The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 11, 1938 · Page 2
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PAGE T\V<? _ BL-YTHEVJLLE (ARK.)-COUKJEK-NEWS Social Calendar' WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS .Chapter "D" P. E. O., mceling with Mrs, JJ, A, i,yncli, on? p.m. Undies' Bible class, C'lXllcli of Christ, meeting with Mrs. Bulord Martin, 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Hurry Kirby having Wecl- ncsciay Bridge club. Junior-Senior p. T. A. meeting iu junior high school auditorium, 3 p.m. First Christian Clmi'cli congregation having supper at social hall, seven o'clock. THURSDAY'S EVENTS U. D. C. meeting with Mrs. M. FUasimmons. 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Cecil Shone entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. Thursday Luncheon club mceling with Mrs. Evcrcli B. Gee. Mrs. Charles L. Wylio : having Thursday Bridge club. Mrs, W. C. Gnrrigau cntertaln- liwj Thursday Afternoon club. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. J. E. llasson. Business Girls' Circle First Methodist Church meeting nt 8 p.m. nl the church. Christian Endeavor having welncr roast at social hall of Christian Church, 7:30 p.m. The business girls' circle of Ihc First. Baptist chinch Is meeting at the church al 7:30 o'clock. •• FRIDAY'S EVENTS Slated meeting O. E, S,, 7:30 p.i.n. Dorcas Sunday school class. First Baptist church meeting at cliurrli, 2:30'p.m. lWr. Leroy Huddleston Weds Miss Hazel Bui-chard lj;roy Huddlcslon, manager of the Huddleston Grocery company, and Miss Hazel BurcharO; of Little Rock, .were married yesterday nt Defray Beach, Florida. Announcc- . inent of their marriage was cou- tained 'in Englaiid. Church met al Ihe home of their ]i;cfrcshmentx were served dnrln sponsor, Mrs. Arthur Nelson, for n brief social hour, a supper meeting Monday night. During the business meeting which followed supiwr. Miss Mary Jane Hogan was elected president of (he croup lor this year. Other olTiccis were: Miss Dclorcs Psalm- Mrs. Ouy Maxwell was hostess o 15 memtere of Circle Five wlwii Mrs. Ney Hunt presided nt business meeting. Mrs, Tom W. Jncteon !ffi<l the flcvotlonnl, from the Hill clinplcr of HcurcWK. ends, vice president; Miss Maryj Prayer was led by Mrs. Ah'ln Hnr- Jo Buchanan, secretary; Miss M.i-|dv iniil Mrs. Charles Ncwconib. ry Kathcrliic nillahunly, trcasur- 'iho hoslcss served refreshments, cr; Miss Ruth Dlllnliiuily, report-1 • « » « or; Miss Odle Wright, program Il:i- Km prise rally chairman: Miss Winifred Craw-- Members of Hie First Church fcrd, social chairman; Miss Vivlnu'cf Hie Nir/nrrne surprl.sed t!>cir Vickers. personal service chair- pastor, the Ucv. Eunhn D. licaslcy n.an; Miss Doris Dclk, steward-1 with a birthday party Sattirdny ship chulriunn. 1 night, after Church, al the home Miss Odessa ;,;cCihcc and Miss of Mrs. Joe Caglc. WyneUc Shepherd wore appointed Mrs. //. Q. Tyrone, Mrs. members of tho program committee, and Miss Honnie Jean Buchanan lo (he social committee. . i;lcct Offlwrs. May Bay Uaysinger, und Mrs. Noble McCiilloiiRh won prt/cs in the Dallies played. They were em. glass dishes and a table ornament. Tlic guest prize went to tlic (lev. Mis. J. D. Darksdiile was elect-'c, n. FIIKCU, who Is holding the cd oracle of the Royal Neighbors J evangelistic meeting nl the at its mcctiiuj Inst, night at ihe church. homo of Mrs. Mary Ogle. The ficv. Mrs. Bcaslcy was pre- Otlier officers elected were: Mis. sented a modernistic chair and C. O, Hires, vice oracle; Mrs. Ol-jdcsk lamp which harmonizes with lie Foster, past ornclo; Mrs. S. A. (he desk the Congregation had Thompson, ihnnceUor; Mrs. H.ir- previously (jiven her. I/nter, young ry Ogle, recorder; Mrs. .lerry Cagle broughl in other gifts burns, receiver; Mrs. V, O. Mil-, In his little red wagon. ler, marshnll; Dr. physician. Chclrs Meet, D. Smith, < Refreshments n! sherbet angel food cake were served. - * Is Honored With Shower nnd The live circles of tlie Woman's| Mrs. Lauren Hindi, of Kcimetl, Missionary Union of the- First