The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 31, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 31, 1936
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(ARk.) COURIER NEWS Social Olewfer 1 ' SATURDAY'S^ EVENTS * * Mrs, J, T. Phillips and Mrs Ber- fckhf'booch having bridge parly for Mrs Hugh Wlillsitt, 2 30 p m, »V Phllllpi residence. C.cmpl(mcnlcd On Blrlhday • W.. S:' L&ngdori had a blrtlufity yesterday and so members of tlic '.'Take Wliat You Eat Club" surprised him with a party last, night nt his Home Ss has teen the custom for three jws Fnch Indy took trim n present. ^ The-house was decorated In red roses, white crepe mjrtlc ahd Dusty Miller Suppci *as served in two coursees before Hie bildge and rook games. In addition to the four lablc.- of mDinbeis these ghpsls wci'c present: Mrs. J. Allen Webb of Wright City, Mo., and her hostess, Mrs. G. H. Q'rear, Mrs. UiiRh Harbert,' Mrs. ,Omer Uitcs. Mrs. Edwin, Robinson, Mrs. Zi) D Harrison/ Mrs. A. B. Holland and Mrs. F..L. Husband. » * > Miss Elite Burns Weds Chester Face • Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Bufiis announce the marriage of their daughter, Ellsc, to CIlMlcr Pace. of Carilthcrs\lllo. The wedding was folerrinlzcd July 28 at tlic home of (he Rev. D K Poster, paslor of the First Baptist church of Cnrulheisvlllc, who performed the ring rittlal Mrs W P. Pace"," the bride- Broom's mother, of 'CnriUhcrsvUlc, and Ills mint,' Mrs. John Johnson, of..'thts city, attended the ceremony. The bride attended the city high school and has been connected \vltli the W. ivt. Burns Insurance Agency. Thb bridegroom, who is the son of Mrs Pace, and (he hte Mr. Pace, is cofmectcd with the federal government engineering pni- 'Ject at Carutheisvillc. -.. .' Famed -Beauty Reincarnated Hotel Noble To V Entertain Hotel - Greeteus* Group Arkansas members of the Ho|el Gfeeters Association of America ahd gtiesis from seiernl other t stales,, particular)} Tennessee , and Southeast Missouri will meet at the Hotel ^Noblo here Saturday .nut) J >> Jcssee^jtit'f, manager'of tWNii,- ble, and Cranfprd M Noble owiY" cr, are -expecting to have at least wo officers of the" national orgaiil- •zatton In attendance at Ihc meeting Tom Swift of Dallas, Tex., an official of Ihq regional association which Includes Oklahoma, Texas Arkansns, Louisiana nnd Mississippi, of ^hlch Mr slitl Is also an official, will also bs here. Mr Noble is a mcmbci of the na' tlonal board nnd the Arkansas Board of the association Thes meeting opsns Saturday mghl -with A dance at the Noble's Blue Room, which \\ill also b= open to Use public/followed b 5 a swimming party for members 6f the hotel group at Walker park pool. Sunday morning a business .session will be Held. At 1 30 o'clock Sunday afternoon a banquet will be staged with Max B Reid and B A Lynch of this cits lo address tne convention Louis George to Wed Miss Olivia Kahelley LUXORA, Ark.-Mr. ahd'Mrs A. Kahelley, of Bay Mtiictte. AW have announced the engagcjnen of their eldest daughter, Olivia to Mr. Louis George, only BOH o FRIDAY, JULY 31 < '1930 Over the Bridge Table ' By 'Been I'alns and soreness have prevented us putting 'our thoughts oh pa- iwr sooner. . . . ahywuy we haven't been ''over a bridge table" of late and ' oi iaif tuiu wijtu-v wu heard then wasn't for' tills column. The said pains arc the same'.that about 40 olher Blytheville peopl* got at Hardy last weekend. . . . not t'nat a (jocd time wasn't had by all but Just that a bowling ulley does cause a funny pain In n funny part of your body. Camp nlo Vista has been "Dlythcville's resort" all summer with Clayte Chainblln and Bess Slernberg as "official" hostesses for about five weeks. Last weekend Hie river was literally filled with lily— »••""—":" jiuju the t'nevlllc guests, Fay aiid: Maxlnc university of Alabama, where she McHahey/ along with Bob Gillcs- vns a member, or Thota Upslloiv pie of Luxora,.