The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 18, 1936 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 18, 1936
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(AUK.)" CpURlEtt NEWS' Metaiware for Summer Entertaining |^^B^H^BHfttU»HMMMM« rr^RJUfc VSa.-ZZXrrfrr-^. ,-,• —i — B i O JUNE 17, l!w Has Birthday Fart/ Dorothy Dean Crawford • hart a lawn parly Tuesday afternoon In celebration of her nlntli birthday. Thc 1C guests Included her cousins, Edie . Lou nnd n-tmccs Nell Smith, of Cape Glrardeau, Mo. For entertainment tlie children played frames and contests nnd had music by Ntck Davis. Dorothy Dcnn was assisted by her mother, Mrs. Ruth Crawford. and Mrs. Clcvc Tsmkerslcy and Mrs. John Sinilh in serving Ico cream, birthday cake, mints mid lemonade. « • i Compliments liricle Mrs. Holston Robinson, who was Wore . her recent marriage Miss Inez Whepler, \vas cucst of honor at a shower, given last nlglil by Misses Virginia and l^ouisc Bour- laiid. The five tables, for bunco games, were arranged on the large sun porclv which was decorated in pink and white flowers to carry out this- color motif. Mrs, Dock Harlan, of Kciscr, won the first, prl?,e, Mrs. Dick Walton, of Keiser, received Ihc traveling award, and the low score prize went to Mis. Jerry Bryant. An ice cousc .was served the guests which'' also included Mrs. Charles w ..' Oglesby or Fort, Smith, ttlio is visiting her inollier, Mrs Mary Phillips Robinson, and Mrs Felt), Cumberland of Tucumcari, N. M., who Is Ihe guest of her : mother. Mrs. E. A. McKinnoii. • * » Brill o. Elect Honored Miss Hazel • risk, whose mar- nage to Donald Nutter, of Long Beach, Calif, will be solemnized soon, was guest of honor at a shower given last night by Mrs. Ishmal COIK at her home on the North highway. OlfU of Ikncn were presented Miss Fisk nnd niter llicse were opened Hie guest? wrote favorite receipts In a book given her. Iced drinks and cakes were served. »:+'•. Second HapUit Women Ilnic-. Meeting. : Included In'Uie'lO who attended the meeting ol Ihe Woman's MIs- slousiry Union ol the Second Baptist chinch Monday Afternoon, nt the churcn, was a guesl, Mrs. j. D. Booker. The devotional was given by Mrs. E. P. '••Brntton. who used the fl/lli chapter of 'Mntt'new. aiirl prayers were Offered by Mrs. Thomas Dogan and Mrs Virgil Holt. Mrs. Ben Harrison gave tv report ol the recent district w. M. u. meeting' at --Osceola. - • . •••'••. ..,.'••'• ~; ' The bOWfe5«a^\i'\vas' presided over by Mrs. Earl Walker;'' * * • • " Presbyterian Women Have Program on Korc:i. Missionary work in Korea war emphasized In the program given at the ;. meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian i-liurcli Monday afternoon, nt tile church. Mrs. B. R. Allen was leader of tlie Iheine, "Retrospect and Prospect in Korea." Tile -Introductory remarks, of the support of Dr. Hoggs' hospital In Korea and a story of the beginning of missionary work in Korea "Prom tl^e Shermans ".to the Thomas's" were gnen by Mrs. Allen. Mrs Charles Bright and Mrs. Stuart H Salmon sang n duel, with 'Mrs. P. B. Joyner at t'ne piano. Miss Mabel Slriion spoke on "How the Gospel Light Later Filtered Tlirough." The v,oik of the pioneer protestant missions and .their, problems as compared »-ilh the young church In Korea, • today w*s discussed bj Mrs. Ross Stevens. Mrs. C. M Gray gave the challenge to the needs of Korea. . ' : Members^ or circle. 