The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 10, 1936 · Page 2
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t AGE' TWO BU'THEVIUE, (ARK.V COURlEH Social Calendar SUNDAY'S EVENTS B'nal Biith picnic at Walker park. Cpmplimciils Visitor's Mrs. Jesse M. While had a' bildgc parly last iiighl in special compliment to several visitors, Mis. J. B. Whitwoith of lialon Rouge. La., housegucst of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Whitworth, Mrs. .Clifford Joyner of Union City, Tenu, who Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Wlittworfh, Mis. Jce Watson ' .of' Niu-parl. Biie.sl of Mr. :uid Mrs. George Matthews .and Mrs. Thomas W. Miller of Brunswick, Ga., who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Nel- .son Thompson and other relatives. Mrs Miller won the prize, hosiery,.-which preceded the. serving of ice cream and cake. Gladioli, daisies and roses, from the hostess' 'garden', decorated her living room. * • • Sunday School Classes Have i':irly Thursday ' Members of the Sunday School classes of. Ihc First . Baptist church, (aught by Mrs. !f. U- Chambers and Mrs. C. ! S. •Bnggctt, liad a party Insl nl(:ht ' at the liome ol Billy Jcan.^mHh, daughter of Mr. and Sirs.- Raymond Smith. There were 17 Birls present. After games, ice creimi and _ cake were served. » - * Cope-Campbell Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Campbell have announced the luarrlnge of their daughter. Inez, to Bui lor Cope, also ol here. The wedding was solemnized Saturday. July Fourth, at Carullicrsville, Mo Mrs, : Howard Dozlcr. Miss Mary Locke. Miss Lnvcrne Drain arWl Mai-shall Harper , accompanied them. - j.:.'. : "..';•' " The;bride. _\vho : has lived here a number of" years; attended the local high school) Mr. Cope .is ir graduate of -*--.."• '• bmuu.in.- ui ([1C Wolverine 1 School of Trade Detroit, .Mich., and Is now connected with the W. T. Bainett Auto ; Sales Company. He came to Bly- lhevll]cythree : months ago. :•' ••'.* '. •'"•-* •' ' ', Family Guests Complimented ' Members of; the' (fniili^b'flMH* W. P; Craftcn. who'-'iwve been vls- . iting here ; , have been 'guests of ° nl '' '** they rcturu^ro--their homes in Little nock-^aiid, Conwiiy.. Euroute home they will attend ,a,,luncli- eon at the jfotcl P'eabody Mem-' toii Sr -of iVC "" l?y ' ^'' ycil " !> ••Cfn'f- lurneti;' ;thcre; after partidpaiing inT ^me.Df.the affairs .here! • W. Jeffr'ies and/ Mrs"'^. O^Ecf- ^1'^T^^ ...... . '. p • • . ^' ^^U~ ^',-^1 Littio Rock, Josephine ,Cn>!(on of and fio'scoe Crafton murned. T ' W ' >0 lllls alre;ul - v Miss Zola CrafloiHhnd a bridge unchcon at, (he Rustic I,m In lionor of Mhs-Mnft, Jaip ilin " Crafton when there were eisht -«u«te. Miss Miidred Lou Hubba _. 0n ! L_ CO '»PWL for high score • lee lit family eon any., Miss Warrenc Brown« a luncheon for all the "t her home at Dell Mr "Pert Craflon had a '3r all the. fain- ^teffi^S for Leap Year Riddle ' Helen Yi'elsliiincr I IJAVK a Leap Year riddle 1 That 1 don't know how lo settle; I want lo have a little limise, A fireplace, am] a kettle; r pAl,L hollyhocks along a fence, *• Some yellow cups for lea; Hut none 1 of |liesc, I've come lo lean:, Can matter limcli to ma too. IF you aren't llioro to share them, *• And so, do you suppose I mij;ht KOI you and all of them, My dear, if I'd propose? . Horiiersville Sociely-—Per'sohal Mrs.'-&" K. : . ijnfflh, M'rs."corii Smith, Mrs. .Roland Jackson.' aiit'l son Phillip Parker.- and Miss Wil- mn Smith, were visiting-'.in •'.illy-' thcvlHc Sunday. . ; ... ; , ; Mr. and. Mrs. Merman McCateb. Mrs. Enrl , niiffln. Miss •Wllii'iii Suiilh, and : ; Chns.. F. . Khkinaiil were tn Memphis';Tuesday.; Mrs. McCatcb to: have anlexnmlnat-itm from Dr.^ Moore, Miss Smith' to visit h>i; 'Klstcr, Mrs. s.Mt. Williams, ;plias. 'p., to visit hf.s'aged brollier, who is n patient In Hun- list hospital. Mrs. Uuffin to sec Mrs. Tom Ray. who is Vvlth her husband In Methodist 'hospital Mrs. 'D. A.. liuHIn aiid- daughters, .Bet tic Sue and • Florence Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Vcrnlc Hatcher, and children, were In Eenath Saturday, where; the live children cnicrccl the 'amateur conical and won first' am! ECC-' oml 'placfs. ''•'.'