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BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COUHIE|l NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 193(5 'ridge, of New Madrid, are spending the weekend bore as guests of Mr. »nd Mrs. T. W.- Bskrldje, G, O. Tucker, of Pace, Miss,, attended to trrday. business here yes- The Bev.'F. scripture reading Sen ice lesson. Mrs jlered prayer, .Wiener KMit. , Twenty youn, . . community enjoyed a wiener roast at Walker paik Sunday afternoon ind later attended the show at the Roxy theater Mrs. May Hargctl »as cliapercrie. ^_ + » * KrUe ComplUniMte«: % Mrs Frank Ashcr. who, before ler marriage, *as Mrs Edith Cellini Bronte, uis'guwsl Of Iwnor' at another |>ariy' Tuesday afternoon Then Mrs Claude Stewart, Mrs Roy Head and ,Mrs.^Ch«Jesi B Kcttinjer entertained 20 guests e( 'the Stewart home, 15iq W Ash St For entertainment \iho 'guests dressed mlnlnlure brides and "ad- Vice" was gheriithe guest of, honor, with Mrs Fletcher King mak- /ing the presentation The bride was showered with an interesting assoitnient of> gifts for herself and for her home Tuna fl<;ti Sandwiches, nut brear sandwiches and hot chocolate were ^served. t * * *" -lake Kimt WOBKII H»re a Neeliaf. Thcjako Street Me thodlst ch urcli Women's Missionary society met at the home'ofs Mrs, licrsou Morr' a social meeting Monday af L < J * t BMt r'Varner of Coris conducting an ng at the Second »r4>Mrs Walter •sts at the meet- man's Missionary afternoon at the i' * onal, Mrs A. S 7;40-50, for the Mis Thomas ft Harrison, Mrs Mrs Earl Walker ilng to the Royal irs Harrison of• * people of Ekron Henderson 0, Hall and Mrs J. C. Cullom 1 ot WUson > x -rLuiich was .served the l* present nt small tables arranged on the sun porch wliere autumn flowxr: had beeri arranged'in cok>rl«i holders. • • * Chapter "I)" P. E. O. Metis. The' 11 members of Chapter "D", P. : E. O., who attended n meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. P. Klrslmcr, heard Mrs. Charles S. Lemons give a program. A salad: plate was served during the social hour. * » * Entertains Club. ,. Tiny yellow clirysanlhcmums wer6 used by Mrs. Harry w. Halnc.s M'llpn c}l*» H^>fvlrnlrt/T lift*' ar\i»r+nmnt Josephine Bristol of Little Rock, fl _. ' < ' ' sister of Mrs. Bailey, Mr, and Mrs. U rfltfl nT IVPU?a Caiton Itogcrfi of Cairo, HI , arid fl **"* U4 i^CWS Mr. Maury of Little Rock; . all of , M OS »I., p frtfmm l whom were housefeuwte of Mr. .' H mosuy renoiuj and Mrs. McCiilclien and Mr. and I 1 Mix. Sain Matthews of Columbia, ' . :^B= ». Mo.,iwho arc visiting Dr. and Mrs. i Charles Bell, of Bassett, is, * H. A; Tnylor. II is Club rarty, Mrs Olialics L Wjlle entertain- patient at the Memphlb BapUtt hospital. Mrs. Allen Huddleston and son Allen jr., returned to their home ed the Thursday Bridge club this 111 Brlnkley, Ark., yesterday after week when licr only gucsl was her several days visit with .Mr. and inother. Mrs., J. E. Callaway of Mrs. Ed Stanley and family. , ArkiKlelphla, who is her housegucst. Chrysanlhemuins decorated her living room. In the bridge games Mrs. W. D. NfcClurkln won the prlae, a wrought Mrs, ' J. W. Cunningham, : o fileele, has teen admitted to the Memphis 'Baptist's liospltal. Mrs. E. W. Dawes left thU morning for her home In Colum- • Mrs. B. R. Allen is now able to be up after three months III- J. H. Walts, -of Kelser, Is a pa- tfent at the Memphis Baptist hospital. • • Mrs. J. W. Bader has 'gone .to Hot. Springs to spend several weeks to take the.baths. , ounuay 10 enter Bt. Ce-'T D • • r»i i 'MT- Academy for the rttMinder I Two PcmBCOt Clubs Wu» Ackieyemient Certificates Tcmi., Sunday lo enter 8t. ce- cllla 'Academy for of the school term. The Luxora Parent-Teacher association observed "Father's Night", Wednesday evening In .the Scout ' CARUTHERSVIUJE, Mo—One liut with a program appropriate hundred and t»o women, represent- to the occasion. A number of '"g 14 communities of Peraiscot fathers were in attendance. county, were registered at- the Luxora Society — Persona] The Methodist Missionary see- Achievement Day program held icty met Tuesday afternoon in Tuesday at Warden by the county the chuich parlor with six mem- Home Economics Extension clubs. m™,,,?"