i wns honored by n miscellaneous Baptist church held separate-shower and surprise party given (by IHT .sister, Miss Helen Carter, review! nnd Miss Hazel Marie Furrts, nt Ihe yearbook tor the 11 members'tlic Curler home Friday night, and tho two finest;; of Circle One I Games were plnycri after which who met at Ihe home of Mi's. l.,es- [ the hostess served relreslmients Jie xMoorc. Mrs. A. T. cloar lind of cokes and hot chocolate, the devotional nnd Mrs. Moore' Mrs. Hindi was before her re- meetings Monday. Mrs. Marion Williams Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr*. Waller Kosenlhal has gone to bring her young daughter, Susan, 16 niyllievillo sometime next week for a few Says visit with her nothcr, Mrs. Butt, and family. Miss Junnita Smllli has returned to her home In CaruthcrsviUc after having been the guest of Miss Jean Uourland for the past two weeks. Luxora Society — Personal Hayti Society — Personal Installation ol the cflicers of the W. M. U. of the Baptist Church was held at the cihinvli ."jimday "veiling. TIIC fallowing officers arc to servo during the year l!)38: Mrs. >'. J.. Gilbert, president; Mrs. A. O. Sanders, first vice president; Mrs, lien Bi'Aden, second vice president; Mrs. (Hatty Gcltines, third vice ^y^r' w b^ SWTSS: SSL mtfz sz. ; ^^j^^^iS; >i/ivrH'ol rln i... ..tJ... n ..l «.l ».r__-i ..(._„., „„.. . ., . li">JI'-'l hLI I ILL LlliUl 111:111, several days. Mary lill/aljeth Dorym who luc fncul( y "neuibcrs of the Lux- underwent an appendectomy' nine oril HiB '' BC "°<'1. and the Sunday ''ays ago. is DOW convalescing nt, &;llt > 0 ' teachers of the Baplist her home, site plans to rclwii in cllurcl >. witli a miscellaneous about two weeks Mo., where she Airs. A social hour and refreshments Mr. i'arker, and two children, al! nuskell'l3owcn'. Dr." of Oalcii, n — ami Mrs. Tims. !, LOUIS nnd Joe Applcfeumi oic Hunt, of Meni|)his. si cnl b.imlay In Yaxoo City, Miss..' Miss Evelyn Scott, of Memphis, with llicir mother, Mrs. Annie An- ' plebamii. Mits Geneva Donley nl Mem- I'liis niTlvcil Monday nlghl ( o (j" Ihc oiiesl ol Mrs. w. H. Glover ctnduclcd the business. Refreshments were served. Circle Two hail 11 members preftnt when it met nt the iioiuu of Mrs. C. E. Wilson. The dcvD- ilonal, from tlie sixth chapter pt a telegram" to Farmer i John, was conducted by Mrs. Wnl- ccnt. marriage Miss Oeraldine Ci\r- Icr, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. James Carter, of this clly. 4 • * l\ T. A. to Meet. The Parent Toucher Association of the junior nnd senior hlgn . The -bride spent about two months *" duriii? the flood of last spring, having- oeen- connected with the national Red Cross as a nurse. • ' i .' Huddleston wont, to Florida two weeks ago with his mother for a vacation. ... * * * Blctliodlsf .Wqnicn Meel, Mrs. "Charles L. Wyltc assisted by Mrs. Wyatt Henley 'and Mrs. N. B. Mcnard presented the program "Our Gifts for World Wide MisEfcns" at the meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society ptthc ler Bishop, who was also in charge fchcols will have Its monthly of the business mceliiiB. Mrs.! meeting Wednesday afternoon a; Lloyd Sliokmou and Mrs. Murray ^ o'clock. By special invitation il Smart led iu prayer. A social will be held In tlie, redecorated meeting and refreshments con-| niidllorium of the junior 1 •'"on "'. Pallorsoivof Jack- sou, Miss., attended to business hero yesterday. Vance Henderson, who has been quite 111 from Influciwi at the home t Mr. and Mrs. C. .S. Stevens, wns removed to the home of his parents Mr. and MIS. J. v. Henderson. <»t Doll, yestertlny in a Cobb"nnilju- lUMCC. Mr, aiitlrMrs. Rodney L. Bnnlstei- had as their guests Sunday, Mrs. Banister's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J W. Banister, of Kcnnett, mid hi s brother, Leonard Banister, o f Greensboro, N. C. They were en route t» Miami, Fla., for two months slay. Mrs. A. M. Butt and daughter, Miss Ruth, spent the weekend In Cape Glrardcaii as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Robinson. Mrs. Rouin;:on, who was formerly