The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1939 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
October 11, 1939

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, October 11, 1939
Page:
Page 3
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 3 article text (OCR)

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, BT.YTTTCVILLK, (AUK.)' COUNTER NI3WS PAGE THRKR National Business Worn en V Week Is Observed Locally National Business Women's Week Is being observed here this week under the sponsorship ot the Business and Professional Women's club of this city. In addition to radio programs, special displays of women's Ijooks at the high school and public libraries, and Hotel awl cafe menus which call ntlcntion to the "Hundred Years of Women's Progress ' 1 lithe United States", nil arranged by the club, exhibits .in keeping with the 100 years of progress weni on display in three Main street windows today. In Miss Wliitsltt's Simp window the progress in dress is carried out while the Arkansas-Missouri vow Corporation traces Hie trend ii household conveniences and Charle v S, Lemons Furniture Company ha "•'in Its window a display of old fur nlture compared with the new. Activities of tills week will be climaxed with a banquet Monday night, Oct. 23, at the Hotel Noble for the club. The banquet- will be given In celebration cf the- pioneer women. When Emma Dot Palrldije was executive secretary of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's-clubs, she con- to clKimiUlze the contribution f Women to Hie business ami •as ome rofcsslonnl life of the country | been assigned file^ 10 counties. commltU-e, the rmpsllon of srallng UlytlK'VlHc and the sccllon r.oulh new •'men was brought up. "1-H to West Memphis anil north to Iho lncm s u O n kegs or Jacks," Sona- Mlssourl state line was recently ( Au jngton sail, "They had ivov given much attcnt on by Ujc «Ute . . ow \ n ^ fm \ M lllul , tlf'ini'l iTittlt Wlln III" iip|)OniuiHiii f . of sevcrnl. officers to this district, I don't care whether any provision Eugene Dickinson, win has been js made for Ihein oi 1 not." doing invcsllsftWon work, has again' In 1!)28, the first year in which National Business Women's Week vas observed, the Federation had 14 clubs and 50,000 members. Tolay— 1939— the Fcdera'lion lias 1COO clubs and 71,000 members nnd is organized in every state in the nation, the District cf Columbia. Ala-ska and Hawaii. M. M. o with Howard Archer, Iviuisferred here from Walnut n,xr> ui;cu ...»i.tj"— work. Eddie 11. David, who heiul- uuariers here for his work as district, supervisor of parried convicts, remain 0 . In the same position. Ever since Its origin, National Business Women's ' week has been heralded by the Chief Executive of UIK United States, the governors of slates, the mayors of cities, and the county judges in county areas. Presidents Coolidge. Hoover and Rocsevclt have each issued public endorsement!! of the Week. The National Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs is 20 years old, and National Business Women's Week will be 12 years old this year. The Week lias become absorbed into Federation fiber and is looked upon ns one of the outstanding publicity events of the year. , The lopic used this year, "One Hundred Years of Women's Progress in the United States" was