The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 18, 1937 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 18, 1937
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PAGE COURIER- NEWS Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Golden Rule Sunday School class, First Clnistlan church, hitting bxiuco paity at home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Norr|s Moon. Music •dc'imUnent, Woman's club, meeting at Central Ward school, 3 P. M SATURDAY'S EVENTS Chapter ~''N," l>. E. O.. having luncheon.meeting with Mrs. Rllcy B. Jones and Mrs. Dixie craw- ford at Jones home. An Outfit for Needles to Fashion Founders Day Observed In Joint T.-T. A. Meeting. All-of Ihe Parent-Teacher Asso- cialions lu the city's public scV.ool system joined In observing the b'lrlliday of the founders of tills group in a meeting yesterday afternoon at Hie clly high school auditorium. Mrs. Marllm Wlnburn England :prd5entcd a progrnni whlcn was climaxed \vilh the planting of an American elm tree on the hlijli ' school' campus. Paul Craig, vocational .agricultural teacher, was as- fisted by some of his students in tilts ceremony. J. Ixnits Cherry gave a talk, "Ti-cs Planting," In 'opening' tho program. A caudle ll«htln« ceremony featured a i»; eant presented by high school stu- dep'.s. This was followed by the reacting of poems by Miss Evelyn Smart, Roland Bishop, Jay Smith anil John Hunt, In a social hour refreshments were served, IXiu^hler Born. The daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. John Sparks on February (i 1 .'b been mined Sherry Kay. She weighed six pounds at birth. Mrs. Sparks' who was formerly Mlsr, Estelle Limslord, and fll? baby tiru at the horn;; of Mrs, Sparks' iiar- cnts. Mr. and Mrs. J. E, Lunsford, on 21st street, « * » Club Hiis a New Member. Mrs. W. A. Afflick is a new member o[ the Wednesday Bridge clul), replacing Mrs. Estclle Cooke Vollmer, who has moved to Memphis. This club was entertained by Mrs.' .Baker. .Wilson week when Mrs. J. Louis Cherry was a guest. Tlvey Imd lunch at Ihe dining table, which had a bowl of'jonquils for tlie centerpiece. Later in the card p,anies Mrs. Harry Kiiby won first and Mrs. W. H. Miuyard second Irish. •Women Meet Tonight. The newly organised Business and Professional women's circle of the Flr't Mclhortlsl. .church will have a •program and social meeting tonight, :7:30 o'clock, at Ihe church. Misses Mary Cummlngs and Mary Hubler are to he in charge of (he meeting Mis H Lynn Wade Is circle chairman. • * . » Clirir (o Practice. The choir of-the First Methodist :hurch will have a parctice meeting tonight, 7:30 o'clock, at the church, under the direction of Miss Kalheryu Grear. * •• • • t Music Department Wilt Have Demonstration Meeting. Students of the sixth, seventh and eighth grades of Itie city public school will give demonstrations in a imeliug o: the Music department of tin Woman's club Friday afternoon, 3 o'clock, in Miss Mary Emma Hood's music room of the Central Ward school. Mothers of stu- dsnts participating and ether visitors are Invited. Mi's H3a1 will present n demonstration m siglu reading and ear (ruining by students of the sixlh grade. Pupils of Junior high school will sing three choruses and S"Veral other students will-give brief talks of Ihe lives of famous com- POECI-. STlj Matliis will explain several music projects carried out by students of the seventh grade. Two Divorce Suits Mrs. .Nellie Smilh has filed suit in chincciy court against Matt Fmitn asking foi a divorce on the ground of 'indignities. W. H. Springer has filed suit asu.isl Mn Ella Jackson Springer wo. ln» a divorce on the Ground of--<iesertion. CNudc P. Cooper is attonicj for bolh plaintiff. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs, Bernard Gooch underwent major operation yesterday at, the Memphis Methodist hospital. Her condition is very good and Mr. Gooch and Mrs. Gooch's' mother, Mrs. C, B. Crlggcr, returned home ast night. Mrs, Gooch's cousin, Mrs. JSam Thomas, remained with her. Mrs. Mary young, of Cardwcll, Mo., has returned to her home alter having been the guest' of Mrs. ~i. Slarkcy since Thursday, coming lierc for the funeral pf Mrs. J. B. Hyland. Mrs. May QulbcrUon, who was also the guest of Mrs. Starkcy, has gone to St. Louis for a visit Ix'lore returning to her home in Flint, Mich. Mrs. J. p. pride and daughters, Mrs. Oliver w. Coppedgc and Mhs Carolyn pride, and Mrs. S. J. Cohen arc In Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. Everett B. Gee went to Memphis today.where Mr. Gee is attending a Prigldairc meeting. Notley Harrls,,of New.