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PAGE: BMTHEyiIjjE/-(ARK.)-GOURiER: NEWS * COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket Will Admll Lee Rfley & companion Blytheville, Kf. 1 -to (he— • EITZ THEATER —to s«— "UNEXPECTED FATHER" Wool and the Girl Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. V. o. Miller entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Order of' Eastern .Star having stated . meeting, 7:30 o'clock at Hall. ;• WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Charles Laneslon having „ ADC Bridge club. . . Town and Country club meeting with Mrs. J. w. Parker. Little ' Theater meeting 7:30 o'clock; In municipal court room 'of city hall. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Miss;" Virginia Martin, of Dell, entertaining her bridge club. i FRIDAY'S EVENTS Blytheville, Osccola, Huffman chapters of Order of Eastern Star having Joint picnic at Walker Park, three o'clock. ' Miss Thelmx Wells Wfis Raymond Johnson Saturday MioS -Mabel Hogan • announce. the marriage of her niece, Miss TJieima Wells, and Raymond Johnson, son of Mrs. J. F. Johnson, which was performed Saturday nfght at nine o'clock in Cavutliers- -vllle. The Rev. W. U Meyer, pastor of the Canithersvlile Method Is I church, read the service before members of til c immediate families at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Short, formerly of here. - The bride and bridegroom stood In the archway 'between the living 1 room and dining room- for the exchange of vows. They were attended .by Miss Mabel Jo Hogan and Mr. Short. The bride woie a navy sheer crepe romance model which was designed with a flared skirt mid a full box pleated blouse. The V- neckline \\-as.accented with a white piqiie trim and she wore accessories of dragon fly blue with her costume. H,cr corsage was of gardenias .and stt'aiiEonra. ( Her : attendant was dressed in a navy crepe ensemble fashioned on princess .Jines. Her accessories were in 'navy and white and her corsage was of white gardenias. 'Following^ the ceremony, wedding cake an<? iced drinks were served the guests. A triple tiered white 'cake surmounted by the miniature figures of } a bride and bridegroom was arranged in the center of the dining 'table. Throughout the house, touches of color were, added by bouquets of marigolds, golden glow, and other garden flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are honeymooning for a week at Rock- .away Beach. Upon their reliira 1 here, they, will make their home temporarily with the bride's aunt at 121 .West Kentucky. Mrs." Johnson was graduated fiom the city high schoool and has been, employed at the John F. lenti Auditing Company. Mr. -Johnson, who is also a graduate of the city school, is connected with the Coca Cola Bottling company. Cscecla Hostesses Entertain At Club Mrs. C. A. Davis mid Mrs. William Crihfield, of Oscepla, were hostesses to 32 guests from Osceola and Blytheville for a bridge I party Saturday afternoon at the I .Country cliib. Tables were arranged on tlie club porch which was decorated with garden flowers. The summer scheme was carried out in the decorations and in the combination salad and dessert course which was served at the conclusion of the games. High score and traveling prizes went to Mrs. L. L-. Huueiier while low score prize went to Mrs Edgar Crihfield, of Osceoia. Bits of Newt Mostly PerwnaU Is undergoing treatment al the \\7| ',„ IT i •<• \vr i • „ Wals hospital for a few days. WJlllC iioilSe