The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 17, 1939 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 17, 1939
Page 5
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1989 BIA'THKVJLUS, (ARK.) COURIER N{,;\VS COUKIIill NWS COMi'MMKNTAKV TICKET y Tliis Ticket Will Admit Otin GrciMi & Coui|Kinio!i Manila —lo flic— KIT// THEATER —to set— MM VVOJIEN" llai-e l-'lsli Fry Mr. mill Mrs. E. M. Holt cnler- lainccl 25 guests with a llsli fry lust night iti honor of their hoiise- BiiKits, Mr. and Mrs. U. H. Holt, ami daughter, Margaret,'and Miss lluhy Rose Maori! of CookcviHe, Tcnn. Kisli, roukcil outdoors, was served at tallies arranged on the lawn of the Holt home. Included in tlie guests was Jim- mio HiEi'inbotham, of little Rock. * » * lias Club Parly Miss Boris Hay ]}ol>.rn.s nnd Mrs. Earl O'Neal, late of Monroe, La., liousegucsl of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Hiick, and family, before moving to Joncsboro, were the guests of Miss Mary Virginia Cutler yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of Ihe ADC liriilgc club wilh a yarly at the Rustic Inn. Hish score prize in (lie bridge games went lo Mrs. William Young Scrarjo. j During (lie afternoon, iced drinks ', were served nnd tit Die conclusion i -, of thi; games, the hostess served a dessert course. iMniiini;r Of Miss Kll]]]|ili-r Ami. i\tr. llcnlley Aiiiiounceil Mr. mid Mrs. Prank Sumptcr of Maiden, Mo., announce the mar-' rinye of their daughter. Miss Kay ' Snmpter, and Oivight, Bentley. of Iliis cily, which was solemnized at the Siunpicr home Sunday, July I :m. The house was profusely decorated with garden flowers. A program of nuptial music by Miss Mary; hlyli score prize went to Mrs. Haker and second high lo Mrs, Hush Harbcrl. * • * Etfd Oluccrs Miss Delta Pintle was elected president of the L. L. b. Sunday school class of the First, Baptist church at a suiiper meeting at, (he iiiislic Inn last night. Other officers chosen were: Miss nulh DiiJalnmty, vice-president; Miss Mareile Clark, secretary-treasurer; Miss Mary Sue Wright, reporter; Miss Willie Davis and Miss Miujorie Collins, group captains Bits of Newi Mostly Personal! Mr. and Mrs. Perry Barber liavc gone to Shrcveporl, La., where Mr. Barber has been transferred by (he Arkansas-Missouri Power Corporation. Mrs. Barber, the former Miss Jean Dilliiliunty, was reared here and Mr. Baiter came tci Biyllicville a number ol years ago to be connected with the power company a.s auditor. H i s probable they will he locate] in Shrevcpoil only for a short time. Ross Harlwell and familv nnd : 111 this l>lan lo spend turned yesterday from a two week's vacation iu the East, 'Iliey cross- til In.o Cannd.i at Detroit and went from there lo Niaisiim F U |S Lake I'lucid, lltrougli Ilic New England , stales and on lo New York City where they spent sis days iiiul «t- • lende<l the World's Fair and various shows. They reuirncd through Pennsylvania and Kentucky. Furls McCalla, of Uoscinark, Tenn., and Don I'eltil. of Memphis, who have been spending most of Ilic summer at their liomcs, have returned lierc for the cotton season. Mrs. Clinrlcs Sanders returned | Monday from JXM Angeles, Cnllf., where she visited Mr. m ,d Mrs. II. L. Tiltnuc for kii weeks. She also | visited other friends in points of California while awtiy. Mr. and Mrs, E. B. Thomas hnve returned from it vacation spent iu points of Kentucky, West Virginia nnd Ohio. They also visited in Baltimore and Washington. Upon l their return here Saturday night, i Mr. Thomas went to Little Rock where he Is employed. Hnrtwell is primarily interest in Hint sport. Mr. Hartwcll was retired June 1 from the Swift Packing company with which lie had beer for 35 years. Mrs. Goromvy Poetz of Amiiskn, Ala., returned home this morning after having visited her parei: Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Langsloii, here since Saturday, Miss Mary Harlmus Alexander of Jackson, Tenn., will ecmc tomorrow night to spend a few days here w '.". 