The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 23, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 23, 1936
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PAGE T\VO Crete. BIA'THKVILI,ii, -(AR«.) COURIER Social Calendar of- Qlirlst Bllijo Slaty meeting with Mrs. JJuford Martin, ?;SO f, ». Executive board of Woman's Missionary Society, First Christian church, meeting with Mrs. C. A. 'Tanf, THVRSr>A-rs EVENTS W. M,. C., Lak? Street Metho. di^t church, haying |ce cream cnprer Bt church. Mrs. .Jo? Lltzclfelncr, pf Wnsh- ;i.j-K(i. P. C., Mrs. J, \V. Ad.ams jr., and Mrs. Cerlc(oi| Smith, of Htw Orleans, hiving bridge part)' for Mis? Sue Butt, 2:JO P, M. Eastern $(?r Chapters Entertain Visitors Here. 'The Blylhoville, Osceola, Wilson Hid the J. A. Ashlln, Huffman chapters of (he Order of the Eastern Star entertained SO guests with a' banquet at the Blue Room of the Hotel Noble Monday night In honor of Mrs. Edith McLrthi of Ourdon, Ark., vtorlhy grand rnn- , jThe Invocation ^as given toy Dr. I* E. Tucker, .worthy grand sentinel of t'np General Grand chap- tf r of the world, \Vords ol welcome were given by Mrs. II. A Nccl and the response by Mrs. Mpsslc Barnes, of Lepanlo. Max B; Reid, toast master, Introduced tile distinguished guest-J. Muslp was JyrnisjietJ by Earl B. snydcr, plan ll^-i und M|BS Bonnie Jeanne Buch ijuin, violinist. ^Following dinner tlicrc was u ipeettng at the Masonic hall, presided over by Mrs. J. E. Pailcrson, worthy matron, nnd f;. H. Reid, of (Jeceola, worthy patron, Mrs. Mc- IJin's address was on "Love" AfU er her talk a inlquel dance was jiven by ten women of the /our rjhapters, Mpria jeap Ncal gnve n fading, "The Minuet." "Mrs, E. R. nogfin, of Luxori\ J»eserjt*d Mrs. Mctaln a gift from we foiir dhahptcrs and Mrs. Chtlds presented (he.worthy grand patron, Dr. r ra • EUls, n glfi, pnd n life membership cejrlincnle frotii thf Qscepl« chapter,. -"Other out of town enests were: H, J. Bibbs, Mrs. pehna League Mrs. i^eu-js and 'Mrs, Aria Gasell of Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Hcz Henson, of Amory, Miss., Mrs, Ga- iy"ian,, pf Horijersvllle, Mo., Mr and ilrs. Walter HI1J and Mrs. MC- .jCIellan, of Wpanto, and Mrs. Ka^ y.herlne Green, 6(, Mania. '}.';« Birthday Party.:* .-•.''."' ; Juanit^ Rosa Hall, (Jaimtitor of Mr. and Mrs.- Rajrjla'll^Kas" two was attehded'py-eJg'riVBUcsts of the same age, anct-thelr mplhers. ^Trie reffeshmept table was ar- "gljed jn Uje yard with balloons nariguig from a Irce above the table Trtnch had the birthday w ke for the centerpiece.. .The cake was sen'f4: with rjixie: cups. Pictures were taken or the guests >; ho * er «.' QHey Rqpp,. Donna Sue vore, Jean Tjllar, Bl|Iy beane Ing-am Shirley, pale.- Cumberland, Ronald pean-.Fjshcr,-."'Charles Ed Jones and Peggy; R u t,'n: Zachry. Council ; H »sSt«iin s , -The xyoninn's Council of Ihe First. Christian church had a meeting Monday afternoon, nt the home 01 Mrs.; M. Fitzslpimgns when an Printed Silk Coat on Plain Frock Bits of News Mostly Personal n and Mi\*. l)«n cille:i Ircarse pi mint, Mr.t. m, ,* T A»- > "i ^v^N ^.