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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 3, 1939
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HURSDAY, AUGUST'S, 1939 BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS NEWS CCWH'JJMIiNTARX TICKET Tills Ticket \Vill Admit J«c .llitillii & Companion niyllicville —(o the— KIT/, '1'HEATEU —to see—• "FKONTlBK MARSHAL" Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, j. p. Holland enlertainln her bridge club. Mrs. C, G, IJlrcs and Mrs. Hsrr I'Vitxius entertaining executive boaro Woman's Missionary Union, Firs Haptist. clnircli, 2;30 o'clock, a Fritxiiis home. / Mrs. 13. 13. Hardln culcrtainint, Ladies' Bible class, Hrst Methodist church, eight o'clock. Haiti Karris Engaged To Jtssc Donald Ay cock Mr. and Mrs. Jesse B. arrs announce the engagement iind approaching marriage of their daughter, Hazel Marie, to Jesse Donald Aycock, son of Mr. and Mrs. J ju Aycock, formerly of West Point Miss., and now of here. The wedding will be -solemnized it the Second Baptist church Saturday night, August 12, at eight o'clock by the Rev. I 3 . H. Jernlgan pastor of (he church. ' Tlic bride-elect, was graduated from the Immaculate Conception school after which she attended Mrs. BimieUc's business school. She is now secretary to Hoy E. Nelson, city attorney. Mr. Aycock was graduated from Uie Dermont high school at Dcr- niout, Miss, lie Is connected with the Phillips Motor Company. * • * Entertain fcr Ifouscsucsls Mrs. Byron Morse entertained with an informal bridge party at tier home last, night in honor o, Mr-s Joe Tucker, of Little Hock and her s:n, Byron Rhodes Mrrse of Fort. Smith, who are spending a few days here with the Morse family. The seven guests who were invited by to meet Miss Tucker, visited with them for seine time before the bridge games began. High score jrij-e aimng Hie women went to Miss Mary Spain Usrcy and among Hit men to James Edwards. Miss Tucker was presented a gift. A salad plate was served at the conclusion of the games. * * * Compliment Recent Bride ; vt- Mrs. Berry:Pinklea, who!was before her recent, marriage; "• Miss Gladys .'Smotheniian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smotherman, was complimented with a party given at the Rustic Inn nighi by five of her friends. H: si esses were Miss Martha Finklea, Mrs. Beiiard McFarland Miss Louise Luttrell. Miss Marilyn FLAPPER FANNY By Syfvij :i Osceola Society — Personal Entfilalns limpioj'fs Miss Emma Cox, oivncr of the Gem Theater, will be hostess to nil her employes and » few additional guests for a flsh try and picnic «t llcrseshoo Luke tomorrow Tho men of the |xirly will B0 down early Jn Ihc morning mid hnvo brcaklnst prepared for the rest of the sliest* who mil nlso remain lor luncheon and B dny O f swim- mm» and boating. Included In Ihn parly will Ixs Miss cox. her father, H'traiu Cox; of Iho Rov. B. K. -. Jr., pustor of. tho MINMIII Melhcdlst V ii<l Mrs. Hcnr- ncu this week. Tlio Rov. Mr. Galloway Is holding n series of revival son-Ices nt the Onrden 1'olnt Methodist church o»i Little River this week, lie wns ftcromiiAtiloci by the Kcv. iinvolil a rillnnin, pastor of the Baptkt church, who preiiohed at the nlsht service Tuesday night. ni " "ev. Silas Thncnlt, pastor . of Die First . church, Sun .