The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 10, 1937 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 10, 1937
Page 2
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> I f^~^4^<5fe^L Uojd Slid. moil «on til? pi lie, A -.tUd plnte \\iis scriprt tin; games. ! (AUK )' CODIUKU Mi'6. W. I.con Smith, and for a few.days. Miss Miriam-Smill], who attends Stephen college tit Columbia, Mo., 011 arrive in tlje morning lo •pond (he .spring vacation with, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. "W. I ton Smith, ami family. She will after having spent .some time In ami Joncsljoro. Mrs. c. A. Cunningham, who 11 us been In Hot Springs .with Mr. | Cunningham, returned here last night. She will BO buck to Hot! Swags iomonw to remain with' i > Social - Calendar, iiV •' ' • • 'mURSDAY'S EVENTS <f , iks?' Women's t\iclO, ' First Met£c4i$t ehwqli. "luting at tile h ii« -• " " church, 730 Business Women's 'elide pf the First Methodist > cluircit meeting at t]ic church, 7 3d P. Si Mrs Edgm hostess, to tlie Thw^ny Contiact club Mis H H Houchlns- haling Mlt(-\V«cV Bridge ohll) Tinns^aj Bridge plub meeting \\Itti Mr? \V. D, MeClmUn Thursday Luncheon club meeting ' \utl\ Mrs, Russell 'Phillips society meeting iV\Uli Mrs l< Wheeler. Tpwn;aiid .Country club meeting vltti Mrs J \V PaiKer, 2 pm iir,-Sr p -T A hiving landscaping studj course al high schqo) liuraiy 7 30 p m U' D C meeting with Mrs & S, Barnes,' S'flO )>m Business 1 -Women's j circle, First Baptist church) meeting at chinch, IP. \fjh> M«llltf i FRIDAY'S EVENTS Stated meeting o[ Older of ll;c Eastern Stir nt t)i eli.ill at 7 30 Maple Oro\e Cemctciy Absocjj'- tiort having sllser dinner at, \Vo- inaii's club,.'12. o'clock. Maplp Orole Cemetery Association meeting «llli Mrs' J' W Sholise, 2 30 p in , "• Mrs John Foslci and MH> 'W M Blijlock. entertaining Doicns Sunday school class, First El)>l!°,t church, at social room of .churoli 2 30 pin , l«Ullf rft^t I|11J(|1 Ilieic viere'87 members and time visitors al the meeting of th'u ! Wo^ man's Missionary Society of thf PO'si Methodist church Monday nf- lernooh. at tlic church. Tlio guests .ware,Mrs. Jolin Wiiklcn, her mother, Mrs: Price, and Mrs. C. O Smith ji Mi's. M. O;, Goodwin was 1 leader of itlic program with MIS. R. t>. r.Klrfl.son hs pianist. Mrs. 'Goodwin rend , thq devotional scflpUire, from Malthew, and Mrs. u. Lynn Wndc 'offered prayer. The- Dicino of the liragfnm, "Chiistlan'Education'.and Eumgollstirnl naice," «'ai r (.ticsscc( In p-ipeis glup by M|s rj' p Vti guson. Mrs. p; E.-C'oolcy nhfl Mrs. J M jouU Mis Joe 'lili'schnmn sing i Mile- Mrs Haiiy \V llaincs ,\nic the mission stu iy fiom (lie first chapter, of the new book "Out N of "Africa" after she Jitul given -n '-'•'cli of tlic nn'lhbr Ernllj Iloss is A O Hudson pit sided In Ihc mv, session, vhlch piccederf serving of a s.uidaich plnte am amy. e w r,,, be accompanied by a .school mate, |*' ;,, C llln " gliatm ' wl >° ls "" dc '-, Alto Alary Shim,; oMovra. They 1°'"« ' ™ t V 110 " t « lhcn1An " y1 ^ ' 10 1)il " ' Hc w " 0 *™ They - - to Caruthcrsvllle with 'i lends 1 and tile Smiths 1 « n1 ' 10 1)il " ' Hc , w " '»•' the rest of lil.s condition is Mrs. Is Ihc ! of jier sop; E. 