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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 1, 1936
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PAGfcfWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ABK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar MONPAY'S EVENTS W. M.S., First Methodist church, having business meeting, 3 p. in., at church. W..M..U., First Baptist church, having' business meeting at church, 2:30 p. .in. Miss Hazel llardin lo Wed Charles S. Murphy Mr. and Mi's/Samuel T. Hardln have announced the engagement pi their daughter, Hazel, to Charles Simohtoii Murphy, ; of Memphis and Charleston, S. C., son o[ Mr. and Mrs, C. J. Murphy of Charleston. The wedding will be solemnized Monday, August IV, at the rectory of the Catholic church in Jonesboro. Miss Hnrdln, who Is a member of a pioneer, Blytheville, family, was reared in this city. For a number of years she has been in charge of the Blythcville Water Company office. Mr, Murphy was reared at Charleston, where his father Das been clerk of the United Slates court for many years. He Is connected with the cotton department of the U;: S. Rubber company with headquarters In Memphis Last.fall Mr. Murphy .-spent u part of his time here r,u business. Following their marriage, Mr. Murphy and his bride will make their home nt the Hotel Oayoso, Memphis. The fist of a scries of several •interesting affairs being arranged for Miss Hnrdln was given Friday afternoon when her aunt, Mrs. C. M. Buck, and her sister, Mrs. Elliott gartain, entertained with a bildge' party at which the announcement-was made. The affair was at the Buck home. A pink and blue, motif was used In the decorations, prizes and 'refreshment. 1 ;. These shades predominated m the garden • flowers which decorated the house and small vases.'b( pink rosebuds wore used' as ccntclpleccs when serving the refreshments of sherbert, individual wedding bell cakes, Iced in pink and blue, ami decorated with the - initials : "H" and "O." Miss Hardin's' place was marked with a biidc and bride-groom and the announcement was written on the pink and' blue tallies. Mrs. Jesse Taylor won a pink glass bowl, for higlj_ score award, Mrs. Charles Crlgger 1 'received a blue'pottery pitcher for the cut award, Mrs Harmai'i 'Taylor's prize for low scoie was n set of pottery salt and pepper shakers and the wide elect was given silver. Included in "the 24. quests were Mrs. C. C. Rogers, aunt ! ot Miss Hardln. and Mrs. Julian E. Belts her cousin, both of Memphis. Excculi\c Board n-pfct W.M.U. Meets The executive board of the Wo' ULTIMATUM By Helen Vt'clsliimer T HE first clays didn't matter, Because 1 was so sure The absence that you asked for Could never nuilc endure. DUTgoldonrod and gentians Replace Hie daffodils We found one April morning Sun-wakened on the Mils. But old dreams flame an instant Where sumac burns Hie fields. mcetlni; at Monllcello, STORIES IN I By !. S. Kieiu Bits of News Mostly Personal FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Alfred Carpenter, Pastor Sunday school, 3:30 a. m. Worship, 10:35 a. m. Sermon by Dr. H. K. Walters, of Jonesboro, 13. T. U, 6:30 p. m. Worship, 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meeting, 7 p. in. Dusl ness meeting of church, 7:30 | m., followed by devotional by th p'lLslor. night. He Chancellor of the Second district. Mrs. Hixle and Mr. Bowen. Mrs. Sam Coble was a business visitor In Memphis yesterday. Mrs. Carl Franks ol Orlder has s her guests this week her nunl, Mrs. il. S. Bryant, uiul Mrs. Cora 7i. Mason nnd Mrs. Carrie Cragcr, alt of West Helena. They will spend tho day with friends hi Manila tomorrow. Mrs. Everett II. Gee and son, E. !!., accompanied by Mrs. dec's nephews, Billy and Tom Peylon, of Memphis, who arc spending Ihc summer here, are spending today In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Harold D, Womack. formerly of here and now of Harrison, Ark., are guests of the Rev. and Mrs. W. V. Womack for several clays. Dr. W. P. Brewfx^ who underwent, an operatloii~"~'for appendicitis ten days ago", was removed lo Ills home today from the Bly- thcville hospital. Joe Applebaum will leave .tonight for St. Louis and Chicago on a buying trip. He plans to be' iiway a week. ' Darrol McDearman returned last night from a week at Camp fUo Vista, Hardy. Miss Pollyann Buck will go lo Memphis tomorrow to spend a week with her sister, Mrs* Julian E. Dolts. Mr. and Mrs. Belts, who came over yesterday to be guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck arid family, will accompany her over. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Daly arrived homc last night from a vocation spent in St. Louis and at' Baynell Dam and points of the Quarks. They will move Monday, to the residence at 301 East Davis, which :hey have rented from Henry Reidman. Mrs. O. C. Rogers returned to her home in Memphis today, after having been the guest of her niece, Miss Hazel Hardln, and Mr. and Mis. C. M. Buck and family ycslcrday. Mrs. A .G, Shiblcy ami children will leave loniglit for Dawson, Ga., lo spend several weeks with Mrs, MUST MKTironisr CHURCH .Seventh and Main W. V. Womaek, Pastor Every one needs to learn th truths contained in. tho Bible That's one thing the Churc school endeavors to give to a] Came at 9:45 a. m. • ; Morning Church worship, 10:5 "Spiritual Forces" will be Hie pas tor's subject. The monthly com inunlon will be administered fo lowing Ihc sermon. All young people's services, 7:1 p, in., At the evening worship hou 8:00 o'clock, the subject will IK "Man's Decree, God's Decree." We cordially Invite the public Join us in all the services. Board of stewards meeting Mon day evening at 1:30~ o'clock. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, i<)3rj ill be, on the continued prepaf.t- on for the revival meellng which' eglns August'30. The Sev^'G. C. aylor, paslor of Ihc Tyronra :elhod!st church, will be the Islllng preacher. Sermon subjects for this Sun-! ay: "The Task for the Whole hurch," and "The Life of Christ, according to Matthew." Church school, 9:45 a.m. Ivcr- nn Morris, general superlntcnd- 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 Ihe second Sunday nt 3 .m. Prayer fellowship, Wednesday 8 SILENT ANIMALS JUNGLE Hay Li Society — Personal : TJlieJiomc, .of Mrs. S. E. Nelhcry was (lie 'setting'of h Japanese lea given by the .Woman's Missionary Union of the Baptist church. There were , ,,t m T,'±;X mo" I RECENTLY, the game warden of .C JupllllChC I11U- 11 .,. _ , _i i,._* lit was carried out with lanlcrns and cherry blossoms. A Japanese " A "«• reported that man's Missionary Union of Ihc Fust Baptist church had n mcel- 30n ing Friday afteinoon at the home "•'" monologue was given by Anna Mae Khourie, who dressed as a geisha sh'l. i he heard a young giraffe, sepa- Miss 1 la ' cc ' from its mother, bawl and low like a hungry calf. And so Ihc. general belief Ihat Ihis tall, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Golden and; Miss Juanita Klrby of a SOU1 " i".; j,«"<.cimiuii at me noine or Mrs. He} man Waipole when 11 members attended.' Mrs. .Will Rogers used the fifth chapter of James. for the devotional rcndins and Mrs. W. M. Williams offered prayer. The business session, was presided over by Mrs. Leslie Moore before Mrs. Williams gave a talk on Hie joung people's work. Mrs R E. Blaylock offered the prayer. closing In the social^ hour .Mrs. Waipole • assisted by Mrs. Ivy W. Craw- iii serving a frozen fruit sal- sandwiches, pickles and iced lea. this city and Miss Mary Frances Cook cannot is shattered. But compared with other animals, the giraffe is mute, and of Porlagevillc !elt Friday; """"• "'"r B"""« => mmc, ami ;olumbla Mo. They will be amo "B the most timid, nervous, er's (laughter, Miss Louise, who lias been attending the summer session at Ihc University of Missouri. Miss Hatlie Fern Lulcs left Tuesday tor Waveriy, la., where I she will visit with Mr. and Mrs.