The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 27, 1936 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 27, 1936
Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS , Social Calendar WEDNESDAV'S EVICTS Woman's club having meeting at ch'b house, 9:30 A M THURSDATS EVENTS •W, M. S. First Chinch of the Nazarcne, meeting at chuich. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Dutch tunchcon chib meeting »ilh Mis A C. BlanUnshlp. Mrliiodisi Youiij People Ta K^ll> The county o/ganlvntlon of >oung' i>eople in Methodist chur- chea will meet at Keller Tuesday night, 8 o'clock, for a socin meeting on the church lawn. This wilt follow n covncil meeting a 1 7.30 o'clock. « ' * - 4 Ha\c Picnic. ' Mr. and Mrs W. G Maxvvtl and Mr. and Mis Ray Hall hat a picnic suppei last night 'a : Walker Park for Mr. and Mrs J. R. Pittman, of Ilia Bena, MLss parents of,Mrs. Maxwell and Mrs Hall, anil Mi and Mrs J. A Ccleman ayd son, Frank, also o Itto. Bcna, and Jack Biooks o Memphis, houiogucst of Hair: Maxwell. :The guests .'included members o! theji families heic and s>evein boy fucnds of Harry Maxwell Club !V?c«is. The. Fortnightly club was cn- lertatncdt by Mrs W. H llolcomn Thursday atlcinnon v\hcn she ser\e<l a frozen fri'Jl salad, will: brown bread and iced l«;a. af^ci the guests hnd played cards. Mis E L' Halo' won an Italian cul work 'towel foi the pike. * * * Miss Allicrf.i Klllolt Weds James Kleliard l^-ni Announcement \vas madr; lodes' of, tlir ruarilagc of Miss Albeita Elliott to'James Htchaid Lewis, or Cariithersvillc. The wcildhig w'as 1 solcrnn>;ed June sixth aT MRIIOII with (he Rev w M Pr.ill, pailoi of the Hrst Bap- list church, performing Ihc service at his home The bride wo(e an amnmatiue knit dress with white acccssoi- ieif Her Elstei, Mrs J I) Neely wore a brown and white pi inlet! crepe with white accessoiies Mr. Neely was the bndcgroomV best. man. jjMrs, Lesyis, who, \s the 'daughter of Dr nnd Mrs • 1\ H. Elliott, attended school h'ere. Mi. Lewh who h the son of Mis J R lewis., and- the lale Mr. Lewis, of Oi\r,utiicisvine, , Ityed In this city a'number of years ago when lie was In (.he colton business He is now dcniily cncnit courl clerk of'-Pemlscot county. Mrs I«wls will go lo Cnnilhers- \illc Wc<lncsday lo join Mi Lewis \Vornan-s Club Will "~ Have Important Meeting. Mrs E- F ' nlomcyci, president (.1 thq Womans club, has issued a call fo all formci and present members of the club, and other women Interested in the club to attend an Important meeting at the club house Wednesday niorn- ing,v9:30r ; o'c!ock. ~ * * * Son Born r Mr and Mrs Jesse H Webb announce the birth of a son Saturdaj at Ihcir home on West Ash street The baby, v,ho weigh ed seven pounds, has been named Jesse Herring Wctjb jr. Scouts Will Plan Their Summer Activities Tonight Member? o[ Troop 38 of the local Boy Scouts nil) meet ,vt the Christian dnirdi social hull tonight, when plans 7,111 be completed for 51-iumcr activities This grc p. under the leadership of William oarrigan, \Uio was appointed, by \v L-;oii Smith jr junior assutant scoutmaster, will mark hou^ iwmten on all curbs in front of Blythcviltc residences This Kill be doiiQ, with the pcrmisslor, of Ihc city, v, a project to promote cily improvement By inaikmg the curbs Ihc troop beliefs that people inotor- ing will tc more able to distinguish Ihe house ni'mbcrs Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. T. j. Crowdei- lias returned from Mule, where she spent a month with her daughter, Mrs. Mnury Widely, and Mr. Waddy. Mis. Lllllc Mivo Ilnlclicr