The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 12, 1936 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 12, 1936
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12,' 1036 BLYTHEVILLK-(ARK.) COURIEfi"NEWS Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. F. 13. Joynor having Thurs"day Contract club. Thursday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Charles L. Wylie. Mrs. J. W. Parker having Town and country club. . Mrs. Harry W. Halncs liaylng Mld-Week Bridge club. ";>< Woman's Auxiliary, First. Presbyterian church, meeting with Mi's. T. J. Mahan. Yarbro Missionary socletjvmeet- mr with; Mrs. Zoa Thompson.; ;;• . Chapters "D" find "N", P. E. O. having bingo party, 8 p.m.,.social hall, ... Immaculate ..Conception church. . . •'...,,'..' Mrs. c. E. Criggcr and Mrs. Marvin Robinson..i having luncheon meeting for U. D. C. at Robinson rcildsiice, 1 p.m. Business Women's circle, • First Baptist church, meeting at cliurcli, 7 p.m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's 'Auxiliary, First Presby- j terian church, having all day meeting at church. Junior High operetta, 8-p.m. Stated mectins, Order Eastern Star, at hall, 7:30 p.m. Elmwood Cemelery Association meeting with Mrs. u. W. Mu'ltns, 2:30 p.m. . , Dorcas Sunday school class, First and fcrelgn fields are ready for Hie message of Christianity. Mrs. Ray Woiihlngton led the devotional. Seventeen Ing yesterday S. E. vail, gave the Waltcii, the devotional. "Co;npell-'• at Tea Given by Auxiliary ng Missions'" studied. Mrs. Wyj. pollard welcomed the the' ' theme • by, tlie'f.uxlllary'Ot Durt Cason i .-W.-.—M • This afternoon the, women t are meeting at Uhf> Inline, of 'Mrs,- t J. },,,' . v Mahah 'with 'Mrs? G.' W. Dlllahuii- ? ls ™>> ' ly leading the program and Mrs. it. American.^Legion, 'nwre ,;c/. i .present. Mrs. Waller "•• business session be- W.' A? Dobyns, th'6"i guests In ihc'ilosc room f and,show. ed them la (he receiving line,lending tolo the DluoVoom;'• Mrs. c. P. Redman, nrst^vlec-prcsldciit of the local iiiixllln'ry,' introduco'd Mrs. liiiilov • plliets'. In Vthc' llnoj were Mrs. - Howard Proctor,, stale,' 'alter- coltec from silver services. Rvvori \vcro mlnlaluie silk Hags. llnskcls 'of.'.crimson wses were uvransed agAliisi (lie blue and silver walls of the larae room •nnts /executive 'committee :,woinan, m. Mrs. U. W, Mulllns and Mrs. the.. Comvay home. . Mrs. C. F. Tucker gave a paj)er on "Captain Molly" and Mrs. Jas'. . . Hill told of Ihc American ideals Baptist church,- meeting wllli Mrs.' talk. Prank Simmons, 2:30 p.m. of freedom and democracy in "n Fidelis Sunday school class, First. Baptist church, having pot luck svpper meeting .with Mrs. Odis Shepherd, 7 p.m. Club Has Guests. Mrs. Thiid Nicol. who has recently moved' here from Little Rock. Kirs. L. E. Old, Mrs. Meyer Gra- bcr and Mrs. Carleton Smith were guests of Mrs. H. D. McClurkin when slie entertained the Youiigcr Set Bridge club Tuesday for lunch and a bridge game. In the games which followed, Mrs. orabcr won high and Miss Marj' Catherine Martin, second high. * * * Ficsbylcrlan Women " ~ 'T Have Mission Study The activities of the Southern Presbyterian church in the home and foreign mission fields is being studied by members of the Woman's Auxiliary of 'the Fiist Pnvtylerian church in a series JamSs .B. CUark, regent, a program featured Hie luncheon oT tl^^'Tr y "'r <°"«"5S a Susn^: RevoulSn TS -I M 1 ston " cfore lllc »^ on ^'^ "us £"™/S ^Tus y^rt « 1 ^ "{ ,««• *"!» '"W A ,...., . ;/"•_»'•"• "="•»• cn '--i milt salad was served \yllh jdnl« bar and Isa \vllli the Armistice-Day motif, carried out in Lhe'Vafresn- nents. •. ; . /. j •'• Circle 4 met with Mrs. Hai r- FrlUius when 10 members and a Biiest, Mrs. C.'