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TWO BL*THEVILLE. (AfiK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JUNE 8, 193(5 crcletu Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS • Mrs. Hunter C. Sims having Tuesday Bridge club. Younger Set Bridge club meeting with Miss Mary Catherine Martin. Cooley-Brall wedding to te solemnized 5 p.m.. at Cooley home. •Junior R. A.'s in'ccllng • pll ' st Baptist cliurcli, 4 p. m. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Estclle Cooke Vollmer having Wednesday Bridge club. Sunbeams meeting First U»l>- tisl church. 4 p. m. . .'. THUK.SnAY'S EVKNTS ' 'Country club having hamburger | simper. 7 p. m. Mrs. N. B. Menard entertaining Thursday Bridge club. ,: Thursday Luncheon club iriccl- Jnr, with Mrs. Byron Morse. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. G. G. Caudill. Children of Confederacy having style revue. FRIDAY'S KVENTS Woman's Auxiliary meeting at hut, 2:30 p.m. O. E. S. meeting at hall, 8 p.m. Extremes of Style of the Country Chili AmiOnnirs Social Affairs for June. Several affairs have been by the social committee country club for this month.' This week t.lere will be hamburger party Thursday night, seven o'clock, with Mr. and Mrs. Russell rnrr is chairmen ot arrangements. They will be assisted by Mr. ant! Mrs. c. C. Woods, Mr. aiul Mrs. Welch Poster and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Banister. The women will (lo the cooking hnd the men will provide Ihe enlertalnmcnt. Because of lhc dance lor file stale convention of the Children of the "Cc-hfedcracy'Thursday night bt ncxl , Week, vine club has changed .Vnc '.date ot that week's entertainment ^and \vill have a dance r l"ucsday -June 16. The University of Ala :hain'a orchestra will ; play lor foe ^dance, beginning .at; nine.o'clock ^ancl Mrs. Hale-Jackson, Mr. rtiul nvticn the Osccola mcmliers, Mr iMrs. Thomas Florida, Mr. and Mrs. -;Jaiues Driver, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. Trcd Taylor" ]r.; Bruce 'ivy, anil ^ and Mrs. Godfrey While will be hosts and hostesses. Mr.s. Jacksoi is chairman of the committee. S. J. Co'ncn will be master of ceremonies. On Thursday. June 25, Ihcre will be a picnic supper on the porch of the club. The social committee- has ••elected Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Aiflick, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Little. Kir. and Mrs. Byron Morse, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Hughes to plan this affair. * • * Soft Kail Teams Have Oulhij; Sunday. Members ol Hie girls' soflball teams, .sponsored by the Blythc- ville Laundry, Jack AppHcbamh's Coca Cola Bottling Company, and the Nn-Wa Cleaners, had an Giilntg yesterday nt Rcelfoot Lake, 1 Tcnn., as guests of the sponsors. Included in Ihe 90 who went Verc these sponsors: Mr., and Mrs. Jack •Applcbamn, J. G. Barnes and Miss Gladys Mick,'-George Smith. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Fox and Miss tela R«ck. Ray Beck nhd Mrs. R. M. Beck were guests.'Robert Baxter and Jo'hn Alexander were taken as tile guards. '. The trip was made by the .way of Cottonwood Point, Dycrsbiirg and Tiptonville, Tcnn., lo Sunkisl Beach. Swimming, boating and a picnic featured lhc day's enterUilnmqnl .Junior Anibassadors . Have a Meeting The Junior Christ Ambassador Class of the Assembly ol God Church met Sunday wllh 30 present. Jack Woods, a young Bible .student. Is helping-with the work of this class. The. program on June 7 consisted ot several Bible ' questions, n song by Ralph Davis, which .lie. composed, a talk by Geraldine ilryeans on the most interesting thing John saw on the isle of Patmbs.'' Tlie program for. June 14 will be a 'missionary service, with a Scripture reading, and Interesting incidents from the lives of some; great missionaries. Every young, boy s'nd girl from 5 to 15 is invited fo Ihis service, which begins "each Sunday at 5:30 p. m. The goal of the. class is more new members, and 'iO ior licxt