The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 21, 1937 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 21, 1937
Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK,) COURIER NEWS Steele-Coot6r Society — Personal ''.-Tlie Woman'!) Missionary society of Steelc was entertained-In the home of Mrs. Ed Marsh Mpn- dsy afternoon. Next Monday nft- e'rncoh - Ihe society; will meet In the home of Mrs. Alvln Stephens with Mrs. E. E, Benton, Mrs. Buford Speneo'and Mrs. 0. E. Miller as hostesses* Mrs. Tom Lewis was hostess • Friday night nt'a party In honor of the blrlhdny of Mrs. Ruel Asher. Bunco was played and Ihe high-score.'award went lo Miss Mnrgrete McClure, , )ow score lo , Miss-'• Elizabeth Huey and the bunco prize lo Mrs. Hugh Mlchlc Ji Truman Brown Is confined lo hH home wllh the flu: John Terry has returned to Centaur. .Mo.,'where he is stationed at'a C.CiC, Camp, nfler a 'visit here with his mother, Mrs. Lonnle Mr. and Mis Oli.s Fowler'Of Dell, Aik., spent las^ .weekend here as guests of Mr. nnd ; ids G W. Fowler L N. Janes nnd Jessie Welng- fleld arc nllendun; to business In Arkansas. Miss Loiene Rushing who has been allcndiug college 'In Joncsbcio. hns letmned home Mr. nnd Mrs. a. \y. Cook and children, George Wade nnd Vir- flinln. left over the week end for their cabin at Nortliport, Ala., lo nwnd se\crnl weeks. They plan to spend n few days In Florida before reluming home. Joe Azblll Is confined to his , home with an Infected knee, the result of n basketball injury. Tlie Woman's Missionary society of the Cooler Baptist church met, In Ihe home of Mrs. J. M McClure Monday nftcinoon will! ."even members present. They will meet neU week with Mis Susie Biooks. Mr. nnd Mis. H. A. Spence have received word that" their son Roy W. Spence of Little Rock, Aik., who has been seriously 111 with' pneumonia. Is very Imich Improved and has been removed from the hospital to his home In LIUlo Rock Mr. nnd Mrs N. Jones of Dyers.- 1 'buig, Tenn. spent Sunday here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. ' N. Johnson. Ray Jones of Cooler left Wednesday fo rn business visit lo Malvern, Ark. While there he will ' vlsil in the home of Mr. and Mis. Graddy Hughes, yvhllc he Is gone Mrs. Jones will • stny in Sleele wllh. her brother ."and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Elwaod Brown. Mis. Burll Harper lias relumed - to her home In Shieveport, La., nfler a visit hcic with Iilands and .relatives. Mrs. L. Burton, who underwent hcsoltal leccnlly. h improving. Mr. nnd Mis ( Cecil Byrd ] "FLAPPER FANNY Bysyivia t ji • iim net?tincmvict,INC. r.M.uo.ti.t.m.orr.— . J "'I'Jie veil? Why, il's supposed to Iciut mystery.' "Huh! The only mystery to me is« liv.vimc <;irU ivcar Via'' Julllcl Frank, at Campbell's .bllnlc In. Memphis Sunday. They also visited Mrs. B. German of this city who Is in the .-Baptist, hospital, where she' underwent n'n operation lust week. Both ..arc Improving. ''''.'•'.:" •'.' '; Lester McUrldc has returned- lo his home lii Laurel, Miss., but his wife will remain here for a longer visit wllh her parents, Rev, and Mrs. M. A. Mnsscy. Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. Reno celebrated their eighth wedding anniversary with n dinner party nicsday night: The guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. -Ralph Ilulchlh- son of Cariilliersvllle, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jerry Holly of Cooler, Mr. and Mrs, Newberry Johnson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Russell Frnkcs, Mr. and Urs, Gerald Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Sims Mlclilc, Frank Hnrpcr and Mrs. Ruth Lnwhon nil of Steelc. John R. Franklin Is In St. Joseph's Hospital, Mcinplils,: where :ic underwent n major operation., He Is getting along well and cx- jeels to he ,nblc lo 'return to his home at Mjcola the Inter part of Ihls week. Mr. and Mrs. Newbei-ry Johnson left Wednesday lo spend several weeks near Ft. Myers, Pla. . Hlllery ;.q, . Garrelt of Fort Wayne, who has been visiting here ... — ~...^ v *,, „,,*, uuiivi \ytni, the post inonlh wllh relative. 1 :, operallon In Ihe Blylheville .left over, the weekend lorn visit Mfs. L. R. Wolnlzoll of Brook- Hollanri iVe/M Nofa- ' Edward Crest.' 65, died nt tile John On:kin hospital In Memphis Sunday. Mr. Crest, formerly of tills vicinity, had recently moved near Deerlng. Mrs. Clcll Wnldrop entertained her sister, Miss Gcmldlnc Priitll daughter nf Mr. and Mrs. Wll I'l'iiilt, al lior home here wllh a surprise biilhday parly Snlurilnj night. 'Hie guests were: Mr. IIIK' Mrs, Hniold Niinir^y, Mr. nn< Mrrj. Nat Nunnery Misses Delorcs and Edna Men], Henry Nenl, Columbus Yininl,':' Andrew Non-id, Vincent Potts, Ruby Chill;, am Mr. nnd Mrs. Gerald Wise. Mrs. Francis Scr^nm-li' is li Memphis wllh her daughter, Mrs Louis Freeman of Blythcvlllo, who is (o undergo a major op era lion a Ihe Baptist ho.spllal.~- • William Wilson, .who ntlend! school nt cnpc Gtrnrdeau. luu been at home with ills fiilher Garvln Wilson, who has nncu inoiiin. • • ; Louis Iiunnn and dnughter am sons, Knlie Belle, Herman am Taylor, of Marie, Ark., twere week end guests of Miss Fnimic Ma' Neeley. Bljllicvll!?*nro"giicsls of:'thc Inl- lyn,' N. V. Is Ihu guest of Mr. nnd ler's parents, Mr, and Mrs.- JatuH Mi%^ Welnlzeil of Cooler •rii,.ir«,. «f ,!«-!„ j* \ i . [his-week! -'-'?'•"?•'W'5--.-.' "y«-« t—-.-r A \ nfew three-room house : has been..built-.In. pooler by Mr. nnd Mrs. J '.M. : McClure.'"'IT"will' bC occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Mike RMdlck. ,, . ' Mrs. J. I'M. Wright and children of Deerlng are moving Inlo tlie house vacated by I. G. Ennls at Cooler. Mr. and Mra". Ennls have moved Inlo the back of thole res , , Tucker of Cooler. , - Miss Joyce. WalpoJe-lias. r^eiuru,-, cd to her home in' Memphls' K nft'er n v'rit .here with her, uncle.' Mr, nnd Mrs. Rny King and am, Donald Rny. 'of Mai ion, 111., spent last wekend In Cooler ns guests of Mr. mid Mrs. L. Turner. W. Since the bad weallier has set in Miss Reva McCiinn who lives at Cicckett but atlcnds Cooler high school hns been staying with Dr. and Mis. L. E. cooper In Cooler and spending Ihe weekends at home. Mrs. Bob Hesselobc of Charles ton, accompanied by her daughter. : Mrs. Robt.-Lawrence of Sleele, visited another daughter, Miss laiirnnl. Mrs. Ruell Ashcr, Mrs. Ous Cooper and (laughter Joan,' Misses Big'l Bottle : For Only VS.- it hoMri takCnff Old Oh!