The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 19, 1936
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cr G ue BLYTHEVILLB,'.-<ARK.). : COUitIBR: NEWS- • MdGee-Scherer Mrs. Ola Williford has announced tlie engagement of her daugh-' Icr, Alma Williford WcOce, to Cornelius George Scherer The ueddlns will be solcmnired Sunday, June 28, at the First Baptist chinch. The bride elect, who has lived here for a numSer of years, Is tlie daughter- of the late John Wllli- lord Mr.. Scherer is the son of Mr. nnd .Mrs. John Scherer, 1114 Holly. Following their marriage Mr. Bcherer and his bride will go lo St. Lcuis to make their home. » t t County council Holds meeting. •In carrying out the decision lo meet with different clubs the North Mississippi county 4-H club council met at the promised Land school nouse Saturday. 'The vlce-prest-, deht> J. L. Masters, and the secretary, Miss E.'dora Meal, presided. The following clubs v.-era represented Bro!sn, Uesce, yarbro and Prom'E°1 Land There were several vKnors Including Mlssss Grace Seal, Alene Vance, Mary Frances Ncal and Mrs. Q. a. Ncal of still• man. The county 4-n club rally will be held In Blythevl'le June 25 and llic state 4-n club camp will b; hs!d at Tnyetlcvllle August. 5, 6 and 7th. Mr Fulerton dl'cusssd plans for raising funds to sond delegates to the camp. Burdette Is holding a farm and home buieau meeting July 1: They liavc given the 4-H clubs permission to s3ll cold drinks'. j John L. Dsmeron, assistant county agent, discussed .briefly the team demonstrations to ba held and emphasized the fact that record books niLst 1)2 «D to Q alc ta enter any kind of E contest. The next council meeting \Ul] te "nald at llio Yarbro school Saturday, August 15. Niuarcno Women Mecl The Woman's Missionary Society of the Hrst Ohurch of the Nazarens met at the church Thursday afternoon with 11 mem- Bers present Tlie .pastor, the Rev Harmon Holt, was a guest. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Oscni Alexandei and Mrs. Holt before the Bible lesson wns laushl by the pastoi He used the 15th chsptei of John Mrs. Henry Hhy- lee said the closing prayer. * * *. TImrala> Rook ' '. • ' Club, 1'tiriy When Mrs Belle Wootl hail tlie Tnursday Hook club this week she also entertained Mrs. M. o •a6od\u», Mrs,, Dmicnn,! Mrs DuJghl Bavitin. Mi's, j s < Qesell nnd Mi s w." M. Burns. j Old fashioned flowers, "sweet' peas and lilies decorated Ihc living loo'it Punch was served during the games mid Inter ii strawberry ice and pineapple cake were sened - . . ..'i.'.hiiJ Local lyirtics iiuitctl : To Attend Oiccola Party A numbei of Blythev'illo indies are being invited to a bridge party In Osccola Tuesday nfternomi nhen Mr<= Lefty Alexander. Mrs, David Lee, Mils. SinUli nnd daugh- l«, Mrs. Natalie :Ktng, will be. hostesses II Is u, be held at the clua rooms. These invited from -hen; are' Mrs. F. B. Joyner, Mrs. B A Lynch, Mis Cecil Shane, Mrs Joe P. Pride, Mrs. 5. J. Cohen, Mrs B L Banister, Mrs. Oliver W Coppadge, 11155 Carolyn Pride Mrs T L McHaney, Mrs. Russell Marr, Mrs. J. Ernest Hasson, Mrs Russell Farr, Mis. Louis Apple- bauni and Mrs. Samuel F. Ncnls. liar Club Part} Tlie final per'tj o! the Thursday Contract dub, ,1111111 the fall tea- son, was given by Mrs. a. O. Cau- dlll when she had a luncheon. Mrs. P. U Engler and Mrs. O.'A. uimnlngham substituted. She used rases anu Callfomh popples In the centerpiece or the dining tnble and sircetiieus were i Hie living room. In the bridge gomes Mrs. Edgar Bormn won the prize, a purse, and