The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 28, 1936 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 28, 1936
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PAGE FOUR BLyi'IIEVILLE, (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Haiicft Given. A large number of out of (own Eiiesls attended the dance given by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel V. Norris last night nt the country club when they entertained 200 friends ol Misses Mary Elizabeth Boruin and Uetly McCiitclicn, who arc members of this year's graduating class of the city hic'ii school. Miss McOutelwn received with Eddie Siliba and Max Hnlchins, and Miss lionnn with Robert joncs iind Gcorse Diliahinity. Mr. and Mrs. Norris were also assisted in receiving by Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCiitclicn and Mr. and Mrs. Hd- fiar Boruin, parents'of the 'nonorcd guests. There vvns dancing; in Hie ball room, which was decoraled with pink radiance roses in bine vases, and on the ami porch, where fables, lounges and c'ualrs had been arranged. Tile sun room, where some played curds, nnd the bar were decorated wlt'i mixed bouquets of old fashioned garden flow vs. Mrs, w. J. pollard presided nt the refreshments table. Included In the out of town r.ucsts were these: Mrs. Lucy Me-' Ciildien, grandmother of Miss Mc- Culchen, and her aunt, Mrs. T. A:. Medley, both of Campbell, Mo., Miss Marjorfc McDaniel, i-'rc-d Hurring-' ton, B. nrktgeforth nnd Buck Crews of Forrest cily, Pole Robertson Clyde L-amlon, Miss Marjorle Prince, Miss Martha Mcllwaln, J. 13. Henley and Henry Tlpion of Cai ersville, Leon Beaton of Manna- duke, Webb Kclley and date, Max Sturm ami Bridge-fortti Thompson of Hajtl, o. B. Clinton, nlll D^ vMson and W. Denton of Stecle, Geno Lilly, Andy Green. Miss Lorraine Sccoy, Miss Skcet Reese. riob- erlMiis9 nml.iloyt Lorner-of Jonw- bord, Ned and Hilly ayrcs , M | 5S Virginia Smith, Jap Wnltc Miss Martha. Jane Cartwrlght, Miss Jeanette Montague. Allen Segraves •Mmk and Russell OMkls, teldl: Driver, Brett Jacks nnd Basil Se- eravcs of Osccola, Fred Jacobs of Gridcr, Miss Ruth Williams of Driver, Quintal Jerome, Jack Bastin, and Miss LuVndn Boycc of Wilson, R. E. Fendler of Mnnl'la, and .ms cousin. Irving saltier of Brooklyn, N. Y. ' • * • , I'. K. O. Members, Hnsbaiiils 1'icaic Members of Chapters "D" niirt N of the P E O Slstc-1'harnl and theii liuMnnds hid a picnic last evening nt Walker park for the final gathering of these i groups , until Octobei / This online followed the meeting of Chirptei i) In the afternoon at [he holiic of Mrs. II. H. llcuclilns • 'wlicii .14 attended, I'. T. A. leaders, Teachers Complimented Members of the executive board of Uie Siidbury Parent-Teacher Association and the u teachers of the school were guests of Mrs. W. M. Williams jiml Mrs. E. V. Fry 'ycslcrday afternoon, at Hie. Williams home. There were 113 present. Mrs. Charles Hrlglil, retiring piesidcnt offend pi lyer in'u brlol devotional before Mrs.' Williams, the Incoming president, announced her committees. A' plate