The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 3, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 3, 1936
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MGE TWO BLVTIffiVlLLE, '(ARK.) 1 COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1936 crcLetu Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS W. M. S. having business meeting at First Methodist church. 3 p. M. \Yoinnn's • Auxiliary meeting nt First Presbyterian church. 4 P. M. W. M. U. .having business ami 'social meeting at First Baptist church, 2:30 P. M. Junior a. A.'s meeting First Baptist church,' 4 P. M. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. M. Taylor, Mrs. W. IJ. Mlnyitrd and Mrs. Harmon Taylor having morning bridge party and , luncheon for Miss Sue null. Junior R. A.'s meeting nt First Baptist church, 4 I'. M. Intcrmediato G. A.'s meeting First Buplist church, 4 P. M. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. J. Pollunl ami Mrs. •Farnsworth Black having morning bridge party and lunclicou lor Miss Sue Unit nt country club. Sunbeams mcctlnj First Baptist church, 4 P. M. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Rupert Crafton entertaining with night bridge imity lor Miss Sue Butt. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. A. AfTlick liavins dinner paity for Miss Sue Butt, guests last night with a parly in honor or her 13tli birthday. Games and contests were played before refreshments of k'inuimde and birthday cake were served. Mrs. Frank Glis.son, sl.stcr of tlie hostess, assisted Miss Collier In seri'lng. , An out of town finest was Miss Virginia Cox, of Memphis. 1 • i C'cmpllmcnfs: Guest Miss Maty Josephine Gnifton of Comvay, who has been vlstlluy relatives here, was guest of honor at a supper parly Riven Wednesday night by Mr, and Mrs. Rup- crt Craffon. After supper, served In buffet style, the eight couples went liut for dancing. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. India Sanders and son. Ben, are in Memphis as guests of Mrs Handcrs' brother, Uuscoin Green, and [aittlly. Mrs. T. 'J. Crowtlcr lias gaiie to Kirle, Ark,, for a visit with her daughter. Webb, of Wright tlie guest of rc Osceola Society — Personal Second Baplisl Chureb Women Have Meeting. - . The Hoyal 'Sirvlse program was " - studied by members of (he Woman's Missionary union of the Second Baptist' church" in a meeting \ Monday ailternooti, Mrs. L. A. Henry \is«l the Mill '. chapter of Luke for the devotional. In giving tlie program Mrs. Thomas Bogaii was assisted by Mrs. Henry, Mrs. Dwlght Bjntley, Mrs. Bill , Wheat, Mrs. Virgil Hill, Mrs, Co' cil Graves, Mrs. Ed Cowsorl and ; Mrs. P. W. Heath. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Bogun, Mrs. Earl ", Walker, Mrs. Ben Harrison am) ; Mrs. C. M. Lewis. « * * '-- Lone Oak Missionary Society Has Meeting. The Lone Oak Missionary so(. city met at trie home of Mrs. Lizzie WakcfWld "Monday afternoon. In the business session plans were made for making a quilt, the regular meeting day was change;! from Monday To Wednesday of each , week with these lo be held in homes o! members and Mrs. Annie Gamble \vas appointed chairman for the next meeting, which wil at the liome of Mrs. Maud Brit- Mrs. Gain'fjlc 'diEi'nissetl liie 31 present before (he social honr in which refreshments of banana anti cream, cake and iced tea' were served by Mrs. J.' w. Fields and Mrs. Wakcfield. Bride Elect, Ciimulimcntrd Miss; Margaret- Keck cntertadi- "cd 1C guests at the home of Mrs. Henry Humphrey Wednesday alt- crncoii in compliment to Miss Sue; Butt, fiancee of William M. Robinson, of Cape Girardeau. Mo. Rosos, daisies and swcctpeas decorated the living and dining rooms where bridge was played Mrs. Meyer Graber won batli powder for high score award and Mrs. Rupert, Crafton received the cut pruc, handkerchiefs. Tlie guests showered Miss \\ith an assortment of gifts she found by Ann Ella Humphrey! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey, showing her the way to Uie bedroom, where they were on display. A salad plnte was served. * * • * Mrr.. Crow Guest of Hcncr at Luncheon Members of the Ways and. Means committee of the Maple Grove Cemetery Association hail a luncheon Thursday at tile home of Mrs. Frank Webb in honor of the president, Mrs, W. M. Crow. «ho is moving lo Huffman Monday. Mr. Crow is to teach in tlie school there. Among the many iirc-iiuptlal affairs being jjlvcn in honor of Miss Sue Butt of lilytlieville. \\hcfie wedding to William M. Hcblnson of Cane Glr.irdcati, Mo., will take place on July nth., was NIC bridge- breakfast and kitchen shower given by Mrs. Edwnvd Sc- Biaves and her mother, Mrs. llcr- Cj'oss, of; RIythcvlllc, at Mre. Segravcs' home yesterday morning. £liasla daisies and xlnnlas were used ,in the decorations. The bridal motif was tiscil on the (allies and a color scheme of while wus carried out in the breakfast, courses. A miniature bride and groom adorned .the brido-elccl's table and an Immense white bow intirk- cd her chair. In the bridge games, highest award, a luncheon set, wiis won by Mrs. Meyer Graber, second high, n cream unil sugar set wus awarded Mrs. E. S. Crlli- (teld. Eight crystal (joblclG and a corsage were presented to Miss Bull Mrs. C. E. Cruutrcc of Avor Park, Pin., who is the guest oi Mis. Segraves was given n pull ot iiictures. These present were: Misses Sue and Rutli Butt, Martha Chambers Helen Alice Stcrnbcrg and Margaret Keck, Mines, C. E. Crab tree, E. S. CdhfleHl, Meyer Grab er, FiirnsworUi Black, W. J. Pol lard, Ann ^Stevens Potter, llarmol Taylor* J. W. Adonis iinil Ruper Crafton, Miss Clara Dnvis Miss Mary. Catharine Martin, t * + John Kciser, superintendent o schools at Keiscr, and Dr. W. N Jones, who conducted a prival ichcol at Osccola several year ago, will start Monday lor Mcxici They will plan lo go by anlomo Mrs. Alien City, Mo., is lives here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Umsford have gone lo California, where (hey plan to make thulr home. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray motored to Memphis for their son Marion, who will spend (lie weekend holiday here. Miss Thclma Crafton, of Mom- phis, will spend the week-end witii her inolher, Mrs, F. P. Ciaflon and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Oration and r o sons, of Comvay, will conic cr tomorrow to spend tlie holl- iy with relatives. They will bi. compiinled home by Miss Mar> isephlnc Crafton, their daugh- r. who has been visiting Mrs P. Craflon, and other rela ves. The flev. anil Mrs. Carroll H loy<t and family will leave Mon ay for a two weeks vacation ii exlngton, Ky. Miss Mary Clandenin, of Port gcvillc, Mo,, has been admitted the Memphis Methodist lios- ital. Charley Parker, slate auditor for ic past two years, wus In 131y- icvlllc today In the interest of Is campaign for renoinination. J. L. Thompson, of Memphis, ho has been working here for| cveral weeks, returned home csterday. • I Mr. and Mrs. Oliver W. Cop- cdjjc hiiva as their guest, Mrs. •eorge I'hclffer, of Memphis. She •as accompanied by Mrs. Thud irewer ami Miss Alice Allnu Brewer who spent the day. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gescll ind son, Ncnl, of Ltlllc Rock, vill arrive tonight to spend the vcckeiid holiday with Mi. Gescll'-'i nothcr, Mrs. J. S. Gescll. Miss Margaret Keck will go bile from Dr. Jones' home at Ho Springs lo Mexico City, visitti points of interest along tile wa and to spend several weeks lra\ cling about Mexico. Most Irksome Phrase Called 'What I Mean I ora Nelle Wade Is Bride of Tom Simpson HAYTI, Mo.