The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1932 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society Calendai £'•.; -'.-'- >- Frifaj •' iV;'iV:.Tb» Woman's club U meeting at !.--'-.^tlte club house at 3 p.m. with a ~ Reeling-.- of the executive board at , : 3 p.m.; • ,' Canton-;De|ortairnl flue ttr Bttler llcmts Week. ' At a meeting of the garden de• partmeiit of UK Woman's club yesterday afternoon at the" club house flnal plans, were made for ihls group's -" participation In Better ' Homes Week observance liere next .week, i • Mrs. B. A. Bugs, city chairman of the project, 'spoke of ths activities planned. She'also gave a demonstration in the division of the dahlia. ', Members of the Leachvllle Com. munlty^club were gu«sts at this meeting, and In the social hour were served o j>!atc lunch. AUcnd iusincM Cutehcn, W. L. Horner, Elton W. Klrby and Henry Humphrey yesterday afternoon for live progressions of bridge. A frozen fruit salad, served with ice box cookies and Iced tea, ru- freshcd the three (ables of players. In the card games Mrs. Harry Klrby received a summer purse for club prize nnd lingerie uont to Mrs. Humphrey for uucst honors. Club KntcrUluril. Tile New Wednesday Bridge club member* played bridge al the home OS. Mrs. Dalton Henderson this week when Mrs. H. G. J'arllow and Mrs. Joel chandler were guests. A vase was given Mrs. lilley D. Jones lor club award nnd the guest prize, a deck of curds, went [o Mr3. Chandler. Violets nnd tulips were prettily arranged in the living room. •Refreshments were :i frozen pear salad, cheese crackers, cake* and iced tea. ~. Miss Minnie Matthews and Mrs. Tom P,| Jones arc In Pine Bluff (his weekend unending the slate convention of the -Business and • Professional . Women's club. Miss I Cora Lie Coleman. slate research chairman and newly elected president oj.'thc Blytlicvlllc group, was also a -debgato but could not attend because of Illness. Mrs. 'Jlones is the newly elected vice president and Miss Matthews, the retiring president. They-were accompanied by Mrs. J F G*itz and daughter. Lois Moon, %ho will visit"- relatives in that city. . -_.,uj.jl.il] i\ .' ' ' Club Mnls. At lh£ weekly party of the Tuesday Luncheon club this svesk, when Mrs. J.5\ Lent! was hostess. Mts. Paul Siikos of Chicago, housfguest ol her sister, Mrs. Baker Wilson, ,,*as a gjjest. Bath powder' wns given Mrs. Park Hatchett and Mrs. Spikes for prizes. A silad course was s:-rvcd at the conuuslon of six games. Low bjD«'ls of violets adorned the two refreshment tables. Bits oj Neics Mostly Persona! Mi*s Irmn Oliver has relumed from Memphis where she visited : .ier mother, Mrs. c. M. Oliver, who recently underwent an operalUm at j Slate Board or EdnuliMi to Speak Here. On aturday, April 30, Judge Bradham, president of the State ..Board of^Educatlon, will address the tcachers^-of Mississippi county at, 10:30 al.the Blythcvlllc .high school •lid at 1 o'clock at Hie Blytheville courthoige he will speak to the dl•rectors in a patrons. . Judge*:Bradhani"hns .jiilt. coni,- pleted aljec'ent survey of the sehcoi .isiiualion-throughout .