The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 29, 1939 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 29, 1939
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BLYTHBVILLB, (ARK.) COUIUEIl NEWS , COlItlER NEWS , COMPLIMENTARY T1CKKT ' This Ticket Will Admit Henry Loielacc. * Companion * , i — lo (he— KIT/ THEATER < ' —to see— , "Oracle Alteu Murder Cisc" Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS E\eciUi\e board, Woman's Mis- iionaiy Union, First Baptistchurcl) mcctius 2.30 o'clock \\llli Mis. Leslie Moore. All Club Mcmlen, Are Quests at lU. All .members of the To\\n nm Country club weie picsent at Ino liarcy guen yesterday nHcrnoon by Mrs. O W. McCiitchen at her Home. Summer floweis rtccoialcd llic rooms \\heio biidgc \\.is plnycd Mis C, P TucKci was high scoiei and Mrs O G Cniidill. sccom Jiigli. Refrnslvncnl.s wcic bcned Rt. tlie conclusion of the bridge games, * * • Has Fibh Fry fur ADC Club and Gucsls. Instead ot Hie weekly afternoon parfies given for the ADC club members, Mis diaries Umgston Jr, enterlnfapd the members mid five guests nt n flili fry jestcnliiy n\, her home Giiesls were Mrs Albert K. rny- ]or, Mrs John Thomas Scanlon, Mrs Harold Nunn, Miss Nancy Kirshner and Miss Anita Slfacke .rish \\as served the guests on tne IIUMI of the Lnngslon's conn- try hotfio After lunch, bridge was played In rooms dccoialcd with summer flo\\eis High score prize ninoiig Hie club members went to Mrs Jarties 'retry and among llio guests to Aiis Tavlor. The traveling prke was presented to Miss Virgfnla Martin * «" :* t Fcoiple Of This Section Attend Wedding In Halls FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Bits of -• Mostly Personal! SMI Pitev and Mis. Charles f'lkcy Jr., of C'onran, Mo., and E. M. Nolgrass and lieu B'railen of Hnytl, were the guests of Dr j w Hlicdcs yesterday nt, tne Home of Mrs. Mary Phillips Robinson Or Hhoclcs, wlio lias been <jt(l(6 111, is Improving. Miss Alice u<z. of Nashville, 'I want?, camp with a iinme my folks can spell. Last summer they sent a cake an' two shuts to an Indian icservatiou by mistake." unrtrcd cases Uaj's condition Is aid lo bo improved no is the oting son of Mr. and Mi's. C. W. riuton of Manila H L King returned from a short hit lo Batesvllle, Ark, where lie Dctil n feu dayi with Mr nnd Mij, Eel nines Mr King's mother, Mis Dora Kin?, who iiuoniimiiicd him will renmln for an indefinite slay ...... ,,^™.,,g ,„ „„,„ Paul Dauijhcity and \\lfc, Ruby Severn! people from hcio mid Nc " Tljpinpstm Diuigheily and Oseeola were in Halls, Tonn, tfifs aflcinoon for I Mildicd Warre and Mrs D. C. Wari&ii, nnd David rfevclle Nunn, which was solemnized at the First Buplist Church by the Rev. Guy Timiei Di and itrs I H Johnson and Mrs., Fred ,E. .Warren and LTC in zians, lonn, mis """' j"n»'ti ->uu, vim jjurn 01 for the wedding of Miss Dnllin, Te\., Mr nnd Mrs Brisll Carren, daughter of Mr. Dai'S'icrly of Tucson, Ailz, Mr. D. C. Wari&n, nnd David l " Kl Mrs Dft'ltn D.iughcrty of Dal- 1ns, Tex, Mrs J-hn Bird of Detroit, Midi, and Mi and Mrs Ed Daughcrtj' of HaiTlsbinif, Ark., fife visiting friends nnd relatives here Mivaixi Mrs., r-Ted;E. Warren and tor " r P v > dn y s P rl01 ' lo Hielr rctinn daughter, Miss Mnrjorje, attended llomc ' rll °5' attended the fimera! from'here, while Mi nnd Mis L of J ose]>h Wnllls 'Wall' Haiigli- * McDcarimm, M"r and Mrs M E crly ' formei P«icc ofllcci of Mn- 'DMnwnn mi- n,,A M r * IT a Ulla and Big Mko Island, Who died , McDearman, Mr and Mrs. E S .