The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 16, 1939 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 16, 1939
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PAGE FOUR ULn-HEVlLLB, (AUK.) COUHIEH MEWS ' FRIDAY'S EVENTS Jack Homer extended tlianks-from Music department. Woman's club, t»e fourlli tor the Knllowcun meeting 2'30 o'clock at club. ,l )iul i' lllc p - r - A - ll<lci 8 |v «i (hem.! I Mrs J. P. Holland entertaining' In " lc room colmt ' ">« t" ( «l, Friday Bridge club, grade,'laueM. by Miss Mary: Out-, ] •- law, and (he fifth grade, taught Clul) Cliob«i Name ' by Mlss Sunshine Swift, tied for I City Contract ci«b..-Is'the name''lie first'prize and Miss Mcdrllli chosen by the group which was Hancock's first grade won second entertained at a > bridge party prize. given by Mrs, Jesscc Blltt Tuesday Mrs. J. M. Williams, hospitality afternoon at tlio Hotel Noble. • 'chairman, was assisted In enter- Besides tlie members, Mrs. J. L.' (almng at the tea by Mrs, Doyle Slotts of East Moline, 11)., ivss n Henderson, Mrs. p. B, Jcyncr, arid guest for Die games in which Mrs. Mrs - Freeman Robinson, Mrs. Crlg- N. M. Semenbaugli was lilgh scor- 6"' presided nl Ilic lea (able which cr and Mrs. Stltt, second' high. '»fld « centerpiece of yellow nml Refreshments sere served at thcjlai'radcr chrysanthemums In n sll- Biu of Newi Moitly Personal* Mrs.-A. T. Clear and daughter, Marjortc, returned yesterday to thclv home iri Union city, Tenn., after having visited Mr. and Mrs. Hob Grimes' here for a lew days. She came Tuesday with Mrs. Qrimes who had spent a few days with her in Union City. The Clears formerly resided here.- Mrs. Kdtllc fiejjeiiold 'nml Mis. Louis O. Nn.-ilj spent yesterday in r\vriiCoEIIH 1:1114 Viun; DCI vni lit niu j " *• ••"•-* *.••» v -«-.-.«n.i,!.njniQ ui ti DI»conclusion of the games." I ver bowl flanked by yellow tapers Membcis of Hits group are Mrs. ln sll ™«' catidlcslleks. L. S. Bciiish, Mrs. Koscoe Craflon, ' ' *' Mi.s T. W. Jeffries, Mis. L. L.' Unlcrlaliis Cluli Hubencr, Mis. Oeorgc D. Pollack, H'"l> Dinner I'arly j lich, Mrs. W. M. Robinson, of 31 Members of the Luxoia-Osceoia < Louis, and Miss Hulh Bull spent Night club and eight guests were . yesterday in Memphis. They were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Ko- ', accompanied by Mrs. Estclle Cookc [land Green at a dinner parly at '.Vollmer, formerly of here and now Memphis. , Mrs. Farnsworth Black, Mrs. I Charles Hose, Mrs. W. J. Wunder- Mrs. Louis G. Nash, Mrs. Senscn- fca'ugh and Mrs. Stilt Entertains Chib. A ininiahirc "vroodeii curt filled with fruit was Ihc centerpiece of Mrs. C. A. Cunningham's tllnlns table yesterday when she entertained mcinbei's of Hie Wednesday Bridge club and one Sliest, Mrs. Marvin Robinson, with" a party at her home. The autumnal scheme v.'ns further carried out in the arrangements of chrysanthemums throughout-'the house. In the bridge games which followed lunch, Mrs. \V. J. Wimdcr- lich was high scorer ami Mrs. W. J. P'ollatd, second high. Complini'cnls Briilc Mis. G. O. Saliba Jr., recent bride, was complimented with a miscellaneous shower given last night by Mrs. Jack Saliba at her home. The bride Was before her marriage Nov. 8, Miss Merle Zachary, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. •W. Znchary, of Memphis. ' The 30 guests played pocono In day nii;ht : . jof Memphis, lo