The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1937 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 15, 1937
Page 5
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THURSDAY, At'HIL 113, 1987 BLM'HEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER .NEWS Cai'uthersville Society — Personal Nobel Prize Winner Knlerlalns p. K. 0. Chapter DM of the P. E. O. met Monday afternoon at the home ol Mrs. Guy Michie with a large number present. Three guests were also present, two of them, Mrs. B. O. Bennett and Mrs. J. A.- Riggs of Ulttlc Rock, Ark., being chapter members of the local chapter. The other guest was Mrs. J. J. West of Fort Smith, Ark., sister of Mrs. Charles Dorrol). Atli-nd Dinner al Kcmicll. Several ladles from this city were guests at a dinner on Tuesday evening at Kcnnetl, given by Mrs. KOS Little and Mrs. T. Paul King of that city. Those attending were: Mmes, P. L. Hornar. C, E. Watson. W. D. Byrd, N. C. Hawkins, J. 3. Wahl and her guest, Miss Pansy B03- v.-cll, and Mmes. B. O. Bennett and J. A. Riggs of Little Rock Ark. * • • • Sirs.. Helm Kiilcrlains Club. Mrs. Mona Helm entertained her rook cln!) on Monday evening of this week at the Eat Shop on West Third street. There were two tables of players present, with Miss . Laura Belle Shcpard as giiest for tha evening. Miss Mnyme .Herndon held high score, Mrs. Dick Cunningham cut for consolation, and the guest • prize was presented to Miss Shepard. a * * Mi:-s Ilobinson Entertains. The members of the Lucky Nine ' Bridge club were entertained on Monday evening by Miss Cynthia Robinson jit the home of her parents, Mr.'jafnd MfS: W. V. Robinson, on Cjltton Mcifjc. The high fcore was^hcld by'-'Mfes Elizabeth Fields and Mrs. Ralph Goodin received the consolation prizs. • *' • Asi-ae. \V. in. U. Meets Friday The quarterly meeting of. _the Woman's Missionary Union of the New Madrid Baptist association will be held Friday at the First Baptist church at Portageville. , The. mealing will convene, at. ten- o'clock and a covered dish' luncheon will' be served at noon. Mr^. Gordon Wright Entertains. Mrs. Gordon Wright entertained the Jolly Nine Bridge club Monday evening al her home, on "Carlcton avenue. The club prize was presented to Mrs. John McDonald. Mrs. -H. -W. Green received the second prize * • a Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Bennett of Little Rock, Ark., who came Blytheviilc last week end to attend Ihe Arkansas P. E. O. convention is visiting her daughter, Mrs.'Harold-'Jones, of this 1 city; •''';' Mrs. J. J. West and son, Harry Dickihan of Fort Smith, Ark., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dorrah over the week end. Mrs. West is Mrs. Dorrah's sister.' Mrs, "Guy Hustedde '• returned Wednesday morning from St. Louis where she. had-been attending to business. ; L , Lee wolf returned Wednesday from St. Louis .where he had been visiting his wife. Vho is in the Barnes hospital there. .'; : Rev. and Mrs.-D/'K/Fosfer'and Miss Myra Gerrish spent the first part of-this week- in St. Louis. Rev. Foster attended the State Board meeting, of which he is a member, and Mrs. Foster and Miss HORI20NTAL 1 Author oi "Oosta Berling's Saga." 12 Mineral fissure. 13 Sea skeleton, used for ornaments. 14 Dry. 16 Melody. 17 Angler's . ; baskcl. , 18 Mentally sound. • 19 House cats. 20 Spanish coins.« Fold. Answer to Previous Vuzzlc 21 Killed. 22 Pedal digit. 24 Italian river. 25 God oC war. 28 Neuter 48 Statue, pronoun. 50 Inlcl 29 Was vie- 53 Parl o( a torious. window. 32 Mexican'dish. 54 Thin plate. 34 White poplar. 55 Thought. .'.6 Imitated. 57 She is a 37 Greek god writer. of war, 58 She achieved 38 Loans. - with her first novel. VERTICAL 1 Ulcer. 