The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 26, 1936 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 26, 1936
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PAGE WO BLYTHEVILLE,'- (AUK:)" COURIER" SEWS" FRIDAYyJUNE' 26, 1931) Social Calendar SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Meyer Oraber and Mtss Helen Alice SternUerg having bridge party for Miss Site Bull. Couiplbnenl Bride-Elect. Miss Sue Bull was suesl of honor Bits of News Mostly Personal not to have la go home 'to Wash- 1 Morris Singleton and family, Mr. Ington lor -isomo' time yet. 'Donna and Mrs. Logan Perkins and fam wrltes Irom FayeUcville that she 0!K i Mr . nanna, of Aberdeen, Mr. and Mrs, T. J, liurke have' Jn |>J' omc OP Iheir sucsl, Mrs. R. J. allies- m ' 5 pie, of Luxora. fit a bridge psfly and handkerchief | Mre w A silckmon, Mrs. J. shower given Thursday afternoon E pallcrson, Mrs. J. W. Adams, uilcnded a Baptist Young Peo-1 pie's Training school. All of them, except Frank Huffman who wcnl in the Mississippi group, were o parl of Ihe Arkansas )>arty who wont lo Washington, D. C., and other eastern points before rcturn- nlljht. Lucy Keltmn^ of Ilorncrs- vlllc, Mo.; is a patient al the Memphis, Mclhodlst hospital. Hay, of , Is thoroughly enjoying I'ne courses MI SS . she Is taking In French and Eng- , Mr. Williams returned Saturday llsh and that daughters Donna and. | 0 ' n i s i 10 m' e at Rldgely, Tenn , af- Aim love the University training ler a visit with his son, Curt Wll- sehool. Siics the envy o( us who u a ms, and' family. Mrs. Williams want to study more and never do. , and children accoinpanled him for Stella will spend the Fomth week- a week's visit with relatives at Over the Brideie Table ' By 'Keen end with them. A belated news Hem Is that LaVergne O'Bryant had an'attraclive Rldge-ly. ' Miss Hclencr Jarralt is al i/jacli- vjlle for a week's visit with her cousin here recently, fronvSf PC V sstor, Mrs. J. w.-Epperson and tersburg, pin. ... Mr. and Mrs. •-•••• Edgar Barnett (Lucctta Fisher)! -Teddy Ga'rrall, son of Mr. and and cnlldren, of, Cotton port, U. Mrs. Dunward Gan-alt, ol Luxora, ;nre here. Lucetla 'rays the town | W ho hns been ill at the Home of 38 years, It was U>c firsl personal communication (hey had had since Jaeger left home in 1898. ,Thc sun rotates on an axis. The period of rotation at its equator 21.7 days, while near the poles Ml* com Lee Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Qus Eberdt and Mrs. Ral-1 Mr6 . Hob ' ert E Uc Kln , ' dgh Sylvester attended ei group hBE bml awny tor a yeabn wlj , S i ar al games Mrs. ,T. L. ancy won a set of ash trays for. high score, cut prize, handkerchiefs, went to Mrs. Rupert Cra'fton, and Miss null •was presented a water set. A box, decorated wilh a corsage of sv:ect peas, :held the handkcrciileis. A salad plate was served. Tills affair was the first of large number Miss TSutt. being planned lor Executive Meets. Mrs. 0. B. Ketltnger, the newly elected president of the Grains Union of Hie li. Y. p. U.'s of Ihe Plrsl Baptist church, had an executive board meeting last .night tit church when ten attended. Ihe This group'plans to'na\» a special welcome lor visitors at th' meetings ivory Sunday nighl, B:25 o'clock. • * < Xfmrcnc Women The Woman's Missionary Soc- 'l?ly of the First Church of the AVashlngton, D. C., Mrs. Carleton • Smith;.-of New Orleans, ima Mrs. „„,„,„ J. W.Adams, at the Adams home. macetinB of U)c ^^ __ _ M. Robinson,; «f. Cane Glrardeau, MonclU! Illsl n)grlt wncn chapters Miss Butt's marriage to William ( Moncllc Mimlla ond Le nc i, v |llc Mo., will ba. solemnized July 17, L, erc | )0btesicSi Gladioli, sweet peas and daisies I ' Mrs D s ' lrby D( Batcsvllle, decaraled the living room where M ^ who underwent ftn annen . four : tables ,-wcic arranged.