The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 22, 1936 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1936 BLYTHEVILLE, (A.RK.)' COUUIER NRW3 Osceola Sociely — Personal Miss Llllloii Calllcott of Rives. Tenn., will arrive today [or an extended-visit will) her sister, Mrs. D. U. Wertz. Joliu Ketser left yosterdny for a motstli's stay at Montcngle, Twin., »)!<! Caiii|> Unaka. U Ii. McDearmnn, cashier off the Mississippi County Bank, is in Little Rock at a bankers' meeting. Mrs. C. li Drake entertained 20 Buests with an outdoor steak par- Knitting Classes Tuesdays & Fridays, 2:30 P. M. 1109 Cliickusa\vba INSTRUCTIONS TREK ORDERS TAKEN FOR "BERNAT" YARN Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. C. Hnley Phorie 792 NOTICIC ' Tlie following dental olfices will be closed every Thursday afternoon during the summer. Drs. llrcu-rr, Child, Moore and Taylor ty on her la\vn last night honoring her houscguest, Mrs. W. V. Kin? of Orlamlo. Pla. Mrs. Drake, Mrs. King alul Tal Tongate drove to Cairo. 111., today'and spent t'iie day with Mrs. Drake's daughter, Mrs. W. E. Dimlap. County Agent Joe Walker, J. A. Pigg, Godfrey \Vhlk>, and Leo Reel, field representative for E. J. Balz Pickle Co., arc in Newport today attending the district meeting of (he Arkansas Farm Bureau. Mrs. S. L. Gliullsh entertained several friends with a three course dinner at her home, "The Gables." west of town, Wednesday night honoring Mrs. Ann Craft, of Holly Springs, Miss., who Is the giiest of her daughter, Mrs. J. L. Driver. Covers were laid for twelve nt the lace-draped dining table. A col or scheme of pink and M-hite was carried out, using American Pillar roses. In the bridge games that followcd."Mrs. J, L. Driver won first prize, and Mrs. W. E. Hunt cut consolation prize. The honoree was presented n gift. Those present were: Mines. Harry Driver, J, L. Driver. Spencer Driver, W. E. limit, R. c. Bryan, H. J. Hale. J. L. Ward. J. II. Hook, Ray Madden, Ed Qulnn, Ann Craft and W. W. Prewitt. Family Lives in Jail PERRY, Mo.' (UP)— Joseph Mur- |:hy, his- wife and 10 children weri permuted to use the city jail us o hems after Murphy was eyictei from his hoi'se. Now Located at 101 North Srcon'l ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWARD*. 1'roprklur All makta or rebuilt Typewriters, Adding Macnlnct and C»l- culatore— Repairing—Parts—Rlbboni SPECIALS Friday - Saturday - Sunday : AL1, DAY——' ''.-•:•" CAKE Fresh- I-emon Layer 1.QU P1NEAPPLE.WAFERS c 8 CO'FFEE CAKE .Fruit Filled Eiich SWEET CINNAMON LOAF 9 C LADY FINGERS Doz. 6° •-.' •'= Watch for^:ri J - '"'• ^ •' 'The BUTTEREG Hout' •5 to G P.M. Daily Beginning Friday, May 22nd we will feiittnc DAILY a Hulereg Hour. AI this hour we will introduce many new products :it Speciiil Prices. For Friday, Saturday, Sunday From 5 to 6 P. M. Only Hot Debuts, D»i. 8c Hot Cinamon Rolls, Doz ; ;.. 8c Hot Parker House Rolls, Doz. 8c Hot I'lsin Rolls, Doz '..'_ ^IIZ'Sc Cocoanul or Sugar Cookies, Doz 3 C Blytheville Baking Co. rimnc.no. Swedish Premiei Ardent Bowler Lnxora Graduates Receive Diplomas On Thursday Night PAGE TTIBEB . Ark.— 'Hie 20 niMubvrs of tin- griuluiulhg class of the Luxora liliili sclioo) rccolvod their diplomas ni i'nc aiiniinl commencement exercise inst nlelil. Tlio Rev.' Alfred C'nriiciKer, \m(or of the First Unptist elnireli of Ulylhcvlllc. \vns tlio niit'.st siicakvr. MnrBiifct AiMli'i-s, dnughlcr of Mr. mid Mrs. I.', o. Aiuleis, was v«le- dlctorlan. mul her brother. 