2 served jc freshmenls followJng the prpsram, which began at 4 o'clock. If is Meeting. •The Woman's Missionary society oil the Lake street Mclhodis Children of Confederacy Ue're for Fourth State Cpnvcntion the of .. _ . _. ,., v WiM - jmijuu^t, O f i| ]c u Q r. d^ntcr dren, of the Confederacy opened Its here, and Mrs. Marvin Robinson meeting here tills morjilng with a past director of thc hostess chap- r ! °! I 0 ':'"'I',' » r ?!" '?'•. *""°™ Rou.on'of ft. nnd girls fir Bates. ,H , Included in A feature of Ihe convention Is companying. the presence of a national outer . s . ar, r vce- of tl.c mother group, Mrs. n. A. president of tic Arkai si s Dlvl Ion Mur ™ Mournlne of . . Rock, who ,,, . ,° r. ^^— ' " . w< *J-v>., ami u rccior lor lie Chi- hird vice-president general of thc dren of Ihe Confederacy and Mrs UIIIIM n.,,,,1,,,,,, n , „,„ ^.,r^,_ Mournlrg of |jiul( , n ^ c ™ c) ^ greetings lo the giicsls. Tile lufclieon al tl:c American 'Legion iiiil, with the u. D.. c. chapter as J)os;w», ivii.s attended by 60. The tables were allractlvely decorated with cciitcrplet-cs of garden . flowers, flanked will) ml nnd while tapers in silver candelabra Corsages marked Hie pliu-r-.s of (lie state ofllcers find distinguished guests. Mrs. K. s. Moll said file. Invocation. In tile afternoon session (he Ds- vyitt chapter was awnriiwl ib c pite lor ^the largest increase In mem- Mourn ing, rs of the contcd cracy. Tlic meeting began al Ihc Hotel Noble at 11 o'clock,.'following.reg- istration. Mrs. A. M. 11. Uranson, historian of t'ne local chapter of the United Daughters of Ihc Confederacy, gave Ihe Invociitlon.-The call to order wns given by Miss Evelyn smart, president of the hostess chapter. liurwcllc Mourning of Little Rock, led .Hie pledge ol allegiance and the 'salute to Ihe Confederate flag. cburch mcl at ths c'nurch Monday afternoon for a business meeting Mrs. W. L. Green', presided. The scripture lesson, tnkon-Iroin tlie I2fh clmpftr of Romans, was given by Mrs. A. S. Dccn and prayers were offered' by • Mrs. Lbga.lV Mrs. iversoti Morris and Mrs. W. It. Green. Plans were made for un ice cream supper and a birthday dlniiev, lo be given Monday. June 20th, for members having birthdays in'this quarter. Mrs. Louis Foi bis dismissed-the group. 4 « + Circles Meet. Circles or Ihc Woman's Missionary society of (lie First Mcfnoclisl church met Monday afternoon. All of (he groups had hospllul showers for Mtss Kditii Martin, missionary nurse, who is returning soon to 'iier work In Africa. Tlic programs were on "Why Go lo Church?" The calendar fund mis 'collected. Circle 1 met with Mrs. J. Mell Brooks when eight members and three guests attended. Mrs. n. M. Matthews had the lesson. In the so.cia.1 hour, sandwiches, cookies aiul iced tea were served" Mrs. M. G. Goodwin mid Mrs, W. J. Pollard entertained circle 'J al tho Goodwin home when sis attended. Mrs. A. C. Haley, 'nnd 11$. lesson. cream and" cake _werc servc<!. ' ' ' V '.Circle 4 inct with Mrs. E.'J. •Browne and Airs. Marcus Evrard as hostesses at the Evrard home. Mrs. Harry W. Hoiues gave the lesson for Die 15 present. Refresh- were served In the social Ourdon. at l!:i|)list Conference. Stflto ' Jeanne HniTbon sang "lavc's In My Heart" wlt'n Mrs. i: B. joyner 115- Mrs. James u. dark, third vice- U. D> «,.. „„„ o II c Ihe Memphis Baptist TM<i *,,,,,,.,„ , , , I Sunday niehl supper IiaHem Hi hospital. " ' | Mrs, A. B. Holland Is recuperating following a major operailon performed at the Memphis.Mclh- Wilsou, IKIS Hie Memphis the state Children of Confederacy pin- for obtaining [ha largcit number of members