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iCVfAGE TWO BLYTHEVILIE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS U ; Social Calendar v ~ " THURSDAY'S EVICTS ?*9i. M S, First Church of the . Nazarene having social meeting at ' church i £ . FRIDAY'S EVENTS , i t« Dutch Luncheon club meeting with Mrs Roy Head ( 1 J Executive board, Woman's Missionary society, Second Baptist church, meeting at church 3 p m T-O'E S picnic nt Walkei paik, 6 30 pin, , I Li Wtmen of'Bible and ' •Hlfikmary Work Stvdint ' i." The women ot the IMble and Ihe woik of ^omen m&ionailcs •In foreign countries were fcatuicd In the Rojal Service progiam of 3hc Woman's Missionary Union >cl the .First Baptist church Mon, ^Xlay afternoon at the church The t?4 present also heaid a radio le- -port;6f the convention hi session "^al SI Louis "„ Mri Tlicodore Logan wns In -charge ot the program In uhich £a plajlct was gi\en , £ i Mrs Waller Bishop conducted *<the devotional on "Womeii in the Bible" Mrs Muunj Smnit gave .1 icpoit of the St Loufc/W M U ;conventioii. Mn K L Hale told o[ J3ra- zjlian «oracn and their acllvllics IDT the cross, Mis U W. Miillins spoke on "Helping the Women hi t Japan," Mrs A T Cloar on 'Summary of the Woik In Cuba" r Mrs Herman Walpole on 'Women Missionary in Hungary," Mis r E Vf Sinimoits on "Missionary, Work In Rumania," and Mis Jesse Seaman on ' Work in Japin' Mis Hairy Prilzlus sane a solo, "How Long Must I Wait?" with Mrs Smart at the piano, Mis, ' Roj Head offered prajcr, Miss • Wynette Shepherd sang "I Can' ; Find Him Anywhere' and Mis. , Alfred Carpcntci salil the closing ! prayer. Miss Mildred Hooi) gnve a ic- ( poit of the recent joimg peoples > conference at failoam bprlngs, ' Ark i -. i _ 'Hie brief business session uas "ptesiUed oitr by Mrs Leslie Moore. „ president * • * Marriage I-iccnscs, Issued . These imWiage licenses ha\e recently been issued from Ihe Bljtheville office of Ilic county court, clerk' Roy Bolllngcr and i Miss Maile Oore, both ot Osccola, 1 Kent 'i Turner and Miss Miniu ^Ho»ell, both of Roseland, Jesse ^Johnson, of Stcelc, and Miss' Rubj Pearl Price, of here, Guy, , -Kirk and Miss Olive ,'Dedmtu), *' both of Huffman, Lasvion Hull ,aiki Miss; Rubj Nell Alley, both 'of here, Charles B Ankcj, of here, and Miss Mnrvlue Michael, • of Canalou, Mo, Charles Clark -and Mrs Laura Hoberson botli of Luvora, Elton E Hart and *Miss Rmis Necdlmm, bolh of Manila, Tliomas Keeling and Miss < Ola Goodwin, both of Dell, Heiman Roosesclt Hunt of here, and ,Miss Ruby Bishop, of Manila; • Willtani Jolliff and Miss Gcral- | dine Martin, both of Manila, Floy , Coleman ami Miss Hcien Miller, « both of Leachyille, Raymond ; Turner and Miss Zclma Webb, , b6th of Carutliersvllle, Frank , Hambright and MJ<« Marie Oib• son, both of Dell; James Brock ; and Miss Flora Barker, bolh of , Dell, Ray Marsh and Miss Ethel • Purcifnl, both of Cardwcll. Mo. ' Clyde Magcrs, of caruthcrsullc, , and Miss Afattie Roberts, of Catlmn, both of Luxoia Vcrnon n IT i . ''""ora they got Bcrner nnd Miss Juno' VVd X <bu J ho $2,2? • 'V **»* toll, of Hue, ElUm Mori Is ant ft >' J&A ™,f< ft l '" K)n> nbout Miss Ll.wn nrinii,. iwi. „, >.