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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 24, 1939
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER z\, 1939 (ARK.)'COURIER NEWS COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket Will Admit G«o, M. ft Companion Illvdieville —lo Uie— ' HITZ THEATER —io gee— "DANCING C'O-El) 1 Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Ladles' Aid, Temple Israel, meet- Ing with Mrs. eight o'cloelt. , Applcbaum. Mrs. Ben W. Harpole Jr. entertaining ADC Bridge club , in° W »} a ' lU Countr y club meeting vv " h Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. Cotlllfcn club having dance, nine o clock, at American Legion Hut. Mrs. T. K. Mahan entertaining Bi-Mcn(hly Luncheon club Chapter D. p. E. O. sisterhood, meeting 2:30 o'clock at home of Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Mrs. James H. Bell entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. j. cookslon entertaining Thursday lirldge club at Rustic fun Double Four Bridge club meeting «'Hh Mrs. Kd dcok. . Mrs. R. p. Kirstmer having Thursday Luncheon club. Mrs. Tom A. Bradsher entertain- ing.Thursday Dessert club with a luncheon at one o'clock. The Delta Contract club meeting with Mrs. H. A. Taylor. Mrs. B. A. Lyncli entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. Club informal having dance nt Woman's club at nine o'clock. Altar society. Church of the Immaculate Conception, sponsoring •bingo party eight o'clock at Cath- lolic Hall. Little Theater meeting 7:30 o'clock nt city liall. . FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's club having luncheon one o'clock, at club house. Woman's Missionary society, Lake Street Methodist church' meeting 2:30 o'clock at church Mrs. Hugh Whilsitt entertaining Friday Bridge club. yesterday- afternoon when they met nt the church. • • I The personal service report was niadc by Marguerite Grnhnrn before prayer was offered by the new leader, Mrs. W. II. Brneibeny. Vlsl- 1 lors were Betty Joyce Reed and Betty Carolyn Cftldwpll. Mury Louise Ki'eves, who presided over HIP program, .spoke on "Christian Hiuuls" and "If Kvfry- one Realized H Was Time to Tithe." Other talks were ninde by Beverly Jane Hansom who spoke on "Redeem the Time" nnd "Timely Questions", Dora Lee Mil ssionary To Tell Of Work In South India horn subjects were "Let's Take the Clock Apart, Ihe Rice of the Clock" and a poem "Tillies," Irene Rice who discussed "The Hands of Ihe Clock," Belly Cald- •wcl) who lolcl of "The Whirl Works" and Marguerite Graham who talked on "The Little Bc» Who Gave His Best" and the meeting with prayer. * • » Executive Bonril anil Woman's Council Meet. A meeting of the executive boarc of ihe Woman's Council of tlu First Christian church preceded , general meeting at the home o. Mrs. Russell Barliam yesterday nl- teniooii. Mrs. J. C. Ellis, who pvesidei over both meetings, opened tin, board meeting with prayer aft?i which Mrs. ISarliam read the minutes of last meeting and Mrs. W O. Geiirln made the treasurer's report. Mr.s. Edith McCoo! led the dcvo- ional, the theme of which was 'What We Need Mast." Her scrip- liire reading was frotn the letilJi chapter of John. The period was closed with inison. the Lord's prayer HI W. M. V, Circles Meet Members cf the Woman's Missionary Union of the First, Baptist church met in six circles yesterday afternoon at the homes of various members for mission studies and devotional periods. Mrs. Murray Smart taught the mission study for Circle One which met at her home. Sixteen members heard Mrs. Llcyd jStickinon give the devotional. Prayers were offered by