The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 21, 1936
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PAGE TWO COUEIEB TUESDAY/. JULY 21, 193(5 ' Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS jSunbeams meeting First Baptist Church- n>f M Cl)i!fU Bibl« .Study m|etmg 2 30 P M, with Mis B S : Sheiton ,Mrs M T Moon, Mrs W. F Coolcy of Joiner, and ^Irs J C<jcil Lowe, having te-\ for Mrs< J,j Norrts Moon nt Moon residence, 4 lo C P, E M \\ . , , i r THDRSDAY-S EVKNTS ! W M S, First Church ol the Nawirene having social ^iice^ng a> church ' f - FRIDAY'S EVENTS i •• "Dutch luncheon club meet IHE •wHh Mrs. Ro> Head Esecuttve to-vid, Woman s Mls- Eiomr> society, Second Baptist church, meeting at chuich 3 p m Ha\c Family Kcunlon at SUeie ..The Via 'family, 'which has , reunion each summer, had s-ucl an affair aC the home ol Mis W L Via, l\vo miles vest o Qs.cco)a, . .anrt Mrs. Thomas W, Mlllei of Brunswick, Ga gutst of Mrs. Samrcl F. Norrls .and oilier relatives. t.» • 11 *.«<•» < .i His B4rthd4> Parly "lllllic Ogle criebmtett his third jhthday with n party July 10 at his home ;hcre. A number of friends were present, including Cleo nnd Mona Gall HoiLs'ton, : - Maren'ret ' Glenn, Mnx Hill, Ruth; and: ,Iva<. Louise ;6ca>v Betty Amf Giivys, Mnxi(ie| C^ijiitles. niith Taylor' and *Iicrhlcc " Turnagei Delicious . refreshments were scrv-' c6.t\ "• )'VU1 J VI 'V 1 The Lone C«k IUju,|oiiarj; Soc-l' icty met with Mrx. AiVnlc Brooks, llnnsdav, v)ilh Mrs J w 'Fields' preiiding, 'llic .fccond chapter of Mnllhev, was read, and a pravei by Mrs. CaUIe ISaldrldgc were aly, ci\ the program. The object of Ihe meeting'. was the making of Ivvo quills for the .btlneflt !'of : the church. '-There Vv(-cre- r '23 'iirescn anil Mrs Clladjs Skclley o Nashville. Tenn. w.*«j n mifi<:t Bits of News Mostly Personal Wade Lee Is vacationing In' points of Oklahoma this week. Mrs. G. W. Dlllahuuly had as her yuests Sunday, Mrs. Cecil Lee und Miss Mary Mnude Cribbs, ol Dyersburg, Tenn. They were accompanied Home by Susie Taylor, daughter ol Mr.- and Mrs. Harman Taylor,'. who will visit Uhem MKs Louise Estes, daughter of Dr. unit Mrs. N. D. Est«s of-.Rogers, Ark.; who formerly 'lived here for :i number, of years,' Is • the guest, of Misses Peari and ' Jewe I^e for several vvecTts. James Terry Is ' sirending his vacation at Hardy, Ark., with hi." sLsler, Mrs. .Reiikcil Wclenkamp and Mr. .Welcnknmii. Miss' Jennie Wren Dlllahiint) and hei cousin. MLss Anna Mai garct Deiil- of-Canilhcrsville, .hav< icturncd from' Jonesboro whcr lling'relaH»e« In I^rt Smith,' her former .home ' ' Fred ' Bfihertord Jr f and Joe E\rard'ljave returned from Mammoth Sprtnjs, where 'they , wer« at camp for .,t)ir»e uecki. Mr and; Mrs, Rnlherford motofe<l uj (or, thcin. _ L. j Mrs. Marcus Bvrard Is con fined to her lied because of i tc'iisllectomy / pfrfdrm e d \a s Thursday, i Mr. and Mrs. J. Samuel Lah drum spent Sunday In' ParagouW Mis David Barton, of t Nev Madrid, Mo guest of Mr! atu Mrs W M ' Bunis and famUj and htr sister, Mrs Leroy Wooi arc In Memphis today before Hit Barton returns home tomorrow; Clyde La Plant jr., ot Osceoh 1:; a patient at the Mrmpli Methodist hospital.' Mrs. S. M. Scott, of Joiner, wa Admitted to the SI Joseph's lux pltnl, Memphis, . yesterday. Mrs. Joe Medlen, '. 