The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 23, 1936 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 23, 1936
Page 5
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Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENT'S Dutch Luncheon club inciting with Mrs. Roy Head. Executive hoard, Woman's' Missionary society, Second Haptist church, mectins at- church, 3 0. E. S. yicnic at Walker park, 6:30 p.m. ' Hriilc Complimented With Tea Wednesday.- Tlic 50 guests wlio attended tlic ten Wednesday afternoon given h) Mrs. M. T. Moon and hev daughters, Mrs. W. P. Cootey, of Joiner mid Mrs. •>• Cecil Lowe, were introduced to Mrs. J. Morris Moon who was before her recent mar- riuge, Miss Kathleen Guilttier, of Meni|i',iis and Paragouid. 'the Moon hmiss was decorated with bouquets of pink roses in car- ryins out a pink and green, motif us'used in the dining room. The lace covered table had a centerpiece- of roses, in a green bowl and pink and. green mints were served with punch, cookies and nuts. Mrs. P. D. Smith welcomed fiio guests in Hie 'dining room and Miss Frances Holland pa-side!! at the refreshment table. Included in the guests was Mrs. Robert Smart of Richmond, Va., who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D.-Ferguson.' Jlavt; 1'icnir. Dr. and Mrs. F. I,. Husband entertained 50 of fnclr friends with a picnic last night at Walker park. It was a "fried chicken" suppei with "enough for everyone," as the invitations said. Supper was s;rve;l in [ha twilight while tiro negroes played guitars. Later the parly went to t'i-ic hut, where they danced. Girdcy Meet Circles of the Woman's Missionary Sccicty oi the First Mclh- ccllst church held meetings Monday aHcrnocn Mrs. J. W. Adiimi cnlcrtametl circle 1 when Mrs. Algic Bishop gave the devotional. The 12 present were served .1 ailatl plate with iced tea. Circle. 1 ; 2 and 3 met at tile church for a joint meeting when the Rev. W. V. Woinek gave the icrscn c» Stewardship, taken Iroiii the study book. Eleven members attended circle 2 and four 'inaribcrs oi circle 3 were present. Mrs. J. D. Barksdale and Mrs. John Sinothcrman entertained circle -1, at Mrs. Barksdalc's country liome when ten attended. Mrs. Charles L, Wylic save tlic study before the social hour in which ice cream and acke wc-e served. • Daughter Born. •:. A. daughter- «-as born- yesterday at the^Memphis St. Joseph's hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mecllin of Cariithcrsville, Mo. Son Horn. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox jr., of Osccola, are parents of a son born St. Joseph's hospital, ft * * O. E. S. to Have :L ricnic. The local chapter of the Order of tlic Eastern star is plaiinin- a picnic• for Friday, 0:30 pm.. at Walker nark. Each member is to lake a basket lunch. Hornersville Society — Personal i Draped Sleeves'j Bits of News Mostly Personal LOVELY summei evening u own oi sa!t crc Pc «i a subtle shade of'dusty rose has an interesting girdle that ties low about the hips and a flattering neckline. The upper part, of the bodice is draped intricately to form little sleeves which cover lite shoulders. It is finished with rhinestone clips. (From Stein & Blaino, New York) Gosnell News ' 'Mr. and Mrs/Frank Cook, of California,, are visiting relatives here They, formerly lived 'here. Mrs.. Loralla Grimes and sons Everett ond J. D., visited