Mrs. E. P. Blomeyer and Mrs. Alfred Carpenter; Refreshments were served during the social hour | which followed. Six members of Circle TITO met at the church. Mrs. ivy w. Craw- li'ord gave the devotional from Isniah TaiVd Mrs. Walter Bishop taught the I mission study nnd led in prayer. I . Mrs. Guy Maxwell was hostess to I nine members cf circle Three for which Mrs. Ted King taught the mission study. Prayers were offered by -Mrs. Ben Harrison nnd Mrs. H. L. Reeder. A -social hour followed. Mrs. ptis Shepherd reviewed the mission study bock on "Africa" at the meeting of seven members of Circle Four at the home of Mrs Roy Head. Mrs. R. E. Blaylock gave the devotional from the 27th Psalm after which Mrs. E. B. Woodson nled in prayer. The hostess served refresh ments. ,r Nine members of circle Five met at the home or Mrs. c. E. Edds who taught the mission study. Miss Ccrdelia Wilhite led the' group in prayer before they adjourned for a social hour. Mrs. H. H. Fritzius gave the mission study at the meeling of 11 members of circle Six at the home cf Mrs. Robert Crimes. Mrs. S L Webster led in prayer and sentence prayers were also offered. • * • Has Bible Study The Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian - church met for a Bible study yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Mattie Allen was hostess to Ihe group at Mrs. B. J. Allen's home. Mrs. Allen taught the lessen which was from Genesis. The meet- mo; was opened with a series of prayers. Thirteen members ntlended • • » Have Mission Study Study of the mission study book "Through Tragedy to Triumph''' was continued yesterday afternoon at (he meeling of the Woman's Missionary society of the First Methodist church at the church. Mrs. James Hill, study teacher presented the discussion yesterday Tiie scripture was read by Mrs A C. Haley before the ineetin^ was closed witli the Lord's Prayer in unison. • • » Plan Supper. Plans for a hot tamale supper were mode by members of the intermediate Girls Auxiliary who met e Group reports wore made during :he business session with Mrs. ii. M. Beck reporting for the Shcllon group, Mre. Ellis for the Atluli 3ordon group, Mrs. E. M. Terry for. the Mother Ross division i which has a new member. Mis, Harry Brown, and Mrs. Russell Barham for Ihe Bertha Fuller group'. Roses, zinnias and marigolds were arranged about the Barham homo. The Halloween motif was carried out in the - refreshment plate of "goblin" salad and dccoraled olive sandwiches winch was served with coffee, t • * Complete Plans For Annual Benefit Dinner Plans for the annual benefit dinner lo be given by the Woman's Missionary soclery of Ihe Lnke Street Methodist church Thursday night, 7:30 o'clock, nt the American Legion Hut .were completed yesterday nfterncon in a meeting of the society at the church. It. was reported (lint almost 300 tickets had been sold for the affair. Mrs. George Shamlin was leader of the devotional which c pence) with two songs and prayers by Mrs. W. L. Green and Mrs. A. S. Deenn. Mrs. Shnmlin read from the second chapter of Ephesiaus. Mrs. George Disinger, assisted by Mrs. J. M. Gcad, gave the Bible study on Indin. 