The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 9, 1938 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, February 9, 1938
Page:
Page 2
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 2 article text (OCR)

PAGE TW<? Bl/y-THEVrLLE. (ARK.) CO.tJiUEIi-NEWS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1938 §ocial Calendar Bridge club meeting A B Falrneld W McCutcfief? entei- the Thursday Contract club^ TlwrsfUy Afternoon ciub meet- Ing witfi Mrs P cS Rothrpck , Business' Roman's Circle of First Baptist ctvur«h meeting at church at $30 p rt $\t>, C meeting with Md J W Bkdfi* at 2 30 pin ' FRIDAYS" EVENTS LiWji£)ry~ d^parfftient of \Vbman i club' m|ehr& at club house at 2 30 p ui , Slated meeting of the O E b. and'Dutch supper at 7:30 p.m. at the h»U EJnrwood Cemetery Association meefcng at; hgme of Mrs J H. Smart jr., 2:30 p.m. Corcas Sunday school class of First Baptist church, meeting at the church afc 2 30 p m ijATtlVI.'A^'? EVKNTp Brpwnie Pscic of the Girl Scouts having a tea at- Ihe First Presbyterian church from 2 00 to 4 CO o clock FLAPPER FANNY Club Has Guests Mrs B. F Klrshner and ifrs. Fr«i Child «ere guests of flic Tuesday Luncheon club when it met With' Irfrs M A Isaacs jest"" day afternoon Surtax cjecorations were used tlvrougfiout the part\ \\ltli a bowl ofipang flowers as the centerpiece of the' dining table nt whi-li (lie two. course luncheon \\as sened JJX QIC bridge games Mrs Child v,as hlgji ancj Mrs Hunter C Slius, second high Glass Has Bunco Party Twenty members cf the Golden' Rule, Sundaj school class of the First Christian church were ^nler- tained with a,bonco pirtj it the home of Mr and Mrc Itupert Graf- tdh, Tuesday night In r lne short business meeting whftri preceded the bunco jilaji plains were made for increasing the mernrjership of the class In;the games, Charles Rose re- ceiWd <5r>5la1 ash trays for high pn?e and Mrs J D Smith a box of >-\^lentirie candv iv)r low Ite traveling prize a large peppermint 'tici, went to Mrs I O Westbrook jr K valentine scheme was carried outjin the holiday tallies and the dejjseit .cohrse vJhich was served TJj»h ttafe pap>r heaK in the cerife: of faie plat* was a cherry tart to^p« witl} whipped cream and indivldua he^r^, nunra and coffee were'also served --«..- J Club « %s Riley B Jones entcrtainei thV. Young Matrons Bridg" cl><t yesterday afternoon nhen Mrs Jesse Taylor won the prize hos lery Jonqiiils' arranged throughoii taMiyv'g room piovidccl t sprin a. nlosp'icre foi til" card game*. 4 saUd plate w« served (M conclusion of llv ganlcs « « * Has Luncheon Meeting A, large bowl or ro^es and nar cissuses 'uas used in the ccflle of the luncheon table v.hert Mrs Hiram Wyhe and Mrs C T-afigston entertained members tag Daughters of the America Revolution at the Hotel Noble jcs Wrday afternoon Jirs 1 F B Jojner was ill charg of the,, program vhich dealt ml the problem of national dcfem the history of the national D , R organization and of the Cha levplx chapter In connection wit the,, first topic, a number of mar; azinfe and pamphlets on nation defense nere displayed ihe VErsioh.>rid the 'new Vincent L pez, .arrangement of Ihe SLa Epangled Banner" were played Mrs./Charles Penn. 'A, three course luncheon Eerveif to, the .giiests. Strfly' Moslem Lands "Mosques' and the Cbureli" was Ihe^.jSBubJect of the. study program when' the Mission Study group of the,.First Christian church met at thej.hpme.of:-'Mrs. Rupert Cra<ton Monday, afternoon. Mrs. J.