—"i lwo w«*s< ngo Tlici were also Miss Llssa Brinkle, Ellsiia Morris aiu Bilnkle, both of here; Joe How- aiU Hoiilon and Miss Dovcln L Golden, botli of Osceola. h of hnrr. !""" '" tl>1 " "BU ' Tlicj were also MIS" Liis;'! 1 " 0 ")!""," 0 ' 1 " omo "y Mte R«« MISS .Llssa Lou cookc, who *ltli Mn. Wun- Bits of Mostly Personal _. Aflss Tl-ilia Smith \\cnt to Memphis this altcinoon to be (ho guest of Mr and Mrs liein.ud McAfee, foi mcrly of here, for n week. Miss .Jcssalju Hloiiicjci retuin- cd sundaj fiom Ihiec weeks spent In Jfclem wlicic vlio «<is llic guest of Miss Helen nrown Maxlnc Held, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Reid, ;lias returned from Henderson, Tcim. whcie she ipcnl (Ho weeks with her Biandinfllioi, Mis A J. Reid Mrs. R. , P. •Pnddlsoii arid derllch, attended the University of Aikansas for the summer term Mii,O K. QucllmaU and Miss Ruth Matthews have returned fic-m Twwalooea, Ala, where they attended summer school at the University of Alabama for six necks Mr. Qucflmalz and p*ed Fleeman motored down for them Saturday. _ ,) The condition of Mrs Ray Jackson, who. Is seriously Mil at'Hoi bprings.f is unhanged today « Her son, J. p • Holland was to have returned there yesterday but i re- ma ned here He will return to Hot Springs later. Mi and Mrs Fred Bandefur, MLss Marguerite Matthews and [>r. w, M Owen have gone to Haidy . They plan to return Sunday or Monday H A Smith, 'formerly of here and now of Camrtcti, Ark, Is visiting heie for a snort lime He •mi-8. ii^ -i: ramiison and '"" h "" B '«' u snori lime He dauuhlei, Ruth, Inue relumed " llow w " h (he Farm Credit ad- fiom n Uslt, with relatives In' """Istrallon's Emergency Feed and .Jackson, Tenn, and S.naimnh \ Sfc " lo «n ag*ncyi , Oa Mi Paddlson moloicd over' p . B Joyner Is attending to lo Jackson foi lliem jesterday imitlncss In Jonesboro today. Ml 5. Frank M Dulaney and 1 Mrs D «*ld Parks and^Mr and daughtei, Martinet ' and son. M'? D V Parks, of Cape air?«»,. spent Die. week-end here ---„ , — -j M, ....,, sunti of Mr and Mrs C Mi Diiliiney nenl over foi them B r <*'**. Mi and Mrs Max Parks J 1 J Holland, who.has been in " ml Mr antl Mrs n p. Hot Springs, . .wltli" his , mother, Mis Raj Jackson, who Is very ill, VIILS at home Monday bul rctuin- cd, (here Tuesday. Molly Guard, daughter of Mr. mid Mis J L Guard, went, to Hardy Tuwdnj. to spend n week, with Mr and Mis chnrles Allen E J Hcaton moloicd hci to Tm- 1011 1 h || W D. Cliamblili nml Milton Steinberg .sjicnL the weekend in Haidy with Ihcii fnmlltcs nalelgli Sylicstci, Louie I&nacs and ^Lllbourn Haidy Autiy are ji..._ »_, spending todaj whcio they will Work take. Masonic Mis Ira Bohnniihig anil ton, W H, have relumed fiom u thiec weeks vacation spent In Louisville, Ky, Joncsbnro, Ark, Hldsc- 1} and 'Iiptonvlllc. lenn While aflay (hey were enleitnlncd with a number pf soclnl affairs , s }'l l Is (lie , Alice la^or and