Ihe production of members, quests Itsen's "The Master Builder" which played Ihe auditorium last nl(;ht wllh Eva U-Gallicnhc. • Ur. Paul L. Tipton nnd Dr. SS. A. Taylor are expected lo return i Sunday from PicJscns' cnmp be- Brldue tables were Arranged in Iwccn, Emlora and Lake Village. Ihc living room and sun room Ark., where they hove been on a n-litch were brightened by boil- deer hunt. qucls cf yelloiv chrysanthemums. I Mrs. Je&scc SHU lias gone to Mrs. Russell Bon-en, of Luxora, Oklahoma City lo attend the <5 I heir home Tuesday Besides the were Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Cunningham, Ur. and Mrs. L. L. Hu- bcncr, Mrs, L. H. Welch and Miss Winnie Vii-gil Turner. dents at Ihe University O f Ala- Miss Lola Joan McKay THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1U, 198!. Chester Gestring COOTER, M?., Nov. Jfi.— One ol Ihe prettiest home weddings which occurred here this season was that of Miss Lola Joan McKay to clies- UT Lewis Desiring which occuived at (he home o! the bride's parents, llrst Dr. • \V. A, Grimmctt ,wl)o lias If, L. Wagnor, pastor of the Cooler Methodist cluii-ch, in the p who were here for Ihe wedding was Miss Jane Graves, of Memphis. • ''.. ' j .j i Steele-Cooter Society—Personal lic-rc with M/s. John Husseli and other relatives. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Torn Crawford who will spend this week with them, Mr. arid Mrs. H. C. Parkins daughter Mary-and sons Bobbie and Jerry of Trenton, Tcnn., spent Mrs. II. L. Casey and Mr. and M Casey Edwards. Half of the $G signart of l Declaration of Independence w college bred; 16 had ''class?; educations; two were Instim entirely by tutors, nnd 10 h last weekend here with Mr. and veiy little learning,' Joucs-Fra/icr I Miss Billy Pra/.icr became Hie ! bride of Virgil Jones hi a cere- i moiiy performed at (lie home cf Hie oira'lnUiif! minister, pastor of the Baptist Church at Cape Gu ardeaii ^uliirciay night when the bride's sister, Miss Uorls -Frazicr, u M, .!.. . rtiLuiv/uiii. LIIIIIUII, i;t lilt: pit^rnce been ill wnce lie- w-a.s Injured in a of a few friends and relatives. 7n»r»i i ^/""'"y- wris rc -| Mrs. 1'loyil Wfttsstcr played l.ieh- move 1 yesterday to the Blylhevlllc csl| . u , m) & (me u lc wc ' (Wi , 13 1)iM . ly IOS| """• , I entered lo the strains :f the Wcd- Tom Walls, son of Dr. and Mrs.' ding March from |y>hcusiren. J. M. Walls, is reeling very well Tlie bride wore a him: wool crepe „,,,„ . .... _,. , -_--••-• at the Memphis Baptist, hospital dress wilh gray squirrel jactet and ™ K ? tlo " dl "B State Teacheis alter having been stricken suddcnlv her corsage was valley lilies and ^""^ "' ^"Dc Olrardeau was ill while visiting In Memphis wilii orchids. • , lllclr oul >' attendant, his parents. They went down Tues-, Her only atlendanl was hei sis-' T'lo. bnde is the dauBhtcr ol ] < clay and it was during i!, n t night ler, Mrs. Vrrnon Bishoj), of Haytl, Ml '- nn(i Mrs - Lewis Frazler prom j >., that the six-year-old son became wh: was matron of honor. She lucut farmers of- near Cooler and , sick from a kidney ailment. Dr.. wore a Vi'lnc orcpe dress and black ' s a Braduale of the Coder high Walls returned ycsterdny but Mrs.' accessories. ; school in 1039. Walls remained wilh the son who! Thomas Hooker Jr., of Memphis,) The groom Is the son of Mi is expected lo be able lo c:me ! was l»st )iiau. j and