The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 20, 1939 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 20, 1939
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-HttJE SEX — Osceola Society — Personal Sirs. W. 3, Driver Knlerlains Thanksgiving was suggested In the deo; rations, tallies nnd menu at the bridge party given by Mrs. W. J. .Driver to members of the Thursday-Bridge club of four tables, senior card club of Osceola organized in 1900. • Yellow and white chrysanthemums with fern were used on din- mg table and elsewhere In the playing rooms. A unique feature was the lighting creel achieved v,llh electrically lighted Iriiit en each table, Guests playing were sits. II. C. Davidson, Mrs. Joe Cromer, and Mrs. Charles Sullengcr. A'hammered silver tray went, to Mrs. J. L. Ward ami a pottery vase to Mrs. S. L. foi- .second high score. * * * Famous Women Studied Fnnious wcmcn of today were sliidled nt Die Literary Dcparlmnil of Ilic Osccoltt'l'roiirosstvo club in the home of Mrs. W. B. Colbert on 'lliosdny " afternoon under the leadership of Mrs. E. H. Uuras. Twenty-nine member.'! responded tc. roll call with the name of a In- i inous woman of today giving a fc>v brief facts about them. Personalities discussed more at length by Mrs, Rouer! Simmer, Mrs. L. T. Lawrence, Mrs, E. W. Packard, were Helen Keller, Martha Berry, Mary Knight, International news correspondent and author of "On My Own"; Anne Lindbergh and her latest book, "Listen, The Wind"; Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Mrs. D. R. Wertz. local musician, told of the life of Helen Jep'son, metropolitan opera star, nnd Myra Hess, eminent British pianist who first appeared In this country In 1922. Mrs. B. E. Moore was enrolled as a member of the department. Her mother-in-law, Mrs. L. L! Moore of Nevada, Mo., \vos a gucsl, « » • Gives Birthday Parly Mrs. Harry Miller Jr., entertained Mrs. Harry Wilier Jr., entertained 15 small lots with a party in the home of the former on Monday afternoon In honor of the sixth birthday of her granddaughter, .Patsy Ann Miller. The dining tnblc was arranged k- represenl a' miniature circus, and balloon favors given to all the children. Mrs. Susie Kctser told (he tats animal stories. • * * Mrs.' itlnssoiigill Hostess '. All eight members of the Tuesday Night Supper club were present for the spaghetti supper in the home cf Mrs. O. E. Massengill on Tuesday night. A low bo»-i of bnby mums centered the table. Award winners were Mrs. P A White and Mrs. E. H. Riley. ' ' • * Willie Cliiscniiall Marries The' marriage of Mrs. Prances Cole of this city to Willie Chiscnhnll is announced by Mrs. Charles Elder, sister of the bride. The ceremony occurred Tuesday night In Blylhc- ville and was performed by Magistrate J. L. Cassldy. Ed Chiscnhall, brother of the groom, and Miss Shirley Griddle were the only attendants. 'Hie bride, who is the daughter of Sir. and Mrs. Travis Girfcn of Padueah, Ky., and a graduate ol Paducnh high schools, wore blue crepe with black accessories. The brldegrrcm i sthe elder son of Mrs. Kate Chisenhall'of this city ' and n graduate of the Osceola schools. He is employed with the City Cleaners. . . : They' are at home with the Bloom's mother en South Broadway * • * Mrs. Webber Hostess Mrs. Wade Quiiin was •the only guest playing with the Care-Free Bridge club in the home of Mrs ' W. P. Webber on Wednesday night BLYTIIEVILLE, '(ARK.)' COURIER -NEWS •• -"- — ' ' : • _• i . _ t-- U'j. . . ,' ' instead of the usual dale on Tiles day night. Purple chrysanthemums were >lscd by the hostess In'decora (tens of her suburban home Thanksgiving Inllles were used. Highest score was made by Mrs Xeke Pollard and second hig Mrs. Bowcn Haynle. The last meeting In Thanksgiving week will bo In the home of Mrs Tim Boles. * ' * / MolliodLsl Missionary Mrels Three modes of worship, basec' npcn Matthew fc?, were discussed )» Mi's. Mary Spann at the Methodist Missionary Society In Hie church parlors Monday. Mrs. W. B. Flannlgan. Mrs. Roj E. Dawson and Mrs, Frank O. Owyi. were named as nominating committee lo select officers for tlic year 1940. They will be elected at Ihe IJra-mlH'r business meeting cf tlio •society. Mrs.