(ABK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 28,- 1936 Social Calendar ^ J: v V lm - "PI 11 ^^f~T ' "WEDNESDAY'S •^i j^fpauHi's, club haying meeting , (Ut cli'b house, 9 3p A M. T-f*' Bible study of Church, or Clmst "mating 2 30 P M'with Mrs E D Bakei. Business women's elide, rir^t Baptist chinch, meeting al church "for siinjier, C 30 P, M THURSDAYS rvnfre , W. if S, Fhst Church of the Nazareno, meetjng at church Mrs Jess lloruei l\a\ln; piano recital, Fust Piesbjlerlan chmc'i, 8PM .FRIDAY'S EVENTS Dutch Luncheon club mectinj Vth Mrs A C Blgnkcnshlp » Executive boa 11, W M U 'First Eiptist chuich, meeting with "' Mrs He.rm.in Walpolc, 2 30 P M Natty on Ship or Ashore ' ' Baptist Cirrlcs Steel Circlps of the Womin's Missionary union of the First Baptist church held meetings Monday aftcinoon Mis O W Afflick cnlcitalned Cnclo 1 when five members attended Mrs W M Bh>tcck used Psnhn 1 foi the devotional befoic tlie business session, presided over bv • Mrs Will Rogers, who .said the ' clcsirs i)r3,vcr Lemonade and cfl'^ v\^rc served • The 11 members who attended Chcle 2, which met at the (.ninth, heard Mrs E W Simmons jjtvc • the devotional, from Luke 10 Mrs Giy Ma \well_ off (.red prajoi Mrs Walter Bhhop conducted the business session In the social j^hour Mrs > Theodore Logan and, •^ Mrs * Bishop served cold dunks if^lusd^ opoklfs aJ-jjiMrs*' 'Rukstll Pan and Mrs ""P^H ^ttoynes entertained Circle 3 'at the* Fair home when the 11 "" present included a new nicmbci Mrs Robert Grimes Mrs Hiy- nes gave the dcvotloi.al w 1 ' Faith' and Kindness' and lire • Bible btudy was taught by Mrs j R E Bins lock M" Blaylcck ! and Mrs AHIn Huffman offered ' prayers: The bislness session was f presided ovtr bj Mis lilaylock I Circle 4 met with Mis Tom \V I Jackson when 16 attended Miss I Margaret Prnltt THIS u visitor • Mrs Leslie Mooie led the dove-. ] tronal and prayers were offered ', by Mrs Mooie and Miss Pruitt t Mrs Jackson presided ovei llic i business session before Mrs Harry ] Fritzius taught tho Bible lesson . Mrs Jnckson mid Mrs Alfred ; Carpenter served Ice creom and J cake '• ', r 'Mrs AUin Hardy used the filth 5 chapter of Matthew foi the de" t %otional which she conducted t in £ theVmeehng « church Afrs Circle, 5 nt the If L chambers • nnd Mrs Hattio Recce offered J pra>crs Mn> Kendall Berry gave i^ Oft niissmi^ sluly befoic the bus| iriess N session, presided ovei bj \ NTS W A GrnnnicH t « > * | Many G.O To Hardy. -* Hardy was apparently tho most s popular resort foi Blvthcvillc peq- • pie this week-end with Gump nto t Vista thionged with \isltors from * this city Mr ind_ Mrs Fred Sandefui, i Miss Marguerite Matthews and s Dr W M Often relumed Sun , da\ afternoon after having been _therc for a week Miss Ruth ^Matthews and lYed Ilceman, who ,'liacl Lsen their guests foi three - dajs, returned h o m e Snnda) momrng . Mi and Mrs Paul Grccirai'll ^and Mr and Mrs W H Glover -. motored over Saturday joining J Mr and Mrs Robert Grimes nnc Mr and Mrs H G Partlow who had been there for a week Mr qnd Mrs T McHanc) •Comfort jirFurs Mrs. E. W. Abery and children, Fmily Jane and Nancy Earl,' ot Hiulclon HelBhts, N J , have arrived foi an extended visit with Mrs. Abcry's parents, Mr. and Mrs Joe S, DlllaJunily. Mis John (/. ;,ai..cy and clill- clicn, of New Orleans, are guests of Mi am) Mrs j well Brooks nnd Mr and Mrs 3 f f 0f . iythc 'IHey arrived Saturday Mi and Mrs J