The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 16, 1936 · Page 2
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PAGE' TWO HffTHBVILLB, (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Crete were' celled to MeintjlUs w«nu»y by 111? death of Mrs. Clay's hrotli- cr. Opal Boliiinnon spent the week end with 'friends at Osceola. Qoldle liloliardsoji entertained a number ol Mewls with u party 1 • night. ' ' Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS gunbeajiis meeting First Bap- list clnirch, 4 p. ni, Oiurc'n of Qhrlsl Bible study meellifc with Mrs: o. 0. Wills, 5 IS W, \WntU-. rH^'-'S'TAY' 1 ? Kl'WT<3 Junior U. D. : 0. stale convcn- Uon having dance, city auditorium, 9-30 u iji Altar society, Immaculate Conception church having bingo p\i- ty Mr$, Belle \V63d • haying Thursday Rook club, 2:30 p.m. Plainly Siylish Mi« Dorothv Dukes \Yecis Chailes Langslon Announcement, has been maclo of (lie inarrlaM rt. Miss norothv Dukes, or Bowling Gvcoiv Ky., to Charles Lanufton, son. nf Mr. aid Mrs. c. C. Lnngstnu. The wedding was so)i>innl*"ri Sunday afternoon at. Hoiv'in? Gre-?n. The bridegroom, Is . a ' graduate or . Oulfrio'-t - Mi'lUry A"B'l--v Guirocrf, Miss. He v?as thn liiuli- tst; ranking:-' s'udc«l in Ills ,- eta mid because or )ih rnilng lie re- c°lved anappointment to Ilio United states MilUaiy Acutomy at West Point. He attended Von- dertll* University..- Nashville, Tctin.. for- tlie first scmcSl">t lS-f, rn'i .•'•vi was pledged to the Phi Kappa sl°ma fraternity. Durliii; • tho second seniMter. lie lias b$qn Ultcmt- iiig. the College' of Business, Bowling pi-cm, Ky. He wt'l comp'cte hfs work tliere aeo'einber 1 bo fo™> c"minp homo to be associated with Ills father i'i Ills fimnlnu nnd tslnnini; operations. * • • aiH Fainilv Ucunlon Eighty relatives and JricHd's enjoyed n family reunion anrt birthday dinner Simd<»\' ut (lie lic-mr of Mr and Mrs, S .o. Ii-i.«<i nen- Vmbrn. H wni- (he blithilajv. of Mrs. Estcs and ol l|er brollicr. J. rt Uo-'<i, and a to that, of Mrs. J. H Esles. At noon fifli, fried in u big pot o\ei an Inieh "flrt: was spi-''cd n* n (able set up under 1111 old \vil- nul tiee in..Uio yard, together \utti chicken, liain. .pie,' cakfc ami coffee and .tea.,. ... Pictures were lal:en. and..the nlt- ernooii wai) sjicoi'ln recalling old tlmrs. ,i. . .", i- 1 .:. ; . , ..' . yriicic present were Mrs. J. H. Gtlmp and sun, Burtls." ot Mim- Phls; Mi-, and Mrs. billn Oliinp and' son, or Km Antonio, Tex • Mrs. A. I, yv-v,. of ,,,,,„ v '' Mrs G \V- Olliiii^, Cf AtoKii Tenn ?rd hti «on Man'Ml T n pte and his «i(<. and Mrs loin Klulb a»rf little daughter, of Covlnqjon Ttnn Mi »>id M 5 W H LI P><! and daughter Mrs Wson Byars ami hei huslnnrt mid bab}. of Hijhfovici Mr and Mrs j A Llo\d and chlldien of bandv Hldge Mr und Mr* a 1, Ma\\\ell and oVvl'jien Mr- and, Mrs. R. P. .-lemplp nnd -ton, Charles. Sir. and Mrs. Miner Van Olevc and,two sons, Mr. and Mrs. J. H Eslcs, Joe Wal'ljiat .and MIES' Irankle Tucker, pr^Gcsnell: Mrs. Claude ,-prav and lv,-o children, of Number .Eight, Mo.; M*s. Mat tie Holmes and Lv.