The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 14, 1937 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 14, 1937
Page 5
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•rnuksliiv, Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Meeting of Music department of 'Uic Woman's club at club house, 3 p.m. Itoberla Florman having dancing party at hut, 8 p.m. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Chapters "D" and "N", P. E. O,, having luncheon meeting at homo of Mrs. T. J. Mahan. Junior-Senior V. T. A. Meets "Hobbles" was the theme taker lip in a meeting of the Junior- Senior High School Parent-Teacher Association Wednesday niter- noon when students of these two schools told of their pastimes Mrs, Martha Winburn England was leader of the program. She presented boys and girls who gave talks and Illustrated hobbles thej have. Mrs, Zal D. Harrison, in a brlel talk, stressed attendance' at the landscaping meetings each Thursday night and also urged members lo attend the meeting of tin county council at Shawnce Friday. No award was given for attend ance as at least ten mothers fron one room must be present befon an award is made. * • 4 Has Club Party Mrs. James H. Bell had tin Wednesday Bridge club this week when the only 'guest was Mrs. El ton W. Kirby. In the card games which fol lowed lunch, Mrs. Famswortl Black and Mrs. Harry Kirby wor • * » t> Music Club to Mc«t Mrs. C. E. Crlgger and Mrs. K L. Hale will be hostesses to a meeling to the Music dcpartinen of the Woman's club Friday lift ernoon, 3 o'clocek, at the Woman' club. * » • n. A. H. Has New Members Mrs. Charles Pcnn and Mrs Hiram Wylie have been cnrollei as members of the Charlcvoi chapter of the Daughters of th American Revolution and attend e a luncheon meeting Tuesday the Hotel Noble. Mrs. Guthrie King and Mrs. J. W. Parker were hostesses. In a business session, presided over by the regent, Mrs. James B. Clark, Mrs. Clark was elected delegate to the national convention meeting in Washington In April, with Mrs. O. G. cnudlil, vice regent, as alternate, and Mrs. C: F. Tucker and Mrs. C. C. Lang; ; Eton . asjsecond..altcrnates., '"'Mrs. Clark was elected delegate to the state convention, meeting In Texarkana next month with Miss Cordelia Wilhltc, Mrs. Langston and Mrs. Tucker as alternates. Mrs. R. C. Rose was leader of the program. She spoke on, "New Names for Old Things," Mrs. W. T. Oberst spoke on "Approved Schools" and Mrs. Clark on "Valley Forge." " The 17 present had lunch In the dining room with a spring bouquet of bright shades as the centerpiece for the , table. The meeting was held in the rose room. Club Mce*>;. All the members of the Tuesday Bridge club were present at the party this week when Mrs. C. R. Babcock was hostess. In the card games which followed lunch Mrs. Harry Kirby won first and Mrs. Elton W. Kirby, second high. * * * liaplisl Circles Have Meetings. Circles of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church had their first meetings of the new year Monday afternoon. The first group met at the home of the chairman, Mrs. Tom W. Jackson, who conducted the business session. The 14 present liea'rd Mrs. Walter Bishop give the devotional, from Jeremiah, and made plans for the year's activities. A salad course was served with brown bread. Circle 2, which met at the church, had seven present. Mrs. R. L. Rscd- cr gave the devotional, from Romans 12, and Mrs. R. E. Blaylock | offered prayer. Mrs. Blaylock presided in the business session. Mrs. u. W. Mulllns entertained Circle 3, \fTien eight attended. Mrs. John Williams used Proverbs 24 for the devotional reading and Mrs. W. M. Williams offered prayer. Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon conducted the business session. Cake and tea were served. Circle 4 met at the church when seven attended. Psalms 19 was read by Mrs. W. J. Hodge rs for the devotional, which was concluded with a prayer. "She conducted the business session before Mrs. Harry Fritzius gave the Bible lesson. The five members of circle 5, who attended the meeting at, the church, were led by Mrs. K. D. Marr In the devotional period, who reid from Corinthians 1. Mrs. J. H. Smart and Mrs. Roy Head said prayers. The Bible lesson was giv eh by Mrs. Head. Ccuncil Meets The Woman's Council of th First Christian church took up a study of homes of this denomina tlbn for the aged In a meetin Monday afternoon at the home o Mrs. V. O. Miller. The mothe Ross group was in charge of th program. Mrs. v, O. Holland presents ne program with Mrs. J.'D. Smith Ivlng the devotional. Mrs. George V. Barlmrii offered : prayer, Mrs. tolland spoke on "Our • Florida lome and Mrs, Bar-ham-on "Our lome In California," . , Mrs. C. A. Taut, president,.pre- Ided in the business session In which it was decided lo ' have a cup shower next Monday after- icon for .the social hall of the ihurch. Each member is asked to lontributc a white cup. This mcet- ng will be nt the home of Mrs. V. G. Holland next Monday. In the social hour, ice box frutt niddliiE nnd coffee were served. ".. • » . • •* < ' • To Have Dancing Parly, Roberta Florman will be hostess :o a number of friends Friday night for a dancing party at the hut. be- ;innlng at 8 o'clock. She will receive with Billy Chamblin and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam P!or- man. * * t Has Club Party. Mrs. Doyle Henderson had the Young Matrons Bridge club Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. Oscar Hardaway was a guest. The prize, hosiery, went to Mrs. Joe Trlesch- man. A salad plate was served with rolls. * - * * '•!!'. To Have Joint ' ' . Birthday-Parly' " '' T P. B. Jarralt and W. J. Faught have birthdays today • so Mrs Taught and Mrs. Jarratt .will have ' a —-'-- ' '•- Bits of News Mostly Personal Ernest. Halsell and Jim Crafton went to Ponioloc, Miss., yesterday on a hunting trip. Dr. J. A. Snllba attended a cllnla at the McmphU Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat hospital Tuesday. Miss Ida May Warren, who recently returned here to mako her home after, having been wllh a hospital at Hutchlnson, Kan., for the past two years, hns been spending a week at Steele as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sims Mleh- tc, She has returned here and will make her home with Mr. and Mrs. 'Harry C. Brown who arc moving to their .new house on the north highway. Miss Lillian Dietrich underwent a tonsllectomy today at the Bly- tlicvlltc hospital. Dr.' Maurice Lyons went lo Memphis today for a brief stay. Miss Adele Langston will leave tomorrow lor iwlnts of California where she will visit the Rev. and Mrs. E. K, Latlmcr at El Centre nnd a brother of her fnther at Hopevillc, Calif. She also plans lo go Into Mexico and other points of California, She will probnbly be away for two months, Charles Peun attended lo busi- sell nnd Bertha Forbes, of Little Rock, who arrived this aflcrnoon Mrs. W, B, Siillon, who has been ill several days, is better.. .Misses Mnurlne ':'• Branson ant Mary iBahi,. mid Slftii Cutchln and Norman Qulce wera lu" HempViU last night where they met Mr. Cut- chln's father, of Murray, Ky., for n biief visit. Mrs. Max Meyers returned to ay from St. Louis where she has xen with a sister, who underwen a major operation. Mr. Meyers vho accompanied her there, Mourned a week ago. ' Louis Applcbaum ah'd B. C. Paton attended to business in Men >hls yesterday, M. U Woolen loft today,for iiislncss trip tp Memphis and polnls n Mississippi. Mrs. Louise