•;:;^v* i /* » % <s« / ••>' ->°' -^ «^/^. LIOLLYWOOD'S Orry Kelly re* A versed tradition whqn he cle- lEned this printed silk coat to bo :orn over a blue frock of heavy corded silk, ft is splashed with ed, green and ; blue cherries, ^otc. the. double-breasted lines nnrrd_w.i-.R)]% and; rcvers. and :.comforlab)y ivldc"ciiffs, 1 " "- 1 ie. outgoing president er .work Bn q the study . he book, "That other »' .was completed .Mrs. c. A. Tant, Uie •„,,„ prcsl . dent or the •entire missionary group, anonunced that Mrs. Carroll j>ut---i..:d ',>ad bden appointed re- T Iv> r 1?, ,l trs - ^ L Ward, Mrs. i^!?' ^ «3tbrook and Mrs. V. G Holland; group kaders. ' wS E ' llS '" apprcciation oi her Included in those present was fieW Mo^'iT Barnam of P ioom - Mre.'. C. r A.,T^St ?IIeS °* Mf ' 81Kl Mflhddisf Women Have Guest D«y J»ree of the tea -with' Mrs. ? w Adams Jr, Mrs. w! J/'pol ard " Plon ' Mrs - Har " Parker and ,K - & Martha Ann Lynch ^erv Mildred ,, * f ,"tin," Jane Brarison r>«>>- -Maylielle., Snyder. .The program .fr'is" arranged bj Mrs,••!}.. A: Lynch .'vrh» read tht anpture leKon, from the thin chapter of John, and Mrs. A c Haley offered prayer, for the de- vctional period. Mrs. Paql L i^ p . : ton,.Mrs. .George M. Lee and Mrs Russell Farr. sang with Mrs. Murray Smart at the piano A read Ing-»as given by Miss Mildreu Mulr. Joe Ei-rard pjajed an accordion solo Miss Bonnie Jeanm Buchanan plajcd a Uolin lumibe "'"> Earl B. Snjder as accom GARLIC and PARSLEY for High BLOOD PRESSURE Alhimn' Eupict of Girlie Pirtler Table v>h»ilc lot, ttJocing hi|li blood prtjsur ijlurflj ipjmjly coned NO odor. No (an f*X*. L»5k- A lk. 'or. llcst ubttl's hir').ln &VCE OF CAflLIL .no »u«, fee and |1.00. Kitby Bros, Drug Co. Mrs. Theodore I.c; Oils Shepherd have to Wayne City, 111 Hie dcall) of thi'ii J. J. Feathers. Muja Skallcr, inl;;iiic at the Jilythevllte IiosnlUil, went u> St. 1 U>uLs today where he «-lli take the national nicdlenl Ijoanl cxunilna- tloti. Miss Oerllo JSynl, a! Victoria, Ark., IN a jwllont at the Memphis Sopllst hospital. Charlie West, of' Carutheravllle, Jiiis been ndjnltlni to the Memphis Methodist hospital. Mf.i. M. A. Purkti was mkun lo the McmnliLs Mclhodij.l hospital yesterday. Smoky Anderson hus returned from a visit with her futhci', Cotil Anderson,' who took, her lo Orcouwoud, Miss., TJioni«.smif, On., and points of Ploclcla, Mrs. Claude H. Stewart nuil week, motored lo „ „,- iliiy t ovislt Mauls nnd relative-; of Mr. Upscamb hetore they re- 'i;rn homu Thursday, Miss Doiinii Salllni, who has been cmnloycd In n bfnuty .M,op al Kciscr, has been transferred lo Minlla, where she ; s to niiinanc a Mrs. lien . Cooper nnd clillriren. of Kennctl. nrc guosls uf Mrs Cooim-'s sister, Mrs. p c lioth- fcck, and family. J. U Thompson of Memphis who is spending some lime here iloliiR Komn building i-onlractlnir work, spent the weekend nt home He formerly lived h, this dtr Mrs. Randolph King, or 'jnck- >», Ten.)