The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 12, 1941 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, February 12, 1941
Page:
Page 5
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 5 article text (OCR)

/WEDNESDAY; FEBRUARY 12, mi BLYTHEVILLE, ;(ARK.) COURIEP'NEWS Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Armcrel Parent Teacher Association meeting 2:30 o'clock at school. Elliott Fletcher chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, meeting 1:00 o'clock with Mi's. James B. Clark. Mrs. R. B, Crawford entertaining Dell Bridge club. Mrs. Russell Phillips having Thursday Luncheon club, Mid-Week- Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Cecil Shaae. . Mrs. R, A. Nelson entertaining Thursday Afternoon club. Mrs-. Henry Humphrey having Thursday Contract club, Thursday Dessert .club meeting with Mrs. O. P, Barber, Mrs. Raymond Schrauck entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Miss Frances McHaney having Cee-Que Bridge club. Woman's Fbr.eign Missionary Society, Church of the Nazaren ing 1:30 o'clock at church. Missionary Society, Pilgrim Holiness Tabernacle, meeting: 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Myrl Payne. Mrs. Elton Poster entertaining Y. M. B. club. Bachelors' club having party, 8:00 o'clock at American Legion Hut. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Literary department, Woman's club, meeting 3:00 o'clock at clubhouse. ' Mrs. J. j. Ewing entertaining Friday Contract Club, •',> Duo-Quad Bridge club meeting with Airs. T. L. HeatorW; Mrs. Charles Perry entertaining Ei-Monthly Luncheon club. Mrs. C. J. Little entertaining c. B. C. club. Kivvanis club having Ladies' night, -7:3.0 o'clock, at Hotel Noble. .- SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs-.'Riley B. Jones and Mrs. For Valentine Menu houie on the occasion of her 1 7th birthday. Dixie Crawford entertaining Chapter N of the P. E. O. Sisterhood at Crawlord name,'1:00 o'clock. ^ couples attended the affair. The Valentine scheme was carried out in 'Hie decorations lor the small tables at which citnner'was sorycd. The birthday cake was arranged in the center of the dining Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Uiist week end In Bolls, .Tain., with (relatives. They were nccotnpanjed home by their niece. Miss Louisu Pltncr, who wUl bo their guest Jor several days. Mr. nnd Mr*. Cleo Tucker an- nounccd the arrival of a nine pound son at their home in Cooter-Sunday morning. The baby lias been named Larry Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Ciisey of Memphis .spunt the hitter pu'rt of Heart-sliappd B^rarhji mold adds novelty <o Valaatinc parly. BY MRS. GAlc'NOR MADDOX •NBA-Service Staff Writer ValentJne's Day calls' for a party. Nevertheless, the principle of wise buying, as a part of our na- : part lichal defense program, .must not be forgotten. Plan your bridge luncheon or supper party for Vai- June White Wed To AJvis Harris Mr. and Mr*, w. G. Colston announce the marriage of Mrs. Col- stons- sister, Miss "-June White. Lo Alvis Harris, son. of Mrs- W. D. Harris. The wedding was solemnized Saturday night at Marion by Justice of the Peace j. E. Clark.'" Attendants were Miss Peigy Burks, Miss Mildred 'Weathers and Charles Kennetnore. .Both Mi-, and Mrs. Harris attend the city high school. .They plan to continue their education and will-; .receive their degrees in.Mav. , of Van