'A'.' )r- and family, at Ai'niorel, for this wee!:, Dr. W. i\f. Given has gone to (joints of Mississippi for a motor ll'..* Mrs. IMisar iferrlck and Mrs. Ed- are in Memphis U>- her mother,:'Mrs; A. M. Biitt family.' She will-be .here until urdny. • • Albert Arndt, of SI. JyOnls. tcmllng to business here foi days. Mr. and Mrs. W. li son, Felix, left ycsteidiy Clarks(t,ile, Miss,, wlieie they foi make their hoine. Tlieii son, J W who motored them down will re diy ' turn hero and Billy, who Is em Sam Filcdfiian, of St. Louis, is|P'«yed licrc, will also remain in a business rfsllor In liie city l tj| c city. J. T. Alloid, who has hen 111 for Mrs, W. 11. Williams who moke M lung lime, was laken lo the St. her hip In Sap Francisco Ipsi Josephs -hospital, Memphis, !<.'>• u fcember, has been moved to the lei-day "PW " f '*cr fostei d Wllbui Chapman went lo St louls jesUidav to allciid to bnsl- for several days, illliiiu Buck Is i pilicnt nl Josephs hospital Memphis Has <lub l'ir[> Bowls of Jonquils decointed Mis Flojd Whites living and dining rooms 5cstmla\ when slie had the Tiiesdaj Bridge club« Mis Hairv w j^llalnes wV 1 ; a guest In the "cajd ginies \\hlch fpl- lowed lunch Mrs Haines v\as hl»h nnd Mis w' D Chamblln, second high f ~>\ , * ' * V-'C, v Jewish Aid > > vV > ' To^Me'el lonlghl ' ivtembeis "of jthe* Jewish Aid who jeslde .here Mijl go to Osceola tonlgh| for, a inecling of tills pi- Eonizalloi) at "the home of MIS Adqlnh W^lnbcrg when Mrs Wcjn- berg and Mrs ^Max Rubenslpln \\lll be hostesses it has been announced that l|n- pomnt Inisiness \\lll be lra\v acted. * ' 11 v ' •* i^'i * , Lnttrtaiii^ iLl^ili (>, , , Mi^ W^'Wimon. liad jhe •Youn^ tMatron/* - Bridge >,<\jjib. Tuesday' afternoon when Mrs Rulli Cloy(l who iratlent nt the (Its Ihldsr flul. Mis 1 n M Majlhews enleilain- :dVher .bridge -club 'Tuesda'y afternoon vvhcnVMi's; •-. VV. G.~Staiiton i\as- a guest ^Shc used loses to dccoiale'lhe living room: where cards-, were played, vand- refreshments -•served iftcr Hie (jume. * « - * Snn Horn .. • •", A son was bom l.isl.nliht to Mr. and'.Mrs. Wnllon Scolt Teii- inrdeli. of Wilson,', nt the home of Mis leagaidens icUllves 22'J Dougfni The bab> wlio neighs -is mid ii hiiif iHiiinds lias beep mined Walton Scott Jr. Befoie hei maniage Mis 'ica- lardcn .was. Miss' Dcane McKtn- non,-of here. Airs. Cora Pcngne. 854 Ihirtj Winy. Mrs. Hurry W. Haincs, Mrs. j — ; Jlunter C, Sims nnd Mrs. Ployd > If each community ubcd its own 1 White are In Memphis today. i local sun Mine, a traveler going Mrs. Max Boixnvsky and dauyli-i cast or west'would need to change In 1 , Jane, of M;mlln, were here'His watch -one minute every 13 foi a slioi t time today eiirqutc to • miles.- 1 Memphis where they will consult fourth Ave., San Francisco where she Ls rapidly Improving She had been in a cast since i the •accident >,., hut Hits was removed &t.