'Die 17 members were dismissed prayer. the Bits of Newi Mo4tly llev. E. II. 1'range The Rev. E. II. Prnnge, a young man uho has spent six years as missionary. In South India, will tell of his work 'and experiences Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock nt Ihe Pilgrim Lutheran chinch, Sixth and Walnut Streets. The missionary will supplement Ills leclure witli motion pictures describing the misskuary activities of the Lutheran Church in India, The public is cordially invited lo hear, the Rev. H. J. Klctmllcmt pastor, said. -A unlive of Arkansas, having been Ijani at Crockett's muff, east of Stuttgart, the Rev. Mr. I'range studied for (he ministry nt St. Jclm's College, Winfield, Kan., and nt Conccordia Theological Seminary, St.'Louis, Mo. Upon his graduation from (he latter scluol in 1031 lie received a call into the foreign missionary service of the Lutheran church, in order lo further prepare himself for 'the w:rk In India he spent a year in specialized studies at the University of hicago. After being commissioned as missionary to India in his home clnirch, (he young missionary spent some time at Vallioor, nnd later nt Vadakahgulnm, where he supervised a boys' boarding school and also preached regularly in several mis- sicn stations. - ' During liis furlough in this country the Rev. Mr. Prnnge is residing with his parents near Alexander, Ark. Shortly after his return from India he took up post graduate work the beginning of this year at Ccncordia Theological Seminary. Upon completion of ills' lecture Clarence Webb has none t,, j>] c( i.. num. Mo., to accept a position with the United States Engineers. Mrs. John M. Vemle.s has returned from a two weeks' vacation sixml in Uloomlngton. hid., with her parents. While away, she also visited In Uccntur where she loinicrly lived, In Indlannp:lLs, and clumi- palen where she attended the football game Illinois mid Indiana Universities. She is u K rad • unto of the University of liullnim Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shane ami Mr. and Mrs. Chris Shnne, of 1'ara- gould, were (he Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil shnnn anil daughter. Mr. and Mrs, Roy n . Skaller, of Memiihls. spent the weekend here with their son, Dr. Mnja 1, Sknller and Mrs. Skaller. They have just returned from n vacation In IAS Angeles and oilier points of the west. Frank L. Webb has gone to Mcnosha hunting club to .spend the winter as game warden, Mrs. T. R Tale and Mrs. Tom W. Jackson liave gone lo Lltlle Rock to attend nn executive board meeting or (he slate Woman's Mls- slcnnry Union of Baptist churches Mr. and Mrs. J. Nonls Moon and their houscgucsls, Mr. nnd Mrs l>- C. Slielton, of Ceiilraltn, III,, spent Sunday in Tuckcrinnn as guests of Mrs. Moon and Mrs. Shel- Un's mother, Mrs. J. p. Gulltncr ( and Mr. aiitilner. i !'. C. Meyer spent the weekend 1" Bentoii, ill., with his parents Mrs. Kd Williams and Mrs. O. E iMoorc spent yesterday nftevnoon In Wilson, Mrs. W. L. Smith, Mrs. Arthur Morrtscn, Mrs. W. B. McPnrlnnd and Mr. and Mrs. James Smith and son, Billy, of Lilbourn., Mo., spent Sunday In Memphis with Mr. Smltli who underwent, a spinal opurnllon at the Baptist hospital there Friday He is resting very well. Mrs. D. C. McLean Is recovering from an Illness which has conlined her lo her home since Sunday. Harry Patton of Greenwood, Miss, attended to business here for a short time today. Contrast 'Pioneer' Women's Life With Those Of Present Temple Israel Sunday School Elects Officers The. student-body of the Sunday school of Temple Israel has elected the following officers for this season: Flora Jnnc Borowsky, of Manila. president; Alvln Kroll, of Ca- nithersvllle, vice president; Maurice Kantor, of Caruthersvlllc secretary; Biberln Plorman, of lilythe- der; Carolyn Betty ille, -, ---..^.n.