Mrs. W. I. Jt/nes. He also at- houie Friday. Immediately alter the ci'remony, londcd Cooter high school where I a wedding dinner wa'i served by (lie [ {** "'"S " star basbetball playei ' '' j three tiered wcddiiij; cake. After a short honeymoon thci* Officers Mrs. n, L, Hawkins was elected 1 *' 111 lcUim fo Memphis t; make ' "'" "'" president of the Half Moon Wo- man's' Missionary Kocicly of the Methodist, church which met Wednesday, Nov. 8. at the coiiini building for a day of prayer. Oilier officers chosen" were: Mrs. n. P. Gay, vice president; Mrs. C. W. Garrigan, treasurer; Mrs. E. if. Walker, secretary; Mrs. W. R. Iheir home at 3114 Bo'wen Avo.. and Mrs. Gcstring will complete her school term at/ Dcnton before going to Memphis in the spring to stay permanently. Mrs. Desiring is a member of a well-kniwn family. She graduated from the Cooler high school in 1U35 and was valedictorian of hur class. Uoth she and Mr, • Desiring were He is connected with his father in i tin: fanning Industry and is also i employed at the Planters Gin. They will make their hcmc on a I farm near Cooter. I Heads Your November Fashion List ty Novcjiibf t js 3 glorious month..'. too glorious, in (ta, to licn^' youtsclf ilic pleasures of Vinliiy. So be smm, be modern, be young this season. \Veir fcstiion-riglu Viialiiy shoes in luihentic, seironal designs, Lei Vitality liejil your fashion lis(. SV«rVitjlitj'...for unusual (it, style, »aJ / comfort. looms decmatetl flowers in the autumnal'shades,. Mrs. Vcatrlcc b:velacc received the prize offered in the games. Miss Lucille Sallba and Miss Lena Sallba, sisters-in-law of the bride.', assisted the hostess In serving chili, .coffee and cakes after the guest of honor had opened .her' gifts Ughtfoot, superintendent of Chris-' „ Mrs. Johnston had charge of the Mr. Stilt is expected to join them tomorrow night fcr member:; of the Fidulls Sunday .school class of the First Baptist church al the home of Mrs. M. T. Burr. Tlie affair will begin at 1:'m o'clock. Colillion Club i;ircl3 Officers William Lawslio was cho.sen to head tlio Cotillion club, social (jrciip coniposed of young married couples who sponsor dancing par- tics, (luring the ensuing year nt a meeting of the group at the American Legion Hut last night when plans for the annual Christmas onncc wore also discussed. The new president succeeds Max i Logan, who has directed the ac- Tonn ami Country Ciroup tins Oucsls When Mis. Hugh Tlarberl enter- [tlviltos of the group this year, taincd members, of the Town "mid Other officers chosen were; Mrs. Country club with a Hlley B. Jones, vice president; Mrs. yesterday afternoon tit her home. Harold Schnec, secretary; Charles Mrs. Edgar Eorum, Mrs. Walker Crigger/jr., treasurer.' H. Baker and-Mrs. V. O. Miller' The iChristmas dance will fci there 'tomorrow. They will the first of the week. Mrs. Charles Morehcad spent yesterday In Memphis where she attended the performances of 'Eva LcGalliennc In Ibsen's "Hedda qa- blor" In the afternoon and "The r master Builder" last night. . j Mr. and. Mrs. O. P. Barber, who have been residing In TcxArkann for several months/ have relurund here to make Iheir home. "Mr, Barber Is with Ihc accounting department ot [he Arkansas-Missouri Power corjxu'itllon. program which was on "Wcrld Peace." The meeling was closed ivitli scnlcnce prayers ami the giving of offerings 10 Colleglo Beimel School in Kio DC Janeiro,' Brazil. At Cape Girarclcaii she was outstanding in dramatics and was u member ;f the Hesperian A. C. E. Home Economics society. Next year she plans lo complete her college Mrs. ft. Wrolcn. Miss Vlr- pla\cd cards with the grcup. i given Thursday night, Dec. 21, al Refreshments were 'swvcd at Hie the''Hut, Die'grcup decided coiicliision of Hie games In which night. An orchestra will play for Mis. Baker was higTi scorer and the formal siffalr. Mis. C.