Peasant Mode (Clubs iMeet 1 * The bridge clubs meeting * on ^Thursdays had thglr usual ]>artles 4hts week, several of them niak- ~iJig plans lor not -haUtig (dirties aftel next week while the Mld- "Week <club disbanded last 'week uf'tll thc fall season opens. Mrs Riissoll Phillips entertnin- co> the Thursday Luncheon olub when Mrs. Joslah Fort ol Clarks- villo, Tenn houseguest bf Mrs. T. J. Mahan, was the olily guest. This was a 1 "reunion" with Mrs. J, A Leech back from a live months world tour nnd Mrs. Port, aJ'fprnrer'member,'also there. Mrs. Beech: woir.Yirst and Mrs. -C. W. Afflick, second hio.h In the bridge games which followed 'lunch. Tills club 'is now minus one member, Mis. Ma<c D. Miller, who recently moved to .Helena. All., of the members attended thc Thursday contract Chita •which met at flic ,'iomo of Mrs O, \W. McCutcheii for an afternoon party.,, Swectpcas and olliei 'garden flow-ore decorated the living loom wheie cards wcye played.-Mrs, G. G. • Cnurtlll won thc prize,-/lingerie.' The hostess -served a salad'plate. This club loses Mrs B L Bradley, who moves to.Lit tie Rock within a few days. .The Thursday- Bridge eliib met •with Mrs lliram Wyllc nl her country -home at Promised Land Besides the 'members Mrs. Wyllc's mother, Mrs. 0. P.'."Lawrence, of Jnckson, Miss., Mrs. P. L. Bugler, Mi5 C H Willcy Mrs. J. W. Adams and Mrs. 'Henry Humphrey were guests. Swcctpeas Iroin her garden, "were used lo add a colorful no'lc to the house. .In,the bridge games Mrs. Charles .L/ AVylic won a pottery wise for high - scone, guest high prize, , a pottery bean -pot, went to Mrs Englei, nnd MJS "Lawrence was given n notlery bean pot, A sea- foo<T'.-«ila<l plale wits served with iced tea. Have I'icnit:. The rue classes of the'Young People's (fonarlmcnl of jhe First Baptist chincli, (fiitcrtnincd members of Ihe 1930 ciltss of school and college students wilh a flsh Try on .the jbanks of the Mississippi river last night. Tlie eighty young people who allotted enjoyed watching "the :moon Us? over "the."river, and after the supper hour they sang songs mid plajcrt games Receives- Honors - " .. Miss Fay Craig, ^youngest sister ol Mrs Wnlter Limsfoul, Js grncl- •uallng tonight, .from tlxe State Teachers college at,. Memphis. Sjhc ubn several 'hlgll' lloliors this year. Mazarchc; Wonicu Mecl at Chm-cli Tlie Hcv Harmnn Holt led the business" meeting.of .the Woman's , ~~~ Missionary Society of tlic First LUXOra Girl First Ohui-ch of the Nazaronc Thurs- • ~ .. ~ day afternoon, nl the church. There wore -17 present. Mrs Marriage Licenses -Issued These marriage licenses ha recently been Issued from tl •Blythcvllle office of the count court clerk. Ha. „.,„„„,„ Miss -Lillenc Freeman, both , 0 i Armorcl, Elttn Austin and 'Miss Maxie Forshee, both of here; He W .. -w.»»*(, inuvui, both of Dell; Gerald Castner and Miss Ralond Odom. "both,' of Man Hejny Carter .mid Miss Vlv . .'