The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 6, 1938 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1938 , BLYTI1EVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS To Jl.irc Party Mr. and Mrs. Charles nose will ciiterlain a number of ihclr friends wilh a party Friday night al llielr cuimtry home al Hoseland. * * * Has Club Mrs. C. A. Cunningham served a lliree-com-se luncheon when she cnterlaincd the Wednesday Bridge club and one guest, Mr.';. C. \V. Afflick. Jn the bridge games which followed Mrs. w. n. Minyaril won | first nnd Mrs. Farnsworth Black, ' second high. • * * Parties Given Mrs. William l/nvshe entertained willi a bridge luncheon yesterday, which was her second party lliis week, as she and Mr. Lawshc had a supper parly Sunday night. Yesterday's affair was attended by . 12 guests, who played bridge after lunch. Mrs. A. Comvay won an ivy bowl for first prize and' second pite, handkerchiefs, went ta M>«. B. A. Lynch. The buffet supper was served ••'\ couples, who laler played bingo, Has Hridfc Luncheon Members of the Thursday Afl- emoon Bridge club and seven other' guests were cnterlaincd by Mrs. C. : If. M'illcy Wednesday afternoon, when she hiitl a bridge luncheon. She used a centerpiece of potter 1 red begonias and crystal glasses al the dining-room table, and the Uvr small tables had red glassware to carry out the color scheme of red and crystal. There was nlso a touch of red in the place cards, A throe/ course menu was served. (T 1 In the bridge games, Mrs. L. H Moore won a decorated cake container for high chit) prize and Mrs. L. L. lluebencr received a set of four individual tea balls for high ••nest's award. 'Ihc giiesl cutting Ihc lucky card at each table received a begonia with these going to Mrs. Chester Caldivell, Mrs. Fred niitherfovO. Mrs. Roland Green and Mrs. J. M. Williams. Other guests were: Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs. H. A. Taylor, Mrs.. Charles L. Wylie. Mrs. Hiram Wylie. Mrs. W. D. McChirkin. Mrs. N. B. Menard. Mrs. Cecil Shane. Mrs J. H. Elkins. Mrs. Fred Hanna . and Mrs. J. W. McCulloiigh of Stcelc. Pudlniry 1*. T. A. Meets The Parent- Teacher Association of Kudbnry school met Wednesday afternoon In tlio school auditor-, ium. with ICO present. The room of Mrs. .,O. .E. Queilmall. with 20 mothers present, wou the aftend- 1 ,ance prize. «$ ) The president's message was read l , by Mrs. Addison Smith, and Mr*. Leonard Johnson played an accordion solo. W. D. McChirkin. superintendent of schools, gave a talk on "Responsibility and Service." 3ii<) the program was closed with a prayer by Mrs. O. J. Rogers. During the business meeting it V.VT.S voted to si»nsor :i project, • \\liereby each child in school will bring a penny as a birthday present for President. Roosevelt, the aggregate sum to be used in the fight of infantile paralysis. "As the closing item of 'business Die membership drive was stressed, with a report being given bj each team. Dell and Vicinity The Woman's Missionary socict} of'me Uell Mcth'odist .church had p. business meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. D^wcy Shepherd. Thi;; group, which meets twice monthly, made plans for mid-win- ler activities l>cfoi'c the social hour durinj whi;h rcfrcslujicnts of n salad, sandwiches and coffee were served the eight present. f Ffidiiy-Saturday- Sunday All l)ay flAl.TlMORK 1)11' LAYER, each.. .CHOC01.AT!