The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 25, 1936 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 25, 1936
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'THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1936 BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER NKWS Second Baptist Wnmen Meet With Loue Oak Group. Members or the Woman's Missionary society of.the Second Bap- list church met with the Lone Oak Woman's Woman's Missionary society Monday afternoon ot the Home of Mrs. Lee Powell. There were 10 members of the Blylheville the marriage of Miss zalinn Borders to 'llmrman Atkins. The wedding was solemnized June 11th. al the "noine of the Rev. H. Lynn Wade, paslor of the First Methodist church of Jonesboro. Marcus Evrard accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Atkins are guests in the hom and Mrs. O. W. ... ,,*...,,,*.- u, ult . ilo]1]c O | J^ ana |^j rs Q_ y^ "winding _ n newj McCutchcn for a i'hort time until "" ' Bits of News Mostly Personal memoer, Mrs. A. • D. Overtoil, nnd the < Lone Oak group had seven members and one visitor, Mrs. Jewel Overtoil, present. they move Into their new home nt 408 East Kentucky Ave., which they have purchased. The brIJe 1ms made' her home . «— ... i, lt: uu^e J)H S umae ncr nome The devotional was given by Mrs.. with the McCutchens since she Ben Harrison, who used the fourth " n ™ rt l '"~- f^—— ~ «--" --- "--chapter of Phllliplam for the scrip- litre reading, find prayers were said by Mis, J. E. Loblcy and Mis. Harrison. Mrs. Earl Walker presided in the busines ssesslon, whlcli preceded the social hour in which Mrs. Virgil Holt, was showered with gifts, She is moving soon to Waterproof, La. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Powell. Mrs. j. w. Hlclmrds and Mrs. Harrison. Miss Zalnia Borders Weds Tliurinau Atkins. Announcement has been made of AGONY GONE! The Private For- mulioftheworld's largest rectal Institution, for ? uick relief rom PILES. MONEY BACK Guir- antee Ait for THORNTON cnmc here from Campbell, Mo., five years ago. Mr. Atkins, who has lived In Bly- thcville for a number of years, is a member of the city police force. Hoyul Neighbors I'lan :i Meeting. Tnerc will be nn Important business, meeting of the local chapter of the Iloyal Neighbors Friday night, 7:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. C. O. Hires. « • * Junior Girls Elect. The Girls' Junior Sunday School class of trie Second Baptist church had election of officers In a meet- Ing which 13 attended. Pauline Heath Is president. Geraldine Fisher Is vice president, Helen Carter is secretary and treasurer, and Paulino Brogden is reporter. Mrs. Earl Walker is teacher Junior IS. Y. V. IT. ivanics New Officer*.^ , Geraldine Fisher was elected president, of the Junior B. Y. P. U. of the Second Baptist ciiurch in a meeting Sunday night. Other officers named were: Gilbert Cow- scrt, vice pVesident; Pauline Heath, secretary; Haywood Hardy, treasurer; Pauline Brogden, pianist; Earl Walker jr., and Ronald Brogden group captains; Helen Carter, reporter. Miss Ellen Moore Is leader of the group which meets each Sunday night. Mrs. \V. D. Chamblin iui:l bon BUI, will leave Monday for Hardy, where they spend eacli summer Patty June uavts will join them In two weeks anil Mr. chnmbliu' will motor up for the weekends. Jimmie Pat Sinotheriiian, son of Mr. and James Smolliermnn, who underwent an oiwratlon for ap- recently at the Memphis Robinson Drug Co. j Read Courier News classified Ads. Bakery Specials Al.l. DAY - . KKI1MY, SATURDAY '& S1JNDAY Fresh Lemon Layer, each 19c Bonuts. dozen .lie Fruit Filled StfilenMfee Cake .8c Coconut Wafers, dozen 5c Parkerhouse Rolls, dozen 8c Special for,Bitter eg Hour, 5 to 6 p. m. only, Friday, .Saturday and Sunday Hot Cinnamon rolls, doz. :. 