The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1939 · Page 8
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October 27, 1939

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1939'. Gosnell Farm Home Mr., Mrs. W. D. Hawkins Construct.. House With Minimum Expenditure Having just a small amount of money nnd needing a large house did not prevent Mr. and Mrs. W. D. 'JHawklns; of near Gosnel), from lealirlng their life-long ambition— that of. having a home on Iheir own farm. At a cost of less Ulan $COO tliey have constructed a six room faun house which is neat In nppcnrance and durable. ' It wasn't simple to build 'foui Inrge rooms and two smaller ones for n few liimdml dollars but In its unpalntcd stage, the house and all labor cost only $425. Lew cost but good material wn.i used, most of which was cypress costing $20 per thousand feet. Over this was placed drop siding, which was painted. Mrs.-Hawkins painted the doors, inside woodwork, floors of nil the rooms and the jiorch nnd also papered several of the rooms to Eave expense Jn labor. Four rooms are finished very neatly as these are used HS living room, kitchen nnd two bedrooms frlille the. two smaller rooms are used for general storage nnd a pantry for canned fruits nnd vegetables. Ill nt the time the house was being built, Mr. Hawkins has recently gone to the tuberculosis sanitarium nt Boojieville. Happy that he could leave his wife nnd three children in n home of their own, he is looking forward to the .•time lie can return home. red morocco dispatch cases broucut In mid out >)y special messenger Jrom Whitehall. ' The king nnd queen meet only nt lliolr simple meals. While Die king works In Ills study, the queen ins begun to fulfill her wartime engagements of visits to hospitals, AHP centers find nursing organ- isations. War meant new engagement books for the king and O.DWII, Social events were cancelled. The great household at Blnklnghnin Palace was put on a wartime basts. The king and queen obey (lie Buckingham Palace ARP wardi'ii.s' Instructions during air raid warnings, and' go with tlielr' servants to the pnlnce shelters. The home of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hnwklns, of near Gosnell, erected n cost of $COO. Corbttt, Dorothy largcnt, Helen | morning at Hie Southeast Edwards and Maxlne Daird, » • » Mcllli: McMlim Circle Metis Mrs. Earl Long was hostess to the Motile McMlnn Circle of the ISnplist cliiii'cli iit her home Wednesday afternoon, Mrs, John White and Mrs. Jolm Letner of Fortage- vllle were guests. Mrs, Ray Blackford presided at the meeting, and Hie program consisted of a _ bock review by Mrs. Hoscoe Pierce. A short business meeting was held alter the program and the hostess served a .salad and dessert course at the close of the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hnmrn nnd family, Pmiline, Helen nnd Robert .attended the wedding of n cousin in Mmiford, Tenn., Sunday. Mrs. Sam Orgcl and son, David turned to Canithefsville Monday fter spending the . week-end In lytheville where David entered Blythcvllle hospital for treat- Missouri [hospital in Cnpe GIrardeau. This s the Markcy's first child. The icther, the former Miss Jessie Vllllmns, mid small daughter, nrc ejiarted to be doing well. The iby has l;ee!i named June Ellen. C. C. Thomas spent Tuesday anil Wednesday of this week in Mem- llllS. Mrs. Frank George, Jr., of Steclc •islted here Tuesday. A. A. Cravens of Steelc visited n Caruthersville Wednesday. Mrs. J. w. Nccley nnd (laugher, Marilyn, nnd Miss Ssvnn Nny- ,or spent Wednesday in Mcm- ilils, Miss Beulah Bilkey, employed for some time In Social Security work Caruthersville Society — Personal =THE HOUSE OF Kox, Tameil, Makes Deal FORT ROSS, Cal. (VD— A tnsy wild fox has become tame and taken up a permanent residence on the Howard Williams ranch. The fox gnawed itself free from a trap and limped to the rimtli, where it permitted Itself lo be petted and led on milk-soaked bread covered with sugnr. In return It leaves the chickens alone. A vacuum cleaner mounted on n truck Is being used In some Kur.'