hcr'parcnls, Di n.Kl Mrs H A 'lajloi Mi and Mis C C L.uigslon p«m )a. Mo, ar?Mlss »Mary .gson have gone lo Hot Springs Mrs langslon^ will lie tlicre a week While Mi. Langslon will tukc tlie iJithb for llnec weeks Hniry Finn of Joncsboro was a v.lsitor here Tuesday in the in- icresls of MIL gubcrnatoilal can- ilidncy of Ed r McDonald Mi and Mre M Jonlr. init Uo sons have left for a nioloi trip which will take them through the ivcst Ihelr Hist stop ig Colorado Springs nnd from tliere thcj will go lo California 01 Washington 01 possibly botli states They plan to be a\vay a month or sK weeks Moss JUrjan, who has been at Atlantic Cili niirt Neu York cits', returned home 'Sunday. Mrs W J Wunderlicli and daughter, Donna, and niece, Ann lt — • •" » , » aiAn JUi|infe Simpson, Billy Perkins and n Svvcarengcn, of Memphis, were here last night and today. Mis D P roller and her sis- ----- ..»j\ t iivi nil- Ici, Mis O. II Collins, have gone to Dallas and other points of Texas for i ten days slay Mis Roticrl E Leo King »as In Memphis (odiy to lake Ireat- ranit for n linger ailment she was accompanied bv her daish- tcis Mrs Tliomas W Miller ol Biuns\vlck. Ga and Mrs Nelson 'rii'ompson. Mrs C H Cox, of Otccola i<> a Client nt Ihe 31 Josephs hos- pllal Chnilcs Eroilh, nf Kolser, Is a p.UIcnl nt the Memphis Baptlsl licspital Roj Rajdcr ^ taken lo the Memphis Baptist hospital yester- dnv Wnltcr «Allcn, of Hajtl underwent an operation at the Mem- phir, Ejc Ear, Nose nnd Throat hospital jeslcrdiy Mrs James Ycrgcr of Greenville, Miss h the guest of her bister Mrs Hiram Wylle and family,; for tills week. Mr and Mr^ Baker Wilson nnd daughter «lll icttirn Monday from Somerville, Tenn, whore they liiue been visltln< Mr Wil lint been ill nic baby, who mi'ch Improved Mr nnd Mrs Elstner Beall »111 ictnrn (he last ol the week frorn Ames, Io«a, where thry haye Lcen attending Iowa state college since Ihelr marriage In June MANLEY TOURS Wpi. I.en Hotel, IHemphb All Expense Tours to Dallas each Sat., $23.00 Mm. E. A. Teaford Osccola, Atk. - Phone 101, Porch and Lawn Furniture HALF-PRICE We are closing out all metal porch and lawn furniture at one-half the marked price. v This includes all gliders, metal chairs and canvas chairs with the metal frames. ; BUY NOW. ONLY A SMALL ; AMOUNT LEFT HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. to Diree tables (X bridge at her home • Usl ' WednMday evening complimenting ^Mrs.,' W. c. Held with n klUheh shower. Before I h«r marriage two weelcs ago Mrs. Held was Miss HaWl Lumsderi. Mr. aid Mrs. Cleb Tucker an- pounce the birth: of a slx- pmmd daughtei- at | the home of weekend of. Mrs. Clifton's brother Carl ; (Jmpiilee.fc and Mrs: Um- phleet. ... ' : . • • _ WEDNESDAY. JULY, 22, 1936 »ili'divide' (he remalmte'r or the summer between Wllso-r slicre thc> are to live, and Bly- llievllle, wlt h Mrs Beall's pa,, enls, Mi mid Mrs p. E Coolcy Mr aii(! Mrs M W Uwlj of Pell, left, today, 1 for a UiTe£ weeks vacation' to J be >pcnl, in Noilh Carolina and other points Mr an<| Mrs Murray