The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 13, 1938 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS TIIUUSUAY, JANUARY 13, 1938 4.1 (^ ^Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Slmwood Cemetery Association etiiig 2:30 p. *. with Mr 5 - Her " 1 kinitl- Itated meeting O. E. S., T.M Xripas Sunday school class, First ptist clmtch meeting at church. 0 p.m. Euzelian Class of First Baptist lurch having class party. 2:30 lock with Mrs. L. S. Bcnish. Fidelis Class of First Baptist lurch meeting with Mrs. John icliaftaii Friday, 7:30 p.m. | .SATURDAY'S EVENTS Literary Department of Woman's) Jub meeting, 2:30 o'clock at club Print Sets Style of Millinery • „. , > - ••iMiiniit *"!*&' ' •' Mi' Officers. | The* Young Women's Bitilc Class, the First Baptist Church elect- dHicers at its monthly meet- Tuesday night at 7:30 at the ne : of Mrs. A. T. Cloar on Hlfjh- iMrs: Ray Small was elected «ident for this year. Oilier of- fcers were: Mrs. Lloyd Sltckmon *st-vice president; Mrs. Mull lonaghan, second vice president: Irs.-Raymond Zachary, ttiird vice Fesidcni; Miss Zola Crafton, lurlh vice president; Mrs. Rob- It Grimes, secretary; Mrs. Fr;rt bwier. assistant secretary nnd leasu'rer; Mrs, T. W. Jeltries, re- trier. A committee composed "f Irs.. Zac'hcry, Miss Crafton. and •'.}. P. Friend had previously Spared (he nominations and resented them to the group. Mrs juries, former president of the ipi' presided at Ihe meeting. [id Mrs..Lloyd Stickmon led the ivoffonal. •During ttic social hour, (lie hos- j'...Assisted by Mrs. Stickmon kid'"-Mrs. .Brown, served devil's iod cake, cotlce, and salted mils. loiinjr People Vcl.at Manila. .,,...' young people of Methodist Jiurches In Mississippi county met lucsday night at Manila lo dis- uss'-the division into two unions pd : the possibililies of organizing Colorttil sun hats printed on a bright yellow • pifiue background make this dirndl-like beach dress one of the prettiest in current southern resort collections. The wide- brimmed hat matches, exactly one of the hats on the fabric, and the shoes arc thc widely discussed ' stilt models with two-inch cork soles. Bits of News Mostly Personal had the Wednesday uiuii yesterday. Spring flowers were used tor the centerpiece of the dining room In- 'During the social refreshments were served. I Each month' a banner is given the group who has the best fccotd in attendance and altaln- EenC Thjs month the young pea- ne'flf. the Blythcville Lake Street Pollarcl, second high. West Mississippi County Union.< . I The- Manila group presented «• ],, the bridge I'.amc. Mrs. James lay. concerned with thc ways pen- H. Bell wa:; high, and Mrs. \V J Be ;are persuaded nol to BO io Imrch. Mrs. Kvcrcit B. Gee Jcirs "IV, r. E. 0. Mrs. Everett B. Gee war, initialed into Hie "D" crnlplcr of Ihe P. E. O. when .It, iiioMar' luncheon Wednes- when ' Went ot the Junior Girls' Auxihars Bridge «l its meeting Tuesday at the Firs Baptist Church. other olltcers elected were: Fran ces .Shousc. vice president; Mar Louise Reeves, necvctiuy;Dora Lc Milliorn. treasurer, Betty Black, re porter; Belly mums Wootlson. U. I'Yaiik Hlghflli, wlio formerly lived here, but Is now residing in Kcnncll, visited his brnlhci 1 , II. llfthllll, licro Wednesday night. ' ( Mrs. Chester If. Babcock aiid Mrs. K. D. Cui'iicnler arc in Mem phis loday. H. lUirhllll returned Wednesday night from a business trip to Cairo. Miss Belle. Whltsitl, who has been buying in Chicago for her iiiop, returned home today. She was accompanied by Mrs. Jo, Trlrn. of Joncstoro. They were met in Memphis by missel! Campbell, their nephew. Mrs. J. II. Olcwn returned to her home In Indianapolis today after a visit will) her sister. Mrs. Elizabeth Greene, her niece, Mrs Ed^ar Bonini. and family. Mrs. R. L.. McKiiiglit. who has been critically ill for sonic time, is no better. Eddie B. David returned home Wednesday nleht. from a business trip to Utllc Rock. Mrs. !•'. Simon and daughter. Miss Mabel, wcr c In Memphis Wednesday. E M. Murray, who has been ill at his home from Influenza and a itreptococcic throat Infection, is now .,...