- — _-„ ------ Slvmit, nnd 6!lttlrtl «y '» Dallas, 'io\ C ' w Ti !rt-" ft»rt son, Crihfield, and son, , Rajmond Hurt were plCicnt from Oseeola Miss Marjor'e Warren attended her cousin as maid of lionoi Mrs Crihflelct was one '.of the brides- match and her son \\ns tlie ring bcarei Mr Hurt of Osccola \\ns one of the giooinsmen Mrs M E McDearinnn sang n solo, "At Dawning" nnd n doel mth Mrs A V/Hargctt, "I Love You Truly" Manila , Society—Personal Carl William Tiptrn II, four year old son of Hfr. and Mrs Jack Tiplon of Manila, is recovering rather slowly at present but his improvement is consistcnl He tm- domenl an appendectomy n month ago at the Walls hospital and was returned to the hospital suffeimg from what is termed etliei pne<i ntonia His condition appeared rather grave for;several clays but he seems to be out of danger HOW, Bay Tiptcn was returned to the Walls hospital lust \ VC ck suffering from what has been described as "walking pueuiMnla; 1 a rare type of that disease occurring, hospital physicians stale,, only once in five DANCE BLYTHEVILLB , BACHIJLOH CLUB Preterits JACK STAULCUP 'AND HIS ORCHESTRA City Hall Hon., July 3rd * : FftHS : WILL KEEP YOU COOL ; "''" ..* young son, Van Dorn of Bud was thiileen Sunday and B;o cut the take foi his eleventh annl- MoiKhy. The First, Methodist church of Mnnlla was host to the Mississippi Council nftetlng 'fuesday night with Tommy 'linkci of Bljthoville in chaige cf the busincs-i session. Mi and Mis lion nid Phillips of Horncisvillc, Mo, returned to their home aftei a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs Tom Phillips and Mr. , -"", «' ^liuiiviliu, lenn., arrived today to spend two weeks with Mr. nnd Mrs. Tiusscll Phillips. She was met, in Memphis by Mr. mid Mrs, . PMlljiij: anrl daughter,. Mis.? Belly, and Miss Mary Jeanne Arriick. Miss Phillips loft from Memphis for Lake Lure " C., where she will eiiter camp Miss., will arrive tonight for a brief visit with Mrs. Patterson and daughter, who are tlio liousesuesls Of Mrs. W. T. Ober'st. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jcnfy, and Mrs. p, E. Cooley spent yesterday lii Memphis. •• Mrs, J. \y. Adams Jr/and' son, Drane, will; relurti Snndivv from DyersMiig, Tenn,, where they are spending the week with Mrs. Adams' mother, Mrs. Clyde Drnne. Mr. and Mrs. Famswcrth Black and daughter, Betty, will' go lo Hardy Saturday where llicy have taken a cottage. They will be jiiet (here by Mr. and Mrs. Knrl Kroger and datighler, Jane, of Oklahoma City, who will also spend a month there. Mrs. re. I,, stockett nnd infant son, Darlcli, came he me yesterday afternoon from Memphis. Mr. Slockelt, who went down Sunday, motored them home. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. MeCiitchen motored their daiijhler, Miss .Sara Lou McCiitchcn, to Memphis this afternoon to board a train for Lake Lure, N. o., where she will enter N. • the summer. Mrs. A. <:. Haley will return _. _....„_, -,, t ,i f.^; bill ii Sunday from Dycrsbiirg, where slie has S|x;nt several (lays with her lirblhcr, Tillman Peters. Mrs. 13. , A. liarwen, of Parkin will return home Saturday after having been Die guest . of. lier motlier, 1 Mrs. J. p. Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. 'Stanley since Tuesday. •-. . •-..,.-., Mrs. Frank Greer, who has been quite seriously 111, Is no*' able to be out. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Akin and daughter, Polly Ann, have,gone to Marked Tree to make their -home. Mr. Aklri- will be connected, with the Marked Tree,Lumber""Company and.will.establish a cabinet making business..' They were .motored io Marked Tree by Mr; and Mrs. Earl L;wry and daughter,. Mary, Grace. IJa'rolrl Rosenlhal Is resting well follwlng an emergency operation for appendicitis performed last "iglif, at tlie Blythevilie hospital Mrs. Charles A. Hlndnmh and „•.