^ji ui tun icuiiin; tii~ • "«*•! i^idUiiici t waruiyll HcLLv jagement in Arkansas he plans to, Borowsky, ot Manila, treasurer continue his graduate studies at the Irma Sue Kohn, of llnytl, sergeanl- wo me yesterday afternoon at the home At The Hospitals Walls. Hospital Woodrow Henry, Manila, admit- d. • Mrs. A. I. Andrews, city, admitted. Mrs. Earl ^feac^cws, city, admitted Bessie Hcinphill, oosnell, admit- ted. ted. Aluert Brailey Pylnnd, city, dismissed. Larry Isaacs, Manila, dismissed. Blydicville Hospital Marvin Oxford, city, admitted. Eltncr Goocfi, Leaclwille, admitted. H. Y. Smith, city, dismissed. J. C. Hulel-t, Stecle, dismissixl. Audie Williamson, city, dismissed. David Orgcl, Caruthersville, dismissed. Helen Wherley, Piggott, dismissed. Mrs. E. A. Browning, city, dismissed. Mariaim McDonnell, city dh- missed. illenipliis Melhodisl Hospital Born to >\!r. and Mrs. EnrI Coppage, Cnruthersville, a son. Memphis Baptist Hospital J. N. Yotmg, Osceola, admitted Joe McKay, Wils-.n, admitted Martha Jane Wilmoth, Etowah «dmit(ed. :.-...... Peacock fcatliers arc considered unlucky. ' SI. Louis schocl before returning to India sometime next year. Little Rock Men To Speak At Temple Israel Speakers from Little Rock will tnlk at Temple Isrnel, Sunday afternoon, three o'clock. The announcement was made by I. Miller of the congregation, who has not ns yet been informed' 'who the speaker.; are and what their topics will be. Everyone is urged to nt- tend, lie said. Following the meeting, u spaghetti supper will he held at G o'clock in the American Legion Hul, sponsored by the members of the Lndies' Aid. , . is said that 9 out cf -10 steel executives started at the bottom and rose to Ihe top of the ladder beginning i u the with 3 out of mills. . , —• *»,'J *>, -ii.lgciult- of-anns, and Colcmnu Bcrowsky of Manila, monitor. Teachers of, the five classes arc' Mrs. Hcrmnii' Pollack, Lloyd Plor- man, Mrs. Abe Nickel, of Osceola and Rabbi Herman Pollack. {Students to be 'confirmed this ypar arc: frvin Coojicrninn, of Ca- rUthcrsvillc; Roberta. Plorman, of Blythevlllc; Alvln Krcll, of Cnnilli- ersville; and Prances Livcrant of Luxora. A British nrmy surgeon wrote "Yankee Doodle," which wns used as a marching song by the colonists during the Revolutionary War, WHY For quick relief from cold symptoms suffer from Coltls? lake. 66(1 666 • Tablets ... Salve - Nose Dropi NO WONDER of the counsellor Weslbrook'. The supper will be given Thursday nigfit, 7:30 o'clock, tit the Weslbrook home. Prayer, led by Miss Lo l)ise R ( cc , opened the meetingr. Miss Blossom Graham made the personal service report before the meeting was dismissed wllh prayer by Miss lone Muery. Miss Vera Noivell is a new member of the group * • * Have Program Mcetinp. . Members of the Junior Girls,,, , , Auxiliary of the First Baptist ifoVo. church had a program meeting TME FOR MALARIA Get Relief From Chills an d Fever! Don't put up with terrible Malaria. n wracki "« chilli X, and fever. At first sign of the dread discaip take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic' A real Malaria medicine. Made especially for the purpose. Contain, tasteless quinidine and iron Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic ac tuoll* combats Malaria infect on in •\f,<4 l7n.l!Ki..__ II . V *' Ji ' Don t suffer and suffer. At &f, l ari ? f flr ^.,, s 'S». lake Groves TfoV os Buv .hi wi' C ' • Al a » 1™g- ALL OTHER LIGHT- DUTY TRUCKS No other lowest-priced truck can match a CMC for fast acceleration, hill climbing, or gas economy. Yet CMC prices ar« right down with the lowettl Time po/mtnlJ through our own YMAC Han al lowsil arcilob/* rales CMC Glvlt You "BIG-TRUCK" FEATURES AI "SMAll-TRUCK" FBICIS • lunt-mit INOIXK • TOP.SUE FACIOHV- Binir eooiis • GtEAIER SSAKINO TRANSMISSIONS ARC* • Alt-Slid CA1S • CUSHION DISC CIU1CH LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. 