The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1937 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 15, 1937
Page 8
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-PAGE EIGHT BLY'mBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society — Personal .l:-';'M!ss Beulah Smith of Oklahoma City is, the guest of Miss \Vilnia Smith. Mi-s. Brown, of Paragftuld, spent (Tuesday and Wednesday-liere with • !>er daughter. Miss Viola, who Is .employed nl the O. R. Kenley f'eioro'. ' ' Mr. and Mis. Tom A. Ray left ^.Wednesday for St. Louis where 'Mr. Ray will attend a Masonic School of Instruction.....Mi-s. Ray •will visit her sister,''Mrs. Dave Egbert. • J, W. Allen, who attends Ark- T.nsos State College, Jonestoro, spent the week end here wilh his parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. Alien. Mrs. R. E. Anderson! Mrs. L. M. Ragan, Mrs. Bellie Rose, the ;Misses Mary Joe Cabblness am! Mr. ami Mrs. E. Allen and daughter, Miss- Genowr 'find '.'.Mini 1'oiii A Ray visited In " Blylticvllta Saturday. and Mrs will nraiinum • Tuesday. Mrs. Jim Harding, Mrs. Pete Calhoiin and Miss Pattle Harriiiv were In Memphis Tuesday. Mrs. ttlhoun and Miss Patlic received medical exnmlnalipns,' Mr, .and Mis. Delta t Plippln, nnd ! Mr. ami Mrs. Will Marshall ivere called Demonstration'* C'Jvib News N9tcs lloynlon •)•!! Club The 4-1!;Clnl> ''(it Hoynton 'met j for Die. regular'' meeting ' In Mr. '. rooin on Wednesday, rs. l Marshall | A|>li ] M . 'Hie president, Joyce rit- (o Cardwell Sunday | OWi presided' assisted 'by the see- by the death of A, E. Marshall, , rt , nry . Jcw cl Lee t Miller. -Alteon father of Mrs Filppin and uncle O ruy., the OnrdenIn B and Cnnnliuf of Mr a of Mr.' Marshall. Mr Captain, reported that .she had . . .. „ • \..»i*i.«<j>, «.]»>*» ...u null. .Till; liuu r, and Mrs. Roy Smith and 4 members In her group; Violet I. Roy Jr and dmighlcr, Miss Bl -ook,s, ,, oimry Cfl|) , Bll j ' mmfM lsy Carroll, nnd Mrs, W. M, 7 , m . muors; l.avcrn Cook,, Home ' ' ' : A'»ha Maud Kehnelt'I drove to; church Patsy Kendall of Ticrtrand, were week end ijuesls of Mr, nnd Mrs. A. J. Lnngdon Jr. The W. M: U. of Iho Bnptlst church met Wednesday with Mrs. Waller Lomax. Mrs. S. K, Rutfin ltd Ihc dcvollonal and Mils. John Noel had charge of the lesson, takc-n from Royal Service, The W. M. S. of Ihe Methodist Kteele Sunday to visil Mrs, M, A. "Massey and daugiiier. Mary Julln. < Mr. and Mis. Oeoige Blown ond son of Polosl are here (his ftfeek, vtslling Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ,',L:r Lorsnx and Mr. and Mis. Solon Davis. Mrs. Morris Bohannon and j daughter and Mis. James Hall nnd •;:on of Scnath were gucsl.s of Mr. met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. C. Ti. Anderson sr. for j mission lesson on "The Call Otit of Africa.' 'Mrs. U. P. Sea- •.aiiKh was in charge. The unlucklesl car;l In a puck of playing cards is the eight, of similes, according to siiiisrsUllon. Napoleon Bonaparte ascribed his defeats to its Indueiire. improvement 'Capta'ln, G';' McCleanr reported ; 14 In Cookej-j'i and pimeiltr Gray,' 14 \if Clothing. The Crop and Pig 'Captains In the hoy's demonstrations, reported that (hey all had begun their demonstrations. '• Miss • Coienmn, county home (Icmonstratjori ,uecnt, 'nave the (Mrlfc a'iteinons'tratlon'in clothing and Mr. ,Lanlrlp, county aneiit, guvi! a demonstration in inoculation : of sect! ami seed Identification tu let composed .of. Wanda v 'Cu!p, Louis Dorks,'^Edward.; 1 : R'oljlrison, and Clarence Rodgcra gave sevr ernl selections with Miss 1 Stalls at. the piano. The club captains- Nellie Reeves, Gardening :and Canning; Wanda Gulp, Poultry; Clmrllne Shoemaker, Cookery; nnd Aplielln Gray, Clothing, gave reports and received Instructions on how to make their reports tiorc Interesting. ; Mis. 1 ! Coleman, county Home demonstration agent, gave Instrnc- lions In milking seams and li'eins. Mr. D. S. Lantrlp, county agent, gave the boys a demonstration" It) Identifying soybeans. He gnvcjpne of the boys some edible soybeans to plant. Tlic club was asked to notify everyone that the agents Would return Wednesday night, with a picture show on Rural Klcctrifica- tlon and that Miss Coleman would atno enroll members In the .Live at Home program or the Commercial Appeal Plnnt to Prospei Contest. flsntlncallon for permanent pas- Lirc.s lo the. boys, ' M '" - ' ''' LANG THOMPSON And Hi.