limeh was served. * * * Club Mods. Members of the Wednesday Bridge club and Mrs Ellon w. Kirb\ and Renkcrt Wetcnkamn. were guests of Mrs. Whit Goodman, o'l J'ompliis, for a luncheon at We homo of her parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. F. D. Smil'n. Red radiance roses decorated ho small tables in the living room where lunch was served and the card games played. Mrs. W. J. Wuiidcrlicli won high score and Mrs. Wctcnkamp second high. t • * Have Hrfakfast I'arly. Mr. and Mrs. George W. liarham entertained three boys of the city 'nigh school graduating class anci Sam Hodges, of the Osceola class, with a breakfast parly today. The local graduates present were Colin Douglas, Elmer Lindsey and John C. McHancy. . Breakfast was served at a table 'decorated wilh-prctty flovvcvs from the Barbaras' garden and each Siicst's place was marked with o hand-made handkerchief. Entertains Club. The Younger Set.Bri'.lgc club me! with Miss Sue Butt Tuesday afternoon ivlieu Miss Elfcilietli Rivers of Elgin. Texas, lioii.seBUes't'of'MIs mull liiilt, and Mrs. Carney Las lie were guests. Garden flowers decorated the living room where the two tables of players hnd riirli- game In w jii c | Mr.s, 'j'. L. Mcllnncy won first and Mrs. W. A. Atnii'k second lifgh. A' and pi>ur congealed sal- ud was .served with sandwiches, po- lato chips mid |c«l tea. * • * Has Chili I'arly. Mr*. Doj'lc Henderson had I'nc Young Matrons Bririijo club t week when Mrs. w. II McCliir' Mr.s. Russell Fm- r were guests, She served an lee course with salt ed mils nlicr the bridge game-In which Mrs. Dixie Crawford won t'n'e prize, lingerie. ifan Picnic. • MI.VS Mary Outlaw, who will leave 1-riciay, had a picnic at Walker park yesterday when she entertained Miss Era Wright. Mrs. Eunice Youiifj. Miss Mabel Hognn and MLss Je.sslc Srlte. Miss Outlaw, wlio toadies In the Central Ward school, will j-o to Little Rock for a visit before po- Hi(r lo Itcctor, Ark,, to spend Ihc summer. Bits of News Mostly Personal Bill Morse, who vns stricken with appendicitis yesterday, underwent nn operation last night at the Memphis Baptist hospital His condition Is good. His father, Byron Mortic, rciurncd home this morning nnd Mrs. Morse remained with him. • Oscar Hardaway is uLlciidlnir to business in Memphis. ; . , _^'j[*. Horace Scrape lias returned to Memiihli after .spending ten days here as Hie guest of 'nor par- cntA. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hiil.sell. TliJ ricv. Alfred Carjionler is In Joiicsboro loilny iillnnding a meet- Ing- Of (lie board of Joueslwro Baptist 'coDrgc. Marcus Kvrurrt is attending lo business in Tcxarkatm. . Mr. and .Mrs, H. H. Allen, of Dallas, 'Itxas, lire guests of Mrs. Bess Godwin, enrtjiilo home after a motor (rip through the north. Mrs. Wnt; Goodman and ilaimh- lomoiTOw after speiullng scv- «ral days with Mrs, Goodman's parents. Dr. and Mrs. y. n. Sinlll). Cecil Cannon has been admitted to file St. Joseph's hospital, Mcm- Ro'bcrt Moore is a patient al the St. Joseph's iiospltal, Mcmuhls. Mi: and MIS. 