The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 24, 1938 · Page 2
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PAGE TW<? (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ' : Social Calendar ' TUESDAY'S ^EV Mrs, Floyd White entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. Yoi(ng Matron's BJ'WeP • CluU inciting \v>Ui Mrs. 'Doyle Haider «!>»• ... WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. J. Pollard liiiving Hie Wednesday Bridge Club.- Thursday BrUgc Club N meeting \vlt5t 'Mr^. 'Roland Green. 'Octillion'- Club meeting at. V:30 pju. at American. Legion Hut. Ladies' Bible Study of Church of Christ meeting, with Mrs. B F. Slicitoti at 2:30 o'clock. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, J. L-ouis Cherry, having Die Mld-Week Bridge Club. Thmsday Afternoon Club meeting with Mrs. Eddie Regeuojd. Mrs,. Ross -D. Hughes entertaining the Thursday liU.nch.fon Club Thursday Contract Cluli with Mrs, P. 13. Joyiier. FBIDAY'S EVENTS Stated meeting b. E. 8. nt 7:30 p. in. al the Hall. .Wonian's CHi'J having Ecneru ineeting »t clito house at 2:30 o'clock r following executive board luncheon. • Democratic Officials Bits of News Mostly Personal -*lilcl, and PorUy- Jordan, <ill of Knlii.riiiwpp, (Well,, arrived Wcd-j lny to visit friends and relatives. Mrs, Nichols will be the nest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Lee Stiles, vyhile Mrs. I.cidel and Mr. Jordan will visit Mrs, U. I,. Htlles. Mrs, J. H. ciune went to Paragould. Kimday to be with her sister. Mrs. Charles c. Crown, who Is very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Clrceu hud as llieir guests Sunday Mrs. Green's sister. Mrs. J. A. Plgg. Mr. Pigif aiicl daughter, Evelyn Jeaj- und. Miss Clarice Little, all ot Osceola. Miss Mai-guerlln'SteRall. MUs, MONDAY, JANUARY 24, 1935 Mrs. B. A. Hslicr went to psce- Saturday to be with h«r Jimmlo "" ~ " win; is cmlte ill. Deputy Sheriff Arch Undsey and Constable J. C. Dublw are In Little Hock today where they arc Osceola Girl Is ' To lie Arkansas'' D.A.K. "Pilgrim" Ark.. Jan, 'ai.-Mlss Ann Snnmcs flarbiers. popular Osceola high school senior, will be qs' representative iri the 1938 D. A. H, pood Citizenship pilgrimage to Washington h> April, according to n telegram received by her ljipr, Mrs. Maggie Barblers. 'Jl.ic good citizenship contest is well, of'Osceola and R\&\\ U- f»J«x- Wadc Qnlnii 1 well w.\d Carl B, Maxwell, of MCIII- ' phis. pllflprd (loyucr, of Union City, 1'ciulm; Jury. before n federal grand Tl\e condition of Joe Isaacs, who lias been 111 for more than a week, \f, much Improved. He Is now coi]- volcsclnu and will probably be able to lie out later In the wcett. ' Ml.™ Sum Jo Little, Miss Frances Little. Miss Vlrglnl* Little, Tcnn,. c(m\e »i?lit for » uhbrt visit here. He was ii«om- lianlcd liw.ne Runway by M'S- Joy- iicr, who had been visiting her parents. Mr. ai\d Men- J, E. \Yhil- worlh, fov Ihc past week. Mr. and Mrs. 'Ejirl Treadivav siicnl Pmidiu' li\ ArksbuO^ Miss,, with Mrs. Treadway's mother, Mrs. Molly Scott, and sister. Miss Verna Scolt. Mrs. i'om Boyles. «'lw 1ms been quite 111 for several days, is much Ciycs Dance £6rty guests were present at Mrs. S. S. Slci-iibcrc Mrs. S. S. -Sternbei'g, J'lrst Dla- trict clialrinan of Ihc Arkansas Democratic Women's club, above, will preside at (tie annual mcotini; to l)e held Wednesday ul Forrest City. Miss Suzanne Chaltant of Fay- J "¥fe ciauco was in honor of the ' *"' «? (c , <*"*"**"„ ?, f , , U !? ciglit, mid-term B radimte s of