^ Inline ^ dlcltls D p crat i on „ wcek ngo nt u, c BlyUievillc hospital, lias "been removed to the home of her sister, Mrs. \V. N. Williams, at Anriorel. Mr. olid Mrs. John S. Sniolher- man have returned from Hlckmnii, Ky., where they attended tlie funeral of a -friend, M. B. Jon's. Mrs, Ida ditchings, who was stricken crlllcnlly ill ft week ago, Is now slightly Improved. Cliarles W. Gamble, of Jasper. Tcnn., is the guest of Mr. und Mrs. E. L. Hale. Mrs. Louis Leroy and daughter, Jo Carr, ot Memphis, are vUlt'|ng Mrs. Lcroy's sister, Mrs. Louise Chapman. San" Fi-anclsco, Caltf, tiiat Mvs. starting about the sixth and ; going Nonnah Bunch, Mrs. Howard Perry of Joncsboro, and Mre. W. Owen Ulue, were tn Memphis yesterday. Dr. Mnja smaller has returned from St. I/jiilf where lie took the national iward examination for practicing medicine. arrive home some lime next week. Bhc slwnt llie fall at Pace, Mtss., with her .son. R. Morris King, and except for vlslls In Florida, has spent- the rest o[ Ihe time ,ln Brunswick, Cla,, with her daughters, Mrs. Roy A. Doan, Mrsj Thomas W. Miller, and MUs Bobbie Lee King. She will be accompanied home by Mrs. Miller who will spend ecvornl weeks with her Elslere, Mi-s. Hugh Nelson Thompson nnd Mrs. Bamuel F. Noi-rls. Roy Alexander, of Osccola, is at the Memphis, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Orabcr were In Kemictt last night for a dance. Miss Anne Fisher hits returned from a visit In St. Louis with Mr. and Mrs. Brax Smith. M™. F. L. Husband and son, J. B., have returned home from n visit In the Ozarks. on up to about, the day she mar- j Cora K. 1 Tcague, who .made her rles—in addition lo'the'two tljit | home with Mrs: Williams and Ihc week, '• ..'';': | late Mr. Williams :for,marry years, The IjUngstqn newlyweds -hftVC lie is Intern^ nl the UlyUievillc hosplUil IWs t-Iazarene met Thursday adernoon,! sltmm cr. ,.'. the oins of Mrs. Edd|c Me-' Mrs. j ; . A , roller ami her-inugh- G:vgory. Mrs. Arthur Dimii'cn ter , Mrs . E ,i B n r Burnett Jr., and Okkhoman Will Hold Revival at Shady Grove An evangelistic mcqUng will be- Kin Sunday, July 5lli, al the Grove community, Ihrcc and a half mlle.'i south of Manila. The Rev ' H. c. Wclc, of Tulso, Okla.. wll gave the Ecrlplure .lesson,.' from ciiVldreir'orcollonpori;"uC'spiMil P™;li using as his chief topics, th< the 12«th Psalm with prayer by Wednesday in osccola ns guests of P r °l>™cles, tlie Judgment and tin Mrs. Harmon Holt.-The missionary Mr, and Mrs. Wade Qiilun. lesson was taught by Mrs. Willie N. W. Kyle and daughter, Mar- Trlpplcr after which: prayer were ilia, haw gone • to Dallas, Tex., offered by Mrs. Ruben Dunway, f Qr ihc Texas centennial cclcbrn- next coming of Christ. Political Kcllc Mrs. McGrcgory and Miss Mildred. Mayo. Methodist Younp The Mississippi .County Council vine"" Tcim., to spend several ;inhircan"cD'ii've"ntion"'at" of. ..Young . People's Unions In -eeks with Mr. Wilson's parents. p " tl " cli " CDmDll[10 » nl ton and Onlveston before return-, tiic"nepHbTrcan national convening home. Hon. He found a ticket, wllh seal Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson and I number and everything but It daughter have gone to Sommcr- provcd (o bc to ti ' e NaUonnl Iis . pre- Methodist churches had a picnic at .Walker park Tuesday night. Tills preceded the regular monthly business,: .meeting, sided over , by, IkA'prcsmcnl, InezTiiompsoii. 