^ 1 ' TilC w"*"""* *" Certificates of achievement from IT^V™--^—- Pmi " ""= M"*""! Co»o g e of agriculture cr of with God.' •» ' », r-,' i. r mcnts and secure their o°rtlliiais by January " y Exhibits'were ma'de by/.tho Wardell Busy Cliques,-Moseley Home- I makers, Ingram Ridge Belter* Homes, Oottonwood Homemax'ors, Bakervllle Cheerful Workers, Gibson Busy Bees, Braggadocio Wo- nan's Extension club, Stanley Pro- jrcssive Homemakers, Carleton Bel- :cr Homes, and the! Carut|iersvil|e:- Community' club, : ''" • > for the Mid-Week' Bridge club luncheon party jcslcrdiy ** Mrs H. II Houclilns won per- for tho prize .in tlie bridge games which followed luuqh, served at small tables In the living room. Handkerchiefs were presented tho two guests, Mrs. E. W. Dawes of \Col|unbla;,*M.o,, who has been tbe/|ucit of Mi. and Mrs A. Conway, and Mrs, Rodney L Banister., , Hu Gup.(s at Club -Mrs ly. v. Alexander,' who recently moved here from Osccoln, and Mis Russell Pnrr, were guests jf Mrs p B Joyncr when she bad Uie Thursday Contract duo this week. Autumn'., leaves decorated the living room and den nnd the frillies were shaped ns leaves, In vivid colors. In the bridge games Mrs o W VlcQutchen won a Mexican patio string for the prize ' A salad plate wW served X * * * Club Meets Mrs W. Louis White li a patient In the ,'eterans hospital, Memphis. Mrs, Elizabeth Sillman acoom- of pulled J. W. Spann to Nashville over the week-end to visit her .aunt, Ulss Sallle Williams. Dr. E. R. Began has relumed from Little Rock where he at- aftcr spending teii days tended his eighteenth consecutive iron plaque. A plate lunch of creamed chick- herojis the guest of Mr. and Mrs. j session of Shriners. en. peach pickles, cheese.rolls and" ' ~ ----coffee was served. Canithersyille Society — Personal Con way. Mrs. S. Jicdel and .Mrs.'Meyer Graber were'In Caruthersvllle yes- A. Aflilck hod the Mrs. Emu Damon was leader of ihe program which included the reading of the scripture' lesson from John J4 12-21. presentation o' the subject "Working Together for a' ghrtstlan Social. Order ( ",,discussed Jby Mrs^duy Rodgers, % Mrs Geo' Sbamlla, Mrs. O T Shamlln, Mrs ^Victor Craig and Mrs o J Rodgers, and prayer by Ihe Re\ M IT. Johnson ' In the business session, preside) 1 over by Mrs. W. L Green, a com mittee of Mrs George Shanks, Mrs _Allcn Van'Twinkle, Mrs T Shel- ion, Mrs r o i Eodgsrs and Mrs •.W. I,. Green were selected to purchase, furniture foe file parsonage v, A nominating committee appointed Is taade up of'MfS "jass Goad, Mrs P Fields, Mrs, ,,C/ T. Shaim lln and Mrs t u, JJ. Nelson. I Miss. Angle Hood was elected on the board of Christian education Three new msmbcrs were enrolled. Mrs,-Hudson, Mr s . Johnson and Mrs Craig r ^_ v v - Jlbe 25~~».iemSors n e re dismissed —' by Mrs Green before the social hour during whichi sandwiches, cake, coffee and hot chocolate syera served _ ' ,V D C. Mtmben Are (ioeste at Luncheon. T Members of the Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters ol the Oonfefl-racy were guests of Mrs C E Crigger and Mrs Marvin |_ Robinson lor a lun"heon meeling yesterday at the home of Mrs Robinson, As November is the b\ thday month of Divid o 'Dodd of Llttlf Hock, a hero In the War Between the stateSj an account of his life , and the part he played in the war was given by Mrs. Henderson C Hall. MrsRjjamcs B Clark ga\e an account of-ths recent state con- •vention__shgr attended, at Texar Thursday Luncheon chi)k.thls \\cek shell Mrs M A Isaacs and Mrs ff. D chamuhn'ucre guests ' She served a three course • lunch ,it tables decorated in chrybanlhc- mums In tlie bridge games which followed Mrs Chnmblln won high ind Mrs Ross D' Hughes won'bcc- ond'high \ffff .', >, ,1-1 » • » ' Club