8c Pineapple Wafers, doz 3c Cup Cakes, assorted, doz 6c Coco«nut Pies, each : • 3c (5 limit) Hot Plain Rolls, doz 5c Cinnamon Bread, loaf 6c Special Attention Given All Special Orders Blytheville Baking Co. .PHONE 110 today. His condition is very good Miss Thclma page, of El Dorado, Kim., Is the guest of Wilbur Archer and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G, j. walker. Miss Page was with Mr. Archer when he was in a serious automobile accident last September from which he lias not yet recovered. . Mis. 0. C. Gamko, Mrs. Ruy Woithinsjton, Mrs. E. D. Ferguson and Mrs. w. p. Brewer spent, yesterday In Paragould where they joined friends nl Harmon 1'lny- lleid for a picnic. Tom W. Jackson and his nephew, Richm-d Jackson, of C'lish- I«g. Okla., visited relatives In Parasould yesterday. E i c h a r d Jackson accompanied Mr. anil Mrs. Jackson home- Saturday aR- ei- Ihcy had been Ihere on Ihcir vacation. He will lie here several weeks. Mrs. M. Daly and daughter Miss Pat Daly, and an aunl of Km. Daly, Mrs. E. I. Crider, of I m t Huron, Mich., will arrive tomorrow to visit Mrs. naly's brother, J. J. Daly, and Mrs, Daly. Miss Nonna Lee Sclart, ot Dexter, Mo, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson Mr .and Mrs. P. E. cooley left, today for a motor trip through the Ozarks of Arkansas and Missouri which will take them to Springfield and Mansfield, Mo., for brief visits. They plan to be nway n week, Mrs. Louie Hardln and daughter. Nancy Lou, of McComb, Miss have arrived to spend several weeks with Mrs. Hardin's parents Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hale. Mary Catherine, Gloria und . Joan Lemm of Sand Springs, Okla, who have been visiting relatives In Caruthersville, have returned licrc to bu with their aunt Mrs. John P. Lenti, and Mr. Lcntl before returning home. Mrs. Eugene Brown, of Caruthersville, Mo.. is a patient at the Memphis Methodist hospital • &' George Clark, of - Bragg City! Mo., has teen admitted to Ihc Memphis Methodist, hospital !' W. P. Bennett, of Bnssett is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Philibcr, of Shelbyville, Mo., are guests of Drs Carl and Edna Nies. Raymond Brewer, of Steclc, 1ms been taken lo the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mrs.' J. M. lionrk, of Bunletfc. is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Miss. Geneva Skclton was taken to the Memphis Baptist hospital yesterday. Ice Cream Supper There will bo an ics cream sup- psr Friday night at Lone Oak, to which tlie public is invited. Dr. Sttills Skrach-No'-More The 30 Minute Itch Treatment Only one application necessary, clothing or bed linens. For Athlete's Foot, too. At Good Drug stores everywhere. ROBINSON DKUG CO. <;'. * ANTS, ROACHZS, BEDBUGS, PLEAS, CXlCKETS AND OTHCR CRAWLING INSECTS 32% (Quicker B« Brand Insect Powder kills quicker bccauj- ..- - -it is fine*r-groiincl. Each can conlain* nSany mote . . killing parliclcspsr ounce. Tests in McCormick's Death-! (oust prove it kills crawling insccls }l% tiui^cr. Yet Bee Brand costs no more per can. Dec Brand Insect Powder is absolutely harmless lo chilrlrcn and pets, and will not contaminate foods. Ask for Dee Brand Powder by name. Kill Flies, Mosquitoes nn_ other flying insecla \vilK B«c Brand Insect Spray. Bee Brand conlains W% cxlra killing power— M% more pyrethrins; the most impotlant killing ingtcdicnL Ask for Bee-Brand Insect Spray by name. U's a producl ol McCormiek&Co.. tnc., Baltimore. Highest Quality-New Lew Price KILL Garden Insects wtli Red Arrow Garden Sprny. , Prelects roses; ^^ aahlias; other flowers. ^r fniuhj. Kills nnls- in ^. l»»--na. Easy lo Usc.