- George Abrey, Mrs. n. L. Stnnloi) and Mrs. C'J.nid Lloyd iu:rc nnineil :LS a I lower committee to ,U]>o>'visc> decorations o rthe chnrch or regular service.'), * • • .Junior D'rrle Mects Mi'S. n. M. Oletcher wns leader d IK stem lo members of the Junior Circle of the Woman's Council of iht> Christian church in her Monday afternoon when the l!ook of Ads wns studied. A nesv cciivsc of stnclv was discussed for the society but.'no definite decision made. Mrs. Welby Young will be hosii'ss lo the circle and lead (he study In Romans on Nov. 27. * • * Has nlrlhday Parly. Airs. J. A. Plgg -ivfis hostess to twenty-two'small girls for a bingo parly In her home (his week lioii- oi'lnj; the lOtii birthday of htv daughter, Evelyn Jean Plgg. The large birthday cake In white and yellow topped with 10 tiny candles had taller, yellow tapers 'n crystal holders on "ach side. AK Mich child blneoed slK selected an award from n Dumber of In lores'.- HE gifts. Mrs. Plg-g was assisted In enler- .niiiing (he children by her sister, Mrs. Roland Green of Dlythevillo. * * * "Mrs. w. E. Johnson Hostess. Mrs. O. E. Masscngill was the only guest of the Wednesday af- .ernoon two-table bridge club entertained by Mrs. W. E. Johnson n the hoinc of her sister, Mrs. Wilton Pope, on Wednesday. Varying shades of gold chrysanthemum decorated the home of Mrs. Pope on alternate Highway Gl, north.of town. Award for highest score went to Mrs. Pope. I J. L. GUARD Optometrist Only Graduate. Optometrist In Blylhevllle. Glasses' Fitted Correctly Mrs. Kate Ohlscnhnll returned home-Monday alterncon from the Methodist hospital In Memphis where she had been for diagnosis and treatment. Her sisters-in-law, Mrs. .Morgan Perry nnd Mrs. Bur- rail Perry of Olive Branch, Miss.-, returned with her for Iwo days here. ' MAI-UIH Jane Carts-right, Louise Comvay and Clementine Bcwcn were guests at the Slatlei- Hotel in St. Louis last, weekend and nlso visited Miss Betty Joe Behrens in lhal city, who formerly lived here, ailss How-en went on to Pulton, Mo., Fistula Sufferers Face "Danger One of the Iragic results of neu- lected fistula frequently is loss of bowel control together with nervous diseases and general ill health causal by self poisoning. Thousands could save themselves from humiliation n nd serious Illness by taking proper treatment in time. The Thornton & Minor Clinic—oldest kno\yn rectal institution In the world—oilers a FREE Book which explains Msttila nnd oilier 'rcclal diseases; tells how more thmi 50,000 persons have been benefited by their mild, corrective Institutional treatment — without hospital confinement. Write for this Freo BOD'K and Reference List, Address Thornton & Minor Clinic. Suite 2119, 026-McOcc St., Kansas City, Mo. TERMINIX TERMINATES TERMITES Only A Few Days To Pay LEVEE TAXES Books Will Close Dec. 1st Will Be In Osceola . . . Kov, 13 to 18 Blytheville... . Kov, 28 to 38 Pay Now—Avoid Penalty Mrs. Lyn P. Gooch, Collect TUythcvillc, or Arkiinsas 'r lo Memphis for the weekend. • Mr. nnd Mrs. John Andrew E<1- •injston has ns guests on Monday Mrs. E. w. Wlnn and (Iniighlcr, Jean Wlnn, Mrs. Jou Eimori! nnd Mrs. W. J. Niilt, nil of Pnrngonld. Mrs. Russell Crockoll nccoin- lanlcd by her mother, Mrs. A. H. Jenkins and her sister, Mrs. J J. Bryiml, both ot BlythcvlUc, ore enjoying n ten days visit with her grandmother, Mrs. D. Rogers, In