/^Wll.lnbv. • .1 LI ' . - .. and Bits of News Mostly Personal . Outlier Cillbow, oi l.nxora, Is ;i iwllcnt nt t| u , Memphis li;i|itist hcspitnl. Clcrald •Hacktjt, n[ Kclsur, has l)con ndniiCtiid. lo tlic Mcm|ihl> G |AY peasant fashions' of 'me Austrian Tyrol inspired this! charming two-piece dress of per- 1 matiently shrunk linon. The hem ' neckline and slccyes are rmishcd lyilh interesting' sawtoolh ; trini- wmg. II s worn with while shoes ; nml a.lyrolimi typo hat with strands of-colorful co'rd. "' ' (from Peck & i'cck, New Yo'i'lO Homer McEntlre nnd Miss Stella Reynolds, both ot Manila; Hubert Hlllhouse 'nnd'Miss liylvln Taylor, jo|h...of Miinlln;; Ben M:-Rushing, Ot \Qx_r6M!-. Miss.;,.iu.it!., Miss., IJorq- thy v'Slill, of Memphis;. "Alfred' Biggs Knd Mrs. Eva Mnrllji. both or Luxorn; Albert Thompson and Miss Uertha UrnUcn, both of Holland. . . Walter Riley, MIS Hither Ty' LUXORA, -Ark.'.— Miss Babe ' WREO Sunday afternoon, May .M. She sang "Tormented; 1 Miss Hires hns sung-many times vc over KLCN. lie •in: • Jjj Demonstrates Geography Text at State College li <W"nmT' Mte Bclltah' Sin" , M '' S ' U *' m «"~™"™. tocher hi ids, both of Mnmla John Wr<v S L "" 8C sclloc1 ' ls '" J°ncsboro lay, rtemmistmthiK the teaching n new gcoi>mp'hy nt the sum- mcr session of Arkansas Slate '»; college. This book, which hns recently --». --. ..... M i.ilft* Vl\ cnllders," "both of Dell- Andrew ' "'"^" "»-> n-ucniiy Barnes and Miss Flossie Goznins , . ' ndo l ll «' *V the state to be bolh of Manila: 1, F. T..mh n .f -...4' '""Shi In the fonrlli crnrti. II..E bolh of Manila; L. E.-Lawnoi- . Mrs. Mary "Williams, both of Manila; "Robert Mlddlebroofc and Miss Arnctt Lcdbetter, both of Roseland; Doyle -Medlin and Miss •" Bonnie Evans, both of Carnthcrs ' Wfsl 1]1 <lics •ville; .Kinnara Walters, of Leach- ' ~ vine, and Miss Vessic Bee 1 -Gaincs : 0 ( Hickman; Buster-. Gray .-ami' Miss Lucrctia nansom," both ot here; Arthur c. Walker, and Miss: vera Blanche-.lirangle, both of Osceola; Herman A. Lama aiid : MBS Anna Buchanan, both of •uth Bryant, both of Claude C. Stanficlfl h'» f Fxlna slalc «P. both ot here; Aves Dcnklns nnd Miss 5f l J™. Seri ? tt ' both "of Manila-; Randoph . sondHn. .and Miss: Rachel Baker,'Iwth of Armorcl-i thc ,,'" " IC "irce years. Named for an Islnml In , u,,, ,,— \j ^ IllUi _"!L 3cvillc 'Spnlro" oranges." - the made . EKS A -SPECIALTY Work>nc»t, cheap & -quick Veterans Service Work All Kinds Blank. Forms Curfis J. Little KEEP PUMPINO, DAISY- ITS CQODPURE MILK FROM CRAIG'S DAIRY THAT EXTINGUISHES THE FIRE OF POOR HEALTH ' /AND -Hale BWg. * HOT CO1FFEE SURVED WIIKRE IT'S COOI.i Have your mltf-iuornlng cnn In the ATTt CONDITIONED Coffee Shop at HOTEL NOBLE FOR "DISTINCTIVE' BEAUTY SERVICE Call 1C6 MARGARET'S ' BEAUTV SHOP Ingram Bldg. .ik'ii l.evy, jr.. wio tiitciuls the tJHIvcrelty of Illinois, Uminimlgii, h siiendliiu n few days with Ills Inlltcr. B. H. Levy, lie will relurn to Mcniplils' Sunday to spend scnw time with his sister, Mi's, MJUon ^i. Alleiibe]-^, • Mrs. W. \i. McFiii-lmid and r. Miss Gvnc'c, JIIK! MK-w.s Murllyn nml Ellyalietli llnnictle, •e»t to Wclncr, Ark., for Jlmmlc cnn nrowiiHi'lil. who l.s to .spend Iho summer wllli Mr. and Mrs. McFnrlniid. Mr. inul Mrs. n, ir. iinm-lilns "111 have as llii'lr (;iic\sls next I .,'eck, Mr. IIoucliliis' .sister, Mrs. I Hell Smith .mid .sun, Sidney, nnd I Mrs. Sl<lncy Smith of Fulton, Mo. 30 Pnpils'Perfect! '• In, AllcMdan'cis For Pasi.'School Year Thirty pupils in the flrsl a x Blades of the Illylhevlllc schools made perfect attendance records for the -school year 1935-3G ' '• They arc: ' ' CJwitrnl .