The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 29, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 29, 1936
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C PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER: NEWS WEDNESDAY,. JULY 29, Social Calendar "V THURSDAY'S EVENTS a5 - W.-.-M.'S.; First chmch of the •r-Nazarenc, meeting at church >T 'Mrs Jess Koinei ha\ing plino "' recftal, First Piesbytertan cluncli, V-8 P M •^ I'RIDAV'S EVFNTS "7 -Dutch Luncheon club meeting ~~i \uth Mrs A C. Hlankcnshlp - - Exccutnc bo'ij-i W. M U "First Baptist church, meeting vlth C Mis Hennan Wnlpolc, 2.30 P. M S Has Ilirlhday Party '•*• Mary Frances Gaines, daughter *- of Mr. and Mrs R FJ Galnes, " celebrated hci nflh birthday jes- i Icrdny afteinoon by lm\nig a l»c- •** nic at Wnlkei park T~ -The 37 boys nnd girls present —.Included Helen Pearl and, Robert, Luxora Society ~ Personal The Rev. L. P. Hemming, pastor of the Baptist church, Is In Oosnell tills week cngngcd in a series of revival services, William Edwin "Dubby" ,!Scotl nnd Tom llyu Senlori, of Meni|)liLs tcr, Sara Grace, wlio Ims pneumonia. -She became ill last Thursday nnd pneumonia developed Sun- dny; Her condition 1 is not alarm- Ing, however, mid if she grows better shortly Mr. Joyncr will return homo wll'iiln n few diiys. Mrs. Joy- ncr and children have been vlsll- , of New Orleans who arc""S relatives at Okcmrih since July , visiting relatives here, Mona Craf- «.ton of Little Rock, guest of her ^ cousins, Mary Sue and. lUipcrt Harold Smith, of Joiner, Is n pi- llent at lbi> Memphis Baptist hos- Crafloii, nnd Doiothy nunlon of l> ll nl Chailcston, Mo, who Is visiting I Pal O Bryant, accompanied by her cousins, M, L and Gregory,™''s. O'nryant's slstsrs, Misses Mo- B U11 ton i'y Emma and Angle Hood, went to Clime's were played before the 'Martin's Creek, near Hardy, ye.s- "buthday cake was cut This was terday, where they will spend scv- , served with ice cieam nnd punch .oral ««ys »» " "shlng trip. .- Favois vere candles In Individual > Mr ami Mrs - Murray Smart, I! 1. Hnley and.Mrs. Lloyd Slickmoi returned last night from a motor . - holders. . '_ » Baptisi Council ^ Has ,a Meeting The monthly meeting of Sunday arc spending their vacation with Luxorn friends and relatives, en- •oute home from a short stay in Hardy, -| Bob Glllcsple, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. T. L, Mclliincy of Illytheville, went to Hardy Fri- ilay to .spend .n week. Mrs, Abe Ltvcnint Memphis, Monday to Dnptlsl hospital where she wont enter to the will Osceola Society — Personal Among the delightful social af f«lm of the mld-suinmcr was tilt JJU^IUTHJ iiuajmiii H iii;n: AJIU will f r ,,° ' ' vllil have an .appendix operation. 103m ™" follr , ""<» s '* vcsler • ' 'day afternoon by Miss Marjori Doyle In honor of her guest, Mis. Ellirl Gene Reynolds, of Pitts Mr, and Mrs. Avery, of Halls, Tenh.,' were In Luxora Saturday for n short time ciiroutc lo Osceola to jsee their daughter, Mn. Moscow McDcarmon, , who was quite ill. Miss Prances Hemming," • of Memphis, was the guest of her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. U P. Flemmlng, and her sister, Maggie Sue, Sunday. The innny friends of Mi-, und Mrs, 1-Yank Lewis, who have been Berloiisly 111 for several months, will be glad to know they arc better at this time. Joe Tucker nnd son, Joe Jr., of Rlpley, Tcnn., arc visitors in Hi? home, of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Majors Sunday. Among the Monday were ills sisters, Kv, Memphis visitors Louis (Jcorge and George anil Mrs. John Sainahn, of Tnckalioc, N. Y. trip to C'ollege Station, Texas.'Mrs. H. W. Spann, Ctialmcrs where they .visited.. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Orr and family, and to Dallas, * solool workers hi I5ic rhst Bap- r< " the Centennial. ^ tlst church was held last night at 1 the church \\llli file Intermedlaic 7 !deparlment of tibc school In cliargc •>. i of the supper f' -.U w Mulllns associate supciln- - tendent of the Sunday sc'hol pre'"*" sided o\er the meeting. A chedk- > ; up on the progress of work m.ule ,' in July was made and plans for a — visitation' program completed. Bits of News ' Mostly Personal Judge nnd Mrs. Doyle Henderson and son, Charles, will leave Friday for Dallas, where they will visit Judge Henderson's mol'ncr for two weeks and attend the Centennial. L K. Forlner, of Osccoln, has been admitted lo the Memphis Dnptlst hospital. Rush, of Amarlllo, Texas, and Richard ['crrln, of Evansvlllc, Ind. Dr. ami Mrs. J. Jl. Lewis, of Rlplcy, Tcnn,, mid Mi's. Ella Ed- dleinan, of Anna, 111. were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Ilcvcrc Sundtiy. Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Ed- dletnan (:re sisters of Mr. Revere and Mrs. Tom Rcnfio. Mrs. E. II. Spmyberry, of Bly- thevillc, was the over night guest Miss .Phyllis Mul'hilks, of ca- |0f . Ml '?' K. K Gallop Saturday " :Mrs. A.' M. Butt and/daughter, > Miss Ruth, ^crc in Cape Glrai- deau, Mo, yesterday as guests' of „ Mr and Mrs William M Robln- ^ son.Mr. and Mrs. Robitison have ; returned froni a bridal trip to Dal" las and other iralnla following th.'lr 1 ,mnrilage Friday, July 17 | '- 1 .Wlss Roena roust, of HasII, Mo, ~. fls.ii "patient at the St oJs.'phs * hospital, Memphis ; ti Bjrou Morse and son, Bjron, ^ ha'\e^^one t,o Florida for a week or ten rials' motor trip f 2 Mrs Bonnie Jenkins, of Caruth^ ersville, has'.been admitted to fat i Joseph's hospital, Memphis. , - ilrs. Toby Long and brother, Farmer England, have returned J' from several da>s slay in Murray, yK Mr. England has also been •' visiting in Arkadelphta while on Us vacation Mrs.-j. A. Pigg nnd dauglitar, "ruthersvillc, Svns taken to the Memphis Bnptlst 'hospital yesterday. Ernest nnlscll 1ms 1 gone: to Hot Springs for several 'days vacation. He plans to return Friday. Mrs. Kenneth Morris and daiigli- Icv, Marilyn, of Maiden, is tile guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesss M. i While nnd' other relatives- for n few days. . Mr. nnd Mrs. Clny llurncll, of Memphis," 1 spent yesterday . with llielr uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Slnlllngs. ' i Miss Nnlhelecn I^-ans was Inken lo the Memphis liapllst hospital yesterday. Mrs. Allen plcknrd went lo BrownsUlle tun to spind two wc.cks >Uli hci inotllir Mrs 1 H Solomon. Miss f Carl A \Iootie> ji of Ridgelj^ lum . In 1 ? icturned lo her hb'i'ne after a visit with Misses Cup-' itoln nnd Allinnell Whllworth. Miiurice l.uttrell, of St. Louis, was .Hie guest of Miss Lottie Heath Sunday. Mrs, Jlmmie Peterson returned Sunday from Brownsville, Tcnn.. \s'nere slie tiiicnt n month with her- mother, Mrs. T. u. Solomon. Irn page nnd daughter, -Emmm line, sp=nt Sunday In Memphis E\ehn Jean, of Osceola, are guests | with Mrs. p.-ige W 'ho is undergoing of Mi. and Mrs Roland Green ^ treatment. .They were nccompan- 'B.-L. Braden, of Hayll, was taken to t'nc Memphis Baptist hospital jestcrday •A Comiay and Ross D Hughes Here in Hot Springs \esterday foi the meeting of gmncre • Mrs A, of Luxora, is led by Miss Capitola Whltworlli. Miss Virginia Huffman visited in Memphis yeslcrday ns the guest of Miss Lee. Pa. Miss Reynolds is a lenchcr. i the city schools of Pittsburgh and vas a classmate of Miss Doyle's n the University of Pittsburgh. The lionoree wore an nfternoon Iress of blue /lotted Swiss while lie hostess wore red und .while crgandlc. A green and yellow color scheme was