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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 14, 1939
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PAGE TWO Osceola Society — Personal BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.). COCKIER NEWS FLAPPER FANNY - COPfl. 1939 BY KEA SCSVICt By Sylvft Has Quail Dinner 1 Enow white carnations and tall white tapers In crystal holders were contrasted with tne vivid red am green of Christmas decorations lithe new home oi Mr. and Mrs E, S. Shippeti vvnen tnay were hosts to lortj. business men of Osce- oia and a le* out ol town gueote for a quail dinner Friday iiii'uc Althougn Mr. fahipptirs Uirtsiua Is in tiecemoer, no u«e couio HIK out uie oa.'e or age o. tneir host. Guests invited irom GUI 01 to*., were non. is. U. Untunes of We Memphis, J. H. ura.n, Witsoii, Cnmie3 Lo.vrar.ea, Lui.ur, coioiiw. Pi V. Jacoos,. under, oUrcncc n. Wilson i>iyuieviile, «. O. jwn^itOi., Luxora. Tne Kelser guests were Dr. J. 1. POJK, Jiarry Uunavani, W. M. Taylor, H. H. Koulnson, W. M. BO!I*K, Ciitiri'cs Coieman, W. H. Frazw,, Bot) Greene, \s r , S, Uocxcniiii,'. Cnants ford, Bobble Jones. Junior Class Uanquct Tito traditional Christmas tret In tne uemer of tiw tiole, wit., red caiidles set amid tne bed o. \mistlccoe and holly extending the ' wujnt- of tne tames greeted the mtmucrs of tne Junior Ciius at their iinnuai D-tiiquet unu Oliruit.- ma-s jfjLt\,<f auid at me Osceom .men school VWQa'y nUnt. Mmiacuiu figures m riand-niude slejs< drawn by re.ncicer marked tlie places for tne forty guests. ' . Wuuaiii. icii-y Mitchell, president or tne'class, iv'as ,toastniiistcr lor Uie occasion. Among vae eiuei'tiln- , : ment humuers .were a bolo By Jean Chiles, ti-omoone. numbers .by. DICK Preivitt, actompanica oy l\fiss Catherine iiarwttl, and Oantu numbers by Marjorje. Kurington. Cnnsune Gibsoa and Pmil' Aiinabeiic pro- voKed 'iriucn '.im \vita tneir remm- Isci'iKM ot' tile cnilduoo.i love ai- fairs ot tJie ciass and unjust pun- islimeni received at the hands ol tht-ir teachers. ' Following' inc dinner Uie cla. 1 ^ cnjo.<ta a ciauce in tiie aiimt^, to wmi'h .caJi wemocr svns jiriva- cged to invite aimemoer oi oae oi tne otuer man suiuoi ciassea, Mrs. C. L. Moore is sponsor of tne class. Ail meiiioeis 01 me man scnooi faculty wete special guests. •rclary; Mis.-Oharlle WaUon, Coi- tonwood Point, reporter; Mrs. B. M. Fowlkcs, caruthersvlltc, ganje leader; Mrs. u.. A. smothers, Steeio, song leader; Mrs. Charles Robert-' son, Carythersvllle, child develop, ment leader; and Miss I*ftwlch Fiullamentarlcn; • , , .' The Council voted to liave' a county.wide lour on project work | Jn June, and plans for this will be worked out by committees, Tlis Council approved the plan to continue (ho canning contest in ttio community clubs, and the prize winning clubs for 1939 were announced as follows: Bakervilla • club, first; New Survey, sf.cbnd' Cooler, third; Cottonwood, foiirtii; with honorable mention going to the Dcerlng club. I A committee composed' of Mrs ' Coyne Buchanan of Caruthersvljlt?,' . Mrs. E. L. Mlchle of Steele, und t Mrs. J. A. Boone of near Carutri- j ersvlllc was named to work out I the 1040 year books. j |. E, Old Jr. Wins "". Salesmanship Award L. B. Old Jr., representative of the Prudential Insurants Company at America, since March I, lias qualified for. the Most Dlstlnjruijshea Salesman award which Is given' (o Ihe salesmen of different firma oy the. Memphis Sales Managers, tint), a branch of tlie Memphis ihimitw of Commerce. Tins award will ba presented at a iiaiKiuet Friday night at the Hotel Pea body, Memphis. I/i view of the fad that this b Mr. Old's Initial experience In life Insurance work lie was especially cpniinended t>y the selecting hoard. It 'Vis pointed out that lie had only nine months ol the year their twelve months. Rcnii Courier News want ads FLUSH KIDNEYS OF EXCESS ACID AND POISONS ~ GAIN IN HEALTH I urn crslaml, fed, nntl I think it's swell of you If isn't every boy who'd spend nn evening with his family when he has just two weeks at home ' Stop (Idling; Up Nights- lie Happier— Live Longer .'