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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 13, 1939
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FRIDAY,.OCTOBER .13, 1939 BLYTHEVILLE (AUK,) COURIER NEWS Luxora Society — Personal Birthday 1'uriy Eighteen litle folks were guests of John Howton Thweatt Monday ' " his afternoon in celebration of fourth birthday. The party given on the large lawn at (he Howt:n-Thweatt home. Assisting Mrs. Tim-cult in •entertaining 1 wftli the games ana play ground attractions were her mother, Mrs. O. Howlon, Mrs. Joe Hires and Mrs, Charley Billingsley. A color scheme was carried out very attractively in pink, with a large cake decorated In pink rosebuds and four pink candles, Inscribed "Happy Birthday, John", ami individual pink iced cakes served in pink plntes telling Ihc story of "The Three Bears • , and •pink soufllc cups with pink ice cream. Jtlm Howton tic , nucst with and horns. presented each llt- favors of balloons Missionary Society Meets at Cmircli" Al Ihc meeting of tlie Methodist Missionary Society Tuesday after- DOES YOUR CAR Shimmy, Wander, Weave WEAR AWAY YOUR TIRES? H's dangerous ancl expensive lo drive with Steering Gcnr and Front wheels, out of adjustment. Keeping them in eooa order is so fiinnfe and inexpensive you should nerer frur.t lo cliauces. ADJUST STEERING GEAR COMPLETE' STEERING GEAR ADJUSTMENT, in- ,r , nr clwling—adjustment «[ M Ball Socket joints — tightening front Spring Clips and Shackles. (Parts fc'xtra). FREE FRONT END INSPECTION ll'lie above includes a comriiult INSFECTION and KErpllT UH coalition of Whucl Aligninenl and factors afTectins lire wear.) PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. noon at the church, Mrs. Jl. E. L. Benrden opened tlie meeting by reading ns Uie devotional. Remans 8:28-39, followed by Hie Prayer repealed in unison. Lord's During the meditation period expressions were heard from those present of "Functions Church Today." of the Tlie business session was cpcned by the • president, Mrs. R. w. Thomas, calling for the reading ol the minutes and roll call. Announcement was made of the completed plans for the benefit picture show at the Luxora High School auditorium Tuesday night. Mrs. Began; study leader, presented (he second chapter cf the mission study, "Triumph .Through Tragedy", by John R. Molt. Attends hVout Executive Meeting The Rev. R. E.-L. Bearclcn, Luxora's Scout Master, attended a cus- trlul Scout Conference' of Scout Masters at Jonesboro Tuesttuy night. Girls' Auxiliary Met Monday Afternoon Fifteen members and four guests attended the meeting of the Girl's Auxiliary of the Baptist church Monday afternoon at, the home ot their ccunselor, .Mrs. B. p. Wil- klns. The Girl's Auxiliary hymn, "We've a Stoiy to Tell to The' Nations", followed by repeating the Lord's Prayer In Unison, were used for the opening of the meeting. The program topic, "Follow the Rainbow", was illustrated by individual p:sters representing the colors of the rainbow and their ap> plication to the different phases of the program topics. Tlie violet :hadc represented the mother of the Girl's Auxiliary, the Woman's Missionary Union, and their relation; indijjo, "Prayer and Bible Study"; blue, "Stewardship"; green, "Growth and Knowledge in Mission Study"; yellow, "Personal REAL COFFEE — ALWAYS FRESH PAGEFIvi Service"; orange, "Forward steps";'at Helli, Ark. They win attend the served at the close • ol (lio after- and red, "Fun", demonstrated by n football game s u Memphis satur- noon. i trip to Die Rainbow's end where day afternoon nt Crump Stadium, • ' • "Candy Treasures" were found. between Washington and Lee Uni- 1'rcsbyicrlim Auxiliary Meets ' ' -' - -- ' "-i-slty and Southwestern. Circle No. 3 of the Presbyterlim Miss lUitrgarcL MoflUt and Miss Women's Auxiliary met at the homo Howard, of Memphis, motor- ot Miss Mnry Mehrlo Wednesday An hour of games was enjoyed vcrslly and Southwestern. nt I lie end'of the « i IKaid to