10 Verbal, 11 Filmy. 12 To drink dog•fashion, 15 Moisture. 23 Lubricant. 24 PJue grass. 25 She studied in . 20 Forage plant, '27 Last word of. " prayer. 20 Existed. 30 Olive shrub. 31 Birds', homes.' 33 Alleged. 35 Bell. 39 Senior.- 403.1416. 41 Bear constellation. 44 Amidst. 2 To prepare for 42 Drinks slowly 46 Fabulous bird publication. 43 Oriental 3 Smallest. •IGrew together. 5 Learning. 0 Region. 7 Scotch Highlander. 8 Clolh measures. 9 Lariat. nurse. 44 Epochs. 45 Bill of fare. 4G Uncooked. 47 Unit. _ 49 Preposition. 51 Fish. 52 Bronze. 53 Postscript. 5G Like. Osceola Society — Personal. Junior Christian Workers Mcrt. "My Children of Hie Forest," an intimate anil revealing account of the people and nature of tlie people of the great forest in Central Africa, was taught by Mrs. H. M. Fletcher at the circle meeting of His junior Christian Workers al 1-cr home Tuesday afternoon. Mn. Welby Young, secretary, gave a nnancla) report for the past rmar- ler. Mrs. Joe Watson Is <v new member. » 9,0 ElccU- New Olllcers. New officers eleclsd for Ills sen- tor B.-.T. u, of the Baptist ''church are: president, Corn llogan; vice- president, Gordon Hampton: recording sscrelary, .cloud Hojiin; corresponding secretary, Helen Toale; Bible quiz leader. Mrs. iri> Duvenpcrl; treasurer, Edgni' piy- cnport; cliorisler,, Lyinan Sheddan; group captains. Ira Davenport'or.! i J. T. Driver. I In the lntfi'in;diiUe B. T. U. Vera Hendrix was elected president. I Serving with her are: vlce-prssl-1 dent. DoristConnts: recording set- reiary, Mcrllno Hull: treasurer. Margaret Burton; quiz leader, Elllie Davenport; group captains, Joyce Cox ami Louise Trussell. Mrs". I!lut'k«-ooil Leads Program The value and results of personal visitation \vcrj discussed by Mi'J. Divlght Blackwood at the monthly teachers and officers council meeting Tuesday night in the home of Mrs. Ida Tucker. The lime of meeting was changod from 7:30 to 8 o'clock during the summer months, Mrs. J. P. Morehsad was elected a tsncher in the beginners department. daughter,,Dorothy, me visiting relatives In Evansville, Intl., for several days. . , Mrs. Morton Whntlcy of Mlcola and \v, W. Richard attended tho funeral Monday ol Odie Envin of Elbridge. Tcnn., who died of iu- lluenra and complications. Mrs, Bill Secoy ami daughter Hilly Rose of Joncsboro cnnic Sun- duy for a week's visit with Airs. Trances Murphy. , ' Mrs. noble Weeks' Is Improving following a mujor operation in Mcmjihls recently. 1 •. Misses sue Dorothy, and Pagle Lou Northern celebrated ihcli birthdays Tuesday evening .with i\ ""1? party ni the home of Ihclr grairjinotlicr, Mrs. Susie Vy'aldrop. Tlit'ie «i're 30 little guests present, Tiie hostesses were ia und 10 years of age. : Mr. and Mrs. psunr Gates of Gurilori. Ark., arc visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thai Gales while the hitters' son, W ; l]U'urn, iwovorlng from an cmerjicncy operation In tne HlvOie'vllle hospllnl. Read Courier News -wnnt Atls. Hayti Society — Pci'spnal Mrs. W. F. Pitt entertained the Woman's Club at her home Monday afternoon with eighteen member and. one guest present. Mrs. j son and Ills ^jvife, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Mastcrson. Mrs. Charles Gondorla ot St. Louis arrived Sunday for a vbiit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Winnie Gwin. Mrs. Gondorla will fce remembered as Miss Mary Katherine Gwin. Mr." and Mrs. J. C. Johnson 'of West Memphis spent the weekend Blair Buckley was the program, - assisted charge ot Mines. E. Simpson and Laniar Thompson., Virgil Garrett, who was the representative sent "'toy 1 the' Wo- here visiting the former's father, Judge J. A. Johnson, and his sis- lers. Mmes. P. E. Tpaster and Fred Sliipton. 