«-liool:—Charles Ixifecctt irmsi Tticc, Fred Fowler, Joe Sa^ ilba, W. C. Weaver, Hal Thompson, nobble Tiradley, Ploy Ann fiemplc, l.loyd lilomcycr.' Billy Browne, Betsy Uee nuchanan I.urry Shcp:ird, Jcttyc CliU'c HUff- '1KIII Sudlmry school: —Hobby Brad- «linw, Billy Hyde, Jack Marsh Mhynnrcl 'stiles, Doris Pliiklir Nancy Hughes Hilly Schmuck! Elmn Hij|)|)L'r, Jaseph McCJurc Virginia Stiles. Langc -school: — Phils Hardy, Oericvn Sam|)le, Marjorle Rimer Haywood Hardy, Burclctlc p Chlsm| Mnry Lou Heath, Junto:- Crpuu'h. Mrs. L. sen, Miss. II. Lawroiice.- of .luck- \ in (ii,, guost of her (lauuhler, Mrs. Hiram family. Mrs. a. Ohlentloif, of Wilson, 1 hns uecn admitted, lo the Baptist i hosplliil i\L Mem|)))ls. • I Mr. nnd Mrs, Mose Stover, ol Stcdc, who have been camping »t Slovcr Ims (! ojic hack, liowcverj for a few more diiys of hunting nnd nshlng. I Mr. mill Mrs. W. B. Thompson Luxora Society — Personal Mrs. J. c. Spann, of Mcniphb, has pecn in Uixoru fhis weclc.'look- •1'ig after her farming Interest. ' day mini Tuesday -of tholr •ilriugh- ter, Mrs. a. H. Oathings. Alrs ' EmBSt Dll '" as »'«> <J«"&"- tors, Margaret und Peggy, arc vis- in.. .__ ,-, . _ r. •" V| ' itUM- ii brief vlsll. •Miss I,!im-u Halo hns returned from Columbus Miss, where she hns been nttcmllng Mississippi State. College for woman, •"Mrs.' J. II. Smolhernmii Is,111 at her homo ncnr rtrmore). Mm. W. ,N. Williams and Miss Bob Williams were In Memphis yeslcrdjiy. Mrs. ,J. T. Phillips, M,rs. c. E CrlBB"' »"<! Miss Lcln Blythe »'ere in Memphis yeslcrdny. Ecldlc Salllm will leave tomorrow for niilon lioiigc. La., where ho Is lo visit for a purl of the C. C. MoPiill and dnughlcr, Helen, of Prorlii, ill., rotiii-ned to loir home yesterday after spond- K ten days W ll), Mr. u'nd Mrs n.-H. McFnll. . , . • U •!!. McPi\ll ;hns relumed homo after .s-pcildlni; thrub \vcck>! - Ilaytl. • ." ..,..• Mr. . und. Mrs. Mutt niul daiiRliters -sponl v^on) Memphis with Mr. Mmiac'iian's mother. Miss Lillian Moore, of Wilson Is the Biicsl of her sister. Mrs.' Mrs. James T. Rnmllc nmi son; .lames T. jr., 'nave retin'iied' home •ftfler a vlsll'of two weeks with Mrs; Handle's -pnrchl.s, Mr. and Mrs. Bibb, of Hoonevllle. Aik. Mrs. Ran-: dls's -slsler, Miss Josephine. Bibb, accompanied her home for a Ion Air. and Mrs. George Crivddock have arrived in .uixora Irom.Hum- bold t, Tcnn., lo make 'their-home and are occupying the hoiise m- calcd % il'nc Sum Bowqn-'fauilly, Mr. Craiidock will .K;ipcrlnlejirt--the new toinalo canning .'.plnnL'' '••''"' Seolt Lucas, of 'Kllgore, •' 'I'oxas' Is visiting his parents'. Mr. ana.'Mvs; Will Lucas, for Ion ;davs. -.He \vks a visitor .In Memphis Thuvsitay- iiJ- lei iioon. accompanied -by Bob ait- ; , Mrs. joe Hires attended, her club By Helen Welshinicr '"pllE tilings that 1 like I Include clean sheets; Street tamps shining Oiu-lly streets. ' _ : T ITTLE toys who " Arc ; )!lJic and'sturdy; A How cart AiHhihuvily-gurdy.' • l_1 AiF of a moon, .