.- pean countries to clean highways. American highway 'officials are studying this system with interest. JHOME OF,HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES Not THROWN together to SELL But SEWN together to SERVE! There, in ten words, sums up (he principle on whicU Mansfield clothes are made and the basis on which they're sold ... not thrown together to sell but isewn lofielhej' lo serve . . : (iiilorcd witJi far more concern for quality than ijiianlity . . . i-lolhes Ibal roproseni an houeKt skillful effort to SHOUTRN the cost of Hie Wiirdrobc by hENGTUHNMNG 'the period of Kalis- factory wear. MEAD'S nl Poplar Bluff, accepted a ie))t of on ear Infection. Mrs. Fiihcrty Pinklcy of Port- gevillc visited friends and rein ,ves here Monday. Mrs. Jack Hart relumed Thursay from a week's visit will rlends and relatives In Kftiisn: Ity nnd Lansing, Kansas. Mrs. J. U. Hnrl, Mrs. J. W. Me 31oskey nnd daughter, Amy Nell nil Mrs. Jack Hart, spent Mon ay In Memphis. Mrs. Nell Carlelon of St, Loul pent (he week-end here wit riends. Curtis Bryant Is unable to be nt vork this week because of Illness. Miss Temie Tipton spent the vcek-end with her pnrcnls nl Tl|>- .cnville, Tenn. Mr. niwl Mis. Hugh Tlstndt have .novcd to the home of Mrs, Lauvn ristndl on South Ward Avenue. Mrs. Jlmmle Tipton uml small son, Jlmmle Tipton III, returned to Carutlieisvllle Monday morning after n week's visit with her molliar in kennctt. 'Mrs.' Woodrow Jolnisen lefl Snt- lirdny night for 'Colorado Springs Colo., where she will make her!high command, home. Mr. Johnson 1ms been there ] The king works n 10-hour for several .weeks studying tor the ministry. Mrs. Pauline Hnyilcu spent the wcek'-lend Iiv- psccoln- with. Her motlicr.' Mrs..' Emma Mcore. Mr: and Mrs. Ell Lockiml nnd family spent Sunday In Cardwcll with Mr. Lock'nrd's parents. '.Dr. P j; Aquino, 'Cliai'les • Ozler,' Clyde Harper nnd Pele 'Robertson YWA Hallowe'en Parly Eiglitceii members of Hie YWA 'gathered at the Baptist Church Annex Monday night for n Hallo- we'en- party. Miss Dorothy Ann .Newsoiu was In charge of the games. The annex was decorated appropriately will) pumpkins am other symlrals of Hallowe'en, am the guests bobbed for apples'am told ghost stories and visited "hall' of horrors" upstairs. During the course b( the evening ho chocolate and doughnuts wer served. , Jolly Nine'Meets ' . ' The Jolly Nine Club met Mon day evening at the home of Mrs Gordon Wright, .with Mrs. Mnrlot Barrow as club guest, for tlie eve nlng. Prizes of hosiery were awnrdc< to Mrs. M." R. Rowland ', for,; score and to Miss Swan NayloT to second high. The' hostess served salad and .dessert course. Attend Conference At FaiKiinglon -. . .- • j Members': of the Caruthcrsvlll Business and Professional Women Club who attended the Sixth Dls Mixs~'Mnry''; Jane trlct, Ccnference at. Fnrmingto Monday visitor in Memphis. Sunday were Mrs. Emma- Powell, • Mrs.- Louis. Furrier,'Jr., Is a par. Miss Nellie McClanalian, Miss' ti cn | nt- the Methodist hospital In Jewel Williams, Misses Cynthia | Memphis this .week. . . • • -'',. iuid Dolly e Robinson, Miss Laura I paul-W\-Moore, ol' Memphis,: d's-; Belle Shepard,.Mrs. C. D. Martin,' trlcMsii'ssongcr agent fcr t!-j Dlxijt Mrs. Agatha Wilks : nnd Mrs. Ray, GrejSicjjind .Lines, wns.hr.Carulnf- Stroud. Miss Helen Spencer was n ev's\;iilii'Wednesday, - • '"•.''£' guest. ' !%Irsr:G;ic. Hlpps ot Bragg City' ' Miss Williams, district president, v'lsftcd/jicre Monday. "c presided at the conference. Others; -Marlon • Ames of llaytl spent, appearing on the program from MbijdftV'' 1 here. Caruthersville were ' Mrs. Wilks, - u ••>—"• Mis's:''>McClanahjin arid ;Mrs. Mnr- tin. The tlienic of the jncctlng w.is "Business Women In a^Deniocracy." State officers present ' Incllitlcd Miss Margaret Hickey, of St. Louis, State President; Miss Amy 'Collins of St. Louis, State-, Corresponding Secretary, and Miss Lillian Sagorske of St. Louis,.'State Conference Chair mn ri. 