<l Herb Medl- cln«-you nkll feel llk» i atw itrson. It Mil dilva pal- tons from your tyj. tim you ne'ftr even knew weio mete. Er«ry- person (hauld .Ihorouuhl? thtlc sji- <j^u)ji:i miu inuiyiuer Jmiil, rtiiMtv> CKB&ia tntlc sji- ^ J^ Glen nnd Virginia Mlehlc spent I fe> " cl > ""• ir"^^™^*^ Tuesday ' In Memphis. ^ ™?, k " J l'...',','. W-.S'"""""'K' Tuesday ' In Memphis. Thortraslon, Conn., the home ot a famous make of walch. was originally called Plymouth Hollow. a o appendctUi ;lh£utnatlsm, ncuillli and other ailments Old CMef Is a pioven Irealment lor neutll palni In »tms. ii«eV, back:, hips and lec_ Even one, doj« «!U help n ,lcl ilomich. to liSallSfl, «ni.Uoalln£. gold u Horn in's Plucked at lite [iptik of its bloom, a flower is lit itn bf»t. So, loo, h ivliiskey that',* tnmlpfrom only the peak part of each distillation —I/ie TOP-KEN ...thaft Ihll'whllWy !i 16 monlhi ol A MODUCT OF NATIONAL Ami if you haven't tried it during the past year, you've been' missing something. It's now aged almost Iwicc us long as formerly — a full. 18 months. One taste, and you'll ask for it always. Hitimal Distillen Products Corporation, Louisville, Ky. YOUR OUIOE TO GOOD UQUOSS Horncrsville Society — Personal -THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1937. R. M. Own by Jr, of Canilhcrs- :lle was here Monday on legal islness. Mrs. W. L. Juck-son spent (he cek end nl Die bedside of her iLsbaml who Is a patient In a [I'hiphts hospital. Mr. nnd Mrs. Llndell liagley of llboiirn spent thp week end here s guests, of Mrs. Daglcy's par- nls. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Mat- Mrs. W .E. Smllh nnd >J. K. /lllinms were called lo Memphis Yidiiy .by Ihe serious illness of Irs. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hudson of Jhlcngo nrrlved Ihls week lo spei be winter nt Ihelr farm nt Cold- •iilci-. Mrs. C, B. Anderson sr. was rouehl home Monday : from rfclliodlst hospllnl, 'Memphis, 'here .«lie had been a palic-iH for iroe v,'eeks. Mrs, Jnmes Billings. Mi's. Elmer tay, Mrs. Dave -liny,:iMr.-; and Irs. W. G. Russell,'' Mrs." .Vasco nnlnuhain. Mrs. .Waller' Pool, Ir, niul Mrs. Clay" Slmei ; ,"iMrs. 'lorence Tc'inplclon, Mrs. H. Irldgcforth, Mrs. Raymond Dun- coml). Mrs. May Hawkins, , and Irs. Nccdnmn Holly of Kenncll llended the O. E. S, -Installation ervlces here Tuesday night. Miss lilanclm llnyes, a inenibcr r tlie Cardwell high school fuc- illy, spent. Ihe week end here villi tier parents, Mr. and-MIS. W. B. Hayes. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cl. A. Qulnn, Mrs. . n. Klnsolving, Mrs, Riley Cnlght, Mrs. Neldn Wicker anil Mrs, llogcr Mnnhlng attended Ihe Eastern Star Insinuation services t ElciMe lasl Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Berry of Ken- iclt were hero Monday. Mr, Berry vas liealc<l by Dr. Vim H. Bond. • I.os Angeles Takes flow LOS ANGELES. (UPC—Tills dly boasts Hint as a result of Its new 'don't soak the tourist" policy It attracted 1,517,864 visitors last year. It also wants the fact lo be known Ural the question of "fxxikhig" applies equally to rain. Brltk Road Tested LOGAN, O. (Ul>)—A protilometer run over the first highway In Ohio to be laid wllh brick in lengthwise position registered only one bump In Ihe entire distance of more than n mile. The road Is an experiment of the state highway department designed to test a possible method of Improving quality and smoothness of Ohio brick roads . Chess I'layed liy Mall HARniSBURG. Pa. .