*• * And Chinese leii; And Ihcwny ihatyou looit When yotj-smile'iit ma. FIUbAi',.JUNI3.5, i93(J Children of Confederacy Will Meet Here in Slate Convention Ernest ilTRfliet MoRift :\vns III!- :onday py nnd Edwnrd H. W. Uutlor was'host lo lils Sunday school class Thursday night i'll!e, is spending' tin; week with' tier aunt. Mrs. George Carney, and , Mr. Cnnicy. EUBCIIO -Mitchell, son of Mr anil Mrs. Roy ' Mitchell, Ls til from I malaria at his homo'at Promised I : Mrs. o» p. Lawrence of Jack- Son, Miss., ami sons, Elicit and Malcolm, of Grenada. Miss., lire BUfSls of Mr. nml Mrs. Hiram Wylie. Mi-.s. Lawrence is Mrs Wy- He's mother. Mr. and-Mrs. Prcd Ruthci-ford and son, Prod, were in Memphis Wednesday. Picsldent v Franklhi D. -Hooseyclt. began -his • philnlcllc -collection when lie was 8 yciirs old. anfl it Is now 'believed to be due of 'Ihii; most Vnliiatitc collections'Of In Hie United States. Ciimmings and Lyman to Attend Darling Banquet OU'J Ctlo Cummlnes. deuiilj' state 'game warden, and E. B. Lyiuari of this city wore lo motor io Memphis this allcniooii to at- lend a banquet to be given lit lh? Hotel rcnbody loniglit in hc-nor of Jay N. "Dine" Darling- former chief of (lie United Stoles' DnrcHi'. of Biological Survey. Dnl-lhig was In Memphis (o cpeak before the iiatiounl convention of thc Junior Chamber of Commerce today. He is one of Iho nation's ioremost conservationists nml n widely taioivn artist nnd orator. It took. 10 years lo complete'the Capitol at Washington, D. C. Avoid fatigue and nervous irritability • in your cnildrcn by lottiiiK them drinlr plnntv of DELICIOUS, P'RESH CRAIG'S MILK,. Bakery Specials Al.l, DAY - - T'RinAY.vgA'rtlUDAY & SUNDAY KliCh ? : Q t i Ba. 0 flfl'CGHNUTS Doxon ir PARKEUHCUSERGM LABGE FRI3IT PIES COOKIES Iff ~~' • -~*r~*^m^ •Oafmonl nr Coconut Dozen _!___ __^_ •Specials for ihc 'f'liuicrcf/ Hour" 5 to 6 p. in, ' tnday, Saturday & Sunday < I.ATCGE PR-17IT, KaH, " 19( , SM AM, 'COCONUT. KiK'lr ,, ' PARKERHOUSK, Down''.'.'. s,. !, Dozen tic Sc •»> vy*ji^nj l-,l|rtltN, IJOZCn ... DOUGHNUTS. Dozen \...-.'... * CINNAMON ROLLS. Oown ^ LIMIT—2 EACH Blytheville Baking Co Listen to the Hiilcrcf Trcgram Over Kl.cx . n *jj "...,, The Children of the Corifedei- ncy, Arkansas Division, will -hold llicir fourth annual convention here Thursday, June 18. Mrs. James B. Clark, stale director of the group, Is .general chairman for the convention with Miss Evelyn Smart, president of the -hostess chapter, as assistant chair- jnnn. The convention business sessions will be held at (ho Hole] Noble .witli registration lit 10 o'clock Tlie welcome addresses and re- b|»nsc will be followed by. » luncheon at tlie American Lesion hut, with mcnibcis of 'the Elliott Fletcher chapler of tlie United Daughters of the' Confederacy as hostesses. The business session will begin nt ,i;30 o'clock with Miss Lcnora nolllon, -of Hope, state president presiding. Division ""officers ,,win make Ihelr