-.,... - - -- -daughters. Aim and Kay have re- ' Jr - reUll '" ei1 *' h 's mori turned from Memphis where' they Mora l )llis w| ievo E. B. had spent 10 days with Mrs. HWdman's " mas removrid at the " " ....i. iviio ium i-iumps ana Mr. pms ijy Mr. Hindman's in nnd Mis John Ed Mlllei of iWnnila. .Mrs. W. R. Hlndmaii, who' ' Jo " Homcr of Alvln and Claborn Tipton of Moneite aie acationing in Ash Plat, Ark., for fci\ <lajs Rev C O Hughes, pnslor Ci the Baptist chinch In Uicllou, Miss, and Heard Stone, also of that ait>', aic usiting Ui and Mrs, I{ D Robinson of this city. Ml "and Mis I D &hcdd announce the birth of "a son, weighing ten p:«nds born Sunday moining The entire Boy Scout orgnnta- tlon of Manila, headed by Scoul- niiibtei li D Pcmllci, spent their first outing with a hike and nufall- nlghl stay en llio Bi<j Lake ncscr- vntlon. Norvell Lansing and Joe Yales of Blythevilie visited Mi.«M Anita Cowan and Blflha Mae Griflith Sunday afternoon. Alva. J^ilifr, who underwent tin operation In the \Vallb hospital recently is decidedly impioved Last Saturday, Simdfiy and Monday were red letter days for' th- Dcnbmv brother'; Allen celebrated Ins nineteenth birthday Saturday,i . Mr. and Mrs. Jnmcs luiglile An- dcrson of Detroit, Mlcli., are slaying in Manila for a • few da-ys. H Poe of Manila tiairacled b\ibine!,s In Kcnuctt Mo, Tuesday. DXIdic Ashabranner spent Tuesday In Blythevilie. I/nv Cnrnway, assistant su'ncr- \isoi ef (lie senate building of Wii.slnngton, D C mho has bseri In Little takmj the bai examination, iLtuincd lo Manila Tuesday afternoon, ffc was accompanied here by Buddy Thompson of Little nock, who is connected with the' HOLC. Mrs. Eunice Atkinscn has been confined 'to her homo hero for the IMSl few dit)s with a fevci She is reported Improving. A. A Sago and flaughlei, Miss Sally Sago of Pocahchlns, Ark., have returned ts their home alter a, week's visit with Mr. Sago's daughter, Mrs. , 0. W. Tiploh nnd family Mr. and Mrs Joe Aslmbi aimer Of Pontiac, Mich., arc here for a few cliiys visiting' his mother, Mrs. Mury Aslinbrannor. Indian Needs Cash, Gets tl PLEASANT POINT, Me. (UP) — Wanting seme money in a hurry. Horace Nicholas, an Indian, raided a herd of w.ils off Hurley Paint and collected M nosOi—foi which ho received $28 toiinty. TOO I.ATK TO CLASSIFY . parents, Mr. and Mr"s. E." Wells. They were accompanied to Meiii- phis by Mr. Htndman's niollicr, .Mrs. w. R. Hlndnmh ,' wlio' had spent a month here with them Slic returned to her henic In IAS Angeles, after having been in Meni- phts and Blythevilie since October. Mr. and Mrs. Bfves Allen will 'go to St. Louis this weekend tj visit Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond f'owler. Mrs. Allen nnd Mrs. Fowler are Lure Camp for Girls. Mr. nnd Jfrs; W. D. Clininblin' and sen, Bill, will go lo Hardy Saturday where they have a cottage at Hlo.Vlstn. Mrs. Cliainblin and Bill will spend a month or six weeks there while Mr. Chambll'n wilt spend the weekends willi thein. W. D. Chamblln Sr., of Sardis, AOss., who lias been visiting Ihem here stiice Friday, will spend Ihc first weekend with them. Mrs. Josiah Fort and daughter, Nancy, of Clarksville, Tenn., will arrive t*night to spend a: few weeks iiere with Mrs. Port's mother, Mrs. T. J. Mahan, nntl faniiiy. They were met in Memphis l>j' Mrs. Fort's sister, Mrs. Ross D. Hughes, and family v Mr. and Mrs, Hughes and son,' Ross Dillon, motored Miss Nancy -.Ann Hiighes to Memphis from Micro she went to Luke Lure, N. C., to eater Lake Lure Camp fcr Girls. Miss Annie Morris cf Charleston, W. Vs., arrived yesterday for a two weeks' visit with her brother, Harvey Morris, and family. George W. Bat-ham *ns a business visitor in Little Rock yestcr- Mrs. Everett B. Gee nnd son, E, B. Jr.. fetiirried this morning from 1 his nde- --- „ Methodist hospital..yesterday. He is resting well, but will probably be confined to his bed until Monday. Amonj Blylheville people in DeWitt yesterday for the "funeral of John Wesley Blythe were: Mrs. Virgil Greene aiid daughters, Misses Elizabeth and Evelyn Blythe Mr. and Mrs,: J. M. Goad, Miss Lcla Blyfhc, Mrs. Charles Crigger Jr., and/Jesse Taylor. Thev were ..