-, . v "»|" I - T V t-MUH'M, Oil II Pedro, calll.. am ,,rrlvo tcduy to visit relative* In Luxora and formur wsliifss associates In the county Hie licv. Mr. Thweatt, who wns tomiorly connected with the l.ux- ora Hank nnd tilsb with a Itti txinp.-my |,i that city, severed „.., business connections several years "So anil I'liieittl southwestern Jlap. list Theological Semlimry. I'-ori worth. TOJHIS, to study for tlio ministry. l\-l| 0 ;vln|; hi* jjraduutlon, lie wns [ijisior or « lnr(;r. clmrch In Dxlnlwmn before going to tho Mrst Hnpllsl. church In Unite, Mont, for At The Hospitals HIj'lhevWo hospital inHIwi, VOyC ° *"""""• 1I(iy "' M Mrs. Neville Blukomoi'O. city ad- inlttcd. > city, ;This windshield's swell-cuts out all the glare" Not, that one the truckdriver gave us.'' & Jones and Mrs. James Smotheniian g. of Kennel L & A pink niid while col?r scheme |- was carried out in the party deco- b. rations and also In the dessert. I c:urse of ice cream and cakes of p a wedding hell design. Crape myr- | lies and sweet i»ns emphasized the | color scheme while the tallies were | aJsc In the bridal tnotif. | Tlie 18 guests played bunco. Mrs. f Dick WaLson, of Ojceola, was high i scorer anil Airs. L. L. Hubener received tlie traveling prize. Low sc;fc pria: n-ent to Miss Alhancl Whilttorlh. : * » . * ? Son Is Born ! A son was Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thompson Jr., al the Walls r h:sp:tnl (li| s morning. The baby, \vh> weighed, seven pounds, has been named J. L. III. Mrs. Thomp"~ ' Miss Bonlta V. O. Prince, Mrs. J. p. Berry, Irs. Lomile Markey. Mis. W. i, leyer, Mrs. Bailey Brooks, Mrs' r. Simpson, jrrs. Leo Terror Jra. C. i). Bryant, Mrs. Gm : Iichie, Mrs. Henry Byars, itrs B. Hope, Mrs. P. w. H;rncr ass Swan Kaylor, M ss Mable Otis' GJuellmalz and the Rev w L Meyer. , Bits of New* Mostly Personal*; E LAUGHS- AT GERMANY son was formerly Bruce. '• Plays r.ird.s \vitli Group Mrs. John R Lcnti played cards with members of the Tosin and Country club yesterday aftenr.on when they .were entertained at the home of Mrs. Hugh Harterl. ; Refreshment,-; were served at (he j conclusion cf the games in which I Mrs. J.IIIIM u. Clark was InVh f- scorer nnd Airs. C. Mocfingcr, scc- ( ond high. i t * * .* . [ Arc-Guests of Club f Mrs. J:hn Thomas Scanlon and ! Mrs. Ben w. Harpole Jr., were • guests (t Mrs. Tom Phillips tester- day afternoon when she entertained , members of the ADO Bridge club S with a party at her home. The rooms in which bridge was Miss Jetta Stewart, daughter of Mrs. Helen Stewart, left today for an extended visit with relatives in Mississippi and Alabama. Mrs. , Russell Phillips arid Mrs ..fames, H. ;Bell are. spending today in .Memphis. Mrs. ,C. A. Taut, of Charleston, Mo., will arrive today to spend two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W, Barham, and family. Clarence II.