(he stale and is in tuition to give definite in- fonnalioii concerning the entire the _ is very"good. William G. irby liospltal. Her condition Is :nt at Mem- the St. Joseph hospital in phis. Sol Steinberg, m Cardwell. Mo nltcnded to business here yesterday. Mrs. Hugh Don-Is, of Haytl, Mo wns tlie guest of Afr. and Mrs Ermaii Lutlrcll for the past few Captain Vernou O.ulte, of Mid-South Airways Alriwrl Memphis, siKiit Tuesday liere tlie at tne guest of Sheldon Hall n u made the trip In- (he monocoupc in which his wife, Mis. Phoebe Onille, won the IViins-conllnentul Derby sweepstakes from Los AD- gcles to Cleveland last year. Kenneth Dlllman, of Cnnilh.->rs- vllle, Mo., visited friends In the eity Tuesday night. Mis.- W. M. Burns and Miss Martlia Robinson have returned from Lcpanto .where they spent two days with Mts. Burns' daughter, Mrs. Marlon Barton anil Mr Barton. Mrs. EriMsl Roc nml dnuglilers. ee. will s]»nd . n ry Sue «%1 petty L ', weekend -;in Ntc Afar the' _ ...,,...„ Mr. Roe who Is employed there. Mrs. E. C. p.itlon nnd son, Clyde Wllmoii. nn visiting relatives In school situation, according t3 eriu-1 Nuvv P° rt r ° v several "»laj-s. : .cationaMeaders. Mrs. Joe D. Hnlbach and Boonc, Ucnw K«u Announced. ' T;iese;student5 of the 7A-1 class .of -junici high school were on thj honor rpll for the second term- Virginia:;; Little, Howard Moore, • Mary Eunice Layson -and Margaret I?eeves.. Fcmw Blytherille • ^*T Receives Honor. ' Robert'Adcock, lormerly of this city and' now of Charleston, Ark Who attends Oklahoma A and M ' college rat Stillwalcr, lias be-ii elected pj-esident of th s Alrfu Zeta nationathonorary agricultural fraternity. --. . A jun^ir in agriculture, boto Robert and,: his brother, LJo.vd wer^ .rnade members of this group last fall. Thb Is the highest honor be•• stowed jipon a student of this "hoot, Kholarsliip, leadership and character being the three ph.u"s - C 9 ns «ere,d for membsrship. Women flare S(«dy Of "Jix^ih In Prinson l.J 1 ) 6 . »omen of t!i s Church of •Christ studied the Bible lesson Joseph Jn Prison" h, „ meeting vyedncsdjy afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. M. Huffman. Next iiisek's meeting will be held at the-^ home of Mrs. Charles Graves gn West Ash street. Addrtssri Scheoi Miss tjlarian Tclford" of York, field secretary of the . . sons, Joa D. jr., and Boonc, are spending two weeks in Crawforclsvlllc, Ark.,- as guests of Mrs. Halbach's parents. Mrs. E. R. Mason, who under-' went an operation for npp?ndicit.is two weeks ngo at the Memphis Baptist hospital, is now able to be out. Morton Klcban, formerly of here nnd now of Starksvilln, Miss., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe K'oban and family for ten days. Miss Ruth Snow returned Wednesday from a two weeks stay in C3pc Girardeaii, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Hnrdy Love and daughter, Jean, of Jonosboro, arc Hursts of (ho Rev. J. T. Hood and family. Thcv will return home tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe have as their guest this week Mr. Lowe's mother. M fs . O. A. Lowe, of Mill- Ington, Tenn. Miss Thclma Worlhlnelon, who underwent an operation for appendicitis Friday nl (de Memphis Mclhodist hospital, is daily im- New tional ssfely council who is in Mississippi-county for a two days slay, addressed students of lire senior hl^h school today. Her visit is a part of (he plan, sponsored by the county department etc' education, for a county . wide safety program. Gat'ii It Club Party - : . Miss "Grace W.?bb entertained members of the Wednesday Bridge club arid Mesdames John Findley, Flifctn Whitner, O. W. Mc- £xpe/ the Poisons that cause Sick Headache MATT cafes of Sick He»dacfc» are due to Constipation, because when poisons arc retained