Elliott. entine's with pleasure and .novelty in mind, but .follow the rule ot "good' nutrition for minimum cost:' For -Star .Party' For Van Elliott Eleven friends formerly of here and. now of Osceola. -entertained irith a stag party last night' at the Rustic: inn in his favor. '. The wedding ol Mr. Klliptt anci .Miss Helen Moore, ol Reiser, is to be £olemnJ7,8d Sunday at. Jieiser. A' steak supper was served the group- « * y • Have Program Meeting Members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service. Lake Street Methodist, church, met Tuesday afternoon at ,t"hr home of Mrs. George Dising-er for a program led by Mrs. iv-erson Moms. The subject was •'Stewardship of Brotherhood." After the meeting ( was opened with a ROiig and responsive reading. scriptures were read by Mrs. J. M. Goad and Mrs- Lou Gnll. -!,Ir«. Moms led the meditation on "Wbc Is My Neighbor?" which was followed with a poem on "Meditation Thoughts'" by Mrs. A. 'S. Deeri. Sentence .prayers, r-c'spi/nslve reading on "TTnar.ksgiving for Human Brcthe-rhood" and. the Doxology closed the program. Mrs. Blythe Westall. who us collecting material about the various pints -shelled juice. quart, .rich milk, 3 oysters, l -teaspoon Melt butter in large saucs pan. Stir in ilour P .n ( l .seasoning. Blend thoroughly and 'cook over boiling water Jor 5 minutes. Then j>til in milk, a little at, a time, -Bt-irrfai? in Joncsboro -for carefully to keep smooth. Place over direct but Jow heat. When mixture begins to thicken ami | comer, to boil, add oysters. Cook a slowly until 'edges of oysters bc- gm to curl, stir in lemon juice a buffet supper after dance, plan a fairly substantial spread. Pink should "be the pre- and served once 1,7 wam-d p"t°- vadmg oo,or but, do n't overdo it.] ty shells or i,, cases made of stuffed pimento j the reen peas 'as garnish., Serve peas ia .patty shells or toasted! bread 'cases, heart-shaped marmu-1 lade Bavarian. BAVARIAN (Serves 12) packages orang-e-fiavoreti Creamed chicken or v«U can be | gelatin. 3^ cups hot water v; tea- substituted fqr^ the oysters. j spcon salt. 1 cup heavv creain, 2-3 Oysters are m season now. To- 1 cup orange marmalade clay they are shipped, ail .over the; Dissolve gelatin.. to hot ' water cc.uni-.ry a,nd so.ld_ shelleel in con : j Add salt. Chill until cold tainers.'. fresh and wholesome. To serve t2. guests, buy three pints ol '' and CREAMED OYSTERS ( Serves 12) fe tablespoons tablespoons flour, l syrupy. Fold in cream, whipped only until thick and .shiny, but not t stiff. Fold in marmalade.- Chill tmtil slightly thickened. Turn into heart-shaped mold. Chill until In the hunt which Followed, the prize went to Miss Betty Brooks Isaacs, John Oliver "Bo" Coppeclge, Miss Peggy While and Hunter Sims, who made up one team. Bits of News Mostly Personals Mrs, Edith Stephen was called to Chicago last night because ol the death of n friend. Sho will return here the first of the week. ; W. Leon Smith has been attending to bu.sinc.s-s two days. Mrs. A. O. Lii.tle and Mrs. J. A. Leech .spent Tuesday in Memphis. Sherry Kny Young, daughter of Mr. anrt Mrs. Nolen Young, underwent an operation at Memphis Methodist hospital Tuesday morn- tag. Her condition L«; fair. " Mrs. p. L. Husbands will leave today for Uatliesbiirg, Miss., for- a visit with her mother, Mi's. Laura Young. She will stop in Memphis to attend sessions of (he Mid -South. Post Graduate Assembly.