-York city, is attending to business-here lo- 'niURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, is! weeks with Mi'.'and Mrs. G. D. Hammock. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rutherford and son, Fred, returned yesterday" from Memphis, where they have been for four weeks. R. A. Copeland Is ill with influenza at his homo on Davis Ave. 7M 1). Harrison Is attending to business In Rector, Ark., today. Mrs. I. O. Wcstbrook l)as're- turned from Memphis where she spent four weeks with her daughter, Mrs. R. L. Dedinan, and family. The Rev. C. E. Hollrield has re. lurried to his home in Rector, Ark., after a week's slay with his sisters, Mrs. Zal B. Harrison and Mrs, A. 13. Holland, and family. member of one of the oldest families in this section. Mr. .White, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. White, formerly lived hers lut Js now engaged In farming at "annlou, Mo., where thsv will make h5lr home, day. Walter Roscnllml has relumed from St. Louis where 'he bought • Yarn and time is all It will take for you to have this stunning three-piece outfit. There arc such lovely ynrus nvnllnble in a wide range of colors, loo. The design has a knitted Iweed jacket or con- trnMlns colors; Uic vcstcc Is crocheted; and the latest touch of smartness is given the skirl for It has knlttcd-in pleats. Illustration.'; of the stitch and easy-lo-follew directions arc given in No. C8-110. This same pamphlet also fives you Instructions for milking a crochet raglau sleeve Ijlousc, mid charming knll dress suitable for street or sports wear. To order, :ask for No. C8-110, or toar out Illustration and send willi 15 cents, stamps or coin. Address your order to BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS MAKE IT YOURSELF PATTERN BUREAU, 1)OX 160. KANSAS CITY, MO. Be sure to give name and complete address. slock, Nathan Wlttner, of St'. Louis, was n business visitor. In the city ycs- lerday. Miss Mary Adah Robinson has recovered from Influen^ay Mr. and Mrs. W. •£>.' McClurkin will leave tomorrow for';New Orleans, where they , will.'• attend a meeting of educators. They will bo away for a week. /' Herman Kalzcs, of St. Louis, attended lo business iiore yesterday. Kites at Braggadocio for Mrs. Levy Denton 13HAGGADOCIO, Mo.— Funeral services were held at the First Baptist church Sunday for Mrs. Dollis Belle Denton,, wife of Dr. Levy Dsn- toi), who diet! Saturday at the age of 38. The Rev. W. L. Myers of Caruthcrsvllle conducted the services und burial was made at Little Prairie cemetery, Caruthefsville. ; Mrs. Danton Is survived by her husband, a daughter. Roberta, two sisters. Miss Velma and Mrs. May Gallaher, and four brothers, Tom; Clyde, Herb and nruley Long, a * t Ur.iggadocio Notes Mrs. J. F. Bennett and daughter, Viola, visited Mrs. J. p. Bennett at Wynlt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Myles Lswis and family returned last week from Clay Center, Kans., where they vis- lied relatives of Mrs. Lewis. Misses Nova Davis, Flora B. Keirsey and Mildred BrucS were week end guests of Sylvia Huckaba. Miss Nova Davis is spending.thli .week.-ill, Caruthersvilto with Mis: Mildred : 7 Bruce. Mrs. O. Moss ls ; ' ill' with Iti- Demonstration Club News Notes Utigwioil Clul). Thb Dogwood Home Demonslni- tion club met, Wednesday at the homo of Mrs. Karl Green. Mrs. E. V. Trcadway, Mrs. Jerry White, Mrs. E. It. Dickinson sr., und Mrs. D. !•', Gay were visitors. Mrs. J. W. Pnughl, vies prcsi-' dent, presided in the business session during which reports were given by Mrs. E. E. Dickinson, poultry; Mrs. G. P. Scrape, yard; Mrs. D. Garrett, foods. Mrs; W. S. Laiigclon gave a talk on "The Cathcdralof Rheims" and nlso told of a cathedral she liad visited In New Orleans. It was decided to huve a dinner [or club members and llieli- hus- sands at Ihc Woman's club of Bly- thsville Monday when .Mrs. Marvin Lane, Mrs. Hugh Harbort aiid Mrs. G. !