| J. W. Ennls. Mrs. Ennis will be remembered as Miss Grace Queen. encc. Only its spoiled skin saves il from Ihc sight ol preying enemies, for it grazes in clumps of trees, and its fleet legs enable it to escape when atlacked. The giraffe's long neck contains no more verlcbrac than Ihat of man or of any other animal ex- cepl Ihe slolh and Ihe "sea-cow." Ihrcc Society Osceola — Personal Da her guest Ihis week her has as pa rents III company with Mr nnd M«.j of man an( | can run a t C d of Queen, Miss Lules will later go; 30 milcs an hollr to Colorado and New Mexico. | Tllis slt . ango n ,)imal is confined Mr. ami Mrs. Joe Kohn return- ( lo A(rica soulh o( Hw Sahara cd Wednesday from a six week's Dcscrt counlrics such as Tan- tour of California^ New Mexico ganyikap Nyassili Northern Ulio- nnd 'lexas. _ • i\ desia. and Abyssinia picture it on Mr. and Airs. D. Carrmgton , hcir slaml , s . Onc of t | lc popular motored to Corning, Ark.. Wed-] lr i angl ,lar postage due stomps of nwdny lo visit Mrs. Carringlon's Nyassil shown |, orc is an example. mother, Mrs. J. Wright. Mrs. Rose Myrick mul daughter, Margaret relumed Wednesday (rom a two week's visit with relatives in Chicago, 111., and Cnrey, Iml. . . „. nl , B , lra OI Memphis Her nephew, Ed Rast jr., of wl " spend the Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hughes oi Miss Ora Kelley returned Friday .,.._. .,. _ from Cn|)c c;iror(1ca(] W |i crc S | 10 has been attending the summer session at Ihc Teacher's College. She was accompanied home by Miss Christine Pont of Louisiana Mo., who will visit here a few [lays. Mrs. L. Khourie and daughter, Lorene of Cairo. III., who have monih ;1 month of August with her. AII S 5 , ? Iackic Smllh aild ll! ">' Allen Ldrmgton have gone to Chi- nm,1 M " Vl5it Wilh thC latl «'5 aunt, Mrs. I J. Hesley Mrs. Ed Pittman hns as her ° f " nd Her M»» nll g „ band'Mw ' band Of Memphis will also be her guests tomorrov. 1 . Mrs. Spence Williams was hosi- ICopyrlihl, KJt. ME A Scrvlco, Inc.) Hoys Will l>nll Prizes HRlDGEPOliT, Conn. (UP) — Hoys instead of girls walked oft with the prizes at the annual doll Shibley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sallba. Mrs. Leslie Hooper will go to Hot Springs tomorrow to spend several days. •Riehard Jiedel will leave tonight on a three weeks trip to St. 1 Louis and Chicago, where he will buj fall stock and also hAve his vacation. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Trcadwuj will go to Hot Springs tomorrov. for several days stay. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dentoti wil have as their guests, Mrs. James E. Waters, sister of Mrs. Dentoii who formerly lived here and whr. now resides at Pensacola, Fla., M* and Mrs. Hoy A, '"Weeks and sop of : Edlson, Ga., and Miss Kftlbryr Dcnlon, of Memphis. They wil arrive tonight. Mrs. Bill Wilkins and children of Lusora, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Burke yesterday. Miss Dorothy Davis will leave tomorrow for Denver, Colo., whcii she will be the Bue,sl. of Miss Virginia Lehman lor ft month. The condition of A. .B. Fulr- fleld, who has been ill for some time, Is unchanged. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Stovall returned last night from nn clevc days vacation spent In. Winchester, Nashville and Chattanooga Tenn. Miss Juanita Neal hns returnee from Memphis where she ^visited her sister, Miss Pauline Ncal. Miss Grace Ramsey, of Drcv, Miss., is the guest ,of her uncle C. S. Stevens, 'and family, fo Mrs. J. E. Watts, of Rulcville Miss., who has been visiting hi niece, Mrs. C. S. Stevens, am family, for the past three weeks lias gone lo Oxford, Miss., (o a brother. Mrs. Carney Laslie and dauglilr returned today from Brunswick Ga., where they spent t\v months at St. Simon's Island will- Mrs. Laslie's parents. Mr. LasH met her in Memphis. O. G. Daniel, Mr. and Mr Benton Stiles and Mrs. Vclv Liedel have returned from Kala inazoo, Mich., where they vlsitr, Mr. Daniel's daughter. Mrs. Mayin Jordan. While away they also vis lied several of the northern citlr and points of Canada. Miss iois Nell -stiles. who accompanied them, remained (or a month in Kalamazoo. Tony Liedel relumed 1'IUililM LUTHERAN CHURC II. J. Klcindienst, Pastor Sunday School, 9 a, m; Morning service, 10:00 'a. m Sermon theme: "A Weapon Defense." No evening services during: Aug- ist. A cordial welcome is extended o all to visit our services. SSKMHI.Y OF GOD CHURCH Till i Ash Sis. Sunday