1 N. •• . ' | . - . - . « • -• * Allcud Supper Party Miss Adelaide C'owscrl. Charles Kindle, and Leon .Stilwell, ami Mtss, Evelyn Tomlinson, of Cav- ulhersville, ' were gtiesls of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Lane, • at their 'Carulhcrsvllle home' Wednesday night for a fish supper. After supper Ihe party attended the show. Demonstration Club News Notes Dogwood Club. The Dogwood Home Demonstration club met Wednesday afternoon; al- the home of Mvs. Clyde O'Neal when 33 attended. Aflcr the business session, recipes for. rolls and relishes were ex- caianged and plans for the summer camps made, - • During the social hour, ice creair and cake were served those preseni Tvhlch Included three new members, Mrs. Arch Lindsey, Mrs. Hngl Harbert, Mrs. Rayford Eubanks and Miss Lucile Moreland. 1'fie next meeting will be July at Ihe home of Mrs. G. F. Scrap: Mrs. W. E. Holland and cr, Billy June, of niplcy, Tcnn., .re, guests of Mrs. Holland's moth- •r','Mrs. Mftry. Spradley. Mis.'Whit;c«odman and daugh- er, Lee, of Memphis, are visiting Mrs. Goodman's parenis, Dr. and Mrs. P. D. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. O. w. McOulchcn and daughlcr, Sara Loii, were in Memphis ycsterduy. Sam Lou will leave. Ihc first of the week tor Lflkc Lure, N. C., wliere she will attend camp for six weeks. Mrs. George Smith, who recently underwent an operation lor appendicitis al a Memphis hospital, has been brought home. Her condition is very good. Mrs. O. N. Hawkins was called to Morrillton, Ark., because of Jie serious iljncs of her mother, Mrs. R. A. Balrrt. The Hev. and Mrs. Alfred Car- isnler were called lo Mangnim 3kla., loday because of tlie serl- the serious illness of her mother, nother. Milton Graham, Frank Huff nan, Miss Margaret Moore and Jlss Ann Tompkins have returned torn Rldgccrcst, N. C., where they GARLIC and PARSLEY for Allimin Klifnce of Girlie.Parjky Tabltij valuiMe for reducing bigh blood prcisuie. Tabkta 5pea'ally ro^ttrl. JVo odor. N'o lailt. Ka dnigj. Cuannlffd safe ind cffcclive or moncr back. A*!c (or ihcjc LjMets by name -ALLIMIN ESSENCE OF GARLlc! I'arllcy Tablcli. IVo'iiiu, SC« jnij 51.00. For sale by Kirby Bros. Drag Co. 1001. McKlnlcy's psrlrait the tlckcl, WANTED An A-plus ralcd old line Some have traveled of lale and elt us ylvld descriptions of their California. Mrs. Williams, went out recently lo spend Ihc summer wllh her, says the new house Is lovely and lhal i she - is amvlng H wonderful lime. ' New Liberty News rips. Drs. Carl and Edna Nlcs re home from a six weeks'- motor rip which look them through Jhe ves;—which reminds us that liic [lean sobLst in the Klm» r , ; "Pi- ale Dancers," was a "frientl" of iur 5 whom we met in California W. S. Hanna and Ellis Whalley, >sl, summer, He dances as well ns of Aberdeen, Miss., were the week ic sang. Some of Adcllc Lecch'2 end guests oi Mr. Hanna's sister rlends went up to Mayfield, Ky. Mrs. J. p. Epperson. Mr. whatley tils week as guisls of Mrs:,Will also visited his brother. MaxWhat- Norman for the day'and they .'-report a grand lime with the hills >f Kentucky still blue. Rulh Bull lied home today from a glorious .rip through Texas, seeing Ihe Dalas Centennial and all Its sode- llghts as the guest of Elizabeth Fllvcrs, of Elgin, Texas, who was here rcncnlly. Carleton and Sunshine Smith plan to leave for llieir Icy. and 'fariiih/; W. W. Cain returned Sunday from Mississippi, accompanied bj his father and two sisters, who, will visit here for-sevcrai days. Tnose who altendcd Ihc reunior at llie J. P, Epperson home Sunday were Mr. and M«. j A. [.*- and family, Mr. and Mrs. .JV1U Wheat and family, 01 lome ln N New Orleans Monday but i Mr. and Mrs. j. w. Epperson imi Marjorle Lltzclfelner nays she hopes I £0]], of Leachvills, Mr. and Mrs reserve life insurance company im opening In Blylhevillc terriior lor an experienced, capable !if insurance man ns general agen Must have clean and successti record. The man chosen will IK given unlimited line of finaiKla' backing for making loans. Thr rl?ht man should earn more thai 55,000 cash his first year. Address: Sales Manager, 408 Union Nal'i Bank. Bldg., Llltlc Rock, Ark. —Adv WE HANDLE THE IJEST MEATS OBTAINABLE We Guarantee Satisfaction. One Trial will Convince You. FREE DELIVERY CALL 673 PICKARD'S GROCERY 10« Chickasawba " Never' —layi Gerlte Gorwiie.'