'fom Peterson, of Long Beach. Calif,, arc gue.sls of Mr. and Mrs. Jinimle I'clerson and Mr.s. Bob Peterson this week. Mrs. John F. l/mtl has returned from Oklahoma City, okla., whsrc 'lie .spent ten days with relatives. MLss Iclc Shcpard In spending a few days In Manila IK l!ie guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swain. 1 The final meeting of the JJIcr.iry department of the Progressive club was in the nature of a D U [ C I, t ,-,, ri t luncheon al the cmmlry home of Mrs, George Blrlngton on Tuesday. Roll caM and discussion of current Mrs. G. n. Segraves led the afternoon program on the V nli'c of city and state centennials as historic reminders and gave the chief features of the Texas cwitoinliil lo be held thi.s summer. Mrs. Joe Walker, In discussing festival cities, gave the origin and 'History of Mardl Gras, mnnilonina 'ilso the Natchez Garden pilariin- igc, the A?.alca trails of Mobile and the magnolia gardens ol Charleston, s, c. The Harper pruc novel for 19,15, "Honey in'the Horn," | )y |),vls was reviewed by Mrs. Dwlght Blackwood; Mrs. J. p. Glascoe was 'luy.s- IVaiil lo C'onk VANCOUVKH, U. C. (Ul'J—Prin- cipal J. G. Sinclair of the Tech- Jilciil School here has appealed to Ihc bouul of Irnslce.s fnr permission to hold cooking classes for )oy studcnis. I.ATE TO CI.ASSll'Y roil KliN'l 3 or 4 UNFURNISHED rooms, reasonable. 511 Park. M-nk-2 1)AV I'KiCUS Kodak' Jinlshins—any size fix roll, finished complete. 3Bc Posl card photographs, 2 for 25o or Si per 'dozen. ; 'Stnm|is, (j for lOc. WyJie Picture Shop .- -Across From Rosy Theatre JUNE CLEARING Wo oiler greatly. . reduce;! prices on IhK flesh 'pill,! and summer mucluindtsc IT clea'r our slock and mike room for innv shipmeuls. One group diesses ilfj to $0.95 value.s.' June clearing §-'1.9.1 , Cne group. $8.75 lo . $10.7.1 Dresses One grorp J10.75 lo $ia.'/5 Dresses, • Jm'ic cleaving $8.75 I o $10,75 All other Dresses ranging In price from SH.7S to SIS.VS. June clearing Si 0.75 and §12.75 AU, RHDUCKl) LACK DttKSSKS Beautiful shipnient Lace Dresses. Style. 1 ; that are (lifTcrcnt. 33i>r> to S10.15 values. June clearing 51.9S '(6 SS.fl.l WASH DUKSSKS Voiles, Seersuckers, Linens, EJ'elcts. Houg!i Cre|ic and D o 11 e t! Swiss, all reduced during tins June clearing. LINEN SU! r l\S S. r >.!>r> lo SI0.75 Stills for .Sl.% ( 0 ?S.75 nlillincry 5(lc, ?l.l!l, $1.<»8 iind $2.05 HAPPYELIEF FROM PAINFUL BACKACHE Caused by Tired Kidneys Sfany of those enawing, r, a ggi nc DatnCul backaches r.ioplc btr\mo ciii colds er strains are often cause.! by Urea kianiys—and may be relieved when treated fn (ho right way. Tho kldneya arc- me of Nature's chief ways of taMng nclds nnd wastes out of the blood. A' ncauiiy person should pass about 3 plnls n day and so get rid of more than 3 pounds of wasto matter.. If thfe 15 rniles o( "kidney mbf s and niters rtoti't work well, waslc stays In the Deny Imil may become Poisonous It may start nagging backaches, W pains, loss of pep aiid energy, getting up nigMs, swclilng, pufflness mvlur the eyes, headaches arid dizziness. Don t let it lay you up Ask i-our rtruggtsl for Bean's Pills "*"i K s fl cc . ei ?.fuHy by millions for ' Smd will help to flush out the u ..