The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 1, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 1, 1936
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BLYTHEVILLE, (ABK.) CCJURIBB NEWS •Sockl Calendar [ . 'MONDAY'S EVENTS W. M. S, First Methodist church, having business-meeting, 3 p. m., at 'church. ~ AV.^M.vU., First Baptist church, hating' business meeting at church, 2:30 p. in. ' Miss Hazel Hardin !o Wed Charles S. Murphy Mr. and Mrs, Samuel T, Hardin have announced the engagement 'pf their daughter, Hnzel, to Charles Slmonton Murphy, ,' of Memphis and Charleston', S, C., son of Mr. and Mrs, C. J. Murphy of Charleston. The wedding Will be solc'innta- cd.Mpyciay, August 17, nt the rectory : of the Catholic church in Jonesboro. Miss Hardin,who Is a member of a pioneer Dlythevillc family, :-was reared ; in this city. For a number of years she has been in charge of the Blytheville Water v Company office, Mr. Murphy". w«S . reared nt Charleston, where his father has been clerk of the, Untied Slates court for many'years. He Is connected with .the'cotton department of tlic U.' S. Rubboi Company, flilh hcadmiaitcrs in Memphis last fall Mi, Murphy spent a :part of his time here'on business. Following their marriage, Mr. Murphy and Ills bride will make their home at the Hotel Gayoso, Memphis. The fist 'of a series of several Inlcresling affairs being arranged for Miss Hardin was given Friday afternoon .when her aunt, Mrs. 6. M Buck, and hei sister, Mrs Elliott Saitain, entertained with a biidge party at which Ihc announcement :was made. Tlic affair was at the Buck home. A pink »nd blue inolit was used in the decorations pil/es and reficshments. These shades pic- dominntcd In tho garden flowcis which decorated (he house -and small vases 'of pink losebiuls wcic used "as cenlerpiecc;, when ECIV- ing the refreshments of shcrbcit Individual wedding bell cakes, iced in pink and blue, and decorated with the initials "H" anil "C. p Miss Harrtin's place was marked with n bilde and biide groom and the announcement was written on the pink and' blue tallies Mis. Jesse Taylor won a pink glass bowl for 'hlglj. score awnid, Mrs. Charles 'Cnggei' received a blue..'pottery pitcher for the cut award, Mrs. Harman Taylor's pii/e foi low scoie was a set of pottery salt and pepper shakers nnd the bride elect was given silver Included In the 24 »ucsls were Mrs C. 0. Rogers,'aunt'of Miss - Hnrdln, nnd Mrs Julian E Belt-her cousin, both of Memphis. Eicculni- Board Baptist W.MU. Meets Tne executive board of the Wo' "tan's Missionary Union ol the First Baptist church hart a meeting Friday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. Hc\man Walpolc when 11 members attended. Mrs Will Rogers used tho fifth chapter of James for flic devotional reading and Mrs. W. M. Williams offered prayer The business session was presided oier by Mrs. Leslie Moore be- iff I 1 ?' w ' u "»» BWC a talk on tlLTIIWUM By Helen Wclshiiuer ^P.HE first days didn't matter, A Ii«e.iuso 1 was so sure : The absence that you asked for Could never quite endure. B UTgoldcnrcd and gentians Replace Die daffodils We found one Apr!I morn] ng Sun-wakened on the hills. P<OISE is a gift of autumn; * To it my spirit yields.... But old dreams flame an instant Where sunj'ac burns the fields. Bits of News Mostly Personal FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Alfred Carpenter, Pastor Stmclny school, 9:30 a. m. Worship, 1C:35 a. m. Sermon by Dr. H, B. Walters, of Jonesboro. B. T. U, 6:3» p. m. Worship, 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meeting, 7 p. m, Busl ness meeting of church, 1:30 p in., followed by devotional by the pastor.' meeting at Monllccllo, Thursday night. He was a candidate for Chancellor of the Second district. Mrs. Gllllson is n sister of Mrs. Hale and Mr. Bowen. Mrs. Sam Coble was a business visitor In Memphis yesterday. Mrs. Carl Franks of Grider has as her. guests this week her aunt, Mrs. H. S. Bryant, and Mrs. Corn Z. Mason niul Mrs. Carrie Cragcr, all of West Helena. They will spend tho day with