The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 31, 1938 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 31, 1938
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MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 1038 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THRKK Luxora Society — Personal ness session. It was voted lo sponsor the infantile paralysis fund , drive honoring President Rooso-' (Veil, and Mrs. Carl Bass, Mrs.] 1 John 11. Wilson, and Mrs. Mas ' Christian were appointed to collect dimes. i Mrs. Richard Ferguson directed i fames and contests for the social In the recent contest between hour, and Mrs. Wilson served a the junior girls' class of the Bap- delicious salad plate. The mcet- list Sunday school with Miss Eva | lni> next w Cooks as teacher and the junior!Mrs. .ice V boys' class, Mrs. R, W. Butler, teaelier, the girls lost, and the •cck «'!!! Woiimck. be lield with was born Wednesday. Carut.hersville Society — Personal Ciiele Meeting. The McWilllams Circle of the Woman's Missionary Society of ihe llapllst Cliurcli mel at Ihe home ol Mrs. Tom Markey Wednesday afternoon with Mleola. Mrs. Mtehle has Ijeen nl Ihe home of her parents Mr ami Mi's. J. W. t'oirliiBlon lor the pas! week. Mrs. Vlrtfll Duvl.s received word Hint her brother Carl Hlchnrds of Canlon. N. C., had been seriously Injured lu an automobile accident. A number of people In this city know Mr. Richards and will sorry lo k'ain of his uilsfor- ihlrteen members boys were their guests at a "choo- January 26, at the Dyess hospital I present. Mrs. B. H. England, choo" party held in the home of lo Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Easley. chairman, read Ihe scripture les- Arm Claire Wllkins Thursday afternoon. Thirty-one toys and The baby weighed five pounds and I son taken from the Psalms. Mrs. La 1 ; been named for Klrls were present and the aflei-l Ki;;mlfalheis, "John noon was spent in playing Bamrss.| Ki^toy was tin' former Miss Klsl Cookies, popcorn balls, and drinks i:i"i>rnboil>«in. two U. M. Pierce had charge of Iht 1 were served. i V-- Nell Favor, arm fiehl work- Adtim." Mrs. I program and was assisted by Mis Ciase Knight and Mrs. \V. U Can- Hell. During the bslnoss se.sslon |::;ui.s were made for the year's Mrs. S. J. Smith was host forty-eight guests lor a bridge luncheon In the C. B. Wood home Saturday. Mrs. Smith was assisted jcr, WPA women's and professional I V.T.I k and the members drew siess pi(,)rct«, Jonesboro, was here Wed- names for "Sunshine Friends." in receiving her guests by Mrs.'c'-v, accompanied by John fi. j J. 1. Miiilin, Mrs. ll. W. Butler. [ kin, business manafier of the Lit| and Mrs. Wood. The rooms thrown open to the, uests were decorated v,'lth potted plants, red heart begonias, and ] ferns, and the tables at which iv-day visilhvr the library and Mis. J. C. SHU was welcomed Into r.ther places of interest. I ihe oirele. The hostess served a J Joyd Shun) was here Wednes-' molded fruit sulad, cake mid cof- | ti" I?oek school board, 011 an in- I the guests were seated carried val- eritine covers. dining table E|: r '.llon trip. vlrs. W. Waycasier, fee Fannie K. S. llci-k of Little i'l-le Met. Mrs. J. E. Drown enlcitnlmd llrl 1r. \\ho have buen In Memphis for the ]insl week, home, Mi.s. Bernard ninl Mrs Ward were Injured In mi automobile accident last week but seem to be making prflitrrss at this lime. Mr and Mrs. J. W. Shrader, and Mrs. 11. 