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?AGE TWU BLYTgEVIULiB, (AKK.) COURIER NEWS 106 Attend Monthly Sunday School Event COURIER NEW COHFLIMKA'TARV TICKET This Ticket \V11I Admit Hisc Moore &. —to lue- B1TZ THEATEB —to ***»• CO-f.P" Social Calendar THURSDAY'S RVFNTS Mts •)"•} CgoKston entertaining Thursday Bridge club at Kusllc Inn Double Four Bridge club meeting with ifr? Ed,Qcoi: Mrs B F Klrshner having Thursday Luncheon club ' Mrs Tom A Bratfsher entertain ing 'Jhin^ctsy QassoH club with a luncheon at one o'clock. The Delta Contract club meeting with Mrs H A Ta>lor Mrs B ft Lynch onlaiti'nlns Mid-Week Bridge club Qlub Informal having dance ai W mans club at- »im? o'clock Altar socfetj, (/hurch ol the 1m- iriacul3lE concepticn, sooiisorlin bingo patty eisht o'clpik at Cath oho HaJl Little Theater meeting 7 30 o clock at citj hall FRIDAYS EVENTS Woman's club having luncheon one o'clock, at club house Woman's Missionary socletj, Lake Stieet Metl\ad!st church meetin" 2 30 o clock at chuich Mrs flush WhitsHt e.ntertaiumg Friday Bridge club FLAPPER FANNY Kntertaln!i Mrs G \V uillahurrty enlcrhin cd mcmbWof-thc Beta Chi Sun- daj schoQl clu,s ot the nrtt Fres- bjterlan chinch v>HIi a chieKvii dinner last nl^ht at her hon\c Pumpkin JacK o lanterns, \\ere Vied ab'ut the house for riccou- tlons iPlans: were inado rfor the class's Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets Tvienty"uiBmbeis attended • • » Local Gir( Join.^ Club Miss Betty Fberdt, who Is ft sophomore at HonijlrN college, C m\n\ his been nanicd, pledge' o( la \endredt rrancals. French club On Saturday nfclit the dub will give a, dinner In nqnor o( the new p!eri|«s at its Initial meeting ot tl\c jeai , Miss Efcerdt, daughter of Mr and yiis ous Eaerrtt Is nis a njember ot tho Hundflx Chorlstoi^, o! Theta Mil sochl sororitj and of tho Hen, <IrL\ Chrlstmi\ association i * • ' Arc CUicsU.of <?lub Mrs James Teiry ami Mrs Geoige M ^foWQll cf Washington D (?," {lonseguest of ( Jtidge and MIA G E Keck, were guest? o( Miss Ruth Butt, jeateida} aftei poon \vhey she entertained meii- Looks Like y Suit- But It's Caruthersvillc Club . Hears Talk By Sudbury OARUTHEftSVlLIjE, y 0 ., Oct. 25 —Thc newly organized Klwanis Club cf .CnriifheiKvflle. mccllns in rcgu-- lav weekly dhihcr ''sessionat;-.'tiie' Baptist Church annex last iilglil, heard J, CJrnhain Sudljury, Blyllic- vll/e, Ark., ncwsnaner editor- aiid attorney, deliver (ho'principal lalK 'ot tlia evening and cxlen:! an luvi,. latlon to club members to join Blythevllte Ktwanlaii'a In. a ladle? night. Hallowe'en party ul Blythe- rfl!c t,: night. l.onnle '. Stund.loy,, of (?ikcBtqn, lieutenant governor of the MCH Kan-Ark dhtrict of Klwanis Inlci> national, and L, 3. Benlsh, secretary treasurer <f the Blythevllle club, also were -guests of the local club. President Walter rienard announced the personnel of club conjV- mlttees. Bob Mchrle, as,- committee chairman, was hi cliSrgc. cf tlie i pro™mm. ' Down Memory One hummed and ${$ cui!ws,ia$t- lo officers from the, eight, denail- rncnfs OJ Ihe- Virsi,'Baptist Sunday £dio:l met last night hi monthly assembly. TIio social rpoiiij qf llie church were elaborately decorated in foliage in keeping with the Halloween season. The'group was seated by departments around tables decorated to portray the Individual department .spirit, pinner, was sieved by"lhe primary dcjiiti'ltncnl officers under the leadership o[ Mis. Jake- Huffman. Central Sunei'intendQnt