friends in Manila tomorrow. Hayti Society — Personal ; Th'c.hgmc of Mrs. S. E. Ncthery was the seitlng'br H Japanese tea given by the Woman's Missionary Union of the Baptist, church. There were 33 members and Mrs. Everett II. Ope and GOI K. 5., accompanied by Mrs. Gee nephews, Billy and Tom Pcyloi of Memphis, who arc spendln the summer here, are spending to day In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Wotnack formerly of here and now of Har rlson, Ark., are guests of the Rev and Mrs. W. V. Womack for sev cral days. Dr. W. P. Brewfj.. who under went an operation for append cllls ten days ago, was remove lo his home today from the Bl> Ihcvlllc hospital. Joe Applebaum will leave to night for St. Louis and Chi on a buying trip. He plans to be away a week. ^ Darrol McDearman returned last night from a week at Camp Rio Vista, Hardy. Miss Pollyann Buck will go to Memphis tomorrow to spend a week with her sister, Mrs, Julian E. net'ts. Mr. and Mrs, Betts, who came over yesterday to b« guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck arid family, will accompany her over. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Daly arrived home last night from n vacation spent In St. Louis and at Bagnell Dam and ixrints of the Ozarkii. They will move Monday, to, the •evidence at 301 East Davis, 'which ,hey have rented from Henry Rcldman. Mrs. C. C. Rogers returned to licr home in Mern^iais today after having been the guest of her niece. Miss Hazel Hardin, and Mr. an<l Mrs. C. M. Buck anil family yesterday. Mrs. A .G. Shiblcy and children will leave tonight for Dawson, Ga'., lo spend several weeks with Mrs. Shlblcy's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Mike Saliba. Mrs. Leslie; Hooper will go to MHST METHODIST CHURCH Seventh and Main W. V. Womwk, Pastor Every one needs to learn th truths contained in. the Bible That's one thing the Churc! school endeavors (o give to al Came at 9:45 a. m. \ Mornjug Church worship,' 10:55 ''Spiritual Forces" will be the pas tor's subject. The monthly com niunion will be administered fol lowing Ihc sermon. All young people's services/7:1 p. in. I Ai the evening worship • hou. 8:00 o'clock, the subject-will be "Man's Decree, God's'Decree." We cordially invite:the public t Join us in all the services, Board of stewards meeting Mon day evening at 7:30" o'clock. ; SILENT ANIMALS JUNGLE Ull^H; \VCIU .1J IJIl.llllJl.1^ 1,1,11, 1 - fcT7 ,-, I7 .|m T v ., nr j* „« jjuesls present. The Japanese mo - R E ^ENTLY the same warden ol tit was carried out wilh lanterns 1 , Kenya, Africa, reported that „,„! nl,o,,-v Wn« m ,,« A .Tnnaup.w' hc llc;ir<1 n VOUng giraffe, Sepa•and cherry blossoms. A Japanese monologue WHS given Anna Mae Khourle, by who dressed as a geisha girl. . rated from Us mother, bawl and low like n hungry calf. And so the general belief that this tall, Hot Springs tomorrow several days. to spenrt . "'"8 Blaylock' offered prayer. wort. Mrs K . the closhig In the social hour J,irs. Walpole jas assisted by Mrs n, w Crawford in sen ins a froze:, fmit salad sandwiches, picMes and Iced tea. Mr. and. Mrs. J. W. Golden and] i. on l'™f, k< ;!) ?'.'i'";!lj annot ut ' er son, and Miss Juanlta Kirby otj "" ...... " this city and Miss Mary Frances sound is shattered. But compared with other ani- , ,. . _ t , Cook of Porlagevillc lefl Frldny: mals - - th .f eirnfTe is mute,, and for Columbia, Mo. 'Hioy will be »"«>"fi ,!"<= most limid, nervous, accompanied homo by Ihe former's daughter, Miss Louise, who lias been allending tho summcrj secdon at Hie University of Missouri. Miss Hattie Fern Lutes left Tuesday for Wavcrly, la,, where! she will visit witli Mr. and Mrs. I J. W. Emits. Mrs. Ennls will be remembered as Miss Grace Queen. | In company with Mr. nnrt Mrs.j Queen, Miss Lutes to Colorado and New Mexico. Mr. mid Mi's. Joe Kohn return-1 a six week's 1 New Mexico and delicalo creatures in exist- i cnce. Only its spotted skin saves mics, tor it grazes in clumps of trees, and its fleet legs enable it to escape when attacked. Tho giraffe's long neck comuin; no more verlebrac than that o£ man cc of any other animal except Ihe, sloth ancl the "sea-cow." H reaches three limes the height , , , of man and can run at a speed o( la er go. 30 mi i cs an nour Osceola Society—Personal 5f' _ Da r. e Silverblntt has tour of California,. and Texas. Mr. and Mrs. D. her guest Mr. and -. rs. E A. Hughes of 1 mnnth , wi » spend the month of August with her Ailfv i ? Iilcklc Smilh ' aml M --"-y Allen Edrlnglon have gone to Chi- aunt, Mrs I j Hcsley - gue^^^'^^^er Lake this week her sister M * Maggie Hmes of Memphis' Her S'of 1 ^ IYKi Br001 "' aml hus - gu<sls° tcmonw. 