- . Before returning "here, she will go to New Orleans for Mardi Gras. ;•': Oscar Fendler is vacationing •'In- New York City for two weeks. Mrs. o. E. Moore has been admitted to Walls Hospital for treatment. Mrs. Marcus G nines, Mrs. Claude WJiitworth, Mrs. Forrest Moore and Mrs. T. I. Seay spent Tuesday in Memphis- Dr. and Mrs. F. E. utley returned today from Memphis where they attended the Mid-South Post Graduate Assembly Tuesday. - '" : ^' Mr. and Mrs. John Sims, of 'Lake Village. -returned today after hay- Entertain At Bridjtc Mrs, Muschell Hamra and Mrs. Byron Weaver were Jiustesses to nine tables of bridge' guest* at a Valwitlno party in the Blue Room at Koury's 'Thursday ul'tornoon of last \vcek. Out of town guests Included Mrs. Tom Hopper, Mrs,- Elvis McCann. Mrs. Halpli Rushiiig, Mrs. I jew is Lester and Mrs. Jerry Holly. of Cooter, The high .score award fti. bridge went lo Mrs. Dewart Smitl), second high to Mrs. conntc Frame, consolation award to Mrs.-J, H. Workman and traveling prize to Mrs. Bowen Travis. + * ' # Entertains ttoofc Cluh Mrs. j. H. Workman wns !io.sie.-j.s to members or (he Book club of Steele and -. two geusts, Mrs. A. B. Rhodes and Mrs. R. c. Steele, Sr., both of CaruthersviJle, former members of the chib. A very interesting meeting WHS held with Mrs. P. P. McCutchen giving an Interesting- talk on "Business of Being a Chib Womun." Round table discussion followed, The next meeting of the club will be in the new country home of Mrs. T. A. Hazard n(. Now . , Survey and at that time Mrs E. ' weck Jn . E. Bonton will report on "Human' ArLhlIf> Ashcnift returned to his the wek here as guests of his mother. Mrs. E. Coscy, and efcter Miss Vallje Cnsey. Announcements have urrivtid here of the .HiTival or a baby bov to Mr. and Mrs. John B. McClaniibim of CuniUiersvillc nt the Bnptisl hospital in Memphis over Uio weekend. Mrs. McCliuuUian is the former Ma iy D. Baker of Cooter Mrs. Wilbum c, Davis' and daughter of Tupelo. Miss., spent last week here wii.li their husband and father who Is nm ringer of the Goodrich store. Mr. nnd Mrs, C. L. Garner'who have been living in Caruthmville •since their marrinuc six months nso, have moved on n farm neat- Cooler nn<j Mrs. Garner, the former Helen Laster, Im.s opened a beauty shop In Cootor. Dr. und Mrs. J. W. Bobbins re- lumed last week from Memphis where thoy have spent the -pusl- Uvo weeks. Dr. Robblns underwent an operaUo» nt th« Methodist hos- pit-Hl nnd IK now recovering. Misses Nlnn Brooks and Mnryarct Fowler spont.thc hitter part of the On., on business. ing been the guests of their ter, Mrs. Charles Penn, and family i'or two days. , •;' .Miss Mary Louise 1 Elkins"Is 1J1 of measles at her home. 1505 West Ash street. r?:- Mr, ajid Airs. Farmer : Englf\n ; d' left today for a vacation to be spent on the Guif Coast, and -in Ne'w Orleans. • • '••• Among- Uic BlythevlHe physicians expected to go to Memphis 'lohigbi* for' Post session Graduate of the Mid-South A.ssem'olv will be serve another y embraces St, Valentine's Day and re-elected to ,,.„ rtUUMII!r ve!tr !!±!^, £! ^ ProaC 5. of .^rlng Tuesday when Mrs. F^l Ruther- lord and Mrs. Hir3m Wylic were fcosfeFsas for a George Washington 3 butter. 13j firm. Unmcld. Garnish with whip- i Dr " ancl Mrs> Himter s «ns.- Dr.- and teaspoon salt.iped cream mound.? dottp'd 1 with! 3 ^' 8 ' Jl M< Waite anc! Dr - and Mrs 1-4 teaspoon pepper, 2 teaspoons' marmalade. "' " j j - E - Beasley. : _ „ __—_— . Mj ._ and Ml . iS L ^ R Chambers find xms, Raymond. Jr., and -Edward, of Campbell, Mo., are spending (his week '.here with Mr. and;'Mrs. Jack Marsh.