W. i,. ilarku Jr,, ccndiiclcd tho business ;cff,lon. Hoy 1'ortcr, asspclato sup- irlnleudcrtl led In receiving re- portr, of last months visitation rtiidi rcvcalcrt (102 calls upon no- jcntees, urospccls and sick members, 02 visitors In the school Itisl month antf n new members per Jimlay with an average • attend* a»co of 4TC. fl'hc November' enlargement pro- jrnm was uillined with a'goal of 600 set for- the second; Sunday in ijccemher. Tho meeting was closed with a brief devotional led by tlic,' pastor pointing lowiircl the yonlli revival that starts Sunday." Chester Swor of Clinton, Miss., will wd thc revival. •Head Ccurler NeWuant ads. bnc ines lo ncl like net- si§t,^y, inslc.qrj of her m.oAlicr," "Yeah, but you know which one skips rope for fiiii and which for'exercise."' era. of, the Tuesday Afternoon prevented her meeting with the club. • • ; Group toe four months, presided Refreshments were, sorted at (ho ;over the business session. I'lans oncluslqn of Hie games In; which • were-made to remove dead trees Mrs. Powell \vus high scorer, ami Irom the cemetery.iind oilier nni- Mis. Ellis Snipes, second high. une uusincis was taken un. Cluss lilccls Officers Mis? 'Josephine Shlbloy was elected president, of the n year eld class of the First, Baptist -•htirah last nlgljt when Miss Miuy Jean AflHck entertained the group v>ith a supper party at licr home. Other officers chosen were: Miss Lynotte Tuclter, Vice president; Miss Jimnice Walpole, secrotary- treasurcr; Miss Marian Caldwell, ,c>al chairman. A Halloween luolif was, carried out in the decorations in the ((creation room where Ihc guests were served chi.U and Ice creuin, sandwiches. Ping pong and Chi,-! Ucso checb-eis weie plijed follow;-. Ing siippci Kip B L Wadp Jr., is teacher oj tlic class ^• Bits of News Jllqstly Personal! T. Fred Child, accompanied b,v tomorrow to attend be conducted Ihero .ssive Thursdays. His <lut) I'urtj- AU^> t'lojd Stickmon hjtd ^ par- tj sesteiday adeinoon at hci lioiiic <cr members of tl\c Tuesday club ind four guests, Mrs. W. D. Mc- Clitrkln, Mts, cUcstcv Ctddwelt, >!is Matt Moiinghaii niul Mrs, pusscll Tiirr. Oaiden flowers were arranged about the rooms wher.e bridge, was played. Among the club members, JJrs. W. o. Hlggtnson was high icorer and Mrs. Doyle - Henderson, iccond Tlifl high, .guest prize went Q Mri Perr; A combination salad uml dessert, pl.ate was served at tlie conclusion i the games. *• * - • la Hostess T.O. Club Rosca mxd gladioli, (le^oraletl Hie homo of Mrs. B. P. Poltcr last .light whuii she. cn,ter.tulnpd IIIQIH- ^is of tho Tuosrtfty Contract club with a party at hov home. Bp^Hleq "Uio rAcuujers. gucots were Mrs. Richard Dickinson, Mis, Clarence H. Wilson slid, Mrs. M. c. Hollis of Pino Bhilt, housegucst o( Mrs. A. G. nnll. A dessert,, omico ot puwukin pic and coileo was'served':>t Ihc couclu ion. of tho brldsjn games. Mrs PoUcr was high scorer, Mrs, Hall, second high, and the guc;,V prii'c went to Mis. Hollis. I'cmrlcry Urnup Meets. Thirteen members of the Mnplr ansas Slntc ccllego at Jonesboro, will spend the weekend here with his parents, Mr. mid Mrs. Ir:i Gray. , Mr. iiml Mrs. Curl Dill 1 ! Kid I son. Carl Jr., Miv Mnigueille Silaz, MJsa Medrith Hancock and Miss Amy Bnlley spent Siinduy in Memphis. Dr. J. E. Scasley has relumed from Port Myers, Fla., where he ivenl Thursday lo be with hi-f molher, Mis, T. O. Boaslfy, who is U! there. She Is much improve;!. Mrs. J. E. Iteaslcy met him In Memphis livst night. Miss Jessie Louise Miller is spending today in Memphis. Mrs. Vernou Thomassou. of CPIH Inilla, 1)1., Is spending savcral days here/with her -parents and friends, jshe plans to return Suiiday. Mrs. Leslie H:oper, Miss Lois Hooper, Oraham Wright. Miss Stira Jo Little, M.IKS Vlrgini.