-q children rf Nmnber Nine: Mrs.'.Kate Bunch and three children, Mr. a-d Mrs t, B,,Lloyd and Iwo clilldrei), of Varnro: Misi ViolU, L^U'oS Hoiland, Mo., Mr. and Mv*. Genree runiaue and ba'jy, M* S LillnTd »nd two daii^htsra, Mrs, John Murry and Mrs. Edgar Broivn and Ihree children, of Blythevllle.- To nave !cc Crcmi Supper. '= icere will bs an it; 0 c reaW "' : P« at ; the Lako atic4t"iiel' Church loni§ht,.i;30 Vcloclc to Sponsor -" •' > liirro rartj',,./.-:, Mrs.. j. B. qluiic -and .Mrs. Dk-k Hob;rts, arc In charge :of-the binko Party which .the altar.-soaisty ot •the Immaculate Conception church is having Thursday: hijlil," 8 o'clock Iviid-lo-'cud ; brown and -white .silk makes a cool fvook for nollvu spDrtsweiir, The sleeves iire loose and comfortable,.(ho skirt lias in- wrtctl iileais^ for' fulnes.'i, I'oui pockets and, a soft tlo of brown slli crepe arc the only Irliiiining. Bits of News Mostly Personal Outlay -posts CHICiCO 0'P)-T'e Awnc i.an suends onlj & m t Uo third •ho amount women, ao f t r bcan ^ ^"ordin? to the jcsulU ot a Vi? ? urv " "woimwa here wnll« votnsn ar" pa>ina near; 530C009 DOS annual,/ ^ b^t 'imps and for cos-n- i-. n j „ n S6COOOOOOO a VET for s bPI is ^u-,rt»d to an .,„ D , from *750 cno 000 in 19-6 to a i V 'iiiiBt.lv «v.9ooorno m me ot Hie ina'culme U4S of oth-i iten s ocilunco tv e appeatamr O f tn- latt and Ircj- has incrca^rd il> tit 2o D°r cenl ,°" " |0 bdif5 of (lie 19JO ccita. MBZl d j?ar fe Jp^nt by tun adult 'note for bciutj aids as col , va'<- 3S3 for R, Qoilld is a patient at the . His, Eye, Ear, Nose nin Thrgat .hospital. Mrs Joe B ^Uuiit, of (-ninth eisUllt> j s a pitl'iit aj, the Mem phis M?thodlsl hospilal Miss irclnn Kegrann ol Ken nail, MO., Ifns b°en admitted to tlu Memphis Methodist hospital. iVtrs, R H. MoiT°^V of OsccoTa was taken.to Iho Menipliis Uaptla hosiltal yesterday. ' Mrs. ,(. B. Broomc. of. a life an Mo.. Is a pillcnl at lha-Mein|iiil: Baptist liospllnl. • ' '. P"ggy O'sininons, ol • Jjusselt Ark., was taken to tho Sii. Jos- cjfii's hospital, Msmphis, AJonday Mr, ;ind Mvs. S..Jiedol and Ricli- urd Jiedal were In Helena'Suiidaj visiting relattvos. Mr. and Mrs. Adolpli Moyevs arc visiting in',st. uniis. - Mr. and Mr?. C3rjarl.es \v. Qglesby and dan?bter,'Ustsy,.ot Forl,Smith ure guests of Nlrs. Oglesby's ino- liter, Mrs. Mary piiilllns RoMnyw Mrs. R. G. ildvvards anti son lerald oC Little. Rock;, "MISS Mary -Icsephljie Craltoh of Con\vay and Mrs., T. W. Jeffries ot Little Rock HIT. .vjsit.hiij Mi-ss Zola and Jim (Jvaton. Hoicqo Crafton of LUtie Reck will U!EU arrive tqdav. -Mr. and Mre. • H«~»y RyjVe and Miss Uorthe'a Rylco, Ihelr niece who have been visiting in Shreve- porl, La., and parts of Te-u, rc- liifJicd Ja«t ni?hl. Carl Rylce,' v,'ho Is; plnylne with Bill lioia.nd's or- £.ht-slra in Shrcvepbit, La., ciunc. '•""ic ivlili them lor H tow days ' vi^it ' 'x . iwrA.