•'. Scrape will bo in charge of Ihc entertainment and Mrs. Dickinson. Mrs. uingdon and Mrs. Or ecu will be in charge of-refreshments. It was decided to have the next meeting on Wednesday, Feb. TOO LATE TO 'CLASSIFY Usect FOll SAUi WE3TINGHOUSE ELECTRIC range, $10. Mrs. Welch Poster. Call 745 or 18-ck-22 Young while Plymouth Rock KENS. $1.50 each; rooster free with each 18 hens or single roosters, 51.50. Abbatt-Johnson Poultry Farm Barfield road. K)ll liliST NWcly furnished IIKIJKOOM, SID W. Ash. Call 72-W. 18-ck-22 2-i, at the home of Mrs. W J. Fa ught. " Individual cherry pics, potato chips, cheese nnd coffee were served during a brief social-hour. fluenxa at the Blylhe'vllle"hospital. Mrs, G. L. Parks and Mrs. w. A. Fliidson. of Dccrlng,, Mo., shopped here yesterday. . Dr. M. O. Usrcy, who is. undergoing treatment "at the Memphis Methodist hospital!" Is icstin» very well today. Mrs. Usrcy is'wllh him. Bill Lunsford, of Hughes. Ark.. Is here temporarily, employed at the East Arkansas : Builders Supply Co. He Is with his a 11 nt, Mrs J B Marclunan, and family. < : . : Mrs. R. L. Dickinson : and cliil- Iren have returned to their horns Dyess aflcr sending' several Read Courier News Wani Adr LOST Hlack an.-i white Boston bulldog, vaccine tag 82.10S- Reward. Phillips ttnllon. Main & Division. !S-pl;-22 Specials All Day lYiday, Salunhiy & Sunday FUDGE NUT LAYKU. Each 19° W Doz (Cake Donuts) D'ATE-NUT LOAF|flC Each la. (Sweet Bread) CHOC. CREAM «C DIPS. Euch .... L DATK DROPS -IOC Doz \L Specials for Mulereg Hour - 5 to (i V. M. Fridiiy-Saturdiiy-Sunday DONUTS Do/ OATMEAL WAI' 1 UKS. Dnz CINNAMON STICKS. Doz I'ARKERHOUSE ROLLS. Doz PLAIN ROLLS Do/ 12 ° 8 G 5° Lcl Us Make Those S|irrial Cakes, Rolls or 1'ics Blytheville's Headauarters Quality seeds for every purpose — Ferry's bulk garden seeds and all kinds of field seed — Let us fill your seed order now. Phone 32 Miss .Alma Ashabranner .-. ';..Bride of Ray White MANILA, Ark.—Miss Alma Asha> biaiiiier hccninc the bride of Ha; Willie ill; a csrcmony p'srtormei last Saturday at sikeston, Mo., b' the RcvXMr: Ojlesby. -Miss Ashabrnnncr . for severs y.eai-s lias worked at Ihe Manila News Stand; owned by the late L P. Webb: She is the dfiinjl)'-- Mrs. Denton Asliabrnmicr and a Hoi'iiersvillc Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ray and -en. Charles, ol Hayli, Mrs. M. A. vlassey and daughter, Miss Mary lujla, of Eteele. were ijucsts Sunday of Mr, and Mrs. Tom A. Ray. Mr, and Mrs. A. Blankenshlp, of Flint, Mich., arrived here Sunday,''called by the serious illness of Mr. Blankenshio's parents, Mi: and Mrs. P. L. utnukensliip. Mr. Blankenshlp died Tuesday even- Ing and Mrs. Blankeiisbip is still seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Ectoii Cavis have returned from n two mouths visit in Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Tlnnln spent the week-end in Greenville, Mo., as guests of Mrs. Timlin's father. H. F. Bellinger. P. P. Bryant and Delbcrt Flippin, cf Hornersville, D. P. Bryant and J. T. McKay, of Kennctt, and Lynn Rny, of Havti. attrii')ed ccurl in Cape Girardeau Monday. , Miss Angle Howard was called to her home in Lynn. Ark... last Thursday by (he serious illness of her mother. Mr. and Mrs. George McEIyea. cf Cape Girardeau, were guests Thursday and Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Knight. The Fidelis Matrons met Monday wllh Mrs. Bond Ruirin for n i-i'itfs inni'Mn- !"ul elcrtlin of officers. The officers named are: ftns. torn! Kulim. presiutnt; Mrs. C. B. Watson, secretary and treasurer. Mrs. E. E. Anderson and daugh- ter, Miss ICalhrine, and Miss Mary Louise Fields, spent the latter part of last week In St. Louis as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wellman. Mrs. Wellinun Is Mrs. Anderson's daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Bcnnie Lambert of Faragould were guests Sunday cf Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mlzcll. Mrs, Mizell and daughter, Sue Parker, accompanied them home fcr a few days visit. A. J. Langdon jr., G. M. Wells, C. F. Kirkman, Anderson Rullin, Mrs. T. B. Klnsolvlng, Mrs. Eail RulTIn and Miss Wiima Smilh attended to business in Kcnnett Monday. I Kr.s. J. W. Killian returned I Thursday frcm a visit of two months In Jonesboro wllh the family of her son. Robert Killian, for whom she caved while he was re- covering from a serious ope I lion. . . I Ml 1 , and Mrs. W. R. RuITin n| their daughter, Mrs. pn ce D O I.