tin. CAItO Oi' THANKS We wish to thank om' friends for the sympathies shown vis durlmj fi\*r v*vn>il li/i|'L»nvrmpnL allll Ill-iO tlie kindnesses of the Rev. Kuphu D. Densley. the Rev. Frank M. Sweet. Dr. T, K. Mnhan and B, M. loll. Mrs, Grace A. Richards and children. Down Memory Lane , . ceived the Idea of National Dusi- iheme of the Biennial Convcntioi ness Women's Week. Its purpose' in Kansas City, Mo., July 9 to U Steele-Cooter Society—Personal W. M. U. Has Interesting- Meeting There were eleven members present at the •'regular meeting of the W. M. U. at the Steele Baptist ! Church Monday nfternocn whe Mrs. J. Q. Davis of Cooler was guest. Mrs. Noble Cutslnger, first vice president, presided over the meeting during the absence of the president, Mrs. Sims Michie. The Royal Service program wa given, with Mrs. J. F. Patterson a leader, assisted by Mesdames Dora McAdams, George W. Cook, Rus sell Frakcs, Carl Pepples, Marshal Burroughs and J. W. Cunning ham. in the decorations, tallies and re freshmenls. Mrs. McCann preside at the serving table. The high score prize at bri<!8 went to Mrs. Jerry Holly who re ceived two large pictures; Mi- Marcus Limbaugh received scconi ligh prize a double deck of cart d Mrs. Chas. Bates won a priz a contest. Refreshments of open face p Plans were made fcr the nnmm beauty revue which will be held o Oct. 20th at the high school and torium. • * * Missionary Society There was a very large attend ance at the regular meeting of tl Woman's Missionary society wh they ;met at the Methodist chur Monday afternoon. Mrs. Ida Oil land :'«f Cbotei:>'wiis r :ii • guest; V'' During the absence of the pre identj.'Mrs. Newberry Johnson, t meeting was presided over by Mrs. enlo cheese sandwiches, pickle ives, potato chips, frozen sala igel food cake and colored Icmo lc was -served to the follow! tests: Mrs. Bales and Mrs. De •t, Smith of Steele. Mrs. Hoi Irs. Limbaugh. Mrs. Carl Hugh irs Alma O. Copeland. Mrs. Ja Virnp, Mrs. W. C. Reid, Mrs. Th la Thomason and Miss Doi BarneLt of Ccoter. Mrs. Newberry Johnson is rc- ovcring al her home in this city - 10 Years A^o •aul Anderson, night clerk at • Olencoe Hotel, is richer by $r>0 day as the result of the accept- ce by the manufacturer o 'oin's Toasted Peanuts" of '.he gan .submitted by him. "They l the pace for pennut taste," I r. Anderson's suggestion. Funeral services will be. hel mday at 2:1)0 o'clock for Capi la Robertson, 24-year-old -daugh i- of Mr. anil Mrs. Jack Robert n, who succumbed nt the Hap >i hospital in Memphis today Five Vi'ars Ago Louisville, Ky.—Mrs. Berry ' loll belle of southern sociely, wa idnaped from her sick *bcd late esterday anil brutally beaten !>>' cr abductor, it was revealed io- oy. W M Pyles of Hot Springs, for- lerly of Blythcvlllo, spent last ighl here with Ills tiaughter, Mrs. — ALWAYS FRESH PPOAO Protect Your Eyes! No Glar.l No Shidowil , Mushroom DESK LAMP 4109 Bank-bronze (iniilii I0-in. | iliade. Cord. KIRBY DRUG STORES Miliii lit- 2nd—livoadwny—Division Foi- Cash This Wook-Kml Cmon Fellas! Kick Off! OWcfsfS/zeand Shape! Cuararitetd BlaJJtr! . VARSITY r I FOOTBALL! I Tough cover and wliiile Ucei ,eslic Hooper Mrs. John Fi:i, . . . . ey of Memphis is spending a few lays here visiting , friends. . • Mrs Olio KochiilzKy of Columbus. Miss., is the ijw'est