stracke and daiigh er, Miss Anita, Miss Naiicy Klrsh icr and Max Hulc)ihis were, ii Memphis yesterday'for a show', Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ball move. ;o their new hoirie at Promise Land today. Mr, Ball, who Is'scrl ously 111 from a stroke'of paralysis was moved in a Cobb: ambulance party for them tonight at • the-' ncss In Mcm 'phis Tuesday, rratt home. Members ' " ' ' Mr n " rt M " n " w " families will be guests. Entertains Cub Scouts Raymond. Martin Crawford, "den master of the Cubs, a Junior organization of the Boy Scouts recently former here, entertained lits den with a party following a business meeting Tuesday night. '.Officers elected were: Raymond Martin Crawford, den .master; Billy DeLong, assistant den 1 master; Jumes -Vest, treasurer; Herbert Swearengen, quartermaster; Raymond- Calvin, ; hike.. master; Harold Thompson, • grub master. During .the host's sister,- Dorothy Dean Crawford,' played , piano selections. Cookies,. candy and hot • chocolate were-served by Dorothy Dean and her - mother, Mrs, R'util Crawford. . • ' •' • Sir Walter'Raleigh, was lisver in America.! He only reached Newr foundland on' his voyage • to the New World. • ' - ' ; Saturday for, their home In Cleveland, O., after spending a week with Mrs. Wrolen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Langston. William Faught and Latham Stacy, who attend Arkansas State college at Jonesboro, will arrive home this afternoon to visit until Sunday as they have finished their mid-term examinations. G. E. ,Holly, of Osceola, has . been admitted to the Memphis 'Baptist hospital. Bethany Paught, who is a member of the faculty of Arkansas Slate college at Jonesboro, wll arrive home Saturday lo spend the weekend. 1 Mrs. C. C. McNeal, of Osceola has been admitted to the Gartlcy- Ramsay hospital in Memphis. Elliott Duncan of New York Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Hamse; Duncan, for several weeks. .Jesse H. Webb will leave Satur day for Kansas City to attend to business over Ihe weekend. Mr. .and Mrs. Thad Nicol: hav as tileir guests Misses Maude Wit arelessness in Trump Play Might Have Beaten Contract By WM. K.' McKKNNEY Secretary, American Bridge IxMVjue When it person takes up bridge, lie Arst tiling lie'lentils, titter studying the rudiments of the jame, is Mini otlcn addftlonal [ricks, am bo won by taking a Ithcssc, thus capitalizing'on location or nn adversely hold honor. When ho becomes ' moro proficient ho learns thai ninny hands contain honor combinations. Ihc proper play of which presents dlf- flcuUtes, and that In many of llwm oven the masters go wrong. Today's hnnrt Is simplicity 11- Eelf, nnd were It not. to Illustrate (lie principle, it. might bo considered loo "easy" to present us n problem. West's opening lead ol the king of spades hold the Irlck mid Iho Demonstration Club News Notes Lor«'ood nidge Club. The Dogwood Home Demonstration dub met at the home of Mrs. J. H. Smart Wednesday afternoon when the 1C present-included two visitors Mrs. J. p. smith, of Mississippi, who is visiting her. daugh- :er, Mrs. C. T. tlliamlhvand Mrs. Maxwell,, of Blylhevllle. The vice president,..Mrs. ,W. J. Faught, presided,In the absence of the president, Mrs.' J. " A. Payne, who is vlttting,in Chicago. It was decided to have; foods and gardening for 'trie chief activities of the :lub in 1937. Mrs. Ira, Koorili-, gave'the devotional, songs were led by Mrs. Eugene Dickinson, a posm, "Opportunity," Walter. Mitjone 1 , was rend by Mrs. Smart, : and Mrs. CarlQreen read a poem, "New Year Promises." ' Plans were made for the next meeting to be held nt the home of Mrs. Hiigh Harbe'rt, "at 11010 Holly. Blythcvillc, Jnminry 27, at >2 p.m., when Mrs.rJbhn-.Burks, Mrs. Iris