5 *' 11 "^ ^ " Cr Mrs Spence Williams was hort- ess to a group of Keiscr women and one table of Osceola players "bridge Wednesday afternoon 5 1 *™. 1 ?™ ««.»»» "y Mrs. W ; This strange ailinial is confined lo Africa, south of tho Sahara Desert. Countries such as Tanganyika, Nyassa, Northern Hho- , , '-I desia, and Abyssinia picture it on , -, , „ , Carrington their stamps. One of the popular motored to Corning, Ark, Wed-| triangular posfngc due stamps of nc«lay to visit Mrs Camnglons Nyassa, shown here. Is an example, mother, Mrs. J. Wright. Mrs. Rose Myrick and daughter, Margaret returned Wednesday from a two week's visit with relatives in Chicago, ill., and Carey, Ind. Miss Ora Kcllcy relumed Friday from Cape Girardcan, wltcre shu has been attending the summer sc&iion al the Teacher's College. She was accompanied home by Miss Christine Poat of Louisiana Mo., who days. will visit here a few Mrs. L. Khourie Lorenc of Cairo, J been the t '' , l»38. NBA Service, Inc.) Hoys Win Doll Pri/ts nniUGEPORT. COnn. (UP) — of Khourie »' oft doll ontesl ' first in past week, rclurncd home Friday Sl^r r\r^ i^ ?M rt --Mouse" and Robert Wil- Thursday on business. .Mrs. Pansy Tucker and Miss'^l'l_"_' •Richard Jlcdel will leave tonight on a three weeks trip to St. 1 Louis and Chicago, where he will buy fall stock and also rrtve his vacation. ' ••<:: Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Trehdway will go to Hot Springs tomorrow for several days stay. '•• '"" Mr. and Mrs. W. f. Denton will have as their guests, Mrs. James E. Waters, sister of Mrs. Denton, who formerly lived here and .Wh now resides at Pensaeola, Fla., Mi and Mrs. Roy A. 'Weeks and sop] of-Edison, Ga., and Miss Kathryn Denton. of Memphis. They will arrive tonight. Mrs. Bill Wllklns and children of Luxora, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Burke yesterday. . Miss Dorothy Davis will leave tomorrow for Denver, Colo., where she will be the gnrgl of Miss Virginia Lehman for a monlh. The condition of A. B. Fair- ficld, who has been ill for some time, Is unchanged. Mr. ancl Mrs. j. B. Stovall returned last night'-from an eleven days vacation spent in Winches- Nashville and Chattanooga Tenn. :|i Miss Juanlta Neal has returner from Memphis where she ^'tsitec her sister. Miss Pauline Neal. Miss Grace Ramsey, of Drov., Miss., is the guest of her uncle C. S. Stevens, 'and family, foi several weeks. Mrs. J. E. Watts, of Rulcvillc Miss., who has been visiting lib niece, Mrs. C. S. Stevens, am family, for the past three weeks has gone to Oxford, MIES,, lo visit a brother. Mrs. Carney Laslie and daughter returned today from Brunswick Ga., where they spent months at St. Simon's island will Mrs. Uislie's parents. Mr. Lasli; met her in Memphis. O. G. Daniel, Mr. and Mrs Benton Stiles and Mils. Velv. Liedcl have returned from Kalu mazoo, Mich., where they visltcc Mr. Daniel's (laughter, Mrs. Maym Jordan. While away they also vis itrxl several of the northern cute nnd points of Canada. Mte Loi Nell -Stiles, who accompanio Ihetn, remained for a month i Kalamazoo. Mrs. Tony Licdcl returned I her home in Lexington, Tenn after a visit here. "i Mrs. Thomas w." Miller, who has been spending a month here as the guest of Mr. and Mr* Samuel F. NorrLs and Mr. ami Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thomson and families, will leave "tomorrow for PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHUKC II. J. Kleindienst, Factor Sunday School, 9 a. m: Morning service, 10:00 'a < m Sermon theme: "A Weapon 'i Defense." No evening services during.AUK at. A cordial welcome Is extend! o all to visit our services. SSEMIII-Y OF OOD CHURC 7111 & Ash Sis. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Morning service. 11 a.m. Jail service, 4:30 p.m. Jr. C. A. Class, 5:30 p.m. Sr. C. A. Class, 6:45 p.m. Evangelistic service. 8 pjn. All morning services will : icltl at the church. The Yom icoplc will hold a street meet It Saturday night at Main and Fir streets. The revival with the Se "Ilifforcl Miller and wife, will co Inuc Ihe services every 'night.- The Rev. Mv. Miller"announced (hat on Monday night he will give liis version of the sinking of (he Titanic on the piano, talking and playing it at the same, time. The public is invited lo the gospel icnl on 6th street, between Ash and Main "every night at 8 p.m. Two young ladies from Chance. Mo.. Misses McKcnzie nnd Stringfcllcr, sing spccialsongs each evening. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, i<)3(5 II be; on the continued preptfa- on for tho revival meeting which eglns August 30. 'The Hev^'G. C. aylor, pastor of the Tyronza ethodist church, will be the siting preacher. S«rmon subjects for this Sunay: "The Task for the Whole hurch," «m| "The Life of lirlst, according to Matthew." Church school, 9:45 a.m. Ivor- on Morris, general superlntend- nt. Church service, 10:30 a.m. Young people's league, 7 p.m. Church, 8 p.m. Services will be held at Lone Cak the second Sunday at 3 Prayer fellowship, Wednesday t i.m. KIKST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Carroll B. Cloyd, Pastor Bible school, 9:45; I. o. Westbrock, superintendent. Devotional Chalk Talk. Morning worship, 10:50. Sermrm 'The Image of God." Evening worship, 8. Sermon 'The Blight of Practical Unbelief." The Missionary Division of thi Women's Council will meet at tho hall Monday afternoon at 2:30 All members arc urged to coins to this meeting since this Is the cnly meeting of the Council to: tills month. Young People's meeting at ' Sunday evening. A new lask, ne\ programs, new officers should mean new enthusiasm. All young Luxora Society — Personal people are invited. Mid-week service Wednesday evening at 7:45. We had a meeting last week. We arc studying the Prophecy of Malachi. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Vine & 2nd Sis. .. Harmon Holt, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. E. L. Mrs. Chral^s ,McD;n(lels and :WO children were In Blythcville Friday visiting with Mrs. Mc- banlels' mother. Mrs. Dixie Howard Is spending th« week-end in Memphis am! from there will go to Jackson and Lexington, Tenn., for a ten days visit, Mr. and Mrs. S. Moffftt and Lcm Stanford motored to Wcsl Memphfc Saturday mornir,s to meet Miss Margaret Moffitt, who Is returning from a tour thruogl Californi" and Yellowstone Park Miss t/'flitt accompanied Miss Bulllngton, of Memphis, on Ilil: trip. Mrs. R. W. Nichols left Saturday for a few days visit with her mother, Mrs. Ilinson, of Un ion City, Tcnn. She will be Joined later by Mr. Nichols am they will go to Reclfoot Laki for a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Wilkius, accompanied by Mrs. Wilkins' uro llicr, petit Brooch, who has beci visiting in the Wilkins home fo the past week, left for Adkins Ark., Friday. Mrs. Lcm Stanford and chllclici were guests in the home of Mrs J. O. Fiillerton, of Blytheville, Fii day. * Mrs. P. B. Burke of Blythcvillc j had as her guests Friday Mrs.' a. O. Wilkins and children, 13. 0. jr., and Ann Claire, in honor of Ann Claire's birthday. A birthday cake decorated with a circus tent .animal crackers and clowns, supported by eight candles, '.