- Wilson, who is steadily improving fi- om a recent illness, is expected to be able to be up next week. Mrs. J. \v. Shonse and Miss Tressie Allen went to Sledge, Miss May to visit until Sunday. When they return, they win be nccoui- :ianied by Mrs. Shouse's daughter Frances, who has been visiting there for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. James Smother- nan and Pat Smotherman, of Ken- nelt, returned today after having visited Mr. and Airs. j. H. Smatherman and family for a few days. Mrs. John Hancock and sous James and Jack, have gone to ronton, Mo., for n week's visit with Vlrs. Hancock's sister, Mrs John ainler, and family. ' Miss Billie Damon left, (he first, of Die week; for Water Valley, Miss to visit her aunt, Mrs. "Stanley Hams, and to attend the watermelon festival. During the three weeks she is away, she also plans to visit at other poi.its in Mississippi. Mrs. J. p. Nolen, who was ill in the Memphis Methodist hospital for two weeks, was removed to her home at, 108 West Cherry street. yesterday. She is much Improved. George W. Barham will attend to business In Jonestwro tomorrow Miss Virginia Belle Eastwood, of children; Air. nnd Mrs. Herbert Shlppcn, Air. nnd Mrs. W. w Prow- Ill and Dick PrcwlU; Mr. and Mrs W. W. Preivltt Jr., unite tioncu' mill Ilcrni.-in Cherry cf Jonesboro. Slmlfiif Ix:jiiler Here The Rev. James Kcvcr of Dull«5 Tex., nirived 'niesttay to be the honscguest of Air. and Mrs E A Tea foul. Tlie Kcv. Mr. itevcr is a nnnlslerial stnucul in (he Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Port \Vorlh, Tex., and h nn- enged In field work cf the Baptist, Student Union for die summer months, He is cnroulc home from the Rldgccrest Bnpllst Assembly Ridgecrcst, N. c... and ll,c sessions of the Baptist World Alliance recently held In Atlanta Gn Iho .wislmi,, of (lie ilnptist World Alliance recently held In Atlanta On. * * • Kol.iry <;in|, nicctn Tlio liev. Lester M. Ulrtford, pastor of (he Chilsllnn clmrch, was received us an honoring member cf the Koinry club al tliclr regular nicethnj '» the club house this week. Following a brief fcs- slon led by H. J. Hale, president the Rev. Hnrold Ii. Ttllmun. pastor of the Baptist church, gave a report, of the Hapllsl World Alliance which he recently attended in Atlanta. Guests were Dr, H. A. Taylor and Sam Owen ol Blylhevlllc, A" R Shcaron of Marked Tree, ami the Rev. C. JR. Hazcndorl of IJtlli Rci'k. Airs. Elmer admitted. Hobby Colcnmn, city, Walls Airs J. L. Thompson, Jr., admitted. ' ' Vnlllc A. I DuprlcM, stecle, M |. Whistle, Dell, ftdmlllcd. ii licll, Dell, dl sil ,i.s.s"l h. M, Iluys. Slccle. <|| sm i M - • Jean lcctl! ' rtlsml5s«l. Crawford, Cooler, 'Memphis Buiillst Ray. imyii. ho.sii|| a | Jim lirackcn. city, admitted. W|IHI|,KT ™ M German Ik-cr WINNIPKO, Man. im») _ c , cr . iiii-iiindfl beer went oll sale In "•ovlnelnl ll nm)r s t ores ,„. ^ m ,_ l«bji, being nurclinscd because of pelltlons presented by s | B uers who 'M f ,' ° b " ,fn " IQr , w I I ° ' Cryptic Operation Fail* Juvenile Theft Ring SPOKANE, WoTh. (UP)-I'ollcfl Unvo broken uj) a gang of Juvenllo thleycs tlmt operated hv syndlcato fsshlon nnd was so secretive In 'its dealings 'that code "letters and numbers wero used to designate K« eight, members. Tlio, gafiif, whose operatives mngcd In age frciu 11 to IB years had headquarters hi a clubhouse. After rounding up tho youths, dc- tccltv«s went, through record? kept by