Llie Would B(> Mrs. I, Rosenthal was removed from the niythcvllle hospital to her home Saturday night after having received treatment 'at the ' hospital for two days. She is much I Improved. • j J. E. WhftHwth lias 'gone lo Union City. Toni>.," to l e the guest of i , Ills daughter, Mrs, Clifford Joyner,' ,' and Mr. Joyner. Kent Jackson, of West Memphis, and James Boston, of Osceoia, attended to business here Salur- ••Jay. MONDAV, AUGUST,21/.193U - ~~ "Repentance" To. Be No Novelty To Diana Hopkins Rev.' Muse's Subject "——————— L i —— Jiryant Hill,- who has hcen in — | l « e United States army for seven Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown have ' 1Pcars ' Ilas c ° m e here from Fort returned from ^an Francjsco '< v < l '- me "*' °.elroit lo reside In this Calif., where Ihcy spent 12 days'. clly - Hc ls no ^ at th e home of his They returned by way of Los An- t; ' 5tcr ' Mr5 - Harry Taylor, and Mr. gcles and other Interesting polnu ' la y lor in the western states. i Miss B ett-y .Wlsenant and J. A. Bud Fisher of Washington D c ' Carvcr > of Mcna, and Miss Sybil relumed this morning after hsv- Jonc6 ail<1 Genc Philpot. of Hot lu« spent the last few days here < s P rln S s . were guests of Mtes Marl- with Ills motJier, Mrs. H. E. Fisher ' 5 " Dr(!w| !r and Mr. and Mm; W. find fripnris ' ' OwCll Blun nvnr tlio u.^nlrn^ri and friends. Bill Boyd has rcluraed from St Louis and Kansas city where lie visited friends last week. Mrs. Marvin I,ane returned Fri diy afternoon from a five weeks' vicition silent in various ' Smartly new is Rosemary Lane's new fall day dress of gray wool with — ......... -..-.. *„..,,.„•„, nttcd bodice, pointed collar and notched /lap pockets, accented with iV" Mrs ' E1 " s ' slste r. Mrs. B. C. " of California. Sric was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. A. w. Mauldln and Mr. Mauldin, forrnerly of here and now of San Fernando, and also her cousin, Mvs. Johnnie ntx- cn an:l Mr. Dixou. She visited in Santa Barbara and at Catalina Island and when she attended the nnnnnl Spanish llesta which Is held the first full moon In August she was Ihe guest of her mint, Mrs Pearl Hamilton, and Mr. and Mrs Dodc King. She went lo California by way of Boulder Dam and returned by wny of the Carlsbad Caverns. She stopped In Dallas for n visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ellis, formerly of here. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray and son. Marlon, of Memphis, who' lias been spending his vacation here with Ills parents, went to Horseshoe Lake today to spend a few day,;. Miss Nell Lcc'Dorroh and Miss i Nell McCfillahan, of Canithersvlile, spent yesterday here with Dr. Curl and Dr. Edna Mies. Miss Bettye Flake left yesterday on her vacation which Is to be spent in various parts of Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Ellis anil son, J. C. Jr., left yesterday for a vacation on the Gulf coast. They will Owen Blue over the weekend. Miss Elizabeth Dlythe and Miss Eunice Bfcgdon left Saturday morning .for Longview, Tex., for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hushes, formerly of here. Mrs. Hughes Is the former Mls.s Selmn McKinnon. They plan lo be away for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence B. While returned home lust night from a week's visit In Oxford. Miss., with Mrs. Willie's parents, Mr. and Mrf. II. C. Sykes. Diirrcll McDcarmnn left yester- da i' for he days. Dawson Springs, will vacation for Ky., [en At The Hospita'u Blytheville hospital Mrs. Marshall Bank, Moneitc, admitted. 