Homecoming <}ucen cd to Luxora Saturday afternoon htghl 12 members nnd two Miss Mnriha Kate- Bryant, to spend the week end with homo 8»esls present, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. C. f o'k, Mr, and Mrs. Ess Moflllt mid Mrs. George Jennler gnvo the Bryant, has been selected as cue ot Mi', and Mrs. William Howard. <l«votlonnl, "Christian Abandon- the four maids who will attend the They were Accompanied by Mrs. "lent," Mrs. Jack Hnrl was In homecoming queen ut the crowning Clinrlic Scott, who visited with cll «r(;e of the program which was ceremonies Saturday afternoon at her sisters. Mrs. Walter Dcnton, Jonesboro before the homecoming game between Arkansas Stale Col- Mrs. William Thwoatt. Mrs. Herman Splccr and composed of letters from home mission fields. Those appearing on Ilia prgram were Mlssc-.s Dollyc Robin- leye and Southern Illinois Normal Richard, spent last Friday in West 50 "- Mnry Delieign, Nellie Sum- University, of Carbpndale, 1)1. Mas- Memphis with Mr. and Mrs, H. F. ters of the crowning ceremony will Splcer. be co-captains, Joe Woods ami, Mr. imci Mrs. Fred Corkrau, of Little Rock, arrived Monday for u visit with the parents of Mr, Corkran, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Corkran, nnd Ihe parents of Mrs. Cork- Ihe high school students d His- 'an. of Blylhcville. . ora schools was enjoyed by a large : Mrs. B. O. Wilklns and daughter, Uojiald Keller, * * * Dunce At Scout Hut A student dance .sponsored by HUMS, Helen Clarke nnd Mrs. 11. C. May. .._ 11 short business session, (he hostess served plnciipple upsldcdovvn cnko nnd coffee. Observe IS. * I'. \V. VVi't'k WHU Many Activities Members of tho local Uuslncss group, chaperoned by Mrs. R. u.'Ann Claire, were In Jonesboro " lul Professional Women's Club Langston and Mrs. Tom McOnr- Thursday nlglil for the football ," mcl CVC 0' day this week Ju nty, on last Friday night. Nlckle- K»nic between Luxora and Kclser, cl)s °™iK'e of National Business 1 *--•• • --'— • -' • -- • - .. ' odcon music furnished the means played (it Kny's field, 'Arkansas for dancing. Announces Birth of Son Mr. and Mrs. T. Tyler, cf Norfolk, Va., are the pnruils of iheir State Teachers College, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. C. Lnngston were dinnc-r-rtance guests cf Mr. nnd Mrs. w. T. Uarnctl, of Uly- thevlllc, on Thursday ni£lit, at-me second child, a sou, weighing nine i Dinner Dance Club, pounds, born at the Blylhcville lios-1 pita) Sunday night. Mrs. Tyler will f ce remembered by her Luxora friends ns Miss Ruby Brantlcy. Mrs. Tyler has been with her mother Mrs, Le)a Dranlley, for, lilt; past several months, while Mr. Tyler has been away engaged in navy maneuvering. Canuhersville Society — Personal Women's Week. The club's iiutlvHIes started Sunday when Ihc members attended the Prcsbylcrien church In a body where Iliey heard a special sermon "For Her Sake" given lor the occasion by the Rev. Wayne Gray. Luncheon was served to Iho group Monday nt Iho Palace Cafe, after vlilcu they veiled the Southeast Missouri Compress Company and Crews Reynolds' Gin nt Hnyll. The Plillalhen cinss of (he First Hnpllst clmrch enl/erliiliwd the cr- givnlzntlon Tuesday nlghl with a banquet served nt Ihc church. Following the banquet the club members went to tho home of Mrs. Richard Roland for n social hc,m'. • • § Mr. and Mrs, n. F. Coppnge and Joe Curtis left Thursday morning for Miami, Kla., where 1 they will spend (lie winter, returning to this city some lime next April, Mr. nnd Mrs. Peck Hoyden 6|>ciil Wednesday In Memphis. Mr. anil Mrs. Bj'rOi Ward, George Cook iiud Mr, nnd Mrs. J. L. Roebuck we Tuesday vlstlorfi In Memphis. Mrs. H. II, Brown returned Wednesday night alter a six weeks visit In Houston, Tox., with her son, llownrd nnd family, Amtng Ihoso present al a banquet given In honor ol Luo C. Lozlcr, stnlc commander of Uie American Legion Department of Missouri, lit Cnpc Glrnidcnu Wednesday nighl were llnce leaders «f Iho Cnrulhcrsvllli! Fiilr, Juti Ahern, president; Uob Mullinlks, treasurer; and Jniiies Reeves, director, other members of the local jx»t'' who attended 1 were Wlllard Russell of Haytl mid Leslie Morgan of near Caruthersvlile. Of the 76,000,000 horses In the world, America has 11,600,009. Bards Town Y.