61 - Caruthert villc, Is a patient at the" St. -Jo rcph's hospital, Memphis. ,j Mr. and Mrs. H C Campbe patient at the Kempbh D. C. ,' Jttnes. of CanrthetmrUle, has been admitted (o the Memphis Baptist hcepttal. Mrs. W« Oay and son, o«d- wln, are ill, with, malajia. at' thtir icme In Wilson. Mrs. Rodney, L. Banlstef, Mrs. Walker H Biker and Mrs chir- ftnn were In Memphis yes- lerd*y ' Mrs Ulll« Mae . Hatcher hu returned from a »eek'« stay m Allen and' Vlcksb«ttt; Miss v Roy* Patterson and wifc, of Chi' •CO J ' -'7't Mr. and Mrs. Walter' Emaiinel i Members of llic First Baptist churtlf,' who attended the recent Lone. Oak Baptist f? churcl: ter, Mrs E. D Rose and family and her brother, Claud* Sbev. of Wilson Mr.'and Mrs. Oil Mn&tln and - - . - . ... hlfdreii, Shirley and Betty 8ue, |joam Springs, will he In charge ofithe chinch Friday, July 24U), The •ve returned from'* vacation at "^ P»jer meeting "crvke of the j proceeds will be given- to foreign Lake 'Hamilton • Hoi BnrtaKS iKr$t Baptist church Wednesday .missions, . ; > •> DrW accimpiujled ^"»i«ht. 7 sn oHork \ • _^J—_— >— When In the Oleu 'Allen ,„.>, of Mr .aiwr'Mrs Hiitf, ' who formerly '.-,' lived, Lenchvllle, and at. Vkktbuij visited Mrs J B Hancock one eon. John, formerly , of • Ijere. „ Osceola slecle, Sunday when there 112 relatives and t\vo present *Ne\t j ear's nllair will be held at Lone Oak on the third ijundn} in July Those present »ere Mr and wits The hostesses nere Mrs and Mrs, Daisy lAJefander. 'V' »>> V»\ \ 4 \\ Fiptlft Women Meet MMibcrs of the Woman s Missionary. .Society ..of .the Seeond Biptlsl (."lurch met nt the dunch afternoon,'when 11 at- Paul Heath gave the devotional, from Hebrew 4, ana Mrs. O. M. Lewis offered prayer. Mis C H. lirogdou conducted a tiueslloimalre on 'isyhy ami How?' Mrs.-IdaTucker was :irc1e number two of th* Baptist missionary soetely y«eterday when Ctnfmjee .Delegates To Conduct Prayer Services Lone Oak Baptists To Hold Ice Cream Supper The i Woman's--Ailitiiiaiy of the younp people's conference at 'Si- sponsor an ice cream siinpcr Inam Rnvltlnv 11,111 \*r\ In lY.r....... n r Itln dlllr^}* E", 'Idnv .llllu OII1. Will at e . , , , • Us aunt, Mrs. B E MUlsapm and I The pioBiam »lll feature the Courier News Classified Ads Pay. " "" '' ' ' ' , . Mull" son, Barclay "and" Hal Mlfl-l Irecreallonal life vith 'pep' tongs /saps,- vttted his * grandmother J and games Tho« who j will, ,»p ..__ -_ -- _,..„ .... ------ -^'--.r on the program* faj*fr Misses irl 'and Jewel- Lee,' Mrs. Tom Driver, lut week. The Rev 'and Mrs/r-L. Cote'>earl'and Jewel-1 left yesterday' for a weeks vlglt'^Mlnnic^tBrown.t lo,Mr and Mrs Jim Holman'at Vligle |4ae Abbott, Eitelle'Hawks, Fayettcvllle Tenn i where Mr. Mildred) Hood, ( Emm aline r Page Cole was formerly pastor, | and Margaret Pantt 5 'a'n<l the Deputy ^herlff Baiter Turner Rev Alfred Carpenter'. > «fs •pci-ated upon for gall stones * • Methodist hospital, ,Mem._.._.,_-. raffling jjk „,„. ' * satlsfactorj mamlng wltli Marshall for a parents, [flatting her at Roce- Mrs. R. votlonal John 1 H on il-5t u»inr' Mr * sA Mrs children, «« LUe Baktr-abd and Joan, if'onqifr Matariaf you ,,.v~—v .