-J. K. Ci-ook Is-111-at her iioine on Walnut St. Frank Webb, who traveJs for Cole Milling Co.. spent liie weekend with in* oarents, Mr and Mr« J A Webb Mr anl Mrs &ur, Engrain tn- t«rtaraeil 2 D ol ilieir tiiends foi (iniicr i( tlelr ho no in ih? DOU| we B'-ld re comniuntty Suurtay in i^-r-of Mr Pnram's birttjiiy. IIM f(h Hc« i antt d3u ? lner Mthlcen, nnd tiatKlson/'jlmmin I Cur^on jim jeturtiecl 'lipnn' '' »i vl^it^ultli rela[i\t;s'and In anlonict'j lenii, and K\ wlille in Inlon olly.'thcy-at- t°nd=d tic fiucra! ot Oe'n. Rice A iieice sun hv A'nons tjiL boi couts ivhu have gone to near Wynne lor he -mn- incr ram> -i Hussel'. Hajnc-- u, r Ulclv Whi ' r Hunt" C. Sill,''. .,° lv ", 'lai dl ] rrd - lliiSicrfpKl'. ^u n Ri c KIMI end Cia\;t'>rd I v lnlLc Join, <;) U ||t'cs Bfj^'j "id Bill thanblin Russell l-'afv Mr nil Mr Hcd Rutlici-n..^ [mi % " ' ^ ' « i n-ok-mi tlic" L\er \csl o idd\ - Miss Mcna Hogtui Nainos Winners In Dress Cujnpetilion Mrs. Lloyd cox, of Dyess Colony, Mrs. J. o. HaWu'r, of Hlmd'y Orovo, and Mrs. l-'rcd Needliatn, of Mnnllu, wero winners In the Hires divisions o[ the dress contest of tlic [ County Council or Homo Demon-, fclrallon clute, lnjd isnliirriay nl Manila. ! Miss Mena Hogan, district home' (lemoiigtraltoii asent, judged the dresses pu ilic basis of materials i workmaivshlj), general appearance j suKablltty o' wearer 8»d purpose and relation of vahio lo • co-U in tlinn niul money. "> the house drcsK contest, won by Mrs. Cox, second place was .warded to Mrs, Ruth Hounds, ot Shady Grove. Mrs. Cox placed second in the c'/nir-i or nftenioon dress division, won by Mrs. Hatcher, and Mrs. 'Florence Hoscnlnn-g, Manila, placed third, in the children 1 ); ov thrift dress cpnlest, won by Mrs. Needhain, only on c award .was ina'dc. The v nexl niceling of the county council wlil be iicld In connsclioii with tlic Farm linreau mcrllui; nl liurdctto on July |, Mrs. jerry while, council president, is ursliiB all, menders IQ attend. scr Sunday icrjoo) Sujidsy and t,lr Wiggins preached flt tl)c m „ Ing chuich, service. Ths R«V j T. Randall ftt )(t W. J. Gardener J. U, Echols and H. H. WpoS of the Colopy church were also Mr. and Mrs. c. c. Redman and daughters, Miss Thclma and Mrs Ilallcy Swank, of Kchnelt, Mo' ilslted Mr. and Mrs. W. w, WaU son si 1 . Thursday. Joe Drown c.wyn, a cradua(.p of HOI- Springs hlfiH W hool, flrrlvqu here Sunday (o sjwnd SCWMI weeks before returning to Hot Springs. Tlit United States expends SGO • 000,000 annually for health services; England spends $110000000 during the same period. Hill farm Tnlmadec Halo, Dyess, -Visited relative.*, here last week, ' '• Miss Eltainelii Coopci-, p( Mfljn- plits, is fiiwndlnc a low ; weeks here with her Gvaiulmothcr, Mrs Ira Rloliardjon. - v.