In the sys-- tern, pains come to warn you that something Is wrong. Hemovo the cauao of tno pain when you havo headache. If you nre cosilve, tako tba pow.lrrod herb laxative, ThcOfonVa CUck-Draimi\t, H will help to drive out tho polwna ajid ECfla make you feel better. Tree from tho alckcnlrcg artcr- cffecU orton Ml from titlns mineral ilntgu. Sold by nil Orusc- ffl«*. Cosls only KudoK. „.,, Purely Vegetable Laxative Wa| Just the Thing for Him Elza ES^Ecck, o! Ml. Ayr. IOWA, says UuC>Itsr taking just one tot- .tle of Willianis S. L. K. Formula, t"\ fecl'llkc a dlflcrcnt man. I suf- IJcred frojrr calaffh of the "stomach "for spme-Jtimc. Tried many things. •. Couldn't pat without my food sour- '.•itig-on iny stomach, had severe c.as ..-BJtlBS,--'w4s ccnstipitcd, nervous : And my s^pmacli seemed raw. While 1 tn - r.uec's; drug store they advised i me fo late V bottle'of Williams S. f;li'vK, Formula, uhlch I did. and .J»w ctu'eat anything. Gas pains, i'.portness »nd nen-ousr.css all gone -UK! »m iainSog wtlght. Wiliiaais rorauil* Wtmi to bt Jiut ' the medicine tor me and I roccm- ir.fiid it to these suffering as I did. Entisfaclfon guaranteed or your rr.oncy refunded. Recommended for stomach. liver aiid kidney disorders covering dyspepsia, billicusness, gassy stomach, distress after eating, heartburn, our stomach, chronic constipation, sick headache, ncurllts, neuralgia, rheumatism, l.unc back and gcn- citil weakness. Keep your stomach, liver and kidneys healthy and nature will do the rest. Get t toitle. today from Klrby Drug Co., or Kirby Bros. Drug Co, —Adv. 5 proving HOI- inotlier. Mrs. Ray Worlhlnelon, is with her. Miss Worthing! *i>, who atlcmi'i Southwestern University, was taken suddenly 11) Friday. Mrs. M. E'. Cox, Mrs. C. W. Hatiifs niul l.exle Huines arc visiting In Memphis today. MLss Gciicvn Slalllns returned last night, from u visit. In Moiiro:, ., and Jnckson Miss. Ivadale R. N. A. Camp Meets With Mrs. Hicks HOLLAND. Mo.—Monday, April 18, Ivudalo Cumii 04G3, Royal Neighbors of America, of Oak Rldgc, met nl the liome of Mrs. Alllc Hicks of Holland. Those at- Icudlng wen Mesdnm<« Kmmi Webster, I,ula Ilyrns, Perns Howell, Cbia McKny, Florence Owens and Miss Vcrnn McKay, Following the regular business meeting the hostess served p:aches, cake ami hot tliocolatc or colfcc. Daughter Is Born HOLLAND, Mo.—Mr. and Mrs Phillip Lambert of Oak nidgj have announced the blrtii of a daughter born April 20. ' Hospital Notes Patients ndinlitod (o (he Dly- tlicvlllc hcspltnl: Sam Baker, liarr, Teini., unc! Robert Trlmiiu, Route i city. New Wonderful Face Powder Proven Is l.ai'Ki: Poivs— Stays on Longer For n youthful' complexion use new wonderful MELLO-CILO Face Powder. Hides tiny lines, wrinkles nnd pores. New French process mates It spri'ntl more smoothly mid stay on longer. No more shiny noses. Purest face powder known. Prevents large pores. Ask today for new, wonderful face powder, MELLO-CiLO, that snlls every complexion. —Adv. Mould TToisT Figure to New Beauty with Modart's Tlic secret of looting smart— Iks under your drew! Yout figure tmisr first be well groomed to Rfhtiivc chic. Modatc'i "Ikau- tificr" achieves the fashionable concave curve bclgw t!\c Lust ond a slender waist by means of the V-sl\apecl elastic belt which extends from the sides, meeting at the back. The shaped bu« of DC Luxe cricoc give* the smart "uplift" line. The garment shown is of pink brocade and firm elastic, with A built-up btck for shoulder 6csK Model HALL SISTERS Oosncll Friday. Alvln Hayes Is ^Ick tills week. Jcc Benlley h on the sick list this week. •Vardiinan Vcrnuii t.