The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 5, 1936 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 5, 1936
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TWO BLYTHEVILLE.' (ARK.) , WURIER, flEWB .. ******' *» • » /^ 1 """^ Sorial Ctleod&i «,***« ' THUKSr)AY*S JiVJCNl?} ^Jewish Aid meeting at temple, iSf P. M. »•••<• f FRIDAY'S EVENTS £tadles Bible class, First Mcth- Shaver as leader, Monday afternoon, at Ihc church. She discussed an article deal- Ing with the unprecedented progress of the neci'o since tire war between .Ihe stales. Mrs. C!. Ji. Cloyd lock up the work of ne- wlth hLs aunt, Mrs. Samuel P. Morris, -mid fnmlly, and other relatives. • lie formerly lived here. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Dietrich arc going to Cape Uliardean today lo visit relatives for several days. i for n month, Mr. Wiliilte Is th Misses wilhltes biolher 1h piicsls will also l>e entertained b Mr. Wllhllc's sister, Mrs. G 0 Candlll, nnd family John 1/mg son of Mrs John 11 Lou;, left Simd-u nlLht rnr r.n si church, meet Ing uith ' Hardln, 7.30 pm. Mis Baptist Women Itue •^Buslncis Meeting. fTh'ei'C were 42 members of Ihe ' Roman's Missionary Union of the •First Baptist church who nt- HSjdcd' the' business mecllng Mon- ftpy afternoon, nt the church. "•For the devotional Mrs. Halllo twtce read fioin'lho nth chap' Hcbiew and the Re\ lied Carpenter ollercd prayer ' Al- ThC 'XcY.': Mr.. Carpenter sjiokc ot the Kiingollsfie work In Mississippi «aunty. ••"Mrs. .Leslie. Moore presided In Jjig business session. »»Ice" cream nnd cake were served Jj£ these members of the social «anmittcc: Mrs. J. W. lilshop. Mrs. Harry Brooks, Mrs, John liu- «&anan, Mrs. R. K. Hlaylock, Mrs. ^gihin Hardy and Mrs. Claude Stewart. In the arts. in connection with Hits Mis. John C. Mcliancy sang the spiritual "Standing in the Nocd of Prayer" and Miss MRiearel Shaver rend "Tlie I.litle Btown Derby" by Paul I,awrpiu-e Dmibar. Mrs. Charles Wood discussed negroes In science. Miss Wanda Emllli si>okc on "The Negro In Versaltlc Service." For Ihc concluding number Mrs. Mo Hancy sang "Swing Low, Sued Chariot" with Miss Smith at the piano. Mrs. C, A. Taut, council dent, presided over Ihe b cession. presi- n-1 [a H kli is. marilage. ot Mrs, IjUcllle •Hawkins and Dave Mulllcan, both TO" Manila, was solemnized Sundiy afternoon nt the liome of the licv -fc- G Scoll, of lilacKwatei A -mrnber of rclnthes and friends Sfnesscd the exchanging of the vows. *-^Mr. Mulllcaii and his bride arc jiow at home -tarm couth of on the Manila, Cnldwell Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lynch motored to Memphis yesterday. They were accompanied by their son and daughter, Miss Martha Ann nnd Louis, who will visit relatives. Miss Lynch will be away nhout a week hut Louis will remain until lime for school, Sara Darlington, who has been and will lour the ' western state this season. Mr. Long is a 'drum mcr in the orchestra, MLss Marian McCulchch i .„ turned lo her homo In Wheatlcy Ail:., Tuesday afler visiting Mis. Constance Smith', : who accompan led her home. They were take lo Memphis by Misses Eljzabct ihnnelle, Lclltla Smith and Jua nita Smith and Mrs. ,J. p. and Mrs. Brige since. Miss Lvnch's B ,,e a t [or the »•*, Mr. and Mrs. Veasman, of 81. inmbin O lo join the stage or l.oul.s. are vb:-llng lierc for «cv-| chcslra afflllntc<t with the ''Pate oral days In the homo of Mr. and and Orders Capers of Mirth" re Mrs. M. Fll/.slmmons. viio. This unit toured the south M. Fitraimmons Is attending lo rrn and eastern stales last yea business In Llltle Hock and Mon- ' - llccUo