[. Mr. and Mrs," Jollii Dean were at lilytheville Saturday intending the Rodeo. Hev. D. M. Hargrove and son Doyle were here Monday visiting their [laughter and sister, Mis. B. I-'. Seabntigh. Doyle will teach at Rives this school term. Mr. and Mrs. elms. Howard ana daughters spent the weekend visiting relatives at Little Rock Avk. •Dorsie Poolc, a merchant or Kcnnelt, was here on business Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Lambert oml Miss Maurino Washington, ol Paragoiild, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Miiiell. Mr. and Mrs. L. o. Pagan returned Thursday from Flint, Mich,, accompanied by their i vlits Joyce Pagan, 1 who will he their guest .seveia weeks. Mr. anil Mis. J. o. Mmihcw.'i and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Matthews and children ol Greenville. Mo., spent Wednesday • In Memphis. -..Air, mid Mrs. f.cmmir: Kdmonds- ton • and sister, Mrs. Tom Pope, left Wednesday, for Reelfoot Lake lo enjoy (tailing and oiillng tor a few diiys. : Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. w. I. Osborne and son will go to Hot Springs Sunday to spend the rest of July Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis Wilson ami daughter, O f Memphis, will return home today after spending a week with relatives. Mrs. I.endennlc Fowler, who was recently Injured In » n nu to- molJllo accident, was dismissed from the Blytheville hospital yesterday. Mrs. C. O. Smith, Mrs. W Lcoil Smllh and daughter, Miss Miriam nrc In Memphis today Mrs. Hill Crlhflcld and daueh n; and Mrs. E. M. Ciihfleld have noved lo Osceola where Bill Crlli- lleld is employed at the Davis Drug store. Mrs. Kddlc B. David returned last night from Memphis where f he spent two days, laklne Her mother. Mrs. u. p. roller, down for a visit with her brother Max Woolen attended to misl ne.«s In Memphis Hits week J. L. Thompson, of Memphis has arrived to be with his son' sh Nelson Thompson, aml.rnm- Mlss Margarel Moffltt, of Lux- ma accompanied-sv Miss Hirlccn lliiiKlou of Memphis, have gone lo Los Angeles, Calif., to spend u noiilh. They «'lll attend the aii- lual California rodeo at Siillnas on July 18-19. and will stop en- oiile home ni vclloH'stotic Park ami at Denver. Knox Lynton Webb jr., \M\\\ gone to Forrest City to visit relatives until after the peach festival. Mrs. Rogers Chandler, of Hugo, Colo., was the guest.-of her sister! Mrs. Noah Spradley, and her aunt, Mrs. Zcph O'Biicn, yesterday. Mrs. C. F. 'fucker and rlaiigh- Icis. Mrs. W. A. Alfllck, and Misses Frances and Lynetto, arc In Memphis for a few days. They plan to return home tonight. Mrs. J. It. Van Ausdate of car- iithersvllle. Is a palienl at lliii Memphis napllst hospital. Mrs. L. A. Tohlll, of Haytl, has been admitted to -the Memphis Methodist hospital. Mrs. Graham Sudbury and son. Ciraham. Jr., returned yesterday from Woodrivcr, in., and Bcrnlc, Mo., where they visited relatives. Mrs. W. O. Baker has returned from St. I.onls where she hail a treatment. She will return again hi four weeks. Mr. ami Mrs, J. B, Whitworth. of D.ilon Rouge, La,, are guests FRIDAY, "JULY'.'.10," 193G of Mr. Whilworth's parenls, Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Whilwortli. Tietore her recent marriage Mrs. Wliit- worlli w»i MISS vireinla Calvert. ' Mr. mid Mrs. E. A. Clayton Jr., and children ,of Albuquerque, N. M., arc visiting In the city. C001.EST SPOT IN TOWN! 666 Uqiiltl, 'l^blets Salve, Nose Drops Try "Klllp-Mj'-Tism"— World's Best Unimcnt. checks 'MALARIA In 3 days COLDS 'ifsi day Headache, 30 minutes FULL DHMOATESSKIM I,INK Cheeses for all tastes Cold Meals of any kind Fruit Juice & Ginger Ale FItUSII YAltD EGGS DAILY riCKAKD'S GRO. & MEAT MARKET Phone 673 —We Deliver 35 Enter(•liners! What a Show! DON'T MISS .The One and Onlv RUDY VALLEE And His Connecticut Yankees ONK NIGHT ONLY MONDAY JULY 13 ?2 per person, plus bix Tickets now available HOTEL PEABODY FUANK U. SC1H1TT, Vice President nnd General Manager MEMPHIS TODAY ONLY PAL NIGHT 2 Ailulls Admitted for Trice of 1 All Children—lOc Snlcclcd Shorts —Admission— Alalincc—10 & 25c—With Ic. Tax iflil—10 & 35c—U'illi Ic Tn.v Saturday Only 'And Sudden ™ S^ir-ss-c; sa.X'S-.SrS: MANLEY TOURS Tn na WE HANDLE THE JjEST i MEATS We Guarantee Salisfaclion. Pno Trial \vill Convince You. FREE .DELIVERY CALL 673 PICKARD'S GROCERY . - • 1C-H Chickasawba 1RN-EZE Makes irnning easier by keeping inm fvoin sticking. Snioolhoi- working, ii; leas time and considci-iibly less effort. Imparts a delicate, fragrance to clothes that is delightful. Don't Miss This Generous Offer Bry one !