The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 29, 1936 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 29, 1936
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTIJEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER-NEWS Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS R. A.'s meeting First church, 4 p.m. Mrs. Charles Perm enlcrtalnlng Younger Set Bridge club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Church of Christ Elble study meeting with Mrs. Newt McLcod, 2:30 p. m. > Miss Margaret Keck entertaining for Miss Sue Bull. Sunbeams meeting First Baptist church, 4 p.m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Democratic Women's Club, meet- Ing Hotel Noble, 9:30 a. m. Miss Sue Butt Given Linen Shower Saturday. Miss Sue Butt, flancce of William R. Robinson, of Cape Ginir deau, was guest of honor at the second of a number of interesting events planned for 'rier prior to ho marriage on July 17, when Mrs. -Meyer Graber and Miss Helen Alice Sternbcrg had a bridge and linen ehower Saturday nlghl at the Graber home. The four tables were arranged In two connecting rooms, which were decorated wll'n mid-summer fUw- ers. Mrs. W. J. Pollard won first and the honored guest, second high The prizes were hosiery. A frozen fruit salad was serve; i -with sandwiches and iced lea. Miss Butt:found her, gifts after — : .receiving a telegram which told her- to go to the bedroom, where they were arranged. Included In the guests was Mrs. Carleton Smith, of New Orleans, who Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams and Mr. and Mrs. C. a. Smtt'n. he Brythevlllc hospital, The baby, who weighs eight pounds, has icon named Samuel Brill, for his lather and mother. • » Has Birthday 1'arly. Jackie Johnson, six-year-old son of Mr. and MM, Roy Johnson, had a birthday parly Saturday atler- lxx>n at his 'nome, 613 Madison. The 14 boys and girls played games before they were served ice cream and cake. Bits of News Mostly Personal Ann White, daughter ol Mr and Mrs. Godfrey White, of Osccola, who has been nt the Memphis Methodist hospital bccaus'. of a foot Infection which has become o,ultc serious, Is home again The trouble was caused by a piece of shrub piercing her fool. Mrs. J. J. Moqrc and Miss Mae Hatloy arc visiting in Memphis. Jj. M. Ross has returned from Equality, III., where he spent two weeks w|th relatives. Mrs. Hamilton Talbert, of Wnsh- ington, O. C., arrive tonight, Revival Singers to spend n month with her molh cr, Mis. Emma Holm, and family. Mrs. Dcrllm Basson, of Luxom, was taken to the Memphis'. Baptist hospital Sunday. Bride Cues I of Honor nt Shower. Mrs. Clyde Wilson, who before her recent marriage was Miss Kathryn Wnlpole, was guest of honor at a bunco parly and Isccllaneoiis shower Friday night, when Mrs. Jess Horner and Miss Thelma wells entertained 20 guests at I'he Ilor- ner home. The bridal iiibllt was attractively carried out in the refreshments of heart shapsd canapes, decorate! with pink arrows, pink licarl shaped cakes, dccoraled wil'h valley Itl- ies, pickles, 'olives, nuts and candles, served with cold drinks. Tho favors were miniature pink umbrellas, made idcnllcal U^l'fle large umbrella, suspended from the ceiling, which held the assorted gilts. In the bunco games Miss Jessie Erite won 'high' score award, Miss Era'Wright,: low score, and Miss Audley Blythe, the traveling prize. * • .