The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1939 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 20, 1939
Page 3
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FRIDAY, tiCTOBER' 20, 1939 BLYTIIEVIT-LK (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS PAGE THREfl" fftSHIflMS Screen Players Compele With Gridiron Stars For 1 Attention By I.DCIE NEVILLE NEA Service .Slaff Corresiionilciit HOLLYWOOD. — Football fans here expect t'j see a triple show for their money: the game, their favorite stars—and a fashion parade. So, even though they can expect loving fans ami autograph hounds to drip hol-dog-muslard and fountain pen ink over them, the movie gals dress their best. I/xiklng over the stands between halves of recent games, fans saw a lot of vagabond hats and high turbans, little muffs, countless plaid | woolens, fur-trimmed dresses and coats (not "many fur coals! and do/ens of the bulky, warm sheepskin Jackets. ' » Ann Kulhei\f<rd, Metro's half- pint brunette, has a lambskin coal, she's bragging about because a Guernsey Island fan sent it to her. She wore it when she drove up with Rand Brooks to the USLA-Washington game. The pile Is at least an inch deep, the creamy wcol just a shade lighter than the beige silk lining, and the coat is collarless, wide-shouldered and almost skirt hem length. With it she wore a brown wool pleated skirt, a taffeta shirtwaist of brcwn and gold plaid fastened with amber studs, and a vaga- . bond hat of bro'.vn suede topped with a long, fuzzy feather. Already dated to lead the rally before the Pomcna-San Diego game (she'll be honor guest of Pomona-student Don icahn, son cf Songwriter Gus Kahn). MUs Rutherford says this is better than going to college. No exams, no eight o'clock classes and all the fur. Another actress who has a sheepskin "without having had to go to scoot for it is Nan Grey. For the Washington game, prepared for nippy weather, she wore a • plaid woolen skirt that matched the lining of her lamb son ct prayer programs were announced by Mrs. I'tuil Galloway, chairman of the committee oil arrangements. Mrs. S. M. Ilodses will lead the morning program and Mrs. G. IIiulslll Bunks the aftcrncon s^on on Nov. 0. Circles meet nest Monday In the omfs of Mrs. Ned Ayres, Mrs. O. Massonglll and Mrs. Kd fil.lppon. week preceding Ihc spite of • re vlvnl services next week. Mrs. Dwlght H. Blnekwood ih'gcu remembrance and attendance upcn Associatlonal Institute of W. M, methods lo be held nl Mixovu on v. 8. The social hciif was in chai(jo Mrs. Hoy nillaid, Mrs. ft. 1.. oycc, Mrs. Cllltai Muslin and ts. A. P. Glnscw. Irs-. I'. 11. Mule Hostess The Hev. L. T. ljuvrencc, pastor f the Presbyterian church, was the peakcr at the meeting of the Aux iary In the licmn of Mrs. P. 1- lale on Monday afternoon whci Mrs. E, S. Chiles was Joint hostess vlth Mrs. Hale. The licv. Mr. lawrencc talkct of tho spiritual bcnent.s to be do rived from an "inner circle" c nembcrs .\Uiolly devoted to prayei Bible study ami personal consecra lion. 1'lans were also discussed to serving Ihc men cf the church a u dinner on next 'IMesdny n!