Mrs. Bugler nnd Mrs. Cunningham were presented pifts, , * • * Given Wiener Ilcml Mr. and Mis. W. S. Umgtton were surprised last night l)y « guests who had arranged a wiener roast. Tile guest list was made up ol memoors of the Dogwood Home Demonstration club and their hits'- biiiuls. After a sunpor of "hot dpgs," roasted over nn open flrc, nnd orangeade, old fashioned uaineii were played.' It was announced that the home demonstration club will meet next Wednesday at liie home of Mrs. Fido Ncal. Those not having" transportation are asked to jneel at the home of Mrs. W. J. Faiight, Mr 1 -.. Carl Green or Mrs. Ira Koonce, who will lake them. Bits of News Mostly Persona] Misses Juanlia Smith and 'uanltn Perry have returned home I from a visit In Savannah, Tenn. I Mrs. Ray Worthington has arrived home from a Jlvc week.v visit In Hot Springs,' Mrs, o. W. Stone, of OaruUiers vlllo. Is a patient at the Memphis Methodist hospital. • Jolin waiter Morgan, of HuUI , hns been admitted to the Mem > phrs Baptist hospital. j Mrs. W. F. Stafford w ns lakcn to the Memphis Baptist 'hospital Thomas Barber, of Osceoln, is a patient at the Memphis SI. Joseph's hospital. Mrs. Bclv'a Marlin nnd dnugli- ler, Mrs: Hnl McHaney, of Ken- ncti, were in the city today 011- loute to Osceola for the bridge party this afternoon. Pat Hargctt, who iinfi<, t -»' ( .nt. r>n operation Tor iippemllictb 12 days "»n a' the Blytheville hospital is now able lo be out. Mi*. W. D. Oiinmblin, Mrs. M. A. Isancs, Mrs. Milton StenibcrE nil Mrs. W. H. Mtnynrd were In Memphis yesterday.: The Love That You Returned to Me lly Welshmen- r PUK love ilial you returned lo me, (Iwir one, 1 Is love llml you sliall hunger .for, ynu say. Is it because ils liold lias grown too slronj; Thai fcai'ing ihraldom you must RU away] "I liurry froin the potency of need For all you give. 1 am afraid iluit 1 Who love you more llran you, deir, do believe Shall grow lo loatliu love's bowhijjs by and by." >r pis ilms .vou s»e,ik. Von are a little buy • 1 Wlio st-'i's Hie world as his brns'e hunting ground And fears to claim one spot as his albiic. Lest owning il, liis spirit will bu bound. Love muft lie free—I know ilial more tlwh you". Wind, sprinc, tluwii, stars are no)..held-'in tlic band. Vet IbcrcV no force that can U|>vool them,; Love is nol grasped—ok doii'l'yon understand 1 ; <*l'StiBlil )IW tiy NKA .Sinter, In.. All n|.ilnlluJ CHURCH EXCUSES Osceola Society — Personal Miss Faye . Stevens,' who has been visiting 'Mrs. Jack Ray and Mrs. George Edrington [or ten days, left Wednesday for Little Rock where she will, visit for two weeks before returning to her home at Magnolia. Horace Whitam, who . Is connected with the government fleet here, will 'arrive the • last of the week with his bride, the former Velum ShcUon, of Lambert, Miss They were married there on June 7, and have spent their honeymoon In New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. c. Fi Crabtrce of Avon Park, Fla,, \vlll arrive today for n month's visit, with her parents 1 Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Se- Braves, at Florenden plantation Mrs. F. B. Hnle left today for a month's visit with her niece Mrs. Roger Pdltrns, li) : .Fi6.s>i)lng, The following Osceola• bo» left (his week for the Boy Scout encampment, Camp Crowley, > near Vunmlale. Dick " Prewllt,*' Billle Driver George Doyle }r. v ": Giles, Buddy Bowen.'