- Mlss Clyda Sciittor s|>eut; ; jnst week wltli relatives near Jtelser Mrs. Charley UMiavdwn/Mrs. Troy Jeffrey and Mrs, Homer ivjtwoy ore sick this week. Miss KiUhai'ine lialQ, Qf Dyess spoilt the week end wuh her' mo(her ami faitilly, Mr. aiia Mrs. Hcr.sphcl Hale. , • ' Mrs, M. A. clay and son, Reiser News Notes Miss belli! Kny, (earlier In tin; Kclscp school.?, (la's rctiimcd lo er home here uftcr three weeks at Hn pilot hospital, Memphis, where she tindenvcnt n serious :onc operation. She will in-obnbly ••! conllncd lo lior iiome for KM- cral weeks. Ttie operation was iade necessary by an injury rcoivert scvenil years a«o. J. D. IllBhtowcr spent the week lid In Mempliis with Wends mill •elntlvcs frohi TCSUS. J. U Cintes und Max Illrsli-iU- --ndcrt .« <'"-i" K nt Seiialli, Mo,, Ihui-sdiiy night, Miss Jean Boilriund, uf Blylhe- nlc, spent-several dayt; here'with icr sister, Mrs.-,'). E. Watson. Mrs, pom Coilins, of Memphk >pent (lie \vt-ek end with h fl - •'"iliter, Mrs. wick Kal| Mrs. U. o. Hall has rcluriiMl ™* *->onth's visit at Lon B , Mrs. Fred Ferguson, who injured 'ei knee last week, |s Improving. Miss CHfforU fa'lms lelt tlm llrit f the \v>ek lo accept a mutton n Meuiphls. . Miss Margarita Anderson - has - "incd from Ihe Unlvprsily of Artoinsus, niycttcvliic, where s|ic ••*-• a student ,',ho past, aemestcr , Miss Jamlo .Nloljols lift'Fvld°'. v Dnlla-i, Tex.,-'. whevo she 'will work during Ihe centennial, •'."• Mrs. W. M. Taylor. Jr., and Mrs. rvtylor sr. retnrnert from Macoij Coiinnbns Su^lay. Alfred E. pjgg, \.t bsccola, and W. E. Plug visited iarins neai ^illiBan Ridge aundoy. Mrs. W .W. Watson sr. Mrs, I. . Brncc mid..Mr:, J, E, Victoi-v .itlcndcd the W. i\l. U. meeting n't. Jsccola Friday. Word was received here t>atiii> Jay afternoon that Walter Kelt- -icr was Injured in an automobile Accident near Fort 'Sniith. i[re. KHtncT lett linmedlatcly (or fort Smith. No delalls-of the accident a'-e been learned here. " The Rev. and Mrs., Sain Wig^ iuis of Jonesboro visllcil the KeN Positive Relief Sure End to Chilk } and Fever! . "crc's real relief for Malaria- GTOVCS Tasldfis Cliill Tonic I Qi-lcWy it slops li.c chills and fever and iciioriM your body lo coralotl. Many reniKlfo >;ill merely allm.itc. the symptom* uf Malaria Icmporarily, but Ornvc's Ta.<lc!fss Chill Tonic goes all the my and completely n'ds your tystcra of Ihe inlctlioii, Oroyrt Taslclos Chi|I Topic is a ^'. rorreclivp of Mahria because it coatains two thm K s. Firit, laslclres <iuininc which xifls thr Jlatarial infi-clion in Die blood, •x-coad, Ionic iron which helps bvcrcorno the ravagoj of thr chills anil (over and wtmreagainst fiirlhtraUaclc.Tlarsarel lake GTOVL-'S Tnslelcss Chill Tonic. It now comes in two ?ir«-50c and $1. Tho SI SBC conliins >'/, times as much as tho >3c sue :ind givfj you 250!, more (or your coney. Get botlteloda OKUERS TAKEN FOR "BERNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS FREE Mrs. Leslie Hooper M^s. A. C. Haley 1109 Chickasiucbiv Phone 192 Uusluom Weighs *; L CUP) - (ILL DELICATESSEN 1 LINE ClicciCf, (or all tastes Cold Meats ol uny kbid Fruit Juice & Ginger AU; 1'HESH YARD EGOS UA11A' i'j«-'» \«ji)"j r-HO. & MKAT MAKKE'I I'i i one 6 73 — We . PC'live r Chlckasawba t,i e~"L\ '•"^" "'^j'"uvtn