., is the giicst or her mother, Mrs. T, J. Ci-owder. ror nist. Miss Margaret Shaver euvc rending. A violin number wu's (vcn by Mrs. Stuart H, Salmon vith Mrs. P. D. Joy tier nt Ihe nl- no. ^>ke Strctt Women Ian Ico Cream Supper. Plans for an Ice crsnm supper, o be held tonight, were made nt a meeting or Ihc Woman's Missionary _ society of the Lake Street itEl'nodlst church In ii meeting Monday afternoon at HIE church. The 17 present Included ii new lumber, Mrs. A. F. lluninglon, Mrs. W. L .Green presided In the iiECting. Mrs. Ivcrson Morris nnd Mrs. A. L. Reagan ofTcrcd prayers and the 4Cth Psalm wns used for the scripture lesson. Officers Fleeted. The Junior N. Y. p. A. chiit _. .'he Full Gospel church elected :hese officers in a mcellng Siindaj night: James Hanlcy, president; Virginia Henry, vioe president; Georgia Duvls, secretary nnd Ireas- urcr. The new program rmmjiitte." is Nellie BosH-'cll, Mary Stanfield and Elujibelii t Jen-el Wicker and Bud Slcwar on the sick ronimitlec. The Retts nnd Blues sides , selected with Elizabeth Davis n = captain or the Blues and nud Stow- Lonlsr Davis were Baptist Vacation School- Will Observe Centennial t-'onjmencemcnt exercises or the Vni-allon lilblo school, held at tlie 1'irst Baptist chui-ch for the p-ist : Iwo weeks, will be combined with im Arkansas Centennial ob«erv- »»«' in n proi'ruj)i Wcdncsd'Hy nislit, 7:30 o'clock, nt the church This program Li being planned cs- t-ot'lnlly for thu parents and friends of ll, e 378 .sludente who have been , attending this school Handiwork nf the boys and ylrfs 111 l)c on display „, six roo j ns neloi-o the progrnw, which will be made up of u dcmonslrnlkm, of )iible drills, followed by the Cen- Unnlnl proBinm, This school was thu largest Vac- atlon school held in tlie state nc cording to l|| C RlsVm Alfredv'car- pentcr, pastor, who hns been us- slsthig In the school. Miss Minnie t-oiter bj |)rlnci])a], Kciscr News Notes Mr. aiiil Mrs. I.yerly left Wf(l- Move Tall Spire, 'Shrink' Church . Mrs. A. U. Little. Mrs. lUusell lilllllis, Mrs, noss D . n, IB ,, cs Mrs. uyron Morse, M, s , Uarry Klrby ami Mrs., o. W. Afflick "Jill BO to Mnyllcw. Ky., tomorrow to )0 tucsls of Mis. Will Norinun Tor .he cliiy. Mrs, J. A. Leech, wlu. Is HOW Vlslllnt' ii) PlKllJCjlll, Ky ivlll >1SO JoiiJ l| 10 pj.Hy n|lt | ,. Dl ,, home with them. Mrs. .Norman nns frequently visited • here ns uest of the Lccclii's. Mrs. W. B, Ariiiatfong, formerly of here iun| umv 0[ L | ltlc ^^ »ho luidcnvctu a.major opewtion n. veek ngo' ^ Uifc'. Memphis Bnp- ''""" ' 5 '' > ' lenst unothcr week. Mrs. A. H. Holland, w i, 0 recently underwent a major operation "nt a Moiiiphis hospital, |5 IIOW v , 5iu it-ltitlycs In Memphis before being Ifslpul coimly highway department. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Wilson returned Friday night frr.m Coh- wuy. where they spent two weeks wlht Mr. und Mrs. McClnin. ." Mr. and Mrs. Hugh T. Hudson Irfl Fi-idny inornhiB for Memphis and Ponlolcc, Miss. They lind Iwcn vIsllliiB Mr. nnd Mrs. J H Wiills of Kelser and Mr. and Mi'vs. Joe Mounts of- Oscepla. Mis. U M. Grcbhiim of Wllspn' Ims been working In (hr office' ol fJf. J. T. I'clk In lhe absence ol Mrs. Waller Kcltncr. J. D. Hlglftower is spcndini! 'tlie week wllli ULs .sister in Sardls MI.«. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. Anchlin and daughter Frances arc spending end weeks with Mr. nnd Mrs.' Ooc Knrlan. ' .