305 E. Main St. Phone 329 CMC TRUCKS TRAILERS •DIESELS Pioneer women ot niyuicvlllo were Iionoied by (lie mislnncss nnd Pi'ofcssltmni Wonitin's club nt a bitnnuet given nl (he Hold Ncble insl niijiii when u prourmn of renilnlsawes by'scvcrul long lime residents of tins section wns presented ,„ conncctloij with n speech cu (lie "Women ol Tculuy" Blven by M| SS oiura nuule. Mrs O- C. Holder presided. A miniature covered wngon drtiwn i>V oxrn and iv .strenmllnwl I ruin were m -m m \ nl , n( , S |)e n!t( , rs . table us 11 comparison between Die old iliul me new. The prlninl pro- grnin tore n,e sllhcuetle of «n old rnslilonwl liidy. nuhlin.s, /Innliis «»d luiunnn leuve.s conijilclwl the tnble di'i'orallon.s. Mrs. c. H.'Ci'to'i' Sr, (old tlie club .about i| U! ,,„,.,„ j,,,,, ' inivcl in (|,| S section, dcst-rlblnx m IWMIcular Hie eleht li:ur irm from licic to Oscooln. .she told of IK- iiciBliboi'llncss of the ijponle tlii-oiiBliciil the pcrioii Bmt ,, Joh ,{;; t \ out Unit, ntlciHlliig I'luircb wns one of the major \soclnl m-tlvitlcs The [•xiicrlcnccs nnd trlbiiliitions of n teacher cliirlng the early duys of !ilyii,ev[lle were de.sci'lbed liy Mis. R. i^_ HurOlu nfter whlcli Miss Kubic uuidfl ln-r tnik. Piclures ct lllytlievlllc In 1U02 belonging lo Mrs. Joe isnncs wore exhibited by Mi's. J. i,. Newsom. Miislciil uiun- bers on ii, c ni'o B m ln were «lven by Mrs Hiinispy nunain who plnveil n piano solo of "in the Sweet'ny n"d ny and'Mrs. I'. E. p ;x XV ho plnyotl "II Trovutoro." Mr.s. Mnrllm i m \ K wns pi PS( .|,[ C] j nn ornament tor Imvlmj lived hert' longer than anyone else present nl insl nlBlifs meet Ing. Mrs Duticiin was presented n taucmct of dfthllus lu n contest. Gucsls were: Mrs. Mnrlha bane Mrs. CiillliMii Stnrkcy, Mrs, Mnltii' Mcnl Mrs. s. P. Mam,,, Mfs . E)mn Aiclillllnn. Mrs. w . n. myenns, Mrs. see, Imve n secret. They know they Bi'o llio rtrlvliig power of men whelhcr H be j n tiic affairs of hcmo, or office or of stnto, Tlml soi-rct is tlio miiliisprliig- of their ' "Tlic ivouicii uf America nrc to- <!ny I'lillKlileued and IntoresKimtj llicDisplvus nienlnily nnd physically become Ilii'y know tlmt only wlicn llK'V art! HI oicir ); cs t can their best lj,> ncccmplblicd as I said before—for good or evil. As much us l should like lo I cannot yet make us out n s n ,-;«• m u Me ( (ll Boils. We still have n wonderful ronil of progress before us." Ml.^- Ruble then described the women of kday who nrc iniiklni! history Mich as Klnra Hitler, molhor of Ocniuiny's illtler, a prlnuiry iiiflii"iiec In his life, iiml (he mother cf Mussolini, whose paniperlMg cf lii'u iirotaUly rcsiilteil in his rW.'kinn fiiilditufa, now from women ninliily Ills dniiKlitci', Kddti, whose lullueiKe u'li), money nnd power iiml education to aid her Is yol lo lie fell. The sneaker also told O r Mrs, M'vllli! Chiunboilaln, poliulnv mil Unit It Ls ut'iinrnlly conceded Una Mr. and Mrs. Neville Clunuberlftln toptlHT tompusis lirlluln's prime mliiLsli-r. I'.'lcnnor itoosovcll, Ilic spcakei- said, Is u lypluil Amerlcnn wiiiinn with n home, a family anil n business, yet with it nil she Ims time lo be one ol the ~"~ clous of the flr.,1 indies of Francis Perkins, Helen Itnyos Nonna Shearer,., Anne Morrow Lindbergh n,,^ , )lnlly oth crs ate ftlso successful womon of lodav Hie speaker snld. In concluding, Miss 'Ruble snW' There is someone Just nriund the corner from you who has iought oif itefenl of her own peculiar clr- ciiinslancc's nnd risen to wcrk ami serve inio smllo, She is just as Brent us nny of those I have incn- (.'oming in I''HI., NOV. Ii Vuur In^l c b a n n o this yi-ur fu i-njuy a Imalride ai'ul dunra nn fhs river. LAST KXCIMK10N THIS' YBAii ''Women of tcday have not chan'z- ca fundament*)!