1,. Mussey of Ingram were in (.','iMit)H'isvll)*' Wi'd- ('. W. fiti'vcnsou loilis, Mo., tin •ewj Mi. nnd Mr? ami :.ou of ' .St. Society -— Personal Mi.s. 1'iinl vllle Is visiting her daughters, Mrs. T. K. Olree and Mrs. Htcrltiin E, Miirll Jr.. for a few rtiiyx Miss lletly (kildmiin, who 10- i'1'iilly bloke her leu on the school play grounds, Is (mprovinn nnd will be able lo return lo school Mon- diiy. Mr. C. w. Ferguson, who is working on (lie new school bulld- l! left Priiloy for nirmlnghnm, Aln,. wlii'i'o they will visit lelallves Ihls week. Mdini'.s, K. 15. Simpson and ll. 1.. Ollbeil mid children drove to 1'iii'niiiiiitd, Ark., Sunday und vh- lli'd Mrs. Simeon's sister, Mrs. l.ola lUynmnd. who Is III. Miss .liisymn Handera, who Is li'iii.'hliii! In (he Mlbourn school parents, Dr. onil Mrs. W, R. Llm- ba u till. iit tin auditorium. Mrs. llurli llmviml vhlinl Mr.' MI SS |f u ,u Tuylor o ( Reiser, und Mrs, Itaymond Howi-ilon In!,.,,!,,,. i u Krlduy nli-hi und look Moiii'ltc ThuiMluy. Mrs. w. v. Kings relumed horn Sunday niter .speudliiK Ihe pic, weik in rint>ov. Tenn. with hrr piiretils, Mr, nnd Mrs. .lonlnu ; O'Neill I NH-1,11 Henry ami ci( iu> Knmlnll .111; In llif Klownli Hehool Dlstrli'l, s Vslem s|u<nl Die week end hen.' s al home fur Ihe week end. vsl111 her paicnts, Mr. and Mrs. A. ul K<iitiH(. \\ere 111 S'l. I Dills on iv and 'I'inn 1 ,-:- visiting In Ihe home of Mr. iuul|nii:r Mrs. Lynn Smith. Mrs. Stevenson is Mr. .Smith's sister. 'llir Kev, and Mrs. W. ll. Meyer. Mrs. li, H. HI r a Hi in a n, an d Mis. T. M. Rorex attended a MIs- slonarv InstUiile of the Poplar W. V. Ul",t's. Mr.- uiid Mr;; Ni'lMiit Henry uml Mii;ill i!;ui)-hirr ui'rorupanied Mis, Guilts Hall In Keimill Wodnes- Ihiyti Socioly - Porsoiuil Mrs. Anni'ln Miihoiill.v:, Mrs. Nrnl , , , ,i ujtittnali. anil Wllllaui llunsiilre, ' ilj "' '"'"I' '''•' 11 ''' 1 "- ol New Madrid, drove lo Mount Mrs. Clius Job has returned home from Ml. Vcniim. Mo., where she lins been vf.slllnu her slMer, Mis. (!. J. Mi'llles. Mr. mid .Mrs. W. N. Itankhi nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Itonnle Gii'enwell wen' in HI. l.ouls last week, [ Mrs. H. 1). (;rowe, who bus been j vi ry 111 with laryiiKltl:;, |.H nmeh liupioveil. Mm. .1. A. Mi-yt:is, of HI, Umls, Inrnii I I'l'Mldi'in, !•; visltlliK Mrs. T. H. Ji'iinln} 1 ;:. M'JiniM l. Kohn nnd tJi-lpple Creek Still Pays CHWVW OllF.EK, Colo. (OP)The Cripple. Creek mines produced more tlmn 500,000 tons of ore In 1017, with an estimated gross value of $5,0i».l)00, &8H Rc-'k. Is visiting her parents. Mr.-'n,e >an,i'ie E. S. llrck Circle of' rs Hlull district of Methodist church- W. Richmond, PaiHLst, Missionary was centered with a large while cake decorated with the valentine mgttf flanked by white tapers In .silver candelabra. Coffee was | poured by Mrs. Anna Terry. Guests from Memphis included: Mrs, Ralph Davis, Mrs. Rose I Schmiihreld. Mrs. Prances Collins Mrs. Oscar Polk. Mrs, T. T. Skinner, and Mrs. Fred Weiss. Olliei out of town guests were: Mrs. S. L. Gladish and Mrs. Louis George j of Osceola. and Mrs. J. S, Dllla- I hunty and Mrs. C. B. Wood Jr. I of Blythevllle. At the conclusion of the bridge I games, Mrs. Thomas P. Hudson j held high score and was given a csfd table. Mrs. Fred Weiss, second high, Mrs. Joe Hires, third. I Miss Bob Williams, fourth, and . Charlie Billlngslcy, fifth, were awarded double decks of cards. I Mrs. Lem Stanford held low and ] was given a carton of Individual match packages. Kirs. R. L. Houck | drew consolation, a care! table, « * . Mr. and Mrs. Ray Graham and I daughter, Olivia, of Rlpley, Tenn., visited Mrs. Graham's aunt, Mrs. I William Thwealt, Saturday. Mtss Dixie Howard left Satur- I day for Memphis, where she will 101 le to Alabama, where she will },er home Wednesday jt .M lier husband, n member of A tin- Coast Guard Palro). Union :it afternoon. program based on the vear- Mrs. Dick Ellen and children of IFoste -., . ' " re VL " litl "8 rcliillves the business session Mrs. M. I book was presented by Mrs. D. K. T and Mrs, Urown. During litre. Steele-Cooter Holland Society—Personal the National I be associated with Burial Association. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Ballew had as their week end guest their daughter. Georgians, of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Butler, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wood Jr., of Blythevllle, were in Memphis Sunday to meet Mr. and [ Mrs. Raj' Cummins, of Hope, Ark. The Rev. P. : A.. Whlleley. Baptist .Missionary '. for Mississippi -county, filled the Liixora pulpit the Sunday evening service. illss Ruth Bulloch spent the v'Pek-end with Iier sister, Mrs. Marvin Orittenden, In Blylhevllle. Mrs. George Tinxley, daughter Marjory Lynn, and Margaret and Alice Ann Odom of Joiner. Ark., ••pent the week end here with Mrs! L. C. Spencer and Mrs. A. L. Mc- liride. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Joues have left for a visit with Mr. Jones' parents in points of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Allison and •on, Carl Jr.. have returned home •ifter a visit will] relatives in Union ~;ity nnd Greenfield, Tcnti. Mr. and Mrs. Bill George have moved lo the .Newberry Johnso; "arm on Gibson Bayou. Airs. P. T. Temple anil son. who :ave been sick the past week Kith nflueiiM, are improving. Misses Prances and Lutle Me- ^ormlck have returned from a Islt with relatives in Newborn Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Wells, of lew Survey, have moved here. Mr. and Mrs. Thurmond Norrid nnoimce the birth of a girl lasi veek. Dexter Thursday. nnd Mrs. Will Miillhcws and daughter Willie left rtldny for Winter Haven Flu., when- they will spend spvcnil weeks. Mr. Mi.", Jesslo Thweiitl wus called; to Cliij'liloii Ihl.s week liirmiM- lit', thi' Illness of her sl'.ldr, Mrs. Maxif- Travis. Mr.-.. R. II. Tuber nnd children. ! Vmvon, MIL, Wi'diii'.'iiluy In vi.sil Mr Hardtack Is n type of large bis tilt baked without salt; the navy alls it seabread. ernathy was welcotned us a mecu- ler of the circle. Mrs. Kay lllnck- ord was elected enlistment chali 1 nan and Myru CierrLsh, ]ier- onal service chairman. 'Hie mcin- icis drew names for "Sunshine "rtends" for the year. During the ocial hour the hostess served cake vith whipped ereaiu and coltec. • * » II. and I'. W. Club Mel. At a ineetiiiB of the Business j mil Professional Women's Club,] Ally. Elmer Peal spoke lo Ihe ;roup on "State and National ^eylslation." His talk was intcr- and educational. Mr. Peal spoke briefly on Important legis- .atlon of the day, anil lie ur^cd the members to familiarise themselves with present day legislative matters as they arc closely connected with business. He recommended a number of writers and articles thai would assist them n keeping abreast of the times. During the business session the following new members were welcomed into the club: Mrs. Dorothy Cooper, and Misses Ruby Barker. The.lnui Thompson und Prances Gilllam