^^^ Leaves no poison residue.j^^ Sleele-Cooter Society -- Personal Tliomns und Mrs. llcsile Phillips, nil of Memphis, spent Sunday lit the dome of Mr. and Mrs. M H. lliiilry. Mary Locke, snmll diuightor of Mi', und Mrs. Coulson, Is rccovcrhii: from pnoumonla. Aucel Webb, member of hfiih school faculty, lm s none to his home nt Mlllcrsvllle, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Slaylcn mid family, Mr. and Mrs. Erncsl Mc- (irory and Mrs. Mary Anrcl, of •iikeston, drove to Cii|» Dlinrdoiui Sunday and visited Cloldlu, Bumper Yield of Maple Sap Helps Quebec PAGE FIVE, iMeinphls spent last wcckoml Cooler as guest ot her Inther, u. Chambers, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lewis ol nigBadoclo are upending Ihls cck In Cooler as guests of rcla- »'cs mid friends. : th . Jewella, are ._ „ ... home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester , In 1 of Mr. ami Mrs,\ Slayton, who I"- ullrodlng school I here. l-'o'.lowliiB ii visit, of two mouths I with sunl. and Mrs. \V, l. Meyers, MIS. i,. HiiiKljill and diuightcr', Midi, left Monday tor Miami, Fin., where they vlll spend lliu t-umnifi' with Mrs. rhilcy Smith. Mr. und Mrs. Hob Simmons and fmntly, of Brownsville. Twin., •iitrt James Simmons, .of Nnshvllle Temi., spent Sumlny with Mr "ml Mrs. Russell Lllttc. Dcnionsii-atLoti Club News Notes McUrlde of Lam-ell, Miss., this week. | fialph Fowler and sister, Miss Ruli). have returned frojn a visit' with relatives In Memphis. ! A. J, Overturf was taken to the. Bnplist hospital In Memphis ovcri t.ouo Oak Cluh TO weekend. He will unite™ The Lone Oak Dunonslnllon eatmen from a specialist there.! club had Us regular m™S "^ M™, v , t T, 1 ^",, S . Cm " ^.^. »mc- ; day afternoon. The fealme'ot'iho Shirley Smith b building a menl, of her recent Irln li> l idle mcdcrn four-room bungalow on Keck, and of sei'm K President'ami Walnut Street which he hopes l u! Mrs. PrnnJtlln U. Hoo eve have completed within Ihc ncxtl •Mrs. A. u. Fielder, wlio last week underwent an operation in the Baptist hospital i n Memphis IS JictllllfF illoilg Well. Mrs. Grndy Hughes mul small (laushler, Patricia, left Monday mt'lil lo join her husband at Mul- vern. Ark., where they will make their home. Calumet News Mr. mul Mrs. George Miller, of Driver Grove, arc- guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Glover Ihls week. Mrs. C. E. Galewooil, of Cantwell. Mo., Is thp guest this week . of her mother, Mrs. Ihizol An- I ttrews. QUH1I KO (Ul>) -One of Ihls French-Canadian province's fore- the most Industries, the maple crop, this year rcim'iwtl ihe bumper proportions ot 1,581,000 gallons of syrup nnd S/MI.'JOO poiinds of sugar, a major portion of which was shipped lo Uio Untied Stales. The largest crop .since lOUD. (ho maple sap produced u revenue of $'Win,300, as against $1,011,000 In 1031 Tin) .syrup porllon of (he crop was 3-1 per cent mvnler I'han the previous year and thn sugar produc- lloti showed an Increase of 23 pjr cent,, according lo Provincial rjov- erimient figures. Move than 40 p;>r cent of Quebec's maple sugar crop Is annually bought by clsarelte nmniifactura'.' In the United Bliitw, olllclals iicre say. Meantime. French chemist.' are said lo be cvwriim-nllng on tin 1 possibility of rising maple sap in the producllon of aleoliol. One of tlie province's oldest Industries, the maple .sup harvest •has tnllue.iie.oil iho soda! as well as miiiQiiilc life of Cjiu>bei', More tlian 6(1.000,000 trees cover thousands ol acres |n the Eastern Township;section and sup gallifrlujj provided the early Krenrli pioneers with suijjii- and syrrp for their own lardci.s loiif; betorc u developed into a major Industry. A custom in vofiuv .since c.ii-lle.vt times in ('he new worhl is the ma- Plc sugiirlnu party to celebratf the annual .sin-In^ harvest. Although modern mellioils of sup harvest- Ing, Including pipe lines mid storage (links. Jiiive born adopted