Hie « ro '"' (rt11 be " 1C 1 "" lc "«" liifjli school: Lloyd. V. Wise, Henry s l' c "'''- r - •WKsfin, Blan S. Heath. LeRpy Brown, Jolly Sparks, James Bur- the" (J.afice given .by members of ' lh<$:;,31ythGvlllc Alhlclic • Club at the, Woman's Club house Friday me Jiere with Mrs. D. B. .Cook Ecvernl days. Mr, Llltle is \\lio is 111. Mr. mid Mrs. Byron Hall bnl;y, o( Blylhcvllle. were mill Tom Little Jr., were In Mem- better today, ilil Sunday to sec their father,' Dr. and Mrs, I,. Iftwtau, of Os- TOIII A. Ivillle. who Is 111 nt the cecla, were (qnpheon etiesU of Mr. Mclliodlst hcspllul. They were ac- and Mrs. M. Fitisliiuvions Sunday, companies home by Mrs. Little, Ttie.y drove to Memphis for dinner vvlio liad been down there for and later attended the Orpucum -,. r — — ~ now theatre for the Jan Oarber pro- stcadily improving. | grain, and! Mrs. Fred Warren, MUss Marjo-' Miss Bra Wright spent Sunday WcdiiOHlny, Mrs. remaining for ii lives. J. ille, were heretic Warren. Miss Mary Frances in Osceola with her brother, Ira Null and baby, Cucrlii, Miss Bonnie Jeanno 3uch- Wright and fnnilly. visit with, rcla-, arinn, Mtss \Vyneltc SheplierU,' Walter Rosenthjvl left Swulnv Mies Marian Toiupklris, and Miss night foe SI. Louis where lie will ales each year, : the natloaiil organization of the Daughters of the rtcv- olullon. candidates arc elected by tllc student body cf their respective schools because of Iliclr depeiKlnbll- It-y, service, leadership nnd patriot- Ism. The forty-eight winners will be the guests of the Continental Congress In Washington. Their presentation before Ihc congress is cue of the Important events ot the gathering. Behind each "pilgrim" ivlll he (lie flag ot her state. As each cirl i; presented, stale delegations will cheer. The "pilgrims" of last Apr! have formed a clulj known as tin "D. A. R. Pilgrims ot the Ainericai Revolution." The objective is t promote good citizenship and t cultivate Ihc friendships formed in the project. Miss Barblers conies from an illustrious family, Mug the great granddaughter of Admiral Raphael Scmmes of Civil War fame and ton,: Hildred Bunch, and Calvin W .B. Gilbert, who will net (is ,a committee In iiuike plans fov Iliu Sfpody. Sharing lionore with these j third clnnce, will present their, rc- boj'5 were members of Ihc May ••- • • •• ...... • t'ra.duatiiiE class, '• • '» » » Aimurcl P. T. A. to qicetlug Wednesday night Kv.t. the An apliroprialion of $34 to the'Ivy \\\ Cniwford library for books to be used. as' Tu s&tak Al Mcislitiar .supplementary reading was made i vy w. Qrawford. Mlr.slsslppl by.;.the Armorel P<ircnt Tcmhcr ccuuty representative, will speak Association at a meeting Thji;*-! a j, „ meeting of Uic Business mid' day. The yrouji also voted lo five Professional Woimm'K Club nt the five .dollars to the Roosevelt blrlh-1 Hctnl Noble at 7:30 o'clock today' fund. . i llig , lt . Miss DcJla Piirlle, study club M(ss Com IjCD .co\cmn,u, a mom- leader, hrirt as the guest speaker,' i, r r O f die orgtinlrotlon. will ma(;c Mr£. Ira Gray, of BlylhevlHc, who a ; iiort talk on the constitution talked on "How a Parent Lca~:s c ,[ ihc United Stales in canyinc at.Home Wort:." The Rev. C. .b/cut the regular program. Bishop led in;prnyer. | _. In the rg^jg^x)ui)t., .the rooms' of 'ii.Ugiricliienci Matthews, Mis.