relatives 11 Hornersville, Mo., last week. Little Peggy Ann Clark is sick Mr and Mrs. Frank Cook. Mrs. -Myrtle Seville and Mrs. Williams drove to Hornersville and Arbyrd Tuesday. Miss Louise Recce is sick at the liomc of her mot'her, Mrs. Mattie Bunch, of Yarbro. Mrs, Asia Moody and her sister, Mrs o. HolJoway and the biter's children spent last" week at Marked Tree, Ark., with relatives. Tlic Holloways are from south Bend Ind. Daniel Carter, of Three Rivers Mich., is visiting his sister, Mrs Jerry Franklin. •Mr. and Mrs. W. Hawkins, of Kentucky, WDrc guests Sunday hl of.Rube Beville. T. l,. Joyuer, of Gideon, MO., Is n l>alient al the Memphis Baptist Mrs. W. P. Cooisy rcliiriied la her home In Joiner today after a brief visit v.'llh 'iicr parents, Mr. and Mrs. M! T. Moon. Miss Pauline.Ciarrett; of Caruth- ersvllle, has been admitted to the Memphis Methodist iMxsullnl. Mr. and Mrs. P. E, Cooley, w, W. Hollipetcr and son. Rush, vent to Memphis fnls afternoon to sec "Green Pastures." Mrs. lid cook, of Hornersville, Mo., has been' admitted lo the Memphis Methodist hospital. Miss Virginia Perkins, of Cos- J'.cll, and Miss Lillian Ledbellcr spent tlic weekend with. Mr. niul Mrs. Ployd Sharp and son, Billic Edward, at Dogwood Ridge. Tnomas Stewart has returned tiome iiflcr spending a few weeks 'vith relatives In points of Tcimss- Littlc Charles lieece, of Colfax, •a., is spelling the summer vacation with his grandparents, Mr. ind Mrs. Evern Reecc. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jones and Mrs. Jones' father, o. N. Hawkins ve-rc called to MorrlHon, Ark b«- eausc of .the death of Mrs. Hawkins mofner, Mrs. R, A. Baird, last night. Mrs. Hawkins anil daughter, Evalou, have been there for some time Mrs. c. n: Maddux, who has been at, Hill's Clinic in Memphis for ten weeks following an . accident in which two pelvic hones were fractured, w as brought 'home today, she s now abl= to walk with the aid of braces. Mr. Maddux ami his nephew, J. CJcil Lowe, moiorcd down for her. Mr. and Mrs. Maddux who have b=en living at the Lou-., rioine, have taken a c. S Ba»Ectt apartment. . ' ' ; ..' ' Miss Virginia Martin, who 1ms been attending s umm e r . school at the University of Arkansas, Fav- ettcvillc, has returned home Mrs. Roscoc craflon and children, of Little Rock, are guests of Mrs. s. P.; era f ton and other relatives. Thsy were accompanied here by Mrs. S. P. oration; who re- i turned -1:01110 after visiting In Coii- I way and Lllllc Rock. Roscoe Cruf- 1 ton, who was here early in Hie week on business, has returned home. . , Mrs. L. E. old Is at Wllliams- btn-g. Va., for the summer term at William and Mary college. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wlllcy will leave s.ilurduy for n week's vacation to b2 spent in Little IJork ami Hot Springs. C. H. Norwood, of Chicago, intended to business here today. Mv. and Mrs. Jim Harwell and ton, and lillbo Cilllssrt returned last night from onllns, nOicre Ibey nl-, tended t'.is centennial. Mrs." oil-1 belt, who iiccomimnled lliem to] Dallas, remained at Tcxarkana for ! louser slay with rclallves. Mrs - Edgar isorum has gone lo • COOLEST SPiiT JN TOWN! TOO LATE TO " I-'OIl KENT Ihrce room house, w a:er, furnished, apply 621 South Ltike street. 23-pk-30 LADIES' SUMMER SLIPPERS $1,47 and ff 4 ' f\Jf* $1.98 SPECIAL VALUES C, GANSKE Mrs. Tolbcrt Brewer,' of Cardwell, is spending the week here with lier mother, Mrs. Earl Ruffin. Ray Manctt left Monrt.