The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 28, 1938 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 28, 1938
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PAGE TW<? BLYTHKVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 1'IUDAY, JANUARY 28, -1938" At the hospitals Mrs. N. W. McOcc, Route One, was nilinlUcd to tlie lilytlievillc l;o,s|)llal today. Ollia Pdrkcr is u patient at (he Memphis Baptist hospital. Social Calendar SATURDAY'S EVENTS Cotillion Club having dance, 0:30 p. in., at American Legion Hut. Club Has Guests Mrs. J. S. Horner, ot Bloomflcld, Mo., who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Horner, Mrs. W. D. Mc- Cltitliiii, Mrs, W. J. Wunderlich, Mrs, Baker Wilson, and Mrs. Harry Klrby were the guests of Mrs. J. Louis Cherry when she entertained members ol the Mid-Week hnVe (liken Bridge club for luncheon al her "When Do home yesterday. In Dio card fames, Mrs. H. 11 HoiicWns won the club priic nnd Mrs. Klrby the guest award. Mrs Ilornei' was presented a gift-, Tlic United states Constitution church ench year ror lls elected'nnd Murray, leave this \yook end (day afternoon alter school. The I™ " lac " 1 '" c ' f< ^' °" Jlll! f.' 1 ' workers and others especially In-1 for an extended trip in the south- subject for discussion in all auxll- . • •" * 1 **'* CHT COUGHS .ic to colds... checked without "dosing", VICKS V VAPORUB :ciestetl In this of Chris- lion training. This week several ndulLs not In Ihc regular courses uut Interested In Bible study have taken the O. T. Studies taught by The liev. D. D. Scgni', pastor nl Wilson, and tlie N. T. Studies taught by Mrs. Marlon Williams, siipcrinlenilcfit ol tile Young People's department. A large number of young people especially interested in tcnchlng Has Club Tarty' Red roses for the centerpiece of the dining tnble imd Viilentinc tallies gave a holiday atmosphere in keeping \vllh thu approaching Saint Valentine's Day when Mrs. Ross IX Hushes entertained the Thursday Luncheon Club si her home yesterday. Besides the members, Mrs. M. A. Isaacs, Mrs. C. A. Cunningham and Mrs. Thomas K. Mahan were guests. Mrs. A. G. Little was high, and Mrs, Russell Phillips, second high in the bridge games. », * * HIE Club A red begonia as ttic centerpiece and Valentine tollies marking the guests' places formed-ii colorful dining table when Mrs. K H. Joyner entertained members of the Thursday Contract club yesterday lor luncheon. A liirec course menu was setvcd. Mrs. John' F. Lent! was high, and at the conoliision Of the bridge games, she received a sprinr; print frock while Mrs. J. T. Phillips, n member of (he club who Is moving away this week, wns presented ft black purse by the club members. * f * UUlc theater Chooses riav. "A Full House" ivill open the Llttlu Theater season In Blylnc- vlll'e. Tliis play was chosen for the first production of the newly organized Little Theater by members or ;hc group at their weekly meeting at tha City ilall Trmr.i- /f/ny night. Min Allyce Nc-lscti reviewed "A Full House," wMch !s a farce de«l- inc with a jewelry -theft and indiscreet lel'rrs written to. » clip- the credit courfiC Teachers Teach," taught by the pastor, the Rev. Alfred Carpenter. A general course In Christian living will be conducted the last wefJk In February under leadership of Alvln Huffman jr., director of (he Training Unions of the church. Mrs. Ed Williams and Mrs. Arthur Vance played cards with members of the Thursday Afternoon Chib when Mrs. Eddie neg- enold entertained at