1 . hcr . atm . t ' Mrs ' w - B - Williams. of Maiden, pianist, pre-1 csnl ceded the service which was rend Rev. Theron McGee, pas- the Cape Girarrieaii fcr this fall. She will I t ion, where in . 5C lioo! she taught school last visil ,,, th tr[cmls be _ home the end of lJOK'1 table. Ihe brirte was graduated the Maiden high school in from 1935 and was a member of tlie basketball iiiui track learn. For Ihe past several months, she has been connected wilii the Brown Shoe Coin„ pany at Carutiicrsvillc. Mr. Bentley, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Bentley is a Militate of the city schools.-He is engaged with his fatlier in the gro- <:cry business here. Mr. and Airs. t flentloy :n-c at home at 317 North i Madison street. Hns Tarty At Hold Red /.innms were arranged in the entcrlalnhig rooms at the Hold Noble where Mrs. C. C. Langston yesterday enlcrtaincd with a club party. !j Guests wore members of the ,J Town and Comilry club and Mrs. Jf' Wnlker H. Baker and Mrs. Fred V. , where she plans lo reside tlie Refreshment. 1 ; u'erc served at Mic conclusion of the games in which I Mr. an'd°M?s. Jcssce future. Mr. ami Mrs. E. A. Stacy and family left Sunday for a vacation to be siient in the western stales. They plan k> attend the Fair at San Francisco. Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty and Mrs. R. C. Dent, of Cariithersvilie, will go to Bowling Green, Ky., tomorrow for Miss Jenny y/ren Dillahunty whs has been attending business college there this summer. They plan to return here' Saturday. Barbara Bobo is resting well at the Blythevillc Hospital following a lotislllectomy performed this morning. Mrs. Lily O'Keefe, of Forrest City, came Tuesday to spend a few days here with her son, Jack O'Kcefc. Miss Mary Emily Wilson has returned from.Imta, Miss., where she visited relatives for four weeks. The condition of Mrs. Frank McGregor, which became critical last night is slightly improved today. 'suit re- ,«-M! WHAT FLAVOR' I'M- SURE GtAD WE CHANGED TO UPTON'S TEA, rtNN/ BEST fCED TEA I EVER TASTED- AND IT'S SO COOUNC AND REFRESHING! H F.HFS why Upton's is America's most popular tev 1. World.Famoui Flavor-smooth, full, rich, delicious. 2. Tender Young l»ovei — aod luscious, flavorful buds—give cxira fragrance and bouquet. 3. Distinctive Blend —with choice leas from Upton's own Ceylon gardens. / >. E<onomi<ol—you use less Union's per glass—it's so rich in flavor. Miss Elizabeth Cleaver* To Wed Rev. Bickford OSCEOLA. Ark., Aug. 17. _ An i engagement of Interest to (hose in I Osccrla an:) clllos In Oklahoma is' lhat. made today by Mr. and Mrs ' Guy Cleaver, Musjcgc'c. 