-Johnson, were present. Mrs. L. E. Bunch used Mal- .liew 28 for the devotional and Mr:, Harry Brooks offered prayer. The oiisincss session was presided over by Mrs. Tom W. Jackson and Airs. J. H. Smart said a prayer'. Mrs. Fritzius gave the mission study, in the social • hour, angel food cake topped with pineapple and whlppec cream, and cofl?e were served. The seven members who attendee! the meeting. of circle 5, at the church, heard Mrs. William Bcr- ryinan give the devotional, from Mark U. Mrs. E. p. Moineyer gave the Bible lesson which was concluded with a .prayer by Mrs. W. A. Orimmett. She .also presided li the business session , presided in the business/session in which plans were made for a'Yuls- tide party. • Lunch was served at small la- hies In tho living room, which was decorated in yellow chrysanthemums nnd liny chrysanthemums, in Ihe same color, were centerpieces of the (able. The 1C present included Mrs. E. W. Dawcs of Columbia, Mo., who is visiting Mr. and 'Mrs. A. Con- Circles Mwi, Circles of t Woman's Mission ary union of the First Baptist church had meetings Monday afternoon i In the first group Mrs Leslie Moore was hostess to 11 members and t«o \isitors,' Mrs K D. Marr and Mrs J. T Hall Mrs C G Hires gave the devotional, from Romans 12, and Mrs Marr and Mrs Moore offered prayeis Mrs. LJoyd stickmon conducted the bus - rf meetings during a week of !llcj s session before Mrs C. W. At- rayci- and self denial 1 for missions. The first of these special meet- mgb was held Tuesday aflenioon flick gave the mission study. Hot tarn a lis, cake and coffee were serv- at the home of Mrs Zal B Har- j led Mrs E I introductory' ' ^-> j l^ r ¥' r ed Circle 2 me.t Vith Mrs E. W vshen 12 attended Mrs E I Simmons l when 15 members am Spra.dleji gave tile At the first SNIFFLE,. Quick! —the unique *for preventing colds Esprcially dc signed for nose rint! upper throat, where mast co/c/s start. YlCKSVATRONOL the:guests sal »t tables as the* chatted nnd had refreshments Mrs. algar Dornm nnd ^^l > s. O W. McG'utchon presided »l the la Wo, assisted .; by Mrs, Harry W Halnes, Mrs. George M. Uo ami MM. a. O. Caiulill, • Hclly Proc- lor, patrlcln wise, Miii'Jorlo slcvem and iM'oime Hedumn served, Tom I'hllllps played piano no- Joilloiis during lite afternoon 1 Those 'who called were a luimboi from out of the city, Inclmllng: ^•s, uliutdu Brawn of Ultlo Uock repivscntlng Ihe slnl? deimrtmcn 1 of ,(ho Amerleau liglon Auxiliary Mis. CiM'Sou Uogoi's of Cairo, 111. ami Mre,.CJJ.W. Matthews of Slkes- ton, MO.J houscBUests of Mr, mid Mrs. O. W. McCJnU'hcn; Mrs. Siur. Maltlievvs of Columbia, Mo., Kiicsl of her.parents. Dr. ami Mrs. it. A Taylor; -Mrs. • A ( O. ISrlckey and Mrs. K. A.'.Tiafordl of Osccola. tMrs; .Hlchnrd, 1 Mason, of Memphis, nud Miss] liehmi) lv«lb. ofiChlM'jc • who are 'guests'of Dr. and Mrs . J'rol Olilld; Mrs. MUlwl lluidy o I'nrngonld, guesll of Mi 1 , and Mrs Harry Ktrby; .Mrs." E. \\ r . IMwes 01 coHuiiliia, 'Mo.', -who Is vlslthif nnd Mrs.'A, Ooiuvay; Mrs. H.'Wise and Mrs. John Koiiru- of^Chlcago; who lire i;itcsts of 2-Thrcad for livening , 3-Thread for Afternoon 4-Thvcad for • IJiulgct '• 7-Tlu-cad for Service Shown in Harvest Storm Cloml Smoketonc opular ShSuIcs ^ CC P N'fihl Krown Leaf Featuring the Popular Streamline Heel Inaled uifnlnst a 'sotting of silver f s - o'^mcnso; who lire • WK Thi'leng refreshment table, with Mr ' Knit Mrs - U °5 l(l v ' v<ls -' Its Italian cut .work clotli, had a centerpiece, of red and'white air- nations,' jvh'He ehryiaiitlwiiuuAs and blue, delphinium in a silver bowl flanked wllh while .tapers W silver: candelabra. •••• Canapes, mints, -1111111) stigar nnd cakes,. In patriotic'col- ors. were served' with mils, tea and HELP ^ 