-, i",,>"'ve:l. tut is still confinexl to Ws home Mrs. nus Mlerow and son, Fred le, have gone to San Antonio, 'cxns. for an extended visit with Mr. Mierow's parents. Mrs. C. Hnvis Watson and (laugh- ct. Barbara, who have been ill vith influenza, arc now much better. , Charles Bcall and Lloyd Anderson, of Wilscn. were guests of Mr iud Mrs. Farmer England Tuesday night. Dr. nnd Mrs. U H.. Moore and Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Taylor wnTgo lo Memphis tonisht for an invitation clinic held by Dr. West. . feethoflist Church and the Ma- la'rbhurch tied for the award lotK paving a 100 r i record. As n ,«sult" of the tie and because its Ircup'.has more members, the Lake tre'el young people will keep the lanner for the nrsl two weeks of ihe • month. chairman of personal, service. Betty Lee McCutchen Florida Picture Mode! p. A.-.R. Has Luncheon [Tiie Char'ievoix chapter of the Daughters of the American Revol- Ltion : met at the Hotel Noble at Ene : o'clock Tuesday for luncheon Lhcn'ilrs. Guthfie King and Mrs.| Has thib Parly fames Hiil were hostesses. in 1 !.,the business meeting, dele- fcates^ arid alternates were chosen •or the slate conference in March lh« the national conference. Mrs. bames B. Clark, as regent, will be MibJ 1 ' Betty Leo ' McCutchen, daushtcr of Mr. nnd Mrs, O. \V "•^r-itclifii, was rccenlly selected . by Ihe chamber of commerce o i ("-lando. Fla.. to .pose for a series of beach pictures Illustrating a-na! tionnl advertising campaign for th' ' oi Orlando, one of Florida' D r- vunwii winter resorls. Ycung Matrons | Q|l( , c( thc ;id v crtisemcnls containing Miss McCiitclien's picture was published in last Sunday's issue me 3t. Loitis Post, Dispatch. They arc also lo appear in other metropolitan newspapers through- cut Hie country. day at' 1 -thtfshome of Mrs; B. A. Lynch. Mrs. Waller H. Baker was co-hostess lo thc 16 present. Mrs. Farmer England reviewed "Strangers at Midnight" for the group. tiiltrtains Club Mrs. Joe G. hostess to (lie- _ . „ Bridge Club al Ihe Rustic inn Tuesday aflernoon. In Uic bridge games,'ihe prize, towels, went lo Mrs. Murray Smart. A plate lunch was served. Trieschniah was ! Ihe delegate to both meetings. The Vlat^allernalcs will nc: Mrs. M. f. Us'rey, Mrs. J. E. Hasson. Miss iordelia Wilhite, Mrs. A. Conway. fend Mrs. C. C. Langston, while the alternates for the national confcr- fence will be Mrs. C. F. Tucker, and JMiss'CordcliR Wilhite. organization voted lo send Imoriey to the Becker Memorial land the Student Loan fund. Mfs. J. W. Parker was in charge •of the program "Outstanding •Homes'of America and Their His- |tory.". : Aflcrwards, there was an ^discussion in which members of famous homes they had I seen.'.';• Aii all-vellovv color scheme was used by Mrs. .1. Nick ThomaS when she arran?cd her dining rcom table lor the Tuesday Bridge club luncheon. Thc cloth was in that shncb nnd yellow tapers made Ihe center- iojeit Exhibited " The completed project work of [trie Junior'High School guidance I c!a65 : _was fen exhibition when the I Junior-Senior High School Parent I Teacher association met Wednesday I in th<! Junior High auditorium. Thc I project is R beaver board replica of tut school, buildings, occupying •niece. A three course menu was served. In the bridge g-.imcs, Mrs. Harry Kirby was high and Mrs. Chcsler K, Babcock, second high. | * * * I llil'vtiaii Kmlrnvnr To Have Wiener Roa.sl The Chrlslinn Endeavor is having \ v.icncr reist tonight at 7:30 c'clcck ot thc social hall of the First Christian Church so that thc members may become better ac- -luainlcd with their new pastor, tile Rrv. George W. Patterson. Miss Wanda Smith, president o! the group, said nil the young people of thc church arc cordially invited • * » riMin Has Guest Mrs. J. S. Smith was n gucsl nf the church ot Christ Missionary '' v- when seven members mft Tuesday at Hie home o[ Mrs. Buford Mnrlin. Mrs. Harry Sansom read Ibc scripture' nnd the meeting was Miss McCulclien. who graduated from tlie local high school, is attending Rollins College at Winter Park, Fla., near Orlando. Entertains Employes Of Phillips Motor Company Russell Phillips entertained em- >loycs of tlic Phillips Motcr cmn- with a turkey dinner at the American Legion hut