ween social here October 30 i cn Bile members from over the counts are Invited. At !( meeting j lcrc g, m( ( ny aflcl . Oseeola Society — Personal The annual season of prayer for s(«tc mtalons was observe 1 by the Ulster, Miss Ella Margaret Doyle, who Is In training • at the city Hospital. The Rev. and, Mrs. Yatcs Moore and Mrs. j. N. Hunt of Memphis were guests Wednesday of Mr. and <Ms. w. E. Hunt In Osccola. Mre. I>. J. .SeuiHies jr., of Ucnton Is here for nn extended visit will 1 her inotlier-ln-law, Mre |> j Semine.s sr. liraffoadocio Miss Nannie Oarrclt, of Carn- Ihersvllle, was the guest of MH liea Holt .FrUIjty. Misses Alma Gean Morgan ai;<i Clirlstlnn Harmon, of Hnyli, were Biiesls of Miss Norina Holt Wed nesday IViii, theme, ' sub cu, Monday, / lemooil Hf cln net at the home ^ M has iw, ,i ' ° restoni "''lice spent the weck- logctlicrfond wllh his mother Mrs ' ri-ii-i l,t_ _... 1.. ' -, *HWIIIM, ill If}. lj 111 111 wore lead by Mrs' M,, ''for, lhe same mimbor with " visitor* met Tuesday nt the, Um , • ,'• , s - Rui'lon, when Mrs , ' 'cad aim ti le groui) '* oined by 0 Hier men church nt t iie Wcdn Mrs, w. E. Johi s. Miss Sylvia Iliiekuba spent Sat- rsjiirflay night with Miss Morn Boa 3.! Kcirscy. Mrs. J. c. Clnllahor and daughter, Christine, shopped in Car- nthcrsvlllc Saturday Miss Nona DavLs had as her eucsls Saturday i)l f: ht Miss Ko- Mrs.' ( Driver entertained include: bcrta Denton Miss Jewell Molley. Ijlrs. Ellen Smith, of Carulhcrs- vlllc, Is the guest, ol Mrs. Lily Ciirlnci 1 . Misses Norma nnd nca Holt and Misses Lorn nnd Mnbel L< • wppcd in Cai-iithersville Tim I. Nora Pace or osccota i president; Roy Ashabranner Ma •>ln, vice-president: Alnmoda Berry, Manila, secretary and Ahna Ma- lo.icy Blythcvlllc, treasurer, sixty members attended iho meeting The n±K".?,,^""' r ras ™" b 'y «' 4-H Council Will Hold Achievement Day Nov. 3 Annual Achievement Day oxer cises of ilic Mississippi Comity '-I-H club council w ll( ix held S!V t UK |r, v November 3, at the Wonm's c "ub house In BlylJicfllle and t), c courthouse at Osceola. Clubs nllllintcd w nu the coimcll are urged to sec that all record books are turned In (o the county Cent's ollico before Octobct 20 I, (Or thiil I* 1 '- - »-- • • • i - j - iificrs del Dnv. rmlnwl i«fo,- e Medals, certificates am1 —v- IIIA.II«M, uTimcfties ami '"I. omas win b e awarded club mom- Deis for their work this-year. Memphis Doctor Opens Office at Hospital ''• , W - k. Howard, car, eye, nose throat specialist of Memphis ias established nn office 'at lie Jlythcrlllc hospital,' coming h each Thursday. He Is a brother in law of Dr 1 «. Johnson, . ,. B. Y. P. U. Elects OSCEOLA, Ark, Oct. ll.-Ncw 'fflccrs of the Baptist. Young Pco- )les Union arc olive Anderson •resident; Marguerite Boyette, vice iresldcnt; Mary cox. secretary and rcaiiircr; Joyce Tomjiklns, corre- (pondtng secretary; Catherine lughsy and Lyilian Shcddan, group •niitams; l[ c ten Toolc, quia leader; vela Mac Mutt, plnnist; Mildred Caglc and Lj-man "Kicddan. chor- stcrs. Mrs. E. U Cole is leader of he inlermcdlnlc a. Y p. u STITCHRTTE ^ Tie of Tailored ".- • for fbe'-mrSn ~^& riorihcimsij-lists prove-in this Or uM'onjir-I.cyclcttic-i' wh.it (he snwtt woman wants. As "i'ching is a ftshion accent for Fall, We lct >' ou '»« 'f "o your very toes m tins encluming model, appro- c * n3m ™ — tin "Stitchcitc." Olie fooWV J- /V V<A»rV i ^^s^stOf^ Good Shoes and Hosiery n. day. ~*' Mis ended visl't with Mi ne.s sr. ' . Mrs. Chas E. Siille n es won high B iie.st priz Sues tslncluding bcsiiU r' S n,. Mr ^. 1J " ITy Dn 'rei', Mrs.""\V '• Picwill and Mrs. E. S. Driver ' Ms. Joe Hires wcii hlilT "^ I/O nml Mrs. j. H , insolation favor. r, , or M , ( _ Anna Uea Biglmm spu-iu Saturday night and Sunday with Mtss Dork Hunter. Miss Flora B=a Keirscy spent Sunday will, Miss Sylvia lluckata. Misses Nona Davis and Jewell Holey spent Sunday with Miss llolieria Uonton. Mra. Jeir While spent Saturday night ami Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Lucille Hunter Mr. and-ilrs. Joe i> ar ks. Mis, Li y ciirtner and Mrs. Ellen Smith rctiirncrt Friday, from a few (lavs visit lo West, Miss Johnnie McCree, who has been in the hospital n t Memphis re- ra'rtdf. S "" tilly "'"' is ""Proving Mrs. Wlilard' Evers, of Joppa, I"., and small danghlcr, Betty Charlotte, is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Herb Ixjii" to attend the iit ,' ?' D " Vcr ' Mr - nllci Mrs ha, r" C , SOU n " rt Mr »'«l,,ilr & 'ins. colciniin. MI-. and -Mrs Sc- ravcs will meet their sons. George Basil lma Nc , soili . who - ••» «« Un versnry of Arkansas, nnd Mr iic Mrs. Driver will mcel their 'rather, Jettio Drive,-, also an Ak .nsas University