«h looking toward the organl/atlon o a liiolhorho'.d Class In the chnrel 'Ilie Hev. Cobb of Rirrcst City 'chfdulcHl as Hie guest speaker. * » » Attend Agricultural Conference E. H. Burns, county agent; R. \ Schrocder, his assistant; Miss VI Mrs. Hunt drove down to Eiidora, HIM., 'o spend Tuesday nlsht with ler mother, Mrs..S. A. Hughoy. Memphis visitors this week hove en Mrs. Charles Sullenger, Charles illi'iiti'V, Mrs. I'!. A, Tuirord, Mis. II. .loner., Mi,!, (.ieoiiM' Adams, re, Chiu'Ks O'.lpii'an, Miss Marlon rnmi'r, Mi. and Mrs. R, t,\. Hot- icr. Mrs. Herbert fihlppen, Mrs. V. ,1. Driver Jr., Mrs. Andrew lorlila, Mrs. K, W. Motive, Mrs, V. ]•:. Hunt, and Mr, and Mrs. Wward 'lYaford ,lr. Ci. U. Kciirnvii.s Jr., of Utlle Hook, s here this week vlsllliu; ills pnr- nls, Mr. and Mrs. cs. 11. .Sexruvt'fi. Tlvn Hev. li. T, Inwrcnce, pastor if the Presbyterian church, accompanied by tin 1 Hev. OvevliolMT. i'lrsliytcrlan pastor of lllylheville went l.o Texarkann Tuesday morn- Ing lo attend the minimi meetlni? of Hie Arkansas Synod. They will return Friday, Miss 1'atrlcla Anderson of Mo- notte, and Hobert Mill's of Tulsii, Okln,, were guests cf Mrs. K. 8. Chiles and family Tuesday. Anderson Is a niece of Mrs. Chiles while Mr, Dunes Is iv cousin. Mrs. Hem Price of Nashville, Tenn., Is visiting m '>' sister, Mrs. Ada limit') 1 for several weeks. W. A. nick font of St. Petersburg. Fla., is the'jmc'sl o( his brother, (hi! Hev. Ij-sler M. HtekforO, pastor of the Osceola Christian' church, this week. Mrs. Evorcli Held accompanied her mother. Mrs. J. \V. Wrl«ia «r niyllievllle, Is the Baptist hospila Tuesday afternoon for examination mid diagnosis. Mrs. \Vrlidil was iblo to i-eturn home Wednesday ifU'riiuon. Miss Mary Sue Wrlgh ! : , : i iicoompanlcd her inolhi'i'. The Uev. Puul G'alloway was ii Memphis Saturday whore he l>nr farmed Hit.' ceremony for (lie wedding of Miss Helen Ixiiilse Jeflcrleti to Carl EdwinSibcrls, of Okmulijcc, Okla. Girl Falls OH Tiuck' Driven By Father, Dies The "ya-a-a-y-leam!!' Dorrls Bowdou, whose -in,- ya---- _ frock of light grape wool Ls lopped by a jacket of deeper grape shade s with buttonholes piped in the dm* fabric. The draped turban einhamon-brown wool jersey; the poekelbook-mufT b nnnk. W 1 1 bon the right is Mary Healy, whose princess coat of brown leda cloth, "Led up the front, has sleeves and saddle yoke of copper brown sealskin A Iwmm brown wool sports frock is worn with its collar out, The high beret isbottle green felt, feathered in brown. coat. Plaid colors were brciight out by a yellow cashmere sweater, bottle green suede accessories, and a beret-type, feathered felt hat of bright red. : DEANNA WEARS BLUE AND GRAY Another plain-wearer was Deanna Durbin whose fingertip-length gray kiciskin jacket had two patch pock- of arrangements for the dinner were: Mrs. E. R. Reid, Mrs. E. II Stephens, Mrs. T. E. Schooler, and Mrs. Jrma Bandy. * - -r Methodist Society SluilIt'S India Soft musk: played by Mrs. G. Hartsill Banks as members of the Mcthrdist Missionary Society as- glnia Smith, tfllce .secretary; ai Miss Inez Kiticald, home dcnw strallon agent for south Mtssisslpp 'county, were In Wynne ycsterd attending the conference of con ty agricultural ratcnsl'.n servl agents at which farmstead pla ling and planting and community andscaplng were subjects for study, 'lire conference was one of n series of fourteen lo be held In as many cities of the slate beginning asl Tuesday and continuing through Nov. 2. The workers In the northern section of the county including the Blythcvllle office arc grouped with the workers frpm Greene, Lawrence, Randolph, Clay and Craiglicad counties and arc meeting today in Paragould. > • * Have Daughter Born Mr. and Mrs. Dwell A. Dallas arc the parents of a baby daughter born at their home en Pearl Street Monday morning. The baby wclgh- OAnUTHKRSVIUJl. Mr>., Oct. HO.—Funeral services vjerc hold here yoslcrdiiy afternoon nt llic II. 8 Bmllli Funeral Chapel for llllle Mary Sue Duckworth, seven, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Oiickworlh cf near .this city, who vas Instantly killed Wednesday nl. ernoon when run uver by n truck Irlven bv her father, In front, of lie family home. Tlie services wore conducted by the fluv.». 