—Announcement of lie marriage of Miss Cora Ncllc Wade of Bakcrsville to Mr. Tom; Simpson of llils city has been nude. Tlie wedding took place it the Methodist church at Car- itlicrsvllle Satrrday evening. Miss Betty Lou Simpson, of Slkeslon, stcr of the groom, and W. C. ,Vadc. of Maldon, brother of the >rlrtc, were the attendants. The bride was attired in a tailored white crepe .suit and wore a corsage of talisman roses and lilies of the valley. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. n. L. Wade, of Bnkersvllle. She is n Lonelier the Kcnnclt schools. Mr. Simpson is the son of Mr. and Mrs W. R. Simpson, of Sikeston. He is manager of the Potnshnlck terminal here. Among those attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Wade, Miss Nelle Carter of Cape Girnrdeau, .Mis* and Alice Kcnnett, Dale Dyo of Blytheville Arkl, an'fl Walter Anflrewa p Keimctt. Wilson-Moor. AH announcement has been received by Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gllcert ot the marriage of the latter's sister, Miss Prudence Wll son, ot St. Louis, to Mr. Michac M. Moor, .of that city. Tlie wed 20 at St ding took place Juno Bernard's church. Mrs. Moor Is the daughter o Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson. Sh attended Hayti high school .but for several years has been nmk- iug her home in St. Louis. FIRST MKTIIOUIST CiiUKCH Kevrnlli "lid Main W. V. Womaok, ?us(or Church school, 9:45 A. M. Morning worship, 10:55 A. M 'lie Kev. J. H. Glass of Little iock will be (he speaker. Leagues, 7:15 l>. M. (Please ,r,te change in hour.) Evening worship, 8 P. M. Pas- cr's si-bjcct: "Choosing Our Al- crnatlvos". Business meeting: of tlie W. M i. at church, Monday afternooi t 3 o'clock. Monthly mcctiiiK of tlie Boarc ,f Stewarts, -Monday night a :30 o'clock. Hie Sacriilre of Praise and 'Imnksgiviiig." YOHIIB peoples' l/eagfs, 7 P. M. Church sen ice, 8 P. M. County Younj Peoples' Union I this church Tuesday. 8 I'. M, Pru'yer fellowship, Wednesday, ':45 P. M. I-'IRST BAPTIST CIIUKCH Walnut and liiglith Alfred (.'arponter, l F ;«loi- 9::!0 ». m., Bible-School.- 10.35 'a. in., worship service 'aslor's .sermon subject: "ni Judas Partake of tlie Lord's Sup 'i" Special music by Alvln an Frank Huffman. . Lord's Siippt service. (i:30 p. in., Baptist Training Un .ons. 1:30 p. in., preaching service Sermon topic: "Facls.We Should Snow Abuul the Judgment." Mrs. Harry Frllalus will bring a message lu song. Baptismal service. Wednesday: 1:00 p. in. teachers' and officers' meeting. 7:30 1). in. service conducted by collnye ^Indents. to Jonesboro Monday where lie is to atcnd summer school at Arkansas Stale college. Her parents, Judge and Mrs. G. E.. Keck, will iccompany her. Mrs, T, G. Seal, Mrs. E. -U. Mason and Mrs. Cbarlcs L. Wj'lle ire In Memphis today. Mr, and Mrs. Joe P. Pride Jr.. of Memphis, arc here for a visil with Mr. Pride's parents. Lnxora Society -—.Personal'"'' KtltS'f CIIH1STIAN CHURCH Carroll It. Cloyd, I'astor Ulbb .school, 9:45 A. M., I. O, Westbixfok, superlnlendent. Does hot weather mean thai we have no need for the churcli ami its services? Mc-nimg worship. 10:50 A. M Sermcn: "Lessons In Failure." EvenlnB worship, 8 P. M. Sercn: "Why The Church?" Younu people meet at 'I P. M OIT Inlcrest ciepemls upon youi yally. Nlceting of the Deacons ant! Iders Monday night at 7:30 P. M 11 members of tlie boaril arc rued to attend. •IKST PltKSIlVI'KitlAN CIIUKCH S. H. Salmon, 1'aslor Worsliippers In our morning worship service Sunday at 11 a. will partake of The Lord's' Supper at the close of the service, to which all are invilcd. Tlie :crinon preceding tlie sacrament will lie on Hie subject, ; "The Meaning of Communion." Ross Stevens will sing a baritone solo, accompanied by Reward Gooch. In ttic evening worship service, tlie pastor will close the scries of Hiblical doctrine sermons with a message on "God's Next Ktcp," or "When Will Christ Come Again and How?" I,U.