-C. Ellis was in charge of thevdevotional; Mrs. John C. Mc- Hahey, program leader, was assisted-by Mrs. George Cross, who talked on '•Moslems in India." Mrs. Gofdon•: Eyrard. who discussed "Moslems in Chfha" and Mrs. Cecil Lowe,- wHose subject was Alexander Campbell's home. . During-the., business session, it was. announced that' trie world's Bits of News Mostly Personal S Wilson ociely ~ Personal Harold Gulp won prizes, Jackie yi$s I ftp Mrs. Nolgrass who'is conval- the recipient of many gilts. Mrs. | csplng from a major operation in Tucker served refreshments of j>aml- he Mplliodlst hospital. wiches, cookies and hot chocolate. » * » \V. C. T. U. Meets The W. C. T. U. members met at i the home of Mrs. Bessie Frye Fri- aflemooii with, two visitors jowrey. Mr. and '• Jos Wilson Nelson returned lau . ,vcck from a month's visit with his P^ cnt - nMrs - E. E. Simpson, presi- uiother, Mrs. Marie Howell in Miami, fla. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lano were called to Jonesboro Friday night upon the silJden death of Mr. ."1 guess we.can't have a show—I only got one reel." "Don't be sills'!-\Yc'll advertise a iloublc feature ;in' nmi Mrs. T. J. Btirx? returned Tuci'•y from a wvh's visit In Shaw Joe T. Blylhc and Pets Neilman, of Uclroil, Mich., who have bciii vacatlonins in Florida, were in niylhcvlllc yesterday and la. si ii!(ht as (lie guests of Miss L;!a )?lythe and Mr. and Mrs. Toni riilllips. TIir ; y left for Dqtrdit tiiis morning. ;. Mrs. K. G ."Pete." Betzler, \vlio 'ms been 111 from bronciilal piicit'^ inonia for three weeks <it' her iiomc, 700 Park street, is much Improved today, Mrs. O. O. Hardaway and son, Oscar Jr.. rc'urncd Tuesday' /rbm Mena, Ark., where slic visile;! her mother. Mfes Bessie Bisliop. who lias been 111 from a cold, Is now able to be out. H. N. Hill. v;ho has been : very ill at his home. Is now showing- .steady impiovcnicnt. - /. Mrs. Whit Goodman and daughter. Loe, of Memphis, arrh'cd Tuc-ilay to be the guests of Mrs. Oocdtiian's pit rents, Dr. and Mrs! !•;. n; Smith. They will return" to their home tomorrow. Mrs. A. O. Litlle and Mrs. A. Ccnway siwnt Tuesday in Mem- Mrs. LeRoy Wood left today, for Cation, 'Mo., where she will ylsji her sister, Mrs. David Barton, iinti I Mr. B'avton for a week. I,anc's brother, They remained until Sunday lor the funeral. T. !'. Jolm.',on of Cbiiffee visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Johnson. here for a few days. Mrs. Chas. Elkins and two small children relurnort Sunday after .spending the past two inontlis iviUi her parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. Edgar Harris at. West Point. Miss. While there Klin n Mended the wiidinR of her brclhcr, Sydney Harris, editor of the West Point Times Leader. ay of prayer would b. observed she atlendcd the spring rorhial ^ Mftx Pa| . ks „„„• Rrlss p ^ ri n farcb 1 at the First Baptist church given by the Keillors' of the E'ngi- ' ' craves were in Memphis vester- Mrs. Evn D. Elkins and Mrs, Gladys Molt returned Monilny from Hot Springs, Ark., where they Client the past several months, -irs. Molt Is taking a technician course. ' Mrs. Minnie Burton spent the week end In Lepanto, Ark., with her iMistantl and .son. Mrs. George Allen Ovcrslrect of M'jiriiton Is here spending a few lavs, with her pr.rcnts, the llev. nnd Mrs. W. E. Faulkner. '. jMr. add Mis. J. V. Orr .spent ; >:iiday In Marked Tree, guests of Mr. Qrr's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, V. A. Fra/icr. They were accompanied by their son and daughter, ( rank and Rulli Orr. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Turner, jr.. and daughter, June, spent the week end In Memphis with Mr. .uid Mrs. Pulnnin Dye. . Miss Kathryn Montgomery of Kelscr visited lier brother J. A. Montgomery and family here over ilia week end. Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan have moved to Kclser. dent, was in charge of the business session, Mrs. J. W. Golden presented the program and Mrs. Henry Euell the devotional. Those assisting with the program were Mrs. Mae Skinner. Mrs. Don Chapln nnd Mrs. Viola Cullims. In a social hour the, hostess served popcorn and apples. * 0 » Mr. and Mrs. lien Topper and son, Jean, and Ellis Kolin ^p Sunday in Memphis with friends. C. O. Rainc jr. was in Memphis Sunday with Mrs. Hainp. «')io is a patient in the Methodist hospital Mr. and Mrs. Maycs Cliism and daughter, Betty Ann, of Poplar Bluff, and Mrs, Mary Thompscn. of Memphis, spent Sunday with Miami Mrs. W. T. Nethery and Mrs Fivnnic Chism. Mr. and Mrs. Curl Land were called to Koshkcnon^ Sunday i)j the serious illness of Mr. Lund'! father, Fred Land. M. E. Nctgrass ini'l f.ons, Doi ami Morris, and Mrs. Edith .Sfcellj of CariiUiersvillo, spent Sunda »Valnut Ridge, Ark., spent the week nd with Mrs. Hart's sister, Mrs. D. M. Wyatt, and Mr. Wyatt. Richard Lowrey, of Tipionvlllc. 'enn., returned home Tuesday af- cr a visit W itli his (Hither, Frank Mrs. Eugene Hart of turned Friday from H£rtsal|e, Ala., where they visited Mr. Fitzgerald's father, R. H. Fitzgerald. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Ger- turdc Mcralg of luka, Miss,, a fdr'rtier resident. J. H. Fitzgerald, | nnd' Miss Josephine Norman, .both of Memphis, accompanied them also, and {pent the week end here. Mrs. Heed WoodsWe, 6f Parma, Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Fitzgerald re-1 Anna Dunkln, who is 1)1. Calotabs Help Nature To Throw Off a Cold Millions have found in Calotabs ;i most valuable iiid in the treatment of colds. Tiiey talte one or two tablets the first night nnd repeal the third or fourth night if needed. How do Cylolabs help nature throw off a cold? First, Calotabs arc one of the most thorough and dependable of all intestinal elimi- nants, thus cleansing the intestinal tract of. the virus-laden mucus and toxins. Second, Calotabs arc diuretic to tho kiclueys, promoting the elimihittion of cold poisons from (lie blood. Thus Calotabs serve (lie double purpose of ;i purgative and diuretic, both of which arc needed in the treatment of colds. Calotabs arc. quite economical; only twenty-five cents for the family package, ten cents for the trial package.—(ady.) > Mrs. James B. Clark, state" prrs'-; Hmt,. mi Invitation had bQcci iicerliiB School. .tended to the women' of the First | lifts', -j-t H. Brown has returned „ „. „„„„. ., wv ^^. hristian church .In Kchnett to visit from u six weeks'visit wltli her soil, ident of the United Daughters tit ere trio third Mojirtay. JRFobruju^jrjw'nTtl jBi-ou'h and family, of Lri- the Confederacy, was in Osccoia 1 In the social hour, the iiostois fayclter'La. - - jvcslerday afternoon where'she wa> erved a dessert course. irs. Elected President Mrs. C. Modi liner, was Mr', and Sirs. Ward Wilks and inicst of family have rilovcd from the Castle- tho Dr. bcrvy property on Carletbn Ave- chanter. .' line to. East Third Street. honor lit a meeting of' James Franklin TJavlc-s elcclcil Mrs. ^ Sfarie Farls left Mondny •resi'dent of the. Allar Society of evening for Kansas City, Mo. She lie piiurch of tlie JiriiiiaculatR'pan- was called there by the scribus.ill- eplibn at, a ineeUng of the group t ness of lier son, John, londny afternoon"' at til dr'ectory.' Mrs. W. L. Cone left Suiuhij 1 for This position was lelt vacant when (lie home ot her daughter, Mrs. irs. \V. V. Alexander, who recently paiil Howell, near Foi't Riley, Kan. .loved- to Osceol'a, resigned. Mr. Jfovvcll is seriously ' ill with lii the business meeting, plans pneumonia Iu a Port Riley hospital verc made for a bingo party to ba iuid Mrs. Cone expects to remain ie)fl Thursday, February 17, at the «-i(,h her dnuslilcr for several wcDks. jathollc Hail. . Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil foivis and * ' ' sons find Mr. and Mrs: Fred Ricli- ilas Ciub x "Mrs. Enimn neujbers ¥ of hV bridge club Tucs- relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Co!« have returned from St. Louis where'tiwjr . liave been doing spring buying (or Iliclr sliop. ' - ivllss Margaret Prtiitt, of Armor j-cl," Is visiting In .Tupelo, -Miss?; she the ards spent the week end in Treft- NoleiV enlei-taincrt toil, Tenn., where they visited witji I _ju at her home when ',~Bol)ihsoii was the only guest of formerly Armorel. Mrs; Mls ,. Mavlua Wiu . c nobbliv:' nt i s i ee ] Ci Ma ; Howard Caldvvcll, Grace Lj'ou of Pi'iiitt plans' to be gone tlirce days; Mrs. Walker II. Baker Is fn Memphis today. ';' Tiie Rev. H. Lynn \Yaelc left Mils inorliing for Yellvill'c, ArK to' be with his brother,- Ernes 7 \Vnrte, .-vvlio is critically ill ni, ills li<jmc ''were. " - WSti- tijiirt Mrs. D. A. Harwell PnVKiffPArk.. are Ilin sncsts of THE EARLY BIRD WILL PULL THE BEST PRE SPRING CLEARANCE SALE 1M(> C'lievrolol Deluxe Coup'o, Only §375 li>;!, r > Chcvrni'cl Coupe, Special S.2!'5 1936 Chevrolet Touring Sediiri S3U5 IDIi'l Cltevrnlcl Cosich, real buy §209 1 »:54 Chevrolet Coudi, Biirgain S22D 1931 Ford Sedan, A-Moilcl $ i>5 1933 Ford V-S Tudor, a Ktcal 5149 1935 Ford. V-8 Coupe, Deluxe Model §32 1 J IMa Ford V-8 Deluxe Touring Sedan $289 T R U C K S 1936 Chevrolet I'tcli-up Truck S3IIU !!>:{(> Ford V-8 Pick-up Truck .5300 Ifl.'iC O.M.C. I'kk-up Truck , SJ325 1935 Chcvrolel. 131 hi. Whculbasc Truck ... 193G Chevrolet 131 in. wheelbasc Truck ... Many Others to Choose From Easy G.M.A.C. Payment 1'laii .Following^, the.; bridge gaiVics, a i salad, course was served by U;e| hostess. . Carutliei'sville Society— Personal Monday Nisty Club Met Mft. Ely Saphjari was hrjstcss to he nichibbrs of the Monday Nlglil 31Ub and two extra guests'. Miss Marie SUinek. and Mrs. dlayton Schullz, at the Eat Shop Monday evening. Mrs. Clayton Scrnillz held high, Mrs. Jack' Oowniiig second, and Mrs. Ben Topper of Hayti cut for consolation. The hostess serve;! chicken salad, spiced pears, apricot chiffon pic and coflce. Sitlllilay Conlnicl Club Entertained Members of the Saturday Aller- noou Contract- Club and two extra guests. Mrs. GlITorri Edgcrlou and Mrs. Robert Hawkins, were entertained at the hoivic ot one of its neinbers, Mrs.. Paul Mchrtc, Fergu- on avenue, Saturday afternoon, rizcs -\\fnl to Mrs. Harold Jones, igh, a Hanging ivy vase, and Mrs. jdgerlon, guest, received an apron. Irs. Jones cut for consolation, rc- eiving an apron and a shower of thcr lovely gifts. During the games ic hostess served cinnamon nuts nd later' during the social hour hop su'e'y with side dishes, iieart hapcd iced cup cakes and colle Irs. S. O. 6'enrieltj was a lea gliesU Miss Mary Elizabeth IJohcrty left 'riday evening for Rolla, Mo., where tills city as Hie guest' of Mr. nnd Mrs. C.cprge R. Crockett; "Sir: and Mvs. Morrcll DeRolgn and daughter. Miss' Mary Lucille, spent' the week end in .St. Louis, irorcli jr.. a sl'udeiit at Westminister College, Fulloiv, Mo., met them here' for a Bboi't visit. Mr. aivJ \Irsi DeRciqli nml daughter retimir eel hortic Monday afternoon. Mrs. Jessie Bollard of Blytlievillc ;pent Monday in this city looking itler business interests. JSff Darnell of the'Concord community In the north- end of the county spent Thursday iu this city looking after business interests. R : . .W. Ward of Portagevillo spent Tuesday here. R. L. Wavrt jr., spent Monday in Memphis with Mrs. Ward wlio is in one of the hospitals there. He also visited with Mrs. Bennett Bernard. The: two young women will lie. able lo return home soon. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bernard and son, Jinunie, loft Sunday for Woocl- lawn aiul Dccalnr, 111., where they will visit with, relatives of Mr. Bernard. They will spend some lime with his uncle, W. D. Mnynor, a patient at one of the Op::ilur nov piUils. and with Mr. ami Mrs. is; Wood nt woodlawn. tl\e week-'end in a'hrt Mrs. E. B. Stanley and .Mrs WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- IW Httfflin Karig' UG» '' 1 ,*? ^OJW'JJIUT JUl.t^O Munds t> e Into jpui Boweli d»ilj. 11 Ihi 9 ' «notno«IH8««IJ,ynurfoodao(!8n'tdi5aU It lost dcc>Ti In flit Bf*cll. Gas Ho>5 np ' ymir Kofcici. VonHBit oihithinM. :'V«re . « «r«t«B> to poUonral «nd s-ou (ccl ecor. tak «J the world, looks panlt. A nww bow« roovetffcnt doesn't Ret at * t 0 " 5 - ? M c»t« r el tW Uo poun l»t i>?>J,?5>)}«'"a l !?^*V'ArV I f« aggffi^^v^ Drt. Wert & Werf Digging Chain Saves Man MANSFIELD. O. (UP)—Thirty neighbors formed a continuous digging chain and rescued William penman. 54 when n well lie was diggi J. P, : .Saiindei'5. Mr. Harwell,'_\ v ins been 111 since his arf|vaj here. Monday, is now much in'iprovctl. Beware Coughs from common colds aflgOn No matter how irtnny medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold, or bronchial irritation, you can gel relief' now with Crcoiruilsion'. Serious trouble may bo brewing and yoh cArinoti afford to take a chance with nny remedy less potent than Crcomulsion, which goes right to the scat of the trouble and aids nature to soothe and heal the inflamed iuuco\is. menibra'nes and lo loosen arid eSpel the germ-laden rihlegirr. Evefi if btlie'r remedies have failed, don't be discouraged, try CreomiiT- sioii. Your druggist Is aiilhofIze'd-to refund S'our money, if you aro.riot thoroughly satisfied with the benefits obtained from (hp.-.vcry -first bottle. Crcomulsion !R one word—nob two, and it has no' hyphen in it. Ask for it plainly, see that the ria'mo on" the bottle is C'reoniulsipn', and ybu'll get the genuine rkoriucl and the relief you want. (Adv.) Want to sell Brick Fids, on North 2nd 51. Real bargain for permanent investment, G. G. CnuilUI SM" ' " FORD 8$ Deluxe Tudor Trunk Low mileage, ; good while siiK-: »al| iirc.s CQtilppDd with rartlo and $t7S Down and $23.76 per tct your, eld car make (lio d«« n payment and drive '•> nearly nq^y Ford at srmll cost Motor Co. ind PoViliac Sales and Sci'vicc . lTfW.^Bi-''^!3ti^';.-^- Walnut ^'"phonc 100 GROCERY & IMftSKET COFFEE SMI YE1 2889 Insist on Goo£ Coffee Hayti Society — Personal DOLLAR Has Birthday Parly : Arnold Tucker entertaiiu n. a birthday partv " See Thursday's Paper For Full Details old. Thirty 1 two of his friends spent the a'fternoon playing games and Re&mdiietions Of Early Solid black walnut,, solid brass hardware, walnut bottoms, solid•• walnut drawer sides and backs, concealed ball-bearing casters, shirt partitions and jewelry I rays. JTKiWS AH Dresser Chest of Drawers Bed Night Stand S70.5G 562.50 $47.50 SI 5.00 Start the. right every by drinking a cup sa oif.^AW^ ^uy a Pound Today Happy Hour Grocery. Try this Mountain Grown, Vacuum Packed Coffee, We guarantee each pound to give tis.f action. -:- -;. . : , 109 W. Main Street- 15 Solid Maple Bedroom Furniture Dresser, Chest ;nxl n c ,i ) regular $74.50, Special. Trice , • Vanity Dresser. (| H 'sl, Poster l!«l :m'(i Hctich regular §95.50, spenal S9.SQ A Home Furnishings i^oder&tely Priced \

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page