-.- , „..„ Olla Tuwlcr a , D , accpinnafiied by Mrs. C. J." Fleet- sisters, They will be accompanied I wcod of Memijliis. Mrs. E. E. Hur- homc by Mrs. Allen's mcthcf Mrs I? 1 " an<1 < la "eliter", Mrs. Jesse Tay- Alice Womack-, who lias b"ei/visit" i ' • MrS - Bnn proft Terry went Ing Mv. and Mrs. Fowler. :-. .'; ; ,ovor Monday night. •Miss Mary ivances Stacy -Mr ', ' ~' nt^rt S.f.-^ T71.._..l. f. , •*• ' • I _ ' , -^ '. ' Lone Oak Club Plans Fish Fry On Holiday Sfcmuers of the Lone Oak, Home Demonstration club and their fam-. Hies will have a lish fry at Annorel Lake Tuesday for a Fourth" of July celebration. Husbands of the 33 mc;nbers will" Miss Cleo Vaughn Weds Mr. Hugl! West COOTER, Mo.—Of interest here is the riiarriage of Miss Clc'o Vaughn, formerly of here and now of Memphis, to Hugh West of Memphis, which occurred In the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mis. Albert Vaughn, at Brazil,, Tenn., Sunday afternoon at two o'clock. The ceremony was performed before ah improvised altar of white gladioli on tlie laiyii of the Vaughn' home. The liev. Mr. Baker, pastor of the Braul! Methodist dmreli, read tlie service before members of the immediate families and a few friends. Tlie bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a white crepe street length dress de THURSDAY/ JUNE. 29/1939; signed full skirt. She wore for n (wo 'weeks' trip to N6w York City. They will go by way of In- dlnnnnblis and Pittsburgh- and re'•in\ by way of Baltimore and 'ashlngtdn. ..'.;•.. Mrs. Viola Weal, of St. Louis, is v silme; M/ss Ruth: Blyt'hc arid other friends and relatives here for several days. . ' Spurgeon «')iitc accpssoiies and a corsage of Talisman roses. She was attended by her sister, Miss Frances Vaughn of Georgia, maid of honor, who were a jMsle! blue chiffon dress, and Mrs. Fred Vaughn of Brazil, bridesmaid, who were n p.tslel green crepe dress. Both attendants had corsages of gardenias. Fred Vaughn, of'Brazil, brother of the bride, was Mr. West's only attendant. Mrs. West, ivlio lived here for n number of years, was salutatorlan of the 1933 graduating class of tlie Cootcr high school. Since her graduation from the Memphis Sdiool of Commerce, she has been employed as bookkeeper for tlie I'ircstone Tire and Rubber company of Memphis. Mr. West, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. \Vest of Belzoni, Miss., also attended the Memphis School of CHTUS AND FEVER -Here's Relief From Malaria! Don't let Malaria torture" you! iJori t. shiver with chills and hnrrl with fever. -At first sign of Malaria, take Cloves Tasteless Ghill Tonic A real Malaria medicine. Made especially for the purpose. Conla ha tasteless qumldinc and iron. Orovc s Tasteless Chill Tonic ac- fe'fc_^^ "«'•««, InAfft tnc frcczinc" Commcicc, He Is connected wllh the Memphis Ste.ini Laundry, .Following the cereirioiiy, Mr. aiid Mrs. West left on a wcddfrig trip through (he sbutlierii suites'. Upon their return, they will be at hoine at 235, East Street, Memphis. ..The bride's brother, Lyn n Vaughn, and Ralph Jones and Miss Plorine Walker, all of Cootcr, attended Hie wedding Ten Years Ago Today June 29, 1929 Mr, and Mrs. Sam Wilhlte of Anndnrko, Okla,, who are visiting relatives here, were given a bridge party last evening by -Mr. anil Mrs Ernest Roc, at their home on Ifcarn street. Misses Mwgarct Keek, Mildred Mo:re, Mary Alice Taylor and Martha Lee }inl) left today fcr Hardy whore they will attend a wimp for girl scouts. ^jMrs. J. F. Parks, formerly of this clly