- are due home to- Mr. mid Mrs. Plump Ocnrgc, oi Luxora. The u'cddlng will/take pince the second of 'August In the presence of the Immediate families and close relatives./ Miss KaheHey attended College and graduated from company with the aid of Hazel Hnrdlr,. we hear Miss Rosa Hardy Is spending the summer quietly at her home In Gates, Tcnn,, the first time In many years she has not become a pupil for a 's'nort time. Mildred I/> U Hubbard has had two attractive houseguests, say the boye nrpiind town. ' . this fall weather reminds us thai soon some girls will be leaving for school as freshmen. • Alary Eliza- betti Boruin made up Her mind » year ago to go to Llndenwood. Betty Leo McCulthen can't decide between Rollins, in Florida^ or a Virginia school. Martha Ann Lyflch can't, make up her mind either, but Is seriously considering Gulf Park, we hear, Virginia Martin may go to Arkansas State at Jonesboro. Mildred Lou Hubbard says "Gulf Park maybe"—and so It goes, as they keep pouring over catalogues. ____ _ „. . . IIV , V Q I ujjoimu sorority and Chi Dilta • Phi national honorary , fraferrVlty. : For the past two years, she,has been a member of the high school faculty In Jackson. ; '•}%, .; Mr. George ~iittended; Mississippi Slate college. He Is prominent In social and civic activities of ' day or tomorrow, as are the CMam- bllus and the sternbergs. if we may suggest sights for (the locals going lo Hardy we say Include: a visit to the "Knockers", a tour of the Wa'iipeton inn. an Iwur of play nt Horseshoe Palls, a ridc'ltl Mr. Ward's motor., boat In the moonlight, a game of shuffle boai'd, a • , , meal with Mrs • dross— and maybe Osceola Society — Personal — Mrs. W. E. Hunt was hostess to twelve members of the younger set on a moonlight hayride last evening, honoririg Sue clay Hughey, of Atlanta. Ga., and Jacksonville Fin., and Catherine Keaihley, 6f »r i, .-• j ' '"'•• Klm vyiiuimne ties Hey. of of bowling and a horseback Dyer, Tcnn. sue Clay is visiting Bridge reminds us that parties continue for the bride, Martha Robnson (Mrs. Hugh) Whitsitt, with bridge affair to be given'Saturday y Alia Blythc ahd 'Lyn Gooch. At Clara Davis' shower one gift was 20- " liu 'se bean pot and-a bottle of iid tomato ketchup—all because Hii°h ' The\beauty that made Lily Lanjtry the toast of two continents charms- London society nenln in the person of the Intc actress's gorgeous griind rinughlcr, Mniy Malcolm, daughter of Sir Ian nnd Lndy Malcolm. Her stunning features nnd fljure nre nppnrejit ile- spllc the voluminous .court frock in which she is pictured. • Finn A!tendance At Bailey Rall refreshments session. nfter the business Bits of Mostly Personal = '" ' Joseph and Joel Elmore, montlis-okl twin sons.'of'fMr. m»i — f •••• «wv,,uoii nu*u Mrs. j. p. Elmore of'-near'.Osce- loves bean's, and. Dick Harwell Robbins, of Memphis, remembered it. Listen, my children, arid you may hear—not the story of Paul He— j — ...,,^uu.iicii mi:, vcrc—Bill we promise : to disclose returned from St. Louis "vfhere she fomc interesting news no later than accompanied Mrs. Marg«Vet DeLlsle Saturday. . . . and no bribes ac" ' — - "jptotl before, then, hut to some 01 ic things we muy tell: reports om Jonesboro say Jennie Wren Dlllamjnty and lier cousin, Anna Margaret Dent, of Carut'ncrsvllle, . . . ... .