The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 4, 1937 · Page 2
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(AfiK.) COtMEft<NEiVs MONDAY, JANUARY n the luncheon tables Mr, mid Mri. Louis Spann, \ved- ies were ju New Your design. Shouse'c niece, MLsa Janlo Houzc, lerxlay Mrs. Dean and Mis. Bpann leave tomorrow for and Cnrlcton Maxwell, school, his parents accompanying Dr. and Mrs E. R. Began, accompanied by Mri>. Saia Miller of Floyd While has. gone to Chl- and Mis,, cms Eberdt bt Blythcvllle, were In Monettc we'd cago for the, shoe show buy lilock for Ills-shop. nosday evening attending a Jiicct- Bits of News Mostly Personal Ing of the O. E. S. Percy Wann onu Olmmlc -Blythc, of Dccnltir, Ala., were here Suri- S. J. Smilh at- day and today on .Business tended the opcir house and' New Years Eve dance In the hoino.of is in Chicago nt- Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Pouncey, :-at tending (he shoe shpw and buy- Bltnsboro, Thursday night. Sieve Brooks Ji, lituinps. Mi. and Mrs Meyer . . Richmond Ohrisl.mas and son, Thomas LaFujelte in., have returned to their home „. ^TUESDAY'S,EVENTS , 'Jirs^ J, ^ick Thomas having Ihe Tu*sday_ Bridge club Intermediate o; A .x. wetting First Baptist clvurch, 4'P. M. Junior G. A meeting First Baptist church, 4 P^Ii * ~ ip'ter 1 '^" P, B O meeting > MIV-- Lloyd, ' styckmon, C \YEDNESDAVS EVENTS Bible slUdy, Church oJ Christ, meeting w\th Mrs B. F. Shclton, 2:30 P. M. Mrs, Farnsvvortli Black having 1 Wednesday Bridge club {sunbeams * meeting First Bap- tiEt church,' 4 P. M. Delphian Studi/ Club meeting at Hotel.Noble, 9:30 a. m. Sudbury P, T. > A meeting at ; pf m-^ follow-ing' executive boari mYeting, -2.30 p m. ? THUHSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs Edgar Boruni entertaining 5 Thursday Contract club | ' Mrs. Russell Phillips having the J " Thursday Luncheon club. f ' '"-Town, and Country Bridge ciul) | meeting with Mrs. Ja,mes B. Claik |i- 2 P. M , : , : Confederacy Children I !<ave Mettinr Saturday * ...The lives ol several Confcderat j heroes weie studied by member i oi^the Children of the Contedei f ' ac'y,Jn'a meeting Sajuiday after , roqn, at the r home of Nancy [ Hughes Mtss_; Evelyn Smart hsd '>• prepared Ihe "program 'which In* eluded a^sjory of the life of Robert E Lee, told by Molly Guaid, | lh,e ,llfe of Stonewall Jackson, told 5 by'jMiss Frances McHivnoy, and a poem "Npthan Fontaine Maury" lead, by Mildred, Mulr. *A' report was clven of the bus- VS. . . With Mr, ami Mts Robert BmaH and son, Bobby. Mr, and Mrs B M Hulfm»n snrt Mrs Huffman,? sister, Mies Margwnile Do"". S P C| H yesterday Saturday hlglil for » buying trip to 8S Louis ami perhaps, Chicago. They will ictuin Filday. Jimmtc Tlplon voiyr,hed, yesterday (9 Tuscaioosa. A|a, wheip ho Is t\ student at the ynlverslty of AlflUama, alter spending the holidays with his patents, Dr. Mis. paul L 'Upton, Mrs. Thomas W. Miller amj 4 wiwn with the parents of Mrs. Huffman fltid Miss Do)en Miss DO!CN Is visiting hero (01 soina time. . Mr- and Mrs MAX D. Mlllei. of Helena, who two, been visiting Brunswick, "oa, who Is" tlie "guest filmds heie, did not return Home of , e | a t( vcs 13 visiting friends In Bali(rday as plahncd but arc yet 1 '- ...... ... . ' here fpv n fhoit thiie before rc- ttuiittig home They formerly lived IB Blytlieville. ' Miss Cherry \Ylnburn will 'leave tonight for her home in Aikadel- phia utter. 'spetid,ing~ a week wlt]i Mr, arid Mrs Harry K'rby, She 'wlH bo accohilianlcd td Memphis prepared for r Christmas for a C<jnfederate H \ve t^ran. ; Th'e'; hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs_.,Ross D, Hughes, served a plate lunch > , ,,'*»* ' * * Daughter Born A 1 'daughter vias born jcslerday 'Will UU (IVVUliiMOii'J''-* \v .T.m.....