-.y for Louisville, Ky., where he will spend a few days on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McCaleb, of Savannah, Tciin., are here visiting the former's pnrcuts, Mr. and Mrs R. M. McCalch. Bob Ellis-and children moved Saturday to Blytheville. D. A. Ruffin vSTiled relatives at Senath Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ruffin lift Sunday for - Farmington to visit! their daughter, Mrs: Bailcv Wali-- cr. • Mr. and Mr.?. Bennio Lambert Mr. an;i Mrs. GilbDrt Williams and sons, Russell Wcltion and Luthvr Tillman, of Paragould, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. willard Mizell Friday. . * Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Kirkman entertained Friday with a dinner. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Marsh, and daughter,' Miss Glenn, aiid son, Edison, and Edgar nray. of Dcech Bluff Tenn Mr and MrS. A. J. Barnett, of Arbyrd, Mr. and Mrs. j. o Cravens and son,. J. o .. of Cardwcl!. GMc war<l nn<1 B!lrl Fletcher, of * i Knioh| V ^"' ec irrii[:ncr i Mrs. Riley v ' H^™ Ili ;. Ar<ftl Yo '>»e and W.' Read Courier News Want Arts. ofLittlp'i rS - CIyt1 ° C ' pf Little Rock, arc here visllins the former's.sister. Mrs cinrl I". Kirkman, and family Clarence Wilkins went' to Mcm- p'ns Monday for his niece MiL Helen Williams, «'no has b 'ecn ' ' J-rance contains 20,320000 fc males nnrt 18,414,000 males. | Bakery Specials ALL DAY - - FRIDAY, SATURDAY'& SUNDAY Caramel Layer Cake, each 19c Oatmeal Cookies, doz. 8c Fruit Honey Roils, each Ic Large Coconut Pies, each 14c Special for Bidereg Hour, 5 to 6 p. m. only, 'Friday, Saturday and Sunday Walnut Wafers, doz. 3 C iiot Cinnamon Rolls, doz. 8c Cream Honis, each 3 C (limit) : ' : " Hoi Raisin Bread,-loaf 6c Hot Piain Rolls, doz '''I' 5 C Hot ParkcrJiousc'Rolls; (J OZ( ; s c Special,, Civci , A]| S ^ M ^^ Blytheville Baking Co. Pttnvi? * »» *^ Last Time Today / FRANCIS ' |\lAN.'HU'N'TER'i." 1 . I" -* * j '» l W«'lonal I'lcluta • I'ariiinciii'il Ncns and "ClianuiUf of the Guiu-d" wllif. Sybil Jason' —Ailinission—: : NilTht—10 & 35c—With Ic Tax Friday - Pal Night i Adulls Admillcii. for i 1'r.icc of 1 All Childrcii—lOc : PUBLIC WIFE Vcicc'b'I- Experience and Ccincdy —Admission— iBliiirc—in He 25c--Wilh IB Tax KiKhl—JO ft Sac—With Ic Tax —COMING' SOON— Al The m\y. SATUHDAY, JULY 25 Special Midnite Show Charles JUit'kfonl in Tride of the TUESDAY, JULY 2R— S50.00 UANK NKJHT! —G SOON— "[•.AimilVOICM Tit AC TO Its,'' «'illi Jou f>. iiroiin. OUIIS FOti Tin: ASKING" wilh Ocorjc Haft. liKfiX t'AstUlti:S" wilh Hex Ingrain. |"KIIVTO|» ON THE HI Mi King Ornsljy. 'POOR MTTI.K 'men , with Shirley Temple anil Alice! T.iyc. "SU/V," win, j can l''rancliot Tono. ROXY Thursday - Friday July 23 - 2.1 'The Life of Christ? A Sin^inc- and Talking Picture | 0 6|>t>ini so\crnl <lnjs Upon hci uluiu houit lomouov, iilt" Kill bl. ilCl01ll|)lllll-| hj IlLl cluiitlitu Mlto Mmj Ell/il)>lh, who ins IxCH vlslllin; Mi&sis liiululi JH'llo mid Uiii-iiclle Unutlry ill Llt- H« Hock. Jliiiinli. i,» c uiooks. ut Ulllo och, has nrrlvccl lioine lor a visit. Mis I'lul c Avoj iuul i.ul- i'i'", of 1'ortHgcvlllc, were giiealii of Mif, Aui) •) shtci, Miss I'.uillno Tu, Slliftihy til til,; itoinc of Ml mid Mrs, Henry lliiinplircy. Singing School Will Open Monday £.t New