Mtsa was tho week ci):l guest of Mrs. R. W. Butler. Mrs. Charles S. Scott, of Memphis .spent the week end with her sisters, Mrs. William Thweatl and Mrs. Walter Deulon. Mi. and Mrs, Noble Hum, nl Memphis, were guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hires Sunday. J .R. Abcrnalhy, new manager for Kroner slore, and Mrs! Aber- natby are occupying nn apartment In.the Prentice Wood home. Mrs. Ella Edlcman, of Alum, 111, spent, several days recently with her'Sister, Mrs. Tom Ronfro. Mr, and Mrs. Louis Spann accompanied by Mr. J. W. Spann and Marvin Wilson spent, Syndny with their daughter, Mrs. 'Bliss Yancey and family m Hughes, Ark. - In the Orient, bamboo sprouts are a staple vegetable. They arc cooked and served like asparagus. More than 00 per cent of the tot:il world output of bananas is con- Sue Butt of (his city, is planning'I sinner liv (he United .States. leaders of (lie five- circles of the organization are: Mrs. Elmer I/ewis. Mrs. M. Pryc, Mis. M. Kinsey, Mrs. rt. G; Shircy and Mrs. B. Priiitt. Cc-chalrmen me Mrs, J. Orecr, Mrs. Joe Huber. Mrs. Gladys Moore, Mrs. Mack Morgan and Mrs. Viola Cillam, Mi's, .lames Newberry. Mrs. G. A. IXMdcr. Mrs. Floyd Matins; and R. A. Lender. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cooke Jr.. of O.sceola. Ark., were- hciv? .Sunday visiting Dr. and Mrs. Harrel Bishnn Mrs. JamPs Newberry. ^tl'J;, 'John Whitner. Mrs. T. P. Russell, nnd Miss Jasymn 3an--Jcrs. attended the Stephen Collie nlitiiini limrhcoa of southeast Missouri at Caruthers- villc Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Kolm of Mo- nelte. Ark., and M. Barkovitv. and sen. Bob. of PortajevIHe were here Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Barkovltz. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Walpole drove to Rcclor, Ark.. .Sunday la visit Mrs. Wnlpole's mollier. Mrs. .;. W. BcLisle, who is very ill. Mex"'* Albert and Henry Hamra, Mrs. Wolf Kliotiric an:l son. Ed•••"'•d. nnd daughter. Edna, were In Lilboiim Sunday visiting Mrs. E. K. Vickery. who is' ill. Mrs. E. M. Spence returned to her home at, Poplar Bluff Sunday aftei visiting her daughter. Mrs! Cecil Watkins. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Kelly nnd daughter. Freida Rose, and Mrs. Paul Wiggins, of Dyess. accompanied O, II. Bryant, lo his hcmc al Licking, Sunday. He was here last week for the funeral of his wife, Mrs. Rose Bryant. Mrs. Chas. Martin and nephew. C. P. Adams, of Flint, Mich., were In Memphis the latter part of the I week visiting relatives. [ Frank LowToy, who has been in ! Memphis. Tenn., visiting for the past week, returned here Saturday.! Wayne Huffman is in Jonesboro, Ark., visitln™ friends this week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chllton have moved into the' apartment of Mrs. Mcllie Dori'is. Fred Rowe of Marian. III., was here tlic latter part of last week with his mother. Mrs. Jennie Rowe an;| his wife and son who arc visiting here. • Messrs, Carl and George sigler drove their father,' Prank Staler to Memphis Friday where he hud a medical examination. Mr. Slglcr. who has been ill for some time, is improving. The Rev. J. T. Evitls was in Cape Ghanieai the week » Mrs. Jack Chlsm, who has b;en In the BlythcviU,; hospital receiving medical treatment, returned bun- day, net condition proved. TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1938 inieau Ihe latter part of unending to business. Marriage Licenses Only (tree couples obtained li- C3nses til wed from the lilyllie- ville ollicc of (he county courl-. clerk the past week. ilii?.'i.st('iita T. Ij. Ca-ssidy per- fnrined Ihc three m:iiTi:i|;'k and the names of (ho couples folloiv: Tiihnndgc Tnrn:i|>e aiitl Miw; Flora Mae Unison, both of lily- HievilJe; Wesley Solomon, ol Hun'nian, and Miss Elsio Pierce, of Blytteville; Clail Jackson ami Miss Meiba Miller, both of Holland. There are three limes as nnny parts in a piano as in an automobile. FOR ONE BLY'niKVILLE WOMAN A Business of Her l.ucally You've been thinking about a tusinc.'