for several days. He was accompanied to Memphis by Mrs. Filicsijnmons, who returned • home last ntehl, Mr. and Mrs. Waring A. Black, of Raleigh, N. C., left yesterday nftcr having motored over from Memphis Monday fo,r a brief slay with Mr. and Mrs. Fnrrusworlh. Black. Mrs. lilack, who has been here for nil enrflcr visit, met Mr. Uliick In Memphis Sunday. They formerly lived here. Mrs. Howard Gill and sons left this morning ft)]- Marshall, Texas, where they will visit rchltvcs. They will also go to Ihc Dallas Centennial before reluming home Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Dennett and family lelt loday for Ashevillc, N. C., lo visit Mrs. Bennett's mother. Enrouie there llicy will visit at nipley, IlolJcvllte and Nashville, Tenn., with relatives and friends. They plan to be away three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hall have returned home nfter a week's vis- 'It at Curve, Tenn., with Mr. cr, A. A. Hall. ' '-WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, lie) her-.'two-sisters, Mrs. J. B. Eogiui, Mrs. T. B. Gideon and aughlcr, Louise, of West Point. Mr. and Mrs. Elstner Beall of Wilson returned last^ week from a umincr's sludy at Iowa Slate Col- cge, Ames, Iowa, where Mr. ncall ook graduate work In Land Ecb- lomlcs, and Mrs. Beall look grad- jale work in Home Economics. 3olh arc members of the faculty of Wilson high school. • !•'. M. fiangslcr Is ill at his home .Mrs. Belva Martin, of Kennctl Mo., Is the gccst of relatives here this week. Miss Vivian Scurlock left Sunday for ten days vacation wllh her sLs- ler, Mrs. o. s. King, at Talln- lah, I/i, Among the Osccolans In Mem iillIs yesterday were: Mrs. C. M Harwell, Miss Nell Ilhoads, Joe Ilhoads, Miss Etliel Jones and Mrs C. K. Carter. ..Miss Josephine,Scurlock returned Sunday from Forrest city, wher she was Ihe guest of Joscpn Pcrd .•Miss Gertrude ', Tindall .accom panlcd 1'aul Fall-ley lo Memphis Monday where he .Joined a com- pin'y of' u.i g.f Engineers and left lor:work on a' Kovernmcnt prpjcct Rt ; jCottpuwo6d 'Palls. Kaiis. Luxora Society — Personal Sues (or Divorce Osceola Society — Personal |, Riiy'il. Caulcy of New" Orleans Arrived Sunilay -for a week's ; visit with Mrs. Caiiley's parents, Mr. aiul Mrs. W. T. Ramsey.' Mrs'. CuiiJey. who ha.s been here •'for Iwo weeks, ;wlll return with him lo New Orleans next Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Rose '•• spent Ihc weekend In Memphis. where WPA School Ends Work Tile WPA school, Ihrec nlso lo her lo l " •SOC ]J™<$ Comp'lmenfcd Jvliss ; Virginia Durham entertained wllji a shots r>i nidoj 'ftlght at her home, 321 Doii^nn, •Jn honor of Mrs Joe Caincy jrho ivns befoic her recent nuu- a»ge, Miss Colleen Holland fc^The 15 Biicst 1 ! <htm creel the "•wide wilh an assoilment ol mls- cillaneous gifts after games had *een plaj ed ^The hostess, assisted by her mother, and Mrs C A Taut, -.crvi-d •teed watermelon ra\ois >\cic jniniature gold wedding bells. -Auxiliary Has A Business Meeting. ~The Woman's Auxiliary of the ..FJrsl Presbyterian church hud si •hnslness meeting Monday aitei- "froon, nt the church, when Mis. 351 M Gray,'\lec president, pre•sided 2jcthcxJiit \ty>n|iyi Jlcci, _iMrs 'M G' Goodwin gave tlir •devotional rind ; Mrs. Charles L 2JTshe, the bulletin, at a mici- i^g of the Woman s Mis lomry -ierioty of the First Mcthc'list (torch Monday afternoon, ac Uic ^SSurch There ucre 22 present. j^t, * * ' galaxy' Union A PILIHC. ie Gnluxy Tialning union ut Uhe First Baptnt church 'nd a Tnoonlight picnic Monday nMit. .