the Rustic Inn. In (he bridge games. Mrs. Randolph Smith won (he club prize, n crystal vase, nntl Mrs, Williams received the giiesl award, a Dresden vase. > I A sandwich nnd salad plate were J served at the conclusion of (lie games. rni stales before going to Chicago Jarics for the month was "The Coin April where they will make operative Program" and the .special their home. I title for 1 this young group was "To. . | gethcr Like the Rainbow." Daring the short business session Joan Pierce, personal service chnlnnan, hnd the members sign a "Gel Well" card to Ann Shanks and n sympathy card to Elizabeth Broek. * • * Gage Krfltjhl, accompanied by ilei>t-v Aram nt Wardcl). Mo., drove lo Memphis Wednesday. Miss i/orolhy Rogers, n teacher v\ t.iir. «riulc school, has bflcn ill Mo., chairman of Public" Welfare several days and Mrs. Gage Knlglit •iiibsdtiilctl for her. MM. W, n. Davlcs of Newark. . J., bus arrived lo spend several Giruthersvillc Society — Personal WcnruiY Club Kii(crt:ilnr<l Mrs. Leroy Wlitlencr of llaytl, PROVED BV 2 GENERATIONS far the Ninth District, was (ho s gut-si spi-nker nt n meeting of the Woman's Club held nl the home of ' Mrs. Cluis. Dorrali, Tuesday alter- |1|1 >' S llcrc wllh ller s ' s t*f.' Mrs. T. nren. Mrs. H, '/,. Orgcl, n member M SpMcll nnd family Mrs. navies . thr- Department of Public Wnl- nil<1 Il(?r '""''a'" 1 mm n 'ni'in hi Hire in (he locnl club. Introduced u ' ls co " nt >' !lll(l Mrs - Uavlcs is here Mrs. Whllcncr, who spoke on "Pub- lookln « " rtcr ''"s'noss Interests. lie Work In Pcmiscot Counly" oul- Mrs ' Allhca Shanks of Memphis lining plans and making si spent (ho week end in thin Bits of News Mostly Personal William Cade, wno recently underwent, an appendectomy at n Memphis hospital, has been moved (o the home of his pnrents. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cade, of Helena. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. churiibUn were In Memphis Thursday nlelit. The Rev. H. J, Klfindlenst. mis- tor of (he Pilgrim Lutheran church, lins returned from Pino Bluff where he attended n conference of teachers nnd pallors of the Arkansas-West Tennessee circuit. Mrs. N. Johns, who had n stroke of, paralysis Wednesday, Ls critically ill at her home 011 Chlcka- fawba avenue. Mrs. Joe G. Trlcschmann. Mrs. Russell Fnrr, Mrs. Loy Welch and three cltjlM In the county, During tlie business session, n nominating was appointed and plans were made for the February meetings. . * Contract Club Meets Miss Mnry Shade was hostess to the Momlny Night Contract Club al her home Monday night. The affair was In the nature of n kil- ction shower for one of .the members, Mrs, Marlon Barrow, whose home was destroyed by fire several weeks ago. She received a number of useful and lovely gifts. Mrs. narrow also held high score at the conclusion of the games and received lovely handmade pillowcases. The hostess served a snlurf and dessert course late In llic evening. ttlr.L;. williiihis Kii(prlaws Cluli Miss Jewel Willlinns was hostess to llic members of Ihc Lucky Nin- "ridcc Olub nt (lie hcmc of her sister, Mrs. Tom Markcy. Monday evening. There were two tables o' players. Mrs. ilnrold popiinin lield I high score nnd receive;! hosiery. Miss Pauline Hamra brklgoc:! ami be :lcnc by the "'"' lK>r i^crts. Mrs. T. M. n;s {sin. following .