-Jlmmle Cart- wrlslil, Billle JRccd.aiid R D Meats, Buddy BOITCJK'JS ' a' jiijilor .ouusclor_at the camp,-' T'; • = By G. W. JtarbaB- Gosnell News Mr. and Mrs. Jim Richardson, of Osceoln, were guesls Sunday of .1. W. Richardson. Albert and Delhi Edwards, «r Kennctt, Mo., were guests Sun- dny of Charley Cime. Mr. nnd Jfrs. I l-hc parcnls of n . Shirley, born June 17. Mr, nnd Mrs. jioy Holt are (lie parents of a daughter, Freda * HctK bni'll Juno 10. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Moody visilctl Mrs. Moody's sister. Mrs. Tom . .vidner, ai Half Moon • Sunday. Mrs. giiMii Bryeans, of Blytheville. K-ns the sM'pjt Sunday of her sister, Mrs. Williams, Green Ledbetlcr injured n leg here Wednesday while loading piling. Mr. nnd Mrs. King, of Osccblu were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cnnc. Mrs. Monk Jones is Ihe gucsl !hls week of Jicr juothci-, Mrs. McGcc. Mr. and Mrs. Diet Slalnm, oi Holland, were the grcsts Simriny of the Rev. M. Vcrtion nnd fam- . Hy. Well, Sister nnti Junior nrc b-pcnciing their vncntlon with Mother, so I. am free for at, least n while,, and I ( thlnk by Ihe time they get brick I'canjiave arrange ments .made-16,go wttli Ihem to Church and Sunday School myscli This .would ,glvc me n Jot of pleas | nrc, for I luvc my children .nnd my church, t hough I - don't feel that my church lins ..been -quite fair to me in fnlllrie • to i see ilia diner nnd Junior had ^soinc one to lake Ihcm every suiujay. Even Hoi'iiersville Society—'Personal Mr. and Mrs. Harry. sh'epherd.-.Di 1 I and Mrs. F, Kiiisolving chopped Jn • Blylhevllle iiisl Friday. ' Edwin Oopo, who./hits been al tending the Unlvcrsltjvof Tennessee .school of medicine al--Memphis, nr lived Wednesday to spend 'his vi>- cntlon with .Ills, parents.. Dr.-and Mrs. E. G .Cope. Miss Hazel Ei-p relumed to hei home nl Little Rock Sunday, nc compa'nied by ^!lss Cnrline Watson who will spend two weeks there visiting /Miss Erp ;ind other :fricuds. Sam p v ks, fif Blylhevllle, iis : spending this week here with .Ills sJslcr, Mrs. T. O. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. James Dacus and daughter, Dortha Aiihe, of iMe'm- jlhls, were gueits Monday ol -lirs. Wlllnrd Mlzell. Mrs. Roy (plark. of West plaltii, nnd Mrs. E.-T. Pope, '.of 'Colorado, arrived Sunday for a visit with the; Pastor ninl Sunday. School Eiiperhitenttcnt don't seem i /to realize, that children ulth man tiers '-they linvc would be au hi- eplratlon • lo all the others. Then. ioo, they-should:know that when f ha\e so mui,h depcndlne oil me In planning for" our ,Satiird5y clglurClub, I have little time" lor church as v,c seldoni get home tin il caily Sunday morning so 'Jt nisi hn\c mj lest I ha\e thoiitfht f toing before the CJnucli boirji jnd demwidbig my ilghte (i theii sislcrs \ ts Botha Kin oh Ing and Mrs. Leonard Edniorxlsto Dr. P. Klnso'lving and nephew, D./Rumn.'rirovc. to Si: Louis Morf- dflylo spend several ,dn.ys on-mi, ness. ' 'Mr. and Mrs. Blinct ScbaiiRli ah.. "on Bland jr mo\ed here this week Tliej aic IMng In the L Edinoudston bitnsnlow on Mahi street Mr fcebaufh b tlie new bi| perlntchdent of" the • Homersville chools t Mr and Mrs Charles F KliK man nnd their guests Mii S 'j. Crasno aid daughter Mnrj Vir tlnla of Ml Vrrnon 111 spcnl Thursday c and -Friday at. IMcom'b, visiting Mrs. A. F.'BIakemorc and Mrs. H. H. Blnkcmorc and their families. - - I- Cathode Ray Harnessed '\ OTTAWA, Ont. (UP) — A iey cathode ray microscope, 10 times more 'powerful Hi ah an ordinary' microscope, wns-.demonslratcd tit: b .meeting of ilie jtoyal, Society of •Canada here. The neV nilcroscbpi uses n stream of electrons instead of liglu rays to'produce ma .tions. , ,,,[,,,.