(as presented to Ann Clnlre. WAHN1NG! In last minute desperation, Crip Hall's opponent, is ail tempting, by slanderous false- heeds, to reflect on Crip Hall's record. Crip Hall's opponent is grabbing at any straw to make a showing. He has been on the public payroll for 39 years, it Is lime for a change. Crip Hall has never held any public office, appointive or elective. PAKE A TIP— WIN WITH GUI I' Evans, supt. Morning service, 11 a. m. Subject; "Vessels ' Unto Honor." N. Y. P. S. Program, 7:15 p. m. Mrs. J. C. Crlner, president. Evangelistic service, 8 p. in. Improves Property Adjoining Dean Home In a recent item from Luxora c.v.u.s,;,,,^ , CI -v,«. o p. ,„. i, hCj , C T i<!r N ? WS ™»P'' tCd '1^ Special singing by Eylce's quartet. E ' , R ' B ? Ba " P 1 ""™ lo rcmotlcl Mid-Wcek prayer meeting Wed- an<i 'n°* mlz e "><» totmcr J. I, ney night ' ' Dean home In that city. The Dean I W. M. S. meets Thursday aft-!" 1 ?™' rc . c , enll £ has b . cm ' lurcl " :; - ernoon, 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Donnivan, i f d by "'\ Bog ?"', , K a modc , m president. - hoUM - Ifc b adjoining property, LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Vcrnon E, Chaffanl, pastor Our main emphasis, Ihis month, COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN! Saturday Only Carloon and Serial—"Phantom Rider" wi(h Buck Jones Ailnt.—Malince ,t Niijht—10 & 25c With lc Tax '—Continuous Showing— dell was given lo Joseph Fazio. I her home In Brunswick, Oa. from Reiser were- kfrnes! H^H RQbinson, Lena Holt, W M wcrc when Williams, Mrs Guy Robblns n^m MIS. C. L. Jenkins. Mr and Mrs. H. J Hale and daUBhter, Loui«, and A W. Bowen left yesterday for Lake Vlllafe upon receipt of a message notifying them of the death of Judge K- „,., Glllls0n ' county judge of -•«#- Chicot county, who died suddcn- ^ * ly from a heait attack while attending * a county. wel fa re' board Ilcan LcSieur, of Ll>,oum, re-j turned Wednesday from St. LouL<;] where (hey had occn on business. Sam Gettings of Tvilsa, Okla.. is here this week visiting with relatives and attending to business. Mrs. J. w. Wood o.t Tulsa. Okla. Is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jennings. She will be remembered as Miss Anctla O'Rourkc. Bill Hogan, jr., of Memphis, Tenn., Is here visiting his father W. T. Hogaii. Read Courier Hews Want Ads. MANLKY TOUKS «"i. Hold, Mcmphli All. Expense Tours to Dallas each Sat., $23.00 Sirs. K. A. Tcaford Osccola, Ark. • 101 Announcing thai the BOGAN'S PHARMACY of Luxora, Ark., la Under New Management, of Carl UmFlcet • Exlciuliug the same courtesies of the pasl to our patrons and customers v Prescriptions Our Speciality Sunday - Monday THANKS A MIUION J'^^imonnl NPW^ and ~'~. : "Song-of a Xalion" Ail m.—Matinee •* Ni|!hl—10 & 35c With !c Tax —Continuous Showinj— TUESDAY, AUG. 1— S75.00 BANK NIGIfT! ! -COMING SOON— "I'OOK MTTLE RICH C.IRI,' wilh SWrlcy Temple and Alice Fa ye. "OKEEN PASTURES" with Kcs Ingnim. "KllYtHM ON THE RANGE" wilh Bin£ Crosby. "TROUBLE FOR TWO" with Itob- trl iMouUomcry. ".SATAN MET A l,Al>\'" vlfli Warren William. "VOVJRS FOR THE ASKING" with Gctfrge Kail, LUXOKA BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School at 9:50, with J. M. Majors, Superintendent. There will be no morning nor evening I worship. The Pastor is engaged in revival services at Gosnell. The B. T. U.'s will not meet 1 luring the month of August. The W. M. U. will meet Tuesday aft-1 ernoon, 3 p. m., church auditor-! mm, I LUXORA METHODIST CHURCH Morning worship will be at a in. followed by Sunday school it 10 a. m. with Mrs. Sue Brown Superintendent. 7 P-'"'- Young People's meeting. also purchased by Mr, Bogan, which he plans to remodel. Announcement Dr. Clias. Schcrer, Chiropodist Will be at Floyd A. White's Shoe Store Tuesday, Aug. 4th Phone 139 for Appointments ,..• ... C. G. "Crip" HALL Over 105,000 Votes for SECRETARY OF STATE r-5 In The Winner In 1936 ANNOUNCING A NEW, COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE Beginning Monday, Aug. 3 We have just installed modern laundry equipment und now offer a complete laundry service in addition to our dry clcaniii" service. We are prepared lo give the same ' high quality work in this new department thai we have given for the past 20 years in ihe cleaning business. PICK-UP AND DELIVERY Barnes 5 Nu-Wa Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180

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