«« '(l) Dertrrfv the mltclum in UK (2) Build up the blood^o over- COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN!, TONIGHT IS BANK NIGHT! l asl week Freddie Ilcavcrs Mas called' fqr the 5U5.00— She was noi pmitnt— Making f'HA'NK. DIM'OSH' The Jones' Family i" Brooks' ihf V <in< ' nt ' ievc " 1 Moil [lay (ended. Mrs. Mrs Millard Via' and family, Mi and Mrs J H Hollis und family Mr und Mrs Durvvood Harwell, Mrs Anna Via and son, J r Mallard, all of Alamo, Turn, Mi and Mrs Jess Shivers, Ml and Mrs Ed Kcllov. and son, Mi nnd Mrs fellow and son, Ainold, all of Ticnton, Tenn, Mi and Mis R A Kcliow urd Mi and Mrs Hugh Bradley, all of Eaton, lenn, Din Via, Mr mid Mrs W T Vh and fnmllj, Mrs Samuel Daniels mici famllj, nil » : '»S"l«- Horn. of Bells, Tuin, Mr and Mrs Mr - - n »" Mrs. Jesse Via and ton Mi and Mrs J W Crouch and son. all ol Halls Icnn. Mr nnd Mrs F B Via Miss Vhglnla Via, Miss ROM Belle Bryant, all of Friendship Tenn, Mr nnd Mrs W. A Via and son, of Munphls, Mr. ami Mrs H R Via of Cooler, Mr ami ^Irs B A Craig and famllj. Mi and * Mrs Glenn" Alexander, Mi and.Mn, Ben Raj ami familv, G W Hicks Mi ,uid Mrj, 0 D ^ Via.i Mr 4 and. Mrs O T Via ami daughter,' Mr and Mrs Thomas Via 'and daughters^ Mr -rod Mrs Olen Allison and fatallj, ot here, Mr and 'Mrs Heriuan Via,' J and Mrs Everelt Mlllei K 'and daughter, Mr ami Mrs O t , B YiSTsand <n«ghtcr, Mr and /MR K^-H, JJaniels and daughterycMi ami Mrs Clarence Woodard 'and fajmlj, Mi und -Mis Will Woodard, Mr and Mrs H L lovelace and familv, Mr and Mrs Ed Cai- mon and family, Mrs O C Brooks and daughter, Ralpt Canada and Miss Rosa Hopkins of Steele, all of ^hoin are relftllvcs The guests were Mrs Essie Davis and Wilburn Lovelace, of Bljthe- \ille with MLsi Frieda Sccoy, who formerly lived here. Mr. and Mrs. A, Conway, Mrs. Irs. Thomas Bogan .said the losing prayer- alter. n brief bnsl- ess session, presided over by Mrs. \ Walker, president. Wesley Stjvlltiigs re the parents of a daughter, iorn Friday night at tlielr home until of town: Tli'c baby,' who velghctl six pounds, has ;b< Beaiilon. like bl Methodist \Yrni!it lliive Biblo Study. The' slmly of the Bltile on HID .henie ' Toward Chrlitlaiv Amei ca occupied tlip aUuitlou of the 14 members of the Woliuus Missionary society "of Hie Lake Street Uclhodlst'-clH'rclt in n meeting loudny alternooii, at the chnrcl Mrs. George Disfnger was I 1 charge. ..Mrs.-A. 3. Dean conducted Ilia devotional, from the Mth chap fohn Mib Vernon !• and Mrs. A. U Rcagai •prayers. vcre motto ^foi an 'Amateur Hour' Thmstui),! July JUth Demonstration Club News Notes Mrs. Hugh Hhitsitt Complimented At rnrty Another ^ affair \\fls given fo Mrs'Hi'jh WluUiU, who was b fore her recent marringe Miss Martha Robinson when Mis. Clara Louise" Davis enlerlaini* 16 guests with a bnd3C party las night Cards-were p,a>cd on the sun porch where bouquets, of roses golden glow' and '/inmas were «r ranged The hand x palnlcd tallies ^vv;crc blue weddin" bells ^Miss Buih' Butt wer -ji Ivv boml for high score in the brldgi games,' the': cut 'award went U Mrs, Hillman Robbins, and Mist Dans preoCiitea the bride a sup 1>T plaie tl he fgucsls show ercd Mrs., Whits It t w-ilh ail assortment of gifts. The hostess served an ice to the guests- who included . Mr, Robbins, of Memphis,'who ls:tlu guest ...of Mrs.:.John -F. .San'den and family, Mrs David ol New-Madrid.' Mb., : housogucs' of Mr. and Mrs." W. M. - Bum; and family, Mrs Bill Cnhflcld o 1 HOUR SALE Wednesday Afternoon From 3 to 4 •ADMIRATION HOSIERY Wednesday afternoon, 'from 3 to 4 o'clock, we place ,011 sale pur 79c Admiraliori". Ladles' Silk Hose at 49c ft pair. And cnly one pair lo a customer Nd phone orders, must be here at the lime of sale ' \; 49c p* INew Ecpndmy { J. A. Leechand Mrs. O. 1'. Moss aro In Memphis' today, Mrs. W. A. HfUchntl and two children, .of -St. Louis, have -ar- rived'to-snohrt two months wltn Mr.s. Halchctl's parents, Mr. 