of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughes. < One Year Ago Little Hock— Senator W. H. M>- hiijton of Qeebc, while : 'iuspeclinE the legislative halls -with othei members of the senate and house BUY A PKG. TODAY | DR. LYON'S 25c TOOTH POWDER I Oz. QUININE TLOSS-TEX TOILET TISSUE . . MAGNESIA MHK OF-PPIT . NOLLE SOc SHAVING CREAM . PEROXIDE lor HYDROGEN-PINT ollowlng Methodist a tonsilectomy at the hospital in Memphis ever the weekend. Mrs. Shon Pollard of Tyler was the guest of Mrs. Aimer Ashcraft, and family yesterday afternoon. She had spent the morning at Holland with her sister, Mrs. Jack Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Boone and children of near Caruthersville, spent, Sunday here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cook.- Among, those from here who;are iri St Louis this week for Grand 'Chapter of the Eastern Star Lodge are Mrs. Alum Grissom, Mrs. Ruth Lawhon. Mrs. Willie Gvau, Mrs ' as leader and she was assisted by Mrs. Alma G. Copeland, Mrs. George Spence and Mrs. Jack Kelly. Final plans were made for serving the Rotary Club banquet and the following committee was selected lo plan the menu: Mrs. E. K. Benton, Mrs. Snm Hamra, and Mrs Lucille Stephens: * * * Mrs. McCann Honored"at Parly Mrs. E. W. McCann was gucsl, of honor at a bridge party at, the home.of Mrs. Jack Rushing Monday night when she had three tables of bridge players. The coloi scheme was effectively.carried on' tnd Mrs. Mrs. Velma Pulliam and Mrs.. P E. Waters were visitors in Blythe villc yesterday-evening. Mrs. Lilliani Sloan of Carthage Tetin., Is spending :this week her with her sister. : Mrs.' Beaumon Smith anil Mr. Smith. Sergeant Frazier Here On Tour Of Inspectio Work of the state highway polici men In this district was inspects today by E. E. Frazier of Newpoi sergeant in charge of Tro:p of the stale policemen which n Our aim is to get rich body in our whisky V p - VOLLERTSEN President Everything for your enter tainment and comfort. Watch Society Page Of Courier News F*r Free Show Gueiti SECRETS OF LOVELINESS Five Famous! Aidt to Bcautyl > A $2 VALUE! *NEW ELMO KIT i Contain) Skin FrMhener, Texture i Cream, MsrRO Mmque, L)Hr»e Creim, Ra-Lo Lotion. HOUSEHOLD NEEDS For Ptrfect Cafftel 6-cvp ALL GLASS 'COFFEE MAKER VACUUM-TYPE or 6-CUP 'GLORIA' COFFEE MAKER (DRIP-TYPE) Your <t 07 Choict . . »~~ BEAUTY; , In EVERY DROPO TEEL LIQUID DENTIFRICE TrM 1 Ac k sii«. . JLw i new «>(e way lo 1 ^.t«th and frcihen the r Other Sizes ^ 'i Rich :body gives our wliisky that full flavor and smooth drinking quality. We get it by using <!0 % Small Grain — and we don't think it can be done with any less. f 99 .KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKY s whisty i> 3 yeari o) —90 proof fHE^K. TAYLOR DISTILLING CO. Weds. - Thurs. f/PTS I/LLL? Tiie K. Tnylor Distilling Co.. Inc. is ft ind«iK-n<lrnf Jistillcry. Its brands ar rejiBterecl in Ihe U. S. Pntcnl Office. : nrillicr il nor its brands linvc I connection with any otncr ilistiHt {fetautta to/ntmey MMMif NEW 1940 STUDEBAKER CHAMPION NEW (il,OVEU'S MAN(JB •lOe __••_ BOX 500 Kleenex TISSUES WALGREEN MAGNESIA I Tooth Paste I Miracle Tuft I Tooth Brush . . 