The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 28, 1937 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 28, 1937
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'/M«' Entertained in Washington. (Ulss uelle. Whltsitt and her sister, Mrs. Jo T. Trice of Jonesboro, have returned from a month spent hi Chicago, New YorK and Washington, where they attended the Inauguration program. While in Washington they were guests of honor at a buffet supper given by Senator. Hattlc Caraway when 25 guests were present. They also were guests at, the tea given by Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt at the white House on the afternoon of the inauguration, having been presented to Mrs. Roosevelt by §ei\. ator Caraway, and attended a tea. given by Harvey Couch while in the capital city. Miss Whltsitt is visiting In ^ones.- boro and Paragould for ' several weeks b^fore returning home. » » » Officers Elected. Tho Seventh period Public Speaking class of (he city high school have elected these officers: Gordon Rainey. president; Miss Lorene Widncr, vice president; Miss Eve* lyn Smart, secretary; Miss Elizabeth Edwards, treasurer; Miss Norma Crowe, reporter; liyron Walker, Eergeant'at-arrns, * * • Has cini>. Mrs. Baker Wilson and Mrs. \V. H. rVfinyard were hjgh and second high |n the bridge games o! the Wednesday club tnis week when Mrs. c, A. Cunningham was hostess. She served, lunch in the dining room before the games. * * * Executive Board To Meet, The Executive Board of ilie Woman's Missionary union of the First Baptist- church will meet Friday afternoon a.t 2;30 at the home of Mrs. \y. J, Rodgefs. n FLAPPED FANNY a»VkA lOMCC, IW,'^if. M. fttO. U. S. W. Qtf.-m ivia Bits of News Mostly Personal Cariuhoi'sville Society — Personal r, K, o. M«*ts Mrs, Paul Horner was hostess 'o the P. E> O. Slslcvliood Monday afternoon i\t her home on DecHwith Avenue. Mrs, B. O, pen, nett of Little Rock, Ark., ft former member visitor. of this chapter, wss Mvs. N, 0. Hawkins had. charge o( the Founders' Day program, given lu memory o( the seven v/o- nen who founded the sisterhood tit Point Pleasant, Iowa, in 1809. A candlelight service was held fpr pad) of the founders, and each of ho P. E. O. projects./The projects are: the Educational Fund, tho Memorial Library at Point Pleas- Wit and Cottey college, the P. 13. 0. college for girls at Nevada, Mo. /'Gran'ma's cliair looks just like her, doesn't it. fanny?" •"Sure... People;, who are woll iipto]sjere_dJikc_t!ieitJurfiit«;<;jlie same way." ' " ^ . Miss Connie Johnson lias retuni- ed to her home in Newborn, Tenn., after having been employed here during the fall and winter. Charles Essary, of Caruthersviile, is a patient at the Memphis Metft- od'st hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Prank pulaney and family have gona to Memphis and other points for several weeks stay.' Mrs. Harry W. Haines and son, Harry, left yesterdty for several weeks stay in Hastings, Grand Is-. Innd and Friend, Neb. They were accompanied by Mr. Haines' moth• er, Mrs. Minnie E. Haines, who rz-~ ••iSttirned home after a'month's stay. Mr. Haines motored them to St. Louis. : Miss Vcrna Scott returned yesr terday to her home in Arkabutla, Miss., after a visit with her mother, who is ill at the home of another Steele-CoQter Spciety ^-Personal Many are going to the hills from here to stay until the watfcr goes down. Most of Uidse 'leaving are from Tyler and Cottonwcod and arorind the Lake Parni, where rainwater and seep' water