Sunday. Miss Bernlce Aikeii is the Sponsor of the class. Bits of News Mostly Personal By the Queen's Dressmaker Eddie Sallba left Saturday for iaton Rouge, iji., where ho has cccplcd ii position for (Ills sum- ner nnd plans to enter Louisiana 5tate University this fall. ' J. II. snowden, of Osccola, 13 a lallcnt al the Memphis Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat hospital. Besselit Randolph, 'of Caruthcrs- 'llle, has been admitted 16 the Memphis Methodist 'nspllal. Mrs. George Morris was taken to .he Memphis Baptist hospital ye's- .crday. '.; 1-c.on Smith Jr. will go lo.WyTvnc Wednesday where he will make ilans Ior his work as junior coun- iclor lor the Boy Scout, camp tc JC held there for three weeks beginning Sunday. He will return Saturday 16 accompany Ihc Blylhc- vlllc boys there. V. P. Sallcr'fleld of Lexington Ky., who Is vlsillni! his sis'lcf, Mrs. I'. J .Mftlian, l.s 111. Hal Moore left Saturday ntglii for Myi'lle Beach. S. C., where he U lo b= employed this slimmer. Miss Belle Whilsitl, who In been In Joncsboro for an extended stay while 'convalescing 'following a major operation performed several months ago, returned 'home yesterday. Daii Uiinkln and Edgar Herrlck left yesterday for a motor tri] which will lute Ilicm to Washington, D. C., New York city, Niagara Rills niul other points of Interest. T. J. Crowdcr, formerly of here and now of St. Louis, was here, for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. H. o. Self and son. Jack, of Mint, Mlc'h., .will.,,, „_, spend this week with, Mr. and Mrs. I , ,, . ,:., o ,-* iv ii r r • ' : •' i »F i aiaeasici-wmi 1 '. P. Powell of Luxora, and Mr.' :irt Mrs. W. U. McClurkln; Mr. elf Is a brother, of '.Mrs. Powell Mrs. Frank 15. Tillar and di'iwh- r, Jean, have rcturncd'frpmSJacki Hi, Tenn., where they visitc/d rel- lives. They were , ac.coinpiuu'cd mnc by Mrs. Tillar's amil, Mrs. B, Bradley and daug'.iter, • Miss ranees. Miss Annette McCulchen, id Buck ncrryhlll, who were the uesls of Miss Grace McFarlan:! Osceola Society — Personal Suspect Reveals 'Flogging Tree' fillip the excitement about things British Two extremes of the current mcctc seen side by side at n .societ\ event near New ^Ycrk were worn by , Mrs.., Stanley \V. Burtu (left) and Mrs. Sidney B. Wood, Jr. Mrs, Burk'e js In a trim, sliiclU tailored imlt, Hombmg with veil and soft while blouse, while Mrs Wood's dress with full skirt and Gibson Girl niching at the neckline is feminine lo the nth degree.' tils, bulling suits, morning frocks, i r- . i -ii p n . 1 , jvening dresses nnd wedding j ^-''-HIIIK.IM 1»C V-OllplL Arcfses of various Rciiemtloiis up MaVI'icd OvcV a Yca V AgO to the modern styles will be J -' b shown with a number of valued heirlooms of well known Missis-1 ill counly families In Hie revue, i All ClKiVtcs Itanicy Cir. 1( hia(r s . and Charles Rniney, »on of Mr MYs. C, W. Ranvy. will \\z- eclve his degree ot Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University ot Chicago In it.s animal com'mencc- mcnl, exercise;; Friday night.' Charles hits accepted i\ ]ii>oi- lion us designer tn'r the Phoenix Melal Cap company, of Chicago and will begin his work immediately following his graduation. lie is rnusiially lulenteil in art and has won a number of honors in (his field. He Is a member of the Delia 1'ht Helta fr.ilernily. of tli had I'iMr Clajs JlMls. the ' Ladies Uible class First Methodist church meeting at the church Friciiy night when Mrs. Henderson Hall nntl Mrs. Brister \\crc hpslrsstr Mrs. Sallic llublcr led the de- vcticnal period. In thr social hour Icmcnnde and cake were served. Miss Rut"h Doyiie Peal and Mr Wayne Goodman. The ceremony, kept a secret uu 111 last week, was performed by justice of the peace nt Piggot Ark., on February -I, IMS. Tlie bride, lite youngest (laugh ler of Ally, and Mrs. Elmer Pea of (his city, was a member of Ih high .sc'noo! graduating class o 103(5. The groom, son of the Int Grnnvillc Goodman and Mrs, Nd lie Goodman, graduated from