In many sections, there still are dls- Aiuhews Is ill with Miss Rubyc Blakcnshi() of Jackson, Tcnn., j s the guest of Mlfs Ilcautta Gcriimn this week. Mrs. L. L. Rushing, Mrs. Susie Brooks and dnuijIHcr, Miss Nina I '7 and Miss Opal Taylor were guests ";, o. relatives at Jackson, Tcnn., last. >,,. „„,, .. ,, , week. I .. ' """.Mrs. 1-red Roberls Miss Rubyc weekend to Business College at am Elizabeth mumps. Misses Hula nnd' EMih Hall were guests of Miss Mary Gallics,' river Grcve, over the week Stop and FeverS I Rid Your System of Malarial Pry left over the n , ] ™\ m(ji ° r « 0-l>ouiiil aUeud Draught l P ™ CrlckinDo »: "»rn June 1G. Mcmphh """ Mls ' El "°- st Mitchell have gone lo Memphis where Mr. I Armstrong Is to undergo treat-' mcnt at the Veterans'' His wife will visit relatives. Mrs. Maude Kcrnoblc and daughter Imve relumed (o their home in Vainutalc. Ark., alter •• visit here as guests of Mr Airs. D. I. Clark. .IllSlirc III 1I( K I) (i clll . nU'lTE, Mont. (Ul')-Mnnicipal Judge Louis A. Buckley believes helms Ihc world's record tor brevity of n court .session. He convened and conn,- accepted the guilty j,l-a of 1 n man and sentenced htm lo HO Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hubble! Tno lln '«c porpoise comes left over the weekend for a visit P or Ms™, or |>ork fish, in Chicago, en route" to their home i '. at' Bakcrsficld, Cnlir..;; t nHci : -siwitrti.'- ! -' l»g the past two weeks here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Colemnn. Mrs. Jess Hopper .spent last weekend with .relatives in Manila, Ark. Slilvcrlnp witli chills one moment ai«I burning wall Icvor Hie ntjt—'s one j of Ilic effects nf Sl;il,irin. Untos thcckcd, are ' I|C11| ,' W:M wil ' ''» fciioi)S liariu In your 1 ^1 hcaltb. Mala,!.,, a blo.ul ial.-cliou, calli '"">! for tivo IhliiRj. First, dcsltoylinf Ilic in- fcclion in tins bluod. Second, Innlclini; nn the hfdoil to overcome the i-ffrcls of tbc disease ami to forlify against furllicr ;i(t:ick. tJrovc's Tislclcss Chill Tonic supplies liolh these rlfcits. ll coiil.-iiiu laslctes <|iiiiiiiic, which kills tin- mlcclion in Iho Hood, nnd iron, which enriches and Innhls up (lie blood. Chills ami fever j:<wn Eto|i and you arc rc-itctrcil lo health mul roinfml.,Fnr lialf u century, Grove's •I'astclcfs Chill Timic has hrrn sure relief lor Malaria. 11 is just as ii^clul, (no as a Scneral ionic for old and you 1115. Pleasant lo laliC mill absolutely harmless. Sale lo Kivc clnldrcn. Oct a bottle al nuy clni" slow. Now two sites—SOc ami Jl. Tho ?1 sue conlains 2'/i times as much as llio SOc size ami gives you 257o mote for your money. from Holland Ne\08 Notes Mayflower Ciimp/No. li'JOl, R. N. A., was cnlertainc! in tlic home of Mrs. Beatrice Bradford at a recent meeting. Ei:hteen members were present and two new members, Mrs. Tom awards and Mrs Cora Hood, were nltiatcd. Mr. and Mrs. bioble Capehait entertained Sundav with n dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hudspelh of Caruthersville, j Mr. and Mrs Floyd Smith, of stccic, and Mr. and Mrs. u. K.I Hudson and dn«»htcr, Kictha 1 Lynn, of New Survey. ' Mis. Belle Little was guest of honor Sunday at a dinner in celebration of her sixty-ninth birthday, held'at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Jenkins ot New Hurvey. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Boll Simmons, of Brownsville, Tenn.. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Kntehi, or Stcele, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Means, of New Survey] and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Littlo and son, Carl Anthony, of Holland. Mrs. Reuben Putkett and son, Uroy, arc visiting Mrs. Pat Pierson in Memphis this week. Mrs. Susie Waldrop was in Braggadocio Saturday and Sunday, visiting her sister, Mrs. Mattie Strorics, who has been seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Freeman "ere in Wilson, Ark., on business Saturday afternoon,^ Mrs. Willie Wlcms, Mrs. C. T. PENNBY'S MONTH END ACTION DAYS MORE UARGAfNS IN THINGS YOU NEBI) UKJI1T NOW HAPPY RELIEF FROM PAiNFUL BACKACHE Caused by Tired Kidneys Mr.ny of Ihoss gnawing, imsglnE. pninful backaches p=wlo blaino on colds r.r strains aro o<(cti ciuiscvl )>y llrerl Mdiioj's— anrt may (to relieved when treated In llio rlclil way. Tho kidneys ore crm of N'alurcV chief ways or lafclnj? acMs anil wastes out of the blooil. A liolltliy pereon should pass about 3 plnis n <1ay and so get rtcl of more limn 3 pounds of waste matter. If Iho 15 miles of kidney tubes ami fillers don't work well, wnslc stays In Hie body ami may become poisonous. it may start nagging liarkai-hca. leg pain?, loss of pep anil enrrcy, gottlni; up nights, swelling, pufflnoss nntloi tlio eyes, heailuches ami dizziness. Uon t let It ky yo,, ,, p . Asl; your druggist fen's Pills —used successfully l/y millions for . They give happy relief Special I'ni-cliiisc of Men's Shirts & Shorts! lOc , I'VIl cut! Fasl colois! Tirsl fiiwlity' Aiinlher Shipment of '{'huNf i\c\y Siinimvr Sheers 9c Yd. »i inches wide! Fast 10 wn.shing! Lar(-c aswrt- mcrit! S "— >v IKxtru Spcciul Ji'or This f I ?J<;n!h End Tvcnl! j| Glen's Fin Dress Seeks 5c I'r. Here's value! Priced lo-.v yet l-hey'll give you Ion:; service! All sizes. UitrRdin I'riccd! Wh'lc 2M\ I,;i5(! j 1 isuHes' Vns't, Co'.nr .Shi't Wash Dresses 27c .Shcrt or cap sleeves! All sizes! Well made! l •-£ kidney tubes. Get Doau' Jusl Kcccivcd! iAIcn's Blue Work Shirts full cut! 7 l.mton! 2 pocket.-,! All Hopriccrl To Clear! Large Assortment of Summer Wash Goods Yd. Hhnntur3s, Sheer Seersucker.- and 'Cn'ndlcwlck filiccrs! Bolh plain and printed! I'rices slashed for qvlck scllingl YOU ARE-SAFE FROM SECONDS AT PENNEY'SI Irlcls where old-llmcrs carry I'jie *I\D from trees lo keltles In wooden iwlls from n yoke borne on the fihonlitcrs. . . .ourlcr Brewing of malt and bailey bcverngea dates bsck to-1000 E. C 1 .; Use of hops in brewing dates" 1 back to the seventh and eighth Ads P«y. centuries B. c. L I thoi July Specials j .1, ••. • !!« Well NR'.'scii—Tiikc Advantage of These .Special I'riccK Var Your IWlidiiy Oullll SHOES All ivhlli' Vllnllly Shoes. SH ami ?(i.75 values. If you wt'»r sl/.ij CJ JWA or 4AA, -IJ4AAA uml AA $ yaur.iilic Is In this lot. Severn! styles lo select from. All ?5.00 mid $5.f>0 Wliile .Shoes to close oul. Most sill si/.*s iii this lot, Tursul Traiil White Shoes. $ O45 $•1.50 viihit'.s. O lirokcn lots on lithlcs. $(> <JriO r mul $0.75 viilui-Hto dose * / (iti( n( , *-/ Admintlioti <iml Other Urn mis al' llosittvy to Match ;il 49cto $ l $29 SIM OUK KNU-OK-Tii DRESS SPECIALS I)rcssf.'s of cool nimhci-jr Crei>c, Smiiolhlonc, Lace, Net and Chifloii. lieantiful seiucl styles ft'ttm which to choose. (Jreally ruducetl. Now shipment of Hats l>oughl specially for Hie hulitlny Inule. Come early anil make your NEW ECONOMY SHOP 1'llDiic Ml ONLY NORGE HAS THE ROLLATi liOT weather ilcmanils maytaxsomercfrigcrators hut not the surplus-powered Norgc. The famous Rollator—found only in Norge refrigerators—not only delivers more colil for ihc current uscil, but is iiijie to deliver more cold than you'll s-.'er need. Get the proof of Norgc leadership from any Norge owner—that's the kind of /iron/ that menus something. Choose tfie refrigerator witft i/ie Press Action tazi/atcfi * Combination Bottle and Dairy Racfr * Sliding Utility Basket * Aci/usidbfe Shelf * Improved Automatic FlooJ Liant * Cfoic/ySpacec/Snelf' Bars * Many other improvements and refinements. NORGE Hardaway Appliance Col Phone 233 109 S. Second St. 1

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