The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 16, 1936 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 16, 1936
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BLYTIIEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS s~^ Sicrc Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Butt-Robinson wedding nl First Baptist churcli. -1:30 p. in. Mrs. John Tyrone having Dulcli luncheon. Compliineiils Briilc Mrs. Hugh Whllsift, who before her recent marriage was Miss Martlin Robinson, was guest of lionor at a morning bridge, party and luncheon given Wednesday by Mrs. Marguerite Johnson Brown at the home of her pn'-mls, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. I'. Johnson, on the Clear Lake roail. The tallies and the dessert, were in keeping wllli the motif. Garden llo\\crs ilcc-i (he living room where' •were nlayetl and hmch the eight guests. Bernard Goc-ch wo'n a decorated powder pouch for hli;h score, Mrs. O. W. McCutclu'ii received a bridge .scoio ;;ot for low score, Mrs. Eddie Hi't;lno!d's pi'i/c for cutting the lucky card was a ;lan lo powder pouch, nnd tiic bride received a make lip kil. course bridal orated cards served Mrs, Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Ed Uoatrlfjht and Mrs. K, U. Cox, of Polls Cump, Miss., re- liirnecl lioine Wednesday after a visit with Mrs. Cox's parenls, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Pybas. at noil. Mr. anil Mis. licnnle Hessie nnd daughter Nannie Mae have returned from a ten day visit wllli relatives in Cheyenne, Wyo, While on the trip they visited in Denver, K i) lisas City and Topcka. S. P. J,oo jr., has accepted a position in I'nvtugevillc, Mo., In Ilic dniK store opi'i'iitcd by N«r- icit Siialding, who formerly lived tore. Ralph Farrar, who has been miiloycd at Tiimiann. was hen: Jday ehronte lo San 1'rancisco, lallf. He will leave tomorrow Hc- mipiinylng BrrficaiH Ci. U John- Ccini'liiiicnt I-'ailicr Mrs. A. J. Sijmin, Mrs. R. 1"!. Hardin and Mrs. B, Ci. Clill had a birthday dinner Saturday in icr. Ihc home oi Mr. and Mrs. Gill Dr. A. 'in compliment to their father, .J. ine to T. Pybas. who celebrated Ills 80th today, birthday. Edwin Tlic 40 present were Mr. and Mrs. Pybas, (heir five sons and daughters who included Mrs. S. 13. Cox of Polls Camp, Miss., and C. T. Pybas. of Helena, 23 crancl- cliilclrcn, one ^rcat {U'and child, other relatives and a Tew of the family's jnast intimate friends. A tiered birthday cake . witti ''Happy Rirlhday" written across It, was the centerpiece of the long dinner table, which was also decorated wilh flowers. Business 'Women In Attend Annual i'icliic 1 . Members of I'nc Business and Professional Women's clubs of 1'a- cnhantas, Paragoidd. Walnut Ridge and Blylheville will have .lliclr annual oinl picnic at Paragonld cm the evening of Thursday, July 23. . Miss. Imo^enc Morgan. Ls in charge of reservations and transportation for the local club. A large number of the local .members lire planning to attend I'hs affair which is an outstanding event of this district. Have Swimming I'arly. Employes of Ihc Phillips'Motor Company nnd tlicir families bad a swimming parly Tuesday night al Whistle's pool.' There " were 30 present. * • * - Mclhcxlisl Young I'coplc Sleet Hrci! The county young people's union of Mclhodlst churches met at the Lake Street church Tuesday night when 75 attended from Manila, Osceola nnd the two Bly- lheville 'Congregations. After a program on "Stewardship in Youth" there was a short, business meeting in which plans were made for the cumitcrly social meeting al Kei.scr July 21. Refreshments wero served on the la'.vn. Sunbeam Band Formed. A Sunbeam Bund has bcc-n formed ninong 'children of the Second Baptist churcli us an activity , connected with the evangelistic meeting no\v in progress t'herc. This was formed at a meeting of tho Booster Band of the revival Tuesday afternoon when ftic 30 present gave the Rev. P. W. Varner with a handkere'iiTef shower. Mrs. M. c. Onlbw. of the First Baptist church, assisted in the or- gimimlion These officers were elected: Mclba Lyn Walker, president; Helen Marl; Wheat, vice- president; Iva Louise Scay. secretary; Margaret Hill, treasurer. Miss Clara Belle Kinton is sponsor. Brinks nnd coDkics were served by Mrs. Ben Harrison. Mrs. Paul Heath and Mrs. Ear! Walker after HID business meeting. Second Baptist W. M. li. lf:is McrtiiiK. Tr.c ten members of ihb Woman's Missionary sociely of the Scc- ?(•& Baptist church, who met at ths c'uuri'.i Monday afternoon, had a pr=3;-nm frcm tho Royal Service, tr.c organization's magazine. Mrs. Thomas Bojan was hi charge Prayers were offered tiy Mrs. Ben Harrijcn and Mrs. Bo/an. Announcement has boon made ol the marriage oi Miss Maxinc. I,cc, cf Yiicaina. Calif, formerly of near Lcpanto. to Hill Glavs. of Reel- lands, Calif. The wedtiiii" was solemnized June 20 nl'Vunii. Arizona. TiK bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. U-e. who bave lived near Lqianto lor a number of years. ' Tlic bridegroom is the son of n well known . randier, K. U Glaw! of Redlands, where he and his bride will make their home. tin, a retired army officer. They ;lan to no the: northern route, >lopr,!ni! at places of special iu- The ccndlllon Jackson, who is of Mrs. riously Mot, Springs, is lincliiingcd. •on, J. P. Holland. Is still Hay ll ut Her M. Wnshburn is nttcnd- tiuslness in Little. Rock Pe- few has .. Wcidinan Is 111 at his ionic from nn ear Infection. W. A. Dowcll and son. w. A. jr.. if Walnut liidge, were in tlic city ,-csU'rdiiy. w. A. Dowell jr. for- iicrly lived here. Mrs. Kenneih Mounce, of :crsburg, 111., i s spending a days In the cily. O. D. Kntninii, O f Marie „ icon admitted to the Memphis Uap- •Isl hospital. Mrs, P.iy Molt nnd tier niece, Anne Hirrell, have returned to Eva- lull! after spending some time with Mrs. It. S. Molt mid Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Elklns. Mi's. Ionise Slrackc and daugh- ler. Miss Anita, will B o to Spring- Held. Mo.. Sunday, where they will .s[Hi-.d thshj vacation yJlth relatives. Mrs. Mildred Hooker, of Tupelo, Miss., is here for a short lime visiting her mother, Mrs. V. K. Snider, and her grandmother, Mrs Ola Willlford. an: will also go lo St. Lonl.s for a visit with.relatives. . •Amarlllo, Tex., left Sunday morn- hig lor Providence, H. 1,, to attend the National Lions' convention. They stopped enronte In St. I.oiils for a three-days visit with Mr. Rush's sister, Mrs. Klmorc Campbell, and family. Mr.s. sain Meadows has gone lo Ourdon, Ark., to spend several weeks wllli Mr. Meadows at lliclr plantation home. 'I'nc Rev. L. i>. PJemming is holding u series of revival services at Floodwny. + » * Mrs. 'P. F. Hudson was hostess lo the Two Tnblu Mornln;; Bridge cluij Tuesday. Mrs. charliu Thomas was the only guest an:l was presented hose at the conclusion of the games. Mrs. Itussell won hlgii score, n set of fruit glasses. The. house was decorated wllli flowers from the hostess' unrdc-n and made an attractive .selling for Hie luncheon at 12 o'clock. . t * Mrs. K. u. fiogan wn s leader of the program for the meeting of the Methodist Woman's Missionary .society Tuesday afternoon at the country home of Mrs. flarrv wors- ley. The program theme, "Working Together in Schools," was introduced by a devotional scripture rend by Mrs. Bob Thomas. During a meditation period n hymn, "The Voice of God Is idling," w as rend. A prayer was given by Mrs, Wherry. A letter concerning Ginllng college, from Dr. wn Yi