and now of Omaha, Nebraska, is visiting Mr. and Mrs Wall6r Rusk for several •days. : MrsvLou Echols will go to MCIIH i phis today where she will i» em . [ ployed by; the AmerJea'n F 0rk «., Hoe Company. The Golf Course a I the rilvrhpl j vllle 1 co\in(ry Club wlil.'bo'opened • informally next Thursday, (| le Foviflli of July, it ivas announced last )i!,7ht by BvercU' D: c eo ' backer of tlie, project, plans for a spacious club' house have been ftcl pared, and Mr. Gee says that as scfci'v as a siibstantfal in'emlrerelili) is a'ssiired he will proceed with iis construction. Read Courier News want ads. 81,209 MALARIA Oases r'c'ijortcd in tlin U,-S. In 103BI DOiV't DKI.AY! START TODAY with COO Checks'ria In £ov<m Oays. 666 nf, i -i ,S™ iot Malaria and swear b y.i<-. Pleasant to take, too. Even chiltlren take it without a whimper Don't shiver- and burn. At Malana^: first sign take Grove's Taste- £ss Chill Tonic, .ft all drul/torts. Buy iiie large size as it ei5es Voii much more for your money/ J ' LADIES' WHITE SLIPPERS .Also Tim & White, Black & White, Bpig'o & Brown, Sizes' 3 to 10, WMilis AAAA to ER. 95 $095 $ and FORTUNE OXFORDS FOR MEN White, Tan & White, .Beige & Brown, Gray, T.i'ri, Black. $^95 Plain or Perforalcd Patterns, Sizes., 6-12', A to EBB. Ladfes' ... Children' $1,95 $1,50 POLL PARROTt SHOES FOR BOYS & GIRLS THE FftMSLY SHOE STORE 312 W- Phone 23t fish -early before the noon m'cal is for Snlc Wild Oobsc Plums. 20c Gallon. \V. Alley, North Franklin. I KNEW YOU'D LOVE THIS TEA.MARy! THE SAWOTH, RICH UPTON FLAVOR A1AKES SUCH GRAND ICED TEA! IT'S SO COOLING AND REFRESHING! VES-IT'S THE MOST DELICIOUS TEA I EVER TASTED. AND TO THINK IT COSTS LESS THAN HALF A CENT A GLASS! ;'S«ripl Sl-00 • r - , , . 10:00 Plus Tax 'til* TTERE'S why Uptons is Ameri- 1 - 1 ca's most popular tea "';.' 1. \Vfirlfl-Fanions Flavor — smooth, lull, rich,, delicious. Z. Tender.-Young Leaves—and Ins- clous, flavorful buds—gives-extra fragrance and bouqiict. ~ 3. iMslinctirc Blend—wilit choice teas from Llpton's own Ceylon gardens. 4. Kconomlcal—you use less Upton's per glass—It's so rich in fi&vor. Apptovj J by CnxaS KoMietseplij (1*1 "RfFR^HFS' BOOTERY'S Semi-Annual Clearance -SALE- AllRice O'Neill Shoes FORMERLY AT $8,75 NOW s«8S ALL SHOES At Sfi.50 and 5R.R5 Now ALL SHOES At ?5.85 :intl SI- 1 Now Our Semi-Annual .Clearance'Sale marks yoifr opiiortunify (o buy really fine, Rice O'Neill shoos at great rcnuclions in price. Don't' .delay! Come in no\v while our stock is com- ptclc'.- ALL SALES FINAL ALL SALES CASH mrrsaraiS END 90'* 108" CHENILLE SPREADS .. . Beautifully Fattened M™ S T' ICeab!c shecl!I1 §' Rcmcmbei-—these spreads ARl 7 , NOT Dip Dyed . . . They are VAT DYED, guaranteed fast' colors Ono dolhir raiys (he most amazing values in'shoes fliul you've ever seen. We're CLOSING OUT over 1,00 pair nf worni'li's arid misses' novelty summer dress slipifcfs and sport oxfords. Hurryf $ 1 MILLINERY CLOSE-OUTS! . ..One big assortment of " vT summer straws. Reduced to clear! ....„•: ... . . .- MEN'S ALL-WOOL SWIM TRUNKS,... fe 34 to'42 • We ve reduced ihese to clear! '.. • p t KIDDIES; SUN SUITS ... Nicely Tailor** printed broadcloths, foul miss llns value.! . ','.., 44c c 10c -EMMANTS Hiinidreds of yards o( ... ,. remnant's frorti o u r regular line of firie quality fabi-ics. You'll find spunM-ayons sheers Ti 1 Em 1 " C A€TLSl n ^[^f EDt)CE[) t0 ^ MERi ^ FRACTION OF ' GROUP oi Men's BROADCLOTH PAJAMAS . . .Fast Colors! Drastically reduced to clear! ....;..:'..!:..... ..:......: ; ...'.. MEN'S SHIRTS.and SHORTS. . . A'spccial purchase lo\v priced! '•'" " u ltlUSLIN • ' ' J" sl recciv «l » "«» sliipmcnt. (.1 VALUE PRICED muslin ! ........ , .......... ;,; . . .; Yd C 9c

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