carried out in efrcshments served the fifty guests by the Misses Marlon and Virginia Cramer, Clementine Bowen, Mary Elizabeth Balloue, Ann Ecnnncs liarblers and Martha Jane Cartwright, dressed In after- neon frocks of pastel shades. The club room was decorated with bnskcls nnd vases ;' of roses and crepe myrtle. ," • In addition lo eight guesl.s from Luxora the following were out of town guests: Mrs. Roger-Poltras and Miss Ncdra Caulby of New York city nnd Mrs. J. L, McNnil of La Ferln, Texas. * • • A picnic sunnc-r was enjoyed .by the Oscrola - LL'xor.i - Blylhevilfe bridjc club yesterday afternoon nt the country home of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bryan, south of town In the gninri that fallowed high score among Mie inch and women of Kingdom Progress," was based the recent Southern w. M. U. convention held In St. Louis, which Mrs. Cole attended. The following women Impcnson- alcd leading officers of (lie south- wide organization nnrt foreign missionaries, giving brief reports from Iheir fields: Mmcs. J. S. McCanls, Ada Hullcr, A. T. Pate. Idu Tucker, F. M. Sangster, I. S. Burton, Hale Jackson and A. F J.amb, Mrs. S. L. Gladlsh was a business visitor In Blytheville yes- tcrdn.;. Mrs. S. L. Gladlsh has as her 'house liiiesl this week, Mrs. W. !l Ifalbcrt of Horn Lake, Miss. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gladlsh also had as thch guests last Sunday, Troy Qlndlsh and Mrs, Helen Bright, of Jackson. Mo. Mrs. J. L, McNall and children Mary and Joe, of La Perla, Texas arc t'UWAs of Mrs. McNall's sister Mrs. J. D. Smith and family. An '™? other sister, Mrs, S. U Pake, of Alt heimcr, visited wlt'h them last week They have at Intervals been attend lug the bedside of their father, Di J. C. Gathings, of.La Peria, wh h H patient at the Baptist 'nosplta Memphis. Dr. Cira. Cone was cniled to Pis gott yesterday on account of th I CHURCH EXCUSES My son-in-law and 'hired man seem, lo have forgotten that a nmn of my knowledge and abll- Moody Institute Speaker Plans Revival at Wilson WILSON, Ark.— The Rev. Harry McCtmnlck Llnlz, a member of the cxlenslon staff of the extension staff of the Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, will be the speaker at a scries of evangelistic: meetings to be held in Ilio community Auditorium at Wilson, August 8 through Augst 23. Mr. Linlz will be susslstcd by the Cal- nble firouj) of musicians. Rev. Llntz is widely known in the United States and parts of Europe mi an evangelistic of note and a sjicaker of great force. He has appeared in hundreds o: churches and camp meetings in Ibis country and lias recently returned from a three -months speaking tour of England and Scotland. He is young enough to appreciate and understand the • prob lems of youth, and ' at the same ty should often be consulted and attention given to what few words with others of like calibre, have been talking of making some changes in the church, of which I 'was the former head, showing plainly thai they have forgotten my teachings. Notwithstanding that a Inrgc majority milt the church for no other reason but they did not want to be the kind of church member that I required. A large majority of them left because they did not or wculd not like the preachers I employed. Some of them Insisted that 1 get a young man. Others wanted one of middle age; some thought' if we had an old one cue us they put It, who was seasoned in the faith he would be better. At first. I made an effort [o please them all, bui soon found out that many of them did not want to be pleased while some could not be. Evei after I got the age man Ihcj wanted. 