*5 CENTS PROVES IT 'I'liiil ilMBcci) nin fec]| llf ,,, u) . 11]c|m , Wat ymir kMtiC)« urn lincttvi! nnd iliMrcJiivil— •tn.TbliU'ni luckuehi: iicr.' voB.n«, n,,,l ,l| W y , 1IC( |, may UK' same lUntf. Good nciivn kldnuys rthevlne tins bo<!y ol cjctu . »c!,l » n j ,,c,ii, un> Bre whnt we nil .houl.l nrlvc lo utuln -Mrs. Guy Driver Hostess Mrs. o. E-'Masscngui, Mrs. L. D. Massey and Nus. uumrey Wnito were quests playmg wun the Vjn- daj briugc C(UD mSfctnig wun Mr^. Guy Driver In her country home. YUietiue dtcoiatiuns and trtuico v.'ere used. Mrs. ueorge Adnins\yas high scorer for the award. ature fljures were toaslins down snow-covered hills or skating on tne Ice. The guest were served buffet style, Just like "grownups" with Mpeorn men and yo-yos lor -favors. The children were ciitertnliied vilh Christmas stories and games I by Mrs. H. c. Davidson, Mrs. Guy Driver, Mrs. A. P. Spicjuj, and Mrs. Sum Coole. Tlie snme decorations and setting were used nt night when Mrs. Sum Coble was hostess to tne 10 members of the Monday Night Supper Club, who ate together at Cramers Cnfc at seven o'clock before going to the Ijiiey home. Tlie grownups enjoyed the snow sccnu 03 much ns the children in ttio nltcrnoou. Awards IK.TO won by Mrs. B. L. Clladlsh, Mi's. P.- A. White and Mrs. W. C. Mason. Guests were Mrs. Fiiber White und.Mrs. K. C biyan. Mrs. Prewitt , Hostess ' Mrs." W. 0.. ^Mison. Mrs. E. S. Driver ,iiua ML.O '.itiii'tiu.r'.'vjj'i.i'icr were giitois a. tue Friday Undjc CiUo in me nciiic ui mri Wiimuii Prewitt. Red candles. 'ue^-orate.i tno tables from whicii the two-course refreshment plates were sewed. Mrs. Kp (^uuia Was *ti^ii a.o^vr iui v.ij avyard. * • • Mrs. 1-aney anil Mis. Coble Hostesses in SiiccWivis l^riics Mrs. p. S. Laney entertained 20 small girls with a most attractive Chrisimas party on Monday afternoon honoring her daughter, Joan Laney, on her tenth binnday anniversary. A soene dear to In. heart of childhood 'greeted tn. •guests when thej arrived and foun-. : ,Jt 1J 1fr Cnrlstmas trecs in the 11 vUis •Woirf. 'their eyes opened wuu: hcy entered the dlninj room a snow scens had been ai- , with a good-stead pastr iced in white sitting besi.;~ lake on which small boy pulling penguins. Other min- At The Hospitalg Walls Hospital , Mrs. Mary Belle Stevens, Lll- bourn, dismissed. Hmiha, city, dismissed. Mrs. Luomm Johnson, Kcnnett, admitted. ilrs^ L. L. McDeannan. Osceola, tllsmlsscd. | -'• ' : i>remphfs^lS:iptlsl Hospital Miss Esther liarkovita, Hayti admitted. Mrs. p. B. Lanler, Joiner, admitted. Robert Trnnthum, Carutliers^iUc, admitted. Mrs. Homer Smith Is Pemiscot Council Head CARUTHETtSVILLt. Mo., Dec. 13.—Mrs. Homer Smith, of Steclc, Mo., was elected president of the Pemiscot County' Home Economies Council for 1040, at the regular jiinuial election meeting held here nt the courthouse, MISS Mnry Frances Lcftwlch, county homo demonstration . agent, announced yesterday. Mrs. Smith succeeds Mrs. Roy Stanley of the Stanley community, the 1939 ' president. ' Other officers elected were; Mrs. Coyne Buchanan, Cnruthersvillc, vice-president; ' Mrs. Bernard Brockclt, Stanley community, sec- Beware Coughs Following Flu After the flu is over and gone, the cough that follows feels like It will tear your chest walls apart. You need rel