— by Oscar Fendier, Miss Peggy Mo- Keel and. Billy Laws\ic, v,'h» ^\ go to the ballet. Miss Maiy ^Baln lias returned fiom .Onean,(a, Ala, vvheifj she spent Christmas vi'lth l-elatlves. Miss Lena May Oliver has ar- rl\c(i from Fayetteville wlie^e sho visited hei- family duilug the holidays, 'Airs. James B, Clark spent Hie weekend In Cahitiicisvllle with relatives Geoige Hampton, of Stccle, is n patient at St., Joseph^ hospital, Memphis' ? .Mis R F. v \Vhlte, o( Keisoi, has "bijeh Admitted to the Mepi- phis Baptist hospital. ,J H, wooriaid, of Oiceola, is, ft (indent at the Memphis Baptist Memphis today. She will leave fol home Friday moinlng, accompali- led by lici niece, Miuirceir King Noirls Mrs W S Cockerham, ol Mfcn- i|a Is n patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mrs W F Coolcy, of Jolhel, is, the Memphis Methodist" hos- 1 for a snoit time for tr,eal- B Adams, of OaruheibVille, Paragoiild after spending the holl- ys with Mrs. Mc-HfUey's pqients Mr, and M.rs, Jesse Brown, of Luxa, arid Mr, McHa.ney's parehU in •upelo, Miss. i •fhe LnxorA schools opersd to ay after a ten dtiys holiday. M C. Cooko f>r, Is bhgwlng lin royemtnt aflcr ^H Illness of sev al weeks Announcement Is made by th laicnls of Marjorle Koohi Mr. nn< rs. J. T. Koch, of her marrlag ew Year's afternoon tp James D owler. The ceremony was read b lip i>,ibk>r of the Baptist cjitircl ne Rev. TJ P. F|emtnlng, at th arsoimgc in the presence of n fev, rlchds. , , has been admllled lo the Mem- phlb Methodist hospital. H O Pflillow, who vent lo the Memphis Methodist hospital Saturday, will Undergo treatment fpr the a biief lime before having nn oli oration (pr appendicitis. Mis W. B' Wallace, Whq has been vh|tlng (clallVes foi ten clAy has ictUrned .to her home h Sluoveport, La She wll| Joli\ BCJ naid and Carol Ann Wallace 11 Moinoe, La, who have been visit Ing theh grandparents' to Mr. ^rid Mrs. L J. Bombolaskl iiospital. at* the Blytfjevijle hosp'ital. Tiie J B Cluno and Louis Sterna o' baby, who -v.elgh^ seven pounds, retilrned yesterday Id LItllc'RodKi has been named Martha A|n where they attend Si John's Mrs Bombolas'kl \vas foimcrly seminary, fitter spending tho hol- Mu=s Mae-Foster, iilajs at home Mi. and Mrs J. Liiixora Society — Personal ,; ~\ Executive Board ^ Year's ^ v •A report^ of t Jhe, activities of the B Olune and son, Ciiniiel, .andI Mr. and Mrfe T D Wllkin Mary Stcniac, mototed them oveh and Mr. and Mrs ;R. W. Nlcho! The Rev. J J. Thompson motor- had as their dinn'er guests Nc' ,-. - v. -->----, ed lo Little Rock yesterday for a Year's Eve,'at the Wllklns horn Woman's" Missionary Union of the brief stay. < 1 Dr. and \Mrs. T F. Hudson, Mi First: Baptist church during V 193(i _ E A. Fishei, who vsas stricken and Mrs. R. C ,Lang3ton. M •was given a),-a meetuig of the with 1 t^Bt'rokc ot parali'Els Thurs- mid Mis, Jesse,Brown, Mtvfan executive board Friday afternoon, day, was'iemoveri to his. homii.to- Mrs Russell Bowcn, Mr undflvri' at the homo of 4he president, Mrs day from the" BKlhevillc, hospital. Joe Hires, and, Mr. and Mrs Leslie Moore Mrs C. O. Hires was Miss Edna Gairelt hah letiun- T.. Ballow. In the aftci-dmnc qlso hostess''to the 11'present led to Tailulal^ Li\, aft,er spending bridge games, Mrs, Russell Bow .San^iches. ajid coffee '-,v,eie the holidays with , Mr nnd Mrs was given .ladies' high score prl. se^yed. t Mr. and" Olan Allison gave W B McMullin. liv, ed Uere.. She formeily Mr. and Mrs H 0 Pa^ton have ^ — - T — -™ ~~». D— gone to Memphis nfler spending a dance Friday night In honor of a short time here Mr. and Mrs Orenza Young who MJ-, and Mrs Harman Taylor are going to St, Louis lo make their home Mrs Young was before her mairiage Christmas, Miss Jettie Allison. Mi. Y,|mg left after the * dance for.St Louis and Mrs Young will Join him Wednesday f Included Iil the 24 present were Mr and" Mrs Pete' Allison of Osceola, Mr. and Mi's O C Sinclair of Osceola and Miss Thelma Grcai of Yarbro, who is the houseguest of the host and hostess .