\O!!A UAI'TIST C1HJKCI1 U P. Fleming, 1'astor . • Si'ndiiy lichcol, t:60 A. M., J. M. Majors, siiperintendenl. Morning worslilp, 11 A. M, Inlci'incdiate and junior B, T. U., 7 ['. M. Leaders, Mrs. W. L. Clark and Mrs. Louise McHenry. Evening worship, 8 P. M. LUXOKA METHODIST CHUHCH James T. Kamlcll, I'astor i> A. M.—Opening service of •cvival mceliny. Sermon Ijy tiie >astor. Subject: "Do We Need A Revival?" 15 A. M.—Sunday school. 7 P. M.—Young peoples' mcclin 7:45 P. M.—Good citizenship service. Sermon by the Uev. John H. Glass of Little Rock. Subject: 'The .People, What Will Theii Verdict lie?" Will Open Revival at j Luxora Methodist Church LUXORA, Ark.-Thc Rev. Garland C. Taylor, pator of the Ty- lom.a Methodist church, will open j :\ revival mcetim; Monday nigliii at Ilie Luxora Methodist church.! He will preach at 7:-l5 each night, j Royal Arch Masons The Royal Arch Masons, chapter 117, will have u regular meeting tonight at tlie hall, John Hancock's signature on the Declaration O r Indeirendcncc was so large that his naillc . , h j, s been synonymous with slBiialures ever since. rUI.I, l)KMCATKSSEX~7!Nlr~ Cheeses for all tastes Cold Moats of any kind Fruit Juice & Ginycr Ale FRESH YARD EGGS DAILY 1'ICKAHD'S (Jilt). & MEAT MAHKKT Phone C13 — We Deliver 1014 Chickasavvba m According lo connoisseurs, the rile for serving red and white wines at baiuiuets is that red incs should alsvays bi' served t room temperature while white BERKELEY, Cal. (UP) — Tl Bult lllos t objectionable phrase in tl •liich English language according to Mrs. Ruth Norton Donnelly, English instructor of the University ol California, Is "What I mean is—" Elang, Mrs. Donnelly thinks, is preferable to ttie necessity of having U> explain what n person means if they cannot do it tile first time in correct F.nglish. Most of the trouble, however, she slates, lies In the fact that Uic person talking does not know himself what he wants to say. Kriilc CcmjiHmcntcd ;:. Mrs. Charlie Thomas was guest of honor at a shower given , by Mrs. E. R. Bogan Thursday morning. A "wedding journey" was taken by the guests. Mrs. R. C Laneston and Miss Florence Rusli won the prizes, which were guest towels. The bride was presented with three wedding gifts, besides,- hei shower gifts. Tlie Ladies' ' Missionary society gave her a • kowl. her Sunday school' Clase silver salt and pepper -shakes and Mrs. Bogan, silver candl holders. Mrs. Bogan's houseg'iiest Mrs. Nannie Self, was presentee batli powder. * • * Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ellas en tcrlaincd with a seven-table brldgi parly Tuesday night. The living land and Zolla Copuland, one and rcom and Hie dining room wher 1-12 acres in northeast quarter of Ihc tables were urmujcil, wen southwest nuartcr of section 10, decorated In llownrs. lownshtp 16 north, range 11 oast, I Mrs. Thomas 13. Wilklns woi about 384 feet norlh of Missouri I high for ladies, a hand pnintei and Franklin street intersection,: bowl, and Bob Glllespie. high fb Ulytbeville. [men, a. clothes brush. Miss Char George M. Lcc to Harvey Bell lie Thomas was presented a bow and W. F. Bell, lot 8, Lee nddi-! Low score went to W. NIclio! tlon to Blytheville. | A. salad course was served th W. U. Harrard to Elves A. Hill 28 present, nd Ollie M. Hill, lols 23 and 30, lock C, Smith addition to Leadl- ine. Property Transfers Warranty Uccils E. M. Terry to Robert A. Cope- Has Tarty. Ruby Collier entertained Named from the cranes found in (he same swamps, cranberries arc really crancbcrries. TOO LATK TO CLASSIFY 3 rooili furnished apartment. COd N. 5th. Mrs. W. S. Crowder. 