mid Miss (rcnc Crowdcr motored over for her, , J. Samuel Landrum spent yesterday In Holly Springs, Miss. Miss Mabel Hogi\n, Atlss 'fhclina Wells, Miss Mabel Jo Wilson. Mis. Jess Homer, Miss Jessie Srllc and Mrs. Clydt! Wilson spent, yesterday at Keener Springs, Mo Susie Taylor, dniiehler of Mr. and Mrs. llnrnntn Taylor, returned Sntnrdny from Dycisbui'ij, Tcnn., -wlierc she visited licr mint, Mrs. Cecil Lee and Mr. Lee. — W, Leon -Smith jr., will go to I'ine Dhilf tomorrow to visit relatives for .several days. Miss Ethel Uriiim plans to rc- tr-i-n to her homo In Mempbls 'lucsd.iy 01 Wednesday nflei a Uslt Mill) Mi. iinel Mil,. J. Nick Thomas. Mi. ami MI-, w H Mlnjnicl and niece, Susie 'Inyloi, spent y.s- tciday In Memphis' Jolin l,ay, of Hay! has been admitted to (ho SI ' Joseph's hos- liilal, Memphis Miss All.i IJciils, of C<\nilhc!:>- villc. Is a .ipntlcii.t, at, the Memphis Mclhodlsl liospilal. Miss Deity Lee McCutchen no- ccmnanlnl Mrs. Margaret ne LWc and son. liyion, of I'oitaiic ville, lo SI Louis, roi thr- weekend. Mis Ida Sue Hollls has ic- litincd to hci home In Mcinphl' -iftcr a bilcf slay wilh Mr. and WV«. - Oliver \Y. , Coppcdge and Miss Cmolju Piide Mi. nnd Mrs J L Thompson )i, spent Ihc vvcck-omi with Mi. and Mr.s Hugh Nelson Thompson before- rcliumng lo Memphis, foi i visit with iclallvcs They spend lliclv lithe, traveling over the United Slates. Mrs. Kiiox' L.. Wcub and' children lotmncd jeslmltiv fioni roi- rcst City: where they visited reln- tivc-i nnd attended (lie Peach rcslhal Mis J. L- Tliompson and son and diuighler. Jimmle and Miss Maiy Alice, were hctc today foi i biicf \lsit vvllli lelntlvet, en oule to Minneapolis, Minn, wlieic ll.iey will vlsil| Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jonci-nnd faiullj. MIS, Jones i» Mis 'Ihomfj.soiVb daughter Mr. and Mrs. Blbcii Huirmiui mvc • .returned from their vnca- lon spent in cape Qmndcaii, -ind Chaffco, Mo, Annn, III and Memphis. Mrs. Bitfield Sample, or Cam- hcrsville, has been admlUcd lo the SI. Joseph's hospital,- Memphis. MIS.-M. L.. M,arshall, or Wilson, s a r-ntlent at the Mcmpliis Bnp- Ict hcspilal. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. PlUman ind Mr. and Mrs. j.. A. C'olcnian •ind son. Frank, have rctunecl to their home" In lllu'Bcna. Miss, iflcr spending a few d.ijs wilh Mr and Mrs. Raj Hall and Mr nnd Mrs. W. O. Maxwell and heir families. Mr.- and Mrs. Heiikcrl Welen- tainp".returned Thursday from Hardy, where they spent a month by'Pajama* Flag A lijlle American ingenuity, and some red, while, and blue pajamas served to protect Eleanor O'Kanc, above, from lianri during the .Spanish rebellion. I'ashionmg, !nn American Hag from Ihe pajnnias, Ihe Philadelphia girl IniiiH it from the window of her room in Madrid,! where: she is studying, to •broadcast her neutrality.,"' Mrs. Wctcnkaiiip's brother, Jame.s ..Terry, \ylip lijid hocn there for a week. Ml'.i. E. :u. Spraybcrry, accompanied by. Mrs. K. 15. Gallop, of Ltixora, left Sunday for a two \vcckr, visit with relatives at i'onloloc, Wlss.. Jack 'Brcoks, of Memphis, | s Ihc guest of Marry MaxwelL son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ci. Max- wel.l. ..,.'