„„ Ct kidney tubes. Get Doan's Pll!f. in'.; DismLint On iJm CnrsclK I iO'i Discount On i Silk Underwear SHOES - - JUNK CLEARING VITALITY SHOES \VI)itc, Blue, Brown and Bl.iclc ' 86.75 Shoes For $5.45 J : l ( 'AN(UION SI10KS \VMtc and Whitn and iirown Combinations i S5.50 Shoes ( w $185 i IMOULTRY^ARTLEY SHOJiS v Whilc Only - 85 Shoes foe $4.45 • TAHSA I,-THEAD SHOES White, Brown Ji'nd Black S'J.SO Shoes for ^3.95 Most All Sixes ;ni(i Wirlths' N( Ingram BUIg. 3w Economy Shop "» Hl'lg- v * Phone 051 L L SALES FINAL - - ALL SALES CASH SMALL CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS Osceola Society — Personal elected chairman of the book department with Mrs. A. P. narham, VJce-clialrman. * • » Mrs. j. A. Moraii, of -port Scott, leans,, arrived Tuesday nl s ht for a vlsll with her sister, Mrs. Sam Coble. Liim and Abner On Special Arkansas Progi'ain Friday ,,_.. _.,„. ,„„,, i Linn nnd Abner, the Denial f:rsl Mrs. nank \villlams cntertainerll cltton.s of Pine Ridge Arkansas ree ' ' " ' ' Alka " 5il - s . hrce i;,blcs of bridge yesterday al- lornoon al hoi- iiome north of town. First and second prizes were won THURSDAY, a'lAV 28. 103G , B i«!. C ,T^ iCn I','* " lc * ra '»- Sen-! (rids several Hours prior to u in 4 ^ now " s ?» a '"l Senate actual broadcast. HniMfi \17 f^nt-niiim. i..m 1. » .1.. ,—wv. Hattle W. Caraway will speak from Washington. Ross Graham, NBC singing siiir, Riiss Morgan and his orchestra, and Pat Binfold. fonn- er Arkansan, wl'ii join the pro- eiam from Ncfr York City. Dick • ~* • ""- *viu(jt.-, mKiinsa. 1 *, Powell and Dob Burns will be whose Quark characteristics are heard from Hollywood Lum W a iMUtiJar N1JC network feature,'Abhcr will broadcast from Chica- will present one of their famous I go, III. by Mrs. James Dilver and Mrs. W.! fine" Ridge sketches as part ofi ..u.J^'iT,"' Pl c em ^ l>rte was "IB Arkansas Centennial Celcbra-' ,.v,ai(icd Mrs. nclva Martlnof Kcn-ltlon program over the NBC-Blue ••--= nctt, Mo. Network Friday, May 29, 9:15 )> ' 0( NBC > R » d Harlan Hobbs, piib- Mr. and Mrs. m TeWord and Mr • "'• "•'• . ' 'jHclCy director Of the Arkansas and Mrs. E. s. Sliippsn drove to! The broadcast, which will con i CciUcnnlal Commission arranged M <;'»)»'>s Tuesday i fl mt ,et their ti.HJe lo,- « minutes, will be from' thc . ' lro B™m ; MY. Hbbbs urges all sons. Ambrose -and Joe, who arc I Little Reek, New York City Wasli-1 , tllc slatc lo Scn<l mfs - relurnlng from Gull coast Miiitarviinnlwi, D, c., and Holly wood ' S ? Be5 of con B''atnlallon to [he Academy. Gulfport, MLss. " j CnJIf. The first 15 iiilnule.V writ ^ fl ' om "">•*. particular dis- Mi.s. D. H. Dlackwooil u'ii<i hn^-: orli'ijiate in T.itMo r>«,.u ' i. : >^J 1ZT. ~ Vtll.1, DEUCA'tESStN I.1N Cheeses for all tastes Cold Meats of any kind Fruit Juice & Ginger Ale FRESH YARD EGGS DA1I pickAnu's «KO. & MEAT MARKKT Phone fi73 — We Deliver 1011 jrcl Mrs. D JL illac'kwooU was hos-: originate in I.ittlc Rock hich toss to he nlylUev!lle-uixora-03-1 school auditorium with Harvey c KP "<• I- P, 1 " 1 ' nt llcr llolnc °" ' C " Kl> - dlt>i "" il " of the Arkansas Reiser Aye. Tuesday night. T hs j Centennial Commission as snea'k- fu?o, 0l nr^n? CC ,°!' a ' lcd «'lth a pro- er He will invite the' world-noi. iibion 01 old fashioned flowers from j lo a big exposition—but to visit the gardens of Mrs. R. c. Bryan.