-: NUT COOKIES. l)oz. DATE BREAD Loaf jCHOP-SUKY ROLLS Kach JUiTTKU-SCOTCH SQUARK.S, Dozen .. I'ARKKR-HOUSB ROLLS, Dozen ... We Specialize in Special Orders Phone 110 f W 8' FLAPPER FANNY By. Sylvia Bits of News Mostly Pei'spiiel, "I'll be ashamed to have my ilolls so dirty!" "We're pliiyin'slums today. I'll wash 'cm when we play charity worker." At the Hospitals A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Latterly of ' Carulhers- ille yoslcraay nt the St. Joseph's lospilal, Memphis. Mrs, Ralph Thompson of osce- •la has been admitted lo the Memphis Methodist hospital. Mrs. Prances Fleming of Luxora s a palienl at the Memphis Methodist hospital. tes Gloria Alieni of cnrutlicrs- | ville has hccu admitted lo the i lleinpliis Baptist hospital. ! Web'. Anderson, jr., of Keiscr is n patient al Ihc Memphis Bi>p( list hospital. Texas Gefs Trailer Park WESLACO. Tex. (UP)—This fiio Grande Valley city has the only trailer tourist park In Texas. The 'K ran accommodate. 100 trailers and has n, club room for visitors. Mrs. j. R Uviugtou. Mvs. Lillic Kinks mid Mrs. olcnJn liennctl :>!)cnl yesterday in Mi-inphls. r.ldie .Sa.iitsi iias relumed to Fayellcville, where he iiltciuls (in- University nt ArViiviisii;;. att^r "pending HIP hciUlnys with lils psv- c»ts, Dr. null Mrs. J. A. Salitu. Miss vein Salib:\, who Is a .student, at Louisiana ."Slutc nnivcr- «lty. Baton Reuse, loft Suir.lny after havinj! spt'iit two \vee.ks with her parents, ur. tiud Mvs. J. A. b'.-ilibu. 'Ihcy indtnied her to Memphis. Jack Smilh has returned lo Pino Bluff, where he Is altctKlliV' school. ntlor visiting liis fnlhcr. W. Loan Smith, dining, the holidays. Miss Eva cooke or Uixcra is Die guest of her sister, Mrs.'W. J. Wunderlieh, ami family. Mr. and Mrs. o. M. MihheU nnd dnn^litrr Imvc returned from Uot SprhiKs, \vlirre they spent the holidays with Mrs., Mitchell's parents. ''••= .[film p. Rowland. Dr. Rowland is here now attending to his farming interests. M;,.. j-i;.,,,v''i Mr.r.onn left Monday foj- Columbus, Miss., wlinvo *')" a senior at Mississippi State College for Women, after spending the holidays with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. D. C. McLean. Miss Laura Hale has relumf] to Mississippi Slate Collcgo for Wpm- en al Columbia, Miss,, after having snent the holiilnyK with her par- cnls, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hale. ?»'•«. n i. nev'lle left today for a six-month vacation, to b3 spoilt, with relatives in Merced. Cnlif.. and polnls in Washiiigtoii and Oregon. Mrs. W.- B. crews is ill at her home from intestinal-inducno. Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thomusrm. who has been quite ill for a week, Is unimproved. Mrs. Edgar lioniin. who is In 1 Memphis (his week, spent lust night here. Her duiiishler, Miss Mary Elizabeth lionun, who underwent! an operation for Appendicitis Monday. Is steadily Improving, and they [plan lo return home Friday or Uut- lll'I'IV. Mrs. J. c, Lowe, who has ueen In (lie Methodist hospllul In Memphis, returned home ycstwduy nnd is imu'h belter. John Murray Is ntlcndhig >\ llircc-diiy training course nl tlio Font Motor company In Memphis. He will return lioaie Sulurdny. Mrs. K is. Fox and Mrs. liiim- sny Duncan are In Memphis today. Stcclc-Cootcr Holland Society—Persona! Kh'ven memtors of Ihc Bonk dub were entertained by Mrs. HiitM'll Ki'rikcs Tucadny «flenio:)ii. A ;;cnnal business ineulins >vns hold, alti'i- which rclreshment.s were sj-rvt'il. M'- l'Is ^C':t;illln and son, Clmrlra. nnd Mtss Mnrgnrclc Mc- CTuiv ijxitetl llielr .sister, Mrs. ilolni lt!(i:lk-k. and fnmlly. of near Wanluli 'rtiesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Huy spent Smidny with relatives lu Ponltir Bluff. Mr:. Mi'd \'ii:J:rey. ivho has i;een very ill, is improved. Elvh, Mtfjium and Abner Ash- crafl >p l 'ni •iniosJtiy in Cairo, ill, Mrs. w. H. Brooks has returned from the bedside of her slslo'r In Sliclfield. Aln. Mvs T. i. Brooks Is conflict! to IjtT home by Illness. Mis. Klla Muslin has returned limiic after a two weeks' visll willi relnllv.'s in Wnrnsburg. Cicovni' Wall of California vis- ilcd Ills mother at Holland durlnj Ihc Iwliday;;. 