The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 15, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 15, 1936
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3KJB TWO BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Country Club having dance, 0 p. in. Junior H. A.'s meeting First Baptist church, 4 p. in. Intermediate G. A.'s meeting First Baptist, dirndl, 4 p. in. Maple Grove Cemetery Association ineettny with Mrs, J. W. Owens, on N. Illh' St. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Sunbeams'' meeting First Uap- iist church, 4 p. m. Church of Christ Bible study meeting;"with Mrs. O. D. Wills, 515 "W..Walnut.' , THURSDAY'S EVENTS Junior'U. D. C. state convention having dance, city auditorium, 'J:'iO p. in. Allar .society, Immaculate Conception church, having bingo party. Bits of News Mostly Personal Skmill ititil w. H. Slonll of this city,, to 15udo|-a. Ark., lo the home o; another .son, Tom Stnvall. Tiie elder Mr. stovall Is seriously ill. Miss Wilmofh Tfiiwyson Bride of Charlie Thomas Oill-Magm. .Announcement, has been made ol the-.niarrlage of Miss Naoma Ruth Wgcrs,..iliiujlit«r of Mr. and Mrs. Earl-Magers of .Dell, lo f,cslci' B. Gill, also of Dell. ,Tiie-Rev.-.William.K Cooey performed the wedding ceremony May 31 atJoiner, :The couple will make their home at Dell: .' . * * * * Daughter Horn. Mi', and Mrs, Earl Hoinird announce the birth of «:' daughter Saturday night. The baby, who weighed 8 1-2 pounds, has been named Shirley* Ann. • ''' • * uuiccrs installed. The County Young People's Union of Methodist 'churches met at Osceola Tuesday with 75 present. -Tile following officers were installed: Inez Thompson, president; Jnmes Coates* vice-president; W. Goodrich, secretary; Willie Kalph Ferguson, treasurer: Mildred Jur- rett. publicity superintendent,; Nora pace, programchairman. Tiie churches of Manila, Kelscr. Dyc&s, Osceola and Ihc "First, fin;) Lake Street churches of BlylheyHlc were represented. Those who attended froih here were Lawrence Hood, Alice Fisk, Bobbie Goochich 3ncz, Mildred and Gcraldlne Ry- Ice, Carolec Wood, Ilclcncr Jar- ralt, Oltis Rousli, Blllic Kin?, Eugene Sim's. Peggy Lo!i», 'uiirmn "Bennett, T'ulh* Lindsey, Charles Wood, Elizabeth .; Edwards, Winnlt Lynn Ed wardv Charles. Pur I te :iiid Mrs.' P. B. Wood. ' .,. The next meeting will -\K' held llic second Tuesday."In July. To Hold Social. Tlic'Epworth'Lcasiie ol ihc Lakf. Street Methodist church will Mold a social mcciVni; and ice cream nipper on the lawn of the church at 7:30 o'clock tonight. Many Attend Dance. A large number of out of town guests were included in the 200 ivho 'attended flic o>ncc sponsored by the Bachelor club Saturday night at t'nc. Blue Room of the Hotel Noble. Harold sudbiiry and 'his Unl- versity'of Alabama orchestra, which furnished th emusic. will play foi the coilnlry club dance Tuesday night ahd the Junior organisation •of Die ,U. D. C, state convrallon dunce Thursday night at, the city auditorigin. Included ill the guests were these Tvlid arc visiting in the city: Mr and Mrs.'Harry I'atton ol Gvacu- wood, jiiiss., lioiisegiicslf of Mr. ;mrt Mrs. IJenry Humphrey. Mrs H N Ware of Tallula'h. La.. , v i, p is ",,|.,. Umg Dr. and Mrs. Hunter c. Sims Mrs. Far\ Koont?. O l