The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 19, 1939 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 19, 1939
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1939 BLYTHEVILLB {AUK.) COUHIBH NEWS - mill Virginia Bowon, sixth Bnidcrs, to lier home after school to enjoy mid assist her In cutting ii ln<-o/> 1,1 .•> it,-tXii -*i-_ ..i. ' _. _ .* + COUItlKIl NKWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET Tills Tlrlipf Will \Amli llryon ICiimelt & C'ciiiiuiiiou J.c.icliville —to Hie— R!TZ TIIEATEB "lil.ACKMAH," Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. R. A. Nelson entertaining Friday Bridge club. Music ' Department, Woman's club, meeting three o'clock at club house. SATURDAYS'S EVENTS Mrs. Harry Kirby and Mrs. Farmer England entertaining Chapter N of the p. E. o,.sisterhood with luncheon, one o'clock, al Ktvby home. Mrs. Malln Honored With Bridge Shower Mrs. William Malln, recenl bride, was the guest ol honor ill u bridge shower for 20 {f her friends given last night b.v Mrs. Earl Buckley and Mrs. Fred Fleeman al the Pleeman home. Mrs. Malln was before her rcceiil marriage, Miss Ruth Blythe, daughter of Mrs. John W. Blythe. The hostesses used a blue arid silver motif In the card table ar- rnnjements and the handmade were arranged in the center*re f the be (lie weekend guests of Mr anil small tables at which hmc], was Mrs. SccgKln Sr.'While there. Mr Scoggln will attend to business. Mrs. J. L,, Woolman two served. I In I"M '"'I'm) i""*' 5 ,T" ic " fo1 - "'"" "' u ' ""«'»""> »"« two lowed Mrs Afflick was high scorer daughters, LorcUu Jean mid Linda and Mrs. Harry KlrUy, second high, sue, of Sand Springs, Oklii., c'imc ' " Saturday afternoon t 0 j 0 | n n lc Hcv. Mr. Woolman, who 1ms nc- . , • cepled the paslomtt' of the inml Ihe Rustic- Jim was (lie scene of' First Church of the Nuzarcnc 'riiev the bridge party given yesterday \vtll reside al 513 Ncilli Madison a icrnoon by Mrs. Claude p. scog- Mrs. Ramsey Duncan - lldls0 "' Hustle ]mi IK Scene of Parly (ihla visitors toduy, . The yeltow-clM gr|dd<»-s ot Mnrl- amia high, undefeated since 1926, were decisively beaten yesterday afternoon by the niyth'cvlllo Chicks 38 to 6, I'lvo Years \to - ... HQ lifts Us first , .- home of to d«*7,te""*Mrt* ^T B {» '• «•* »• P „., I Will Dlllnrd, 41 nollalr wood, S±, »" lt L)1? biul)e '' sll °l» ut m Memphis. TWV '.South Second street. Mrs. Hnlscll Mrs. K. D. Etierdls, itcccmpMllixt !}*, n tld C . l8Ilt sue, 01 sand springs, Oklsi ciimc inirf"V,V°^"n""T' *"""""">'"••«'i i» ^ Miss Carrie Mae Hires, returned nvi,!!!!!!* Saturday nftenioou to join the | ?n»,» l°«f"',' 3 '' 5 1UK| , ^'''^ i 'l, 01 , 1 . 10 Wednesday ; from a week's okli "">»"« II Inrso birthday csko prepared for Mrs, Charlie MlffllH hns been HUinlssed from the \V. .... _ 1 Offerings" was led by Mrs! I O. Wllklns. Mri. C, n. Wood the dovctloiinl on' . CovetOHsness", ps extte'rlcnco In mid shears In . - . as nr n AT^VM lcrt! "" cd 'Dcinbcrs turned from Memphis where of (I e ADC Bridge .club mid three spent a few days with her she " . ------ -i ----- -- ., ,.,-.„,., 11 >vi, i iv i oiav^. 1 !, J nliH ,, , |Mis. W. D. Murtln.of Milan, Tcnn Besides (lie members, guests «vere who Is being treated al the Cami ' Pl Kels °y- M rs. Toby Long bell's clinic there for a hip r "Just married" tallies. To dcs.ratc I yjf" £"" , the house, they used roses In shades I , ' ~V S/r? Miss Mary Spain Usrcy. <jh score prize among (he c*~ members Went to Miss Mary Virginia cutler and among the cuests to Mrs. kelsey. f«d drliiks were served during the games which were foil:wed with a dessert course, * ' • . * Are Guests of Cluli Mrs. P. L. Englcr and MI-S. C. R Wrolen were guests of Mrs. C. C. Lfliigston yesterday afternoon when slie entertained members of the Tcwn and Country club with a Jarty at her home. Roses decorated the rooms where >rid°e v.