tlwif- leader ond fouijd au lUmlzetl list of articles thoy had stolen. '• . PAGE, FiV» safety motto 9U«e5t*l to of a fleet of bakery truck* reeenU* by Uont Jo«ph Toohey 6ftt| Btalo motor police. Toohey typo of "tUtWlc"-a/ , . - -. ~—viutjv tut ft I*»D)Q In Hie-roster or those'who "have met violent, deajii. , ' 'i __TOO r,ATE TO CLASSIFY f For .Rent ~~* , ' . . Webb, ,1011 Hcarii. ,3-plc-^ 81,209 0»iti i«fo,ted iu tt« V, s. to DON'T/DELAY! Driven Warned of SWlsllc " •POTTSTOWN, I'n. (UP)~Uon't STAR<1 ' TODAY with fi « slallsllcl" Thut Is the tuifllo ooo oiieck. M»i. r i«'i a 666 ' Joliu 'l'«rnuull, said was °" ly cxpcr| - Mr. a„<! ;,i rs . m assc ,, B j U H05(S Mr nm| M ,. s , |)C Rhu(k , s l)av I lie twelve members of Ihe Twin returned from n three weeks vnca ?•»<• i'fT , <1 ,'"' i C "J°S' C<1 n » "I (lon '" tJomvny iiml uttlo Hock ticsco tried chicken dud barbecue Mr. Hhodes attended tlio two week supper on the lawn of thc.Q. is. training camp held al Fort Josuiil Miissciiglll Jiomc last, night. Follow- -T. Rchln.son, iJlllc llock, for reserve me. supper the e ucsts enjoyed the officers cf (he CUtas Mllltnn miniature bowling alley, ping p:ng Trnlnln B Corps, iu which ha is ii ami ctiiiicsc checker games. Mem- lieutenant.. Mrs. Rhodes rcinnlncc 1 oers ,of the club are Dr. L. D. Mas- '"'"' ' ' " ' ' sey and Mrs. Massey, Mr. anil Mrs .1. W. Bowcn, Mr. and Mrs Pnbe'r A, White, Mr and Mrs. Andruw J. Florida, Mr. and ,\i rB . D s Ijaney and Air. and Mrs. Massenglll. EiUtrluins Club ! Mrs. Mtlloirl'ope was hcstes to tiie two-table bridge club to which she bel-.ngs at her home north of -— town on Tuesday night. Summer L - L - Vaudervoert. flowers were used throughout, the Among the Osccolans who tire. Playing rooms. Mrs. A. V/. .nowen enjoying deep-sea fishing on tho Gulf Coast this week and next are Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Willie and children, Boycl, Ann nnd Lewdly ii; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant, Mr. and with her parents. Mr. and Mrs n, w. Slbley Iu Conwny. Her sister Miss Martha Stuley, returned with them lor a short visit here. Hale Jackson has relumed from a vacation Irlp to the New York World's Fair, Ningarn Falls, am: points, in Caniuln. He war. accompanied by Mrs. Jackson, who remained in Chlcng'o for a longer visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. i 'J ---O • uui!k,j, ITllfl. fl, \~f . . IJtlWCl was .high .scorer, Mrs. Pope ya assisted in entertainins'her Vncsli by hen mcther, Mrs. Harry Driver "Ha, ha!" answered Vera Ilrubn. lovely Czech ice slar. when the German Consul General in New York suggested thai she cease doing her skating act in a hold to the Czech national polka. Although German consulate officials denied ii. Miss Hruba says she was secretly approached and Jisked to slop on the Brouiid that there was no more Czechoslovakia. t-vo weeks with Mr. and Mrs. R. I' Partdison. formerly oC here. Mr. and Mrs. Hilhnan Rrhhin<i -, A , - — ^ ...... ..~>yv,, w. . a rs. inan Rr Caruthersvillc, came Sunday to l ami two children, HillJr ami Stlpll/l lh*v U'^fll- uriM, K«,- _____ I „,..- ..f .,_ . , ' . . ' ' IUl ' spend the week with her aunt, Mrs. - _.