'and lrn. C. n. Wheeler. Mrs. J. B. Gesoll Is visiting elallves In Donlphun, Mo. Mr.s. .William Tausch has rc- uinccl fiom Cairo. 111., where- she Isilcd her brother and sistcr- n-law,. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Wat- 011. Miss Belly McCnlchcn and her lousegiicst, Miss Dorothy Riinyan f Memphis.: have gone lo For 'cst City lo be the of Mis> Mnrjoiic McDiinlct while atlencl- ng the Pcnch Festival. Miss Mc- jiilchen hud been at. Horseshoe Lflkc at Ihe Uunyan'.s summer nomc ami Missi •• Rvnyan accompanied her home Saturday. They luul as , llielr guesi-s yesterday Byron DcLisle. or-Portagevllle, and Henry Tiplon, of Canithcrsvillc. lelt .today for Little.,.Rock 'and Hot,. Springs •. to spend wveral, ard P«l$er«raU loU ct mlasiooary days vacation. Mrs. Leslie Brlnkle, of Osceola, has been admitted to the, Memphis Methodist hospital Mr and Mrs A G LjlUe will leave Sunday for = a . ten . weeks trip which will take them to Vancouver, British- Columb.ia Canada, by .motor, going, from tlicic to Skagway and then, by rail to White Horse Past, where ey will take a steamer on the iikon to Daw&on, returning to nncouvcr about August 25, i ome a few days later. Marcus Walker was -taken Miss Ellznbcth Kklwards, Cariithersvillc, Is the guest MJss Helen LaShot. Hamilton Tolbcrt. of Wasliliv ton,. D. 0., arrived Saturday to spend a week with Mrs Emma Nolen and family He will accompanied home by Mrs Tol bcrt, who has been here ior ( <several wceljs- K ; f*t „»' <L E R ifasoti was called t Mursliall ' lexas, because of tlie death of a ilster Saturdaj Mrs King H Malthens Is vis 666 Sliady,' Grove, 1-11 Club Mceti, •3 O Fullcrlon, county iis and .Miss Corn' IxicV' Colcmiii home clem oust ration agent, nd- 1 dressed mcmbeis of the Shndy Groic 4-H Club r>l the meeting Inst Tuesday. Interesting rciiorls ttcrc ehen by the group cap ins. checks MALARIA In 3 days COLDS «rst day Liquid, Tablets Headache,' 3t Salve, Nose Drops minutes Try "Rnb-My-Tlsra"— World's Best Liniment 'ad : Cour!cr..Ni:\vs Classined Ad* MANLEY TOURS Vim Ion Hotel, Memphis All Expense Tours, to Dallas each Sill., $23.00 Mrs. K. A. Tc-aforf Osccpla, Ark Fhone 101 You can buy from us a r«al coo iora* .tjW-T "l'we*k little M' ,^'*;M| |1 «SV TERMS World's greatest low price lirt SPEEDWAY — a big, husky, handsome Goodyear 1936 Blue Ribbon Prize Value] Loo* what you get: THE COODYEM MMMN Of SArtTY-Center Trnctionlorquick-sloppin^(letusshoTvyoul) THICK,TOUGH, LON6-MILEABE TREAD- Lowest cost service per mile (proved by our customers' records) BLOWOUT PROTECTED rN EVERY;PLV- by patented SuPERTWiST Cord-exlra springy, < more enduring (ask us to demonslratel) Remember—ours is (he place to gel your, money's worth and'the* some — in tires tad service! nd to Baptist hoepital le Memphis •sterday. Mrs. Ed Bell jr., of Bassett,-is ti Tlie prWbytcria^ Am01i»ry m- jo\cd * combined prafrus nert- Ine and la»n putjr «t the home of Mrs J»mes C«H«Tl(ht ytctcr- da > alt « moon ^ ««• Joe Walker,' .the devotional was given by Mrs. George Kdrlngtatv Miss Blanch*. deer . and Mrs. R. C. Bryan also took.: part v in the program. i * • • Mr and Mrs Fred Patterson had as their, guests •. Sunday . bis mother and sister. Mis. Fannie Patterson, Mrs: .Herman Bryanl and