Smart Mrt Llojd SlU-kmon aixl their fnlhpr, R I, Haley, left today for a ten days visit to College Station, Texni, nhere they will be «uesU ol Mr and Mr» Joe orr the Dallas Centennial and Oal- veUon ' j l Or WV'MTI > P»ul u{ Tlpton went to Memphis today lor their nephew, Charles Jamei, of c«r- uthemlile, who underwent « slnuf opera Ion Monday at, the Baptist ho»pi(al, ^ey yew. aluo ac- compAnltd home by i Jlmmle Tipton, who remained with his cousin after the operation He will spend some time here before returning home j j Mr and Mrs Bernard Jaggers went to Walnut Hldgc today where they are to make their borne Mr Jaggers having accepted a position with the Arkansas-Missouri Power company, ' E M McCall, W M Scruggs and Charles 8 Lemons motored to Carulhersvllle last night for the Rotary «ipp«r meeting Uo make up'' a meeting they lost here . / Dr and Mrs Paul L. Tipton visited In Senath and Kcnnett Tuesday. Marcus Jletz of Jonesborp was « visllor here today In the Inter- eats o( his candidacy for prosecuting attorney Stccle-Cooter Society — Personal Mr. and Cooler Mrs, John Tucker ill last ... Josephine . of Blythc- • - ~*"wivj, ui njyijic- ville, was the week-end guest of Edna Oeorgf. Mmcs Elliott Willlains, Joe Hl.es, Jolin Craddock, William . -— -. „. Ellas, Graver Driver ami Louise V-UVH.T the latter* part of last Ml|< i*>n Mclienry were guests of week. The baby has been glvcn! Mrs Charlie MliTlin Tuesday Iho name of Mary Sue Before lnor "J«B when she was Jioslcss to her marriage .Mrs. Tucker Miss Gladys P»Uyi ' Mrs. Gerald Brooks li . tier parents In Marble »cck Mr. HU1 J1U1U . " •'--^.. "ill- nna JlUMl'.SS IO was If 161 ' rwo T»Wc Bridge club A W9 COUIM luncheon was served i picture for visiting and Mrs. Lynn' Young ' of near thk city announce the birth of an 8 1-2 po ulul bab bov at their home Uzl week The bauy Iws 'been given the name of James 'Charles. Mr and Mrs H L. CupDlcs and Thelma wwdy spent It.e past w«ek with relatives at 6a- vannah, Tenn""^ < f Mlsse.s Cleo, Ciurient and Christine Holloman <• are i wlsiUng rela ' ttm and . and the guest pj Hudson When tbe Baptist Misslonarv society met in the Uiureh audl- (01 him Tuesday aftcinoon with 14 members picient, a piogram lakeu fiom Hie Rojal Scivlce inas- azme on 'Good News of Kingdom ' Wi<S 1C<1 by Mrs Chas glveji by " Luxora Society — Personal " Miss Iff* Oeorge has returned from a lengthy Tlsit in Tucahoc, N Y, accompanied by h*r Ulster Mrs J N Samaha, and children, Junior and June ,who will »jslt In the home of her parents, Mi and Mrs. Phillip George for several weeks. j < Mr and Mrs Afisel Montgom- ciy of Kelser are spending this week with Mrs Montgomery s mi -"'• "- and Mrs j M Ma- cnls, Mr Jors. Mrs. H W Spann was a vlsi-' v>n , 1Itl vtfif) n vi lor hi West Memphis Mond»y Miss Maggie Sue Flemming returned home Monday night from prize to Mrs. T. D linen luncheon scL _ to Mrs. Loulio "»y, and tlie club Wilklius, ft The devotional was Mrs L P ' Hemming •An Im^hrary tri Pl wa 5 taken to the forty eighth, annual session of the