-i Syncopated Svvintrslcrs "AT 'HOTEL PEABODY- l.ovcly "Stnrlcl nf SOUK" :iml li'nniier follies Slur .-lACK'MKHTON urn! DICK HO»KlitS Twii-Piiiho ten in HOB UKUKK— (Dloclrif (itiiliir DKACON DUNN— Coinctliau .'•,'.-••• _..' ••, '.t Andlhc Ovcliestrii Cilfc Clnl) rising for i/unclic'bii', Dinner, nnd Dinirins, Dinner guests oir Momlay, Tuesday, Wcrtrifs- (lay, ami Tlinrsilny nighls may remain f"r ilancing : \i'itbont c^lva charge. From S3 per UOOM'.HATKS::' S P. S^ per pel Single Vke I'r'eHdcnt and Gen. i 1 vv Bp surf lo adcim the T)iilaiicl|)hla Synijihoiiy ,\Orchcsfra at the. Alcinplils AuilUorlllin ,Salln- *«lay night, April 2>llli,-sponsored by;'lhc iMcm- , plik Academy, of Arts.. 1 Tlckcls arh ao.'ci'uls ' r (oSS.OO. Ilurbrcomlucit'liik 1'aivhccn 4-H Cluli The I'uwhrcn 4-H Club held il.s rcguliir mectlnc .on Wednesday morning, April 14,' in'Miss L. D. Stalls' room. The, president, Luclla Mctheny, was .absent, so Wanda iCulp called the ciub id order. i After, tile bushier session a quar-' COMFORT ECONOMY MELBOURNE A nlsU'i rtttln puc«lu! A plcitinl JlmoipW* En iKc lotty . ilit glow of 1 littificlipn tfi11 (omit of C V> ' goo d food - t n'd ifn Jay of' . ill) ttofvo'my.;. All tfitM ' ; indmoii comblni iorn*!*J :\ *We hotel hSl. LouTi. ; 400 ROOKS ] i|Pilii|l>!*-^it T? sf'!M Pi''jV3}|iiJtil4^i<({»Hil llf iM«^i|clil ll Br^l nili(>Ylil n ! nn': iili^lEJgi^l Oosnell ^.]^ Club. , Tlie Oosnell 4-H Club met In 'the school 1 'auditorium Tuesday moi'ii ing, April 13. j, M. caveirJer^a's slstoiu county agent, gave the '.boy a demonstration in "Seed identification" and Miss Coleman, count} home 'demonstration agent, "aye a demonstration In clothing and'a list of fowls appropriate to IncMioc In the i--alr exhibit, for the girls. Sli« gave recipes on ((iiiek brsads. yeast breads, salad dressing, ,'and cakes and also gave score cards for judging these. ^ ';['•' In the absence of the president, Bernle Kubanks, the vice-president John O'Dell, look charge of Ilia meeting and all responded In jjlv- In-r the ritual, carla Covlnglpn Poultry captain, gave a report on tile poultry club and had some good records in this demonstration. Jan'- Hubanks; Gardening and Canning captain, reported on her groim-of 8 girls and tlw Home Improvement captain, Virginia Wadlcy, gave the report for those taking her demonstration. The boys reported thai I hey had begun their demonslia tlons. Louise Nf-crtham was apprnnled reporter. children of Rosa, who were nccom- >anled by Miss Jonic Wade, Mrs. Ida Rozellc and Parkc Spraguc and Mrs. Joe Darnall of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Lois Ifnv,'klns and daughters spent last week end with Mr. and Mrs. Harwell McKee, who 'Ive near Joncsboro. Mr,: nnd Mrs. Jess Brake and family moved to Ardeola, Mo., this v/eek. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry While of Promised I-aiid spent Sunday will) Mrs. White's sister, Mrs. 11. P. Gay. Mr. and Mis. R. L. Tlawkins and daughter, Miss Ora f/ee, attended church services In uij'tlievllli: .Sunday evening. Announcement 1 has been made of the marriage of Mks Blanche Decker and Mr. II. Williamson. "Pot hick" lunch «rns served at noon. Mr. v nnd Mrs. P. B. Jarratt vis- led relatives at Lone Oak Sunday. '' '' THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1937 The time required to see and realize a danger signal and begin to press on auto brakes Is about one-fifth of a second; In that time, at 40 miles an hour, you could travel nearly 20 fed. .' - T he University of Edinburgh , charter panted by Kl'iu lami-s VI yog founded in .683 through a j of Scotland. J__^"^ \ '') Now Located at 11>1 North Second f ADDING MACHINE & TYPbWRJTER- SERYICE BUREAU DON tfl)VVAKlJ3, IVoiirlelvi .