-Mo<lingeL-, second high. At The Hospitals ! Ur millcd. le hasiiiiiil W. A. GrimmoU, city, we! Gin-ley, cily, Kiisfic Inn Is .Scene of I'arly The Rustic tnn was tlic setliny for the party given yesterday af- ternoon'by Mrs." Albeit K. .'Taylor for membcis of the ADC Tirjdgo .'".''" club and four Quests, Mrs. Elbcrl '"™™Huffman, Mrs H.T. Kclscy Jv.,' . Mrs '- "" |)Crt Cl '« [to ". <*'• Miss Maiy Spain Usrcy and Miss Patty Shane. High score prize among the club 'members went to Mrs. Ben W. Ilarp:lc Jr., and among the jjucsls to Miss Usiey. The hostess served n sandwich plate with coffee at the conclusion of the games. ad- dis- tlis- inlssed. Memphis ]!:i|iUsl lios'iiUiil Mrs. I'. S. Mei'hcrson, Hayti, admitted. Mrs. Tom A. Newman, Pecan Point, admitted. • Tom Walls, city, admitted. • Walls' hospital Mrs. Byron Weaver, Carulhcrs- ginla Nimn and Miss Elizabeth McLean were In Memphis yesterday afternoon for the Ibsen pro- I (liiclion of "(Icdda Oablw' 1 starring: Eva LcGiillicmic ivlilch was ill Ihu iiudltoriutn. Mr.'nnd iMrs. C. C. Lee, of Dy- i crsburtv spent ypslerday and last night here as the guests.; of Mrs. G. W. Uillahunty and faniUy, and Mr. and Mrs. Frctl Warren. .;•-. Mr. and Mrs. Sum U. Williams and daughter, Virginia, and Miss Lola Nason were among the 131y thmlle people in Memphis last night for the Ibsrn show. "The Master Builder", wtlh Eva Lc- Giiliienne at the auditorium. Mrs. K L. Engli-r has gone to Houston and other points of Texas lo visit relatives and -to attend lo business. She pinna to be away about a month. Miss Waiula Smith, who attends the University of Arkansas al Fay- cllcvillc, will arrive home tonight lo spend the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. Ilonorimj -Faculty Regular Mcrllng Mrs. Elma 'Armstrong, retiring member of the central school facility, and other members of the •auiltv KCIC special guests at a jQa ijivcii in the Home FJcononuc.s otitldlng yesterday afternoon following the program and business meeting in Ihc Central auditorium. Eighty one members heard 13r. Don Smith speak on "Dentistry ani the Public Health'' on a pro- St-Riu arranged by Mis R C Japan is 85 pet cent mountain? Allen. Mis. Ira Gray discussed the OUSr wlth sl llclivc v "lcanocs and ihiid topic in the study course : 100 ° hoV s l )riu ^. and is subject in ' about four rarlliquakcs daily. Tidal waves follow severe slir.cks, and • typhoons arc common, with disastrous fires accompanying Ilium. ville, admitted. Willie IMdings, city, admitted. Mrs. Elaine Duvall, city, admitted. Mrs. N. R. Passmore. XiarkcU Tree, dsiniisscd. Mrs. Fred Shiplon, Jlnyti, dismissed. Jackie Tucker, Memphis, dis- mi.ssed. Jack Skelton, Hayli, dismissed. Orvil HcLcan, Hayti, dismissed. Kirk Brcwii, Haytl, dismissed. Tommie Kcccl, city, dismissed. l Miss Louise Lrsgcll is leaving . lonlght for Blruilnynaiii. Ala., to ho the finest of Miss MatIV. guest Russell. She