| lass of Bakersvllle, are spcn*l a week at Fanning ton, •'•isiii Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Wall if. Dies of Influsnza 1 J. J. Green, 61, died at his he! in the Gaines quarters at 3 o'cli 1 this morning after five weeks ness of influenza, He is survived by his wile, lv| Pearl Green, a son, Charles, all n daughter, Eula Mae. Funeral services will be he!d morrow morning at Sandy Rirj cemetery with the Rev. Mr. SI Blctcrry officiating. The Moss ij neral Service is in charge of >J neral arrangements. Beware The Cough From a common cold That Hangs On No Matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold or bronchial irritation, you can pet relief nov; with Creomulsion. Oreomulsion not only contains the soothing elements common to many remedies; such as, Syrup of White Pine Compound with Tar. 'fluid extract of Licorice Root, fluid extract of Wild Cherry and Menthol, but also has fluid extract of Ipecac for Its powerful phlegm loosening effect, fluid extract of Cascara for its mild laxative effect and, most Important of all, Beechwood Creosote is perfectly blended with all of these to reach the source of the trouble from the inside. Creomul- sion can be taken frequently and continuously by ndults and children with remarkable results. Thousands of doctors use Creo- mulsion in tlicir own families as well-as in their practice knowing how Creomulsion aids nature to soothe the inflamed membranes and 11 heal the Irritated tissues as th-'f germ-laden phlegm is loosened anil expelled. Druggists also know ttfj effectiveness ol Beechwood C^l.'i Eote and they rank Creomulsioi top for coughs because you get i'., real dose of Creosote In CreomuljJI slon, emulsified so that it Is palatal able, digestible and potent for go'., tog to tho very seat of the trouble;r Oreomulslon is guaranteed satis "' factory in the treatment of coughf.. chest colds and bronchial irrita'l lions and especially those stubbon'l ones that start with a common colii I and hang on for dreadful days am': I nights thereafter. Even If othe'l remedies liave failed, your drugglsil is authorized to guarantee Creomul-5 slon and torefundeverycentofyoul! money if you.nre not satisfied wltl*! results from the very first bottle}™ Don't worry through another sleep !| less nighf^phone or go get a bottL, or Crcomn'sion-right now. (Adv ; by WOMEN lor 01 years,—during- painful ods and as a tonic for o! appetite, poor nourishment arid nervous latlsue. 20li W. Miiiri Phone 161 We Deliver KRKSH KRU1TS and VKGK- TAHU5S of AM, KINDS BEEF ROAST Lb. 22k SWISS STEAK l.b 28c LAMB CHOPS ,30c Lb. 17|c Henr.,iFull Dressed, Lb. 26c Breakfast Bacon, Lb, 30c Potatoes, No. 1, Reds, 10 Lbs. 39c Heinz Chicken Soup, Can lOc Sugar, 10 Lbs. 49c Heinz Catsup, U-oz bottle 23c Heinz Cucumircr Pickles, qt. 23c Bulk Garden Seed - We Have Them Gold Medal Meal, 10 Ibs 47o j* White Biscuit Flour, 24 Ibs $1.9§ , Texas green, !b Cottage ^ilk, 2 tali or 4 small J5o Pure Lard, 8-lb carton SUB i* SUITS are With Spring in the air . . . man tailored suitsstep right up^nto |irst plSce-''foi' all-around 'daytime. iphic! Excellent tailoring gives them that custom-made look . . . and smart women know how suits like these square shoulders and slim waists to 'achieve that band-box look! $12.75-|16.75-$19.75 8-Piuce Costume Suits —(hat achieve n new degree of flattery through softer 129.75 to 139.75 Buy On Our Lay- Away Plan A smull deposit will secure your purchase — Pay balance out of your income. SUITS —with o/l IcnglH rents . . . It:Is of chic in thrsc new novelty fabric's. 33.6.75 819.75 §29.75 Thai arc good for Spring Budgets Don't fret if your clothes allowance isn't all you'd like it to he. Coals like these are boons to init.lgets . . . smart hut ine.\pcnsivc . . . and subject lo as many different fronts as you like! 10 95 .« S 29 89075 The sensation of Ihc counlr.v . . . pert .lilllc models in liltio, Tan,'.Grey, Gold, U«1, Rose, und Green. S 16 75 l\

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