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES 1 To Fluihcut Adds and Other ^ Poiaonbii* Wasta > 1 Doclorswy your kMticysflonirun 15 Miles of ilny lube,! or iilttrs which li'dp'tonunfy ikn Mtxxl ntid keep von lirftWiy; Meet r*»f'!o T-"- iliotit ^ |unta u any or nboul [) ituuniU of u iki t> 1 refluent nr arnnly I.O*WRCS \viUi Binlitin, Qna burm' : g tlioMB Micro may lie RomcUunj; wrong with ytiur ];j<lticy3 or tl.irMrr. An crcc-ii of nri(!i or iioi'oni in 3 our btixxJ. when duo in funrtioiifil kl<lncy iJirnrr'etc, naj bfl tlio I««intilii2 ol iiaRgiDK 1 itclnrhc. rl ru i latio tnlna. lu:jil>aco f lei; pains. ltw.i nf j c n IM, , ^'"ti-eellinR up iiij,!Us, BHcllini;, vufi IH« under tho ejw, hefltlflil ca unit (liiiincsa Don't waiU AsU \our (InikwlU for Do-mi 1 ill«, used 6uCcc»[ulij liy niillioui ft r om 4i) >cin T!ieyKi\ql.n[.j»y relief anil v.iLI Itcht Hie 1; Milei of \titno\ Hit is JI»Ji 1 i out IK!F< ncu* fkisla from jour- U«*J Get Doau'i IMl* Will Present Bench in Ceremony Friday Tlic sloiw bench; wliicli the lily- tlievlllc chapter of the Children of tliu contalemcy (solving llio city, will \>s formally presented In n brief program Friday morning, 10 o'clock, nt' Malian park. ! 'Die bench, dedicated io the youth of Mississippi counts', who served during (lie wur ueiwceu the Stales, will bo iirosented by Miss Kvolyii Smart, iiroslctenl of [tic local chapter iiiul the slate oignnto- tlon, nnd will Ud accepted liy Mayor Cecil Shnne. T««ied Various' HONOLULU (UP) — dietitians hu\e made one new - covciy tor th« benefit of America's nenltli. tixiwrlmimta on Ainciicnn school clilldicn Jiuie have demon- stiatcd thai root slaiclies nre more healthful limn jraln slaiches, at Iciist in a tropical climate. McCuistion Will Speak at Principals' Meeting Ed Mediation, formerly fii|irr> liileiidcnt of (he .whools nl wil< son ami now with llio slulc department of education, will lio'lhc principal speaker nt n meeting ol tho fiupt'vlntemleiits niul principals of Mississippi county schools to nrnlit nt tin; city lilsli school. Members' of Iho home economics department will serve dinner nl OHIO o'clock, prior lo the 'program, CARDUI FRCtH FUME Pluto, (lie InsU of our pliuiols to be discovered, travels on u pnlh which'Is Inclined 11 degrees from llmt o( the" cnrtti. Beware The Cough From a common cold That Hangs On No matter Iiow m»nj medicines you have tried for your coURh, chest cold or bronclilal Irritation, you can ft relief now wllh Orcomulslon, Crcoinulslon not only ton In Ins the. Koothliig cloaients common to many remedies; such C.E, Syrup,of White Pino Compound with Tor. fluid extract of Licorice Uoot, fluid extract of Wild Cherry and Menthol, but also has fluid extract of Ipecac for Its powerful . .phlegm loosentm; effect, fluid extract of Cascara for Its mild !.".xftt!va effect nnd, most Important of all, Bccchwood Creosote Is irerfectly blended with nil of these to reach tho source of tho trouble from the,inside. Crcomul- Elon can bo taken frequently and eonllnUously by adults and children with remarkable results. Thousands Qf doctors uso Creo- mulclon.ln their own families as well as In their practice knowing how Creomulslon aids nature, to Boothe the Inflamed membranes and :ieal the Irritated tissues as th» ?crm-ladcn phlegm is loosened and expelled. DniRgisUi also know the effectiveness of Beech wood Creosote and they rank. Creoinulslon ;op for coughs.because you get a real daw of Creosote In Crcomul- Elon, emulsified so that It 13 patat- ^Wo, dleestlblo nnd potent for gains to the very seat n! tho troiiulo, Creomulslon Is guutanUed t>ulb factory in tho treatment of coitBln, chcsf" colds and bronchial Irritations and especially those stubborn ones that start with a common cold and hang on for dreadful days and nights thereafter. Even If other remedies have lolled, your dnlgslst is authorized to guarantee Crcomul- slon nnd to rotund every cent of yo\ir money if you nro not sattsfltd with results from tho very flrtt botllo. Don t worry through another sleepless ntBht^-phone or go gel n bottle of CrcomulKlon right, now. (Adv.) Another SCOOP !