'i Amcng Ihosc who attended the funeral of George • Wil'ks, father 11 oli an a i\'ews man's Club to the Sophomore Pil- | °f Mayor J. H. Wilks, held at the grtmage to Jefferson- City, to!d of I Methodist • church at Caruthers- his. trip. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mmes. R. L. Gilbert, H. B. Mastcrson ' and •John Mohrstadt. - Each member had brought a flower or shrub to Gerrith visited their George Doeling. sister, Mrs. Mrs. Cecil Hudspeth tmderwc.V un operation for the removal of a goitre Monday at the Methodist hospital fn Memphis. Her condition is good. Lloyd Rogers and Clayton Schuitz of this city and Edgar Herrick of Blytheviilc spent from Sunday until Tuesday in St. Louis on'busi- ness. Miss Hester Hawkins of Pine he meeting and these were, exchanged at the close of the meet- Misses Harriet Stubbs, 'Juanita Kirby', Lydia Slentz, Esther Bar- \p'vltz, Sylvia. .Whitlocke, Lorene Foster'and Marjorte Tolu'll attended the annual playday meet at Cape Girardcau. They were accompanied by their psys:'"' - J " cation instructor, Mi. c s Sanders. - Among those who attended the Tom Mix Circus at Blytheviilc Tuesday afternoon were Dr. and Mrs.' A. G.. Shirey and daughter, Wanda Dean, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gilbert and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Southern and children, Mrs. George Merrill and son, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Milsap and son. villc Tuesday afternoon, were Albert Harder, .T. M. Rorcx, Frank Morgan, Arnold Tucker, Judge J. A. Johnson, Charley Tratnor and T. J. McCollum. • Mr. and Mri Champ Gettings and Mmes. L. C. Henderson and Harry Gettings spent Monday in Memphis visiting Mrs. Joe Hamcl- bnck, who is a. patient in the Baptist hospital. They also visit- Mrs. Bill 11. Sscoy .was repently pledged to the Beta Sigma Phi sorority, with a dinner at,- Hotel Noble in Joneshoro and initiation ceremony in the' studios of 1CBTM afttnvard. . Mrs. Sccpy is the daughter of Mrs. Frances Murpby. Mrs. Be(ty Bayne and sail. Ira Ward, and Mason fihilcut of'De- troit, Mich., were here Saturday and Sunday, visiting.Jilrs. HsUie Ratterrce. ..•'-'• ., ; Finis Holnies and son Finis Jr: of Marion. 111., were week-end vls4 itors of frienis here. ' . \ : * Oi'vilb Pinkston arrived Saturday from Flint. Mich., for his .family, Mrs.- I'inkston and sons Wayne Ar'r Ion ai:<! Gene and daughter Max ine. who returned will! htm Surf- day.' 1 ' • • ', '! Jim Colioon bas retnriiDd from Memphis- where he has been re; ceiving medical attention lor .several weeks." His condition is*quite improved. Walter Wilson of Sikeslon was here on business Wednesday. .. Mr. and Mrs. 'j. A. Kifer and Mrs. Sailie McCIananan, who patient in Campbell's clinic. Mrs. Hamelback is the daughter Virginia i . r>frs. Fred Howe Jr. and son returned to their home at Marion, Bluff, Ark., spent from Saturday until Tuesday morning in this city wilh her parents, Mr ."and -Mrs. J. C. Hawkins. Mrs. Sam Edwards and daughter. Miss Lorene, have returned from Fresno, Cai.. where they spent Ihe past few months with their daughter and sister. Mrs. Raymond Carroll, and family. Mr.5. Willie ChafTin has returned from st. Louis where she visited friends. and Mrs, J. V. Moore and son, Cars ton ' Vcrn. Mrs. R. J. Masterson arrived Sunday for a visit here with her 111., after having spent two weeks here visiting Mrs. Row'e's mother- in-law. Mrs. Jennie Howe, and other relatives. 