2Sc SIZE GLYCERINE AND ROSEWATER U- 17* I 02. . .1 * LOFOTEN Cod Liver OIL PINT 69 C 60° SIZE REM For Coughs 49° 35 C Scholls Zlno Pad* Super Soft 3V 25 C DRANO For Drains Hudson B»y I ^"SSTtaw KITCHEN Alarm Clock TOWELS i 8'Jc 1BO-Shetlj O^cl Sm»rVlooWng Whltk Broom or Clothes Brush Your 4 Ac eholo . Ji9 Keep clothe* n«t. Bicarbonate | of SODA I Kb. 4 «c TIN 1*> iWPOWER-BiNT Vlso I'aiamout N'cws &'.Comedy Admission Matlncc He- •* -UUn Cu & 30c 50 C 19 e Durable Tyson Rubber Gloves 23' Non-*lip finiiri. HEAVY GRADE Mineral Oil PINT 33' Moth Balls or Flakes «.oi;. 4<( Box . . * » Protect clothe* now EPSOM SALTS MEDICINAL , 1 «J C 16-oz. Chamois and Wool Sponge 49' For oil cleaning. l^DRENE SHAMPOO 79' 2So SIZE |FEENAMINT| LAXATIVE 19 C ••^••^•••••MM French Harps 25c FACIAL TISSUES "Perleotlon" Box OAB soo Z4 JUSTRITE CLEANER 150 Kleenex lOc _••_ 750 SIZE Listerine 1 ANTISEPTIC FOR DANDRUFF 59' VALENTINE IHAIR TONE i " OT> *&< | BOTTLE . y BOX 12 MODESS Sanitary Napkins RECUUR, JUNIOR' S S $ S $ 5 : Friday, Oct. 13th 175 Good Reasons Why You Should Attend Malincc or Night f § ? ? $ $ PIPING HOT CHOCOLATE With freih Cookies and 4 4\ Whip Cream iV SOc KOLYNOS Tooth Paste 39 e ^M^*MM Kaslmitn Kodak 79c NEED VITAMINS SWAMP HOOT 49c-98c 'OLAFSEN 'Halibut Liver Oil Capsule on 100 Plain 98 OUFSEN ATOL (ABDG) CAPSULES^. Box 25 f$ VALUABLE COUPON I POT | VALUABLE COUPON CLEANERS OXY Muttnet* Frl.-S«t--Sun. Admission ilways 10* A Z** H ERE'S a still finer 1940 version of the tremendously successful original Studebakcr Champion of 1939—a new Champion that's engineered to deliver 10% to 25% more gas economy than any other Icaiiing lowest price car—a beautifully balanced, luxuriously finished new Champion that runs rings around its price field in sure-footed comfort, handling ease, safety. Stop in nt your nearest Stude- bakcr showroom nowondtakcouta new 19-10 StudcbakerChampion for , arevcaling,convincing 10-miledriyc. Sec for yourself that this Champion is a stand-out every way. At no extra cost, you get the Champion's sealed beam head-' lamps, front-compartment hood lock,steeringwheelgearshift, planar independent suspension, non- slam rotary door latches and maiiy other niceties and improvements. Easy C.I.T. payment terms. Tue.-Wed.-Thur. PAL NIGHTS! 2 admitted for the price of 1 WHERE WAS 1 J. F. LIVINGSTON MOTOR SALES FRIEDA INESCORT HENRY WILCOXON Also "Tlircc Stooges" comedy 111 E. Main St. Phone 107 lOc CAN OF • CLIMAX • | Wall Paper* CLEANER| WITH "Tc • COUPON . I • $1.25 PERUNA METAL MESH ZINC OXIDE WASHABLE VELOUR ^ POWDER • PUFFS 306 HILLS CASCARA QUININE H6UTs21 C WITCH HAZEL I PINT 24 ALMOND LOTION 6-01. «>Ae SIZE £J3 35c Vicks 27c 1.51.00 Schick Razor 35c Life IJuoy I Sliavc Cfciim ^Q c Hotli . ...... ^* BOOK MATCHES . Flnslilights 49 1 WITH TnIS CDiiron . . 3'i PAPER NAPKINS VALUABLE COUPON H Shoretawn • STATIONERY, . ^24-SHEETS or ] ^24-EKVELOPE^; 98c $1.08 Wine of Cardui . . 79c 50c Lady Esther Cream . 39c $1.00 Fountain Syringe 49c SOc Drakes Glessco Syrup 39c $1.50Pinkham ? sVeg.Conip. 99c 25c Black Draught . . Me $t.OO HERVIHE ..-.'. 79c $1.80 Hot Water Bottle . 49c S1.CO Wampoles Preparation. 89e $1JO Citrocarbonate 59c Revlon Nail Polish 60c $1.00CreosotedEmulsion.. .79c Cutex Nail Polish . . 10c West Tooth Brush . . . 2for49c 5 Lbs, Epsom Salts . .'Bag25c 35c iromo Quinine . 2?c RUBBER GLOVES 15c up $1.00 Mar-6-Oil Shampoo 79c New- Shipment Footballs ... $1 up I Shoulder Pads S1.191 Helmets . .$119

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page