Woman s Missionary Unit,,, which net In B - Fata] Disease Grips Two Boys, Balks Doctors EELLAIftE, O. -I'm boys aie slottij dying here iiom a •itianje disease tint phvslci u s find impossible lo tic.il, 01 r|W nose exactly " B The youois aie Jolin n, ., nd Mike, 9, sons of Mi. anj Ml !" Pelc Krlnciiko, of-Dillcs Botlnn roal imning camp si\ miles wc-i of. here. ^ The youngsters when Ihcj were were 7. Botli •: Have been growing slouly i^ise ,iml now it is Impossible for them to ill up In their beds in the Ohiu State hospital for crippled Unl- " " '"""" muiiaHy night from ""•' "ra'^i. tint, plns'ciai's Joiiesboro where she has bean In lmvc conlc (0 n diagnosis is tli u summer school at Arkansas state' tlle tllsrasc causes stow ucicri'ii i """""" "'on of (lie brain cells (hat con trol the nimcment of ihu 1 i ( |j Mrs Saiu Hnnna assisted by hci sister, Miss. Frieda Hamra t of Fulton Ky, was hostess to a linen shower and breakfast bridge iwrly complimenting Mrs D ,,0 Pafford, wlio was leaving mcr the weekend to spend several weeks ttlth relatives In Camden, Tenn In the bridge gjmes Mrs l j H Workman' was presented hos- iciy ns high score awaid, and M" C E Miller »« s present-1 «1 » powder Jar lor low score ward ,,,l! The two tables of bridge 1 nlay- -!rs 1 Included Mrs Pafford anil her gnrst, M is Byelyti Wfsmer.jo'f q?rpcien, iV Ten.i, 'Mines ' 3 - }i Workman N Koiiry. J w j^ b \ bins, C E Miller, Mllo G At- Wood and Carl Sheeley, all of Slccle, and MJ^ Hamra, of Pul. . . (UJUHI Mrs Lewis Lester 1 hostess Mr and Mrs. Hays Gowan and dmighler, Sue, were e ucbts of Mrb Sue Brown, mother of Mrs Gow «ii, Sunday. The Rev Jas T Handle pastor of the local (Methodist church will begin a series of revival services al Hiehtowcr, /riiursday Miss Rosa Lou Cooke, who has been attending Unhcruly of Ai- kuusas summer school for six «ecks, retuincd home Tuesday nccoiuiwnicd by her sister, Mrs' W J Wunderlicli, and Ihe latter s daughtei, Donna and Ann Voll- iner, of Blytheville c E Crablrcc motored to Lu\- oia from Avon Park, Pla, to ac company hb. wile home Mrs orabtiee has, been the guest of her jnrcnts, Mr and Mrs Taslor and her brother, Edward an<l-famii} of OsccoLi four weeks JoinLs become swollen aiul I last stages the palicni, loses his j mind Mr and Mrs Kenneth Wells of Flint, Mich, Were guests in the home of Mr and Mrs, R T Ballcw Monday Mr and Mrs Clifton IMrdm of St Lpuis were guests over the FUU, DELICATESSEN LINE Cheeses for all tastes Cold Meats of any kind Friill Juice & Ginger Ale FRESH YA'ttb EGGS DAILY PICKARD'S GKO. & SIEAT MAEKET Phone 073 —We Deliver Number Nine News Ultld Alfrlcdn Stcvall, who has hand/Is Improving Vicda Leo Turner and Leu. Baker, of Barficld, spent Snlm- ilay night tt it|i Bessie ~"'~i-" • — .v.«v r unity to spend several weeks wllh 'relatives in Kentucky. Mrs. Clarence Posey, her three ilaughters, and her mother, of Holland,, spent Tuesday afternoon with her brothel, Bill Hall md of Blyihcville, Mildred f* "' *-"Jf->'^\ HIV, spent Saturday night wllh Ionise 'riiomp.son. A. J, Caraway is ill with (lie mumps Mrs. Pfivl Collins and her babies suent Thursday ft. I'li.xico with her mother. Mrs. O, J. Whittle Little Norman Harris, s.on of Mr and Mrs. Jim Harris, ' is quite Mr. and Mrs. • John Hatclici WAKE UP YOU? LIVER BILE- WitEwil aW!