\eiil dus n film I ' ' has been •> Metho... thnn n week must lemiln inothci week Lvcnuse of /tl)e distoyei^ of poispn In .Hie lilnod slrimn ' Cinoll Clovd Mrs - Jane's . physic-Inn about her leg, which sometimes troubles her because of an o!d : injury. llaro|d stelnfeld, of SU Louis,- is attending', to business • licrc. Miss Alice and Miss Belle Whlt- , Miss • Alice had been there l days witli her sister, Mrs. Campbell, who died Sattir- <|Kt hospital, , foi ,mole * 'iln llti inothci, Tuesday. Mrs. W. O. Gucrin Mrs Westbrook and Mi's. M I Is (Ul^ I(VI T M[ nnd Mis Je'ssre Stilt, Aithiii \Vljs()il Mi[>s Ulicina Hiijjetl and Mrs lirookji * i e(.m i\6d lust, night fiom I\)it iSmltl^ ylicrc'thc> attended tlic-' slate convention of tile Arkansas Hotel Oreelers. At, thp convention Criiwfprd M. Noiile, Cjindldntc loi hUfiiuitlonil piusi dent of the.-association, showed.'a 45-ntinute _ 'movie of ills trip through', jiyiexfco'-m.afte last' sum Ml " i Meyers and Mi'-s Meyers were hi Memphis I O Moon Rites at Sandy Ridge rimei.U seivicc-s sieie held this oiiilng lit Snnd\ nidgc'ccinctco for Rudolph' Fowler, 31. "Roseland Hood letugce, who dlfd" (U the Blythcvlllc hospital jestcidnj ol Injinits iPLchcd when he slipped •and fell on 1-llghwny IS^neni-'Dell. se\oial da^s ago > Tile Cobb runeral Homo \vas in chnigc of fnnornl airantcmcnls A biid^lms the icmaiknble powei to iem.fl.d4ec c\cij piit of a lice slem,— foliage, branches and fruit v mer. Mr. -Si'tt left Ihls ; niornlng for I lot Sprjngs where.- he \vlll aid In the ticket sale (or-the Oreeters assoclnllonVbcnefil ci\vnlra|. Tlic Rev. : L'uj)i)a ; D. Beasley ve- :uvned today from Memphis":• where the lias been with Mrs. J. C. Criner, who Ls critically 111 at the Alcthodist hospital. "H .was first believed -the / amputation . of her wheie the blood is (.jotting would help, but it lins been de ctdcd l)iat the opemlloii will pot be peifoimed Hci infant, daugli- tei Ls getting along fine Miss Ola Mae Vance and mother, of 'Chicago, are guests /of the Rev. and Mrs. J.>. O.' Vance. Mai ion Randolph Smith has gone to Osccohvlo'-vlslt;liis Brnnd- paicnts, Mi nn.d Mis n n Smith MIS M a Goodwin Mis Ran,- dolpj) Sipll)), Mrs''P C - Rotlifoci, . were (imong the .memljeis of the Womnn's Missionary Soelctj of the Kirst Christ (sin. church who nttemled: the hmelieoiujiieLting nt Hie East End Christian chmeh m Meniphls yesterday.. Walter Logan, son of Mi uitl Mrs. Theodore ''Logan who Ins been .working -;tvith |hc United Press "Association;' in New Orleans. lias ; been traiisfc-rred lo the * At anta .office. • •'.- •' Mis. 6. W;_.Kerfoat Ins ieti|in to lier, /lioiiie..- in Pocalionlis for Women only Art;., afterhavinij.boeii called h"ie lecause.Qt lljc deaths of hei sis tcr, Mrs: Delbcrt . Wliltenei -jnd son; John .Ijiiclan.-who weie fit i illy • burned ivh'cii , house w is destroyed .;by fire , Satuidaj night at Marston,. Mo. "'. Mrs. Flcfclier-'Minnis of Scarc\ Ark., is 'the gues; o ici slstci HELPS PREVENT MANY COLDS Especially designed flid for nose and |,upper tliroat,.where t cold- start cny, and Miss Bcliu reunncd home IN MEMORY of Our Dear Wifo and Mother, Mrs. Maggb Greaves, who passe;! away one year-ago today. Since you.went;away, dearest one, Skies of blus;all sc-Jiii gray, dearest one, '•' Tlie-rose.s:«e kneiv, :ire nl! drooping -too.