« review of Kusse " Fnr f' Mrs ' L °5' v "first Lady" by Miss >Mni'gfivoj 'W 5 ' ^, £ V *H»S50" nre In John McUo.vrll \;cu, 4ppoinit-d w - ' B - Hn "' c y ml <l son. Jack, are uiainrian of 1;: e advertising com- lle Bucsts ot Ml '' .,, . . ... . .' . _ . r/»r Vfre nivli* ft mittee and lie will be assisted, by Junior Barncii,'of Hollniid. Tlw tcr, Mrs. Dixie Cratfforrt and Mr. (Jrnivford. Mrs. O. vice presiteit, .James Edwards, .111-1 *"' s - P' O Itnrtlawny nnd sou, tomatically becomw chairman of °, srar ' ir " lcfl """'Wny nleht foi tub rntcrtainment cwnmitlcc , jt IMCnn, Ark., where they will visit ' received llneu hntulkeroliicfs. 9 • O. A'. Mcf Alondsiy Airs. Gage Knight, sponsor ol the Girls' Aiixiliury of the IJnpllst Clhirdi, entertained the group Mon- Every thing for your'crUei 1 tainment and tomforl. and Mrs. W. fl. Diwtes ami with her dnusihlH 1 , Ann Shanks. Mr nnd M's,. Paul Howard an-J "'•<i''rrii of Dexter. Mo., have ar'( "•<!! s'innd n fc* davs here H-llli Mrs. Howarfl's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hellion. T. J. callihan of plcketis, Mte. Is visiting with his uhe(f>, Ct, *' Callihan, and Mrs. CalHIiiin, oh Bust Sixth street. Mr, and Mrs. Clark Moore of Cnmdenton, Mo., left Moniliiv for Ihclr home after spending several days here with her patent^ Mr. and Mrs. 'fate McCue and hr'r !-.!'•=ter. Mrs. H. O. Thojiins arid Mr. Thomas. Edward Gallher, son of Mr. nnl Mrs. EM Oallher, left Tiiesdav morning for Murray, Ky., where he will enlcr Murray stain Teachers College for the second semester. Mrs. Ona fJarrelt arrived Mtin- lirty from Illinois for a short visit •"Ith friwifk in this city. .She Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Shop- Mrs. Leslie Knoll has entcrerl a hospital at Memphis for treatment. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sherman uliner and baby, who have been rcsidinz In Granite City. Ill,, for the past year, have arrived here lo spcn:l several weeks with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. \v. C'orringloii, and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs^ J. .W. Ulmor. TODAY 'EBB TIDE' !''rmuTs I'lirnu'r, H;ty Milliitiitl a nil Oscar Iloinolka Also Kftccted Sliorts Adinif-sinti Matinee Iflc i- ?.(ic Admission NiEht Kt. & :!Cc CORRECT ANSWER it below inupside'downtype. TlftY fiirl Don't look until you have tfueised. SATURDAY ONLY which Mtes ijaia Jo Little Udin names nrc nii:inbcrs.' ami Conations amounliiig (o $2110 liav*. been com' ibi ltd to the organization by tovjn'5 people', it was announced by tt:R t)i:siiiesfe n>.:ir.- aser, Jack O'Kpi'fo. *• • . "D" Cliapter P. E. O'. Metis Mrs. Marlon Williams and Mrs. Walker' H. Baker were co-hoslossM to thc'"D" ciiapiev tit p. E. O. which met Wednesday at, the home of Mrs. 0. S. Stevens. The program on "Founder's Day" was in charge- of Mts. Williams, • who was asstrtcd by seven member of the "N" feroup, Mrs. Hnrry Kirby. Mrs, Dixie Crawford. Mrs. RilEy D. Jones. Mrs. George M. Hunt, Mrs. Lloyd - Stickmon, Mrs. J. W. Adams, jr., nnd Mrs. William Law-she. Music was provided by Mrs. Pan! L. Tipton. who sang, nnd Mrs. Murray Smart, as accompanist. Afler the program, refreshments were served from nn attractively arranged tea table. * * * toipli'l Training ScliCsl closes Tonight Tonight, is the. Closing session of the Training Srhool which lias been held at the First, Baptist ctnirch this week. The enrollment, has increased each night to the mimter of SB with ail average attendance of 19. Tliis is oijc of the regular four credit ccurses offered by the Mrs. flardawny's mother for two or three weeks, Wlls Davis, of Memphis, attended to business here today. Mr. nnd Mrs. David ISnrlon, of atron. Mo.', arrived