Liberty 1) Jcidnn, of Don uill cun- a. singing ^liom , lt y,,, Nuv ehurcli, Ueginnliig Monday find continuing for ID d ijj Inir will Iwgin al 8 JO nm 'onlimii; until 4 pm Auto Accident Victim Regains Consciousness A\pry ICUlent )j)(ick Qik joiitli. inasl scilomlj nijuicd of tlucc ]>ci- l oiib hint in mi unto ncclclenl ncrtr Dell ycsicrdiiy ^ ported in an ImprovSt condlttoo at th« Blytlievilte hospital («i»jr t Kniglit suffpred a concuwlon' \\licn a car In wJuch'lie uas ri ovulurned w O Hardeman, tic Ilock wlcbinnn, and j'c pinch," 1 JonesDqro joutli, also suireredlln-' Juries Ihrco hitchhikers riding w' tlic icar scat of the car, \icre r' Injured ; , DEPT, STORES ra ^S?==a5Sfflar=-=-B = s- S j. ! ^ R jDAY-SATURDAY-MONDAY-Jul y .24-25.2- St'iisiitioniil Viiliii'S! 69c Full Fashion SILK HOSE 39c pi. cliilVons, sliui'i- iuul I'lcnr Some vvilli liicu tops. Very ,sli i in ])C'i'f eel i tuts. ^12 and ,15" IL UNULIil/VCil!«;] MUSi:,I.N. Per Yii 5c Lnsl Call! Metis $5.9f{ and ^(J.98 Sumttieif Wash Suits Mvcry suit Sanrni-i/.cd. Nulls, gu iiidines and Inijiical worsted. Ut pricctl for inimcdiafc dearnuco. Kiws JM In .12. Men's liiuu S WASH PANTS Siics ;iS lo -13. All Iciistlis. , 98c Mid-Summer Clciiraneu of Ladies White SHOES All styles miil heels. n.OO-n.34-*2.14-*2.64 R Q J I:1 "' I '< 1 <1 ' Snowy white DeClHIiciSs-ilciil)!,. li;,i siw. iSheets J'i'rc f r o ,sl;irrli, Anollicr New Shipmant Special I'urchiisc Ladies' Blister & Sheer Dresses Il:irk Cclor Illistpr Slirrr.s in \Vinl 1 , Navy nncl llrran. ,\l\n nil I'.isli'l Similes and Wiitc lihstcr Xhctrs and oilier sheer materials. llcv? stvfcs Mian yoii'ic ever .seen tjcforc in any slcrk. Ktilar Sl.ii!) Values. !!;i(islcrs. Sli;intitnirs And (ho New Ccmplclu KI'/C ?l CelnneK'j Polo Shirts New sjioii liaclts. Soiiil wlillr, liluu' mid niiilzc' <\lso itiTiitoiie clitM-Uij. NVvi'r ulfri'c'ili at this loi) 1 jirlcn lic'forc, 66c Ladies Rayon Panties Boys Sport Shirts Actual fin e .Values •Sre (he iiuallty of (liCie shirts. Full cut. Whiles, a, iid f.iiifies, All bircs'. I aii;p full ml. Come s«'c (lie miiterlals In tins.' (.irmcnts. Si.ll- rti at 25i'. Mens Dress HOSE Am! Work Soclts inl. ' Pair Men's Slrnw HATS t To Sl.!) r > Tin so hats' water- nicnl. 98c M«.n's I'l-c-Shrnnk Wash Pants lly virtue uf ,i siici'lal liiiih.isc «i>»arc able lo oll'ei (his t.iurc- .is- Korliiu-iil nl Ilili I OH in Ice. Sec (lie fabrii.,. '*»}' lcm;tli 79c Men's Broadcloth Pajamas K<-K. 5I.9S \iiluc 98c fl/l Unbleached ' il Sheeting', SI inche.', ivido. ' Siiecial al 16c yd. Inth PRINTS H)c value. Si)eti,i[ l''oi- Only 71-2cyd. Children's , Sheer Dresses R«,'uliir flSc \aluc. Ail .summer ma(cr- ials. 39c--59c Ladies' Hand Embroidered' l'i)r(o ' Gowns sixes. Ladies Slips Fine (afTeiit s''ips with I! rows of laces al haitoin. Styk'.s: bodice top and V-neck. All sites. u'3c value. Dress Sale! Dress Sale! !!crl: ' s lhc Vainc of the "1 Actual gl'ValK ,4'^V, AND /wM'rK^ OL (4 •!(,";'U dil P;^TQ fyl'n \Jp\* ***'*• E>W 4^ J. O \\u Ky/ ^ ] * (o )6 ' \\ll Scilini; every(\l,\ where ;it $1.00. l 59c Sec Graber's For Values!- Thririy Shoppers. Chctk This One MEN'S WORK SHIRTS Compare and Save! ! IJltic nr srcy nilli teo-bullnn nnrkrfii. ( slylr, Cirl inrgf niid rnoniy. I'inc wfc Clnmt.r.iy. Ccmr, snp lhc qlul- lly. Li.-nilr<l ifiUKlUits. SIKH H',<. to 17. 29c

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