Has Guests Mrs J M Williams and Mre " L Engler were guests of Mrs. J W. Parker when she had the Town and Country Bilcige club jestor- day afternoon she served a salad plat* after the card games Mrs C P Tucker won first and Mrs. James B Clark second hl«h Enttrtaiiiu Sunday School-.CUs* Miss Mildred Helm entertained the Sunshine Sunday,Solwol class of the Methodist church, o'f'.wh'loli Mrs. Howard Cunningham'Is teacher,, on Tuesday evening at.the Eat Shop. Five lablcs of members enjoyed the evening plnylng rook.'"Mrs. R. L.'Morris, having high score, was prcscnte<l a card table cover, while Mrs. Harold s, Jones, having lav, score for the evening, was present cil a. novelty clothes liangcr. • * • Attend Meeting at llaj II. Several members of the Woman's Council of the Christian church wilU their pastor, the Rev. p. K PosoV, drove to Hnyil Tuesday foi an'all-day meeting of the Woman': Council of that church, Those amending from -Caruth ersvillc were: Mrs. C. G. Mrs C. E Shcpard, Mh, Bll crilay. Mrs. T. G. Seal will arrive honie •itealay fiom Atlantic City and ie ° °V Mr6 Jlm tlicr i»liil5 of i Ihe east where ""• Loulse * M he has been siiending ten dayt, Lvni: h, motored. Ilh Mr. Sea!iiwho .went to 'At- antic City ercncc on Mrs L. P. Flemminjr. who un- den'ent a major operation at the Baptist hospital Monday, is thought to be some better. Mrs. Lallan Lynch, accompan- •"•••"- ihanddaugh- Mrs. .Dudley to Boonertlle, James Handle was were presented to the Gibson Busy program, "Workers Bee club, of which Mrs. H. L. Cunptes fc, president, and to the ,, . . ' CarlcUm Happy Homcma'icrs, of Mrs,. Louis George and Miss which Mrs. J. M. Zawcor is presi- Era George were hostesses to dent These two clubs have i each- five Ubies of budge Tuesday ed the standard of excellence set nlgnt In the home of Mr. and by the college for women's clubs Mrs. Phillip George. The Stanley Progressive Homc- A Iruit salad, in orange baskets, makers and the cottonwood Home- irxIwicheB, cake and coffee wa* makers received honorable mcntior «emd after the game and high and plan to complete their rcquire- for a national con- public utilities. Mis. Raymond Forrester, form- :rly of here nnii now of Shreve- icrt. La.. Is a guest'In, the;home of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Seal lor <m days. B. J. Allen, accompanied : : by Lee Mavn'cll of .Osceola, is ;in Jonesboro loilrty foi n sales mc6t- ng of the Sinclair Oil company. They will K° io Scarcy-; tonight Tor the football same before: rc- :uinlng liome. Rnblii Maurice Lyons has re- turr.cil from Memphis where'lie was the guest of Uic Rev. Dr. Harry W. Ettekon. Tommy Mackey, of Springfield, Mo., Is spending the weekend here ns llic liousegucsl of Miss Sara Ann Eskrldge. Mr. and' Mrs. Thomas C. Ark,, this week to visit their brother, John Corkran and family, and Mrs Laliah Lynch's daughter, PhtoMle. They stopped en- route to visit Mrs. Jim Lynch's daughter, Mrs Ulllan Moore of Crossett. • - ' Mrs Bartie Bonds has returned from a visit In Tupelo, Miss S. J. Smith left Thursday afternoon for Dallas, Tex, to attend the National dinners convention Jane' Wise left for Nashville! Esk- ecore priie went to Mr*. Urn Stanford. Low score was won by Miss Ruth Bulloch arid the cut priie went to Mrs. Jlmmle Slkdc. 'The only out of town guests was Mrs. Simmons, of CKceota. I * * * ' Announcement has been made of the man lage of Ulss Eugenia Plttman, of Memphis, and War-' ner U Clark, IT, of Luzora, on Fiiday November 6, at the home of the Rev. J. G. Lolt In Memphis. Following ;-the ceremony , a reception was, held at the home of the bride's cousin. Miss Kathleen Norris. Members ot both famUies and a few «k»e friends were present. Mr. .and Mrs. Clark arc at home to their friends in the home of Mr. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Clark sr. Read Courier News Want Adi. The flag can be flown ofticlnlly,- day and night, over only one building In the United States, the/ national Capitol In Washington. ' PICKARD'S GROCERY THE SAFEST PLACE TO BUY.YOUR MEATS :& DAIRY PRODUCTS We receive Swift's Premium Beef twice weekly. Green's Grade A Pasteurized .Milk twice daily. We have the most- modern' Frie- idaire meat equipment. Variety' of Cold Meets and Cheese. Fresh Vegetables Daily. We Deliver. Phone 673 1044 Chickiisnwbn Don't Wait - - - Until the Last Minute Send Them Now For llemodelins For Cleaning: For Repairing For Alterations You'll like Ihe superior service rendered by our master craftsmen... You'll like our reasonable prices]'too! Phone 53 Hudson Cleaner-Tailor-(Jli)Vhier (it 666 cheeks MALARIA l» 3 days COLDS first day Liquid, Tat**! Headache, M Salve, Nose Drops mmnca Try "Kab-My-Tbm"— WorM'i Bert Liniment Club .Irmorel. , Mrs K L Hale cnlcrtalned the Iwnlglitly club, at licr Armorel home Wednesday afternoon when Mrs Irby Bastnger won Ihe prize. hosiery The hostess used several shades of chrysanthemums in decorating her house ' A chicken salad was sened with sandwiches and coffee. v V ' * * Compliments Gev. Elect Awl Mrs Bailey at Dinner Mrs S S Sternberg entertained 30 guests with a dinner pnrty Wednesday night in honor of Gov elect Carl E Bnllcy and Mrs Unilcy, ulio were houscgnesU, of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen fthlle attending the Armistice Day celebration here The affair was nt the Sternberg home which was decorated in roses and chrysanthemums In the Mulllnikb, Mrs B O Sharp, Mr Vloln Ncvll, Mrs George Dycus an Miss Carrie Oopp««e • * • Entertains Club. Mrs. G. W. Lincoln entertalne tho West Side; Bridge club Tuesday afternoon at the Eat Shop. Mrs. Ous McAllister held high score and Mrs. Amos Recker cut the consolation prize. • .+ • Mr. nnd Mrs. K. .W. filomejxr of Bloomfleld spent Sunday In tills city.S vlsithig vvllh Mi and Mri P. 71. Blpmeycr, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Nelftnd and Mrs Jim Ahcrn spent Wednesday afternoon in Kennett Mrs, ; Marshall Beeves has been :onftncd lo her home for the pist »eck by illness Ml&s Maiy Anne Medlin^ Is spending this week in Ncvvbcrn and Huniboldtj Tenn., 'visiting relatives and friends. Mlssl Carrie Coppage of Mem ulils is ylsillng In the home of Mr and Mr" R F Coppage dining loom effecthely pnstcl bliadcs were in the centerpiece In the business session the prcsi» <knt, Mrs, Charles Alfortl, nn- nounccd the committees ,for the new jear They are. program and jear book, Mrs. Marvin Robinson Mrs \y M. Taylor, Mrs. A' M Butt and Mrs. Henderson C Hall credentials, Mrs J. Mell Brooks Mrs M Fitzsimmons ind Mrs James B Clark, education and schools, Mrs., Charles Hall, !\rs ,C, B, Wood of Luxora, M-s W". M Tajlor and Mrs J D. Birksdala, -legislation, Mrs B R. Allen, Mrs ivy W. Crawford and Mrs J T CpKen, of> Osccola, locating and marking graves, Mrs A M Butt, MJi. J. w. Bader, Mrs E R Boi of LuXora, Mrs A. J. cofc of Mrs S L Gladish of Os- l Mrs, AMR. Branson; extension, Mis? Cora LW of many blossoms with roses, cai- nations and chrysanthemums predommating These wcie arrang cd in n lar^c, -mvcr bowl, flanked with slhcr candelabra Silver and cuii glass \\cie used in serving the turkey dinner in buffet style. 'Included'In the guests were also Uiese from out of the city: Robert , Marvin Bailey' ot Campbell, TROY, N. Y. (UP)-Here's one fire that didn't lack fuel. When fire destroyed n frame building 150 bags of charcoal stored in the cellar burned to ashes before firemen extinguished the flame. - - . K Brown of, Luxora, Mrs 0' jCultom of Wilson,, and Mrs' R ,-H^BobbIas of sttele; veterans' rc- , li«, Mrs.' Marvin Bobinson Mrs 3(*J- Taytof-and-Mrs G. S. VJ! Bail**; floiert, Mrs J W Adams. Jtre. 0»C Oanske and Mrs. A. M »*t; ftrance, Mr,, j. w Ad aras, M£ B^ P. Marthf, Mn Jos Dula' **&3*5-L 3 - ti -^ Smolherman •ay HnaerrygUer; jtrapboe^ Mrs FOR f SALE Khitfin? Yarns fiats* XEtStnUIT CLASSES ^ v l-rijtayRw P. M , . n «rs /tj »"e Hooper CWck»siwfii, -,'. Phone, 79! In all wallb 1 ot OOO metficaitet with throat-soothirg