-,-: Hev. Edgar 'Carney of Joncsborb :iiiuc over Saturday' for lhe regular Simdiiy .services at Ihe Map"si church. "* Mrs. Uoc linrlan nnd Mrs. Dick Walson attended si" bunco party H the home of Mrs. T. L. Jiour- c-.nd Thun-tlny night, Mrs. R. H. Rump nnd daughter Knthcrlns Hose moved into 0110 of the new bungalows In thb Kcrr.l addition lust Thursday. '"' Virelula .'of "Memphis are bpcndliigi Ijie Week with Mr. nnd'Mis. Ken^' M, Mo, is tile guest of her cous- i. Mrs. c. A, Taut, and Mr. T nnt. Misses Sue nml Elolse Uamsy have as their guest Miss Allsnc Ifopgorxl, or Monelte. : Rosa ChurdTwiinGiye Ice Cream Supper Saturday There will fc c an Ice cream supper nt the Rosa church Saturday be VV '''' rtl thc '" ll)lic is ""'i^'rt, will church. eulcra .malices or TUESDAY, JUNIO 23, '10:5(1 Queen of Stars •in Costiime In a project so liay.nrt.lous that only Lloyd's, of 'England: would underwrite it, ihi s jg'j_ fool, 3.5iK).Ou'0-pouiid steeple ot the Central Methodist church millic heart of do.wnlown De- li-oit, is to be moved 26 reel to Ihc mam, body of the church lo make way for street widening. As shown above, a segment has been citt from tho cdilice so. lhat tho church conhl be 'V The Editor's Letter Box (To Hie editor:) I noticed :in item published by you some lime since in reference to submitting the question or re- cnme down ror a visit with his intlicr mid brother, Mr. nntl Mrs. .!. L. Ucdcnl>aii"h will be employed as a dragline operator. Mia Walter Kcllncr rotimieil- riokis dblitsr.-Mississippi county mid otiicr eastern counties :\ yreat in- justicr. No.n- if siirt) a pefifiaii lias b'jii circulated I ] mvn not heard r>t the fact. I would love to sec this (ton? as n mattsr.of justice to the pso- Ple of cnslmi Arkansas mid especially the. people or Mississippi county. Statistics slirm- tii.-n xn = . nnunccment to the world that Ulhiopiu now is lliilian is by menus nt a set j j of new s inaikinu Selassie's fallen Italian 'colon) ; The s t a jn n s bear a porlrait ^m 5 **^ uf Kmpei-oi- Vjcloi I iniiiunuU tinci carry the date »[ May 9. 193^ when Addis Ababa was occupied, by Mussolini's lumps. The name of Klhmnjii .appears in bolh ]{o- man anil -Amhnric lettering, There • ri' three values. V :': V ('.•over collectors no longer will cri'ivc co-operation of postal ofli- t-i:iK in Circa! Hrilain imd its col- om.-s, duo to a recent ruling from London thai no postmaster cancel stamps on envelopes mailed to him f»r r'.'tiini to Ihc senders. Of <uiii-K", covers for colleclion.s may be ;;t-ist tliroush llrilisli and colonial piistolliccs with the aid of nn- uflicia! agencies in (lie various colonies. J!ut that u'ill be quite a dink-lilt umlcrhkinjt, and so li.