(UP)—Chess played by correspondence enable William J. Werner here lo mstcl wits with two New Zealand opponents, 12,000 miles distant. TIH New 7x>ainndcrs are among » rivals with whom Werner combats imiiltaneously. '• ' WARNING OKUKIl IN THE CHANCERY COURT OP THE CH1CKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, 1 ARKANSAS. Eflle Gllsson, plalnliif, vs. NO. 0307 Ray GJIsson, Defendant. 'Ihe defendant. Ray Gllsson, Is warned to appear within thirty (lays In the court, named. In tlie caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Effle Gllsson, Dated this 20th day of January, 1937. II. M. CRAIG, Clerk By A, F. Smith, D. C. Claude P. Cooper, Ally, for Plainltff. Gene E. Bradley, Ally. Ad Lilem. 21-28-4-11 WAUNINO OKDKK IN THE CHANCERY COURT OP THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT. MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. ARKANSAS. Leonard A. Werllcli, Plaintiff. vs. No. 03119 Ella D. Werllch. Defendant. The defendant. Ella D. Werllch; is warned lo appear wllhln thirty days In the court named In the cnptlon hereof and answer the com- plalnl of the plaintiff. Leonard A Werlich Daled this 20 day of January 1937. II. M. CRAIG, Clerk By A. F. Smith, D. C Prank C, Douglas, Attorney Claude P. Cooper, Ally. Ad-Litem. (Senl) 21-28-4-11 WARNING OHDKK N THE CHANCERY COURT'OF THE CHICKASAWRA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARKANSAS. H. Parker, plaintiff, vs. No. 6:iU8 Indie P. Parker. Defendant. The defendant. Hnlllc p. Parker, s warned to appear within thirty lays In the court/named hi the apllon hereof -hud answer tlie complnlnt^of Hie plaintiff j, : n. 'natcd "(his 20th day of .January 937. ' :: ;£r^'' : H. M. CRAIG, cierk By A. F. smith, D. C ramie F. Cooiwr. .Ally, for Plalntirr. Gene E. Bindley, Ally. Ad Lilem. .21-28-4-11 TERRY ABSTRACT & REALTY CO. Abstracts, Lands & Loans E. M. Terry, Pres. and Mgr. I'lioneCIV - Blj-theville, AT*. ELECTRIC &• ACETT1ENE ! WELD IN G AT BEST PRICES PROMPT SERVICE:" ; ' Barksdale Mf g. Co, PHONE, 19 WANTED Government Loan Cottoii f F'honc 107 ' ! APPLKBAUM BROS. COTTON CO. , lig Blag. Biyihcvllle, Ark. ROXY Adni.—Alvrays 10 & 25c—ID TUJ Show livery Niglil Malinrcs Friday, Saturday, Sundaj Frhliiy & Siinday nlallrccs— Z;te Salnnlay Mnlincc — Cnnliniiom Sliowiii" — 1:00 Till 11:00 1', M Last Time Today PAL NIGHT! 2 Adults Admitted for Trice of I All Children—10o Also Comedy Friday - Saturday k Jones in "The Deadline" Wilh Lorctta Savers Desperate deeds and daring dan frs in this thrilling outdoor aclin drama. Also Carloon and Serial— "The Fighting Marines'' No. 1 Continuous Shanlng Saturday WE HAVE SECURED. THE SERVICES 'OF AjM '• EXl'EKIENCED , RADIO MECHANIC who will guarantee to repali your radio to erst class crmdl- tlon. ' " A Complcle Line of Tubes and I'.nrts - - Btsl Prl«s"' r ' Hulibard Tire & Bat. Co. Phone 476 Everything For Your Entcrtain- mcnl and Comfort Last Time Today .Inek Ucnny in "College Holiday" With Hums & Allen, Mar ha Ruye, Eleanor Whitney, Sober! Cunimings anil Ren Bine. Also Paramount News, Popcyc Cartoon and Musical Slio-l —A~tl mission— Slatmee—10 & 2Gc Night—1G & 3fic Friday - Pal Night 2 Adults Admitted for Price of Charles Ruggles and Alice Brady in "Mind Your Own Business" With Lyle Talbot . and licnny Baker Alice eouldn'l pnss up a. kcyhol