- yT. 0. Harljoodj iliar prize which t iom having tlvi, present. [ the social hour, WU-> Miss Purlle, Mrs. Alice Wornack,.,and Mrs. : Giiylen B.roi h erton served refreshments. , Society — Personal Has Slti(]y Cpurse liccciil Bnilr Hounrcil. ' Mrs - AwUrcy Mooring cnlcrtain- W. Cox transacted business Winifred Crawford were In Mem- do spring buyiiig for the New York Parngonld Tuesday. | p\>\s .Saturday for the Jail Gi>r- Store. Mrs. W. Owen Bluo o.t Blythc- bcr'.performance at tho Orplieum.' Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tattle, who ville. Mrs. Fred L. Grable and 1 Don.ald Pctllt spent lh(s weekend recc'iitly moved to Charleston. Mo.- Mips Jaync Scvier of Jftcltson,! lii Mcmp.n(s. whore Mr. Tuntc Is in cliavgc of Mlcli., ivcre guesls pf Mrs. llo«'-| Miss Helen Qrlnies, who Hitler- soiiis levee work, spent Siiiiclny liere ard perry Wednesday. | we.n| ?,u a.piicndectoniy a.t tho Bly^ l\s Ihe guests at Mr. nntl Mrs. Mrs. Luln Rlcgs was callpd to H\oyll|e llfisplla) three .\vccks v\gp. George W. flarhaiiA. (Ar. n.ntl Mrs. Finger, Term., Saturday to be wllli (s.np.w (inurovlng rap.idly. • Keimcth .Jones are riow living In her inothcr, Mrs. Jordan O'Neal,; GcqrgP Wale, jr., .of Slkcstp.u, \v?s It'e Tante hoiiie 0,1) Daiigjin ave- •apla.Ii) of the Confederate ship, Alabama." in addition to being wcsldent of the senior class this year, the Is the president of the Junior Progressive Club, past president of the Booster Club, member ot the basketball team, and Kecre- iry-of the Primary department of he Methodist Sunday School. At the Hospitals Mrs. Clara Jordan, route One, :IBK been admitted to the Blytheville hospital, being taken In a Colib ambulance. Mrrs. Hubert Utley, of Holland, was aclmllicd lo the Blythevlllc iio.'pilal yesterday. Mrs. Gallic l.eaiy, roiile 1'wn was admitted to the Blythevlllc hcspilat yesterday. J. [.-. Aslicralt, Cougar avtniic, uiuleriveiiL :i toiisileotOdij Saturday nl the Garlly-Ramsay- ' ' hospital, Memphis. Mrs. Sam Simmons, of Dell, is a patient at the Mcmjihls Baptist, hospital, Jessie Jones, of Slcelc, was tak- '. en to the Memphis Methodist hospital Sunday. I fj. G. W. Barham Speaks To Osceola Rotarians George W. Barham will speak at a luncheon .meeting of the Rotary Club hi Osceola Tuesday. Miv Bailiam's talk will concern the tuberculosis work being done in Mississippi County. ycrterday at Ihe Hlytlievllle pilul. H. A. Milhorn, of Osccola, ha« "Sly Slu'n Was Full of i'iinplcs and Blcmishcii from Cunstipaliovi" .'.•ay.'i Vcma Kclilcpp: "Since tiiiii!; been ndinitted (o Methodist hospital. A Mrs. son was born to Mr. and W. D. Vauehan, of Osccola, hos-| Adleriha the pimples are gone. My/ skin K Mnnoth and glows \vitli' , health." Adlcrika washes BOTH bou'els', and relieves constipation that so often aggravates a bad Cftiuplcxion. Kirby Bros, Drug Co. Adv. 3 Memphis who i Mrs. Ecrlusly 111. Maxic Travis and (laugh will cvxlcr I Ho Icr. Phyllis, cf Clnrkton, Mo., were' i'oiytciijli.nlc Ii»s(d.tuto pt of Jicr pnrcnls, Mr. and -ill.,. next vvce(t. Mrs. W. G. TinvcaU, Snndny. 1« Bly.llipvUle today on :.b,u,sl,ness. «ue. V, Ani.ong those who went to Mem- j, ; phis Simday for (|ic in\ .Qarlier Fhcw at the Orplieiliii were: . ; Hftlo To Attend Democratic Party District Session A nunibcr of Blythcvllle womsn isro planning to p.Ucnd llio nn-j mis) mecllng of tlic Fifth District Mr. Mill Mrs. J, L. Guard were Brogdon, Miss Evelyn -Blythe. Miss Ihc 'guests of Mr. and Mrs! George 'Elizabeth Blythc, Mrs. Louise I-. Il.ale In Slfceslou S\nid.ay. Mr. Slrnckc, Miss Anlla Slrncke, Miss nnil Mrs. Guard were «ci;oinp.aii- Aiidlcy Blytbc. Miss Mable Jo W^ll- led home by their' daughter! 