It local schools in 1935 and at II present is employed al (he Bro\\ shoe factory. Tii-y lire residing al tlie home ' the bride's parents for the pressr As a fashion by ^ic Qvccn Mary's maiden vc//nsy. JJeville.' Ifil'psm.ikcr t'j Her Majesty Queen Mary, rushed this lovely evening ensemble in silk lo America, llic baKquc-lypc bodice is sun-ray plcatol and the belt of self material Is fastened with a dull silver Grecian dragon clasp. The full length cape in matching fabric is finished at the botloin with Eolith African ostrich fealliers, al the neck with a cluster of Parma violets. lell today for Infirmary Romance Ends in Marriage Pastor Rivals Professor As Mosl Absciit-Minded " Rtd Razzoos lioirie. Members of the Red Hazzoos . club of the city high school, who . uent to Hardy a week njo for a v/eck's cntlng, relurned home - yesterday. * t » To Stage Slylc lierue Fashions of a century aeo. up to the present day, will" be shov.n in a Centennial style Revue to be staged nl the Ritz theaicr , Thursday night. The affair ts tj-ortoicd by Ihe local chapter of the Children of the. Confederacy which'is inaSmg money for its entertainment .of the state convention . here on June 18. Children's YAIUMA. Wash. ID!')—Tlie ab-I rent-minded professor Is nothing', compared to Rev. 15. A. Fridctl, 1 Seattle Minister. I to address a church meeting iii • Wenatchcc. He forgot, where he was suppled to speak and got! nil tlie bus at Ynkima. Then he' discoverer) his mistake and char-1 tcred a special airplane to Like him to Wenatchcc in time for llic i meeting. ; NEW BRDFOliD. Mass, (til 1 )— A romance thai began while lliey were inmates of the city infirmary has nisullcd in the marriage of James Henry May. 76. a widower, and Mrs. Lydia Uullock, 70, widow. Waj-, a. retired mariner, proposed to her as :;otm as they were released from the institution. Thcs think ihey can get albnjj \vitii their combined old age pensions. alurday niglil. They returned omc yesterday. Mr. and Mr.s. • Gus llausscr. of femphls, were guests of Mr. niul Irs. W. D. McClurkin for .the •cekcnd. • • . ' Misses Alma Peters-and MaVy lubler weiit lo Memphis today .to tto'nd Wesl Tennessee TeacheVs oltege. Kiis's Hublcr was accorA- lanicd by her mother. Mr.< Salflj Inblcr, who; will visit relatives vhile Miss Hublcr Is in,school; Mrs. Elrtia :Armstr'oiiB,i Mrs. Ed lardln, Mrs. Herman RiJiVef, Mrs. Tony Clements, Miss Ellii\bcfn tfal- stcart an'd Mis-s Sunshine, Swift lave gone lo Jonesboro ! to enter Vrkansns Slate college for the summer term. Mrs. Meyer Nudelman.i of Bonne Terre, Mo., was the guest of Mr intl Mrs. Ike Miller for the weekend. Mrs. Lou Miller, of i-'lal River. Mo., .silent yesterday with Mr and Mrs. Ike Miller. Bill Mcllvain and Charles James, of Carulliersvillc, were In the city yesterday. Jlmmie Tipton left Saturday for Port Bcnnlng. oa.. where he is to have advanced 'military training for six weeks as part of his work at the University 61 Alabama. Uick Tipton, who allcnds the state university at FayeUcVlhc. has arrived hoinc for llic summer v'a- cnlion. Miss l-niy.nbcth Blackwell of Memp'iiis. js Ihe. guest pi hor sister, Mrs. Jesse ii. Webb, and Mr Webb, she wit] return tomorrow.' Jark Wilson will return home nnorrow from (lie state imlvcr- ; lty. Fayctteville. where he at- U-r.ilcrt school as n freshman It- the collrge of . rngiiic'crlne. Tlw Rev. V. E. ChalfaiU wlib reliirncrt liomc Saturday froh Irntlrix college where he attended Ihe young People's Assembly Mount Sequoia, Ark., where he will lead the dc- voiional and teach a boy's class, Upon his return home lie will go (o England. Ark., to accompany Pemiscot School Census Shows Increase of 580 CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.—T h c his wife and children home. , In36 Scho61 clnl ' mcMtlon ror PcnU _ Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Tale spent st . 