^ The Dixie Play Bojs furnished "~ musif for'dancing. ^ ^ l i' * * * :Kas Luncheon'. . r Mrs. J "o, Ellis entertained Informally with a, luncheon at her Barfleld home Friday In honor of her son', J , C jr, who is home from "Gulf Coast Militao academy,'Gulfport, Miss, for the holiday's Lunch was served at small tables ui (he living room and later bingo' was played. High among the girls went to Maxine Reid; 1 high score among the boys to X Bobby Fmklea and &\r» Lou JMcCiilchen vo7i the traveling prize." Mrs-.Carroll B Cloyd and Mrs C A Tant aslssted the hosier In'serving the 14 present Botl red a'rid'pink \vere used to dec orate' the -house with pink rose> in the_dining room and red roses Russell ,Bovven held the hlg spore for men Mrs.-:Sam Meadows has her full er with'her for a visit W H Holt, Of okolona, Ark, \lsltlng in the home of his daugl j Buy (i Supply Before Prices Go High! Cotton is going tip-buy now and SAVK! 1'c.meyVj, as scou , eil lhe eoumrv gut hercd for vo • lew Descendant Found Of Fletcher Christian CANBERRA (UP)—As a reiult f the filming of "Mutiny On the ioUnly," one moic descendant of 'letclier Chiistlan Viho led the ioiliity inuiineeis to pUcaiih's Is- nnd has Just been found Dr. li W Nott, ol thl? city, was on' his vay lo sec the film \vheh he was lauded a letter fiom Norfolk Is- and. It pioved to be fiom Stephen Christian; a returned soldier. nnd descendant of Fletcher Christian; mid begged Urn this boy, aged 15, given an opportunity to enter :he,Commonwealth public service, Tlie boy, Holder Stanley Chiis- lau, probably will be placed in 1 the postal department ^f\ On c Deo. 22 'the.South Pole/'Is icarcr the sun than any'olhci: loint on earth is at any tlmoi~f•" Red grouse Is the only specie* of alrd confined solely to the British Isles, -My Skin Was Full of ;,, , Pimples and,Blemishes" , S-I>B Vcrna hchlcup • Slnco n Ins A<1- ,).»in}»JhO uli»rl«» are ««Ao M t >l,to is Jlh hnil filoV*i nlol ItCiitlh" ~l-n ' " ' 1 BI>«' 'I limo .\\o ^cck& nn,L atn cil up my in EOIU E T 3. Cam Ua«d AcHerlk OIBC. ----— „ - -a for Jiul t amazed oL now Lt comptcxf " Ion." Kirby Bros Drug Co Robinson Dulg Co nd family 'have moved , lo Mrs. tcr . ^^rs. Sani ..^.. v ..,_ Edwin Robinson's house on \V Mrs Robert Eberdt and Mrs. „ In In' street. I Dean, of'West Memphis, visited Miss Ruth Butt left, jcslerd(iy the home of Mrs Eberdt's parents, 01 i(ow York Oily, where she t IIends Katharine Qlbbs' school, spending the liolidays . at TERRY ABSTRACT & REALTY CO. Abstracts, lands & Loans E. M. Terry, rrcs undMgr. I'boneSt? - Blj-theville, Ark. ftcr lome. Miss ends Margaret Keck, .who Llndemvood college, Charles, Mo, and Don Smilh, who attends SI Louis University ftt St. Louis, returned yesterday at-! er having ueen-nt : home• for, tlie! \plldays: I Mr. and Mrs. William M Robnson returned to Cape Olrardeau 'esterday afler spending tlie New Year holiday with Mrs A M Butt and family. i Mr nnd Mrs William Tausch 1 and family have relumed from Incmnall, whole they \vere call-, ed because of the_ death of Mi. Tnwsch's mother; Mrs. Catherine Tauscli. who died Sunday, December y\ < Mrs A G Shibley and daughter, Josephine, accompanied by George T. Shibley of Cooper Hill, Tenn, and Miss Adetc George ot Luxora. v\ci\t to St Louis Sunday. They plan to return here' Tuesday. Mrs J. W. Shoi'^ and davigll- tei, Pranccb, rcttuncd Saturday from Sledge, Miss, \vhcre they at-. TO.HElP PREVENT '"'MANY COLDS TO HELP END A GOID QUICKER PHONE 180 FOR QUALITY WORK AND GOOD SERVICE NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS MissWhiteiti's Shop MID-WINTER CLEARANCE ON ALL AVliNTUR COATS, SUITS, STREET DRESSES AND FORMALS ALL HATS - - - §1.00 Values Up To §8.50 SHEETS Nation Wide Brand/ Size 81"x99"! 