- the people and the slate of Ark- William Paisley, a former Ark- i "nsa'V^iow music program director HOT CO F'FEl SKnvEi) witKTtv: IT'S 'ct>T Have your rntd-mbrnihg i[ in the Alii CONDITION I Dining Room «t I HOTEL NOBL TI| , ••*•". jv, \_/, I Illgh score prizes were won Jjy rs. Sam Bowcn and joe Hires of I,i;x- presented Mrs. aims during the Ideal vacation period in Uiir ideal vacation spot, of America. The htgli school band f Itn li-TIIO I. .1 _ . - . .' -.' Yini,, *t it """ l"^ a i--iHva ML.-J. "* *>nn;iivn. ni(j jiiyn 5CI100I hAlld I3eH-a Martin, of KenneU-, M«, K',,O (he KTJ1S burn dance' band ami Mr u,°'! y ° 1IL of town «'"-' sl - i MiM Etllth '"C'ndrlck, radio singer .Mii. W. L. Moore and Mrs u H ' Blnckwood spent yesterday with Mr ! ""' Jlr f- RO.SCOC Htiytlen in Ca-! . ruthcrsvllle, Mo Luring a recent period of 121 months, the Tovycr Bridge of Lo'n- ncn -was opened 5,147 times to permit passage of shipping. l''OU DISTINCTIVE KKAUTY S15RVICI? can ion Crescent Niglit Club. DANC15 EVErtV NIGHT TO THE i\lUS!C OK Johnny Kay and His Orchestra Nine Pieces"- - Dii-ecl From St. Loui.s All lead I n B brands iif Beer, Wines, Whiskeys »ricl Cordials. ^l Cover Charge Only— ^ 60c Thursday and Friday 80c Saturday and Sunday TRY OUR ,'IT iJAlttWCUK TASTY SANDWICHES Cigarettes ?1.25 Cnrtoii On Highway 01, 4 Miles North of St.ilc Line nt Holland ' Most Ilealitifully Dccoraled Clib in Southcasi Missouri Iluhcrt Utley, I'vorH-iclor GEE WHIZ! MAA TO GRABER'S? Of Course She Is-This Young Fellow Is Just Teasing * > For Everyone Knows GRABER'S !s the Dominant Sfere in Blyfte* ville and the Bargain Center ol Mississippi County, ?K;.!f»« 2-D AY SPECIALS."^*-!' 7i)c Valiw Curtain Panels Ifeic is real quality raid value in a beautiful real fine mesh. Panels are -IS inches wide and ii^ yards long, ami Ihey come m soft pleasing ecru that lilends :ra well with- any colcr scheme. rtc;!l 7!)C Value 49c GKNUiNB- HOP!': MIJSUN . NnllnnnUy knmvi), this fine quality blc.iched <io- incstic ir, worth 12',-jC a yard. \ 10 Y«rcis for 85c HKI) TICKING • This !i-ra. HckiiiH is 'rjuarantccd featherprcof. A ciuality \vorlh 25c. '.l^r Yard HOYS' SANFOKI/.W) I'AN'TS I'CDrV'j" in;b r'nttprns, in sizes B to lfl(^ iw yrnr. 1 ;. ThcsO sire \vcrth $1 ii\ any / *\(* stcrc. Special at Grader's * 9 -* CrilUMU'iNTS VOILE DRESSES Sizes 7 to 1'J, in summer Styles, mhdfc of giiai'r.iitcrd fast color \oiles. 50c Vfi !ucs for Nnvdly .::urlain Scrim Special purchaKe <.r a lot, of scrim, some with the new tri-tenr color com- tinations. All is worth 18u « yard., Yard :ili In. Hk-aclu-il 'this is tree fiom starch, yet it lias pl.'iiiy oi 'body .