Thursday to be Ihc ;;ucsts of Mrs. Barton's parents, Mr, ninT T.:M. W. N!. Fiurns. Mr. and Mrs. liarton and Mrs. Burns arc spending today \n i\fcmphis. Cor]()6rnl Drj'Rtit Mill, wlio spent, the past fotir weeks here visiting relatives, hns returned lo Forl Wayne; Mich., where lie is stn- (loned. Bunch While, formerly of Lencn- vilic has arrived here lo mnke his home. Herbert. Clark Long will RO (o Memphis tomorrow (o mnkc tils home ivlth his mother. Mrs. Jolm II. Lonrj. Mr, nnd Mrs. J. T. Phillips and their son and daughter. Miss Joy Buy Furniture Now - Pay This Fall Wo arc aiiain ready to (lo business n n I' a 11 Terms, one-half down, balance Oct. 1. ions. This applies nil anylhitiK in fur s(o«h provided thr Mil amount'; lo ns ir.itrli as 5(9. HUBBARD F1.1RN1TURK CO. tlf, Ark, BIG $LOO BOTTLE Safe and Ptcaaant to Take For Both Young anil Old GUARANTEED OR MONEY BACK OLD KICKATO TONIC h a body builtlei; ii v.-jll llirow ol7 gasci and iinpurUicA {Ircr^ucntly ifor.^ ihc f;t;l dose); 5l is ic.idilv absorScil inio the syatcr.i w lie re it besginj word by aiding \hs ^!oiiinc:i, Li('£r and In(ealines to pcrforr.i l!icir t utici llidrcvi^hly'. V/ilhiti twelve hours it will ciriva poison from your system. Try it Eir ln- uiscs^ton, BiliousncESf Cotnlipnition, Simple Rhsc- i/i«tisin, Seomnch DhaVcItfrs- Mai*fed linywherc. I5c per Lc'.tlc cxtvn. (>>• Stcvrart-Kchinson Dnirf C'o. Onl.i 1 Turn Your Furrows with These Good Plows ThrougJt a typographical Or ror in our afU-crttftcrncnt in the Courier News yesterday the price of 1'ork Liver or Brains wi* incorroclly quoted nt ^'/>c per poinul, whereas the ad should have road: Pork Liver- or Brains, ib,.. 12ie & MKT. carltinn & I'ttial, "IVly.slfri- i'ilot" with lAiplain 1'rank 'Itt's\ Continuous shmsinj;. 1:hvisjicn till 5:Cl) 11.111. )0 ( ; & ution 'Afler 5 P.m. ICc & :llc Sunday - Monday n-ith Leslie Howard, Juan Ulondcll, Humphrey BoRaH, Aliiit Mowbray iind C. llun- rv (Jordan '« J'lio .Standout Comedy IJomaiicc (be .vtar. Also Paramount Nrws :cltT(c;l shorls. Conthmuiis nlnj; Suiulav. rtclmission Smitiay Mnlincc and Night llic & SGc ribEtiin Mini. Slat. 10c- & ZGc jldrr.ission Men. Nlgfit I6c * (.'nininj Soon; Tills ilU SNTKKNATIONAI, SETTLEMENT SWING YOUIl LADY UOLtYWUUI) I10TEI, eVEilVfJAl-S A HOLIDAY STACiK DOOli HAr'l'V LANDING Admission Alit.iys lOc & 5hftw every lii^ht. madnccs Kri- Wy. Salnrday A !>und«y Only. 1'riilay & Sunilay Matinees start 2: IS p.m. Saturday Continuous •showing ffoni 1 to 11:10 p.m. Night shows slafl 6:15 p.m. » , -1936 Ford V-8 1% Ton Truck ]57" Wheelbase—Stake Body. Nnw Tires. A rca! buy. Only $160.00 down and ?29.00 [>cr month. 5lh & Walnul I'hone 810 Aftriot: McCormlck-Deerlnc Tractor P^f>»»* (fnolrJboar^ nnd dhlt) »"> nv*il,\l>lc In a ty of tiitu to mwfce the rnont efllcl*nt Ltxt ot Ot« po*et trl yovf (racier. Here Is a 2-boUom LluTa Genlut Plow pulled by it FarmiiH Ttuctor. McCORMlCK-DEERtNG PLOWS arc designed by men \vho know soil and plqwing conditions; and built by 6thcr men \vlio arc skilled in plow manufacture. Wficn you buy a McCorrnick-Decring Plow, whether it bca one-horse walking plow or a niulti- (>le-garig tractor plow, you have the assufanci that you arc gelling the best plow of its kind that your money will buy. In the McCormick- Dcering line, you can get exactly the type and size of plow you need, and the bottom that is adapted to your soil. Stop in at the store, or » *. f ., n i phone us, when von arc in the fc-Dterrntf Sulkr Plow* . f ,'. . rjvfccreior their good market lor any kind ol a plow D£LTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. Distributors for Ihc McCormick-Dccring Full l.iivc of Karmiiiff Kquvpmcnt Hlylhcvillc, Ark. Friday - Saturday T1,M iMrCOY iii The Mill :i«i| \Vnnly ivr,sl is back ••Sain— wlitn "Tim" dcllcs a bum! r.f rtrsprriulnrs. Abo i irU.iii r.