from the river is around some of (he homes. Mrs. Steela Henderson of Jaok- >on, Tenn,, is the guest pf Mr. and Mrs. H. S; Taylor and : family, Miss Anna Marie Millner left last .veek to sriend several months with relatives at TuscalooEa, : :;Ala. Mr. arid Mrs. Alonzp Kearsey are occupying 'ths George Cook home' while Mr. and'Mrs. Cook and children are visiting in Northport, Ala,,; where they usually spend the Women are healthier than men according to medical authorities For every man who reaches the of 100, eight women attaii t age. - E. c. Treadway, daughter, Mrs. an;l family. Mrs. p. E. Cooley is in Memphis with Mr. Cooley, who is employed there. l?rs. Joe G. Trieschman and daughters, Joan and Sally, went to Little Rock today for an indefinite stay with relatives. Mrs. J. p. Friend and son, E. A , have gone to Lubbock, Texas, for several weeks stay with relatives. Mrs. Louis Applebaum, accpm- .-Philijp koury, ~who underwent an operation for removal of his appendix at the Methodist hospital in Memphis, is improving. His parents, Mr. and Mrs, N. Koury, and sister, Olga, are. with, him most of the time, A iittie son, torn to Mr, and Mrs. Art Reverts at theu- tionw at Ro- chellc, ill., last week, died a few minutes after birth- Mrs. Reverts, who before her marriage >vas Miss Jennie Dell Hudgens of Stee|e] is getting alon» nicely' in a hospita there. Announcements have arrived here of the arrival of a'i-pound daughter t,o Mr, and Mrs. Fred Robert Stolts of Lake City, Ark., at St. Bernard's hospital in Jonesboro ght a Cold ? help pnd it sooner, throat and chest with visjfii ... - • • ' r-r-s- -•—••] M >>UJIJ*ICM ill OUilCJUUEU -anicd by her parents, Mr. ancl Mr? Sunday night. Mrs. Stotts" is bet- we nberg of Osceola, have gone to ter known in St«ele a s Irene Guth- J-lat River, Mo., for a month's stay rie. She lived here several years with relatives. v - • Mrs. Ted King and lier mother, Mrs. Ridings, went to PiOton, Ky., yesterday for several \vc'eks Mrs. w. n, Williams and daugh-. ter, Jean, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hemingway at Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rutherford and son, Fred, went to Memphis today, moving their household goods, for an indefinite slay. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. conaster and family have gone to Little Rock to visit relatives. Mrs. Arthur Vance and son, Triad, went to Memphis yesterday lo spsnd several \veeks-with relatives. Mrs. Elmer Boyelt and son, Randolph, have gone to points of Alabama for a visit with relatives. E. B. Gee is attending to business I" New Madrid today. Armorel School Closed The Arniorel school closed Monnay because pf flood conditions,'the Building being used for about 25 refugees who are quartered there. Read Conner News Want Ad.v DOES BLADDER IRRITATION WAKE YOU UP? It's not normal, it's nature's warning, "Danger Ahead." 'Make this 2ac test. Use bucliu leaves, juniper oil, and 6 other drugs made into little green tablets, to' flush out excess ' acids and impurities. Excess acids can cause irritation resulting in getting iip' nights, scanty flow, fretsuen.t desire, bmn- ing, backache, and leg pains. Just say Diikets lo your druggist. In four days if not pleased your ?5o will be refunded. City Drug Store —Adv.BW? MINERVA YARNS "Aristocrat of Knitting Yams" FREE INSTRUCTIONS WEDNESDAYS & FRIDAYS MRS. A. C. HAIEY Pride Subdivision All Day Friday, Saturday & Sunday 19 C .If 10 C 14° ,c vlth her sister, Mrs. Ruth Lawhon, ind later moved to Lake