•"id weight. Worth 9v,c a yard. Extra Spec in 1 for these 2 days, al a yard 6c Klvno Unlilraclicd Sheds Note the large siz: of this null c m in e c!. unbleached seamless slirct. In a heavy finality worth 50c, which we feature at Snsh Fine Real nnc marrniisetle. nets etc.. In white, ecru aiv.l novelties. Ynu must so? Ihcm to appreciate tiie hig value nt Pair ]()<•, Silk Dresses A brand new r.hipi.icnt of over . r >OQ r.ilf; di'cssc^ Icr cvciy r.crn:-ion. PU|iic;;, aretalrs. (vashabl? crepes, ticvclly siiir;.^.-, ami many other materials. Easily the most, stupendous "Ir.-y" of thir, two-day sale. Come early and take advanlaRC of inc. selection. Compare Willi Any SS.OS i)rcs s in Town, Then liny These l-'o'r Only $2.98&3.98$"| 98 VALUES 1 Full Pashiofied Chiffon HOSE Gee these beautiful 45-gnr.?c, all silk, full fashioned rinV less ehificn hose mad; 10 sell for 70c to SI a pair, hut these have slight Incgiilnrit- ies which \-j not' affect the wearing quality of the hose. However, they are worth 5D,: of anyone's money. They come in ail new shade.-;. 2"Pairs 79c Cancilcivick Bed Sj>rea(ls In Ihe largo size for riou- hle beds; variety of colors in a beautiful pattern. $1.10 value at S'J. • Ladies' Parasols , Come ii) Hack only, with amber tips and handles. Imported from Japan: Reul $1.25 values. Panel Curtains Marm-icetlc tailored pan- 1 els In ceru only. 40 inches wide and 2 i-« yard loir:. Here is a regular 20;; val- 1 ue for only I8 c While . Hats Come in many .styles. i,-ij silk piques, straws at-i 1 erepLS. Now a hat for ev-'l cry dress, for they're only [ 49c - 59c Six!)!) Genuine Pepperell Sheets Like Sterling on silver, tin- name i'c|ip:rcli ilie' tjesl in sheets. These arc til- ctxrft large size, seamless of ccursc. and neatly lic mma | No* 1 , h5re is a 82c Sun Helmets Men's tropical helmets. made of higlily co-.ii- prcssfd cnmHosiltoii. specially treated 1 3 withstand v.eatlier and hard usoa-jc. Worth 5Jb .Men's Straw Hals dress-iiji. they come tin- noiv finshev, •(•* 1'iiirli front styles 7J»0 ; "»i Si values' '» 49 Glen's Hontj-KoriK Work Panls Fast cclor, vat dyed in 1 three shades, sand, tan and iwwder blue. 81 Shirts tn 'Match 7!)C Work Sliirls Rlne or gray, \uth two large bin ton pockds; coat style with white . bone buttons, stock np .at S3 '°r SI. or Each .Men's Sanforized Wash Pauls In stripes, plaids. cliec\s innibb.HollyRollo.Jand sanforized full shrunk. 'Ail sizes. Worth. $1.50. 9Bc. 72x51 Imiwrtert from lliey are rccrl.n- ues. Buy several low rrire. For ni (iavs only val- Ibis f.vo Ah KxtTKordinary Speciitl Purchase Mens Straw HATS All silk lined, pinch fron and crusher style, in streamline eflccts. in white. Ian. grey and sand. Specially treated straws. Worth $1.5!) and $1.08. which Orabcv's can sell in tills special event at 98c Blythcville's. Dojniiuiiil Store CiiVlain Scfii^ Here Is a lol of scrim, wfcvlh Tic wholesale; in solids, pustcls. ecru. All 36 Inches and \ildr-r. 6c Ladies' llalistc Drosses Maflc by Ely ^r Walker. in an especially attrac-; livt style for summer In i an attractive nattcin. Batiste. $1 valiir. 59r.

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