of Cooler. Miss Mary Newt Cavr ol Eteele was a guesl. Plans were made for the dinner meeting ami official visit of the slalc president. Miss Margaret Mohler on Feb. 5. * . * Mrs. P. H. Blomeyer has been confined to tier home this week with an attack ol influenza. I Mrs. Albert Mlchie and tla'ugh- 1 ter have left for their home cupy Mrs. spent '.'dwind James will oc- the. Matthews home until reliirn lo tills dty next fall. Wliltrncr hours In of Haytl this city Tuesday tiftmicKin. She wns of the Woman's Club. Miss Mary Mehrle left Thursday inoriilni! for Monroe I.".. lioc'k. 'I. s. Thiiisday nishl when- (hfy «ill j»|n Mr. Tuber to make their liiiiiii'. Miss Kiiwnla Ort't'i 1 will leave Suiuluy lor l-'uiresl (,'lty Ark,, wlioie MIC will m ake lit-i 1 homr willi her inniliir, Mis. Dnla Clirer. where she Miss Sui'ubrth Farmer, n fovmer cluss- inute mid sorority slsler at Snulli- weslern University, Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. liyron Winn. former residents of this city, are announcing Ihe bhlh of ii (lnii.i;l)ter on January 7. Thi> Ih'inn hi Cnrbondflle Wilson Society -- Personal Ml. V. W. Lackey of Tomato Mrs. Bertha Belcher, who li.-i.s been 111 for soveial days from Influenza. Is much [id a rehipse. Mrs. Cleo Tillinan entertained group of young people Tm'scUiy Ight wllli n cnndy [jurly. The condition of Mrs. Frt'd Cult'- uin, who has been ill for some San Anlmilo. Tex., who nre .spending tin 1 winter In Wilson, motored to 'il. Louis Friday lo spend a few (In .vs. A sevi'i) nnd a hall pound son was b>n, to Mr. and Mrs. Slorltnu E. Murll Jr., on .iniiiiiiry U7th. The bnliy lias not yet lieei Mr. llmisplrc';; slslei. Miss inio llansplic. who Is In Hie Hiuui- ' Itirlimi in ll»it rlly. Al'iril llninru lelurned iiomo \S'idneMluy liijin a len days vl-sll n Oklahoma. Mr. und Mrs. Toy Walker nnd Mr. nnd Mis, GnuUl Wlllki-l le- liimod (<i Iliclr liouii' In HI. l.oids Wedni'sdiiy alter ullendliiK Ihe fuiinal of llii'ir mnlhor, Mrs. Mr. mid Mis. NVeslry Waiieii i>t Mills Splines. Mo., wi'iT here Wednesday kitfciulliii', to busliK'ss unci vlsllluj; li lends, Mrs. I'leisoii Hudson, ol Cooler, I'etiirni'il lo her lunno Kunilay aflev ii weeks visit here with her sister. Mis. Olio .Shepherd. Mis. '['lin Humpies roliutu'd Iiomi 1 Sunday from Memphis, Tenn,. whcro she lias been .since Filduy ii'ci'lvlnn medical Iroalnuuil. Mr, and Mrs, Jnnu'.i Miulden of Hwlfl and Mr. and Mrs. John En- yle und son, i-lliuo, of C'oncoril, were here Frldiiy vlsltlni; friends und atlcndlii]! lo business. Dyess Personals 4-H Club Metis. The 4-H club of district four held the regular business meeting Wednesday, January 26, at the community building with James Jacobs, president, In charge. Record books were given out. J. E. Terry nnd Mrs. Battle Gosslen, sponsors ol che council, were present. Guests included E. If. Burns, county agent, and Miss Inez Kin- cald, county home demonstration agent. • * » Club Elects Oftirers. The Cosmopolitan club, composed of community center women, has elected officers for the new ?.