Wnvcrly, Tenn, Tlicy will return his week. Mi's. W. W. Wnlson and Mrs, Fred Crockett attended the Kei- ?cr Bridge club In the home of Mrs. w. M. Taylor In Keiser on Thursclny afternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Nelson und liitiiu*.;', Joe Nan, of Pfimpa, 1'cxns, spent Sunday night nnd to be the guest of Mitt Virginia Croincr, Oscooltv r,t«dent In William Wood collegtf. Mr. and Mrs. O. E MassciiRill were hosts lo Mr. and Mrs J. b. Mciz nnd their dauuhter, Mrs. G. «n church, accompanied Acielle Hook, Carey nnd Paul Ln W rence to Earle for the meeting O f Presbyterian Young People's societies Sunday afternoon and G. "•••• *"»• * nirkvi ,>UJ 1 u* Jliitrlsburg, nnd Mrs. Erin MiirUnl of Memphis for lunclicon last, Sun- dny, thy occasion being Hie WHIi- (lay or Mrs. Mel/. Mrs. Musvn- filll, Mrs. Mete, and Mrs. Miirllnle of Blylhcvllle, her inollicr, Mrs. W. 1. Jacks nnd children Mat- Bsii-et and Edward Jacks of I'ar- kln, drove to BeJzonj, Miss Friday lo be the Bucsls of ai'iolhei' sisters. •'t.ttvi, 4,11,1, jyi, j,_,_ uai'rct Memphis visitors this week havol will rcliirn Sunday nlfflit ecu Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Driver, [ Mrs. Ifarry Miller" Jr Mrs. John Whllworth, Mrs. .Inmes Mississippi coiinly heallli' U. lionnn, Mrs. George Cone, Mrs, II. C. Davidson, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs James Driver. Mrs. If. N. Pulllnm of Cooler. Mo,, spent Monday nfloinoon and evening here ius gucsls of her mother-in-law nml slsloi--lii-lnw, Mis. Surah I'nllinin and Mrs. O, B. Se- ?rares. The occasion was the ICUi jlrlhcluy of Mrs. I'lilliam, an Mrs, M. E. Barrett. They south --.---•»., *,i-aiijj jjui.^i;, accompanied by Miss Ada Boyd of lllytiieville of/let-, mid Eltai i(;,irl- nurse, will go ' Luxora Society — Personal .Mission Study Meets Tuesday The Mission study class of the Luxcra Baptist Missionary Society met in tin; home of Mrs, J. i. Mllllln Tuesday afternoon with eight members present. Singing the Year's hymn, repeating ihe 'Watchword In unison, a devotional by the president, Mrs *>UII, uuiurut limse, Will go (Q M3- " "-.r^i^nm uy U1C JJrUSlUClIt, MI'S, rion today for the district meeting Ewi " s ' followed by ijrayer for ihe of public heallli nurses who will Ba l )tlst Missionaries in Louisiana hold a study group. From Marlon ! ns " sl(!(i '" llle Calendar of Prayer they will (jo to Memphis on Tuts- lwl bv Ml ' s - Minnie Wlllinms', day for Ihe annual session of Ihe marked the opening of Ihe inecl- Smilh<-m Ui'jincli of (he Amciirit! '" Public llenltli association. Memphis visitors Friday u-esldent for the annual Thunks- Honday here Mrs. Nelson's larcnls, Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Boyce. ill's, 13ciycc accompanied them to heir home for a visit and will also •islt Phoenix, Ariz., and points in Mexico before returning. The Nelons. who formerly lived in Bl^lhe- 'llle, were cnroute from , Little }ock where he had conducted the nuslc in a revival at the First Baptist church of that city. D. S. Lancy, J. L. Ward, F. A. White and Dave Gwaltney have ipcnl the pnsl week in Menu on a deer hunt. While there they vere guests of Mr. Ward's daugh- cr antl Mr. Gwaltncy's son, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Gwaltney. Mr, and Mrs. L, L. Moore of Nc- J ada, Mo., are here for a visit vltli their son, B. E. Moore and ^Ivs. Moore. They arc cnrontc to lieir Missouri home from an ex- endcd visit in the. West covering hrcc months. They had planned o remnln until Christmas but verc called home on account of n btnglnry In their home white away. Miss. Marjorie Doyle, young pco- ile's counselor for the Prcsbylcrl- Cole. Among Ihe Sick. Herbert Shlppen wns the KjUnpllst liospllal i!'