'Iliomas Swindle, Haytl, admitted. Louis Malre, Luxora, admitted. Mrs. Elmer Rny, city, admitted. Mrs, I. Rosenthal, city, dismissed. Walls hospital Miss Ruth Lindsey, city, ad- 1 milled. | Mrs. Kale Chandler, Cooler, ad- initlcil. J.'uncs Summers, Holland, clis- mlsse.1. , black velveteen. The skirt f»Hncss Is massed at the back with a looped v , r " 0™ section forming a bustle. The tall crowned gray felt hat Is -finished Taminm'i Lodge at Bllo.xiMli! ohia and Ne>v York markets. Nearly 50 barrels cf prime crabs arc being shipped 'dully. TUcj' are •io plentiful that the smaller sizes arc thrown back into the water. Onejsherman brm.glH in 12 bush- ls Bh one trip. T-:iitiste fronV many': ^ ntcs arc T • • 1 11 n i ounsts Annually Spend -- with black grossrain. They will also be" the guests air Mrs. Ellis' pnrciits Mr. and .Mrs. E. E. Hedge while hi Ihnt city. They plan to return In ten days. M'H' ' "w " i Ml '' n " d Mrs - ""K' 1 Ndson million in Minnesota Thompson and sons, Hugh Nelson and Morris King, went to Memphis Minn. (UP)-Minnc- ""' " ~"' lukes are not only of fish but nlso of cash - o many ncs arc makhig large catches , wlth^ hand ! ~™" 1 ,; 2 ' 0 ^ 0 ? , CMl1 >:car ' ' -Stat' lines and-dlp nets. Wedding Anniversary Is Made Notable By Visit There uas double tens: it for cel- ebrntirn at the home of Mr. o,nd Sirs. J. H. Humphrey Saturday vhen a nephew of Mr. Humphrey's vhom he had riot seen for 22 years gflme fcr a visit with him on the Humphreys' 51st wccldlns annlver- >ay. Nothing special had been planned or the day hcrause .:f tlie csls- bration held last year on their golden anniversary, but there were "big doings" when tlie nephew. whom Mr/ Humphrey believed dead, arrived, lie was Samuel Humphrey, cf Wardcll, and Mrs. Humphrey and ;rncss of 20,000,000 acres, Minn- euests of Miss Dcrothy Tankersley ij p | ei attracts $120,000,000 of the 55 - r - nn(i J "i' Smith, both formerly of |,, r ,,,;H 00,000. ' 1 . e . rc - JBa . U ^ la l'.. n . 1 » ht _ th ". B-W'P Sundaj Stfite'game 'officials estimate lhat the nation has some 40,000,000 outdoor enthusiasts who spend around SG,000,000,COO nnmmlly satisfying n desire to "gel nwny" from home. And because of its lake-Infested wilderness of 20,000,000 acres, Mltm- EOta nttrac 000,000,000. 'ronrism has become- one of (lie state's most profitable businesses. Jessica Dragonette Waits For Mr. Right Man PHILADELPHIA. (UP) —Jessica Dragmictte, stnge and radio slider, mid here that she would marry "when Mr. Right comes along." But- denied that she had met him yet. Ifcrc for a soloist appearance at Saturday afternoon especially for a visit with Mrs. Thompson's grandmother and-mint of O:rlnth, Miss.' Morris King remained for a lonjer •visit his grandparents, Mr. . and Mrs. J. L. Thompson. Miss Frances McHnuey, Miss Virginia Uttle, Miss Elizabeth Ann Wilson and Miss Jane McAdams spent tlie weekend in Memphis as guests nJ Miss Holly missed. Pfeffer. Lllbourn, dis- . Mrs. Thomas Beasley, Steele, admitted. Mcmiiliis St. Joseph's hospital A. L. White, Lepanto, admitted. Miss Lottie Neel, city, admitted. C. L. Marconi, Lepanto, ad- ' mUted., -. . ' ; Memphis Baptist hospital Harold Rhea- Gray, Dyess, admitted. "Repentance" will be the sermon subject of the Rev. A. D. Muse of Memphis, tonight when he sjjc'aks at his tent at Seventh and Main streets at 1:45 o'clcck. A musical program has also been arranged l:r tonight's program. i Arthur