The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 2, 1938 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 2, 1938
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, i<M BLl'THEVlLLE, (AUKJ COURIER NEWS PAGE FIV§ Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. II. !•'. Kirslincr having Thursday Luncheon clul>, Mid-Wcok Bridge club Hireling with Mrs. A, Coiiwuy. Mrs, John !•'. Lcnll luivlng Tliur.'xlay Contract dub. Mr:i. P. C. Rothrock [>nli'rinln- Ing Tlitiiixlny Afternoon club. Jewish Ladles' AW mecUiiK with Mrs. i. IIosMiU'al, B:00 |>. in. FRIDAY'S EVENTS l-jxcmlivi 1 Hoard of Wotnan'ji Mixloniuy Union ol First Baptist church meeting at 2:30 n .in. nt home of Mrs, John Buchanan wilt! Mrs. Jess Senimin as co-hostess. Junior Woman's eluli meeting al club house. Ladies' Bible Class of First Mcth- c.ilisl church meeting at home of Mrs, W. A. Stlckinon with Mrs. I..7E Armstrcni; co-hostess ;it 1:30 p.iu. FLAPPER FANNY Bits of News Mostly ei'soii; .al week ul wlilcli llivw Mr. nml Mrs. | 'llie.v ncconvnaiilcil llic l>oily lo \VI- ilasl week for treatment for a broken iioiiii, Miss., [or burlnl Wednesday, 'nrin, is much Improved ' Miss Cnnio Muo Hlrca uiul Hob Uush Goodman Is II) ti'om Inllii- Ollllsplo were giiwls Saturday nlglil. cnxa ill the home of his griuul- .'uhn Uivn of lionu'wlltft will inuvo here to \>r ooinu'ctcil with thtt IHilldcrs. Mrs. II. Haphiiui lint; returned to in- lionifl III 451. Louis nf(*r H eck's vlsll with friends here. Joe IsHHfs (iiroinixiiili-d by J3r. . K. Wilson went to Memphis jumlay when- Mr. Isini's consulted .leclalisl. lip Is mine very well it ills hoinu but will probably Imve o rcniuln In bed lor .sonic Unit'. Clarence H. WlUou Is 111 lioni nfliicn/a "I Ills lininc, 1133 W. Muln street. J. I/rank Hull, of Memphis, itl- ,endc:l lo business here Monday I.uxoni Society — Personal Tin' members ol Hie Haptkl Woman'.; Missionary Society met with Mis. ,1. 1. Mlfl'lln Tiwsilny nftcr- nuiin lor (In 1 llrsl lesson In the new iii. i .'^on-.';liuly, "Kniil.s of tin 1 Veins." :irce<llnn the Home IVflsslon Week el l'ra>er. The next les:;on will be lield In Hie home ol Mrs. 11. O. Wilklm on the iiltcrmion of February 8. Mrs. Charles livuns Is llu 1 missii>n sliidy ..teiu-liei'. Miss Lnxiim Waller is visiting her sister, Mrs. 12I1K- SU'hl and diiusliIiT, Mary Ctillic'ilnc. Ill Ne« iilii.. IJusM'll JloivtMl ivus i'dlled I.- ik'iilonyllle, Ark., Miniilay be C;UIM' ul the MiiHlt'ji iletith of hei nuuher. Mis. .lackson. thut iiionv in';, iihc vvus iiei'umpanled by Mr ''Dogs are certainly peculiar! Wouldn't you i»!>l 'is soon have alrcsli bone as llic one you i>nt in'cold storage lasl summer?" To Honor Girls Al UiillciiiK IMrly. Joan Lilc Uuker nml Billy Fain Kheddan, of Osccola, and Ann Porlcr Travis, who has moved here from Osccol-.i, will be [Micsls al honor al a <lanci»K party lo \ir. given by Mr:. Maude S. Truvis, ijriindmotlicr o! Ann P.irtrr, and Mrs. Arthur Lee Wefcb, both of Osccola: The affair is to be, Friday night at the Blue Room ofj the Hotel Noble. | There are 150 boys mill eMs, from CoCCOla and Blylheville to be invited to the a Hair. Music will l>e furnished by an orchestra from Memphis. * * * Ccnlimie Study Of Foreign Missions Mrs. B. 11. Allen gave ii review of the life of Dr. Nettie Ciricr, taken from Ihe book on "Outstamlint; Micsionarics In China" at the meeting of