-'They-plan to leave'Satur- day.' ' • ; •.-._. Mr, and Mi's. C. V. Sebatigh returned Tuesday from -• St> ' L.tniis \vhere they joined their "daughter," Miss Jea.nel.ta Jean Sebaiigh. who was, singing .with the.- William Woods College Glee club' in a .series of program!?' in lliat city. She is-a''student nt the'college n'l, Fulton. Mo. Mrs. Hermon Carl ton '• Sr.. and son. Cbaj-Jes Kill Carlton, of Lake T*-?1 ' , ' provided the .scheme for many of the Tuesday Club parties this week. Mrs. ThfKl Nicol and Mrs. Toby Long had a party for membei's of tJie Double G Bridge" club and four Tuesday night at; the Nicol Bir-thday luncheon at. the Hotel Noble. Mrs. James Hunt, of Manila, was A red ancl 'white scheme was carried out in the tallies which were Valentines and in the dessert cour.se which was served. Favors• were miniature Valentine 'figures. Guests were Mrs. Albert K. Taylor. Mrs. Meyer Graber, Mi*s O P .0 succeed M. O. .Usrcy, who resigned. Officers re-elected arc a.s follows: Mrs. R. c. Rose, regent: Miss Cordelia Wilhitc, vise'recent: Mrs- C; R, Wrotcn. recording secretary; Mrs. Charles Penn. corresponding secrelarj-; Mrs. Hiram Wylie", trcas- cnurwies of the .Parr were guest.s. city, and Mrs, were served by Mjrs.Di5ir.gpr who vv.as assisted by Mrs. De-en and Mi's- Harold Wright. of Ponliac. I.n formally I'or Michigan Visitor Mrs. -I. F. Walker and Miss Mary Virginia Cutler. ' . • " ... High score prize, went to Mrs. Taylor-, an-i second 'high to . Miss l Margaret Shavej-/ All members of the Tuesday Afternoon Club attended the -paily at the home of Mrs. J. B. Beasleyf Spring flowers decorated the. tallies for the games in which ..the hostess was • high and Mrs Meyer Graber. second high scorer. Re-: freshments v;erc served at the con- clrsion of the games. Mrs. Rodney L. Banister played cards with members of t,he Tuesday Bridge chib who were emter- laiued at (Jbe home of Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, In the bridge games which followed mnch. Mrs. j. Nick Thomas a-nd Mrs. W. D. Chambtiri. Mich., honseguest of her daughter. Mrs. C. G. Redman. :»rtd family has "keen pritertained a.l .'several informal affairs during her visit here. She vviJl leave' t.hi? week after spending two weefe here. -She xvas the guest of honor at ^ luncheon given Tuesday by Mrs. Georgo M. Lee at, fnp Noble Hotel- A centerpiece of pink arid white r used ou t'ne lujicn- table. The hostess presenten Walker with a. corsage of i'scJ. Mrs. James B. Clark, rogi.s-" Vii ^age, returned today after Slaving tarian; Mr.s. A. M. R. Branson, chaplain. Mrs. A. M. R. Branson was elected . honorary regent as she is a descendant of a pioneer family of 'this countyr "Har;, r was named as . pa ge . . t-o the state conference to be held m Fine Bluff next week. ;' ; •', , . '; Also during. Ui'e 'bbsinass /session. yearly reports- were made and the chapter voted to'-..sponsor ,a'/patriotic broa-dcast- over KL'CN spent two days here with Mrs. Carltoifjj son. Hcrmoir Carlton. ond Mrs. Carlton. ' Mrs. Marcus Evrard is ill of an Nature in the Bible.' * * * Mrs. Willis Entertains Club Mrs. Marvin Willis wns hostess to her Thursday Bridge dub nt a seven o'clock luncheon.In the home of Mrs. Lewl« Lester. She also had two Kucst*,_ Mrs. Ralph Rushing and Mrs. TJiehna Thoniason. Tlie Valentine motif wns carried out hi the decorations. • The high score award went to Mrs. Tom Hopper, second high to Mrs. Robert' Bushing and-brifigo (home In Lilbourn Monday after a weeks visit here with hts.'mother Mrs. Grace Jones. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Penney of Little Rock spent part of vveok here wilii relatives. lust award went td Mra. Lester. • ' « * , , Ilanh ll\gh At College Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Whil,- fipld of Steele who arc attending Harding College at Searcy, Ark., are ranking; students'hi their"classes according to an annovincement made by Dean Sears of the college. Mr.s. WhftfleJd who 13 n sophomore ranked h\ the' uj)per lo per cent of her class.' Mr. Whitfleld. o member of the senior class, ranked in the upper '£% of Ws;-class.. He is active in the Dramatic Club and is a member of the Lajnba Sigma social club. • KushiUf Guest «>f Gtuh Mrs. Ralph Rushing'was a guest of the •Tuesday Bricteeteers "ciuh of. Cooler .last week' when they WRrf> entertained in the home of Mi's. Arthur. Taylor. The : htgh •score award- went to Mrs. Ployd -Wagster and second, high Lo Mrs, Dick Michie.. . * « » Mrs. Holly Kntcrtains Huh .. Mrs. Jerry Holly was hostess to her Bridge club of Cooter and one •guest Mrs. J. W. 'Reno of Slcelo ul a party a I, her homo Monday night.. The -high score ;'aw;ard went to Mrs. Thelma Tliomason who was presented hose: second high award, a JUtf.hnn stool, went.to Mrs. Mar- -cus. Ltmbmigh and bridge award, bath soap went to Mrs. Reno. . •>. * * Sergeant Orba Northern of Fort Knox.. Ky., spent, last wep|; here witli relatives, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Casey spent Mrs. Eddie cnpps has rclurnert to her home in Cmmlen, TCMU, after n visit, here wit Mr. and Mrs' T. W. Whitfleld. The condition of T. C, Thonilon who is in n hospital in Jone«boro is some better now. Mr. Thornton, of Steele high school wtis In- In a cur accident Dec. 24th and since Uml time has hncl ooo leg amputHted. Mi-s. ; .Leyon Earls and daughLons htive rnturned home after a visit with U>eh ' Leyon husband of Camp d father Robinson near Little Rock. Mr. nnd Mrs. Buddy . who huvc been vlsi|,lng Uic In tier's mother. Mrs. JLJiinle 'Bracks -"left the latter part of .the week (, 0 make Uieir home In Detroit,. Mich. : Considerable improvement Is be- tnc- made on the .Baptist parsonage'' m Cooter. A. new roof was put on the -first of the week nnd aside from other iprovomentB 'the Uoiiso wiu be papered and pain ted. The Bridyewatcr canal crossoy tlir Manchu.sler ship canal on a viaduct,- near -Manchester, lund. PAGE FIVB Mws Arietta Barger jMarries Wiiliam Bryan COOTER, MO., Feb.* J2.~ Or Interest nt Cooter is the -marriage of Miss Arietta Barger to William* Bryan which was 4 solemnized m the home of the Rev. L. p. Voslker, pastor of. the Cooler '"Methodist Church. Saturday evening nt 8 o'clock. Only a few intimate 'friends and relatives attended the ceremony. The bride. Is the attractive daugh ter of Mr. ftjul Mrs. J. F. Burger and graduated from the Cooler high HcUool in 10:59. Tho brdeyrooni is the son ol John Bryan. He also attended (he At Tbe Hospitals Cooler yours fcchool for /several been assisting his father In .running. They will livo near Cooter. Composition Of Gordon Is Included In Concert On the last of the-scries of programs lo be presented In South- t Missouri by the St. Loiiis" W, A. Concert. Orchestra this/week, willw heard n symph'ony-composed V Griffith Lewis Gordon; public school bond leader -and- njifslc'in- slnictor at Steely Cooter and liol- innd. • . His "Symphony JNo. 8" will be pJnyed at, the concert. ; Pririny 'night ,a 8:00 o'clock at Steele. Othor concerts nre.to be'present- ed nt Steele tonight and at Holland Thursday ni|;ht, •••'•'• Wilso Mrs. enter Baptist Hospital in 'Memphis observation and treatjncnt. .It wn.s orst announced U\ut -"she.'