reports and the -election of officers will be held. For the proBi-am Miss Jeanne Harrison will vendor a group 'of vocal TDlpclluiM, Miss Snra -Lou Mc- ciitclicn will give n song anil diUicc inimber. "Miss Evelyn Smiu'l \ylll play piano fielections, Bobby McHaiicy will give 'the Calumet dunce given for the rccont Centennial pageant here, assisted by George Hubbard, as tlio tom-tojii pmyer, and other "warriors." .The afternoon .session will be follon'ctl by ,1. sivimmiiig nnrty and wiener roast at the home of Miss •Martha Jane Cartwripht, of Osce- oln. Tlicre win he a dnnce Hist night with' Harold Sudbiiry nnd his University of Alabama orchestra Uoniersville Society — Personal Miss Irene McCalcb and MLss •Ruth Koiinett, who arc attending "(he summer session at' Arkansas Slate College, Jonesboro, spent (he week end here with their par- oi.LvMr. and Mrs. R, M. McCaleb and Hr.'and Mrs. A.-v. Kennetl: Mi. and Mrs LInde)l Hagley re- lunidd to their home at Lilbourn Ja«t. ivcck n/tcr sp'enclliiff two weeks,.with Mrs. Baelcy's pmelitsj "Ml "und Mrs. J. .'p.'Matthews. 'John Dean, mannjjcr of tlic East Arkansas Linnber Co., left Wednesday for Little Rock, Ai-k., to spend a few clays on business. Mr nnd. Mrs.-. Carman" Blnke- more, .of. Jforfcird; 'O.. Lee Bailey Blakemorc,' of .St. Louk, Mrs. E. n Blakemore, aiid son, Jinimlc, of Flint, Mich., were guests Salur- day of Mi-, and Mrs, Charles F. Kirkman. There was a community meeting at thc Methodist church Monday evening In honor of Mr. anil Mis W. R. Sewell nnd family, who left the next d.ay for Pair Dealing, Mo. Mr. Sewell Ims been superintendent of the Horncrsvllle schools for 18 years. Supper was served to 15 guests.. Solon Davis si»ke, cxiJicsbliiB the leai'cl of all present at the departure of the S'ewells. Town to liar lloboe.s PINDLAY, , O. (UP) - Hoboes caught in Pindlay will get the "bums' rush." Police Capt. Robert McNutt has instuicted scout crews to round up till vagrants,' lock them in the oily Jnil for one day ci> a bread-and-water niet, then escort them to the city limits. KLKCTKIC A ~AciH r VUiNK ~~ WELDING A'f BEST PRICKS PROMPT SERVICE Karksdale Mfg. Co. PHONF. 19 Us ALWAYS COOL HKCAUSH IT'S AIR-CONUlTIONtfl) —AND KKSIIJES. WE HANDLE THE BEST MEATS 'OBTAINABLK We «lcanin(cc Safisfacliim. One Trial 'Will 'Convince Vou. I'hBK DELIVERY CALL (173 PICKARD'si GROCERY IC-l-l C'lilcknsuwlia Town's Civic Center Rests on Gold Ore LINDSAY, Oal. lUPI-Gold 1ms' been .sti'iick on tli c Lindsay civic Centre site, but gold rushers =nre' haired. As the-gold only assayed $7 to the ton, thc city fathers estimated t the output, wouldn't pay the" cosls .of .putting, the .Civic Center back Into presentable, shnpc after; the gold 'diggers .'finished, work. : An apple contains'about. 82 per cent 'water. - - Capital Loans — arc >n<)f the proper (icld for com- wcrcial bunking •oper.-ilions. C APITA!