• : Mrs. J. C. Crln'cv, Mrs. J. L Tyrone,. Mis:: Ellen Morn; and Miss Mary Hayes have returned •home from an eight day* motor trip \vhlch look them a,4ni iuHc« T'hcy visited Detroit and Poiiliac. Mtch., ou-the Oreat Lakes, and nl Toronto, Canada, where (hay altc'iidcd » iuciiiorlal service for a general who luul passed uwny. Mr. and M.CS. Louis Applcliauin left, yesterday for Dallati where they will attend the 1 Centennial for a week. They were accompanied to Te.xarkana by Mrs. J. I'.; Filcnd and' son, R. A. Mrs. Vcrnon /rhouuisson, of S( Louis, lias nrrlvcd to spend a monlh with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. w. E. Olllesple. . ' • , spend the month of August wilh her 'parents at Marsha.ll, Ark. Mi's. Jim Plttmaii nnd daughter, Helen, left yesterday for a week's, vlsil In St. Louis as the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Fnink Klikpati'lck. Cliarlcs Carter was a visitor" to' Canitbersvllle yesterday. Miss Jean Donaldson of Macon Oa,, and Mte Sa»lc Donnldsoi' of Atlanta returned to their homes Saturday after a week's visit here with their slser, Mrs. J. s. Mc- Canls. Mr. and Mis, W. I,. Qrlgsby Wd Mr. and Mis, C. I,., Orlgsby were dinner guests of Ihelr brother, Frank Crlgsby and wife, ii lilylhevillc Saturday evening. Tom Henderson, former 'manager of Osccola Lumber Company but now president of the Haynes- vlllc Lumber Company, llayncs- vllle, La., spent Saturday night hero wilh .Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McCatHs. He was en route'home I from a business irip to - Owc'rus- I Ijoro, Ky. Mrs. O. D. Moultrlc and ton Paul, of Blylhcville, spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. J E. Counts and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. .Smitl spent the weekend In Slloam Sin-Ings as the guest of theh son, Jim Tom Smith. U'inan Shcddan left Friday for a two weeks visit with friends In Dallas, Texas. Mrs. Sarah Johnson of Memphis, was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dillnrd Mrs. E. A. Tcaford, joung |>co- pic's leader of the Baptist chuich accompanied Tom Pale, Marie Height and Ambrose Teafovd - to the state Baptist camp at Fern dill, near Little Rock, jcsterday Mrs. M. E. McDcarinan h II at her home In the Lapidcs apartments. Miss Nell Springer left for he home In Florence. Ala., yesicrdaj after a visit of two weeks here with the family of her brothel V. b. Springer. Mi 1 , and Mrs. Dick Creel are Ihe parents of a daughter bon nl their home In the laptdc 1 apartments moinlng Slie has been named Marhn Jovcc Mrs. Creel Jewel Connls. formerly. Miss Osceola Society — Personal Jimmle Dunn rcturtied last night from a len days visit wllh an, aunt In CJicnada,' Miss'. lie left today for the Baptist R. A. Camp at, FeinclitT, 'near Little Rock, making the Irip with 'Mrs. Frances R. Bogan of Hixora and Mrs. Flossie Barnes, of Lcpanld, who will attend an Eastern Slnr meeting there -tonight. • T, "' ----j - ( .w..u .. ,I,U,,L,I. Mrs. C. L.' Grip.sbv and dauph- Ihcy were accompanied home by ler, Peggy Lou, left jSrdaylb Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Toolc and daughter, Helen, .spent Sumday with relatives In Bloomnrlri Mo Mrs.- K. j. Kearney returned Saturday from a vacation spent in Riplcv, Tcnn. » Miss, Evelyn Roberts, a erad ite of the Marlncllo . Beauty rchool, Memphis, has accepted n iwsttlon with Ihc Borum Beauty Shop. Miss Roberts Is a sisller of Mrs. V. L. Sprlngci Miss Ethel Gene ReMiolch of Pltlsbm-B, Pa., Is Ihe guest of Miss Marjnrlc Doyle. She is to be complimented with a tea In the Prq- Rrcssive Club room tonioriow af- Icnioon. I R. H. Jones vislled his sister, Mrs. Ed Pitlman. at Carson Lake over the weekend. Hello, Big Boy! (17 3-4 Pounds at Birlh) A.V'KJ* <**/*i ,,^w,^V|^ ^'•v V>.>?•?