Barbour, known as "the blind artist with Hie acccrdion" »IH play after whicli Hie Trinity Male Chorus and their pastor the Rev. C. E. Myrlck, of Memphis' will pi-CEcnt a few selections. Mrs. Paul L. Tiptcn, MJ-S. Russell Parr and 1 Mrs, George M. Lee will sing a trio number. The evangelist Iras issued an invitation to the public to attend these services. Cyclists Itumieil From Riding WILMINGTON. Dei. (OP)—Irene Blake, 18, and Charles Darraii, 19, I charged with riding bicycles against ' 'laflis, were fined 55 each and prohibited from riding bicycles for a ne year period. The Diana Hopkins: At ho me in tlie While House. CMtldn't imagine a queen By NEA Service White House is almost homo already to Diana Hopkins, li-yeav-old daughter of Secretary of Commerce Harry Hopkins, who move into the Democratic presidential mcvcs out. picture if his chief Since lier molher died two years »g:-, Diana hns been a guest in the executive mansion more times than the Roosevelt-grandchildren themselves. The first lady has been a substitute mother to her. When the British royal ccuple visited President and Mrs. Roosevelt, Diann was the cnly little girl to get in on the party, to see Queen Elizabeth in her evening dress and regal jewels. In fact, the queen extended the .„„„. invitation personally. Mrs. Koesc- Biirbara Ann Bcal, Osccola, ad-: vplt - hud told her niujesly about "•- • motherless Diana, who had said she mittcd. Frank Moss Jr., Driver, nd- mltlcrl. ' . Mrs.' Ed Johnson, Osceola, atlmltlid: ' . , ,^Mj\s.-tWi L. James, city, admitted. iilcriipili.4' Methodist hospital Mrs. S. L. OK-CII, Warden, admitted. without one cf those crowns she iiad seen in the story books. So Queen Elizabeth suggested that Diana come to meet her when she was dressed f;r dinner at the British embassy, wearing u magnificent gown and a glittering, diamond tiara. Quiet Diana is smart fcr her age. She's in the second grade. While in Washington, shp attends a small, private school, located in a house on Massachusetts avenue. Here Cuzzie Dall, B;oseveit grandchild, also has been a pupil. ^ This summer Diana is rcmping in sand and salt water at a Maryland resort not far from the capital. Her father has taken a cottage there !or the season. 'Oiana's pet pet is a colcred cocker spaniel Buffer. Read Count Coolest Spot in Town Watch Society Oi Courier Newt F« Free Shaw Gouts Last Times Today sorrel- named Gosnell News Tomato News the Robin Hood Dell, she "don't get me said. visit. Little Theater Will Decide Upon Plays j jit. And r think I will know when i the Mr. Right does come along. I Until then, well, I'll just stay uii- I married." Four plays to be presented this ! Fort Worth Enthrones danced on the Hotel Peabocly reef. Mrs. Farnsworth Black, Mrs.W. J. Pollard and Miss Ruth Butt spent Friday in Memphis. Joe Dlldy, John Ben Uomar, S. IVC-'sley and sen, Norman, spent the weekend In Tuscaloqaa, Ala. Paul Hatfield of ''St. Louis, is spending the day here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Barrou of . . . . Pleasant Hill, La., Mr. and Mrs. Babe Benrotli of Vivian. La., nnd Mrs. Mable Onrlln of San Angelo, Tex., came last night to spend a few days here with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend and family. Miss Riilli Lindscy is resting well at the Walls hospital following a lonsllectoniy performed there today. Miss Ruth Blythc and Bill Malin have returned from a vaealloi season by the Liitle Theater Players "GlamburPPr Ollpen"i' llclU ln I 50 ' 1 " 5 ° r California. They will be decided upon Wetlncsilnv 5 " V"^«-" , were accompanied there, bv Miss Daughter Born A daughter, who has been named ,.