City where, site married Mr. Stotts. Mrs. L. C. Spencer was caller .0 Joiner, Ark., last weekend bj Ecfious illness of lier mother, Mrs N. Sanders. INlly • Cryiler Ua? Dance Billy Crysler, son of Mr. and Mrs, W. M- Crysler, entertained "h a dance last Friday evening at the Eat Shop. . • About 20 youngsters enjoyed the evening dancing to radio music. . « • t Mrs. Sawyer Entertains C|ub Mrs. John Sawyer jr., enter- taineel, tho Saturday Atlernopn Bridge Club lost Saturday nt her at the. end of Ward Avenue, There were three tables of 'players, with Mrs. Sharon Pate, Mrs, Wytnan Dlllmau and MIT;. Floyd Darnhart guests for the after> noon.• • The high score award, an. apron, (.•out to Mrs W H, Foster having closed oi> account of tho high water. Mtej Nichols Is visiting her mother, Mrs.'Add Nichols. Mrs. Robin Pierce Is nble to be- up again following a few days of Illness from Influenza. Mrs. "Crip" Armour -left , (or Amory, Miss., Monday to visit relatives, • Mrs.. Harry Stephens • left Monday (or Newport, Ark., to spend several days with relatives. Slgmund Pierce 1ms been 111 for several nays with a light aUnok Mr.• aiid.. Mrs. Clyde Harper spout last week putt In Memphis, Mrs, E. J. Long and son, Earl, left the ilrst of this week for St. Charles, Mo,, where they aro V!?T King Mrs, Lous's brother, Guy Motley, , Charles Essary, who 1ms been til (or Hi? jinst few days with a throat Infection, was taken to tho Methodist Hospital _ in' Memphis Tuesday for further treatment. He. was accompanied there • by his mother, Mrs. Dill Essary, and sister, Miss Vestal. Delbert, Jllshop, who is attending tho School of Dentistry R( St. Louis University In St. Louis, >pent tlio week end here with his larcnls, Dr. ami Mrs. O. C. Bishop. Iversdn Michtc of Memphis spent the pasl weekend , IH tills city with his wife, who Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James R, Mopre, Mrs, Hurfin Plgmon nnd daugh- tor, Marjorlo Jcnn, loft a few clays ago for Maiden, Mo.,. where Ihey Mother of Cooler Men COOTER, Mo. — Word here this week of tho death 12. At that lime service was out to C atlves here did not hear death for two weeks". She was the mother and Arch 1'ollnrd, o( formerly made her Cooler. •Mrs. Pollard would 101 years of age on Feb.'a flud lai'gu reunion- was lo Imvo held on her anniv children. She had been since the ago' of la with the «td of n later years when she a wheel chair. O. E. Hpoke'r has been tp.hts bed since the Int ter part of 'last week with infill Mrs.. Charles Lylc left 'Monday (or Amoiy, Miss., where sue ' Is vtslting relatives and frlenus. Miss Gladys Nichols, ...who .is teaching school at Rive?, Mo.,; arrived home last Thursday, school are visiting tow weeks. friends for a Aileen Cooperman Heads Caruthersviile Honor Roll CARUTHEUSVILLE, Mo., Jan. 28 -r»W. it. Poster, principal of grade SOlwols here, today announced tha 121 had bepn placed on (lie lionoi roll for tlio semester just ended The highest average was 'made bj Ooopccmnn, whose rntln was 10.5. Hazel Ash was sccom H'ith 103. Patricia Nstl third will, and Virginia Campbell foiirtl vilh jo, A rating of 10 is cquiva lent to ''E". which signifies excel lent, Read Courier News Want Ads Calumet News Nearly everyone has moved • this community 10 high water. born January 25. Emmet TIplcU ami A. P. Hall Icn of 104 urrlvert death of home of ' on Jan. telephone mid rel- v of her ! Chnrlcs icrc mid ionic In nve been '.') nud n nvo been ' by her crippled il walked toll until cl to use W8 loved • out