'Walter, wns snliitntortim. Mccluls went to Q. C. Driver for excelling In sriio- larslilp, linby Hynl for excelling In Kills' iitlili'tlra, and Everett Ki\[ banks for excelling in boys' ntlilct- Ics. Tills wns the lurgest class In 111 history of the school. Fishing and hunlini; seem to bo t|ie favorite sports of most statesmen, but 1'cr Albin Hanston, head of Sweden's Social Democratic liovrrnmont, Bets his recreation at the bowling alley. Hero the premier, who recently celebrated liis Mill birlhcby, is shown nt the Stockholm Newspapermen's How-linn Club, nil set for a strike. Arniorel School Wiii Have Twelve Grades Next Year The Armorel school will have 12 full grades next year Instead of ten grades It has had for a number of years, It has been announced by G. D. Connster, principal. Miss Marjorie Doyle of Osceola. who has been teaching in the Plgijott school, lyis been added to the facility and other .teachers-will take up extm subjects to have the full 12 grades course. Another room will be added to the building during the summer vacation. Mr. Conastcr will also tench iiathematlcs, Coburii Thornton, thtetlc coach, will • also teach ilstory, ML=s Dclln Purtle will in- truct the classes in English, Miss Doyle is to teach the fifth and sixth grades. Muss Katlnyn Grear, jublic school music and foreign anguages, Mrs. Alice Womnck, the .hird and fourth grades, and Miss. rBiierile I Matthews,''. Hbo Miret and second 'grades. "..' ' ' Masons Hold Meeting At Steelc Wednesday Night STEELE, Mo.—Masons of t'ne Pllty-nvst Missouri District met school nuditoiiimi here \V«l- ny nlfilit. '1'here \vi\s a liii'KC ttcndancc. A bniniiict \Vns served y the Eastern Slur of this city at :aO. Atty, lioy W. Ilnrpcr of ileele mill Ciu'iithcravlllc was in hiirgc of tte meeting. The following pvosrnm was gtv-' n: 0:30, registration; 7:30,' dinner erved; Invocation, Rev. W. L. foyer; toiislmostor, Atty. Roy W larper; welcome address, Rev. M. A. Mnssey; response; song anil :ance, Gloria Mae Ymtrough and lownrd liamra; piano solo, Olga Cotiry; vocnl solo, "By the Bend ff the River." A<ldlc Mae Palter- on; reading. "Johnnie Hears tlic Contest," James Alton, vlckcry; vo- al solo, Mrs. Newbcrry Johnson; ance nmnbcr, iscttle ornet. solo, Warren ress, Dr. Charles H. Moorlon, Cnpi' gun K • Medals Arc Awarded To ; Cooler's Honor Students C'OOTEll. Mp.—The following received various ilrsl place honors nt l!l 'r High school tlio past term "'"I received the following awards: !i L ,l:l1s wi'iv awarded I/nilSl! 'klmm, sophomore, uiul Wnyne Coojvr. senior, for best boy imd I M'liolarsli!j> In rhe ciuiiv ™!; Altherah Wnlson and Al- vln lile.vslng (or best, boy ami girl m utliMlcs; JOB Aitolll' In track; \\ayik' Cooju'r mid i.orem- Pounds tot l»t in actlvltk's. , School idlers were nwarded (o Umij,' ik'cklmin, itowciiii Cump- "c.l Wavne Cooi>or, Kvelyn Clark, Siua ,i!iiii,.) i.'i'uzler. Tlii'Ui Joe Hudson, l-'rimccs Vuuglm and Hoslc Wri[;h| [ 01 . uos), j.jgiii sindcnt.s in iiltli school, there being two selected In eufh cluss of hl|;li school. Alum)! Watson, June orlre, Cliusitiie fiurnelt. Uxnw Hums. Jtianltii ijyrd, I'YiuHics VuiiRlm fili'im Mletilc, Joe Av.nlll, Alvln iHi'.isluu, pnul iJlroni!, Ti'uuuni Brown, orllne Mlclile received let- te.s lor honors In baskctbull. lain and family .attended the kic-. Two men 'carrying a sack ol kit-1 Egypt, The big contained 18 ch'lcli- culaumKo service «t Luxora Suh- clien rubbish from n ship Just nr- ens'heads. When Hie olliccrs optn- day. Mlwsos lluby Gamer ami, Hvcil froiii Syria wore stopped by e<i the birds' teaks, opium nomcd Alma lirllllan i\rc mi'iabors of the customs olliccrs at Alexandria, out of each, : class. Mrs. Nt'dl, lonelier of llii> ntlli EYE ST Lepanto Officials War On AH Stray. Dogs LEPANTO, Ark., May 21.' —'As [he result of several people bitten uy stray mad dogs, Mayor c. B, McCleltnn issued a proclamalior that all dogs cither be muzzled or vaccinated. Thirteen dogs 'wer(. killed today by city marshall Jnj May. Wins Contest Award Mrs. H. P.. Bnrnett lias beei awarded n prize of $5 for a state ment • of 200 words on "Why Always Use J. and P. Coats Bes C Cord Threads" in a natioua contest in which 55 prizes, total ing $10,000, were, given. The. J. C Penney store here will also recciv a similar award as the dealer. Jean do Reszke (1850- -1025). whi was a baritone, developed Into on of the greatest tenors of the 19tl century. 