-„_-. left Tuesday night, for Muncie, Ino:., where he ill spend 10 days. Billy Mcefc is-visiting his grandmother, Mrs, Emma Herndon o' Canithersville, this week. ' Mrs. T. J. Mahan. who has been in Campbell's clinic for three weeks -••>. •uuuio ui wnscn oringe was '" ^unipocus cunic lor tiire played were decorated with b:\i- because cf n fractured hip s cx- (|»cls of golden glcw and mari- Poctcd to be removed to her home golds. Club prize went to Mrs. Sunday. a ' ld guC5t l )rizc to ' ' Mrs ' w - F - Swindle and two ' . , ,, daughters and one son of Tiplon- icea (innks were served during v >i'e, Tenn.. were guests ot Mr !ie ain - " OV11HI UUlllli; the simcs alter which the hostess served a dessert course. • » 4 Cariilhersville Grcup ' Entertained Here Tuesday and Mrs. R. F. Prevcst Tuesday. Mrs. Eddie Regenold will return tcday from Wilson uhere she siwut the night wilh her sister, Mrs. Ralph Robinson, and faintly. ""• v " •"•'« >ucsaay uoomson, and family. Mrs. Ralph Berryman. Miss Edith • Miss Jenny Wren Dillahunty will Tilman and Mrs. John Chapin, all arrive home tomcrrow to spend termer Canithersville rcsidenls, the weekend with her mother Mrs were hostesses to members of the G. W. Dillahunty. and family. She • B , cl "r, H - Bennett Missionary society is spending the summer at Bowl- of the Canithersville Methodist 'rig Green, Ky., where she attends church with a covered dish supper business school, at the Bsrryinan h:me Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris and ' son. Harvey Lynn, and dauehter, Jeanne. left this in:ruing for Ashe- villc^N. C., where they will spend visiting night. Mrs. J. p. Berry, of Ins ,.^ m& grcup, presided over the business session. Mrs. W. L. Meyer, assisted by Miss Swan Naylor and Mrs Lctitia Simpson, all of Cnruthers- ville, gave another lesson on the study ciurse book, "Widening Hcri- zons." The Canithersville group Included: Mrs. Earl Bernard, Mrs. Black Fowlkes, Mrs. Mary Burns, Mrs, Dr. M. L. Skaller ANNOUNCES TI!E OPENING OP HIS NEW CLINIC ON THE 2nd Floor of The 1st. Natl. Bank Bldg. of Memphis, were the dinner gn'csls Inst ntglil of Mrs. Bobbins' grandmother, Mrs. j. 1Y Sanders, and S. S. Picnic i Mrs. Susie Keiscr, assisted by Miss Nell Rhodes and •Eugene Packard, entertained around twenty members of the Junior Department of the Methodist Sunday School oh a picnic and swimming party at Sunset Park near Uassett on Tiics- Jay aftonicon. Mrs. Jimmie Gwaltney Is superintendent ot the Juniors, with Mrs Alma Morrison, Mrs. Susie Kelser Martha Jane Carlwright and Har^ old Bryant as teachers. Mrs Kali Chiscnhall is secretary. Ministers Visit Here The Rev. Roy c. Smith, pastor cf the First Presbyterian church Clarksville, Ark., and Mrs, Smith were guests of the Kcv. L,. T Lawrence, pastor cf the Osceola 1'rcsbytcrian church, and Mrs Lawrence this week. Mrs. Smilh and Mrs. Lawrence arc sisters The Rev. C. R. llaxcndorf, iissis- lanl pastor of the First Methodist church, Little Hock, and Mrs. lla- . Mrs. Russell Crockett. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ccleman, Mrs. Gc:rge Adams and daughter, Jar.n Adams and Mrs. B. W. BrngK. Mrs. Susie Kelser left Wednesday for Monteagle, Tcnn., to spend the month of August. Frank Williams Is expected to return the last of this week from Little Rock where lie has attended tlie special session of the Arkansas WHY PAY MORE? Keep Sinnmrr Clothes, Cool, & Fresh at Uss Cost to Yourself. Presses Cleaned (ioc Suits Cleaned cs c PHONE 1C2 PEERLESS CLEANERS CJierry & Franklin 101 was used in cnnnoiis IA.III" '"' l century. Tho projectiles sometimes wolghed 200 Hounds each. NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES Thl» OUTre.lmcnt Ofltn H«ppy Relief DRINK AIL YOU WANT DEAR! EVEN TEA AS SWELL AS LI f TOU'S COSTS LESS THAN flNYTIIINO WE DRINK, EXCEPT WATER! Smallpox Rises In Kansas MANHATTAN, Ka.-. <UP)_Dr. M. ..W. Husband, head, of Ihc student health services at Kansas Slate College, warns that smallpox incidence In the state is increasing, and urged all students who have not. been vaccinated within tlie lasl five years to be immunized at once. I Adult Paii'ifa On Exhibit t ST. LOUfS (UP) — Happy. 250- pound giant panda, first adult member of its species to bs brcti'ht to the United States, has been placed on exhibition at the St. Louis Z'.o. Happy, between S and <1 years old. is said to be the largest panda in captivity. SALE ^^SlLfeftfeft SfllHOB, AlaskaiChiim Jail Can PINEAPPLE JUICE Delmonte No. 2 Can POTATOES U, S. No. 1 PORK AND BEANS Campbell's 16 oz ."Can GRAPEFRUIT JUICE ."Garth" 46 oz. Can MILK Amboy Large 3 for 19c; Small ea. 12c 10 ibs. 17c ea. 8c ea. 16c- 6 {or I9c SUGAR, Domino, Cloth Sack TOMATO PASTE Spring :Vall m MATCHES True American SOAP Crystal White Giant Size.. WASHING POWDER Star ~~ -- b ° X Coins to the FREE* TICKET! Trade here and get free tickets to either Ri( z or Hoxy Theatres at our cx-peiisc. SJO In Trade Adult S5 In Trade - J,,,,i 0 r Tickci RITE PRICE STORES HI E. Main 320 W. WOTHIW6 UKE UPTONS ICED TEA FOR ATKIRSTVMAN! THE FLAVOR'S so RICH_ AND IT'S SO COOMNC AND REFRESHINOJ JJERE'S why f.tpton's is Amcric.i's TUNA FISH FLAKES For Your Salad^ CORN FLAKES Kellogg 8 OZ . Package 2 SALT H Pound Box Avcry's V 2 ' or VINEGAR Gold Dollar DisHlied 2 f PEARS Argo No. 2j'Can in Syrup CORN Scott County Standard No. D?AruDc ebu0y F ° r Your Summer •"»» l«« , Argo No - ^ Can ^ Sy^P TOMATO JUICE Jack Spratt 50 oz FLOUR, Shibley's Best, ea. be can 15c -..,. ea. 17c ORANGE Wlt .J'lauv.or Self Rising, 24 tb. Sack ,...70c . -IS II). Sack.. ,.$1.38 CO. . . .......:. ea. 23c OAT MEAL DROPS . doz. lOc 9c I BRiDGE STICKS .1..-... -1.,,-. CA . Zc LARD Loose, Pure |b . most popular tea: 1. yyoHd.romoui Hgyor-smooib, lull, rich, delicious. J. Under T»ur 9 Uovo.-and luscious, flavorful buds—girc fragrance and bouquei, 3. Ohilnellvs BlunJ^wiih choice leas from Upton's own Ceylon gardens. 4. l<onomtiol-you use less Uptun'i per glass— it's so rich in flavor. BEEF ROAST Swift's Prcm. lb. 23c BUTTER Best Grade lb 29c SALT MEAT Clear Side ..... Ib. lie HAMBURGER MEAT lb. 15c ..:ib. i2 C : We Deliver 104 S. Division Street ..... ._. ...... :.pLEO-Geinlb,I4c; Dixie., lb. 19c VEAL ROAST Shoulder Ib. 15c HAM HOCKS Cured .... lb. 15c , CHEESE Cottage ......... ... I Ib. ctn. ISc ; Phone 184 C. L. NABERS GROCERY & MARKET FRI...SAT...MON., AUGUST •), 5, 7th

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