'MJ'SS so ". M'ss Thelma Wells, Mrs. Clyde | Molly Guard, who iiad been in Nichols.oii, Mrs. Jess Hornor, Mrs. SIKcston fjncp frUiny. ' ']l)iek Potter, G'corge Grear, Ralph Rqftafjc- I( '"nar, J"j-iink Bell, Latham ataey, 11 \vns in business of Arknnsiis clnl). which Is to be held at Forrest City, Wcdncrrlay. Mrs, s. S. .ttcrnbcrg, district clidinnnn, .will preside. Edwards. Utho Burncs. ami TAKE WEIGHT OFF TIRED FEET late Fal The Eaty Way— Witfa^ut Slarrxtioa Dieli, or Back-BrtaVIag, Bending tnd Rolling Eierciiti. (f yuur fret an.l nnklrjt ftrl tired anil actio nil • m-cr — liccftti-ic you nrc currying loo imicli fal — dn somolhinu about it. Try \}w trontnu'iit tVinl luis hplpci! millions lo rc'Juee L-XC««'WL'lKhl. There's n icuscin why so many people find lU'Uinr alow ani,l o£U'i limps futile In rc- ihltiiiK- Tlic reason, itoclons any, is often liLCiuisL- i\ Hule v\nnd is not worhinK iiKht. All Ibf blood in .voiir 1'udy i*o?s thruuj;h this'tinj- Klanit sixteen liint-s i.vcry Any. If it doc-jn't iwir intci (he bl««il strcnni about niu-.ainl ottc-hnU drops of vi(jtl fluiil every lionifi. omiiy Pcoi'le (.ihu on TIH!>- /nt. .When waiter Is at its worst in Vcrkmoynmlil, Siberia, liic exhaled' vaiiqr of one'? bveiith ci ystulliKcs into needles of ice, making breathing painful. , cud ii- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klrby visit-' cil friends aud. relatives In -Pa goiild Sunday. ' i_. Mrs. -Whit Goodiyian and (teugh- Irr. Lee, al 'Mompliis, arrived Sill- lay to visit Mrs. Goodman's! parents, Df. nnd M,rs. Fred D. '('|re .null In Burma, laltooing 5s regarded _ ; as a line art. TOO LATtf TO CLASSIFY '('he loii.i is topthless, but froe; have tcctli.. ARC YOU of study, nt the meeting of the! Nazarene Woman's Missioimry So- i Hancock ii ciety Thursday afternoon nl the! .hn-ne of Mrs. J. L. TJTOIIC. The Hcv. Euplia D. Besslcy o])cn- ed the meeting with prayer, fol- t.Brcsidt'd at ISH's. Stanley 1 Mrs.- L. B. Hubbard (he tea table. Weak, Pale? llouiloil lews— Jlri. mil} . PIlMcr S106 Scluitcr <,i, ,ij» : "A trhlnc <ns so as Dinner. Par^y. Miss Patsy Staudenmuyer lowing, which the study course was tertaincd Miss Nell Rose , Pace, of conducted. The closing prayer was. Lcachyillc, D.ile Sell, Son • Jack- offered by Mrs. Ossir Alexander. Eleven members were present al this meeting. The group will again ineet n,'ith -Mrs. Tyro:ic nest Thursday for a social hour. and J. R. Wallace, of Mo- iiclle. with n dinner party Friday night. The table was dcco- ;alc<l and lighted with taper. 1 ;. DaughfcT "Barn. phis. A daughter was oorn to Mr. nml|~ Mrs. Roland AVells Sunday at tlie ( £^ BlytheviUc .hospital. The baby has not yet teen named. 'The Wells live at 1703' Sycamore street. Club Plans Dance The , Blythcville Cotillion Clip v.ill give i(s third dance Friday night al the American Leglpn Hut. The club, composed of 4D young married .couples, was organised 3ast fall ami-gave its' first ciance during "the Thanksgiving holidays. This was followsd by a dance during the" Christmas vacation. Mrs. Shelboiirnc Bren'er. Mrs. Bernard AMai, Dixie Crawford and Mrs. .Forrest 13. Parker of Mcm- 'nnd daughter, Ltndii Dec, STOPPED -UP NOSTRILS] Insert Menlliolatum, Help opcnyouruosei Coollni and soothing. The sluffiness Joes. Nichols, .Mrs. Tony iKoseland. wheel for Chevrolet I'.-j Rowiud. W. A. • Whistle, Ulfl'i .