and Charlie tonld'nl pass tip Alic Also 1'aramotint riclorial and Comedy —Admission— JIatinec—10 & 26c Night—16 & 3Cc TUESDAY, JAN. 26— $75.00 BANK NIGHT! —COMING SOON— "SING MK A LOVE SON'G"—wltli James Melton and Patriela Kills. "GOD'S COUNTRY"—with Gcorjc Brent and Beverly Roberts. "T11E riAlN'SMAN"—mth Gary Cooper and Jean Arthur. "HOLY TERROR" — with Jans Withers and Anthony Martin. "CHAMPAGNE WALTZ" — with Gladys Swarthoul and Fred MacMurray. "STOLEN HOLIDAY"—with Kiiy Francis and Ian llunlcr. [WINTER PETRIFIED MO TIL FA15TAFF BROUGHT ME PEPAHPW!^ ^PON'T „.„.,,.... /PlCKuPAHb'pEPUp'wiiH FAlSTAFF WINTER WINTER BEER in Bottles ! I 1 ,0 UNDRED MILLION EARS FORMomE It's The All American Hit Beer! Try the All American blues chaser—Falstaff Winter Beer. It has a tingle and taste tang no other beer has captured. You'll pick up to its gay sparkle, warm up to its merry mellow-aged flavor. Get on the hand wagon. Order by case'from your dealer today, or ask about the handy' six-bottle "take-me-home" bags. 7/ie Choicest Product of the Brewers' Art We're Shooting the Works! Yes, sir—we're out to sell. .The greatest give-away of merchandise you ever saw! The result? Well, shoppers have swamped us but here are some of the values left. Get in on these savings! .:•-.•.' ' Special Offer! 100 Pair Men's Dress Oxfords Drastic Reductions On HWIi 1'riced Large assortment, blacks, browns and tans. Smooth, fancy nnd suede leather. All $3.38 values! ' Quick Clearance! Men's Heavy Corduroy PANTS $1.00 Limited quantity, odd sizes in blue and browns. Values lo $2.98. Only R low left! •• Clean- U|> Itargnins! fllen's and Hoys' Suede Leather JACKETS This lot of 100 Dresses. Willie they last! ; ' Values to $4.98! 'r Quick iClciiriince! of Ucfter !'] icos Slashed For Quick Cloaiancoi I-argc Indian Design BLANKETS 57c E.xlra heavy I Large size. Bargain priced! Whilo 50 ' lasl! .'..,-'• $1.85 While 200 last! That sold as high as $5.90. First come, first served! Out Tney Go! Special -Assortment! Bargain Priced! DRESSES Quick Clearance! Outing FLANNEL 9cYd. Xt's heavy and long wearing. Full 30 inches wide. Light or dark colors' Sensationally Priced! Children's Cdtton First qunlity leatner. Odd sizes and colors. Limited quantity! Siiecial Offer! Men's lilankel Lined JUMPERS $1.00 High quality al a low price! Full cut. -heavy weight. All sizes! $3,85 HOSE 5cPr. Extra Special! Men's Work Shoes $1.17 All leather, plain too, first quality. Never before at this low price. Limited quantity! Enliro slock of high priced Silk Dresses. $7.90 and $9.90 vnlucst Quick Clearance! Hoys' BICYCLE $18.00 1 only. Blue Bicycle for age 10 to 16. Balloon tires, New Departure brake. Special order but arrived too lale. Bought to sell for $ Clearance of Men's Canvas GLOVES While quantity lasts! Thrifty! Durable! Sturdy, ribued Cotton Stockings In tlie most popular Ian shades. Sizes 6 to 9','j! Repriccd To Clear! One ).'\ssortrnent of Kiddies' SHOES 25c Pr. Straps and Oxfords. Odd lols. Not all sizes. 5cPr. Heavy weight cotton flannel, strongly stitched for extrn wear, knit wrist. Kopriccd To Clear! Hoys' Heavy Weight Underwear 37c Suit Long sleeves, long legs, ' full cut. Sizes 8 lo 16. Llmiled quantlly! Buy! Act Now! When We Say Clearance We Mean It!

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