81 x 108 Inch - Ijl.OU Wo can't buy any more to sell at this price—so stock up now! Closely woven of specially selected yarns. NATION WIDE pillos «**», 42"x36"u . . 23c ca. 81" x 99" WIZARD SHEETS January Priced! 69 Leader in lite low-priced field! A good everyday sheet that will give you lots o[ wear for' the money. Lay in a good supply now —they're bargains! Belle hie MiuUn Pillow Cases 42"i36" Dig Valueil ea. Good quality cases of smooth,'! firm muslin. Exceptionally low priced now! Take advantage of 1 this January value—and Soft fluffy touiils mill snowy white renters ani\ attractive col orcil bonlcrs lo m.itrh jour bathroom color scheme Practical for ,excr'jdny ii-.o and •=o easy ?o l.iuntliT 17"r.W UNBLEACHED MUSLIN 32 inch width! jlSuy plenty now — jou probably can't equal this valu-i even 1 at Penney's after January i 'Sturdy "Slandatd" muslin Penney's Famous "Penco" Brand! 81x108 - - §1.29 Uur de lu\e sheet—and your old favorite! and save yourself money. This price must go our present supply is gone. Cases, 42"x36" . . Buy now up when . 27c ea. DISH CLOTHS She {ox A firm open mesh that vill dry quickly nilhoul retaining food odors. Multicolored stripes! Dress Shirts Exceptionally-Low Priced! An outstanding value in line percale shirts! Fused. Nu- Craft collar thai will look better longer! Buy' several at this low ' price! Teny Wash Cloths 10 12"xl2" for Buy all you'll need at this low January prjcc. -Soft-but firm! Smart plaida and borders. Men's Winter Weight Keep snugly warm in these comfcrtable unions ;.-of fine ribbed cotton! Fiat collar- ette neck, full standard sizes! Exceptionally priced! Hoys' Press Shirts Kxcc|>UonnlIy \.n\\ 1'ricctl'! Of fine fnst color percales. With pockets! Fully cut to stand the strain of active play! Buy several and save! Extra Ucuayl Kxlrn l.nrgv! Tlicir cxlra size makes a lut willi tncn and you'll appreciate jhe sciviccabilily! Pastels. Toweling 5 Yards for • 49c Part linen crash — suitable for glass towels. 18 inches wide. Slock np and save! Wizard Pillow Cases Of Firm Muslin BEDSPREADS Don't Miss This Buy! MARQUISETTES Many Sl)ht! Crinkled collpn in s m a r I flunk how lilllc it will cost stripes, scajlop. finish! Scant- you to make fresh new glass . less, too! 80 by 105 in.— will 6t any regular size bed! curtains this spiing! Dots mid flares on sheer marniiiscttc! r Kit. A January price , (hat \\c can't repeal, so stcck up now. Size 42x3(j inches. Unbleached Sheeting SI'Inch'Width ISC'™. l-imifetl Quantity! Vou won't sec this price after January ... so lalcc advantage 6filnow! Good quality. 'I'laida! Indian Design! Blankets Size 70x80 Inches! Silk Chiffon Hosiery Perfect! Ringlcss! 1'r. Better hurry — they'll go fast! Full fashioned lour thread chiilons . with picot tcps. Lovely and clear! New colors. In sizes 8!i • to 10.. Limiled Quantities! Flour Sack Squares I'iuindcrcd — Ready To Use! Dress Prints Penney's OwtrNu Tone! •m^ £f -viff JLU. Here's a real January evcht. Exciting prints in clear colors — fast-lo-washing and 9c: Ka. New inatcrlal^torn, bleached flour sack squares. Girls' Collon Hose Thrifty! Durable! C Pr. Be wise—buy plenty now at this January, feature price! Sturdy ribbed cotton sloclc- Ings in the most popular tan shades. Sizes 6 to 9'i.

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