Ihe Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian clmrch Tuesday afternoon al the home of Mrs. Rives Allen. < Mrs. C. M. Cray conducted the devotional nt this second meeting of a series to he Mil during the week e,f prayer and self denial for ! A. Cunningham aiul foreign missions. (Homer were guests. j — - - . ; The meeting of Ihis Rroup.: A two course luncheon was sen 1 - Lady" given by Miss Margarci scheduled for Thursday at the i ed at small liiMe.s in Hie am: Shaver, a sumlwlch plate home of Mrs. Koss tjtcvciu. will \ room. Valentine tallies marked the served, not bo hc!;l because of the /unroll tiiesl'. 1 ; places. In tl:e bridge games which followed. Mr:;. Harry Kirby was high. her home on north sixth street. The affair was given by 20 friends who had worked with Mrs. Bror.ks In the city and Osccola tclenhcne exdmHfjes. Following supper, games were played by the guests. * • * 1-hitcrtain Clith Mrs, W. U. Chamblin enlevtain- cd tiic Tuesday Luncheon club [it her home yesterday when Mrs, C. Mrs. W. L. Mr. and Mrs. Winner L '^'liirl' jr.. me in Osn'ola with the Dye:;' children while their mother. Mrs W. |(, DycMi, Is a patient hi tin Baptist liosphal. I Air. mill Mrs. Ucorao CnidiliK- 1 and I'lillilren, Jiiekle mid UlUy. re turned hmni 1 Kinidny after i\ sis weeks visit with relatives in Hum- ! •f Mr. Ulld Mrs. Kiiy MOHnncy, of 'iiingouKI. unit ulletuled the I'resl- e,nl's bull. Mr. »ui\ Mrs, Joe Hires, Mr. nm! Mrs, Bum liowen, and Mr. mul Mrs. | icsse Brown, members of lliu I,ux-1 irn-Osceoln-lllyllicvlllo bridge club. UK! Dr. anil Mrs. T. V. Hudson, lub jiuests, were In Oscc<iln 'llie.s- Iny night lUtendlni,' Ihe clulj when Mr, and Mr.i. Oil) 1 Brymit wci'e .losls. Mrs, Jiwc Hrou'ii, Mrs. sum lla- wen, anil Mrs. H. J. Smith were Memphis visitors Tnciilny, Kills 'iMnkcrsloy Is vlsllliiB his brothers. Hex anil Hush Tankersley. In l.lllle ltix:k. Mrs, Ho CliKHlman, who eulerrd the Hapliiit Hospital in Memphis paienla. Uont! Courier News ,Want Ads, Unless you Imvc stored furs In a I inolh-proo't :bai{i «' taken oilier: I precAUUws, they should baj biouijlil liito the cun two or thrco I times during Hie summer and! txuilcn Ilijhtly with a cane, :| FOR LOWEST DELIVERY COST ONLY $150.00 1934 Ford V-8 Si'o tliw one mill • siivu. Only ?GO.OO ilowu and §13.00 pei 1 mould. • PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY Mh & Walnut Phone 810 Mr. nud Mrs. Clifford CuvlU mil son, loruierly of here bill now at 1'liiH. Mich., lire Kiipsts of I)r. mil Mrs. C. A. Calihvcll. '1'hey plan to uu here Iwo or Uiree weeks. Mr. mill Mrs. Lewis Callow mill hHilren, of Meniplils, \vere quests if Mr. and Mrs. U. 11. Willey aun- : '"y- I biiidl. 'I'enn, lotiis H. Hidsloy. ol JciiiesljOKi., ilr (|m( M ,. s _ „ w Nichols left ,s here (or two duy.s nUcndtng Ul iMmuUiy night for Union City. T'eini. Uiisine.s.5. | w i,|,|(. '([ 10 y | m ,i i,,- c n culled on ac- Mi-u. Nallmii Wclnljcrj; :niil Mrs. | ,. m ,, u „, i nc ileath ol Mr. Nichols 1 lingerie, went to Mrs. Lloyd Stick- mon. I A salad plate mis served al the 1 conclusion of the brtilRC yaiiKr.. ... ! "N" ot T. E. O. Has Meeting Mrs. Harry W. llaines was in charge of the program when the "N" chapter of 1>. E. O. met at the home of Mrs. W. U Homer Tuesday night. Following a review of the Kaiit- inaii «n<l Dayton play "The First wa: E. U Talllaferro, of Osccolu, were In Ulylhcville Tuesday as i;uesl.s ol Mrs. Louis