-as played. Mrs. Hugh Har- lert was high scorer and Mrs, J. W. Parker, second high. Refreshnienls were served al the conclusion cf the games. Local Girl Js Ciimllrfafc (nrc . she Is steadily In ,,,ov ng ' •""''*>• varying from pink to red and zinnias. The bride's place ' was marked with a minnlure bride and groom. The shower packages of assrrtcd giits were also wrapped In the blue and silver colors. High score prize in the bridge games, gold b;acls, nenl to Mrs. Samuel P. Morris, while Mrs. Marvin Chappcll received a vase for low ECore. A dessert course with coflec was served after the ganie.v. * * * Observe WecU of 1'raycr The third in a series of services f being held by the -Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church in observance of a- week of prayer and self denial for home ' missions WHS held yesterday afternoon al the hcmc of Mrs. James A. Overholser. Sixteen members heard .the hostess give the devotional ou "The Boor Is Still Opening.'.' MIES Emma Kate Richards reviewed the . set qiuli chap tor of the study'book, "CljrtpelK&j • v :. -/^V.S Eiilcriaiiis" Club A Halloween motif was .carried out in the decorations for the party given .yesterday aflernron by Mrs. L. E. Baker at her home for members of the Thursday Bridge club and two guests. Mrs. w. L. Crafton and Mrs. Ivy \v. Crawford. l:i the bridge games which were played, high score prize among the club members went to Mrs. Ray- nirnd Schinuc): and among tlie guests lo Mia. Crawford. ° Mrs. Charles Alford received the travel- Ing prize. The hostess served a salad plate at the conclusion of the games. Daughter Horn A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wroten at 7:45 o'clock this morning at the Blylhcvllle h:s- pital. The Sabs', who weighed three pounds and nine ounces, has not yet been named. Slie is (he Wro- tcns' second (laughter. * • =f Is Hostess fo Club Mrs. w. J. Wunrierllch was htst- css to members of the Wednesday Hridge club and one guest, Mrs. G. W. Affiiuk, with a party al her home yesterday afternoon.' j Small bowls of mixed rio«-er*! . Buchanan, daujh- Luxora Sociely — Persona] I'. T, A. Meeting Increased interest and attendance was iKted al the second meeting from I .......3 i*,i»ugro nun, j. Proverbs, Mnttheiv, and I visit with Mr. -Eberrtls ill linton. I Hougi!. Lit. They attended HID fool- iirday ....... .„, ,,,„ Tiilaiie and Aiibiim, was iKico ai lie secom iner-tlno <!,„ V -"•"""•"> «""<;! u » of the Luxora P. T. A. o Wcrtnes- i »rln ^"'J"' "" SO ' CCtCCl th ° *™ rinv nriwnnnn >.l. lh n ,,!„,,"-„, )eilo:ls of "«'SlC. Be Ore. Christ. -- — °" phases of "Tithes ball (jmiic Saturduy uftcrnoon be»ml Oflcrliigs wcio given by Mrs. tween LoulslniM state university W. L. Clnrk, Afrs. churlcs Cork- and Rice Institute at Baku Rouge ran, Mis, J. w, Smith, Mrs. Jolni «ii<l motored- to Now Odciuis SiU- . uiriav night for (he giuno bolwcen 1110 bencdicllon pruyer was said by Mrs, I,, p. Mcminlnp. l.iixoru l.llrrary C'lub Mrs. Jcwe Hi-rivn i\as hostess to the members of the Luxora Literary "ook club Thursday night, M icnibcrs bcln» present. Roll call wns iiuswcrcd by giving the origin of n word and it's meaning. During (ho business session, presided <ver by the president, Alvs, Oiifli'lis Ttiouids - i)l(iii£ were outlined for the annual ruffling of! of a turkey ta procure means for the club's Christmas fund f.r the needy. Mrs. Lew T. Stanford,' leader of • . • ^ fiv-rviiwM iv Col. Clms, A. Lindbergh today t|>« ... "•-•-. -•;•- fltstlngubhed service crctss wllh A « Catherine