Pans;, was rend by Mrs. J. J. Johnston. A dliilognc (in which graduates from the Uible Teachers' training schol, Nanking, ciilnu, tell of their school) was given by Mrs. S. Uar- ron. A report on Kwuha college was given by. the Rev. j. n, Handle. ofllcers of Ihc Baptist church en- Joyed a picnic .sujmcr at Grlder Memorial park Tuesday afternoon Jn the bnslne.M meeting that followed, Mrs. J. C. Srtioolcr, Mrs. J. t'. MoorchcMl niiil I), i{ Wcrlz were _electcd as teachers in the primary and junior departments Mrs. Guy Bryant hn.s returned from ssvcrnl days visit with Mr mid Mrs. Jack Mnnler In Hot Springs. Mrs. Ola Willlford and daughter, Miss Irene, have gone to Kciinalt for a short slay while Mrs. YVlllt- lord Ininsacts business. Liixoi'u Society — Personal Osceola Society — Personal Mr. and Mr.s. p. c. Kelly of Cincinnati arc licre lor n two weeks visit with Mrs. Kelly's .sister, Mrs. B. S. Shlnpcn and family. George H. Dew is in Wynne all this week on business. Miss Mary cox, who is a student at Ihc University of Tennessee se'hool of nursing in Memphis, is spi'iidtng her vacation wlUi her parents here. Gaudier Wlseloglo of Memphis has tech the guest O f joe shippen the |»st fc«- days. Tney wen roommates nt Gulf Coast Mllltnr} Academy, Gulfiiorl, Miss., last year 'Ihc Sunday school teachers am Mrs. S. B. Terry has rcturnet. hrime from a visit of two monlhs wilh her son. w. D. Terry, and family, of Smaekover, Ark. | Mabel George is on an extended visit, accompanied by her aunts from Birmingham, Ala., in Uenver, Col. Mrs. Lillian Frcear arrived Wednesday evening from her home in Shrevcijort, La., for an extended visit in the home of her brother, J. I. MilTlhi mid family. I.ourellc Campbell left for her home in St. Louis Sunday after a visit of ten days with 'ncr aunts. Mrs. H. W. Spann and Miss Flor- Rush. She accompanied . home by her cousin, Avery Rush jr., of Amarillo, Tex., for a visit of Iwo weeks. Mrs. Robert Eberdt of West Memphis, is the Bue.«l of her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis spann. Mr. and Mrs. Avcvy Rus'n, of Positive Relief for MALARIA! Sure End to Chills and Fever! Here's real relief for M.ilnris- Grovc's Tasldcss Chill Tonic I Quickly it S l ol i3 Ihu cliills and fever and H-ilorcs your body to comfort Many remedies will merely alleviate the symptoms of Malaria temporality, but Grove's TaMclres Chill Tonic ROCS all Ihc w.iy and completely rids your system of Hie infection. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic ij a tcai corrective of Malaria because it contains two things. First, Usli'k-js quinine which kills Ilic Malarial infection in the Mood. Second, tonic iron whicli helps ovcicomu Ilic ravages of the chills and fever and fortifies against fiirllicr attack. Play Klfcl i'.ikc Grove's Taste-lew Cliill Tonic. H now comes in Iwo sizes —SOc and SI.Thc ft si/.i: contains I'/, times as much as Iho 50c size and Rives you 25% morcforyour money. G c t bottle today at a ay drug stp re, Holland News Notes Mr. antl Mrs. Has Lester eiltor- laincd with a family reunion anil Inner Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. George Richards and fiimlly, of SI. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. 'Vllllc Lester, of Uccrhig, Mr an'i Mis. Bill Chlsm and family Mr uid Mrs. Allie Barnes mid daugh- ler, Mrs. Lottie Earls and family, :if Hteeb. Mr. and Mrs. Richards in:l family relumed to St. Louis Monday morning after spending !e week-end luro. Siipt, and MIS. w. I. Meyers are the parenls of a 7 1-2 pound son, born July 10 tit the Blytheville hospital. Tl. D. Rogers, of Benlon, Mo,, was here Monday on business. Mrs. Cora Hood and granddaughter, Pauline, visited Mrs. Hood's son, Doyle, at Leachvllle Friday and Sntii relay. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil wise are the parents of nn 8-iwuiul daughter, born Monday at their homo here. Mary I/Kke, daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. coulson, who Viiis just relurn- ed from Baptist hospital, Memphis, where she was treated for pneumonia. Is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Secoy returned to their home at Jonesboro Salur- day nfler a visit with the killer's mother, Mrs. Prances Murphy. ' Mrs. I/nils Freeman and daughters, Jhninic and Joan, have, returned from a week's visit at Dell with Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Freeman. Mr.s. w. W. Richards and daui-h- ler. Verna, Mr.s. - liettic Hatterei. and Mrs. Grace Ridge'were gncsti of Mr. and Mrs. Ilobert/ v Willongh- i by. of lint'iianan, Tenn., nnd Mr. j nnd Mrs. Tim Moody, of Paris | Tenn,, Friday and Saturday. Miss Eunice Reid returned Monday from a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Billy lilolcimin mill Mr | nnd Mrs. Ted Harris at' HI, Louis Will Ray, of cnrclwell, Is here for mi extended visits-lib his brother,' Jim Hay. ' ''' Krnest mi-ringer, of Cape Oirar- TIIUUSDAY, JULY 1C, 1930 Jean, iu al.Uic 'noine of Mr. mid I working on a lou job. K. K. Shoc- Mrs. M. R business. Mr. and Mrs, nc noine oi Mr. and working on a log job. E. K. Shoe- Builcy'while here on imike lost a heifer and several spent a few days here with Miss Tomllnson's parents, Mr. and ] Ho/ family spent the past week cud with Mr. and Mn. Ira Glover al Dexler. Julia Ann. snnll daughter of Mr, and Mrs. O. II. Kiindford. has ri 1 - tnrne;! from a visit of several weeks witli Mr. mid Mrs. Clarence Sandford in Oklahoma city. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Slaylon, of Pojilur nhilf, were we?k end guests of Mr. un;l Mrs. Joe L3S- Mrs, John Edgcrly and dang'.iler, Aim., have rclmiie;! lo their homo. In Memphis following a visit with j Mr. and Mrs. Russell Little. j Anccl Wi'bb, of Millei'svillc, Mo., arrived Friday for a visit with! fiicnds 'uere. He is a inembi-r of i Ills Holland high school faculty. Pawficen News iiuiw urai- u neuer an<i tevcrai -10111111150115 paren | liunii near the slate line nrc re- Boyd Tomlinson (Jlover and pcirted to have lost. cows. [ Mis , cliva An ,. OM J. l,. McNalt and K. 13. Shoc- makc drove lo I'aragould Tuesday for Mr. McNiitt's inolher. Miss Evelyn Tomllnson and a girl friend, of Ciirullicrsvlllc, Mo., - lleber Springs where slic will visit until after the old soldiers reunion in August. Miss Levcrn Ransom has entered hieli school at Lcnclivillc. Mrii. Carrie McNatt's baby i:i seriously ill. The extreme heat has resulted in the death of several head ol sttck in this community. El Paris Io:.t a line horse while ' TOD f.ATi: TO CLASSIFY ~ 1 Olt HUNT COGL l3L\'u''"JOiiis lor ];2rmanr- tiMiksirut {jnii'sls. Fans free. Hall, (ill W. M'lin. V t ANTS, BEDBUGS, fLSAS W' and other CRAWIING iHiectr L< 32% Quicker Tests prove tlmt finer- ground Hcc Brand I n- sccl Powder kills 32% quicker—because it- con- lama more killing patticlcs |>cr ounce, llrxrmlcfts to children nnd p^ta. Kitt FJJes, Mosquftdos wilh Rec I3rnnd Insect Spray. cxUu kllUng power (M% nuwB pyrctlirins.) McCnnnick & Co.i Inc., D»4iimorc, Md, ian-ij|) of Ladies Summer Dresses i\ly boss lists ycinc invav on liis viiciiiioii mid I'm in cliiti'Kc (if Ihc sicirc. While lie's siwny niy uss'o- ;s inn! I waul fo show him Mint \vt- tan nin lliis business as well as he can! We'll iiavc to prove unr |»iiiil wilh figures, and liial means we'll have in well ;>. lot of fjcotls. \Vc'ro sohijr. lo ( | u U 1; ii |)y nd'crins; is KII lliriltiiiK you won'l lie ahli; to rusisl liieni. These are OITOKTUNITY DAYS for yini iis well as for us—so WATCH 