0 t county is 14,394, an Increase of yesterday In Memphis wllh then m 6vcr t(le l4 j 5 rtV)SUSi son, Hugh, who Is attending a to „„ 0(ncia , tabulation released by Deisel school. Coiiiifr Schools .Superintendent Mr. and .Mrs. Lalaycttc May j Haro'M S. Jones. v nnd daughter, Lafetra, Tonimlc I neanc aiid Evelyn Halchcr spenl Sunday in. Memphis. Misses Mamie ^iagers nnd Delia Piirllc have gone to Nashville, Tcnn., where they will attend Pca- liody coVlcge. Miss Magcrs tcach.'s in i'iie Dell school and Miss Pin- tle'at the Armorel school. ^Marion Gray, Miss Mary Anlen Gailpway.- Miss Martha .Chambers nhd Elll.s Snipes, of Memphis, spent the week-end here. O. S. Branson will leave this afternoon for Faycltevilb, where he will attend summer school following his graduation from Hcn- drix college. He went, as far iis Conway with Leslie Hale, who returned home following the closing of school. Miss Marjorlc Mays has gone lo Hot Springs and Memphis to spend her vacation. Edwin McAdop lias relume,! lo his home in Troy, Tcnn.. al'te 1 : spending three weeks with Mrs. Ramsey Duncan and Mi. ami Mrs. 1 B. A. Lynch. Miss Jessie Srllc, Mrs. M. J. Srilc, Miss Mabel Jo Tlogan, Miss Mabel Hogati and J. S. llosan spent yesterday in Keener S|,rlngs. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Black. Mrs. R. C. Tibb and daughter. Kcveline. ef M.iyficlil. Ky.. were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Bob Gwyn yesterday. They were accompanied home by Miss Altcne Black, who hart been visiting here for a week. Of this number. 11,446 arc white children an'd 2,!166 arc tiegrocs. There art 5,095 white boys and 5,451 v-hltc girls, i,5i5 negro boys and 1,4'21 negro girls. Caruthcrsvillc has 11 total of 2,228 children of school age, there being 777 while boys, 73(i white girls, 316 negro boys and 342 riegro girls. Other livrgc districts In the. courtly arc: Holland, 1, 113; Hayward. 700 Wardcll, 1,125; Concord, 357; Cooler, 732; Dcerinj, 1,044; Braggado clo. 770; Slcclc, 1,490; Bragg City 851; Hayti. 1,137; Pascola 445. The Rev. and Mrs. E. L, Cole attended services last night in Wilson where lie conducted Ihe examining council and delivered the Kerinbn at the ordination of, Albert Grceiiwell and Dwight ndcrson lo the deacoii5hlp. otli-' rs fillch'dlng from Osccola, were: j ilr. and Mrs. J. S. McCants, Mr. | nd Mrs. W. T. Toolc, Mr. and < Irs. II. II. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. ill Maslln, Mr.s, Ida Tucker, Mrs. Ida Buller, Mrs. Julia Owen, J.! E.'Counts, Lyman Sheddan, Miss- • es Helen Toole, Vei^ Mae Muiif, | Doris Counts and Ouve Anderson. | Jr. and Mrs. Oscar Bafksdalc of West Memphis, formerly of Wll- ;cn, were also present. Mrs. C. M. Hoiion and daligh- er, Miss Cora Hpgai'i, left today "or a in'onth's visit hi Greenville, Miss., with Mrs. Morton's (tangh- ei'. Mis. H. A. tioley. I Miss Juanila Mays of Carulh-! ersville, Mo., is Ihe guest of her sister, Mr.s. Reggie Young. Mrs. John Lancfi left Friday'. night for Detroit, Midi., lo join ! Mr. Lance. They 'will make their honic Ihcrc. Mrs. E. IX Pittman of Car.son Lake left yesterday for u month's visit witli her sister, Mrs. Irn Piiile, in MndLso-vllle, Ky. She was jollied at Memphis by a coiisln, Mrs. H. A. Wellborn of Brunswick, i'enh., who accompanied . her. Old 'fashioned costiuiic.s were worn and refreshments In keeping with pioneer days were served at Ihe Centennial party enjoyed by the B.T.U. of the Baptist church at the homo of Mi-, and Mrs. John A. Edrington on Friday night. About twenty were present. Mr. Hnd Mrs. Jack Roach of Houston, Texas will arrive lo- night to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lovcwell. They are en route 1 home from Detroit, inspired Mich., where they went lo purchase a modern travel coach. Dr. L. n. Massey and family* left yesterday for Dallas, Texas, lo visit . the Centennial exposition. He ivili fcturii Thursday liilc Mrs. Mtis'scV and the chil- en will rtnialn for the .month June, visiting 'relatives in dif- rcnt sections of the state. Mrs. J. B. Bun'n alid children', imes and Martha Jane, •• left aturday for a two \vceks visit •ith Kirs. Bunn's parents. Mr. ii'd Mrs. R. A. Bowcii at Perry- 1116, -Ark.