student Mcsdames R. c. Dryan, Gco Ert- •ingtoii E. s. Chiles, Marsh Callo- wny, W. J. Driver, J. w. Cart- wrlfht, II. j. Halo, H. H Cramer Ladies Auxiliary attended Conference In Auxiliary Group v-uiimirace jn Jonesbnro Tuesday. The conference nllf, i I nl the Littlc uliurcli Iliere. ? Mrs ' Bc sdny in Little Roc!,- - 5 , M , ll '' J01 ' IC DOl ' IC 6 " Cllt "K ml In si. Louis visiting her Driver Grove Mr. and Airs. Dock Bigliam, Mrs. «. Walters, Zeb Giitncs. Thomas Oaliics, Miss Mary Oainos, Miss Snllis Bighani, W. II. Springer an:i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bigham wea- guests of Mr. and Mrs Charles Springer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. \Vill Ed Slielton were guests of Mr. and Mre Erbie Shelton Sunday. '.Mr. and Mrs. j o hti Anderson spent Sunday with (lie lalter's mollicr, Mrs. Jim Emery. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bigliam were I Latest Fall Styles COATS • Swagger Suits licautifiil styles in fin- ti-irii- med and Inilorcd ftire, Hatl- «ci-, Jlink, Fulfil nixl \\'olf. Silk Grope lined in new wood Imck aiul other new raliriw. Sixes M priced. lo '18. Specially $ 9 95 $ 49 75 to •DRESSES-- Crepes, Velvets and Light Weight W'oolcns. Sizes M t'> 52. Specially selected a n d priced. 4.95 LO 16.75 Never before imve our lines been more complete, sl-ylts mere select ;iml beautiful and last but not le;ist prices more reasonable. 'See them' before you buy. ' UEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OK ACCESSOKIES A N » MILLINERY STYLES THAT AKK DIPTKKKNT AT i'OI'- ULAH PRICES. New Economy Shot) Inpr^m TIT,1^ . •.. -,.".. Ingram I'honc OSMV guests Sunday of (he laser's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown, of Half Mcoii. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. springer spent Sunday with Mrs. Spring- THURSDAY, OCTOimu H, er's parents, Mr. and Mrs: Albert Hosktns. : Russell Springer and Miss Kvc- lyn Walters were married Saturday night, . . ; . ?<! "lore (h weslern. Baffin Island'" 0 . "I YOUMUST SEEK QUALITYGOODS quality merchandise ',,t modcrHler MB right now full of new seasonable merchandise for (hi! family and SlT ' "" b " m '. llff .Classy Jean and other Smart New DRESSES Frocks for street, after- nooiJ and evening. Heaps of new styles . . . and all the popular Fall fabrics. Every day we're dress- Ing some of the best Broomed women and we know we cnn suit you. Your inspection Invited. Regular, ex- Ira andlialf ll/cs. A New Group of BEAUTIFUL HATS Velvet, satin, felt, v-ool crepes with subtle, blk of Irimmiuy and yoii can /intl plenty ot your beloved black or" the newest colors. $1.95 1 It's COAT time and this special imrcHase will help you Special 16* A ,'ipccjai purchase of beautiful fur trinimccl coats . . . all colors, silk crepe: linings, attractive fabrics . . . only n special purchase makes possible this low price. As 11^ quantity is limited ive advise early selection. . Oilier Coats $7.95 to $39,75 All Wool Fabrics, Expert Tailoring< Beautiful Patterns, Smart Models are all embodied in this showing of MEN'S SUITS 1 Every Curlce suit guaran-j teed to give satisfaction' or a new one tree. We* want you to see our showing of the new Fall styles. Compare them with other suils at this: price. $0/1.75 24 ..Two other groups of qtiality clothes smartly fashioned of long-wearing Cassimcres ' and .Worsteds .in a great collection of new' patterns, nnd colors. :r , ; $11-75 $1Q.75 " and lv MENS HATS MENS OXFORDS Stetson and Other fine hats . . . Snap or Curl brims . . . all colors. W. L. Douglas; Walk-Over and other good, shoes In appealing lasts. S1.98 to $6 $2.95 to $6 Children's COATS Attractive coaU for ihc miss ot B-to 14. Fur trimmed and tnllowd models. m to $12.95 Children's Silk DRESSES A lai'uc .showing of ' these beiujtlfiilly tailored dresses for glrk of 6 to 16 years. $3.75 Ladies'. Smart "• FOOTWEAR TIBS - OXFOU0S - f'UHH'S - STRAPS Patent, Suede, Kid and many delightful comblna- lions. All heels, complete range of sizes \and widths. $1.98 to H95 Children's Dress Children's dress slippers ot every description. Sturdily tuilt to withstand hard knocks. to Plaid Silks A beautiful range of autumn .'^ ««- ™?» 75c Satin Back Crepe , lustroii ew Fall yard 98c Rich and lustrous, i,. ttv y quality, new Fall combinations. Per yard Men's Dress SHIRTS Attractive new patterns and solid colors, also white shown In two popular price groups. 1.49 BOYS SUITS Sizes 6 to. 17. . Good, all w.ool materials, appealing patterns, obtainable with long trotisers or knickers. . New. styles and. colors. JOE ISAACS, Inc. Has Tol Told You the Truth Since 1902

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