>c PSg. of KUTTY1.IUNK Blue at any grocery and nia\l (he empty catton lo us with yotir Name and Address plninlyi written. We will send lo you KKEE. rJl charges paid, a Full sized regular Pkc. of IRN-EZF., cnoi'?h tor n full month's washing. Send to DIAMOND. MCDONNELL & Co. Station "S" PMln. Pa. KUTTYHUNK BLUE is a pure solrble laundry Blue and ii tu? cnly laundry Bliie that disinfects your clothes as well as bleaches uhcm a snowy white leaving your clothes s •«id sanitary, free of all Gams. Avoid sci called liquid bleaclv-s [hat contain Oxollc. Acid and ChTo- riJie Iliat Injure your clorhes. with Kaniloltih .St'oti, Knin- Drnkc sind 't'oni Hrown A smashing ilratua of the ^pecct maniacs \vhosc lives arc snulTeil out in ;i splil-sccoml. H reveals ilie horrible acciricnls nf autonto biles crushinET Ihcir rrassengels to death. A good story. Carloim anil serial, "Flssli Gordon' 1 liilh Busier Crahhc. Adin. itralliicc A- \i»ht ll) c uml 255c—Ic lax. Conlinuotis slunvins- Sunday - Monday rorjmount \p\v5. Technicolor Uar- •con. "Orphans Picnic'' an<) Mrsl- frtl .lolly Cobiirn. Ailirlssion Mallnrc ,v Ni,|,i 10c j .<ml SSc-Ic tax. ContiHuout il,ow- i" t «U5i TUKSDAY, JULY [.i__ S125.00 BANK NIGHT!! (UPJ-A club for de- fealed Depnlles of all parties has been founded here. Two dozen of these men met in a room or (lie Chamber of Deputies after the last election and named a coni- Jiilllce. , No "Free Premiums" but : ' BETTER TEA for the Money Blended from finer; more expensive teas than Vfrec premium" brands. Money liack if it isn't the best you've ever used. - Hard Work Courlcil al .70 | life as a lumberman and farmer MARION, Mich. (UP) — Fre<l I 1" cannot remain at ease and Grlce. ir,, who retired from lann- """ '"'" ""'"" Ing several years ajo, Is one ol lhc remaining pioneer Irmheimen In Michigan. Due to his aclive every winter works, outdoors at hard lahor. Courier News Classliled Ads pay. Sound Banking Principles — |ico(cc( (lie intoresl.s of horrowcrs and sf Some jn-acUce's, however, ;ire liot in ji with .sound hanking, no matter how pltn.s- tuitly anil courteously they may he performed. These practices include such things us: Noj)-bH!>Jd?]ff son-ices and free favors thai cause operating losses; the carrying of a checking- account. when the income received from it is less Hum the handling cost; the granling of loans on insiiiTicitnt security or in connection with tran«- aclions which have dubious chains ol success. In the interests of our depositors borrowers and BtocklioWm. and lh c Commim- ity as a whole, this Ijnnk adheres to -tc copied principles and methods of somH banking. " Deposits Insured Kv The Federal Deposit Insurance" Corporation Washington, D. C. S5,00t) Maximum Insurance For Each Depositor Farmers Bank & Trust Co. Dlythevijlc, Ark. GOVERNOR Hotiest : Capable Experienced Courageous FULLY QUALIFIED * State Senator Four .Years * Circuit Judge ^ Ten Years * Member of lha State Board O f Education * Outstanding 4 Civic Leader v Marcus Bone Says: // has been my \\7 - ^^ A. t- '1 1 A 1 i '" ^*f e '* "wet every issue We must build : Arkansas-agricultur''^"^'jv^. W( ,r ( /A M r, ally and industrially, ! . ; "" "" <act """' *""'"'" n'ays been honest and sin- f\ , < cert in dealing with all Continue the Refuncling Program """"" «'«w w^ ™ and pay our just debts. ^ ll 't JViCfS Of I Prevent increase in taxes of any kind. st " > " 1 " rs ° f go °« mail." —MARCU Maintain our educational standards. —— and that I have always Lcca ilefiaite/y aligned uiilh the forces of right and od govern- BONE. Reduce operating expenses of our State Government. Reduce unnecessary boards and commissions. Eliminate fees to outsiders for work -that should be done by state officials. . Improve the condition of all classes of Labor, Marcus Bone Campaign Committee

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