The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 20, 1938 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 20, 1938
Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1938 Caruthersville -Society — Personal j program under the leadership of Mrs. Warner I,. Clark jr. A devotional. "David's Orcat OfTcrlng for (he Temple", was read by Mr.s. li. O. WIVklns. In observance of the mmlvcrsnvy. the genera! thom e for the iirugrnm was "Along A Golden I'alh", discussed by Mrs J. 1. Mifllin. "A Oo\Aen Today" given by Mrs lny Nine Bridge Cprknm. "A CioUten Wan, Monday night at the home presented by Mrs. Chares Eva Miss Elizabeth Fields were 'Golden Allies by Mr.s. Join cynthta Robinson and Jewel rhwcnU. "A Golden Outlook" c WDUana fine hostess presented Uded the pnarara niul was dl, Miss Robinson with a .waste basket, Missed by Mrs. C B. Wood. and Miss Williams received a iiov- The next meetlm; *ilt IH liel elty pincushion and lipstck towels. In "ic h°"« <* «''»• Or " ver 1)r|l;c Miss Fields served refreshments. I at 2:30 p.m. Nfrs. Charles corkran led the study course on "Adolescent Problems." Mrs U. O. Wllkllis, Mrs. C. I!. 1 , '" , , Wood and Mrs. J. J. Johnston lo;k lllc Woman's Missionary Union ivirt "• " •> mn vvejlles( | il y „(, Ulc cointniinlly 1 . , . j l>ulld!ir{. Alter Ihe business moel- rlub Mrs. .lessc Brown, Mrs. Ram }io- ; wen. Mrs.'.'ll H' un:l Mrs. Joe II. Hires ure sittendlnst Ihe l?a Blveii by Mrs, nwlght Hlflckuoud, of Osceolu, In honor of her daiijh- tcr, Miss Virginia. Mrs. fine Rrown lins b?t>:i called 1,0 Memphis on account of the sud- cn Illness ol Hays uuwan, san-iu- ; iw, who iiiuliirwenl an;i'ncy Mr.;. chairman, presented Mrs. Hiuvey (iray, Mrs, Hoy Kersey, Miss Helen n iw. Mrs. Q. A. Bullard. nnd Mrs. A. I,. Holland, who gave Uilks. | Mrs, John Thompson was hostess to group .six ol Hie Home Demon- program istrutlon Clul) for an all day meet- Mrs. McDonald Entertained Jolly Nines Mrs., John McDonald entertained the Jolly Nine Club at the Eat Shop Monday.' Mrs. Erhesl Hazel was a guest. At the conclusion ol play, Miss Swan Naylor held high score and received hosiery. Mrs. Hazel, holding second high, received a gold belt. The hostess served refreshments. | .-..*•* • Missionary Circle Organized I Mrs. Gage Knight, enlistment [chairman of the W. M. U. of the •Baptist Church, organized a new „. ,. „ _, • circle, composed of business women panl Young participating, hilro- lin' the church, Monday night. It | clue eel the subject lor Hie stud j-was named the "Una Roberts Law- Irence Circle." Officers were elected; [Mrs. Lydla Evenson, president; Mis; [Viola Nichols, first vice president I Mrs. S, C. Steplmn. second vie j president: Miss Alice Luten, tliln I vice president; Mrs. Albert Wnlke- 1 secretary; Miss Ruby Kelley, treas |ur«r; Mrs. Leon Fllppen. person? | service chairman. Mrs. Clyde Baile |and Mrs. Virgil Davis were appoint group captains and assistant «i [listment chairmen. Mrs, Knight led the program, an Mrs. Milflin, assisted by Mvi Lillian FUear, served refreshment. P. T. A. Meets 'Hie I/.ixora I'areiil-'reachcrs As iociatton met Wednesday ufternooi In the high school auditorium A musical projiam wns presontet 'iy the high school music depart nent: Miss Loreeiie Edwurds, plain •,olo. James. Llo;d Edwards, come ;olo; Mrs. 11. O. Wilkins anil duu'jli ter, Ann Clalro, piano duet. A play' I let. "Sixty Mlle^s from Hume", ill reeled liy Mrs. Mattlc poison will Dltsy Sillman, Billy I,anj>slon, B D. Wilklns jr.. Fred Punk-ecey an I grape punch 1 served. and cookies wen I Throat Raw? Catching Cold? 