Pulton, Mo. wlio is visiting Mrs. B. M , u, y an Mr. "lid Mrs. Bob Kimbrou»li ot Nashville, ITcraV.. who' ip«nl'(lie weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Hurry ISirby, Mrs 1 . Herbert Davis ;.r piltv burgh, Pa., gijejst of Mr. ;m<l ,M, ; . oHiuucl P. Nurrli. —• ". *•••. linn LI tiiui niece, Miss Allcni! Quails'" of Mnr- Un, emi.; spent Die, weekend with Mr. and Mrs. T. i. Burke. Mr. and Mrs. U. w. Mullins nirl daughter, Boiilah Elizabeth, hnve returned from a tw> weeks vacation spent in Dotlmii mid oliier points of Alabama. Bill Robinson, ol Cape GlrarUcau Mo wiis the guest of Miss Sue Bull Muring the weekend. Mr and Wrs . o . D G1 . |mcs wcnt to liipley, Tcnn., today'to spend several days. Mrs. u a uriscoc tins gone to Denver, Colo., for an cxlciulcd stay Drbcoe""' c ""' Blltcr - ' Mls3 Llm ''"" Dr. and Mrs. i. u. Johnson and niece, -Miss Marjoric Warren, , V H1 leave Wednesday for a iwn Wi*-: « •" -•-••••*'• '^v.jisn'i "otor.lrlp to AUaulle.OlK where' ?™'"!^ ^ ^liere.'l.e' Reiser News 'Notes 'flic b'Jfc. of -the Mclh'udiit. Ml-.. .'.luimry Society • n ',bi last week at 'ic home ot Mrs. EH pig,,. A! , „,_ •cresting prosrain -ivas from (be Christian .Herald by .Mrs. vv. K '''S?. There mis :\ "duct hv Mr-, l"red Crockett and MJ^ '^ K Sir.'amiMrs. w. M. Taylor Irli lor Macon, jiits,. Tuesday. MLSS Huth Taylor, who has been visit- mg relatives for tcv'crai weeks, will , i \vith llirm ihc laller miri - . Mr. and Mr*..M. H. Webster. Mr >v. P. Goabsy and duugliUr 1.01 JM-, of oxlord. Mks.. arc vlsilhi Mr. and Mrs. j. W: - HJU Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Jcniiaan au-l faiuily veiled rclalivcs in H U rnsl;v icim, KJC pnsl tt«C "- ' r Jojn Kerat is Imiidiii" u vo ,, rv . E. I). Gee Jr., underwent a Ion- sileetomy today at Memphis. His parents arc with him. LOXORA, Ark,-Mr. U'on E Miss Nancy Klrsluier will (;o lo Tvmnsou, at Arfculclpliia, Ark., has usccola Wednesday lo sp;nd three announced ihc marriage of hli days with Miss Donna Hay Driver, daughter, wilmorii, to Charlie Bill Morso Is now able lo be out T!ioi|uis. ol LiiXorn, In a ceremony niter having had an appendix op- solemnized Thursday uighl. June °™ 10 "' H- at eight p.m.. in the- Firsl Mrs. I. E. Welch, of phoenix, Methodist church of Artttileh/dla • Ar ' z •"' Mrs- Olllc ijlshou, ol lln- The ring ccicmony w as said In /cllmrst, Miss., were guests of Mr. I Iho presence of the'family and a' and Mrs. Loy Welch for the week- few very Intimate friends by llic end. Mrs. Welch Is enionle home Rev. R. w. Moore ' i from n visit In Huzclnursl. Mr. The bride wore nuvy blue trlpl:- Welch motored to Memphis for sheer with mivv blue accessories Incm Saturday nnd he ami Mrs. and u shoulder cbrsnge of pink rose Welch motored them back there buds and lilies of Hie v.ill-v i yesterday afternoon. T. E. Welch! Miss May whipplc was at the 01- n W-otlier of Mr. Wclrti iind Mrs. gan and Miss Martha June wln- sliop Is an aunt. i, onl . S!U , K ., At Uawlli] | g -. tnccca . Mr. and Mrs. I, H. Heinlng mid ing the ceremony "To-, mid Itose" Mrs. Fleming's sister. Mrs. Andrew was plnycd softly duiiiiu tlie mar- Lawson. of Mempiils. were tjucsls rlngc vows. of Mrs. S, S. Steriiljeiif nnd tlie "ir. Paul b. Tlpton family. Uonard Hill, a student at Cam- •^ . "Happiest Girl in World" MONDAY, JUNE !5 OsceoJa Society — Personal' Mrs. Thomas Is n grniluale or Aikdclpiilii high sc | 100 i ;l]1( | ot Henderson male She has —, .. .,..