-st <tay and oilier commemorative covers j'roin these places will l;o ran: ami \vilunWo. Canada, and oilier self-govern- inn territories, will continue' to cooperate with collectors. « V ll There ;irc Illinois lhat (he U S Posloflico Department is planning' to print more of Ihe commemoni- tives, including Ihc sheet of four desumod for the recent stamp exposition, lo take care or conlinu-. ins; dcmanils ror llicsc stamps: Tf! so, the stamps may he worlli not) much iiioi-c than their face value > ^c^yrl^il, I'ju. xi;\ Koivii;^, l,,g.) j liillon of about 70,000 people mid only ons reprc'sEiilativs isn't, rinhl nor just and while we may not have Ihe intelligence or our' nci"iibc>" we ci'itiiitily have a right To use what we have. .However, m ,, « x - pcnencc .s'hows tliat \ve are at least I 1 equal lo the avsrugi! in thnt re- 1 -licet, and I frol that »c should te allowed 1 0 exercise our r igl,t to show what we have. Now I hops ivial if such petition is out that fioiiii: live, active ,rr- «>n may yet hold or it and .see that it is properly signed and filed with the pawers that b= and let us net that justice whk'.i v,-s an- cn- litled to and which has Ion" Iron delayed. Yes, ktep biisv ant" t ^iis hack.on ilic map while we liav-" ;,n Qhancc to- yet fiicre. Afghans Enter Olympics DKLHI. (Ul'>—Afghanistan is lo be represented in I lie Olympic fiMtnes for the first time ot Berlin this ycsir, The team will consist, of 15 hockey plsiyors an-J one athlete, w.m will enter-for the broad Jmni nnd Hi,; hop, skip and jump. lieforc the Ice Age, the Colum- i fcla river flowed against the east- ii.Ime of t!;c> Casc-adc r.ui^e, of - iishington. At one place, it plunged over a did almost oue- .sixi'ii ol a mile deep. FITS totaling uinrn tluin cas,- OBO ham t:en taken in three yjar; on a rjoir corrsc run by the 'LUII- (liin County Council. lomobilu accident, is able to'be ic'cnl'iiivc ^hlle nn^ °" e '?•"" broken 'nL''^ 1 "'^'!' 1 ^. *"* ' Vith OnljF ' *' m ^ SMOO^opie .-Jg.talivcs. Till; isn't right nor'fair • and we Imvi Ihe rig'iU to submit than isrrndV"'^^"^,^ lhe - (1 " DSli01 ' to tli= fnir ''»»<"" »» eyes. .s eg operated by bootlegging rings ThCSe supply .s'litps. in Cheeses ror all taste Cold Meats ot any kind Fi'iiil Juice & Ginger Ale FRESH \-nstD EC;GS DAILY I'tCKAltD'S fiKO. & .BIEAT.MAKKKT Phone 073- We Deliver . ID'l-l Chlekn.sawba people or thr| stale ns ii whole who. I reel, will d< the right IViIng when' -. _— .their attention i.s called to the in-1 to communicate with'Justice bchigifioiic our pjop]?. NOW] us you knowithlK is very important; to Mississippi caimly. TlK itlen of,; . e m o, _? 'i! ' C!i A<Is P:iy - i ?! ss!ssi l'P' eHinty having a popu-' ATTENTION CANDIDATES! I can furnish YOU con-cut lists or bona fide voters, nr- ^smgcd nlphsifcctlcally, by school districts. CiriiAt'. C. J. LITTLE, Ifalc Bids;., Blythcvillc c-ontel™ 1 "' 1 '" °' l ' 0! ncd ^ '« « _I'hirtccnjittciu!od the incetln z . HOT~COF"FEE SERVED WHEiU: IT'S COOf, Hnvc your mid-morning cup In thc AIR CONDITIONED Codec - u nr,p nt HOTEL NOBL -^—— — ifT-iiTggaaici.HKLaBiKm, HEAR J 0 O. JOHNSTON ...discuss Ihc rclilirat Silnalinn anil the Cainliilacy of Judge R. A. (Bob) COO for HERE IN BLYTHEViLLE Wednesday, 8 p. m. June 24th Manila, Wed., June 21, 2:30 P. M. Lcailnillc, Tliurs., Juno 25, COOK FOR GOVERNOR CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE Mcncllf, Tlims,. ,!„„„ 25 , S:30 I', ^t. Jcncsboro, Tliurs., June 25, S P. JI. Courier News Classillcd Ads Pay. I I'ilht man shoi-ld earn more than fS.CSO cusli Ills first year. AdLlres.v: Baler, Manager, 408 Union M.U'I. Bank, mag.. Little Rock. Art. -Adv. 