3-ck- 1 FOR A GAY 4 ..Low Rates Frpm S3 per day (single) Irqm $2 fir day (double) th WEEK END IT'S HOTEL PEABODY Dine on the gorgeous starlit MARINE ROOF; dance to the world-famous music of JOHNNY HAMI' and his celebrated orchestra; thrill lo the songs o f KA.YK KKKNAN, the Philadelphia debutante; enjoy Memphis and 'its many pleasures. Frank R. Scluill, Vice President and General Manager HOTEL PEABODY MDjave Vleltts (Jlcauer ; BAKERSPIBLD, Cnl. (UP) — The \lojavc De&crL is becoming more iroduclive of wenltli producers •linn ordinary agricultural lands. Tlic la(cst find to bo marketed Is n cleaner dug from the ledges In-1 stead of being infttiiifncUired. Olh-1 er desert products arc borax, talc,' baking soda and table salt. . Tlic poisonous clement in po son ivy is a heavy, non-volatil oily substance, chemically relate to phenol, or curbollc acirt. Drs. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Storo "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone 5W Bakery Specials Al.I, PAY - - FK1DAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY Baltimore Dip Layer, each 19c Nut Bread, pecan 10c (Makes Delicious Snndwichcs) Fudge Nut Brownies, doz. 19c LAKE STREE'l 1 itlliTIIOUIS'l' CllUllCIi Ver»oiV ! Chatfitnl, Piistor A uniiicd program for the morn ig services is being started Oil unday, with the church schoo cginniiig at 0:45 A. M. proinpll> ,'lth the cliuroh • service follow ng at 10:30 A. M. and closin t 11:30 A. M. This will b i Communion service. Theme ORDERS TAKEN FOR "BERNAT" YARN INSTUUCTIONS FREE Mrs. Leslie Hooper MI-S. A. C. Haley 1109 Chicfcasawba Phone 792 I n es, especially liould be chlllctl. cliampignes, COOLEST SI>OT IN TOWN'! MANI/KY TOUKS To Dallas and OtluT Points Very Attractive Prices Mrs. Li. A. Teaford Osccola, Ark. Phone 101 WK IIANDU-; Til 1C BEST M10ATS OBTAINAHLK \Ve Guarantee .Sali-sfaction. One Trial Will Convince You. FRKI5 DKLIVKHY CALL Ii73 PICKARD'S GROCERY 10-M Chickiisitwlia The New Drink Sensation! An Excel Scut Straight Dduk iind A '.Kit/,y'Mixer I.ccnl Distriliulors 111?. I'KITKU HO'I'TLINO CO. TODAY ONLY PAL NIGHT Adlllls Admitted for Price All Cbildrcn—lOe uf 1 Novelly and Musical Comedy —Admission— MalilllT—10 & !!5c—Willl Ic 'L':IS iflll—10 & 35c— With Ic T;ix aturday, July 4 BEAUTIFU Ciirfcon ;u ul Scrlnl — "l-'lash Gordon 11 uilli Buster Civ.Utc Aclm.—MttUncc & Ni^Jil— 10 & 2uc With U- Tax , — Continuous SHowing — , All'Enamel Cooking will be qiven awaij FREE" 'Hi Hie purchase SATUHJJAV. iM I DN fCflT , Coconut Wafers, doz. 5c Special for Butcrcy Hour, 5 to 6 p. m. only, Friday, Saturday and Sunday Individual Iced Cake Squares, doz. 8c Hot Cinnamon Rolls, doz. He Walnut Wafers, doz 3c Large Jelly Rolls, each 6c P«rkerhouse Rolls, doz 8c Plain Rolls, doz. 5c. 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Also why the Majcstichas been ihcy/n/ choice of skuisJ cooks lor three generations. - _!._ - I.e(^ ns deliver one of the world-famous Majcsiits to your home next week and we'll present you with ihc beautiful Vapor Seal Dutch Oven, cooking pot nntl two sauce pans pictured above. All have quick, beat- conduciing black bottoms, chromium covers, cool Iwkclitc knobs anil large bandies. A kiiciicnware set you'll be proud to own; Slat! making plans uw to attend ibis exhibition and demonstration of Majestic Ranges. Remember—it's wf-v/ week onl)! ._ el Adi: .—Mnlinrc i- Niulit—10 .'v Will Ic '!'a\ —Coiiltmiou.s Slioivinj— Coming July 8-9—"SAN VUAX- ..CISCO'' ullli ClarU Crtlc ami 3i i ai\ctlc McDonald. TUESDAY, JULY 7— $100.00 BANK NIGHT!

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