/ loans are 'those v;hicli -rcniiirn fixed in :Qic 'bomiwcr's business for lone OT -indelinilc ,'p'diiiotls. - Such loans perfoni: (i useful, necessary, ljusiiiess function, but, C)bvioii:ly, are-not the .proper liokl for com-, " : inei'Ci|tl ibankmg .operations. ; .. „, ,. „ .' ' TJiiT 'commercial : bank nuikcs loans of ' •Sliort-tSi'm, w jse'asonal. dwa'tipn, to carry ; •on -current 'business, activities whose ciisli iproeecds 'aTe t'liffieicnt within a spcciliwl '•period 'to n-apny : ihc loan. The daily maturing of suc'h 'loims—and-iipw deposits—1101-- m;ill.V 'bring -in sufficient cash (o meet thc 'dnily -retiuii'ements of depositors and to make 'ft'csli - : loans. :In'-:ul(|ition to commercial loans, this bank holtis conservative • sctnritins readily mar- to table ,?or -cash bn-established •exchanges. Likewise, it 'requires that tlie collateral •for "secured loans be equally marketable. Deposits Insured Uy The Federal ne])osit Insurance" Corporal ion Washington, I). C. SfyOOO Maximum Insurance For Eitch •Dcposiior Farmers Batik & Trust Co. Bly'thcvillc, Ark. HKST DINING ROOM OFPBIJS THE •CHOICKST FOODS ' DINNER 75c up TONIGHT YOU ARK 1NVITKD TO DANCE IN TFIE BKAUT1FU1, BTAJE KOOlA'I MUSIC BY Gil, WILSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA ADM. 75c PER COUPLE HOTEL NOBLE COOLEST S1-OT.1N TOWN! TODAY my 1 PAL NIGHT 2 Adults AilniiKed for I'rirc of 1 All Children—10 C Bosfon Tea Parly— 1936 Model "7Ki ls« (0101 my lomptf." sliouli irale Mr. Boiton. "If you'd tlop fjll. ing for Ifcoso so-cafiod '(rat promlum!' you'd gol bollor lo« for th mona." This Tea is so Good we can't afford "Free Premiums" Thai's n fact. We cnn'l afford lo give you' "free premiums' and at the same lime give you-the finer, more expensive teas (hat arc blended in .McCormick's Banquet Orange Pckoc. For your snkc we'd rather, and «'C (In,-invest (he money In boiler lea. Richer,-sweeter tea that's free from hiller after laste. Extra juicy tea that makes extra cups per pound. Try it. Your money back it you Hon'l agree that, iecd-or hot, it's the best you vc ever used. McCORMICK'S EXmCTS , SPICES . TEAS , MUSTARDS • MAYONNAISE &ii:er Qmtttij ' <J;,,cr £f( n wr |^ll, : ^HEV^HTIl^MfiliM**^F COOO COOKS ' zxkz^^vM^imimi^^ •> ™ " ". - * - ^ys 1 With Frances '!,an«Tor(l . and Sir Guy .Standing .llsn Kllh Krticsf Cn&sart, David Nivcn and Smith Ballew Vrn'll remember these son« hits— "The Kills of Old W>"omni'". "Drcanii,,- Out 'LniKp, "\vi|, L Ever Know?" and "1'alm Spniigs" Sclcclcrt Shorts —Admission— Matinee—10 & 2St—Willi l c Tax Night—10 &,-35c—With lc Tax Saturday Only y/ BUCK v/ ISBACK! • .« ' n James Oliver Curwood's K OC H U L E HUDSON .PAUtKEtlY AlAN HALE C-iilcrn .inii Serial— "I'lash Our- Son" with fitistrr Cr.ibl;c Adin.—Itlaflncc « NlgM—10 •'& Me With "lc 'Tax —Conlinuous ShoM'in^— Sunday - Monday 'THESE TBRHT With iMiriani liopkins, Merle Olicrnn nntl Joel UlcCrwi IVirc They llir. iiinnrcnl violims cf a whispcrim; campaign?. ..wirk- cd !!c3-)\ics «-.iB'Rcil...iMilsnn..a 'H-iiuls fr.slcrcd...ai,,l tlirrc frcr ECU\ ;gny and bran. ..stood on the blink of disaster. raramcin-t \CHS and Alajor Howes airatrtir Tht.it re of 'the Air Adm.— Slalircc I; lilghi— m A . 31c * With lc Tax — Cnnflmioiis Slmnini;— 'lir.KSDAY. JUNE c)_ $150.00 HANK NIGHT! ! !
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