'j^rylo wl'Ji '/.oiilto—1 tcA.?poon ofXorJIo I uilf glass wini^r. XanHflsy.lHints t^otetjflit hatl (Ujy other popular. HM-l>otsonous mil :tp:M SUuulnnl liilwralory ti*t» P'C'C llil '/.cinJtc destroys all l^inils of colil RCrnis—( vnlaclt Anil U eootlus your llir&'it ni t] linivv V'oii can tuslf ai\it atnutUy ft Mrs. illghts Burcli of Osceola I Ark., spent Wednesday with Mrs lEarl Bernard and other friend?. moMiireinonts have been ?-" fr'-'iri '.It. am'.-TkFT.v Vl'V,::; ••• | Albright, of Slkeston, nnnounclt I the birth of an eight pound dnugb I ter. Mrs. Albright was Miss Robb!< rwln before her marriage. . 6. E. Hooker returned • Wetlnes- I day from Jefferson,City, where lu I attended to legal business. [ • Mrs. Warner Phillips- spent Tues I day'In New Madrid with relatives f arid friends. Mrs. C. W. Curlln nnd daughter I Miss Dollye. who have spent'sov \ eral months here with Mrs. Cur f lin's relatives, have returned t Hlckm'anV Ky. 1 Miss Gladys • Nichols, a teachc f in the.Blves schools, spent the wee | end here with relatives, f Mrsi B. "M. 'Armour, who spei the past .three weeks with relative, L at Anrotyf-Miss:, has returned horn Mr. "and Mrs Gordon Wright ar spending the week with elatlves a LMinteFcity, Miss. { Word has been received here tha Charles Edwards, nephew of Sa I and John Edwards, died sudden fin Fulton' rfrpm a heart attac i Charles and his sister, June, htu [ visited here a number of Umes. '.unite's medicinal cffrcll Ki^Ht nwai'. y<» limit r«ls ix Her. Cut /oiilli' :>t yoiu- dru •Ill's today! Oarulo at oilru mill Mfirl Ulllii c roll! iwniusln your lliroat. ll'rVe pmlli nt Zemin's (/uict itvills trill |>to>c |/o ing Tuesday, when there were nineteen members and two visitors present. Mrs. Dewey Hudson, president, was in charge of the business session, a covered dish luncheon was served at noon, and the program was given by Mrs. Pred Dal- las, Mrs. laPlttc Wilson, Mrs. chr- ence white, and Mrs. Robert Poloy. Mrs. J. Jl. Wilson and Miss Helen Shaw wore guests speakers. Mis. Hattie Gossien, supervisor, gave a cabbage rc!l demonstration. The only commodity that requires refrigerated transportation in Uruguay Is meat, _,'; ,j Sportsmen tire using kites Hint «•!!,.- oud dip like birds to train their dogs to retrieve fallen game. Harry .Scolt, (,f Wynne, and "Hull-; j y" Ucoll, of Momiilils, visited reh-!| .vcs and friend:; Tuesday. I Tin 1 Rev. \i. }'. ['lemming \v«'. un- ! ble to fill Ills plan; In Itio l!u;itist! >ull>li .Smxliiy on nccounl of u cvorc attack of Inliui'ii/a, He h i omewhitl Improved at this llnic. | Mis. R. I,, Hom'k lius ie:;uuirdi :er schoolroom duties after lining ! absent Monday on iiccuiml ol ill-' less. i BETWEEN IS All, Hubert Utley's Service Station and Cafe I.cailinjf Jirumls of WliKkcy, Wine, (iins And Onrdials l)i:,M.i;[l IN — Hay — & — <lr;ilns I'dll.l.H'S Ofi CiAS U\ic TAX I'AID OIOAIIETTUS 2 pk. ?.!>!• ur $1.15 per Carton 24 Hour Service H.lV. 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