school, D: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, 0:45 p.m. Evangelistic service, 8 p.m. All mcrning services will be leld at the church. The Youn;, iccple will hold a street meeting Saturday night at Main and First streets. The revival with the aev. Clifford Miller and wife, will continue the services every night. The Rev. Mr. Miller announced. (lint on Monday night, he been ll,o «ms(s of the former's Jhow nnt , C3r , i!isc 1(ilrade ' llcrc sister. Mrs. Wolf Khourie for the "most original" doll contest with returned homc Friday ' Rnlph Mycrs look first in Hll , ,_ . ,, ,„ , „ J "Mickey'Mouse" nnd Robert Wil^' S?,,""- ^ Mlei ' i V " m i °I SP".^™™- "CO"* «" "POP- nornlng. " and one fable of Osceola players nt bridge Wednesday afternoon First prize v,as won by Mrs w' f "SB of Reiser.' other prizes jcnt to Mrs Paul Driver and Mrs! Lena^Holt 1 of' °'^ ola - anA Iran Keiser °uere: M^ R "•"" * - i Holt, w M. ' igg, Fred Cri r-ar*) „ u, fQU atltt ^ isS "•"•- af™ . , R °, bi ! lson - M «." Williams airo entertained thice tables of bridge Thursday afternoon when Pts^uy'^cb^s,^ Mis. C. L. Jenkins. Mr and Mrs. H J Hale and dauphlcr, Louise, and A W Bowen left yesterday for Lake Village upon receipt o[ a messaec not!-, fjlng them of Ihc death of Judge J. C. Glllison, county judge of Chlcot county, who died suddenly from a heart attack while attending 'a county 'welfare board rtc11 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Carroll B. Cloyd, Pastor Bible school, 9:45; I. O. West- inock, superintendent. Devotional Chalk Talk. Morning worship. 10:50, Sermo: "Ihc Image of God." Evening worship, 8. Sermon "The Blight of Practical Unbe lief." The Missionary Division of the Wcmen's Council will meet nt th< hnll Monday afternoon at 2:30 All members arc urged to conr to Ihis meeting since this Is Hie cnly meeting of the Cminctl fo Ihis month. Young People's meeting at Sunday evening. A new task, ne\ programs, new officers sh mean new enthusiasm. All young people are invited. Mid-week service Wednesday evening at T:45. We had a (jood meeting last week. We are study- Ing the Prophecy of Malachi. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Vine & 2nd Sti .. Harmon Holt, Pastor Luxora Society — Personal Mrs. Chraios .McDai'jels and ,wo children were In Dlythevltlc ••riday visltina with Mrs. Nfc- Danlels' mother. Mrs. Dixie Howard is spending :he v, r eek-cnd In Memphis ant: :rom there will go to Jackson ant Lexington, Tenn., for a ten dayi visit. Mr. and Mrs. S. MoIIItl arid I^cm Stanford motored to West Memphfr; Saturday moniu^- lo meet Miss Margaret Moffltt, wl-.o Is returning from a tour thruogh California an<l Yellowstone Park. Miss i/'ftM accompanied Miss Bullington, of Memphis, on Ihi.; trip. Mrs. R. W. Nichols left Saturday for a few days visit with her mother, Mrs. Hinson, of Union City, Tenn. She will be Joined laler by Mr. Nichols and Ihcy will go lo Rcclfoot L.ifcc for a fishing Irip. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Wilkins, accompanied by Mrs. Wilkins 1 bio- Ihcr, Petit Brooch, who haii been visiting In the Wilkins home for Ihe past week, left for Adkins, Ark.. Friday. Mrs. Lem Stanford and children were guests in the home of Mi's. J. O. FuilerUm, of Blythcville, Friday, ' Mrs. P. B. Burke of Blythcville had as her guesls Friday Mrs. a. O. Wilkins and children, B. O. jr., and Ann Claire, in honor of Ann Claire's birthday. A birthday cake dccoraled with a circus t/ml .animal crackers and clowns, supported by eight candles, presented to Ann Claire. WARNING! In last minute despcralion Crip Hall's opponent is al- lemiillns, by slanderous falsehoods, lo reflect on Crip Hall's record. Crip Hall's opponent is Brattling at any straw to make a showing. He hns been on Oic public payroll for 39 years. It is time for a change. Crip Ilnll has never held any public cfllce, appointive or elective. A TH'— WIN WITH CIUI' Sunday school, D:45 n. m. E. L. Evans, supt. I Morning service, 11 a. m. Sub-! jcctr "Vessels ' Unto Honor." N. Y. P. S. Program, 7:15 p. m. | Mrs. J. C. Crlner, president. | Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Special