< for P^nney's SPECIAL PURCHASE Ladies 9 Novelty Shoes Pumps Straps Ties Oxfords Bought from one of America's largest factories . . . 500 pairs of Ladies fine Novel, ty Shoes that normally would sell, for as high as $4.98 . .. . not all sizes are represented in each style but in the entire group - you are sure to find the size and width you need in an appealing Fall 1936 style. Save Ihovmppor coupons !ak«n Irooi packages of Durlcee'i M«t- oailtie.Glvo llnrmloyourdealtr, H« H gtve you oca ol (hex u««. lul cooking poll. DurWn Mnr(jailn« ii as economicdl auti whole- tome spioaii lot broad. It 'l»uj«diorallbakJng,cook- Durkoo coupons today. Tlioto li niUliilouly ol timo, Brown ^and Black Suedes-Suedes With Patent Trim, Brown and Black Kid Sizes 2j to 9 ,_A \^i j^ j-^ widths AAA to D i^ ~v ~V^ V 4 FOUR STAR VALUES in 3 feature groups 1 $147 $187 I Flat, flfiilitary, French and Continental Heels I'KNNKY'S SHOKS AKK'AU, LKATHKH YOU AUE SAKB FROM SKCONI)S AT 1'ENN KY'S PRE- T1IANKSGIVING , CAMPAIGN , rci Ihls momentous occasion we liavo assembled a »0iop full of the most outstanding mer- llio market airords. Wi> have carefully planned this cninnnlBn nnd your dollars will do exlin duty. We otter incr-' cliaiullfcc at lunaiknblo kaiincii, dependable ([iiallty coircet- ly itvlcd at popului pi Ices, an(i in many Instances special low pike. 1 ,. " 7;OATS~AND SUITS 'I'ako advantage' cf our Suit and Con!, valiii", diiilnj this special campaign, drnnd .selections, bcnntldd matcrlalij In Nnb Olotli and other novelty weaves, bountiful Uns, hllk crepe and .satin lined, CJiccn, Black, nio\vn and Navy, alto Betty Rose nnd n line ot'bcault-i fully lalloicd 6|rart coals. Sizes 12 to 48,' 55i).75 Values $li>.75 §32.75 (n 5:11.75 Values ?&).75 " $20.75 Values S25.75 ?10.7r> to §22.75 Values 517.JI5 In SI8.75 §12.75 t«$l(i.75 Values S».7f> In ?12.75 Come Kuly nml QeL Ihe Best Selections. JMIESSES -. For IE very' Occasion Slrrol, Dinner and rormnl Wear. Llglit VVclijht Woolens, Crepes, Saltn'i and ci-epe coniblnaUons, ElyK.s that mo dlf- fcient, In black, hroun, ^uilbcrry, uieen and srey. New shlpmciH-i Loujht foi this, special cainpalgn. Sl^cs 12 to M, SKi,7S lo 519.75 Values S1S.75 in SM.7S $12.75 to SI 1.75 Valuta §10,75 iinrl SI 1.75 Sfi.90 to SI 0.75 Values $],%, S6.90, §7.95 and §8.75 selection: of .Formnls, Sizes JSeautltiil 12 to «: $5.9.1 (o $M.75 Cue Rioup v Diesses lo close out Crepes, Satins nnd Woolens. Prints Plaids and Pinln Colois Sl/ps 12 to 18 SB 03 to $12.75 values S3.!)S MILLINERY Small styles to select from. T'lir Fells. : Velours, Velvet's. tl.98 to $5.95 values. All in three grc.iiis. $1.00 SI.98' $2.1)5 " Sec our collection of accessories, purses, gloves, .flowers and costiimo,:'Jewelry. A\\ specially priced for Ihls campaign. '' KID GLOVES Ilrown, Black, Green. Rc-;l nnd Navy. $2.0!J to S2.95 values. Broken sizes. All in : one groim. " §1.98 Silk Lounging Pajamas, Slips, I'antics r.nd i 'Gowns'. Watch our windows-; for specials. STYL-KEZ SHOES Tlitsc smnrl new Shoes with the : flair fit inner-solo-' hold '•" Hie foot in line of grace t ami comfort. Ties, Pumps" and Straps. Suede and Kid. • Black and Brown. 86 and S6.50 The Shoe to the -right Is one of the manv stvles of MODE ART SHOES and Straps. Snedc, Patent and Dull 'IVim at §5.00 New Economy Shopj Ingnim BWg. Phone

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