., would enter .Methodist Hospital rnujor opwatlon. BiyihevUle , Mary Sue Gee/ city, admitted., Willis Barr/ Kansas City, Kans., admitted. " Lee Otis Maclin, Victoria". Ark admitted. Peggy Allison,' city, " admitted. Barbara Nell Williams, Bragg City, Mo., dismissed. • - < Mrs. L. p. Keith, city, 'dismissed, . Mrs. W. D. Blaylock, city, <dis- * Halls Bud Heath, city, admitted/ Mrs, o. K. Moore, Armorel, admitted. J, R. Lewis, Steele,' admitted. 1 , M ^; P ewey Kink ^ Hojiaud, admitted. Mrs. M. A. Jeffries, Steele, <&- ml&sccl. Harry Hlggins, Holland' - dismissed. Mi>. H. H. Martin, city, dismissed. Mcmphi« Bapiki JtopiUJ H. P. Ohlcjndorf, Oweola, 4d- milled. . John Bdardcn, Lcaciiville. ad* muted. ' .Memphis Method!*! Hwpitil Mrs. WHlnn Jaffe, Osceola, admitted, Sherry K. Young:, Blytlievilje, admitted. Man vs. hi his laboratories, man use jt tqj\i])crature of about 2400 degrees Fahrenheit to separate the carbon nnd oxygen atoms of'the arbon dioxide mplecule*; plaot»; JU IhcJr tiny cell laboratories, separate them \vith ense. Rflnd Courier News want 1HEST COLDS To relieve distresseasily.quicWy, rub throat, NEEDED -At All Times Good Beauty Operators! START YOUR TRAINING NOW AT OUK PAKGAIN RATE DURING •CASH . Usual S(>5 Rate If |>aid in Installments! OW.Y 0 MONTHS TO FINISH COURSE $50 TS!: Miiilmiim J8 Tears of A |e Plus 2 Year* High Svhool or C«m|)lt(i on of NclKon Eagle School of Beauty Culture CAUD OF THANKS •W-e thank our ft-ipjuls for sympathy extended us during bereiivenient. Mr.s. Cal Gosyel-1 Cal Jr. and Jirnmv Die otir ear infection at her'home on the' highway 61 north of the -city. . BIyiheviHe Band To ITZ FULL-SIZE CHRYSLER at amazing LOW PRICE! Have Guest Director WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY Tnp program jse.nt.pfj Mrs conijiniU^o Clark on rao on "Early American Glass" w;vs ilKistva'lecl by a o-urnbcr of raj-o pieces of 'jrlass.'' ' * •; second hig'h scorer. Iv&-s. W. W. Shaver was hostess lo members ol the Tuesday Con- troct Club and three guests. Mrs. J. C. Fuis. Mrs. J. P. Friend and Mrs. Jess Rdrner for a party at her home.: A dessert course was served alter the games. Mrs. Shaver was high .3.n'd-. Mrs. A. G. Hall, second high among the dub members. .Guest pT'i?e. went, to 'Mrs. Ellis.' Mrs. Qy^eiice ' Neal was ;< g-vcst o-f Mr?. J, .;. Pickren vl?.ea" she Wth DJmier and Hunt * rJ ; i Y\ ' '* "" J —«> »•«%.• w v»j " x^wii *j/\JOV/* Wl «J A a.nncr party and a ..^cavengsr i mental, music.* manv. of. hi.s Buniet C. TnthiU.- oonduclor of the Memphis Symphony, and also head of Uic music department at Southwestern in Memphis, will be of (.be Biythrvijlc band ITiursday aig.li(. from 7:00 to 9:00 o'clock. Charles G. Morehead, local band director, announced today. W-r. TuthiH is.noi, only widely known as a symphony conduc'-or but also a.s :t composer of instru- T MKs .Sara ri.igh.t- a,t her ] solos and ensembles being on the tional Contest list. j the BeQiaan home ^here !»