1 Mrs. l.Uiyd Booker is reiovcrlnj from an attack of mnlcrin. Mr. and Airs. Albert Jordiin spoilt Suiuliiy iii lloriiersvlllc iis-' ijuesls of Mr, and Mrs. John Ds/ene.- Albert Jordan liiy; ihoved his |)ressiiii; shop next door to 'his f.ir- ijier locution. I'aiil Mllbrwlt relume;! to his home in Joiner the first of Ihc 1 wccii. after a visll' here with his ¥ O Fletcher Valentine knows tobacco values,,.like so many other independent experts he smokes Luckies! I 'VE bought 4,000,000 pounds of tobacco a.t auctions in the past ten years," says Mr. Valentine, independent buyer of Wcstfielcl, N. C, "and my bread and butter depends on making the right bids. That's .why I have 1,0 know tobacco values. "Now I'y.c smoked Luckies ever since 1913, and die reason is, they suit my taste to a'T'. Nobody knows better than v/e tobacco men that Luckies are made of die finest center-leaf tobacco." Yes—and that isn't all...Luckies' exclusive process, "It's Toasted" takes out certain irritants naturally present in e/ll tobacco—even the finest! The result is that you will find Luckies not only taste good but arc easy on your throat. Surely, independent experts like Mr.Valentine make good judges of cigarettes .. • Sworn records show that, among independent tobacco experts, Luckies have twice as many exclusive smokers as have all other cigarettes combined! WITH MEN WHO KNOW TOBACCO BiST mother. Mv. and Mrs. Roy Davis of Humboldt, Toxns, arc vkiUlug relallvcs lltTO, Miss Mollle Me Hujcs hns rc- turiiMl to Jcffsisoii city after vls- Itlii? relatives here. Allen imd-Mack Young have rp- liifiiixi fi-Qin n visit In Henderson, Texas. Ohisler Tnylor spent the first of Hie week In Memplils with his brother, Alfred Tnylor, mid Mrs. Tuylor. Mrs. John itusscll, who luul tccit ronfined to her bod for tiomo llniL 1 , In a very bad condition, Is now up. Miss Miirenrel Whllllci' of Ulylhevllle lias returned home nflci 1 a visll with her (jnvndmotlior, Mrs. Mnrgnrct Trccse. Kciser News Kflttr I'.-T. A. i\Iecls 'I'lii'ic wns mi executive nieet- t! of Ihc Kciser JVT. A. In the home economies building Wcdncs- Annonncetnents Tlie Courier News luis been nu tliorlKc'd tomiikc rariunl uunl af (lie [ollpwlnit tor public ntlk'e, sul)]cct lo tlic Utinoemlle prlninry Aiigusl 0. l-'or (Jiiuntv 'I'rc.isiirt'i- l(, U U)lLl',Y> OAINES I'm -Slii'rlfl' mill (,'olledm- 11AU-: JACKSON <laj- nfloriicxjii, plans for. the Founders' ilny program, to bo held In tlio auditorium on the nlghl ol J^cb. 20, iverc dlscussoxl. A motion W(i3 imssed to pay Hie postage on the books t!|at Die seliool received from the aUi! c Lllimry Ijoard jit l.ltllc KpcH. 1\K iiext rcBulnr meeting of the nsoclntloji will be lield Wcdnes- day, vejitlon program accident pre- 'jil be presetitecJ. Hmpky lireoni, Flril " '••' UOVELAfjD <l}E!)-Mlce which chewed 'matches were blarjied ' 'toi- starting a l^54mgiit' flrb • In the Ivomc or Fireman" Prank' fUmse? who discovered the blazo when smoke ciilcred liis'ttcams'. \ • '.'" "For years I've eaten QUAKER OATS says the "BIG 7"£/V" Commissioner of JOHN L, GRIFflTH. (r»l Xnurlcon aMttit authority, rrttldtnt cr"</J( National C«lf»«Iaf« AlM«llc Aiiacialivn • Alert mothers everywhere give cbil- dtcn lliis vmm, tasty ureakfau because if 1»J liic extra value of Nature's Vita- miiill!...Uoaor's5ay youanil liifyouni;- sicrs slioiild hjvc this precious vitamin every day to combat ncrv6uM)CJ5,<cori- sli|).uioa anil poor digestion!. .. Yet this ' wonderfully wliolcsortic breakfast costs only Vi cent tier serving. Thac's no oilier oatiiK-il like FINAL CLEARANCE On All Stock At The New Economy Shop's Quit Business Sale Now is your liist uhimvc lo buy nulUmii|ly mlvcrifccd, stamliivd In'jinds of mcr- thaniljso at l|cli).w liic n\iu'l\ct price. Siile slurls Friday morning, 8 o'clocjt. CQATS AND 3UJTS Furs, Hctil— $85).7I> values £14.75 Novelly fabrics, Cross Fox anil Kolinsky fui- Inmmcil, beautiful KUT- mculK, your liifii chance to buy merchandise of this (ype ill I'ive invay prices. ?li!).7. r i values $112.75 HKTTY G'JMK nitd KI'I'V Sl'jDKT COATS clt, IJrown, UUK! ii|id (Jrecn 22 lo. $28.75 yuhiM ?10.75 uud $11.75 , Oilier Values .