^ . All omkn of Hrtullt Typewriters, A(J.lln e Macnitin ana • "»lciil»lors—ri<i|iaJrli!B—Paris—Itihticii, Ccruthersville B. P. W. ReeJect Jev/el Williamis , Mo., 'Apr. !5.—At' the nnmial meeting of tiie Canithers\'llle Jiuslness and Professional .Women's club, held here last night,. Miss, Jewel Wlr- l(:mis ; WK re-eicctrd president 'for another .year. lier name,wa.s p'rc-' sentcd by Ihc namin'ntlng vcom- miltce without 'h]>po.sUlon. ' Other officers named were: MIES. Lorene IDryden, first vice- picsIdentj'.'Miss Mary Sue Rhpdjs ilfnyti), second vice-president; Mrs. Agatha Wilks, recording .secretary; Miss Mayine Herndon, corresponding sntrelpry; .-««•:« Emma Powell, treasurer; and Miss Nelle Lee Donoh, parnmciuarniii. Retiring , officers are: Miss Nelle Lee Dorrbli,' vice-president;' Miss Uollye Robinson, recording sfc- ngaln mimed as program chair-, ninri, .an .appointive office." .1 relnry;' and Mrs. ucss Vnse '-Wai-' Ion, treasurer. • : The members represented the president with n petition, asking Hint Miss Nellie McClanalmn i bn Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buck, Mr nnd Mrs. Jack nuck tuiil Sam and Harry Hnck drove lo Memphis Sn( urday lo visit Bill Buck. «lu> i- i patient in St. Joseph's hospital Hi condition is greatly improved. .Half Moon school pupils enter :alned the community Friday nMi vvllli.a three-act.Lcomsdj. frzOs o>\ a-'String."' They will give th- Dlay, toinpVrow evening'at Cio n?!l Proeccds;aie loV,be-used'foi 0- schopl library. . ; .: Ajiionij. llios^'who-atlended UK school prdgraiii' Prldn'y night wbi r c Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walker a'iid The World's Finest Bread FREE! 100 Show Tickets S Pair Ball-Bearing Soller Skates 10 Electric Toasters 10 Baseball Bats 10 Good Base Balls First 100 kids to bring one : Jumbo Bread Wrapper to our bakery will receive a free show ticket to the Roxy theater. First 20 boys to bring 50 Jumbo Bread Wrappers to our bakery will receive one ball or bat free. ' ' ;. First 10 ladies to bring 50 Jumbo Bread Wrappers to our bakery will receive one electric bread. toaster free.- .,.',' First 5 boys or girls bringing 50 Jumbo Bread Wrappers to our bakery will receive one pair ball 'bearing roller skates free. WATCH FOR OTHER PRIZES * • "• Ask Your Grocer For Made By Blytheville Baking Co. New Liberty ' Mr. and Mrs. Dumvard On mitt and son Teddy were the week-end IMicsts of Mr. and Mrs:' D.-' Oarrett ""'I family near Holland."'•"V."i' • Mr. Ciir} AVilllams .vtsiied i ; ela- lue In Weit Iciuie'ssec Tuesday. ^^l• < i W S Ajcock wji'> has beeri ill se\eial da\s Is slightly improved . . : • - Tlu Rev and Mis. H. King an : d family- moved to Blytheville Mon- <h > './.. ... Ihe ladi°i> met at Ihe -'chiirch IiiLsday and quilted five'/-'quilts.' The Owl' s a wise old fowl The Owl's the wisest bird lhal live: And here's th« :age ndvite he give:: "Sup and sip In modnrotlon Andjhus prestrvi your riputgllon " H«r»'i ho * <m OLD F ASH IOME 6 It mad » ; iKt nlw woy: lo on» imdll lump ol ' tugar, arfdlwe daihBcoF'b[HeMandon» • ouno'of mdo or plain Waler.^udiio .Ihoraughly to dlisclv* sugar . .' . Now dcpoill b'ni large cube olice'and add a |I B9«r ol Col vt rt VR « i«jy«" o r Calve ri' I ; .."Special." OBcoralft'with'cut OF-pineapple and sllc* of orange. Complete lha olcli/n vyTlhaIgiclauVmaraschino cherry.' One gallon of gasoline... and Ihe Hospilal^l miles away Mg-iamag^*" —' '• ---- - BR|V£ HER TO TK W^W-J'"^ "^ ' ^wrK^WwtcEttAR... -As^r^ss !^»^s^^^ •y&$. -^^.w . _•! ^ OTNFD - . wl "^»EPO«ORW«AKy6«OUNe... W^^^TOTOHAO^ AFIUISMIIKWK ROUGH «W»l«Kll«W» ?« T NO T ESSOIENE — TENSEIV FOR THAT IAST MOTOR GASPl ME is so different it's actually bccngi-antcdaU.S.Patent.Thisi-egtilar- priccd gasoline gives more miles per gallon than even most premium priced fuels and no gasoline at a»!/ price gives more. • In proof of Essolenc's extra mileage thousands of motorists have written their enthusiastic testimony. Prove it for yourself. Try one tankful of Essolene and see why Happy Motoring Starts at the R sso Sign. PROTECTED BY U. S. PAT. NO. 2,066,234 MOTOR FUEL COMPANY. Or IOUISIANA

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