In i'nc past year. Miss Roulon Is presiding; "in the afternoon session which will i )c featured \clUi the election of officers, reports 'of officers, selection of the 1937 convenlion city am! the resolutions, Mrs. c, E. Crigger said n,» Invocation in opanlng me afternoon session, Miss Evelyn smart played Piano numbers, Mrs. c. si ow- tiiorp gnvc the rules of HK> con- Vfljillmi, a rc| , 3rt of thc m . kl \_ Ual committee was made, the rhiiii- tcr directors Introduced, an Indian (lance ..given by Bobby McHancy and it group of boys, and Mi cdlst hospital lilllic I'lpkin, of been admitted lo Hapilst hos]illnl. Mrs. T. I,. McIIancy and her Jiowcgucsl, Miss Laura Daugheriy, of Tupelo. Miss., attended tlie bridge party at Oseeola yesterday afternoon when Mrs. C. E. Hul- lengcr, Mrs. joe c/'romer ami Mrs. I , ss dred Muli- read "My Grievance." L:itc in Hie nfteinoon the con- yenlioii members will go to Osceoia for a swimming party and picnic supper Mi, Ml .i AJlnl .,,^ "^ = Cartwrtght as hostess. r,\ls will be followed by the dance at Ihe cliy n»?"»>;l''"> toiUgl.l in Honor of Ihe vblttng delegates. The convention will l,c concluriod n (he inoniltig wlt'ii ;, Dutdi Trent breakfast at the Hotel Noble. Four Chapters Will Greet Grand Matron Order of Edith make McLean, ol her official Bits of News Mostly Persona! Mr. and Mra. W, C. Cates arc leaving for the summer, • Mrs. Culcs ROlng to Kingsburg, Tfiui., for « visit with her .sister Ruing to Mount Pleasant, .,,„ vrlioi-o Mr. Gales will lie nnlll KU>- lomber 1. Mrs. Felix Cumberland nnd baby talc of Mcniplils, are guests of Mrs. Cumberland's mother, Mis E, A. McKlnnon, before going to Tueunicari, N. M., wlierc Mr. Cumberland has been transferred A, J. Overturf, of Stcclc, is !:cl with . metal ,vai-e, whlle- hamlicd fliilwcar, and cups and »«™ of yellow chlna. The Ubl. „,»»„ is while iincu wil,, h,s«,s of iacc, ,«„ ,„ , :hlt , ., „„„„; n liMfy bunli-i- cf greeu Mi r r.lics an outdoors loui-h. Heuse Shelters Spider Army LODI, Cal. <UP>-Workmeii .J gaged in moving a house Iw, claim to liold Use world's recoi for killing of black widow spldsrl They killed 213. It, was a questkl of killing them, they say, befol moving the house, or being blllJ in Ihe operation. FULI, DELICATESSEN LINE | Cheeses fpr all Itistes Cold Meals of any kind Fruit Juice & Ginger Ale , , FRESH YARD EGGS DAH Y riCKAni)'s GUO. •& MEAT JIAKKET Phone 673 — We Deliver 1044 Chickasawba HOT COFFE1 SKI! VEI) IVIfKUf; IT'S C0( Have your mld-niorniiig c In the AIR CONDITION) Coffee ;,'i',op at : HOTEL NOBL By LAUIIA I.OU'imOUKMAN NBA Hcrvii-c Slaff .Corre.S|ii>iitl«il NEW YORK.-So. it's a bullet cupper you're planning.- Just about tlie pleasantcst form of entertaining, too, on warm days. Guests like Ihc informality of these it is non-tarnishing and rust-proof. mm- in a practical clioice .-.„.„ Tlie designs arj simple, dgpr-ndi on tlie dull, silvery texture lines for beauty. been admitted lo Ihe Memphis Eye, Ear, Nose nnd Throat lios- pllal. Lenell Martin oi Keiser, ts a patient at the Memphis Methodist hospital. John Aslier, of Canithersville, h:is been admitted "to Ihc JcEcph's lios])ltnl, Memphis. ! '»wls. flurried because there's St. appear un- no cliance of lasl-minute preparations amiss. Designers of (oblcwcar have created new patterns t'nat seem particularly suited lo-fhis informal sort of entertaining. Metal, woo;l, •jllcct is summery and coDl-looking. Colorful IrulU or vegetables, ar_ ranged in a bowl or on a tray, and and j figurines of