ApplclKiuui ami Mr.s. Hugh WliltsitL. Miss Mary Spain Usrey. who lias been .spending her "bctwc:u semestirs" vacation with her nio- liitlicr. Mr. Ollli! Nlclivl.i. who >v;.vi killed Hmiday night by a train. Iva Crabtrce had as her ;; Tuesday, Miss Franees llailey nf I.itlle llork, assistant slulr? supervisor of home oconomie.s. Mr. an;l Mrs. T. 11. O'Keefs wciil STUFFY HEAD services for one of their members. Mrs. N. Johns., who died at her home on Chickasawba avenue Tuesday morning. Have Surprise Sbl>wcr Mrs. Travis Brooks, before her marriage in December Miss Martha Hay, Friday night ( with was surprised a bufTet sup- and Mrs. high. Cunningham, second Club Has P.irs. llussell Farr played cards with members of the Youni; Matron's Bridge, club in their party yesterday afternoon at the home To Entertain Jonesboro Masons Thursday Night The Blylheville chapter of the Royal Arch Masons will entertain Ihe Joncsboro chapter here Thursday at the-Masonic hall with ilc- rjrce work ami supper. The mect- pjr . and miscellniieoii.s shower" nt.of Mrs. 'w. C. Jligginson. The prize, hit' will start al 5:30j)'cloclw [her Mrs. M. O. Usrey. returned i I" Korresl City Tiicsiliuly bccuusc to Oxford today where r.hc is u ' «f lh<> death of Mrs. O'Kei'le's mm . lullciil nt the University of Mis- | Miss rietty Muufoid Monday iilcW. :is.sipi)i. She was neconipaiikcl lo Uriniihis by Mrs. Usipy, Mr;:. Cc:il Shane, and Mrs. Joe li. Ucas- ey. Mrs. Mas R. l,an t ;c, of lloulder A f , rop , an j |Hy. N C ™.i a h II,, curst of ^VSc a K uinl sister. Mrs. R M. Sweet, und the fct c! ,,s iloiJKiiig mu- Rcv. Mr. Sweet. Mrt. Lanje plans cl)s , laluccii svyollni to be hero three weeks. membranes—helps W. L. Homer returned Saturday from Kansas City where he attended !\ meeting of lumber men. • Arthur Hushing is seriously ill from Influenza at hi:; home on West Ash sdTcl. Thcodr.rc arott, of Ohirauo. 111., arrived here Saturday (n spend on'-' or Iwo weeks with hi;; parenUi. Mi and Mrs. C. L. Scull, mill fani'lly. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gilbert and baby have moved lo Homersvillc, Mo', where Mr. Gilbert, will be the malinger of the branch of the East Arkansas Supply company there. They plan to ao sometime. lhi> keep sinuses opcii. VSCKS FINAL REDUCTIONS on Children^ Clothes " OFF VQWLKR OIWC YOUR •I'KKSCUH'TION DRUGGIST Main 1st Shirley Temple and Deanna Durbin's ^>Dre«ses, Shirley Temple Coat* Kayncc and Happy Kid Tweeduroy and Pnnts, Dress Pants, Knickers All S«I<;.s Final and for Cash Only .Hint Kcc«lv«l—A Nu\v. Shipment'-.01' • .; ; L'AIGLON WAS!H:FROCKS JACK S SALE OF MERCHANDISE SLIGHTLY SOILED FROM5SMOKE Beginning Thursday Morning At 8 O'clock Coats - Suits - Dresses - Hats And A Big Variety of Other Quality Merchandise All $25 Silk & Wool Winter Dresses HO All Winter Silk Wool Dresses §16.95 Viil. One Rack of Silk Dresses ' All $25 Winter Coats and Suits no All $16.95 Winter (loals & Suits ONK HACK OF 40 ^elly Don. Smocks House Coals and Dresses lledueed NTKIl SILK DIMiSSES 1'XiK ( Balh Robes and I'ajiinia.s Corchirov Ba'h IfohcH and 1'ajanias ' up lo Sfi.OO values 81.50 All Winter HATS H All New Spring Reduced in P (Dobbs Nol Included) All Corsets, Underwear, Hose, Gloves & Blouses Reduced ALL NEW KVliNING DRESSES DKAJS'J'ICALLY FxEDUCED (SMALL CHARGE FOR ALTKKATIONS. ALL SALKS FINAL)

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