-' . ..•':••" i Mr. and Mrs. 5. M. Hodges and am were in •Llltto Rock today. Mrs. J.: T. , Ivcy of !" Jackson, :'cnh., is visiting lhc : family of ic'r brother, J. E. Mo'ntaTJtfe 1 ." : Mr. and !. Mr's.ivB, S.c. ..•iwcllborn nd T. J. Feteei- spent SiTnpy in Jatcsvlllc with Mrs. Ida"Pc'lzer; Held under 550.000 bond in Ihe • kidnaping and flogging case o[ ' Robert Ponton of Ecorsc, Mich., ! Frederick A. Giillcy is shown as j he demonstrated Id Detroit au- I Ihorilics how victims were lied j to Ibis tree and lashed by the. . Black Legion. The tree is on ' ah abandoned farm 11 miles-' r iiom Detroit. ' Gnllcy said he ; 'was forced hi gun point to join ', the legion and bad tried vainly to get out, ••.' Waikiki Beach Boys Turn Treasure Hunter: HONOLULU. (UP) — Hawaiiai beach boys have found a profitabl enterprise fh searching for "los treasure.?." including jewels, ring and trinkets, In the labyrinth o coral off Waikiki. Half a dozen Hawaiiahs paddl out in outrigger canoes or on surf boards daily to hunt for valuable which careless bathers lose in th sands. Oiic beach boy. Pefcr Mike; has n collection of watcher., ring and silver, which he says is Wort more than Jl.OOO. One ruid was wedding ring, dated 1898. insecls never Ing Ihe adult stage. The Hawaiian Islands niinibc eight: Hawaii. Maul, Kahoolau Lania, Molokal, Oah'u. Kauai. ar Miihau. llicre arc several oth grow after reach-1 rocky Islets in the group not rcc ogiiizcd as islands. rie Classified Ads Pay Courier News Clnuincd Ads : I'UI.L DCI.ICATKSSF.N LINE Cheeses for all tnstc-s Cold Meals of any kind Fruit Juice ft Ginger Ale FRF.SII YARD KOGS DAILY rlCKAIiU'S (!RO. & MEAT Ali\RK'£T Phone 073 —We Heliver' 10'H Chicknsawba dresses,- Thursday, riight out- FOR DISTINCTIVE UEAUTY SKKVICR Call 105 ULATJTY Ingrnm' Bldg. CORRECTION Through nn error in our advertisement in the Courier News the price oi! admission to the Blue Room Saturday night wns quoted as 75c per. couple, whereas it should have been $1,10 per couple. NOBLE /Bft C J f« r f -i ' to>AM£f, A NTf, jW; FifAS, StbBVff, CW'Zfs, OL COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN! It requires al least a year to rain cai-ricf pigeoiis for the work transporting news pholographs. ' BUSINESS & POLITICAL LETTERS A SPECIALTY Work neat, cheap & quick Veterans Service Work All Kinds Blank Forms Curtis J. Little Hale Htdg. Last Time Today 'THESE THREE' With Miriam Hopkins, .Merle Oficron aiid .Tocl McGrta p ' rsr.immir.l News and major Bowes Amateur Tiicatrc .of (he 'Air 1 —Admission— Matinee—1C &. 2Sc— With In '1'a.v Night—10 * :i5c— \Villi Ic Tax . J150 BANK 'NIGHT!, A Big Stat Frwn A Smot! Town Hns» Hot Time In Tie Big Town I ...when a torch-singingl iweetig lumi on Iho hcol! TIME HOT COFFEE SEiivten WIIEKE IT'S copi, TIavc your mtcl-inorning ciip in the Alii CONDITIONED Coffee Shop at HOTEL NOBLE "Voice of Experience" ami Corhndy —Admission— MMincc—II) A 2Sc—Wilh !c Tas Nigllt—10 it 35c—With Ic Tax Oct im of crawling insects with Hec Uraiid Insect Powder. Tests- prove that Bee Brand kills 32? g "' quickci. Thai's twcausc fi'ee,-. "rand is ground filler—contains, many more killing parlicles-per. ounce. Hce Brand Insect 1'owder' is harmless to children ami pcl^ and will not contaminate (oods, Ucc Brand costf no more. Ask for it by name. McCorn'.lck S Co., - Ir.c,, Baltimore, Maryland. ^ Kill Garden Insects wilh Red Arrow Garden SprAy. Prolccls roses, dahlias, other flowers, shrubs. Kills ants in lawns.. Easy 'ig use— leaves no A clv &\to?. -V c^ tB Jtrt*" ^:°* ***%$• ir«f cl Phone LSO W c \v n s h y o u r summer clothes KO thoroughly flial tio Iraco of ilirl, Ri'irnc or pcrfpiriilion n- niains. R e s i d c s. you'll like (lie way \vc linisli them PO they'll keep (.heir f r o s h nppunrnta't! Jongcr. Barnes' Nu-Wa pleancrs "\Vhcn Your Clolhes Need A Wring —Give Us A Ring!"

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