-i Little and Miss Margarel, .Shaver were amonv the Blytheville people in Memnhis last iilgljt for the Droiip Theater production rf "Oolden Coy" at Ellis auditorium. At The Hospitals Washington: A Jijry foi'cuian In, loncd Ihc word " guilty" liito the cars of Albci'l B. Fall, secretary of the interiir In the Harding cabi^ net. He was accused of iicceptihg a bribe of $100,000. from Edward C. Dohchy for the lease of Ihc Elk Hill naval reserve. . ~ r , Mr. and Mrs. T. o. Seal spent Thursday In Memphis. . . . Mrs. Jti. v. biay o t MemphL's has been Ihe guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Vtelor Bray f:r a few days. ... ,: Nobie rcliU'ned yesterday from lloxr It; where he spent l,\o weeis on business. . . . Mr. and Mvs. Fred Schatz of, Helena spent, last, night hero with Mr. and Mrs. A. Qaiway. . . . C. H. Win.dt of i't. Wayne, Ind,, arrived Ih.is inorning fcr two clays visit with Mr. ni\d Mrs. A. Conway. Vive>, Vcars Ago M.iss Betty McCntchc.n, daughter of Mr. and, Mrs. O. W.: McDutchen. has been elected football c\uecn of the city high school Ihis-year. Ccngicssmnn \v. j. , Djlycr. ol Osceom, gave an account ot the Mississippi county played In. War Between the Stales- at presentation ot thc boulder at Malian park this morning. Judge Zal B. Harrison accepted tlic in.crayci.aii presented by Mrs James B Claris' One Year Ago Maiden Mo —Protests against the wa 0 t and hom !\w resulted today fin tier Closing of Uio Reid Shut compinj cf this city tlnowirig 300 ( ople out of work TOO. TO CLASSIFY Bird dog pup. Owner may have , h|n\ by paying fo,i,-- keep, and cost at ad. Mrs. Rube- Bwill, Rl,;l, Box ,ti. Blytheville, Ark. " '25-pk-M 1'iir Suic "1'eap for quick sale; one tat-.ce Coleman Oil Circulator 1 and one Modern- Cjasollne Range. Terms. Phone 322,' 800 '\V. Ash, 25ck23 Tcir Hcitl '2 room modern furnished ttpnrl- ment. Mrs. Tasclmer, 1001 W Ash. . ~ 25-ck-lf Sivedish People to , Extra Cup of Coffee . WASHINGTON (up> — Ainone tli.o, casi.mU)e,v of l|ie \vni- can lie listed Ihe c,o!.fce drinking habit u( , Sweden's clli;;rns. According, t: reports from Ihc I American. •• commercial tittsicne ;it Slockhobn, Swedish .citizens, whose averaee consiinuillon *o( coffee h.as been In the neighborhood of V-10 cups per year, will find that I'ljure will be sharply reduced by import prohibitions recently applied by Ihc Swedish, government. t Clear Cold-Chgged Heat) Ibis Quick Way Clear that tormenting 1 stuffiness— breathe more freely! Just a few drops of Vicks ' Va-tro-nol —that's what you need. Feel it go.right to work —bring real comfort. This treatment is successful bcomse Va-tro-nol. is ;aclKe medication—containing sev- iral essciitiol relief-givina agents plus ,ephedrine—expressly designed fot ,-nose and • upper i"l!iio3t. Next rime -cloji't wait for a !cold to get a lieiKt stdri Used at first' sniffle or Sneeze, Vi tro nol helps, ikecp a cold from „_ ___ „ . 'de&tfing ; VA-7SO-NOL HAKE U/ YOUR NOSE V8CKS — Georgia la this larawt ^tatc cajl, o! the ^lississlppi river. l.a'vcrsnp. Smith, U'.