|x.'nt Saturday night with j. L. Craig. The school teacher:, and pupils nave un cntcruliimciit Friday night. Gosnell News Vurdlemnn Vcrnon moved his Ijrotiicr-in-law from Burdette to JTHURgDAY, APRIL'21; 1932 Ark. lUl'j—A gourd 8Z yciu-fi old Is still 111 me at Mrs. T. Mathls' home. It is toing used as a coffee reccplrtlc ami was the properly of her grandfather. CAMBRIDGE. Miiss. (UP), — Claiming her husband threw some Jolly at her—without rcmovhn; it Horn the Iwsvl-Mifi. Luclan Smart filed suit for divorce here. Duradene Permanent Including ijli a 111 poo $ and Set -----Frederics Wave - - - $0.50 Eugene - - - 58 McAdiim'H Jieauly Shop Phone 28J) - - - Ingram Bldg. lr ...,r ,,r,l, rs for Anniversary S,,,11. »,.kV , e "" /r 'f "> "'""•*• »" e "- ""'»<= «« 11.16 «i.k B. I iibitnuly ilujjui-rlng . . . m>ni>inii-ri (!,»( nut all olhrrs l» 8 !,r,me' A« you, gelling yours? Time's short . . . ll,t- l)i B news is al! over tft«,, The rugh u «n. Uon't n ,U. ihU chance of a lif e . ( i m e lo save and save ond luve! Vuu'll rub ynur tycs! Smart K«l LEATHER HANDUAGS 98c "Worth twice as much!" you'll say, Calfs, yniins. jiat- cut luiitht.'! 1 ! Now, smai1.5tylcs I —s« well made; •™ ^ Never better VALUE/ PRINTED FLAT CREPE • o9 indies wida! • NEWEST designs! Tiny or large flowers—novelty and all over pallerns! •BKtcolorstEveri tiie new Yard Exquisite . , . Spring-like Cotf &$ Frocks Lace Yokes! Basque, Effects! NEW Styles! SPM'-M J?_rii!V>''J I.ovcty sheer voiles, aiid ^Ojllli novelty coltons in large ^^^•~- sphshy prints or tiny Colonial patterns! And ALL FAST COLORSI Six99 in.! Fine Quality SHEETS The famous "Nation - WMe" sliects at this nnazmjj prke! SIZES f™- MISSES and WOMEN Bedspreads A "Buy"! Part*Uaca Crcik Toweling Ifnbkacficd ... 17 inchei wMe. Gay striped borders. A "once in a lifetime" chance (o get stout kitchen towels at (hi? tow price I you can't have to>? jujnyf Tub-Fast! VOILES BATISTES T*9 LAWNS X / and other sheer fabric) Sun and Tub Fast Cretonne Low™ price i n nar mcmo ,- y | Churning coloat.il silhoutttfs, Jacobean iaigns. floral _pit- Itrrs ... on vtcn. blit;. warm Un/blacV. ,ij..l5 ; nc [,cj w y e; l«>'y 1 Drafts ucll! Broadcloth Shorts Amaiiagiy tow prkcdl New striped pAt- temsl Superior material • and make! Cclancse and Rayon Socks Smart clock and alt-over pitternsl Sturdy double- soles, liigli 'spliced heels, mercerized tOC5 ! 220--222 AY. .Main, lilylhcville, Ark. WAR declared on high prices- prices shot down to the ground HESSf Readjustment SALE is a money saving event One More Week Saturday, April 30 is the last day. FREE $100 in Merchandise To he (riven absolutely FREE on Saturday morning commencing at 8:30. With each ?1 purchase you will receive a Imx containing merchandise FREE.' Men's Gaitors and Sandals Leather soles. Choice ' ' • 'Men's Athletic UNDERSHIRTS IOC i\lcn's Dress SHIRTS 35c ae Inch DOMESTIC Yard Boys CAPS 25c 9-Jt Unbleached Sheeting 18cyd. SILK DRESSES For the Indies $1.98 Again ... We will sell itn Saturday morning while thcv last, fast color wash dresses at 35c Ladies Felt House Shoes 25c Men's C'arhart Overalls 77c LADIES' SLIPPERS In low and'medium hcek, also high heels. 81 01 (o $2,95 values. ....-• $1.19. READY-TO-WEAR

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