CCOllIlt Of H nro tlio soiv.IIuoy Is 111 this ftiia family will Icavo for Callt- oniln ID a lw dsys, McCutehens Announce Flood Benefit Shows Mr. nnd Mrs. O. \V. McCut- chcn Imvo announced they will Imvo benefit shows SnUminy night In Blythcvillc, Charleston oiid Slkcston, where, they operate flvo inovlo houses. Tlic cnth'o receipts of the shoe's will bo donated to the Kcd Cross for 'tho Hood relief. For tho show here, (a Uc held i\t tho KHz theatre beginning at U o'clock, Ann Dvorak will be starred in "Racing Lmllos." N«m« Becomes Hnmllcau SAN RAFAEL, Cill. (UP)— Louis O. DndKnlupl hns decided thnt nn intriguing namo Is not always tho test for ordinary life, Ho hns nsk- «l the locnl court to give him another rmme tlmt will bo moro distinctly Amerlcnn mid more convenient for business purposes, BERKELEY, Col, (UP) — The University of California believes It 1ms started ono of the most im- usiml nntl yet up-to-dato courses Included In nny university curriculum. It Is for apnvlniont ' man- .flMH^M. (RBTZt Everything For Your En(erUln- tpent and Comfort Saturday Special Midnight Show - 11:30 For Benefit of Flood Refugees Kvwy $$nollu$$ Tnktn in will n Turned Over to Our Local Re Cross, ^-Picture— 'Aim Dvorak and Smith Bellow in "RACING LADY" agon and owners. A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal A cough, chest cold or bronchial Irritation today jnay lead to serious trouble tomorrow. You can relieve them now with, Orcomulslon, fin emulsified Crcpsoto that Is pleasant to tnko. Crcomulslon Is n medical discovery that aids nature to soothe and heal tho Infected membranes and to relievo the Irritation and Inflammation w too gcrm-Iadcn phlegm Is loosened and expollod, Medical authorities have for many years recognized tho vrondor- ful effects of Bccohwood Crcosoto for treatlne coughs, chest colds and bronchial Irritations, A chemist worked out n special process of blending Creoso ng nts with other In- eredients so thnt now In Crcqmul- $lon you get a real dose of Bcccln wood Crcosoto which Is palatable ami can even bo taken frequently nnd continuously by adults and children, Thousands of doctors now use Creomulslon In their own families and practice, ami druggists rank Creomulslon top because in this Genuine, original product you can get a, real (Joso of Orcosotb Ep pmulslfied that it goes to the very scat ol tho trouble to help loosen and, expel germ-laden plileum. Ore^mulslan Ui guaranteed satts^ factory in tho trentment of coughs, chest colds and bronchial troubles, especially thpse that start with a common cold nnd hang oil niid on. Ocf tv bottlo of Creonmlsloh right now from your druggist,- uso It or up na directed nnd if you fall to get satisfactory rellci, ho (s authorizcc to refund every cent of yoiir money Get Orcomulsloii right now. (Adv PENNEY S Month-End Action Days More Bargains In Things you Need Right Now • Amazing Values! Men's Heavy WORK SOCKS 5c Pr. Hea.vj'. ,grade - Rbck,ford Priced to sell! HOW MUCH TO PRODUCERS? Sensational]. LL I'rigcd ! MUSLIN Va. 36 inches : wide. Heavy weight. A real, bargain! Limited quantities! PINEAPPLE LAYER CAKE DATE DROPS Doz PBCAN NUT HREAD. Loaf . CRULLERS Doz .,,CHOC. CREAM DIPS. Each .. Specials for Hour <• 5 to 6 I'. M, Friday.