porcelain, pottery 01 i:d are appropriate. Candles add Yon mtiy set your table entire-1 » touch oi dignity ly with metal vvcar or combins it | A complete- buffet service in wi I, bowls and Iray., of pottery | eludes a eo(Te= service, t3a service china or wood, more are no rules . that must be followed implicitly; tlie more original your table, thc salad bowl, dressing bowl, chafing dish, ftors d'osuvres tray, jjiatas cups, saucers, beverage pitcher and i more guests ar e likely; to admire | glasses, nut and candy dishes Of ' u'clcf rin°a'^ ," fl ' oi<1 to llsc colov - i C0!ir£e '. wlietber or not you'need finish of the melals and woods. The experts have thought 5' a serving -to your Sll esls. You may up prefer one of the bakin» dlshc* - " . . o-" "I'j i"^»^i u,iK wi uie ijttKinv = .—-i ' lcw (vll - vs . tQO - ^ decorate the bill- fnat has its own trav an<1°w ralha, composition and cork are fct table, instead of (lowers, try main hot after b™n« roi HlllUnLT tlin innf^rlnlc iic/vl \fn(ol II (inVflm- of oi-fion . Inii., h, \ 1 *i-_ •_ i i . . ? . 'THe,-chuplcB of the uluul - „, Uie Uuslern Star at BlylliBvillc, Huffnmn, Osceoia and Wilson will have a group meeting here Mon o. i.,,, >Tiu ,i j,, ms uay aileron! iiiglit when tho grand worthy ™°n. Mrs. Ward has been 111 for matron. Mr* EVIHK **„, _.. c^,.,^ c..,.. visit The J. A. AsliHn'ciininer'oV' Huffman will be hostess. i and Holland News Holla ti (l-Kccvrii. Miss Martini Holland, of Steclc and Charlie Reeves, of Holland. «'erc united in marriage on Saturday, June c. by Justice of thc I'ciu-c II. Unlleuline. They are making their home with Mr. Heaves' parents. » • * Mrs. Board Stivers was hostess •Friday evening lo 24 members of the ciinir of Ihc church of Clirlst at Stcele. Mr. and Mrs. Dcwcy Kenley attended tin- funeral of Mrs. Mary Ellen Kolwicl:. or-New Madrid, who died ut her home there last week of paralysis. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Woadard lire Ihe parents of a 13-|xmnd son Willartl Glen, born Saturday'-night at Hie home of Mrs. Maggie nlcli- iirdsnn. Mrs. Wobtlnrrt was formerly Miss Winnie liichai-Json. Members of the W. M. U. visited Mrs. Tim Ward Thursday after- some time. Davic Strodes. Mrs. Price Tatum shut up. The prosram will begin with banquet at (h c Blue room of Ruth Travis, of Uewilt, Ark.. Mrs. Susie Wnlclrop were in Osceoia Saturday. Olcil'c Booker accompanied dent. Conference at Rideccresl, N. which C., are four college students from Elyllicville. They arc Miss Margaret Moore and Miss Ann Tomp- klns, of Otmcliltn college,, Milton Gralmm and Prank Hnflman, Mls- slsslppl college. This conference is held for ten days each June by the Southern Baptist Convention, over a thousand students from every slate in Ihc South attended last" year. Leaders are brought there to confer Wltli (he students concerning Chris- liari Student activities and problems on their cojlegc campus. V Is tile feature activity of tile Ban- list student Union. Two bus loads of students comprised the Arkansas be featured with an ncclrcss by Mrs. McLean and a minuet dance, by members of the Mrs. Claude Edwards and family and Miss Georgia iMae Best, of SI Louis, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. D Saturday ami Sunday. , unay lour chapters, under the direction! Miss Oma Dsll JlcCrnrv Is con- of Mrs. Charles Alford. j Tilled to thc home of 'her .sister, Mrs. vy...i,itrt *\uuiu. ; I.III,TI n> UHJ nuiiie oi iisr sister, M A number of district and state | Lawrence Stivers, with malnr'la cfllccjs are expected to attend. ' " ' "- - - • Ccncticlsts have found lliat llicrc are cltllcrciil kinds of white. The wliitc of While Leghorn cliickens acts In a dlllcrcnt way in crossing Hum docs the while of Silkies and White Rose Comb BanUvms. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Znlmcr arid son, Edwin, returned, to Cape Girardeau ntlcr a week end visit with Mr. and Mrs. sain Workman. Carol Lavernc, small daughter of Mr. and Mre. C. J. McConntck, lias returned from the naptisl hospital, Mcniplils. where she received treatment and transfusions. Miss Eunice Reid wfis Ihc week nicl guest of Mr. and Mrs. Carl iakery Specials ALL DAY - - KRIDAV, SATU«1)AY & SUNDAV inong ll.c materials used. Metal I " border of green,, luaiy branches j the "laid"' i'lV'nlac^'of the" -— j along three-sides of the lable. Tlie ' dish. and Miss Dorothy Gates Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart lire ', the parents of a daughter. Manic j Alice. I Mr. and Mrs. C. p. Jenkins, of] New Survey, visitc<l Mr. and Mrs I Russell Little and son, Anthony Saturday. t Russell Dcvorc lias returned I: i Elvhis, Mo., after a week-end visil I with Ills wife, who ts vtsilin^ 'ner parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Colioan. I Mrs. Thclnia Correl!. of caruth-j !i-svillc. spent three days last week ! with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edwards. ' Miss clamlinc Atkinson, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Atkinson. is receiving treatment for arl'hritis , al St. Louis. Mrs. James Perry, ,w-ho has bccu ill for some time, is unimproved. In Ssallle, J. c. Carrol, a'clam raiser, sued for SBOOO bcriuipe | steamships caused bis clams to! Rock coinpsiuy has six 4- & 5-1 Werks. o'f Cooler hojncs to be sold at from I Mi*, ijc.ssic oatcs ami diui-liior ssnn in-.«tmin TW,,,.. ir ^.i,. nr i r..\- virliiiin . , J ! ul "augnier Virginia, returned Wednesday from •Ith Mrs. Ttom Thompson W. W. Fincli, Hotel Noble. IB-pk-10 AND OTHER CRAWUHGlNSKTf 32% Quicker Atte Low V/eefc/y latteries, Brakei Seat. Sov«r§ NOW Phone 810 TODAY Phillips Motor Co. Service Center BILL WUKUhULICH, M S r. ip Layer 19c Glaze^poimts^perdoz. Parker House Roils, doz. lie 8c 'PS, per 12c 'ecan idc Special for Biitcreg Hour, 5 to 6 /;.//?. nnlu,' Friday, Saturday and Sunday Hot Cinnamon Roils, cioz. , ! 8c Vanilla Wafers, doz. 2f. Raisin Bread,'loai....'. . ..:. '.;..'.' 6c Plain Rolls, doz, • 5 C Cocoanul & Walnut Wafers, iloz. 3 C K|:cci.t! AKcnlitn Given All Special Orders llll Blytheville Baking Co. COOLEST Sl'OT IN TOW Last Time To(j«? Insist on. Bee Brand Insect Powder. TcsU in JlcCormick'.-i Ueath-House prove that Bet Brand Insect Powder kills 32fo quicker. Thais because Bee Brand is ground finer— i»lo wore killing particles per ouncc-whkh stick to thc insect and kill quicker. Yd Bee Brand cosls no more per can. Bee Brand Insect Powder is harmless lo children end pels- will not contaminate foods. Ask for it by name. Kill FUes, Mosquitoes, and oilier flying intccls wilh Beje Brand Insect Spiay. Ccnlains 17% extra killing power— »';*i more pyrethrins, the most imporlanl Hilling ingrcdieni. HIGHEST QUALITY-NEW LOWER PRICE Kill Garden InSGCtS with Rod Arrow Garden Spray. ftolscls roses, daHies. other flowers, shrubs. Kills anls in lawns, fcttylo use— siinply mix wilh water. JLeaves no poi- sonous.r«idue. McCormict ft Co., Inc., Baltunbrc, Md. *&$ '&(| iColuBbU,'. V.WI . 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