singing by Rylce's quartet. Mid- Week prayer meeting, Wednesday night. I W. M. S. meets Thursday afternoon, 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Donniva president. Improves Property Adjoining Dean Home In a recent item from Luxora the Courier News reported that E. li. Bogan planned to remodel and modernize the former J. L Dean home in that city. The Deal home, recently has been purchas- version of the sinking give of the Titanic on the piano, talking and playing it at the same time. The public Is invited to the gospel tent on Bth street, be- Iwecn Ash and Main every night it 8 p.m. Two young ladies from Chaffce, Mo.. Misses McKcnzic and Slringfcller, sing special songs each evening. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Vcrnon E. Chalfanl, p;is(or , Our main emphasis, this month, {\\\l\ COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN! l.UXOKA BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School at 9:50, with J. !i. Majors, Superintendent. There will be no morning nor evening vorslilp. The Pastor Is engaged in evival services at Gosncll The B. T. U.'s will not mast luring the month of August. The V. M. 0. will meet Tuesday aft-1 irnoon, 3 p. m., church aiiditor- um. Saturday Only ed by Mr. Bogan, is a modern "' - house. It la adjoining properly also purchased by Mr. Began which he plans to remodel. 'IIX011A METHODIST CHURCH Morning worship will be at 9 1. m. followed by Sunday school U 10 a. m. .with Mrs. Sue Brown , Superintendent. P^,m. Young People's meeting.! Announcement Dr. Glias. Schercr, Chiropodist Will be at Floyd A. White's Shoe Store Tuesday, Aug. 4lh Phone 13fl for Appointments , ; HENRY ARMCTTA C"'" Hounen |Vr»I*nn« Osb»rnt \0>"'i«H>r ton NMMI ,r.KO.RADIO Piciuf*' M SOL USSf* ' f.t o 4 u t r 19 rt Cartoon and Serial—"Phantom Killer" willi Buck ,Ionrs Atlni.—Alalinrc & Night—10 & 25c With tc Tax —Continuous Shoivuig— llcr home in Lexington, allcr n visit licre. to! Tenn., Mrs. Thomas W.' Miller, who has been spending n month here as the guest of Mr. and Mr* Samuel p. Norrls and Mr. ar-i Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thomson ai Sunday - Monday ' "* ~ MCI S "'I rtwflp * Ij.l ' ^L .>~>,* THANKS A Mrs. Pansy Tucker and Miss' '- . for thc prctllcst ' w Bl«n to Joseph Karfo. I her home in Brunswick, Ca. for Ilcan LcSieur, of LKioum. rc-| turned Wednesday from St. Louk,] where they had Been on | Sam Oettlngs of Tulsa. Okla.. is here this week visiting with relatives and attending to business. Mrs. j. w. Wood o.f Tulsa. Okla. U visiting In the homc of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jennings. She will be remembered as MLy; Anella O'Rourkc. Bill Ilogan, Jr., of Memphis, Tenn., is here visiting his father, W. T. HOgan. Read Courier News Want Ads. MANL'EV TOURS Win. I,cn Hotel, Memphis All Expense Tours to Dallas each Sat., $23.00 Mrs. E. A. Traford Osccph, Ark. I'lioue 101 Announcing that thu BOGAN'S PHARMACY of Luxora, Ark., Is Under New Managemeni of Carl UniFlcel • Kxtciuliiig llic same courtesies of {.lie ptusl. (o our palrons aiul customers \ Prescriptions Our Speciality P^ r nwnnnl N>ws and "Sons-of a Nation" Ailm.—Matinee Jfc MgM—10 & ^yith Ic Tax —Ccnlinuous Shotting— TUESDAY, AUG. -1— S75.00 HANK XJGHT! ! —COMING SOON— I.ITTM; RICH with Shirley Temple and Alice Kayc. "OKEE\ I'ASTURKS" with Kcx Ingrain. "UHYTHM OX THK HANGE" with Ilinp Croshv. "TKOUni.B KOR TWO" with Uoli- crt Moiilffnnicry. "SATAN MKT A I.ADV wUli Warren W>lli.Mii. "VOURS FOK THK ASKIKG" with George Kafl. I C. G. "Crip" HALL Over 105,000 Voles for SECRETARY OF STATE In !031 The Winner In 1936 ANNOUNCING A NEW, COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE Beginning Monday, Aug. 3 We liavc just' installed modern laimcliy equipment and now offer a complete laundry service in addition lo our dry cleaninjj service. We ore prepared to give tlic same High quality work m ihis new department thai we have given for the past 20 years in the cleaning business. PICK-UP AND DELIVERY Barnes 5 Nu-Wa Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180

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