'J'alk of ercat-hisUifX-'-costtiiiii; pic-lures, and yon'have li> iu- dllilo Naniia SlK'siror, who just riif.lies out or line jjreat chiifno Uer roki in'.o Iho next. y c l don't- Hats lier as a IraKedk'tinc;, she .'ilifiists. KVCMI Jnlicl, in who:« role she is shown here, dii'd -happy, MJSJ Shearer vvminds ua. Courier N'ew., CLissiOcsl Ads Pay Banish dulls and Fever! To rnnqucr aialifia, yoa'must do livo lungs, (t) nrs'.rny the iafKlioii in tlie Wupll. (2) Build up Ilic Wood lo over- rcmie Ihc effect? and In fortify auain-t fiullicr attack. There h nnc medicine that «-liil<! tlic iron ImiVl; „,, Hie blond. Tliou- ::aii[|3 (if |iD[i[)b h.ivr conquered Malaria willi Ihc aiil »i Grove's Taslclcii Cliill fdy. for Malaria, it is siljo an cicdlont l?i"-^ n" f 1;cncral "~ :<: - Grove's Tsi=lclc«i Chill Ionic is plcjjaiil to lake and cou- L-lihi unlhillK harmful. Even cliilifroTl iilc it and Ilicy can lake it safely, tor salu by all dun; itqrr.s. Now.trio'aMs—^Oc and SI. Tlic?r£uc - i:cii!i:ni2^ tiain as much r,s the 5!)c size and g'.vcj you 25^ more for }-our money. ' ORDERS TAKER FOB "!H''RNAT" YARN INSTRUCTION'S I-'REE Mra. Leslie Hooper M-'f. A. U. Haley 1103 Ohlckaxuvba Phonu '102 COOIACST Sl'OT IN TO l-asl week Mr:;. Carol ukiftcuiorc m:ii (lie SI7.5.8U hj' alfcnilliir' (lie j|,'»<''":';-Miihiii l ; KAN'K [)K1'O.S!T TONIGHT J50.CC! ! ! MAN CARGO' With Chi re Trevor, Urian Doitify. Alan Oincharl, RiilpI: fliorsfiin ;n,il Helen 'JVoy l),,;!!, „ , :cl v , V!1 [l,, r! A<- imn n-illi a new siiccil; liDinuulip ...Vvltlt ;t nf,v J, T j s (j Ncvclty :„],! "Uan;;«(:iis Jots" —AdnwjsiuH— M--.!in<c—II) & 23c—V.'HIl It Tav NiShl-IO & 35::-W.!i !c Tax O Uolla ic '-iuy, coavcnience, ciTicicncj', "''"'.iMt-ncss, economy —you ''H in all w hcn yousctcctN'or^c "c Hi.ftigct.ttor. Moreover,' 1X1 •"'**•' "< ics superior engineer- ln S. NurRi- S'KCS JT, U niorc j.^jj o! f.iidif,,] refrigeration scrvire. lie w»t. S, c die N'orgc before yuu buy.' I '• Choose the refrigerator uilh the I'rca Action Lazil,!icl} . Cnm- bhfation ttotllc ,mf Dairy Rack Sliding Utility Bjiket • Adjustable ShclJ • ImbroveJ Automaticl : laaJLight . Closely Sl>ace<lShelj Bars • Many other improtviiiciits nnd refinements. ROBBER CHIEF/ FWD HIS MEN/ j^^SfTf -. MSSsf^' Hardaway Appliance Co. '' llo " e233 ': .;. • ' 1U1I S. SccoiulSl No mosquito, rnolh, roach nr Jiy c.m survive n shot of (ritlf. --FMJ.-I: r!c.ils quick Ocrtiiitl) iflatcC pCM5. ll a mild. v> inlor. At "nghborlnind and tlcp.irlnienc Blurts i>r at any ^-^ Ciiso.l Culf ik-jlcr. •''Jc H pint. L Diluted by Llofti Ccnrojn . Omgncd in cc/o; 6y Robert Urr,or«i Jonci • Proceed b/ Mn Sptilt • producer Mimr, C. Caopa • Oiuabultd by KKn.Rjtftin P,rl,,rri lr. r *J I'jran cunt NCKN am i .Sr!ci(cd Klicrls iilinrr— lit Night— 10 2i"r— Willi |. T . ls S.'ir— Will. | r iv, x ' —COMING .SOO\— ••Hl!l,I.ETS (IK I»AM.()TS" „;(!, Kdward (1. Ucbinsnn. "SKY PAltADr," wltliJiinmi-Mten "CiiiME or nit. FORMES'" ' , v ith Gicria Stustt and Rohrit Kent

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