F. Holland. and 'lom W Jackson vvent to Hot Spiings caily today to be | with Mis Ray Jackson, whose ' condition bcc.nnc- more/ and her life was despaired pf bj phjslctans They went by the way of Memphis to nw?t Mis Jackson i fatliei, J c 'I human, of Hopkinfcville, Ky, who had returned home because of Illness alter having been, with his diU jlilcr most of tlie four weeks she has been at Hoi bpilnes cairol Blakemoie, who spent Sunday tlicic, has also returned home Hei Mm, J p Holland, had been over for several days, but returned home a few daj 1 , ago Om Lee Dodson and Louise D<xlj>on of Osceola, are patients at the Memphis, Eye, Ear, nose and Throat hospital Mr and Mrs A J Wicker, of Fl.u lake, spent the weekend lyith* Mi Wlckci s parents, Mr and Mib Taylor Wlckei Mrs Wicker remained hcic for a vieek's visit with Mr:, George Carney Mis Ch.irlcs Phillips U now iiiiniovliig iiftei several weeki be- I'loiis illness. Mrs Hiisscll Phillips and son, Russell, have returned home frorh n week's visit In Bldgctop, Tenn, vvheio they visited relatives. Mi, and Mis W T Burnett ind Mi' and Mrs John F l,entl hino returned home ftom Lake \lnn-tallorcd slacks and a nt-at mess Jickel of imvy gabardine nc just the things to tnke along on a week end ciiilse U fishing tiip Both aic completely pro-shrunk bj a shnduul proctsi *hl(.l» leaves nothing] (o Pie Nuptial Pailics foi Miss Vnginia Poitjs LEPANTO. Ark —-M Virginia Portis daughter of Mrs D p Pur^ 5T.- i° c Lfpanto, \\hosc nnr- hge lo r Wflllnin'H Cioss of Mn- non nlll bo soleinnlzcd in the rnrly p-,rt of August Is being complimented with u series of prc-nup- thl parties She and hei nance vvcic honored vvrth a diniici pally In the Twentieth Century room O f the Hotel Claildise, Memphis, given bv Col E \/ Houe/c, of Marlon Over a nundicd guests attended G C Dejcile, ot Lepuilo, ( and Bob GUIespie jr, o[ Luxora, .-•vent over Friday for n week Thej hart as their giiesls for tile week-end, P B Jovner and C «n Babcock Mr and 'Mrs L, V Wise and daughter, Pat arrived ai Cam] Bio Vista Sunday Mr and Mr- O W McCutchen, Dr Paul L Tiptcn and Mr and Mrs Sam >el P Norm, were TMth Mr and Mrs W D Chamblin Mr Chani- Llm also went o\er for the vvcek,- enU, and Ins nephew, Harrell 'Davis, came o\cr Saturday night to spend a weeks vacation there Mrs Chambhn,,hcr son Bill and .her niece, Patty June Davis, will ^come home Sunday, Mrs Cham- tlin and Bill having been there for five weels, Fatly June having jomed them two weeks ago Milton Sternberg was up for a lea days with Mrs sternberg, who plans to return home Friday after a month there Gene Bradlc> and Quincy Oliver Alexander motored up Saturday for the neck-end Darrol McDearman has taken a cottage for a week, having gone up Saturday night He plans to entertain several guests . Molly Guard Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs Charles Allen nnd daughter, Patsy Uuth, who are spending the summer there Mrs , , Biuo a bridge luncheon for MISS Poihs nt her home Thursday ilia nonorec was given a sin prise handkerchief shower rive table nigh prizes were gucn to Mrs j If Wealherlj, j[rs Alia SLObcy, Mrs Ben R Morris, Mrs Bcnton Oar- rclt and Esther Blndurskj They In turn presented their prizes as, JHs to Miss porlls Mrs T G Thompson and Mis Ouj Butler, sister of Miss 1'ortls honored her v.ll'h a ten at the home of their mother in the 10- eeivlng lino vvere Mrs Portls, Mrs Bntlci, Mis Thompson Mrs j i: Murphy and Miss Porlls Krs lliompson presented I'nc 50 guesh with pink lose bud boutonnleres Mrs Jo c Ward sister of tho honoree, presided at the tea service and Miss Mary Katherlne Muiuhy at the punch bowl 'onncr residents of this city. They arc now ovynprs nnd operators ol a benuly shop at Pontlnc Mis Vivian lieny of Birmlng- linm Ala, Is here Usltlng her biotlm and lib wife, Mr and Mrs. Johnnie Greer. \Vor<l has been icccived i>y' Mr and Mrs. G. c. Martin that their son, Enrl, a member of the 1930 einihiillng class hns icceived a scholarship nt Wnslimeton Unl- vcislt>, where he will take up tho stud) of medicine in the fall Foi the past, few "months he lias been employed In St. Louis. Mr. iind Mrs. Wolf Khouiic and children returned Sunday (.veiling f loin thci.i vacation, spent in the O^aiks' and al Cairo, 111 am: nillon, Kj Th(,v vvcic accompanied by Mrs. Khonrie's sister. Mis L Khouiic and daughter, Lorcne, of Cnho, who will visit S> '&: '(> <"V x ^ A/*': -< How to be comfortable with a fur co^t on Is the subject of this little optical tieat Patty E'ark- ei, Washington society beautj, opens wide he ermine wrap she Hamilton, near Hot Springs, The mcxtcl '> m » f"r co»t_fashion show Hayti Society —Pei sonal Ivan Allcij, who is emplojed nl ' hcie a few dnjs and HIDII go op lo Paingould, Aik, 'vhcrc she will visit Mrs. Sam Hamra. i\fis J T Nnnlcy nnd dnuBh- tci, of Himtsvillc, Ala, spent the past week hcic ns the gucs,ts of Mr and Mn R L Gilbert Miss Monctte Buvress Is in Memphis, Tenn, visiting hei mothci, Mrs D O Cathcy Mr and Mrs M E Notgrnss and children motored to Cape Ghardcau Sunday and spent the day ; with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kinsall. Julius Wigdor of Charleston was here Sunday visiting relatives. Miss Virginia Brit ton ol Springfield, 111,, is here visiting her lers, Mrs. Houston Buckley and Mrs. Lnmar llrompson. Rev. c. H. Franks Is conducting a revival tvt the Baptist church at Stccle this week. He is being assisted by Frank Adams of Pnragould. tester Jr Is now Bjinettb weit llicrc tor & week and Mr and Mrs Lrntl Joined them Piidaj foi the weekend Also in the party vvcte Mr and Mrs J A Wateinmn, of Memphis,'and Mr and Mrs Horace T Culp of Pine Bluff, all of wl)om formerly icsldcd heie Oliver W Coppedge, W, M Scruggs and. Adolph Mcjers arc in Hot Spring-s for the meeting of Kinners They plan to return Wednesday. Mrs J p Fitard and son,''R A who accompanied Mr ;and Mrs Louis Applebautn to Texar- knna Sunday, have gone to Luf- kln, fesns, to spend s^vu-al werki with Mrs Prlcnd.'s mother, Mrs W R Brown, and her sislei, Mrs M E Gibbs, and will also visit Mi friend's brother, C W Friend, and Mrs Friend, In Ehrevepoil, La oefoic Mr Friend joins them at Dallas August 15 for n visit with hls_fathei while thej attend the Centennial Mis Adolph Meyers Is \tsiling latlvc-, In Memphis for a short e. William J Hamilton, who uas stricken 111 while »alUng along the highway near Stecle last night was brought to his home, nod \Vest Ash &t, In a Cobb ambu- Kolm's store, Is in St Louis this l >lc >ed al the Wells mug com- svcek attending a school of 'sales-' l )lnv imnslilp and window dressing I Misses Be-sslc. Dorothy and I _ Wancta Rose Hedge mid Miss 1 Prf.VCr Meeting Hazel Mingnnn spent the —•' lance, Eula Riittcdge has return eel from Jonesboro, .jvhere she visited her son, Ravmond Bulledge and Mrs Rutledge Mrs E D Ferguson, her daughter Mrs