-II V01IT mi, h caiinei I , ca 1I1C i ami slroiiBtt yoil kt) ailtr usiiiR lliis Ionic. OPEN FOR BUSINESS (N(:\Y M41V4GEMKNT) NEW DINING ROOM AT UNCLE BILLIE'S (TOURIST COURT SOUTH .CIT1' VIMITS- ON HIGHWAY 61 Private Dining Rooin '*>i Music Private Booths .' HointvJBpbklng ' , Sp'edal Club Breakfast * Hot Biscuit all the Time Fit iRarbecuc Barbecued Hlbs Sandwiches Filed iChickep • Sizzling Steaks Kalian Spaghetti Dinners '"' Liinclics - Drinkc I- .PAKT1KS INVn'ED—I'HONE M5 - v PLENTY OF PAItKING SPAOK O/Vci :COP?|FORT Dally HERE COMES THE BRIDE Down ihe enchanted aisle toward her new life and initiation os Home Manager afler relurn from the honeymoon. She should know belter dry cleaning costs less, because clolhes keep .clean and fresh longer. Gar- monls cleaned here must pass rigid inspeclion- :nover delivered, until they — ~~. — ..-. receive our final O K, NU-WAIAlWiftY-CLEftNERS ANNOUNCEMENT We ^Vlsll to announce that we hjive acquivedlhe business ot W. T. BARNEITT AUTO SALES CO. winch \ve -will continue lo .operate at ihe same location al i 17 East Mam sired. In ihe [utuve the firm will he known as the BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO, In taking over this business we, the new owners, are conscious o{ our obligation to conlniue (lie same high Stamford of service lo ihc patrons of this concern, which we will do lo the host of our ability. We are thoroughly familiar with the automobile business as we have operated ,the Dodge and Plymouth agency al CarulK- ersville for several years, and we uivilc you lo.call on us for anything you need in our line. BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. Phone SSS 117-1S liasl -Main Bodge-Plymouth Sales and Service L. K. Van ATTENTION LADIES PRICES FOR STUDENT BEAUTY WORK execs- Thii ftiitd h\ls.s'lS«turc'to '"h^rn'vii' 7 fiuifl «nii fatly tissue In much the sa^nc \v«iy it'i R. ycit>il "drnfl" acts in R fuiBftct'. Now. vriystdans ponifcat this condition by (vL<liii^ Uiis gland tl\o substance it lacks — - iina millions of iinimdu of excess fnl IHJVH, wijiftl mil in this \vay. MsiTJuoliv Prtscrirtinn tablets cnntnin the siimi? cU'iiK-ii_i iiLcsctilml liy most doctors Jn treating ttiuir fnl p.ilicnU. ix> don't your liiiit' or uipncy sir!vim: to rctlucc irilh stjirvntinn Oicts or linck-btcaVin:.; cicrcifirs, at net thf Murmoln IrenJimmt tmlay that inil^otia have uscil s«ccpssfully lo get rid of cxccr-s fid. The fonmtlR is in uvcry (mx SQ >-0»i know just whnt you arc tnkinK. Don't «-ait-",p(;{, R box of Marmola lodny froi yonr u^rUKgiat. Shampoo, Set & Dry Wet Set Hair Cut -, Nerk Clip .,-.,.. OU Sliumpoo Oil TrcahnciiL FcMiiuneiils §1.00, rcrmiineuts .,..-$2.50, .Z5c .lie ,,10c ..bflc ..75c S1.75 J3.30 i/;iir Dye WUli Set ..51.5'J Henna 1'ack, Kbampoo included 75c Color Ilinsrs lOc & 25c I'aiial SOc & 75c Manicures 25c Oil Manicures sflc Brow i Lash Bye 35u ' All Work !a Under the Supervision Of Our EXPERTS AND IS GUARANTEE!) You May Enroll in Our Beauty School Now! NOTICE - - - Miss Hazel i,,i cris i s now connected with Hie Eagle Beauty ouoppe and v.ill be clad to hare her customers call on her fur the same, careful aUenlion and prices RS before. Eagle School o! Beauty Culture Cooper lildtf. 2nd & Wnlnul Phone 319 : Hemoirhoids-Piles CURED WITHOUT SURGERY & GUARANTIiKI) Safe, sure iind with tcss disccmfort. All diseases au:l cflnditions of nervous origin, foot ailments and skin cancers treated and curcil al our clinic, DRS. NjGES & NIES Osicopathlo. I'hjslclaru 514 Main . !• Pho^e 98 Bljtbcflllc, Ark. We m again ready to do business m Fail Terms, one-half t his applies on .unulhiiiff OH our slock provided bill ((mounts to as much us SdO, Blutneville, Ark.

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