- Saturday-Sunday RASPBERRY ROLLS. Doit. ... FRUJT.N'UT WAFERS. Doz. . DONUTS Do?, PARKEKHOUSE ROLLS, Do/. ... PLAIN ROLLS Doz Let Us Make That Special Cake* pjcs or Rolls J*hone 110 : BLYTHEVILLE BAKING CO. 10 C 3 C .If r Floorf Special! For the Men Hip or Sporting BOOTS $3.98 prand new, first quality Hood Bpois! Ilip or sporting! ' ' Buy Ncny at Tliis Low Price T Lar^e Size WashCloths 5 for 10c 12 inches square. In wlilto .with' colored borders. Plaid centers. Special for the Men! First Quality Storm RUBBERS 98t Penco brand. Good nual- non-slip soles and heels. ] ity, sturdy rubber with Esjlra Special! First Quality, 3 Snap GALOSHES For women 'or children. High or low hc£ Is. First quality. pUab|e rubber v.'ilh wool lining. . Other Month-End Specials [ In daily touch with every went/-dairy ant consuming city, town, and hamlet in tlio Unit* poultry 1 '.od States. J Canvas Gloves 5c Pr, 15l«.n!\el Lined Jumpers SI 'g ^V<)rl^ Shoes .. $l.J7 Silk Drosses ;...;. .81.00 Ladies' Novelty Shoes SI Children's Cotton Hose iio Men's L«e. 'Kerchiefs 2c Quling Flannel, 36 in, 9c yd Men's Dress Oxfords $1.37 Hoys' Hcav. yrjdcr\vcar 37c T HE West produces more meat animals, and dairy and poultry products than it consumes; the East consumes more meats, butter, cheese, poultry, and eggs than it produces. How lo bring together producers and consumers that average hundreds of miles apart is one of the nation's biggest economic problems. Swift ^Company sells meats, butter, eggs, poultry.chccse, hidcs.glands,sheep skins,and dozens of other products and by-products. The money that Swift receives for all of its products is designated as its wholesale food and by-products dollar. During 1936, this dollar was paid out as follows: 76.O cents went to producers of livestock and other agricultural products 10.6 " wen! for Labor (including wages qnd salaries) 3.4 " went for Transportation .2 " went for Interest 4.1 " went for Supplies 4.2 " went fpr Rents, Taxes, Refrigeration, Insurance, Pensions, Travel? ing, Telephone, Telegraph, Stationery, Depreciation and other expense items Balance remaining with Swift & Company: 1.5 " Net Earnings 100 cents Only by continually improving its manufacturing and distributive methods can the company return to producers so large a share of the wholesale food and by-products dollar. Swift & Company Ow T ft ^)cr/W of years. Swift & Company's net profits from ftll sowta fciiy rfiwrfj TOR information oa the »citfce r&adored by lh« TBC&I packing Industry, read "Produca from Farm lo Tablo." Thlj iniliuctivo booklet will bo nailed you free, upon rcquoit. Addroi» Swift & Company 4249 PacVei* Avflnn* Chicago, IHIaoiB Also Comedy nnd Cartoon ShoiU Let's KVIJHVONE COJlK'nnd make Our Donation • lo our' Red Cross Fund. IT'S A' COOP SHOW - - AND A GREAT CAUSK Theatres All Over Flood Area Arc (jiving Ucnclll Sl.otts - So Let's Muko Our Town a "Record Smaslier"!' Admission—30c To Everybody Last Time Today Gury C'ooiicr and Joan.Arthur in "The Plainsman" \Vith James Ellison, Charles Hickfnnl, Helen 1 Ilurgcss nnd Porter Hull, • Directed by C'eoil DcMille Friday - Pal Night 2 Adult!) Admitted for' Prlco of 1 Also I '" wiii % -•'.I ROGERS AMBASSADOR Filjpatrifk TravcUalk— "Col- il Isl.inilj 1 ' a|ij\ Corned)— "Blonile'Bdmlier'' .2— §100.00 ; I?AN(CV NIGHT! ROXY Adm.—Alyajs 10 ft 26e—lo Tax Show r.vcry Night Madness Frlfliiy, Snlnrday, Sunday a}' & Sunday nlatlnecs—2il5 -Mj-.tinci — Continuous — liJO Till 11:00 P. M Last Time Today PAL NIGHTS! 2 Adults Admitted for Price of 1 All Children—lOo ' "Brilliant Marriage" With Joan Marsh, Ray Wi% cr, Inez Courtney and John Marjo we. An Ursula Parrot's story Friday - Saturday ouly a friction cfa cent per pound Continuous Slio^nng Saturday

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