1 l\cw Liberty A iari;e crowd nltendrd Hie sliiulni! cinueiillon hero Sunday. Mr. and Mre. Tom Whittle, *ot Wf.il Mi'ni]i!iLs, visited their dmieliier. Mrs. iinnnnn Pilelinrd. snlimlay. Her sister, who liuil uceii visltiuc hui-o u WOP |j i , u . com . IMiiH'd [hem home. J '•'. Hpsiersrai • niul 1'. 11. jar- nut were gnest« of Mr. mid' Mrs. J. W. H|]|icr.son ul lA'iichvllli! 'fnesdny. , Miss Winnie Cope, of Holland, WHS the week end isuest of her IBUIU, Mrs. Ucn Prlchard. mid n\ml!y. I , Mrs. Horace Floyd niul baby, of HlBlilmver, -vlsltcil relative* 'licvc Your Face tells *& Story/ ry onso; Joe Wallace; °7, " ll ' ™kcnil. Wallace; ncl- „,*'.'• '.''i' , r& nmi,. S 151 ! 1 "'" 1 *- vlsltw " Cl ' nwn> wl fll ™ ll « . H of iirardeaii. lo Accompany Band to Poplar Bluff. Event Six members of. the Blytlicvlllc •and will go with the Canithcrs- lltc baud to Poplar uluIV, ^^o., lo- lonow to piny In tile Mardi Gras celebration tliero. ! 'riiuy will be ccompanlcd by their Instructor, R. L. Morris. The entire Blythcvillc band, of 5 pieces, toot: part In 'Hie recent Cotton Cnrnlvnl as a sop rate band. Members yoltig tomorrow are Robert Jontz, Helen LaShot, Amy Ruth Morris, Wynette Sliepiierd, E, "rl. Terry jr.. and John Jlarp. Table Aids In Serving- ^aDDLETO\VN, O. (UP)— Grow- iig tired of the canvcnllonnl "puss he fravy. please," or "some spln- ch.'Vs. H.4 Kitchen, tbiilldei- here, las cpnstrueled an electrically:'op- i ntcd revolving table that requires no more labor tlittn tlic IB; of a button to place any- oii the table In front of your .Mr. :md Mrs. M. II. Gamer mill family, Mr. ami Mrs. J. M Ay- eock, Mr. and Mrs, Arthur lirl't- An Easy Aid \VlitFi For Sluggishness iijiiiiuioti. you tlnu't ivnnt 1i» \\[w\ ynui 1 tlit- s).<lt]ii \\llH (i lirmli b<tnUvi<. You ml t.lli-f Dm h plenannl nii^ v t \.*y . . , i- ^oil Df lelli't you «fi ivllli 1-V. ii-u-inlnl, f -1'lii;!ilful cluwlni; i;un, inxnlhv. FWII- mini lirKlns Itj |!|rns:t:it if/itl n-i KUDU yen Mnrl c1HMvJ]i« Ll, (or Ll.i atojiiEicli- llIlu,s; inInt tirltiH'i ft clrnn, fn-sli Inslu to IflL' tliriUlll. f \jt yr,U CllbVY Will II10 ]n!C\- llvt- hiiiit'ilk-nl ivlilcli 19 nhaolulfly lusjr- «. thv (low ot (llycHtlvc JuIctJi !i lii- crpn.vsl. 'I'fiL- l:i\nUvt> la mlx.'.t wllri UK-HI rml c.ir:I,-d_ IrKu Hi,. Kyatvni pvntly. i-Vcji-n- rtiul H h iioii.hfilill-fMrliiln'f,-! lVli[i«'Tlliioi > i!'f' trie BloiLiitdi t-r.-\ lulu tlio limvcln flclililltl- cnlly lo Jhoronylily irlrurisii out \vnaic. U*JC- tUerit tor linllt clilklu'ii niivt aOulN .S^Iilou inotii'V-d^ek [junrniitL'O, Citnc-roiia (uuilly alze [lackat;o ir« BnJ a'ic. Drs; Wert & Werf OVTOMETKISTS Over Joe Tsntics' Slort- "U'E MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone 510 Pulled, hugg'Til fi-alurcs re- jlcct tlic pulled,hu^^nrd coi;- ditioii of tliosc del ten te eye- muscles, slrnitili;^ tn tlo a job too UIR for them...Snvc your eyes niul save yourself hy re- UcvinR that it nil n. ' J.L. GUARD Optometrist At Ciiiiril Jewelry Slwc The Willingness of a Bank to Loan —is limiU'd only hy llic ftiiuliinicnla! nilos of K'uiitl liiiiililiiK pmt'ticc. I N milking loiins t\ bank uso.s prirnin ily Iho money of oUiors— iln tlu|>o.sllors. AH etis- lodinn of HUH inoiioy it i.s oblifjntuil Lo fib- Uiin ailiiiiiiilc iismiriinco Unit its borrowers ii'ro rospon.siljlt' anil it:i IOJDIH siro snfo, Fnr- tliuhnurc, u Ini'KO |!iivl of a bniik'.s doposit.s ti re subject to willuli'iiwal on tlonitnul anil it iiui.st iilwtiys lntvo atu|)lo t'ash iiviiilnhlc. 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