1'KNNKY'S! (Signed) I'AUI, HltOWN, Assislitnl ManstKci'. $3$j%i&$^R $$"* •' A liitrgiiin for (he Men! I'l'c-Slirunlc Wash Suit $2.97 Kntart new summer raljric.s. nciieht special for this ccent. Sixes ll-l lo -1-. •Clean-Up .of ' For Scllinj; $2.87 $187 I'urchase! Of ftlcii's Shirts-Shorts Frll cut! F:tst colors! quality] Aiinlhei- Case of Men's Faiu-y Dress Socks m §fs I Sprt Shoes 1 £^ _.. .. . ~ im .y$&,3.8 $ C fl'.r'i: liro v .vn and ian ,m:l I:rov\n anti wliile. A 11 , i'.atlici. anccial al this at Iht 1'riee ii'fj and Women's While Chiton Handkerchiefs Town Wtliout I!eKill:lncli LOS OATOS, Cal. (UP)—This city is anxious to reduce the nation's uneniployed list by a' least one D. I. Coates. the las 1 . bootblack in the cilyi rccentlj tcok to the road and all the : citizens now are obliged to shine their own shoes. jVead courier NEWS classified. Adi. Bakery Specials ALL DAY - - FUIDAY, SATUHDAY & SUNDAY Lemon Fluff lakc, eacli 19c Pineapple Fruit Bars, doz. 6c Caramel Rolls, doz. 12c _ (Dclieiotis CoiTco Rolls) Fudge Nut Brownies, doz. IDc Hot Nut Bread, loaf Ite Special for Ihdercy Hour, 5 lo 6 p. m. oulij> Friday, Saturday and Sunday Vaniila or Chocolate French Paslry, each 3c Fruit Roils, doz. Chocolate Cooliics, doz. Hot Parkcrhouse Rolis, rJoz Hot Plain Rolls, doz. Men's ami Hoys' I'ro-Shrnnk Wash Pants air Assorted cheeks n n (I stripes. Men—2D to -12. Boys'—G to 17. I'air Priced low yet they'll :;ive you long service! All slues Men's Straw Hats Hcpi-iccil To Cle-r! Men's Sim Helmets Adjustable slues. GVilnr.- lan and jr.?y. They'll t 1 at thir, !o\v price! iMcn's--nxl7 iiu-nrs. Women's— ll.xll inches Kxlr.'i Special! While fiOO Spools [,;isl iiewing Thread For This Kveut! Now Sunnnur Sheer Dresses Our better grade hat,-, grouped for quick selling. A variety of nindcls. Special Offer! Ladies' Rayon Undies Pair N'uvclly iiipsh rayon pan- I ^ lies and step-ins. Cool !•* and smart. .10c . 3c . 8c ...Sc Special Attention Given All Special Orders Blytheville Baking Co PHONE na Men's Straw Hats SSc Thr:-c arc better In t s toucht to sell tor iliit, \,. x price, large assortment! Hargain 1'riecd! Men's and lioys' Tennis Shoes First quality! Heavy weight. Extra S])<!::iiiH Ladies' I'orlo Kican Gowns 1 %f* & 4«T §* Kadi Never bnfure nl this II.LV price! .sixes 1(1 nnd 17. Thinmcd v.ith hand einbrdid- ciy and a] ' Spool White size 50 only. J25 yards lo spool! We advise cniiy shopping! One Assortment of Kiddies' liarefoot While 300 last. Fast color.-.. Well made. New styles. Made Lo sell for much more 1 Just Kuceivcd! Kill-go Shipment of li't 47-C Pair \Viiitc cnJy. All leather, bargain p.rices! Limited (Hiantity! Sheers «C d^k, l^f f » *0,\ff Ycl. Alcn's Work. Pants 69 c Colors: I)|;LC. ion r>n d grey. Slack style. I-'ul! cut. .Men's Ultic Work Shirts Full cut. 1 button front. 'i packets. All :.!?cs! Special I'nn-hiusel j&, l,adic:-i' While f| Handbags 37 € The season's ii':v.c.':L ••• Ir.-i of wnnhablc, ^innihit- cd leather. Look 'Here: Nov Sheer Special Assm-liiiinil Sheer Wash Frocks ,.37c Fcr Inrucr girls 7 to II. Fast colors! Well made! Clean Up (if Ladies' Slimmer Hats Uo cartilcfs of former price, llcgrouimt for quick Bcusht special for this event! Made, to sell for mrch more! Clean Up liargaina of J.allies' Summer Hats IfcRiotipcd from higher [iriccd stocks. Choose several styles and save! 2 ,?* ^ Again We OJTcr Highway LI, L'nblr.-iclicd flll'SI.IN New Assortment of Hummer Sheers S f V Yd. Fcr little girls 3 in <,] All fast, color Kimuur fahrie.s[ Only a lev.' liolls left! llargain pricrd. First come first, served! Never before have \ve sold filters of tins iiualily for Idc a yard! Come sec for yourself! JUST LOOK AT THESE AMAZINGLY LOW PRICES

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