-ear: Mj-s. Ben F. Runyan, presi- it; Mrs. Paul Wiggins, vlce- 1 presldent; Mrs. Richard Ferguson, secretary-treasurer. The club met at the home of Afrs. John H. Wilson Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. Runyan presiding over the bust- THIS BOOK EXPLAINS ALL ABOUT PILES A new edition of an illustrated book has just been published hy the Thornton & Minor Clinic— the world's oldest institution specializing in the treatment of piles and other rectal aflllctlons. Tills book explains why rectal disorders frequently cause such common ailments as headaches, nervousness, stomach and liver troubles. It points out the danger of neglecting even a minor ease of piles . .. hows how malignant and Incurn- conditions may result. The mild treatment al Thornton & Minor Clinic, by -which more than 48,000 nrien and women have bsen relieved during the past CO yeais, and which requires no hospltall- zatlon or the use of radical surgery, is fully explained. If you are afflicted, send for a copy of this frank and Informative book which will be sent you in plain wrapper absolutely free. Address Thornton & Minor Clinic, Suite 1319, 325 McGee St., Kcnsas City', Missouri. QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES Vie pay highest prices on poultry nt all times. $ SAVE MONEY AT GAINESMKT. SUPERIOR COAL CO. 700— TELEPHONE—700 Not Just Coal — Superior Coal Washed and Dust Treated Coals SATISFACTION GUARANTEED "Heai for Slatf With ConI" worse, having j Mrs. Murll Is I lie former Miss Uiillli' Itiilli lieimetl of Utythnvlllc, Ak. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lowrance Mrs. Waller y jiller Chklton was n|) havlnj; ))eeti eon- uuir Tliompsou, Joe lllumun Kolui spent In Mi'jnplils. Tenn. Miss Annubctli l,lititmu«h, n ,stu- di'iil at llii' University of Missouri, • IJn' wick end lir'i-o with lu-r CALM YOUR NERVES! DIWC CQ YOUK' 'lUCSCUll'TlON DHIKJCIST 1st riioui' Ml us how you can secure u ciisli reward for safe driving. \Ve iiruiecl you ii^nlndt damage Mills In one of ilio lucent anil Nlnm^.i'st eoinpanleA In thcbuHl- ni'KM; lei n com[):ifiy wltit imilumvldu service, The Farmers Bank & Trust Co. Insurance • i lined lo her room lust week. HIT Miss Kiirllne. Maillu, of 'orlniji'Vlllp. Is vi.sltlnK her. Messrs. Cluirles and Frtd Rowen of LoiiKvluw, Tex., who have liceu me, Is unimproved, There is a larne number of peo- i vllle. Ark., visited Mr. und lie of this community III wllli In-j Thomas E. Olree Tlnnsday. flHcnzn. I Mrs. J. K, lieimetl of lilythe mid ilmichler. l.eHue, of Kennell. I hi'rr vLsltlii); their fulher, C'ha.'i. Mo.. Miss Ihirma and Claudia! Rowen. Kr, returned home Sun- Hemiclt. Miss Annex IiiBiam und Mrs. M, I). Kenwrlgltl of Illylhi'- Mrs. Mrs, J. T. Mt'C'olUim wns con- lined to her room lust week with Inlluoiua. Mr. mid Mis. FOR LOWEST DELIVERY COST . . . $345 19.WFord V-8 Pickup Thin in n v«il buy. Only $m.OO down und $20.00 per lllDlllll. PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY & Wfllmil Phono 810 118 W. Main Phone 93 We Sell COAL STOKERS Also SAND and GRAVEL Bank Days apply On Everything We Sell BELOW IS LISTED SOME OF OUR LEADING COALS Superior Washed Egg 1Ton Vtfon Washed and Dust Treated $6.50 $3.40 HOME COIHFOttT M Lu l M U p' "Made Us Famous" 6.85 3.60 S IT I* R 1? llff 17 ALABAMA «j m. *i r. at. *** MEDIUM LUMP Clean free burning—Httlo ash. The JJichman'» cosl nt Poorman's price. "••>" 4,40 We Sell the Best STOKER Coal and „, „ Arkansas SUPERIOR Smokeless l lus Sa'cs Tax It's a friendly glow.. . that lighted Chesterfield. It brings pleasure and comfort to men wherever they are. That refreshing Chester. field mildness . . . that ap- petising Chesterfield tasie and aroma . . . makes a man glnd he smokes. —™3S«Kj!>i(«:«a;.»*" •-««•»•• -^ ^ ^- hestenield ... they light the way to MORE PLEASURE i |9(B. LIK»TT* k(niiTot,iccoCo,

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