• for nil oiicrndon following P. Hudson, soliciting; Mrs. Charles Corkran, Mrs. B. O. Wilklns and to Mrs. J. I. Mlfriln, selling. The Market will be held as has been Hie custom for the past scv- ' i' * »u,,v.ii...,, UVLII lllc ClISlOIll IO1 111(* DTit *!OU ^n^iSi.-,^^ ^-r^tisi ^?us% %m ±^±r-i»^ taken Immediately to Memphis ay his physician. Mr. Shlppen is a member of the O. K. Hunting Club of Osceola and Keiser. Mrs. J. H. Bostlck Is a patient at the Bapllst hospital this wivk. Grady Mills is confined lo his home from n sprained back. The small son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Kay Bradford living nt Ketscr .>us- tained two fractures In his If'i above the ankle when ho slipped and fell while playing on a pile of wood at his home last, Sunday morning. Mrs. Thomas p. Florida ami Miss Virginia Florida, who have both been til for the past week, arc somewhat improved. Burdette News Orgiinize'Girls' Clulj At a meeting held by Ihe girls of Burdette High school Thursday. Ray Dean Slroud wns elected ]ires- dcnl, of the club. Other officers chosen wore: Er- csllne DritlBii, vice president; Suie Steward, secretary; Baba Ste\v- rd, treasurer; sue Emma Lloyd, ipcrter. Tliesc officers will meet to .Bras- p n constitution and select a )jer- mtieiiL name for the club. Pull the Trigger on Constipation, and Pepsin-izeAcidStomachToo Wbcn conFlipntion brings 0:1 ncid indigestion, bloating, dizzy siiclls. pas, coated tongue, spur taste, and bad brejlli, your stomach is probably loaded up with ccr- lam undigested food and your toivelsdon't the trigger on Uiose lazy bowels. So be sure your laxative also contains Pepsin. 1 ake Dr. Oakl well's I^isaiivc, licraiise its Syrup I'eiBin helps you rain that won- dcrmlslomachcoinforl.n'lulcthcr-axalivc Senna moves your Ixiwcls. Tests prove Ibc power of Pepsin to dissolve tlwse liirpns of undigested protein food which may linKcr inyonrstom;ic]i, localise belching, gastric nddity nnd nausea. This is how pcpsin- izmg your stomach liclps relieve it of such distress. At tile same lime this medicine, wakes u p lazy nerves nml muscles in your Ijowcls to relieve your constipation. Su sec how much \>Mct yon feel by taking the laxative Innt al^o puts Pepsin lo work on that stomach difcomforl, too. liven finicky children love to taste this pleasant family laxaliw. Huy \)r. Caldwell's Lax- alive— Sevina willi Syrup 1'cpsin at your druygisl today! STANDARD TIRES AMD YOUR 01.0 TIHE 4.40-21 4,50-21 PROPORTIONATELY LOW // AT TODflY'S LOW PRICES! As Cftc Per Wee Low As wll On Our BUDGET PLAN PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Ellis Snipes, Budget SJgr. 5th «: Walnut announcements In regard to the observance of the annual Ihe Foreign Mission season of prayer, as follows: On Tuesday, Novem'ber 27, there will be n morning session of study at 10:30, nnd an afternoon session nt 1:30 using as the text, "Constraining Lovs." The Foreign Mission season of Prayer will ue nn nil dny meeting on Friday December 8, Day of .Prayer Around the World. The last chapter of "Topee Trails" was reviewed by Mrs. TJiwoatt In a most instructive an Interesting manner. * * * Mcthoilisl Missionary Society Program Meeting Mrs. H. W. Spniin was hostess to the members of the Methodist Missionary Society. Tuesday altcr- noon. One new member iwis enrolled, Mrs. Harvey Permenlcr, of Rosa. After the regular business routine was dispensed with, Mrs. R. W. Thomas, the president, introduced Mrs.