*£'< MONDAY, JULY 27, 1D3(5 chest, Dr. Aden Macintosh certified Ihe Wrlhwelsht largest newborn baby so far recorded, it Is nearly' Wins Life uiul Rouia.u-e ORDERS TAKEN FOR "BERNAT" YARN INSTRDCTIONS FREE Mrs; Leslie Hooper Mrs A C. Haley 1100: Chicfcnsawbi ?hone 792 MANLEY TOURS Wm. I en Hotel, Memphis •Ml *• Expense Tours to Dallas each,Sat., $23.00 Mrs. E. A. Traford O««ila,*Ark. Thenc 101 Be Secure Insure your growing crop: Against damage'by hnil. THE FARMERS BANK , AND TRUST CO. INSURANCE DEPT. O'al Warns of Ccnli|vdc TULARE, Cnl. (UP)—Mis Mi cj 'Thompson is not nulte sure nhe- ther her pet Persian fit saved her life or whether sl-e raved Ihe cat's lire. When the cat saw a six-inch centipede ccerinng irp on Its mistress, it, hissed, llien dived under the, stove. Mrs". Thompson seized a bioom. and killed the centipede. ; SILVER MOON NIGHT CLUB Presents GILL WILSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA "The Sweetest Orchestra of the South' 1 Dancing. Every Night Regaining At 9P.M. —I'BATUHING-- KAI-IMI -WINTERS. "WhislKV Oil! Wilson's orchestra has beeii selected by Cciin Magazine, bcokcra and Instrumental perlormtrs, as otic of Ihe sweetest orchestras ot the Soi-th. oill Wilson has played 10 weeks at the Embassy Club. Yourgstown, o.. 5 weeks at Rendezvous Villa. Youngslown, 15 weeks at Idan-fla Hotel. Cape Girnrdcnu, 4 weeks nt Hotel Noble, Dlytlicvlllc. ft weeks at GaMcs Club, Blkcston, nnd numerous other places. C. Bailey, Manager, - Invites You to Dance at the Silver Moon Seek Divorces Cecil Howard has filed suit in chancery court hero against Grace Howard, asking a divorce on the ground or desertion. E! E. Alexander, is attorney lor the plain- tilt, i Mrs, Agues Turner DayLs has fllcrt. suit against C. W. Davis, asking a divorce on the ground of desertion. Her attorney is Robert A. Wesl of Manila. J. L. Cosnci- has been Granted decree, on the gro-jntl or de-1 scrlion, from Mary Cosncr in an imcontcsled action. Pauline Fimlley lias been granted a decree on the around or Indignities in another uucontestcd action. • Gruelling months, that he spent in courtrooms and in the shadow of the jatlows brotght conception lo David Lamson, foirnei press executive nt btnnford University, when they led indirectly to >ns romance «lth Ruth Rankln, vUth whom ho is ihovin abo le after they had filed notice of intention to ncd Damson met the comely screen and magazine writer iftc. he had B ono to HolljvvMxl to col- laboiale on a scenailo he Ind unllen in the death house He was freed aftci facing juries four limes on a charge that he had killed his wife, Altaic. Figure on Shrine Resembles Bishop Hearing a vescmblance lo Dish- up Mk-luicl Gallagher, friend nnd ecclesiastical .suiK'iior or Father Charles E. Conghlm, fhis relief is the central riaure. on Ihe lower of Ihe radio priest's new Shrine of the tic Flower ;il Royal Oak, Mich. Tlic Detroit bishop recently sailed for Rome, where, it was rumored, he might discuss Father Coughlin's polilicat nc- tivitics with the Ara, Era, Ira, Ora, and Ura are the names of live sisters in Jackson, Ala. KOLl TUESDAY 2 HOUR SALE FROM U TO r> 1'. M. Ladies Summer Dresses Tuesday only, for two hours, we place on sale two groups < I Dresses consisting o f Vciles, Dotted Swiss. Eyc- Icttes and Batiste. Regular 51.98 to S2.D5 values. $1.58 and $1.79 50,000 Extra Votes given with each dress. New Economy Bee Brand In«ect Powder kills crawling insects 32% quicker, because it's ground finer—into more killing particles per ounce. Ask for it by name. Kill Fining fnsccis with Bee Brand Insect Spray. Contains 47% Extra Killing Power W% more pyrelhrins). McCounick & Co.; Inc.; B^Jtirnore; Md. 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