- • B. Y. P. U. To Have Outing. Members of the .Galaxy union of the First Baptist church .will have an outing al the river Thursday evening al 7:30 o'clock. They wll' meet at the tiitirch and go in t group. The officers and social committee will be In charge of the evening's entertainment. Training Council Meets. The nine unions of the training union department of the First Baptist church will hold t'tieir regular monthly council at the church tonight at 7:30 o'clock. All members and officers are urged to be present. The Gralus union will serve supper, the "Galaxy union will 'have charge of the decoration and the business group of hospitality. underwent night at an Nolcn and family, F. Simon,- who operation Friday Memphis Baptls ng very well. His accompanied him Ihere. relumed yesterday afternoon. J. I,. Guard motored to Equally, 111., yesterday for Mrs. Guard and daughter .Molly, who had MCII visiting relatives there for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. L, Moore; inul family, of Osccola, were guests of Mi-s. Emma eslerday. •Mr. and Mrs. Chris • .larboe and daughter. Marcclls,' of Louisville, Ky.. were the guests of their cousins, Miss Florrlni) Jarboc and Mrs. Carl Green, and Mr. Green, for the weekend. Mrs. Wyatt Henley,-.had ns her guests for the, weekend • her. bro tlier, J. N. Wilton, of- .willow Springs, Mo.,, her niece. Mrs. C. R. Tcmplcton, and Mr. Templeton of Los Angeles, Cnllf. Mrs. Arch Gray and son, Billy Pat of Moltne, in., w ho are spending (he summer r\t Rector. Ark, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray and family here yesterday en route to.Memphis. Marjorie Stevens, 'daughter of Mr. and Mis. Ross Stevens, underwent, a tonsllectomy Friday - nt the Blythevillc hospital Mrs, rt. c. Haley will return tonight from Conway, where she attended 1 !! conference of Splrilunl Leaders of the Woman's Missionary Society of Methodist church, cince Friday. Mr. and Mrs, A. G. Little will, Ipave tomorrow for Lincoln, III. I where they will be,guests of Mi. and Mrs. James W. McGrath for ( . IK Jackson and their nephew, Richard Jackson, of 'dishing, Okla., wonl to Rcclfoqt Lake, Tenn,, .this-afternoon for a brief outing. A. B. Fnlrficld, who has been Quite ill for some time, is resting very well. Mrs. Graham Sudbnry and son, MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1036 A $2,500 House - the! Members of the Rylcc nvarlc-l, who nrc furr shown, left lo right: Jim Hunt, Mrs. Henry Rylcr, Henry Hlrani Rylcc. ] '•• i!c': : for e, al'c Ryle'e, Pointer Cor 1940 Race Son Eoni A son was born Saturday to several days. Mr. and Mrs. Tom W. Already the 19-10 presidential booms arc echoing. Governors George H. Enrlc of I'cnnsyl.vanln and James Cm-ley of Massachusetts have teen widely publicized as possible Roosevelt successors, but It Jesse Jones ol Texas, chahnmn cf the RFC, (pictured ut Philadelphia) who is pointed oul by party lenders ns a tho cnmlldacv good long-range bet for Gosncll News Mr. and Mrs. R. a. Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Bert, Nelson and son. Billy, nnd Mrs. Maiiha Nelson, all of Jackson, Tenn., and Mr. and.Mrs. Charlie Cane and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Richardson a week ago Sunday, Mr. nnd Mrs. Marshall Hyde, of Riplcy. Tenn., arc the guests of Mr. i and Mrs. Frank Hyde. Mrs. Parnell Mitchell, of Ridgc- ly. Tenn.. is the guest of Mrs. Lorella Grimes. George pcjlcr and family, ol Hip!?)'. Tcnii,. are visiting Mr. Pol- tor's brother. Willie Potter. lEy^yaL/ I4ITCUEI1 a 0' • H-S TT LlVIHfi D.OOM FUI.I, UHLIUATKSSliN I,!NE Cheeses for all tastes Cold Meats of any kind Fruit Juice & Ginger Ale FRESH YARD EGGS DAILY J'ICKAltlJ'.S OKO. A MEAT MARKET Phone 013 — We Deliver 1044 Chickasawb.i ORDERS TAKEN FOR "BKRNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS FREE Mrs. Leslie Hooper M'-s. A. C. Haley 1103 Chlckasawba Phone 792 COOI.HST SPOT IN TOWN! StCOND FtOOQ. Designated ns House (E) In the Federal Housing Administration booklet "Principles of Planning Email Hcmcs", this is a comfortable home ol the formal Georgian type, yet simplicity itself, joth in resign and construction. 