'oitin of I their daughter. Cecil EltabHh, lo the Hev. Lestci' Marion nlckford pf Osceola, son cf Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Bickford cf Freedom, Okla. The wedding will be'an'event of late autumn. Miss Cleaver is a graduate of Muskogcc Jini|or Ccllcue and Phillips University, Okla. For Die past two years she has taught in the public schorls of Enid and more recently lias been on Die faculty cf Phillips University. She lias been popular in musical circles in Enid and lias been organlsl at Central Christian church in Enid for the past four years. Miss Cleaver also is a member cf the Pianists' Club and of the A. A U. W. Mr. nlckford is a graduate of Phillips University ami is new pastor of the Christian church in this city, where the young couple will be at h:me. At The H Walls Hospital D. Lorio, city, admitted. Mrs. Fred Child, cily, dismissed. Blythevillc Hospital Barbara Bobo, city, admitted. Mrs. Curtis Nelson, Aunorcl, admitted. Mrs. A. A. Martin, city, admitted. Mrs. J. B. Cavasher, city, admitted. Miss Sadie Stcnecipher, Peach Orchard, Mo., dismissed. Marcus Payne, cily, dismissed. Miss lrti.5 Miller, Forrest City, dismissed. Stanley Ingram city, dismissed. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Henry Turner, Osceola. admitted. Memphis Baptist Hospital William Lloyd, Osccola, admitted. Memphis illctludisl Hospital Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wilson, Osccola, a daughter. Emmanuel Community GIvi'.s nii-lliiliiy l';ir!y .Mrs..RayiiioiKl Hodge was hostess to 50 relatives nnd friends cf Raymond mid Lelmul Hodge with « party at (he l*land Hodge home faumtny In honor of Ihclr blrlliilnyi, which are on the saint- dnv. Out of town gupsis W PI . C . MV5 Connie I'lnkcrlon nnd Mrs. Minerva Plnkley orciosmrtl; Mrs. Sustc l£l «f Onin, Mo.; Mr. nnd Mrs II. Jl. sionc of nivllicvlllc- Mr and Mrs. D. j. Hodge of pint Lake- Mr, and Mrs. 11. L. Hudson of Ooe- wocd Kldgc; Mr. nnd Mrs. Kibj Hedge, Mr. nnd Mrs. I), u, Hortgt inul Mr. and Mrs. l<'mi jiodgc of Lone Oak; Billlc Dorlhy and Hodge cf Joiner. * * » Mrs. Eric liny Is spending 10 days wilh hcr sister. Mrs. p Myer; of I'cnllnc, Mich. Mrs. Connie I'inkerlon and Mrs Mlncrvn iMnklcy, of Oosncll. were Saturday night gucsls of Mr and Mrs. J. a. Rleliiirdson. VVilina Lou Slonc, cf lilylhevllle and Bonnie Jenn Hoilgc, of Flat Lake, spent .Saturday nlghl with Vcrnelle O'Neal, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hid Buuk, of Sen- Mh, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Roy Giilncj ol BlylheviUe. were guests of Miami Mrs. John Gnlncs Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cook of Torrancc, Cnllf., were guesl.-; ol Mr. nnd Mrs, T. J. nichardson Saturday. Mrs, Cook Is an mint of Mrs. Rleliiirdson. Mrs. Luna Polk cf Medina, Tcnn. is visiting her parents, Mi- nnd Mrs. J. \v. liarncs this week. Mr. and Mrs. Winner Barnes, of Modiiiii, Tcnn., returned to Iheh liopje Monday alter having visited relatives here. Mr. Baincs' lather, J. W. Barnes, returned htino wilh them to attend to business there Mrs. Willie Rlcrmrrtsou niicl daughter, Joyce, are vlslllng Mrs^ S. C. Colcman and Mrs. clas Rniney, of Memphis. Mrs. Cowman Is Ihe molhor of Mrs. Klchnrds:!! and Mrs, Rnlncy. a sister. Miss Earllne nichanlson nlteiided a 4-H-Cmh picnic ai Manila Sal- nrday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I'enler of Flat Lnke, arc visiting Mrs.' M. F. Uirchctte this week. The average sp.cci! far nll'v the domestic carriers during Ihe year was 163 m.p.h,, and the average length of a passenger's Inp was •11D miles, . Rend Cnurler News want aas. Hend Courier News want ads. CAlti) OF THANKS We wish lo express our thanks and appreciation for tlie kindnesses .shown us in Ihe loss of our loved one, R. j. Pillow. Mrs. R. J. Pillow and son, Ross. Mr. and Mrs. p. C. Pillow a lid family. FOR CHILLS AND FEVER And Other Malaria Misery! T Jr° n '. t E° through Ihe usual Mabrla ?ufth r! K Pon '' B ° °" shivering with chills one moment and burn mg wilh fever the nexl Malaria is relieved .by Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. Yes