able and ready help. Creomulslon relieves promptly because It goes right to the seat of the trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm, Increase Becretloa.ana aid nature to sootha and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. No matter how many medicines you have tried, tell your druggist to sell you a bottle, oi Oreomulsion with the understanding that you are to like the way It quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. (Adv.) CREOMULSIOH forCoughs.ChestColds, Bronchitis .A loeil tale c»i'«ivu diuretic Riirli as 001.11 MKDAb IlMrlom Oil C.i,,ult, " C»lfi4 lor—so il yi>u > ]a ve to £H 0/lrn HI nleJjl—II |>as»,i(;<i (H ,cont}- diflicult mid EiiiArtiEkR yr ^urL-ltiK is in I pyU.'nrr— it you hive ahi/tiny pains or | ICf lirlincs or |i«ffy eyes il niiiy Ju-l,, four hrallh I! you |,jy mt cm jon lo your kiilueys. OOID MEDAL ILurltiii ol! Capsules IB a grand dlurellt—for Korea of yoirt It h« been used hy peoplo all over America and In other counUUn—it cin't harm jau, • in every GOLD MKHAL (,'ajiMile you eel tlie gcuulnc—ll.e pure'—tlio criminal Hliarlcui Oil rlglil ^0111 Hiiiir- >fetn [n Holland. So don't |>e an KAK MARK and accept n bubsliluli!—Look for Lfi(! (fold Mctlnl on lltn IHIX. Extra Special 7-PIECE DESK SET LIKE PICTURE The. attricllvc Df8k s«l conjljls of Desk wiHi ccnler (Irawer, hook i ease^ cml, chair, calendar, 'desk part, : blotter, letter opener ami lilt-top met«l rm(l- Ing lamp. Walnut finish. . •".' 95 FURNITURE CO. LAST TIMES TODAY DAYTIME WIFE with . Tyrone Power i- Linrla Darnell Paramount News & Comedy FRIDAY 250.00 Good Erasons Why Vou Should Attend Also Selected Sliorls. Fri. & Sat. HOME ON PRAIRIE with GENE AUTRY * .KmJiey Burnctfc Carioon & Serial "Fighting Dcvll- dogs." ' LISXEiV TO KLCN a.m. — U:« 'p. ro . -j;3 i thone Rite 1U Phoae Roxy 333 • • It Takes Fine Jewelry From O'Bryant's To Make It A "MERRY CHRISTMAS" *i ELGIN WATCHES Ladies' Elgin "Classic" $24.75 Men's 17-Jewcl Elj $37.50 v Buy Her A Beautiful Diamond Watch! Ladies' Dinmond ttlgins £85.00 to $160 Ladies' Diamond Ihilova $75.00 up BUDGET VOUI? GIFT PURCHASES PAY IN 19'ID SPECIAL BARGAINS IN RINGS! LADIES' DIAMOND A superb diamond center stone in the engagement ring together with a beautiful wedding ring of orange blossoms and diamonds. ENGAGEMENT SETS Engagement ring has eight diamonds besides brilliant center stone Matching \\-hUC gold wedding ring \vllli 7 diamonds. §65,00 BULOVA WATCHES Yellow G'oid Ladies' Hulnva- "Kona" $24.75 Man's lUilova "Hanker 1 $24.75 YANT. Jeweler CORNER JIAIN 4- SECOND THURSDAY, DECEMBEK H'1930' Friday asid Saturday tsot ?.VTBiffi»i»ia»j(itaa)KaEa3 Tex, Seedless ax. House Sb. m v SAUCE' fa], &BH_j7j)^]mi_J^2" EXTRACT s'ox. ftl HnllJc & I{osedalc 2'/ f Can Droinediiry -tttc 10 o/. Pkg. *£i Slokcly, ft«c 2'/ 2 Can fc& Dromedary Qfit 1 Ib. (in «« Campbell *J l^cj No. ! Can I "2 lied Pitied No. 2 Can FHB1T, Lowest Prices 3S5BZj£S2 Texas CerfM 61indQnib22 1(b,Bok28oiind!essIb25 Half or Whole Lb. 1'urc Pork "9^j. ( Lb.__la«?. Lb. 10' Boilinjr *i ]_i Lb. * "2 n Pitil Lb. Strcak-o- Lean, U). FORREST HILf, Cottage Cheese, !b. lac SUNLIGHT CHEESE, ...,2 Ib. Jiox -lilt PORK HRA1NS Lb. l()c l.illlc Geneva Guaranteed 24 Ib, Carton. . . Pure Cane 10 Lk Sack i U>. EVAP I'KACHKS KVAP. APPLES ........ EVAP PHIJXKS ..... ... Lb. !lc . Lb. lOc .. |,l». Sc Log Cabin Syrup TaMe Size POTTED SIKAT ... SALT. Snuarc ]?ox Tomato Paste SPAG!If;TTI ...,. O<f4iin of \-ttthtr, I ii i tn n I fy I » A »}• V/ a I c r WASHING POWDHR Met!. Kox. ,. .2'/ 2 e Lse. liox. . . . . .'lc I?cd Mcil. liox ........ Sc Uox Lai-si- liox ........ Mic r Large ..... Sc Cr.vsl'al 3 For

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