-r, of your own . . . you u'.int to make .some money . . . what to doV How to st;ntV Fliould it be a lea room, drt'o.'; shop, knit yooils, what? There is » proven business r,]i|:ortiniity for a woiiuni hereto open a business of her ov.\. Slie should be iiv.iturv, either in;iiiU'il or sin;;lc; pns.-;rss a real intirPst in styles and ciotlirr,; have knottiest 1 of .simple (Ii'c v ;:;making or Jiewing. Investment. yes $25. If.\pemncp. no. for you will hi; taught Hit 1 business. Write giving phone number and an interview will be arranged at your home if ycy: prcfor. Box J-61, care Courier News. Hemorrhoids-Piles CUKED WITHOUT SUKGEKY & GUARANTIED Safe, sure ami w i(h less discomfort. All diseases unfl conditions or nervous oriEin, foot ailments aiul skin cancers Irvalcd ami cured at our clinic. DRS. NIES & NIES Osteopatiilc I'liystclans 511 Ma! " I'l'Onc 08 Bljthcville, Ark. eluded the meeting. cchool Inslcad of the senior hl!j:i The dovollonal for Circle Three' iuiuilctium. wns from the 12th chapter of Luke; 'The meeting will be proceeded when Icn members ol that group ly.an executive board conlcrenu met nt the home of Mrs. John'fit 2:30 o'clock. •Buchanan. Mri: Buchanan was First - Methodist Afternoon. Chiirch Monday Circles two and four led iu attendance both having 14 present vvhile circle three had 13 and .circle, otic had 12 present. Hostesses lor Ihe social meeting which followed were: Mrs Ley Welch, Mrs. Menard. Mrs. Hentey, Mrs. John Fcatlierstoii Mrs. B. F. Kiger. Mrs. S. K. G.ir- rctt, and Mrs, Wylie. ' " - * * * Have Supper aicclins-. • Members of the Young Women 1 ? AKOCiation of the First Bsjiti-j! charge of Ihc business meeting nnd prayers irere led by Mrs. Alfred Carpenter and Mrs. R. E. Blaylock. i' Mrs. .noy ( :i]tad .cntcrlaincil the 13 mcmbcfs'-'and two visitors of Circle Four wlien they met «t her home yesterday. Mrs. R. L. Feeder gave the dovollonal from the- fourth chapter of Daniel. Mrs. Roy Head, who was In charge of (lie business, also offered prayer I In trebling your family's colds, don'tcxperimcnt or (nl:c nccxll chances...use • PROVED; BYi/GtNERATIONS Tlie Perc David's deer, which Ls represented by n single herd in England al the present, lime, sheds Its millers twice a year. QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We pay highest prices on poultry ;it nil times. $ SAVK Q MONEY-AT V CHINES MKT. US W. Main Phone 'J3 '•First Showing of New Spring f 1 "O f\ f^ 17~ O JlOLKS Juniors by GEORGIANA and MAKCY LEE Sizes 0 to 17 Colors arc clrar ;nul Uuill- ing . . . details new un',1 sprightly ... in tin's liand- Ijicked collection of wasliiibii; I'vocks for Junior Mi.sse.s. Their airy freshness i-;isls ;m aura of youthful spiriL Coorgiana JM-ocks $.1.95 lo 87.95 Marc.y Leo Frocks Sl.95, $2.95 Frocks Todav APPT '£\ £. i 1_ The loudest! evers Even after such throat-faxing scenes, ANN SOTHERN finds Luckies gentle on her throat 2. "IT WAS A KNOCKOUT in a differ- 3."GENTLE ON MY THROAT. Others attheRKO-Radio studios agree with me— Barbara Stanwyck and Herbert Marsha!!, forinstance."(Reason:the "Toasting" process expels certain throat irritants found mall tobacco.) cut sense! Imagine shouting your ' 1 do's' above the noise of a truck... 1. "IN 'SHE'S GOT EVERYTHING', my new RKO-Radio picture," says Ann Sothern, "there's a scene where the I girl gets married on a jolting truck, | and it turned out to be a knockout! .. .But for me, as an actress ... and imagine doing it 30 times! Yet, even after this throat strain, 1 still enjoyed Luckies! They're always.., 4. "NOW AS REGARDS TOBACCO... Luckies' flavor has always appealed to me very much. So 1 wai interested to read recently that Luckiea are the favorite cigarette ^mong the tobacco exports themselves," WITH MEN WHO KNOW TOBACCO •' BIST 5. AUCTIONEERS, BUYERS AND WAREHOUSEMEN must bo able to judge tobacco at a glance. Sworn records show that among independent experts, Luckies have twice as many exclusive wnokere ag all other brands combined. With men who know tobacco best.vdt'a Lu,ckjes 2 tpl.: •fe*^' t-rr*-*

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