„,.,.,,„ tlv vjniu- • *u<mi,!tivii o^inc CUIICK oiic lifts S , A ' nntl1 , M ' co " cgc ' Uwt0 "' • JC ' D " n mcinll(;1 ' 0[ ln = '''""»'« li'sh Okla., is spending his vacation with school fuculty for six Ills parcnls, the Rev, and Airs A ' " ' J. Hill. He is also ci Mr. Tlioitius, 5011 of sir. ami Mrs. Uob Thomas, is a graduate ol Lux- couipaiiy at ora lilgia school and attended llic i """nlvcrsfty of Arkansas. He Is Z l nnH il M" S '"'n X " 5 '' ""*"• *™£ !',"" '' "W"'"^^""''"''^"™ S Mi. and Mrs. u. Ci. Harris and Iho Bob Gillisple grocery .stoic Mr. and *Mrs. 'Thomas lirrlvrd in Liixorti Pdclny night lim i , vcrc com . pllnienlcd willi a dinner party in t'nc home of Mr. —• By will ma'ke U;clr home In Lux- Mrs. Thomas will ba (•aniplliueht- ed with a scrips of parties, the first Icrnuoii. when Mrs. R w^Nk'iols will In her honor with six tables of bridge. Mr. and Mrs. j. Y. jont-s returned Saturday (rom T.wmasvllle, On., where Mr. Jones went for a inajoi' operation two months, ago. H c j c - tiims much Improved. W. p. smead of camdeu j s V ls- Itins friends here |Jils v,eek. C, A. Davis, of Uayls Djug Co, Httpuded tlie convention O f dim;- Slsls in Little Rock last \^pk Capl, U K. Moore of Gulf cdast Milltarp Academy, Gulfporl, Mhs was In town Pi'iday and Saturtlas in the Interest, of his .school Mrs. Cicoi'gc, Ma'nci and son's. Michael mid jpimllinii, of san Francisco, Cal., arc hcic for a month's visit with Mis ifilicr's parents, Mr. and Mrs rialik Fer- Ijuson, ol Marie. Mr. Ma her, a former Wilson boy, It, a ladlo cii»i- neer for lha Colmubla Broadeasl- U)f Company in Ihe c.illfoinla ells Mrs. Ed wiscmnn and son, Jci- vy, accompanied Miss Willie Ralp'.i and Nell Ferguson on a .visit to Starkvillc and Columbus, Miss last week. MI.5S Joyce Tompfcliis, w ho Is al- lendlng summer scliool at Union University, Jackson, Tcnn., sp-nt! (lie weekend with her parents, Mr ' and Mrs. p. E. Tompklns. Wiley Bragg of Detroit. Midi arrived yesterday to be the guest of his sister and brother. Mrs Ada Duller and B. w. Bragg. Mrs. Howard Procter, Mia s S Steinberg and t.'/.;s Cora Lcc coJo- man of Blyviicvillc were guests of Mrs. Johij w. 'EdrliiKlon for dinner lnsl night. Deinojislralion Club News Notes Mo'elcy Clnli The Mosclcy Community Club Masked by the look ot iaul mleic t on I'esgy Ann UmLn- face was a happiness so sreat that she scarcely was able to voice U whcr railed lo the radio alter her Cher's nomination for llic'presidency at the Cleveland Republican com-cniion. "II ^s i was aiiuid," she (old the 'audience, which greeted her with n |] m i U |, n ' ol applause. For "the benefit ol fashion fmia. the hai & is wearins is a Legliorn Brelou sailor, trimmu-l with r,-, met Wednesday at the club house where they completed work on tlie interior. The 4-H Club girls have helped with the decorations. One of the unlvei'slty specialists from Columbia will bo asked to meet with the club lhi.