be of ilercchcl Moslcy and Lioyd Wise, both of here who arc stu work at Hie Tcaclu-vs memphis. Mr. Gcstriiig is the eldest son Mil-Wean's Archers Active of H. L. Oestrum, prominent nicr- LANSINCl, Midi. (TJM_Michi- chant, and Mrs. Gestrin-;. :f Cooler, mi's army of bow and arrow where he has lived all his li!c. He hunters is en the increase. The stale legislature has opened nil regular hunting territory in the state to the modern Robin Hoods from November 15 lo 30. This year 500 licenses were sold compared l; 327 last y ca r when they bagged eight, bucks in the only Uo counties open lo Dial' 1 kind of hunlinf. Missionary Society Entertained | There were 14 members present al the regular meeling of the Woman's Missionary society when they were c-ntert.iiiigil in tlie home of Mrs. E. E. lienton Monday afternoon. The meeting was opened will! prayer .by Mrs. R. C. Stecle Jr. | Tile rest of the Bible Studs' Bcok "Songs of Zicm" was given by Mrs. p. F. McCutchen. Plans wove made for th6 hot tamalc supper which will be held tomorrow night. Next Monday Mrs. J. H. Woik man is entertaining the society • • 6. « * Mrs. Velma Pulliam spent Monday in Osccola where she attended a birthday dinner in honor of tlie birthday anniversary of her mother, 'Mrs. Sarah Plilliam and was also, guest of Mrs. G. B. Se- gnivcs. Jrhn Hinson of Lexington, Tenn., Mr. and Mre. Earl Hinson. Mrs. Clyde Hinson and daughter, ail of Lural, Tcnn,. spent last weekend As Adverlised in Leading Magazines ViTAlll Y OPEN KOAD SHO1:S for Otttther and Campus W'tar, {5 TOO I.ATI-. TO CLASSIFY Wauled ID liny OLD WHITE BLANKET OR OLD WHITE FLANNEL SKIRT. TROUSERS OR COAT TO MAKE 5CUAP3 FOR .HOOKED RTJO. MRS. SAMUEL P." NOtiRlS. Call 648 J after u p.m. dh 'AT PENNEY'S 1 Land For Sale '10 acres nurt -SO acre tracts right at No, 9. Bargains. Also 80 acw.'i on Highway 01. just south o( Bly- Ihcvillc. Tliomsis Lam! Company. Not ire NOTfCE— 1 nm now salesman for Thomas Land Co. Have good buys en farm and "city properly. H. C. Campbell. • IC-pk-'lZ-lO COLDS Tor t|iiii-k relittf from (he of tulils, fake 050' ' For Want ot a Nail." Mr.s. E, B. Wotdson read the president's message. Mrs, Russell Farr presented Mr,<i. Armstrong wllh a silver vase, a Silt from the Pare-ill Teacher association,-in appreciation lor her valuable work. Mis. Charles Crigecr Jr. presided over Hie business session at which linlc announcements were made ty two pupils of Miss Alia Garlington's iomth grarie. Jimrnle SfOOl Frances CScmons invited • the P.' " Flush Poisons Frpm Kidneys and Stop Getting Up Nights j Read Courier N'tws v.nnl ads. New Uuckr-cmti Cream Deodorant I'e Ilcailliicr, Happier— ! Live Longer •:••' j When you can get for 35 ccnls! a safe, cfricicnt and harmless stimulant and diuretic that should flush frcm sour Hdncys the waste mni- ter, Doisons and sttirt thai arc now' doing you harm, why continue to break your n&lfu] sleep by getting Vft.lhru the night? - -Hou'l. be an KASY M.\UK and .icccjil a; subElilutc^Vsk for Gold JJcilil Haaririn Oil Capsules — lislil from' Iljartcm iti Holland. GI. !' WJH'int. book for the Gclil Medal! oil Hie Iros — 35 ccnfs. "Other symptoms of \\cak kidneys' •uid irritated M.utdu mv,y te' backache, puffy ejes, shiftma pains, burning of scanty passage !• Docs noi nil iltcsscs — il not irriuic si.iti. 2. No wailing ro ilty. Canbcuwd ciglu after b!uvinj>. 