* ,,. t „„., Toby Ann, was bom yesterday at- 1:30 o'clock, teinoon to Mr. and Mrs. T:by'Loiig at the Blytheville hospital, she weighed seven pounds and 12 ounces. The Longs have another I daughter, Sandra Lee, age f-ur be decided upon Wednesday night when all members and nny- "ne interested in the movement are urged to attend n meeting nt the municipal court room of the city hall. Plans drawn uji by Ihe executive WORTH, Tex. (UP>— One day Miss Altn Mac Shipman, 19, was just another attractive drugstore "car-hep." The next day, she hud been board last week will br- discussed crow>lc<! "Glambnrgcr Queen" and meeting which begins at lml bccn a\varrtc;l a slrrt term contract to appear in Casa Mtmana, A,),,,V^ Advice On Employe Relations ^ Outdoor stimmcr show here. iM ' S5 Shipman wen her "crown" hc r K ,, mMu>m ., volcrt ,,„ !>op "' nr " car - 110 P" Informal Party Saturday Honors Out of Town Guests i , .- - .............. •Mrs. Berrj- B. Brooks Jr of ! >rcll ? nslvc sllld v ever made to rte- rn .V." c x >! lal lllc t: '™«» t CLEVELAND. O. (UP)-A survey on fmployc relations—nrst coin- accompanied there by Miss Elythc's molher, Mrs. John w. Blylhe. who remained in San Diego to spend several weeks with her son. Carl Blylhe, The three not only vlsiled in San Diego but. were guesls of another son of Mrs. Blj-lhc, John, at Rosamond, Calif. They returned by way of the Carls- cad Cnvcms, Tijuana and San Francisco where they stopped at Die Fair. They went out by l.lic southern route and returned by the northern route. Mrs. Thomas Beasley, of Stccle. on the ubject— has been coiuiucle'd ">' the National A&sbclntlon of Foremen. „ Memphis, htusejuest cf her mother. Mrs Allan Walton, and Miss M.iry , Harlmuth Alexander of Jackson, Tenn., housegucst of Mrs W B ' -n YViluams, were complimented iifh !„,?'" 5 T'? y ' '", whicl1 *-™ f°«- an Informal party given b • Mrs i Participated, showed that U-.e ^mssaturday aftern.cn at the ^ ha ^ ( <«^ |he A refreshment table «« arranged ^worker"h",' f ' Cl:r ta in the center of the dining room \s^°i( } »i, 0 ^i\ . • i ulilch was decorated with colorful' reco^nnim 3l) ' as di(! ^flowers fr.:m the lirstess' g.ucic'i °° n " lnl Awhile vase of these nosers was used In the center of the table. Miss Olga Harttnaiin of New Orleans, housegisest of Miss Theltm W;rthtagb:n was an out a', town guest. •,: vp .' '-°j >cr;lU «"- hiccn- — } ' ml lnt " Csl - Delaware Bay Yields Bumper Crab Catches WOODLAND BEACH, Del. (UP) —Hard-shell crab • fishermen at this resort on the Delaware Bay headwaters are having fhetr best seto:n< In 10 years and daily are shipping huge catches -to Philadel- EXPERT ELECTRIC WIRING BEAUTIFUL Ll.VE OF ELECTRIC FIXTURES Elrclrlc Ranges and IValcr Heatrrs WALPOLE'S ELECTMC SHOP 110 So. 2nd Phone 318 THE GREATEST NIGHT •AT THE A. D. MUSE TENT 7th & Main 7:.15 Tonight Sermon Subject: "REPENTANCE 1 ', most universally, misunderstood, miiiinterprofcd, misused and abused doctrine in God's Word. Wo arn pvond of Ihe musical ofTerings for tonight. You will be when you hear them. An ai-fist with the accordion—the Blind Arthur Barbour. The Trinity Male Chorus, and their, pastor, C E. My rick. Ladies Trio, Mrs, P. L. Tinton, Mrs.'Russell Fan- and Mrs. George Lee. No more popular singers in bean- liful Blytheville. EVERYBODY INVITED . . . COME Helen aad James Dotson red to their home at Luxorn