1 told my son-in-law and hired man to go right 01 and make the changes and see how unsatisfactory it would be. Tourist Travel Increases CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK, Ore. (UP)— The firpl two months of the tourist, season a Crater Lake National Park saw ai increase of 150 per cent in tovuisi travel over the same period las year. , , Brighton, England, hasn't had a single case of banditry since police patrols were equipped will iwkct wireless receiving sets. ORDERS TAKEN FOE "BERNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS FREE Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. C. Haley 1109 Chick asawba Phone 792 JBHBOHBk ICITZl COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN Weds. , Thurs, Under Two Flags Siarririir Rnnalil fnlinan death of his father, Dr. Georg Cone, in an automobile ncclden Dr. Cone went by plane from BIy thcvlllc while Mrs. "Cone and th - .... c'iilMren left later In their car "">e matured to the extent of in- Funeral services will be conducted I lelligcnlly dfecusslng those things I at Piggott Thursday at 1 n.m. I which are paramount iii the I Mrs, Gallop, accompanied by hei daughler, Lucltc, nnd Mrs. Sprny- berry, left Sunday , morning to Pontotoc, Miss. , for n two week; visit with relatives.. Mr. and Mrs, Sam Meadow. hnvc returned from a visit t heir plantation at Gurdon, Ai'k. Grovcr Driver, whose hcndquar ters arc in Jonesboro, was a week-end visitor with home folk. Ills son, G. C., returned lo Jonesboro with him Monday for n week's visit, Frances Read Tiowen has returned home from u visit at Lake Village nnd in Mississippi Louisiana, accompanied by Among those who plan to attend from here arc Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hubbard, Mrs. O. W. Knight, Miss Olive Anderson and David Travis. Mrs. S. Segraves \s in Trenton, Tcnn., for an extended visit with an aunt. Mrs. L. H. Tyrcc, who Is in ill health. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Edrington, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Hunt nnd Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Hodges were hosts lo 15 couples at a steak fry at Grider Memorial Park Sun- tiny evening. . Mrs. D. M. Biggs of Proctor, regent of William Strong chapter, was made by Joe Montague ami D. A. R. was hi town a few hours' Mrs. Russell Bowen of Luxora. Lew score awards went lo Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown of L-uxora Miss Blanche Cleerc was presented the guest prluc. Other guesls were Mrs. W. R. Holberl, of Horn Lake, Miss., nnd Jnmes H. Palmer, yesterday in the Interest of the chapter. Mrs. I, J. Hcsley and children, Bobbie and Irwin, after a month's visit with .her sister, Mrs. George Edrlngton,'left.'this morning for their home in Chicago. They will aitnds of Cliristians, of all ages. The forthcoming evangelistic! meetings are exjiected .to attract large crowds to Wilson. Attend Rites for Mother of Mrs. 0. N. Hawkins and her grandmolhcr, Mrs.. PaUerson, . and- a cousin, Joyce Anderson, of alliilnh, La. Mines. Tlios. D. Wllkiris, Charlie realtor, of Tuscumbla, Ala!, who! stop, over a few'days in St Louis is the guest of Mr:. arid Mrs. on their way home. Among the Osccolans in Mem- was served on the | p'nls Monday were George H. Deer, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bryan, and Bryan. Watermelon lawn nt the conclusion of the bridge games. * • * Mrs. E. L. Cole was hostess and program- leader at the rcgri- Charlcs Carle'ri Memorial Errs TOLEDO (UP)— A Grammar memorial Thomas, Ticuel Bullcr,"' John lar missionary meeting .''of the the city, hall to Beinmd Brough Baptist W. M. U. held Mondayj coniains - a grammatical error afternoon at the parsonage.' The Whoever did the'inscription wrote- devotional study was given ;hy "He..had Ihc"'". same 'konsuming \frs Roy Dillavd. _; t love'nnd