* nluiV\ Whf-^\ fcL__ * Badle Bottle */ We nuke only « little whltky etch yeul We itUk to tkc oU ilov wij iicd lot 119 yctri t kctcit lioiiboa Sprkgi i ... »4 tie usilt! a talf»y fill JrlMf »»W»'' Kentucky Strilght Bourbon Wh!»Vy j Hird>to«nlXiilll<ir, Inc., Uonrtxiii Spilu^i. Nc]»oil County. Ky, I*. O, Udtkliluvvn. Ky. MMM IMstrlbuU'd by FcldmanV Coimululo Helena, Ark, • 1-T.Z Everything for your enter* tainment and comfort. ";\ Watch Society F«n !( Of Cwrier News F« Free Sbw G»e*ti ? 5 * * t ? * $ * Friday, Oct. 13th 175 Good Reasons Why You Should Attend Matinee or Night " * I * Shower for Briilc A miscellaneous shower fcr Mrs. Vernon Bud, n recent bride, wns n± n^le't^te' b^ E? •» ** -no Wednesday night. linli'iljihiji With Chili,Supper Mrs. Olcn Meyers entertained n group of friends with a chili sup •andmothcr, Mrs. Minnie Wil- uns. Many lovely gifts were presented to Mrs. Bud, in attractively tied packages. Richard Simonson, of Glrnrd, III., Those present were Misses rjaiMthy bctt, Mary Jane C'orbctt, Minerva Phillips nnd Mrs, Jnck Moore. After the supper, bridge wns played. SEW 1940 BUY A PKG. TODAY Friday morning to be the weekend eucs(, ot Mr. and Mrs. Jim .Young. Whiskey FLAVOR QUALITY PRICE it Bourbon Whiskey Wednesday Nigh I Club illeets ... , , The Wednesday Night Club held wns n recent ovcrii ght guest of lts , cglllni . u nl. the home of Richard Thomas while cnroute V> Mrs _ clavUm Sclml(]i . ifrs L D I'lorida U> accept a position. He chauvin ' <f Cape Glraidenn wns was accompanied to Luxora by his clllh gucst mirt won h , „ icoro mother, Mrs. C. M. Simonson, who j, rlzc _ Sccolld hlg) , wag wcm was attending to business matters MrSi P , 1llMne aoodln a , K , Mri E11 and visiting for several horns with saphinn won - bridgo. The hostess iriends before rcUmilng Ir-me. Mrs. served a salad cturse and pumpkin Simonson and family are former |)ie topped wlth W |, iu p ctl ucftm residents of Luxora, and still re- nl (hc closc ot Uie cycn)ng lain their farming interests here. ] ... W. C. Mifriin was in Memphis \ f;,,( C rtains Idle Hour Cluli viEitlng with his wife, who is a.- Mre . j L Rocbllck cnterlnlned patient at the Baptist hospital,! members of ' the Idle Hour Club and reports that Mrs. Mifflin is, , lnd n \ ne guests nt her home Wed- improving. nosdny nlglit. The guests nerc Mis, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Lynch. Br.,' Jolm white, Mrs. Prank 1, ng Jr of Victoria, have, as their guests M VS . joe Bob Cop|>age of Bragga- for several weeks, Mrs. E. R. Bos- dado, M rs. George Glozler . 1 well, of Bishop, Texas..,. . . 5am c;rbeit, Mrs. John Lnnoi airs'* Miss Rosa L:u Cook, of Mom-' Everett Reeves, Mrs. pelt>"it Hnr-l phis visited her parents, Mr. and !)e r and Mrs. James'Nlckciii Mrs. M. C. Cookc, Sunday. i nigh guest prize, bath towels Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Majors, ac-1 wns won by Mrs. Long, nnd Mrs companied by Mrs. Will Wood and R,. L. Ward won high club-prize, I Mrs. O: Howlcn were Sunday cologne. Mrs. Glozlcr won brldgo, '- altcrnoOn guests: or Mr. Major's gii.ap'ra); and Mrs. Nlck'cns ivns awarded n ten louel for low score. Refreshments or 1mm salad sandwiches, fruit salad and pumpkin pie were served. Sirs. Uaskin Entertains Mrs. Car! Baskin was hostess to 24 guesls (rom Carulhersville and Hayti at bridge nt her home T'uec- ! day aJteniron. "The house wns 1 decorated with autumn flowers and I the Halloween motif was carried | out in score pads, lallics nnd Ublo appoljilments. - . I Mrs. John VanAusdall won n picture as high sccre prize, Mrs. Sharon Pate won second high, n sandwich set, and Mrs, -Fred Wallace of Hayti won 'third high, cos-' tume jewelry. Mrs. Joe