IHs medicine really works. Mndc'csnc- cmlly for Malaria. Conla ns Sless mumdinc and iron, Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic ac- -.i fake Grove's Tasteless Chil Tonic for Malaria o, d s wc" by i . Pleasant to take, too Even Act" fl^M r W , Uh -° Ml a °' llin > " yES, I tIKE UPTONS tors BETTER! ITS THRIFT? AS Mv.oto SCOTCH COSTS LESS THAN HUtf A CENT A GLASS.' ,ir,.' * j Hear A. D. Muse Preach Christ! IN WHOSE NAME, AND BY WHOSE AUTHORITY HE IS PREACHING IN BLYTHE- V1LLE, ARK. Y NIGHT'S SUH.JECT: "The Spirit World— The 1'rinci; of Darkness." F1UDAY NIGHT'S SUBJECT'"Ihe Spirit World— The 'Two Kingdoms— The htngdoni of Light.' 1 Don't Miss "ANGELS'", Sunday 3 p.m. Over K.L.C.N, 1290 Kilocycles 10:30 Every Morning At The Tent, Corner Main & 7ih 7:4.5 fiocry Niylil Arkansas Masons' Omiifl Muster To Speak At Wilson PAGE , Ark.. Aiiir. 17.-l[oii, 'V Koiiip, griuici inoslcr of Ar- sfis Alasons, iicstmuster at Hot Rml' ,!!'"' ."'W'"""' "f thC Hot finings Chiinibpr or Coiiinmw, will pe ic prlnclpid spi-nkcr nl (he iwl U« ol ll,c UBVSOII u,ko lodge i>> Wilson ,,esl -l-iipsdni. i.lghi, A , 1(( , '« »» announcement by n. N, M:IT|D. Wll- ful maslcr or lllc c lake lodge. Ai-oium m Masons lire cxpoclotl aJlli I "' C ' S " 11 "'='" tl>c » ll> vc«lh MI i T 1|)llsl " 8 lhc rau W SIM |iiii. Cwluhcud mid poi u sell. Ilic 20 lodgM I,, (i, c ' ''' W " S<) "' in, , mul of , ,r ' - - Hiiirjiinn. Mimlli,, u >ndl - '!'<)» I.A'1'1,' T<) Wiuid'il lo |t(. t) ( J '''"'ill imfiimlsliod hmisc ov «imn- "inn by Kept, N. M. Seil S en- iiiionc GIO-J. n-ck-ai I'm- Kent i riiom house wllli Ijntli. Qurdeii mid snrn^e. 2'i, blocks from High Seliool. I'hone 219. n-ek-31 vlllc, Ctimwny, iflko oily, Noltle- ton. JoiH'sboio, Drorkliuii!, uona liny, 'I'nimaiin, ][,„ r i s i)i, rjji M ln -)i C <[ Tree, Tyconzn, I/;piiiito, Wclnpr nnd Moncllo. .. the illsllngiilsheil Masons who will ,iUcmi arc J. n. ))i,,,,,, Osceoln, niul Kieil suickoy, I^piin- lo, both past erund musters o[ Arkunsns Musons; J -\- Coslon O.secolii. mid G. T, cnrimitcr' Marked Tree, pnsi lini | K i orators; KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS Dr. E. it, nojjnn, Luxorn, tiistilcl (lepiily grand master ot the eleventh district. TJio meeting; will Uc Held In the Wilson club lioiiso iv'llli the \Vllson chapter, Order Easier Star serving the dinner. More l|uin isop fnri)i bojs nnd EMS in New York Slate wcro tiuight tp piniiL trees by Cornell extension forest Hits spring'' IN MEMORY Qf R; j,- PILLOW Oh, how sat! is our home t YOLII lovp to us was so'dear "i We arc broken hearted and alone 1 Hough your prcsenci stlll'llngers near. . ' ? Mpy docl m heaven guide' your hand ' - - < We breathe for you a prayer' As you pasg on to (he other land And wait lot M there. ^ VISIT TWO FAIRS FOB ONE FfiRE In »li-condill<mcj chjlr $ i and cajchc* In ilccpina cm. berth charges exfrj Tuo nionlhs' tdum limit EXPERTS CHOOSE 1 L>H . y?<* **y«» fftijfivjf ff^mlCTjE Ki'c- • f - '"i. * '"'•'' >*' t'^'^V?; No FincT CompUent'Coufd Belaid ^ny Se| . Tfjpn to Be Chosen b'y Men Who UM 4 AJ^ Equipment Ddily anci Kp9* Jf f^lPj^^ $$ ™J _...„„. ^..j ^^ t4 ^_,^ .^^',£;.,i^r^^ J Naw Styling and Performqnw You Won't MdUh Under $85 95 $5 A Down Payment, Carrying Charge Merc is Ilic latcBt idea in cabinet clcsJEn Hie Console Grand .. . whose low graceful lines assure you not only tlie Beauty Winner of Today,but the Vogue of Tomorrow/ There'arc.8. tubes wlierc you'd expect: 6. A big 12" Pro- jectolonc speaker aiul Hi-Fidelity for'lifelike -tone . . . 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