Binghnm and Mrs Dickinson will give a demonstration in cooking and ciall«maiiship, along with a picture study. ^ Rcficshriients'wcrc served in the social hour. . A852 V A'62 + QJ432 + 73 4> K Q 10 4 10987 4108G2 AA9G V ,105-1 * 5 + KQ/0 V KQ1073 * AK6 + A4 Rubber—E. & W. vul. South Wcsl North Kast 1 V Pass 2 > Puss 3 V Pass 4> Pass Opening lead—A K suit wns continued. East won the third round with the ace. Thcr ho led the king of clubs, which South won with tho ace. Although tho rest of the plaj looks easy, South, by careless piny could lose it, if, for Instance, he should inakc a wrong decision as to the manner In-which tvumps should be played. Obviously, if west, holds fom trumps, ho must win a trump trick anywny, as there Is no way to pick Up ,the' outstanding cards without losing a trick. If East holds four however, with a little care Soutl can take all the tricks. If the trumps are divided three and two the hand presents no. problem. South laid down the king o: Irumps and Ihcn led a low trunii to the ace., .when West failed to Dr». Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Over Joo Isaacs' J Store "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone LUTES CljtOCEir AMD MARKET 1HIS WEEK'S SPECIAL CRYSTA'L- "We Deliver HOMESPUN FLOUR 24 Lbs. OMEGA FLOUR 10 Ib 57c; 20 Ib $1.03 5 Lbs. J 1 29 C GREEK BEANS Fancy Lb. 10 C FRESH TOMATOES Fancy Lb. 12F GREEN CABBAGE Lb. LETTUCE Large Iceberg Each TURNIPS Fresh Lb. SHEEN BEANS Blythevillc 3 Cans 25' COFFEE Maxwell House Lb. Can 27i c DATE & NUT BREAD C. & J5. Per Can SUGAR 10 LBS 49 PEARS Del Monte. : Special. Harllclt Ui. Can 10 CHUM SALMON Per Can 10 TOMATOES 3 Cans SAUSAGE Home Made.^ 100 % Pork Lb.. 15' CHEESE Wisconsin Cream Lb. 25' GROUND BEEF Pure and Wholesome Lb. 15 C BACON Home .Cured • Lb. 25 C BEEF STEW Lean and Fat Lb. HENS Full Dressed Lb. 28 C Looks like antique. Newest vogue in glassware Practical bize They won't last long at Jhis price. BRIDGE MOLD SET 4 Piece Aluminum 5 C LIGHT GLOBES JO-50 Watt Each 8 C FLOUR SIFTER Tin. With Crank Each 8 ( CLOTHES PINS 2 Dozen 5 C I 3/4 Ib., a sevr, enamel-handle Broom « 75 • fc«t smooth Clothes Line -Wire .." ;. . . ';.. First tiuality thm Gjass Tumbler. 8 for Shouse-Henry Hardware Co; Phone 35 "The Progressive Store" Today's Contract Probkm Norlli Is playing the 'coh- Iract at six no trump. Of course, his contract Is defeated nt once K ho lakes Ihe spade finesse. Cnn he muko his J2lh trick without -resorting lo that move? ^, AQJ9C5 »K9 + K1087 *K1043 4 AJV2 + 2 4 A2 , «Q54 •-VAQJ6543 None vul. Opener — V Solution in next Issue. H Bent Twigs Sought ' !n A to Z Letters CLIFTON SPRINGS, N. Y."(UP) —A unlquo hobby lias taken E. A. Mites all over tlio United States and Canada In tho past few years in search of, twigs whose natural slmpo forms one of the letters of Iho alphabet. He now has all but tho letter "i!." Miles 1ms picked up hU specimens |ti Saskatchewan, the Qraiid Canyon of Colorado, Washington, mil on southern 1 battlefields.'H« obtained many of them from New York Stnte and eastern C'nnada. In no InsUmco lids tho imtiirnl follow, Uvp he cnpluivd East's by nii'iins of n finesse. Hnil South carelessly led to Iho ace ilrst, he would have been forced to lake a blind (Inesse ngalns 1 East, or lose his contract. A good-sized,''.' healthy c!c|ihnnt in Iho Philadelphia zoo lias a dally ration of 100 pounds of timothy nay, 10 quarts of crushed ycnelft- Hc.s. nnd 18 quarts of oats and brnti. formation .of any\twlg or been altered or wht.