«,_, A Mlaij pjate. ww «emd aftpr' Redman cntcrtamcc! with a "arop- j the Mmeg ^ v/hich ' Mrs Jo« G : m party in nonor of ncr _ mother.J Trieschmann was high and Mrs' Fticnds woppoa .^ durmg the W . c. Kigganson.- soooXfhteri '^\ afternoon to visit v;ith her. cr • s ' ^ u j Thursday, Mrs. Hedman and Mrs. MH, j. L ; - Stotit of M M „ walker will or guests of Mrs. ac ted as hastess for'Mrs >s«e SOU ; w2?' n ° ^ ^ tcrtTa ; mf "5 \*ho is recuperating from'a t6n- Hrtrtxer^chapter,United .sillectomy. in entertaining Daughters of the Confederacy, for —' • • • • •- s a luncheon. Mrs. -s. S. Webb \vili have Mrs. Redman and her .guest lor dinner at her-home Thursday night. The-Redmans and Mrs. Walker ... i -...„-..„« . (V j^ owi »cu UUliilc? WJU had-previously been dinner guests games in which Mrs 'Georae D nf Mv oj-irl n.fr-o T ™r Tirai/.Vi Taint.- T->«II i. •_ ._, . <-vr i6 ^ ^, N'cws ComwJy LISTEN TO KLCN 10:00 a>m.—12:45 p.m.—4:38 p.m. Contract club at the Ncble Hotel Oilier guests were Mrs. Arthur Vance and Mrs. PHU! Allen. Tulips, jonquils and • roses decorated the Stitt apartment. Be- freshments were served during the of Mv^ and -Mrs. Loy Welch. They were . entertained there Saturday Pollock was high and Mrs Freci B. Rutherford, second high 'scorer. "" chapter. DaugHlcrs ol tbr The monUi of February which can Revolution, except one were'! And we mean it, loo! 'wma, shoes 1oday and turn, them We'H fix them fcr only a "fraction" •'» « ivou]d cesL Our year^ of actual .shoe re-b.ui&K% experience is your guarantee s*Usfaction at all limes: INVISIBLE HALF-SOLING ALL.'.-WORK GUARANTEED Call 129 For Pickup and Delivery r. H. IlaiUx Ownci ll Phone PJtz 224 lloxy R LAST TIMES TODAY BARGAIN NIGHTS IO C & 2«c FOR THIS 6-PASSENGER CHRYSLER ROYAL LUXURY BROUGHAM ... FULL-SIZE... NOTHING CUT DOWN TO ACHIEVi THE LOW PRICE! LOOK AT that Chrysler piaurcd above! Did you know that you could buy a Chrysler like that for $1021*, delivered.in There's nothing skimped about this beautiful Chrysler nothing cut dojvti to achieve ti c lo w .pric.e! The Spitfire engine is 112 horse- luggage lockcr...beautiful interior plas,tics....chrome window r c veals. . .chrome body shields... every famous Chrysler luxury feature is included. WHY SHIFT GEARS? The Chrysler Royal brings fine car quality to the low-priced field. On top of that, you .cart have Also THURS. & FRL ;eous Dr. Ohristian' with Jean Hcraholl &' Dorothy L»\etl.e •>?sr? Selsclec! Shorts - Cjbrysler's famous Fluid Drive and Vaca- power,..^deecofloimc a l-byi i iukip ( l e -jet. - mat* traosmissiort at slight addition*! caiburetion.Wheclbasc is fulUizc 121% cost.. t g&Sng the marveloui new kind of inches... body «£uU-size,. .scats arefull- perfcrmaocc that is swinging pew owners Bize^.luxury features arc .complete. ; to Chryslor.at the fastest rate io history! You wifl' find daul horns.. .smart, rnod- ern stecriog wheel with horn ring,., dual twin directional sigoais....cigar lighter... from fendcrlamps .„.bumper gourds... triple tail lights.. .lighted glove'box and Pko»c;phonc your .Chrysler dealer. Ur him show you tKcsc fine'Chryster, cant. *AH prices delivered in Dcttoir. Federal rax iacludcd. trausportaiioq'. «hd staic and local taxes 'extra. -'Prices jubject to change without aocicc. BE MODERN T. I, SEAY MOTOR CO, 121 \V. Ash St. • Blytheville, Ark,' Ftoie 111

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page