Robert Smart and son, Bobbie, of Richmond, . Va., have motored to Kansas City, Mo, for a visit with iclatives. Mr Perguson will Join them for the weekend and they n,lll return home the first of next week', Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Harbert cpeiit yesterday in Memphis. Miss Alma Peters has returnee! from Memphis where she attended the State Teachers college and visited filcnd!, Mis Salllc Hnbler and daugh ter, Mist, Mary, have gone to points of Kentucky to visit relatives ifler having bcrn In Memphis for the past seven Mr» Tom to revcil the bathfng suit that completes her costume. Osceola Society — Personal — Mrs Roj Can ley, of New Orleans amved jesterday tjcr Uo weeks visit with her parents, Mr and Mr- W, T Rainsay Nfallory Hirnell, \vlio has'been ( doing some special work In a hospital during the simmer cainc home Saturday Alter a few davs here he will BO to ..Cfinrp Sapphire, • Brevard, N. C, for Ihe month of August Miss faupshine Lile of Jonc 1 ; boro accompanied her aunt, .Mrs Alden Bakei, home Sundiy and vvill leiiuun for a few weeks visit, Mrs J Pinl Baird and tlaueh ter, Birbara, of Djershnrf Tenn will arrive tomorrow for a few <Iajs visit with lier parents Mr and Mrs.' Jolra R. Miller. Her younger daughter, Jo Ann, who lias been her' sevcial weeks, will return home vyith her. Mrs. J. T. Rhoads, who 1m: spent several weeks at. the bcd- •,i(ic of her mother in Carlinville, III., came home today. Her mother's' condition is unchanged. Miller Baby Dies George Miller jr ll-months-old son of Mr and Mrs George Miller, died a.t 5 o clock yesterday morning at the family home in piinklln county. Mo., near the Arkansas state HUG, north of Gos- ncll. His death followed three weeks illness, and was atlribufd to colitis Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock with the Rev. Mr. Hogan officiating and interment, was martc at North HOTEL GREEIERS WILL MEET HERE Arkansas Group Will Dine and Dance at Noble Saturday and Sunday A: da nee and a banquet at the Hotel Noble will feature a meeting of the Arkansas chapter of the Hotel Grceters of America Here Saturday and Sunday, The! Arkansas group will be host to I Hie Memphis chapter and to Souheast Missouri . hotel men who ( are also Invited to. attend, according .to Jessee Stltfc. manager of. the Noble and' secretary ol the Arkansas group. The meeting Is one of A series held at intervals of about two montlis In various p»r.ts of the state and will be presided over bj Crawford M. Noble, chairman of the board of governors. The dance, which will also be open to the public, will be held in the Blue Room of the Hotel Noble Saturday night On Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'cluock the visitors will have theii banquet In the Blue Room. Mr Stilt said there' was a possibility that one 01 moie national officials of the organization would attend the meeting Orphan, 15, S«ck7job and a Place to Live No mother, no dad, a younger- sister and brother in tile orphanage at Little Rock and ' ho rela'- tive with enough 'money to 'give ilm a home— such Is the plight 'f a nice looking chap who called at the Courier oifice yesterday hunting work. He lias a clean cut look, is 15 years of age has finished the f, eighth grade 'is In good health, has had some experience in a store, and .wants to go to work so he won't have to ";o to the orphans home. A mtivc of near Aimorel, William has been living