/. They are Jlke' the lalnbow-colorful, capricious n - Stl ' 1 - nf,-- slc P rom of life mid hope t> the world, An nore of prouna co-)W3 n MO f,(ir ••>->, ^^^^^"^ For over 40 years I've been relieving HEADACHES- f must be i Tli«uan<!« of nutftrcri fo> IU ItiL forty years Jiayc uafd oie'to ri'lkvc licadqchea nnil oilier aclxi cucli at ncurnltffo atn] muscular Mhf». Tlw value me hluhiy fc. I caiuc 1 uulckly ulhy j.oln, luolb, llrnu ivmt. ami brine ri'hxti. • (fan. So / must Lo vooj. I CCJE« U life, SOc, r ' "* Mi's. U. A. Bugs, M 'r s . c. E. Cr'ijger 4>i., Mrs.. Ramsey Dmiciiii, Mrs W T. Obcrsl, Miss sara Jo Lltllc ami Miss Virginia uuic. Before <li»ciissli)ff Iho women of today, Miss RuWa ln )lcl . (n , k iiiciitloned rirst some of yesterday's women who- paved the wny foi present day women, pnvcd the wny for good or evil for she snld llml behind every great move-go^! o cyll—tlicre is a woman. Miss Ruble wild: "Women, you IF THROAT IS SORE IFA COLD lias given yoii a ^miserable sore throat, Ji^rc's how to relieve tin suffering. op THIS NOW-Mclt a small lump ot VapoRub on your tongue and feel the comforting medication slowly trickle down your throat- Milling the irricated mcmuranra —bringing blessed relief where you wnnt it, when you want'it. 00 THIS TONtCHr- Ruh throat, c icst wild VapoRub. Its long continued poullicc-ancl-v.-ipor action loosens phlegm, relieves irritation cases i:oiigh- •" — ~ - - ing, invites healing sleep. CAU AHEAD FOR RESERVATIONS by Long Distance ...AND CALL BACK HOME TO SAY YOU'RE SAFE Here's how cheap Long Distance rates are from (from) BI.YTUKVIM-B TO ... nay Nil SI. Louis, Mo. ..SOc RDc . Rock, Ark. Soc 5 Memphis, Tenn. -lOc 3 Ih««e or« t!oilon-lo-i1oll«n ratt i Nighl teltt alto apply oJf day Sunday REAL COFFEE —1. — ALWAYS FRESH BUY A PKG. TODAY STANDING GUARD Against the Hazard of Fire This is just one of (la- dulits O f a 'modern city's wufci- .system ... to provide !in udw(uiitc stipuly of water rently (il »ny moment nf tlip tiny or nifflil for lire emergencies. Deep artcsiini wells from which we obtain your water supply produce such an ahundiincc of wnter that thi^ city ticed never fern- n shoi'taRe during a 'lire.emergency. BLYTHEVILLE WATER CO. Bcrnnrd Allen, l\rsr, "Wnter Is Ymir Obrnpfst Uommntllty" • ' • ' U Farming Is a Year-Round SOUTHWESTERN B£U TEIEPHOME CO. . ,• Plowing, ptoniinjr, fcHilr/inK, ciilUvriUnjr.ihm'vcstjng, mrir-' kcliiiR. These. ;trc;n few, of'',U!c : sca.soij4o-setison. oi)ci-a- Lions thai claim-the time ami nltcntinn of farmers in the Rlylhcville lerritoi-y. ' i i :'. i , - In order lo moot the ycar-Voiind hanking! needs created hy such it variety of acliviliofi, '(hd First National has developed carefully planned banking services. You arc invited to use' any of them that meet your individual rc - (juiremenls. We .suggest, however, (hat at this time of ; ; year, you will find our checking nccoiinf; facilities most useful. Then, too, while you arc enjoying the- lime-saying convenience of this service you will be' building np « banking connection that will place you in- n favorabl-3 position when you are in need of credit to meet crop production or other expenses. You are entitled lo the full benefit of the complete fadl- lies of the First National. Make YOUR plans now to take advantage of them by opening your account at your earliest convenience. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN BLYTHEVILLE <Drhe On 'y National Bank in Mississippi County" MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

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