-Ar>d You'll Jump Out of Bed ii Ihe Mwniag Ririn' to G» The Hver thoulil pour oiil Iwo ixjiinda of liquid Wlu into j'ourbou'eli t!ai)>-. It this bite is nolflowinKfrrely, your fooddwsiVl eldest It juatilccnya tn (he bowels. Gas bios LI up your stomach. You tfcr, constipated. Your whole syslcra (g imtsonn] and you fc«leour •unk and the world looks punk. Uxatltrea ar« only nmtteslilfts. A m«ra bowe! movement ilcxttn't RPtat Iherause. It tikefl tho.ic Kootf, old Carter's Little I.ivcr I'ilfl tojrct Ihtse two poundanf bHe'flgwms freely and make > ou feel "up an 1 up Harm J««, gentle, yet amazing- In making bile flo-* Ireoly. Aak for Carter's Lfulc Uver Fills by aune. Stubbornly refuaa inylhin» et«. 25c FACTORY TRAINED RADIO EXPERT Now at.nl.iMe for repairs on all makes of radios. 14 Years Experience Phone 233 Henry S. Werner at Hardaway Appliance Co. r OF ALL SPf?AYS KEEP AWAY FRO FLY-TOX (O,OOO Tests PROVE FLY-TOX the Best SURE DEATH TO INSECTS .1(1(1 family siiejit' Suii'day"" at '40 and a with'Mr.-Halcher's aunt' Mrs. Lou Ross. '• ' •" ,.. ' Mr. and Mrs. Paul. Colliils C i*i terlaiiicd Ihhty guesls mu. au ice -cieam supper and nnVv' COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN! Weds. - Thurs. FRANCIS « FLOREKCEN1C UTIKC'ALEla \IAN HUNTER .* FUM Knloa.l Plctur* uuL Nous inil ' (. Ii itiginjj oE (he Guard" w u h Sybil Jason. —Ailmission— , lif-10 i J'c—With it lav Tl'ESDVY, JU . S50.no BANK I.Y 28- NIGHT! lasl night Ji.xj S | n( . , !rook of Ihis city, Has rilled for Ihe 5150. = "C w^s not rrcscnl last nighl— liut she atlfndci) : ycsirr!laj's Mai- incc, rfgistcrnl and llicrcforc w;is entitled (o (he Bank Deposit. —COMING SOON— At The Ilitz SATURDAY, JULY 25 Special Midnite Show Charles Hickford in 'Pride of the Marines' Starts Promptly 11:30 P. M. —COMING SOON— T It A 0 T OK S, ' F LY-TOX JvlLlsPLIES-MOSaUITOES-SPIMBSBOTHER INSECTS "KARTHWOKM «ilh Joe E. . iOURS I OH Tilt ASKING' with Ocnrsjr Raft. ' "GRlfN I'ASI CUES'- „,(,, Kev Iilfram 'IIHVrilJI ON '] lit ,ItAVGL". with Bin; Crosbv , , ,, "I'OOR LITTLE UICII CIKL,' with Shirley Temple and Alice Fa ye. •bllZl," wit], Jc ., n ] fur?0 , v an(i I ranch ot Tone. i Blytheville, Ark. .. for tobacco properly aged You can't make a good cigarette out of new tobacco... it's something like putting new wine in old bottles. It might look all right, but it certainty wouldn't taste right. Ageing improves tobacco just like it does wine. Chesterfield tobaccos are aged foi- three years...it makes them mellow, mild and fragrant ., - it makes them win Twice a Week 45-Piece Dance Orchestra UNDUE HOSTIIMEU-COHBUCTO* *1TH KAY THOMPSON AND »M HEATHMTOK AND IK tnrmm swats ta., 7 P. «. ic. s. i.i—™.,B P.M.K.S.T.I COIUMBIA flEIWORK 0 WS,

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