with rela- tueb since his mother died and his fithci abajidfined the tliiee small children. He says he does- u t want charity but w.ould be much obliged' 1 to anyone who will Uc him n Job and better still i home "I can work hard, even f I am small for my age" he : l°uUy declared While he prefers a permanent home, of couise, ho would be glad to have a tcm- porarj one as lie is now staying with relatives who are financially unable to support him longer His addicss and further information may be obtained by calling the Courier office, 305. Named to Direct Lemke's Drive Sawb.i cemetery. The Moss Fun-... _„,„«. ««l Service was In chaigc s of tcrs, Misses Frances and Virgjnla, tuncrnl arrnngcincnls " and son, Tonimie, will go to' !tc ls survived by his parents PrcEcott, Ark., tomorrow to te-' !1 " t ' onc brother, Irin main for a few days. Price of. Radium Cut 'Thirdjn 15 Years VIC1ORIA, B *C (UP) —The price of radium has dropped more Inan one-third in the last 15 Scars, Major Harold Brown, of the British Columbia Cancer Foundation re\eals Brown said the-Foundation had just purchased J 1-2 grains of radium at a cost of $30 per milligram Fifteen jears ago, he said, the radium would have cost JIM P?r milligram. detail the development of the youth increment lu Germany Italy, England and France. One of the first results of their investigations will be the application of any new Ideas that may be found to I'nc 4-FI clubs Ui.U have just been started in California. The Chinese discovered the medicinal value of the toad ages ago For centuries they 'nave prepared drugs from ils skin. Its gland secretions are very unpleasant to the taste; the toad uses them to discourage animals which seek to/ devour him. . :..jai^J A former Fargo, N. D., insurance man. John Nystul, above, win direct the campaign of Representative William Lernke for the presidency on the Union Party ticket. Nystul is a former chairman of. the state executive iommittec of the Non- jpaiiisaa League in North Dakota. Educators Will Study Europe Youth Movement , BERKELEY, Cal. (UP) ; — Four professors of tire University of California have sailed, for Europe for an intensive investigation of the ."youth movement" there and for any possible extension or applications In California and the United states generally. Prof. Wcodbridge Mctcalf, associate in forestry, and Prof. W. Glenn Walcrhousa, specialist agricultural extension, will attend the Inlcrnutional Youl'ii Conference 'at Geneva, before making investigations in other countries. Prof. C. W. Rubel, associate professor in agricultural extension, and Robert .Klamp, (arm advisor of- Sutler County, will observe in From 8:1)0 to 11 A.M. Ladies Kid Gloves All kid gloves will be placed en si\le for two hours and a half nt real bargains. Fentunns glovi's values from $1.98 to 53.95. In Three Groups 50.000 extra votes given with each pair. New Economy 666 checks MALARIA in S days COLDS first day Liquid,: Tablets llcadachc, 30 Salve, Nose Drops minutes Try "Rub-My-Tism"— World's Best I.inimcnt OK THE STREN6TH 'GIV1N6 MILK FROM CRAIG'S DAIRY W.O.W. MecU Tonight * , -\ —~ r AH memben, of the local lodge of W ,O W and their families have been united lo attend tonight's meeting, beginning at 8 5 o'clock After the lodge ceremonies arc over a supper will be given at the hall. Quick Relief for Chills and Fever and Other Effect of Mahria! Bo»'t put up wilb tlie suRering of ^JaUn»—,the teeth