24 Hour Wrecker Service Best Trices Joyner Motor Sales Cali 3000 Storage .HEADS WHAT TOP-RUN MEANS This diagram *Aowi Ike ciirte of quality. It pit- luTtihowthe peat ofwhiittv fft»dnesj i* secvifl by cutting 'off tk* ram "Aroii" and tht fttaiy "£cik" — anil toliny oiilff Ifie fceol of the run to Thc best speed of an averace fo:< is estimated to be about 25 miles an hour—faster than a coyote, but slower than a jackrabbit. FUNERAL HOME A beautiful and sympathetic service at moderate cost. Ambulance . ' Service y 1U N. 1st Thonc 58 v With Kvcry I'urclinbe of Hi-Tcsl iCcgular f^- O *> T-iv vies ooc i>: lid Oil Co. STEBLE, MO. ..EVERTICKLEYOUR PALATE withTOP-EUH BOURBON? If you haven't tried Grab Orchard your tongue lias missed a (rent! Jt'sTOP-RUN ivliiskcy—every drop of it —real Kentucky nil ihc wiy through—93 proof. Mellow, too, and ricu and smooth— it's made like the costliest kinds. Say Crab Orchard when you order whiskey— you'll tickle your palate and please your purse. • National Distillers Prodwts Corp., Me« York KtHTUCKY : STRAIGHT -BOURBON WHISKEY Tip* Superstition has II lliat a ixrson nt a dinner party who strikes a glass niul makes it ring must, place Ills linger upon Ihc rim Instantly "to stive u jnilor from .drowning." HELP 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES To Fluili oul AciJi und Olher Poiionou» Wmto ., - Howl « N lrn kwp you IlipluHil or tcinty • ml lurnlNK s!iou« Hi "•(OnsnilUyoiirllJuty AnoicrH y[ adds t>i ivtien duo ta linicllouB lilcli Jidji lo purify lh« Mliliy. Most i'ro|.|e)»-j ouiiiliiolwSiln i wil!| iinnillije y bo iomctliuc Poo't irilll'Aik yo j, r Sr"i™"i"(" r! Mtj. UKd iurcf.vlully by millions f,, r MM..'1 hey rivo l,,|,|,y r ,l M «11,1 will IJ Mllrs i.[ LlJiify txjtir* liu'li iiul v»«slo Irsui your blooJ. UH L>«m'a tjptso Vills. OUR old Iricnd, Sing 7.ow, sings high praise for HANES! Ho saya no maltor how much ho washes your HANES Shirl, U Blill has plenty ol lall lo tuck doop itisido your shorts. Il wouldn't hava a Chinaman's chance of sneaking out and wadding at the waisll Tako hold oi a HAKES Shirt and slrclch il flldowayB. Look al tho lifo and snap in lhat soH olciatic- lim\\ Now, pull it ovor your hood and BOO how cloaii-cul you,look and foci. Nothing sags or bags. Even Iho armpils aro nonll Evocy timo you pul on a HANES Sliirl, step into a pair ol HANES Shocls. No maltor how wall you'ro upholstered, you can Bit, stoop, or walk, und navor bo cramped in the cralchl Gotiuino La&tox in Iho bell. Colors fast. Soo your HANES Dcalor today. P. H. HancK Knil- liug Co., Winaton-Salom, N. C. i Super Oxhide Overlls M«d* lo Penney's rigid specifications — they riutst be good! Rugged 8 oz. denim — triple Mitchcd and bar tacked for ex- AdjusUHe, 'nob- breakable Parva buckles! Toagh Sanforised Denim! • Reinforced at Pointi of Strain! 9 New, Improved 'Bib Pocket ttith Snapt! Super Oxhides are tbe biggest work clothes Talne we've seen . . . you can't beat their many futures! They're ttaiov* lot wear! TKe price ipeoi* /or it- id/! Ot years now! 500 sinji Out! I'iiir Men's Oxhide Overalls ee?** ' ' 5§Ceair Clot>c-oiil ptieo on these. Full cut," heavy, weight. All sizus. Buy your supply now! PRICES OF OU, Every one of our used cars is all set for real service. And the prices are absolutely rock-bottom. Choose the car that suits your needs—you can pay as little as $15 monthly. Better hurry! I { mav ^ e gone tomorrow! OUR R&G USED CARS ARE' RENEWED AND GUARANTEED IN WRITING. BUY TOD AY-AT BIG SWINGS YQ I cy=».: KSNTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHI5K5Y YOUR GUIDE TO GOOD UQUQKi SATISrACTlON • OR 100^ RIEUND [LLI3PS USED CAR LOT 1 PHONE 810 Roy Calvin, Mgr. Used CarDept.

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