^ w - ola, are at file Memphis Baptist •lospital, ill from a stomach ailment, tholr coiulltiori "is; serious Miss Betty Lee McCutchert has and son, Byron, of Portagevllle, for ce l> a week's slay. ' . the Mr. lind Mrs. Raymond, ;gmlth and Mr. and Mrs. Joe ,Atkhii-have returned from Hopklnsvlli«, r Ky., w'ncrc they attended the fiinerai of Mrs. Ray Jackson yesterday- Misses Wynette Shephej-d, Dorothy Jean Foster and Jennie Wren Dillahunty, and Walter Lo'garj aiid ^. B. Mcnarct arc in Jonesboro for a .few (lays. Pal'^O'Bryahl and Mrs. o'Bry- anl's-sisters, Misses Angle and Mary Emnm Hood, have returned froin near; Hardy, Ark., where they,went on a fishing trip. • > "'•Fred May, of Detroit,,! Mich., lias arrived f or a week's stajiiwlth relatives. Upon his return, J\c will be accompanied home by /Mrsji May nncl son,. Bobbie, who have been here for three ;weeks.V •-;... Mrs. Rufn Cra'wfordijsnehtS ycs: lcrday hi Memphis. •'»'•' -••* . Mrs, Rnndnlph Smith. $i, n,k Mr ' Bailey's address here will climax (i series of speeches In Mississippi Health Club 'Formed by Gtfsnell Students ,n,r-" erac students of the Gosnsli school have a Healih club with these blc Bovl11 ' P r "ldcnl; ark, secrelnn-, Dorotny Maxwell, ircsurer; Mnhc Dav««port rtporler, Virginia Cook chairman of bulletin board comhill- tf ' Carlos Bevlll. chairman of B«n *, , coniml "". Totmnv M-M? chal ™ an "nor committed. Meet ng s »m ba hcm on We(illbs . oay afte.-noons Plans.for attendance at the Carl Bailey rally on the court house luwn here. Saturday night \verc made at a meeting of die women's "Bailey for Governor 1 ' club lust night at the home of Mrs. O. W. McCulchen. The organization Is headed by Mrs. McCutchen with Mrs. Howtv'rd Proctor, as secretary Womeii froin Blytheville and Osceola atlended fiis meeting. Mrs. E. p. Blomcycr, lite long friend of tlic Bailey family, spoke brlclly of his early life and lif s nlms. Lilcr- atitre \vas distributed nnrt the members of the club each agreed to ask 18 women to attend the Unl- ley rally. Mi's: McCulchen was assisted by hcil rtaug'ntcr. Miss Betty L"e. her cousin, Miss Mary Altec Tnylor. nnd Miss Dorinnc Coulter, in •DANCE Saliu-clay 'Night In the Cool, Aii'-Coiulilioncd BLUE ROOM Begins At 8:30 75c .- Per Person : VMSIC Ky CHARLIE NICHOLS; .And'His NICK-OLIAN'S : Jthls daiicc sponsored by Bthc Arkamas charter, Ho- jlcl Qrcclcrs of America. BThc public, Is cordially HinWcfl.. -••'.; Hotel Noble! [anlla and'Osceola before'doming here. Fine Paid With Nuggets, Judge in Deep Quandary f?t. CEniilTO, Cnl. (UP)— When A. P. Croft was dunned for' n 1931 sp?<xl vlolnllon fine he sent two sold nuggets which he said were rained at $7.50. Now TrnOlc Judge McKinnon faces (wo dilemmas: first, he must luivc ths gold nssnycil to sec if It ~ Is ivorti\ , nnd secondly, lie , aiul son, Marion Ran'rtb, nnd Mrs. Enrl- BncKlcy. went to "ear Hardy lats. yeste.filay 'for a n-'hlng trip. 'They will ifcliirri Sun- dfty. . i Miss Bernlce Barber.. of Holland, b tlic guest of hcr.sister^Mrs. Ruth Cruwford, for n week Mrs. S. s. Slernberg spent ycs- lerdny In Memphis. Xlrs. Howard Proctor attended to bus ness in Little Hock Wednesday ,,lS f '• F Cr00k * cnl to M<™1 l»ls yesterday where she is ( 0 im- a tonsllcctomy today " t "r Jrrs - Henry HnhMArey. mo- her down and her daughter, Miss Maxlnc Crook, went down to- dny to bs with her Mrs. R. B. Calvin, of Slkeslon. Mo., visilcd her parent.--, Mr and Mrs. B. H. Miller lasl weekoml. -he was nccompnnlcrt home by Her sislcr, Jessie Louise who will visit there for Mrs. salltc iiubler. and daughter Miss Mary, returned 'nomc !nst night iiflcr eiglil weeks awaj-. Mrs Jfublw was In Memphis 'and 11,1- loi). Ky., and Miss Hublcr nltend- ' Miller several cd stale Teachers must decide" whether "its" accept- ! Phis during that time, would be a violation of fed-1 '— ''•• H u. I e' fit Mcm- Read Courier News Want Ads. THAT; Bur IF IT WASM'T FOR . /CRAIG'S DAIRY ND THEIR coon PURE STRENGTH CIVIIJQ MILK I'D NEVER BE G.UADK a T.IOX'S SHARK of (lie of <;oo» HEALTH from y lon" 0 I' U I! E CRAIO'S 10c P'hl '(ic •HuUcrniilk, Ql Gc Bakery Specials ALL DAY - - FRIDAY, SATtlHUAY & SUNDAY Orange Slicrbct Cake, each . 