chattering chills and the burning fever G<t nd of Malam by getting (he infection out of jour sj^tcm. That's what Grove's T»slclc« Chill Tonic does—destroys and Arises oijt the infection At the same time, it builds up jour system against further attack. Grove's Tasteless" Chill Tonic contains tasteless quinine which kills ihe infcclioa in the blood. It abo contains iron which builds up the blood and helps it'ovcrcome the ciiccls of Mahria as well as foitify against ic-infcction. Thca; are the effects you want for COMPLETE relief. Grove's Ta<tck« Chill Tonic is pleasant to tako and itaolutcly safe, even for children. No billcr t^le of quinine. Get a bollle todi) ind be. Forcarnvcd against Malaria, iror ^ate at all dnig scores. Novy two si/cj —SOc and. St. The ?i sra.contains 2^ times as much as the SOc size and gives, you 25% more, for your money. Mr andl,!! w'T* N et,, rrl '^^' '^"™ • &a ' to " wi " Ncthcrj Mi« .* Tl . l " llnnn C ° le ' i P meeting of the group uhen C. W. need of this city and Miss Jc« Allccn Marshall of Slcclc, spent the past week;at Big Springs. Mrs C W Reed sr spent, the oa> Iheic Sunday and they accompanied her home. Mrs D o Cathey nnd Mr and Mrs Frank Kotnck of Los Angeles, Calif, are \isllln? with friends In Memphis, Tenn. Mrs Jewel Thompson and Miss Nacml Hirbcrt^ of Pontlac, Mich are here vis it big relatives nnd friends Both soung ladies are Moore Twenty years were required to the pipeline which carries San| isco'5. water supply from a lake 207 miles away. I Se«d Courier. News Classlfted Adi.' ORDERS TAKEN TOR "BERNAT" YARN INSTKUOTIONS FREB Mrs. Leslie Hooper M.'s. A. O. Haley 1109 Chlckasawba Phone 192 be hos-, Marie Louise, queen of Spain would .never receive anybody! wearing «hlte gloves MANLEY TOURS Wm. Lcn Hotel, Memphis All Expense'Tours to Dallas each Sat., 523.00 Mrs. E. A. Teaford Osctola, Art Phone 101 LOtaDS TBAUC UMtK M«. fcijjousness, «our stomach, bilious indigestion, flatulence aud headache, due to constipation. IOc and 25e at dealers TOM TERRAL / Candidate for GOVERNOR Will Speak Here Wednesday Night, 8 O'clock At the Courthouse WEDNESDAY SPECIALS }'Day Only 50 Pair Ladies Vitality While Shoes In Pumps. Straps and Ties. In broken sizes, triple double A and B lasts. Regular $6.75 value. Wednesday Only 12.95 15.000 extra votes given with each pair. New Economy GRADE A RAW MILK Quart iOc Pint (!c Biiftermilk, Qt Gc Drink more CRAIG'S MII.K. It supplies the FOOD ENERGY needed for STRONG, HEALTHY BODIES. <) Pathfinder offers the most safety forthe least money. Over 22,000,000 have been sold. You can't duplicafe these extra- value features elsewhere at" any price: THE GOODYEAR MARGIN OF SAFETY -grip in the center of the tread that stops your car Quietest. BLOWOUT PROTECTION IN EVERY PLY- because of SUPERTiyisT construction. FULL SHOULDER TRACTION -more "hold" on curves. ' • PRISMED SlpEWALLS-mo« grid in ruts and mud. Our prices on Pathfinder start as low as- From 3 To 5 P. M. Silk Dresses 5 Groups All summer Silk Dresses in .chiffons, sheers, crepes, black dots, shepard checks, whites and dark colois. to SH.'iS values. - Nosv en sale at, much higher prices. For the tvvn hours only Priced GOODYEAR SPEEDWAY Genuine Goodyear qualityallowcsl price — • jreat tire that is « great buy for Itttl* nooev, $1,98 82.98 $3.98 §4.98 50.COO extra votes given with each dress. Blytherillc, Ark.
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