consecratl'on^to' 't's in- 'Uic program tlieme. "Good News • tcrests ..." ' Mr. ami Mrs. O. N. Hawkins and daughters, Mrs. Edwin Jones and Evilou. have returned from Mor- rillon, Ark., where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Hawkins' mother, Mrs. Evle Stevenson Bafrd, 15. of Judge Robert A. Baird. Mrs. Baird was the daughter of the talc Judge and 'Mrs. R. W. Stevenson of Little Rock. She and Judge Baiid celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last year. She was active in the 'Methodist church and in civic club work Imving served as president of a number of organizations. Besides these relatives she ii also survived by three olhci daughters, Mrs. O. W. Stephens™ Ann Arbor, Mich., Mrs. J. C \Wiile and Miss Lula Doyle Baird >Iorrillon; two suiters, Mrs. Fannie Tuunuh and Mrs. Mollie Tnn- nali, Little Rock, and two brothers, R. E. Stevenson, Little Rock nnd R. P. Stevenson, Waco, Texas thweatt, Handle, W. Nichols, Will Wtec nnd Wilhum Ellas were guests of Miss Mnrjorie Doyle, of OEceola. Tuesday nfternoon when she complimented Miss Ethel Gene Reynolds, of Pittsburgh, Pn;, with n ten in ttie Progressive club Howard Morris; of Clinton, Miss., Is the guest of Miss Virginia Huffman this week. . prom . here, he will a patient at the Memphis Baptist I go "to. Nashville,' Tcnn.;'- to complete hos P ltaI i plans for the issuing of I'ne 1037 F B Joyner was called lo Oke- .Mississippi College animal. "The man, OMa, this morning because Trlocshmn," of which he is cditor- of the illness of Vus elder dangh- ' In-chief. • • ' . NEW FALL TERMS ON FURNITURE |3uy now. Pay only » small payment down nnd the bal- nnce tills Fall. HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. lUyllicvillc,. Ark. MANLEY TOURS Win. I.en Hotel, Memphis All Expense Tours to Dallas each Sat., $23.00 Mrs. K. A. Tea ford OwcnLi, Ark. Phone 101 Table forks have been in use n- more than ' 300 years. DANCE Saturday Ni^hl Ju the Cool, Air-Condilionc'd BLUE ROOM Begins At 9:30 75c Per Person Hhisic By CHARLIE NICHOLS And His NICK-OLIANS Hotel Noble and Victor Mcl.agh'ti A n d Featuring Clnmlelte CoJhcrt anil ifosalind Russell Willl Gregory Itatoif, Ni Kl: l Bruce, O. Henry Gordon, Herbert Mundiii and ;i (Jasl of 10,000! Livinjr only to sell their lives y. Loving unto death...yet hold- love cbcaply! ,So truly great claim' can exaggerate its Selected Shorts —Admission— iHtince—10 .t 2Sc— With Ic Tax Night—10,& 35c—With Ic Tax . TIIKSDAY, AUG. -I— S7S.OO HANK NIGHT! ! I ast night Miss Sclmii Harflin nf this city was called for the ?50.W—She 'was not present Matinee cr Night—^iVIakin^ BAN 1C DEPOSIT next week S75.0D! i ; —COMING SOON— "WE WENT TO COLLEGE 1 ' with Walter Allfl. "GHKEN I'ASTUKES" with Kex Ingram. "KHYTHSI ON THE RANGIi" with Bin£ Crosby. ••POOH I.ITTI.G "RICH GIRI." with Shirley Temple and Alice Fayc. !•) SILVER MOON NIGHT CLUB Presents GILL WILSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA 'The Sweetest Orchestra of ilic South" Dancing Every Kighl Beginning Al- 9 P. M. —I'liATUHlNG— KALl'H WINTKHS, "Whistler" Gill Wilson's orchestra has been selected by Conn Magazine, bookers and instrumental performers, as one of.the sweetest, orchestras cf the South. Gilt Wilson lias played 10 weeks at the Embassy Club, Yoi'ngstown, 0.. '5 weeks at Rendezvous Villa, Youncstcwn. 15 weeks at Idan-Ha Hotel. Cape Girardcau, •! weeks at Hotel Ncble, Blylhcvillc, 5 weeks nt Gables Club, Sikcstcn, and numerous o'.her places. Cover Charge 60 c ,C. Bailey, Manager, Invites You (o Dance , at the Silver Moon Wl&L.wky are they MILDER... why do they TASTE BETTER Well, first off, all cigarettes are not alike . . . not by. a long shot. 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