19c Fruit Filled Stollen, each 8c Cherry Nut Gems, dozen Iflc Chocolate Creme Rolls, each 8c Coconut Wafers, dozen 5c (Limit 5 Down Tf> A Customer) Special for Knlercy Hour, 5 lo 6 p. in. only, Friday, Saltmlay and Sunday Fruit Rolls/doz, 10c Hot Donub, doz. H r Coconut Pies, each 3 C Pineapple Wafers, doz 3 C Hot FLiiii Rolls, doz ' . 5c Special Attention Given All Special Orders Blytheville Baking Co, moXK itft i -* grandixirents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lflvcwcll, while Catherine is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. M. Harwell. Upon ['ne return from the ride watermelon was enjoyed on Mrs. Hunt's lawn. terday afternoon at 5icr home lii special compliment, to her houseguest, Mrs. W. R. Halbert, of Horn Lake, Miss. TJie club prize was won by Mrs. Joe-Hires of Luxora. Guest prizes were presented Mrs. Halbert and Mrs, Belva Martin, of Kennett, Mo. Consolation and low score awards were won by Mrs. J. H. Lovewell and[Mrs. John Edrington Among tliose from here attending the funeral of Dr. Gecrge Cone Er. at Plfgotl yesterday were: S. L. Glaaish, 'A. W. YOlihJ, H. E. Plet- crter, David Travis, Mrs. p p Travis, Mrs. A. P. Splese, 'MISS Olive Anderson, Mrs. A. L. Webb, Mr. and-Mrs. J. J, Hubbard.. Mrs. Prank Sutton is a patient it Gartly-Rninscy lipspital, Memphis. Mrs. Earl Abrey and : children. Emily Jane and Nancy Earl, ol Camden, N. J,, are here for a visit with her husband's father anc aunt, George Abrey arid Mrs. c. E Sullengcr. Mrs. Abrey Is also visiting her parcnls, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dilla'nuhty in Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll D. Doilgsn of Honduras, Central America, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lehman Williams for the past week They entertained a group of friends Wednesday night with moving pictures of their home and work will the United Fruit Co. in the Centra American republic. Mr. Dodgei was formerly with the TrinHs Farms Construction Co., stationci at .Osceola. and Mrs. Dodgen wa formerly Miss Gladys Boucher. Thej left yesterday lo spend the remain der of tileir furlough with her rcl istcr, Mrs. William Farmer at <?i Joseph's hospital. ' . ' Miss Clarice Little is j n ] !lt | 0 Rock attending a convention of Vl'A recreational supervisors Kenchoii Best of Taylorsvllfc, m visited his sister-in-law, Mrs j' B. Mitchell, Wednesday. ' Ufa. mints lawn. , " -.—.i i "..Those included on the trip were: alivos m lllin< ! ls - The average' Harvard student spends $5000 to get his degree; 125 rears ago the average cost 1 was less than $3000.- checks MALARIA In 3 days COLDS first day Headache, 30 minutes Liquid, Tablets Salve, Nose Drops Try "Rub-My-Tlsm"— World's Best Liniment 1 Catherine keatbley, Sue clay Hughey, Marjorie Edrington, Bstty and Prances Driver and Emily jane Abrey of Camden, N. J.. Bruce Iv'y jr.. Dick P'rcwitt, N. G. Cartwright Robert Stovall, Buddie Barbi6rs, nnd Jimmle Hamjison c-f No'dena pinntatlon. Mrs. S. L. Gladish was hostess . . to her four table bridge club yes- iad a popular^, time In Jonesboroi cently. Eleanor^ Ferguson (Mrs. way to Kan- after she got] re Robert) Smart hied a iis City a few days _..