^ shstesptaral, found sermons In stones, and boolufr 1 ' In running brooks. Miles h»» fouruJ^V" tho whole bum of human knowl^, edge, as embodied In the alphabet/". \ I In twigs and branches^-and'lncl- '•-'] dentally tramped hundreds of miles' 1 VJ on healthful hikes. Land Rush 'SYDNEY (UP)-Australlaispre' r 'y,, paling (or n renewal of some o{«-,J; tlio old lime thrills ol "larid rush 1 "-, days. One hundred thousand acres * nrc lo bo thiown open fpf sheept grazing: lands In lok of 1,600 trf- a,000 acres for those who get there first. ,- ' A Three Days' Cough | Is Your Danger Signal A cough, chest cold or bronchial |<md continuously b* adults and!" Irritation todiy may lead to berloug children. Thousands ol doctors" trouble tomorrow. You c»n rcllovolnow uso ~ uu ^r"«. "'.. «UM«™.. vvltli _ emulsified Creosote"that 'is pleasant to take. Creoraulslou 13 a medical discovery thnt olds nature to soothe and heal the infected membranes nnd to relievo the Irritation and Inflammation na Iho ecrm-ladcu phlegm Is loosened and expelled. Medical authorities havo for many years recognized the wondcr- ful effects of Bccchwood Oreosoto for treating coughs, chest colds nnd bronchial Irritations. A chemist worked'out R special process of blending Creosote wllh other In- Eredlonts so that now in Creomul- slon you get a real doss of Beechwood Cicosote which la palatable and can even be taken Irequeutly their lamlllcs and practice, and druggists .' •nnlc Creomulzioti top because In"? Jiu) genuine, original product you t ' can get a real dose of Creosote GO » emulsified that It goes to the very! scat of the trouble to help looseu and expel germ-lade a phlegm. •• '- Creomulslon la guaranteed satisfactory In tho treatment ol couah^ _!chest colds nnd bronchial troubles," especially Oioso that start with a^' common cold and hang 1 on and on, ' Got a bottlo of.Crcpmuislon right j up as directed and, II you fail to get '-satisfactory roller, he Is authorized to refund every cent of your rnoncy. / Get Crcomulsloh right DOW. (Adv.) - JANUARY HOME TESTED 29c Wilson Henry Sliecial Offer! 81 Inch IJnblent'hcd SHEETING 16c Yd. Take advantage- low price now. quantity I of this Limited A Grand Bargain! 8!x9S Inch Rlcaclicd SHEETS 50c Never again nt this low priccl Bought lo sell for much more. Special OfTcr! Birdseyc Weave DIAPERS 6for47c Size- 27x27 inch's, soft smooth Birdseyc cloth. Hemmed. A real bargain! A Value Hit! Men's Shirts-Shorts 12cEa, Specinl Offwl Cannon Made TOWELS 8cEa. 18x30 Inches. ; Unusual nt this pi ice!, Limited miau- tltyl \ - 1 - - i.i ^ Sensationally priced! Women's GOWNS 39c Of fine otitliiK- flannel, nicely trimmed, ' | fancy stripes, nll ! sizes, Special January Fea- ture!' Unbleached • SHEETS 37c 01x00 i indies unhommcd. A limited quantity. We advlso early shopping. T5ig Values! <12x3fl Inch Pillow Cases 8cEa. Smooth, firm muslin, good quality. They're bargains! First come, first served! Just Received Ladies' Low Priced Rayon PANTIES 14c Pr. Novelty knit rayons, lace trimmed. Medium nnd large sizes. 'Another Scoop! Tailored or Fringed PANELS 17c Ea. atthlsbargain! 'Novelty net or plain marquisette in ecru. Popular sizes. Another Scoop! Spc'cia'l Purchase Ladies' Novelty Shoes ' Fast colors, savings! full cut. Big 'Another Scoop! -.'.'-Men's. Dress Shirts 63c Guaranteed fast colors.- Nu-draft'.collars. We'ad- visc early shopping. Straps, Ties nnd Pumps. Odd loU> nnd broken sizes of high priced shoes. Special For Hoys! Super Lit lie Mac SHIRTS New low • price, - reduced ; from 59c.' Blue or grey Chambray.''Air;slzt5. Idear for school 'wear I • ' Rxlra Special! First Quality, 3-Snap Galoshes 98c For women • or children. High or Mow heels. First' quality pliable rubber with •wool lining. Special For the Men! First Quality Storm RUBBERS 98c Penco brand, good quality, sturdy rubber with non-slip soles and heels. BUY A SUPPLY BEFORE PRICES GO HIGH PENNEY COMPAN-Y, Incurporatod

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