3. Itisunilj snips pmpiracion fot 1 in i (h)S. HtEimvts uJoT frinn ptrs|nui;on. 4. A pure v.liiic, r,r{Msclc!,s stainless Valnsliinf; CICIIll. 5. AiiUUus lu-cn j\\<tilcil ihc ApliluvalSwl of [lie,\inuiixn luSU'lUU- .l)f UuiulcTin:;, fot being lurmU-ss ID labiiis 15 MILLION , S is »| A«,j,l liavc boon told. Tiy.i ijt loil.;yl LADIES' SUPPERS FLASH! JUST RECEIVED! l.AKCK SHIPMENT OK I.ADIKS' Daniel Green House, SHj)()ers SI.00, S5.00 & Sli.OO Values Now 8L95~$2.4r>»$2.95 COI.OUS; I'o.-ich I'inU Whiti nigh school in 1935 as an honor the Memphis School of C.mmerce aiiil for Ihfee years has been nected wilh the Wm. U. Moore company of Memphis. Both are iiclive worker.'; in Ihe Baptist churches at Memphis and Cp:tcr. from out of C'ause Ifiseomfoi't Antrj-'s picture and aiito- eraph on each' sweat-shut; PLUS Gene's personal picture and Gene Autry Exclusive tat Penney's Wrar our of th"se to tec Gene Aulrv and Smiley IJitmcltc in -WKSTKRN JAMJJOREE"—showing at UN? urrz THEATRE m lilylhcville on Saturday, November 13, Check these ifcms! 'J'hcy'rc values very seldom of- fcrecl (his time of the year! Save on ' your winl«-r needs iit HKOADCLOTR . . . 3(; inch, fast colors ,\ special purchase! We're more than glad to pass this savjiig.s on lo you! -MUSUN . . . 3U inch wide, unbleaclied LL domestic inere are so many household UKCK for this fcc rubric! Be early—get your sluire! , ' ' . 3yd BOYS' AVIATOR HELMETS 22c What a bargain! Heavy, fleecy lining! Goggles! Oood quality leatherette covering! These will sell fast- hurry! MEN'S CORDUROY CAPS l''or Winter 47c Navy blue. narroiv-v,-alc corduroy! Popular lie-top style! Fur-lined ear-flaps! Men —lake advantage of Uiis special price—they're real bargains! NU-TONB DKBSS I'KtNTS . . . You'll want several dresses from these!. There's no need lo 7 1 c to elaborate on the vjiluo of! ..' '„ I "2 yd. TERRY TOWI5LS . . . While, double loop tcnv, .striped borders! One of the most indis- 7U •- I 2 «». |)cnsablc sizes in lowcls! ISlark. i'.tdwn, Wi'iii-,' Uluc, fin-pn. Sucdr. Kill. I'.ilcnl, Gatavilim-. llish, Alctliiiin or Low. IIeels. Hoys' and (,'irly- -\I,I, M5ATHEK SHOES School and dress oxfords! Patent leather dress slippers. If you're accustomed to pay- ins from two to tlircc dollars for your child's -shoes, voa must see these! Kiddies' SHOES Cue tjtoup of odds and cnc!.->! Tlie mice tells the story—it the size you want is here, you've -found a RED HOT BARGAIN! Nivrs 'L'A lo 10. \VidUis A A A WOS' ARCH vSl.'I'I'OHT SHOKS . . . One -ronp of closc-oiils from our best line! Thin-y for \ ||j% your sixe—there's not many of 'cm! iBylfiJ!-. UMliHELLAS ... Oil silk and rayon! Sensatioiuil values! i\Iade like far more cx|)ensi\'e stvles! MATKIMALS: 1'alcnt Kill Sal in (,> J |)~ \Vkllhs AA lo w Our Windows Women's FLANNELETTE GOWNS 39c Even extra sizes at Ihis !ov; price! Warm good quality flainiclcltc in solid colon; and stripes! Fvill cut, 15s lo 20fi! Kiddies' SLEEPERS 37 c Pastel colors of warm kni' cotlcn; PopuWr claslic uio>j r scat style for- hoys or girls! Exciting .savings! CR1H IJ1.ANKBTS.. . . Fine soft cotton, soothin- to j >ab.v's tender skin! Ideal for -after bath ft£c nsn! Wiiile or pastel! 30".v!0" faW'ta ' KAYON TAFl'KTA SWl'S". . . i;i :ix cllt ,' l,emitift.l , «itin diagonal .-ilriiics! Tailored just right —you'll want several! '. '...:.... v« c,i

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