children, James arid Gene,".of Rossvllle, Tenn, also a, brother her brother-ta-l«», 4 W. U Stewart, who Is critically 1U ' ,B«n K BuUnr. k. has--been'111 up Ihe blood Ihou- horae ot his* ..grandmother,, l$» C, E Butler ". , • >1 Mrs. GUI.'HasUa and,'chiWn spent yesterday la Memphis. to»c WANTED Experienced White Girl to care for baby: 60S Chlckasawba. ilc • k25 FULL DBUCATESSKN IJlffi Cheeses for all Ustec Cold Meats of any kind Frull Juice & Ginger Ale HIESH. YAHD EGGS .DAILY riCKAKD-S GRO. * MEAT MARKET Phone 873—We Deliver Gtove's Taslclfs Chill btinfc a poted remit 13 al*^ an excellent 'islclc.'s CluH,T«>x n pirasint to ^ke and con- taiaft nothing harmful Ev«n cbildren like It and they can take it "a(«!y. lor sale by all d[ug s»orc' Now tv.o si»»— SOc and $1.. The $1 size contain'; 2]4 timt s aa nuch as tbc 50c size and gives you 25% ire for your money. ORDERS TAKEN FOB "BERNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS FREE. Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. C. Haley 1109 Chlckasawba Phone 792 aiitt Kenneth Hovrell A story or a nhitie ctaiy UoyX l-:i!(ortainii>(; romance, drama .iml comedy. A familj' picture; . Selected Shorts —Admission— Matinee—10 & 25c— With Ic Tax —10 & 35c—WKh k: T:i.\ MISS WHITSHTS SHOP ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE •I)' ' n ' £k' I 1 ''filS • ', •>!*, w ' Our entire stock of Misses' and Women's Travel Coats, Occasional Coats, Spring Suits, Knit Suits, Silk and Wash Dresses at Drastic Reductions for Quick Clearance. SPORTY DRESSY and. FORMAL MODELS Sale Begins Wednesday, July -22 DRESSES DRESSES 1 Lot §10.95. and §12.95-Values for 1 Lot $16 75 and §19.75 Values for DRESSE5 1 Lot §22.75 and : §25.00 Values for $15 DRESSES TLot §29,75 and '§35:00 Values for $17 CHEVROLETXO. BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS. ONE LOT SItK DRESSES Values to SI6.75; Odds and Ends SUITS and'COATS " • ' - • , \ i . ,$10.95 Ac $12.95 values $7 $16.75& 19.75 values $1.1 . $25.00 & 29.75 : values $17 $35.00 & 39.75 values $20 • WASHJDRESSE^;: $1.95 Wash-Dieses $1)39' $2.95 &3.95 Dresses $1.93 $5.95 & 7.95'Dresses $3.95 Weds.-Thurs. THEHEROK.S'IOKYOF THE SOCIAL UU'lTEK- 1 FLY "WHO BECAME lil A N K IN D'g (: I j\'l SIO il- TAL ANGEL OF MERCY! Warner' Bros.' stirring sue-' cessorlo'LouisPastcur'vvilli •1~V KAY FRANCIS .iFLORENCEMCHTINCALEIa $5.95 8^ pb.95 values $3.95 $ 10.95 '& -12.95 values 5.00 16.75& 19.75 values!3.95 25.00 &'29.75Values 16.95, VLQT WASH DRESSES - ODD> Ajsr ENDS' -'.VALUES TO $3.95 - ^1.00 ''*'' *''' ALL STMW HATS ALL WHITE AND'" PASTEL FELT HATS -fN \A\SmaU CliargeMll Be : IAN HUNTER .A fltH Kxllonit rjrlure . Paramount News and "Clungiiiff of (he Guard" wild Sybil Jason. —Admission— • . Matinee—10 & 25c—With Ic Tax Nfght—10 & 3Sc—With Ic Tax —COMING SOON— At The Rilz SATURDAY, JULY 25 Special Midnite Show Charles Uickforci in. 'Pride of the Marines' Starts l'rcniplly..iit.H:3D r.'T.l.^ —COMING .SOON— ,* . .-T R;V CJ.T O R S.>,- : With .foc.'E. Ttfowii'. > "YOURS FOR THK ASKING' 1 ; willi Gcnrgc fiatt. : • '';GREE>.'^PASTURES;': :w!ii>. nci. Tncraih. ' > ••KHYTIfM ON TUi: liANGEV: with liinp Crosby. ?• "POOR ; IJTTI.E RICH OIRU": with Shirley Temple and Allcft' •Fayc. '; "SIJZY," v.ilh ,!can Harlow and; Francliot Tone. v ROXY Thursday •- IV July 23 'The Life of Christl •-.-.« .-••". % A Singing anrf Tnlkinp;

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