Wednesday night. C. rliuncr and F. R. Jont-s. representatives of Ford Motor company in Memphis, were also guests of Mr. Phillips. Stunts provided amusement after dinner. TOO I.ATK TO CLASSIFY closed with a prayer by Mrs. E M. I practically all of the auditorium [ stage, '. Miss Charles Jcnes had charge j of the program on Safetv which I was also presented by members of | her seventh and eighth grade i guidance class. Twelve students used a radio broadcasting studio ns the background for their discussion. Questions on safety which I were .written on papers prilled from I a box,, were read and answered. i Miss Bonnie Jean Buchanan 1 played a violin solo, and Miss Dora Coppcdge read the national, prcsl- I dent's" message. In the business meeting, Mrs. Zal B. Harrison made an announcement regarding a tag day to b? held soon, proceeds ot which wtl go to' tire band. Plans were made to riicet with the other Parcn Teacher associations here lot the observance of Founders' Day. BanjMtt Bofn A daughter was bfem early today to the Rev. and MVS..S. H. Salmon, at the Blythcville hospital. The baby, who weighs nine pounds and seven ounces, was named Anna Qwynnc, for ^er ferant) in others. 7lnti< r iias Guest Mrs, Thomas K. Mahan was thc Huffman. Miss Dillahnnly Fleeted President Anne Dillahunty was elected pres- Hclr Wanlrd Ocod man with small capital lo operate service station. Call E. B. Woodson. -119. 13 ck 20. UEDUCE~"SAFELY Says Noted Authority Go to Kirby Eros., and get a bo; ol Uock-A-Water Tablets. Hcduci 10 pounds in 11 days. Thlvty-Ua> treatment only W.OO. nnd guaran tccd to make you lose fat with out dieting. —Ath OKIS has the stuff it takes!" ; says 500-Mile Speedway's 1937 Winner, WILBUR SHAW, famed as a Great American Car Designer. • You'll get a friendly lift iron this warm, usiy breakfast! It's fie in food energy, " cn in n» vor '.>' ct costs only Vi ccot per serving! Everyone, young and olJ, needs a daily supply of the precious Vitamin n,so rich in Quaker Oils, to combat nervousness; constipation and poor appetite'... .Order cither 2 '& minute /AYEHS »incapplc-Nut Rolls, do?:. quick-cooking or tc gular Quaker Oats. GET OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY ressing Tomatoes LETTUCE SWEDES uJ2i Garth .fuii'e No. 2 Cim 3 For nissc At Bliidiwoll Lavec Can CHUCK . 12c THICK RIBS Lb. 16c SHOULDER CLOD Lb. 20c pint 23c K.C. Lb. , MACKEREL SHORTKN1NG .) Lb. Carton Ucd Kidney .Ioau ot AST " 2 .idle Oenevii Silver Cvcsl 21 Lb. Sack Navy Gi't-al Noitlicin Htiickeve 1'oas No. 21/2 Citn . . .Hie No. 2 Cm . Max. }I(nisc nr Ciinova, 1 LI). Can At the Hospitals Mrs. W. R Brewer, who .is ill rom pneumonia at ihe Blythcville lospiial, Is much better. Mrs. Bill Council, of Lcachyillc ho rcccnlly underwent an operation nt . the. Blylhevllle hospital as dismissed today. John \V., Randolph, of Hayll, V paHcii™ .the SI.. Joseph's, libs pital, Meihphis. During the coronation of King Edward VII of England the ag«cl Archbishop of Canterbury placed the crown on the king':; head backward. He trembled so from weakness that everyone feared he would drop the crown. A Three Days' Coiigh Is Your Danger Signal No matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold, or bronchial irritation, you can get, relief now with Crcomulslon Serious trouble may bo brewing ano you cannot afford to take a chance with any remedy less polc'nt than Crcbmnlslon, which goes rictit U the scat of the trouble and aids nature to soothe and hcr.l the inflamec mucous membranes nnd to loosen and expel the germ-laden phlegm Fvrn if oilier remedies have failed don't bo discouraEcd, try Crcomul- sion. Your druggist Js authorized to refund your money If you arc nol thoroughly ratlEflcd with the benefits obtained from the very firs bottb. Croomulsioii inonc woril—no two, and it has no hvphen in It Ask for it plainly, sec that the nam on the bottle is Crcomiilslon. dm you'll get Hie pcnnine product ani the relief you want. (Adv.) BAKERY SPECIALS Fritlay-Salunlay- Suhriay All Day t'rcsh-Coconut Dips, Ench Cookies, dcir.. Call in y o u r order those special rolls, .pirs vr cakes. BLYTHEVILLE BAKING GO

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