<= summer and Hive demonstration in home Ir.rnishiiiBs. Miss Alice Fisk, me! Wednesday afternoon with chlM development chairmen from various clnb:> throughout comity. The Eiibject of tills study is ;hild feeriini!. Colitis I pievalent now in Pemi-jcot Conn- iv was stressed. Also. diets foi' mothers, babies and preschool children were discussed Tralmnu. children in food habits was of leal interest lo women. Tins suumicr Ihe extension club cxpcols to <lo some valuable work m child development. chests in the Rosomalinn ir. since opening his shop here DILLON, Mont. (UP)—Elsjivic "prod poles" u'nlch get their kl"k from batteries are no-,v helitg used m hunting rattlesnakes. The last oigani/sd hunt here reaped a harvest, of U5 rattlesnakes. The Mammoth Cave, of Kentucky, was discovered by accident in wounded when a bear " he had led a hunter named „. lo its lair, an entrance to the cave. added new members were congregation. Among the oi;t-ol-to',vn mem- iK'is were llic Rev. and Ivlrs. Raymond Wright of pgHigcv'lllc, Mo.. ;ind Mrs. Helen Travis".'of Sikeston. Mo. Liint-Fonlanne Home Has Norwegian Arf srauaiiTON. wis. itr-, -? C r A. Lysne. here a; cue of the few men in tlie United ,y,, ., 5 ".jpablc of doing iloscn- ; ai:ii~' Mci»i.,,inn dccoralive art wW-ii i" applied tlilcny (o wooden ariii.'.--•;' munbeis among his cuitomer: iiie famous stage coupte, Ailicii I mu I and Lynn Fonlannc. | He. did much nf u u . drccralivo I Ann | work in their summer Jwu' Gencsce Depot, w ; -«. Lysnc has iiainted yotj \"i I'ULI, OEMCJATESSEN UNI; Cheeses lor all tastes Cold Meais of liny kind Fruit Juice & Ginger Alt' FRESH YARD EGOS DAILY J-IOKARIVS GKO. & MEAT MAHKET rhone 673 — We Deliver 1044 Chickasiiwim HOT COFFEE .sj; j( VKF) IVHM; u rrs cooi, Have your mltl-mornlng cup in the AIR CONDITIONED Coffee i..j&r> at HOTEL NOBLE , ' Fred Jacobs Enters U. S. Nayal Academy CKCEOLA, Ark.-Fred Jacobs son of Maj. nnd Airs F p ja' cubs; of Gridei'-, left', yesterday, for Assembly ol God Church Holds Firsl Homecoming Approximately 150 attended tlie "rsl Homecoming Day held at ihe assembly of God church Sunday "llomecomlnif in T-icnvcn" was he aubjcct. of Will Hold for Teachers This Week' :•.-,'' ." '",injiju v>n,_v, \viicrc Di. Joiinson will attend the Inler- natonal Rotary convention..Washington and New York city. 'They will be accompanied by another niece, Mbs , Mlldrcd . : W ar r c,n, of Halls. Tcmi. Dr. Jo)iiisoi|^,viiO, is lent of [he locnl'notary Vlub - his ]RU-|J. „!„„ to u ' I-iro iveeks. * Paul Holleman | e (t today for Los Angeles, Calif:, where He plans lo apend a monl'n's vacation Louts Uvnch, son of Mr. and Mri, U- A. Lynch, «-eni ( a Mammotli s. Ark., today where he will will ck White and Hurry Haine ter Uig iUnlied siriics naval Academy lomorrow. : : Young Jacobs received his earlier education' in the Oseeola schools. Central hi,.), school, Aicmphls, and. at the naval preparatory school lit Annapolis "uisipi George \VilllaVn 'rjrldur. » nepheiv of Sirs. Jacobs: who recently granted from. tije n'a.vnl academy, has been 'aligned to Ihc U. S. S. Mississippi. He'Is'here for n ten days visit with his aunt and her family, ..;••'Another nephew, Ll. John Me- Ciavcck Grider, a member of liie nilinir«r£ staff' of the U. S.' S. West Virginia, will arrive this go Ihcrc June 23 for u m-n tvnntc i •- •- "-" slay. l "° 1 " cl;Ks week with his bi'Klc, '.he formei Mrs. George Smith underwent an r?",' 7 r""" 10 A ' le " ° r L <" n S Bw«h, oppratlon for appendicitis ycsterlav '" ? v '} vlsiL ' ll WlmWVer Tcr- at tbe Memphis Bapllsi iiosniini ' c llD ""-' cf '^'"J" 1 ' '"><" Mrs .Mr. and Mis. To,,, w. Jackson ^^ ia-c gone (o cashing, okla.. for „ "\o weeks vacation with Mi'. Jack- MII.S brother. QMS Jackson*.