-. ^ »"IV> IVU6. ' J. L. Williams.-, look. Jittle Dorothy Djess nnd Lan Williams to Lime ttcck Wednesdai whence tliti will accompany Mis R s Wilspn Jr nnd childicn Nancy Snow and Snow ji to Sinta Monica Cnl lo spend the summei rhcj nin Jlsit Ihc Centennial Imposition nt Dallas this week on thcii \va\ west and return bj way of Denver and salt Lake Oitj li'llor in Memphis yesterildj Mis Joe Ciomer Mi^ w % Prenllt and Mr-, C E Sullengei were hostesses to sixteen tables of bridge in the Progressive club room Wednesday afternoon Prlxes wrc awarded MIS Edward Se Braves Mrs C A Davis Mr& Joe Hires of Llixoin ind Mrs A \\ Bowen M ls E L Boles won thq P lie among- the tea t uesls M, b J Paul Baud of Dicrsburi, ing in out of toun (,ucst Mis Clmiles* Golem in ciitci lolncd \\llh a bridge luncheon al hei countiy home on, Tucsdaj honoring Mis j r mi , BaW '», Dvcrsburs, Tenn Mr. Hugh Hughey of Atlanta nnd Mrs rnad rtiton of Houston To\as Mrs Franlt HKon of Tun (.11 and Memphis, his been tlia guesl of MR b L Gladish, r or ? • dijb ' ' C F Sullongci and 'son ^i-u lra nnd Miss Aline Word hateactcd business in Memphis tjesteiclaj 1 tlcclrlc Current Mblm ^ 1A6ADENA Cal iUpJ_-Wbere most people try lo dodge electrical cuircnls n Pis -\ dene in v,ss fined $50 untt given n two jear subpend ed Jail sentence for slealin? one Tlie pnrticiilaj mricnt stolen tame from a powc'r'-cnble-'and was used for power purposes. Wt HAVDLfc 1HL BUbl MEATS OK1AINAULC ^c Gutranlct haluJaLtion One Trw Mill Comhicc \au Heads Arkansas Children of Confederacy for tlie Coming Year Miss Evdyji Smart, president of t'nc James F. Ruddcll chapter of the Children of the Confederacy, of Blytheville, was elected president' of the Arkansas Division In the fourth 'annual convention held here yesterday, ot'nor' ofilccrs named were: Miss Winnie McHenry, Conway, first vice president; Miss Mary Virginia Matey, North Little Rock, second vice president; Miss Dorothy Bromley, Helena, third vice president; Miss Virginia Hudson DeWjtt, recording secretary Mkt Miriam Smith, Blytheville. 'corresponding secretary; BUI' we 1J e Mourning, Little Rock, treasurer; Miss Cora Frances Florence, Con- wa^, 1 historian; James Earl Butler North Little Rock, nag bearer; Miss HnrriU Lambert, Helena, clraplaln' Next year's convention will IK held at Conway. The convenlioji closed following the dance at Hie city auditorium fast night when : Harold Sudbm-y and his university of Alabama orchestra furnished the music. f'ms followed a swimming party at the Osceolu pool, with the Blytheville chapter a's.hostcss, ami'Jnt- er the convention members wore guests "of Miss Martha Jane Cart wngm foi a suppej in tne gudsn of hei home at Osceola Hnaie'l'iiths'demanded blERUA MADBE Ca! (UP) Hoise'loujs of feierra Maclic \j ro\ia Arcadia 1n d S an Gabuel have oiginb»d -i rebellion ,igiinst the automobile dymst) Tiic J?ioliitl6narj movement, win demand a portion O f the gisoline lux funds iioujised foi Hie consimc tion Q f au omob ii e j,igi lnaji5 r o bridle piths which the iuto can not iu\Rde- GARLIC and PARSLEY for I ncc of G rlc p r fey TjL : e !