-. For liow can they tell summer's here without youy x 1'lie birds have forgotten their sang For Ihey.jiist seem t-a know something's, wrong And it's winter H seems in our gar- .tleniof'dreanis Since you; went away, dearest one. IfuslfaiKi, A. A. Greaves -DaiiglHer. Mrs/Mildred' E. Cax 1 and grandchildren Mr. ami Mrs.-Jimmis Ljdbetter and'frtmlly . . Mr.'and MIS..O. P. Flyut CAHOUI is a s|H!ciiil mc<li-i jinc for the relief of sonic j of. the Buffering which results 1 from a woman's weakened] condition.-It h:is been found io nw!<e raonllily periods lessj clisi)greeal)le, and, when" its use hfls been ke|)t up nwhile, lias hcljied many poorly nourished \yonicti to gel more strength from their food. This me'.licine (pronounced "Cardiii-i") has heen used and recommended by women for. many, many years. Find out whether it will help,yon I).V giving it a fair trial.' Of course, if not benefited, consult a physician. —Adv. HC268 "BEKNAT" KXITTINO VAKNS ' ' PREI3 INSTRUCTIONS New spring and .summer yarns Latest Styles Classes, Friday, 2:30 P. M. IIOOI'Ell Phone 732 Holiee to Our Customers Kft'eclivc Monday, March oiir delivery service. 15, we will (lisconfinuc McMULLtrS CASH GROCERY ^ ^^ All over the country, you hear more people mention the refreshing mild- of Chesterfield cigarettes, You hear somebody conv plinicnt Chesterfields-nt a I - • ' f § party. Another time, the ®' grocer it's a darn good cigarette. Or you see a group of men on a street corner, most of'ein smok- htg Chesterfields, ^Because they have what ^ jokers like, Chesterfields are humming right ttlong,., W»K £& & ~ XT ,AM k«* sv c- :- * :*&*», s.. •£® y%W---' . V^si «v V /;. ^-•S «$ ^ m %> fe : X: Copjn»h( ]«3), Ljccm A Mrm Torero Co^ •V > , . gy Character ... Color . , . Charm wilh A Inlaid Linoleum Floors DehgHtful bvcakfaslin'g, lunching,, clin- ing in a modern c|inctte, filled up as the lasl word in economy ;o{ space, in convenience and beauty. The firsl eonsider- ; alion is the floor, colorful,'-comfortable; • Armstrong's Linoleun^ laid 'over heavy \ felt, for pevmanenl satisfaction. Come in and let ns sh(i>v.-yoii the rtiom 'pictured ahove, in color. Let us talk ; aliout YOUR kitchen,''.and.-'dinette, and you 'Ihc new -linoleum- line is shown a licniiliful inlcriirctalion or tlic Iraililiomu uiicl cliarmin; Jloral-blork 'inotif. Bigdow s Beauujui . Beauvais Rugs - .A -SUPKRIOU (JUA1.ITY-. AXJ Bigclow Beauvais q u a 1 i I y vugs have been a slaji4avd of value for nearly forty '..years.. The tight, sturdy 6 weave piils years of service • in- - -'•• • into Ihc Beauvais. .; The .designs • are 'clcaii-cut Smooth in finish.' harmoni- and the high • pcicentagG of O us in color lustcful Iri'ck- clioice while wools in Hit sign; modest In iirjcc. It ap- blend results in colors Ihnf pcnts ns much to the eye as arc unusually clear and true. u d ocs lo the'purse. Chas,'.'S. Lemong Furnishiitfffi Moderately Priced i:

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