$17.7lj to ?19.75 for SR.75 to S!).Sr> SI'OWT (.'PATS A(VH SlUTO llctl.y Rose iipd other braufls ?I2.75 (p ¥28.75 viiluiw, ;| S5.00 S7.85 $10.75 Out (jrOii|) lilack .Coals wilh fur, close- put ill I.ADJES' DRESSES Irene Kay Sport Town Frocks and other stnndurd brunils, new ii'lviin.e.c spring numbers made for /holiday: trmle. Styles.. IJinL. »rc .'IKfV'pt? \y.ilh and without cQi\tg. §13.75 'to ; ?19.75 values, choice $8.07 1 •frroup ?9.7r> lo §11.75 Dressed, newest materials, nitvy, Mack, brown, wine and crushed grape. 12 to -18 sizpsj S-1.95 and ?5.«5 pthev Kroii])s of . dresses, prints, cren.Cfj mid tjutins, closp put regardless of cost, values never hsul before. ?1.00 $j.9S §2'.9S " ?,%<)5 1 Jfrotip 'J)rcs,se¥, kit^ an<j Ijglit- wcigjit , )voo(ens and crcj),c§, . n.e>v numbers, §S.75 vuluc.s $8.08 ' 2 other j;ro,up;i Dresyes, odd lots, '$;(.<) 5 to §0.!)B ya|ue s ?i.0» and $1.38 Satin, Crepe and Velvet -Combination, fjrcert, gold, rust, black and wl)lte, sopie sequin trimmed,' to $tf|.75 'values', " s SZ.i)S ?2.!)8 $3.98 & §4.98 Fi'lj iinii winter felts, • [:rcuv..i In'^ndcil tncrcjiiinilh'-. V;ili»-.s to $5.95 Mi: ?10i) & S1.1I7 Sltirincnl of ncu- fsprinT Faljjjc :ii)d .Slr.iu: (Oi»J;iDu- lions. New fill !»iv anil "tlii'r Miiiirl styles, rnt, blarhi bri:ivj> A nary, l(im;;lil for llil.s dual clrnnuirc. SI-17 fc S^.liV GLOVES Kjil nml 1'iilirlc Bloves, 52.«5 In S'1'15 Mils, hliiek, briiivn •'ii!<l ii.'iyj- S1.37 I lot kid Rluvc.s, broken fvl? l ' s , *I.H8 l» 52.CU valtics diirlt Eintl light colnrcil ?I.OO Z fttnips Fabrics, iJ.OO lo 5).4!I values ' ' •Itici - liic - !)7c ADMIRATION HOSB 80o IJifsc ..59o SI lilnck Heels Mo JI, 15 values 81c 51.13 lo S1.35 values, Z thread and ncl_. 07o LOVELY NEW SILK UNDERTHINGS 'H AND (.'OWNS 51.23 v:ilnrs R7c S1.S8 values Sl.:>!> S2.-I3 value; SI.V7 52.93 values 51.D7 LOUNGIN(i l'A,IAi\IAS C'crilnray * Crepe ?l,05 v.-iliics Sijk Crejis iVNS ami J'AJAMAS SZ.'ID to 52.0S, slightly spiled. _ Sl.OO" anil SI.39 S7.1. r > lo $9.75 Solin 5.195 51.« SATIN NEGLIGEES coj( , rs ^ (p §|? . ?5 ' values PANTS and STEP-INS We, 80c, 8Dc and SI values ! ' ' KABQ CORSELETTES, GIRDLES & BR^SSJERES ?.(i.r.O values I.. S-i.-l5 $0.0(1 vuiiics '...'. '.".'.". §3.45 ?:).!)(! values S2^jy 52.cn &'§2.!)5 values SI.!)? & §2.25 values §1,19 gl.SQ values' 97c .?!.»n values ....7'Jc One lot Kiirhpl.es, slightly soiled, io closp put SWEATERS-SKIRTS-BLOUSES 1 grpup silk and linen blouses, SI.'JS to ?2,I9 values 97c 1 groin! .?JJ9 cotfnn Illumes '!!.)(.• Hard Knit Sv/witcis, white pastel and dark, S:i.!)r> & 5,1.95 values $2.39 $1.08 Kn/Klicd Woril Sweaters', shaker knit (win .sets, $3.9-5 f.o S5.85 yalue,s" S1.98 and S'a.6'9 Skivts, lieajitifiiJ tuilorcil skirts button trim, S2.6<» to 83.45 values SI.79 to §2.39 tADlES' SHOES Stly-cez Shoes, SG.75 & S7.75 values, all Suedes §4.45 S«.yl r c.ez Kid, $1.0» fllnili- Art iSG.OU Shoes, all blavk and brown b'ucdijs ; $3.45 Jlode Art ICid, §3.95 fiO iiair of y/iality Shoes,' SR.75 val- Urts to ,c!r>sc out (broken sizes) S2.95 One lot of p.dds ant) ends to close out S1.95 PURSES C.ilf Ir.ithcrs and ( Sl.Op lo S3.95 valises 51,97 : " ATTENTION!' All nicrclianrtisc in "Lay Away" must be taken out by Jnnuary 15. FLOWERS Silk, Velvets niirt Meial- lirr, values (o Si, choice 5J3c arid 33c NEW ECONOMY SHOP Ingram BIdg. - . . . . ' .

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