- .serial. ."Tim Tr- ltr\; l,urV;" rtiiij I'rankic 'i'in>in- ••>-';, .Ir. a"rl n.iuccs Iwhlnsnn. All ( hiltlvi>ii :„• Friilay & Saliltrtav 312 Soulh Second v YOU DOff'THAVfTO GUESS WUIW . ^ 0 Honest higher test makes Phillips 66 Poly Gas the outstanding sell-demonstrating motor fuel. The colder the day on which you try it, the faster you'll feel that difference. Phillips 66 Poly Gas starts your engine with split-second speed. Warms it up promptly. Gives maximum power and more miles, too, because Phillips 66 high test cuts down the need for wasteful choking. Try a tankful, tomorrow. '1C61 U J «duinUi^s SUJJOJIJBQ B Af\ paujoiiu paa'tls f jail sojiaj [(5 3^) nnqi j^uojs ()jfi{i-3:/o'si iMjk *Jnot| J^tl ssjnii (jy s,-»?0 ^ claj 'spjBjjncu jo psads JuiXyj DIJI paipaip X||il3rLb3Jj ^Aurj s]o|itl auB|Ujty THE FINAL WINNER In The "MAKE A SENTENCE TEST IS MAXINE HALSTEAD 1137 W. Ash St., Blyflieville, Ark. Miss Hafelciid Will Ret'eive Her 1'fizc at Ihe durricr News HKilK ARK TUB WINNING SENTKNCKS: I. Here's, a pnililalilc (ip for nintorisls: Terry's Service Station cntnhincs value ami economy in Standard "Ksso 1 ' prodiicls ;md Arkansas Ras at Jlisso'uri ". Slionse-Hciiry Hardware (,'omiiauy cn'c.s, "Nc\v lamps for nlt(," atuf means it! Ton can get $2.flO for your old lamp on (lie must litaiitifnl, eye-saving; Coleman I, amp made. •'!. You art- ahvays welcome for a "snavk" and a dial at The Hofel Noble, "Where Hospitality Is a Reality." I. Hei'urc the Holt Inmcral Home i?»ri;il I'nilccfion for yiiiir entire family, in- cliniinir :i mnntlis old Mary and her 911 years young Knintlmotheiv and have the assurance of sympathetic nnd efficient service. "i. If you really WANT to sell your your furniture, or ymir old gray mule, call :i06, offer it for sale in the Courier News Want Ad.s. You tfnn'i have "white elephants" on .your hands long. ('. It's expensive to he ill. but you can save money on (ill prescriptions and ilniJts at Slewarl-Hobinson J)ru K Store, and at lite .same lime Me positive of gel- ''ii'f,' just what you «;mt. "• Why riot id AliC'cV: Wheeler, those cxperl mechanics, investigate (hal faiul kmicK hcforc it jjrows into serious trouble, it will save you money, insure hel- ler performance and increase the value of your car. • s - i'Jcl'cclivn \virintr causes many . fins, flay safe, call M3, Walpofe's, and gel an estimate on SIOfJKHNlXIN'ft (he wiring in your home, today. !l - If you would have (he security of a home of your own, let" Ark-Mo l,um- 'if C». help you secure an FHA Loan, and htiild you the type douse you have always wanted, which yotl can pay for "like rent!" '!'• You can ahvays wive 20' i on all iinvchases at Western Auto Associate Store. K"w tlu\v offer a (jrcatcc saving in car and radio fmftcry recharging with a 2- tlay rental service free. "• INin'i blame your furnace for your cold house, blame your coal. Call John iuni, lei hini II H your bin with co;t' of proven-heat -valiie. ::;iiii l'liill)|vs' Used Car Lot leads ihe Low-1'ricc Field in used cars willt ni'nrljrrr Double Features-User Cars that arc ready to goal prices thnt will ; im | please any wOiiki-bc bti.Vcr.

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