was the chief atiracllou al the Vmlroom C'tbs annual mectfiij )mi e iei.cW- >l Urn plant , -cb IM 27 ^m ds and four ottncci Lx,t year Gallion dl£pla>ed a as po mlt ) , mi4ll room tinj n !0 pound pun ball i Ghaile* Biowir. fe has Drs. Wcrt & Wert OPTnMKTRT.STS Over Joe tsaacs' §lor<, "WE MAKE 'ESI SEE" Phoue'BiO ' GARUC and PARSLEY Ipr High BLOOD PRESSURE & ^l^s-^^^i^ ii,, W i (t ,i. Np Q( | or ;, jj^Ji J Guaranteed ,j c itij iBcc'Uvi'lr , < U1i ( " r lk ' lc «W'I> hv ' "Sra, ESSENCE OF aARUc! blol., Two si J?! , 50c »ii(T?T,00, by Klrby Bros, Drug Qo, tor sale "77i8 PRIZE VALUES at every price!" says Public Experience. And|hai's\YJ? ' the most tires '-by . millions 1 For example-LOOK! 35 ft* to i 'ow SI as ^ week ON EASY PAY PLAN SPEEDWAY IJuskylBigl HondsoinelWith nil these Goodyear Safely features; "THE GOODXEflR MflRCIN OF SAFETY with center-traction lor quick-stopping = THICK % TOUGH, LONG,MILE, •>GE Goodypar non-skid treads PROTECTION IK ELECT IMC RANGE i' wishes lo sell or ox- chitnge for g 0 o a Colcmim ()»« Range, at once. Phone ufter (i p. ni. C1TZ COOLEST Sl'OT'IN TOWN TOWCBT IS $175 BANK NIGHT! ias! \reck .(aeli Koliurisqn Mas culled foe Iho S13(l.til)- ff<. «-as not rrcsDUl—Malini; HANK DEPOSIT TONIGHT $115.00! l j TODAY 0.^ T ^yV ne blackguard iess^ the world, ..anda 1 woman goes on Selected Shcrlt —Aijinisbioii-v- 'Induce—10 & 25c—\Vtlli Ic Tax N'ighl—10 * ^5c—With It Ti:\ s. - Thurs, T cord) f-cr CM j/ioiii you V'Jt/r J/S« TOM CHEVROLET CO. -, ArK. I'iininitiuiU >-(.;.,, a ,,j •'.Miltrli o| lir lif " —Ari ,lht!incc-lfl , Nlfihl-tO A LOOK: LOOK: \ Sonic In-j- or siii j t S u|,, 5 {,. H ;,- luce, June )9th. (1,1^ liPEEii-o EIKE is being ti\i-ii avay liy ,',[< JIUrLtN'S CASH (.UOCLHV. Get your tau|jon licRcb HICK-. TUESDAY, JUNK 1C, 1935 I Can You Beat these Pncse? We Think Not: LET US FIGURE WITH YOU BEDROOM SUITE" •BEDROOMSUITE, 4 piece Modernistic Cni'n? 2 piwc Homespun Oversiuifcd O i./ A i ij t Place Mnhuir, llciuitifully Covered ft Aft Uu BREAKFAST ROOM SUITE 5 ^- f> I'iecc, Wnluuf, Extension Tiiblc 3 ROOM SUITE !1 """• Waltait FM ^ L1 " rre " l^ _ ' ^j'U t/i •jlifflz^green^&Jvory^ $18.95 r> IJiirnw Leonard Oil, Built in Oven <Mft nr ______ '('^''" 5 Bunier Flwcncc Oii, tJuiU in Ov.-u g^Saasaa i iEag i .a^ ;3at «^ a ^^^ _ALL RANGES' 252 OFF '. __ ST RANGE, full 8 eye, semi-porcelaiii SZggg^gagsgaBSSEKiHiSagB -^ PHlTO,_battery sdt,emple PH1LCO; electric set, complete (l,i PHILCfl; electric set, in ha ndsome cabinet 13175 Biiami^B^gMBBiwa^iBMm^.^^^^ ^tfahatarfhBBBmBia .'^•^^^'^^^"a^r^as^Si3SGKeSS«S&^S!3^^^3^^^,^ l fjg^^y PGOLEUMBUC, 9 x 12 ? Crescent^ fesl a v i? i.,Uf..<j t> A Aw FABCQ, Fel^Bas^g)gdjmal^ GftLD SEAL, Felt BasMqTyi~~" G6c MATTRESS. ^ fij>laited" Felt, box edge $7.95 ^ ™§Jol§|j^ SPRING, coil-mth metal Traffic' x» TABIE LAMPS , S x 12, extra heavy quality gill ;. aB ,j a( yg S . a ^^ a ^^^^ SPECIAL ! """- t ' c "" iite " 1 1Vil " a * a *° tilutheo'dle,'Ark. d

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