- Tile earth's southernmost city is 1'utitu Arenas, at tin extreme end of Palnsonlii. on the Slralls of Slu- pellan. During the winter months Mr.s. joe Tricwhninii* and daugli- !•> went lo Little Rock vcstcrdiw r, " b *"" "."**•' inwums Jo spend t'helr vacation with ii,^ ^ nas 0 ''V *-«'o hours of daylight. Triciclmian's moliicr. ' E. P. Dnllcy, of Victoria luidor- wcni. a major operation "curly vcj.- tciflay at the Meiu|)IilsMc'lhc<llbl Hospital. He'is rcstlnit vcrj-'well Mr. and Mrs. waiter Ras;»(hai and ton. UnroU Nuthaii. and Mr ;nid Mrs. J. w. nayrtcr .Minit v c -.-' tcrday at- Hardy. A Cobb ambulance has been ;ei)l to Wiuchftlci, Tcnn. (o carry J. T. siovall. lalhfr of J it Knitting Classes Tuesdays & Fridays, 'J:30 P. M. ' !109 chloknsa'n-ba INSTRUCTIONS FREE ' ORDERS 'TAKEN FOB "BERNAT". YAKN' Alls.-Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. C, Haley Phono W>' ' - n, i lon ' Illc lvu llc «' liamts,! -vili be occupied by ))ol> <jrccn and' B. It. Kamp and Tamils-. *.Mws Sue Woods left Fildav mornluj for |,c r home in AifgusUi Ark. As Ihc Home Economic^ dr. wSd''^ 0 ^^^^ icacral ald-ihe department was re- Ti^^S 1 "? tortm "* olllls i tic Thunday bridsc club mi-l ^t ths .ionic of Mrs w. K •>.-I llic \lsttors were MJT> ' Mis Bob Cre«i. m s i, ^or «on by Mrs I^red CiockeU Prize by Mrs. C. E. Watson T . .--. ~r"^ wv vviuv of ti,c tmled • Slates Is Wctl Quoddv Head, near Eastport, M c The "o,cstenuiioi,t pohit, .U, Cup e Alia, PHONE 180 FOR QUALITY SUMMER CLEANING T mjuire.s a !;,[. oi elolltcs these niusl be i-xpt'rtl.v denned ami linifhc.1 n yoiii- upDcuraDcc is ku'm 1111 t -, par. We sueciiOi/.c in (i, c cleaning. of icr cotlH-s ... let us convince von clea " illB '' Cllll > Barnes' Nu-Wa Cleaners Announcement was made totlov'P by Miss Winnie Virgil Turner 13 c-junty examiner, that the rceiilar ^ ipiarlerly cxaininatioii for Sli'ssis- M sippi county teachers will be held gj n! the comihousc Thursday and ^ and !9. I the afternoon 13 were;baptized at Lone Oak. Sunday evening jive blrtnplace of Oliver Biissolin gay.i French poet of llic 15th century. l *25.00 VETERANS a;!vcrli.swH«iit is wortli S26.(i m our We, make offe- as ;111 cj;,,,.^^,,,, apprc-cialion for your .scivicu. " ' BROADWAY SALES CO. HIS. Bi-oudwnv. RADIO REPAIRING .1 Complete Line ot * Tubes and l-arts HUBBARD TIHE St HAT'J'E'IY CO. PHONE 4l« COOLEST SI'OT h\ TOWi\!l A PLEASURE With This • WASHING MACHINE for ONLY Per Month , , . for Sale by,.. » ARKANSAS' POWER CO. About Our 1 and Combination Offer Last Time Today ^IIDJISE: |O*^ ; " ; |PS^' ^ :/( .:*$&. * m A C O I UMB1A PICTURE raramcunt News, Technicolor ,:.i C«rlco;i ami Coir.edy Vil -lie Paramount News Special'will: ; ''l v Ihc story cf (he Republican' ^cjivci'lion, Lamlcn's i>'t>inin:xli.-ii' "el Hcuvcr's Speech. i —,\di:iisr,ion— i lalincc-io & Wc-Willi fc T.I.V'., Jviffhl-JO ft :!5r_H'iti, j,_. 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