-icliville. ad- millcct. . - Wooilrcw Henry, Manila, dismiss' cd. Wesley .Jloscrs, Carulnnsvlllo, ad- mitlcd. ^Iej»(ili(s McthoilKsl ll'f;j()iUi) Mvs. J. 71. Smith, Stcule, ndinH- hoinp of her daughter, Mrs, ssnn- ucl p. Nonis. Mrs.!'W. M, Ctnwe, who recently xonrcd fKnii an illness wlncn Horn lo Mr. and Mr::. Nuthiin Wcinbrrg. Osce:l3. » dnuglilcr. Rcsd Ccurlcr News \y/ Women: To Relieve -i i s i // \\/ : f ui!d-Up Way Those ans A weak, nui-down. undenioiiruh-' cd condition calls lor attsmion! : Eueh a contlition often eiviWci, fuiicliciial dysmctiorrbca to get it; foothold. That's one thing which kads to much ol women's fifiec- tiig fioiii headaches, iiervousneiLs, these cramivlits paius. <\ gcod way to relieve such rwhis. wcinra by thousnnds have, found, is .by 1 proiicr use of CARDUI. It stimulates 11 lugging apnetit-:, nssists di- Rfsliotv and as-i'mllalion; thus Itcli'.s build physics! resistance io i pericdio pain. Taken just before 1 and during '-(ho time." many <xv, «en al?o report that CARDUI Ips^ sena Die pain and discomfort of Ihc period. ETHELETTE TOCHER, socially prominent daughter o( Mrs WUherbec Dla'ck, ^eav^ one o£ the smartest onc-piete casual day dretses of (he reason Of wool jersey, with bodice ill light Bray an.d ^tiadied skirt in darkei, Cured \Vithoul Surgery, and Guaranteed i > , «mf at the \vaistlitfp, has moderately squared shoulders and a fill) P-VV...1 r V—( DRS.3NIES APPY IRO.& H OUR WRT. lEverything for your entertainment and comfort. • Witch Society Page Of Courier New Fn Free Show Guest* Weds, - Tliurs. 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ALL AliOVB KOH 'DllS OM-: I'KICE. tttl by S SYLVAN 8IMON y UDOAR SELWYN Mli & Walnut I'himc Slu WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1939 7/pme Furnishings Moderately Priced _ quality tapestry 2 pc Velvet Suites 539,75, $48.58 up l.-AU-OVER" ClftCULATlKG HEAT Weds. - Thurl 2 iulmillcrt (or lljc price of 1 6ai! a Messenger with Alary Carlisle, f.arry Crabbe, "Dead fnd Kids'' K "Little Tough Uiiys." bu wlccled rsji HRHin-ur n\ RADIftHT HEAT^j Armstrong's Floor Coverings EHIOY THESE FEATUUES- ^r level, Uniform Heat Output ^-Automatic F"^' Control 7T Automatic Draft Control •k HEATPLCAV Supcr-Circuf stion •jtHcar Fins That Boost Air Flow X- Silent, Economical Operation -fa Heat Reflector Doors < •fc Beautiful Design, with Flame Window Design Jewel ns Teiuiiurnturi.'Sr-rlU'ats Move NO FANS!—No Electricity!—No Movins Parts!—yet the F'ORCE which sends 'billowing volumes of wariu air out »f (he Colcnuih and through your rooms will aii.tanc you.! CJnlcnian's "Forcc.tl" Warm Aii: n ft. Wide QuuUci- l>er ft. ...',12 ft. \Vid& Stantlavd per ft ..Also in fa'x'J ft. widths QUAKER per Si|. Yd STANDARD ]>er Sq. Yd.. COMPARE THESE PRICKS WITH OTHER CASH AND CARRY PRICES 9x12 Quaker Rugs $6.75 12x12 Quaker Rugs ; $10.75 12x15 Quaker Rugs $13,75 Rugs 1 .,..,...; $10.95 BUV VOdR I'.UGS and COVERINGS FKOSI THE STQitE THAT SELLS MOKt; AK5L- S'i'KON'G'S PRODUCTS THAN' ANY QTHEK STOKE IN ARKANSAS. 12x15 Standard R.ugs. $9.9S 9x12 Light Weight Rugs .' $3.45 No. 18 Sheet Iron Heater ........ Sl. d v lO-M Shcft Iron Healer' ..... '-5I. No. aa yiitel Iron Heatt'i' ....... iS't. No. 21t2G Stieet Iron Heater ...... !J2. IV 2,'l«-2:l Arctic Cast-Dwr *• Top ?(i, No, 22 Conifovl Combination. Heater . . , ---- ,,.«.,....;." ..... 819. All Cast Caunoji Healers S7.95 lo j>22. No. I SB Cole's Genuine Hot JJlfist S2;{. All Cast Ranges . .' .'.' ..... S29.75-S;fi. full, rorcelitin, Special ;... ...... S3!>. 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