- J. J. Johnston, the leader for the afternoon's program on "Enlarging the Horizon ol the Protestant Churches. The devotional wns taken from Romans 8:28-29, and Meditations were heard on "Fundamentals of the Church Today, by Mrs. Thomas. Mrs. R. H. Owen gave as the Introductory talk, a resume of Ihe topic, "Enlarging (lie Horizon of the Protestant Churches, "followed by talks on the ••Madras Conference", by Mrs. Eola Branllcy; "Out of Strengthening the Teachers of the World's Churches or ihe Community" Mrs. E. R. liuaan. Benediction said by Mrs. JJogun. * » » Mrs. Charlie Milllln, who underwent nn operation at the Baptist hospital two mouths nso, and has been recuperating at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Will DiJJnrd, of Memphis, fcr (he past five weeks, wns able to return home last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Otis W. Holland, accompanied by Mr. nnd Mrs. Forrest Truman, of Stockton, Calif., were visiting nmong former Luxora friend of Mr. Holland's Monday before returning home after a visit- with his sister, Mrs. Walter A - Wood. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. O. Wflkins, and children, B. o. Jr.. and Aim Claire, •spent Sunday in Jonesboro visiting Mr. Wilkln's parents. They were accompanied lo Jonesboro by Mrs, Orover Driver, who spent Sunday and Monday with Mr. Driver, whose headquarters arc in that city and her son, a student nt Arkansas State College. Mr, n;id Mrs. Driver returned to Luxora late Mcnday afternoon. In 1543, Copernicus came forth with the startling news that the sun was the center ol our particular system, and that the apparent motion of Ihe stars was due to our own rotation on our axis. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1939J Attend Funeral Rites For Accident Victim Funeral services were hold at Jackson,, Sunday for Jack Carney, 10, W ho was almost instantly killed Friday night when struck by an automobile on llinh- way 51, near Juckson. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. jSiiillli, grand, parents of the jaiUi, and Joe Car- »ey, nn uncle, of this city attended the funeral rites. The youth is also survived by his parents, -Mr, and Mrs, L, M. Carney, two brothers, Vance and Howard, nnd mi atmt, Mrs. Louis Proctor. S. H. Ingram, 46, Dies At Memphis Hospital LUXORA, Nov. 20 — Funeral services will be held at the Luxora W.lplhl, church Tuesday morning at IO:SO o'clock for Samuel H. Inin, •l(l-year-old World War veteran who died at Ihe Veterans' Hospital In Memphis yesterday after a loiijj illness. The funeral will bo conducted by Ihe llev. L P. Ftcmini; and burial will be at Cullioim cemetery. Mr. Itigrnm was a native of Mississippi county. He was born in the Rosa community. For the past Hire years he had made his home at Luxora and was engaged in farming on Hie Russell Dowen place near here. Members of his family who sur- Soy Beans We Are Buyers For All Variefies of Soybeans. See or Phone Us for Highest Daily Offer. Blytheviile Soybean Corp. So. R.R. St. Phone 555 nostrils. Its v . npors nlso reach deep Into the nlr passnaos, bringing ErtUcful comfort. Also nib some Mcntholntum oi\ your chest niul bad: to Improve (lie blaofl circulation. Riilj It on' your forehead and temples in allay hemlitche nml Meuralgi.i due tu colds. vive him are: his wife, Mrs. Viol! Ingram, three sons, S. C., Ernes* and Ixuiis, nntt two brothers, Wll| He Ingrain of Luxora and Rlchai\i Ingrain cf Hughes, Ark. | Active pall bearers will be Ilewitf Rogers, Walter 1'ermcnU'r, Ko'l fcriiictitcr, Harvey I'cnnenler, £ li. Romiell, and O. P. Anders.' | The Morning Afte Carters Lil tie Liver Pills I For Best Results In Baking—Use Shibley's " Best FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER *iv ' ff Chesterfield holds the Record FRANK fUlm, „!„„„, „,,,,„,939 B !n di, Race, holdi Ihe Bendix tranuonlmontol race retold. Hi] right combinalion of efficiency cmd fl/in g abilitir ha> mQ dc him a record holder in aviation, juit 01 CHtSURFIElD'S Right nation of lobaccoi hoi mode il a record holde for More Smoking Pl ra , u te wilti ill reol mM re« ond teller taife. 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