1C. Foster, ami Interment was'in Maple cum ['terv, hen', > The accident occurred wlien tho child fell olf Hie running board of the truck. Mr. Duekwoiih had another passenger In. the lruc.1:, and Ibey did not know Ihc child hai^ been hurt unlil -after they hud driven the truck into the barnyard and saw her lylnx on the r:ud. The attending plyslelan said thai death wits dm- I" n severe .skull fracture. Ilosldcs her piyculs, she leaves two younger sisters. The famous "Pitch Lake" on thw Island of Trinidad is not formed • of pitch. 11 Is a vast, depcsit of asphalt, Grcal quantities aie shipped lo tin; Unllcd States for pav; ing clly filrects, DRIVE TO LEFTY'S SERVICE STATION ARK-MO STATE LINK FOR Gas and Oil NOW MANAfiKlV BY Walter Cox, 1 Jr. and E. M. Murray kidskin jacket had two patch port;- s( , mble(1 bn Monday afternoon and ets, bound in the same material as W(M . C dlsmls ,, cd crc ni etl a W0 rship- her dress-gray and blue woolen.. fn) flt herc for lllfc ,, rogmm on A velveteen hat with a high cnron, .. , , f mvsUc | sm n , u | C1UW1I, k T .. and suede accessories, were in the I c jj n j" ) ' 1 same deep blue. I One of the dressier costumes seen at the Trcjan-Oregoir game was worn by Rosemary Lane, dating with Buddy Wcstmorc who didn't pay much attention to the plays. (That's a steady .romance now, approved by everybcd;' at their studio.) A black wool Irock Mrs. 3. M. Hodges gave the devotional lesson from Phil. 3:G-1G. Mrs. L,. W. Walters, leader, gave a review oC the missionary work in India after which Mrs. B. H. Burns told brief bic graphics of missionaries there. Mrs. C. M. Harwell gave meditations of an outstanding con. shoned the new hip-length waistline, topped with a wide black isuede belt buckled in gold. Over [! it-was'% short, lopae-sleeved jacket [.with a.lfopard v.est, and a fqrward- l-\i"rl-—i + .'.ii™'n wn<f nr nintchinff •'draped fur. turban vert to Christianity. An added feature was the reading by Mrs. Jiiu- mic Owaltney. Mrs. Dill Crlhdeld was added as a new member. Plans for the alUdaj luncheon' meeilng of the Fall sca- . \1 six and one-half pounds has ecu named Mary Gertrude. Mrs. Dallas is the former Grace Lcadi of Wcatherford, Tex., who aught In the Osceola grade school or Die past three years. * * • Mrs. Crihflclil I.rads Program "The Great Commission and W. \f. U. Chief Aims—Tithes and Offerings" was the subject cf the nonthly missionary meeting of the Baptist W. M. U. at the church Monday afternoon In which Mrs. W. P. Hale gave the devotional lesson using scriptures telling cf the sins of covctousncss. Others appearing on the program were Mrs. C. P. Manley, Mrs. Frank Williams, Mrs. E. D. Rose, Miss Cora Hogan. The Rev. Ilarcld 13. Tillman stressed the importance of an Inlenslve visitation program this APPY .... ^^^w^—.——-'—^1'^"n GROCERY & H OUR MARKET Phone 15 109 West Main St. We Deliver PRICES GOODFR1., SAT. AND MON., OCT. 20, 21, 23 LARD (50-lbs. Pure 8-lb. Carton 4-lb. Carton $4.47 78c 39c (SUGAR 100 Lbs. $5.93 25 Lbs. $1.59 10 Lbs. Paper 63c POTftfOES, Red Triumphs, sack SHORTS, Wheat, Gray, sack CHOPS, Yellow, Screened, sack OKIOKS, Ho. One, Spanish, SO-Ib, sack SWEET POTATOES, Ib. 2c; bushel $1.69 $1.49 $1,49 . 98c . 65c | SIUIEUNAGKI, & Mtllo Hock,- Pine BliifT. r ,1'prt :\ V '" ; '" 'Smith' ' -' • •(.!.. ', Corn Meal, 24 pounds 44c Potatoes- peck 3'Zc Corn Flakes, 5 box limit, each .... 