Kolm of Hayli bridge:ed and was awarded a pair of pictures. The Halloseen Iheme. was carried out also in the refreshments cf chicken salad, ice cream to p'ump- '•'- .moulds, nnd chocolnte cake. Wednesday Aflerno;ii Club Mccfs Mrs. Claude Nelson entertained two tables ot the Wednesday Afternoon club at her home Wea- ncsdny afternoon. Mrs. Harry Baker and Mrs.,Jim VanAnsdnM were club guests. Mrs. Jas. ,wt. Reeves w:n club prize, uSid Mrs. VonAuitlall guest prize. Refreshments were WAUNING ORDEH 1 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OP THE CHICK ASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. The Union Central Life Insurance Company, a corporation, and H. L. Hodell, Trustee riain- llff. vs. No. 7032 Annie May Craws, et. al., Defendant. The defeiuient 'Harlcy Crews and Pcarla May Crews, are warned to appear within thirty days In tlw- court nnmed In the caption hcrc-1 of and answer Uie complaint of) the plaintiff The Union Central ( Life Insurance Company, n corporation, and H. L. Hodell, trustee. Dated this 4th day of Octob.-r, 193!). , : , HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk i By Elizabeth Blithe, I) C.' B. Segraves (Ally, for Pltf.i - ! >e Taylor (Ally, ad LUcm.i -. G-13-2(J-27 htw HUDSON SIX PTtT] HEBE TODAY...AT A 67 0 AMERICA'S SRFEST CARS ME NOW AMERICA'S SMARTEST ROCK-BOTTOM PRICE THE CAR TO SEE WITH THE "OTHER THREE" HUDSON ALSO PRESENTS: N«w Hudson Eight, a n.w kind of low-pric.H Straight Eight, and its brilliant companion tar, lh» N»w Super-Six . ; . N»w Country Club Sedant, luxury «tn«otlon« of th« year. Top value In •very popular prlct clan, Hatting with th« low«ft H/tmott exciting rait tln'ft "HtllDivtrt*! i; UONOMV WINNER: 32.66 inikt ^ t rton h. , lpOO : mile test! Runnini; at a constant Zp.'JB-niilc average sped), on Uiali Salt Car with overdrive and optional 'rear 'slo]i-aiti/-ge" opti (iv'o.ratio. Even in ordinary " ... | . . _ . J -•"l'-~<nt-£ l lr iirivinf;, which, of course, uses more gas, Iliulson Six economy will amaze you. NEW HUDSON Slx"'^'^Nrw'^GH77n'r^iP»^'ry ENDUMNCE WINNER: 20,»M mltot it ;....„. *t~t ol 70.5 mH«»r hwirl 81 new offiH.I records'I No stock c«r t\ cr went so faf so fist is this lowest priced Hudson Six. And endurance, so convincingly proved ,in thi» rac-lcing "torture test," means longer life, lower upkeep cost and higher resale value. NEW COUNTRY ClUB SEDANS DOSS MOTOR SALES •113 W. Main Dlj'thcvillc, Ark. AIio short and March of Admhsjon Mjtince IDc i, 26c» Nljht 16o & S6o ;' SATURDAY 10YI <*)'<> c*r(o»n & serial "Oregon Trail." Cniilinuoux show. ' •; . Admhcion till 5:00 pm. Iftc i''iGc After 5:00 pm. 16o & Stc,^ Sunday - Monday l)lSTUlBUXfl> BV: SHJJIiltN.VGia ,t COSH ANV, Gxriusivt lors lor Arkansas, Little Kock, 1'iiic IJluir, Ucriuull, l-orl Smith WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Leonard A. Wray, Plaintiff, vs. No. 7017 Dorothy Mac Wray. Delcmlaul. ! Tli^ defendant. Dorothy, Mac Wray. Is warned to appear' within thirty days In the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Leonard A. Wray. ,.Dated this 22 day of Scpl. 1930. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. Ally fcr PHI. Nelil Rccd Ally, ail Lilcm, d 13, Cook. * NOTICE! Walter Cox, Jr., and E. M. Murray have leased and are now operating TY'S SERVICE STATION AT THK ARK-MO STATE LINE' ' Why not drive up to our Station the next time you need gas and oil? We'll appreciate your business and you'll appreciate our service! Magnolia Products Mobilgas and Mobiloil AUo r.iramoant Xews & shorti show S«ndar Arim. Snn. ^lat & NijrW lie f, 36o Adm. Mnn. Mallneo l»c it J6o Admission AlMxUy Nijhl ISc «. Xc ROXY Fri.-tet.-Sim. A<tantM» ktwmn Ita * M( Friday - Saturday The finest in motor fuels and . lubricants at prices that are • ......... lower! GAS * OIL 15c and up AIio t.irloon i «rial "Ilglituij Devil Pflgs." Cbntitiaous SUOTT Sat- Ufdar. ' ' Last tines Today , Abo Ko.\ <Sc«s £. Comcdj- >

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