Tennyson, tcuclicr Iho Mar or the ordor o( the aor- i the vomutale, Ark., BChoo), *as man E«gl e . It h Uio onlv order tlie weekend mini of her jlslor, available to (orolgnef M ''s- »'• r ,r •',•,- i, of Memphis will spend Ihe weoK end ivldi lier parents, Mr, and Mrs N. P. Knight. Ilerlln: One Vc»r •Oermuny ilves«nl«d Mrs. Charlie Thoihsts, mid ' Mri Th.'nias. T. O. Wllklns nnd Jimmlc Slack, I MiperlnlciKlent and principal of 1.11x0111 schools, attended the meet- hi(,' of the Mississippi County superintendents and principals held «l Shawneo Friday night. Miss Maggie Sue Fionnnlng, teacher In (he Ilulborl-Wesl Mem-1 Phis school, anil Miss Frances Flemmlng of Memphis, spent Sun- = <lny with their parents, the Kcv. and ' n „ _, . ... Mrs. L. p. Flemmlng. j ""' Clul1 Metis Mr, and Mrs. R, T. Hallcw hud nnoUior holder of the 01 dor. Denionstratjon Club News Notes cf ways means music, Mrs. Lsm T. Stanford anil Mrs. HllUn Stcplicnson, ana nssLst- . . Ing In promoting band activities, „ , - - fs - J°hn L. were discussed. It wns voted to Buchanan, has been selected by the sponsor'a picture sho-.v on Tucjdnv freshman class of Central college night al Ihe scho'l Seventeen members of Iho Deli day afternoon "nl "the" hi'-h"'scii'ool' if'.'^ ° f " !uslc ' Bc ' orc CIlrlst ' ! w " lcir 8 " ests S«i«lay'Iholr^angh- i !oirtl L»"»o«8tr»tlon club met Fri- audltorium. 5C " 001 j Uiuk Ages, Kcnassinncc. and Mod- tcr. Oc:rBlnmin, wul Roy Lake, of *!!"• Oct ' fi ' Rt lll « 'i 0 ""* o[ Mrs. "" ' ' ' Memphis, 0" a Bcehlcr. Tlio incetliit! was opened wljli a song after which Mrs. J. v. Henderson led in prayer, Mrs. Eurl Mngers. Mrs. Kochlo'r, Mrs. II. A. Clrccmvny were appolnttd e*ch member placed a piece of her h»ndlw<Hc on exhibit. The hostcw s«rve<i relr«4hinent,i during the social hour. The next, meeting will be with MH. Magers. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Charlie Ruth BUnkeashlu, j)e|i admitted. ' Mrs, Edna Orccr, city, dbmUscd Mrs. E, If, Walson, Stcele, dls- missed, -. • , BlvihtvilU- IlmplUl Mrs, Oecl) Wrciten, oily, admitted. Mrs, ,W. o. nlciiarclsoi), Hcllniid, ndmlttcd, Mrs. B. K CunnUiKhaw, city, ad.mlUwl, Everything for your entertainment and comfort. '-• Watcb Society Ptfe Of Courier New* f Free Show Guests MM, ndipltt«rt. K Dlckson, Joiner, • the two projects of the for the year, supplying „ tor the teachers of public school A. material auditorium (imslc was written at the different singes of (levclopmciH. ' Another Interesting feature of Ihe program was a drill in the' pronunciation cf words o;tcn mispronounced. At the conclusion of the program, Mi's. Drown served n salad ,.tatc and coffee. •-••"«•* "* vjt-mmi tijjiv^u 1115110 HI, IHU SCtlO 1 UlK ill Coiuvav as Us candidate in the proceeds to be used for miblic iu , ,. ,• queen contest held each year at the school music material , "' MDI "P |lla "•«« Show . Under the nrosram inulc "Or I, „ , "*?? M ,^' B ' C ' ^"Bslo" luijjc, ui-( K cre In Memphis Sumlay Halloween carnival given by the frcEhmen. Miss Buchanan wns Down Memory Lane . - «ere Mn gantantlon Which Presents Kecreo-f ,HeSc " f + , .mo , .. - .~o-•••'•", inw Itmvd ULJt of the 1938 graduating class of Hie heard: the Hcv. R. E. U Beanleii lege. Bits of Newi Mostly Personal* interesting discussion on "The C:n tributton of Ihe 4-H Clubs." The vole for Die grade dollar resulted In a lie between ttis first, third and sixth grades, wilh each grade receiving a dollar, Baptist'nnry Socielj On account of illness among many of the members of the Missionary Society the attendance at the mcetlnj Tuesday afternoon was Mr. and Mrs. W. C, Rylee and' n:t very large, son, w. C. Jr.; have gone lo Helena I The meeting ivas presided over to