„ in from . Richmond, Va., but will < return soon \i-lth her handsome young son. The A. G. Littles have gone to VERY northern points seeking cooler weather and seemed to have sent us some of it. The Jim Harwells left their young soil at Texarkana while they took In the Centennial with Ihc Bilbo Gll- bcrU-t'ney had a wreck in which Jim received n broken rib (ask him for further details). The Gilberts have Bilbo's attractive sister, Myr- .11* Lee, of Texarkana, as their gn'est. Betty, lisp., McC'utoricn"l!as been sihitllri'i hcr-stiiff'in St. Louis with Byron Deiilsls 'ancj 'nii mother, from PorlageviUer ••Byhm: goas- to Notre,flams arfd fs very nice. Mary Elizabeth Boruin has returned from visiting the Brailley twins in Little Rock and Is how on;a diet which says "no cokes:" The flowers have improved since the recent, raiiis and we recently saw an ugly lot transformed by tile Blytheville Water ORDERS TAKEN FOR "BERNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS FREE Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mn>. A. o. Haley 1109 Chlcknsawba Phohe 792 aiANLEY TOURS •Wm. Hold, Memphb All Expense Toiirs to Dallas 1 each Sat., $23.00 IHrs. E. A. Toafofd Osceola, Ark. Phone 101 IVfrs. J. R. 'Hill is critically ill at her home south oi town. Mrs. Hill is a sister of Mrs. Lee Maxwell. The Rev. and Mrs. E. L. Cole attended revival services at the Baptist church ill Wilson Thursday night. Mrs. Le'hman Williams was called to Memphis yesterday on account of the serious Illness of her WK HANDLE THU BEST MEATS .OBTAINABLK We Guaraufce Salisf:icliun. . One Trial will Convince Vou. 1'IIEE DELIVERY CAI.I, 671) PICKARD'S GROCERY 10-U Chickasawba We Have Confidence —in the fiidirc of sound business onterprisc. IN this Comnnniily'there are'many btisi- 1 ness men and concerns in whose |)lans and methods we are showing our faith hv extension of credit. In recent advertisements we have 'poinLed out how we : safeguard deposits confided to our keeping and place theiii'at the di-spossl 'of business activity .through: sound loans. jnvcslments; We; have - placed '•'emphasis oh our sense of public responsibility'In- rendering helpful, intelligent banking services' to our neighbors. We know our neighbors have confidence in their aims and find our success is their success: Neighborly banking- that has a' sympathetic understanding of the needs of its local Community is one of the foundation stones of the American banking structure. Deposits Insured By The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ' Washington, D. C. S5.000 Maximum Insurance For Each Depositor Farmers Bank & Trust Co. Klytheville, Ark. • COOLEST SI'OT IN TOWN I I TODAY ONLY PAL NIGHT Adulls Admilicd for I'ricc All Children—10c Novell}- anil Comedy—"When Yc.u'rc Single" wilh Cross & r —Admission— Matinee—10 & 23c—With Ic Tax •NigM—10 & 35c—With' lo Tax Saturday Only ;0 f 11 SILVER MOON NEGHT CLUB Presents .'R K O V. r, HENRY ARWETTA George Houston |Vivi*nne Osborno Ciirlcnn ftfclc • '* -A sot irssf? • P.I o tj u c I f o n aurt Serial—'Tlnutam '' with Buck Jcncs Acini.—Matinee .t N'ijht—10 ,t 2'c Wilh Ic Tax —C'chUnuoiiS Siiowinj— \ Sunday - Monday THANKS 4 wcx GILL WILSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA "The Sweetest Orchestra of the South" Dancing Kvcry N'ighl Ueginning At 9 P. M. —FEATURING— 11AI.PH WINTERS, "Whistler" Gill Wilson's orcheslra has been' selected V,v Conn Magazine, bookers and tnstnimcnlal performers, us one,of the sweetest orchestras of the South. Gill Wilson has played 10 tacchs al the Embassy Ctub, Vonigstown, o. 5 weeks at Rendezvous Villa, Youngslowti, 15 weeks at IdaU-Ha Hotel, Cape Girardcau, i weeks at Hotel Noble, Blythevillc, 6 weeks at Gables Club, Slkcston, and numerous other places. Cover Charge 60c C. Kailcy, Mrtnagcr, Invilcs You. to Dance nl (h c Silver Monn n T T " "Sons- of a Adm — Malinte * ^'i5hl— 10 & 35o With Ic Tax — rcntimitfus Shewing — TUESDAY, AUG. •!— §75.00 HANK NIGHT! ! SOON— "rooit UTTLE n.ICH OIBI." "ilh Shirley Temple nml Alico T'ayr. "GRKEN 1\\ STORES" wilh Kcv Injrati>. ••iiiivTHM ox TIII: iiAsr.K" with Hiu s Crosby. TROUHMi Foil TWO'' nill, I!oh- ctl Monlijoiilcry. SATAN MET ,\ I.AIIV „ i [ I, Waitcn William. "YOUHS FOR Tin; ASKING" fie with Gtdric' Kaft. ^.™

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