'The '. riexl conference will be held next fall In Festus, It was announced.• • * •- v •B. & P. W. Meets The regular meeting of ;Uie Business and Professional Women's Club was held following a dinner at the Top Hat Cafe Tuesday night. Mrs. Ray Stroud aufl Miss Laura Belle Shepard gave a report | cf the Sixth District Conference | held at Farmington Sunday. A brief business meeting was held after the reports. Hold Sfeak Fry Several members of the office force of the. Brown Shoe Factory gathered at McFarland's Part at Haytl Wednesday night lor a steak fry. Those present were: Mrs. Glen Meyers, Mrs. Olln Dennett, Mrs. Jack Moore, Misses Olenda position In the Farm Security of- Ice here. Col. George W. Phlpps and Caplain Willard P. Russell, HOth In- fftntry. nrc In Baltimore, Md.; attending the National Guard convention from Oct., 20 to 23. They nrc expected lo return about the end of the month. Several members of the " local Klwanis club were guests of the lilythcvllle club nt n Hallowe'en purty given nt the Hold Noble In Hlythevlllo Wednesday night. Those attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bernard, Mr. and Mrs. John White, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Hiitchlnson, Mike Dy sart, .Miss Mary Frances Leftwlch, Hcrscliel Banners, Dr. C. O. Dc- Hoff and Miss Gladys Wingfleld. Mufti Shelved For 'Duration' By King LONDON (UP)—In n 'vyardrobe j al Buckingham Pnlnce haiig King George's civilian suits, brushed nnd put nway for "the duration." Since war broke out, the king has worn only the service uniforms of the three fighting forces. He even wenrs uniforms when lie receives ministers aiid officers dny. Desks In his' study are heaped with state papers vvlitcli he scrutinizes and nnuolales. Batches of iei' j bfllccrs' commissions , are being - •Ibrpughl to him.for his signature. . of Braggadocio .business-visitor in' Carutli- !YJj-?j'<irUJ' iMrs.;- .Thomas Mnrkaj,< ->nnavnc'b/Mie"" birtli-''of .''a-,7r|]"t)i!tid difjfijijij^.v? i 6p.vn early.' -.Tuesday' own *n • .** ^cntwcVy >Nhisky Vn the ,iddle Bottle j Made the old-fashioned Sour Mash way! : Cin promiic yoo'll italyi get gooJ wkisVj irKta 7011 (;«sk for Bird's Towa_..ia the imw.i Fiidlc Bottle. Kentucky Straight. Bourbon Whisky lUrJiKmti Dljllllcrr. Distributed by Fcldmau's Commission Co. Helena, ArK. riien Come the dally' reports- from admiralty, war office .nnd the air nlnistry. . ' .The king, apart from chiefs .of staff, Is, the best informed man' In e.-oniivliiil, Is, going 'on, in zone.; He, alone •' In .BitcVx- Ingliani Palncc' hns .tire' key to the BOTHED IN BOND UNDER U. S GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION THE ALL-AMERICAN VALUE that's breaking all records MEAD'S EXCLUSIVEE SAVE On Gasoline At Joyner Oil Co. TANK CAR TO YOUR CAR Re?ul»r .72 OcUync GAS Tai. Paid U. S. HIGHWAY 61.'NORTH—AT RED TOP GIN A smart new Stetson hat in soft, furry SHOOTING BLENDS Any hunter knows what we're talking iiliout . . . the rich shades of Autumn landscapes . . . t he ' browns o r earth, sliibklc and thickets . . . the- greys »! trees and skies ... the blues and Ki'eens of firs and nioss. Stetson lias bleudsd these colors into deep, silky felts that go perfectly wilh your fleece and I weed topcoats . . . now is Hie lime to choose your new Stetson. As Usual the Best [s Always At MEAD'S 315 MAIN Mansfield WOR and No wonder Mansfield suits arc the All-American values in their price ranges . . . just look at what you set! You trd long-wearing, shape-retaining worsteds and two-ply yarn shot- lands in flensing f;ill color tones patterned in stripes and neat weaves . . . you gel the "best sellers" in models . . . 'three button single breasted and double breasted drapes . . . conventional models, too, in all si/cs . . . >'<>" f.ct painstaking tailoring by skilled craftsmen with high quality standards . . . quality backed by Mead's unconditional guarantee of satisfaction. Come in and see these values tomorrow. As usual the best is always at 315- -MAIN- -31B

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