ingredients of Vices'VapoRub. VtCKS COUGH DROP ^_ .'I ' Banks Loan and Invest —on-'(he basis of the sound requirements o f business. •Business, manufacturing and agriculture ris.e :ii\d fall or change in character in accordance with the changing seasons. Popular t<\stcs>, the volume of employment, the state of public mind as to the business future and other factors also influence the character of the business. The local banker is the best judge of local business needs. He counsqls with his customers and reaches individual understandings with them from'time to, time in regard to the amount of credit required to carry on their constructive enterprises along' successful lines. This banlr. extends to local business men a sympathetic understanding in regard to their banking needs. Deposits Insured By The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation , Washington, D. C. $5,000 Maximum Insurance For Each , Depositor Farmers Bank & Trust Co. . Blythevi'lle, Ark. Special Entertainment Tonight! Everybody is 'especially invited to Harry Bailey's Cafe this evening at (». o'clock when they can be ; served with Fresh Reelfoot Lake Crappie and hear Good Music by f>' ' " Sudbury's Orchestra and also-be entertained by the Siher Moon V Floor Show girls froni-6 to 7 P. M. Harry Bailey's Cafe AT THE ARCH - - AKK^t^AS-MISSOURI STATE.IJNE :. . ... s. NEW^qs Tomorrow-1 Only 9a.m. to 8p.m. Only 59 c " " This Cou i )on Worth $2.41 - - 59 c This certificate and 59e entitles the bearer to one ot our indrsiructablc $3.00 value Plunger Filler SacWesj Fountain fens, Visible ink supply— yon can sec the ink Life jruarautce with each pen The new Plunger FiUer— np!-onl y one pnll ana jf s fu ii Th is pen holds 200 per cent more mk Ihin an\ ordinary fountain pen on the market You can urile for several ' days on one (illinf. No repair bills. No lever filler. No pressure bar. If jou lan't be here when sale starts, lean your money and pen will be reserved. LIMIT 2 SETS TO EACH CERTIFICATE LIMIT 2 SETS TO EACH CERTIFICATE, The cost is small am! Do not miss this opportunity to supply P«ns and pencils for school use. the savins great. 51-00 PENCILS TO WATCH PENS, 26c H you can nnrchase one of these hi»h-grade pens in this city for less than 53.00, brin f this coopon and ve m\l S nc y<* > yen frcci-Mail orders siven prompt attention. All mail orders 6 cents extra. M»in £ R. R. St. ROBINSON DRUG STORE Phone 444 <«r^ "\« :«<» A Great New' FORD V-8 RTJ 1 ABSTRACT J {' $ 'REALTY 'CO.-^ Terrr FrW. * , , Ark. nt \LTII is iH-ccssar} (o accomp Ush jrtwr best. FKfcSH CRAIG' raSnt gives one a "re-fill" on \lg- «nos- health. V: "GRADE A RAW MILK Quart Pint nut4ermilk, Ql. on display SATURDAY, NOV. 14th for the first time NEW LOW PRICE PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. HISTORY OF WATER SUPPLY Modernize Your Home You may install city water -in your home with, the aid of. an F. H. A. Loan...con- plumber for Sails. WATERWORKS.. 'Early American Style , When that backwoodi geriiiis, the Hon. Davy Crockett, made Ins -memorable tour . of:, the United States, none of the many strange sights impressed him t|uitc as much as the early water yjorks at Philadelphia. "Jost thmk.'t he -i\rotc, "oC a few wheels throwing up. more water than 500,000 people can use. Such scrubbing of steps, and even the pavemeiits under your feet, [.never s;w! I looked to sec if the housemaids had not webbed feet. . As for a fire, it lias 110 chance at all." Yes, the' Philadelphians, no less than their visitors, counted'their'waterworks among tho wonders of, the world. Yet this early system, with its wooden mains, uncertain pressure, and/.outdoor hydrants, was ' a primitive thing compared to that which, at all hours of day and night, brings to the homes of this city a water supply that is pure, abundant, unfailing. BLYTHEVILLE WATER CO. Courteous, Personal Attention to Every Customer Phone 80 113 S. Broadway

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