5c I I [Steamboat Syrup, pallon 49c jPehick Syrun, gal. 50c; \ gal, 25c [Salad Dressing, qt 22c Osceola ; Society ' I Personal — " Rufus Branch Speaker Rnfus C. Branch of Pecan Point, member of the beard of directors r>f the Federal Reserve Bank and m-ominent agricultural leader, was the guest speaker on a program •manged by E. II. Burns at the weekly luncheon meeting of the Osceola Rotary club, Mr. Branch i:inled out the progress made nl diversification in Ihis section, discussed the cotton loan and 'the government program for 1940. He referred to the organization of the Delta Council at West Memphis recently. H J. Hale, president, presided in tiie business session. Guests were G B Segravcs Jr. of Little Rock, W. A. Bickford of SI, Petersburg. Fla., and Mr. Branch. O. E. S. Mcelri • Sixty members of the Osceola chapter number «5, Order cf Eastern Star, including members of their families enjoyed a "pot-luck" supper in the chapter rooms on Tuesday evening at six-thirty o'clock fpllcwed by a stated meeting to consider some petitions.. Visitors from ths Huffman chapter were Mrs. T. B. Tale cf Armorel Miss Velma Loflin. past matron Mrs. Thompson; Mra. Billic Games present worthy matron and gram Distilling Company ( Incorporutcd, Lawrence- Ltirg, Indiana. ,„ charg , PAVING TAX NOTICE The books arc now open for paving lax assess. . mcnl for-1939 in Districts Nos. Two and Three, and such assessments will become delinquenl ' afler November 30, 1939. Pay hetoic lhal date and avoid penalty and costs. If you did not pay for 193S, please redeem from office of Circuit Court Clerk al once, or llic Districts will he forced to collect .vent .from such delinquent properly. • . . . NOTICE! Tiurn the bcsl nil this winter . . . Cooking, healing..'. . both are accomplished easier and af less cost to- you with RurnsdaU Proilucls. Bnrnsdall Stove and Furnace Oil »"'.' Diesel anei Tractor Ftiel are rccommcndfil by Hie lending Stove, Furnace and Motor manufacturers llicicounlry over. •Order IJarnsdall the next time! Stove andFurnaqe OIL ^ Frank C. Douglass Collector. FLOUR BIG MOON, 24 Ibs; 65c; 48 Ibs, $1.25; Bbl. $5.00 Shibley's Best 24 Ibs. 75c; 48 Ibs. $1.45! Bbl. $5.39 PEACOCK. 24 Ibs. 85c; 48 Ibs. $1.60; Bbl. $6.25 _AU, I'M.OUH IN WOOD lUUUKLS OOc OVER 9B-U5. SACKS—, PET or CARKAT10H MILK 4 small or 2 tall cans 15c MELODY MILK, Guarantee^ 3 tall cans P. & 6. or O.K, SOAP, 7 bars mmm CRACKERS, 2-pwd box M.RIA CRffiRKERS, 2rpound box .: OftBBftGE, Solid Heads, Sack S2; Pound . . : Diesel and FUEL PHONE §g N ^ T BARNSDALL REFINING CORPORATION C. B. WOOD, Jr.-Agent Pork Roast, Picnic Style, Ib 15c Pork Chops, end cuts. Ib '.,.. 19c Bacon, best sugar cured, Ib. ...... 21c Pork Sausage, pure, Ib. Salt Pork, (or boiling, Ib. Salt Meat, best streak-o'lean Ib. lOc Mixed Sausage, pure wholesome 5c Ham Hocks, smoked t'nderized Ib I5c 8ee( Stew, Ib. I 2 ' c Chili, one Ib. brick 20c Cherrits, sour, pitted, can lie I Tomatoes. No. 2 Cans, 2 for Sninacb. No. 24 can, B'ville lOclPancake Flour Tail Sardines, 2 for ISclPost Bran Flakes . Mackerel. 3 cans ZSclGrapenut Flakes Chum Salmon, 2 for .,'..., 25c|Rice Krispies, 2 boxes mffmimim f^f^^mmfmmmammm(mmmmmmm STOVEPIPE or ELBOWS 15c; 2 for 5 GALLON OIL CANS, Heavy Grade M AUOH KEROSENE and CAN JOMS 5 25c; Mops, heavy 35c; Med. Heavy 15c lOc lOc lOc 25c $1.15 25c Florida Oranges, Large, doz. 25c Bananas, yellow fruit, doz 12c Lemons, large size, doz. 20c Grapefruit, pink meat, seedless 7c Apples, for canning, b.usbel 5bc Lettuce, large heads Carrots, bunch Apples, 100 size, deli., 2 for Turnips," on tops, bunch Celery,, large lOc 6c 5c 5c lOc COLD WEATHER CALLS FOR GLOVES AND WE HAVE 'EM A Complete Line Canvass, Jersey, Leather Palm, and Leatner SEARCHLIGHT MATCHES, Cart.of620c;3boxcstOc

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