make' their home.. They left by the vice president, Mrs. L. p. Memmlng. r i ue [ O Die illnjss of the president, Mrs. Charlie Evans. Oil" visitor, Mrs. Vf' pir.'jcjii. . :- ; £f 1HJIM ..i.j «,itj t!tiriu% n^^ni: nju wtc^-1 After .viliging the hymn end here with Mr. Shirley's sister, year, "I Love to Tell Mrs. Chmles AIford, and Mr. A1-, repeating the Walc!ni~,», ... „,„ford. They were accompanied here son, followed by prayer led by by Mr. Shirley's father, A.M. Shir-! Mrs, W. L. Clark, the reports o'f Icy, \vli3 had siwnt the summer in . standing committees were heard. Mount Vcrnon and in St. Louis! A crmmlttcc composed of Mrs :. B. Wood. Mrs. b. P. 1 Phis, Sunday '.-'.Mr,- aiid Airs,- B:bert .Shirley and daughter'. &•'•*--'~f *•-••--'*•'»-•' - BrigS night al a dinner - r. ' in mil- . with a daughter, Mrs. Uana Glpsou. . . . . ,. . , The Rev. Dr. Frank G. Smllli. of »nd Mrs. B. o. Wllktns was op- Omaha, Neb., returned to his home this Jiiorning after having spenl three weeks here with his daugli- polnled to complete Ihe final ar- rangcmeiils lor Ihe meeting 'cf the Mississippi County Baptlsl'Mis- tcr, Mrs. R. p. Klrshner, and torn-1 s'onary Societies «l the Institute ")'• 1° l» held ivllh Hie Luxora Baptist Mrs. J. A. Leech has returned' Society, as hosts, on Nov. 7. An from Memphis where she received "tteiitlaiice cf approximately 75 is treatment at the. Baptist 'htspital for several days. Mrs. C. W. Af- ilick netil down for her Tuesday. Mrs. s. s. Stcniberg and Mrs. ' O. E. Coulter spent yesterday in i Memphis. | .Mr. and Mrs. Claude P. Ecojgin Jr. will go to Memphis tonlglil to expected lo attend. A Roynl Service, program, on "The Groat Commission and (lie parly given by Mrs. Briggs in honor of Mr. Brlggs' birthtlny. Attcml Livestock Show T. D. Wllklns, superintendent' cf Liixarn Consolidated schools and Ray B. Whitmorc. vocational agriculture teacher, attended the state' 1 Livestock Sli:w held al Little Rock I the first of this week. Mr Wllkins visited home I6\k\ al Arkadelplila before . rclurnlng ' home nnd was accompanied- iritie'•; by ills, sister, Mrs. Henry CMvcns ! of MMvcni, Ark. Atier several days •• visil with Mr. and Mrs. V^ilkins ami young son, Jamos Cnivln. Mrs Olvcns will visit reltities n t Aiinn,- ul., before returning home. Celclmilcs by Ten Veurt Ago I lie Rev. Jclfcrson Bhcrmnn is nltendlng the nnnunl session of '"c St. Louis conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church' in Ciu-iithcvsvllle today . - r)lo Ro " H»V« { 'I Ln " mor , ls spending several dnys In Rulevllle, Miss M,. "'W Mrs^Aj^Fnlrnelrt are Mem- Beware Coughs Following Flu ssW3S^s^i^«» releves prompnu right to Ihe'wal of t™ tn bll J" 055 " B«mi laden phlegm, I Si" 01 ? nlld1(U<1 IlnUl ™ l ° ? hlraw ' tc '«ler, of bicomiiTaon" with" file R b0tt!C ' dlkl5 n celebration of her birthday, •:n Wednesday, Oct. 18, Sara Lungston iniled Sara Poscy, Ann clnlre George No Longer Drinks Whiskey While Kihlmii Trralmcnt ilim Hale Liquor Made Vy'tillo Kllilm tcrrcillsr in cuff iluiic miicli lo vvuiiiiin slo|i;>cd illi oiu- Inn. Utimitr mi lie tivcn t, )KI ,,'r.uiilk nn.l lin» stop ilrunkonntss. One ilriii.Voril ut 20 fears j.rlr,: is J2.00 • iiml . io j.rr,: s is tor snlc at • KttUj- Urottiera, H APPY CRO.