ly after having spent the past week with their aunt, Mrs. M. E. Buchanan. The condition of Miss Fnye Mltchusson, who underwent an ippcnrtectomy last week at the \Valls Hospital, is.very good. Njr. and Bro.okland, , Mrs. Ethel Eastep, of are visiting Colton Mrs. Ollic Hasting and children, Floyd nnl Geneva, arc spending the week with Mrs. Ernest Hast-' hip ou Cntl Island. Tlieortorc Hopper Is seriously ill at, his home. tilenn Marbles and family of Marlon. Ky.. are' visiting Mr. and Mvs. Cecil Mann Uiis week. Mrcls Mrs.' L. T. Karnes was leader of tlio prcgram presented at the meeting of the Gostieil Woman's Missionary society nhieh met at tiic church Wednesday afternoon. Thirteen members attended. The devoticnal was given by Mrs. C. E. Cook, who read the 2Gth chapter cf Matthew. The discussions, "Jesus Meeting Human Needs" by Mrs. Gladys Jones and "The Nfaster Callcth Thee" by Mrs. Karnes, were folliwcd by a chain of prayers for the evangelistic meeting now being conducted by the Rev. F. H. Jcrnigan, paster of tlie Manila Baptist church. Prayers were offered by Mrs. J. M. Frank- hum ami Mrs. Frank C:ok of Tor- rancc, Calif. During tlie brief business session, Mrs, c. E. Cook rcprrtcd t.vo visits to the sick. In 1855, Congress appropriated $30,000 for importing cnmels into the United Slates, lo bo used in I '.*>» desert area's of the southwest.) Others were brought in from timei to time, but the enterprise finally flopped, nml tlie animals were PASADENA, Cat. (UP) — Dr. Michnel A. logolevitch, former noted Russian surgeon, called 1/3 testify in a civil suit., refused to sil dona when, after being swcru in, • Dr. M. L. Skaller ANNOUNCPS5 THE OPENING OP HIS NEW CLINIC ON THE 2iul Floor of The Isl. Nail. Bank BlcJg. his attorney told him to "be seated." "In a hall cf justice," Dr. JOjjo- levitcli told the c;urt, "one'fievcr sits down until ordered by his honor." "His Honor" issued the necessary order. GIVE YOUR FEET THIS COOLING LIFT And You'll Step with New Pep As You Really Go Places This Summer SUMMER or winter, you rail put comfort in your shoes-, by rubbing feet with Mexican llcat IVimlcr. You'll find it a Ijig help toward a younger oiitl(K>t and springier step— for there's nothing like burniiu; feet lo m.ifcc you feel miserable aiullook like the years have done you \vrong. . A tncrctlash of talcum won't give yon thesair.cresults. Mexirun Heal 1'mnlcr i.-ont;iius highly effect ire nioliniliuiu in a b:i.sc \vhich ise.vlraliglit and snotlring * '-ill i ngrcdients. known for actual jjluirnmfolo^ira ° value. Mexican I [cat I'owiler fornisa'smoolli. clinging, ;\lrnoit unseen coaf ing bitwccn tortured or tired (eel and surfaces likely l'i chafe. A ^rcat iwnvitcr for Ordinary chafed skin irriliitions anywhere, and a real boon for babies. So cJIei live il quickly comforts ami relieves Hie lor- hirc of |>ricl;ly lic.lt r;tsltcs. Von en" l>»>' ( ,1 iri.ilsi.'.cof Alcxk-.-in llc.it Poivderfur I a fen- cents at any drug or lOc store. Also Paramount News .* Comedy TUESDAY PAL MATINEE ,& iNIGHT. Two Admitted for the Pricf,,i>r" r l'' BabY SANDY, ':• StirUy .OtMrois Hisdio ROSS'0'KEEFE-AUER Also selected shorts i\diniss?on MatJnce lOc & ZSe Night I6c & 3«c EOXY Admission olways IDc i We Mitlneea Fil.-Sat.-Sun. Last Times Today Soapsuds Fashions Dip Into Fall PAL NIGHTS Tue. - Wed. - Thur. MISS WrilTSJTTVS SHOP 5 S $ $ S 5 S S FRIDAY, AUG. 25 200 GOOD REASONS Why You Should A i I e n () Mnfincc or Night

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