•. reducing li el, 1 looc! p., «iir , conted. No ojor So nv? I i(T«°ivc '. ; i ^SKED YOU'T6' : 1 IHVITE VOUR PR1ENDS OVE JOR-^ DRIN KDFMILK FREE DELIVERY CALL 1)73 PICKARD^S GROCERY HAD. SO" MENTIONED Tti MILK WAS FROM CRAIG'S 'DAIRY '[lie. SWEET .FULL FLAVOR ' ol CRAIG'S -MILK uwkes ' Jrlcnds; t!ic HEALTHFUL NUTRITIOUS qualities keep Ihem. and Stockholders —arc actively interested in the welfare of this Community. O I'R etockhoMers arc » group of averairu citizens taking part in the home, Bocml and business life of the Comnuinity. They have enough interest and faith* in Hie Community and 'in the undertakings, of ttoir neighbors to invest their money in tlie cep-itai which makes possible the operation of this bank. Our officers and employees, likewise, are a part .of the Community ai.d actively intert.ted iii its progress. Our board of directors are mature, successful citizens who give their time and counsel to help the bank render efficient banking service. The welfare and progress of this-Community are of paramount interest to everyone connected with this bank. Deposits Insured By The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Washington, D. C. 55,000 Maximum Insurance For Each Depositor Farmers Baik & Trust Co. ' Blylhcvilie, Ark. Radio Program Goes on Air Saturday r JUNE -IS, --108G • In line with a nation wide plan for. dissemination of information relative to the Worte Progress Administration, a nation wide WPA program will be broadcast from 3 lo 3:30 Saturday afternoon. Arrangements arc being made >r a loud speaker at Walker PHl'k, so that the supervisor and employes may hear the message, and there will also be loud speakers a I central points at J^eachville, Manila and Osccola. It will be heard iii (his territory Irom WMC Mer.iplils. DELICATESSEN LINK Cheeses for all tastes Cold Meats of any kind Fruit Juice & Ginger Ale FRESH YARD EGGS DAILY PICKARD'S GKO. & MEAT MARKET I'hone 073 — We Deliver : 1044 Chtckasawba HOT COFFEE SERVED WHERE IT'S COOT; Have your mid-morning cup .lu the AIB CONDITIONED Coffee buop al HOTEL NOBLE Veterans-and Others 1'leasc sec me lie fore buying » home; -'vacant lot, or a farm—large 6'r small.. I can .save you money. I have some very low-in ieeti Ms, desirably ' located ' for-homes in sections served by [litve- mcn'l iiiid]scwcr, but without lax, practically. ... I liavc sulnirhiin acreage, close in, but wl[n- ont improvcniGni tax. : ,1 bitve aUritclivc collages, on or ofl' (lie pavement. '.'.,.. I have farniK—farge ami .small. All these at prices to still the buyer. E. M.TERRY. & U Bakery Specials ^_ LL nA ^ IRIUAV, SATURDAY & SUNDAY. Baltimore Dip Layer 13c Glazed DonutsJ per doz. lie Pafe House Rolls, doz. 8c late Drops; per doz.___ J2c PfecanNutireadjloaf :W'r^lfou r , 5 to 6 p. m, ; -only,.-Kndayl,JSgJhiirdiiy. and Suritictg Hot'Ginnafnoh Rfilh, doz. ;.., g e . vYanilla Wafers • doz. :l"..I ; ~ "~~--~"~"~"^ ; Raisin Bread, loaf' - '"' "^g c " Plain Rolls, doz.,, .i ; '"'"." " "5,. Cocoanut & W/»!hiit 'Wafers, doz! ~ 7 "'""" 3c ••f '_- / .;.l^_-jT -..:...':' '"""" a • • < = ' Special j Allcntion Given All Speeial Orders -./' -PHONE-110- Blytheville Bakirg Gp ? Hubbard Hardware Co. DEALER TODAY! 1928 CHEVROLET COACH .. 1928 FORD TUDOR SEDAN ... J92!) PONTIAC GOUPE •192S FORD ROADSTER 1930 FORD TOWN 'SEDAN ... J929 CHEVROLET COUPE .. 1930 PONTIAC SEDAN '. S n- • . on S 85 5 47 ? (io S 73 S 50 $ 60 J931 FOltD TUDOR SEDAN .... 1932 FORD Si'ORT ROADSTER' :1933 CHEVROLET COUPF, 1034 FORD UE LUXE KORDOR 1931 FORD V-S TUDOR . . 1935 FORD V-S COUPE 1935 FORD DE LUXE FORDOR S175 5275 S35o S455 PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. OPEN DAY AND Ni(,n r . AN1) SUNUAV COjME , N CORNER 'WALNUT & 5th STS. DON'T DELAV 4 • " fi •»'.. ' OTHiR "WtAR-EVER" VALUES ; BIG 6-QUART SIAIN-RESrSIING A/Umitlle And Cornplele 1 "Wear-Ever" Aluminum Accessories lo Moke' Preserving Easier

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