& U " OUR " FREE .'DELIVERY 109 W. Main St. Phone IS LADIES'SLIPPERS i"l!lack, Brwvn, Green, •, Ulue and Wine in Kid, ' Sitcfle or Patenl. Siz«s 2^ to 1.0, Widths ' A'A'AA (o EEE. SCHOOL OXFORDS Hlack, 1} i- o w n, T a n, White Moccasin, White, Urown Saddle, White, Black Saddle. $O95 2 Poll Parrot Shoes For Boys and Girls THE FAMiLY SHOE STORE 31 a \\: 281' —As shown in Lite Magazine, here's tils news in shoes-—Jartnan "Ccdar-Curtd" slylesl The leather in these smart Jannans is given, an ex Ira linishing touch by the exclusive "Cedar-Cured" process—(o mellow the leather, make it wear belter and give it the lasting aroma of cedar) Drop in loday and look over a pair. ' '• Most Slj'tES 312 W. a FAMiLV SME STORE . Phone i!; CREOMyLSION •, Bronchitis ErirollitKiit at BAST LANSING, Mich. (UP)— Michigan SUle Collego lins Ihtf cnKllmejit lit Its history (Ills foil. T!io rcgfstrur uimouiiccd that 0,OM students haVo registered, -rite colleie Is completing u $5,000,000 program of capital Improvements, financed lo 'ft Infgc oxlcnl liy PWA iind WPA. Cows In Their Cup* WORCESTER, cnpo prvVlnce (Ul>)—An overflow from n distillery Into n otrcnni cuusocl coivs to stng- Bcr dhuskenly ncvosa the comm:n lici-c, lnliab|tnnla nro still laughing nl the romvmbrRiico of a driink- cn cow being supported by two drunken men swerving acrosj" one of tho streets. . lo tlie nomlimtlng tommltlco tir this j'enr. Mrs. E. M. Wooilarrt s»ve u rc- lioil o[ the fnlr committee, dud AND FEVER And Other Malaria Misery! Do " °" <! lll » usual Molarli go on shivcrHiu and buni urfii A i Vii B ° on snlvcrlriB wnn cJiiiis ode niornent Dnrt hum ulK with foyer the next. b " " Miilarla la relieved by Orova'j tnedl l°" ' ro ' >ic ' Y CS, this blood. "^llsl^ss ^VpM^usarts New Une/cr-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiratior 1. t)p« [lot rot dresses — docs not irriutc skin, . rifiht «f<ct sliav 1 lo 3 cliirs. .licmovct Otlor f/iim perspiration. 4.' A |»iie wlihc, flrc.isclcss, suln- Icsi va.-iisliing crcim. 9. Arrld Ii«s liccu «warilcJ (lie Approval Seal of (tic Amiifran .. Instinuc of- Uuiidcting, for" being linfmlcss tfi filitlcs, 18 MILLION j«»-o(--Azrld- hive baen lold. Try 4 | OI (odayl ARRID ARE PRICES GOING HIGHER? .... we don't know ^Vill prices continue lo go up? We don't know, although history points to an increHse in prices when foreign markets ore cut olf. -• However, we do know thiit the prices of ninny commodities have'ah-eudy gone up,'and'that we cmUirit replace today » Ki-ent deal of mcrchaiidiac we have on hand at the prices we paid for it.. Wu are merchants and not prophets. But u'o <iid-look aliciul a few months atfo, JIIK) when lliiiiga.looked as it' there might bu a rise in prices wo went iiiio the market and protected ourselves and you oii. I'liinctretU of iteina. As a result, we now have a store full of-the things you want at prices Svhidi are decidedly under the present market. We do not urge you to rush in and buy.more:thnn you need, but we do believe that il will be wise for you to check up on the things you need.Ioday iiiid «re likely to need for the next few months ai)d-tak? advantage of our present 16w prices. ; :• . 801110 of our.clistpmei's-iu'oTidready buying, their Christum .'Gifts'''liovvi :• Last Times Today They Shall Have Music wKh Jorl McCre.i, Andrea Ueds Ccne Kfjnoles, Walter torerman' *_ s(»irf:i K JASC1IA 1IE1FETZ, (he World's Gtatcsf Vloljtilsl, vhote. iuae'0 music supplies *llh music Yiiore alluring to many mlllltns than ihe imiiio ot any IIUIII.IH voice, Also Paramount News & Come4y Admission Matinee l()r & ago Nlglil lOo & 3fic ' Friday Only S S $ $ S 5 $ $ 2GO Good Reasons Why.' You Should AUe'nd Matinee or Night 5 S $ 5 S S $ "UttffCMJir" tsKlngoftfc 0>n»miter$l His Most Powerful Oramitic Hit! lot* WATSON Also I'ltlorlul, Noully Short "Ulirnry of Congress." ROXY Last Times Today PAL NIGHT! Z utlnilllcr) for (he prlco al 1 HON'TLAWGH NOW/ FSL JUK • REGAN • PARKER JCF^KE CGKH ' DCSC1HU XEI1 _- -jmi l»u • Bin; Also seleclcd shorts Friday - Saturday -Vlso cariuon «, sciial "t'i Ucvil Bogs.' 1 Cciiliiicioiis j4.iu\v SJt- - v

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