/'No'mori of Iliat 'f[«o premium 1 ifla fpr^mc. .Ono stp tail* _ mo thsl I actually paid '(OT; |S« promium and didn'i gal « good t«»» monBy." It Must Be Better than "Free Psejnmm" Tea Here's 1 why. No one can aflord to give you "free prer miums" and, at Ihc same price, give you the finer, .norc expensive teas that are blended in McCormick's Banquet Oraiigc Pekoe. For your sake we'd rather, and we do, invest Ihc money in bctlcr lea. Kichcr, sweeter tea (hat's free from bitter after taslc. Extra juicy, tea that makes extra cups per pound.Try it. 1 Your tnoney.back it you don't agree that, iced or hot, it's the best you've'ever used. McCORMICK'S EXTRACTS "'•'. SPICES .TEAS • MUSTARDS . MAYOHHAISE "• ffliur Quaiili} ' 3'uttr flavor The Friendliest Kind of Banking —is thai which sticks closest to sound hanking principles. POUND bankiiiK protects U 1 money, safeguards slocklioldcr.s' interests and encourages bpvrowini; customers- to enter upon only' such underlakiinjs its contain the elements of! success. Each one of these considcralipns is the truest form of -friendship a bank-can od'er. -, Sound banking- jirinciples pcrinil, only safe, prolitablu operations which return a fair yield on invested capital. , They, enable. the bank to mainlnin.aii efficient organization' and build nyi ample -reserves and sin-plus to fortify the; protection of depositors' money. '. ", . In our next advertisement -We shall point out some practices which are not nets of true banking friendship, 110 matter how pleasantly and cburteously' jierformed. Deposits Insured/By The Federal Deposit insurance Corporation Washington,'!)". C. '• " V $5,000 Maximum Insurance For Each Depositor Farmers Bank & Trust Co. BIytheville, Ark. Braggadocio News Mlsi Ninn Iluckaba. accompan- c<l \)y 'Miss Bctly Branson, tit /'aVulhortivillc. vifiiled relntivcs »l friends of Branson in nycrsL'tirg, Tcnn.. last, week-end. Mfi and Mrs. J. p. Wilkerson and Belly Jean, of Memphis, nl the week-end wilh Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Holl. Mr. and MI-H. Floyd Hamlet and ;oii ipcnl t'ls week-end here. They relrrned Sunday ftflcrnoon to ' Ca|» Glranlcnu, where Mr. 6UII-D VOOR5ELF UPTO A PICTURE OF6000 HEAtTH DRINK -THE PURE MILK FROM CRAIG'S DAIRY Hamlet school. is altcnding summer Tclcithoiie KcuiiEtus TM'O SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (UP) —Tin; telephone reunited Harry Jaeger of this city with His sister, Mrs. Kathryh Ganster, IJrook- lyn, N. Y.. for the first time It is as much 'as 3! d?.ys, which proves Ihe sun is not a solid body. Ft LI, DELICATESSEN' LINE~~ Cheeses for all tastes Cold Meats of any kind Trult Juice & Ginger A!e FRESH YARD EGGS DAILY PICKAKlVg OHO. &, MEAT MAUKKT Phone 013 —We Deliver HM4 Chlckasawba Daily ilrlnMng of CRAIG'S MILK will STRENGTHEN' VOIIR KE- SISTANGE, and shorten Ihc p (c GOOD HEALTH. COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN! TODAY ONLY PAL NIGHT 2 Adults Ataillcil for Price ol 1 :cs ^mSmii! ! *:S£ 522«» '^,L For those who watch pennies and relish luxury.,^ Kentudky's old-time distilleW have an ideal whiskey -.the •'double-rich " straight Bourbon! A Denier Whiikcr KJift th, ,\tj> 1 </ A;»N'(. A!ijJc in Krniackr bj o\4 - lioe Kemucty disrillen .. Krntuckjr w» Setcclctl bliorls —A^lniission— Matinee—10 £ 2Sc—Whit' Ic. Tax Night—10• &'-33e—With lc T:i:; Saturday Only 90 PROOF-KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY COPYRIGHT, 1936, SCHBNLEY DISTRIBUTORS, INC., NEW YORK DEALER TODAY! CHKVUOLET COACH. Motor and Tires 0. K. .. . . ..-..:'....,. v ••' ESSEX COACH. Runs Good, IflSfi License ...... ...... ..;.. 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