'Ihc pediment treatment of the gable end changes it from just, a horse anil gives it character. The plan :ihc',re a small but. well-proportioned' living room with good wail paces. Wilh the no-cellar plan a dining spaci 1 is provided in the kitchen, where !ho intimate family meals can be ealcn. On more formal occasions the end of the living room ran be used. The utility 11.0111 provides a place for Ihc heating null, with full storage and good space for laundry work. If ;i collar is brill, ;i dining alcove is provided ns pan of (tie living rocm, and :\ combination qink-lray is placed In the kitchen. The bedrooms nrc- large enough to accommodate two people each, which makes this » possible house for a family cf six. The wall spaces are well worked* out,' nml cross- rcntllallon is provided in cacti room. Built-in wardrobes aie shown in two cl Hie rooms instead of closets; they take up less space than the usual closets and arc good-looking nieces of furniti're. The Housing Administration estimates that this ho'.icc in uy te "ouiil icr net more than S2.5M. Last Time Today EDWARD G. HOBINSON in 'Bullets or Ballots' With Joiin momlell, Biirlon ftlcl«int! anil Frank iMcHugh Paramount News nnd Musical Shorts. —Admission— Matinee—10 i Zee—With lo Tax Nisiit—10 i .We—With lc Ta.\ TUESDAY $75 HANK NIGHT! Realty Transfers 'Warranty Deeds O. II. Boone to Home Owncr.V Loan Corporation, lot 3. block (i. Davis third addition lo Blythe- ullc. The names of the state; of the Union cnne from seven riillerent languages: American, Indian, Eng- luft, Dutcli, French, Greek, Latin and Spanish. nnd Doyd While, of Osccola, left today to atlciw camp for _,w - •«....»,.., ,-,.v. mm, .today for Camp Sapphire, Urevarcl, weeks. Mrs Plovcl White nmi Mr^ Graham jr., are vlsitlnu relatives ,N. C.. where they will bo In camp Halms look them lo Jonesboro "V V ^ rlV ?';',J"- ,. i for ciuhl weeks. I MJM Ellrabcth B | llckwcl ,- . Charles Affltck jr., accompanied I Harry Haines Dick Wlille, kwcll, of Mciuphr.. is the guest of her sis^ by L. G. Bycrly jr.. of Lcachviltc,' =Yeil Uuthcrtord and Joe ; Evrard • Irr. Mrs.'Jesse II Webb, and Mr" Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Owen, at Sam Hodges, N. G. Carlwriyht went to Mammoth Springs, Ark., New Doctor Attends Quins' Brothers and Sister? Webb, for n few days. Mrs. John Durham anri dauch- Icr. Virginia. Huth Irvln and Bob- Wc W.m- have returned from Ar- cadia Vnllry. Mo., where they attended a Christian Endeavor conference of Christian churches. Mrs. Dc ; ;s Piige Walton, Mrs Edwin RoliiiiEon. nnrt Miss Chnr- llnc Robinron have gone to Jackson, Miss., because Mrs. John Page hns undergone a major operation She is Mrs. Walton's mother and a. sister of Mrs. Robinson. Mr. ami Mrs. Douglas Walkci and daughter, Martha Yancey Mrs. James Northerns and daughter. Ann. of Memphis were guest!'of the Rev J. T. Hood and fiini- ily for the weekend. While the Dlonne quintuolels frolic at the nearby nvrsery in Iho best of health, then- elder" brothers and sisters He ill of measles at the family home (jell) near CalUmder. Ont. Dr. M. O. Ranney Is ministering to the ailing ones. A quarantine sign reading: "Warning— Measles in This Hou r e is posted albnjsldc the- dcor (right) Besides Dr. Ranney, the- only visilcr to bs admitted will be the tlprk, whose arrival Is expected to Increase the Dlonne family very soon. Marriage Fee Surprises GANTA CRUZ, Cal (UP) — A «U dressed soung counlf that applied lor a marriage llcenss here was surprised at the existence of a $2 fee 'I ha\e 8 cents,-. 1 : the prospective groom declared, »MIe the prospeethe bride admitted she had 6 cents •• • Buffalo Herd .Thrives CEDAR FALLS, la (OP)—Dr. E J Thlennan last 'all pur- chased a spiall herd of Bi'Dnlo •In Nebraska as, a reminder lo lowans o!' the pioneer era. .The herd . has begun to pay dividends. A calf was recently born to one of.the cows In the herd. .Mussolini Is,aiswimmer, aviator, speedboat-driver,', motorcyclist, and horseman.- .He.bsgins each day with a Courier ' News Classiflca Acts Pay. 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