^on the banks of Ihc Mlsslsslpat Kincr at Jiirneld when 30 mem <*ers attended. \ ^"SiHR TTAttcr games and vefrcshmcuii ^2|ierc was a biief devotional ^ • • • "Christian Church Wbmcn "Have Program On Ncgrn. »w.Thc 'missionary group of Hit •Woman's Council of Ihe Flvsl 3/liristiah church • liad a iirogram i,'cn the .negroes wilh ^frs. W. W. II A rCOOLEST SPOT'IN TOWN! ; Weds.-Thurs. Shirley Tc'mplc in '^ Toor Little £ Rich Girl' -W i t h : Alice Faye, Gloria H : .Sluarl, Jack Halcv and ~ Michael Whalcn ,.~TIiis time she nol only toiiehcs '^rcur heart...she climbs right in! — Paramount News and ~* IMarch of Time *" —Admission— IMalincc—JO i 25c—With te * ^ Night—10 •& 35o—With tc ' home in Scarcy. Miss Mm inn Scott, or Ilnyli, Is Ihc guest of Drs. Carl and Edna Nlcs tills week. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Prlchclt and two children, of Lor, Angeles, Sunday lo visit her nnd oilier relatives. She will be accompanied hninc by her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ernest Hnsson were, business visitors • to Little Hock Sunday. ;:':•-. '.-;• Miss Charlotte Woolen returned to her homo in Parkin Saturday after a ' week's visit wilh. Miss Beatrice Rose. : Dr. E. H. Cox of Wilson is n Calif., lire guests of Mr. imil Mrs. A. F. Dietrich for a short visit, lliey arrived Sunday unit will B oJ ""M,''"!,,,;;' Irt r'n.l^ f'l. n. ...... .. I I 1 _ ..l_1i I . ' "'lU arc expected lo return lomorrow ! 1)lltiellt "' the • Baptist', hospllnl, from Diillns, Texas, where they Memphis. ....... ' ' --------have been [dlciidinif the Ccnlcn- ''" i::l ' days. Mrs. W. H. McAfee, rich. Miss - Elizalictli Kdwnrds iuis s ., t gone to Taliiilah, La., lo 'spendl M[ MCS two weeks wllh her slslcr. Mrs. Tcmphls. sjicnt a week with their Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Cox and Mrs, Cox's mother, Mrs: s. H. Haynes, Dyersburi;. Hubert Crawford Walls and - Raymond of Keiinctt, Mo., were Biicsts of Mr. aiul Mrs. Leo Qlov- cr Sunday. ' : . Mrs. J. Paul Balrd and children, Jo .Aim ami Barbara, .returned to their home In Dyersburg Sunday after two weeks visit with -her parents', Mr. ahrt'Mrj. J li. O'Slica. and Mr. O'Shea.' Miss Ltlllnn Uletrieli ha lo SI. Louis lo spend a Cordelia and. Josephine Jo1111 n - Milter. Mr. and Mrs. Mil- Wilhitc have as Ilieir guests their., ler accompanied them to Cotton- nieces, Jane Ellen, Devcrly, liar- wood Point, Mo - S .° 1>n '' n lllld li-numl in hK n Hnii v " bric H(1 » STC V. ° r Mi', ami Mrs. J. C. Senrlock Imve Pa., who will be here as their guests this week the lat. ,,ni i '''\ Ior n mo " th . "»<' ^tl•. and Mrs. -tor's inollier and brother and the l'' i lcll ! nl( F™" k W| l"itc, of Vciic/.i! el a, Matter's fnmliy, Mrs. A. C.;rnorn- n" I01 " 0 r Soll(h Amcrlca ' wl"> "re hero roi : , toil nml Mr. aiul'Mrs. R. W.Thorn- Hvc weeks ,, fcw (inys cllro , llc lo 1[ot spring I ton ami ( l al , B hler, of Amory Miss, home. ; In liddltlon to the school work there were social activities,•inchui- g-several picnics. ' Mrs. Lem Stanford had as her Ruests for a bridge luncheon Friday Mines. T. D. Wllklns, Mrs. R. N.'" Nichols, Mrs. Louise Hudson McHenry, Mrs. B. T. Hallow, Mrs. Charlie Thomss, and two out of town guests, Miss Catherine Tennyson, .of Arkadclp'nla, and Mrs. Hays Gowan, of Memphis. A picture was given lo Mrs, Gowan for high score and Miss Tennyson received a deck of cards for low, The Men's Bible class of the Methodist church was 'nosl to the Ladles' BIWc class Sunday at a sunset picnic in Grlder park. The guest list included the wives of Ihe nicmbers of tlie mens class and the 'husbands of the ladles' cluss who do not atlcnd Sunday school. Mrs. S. Moflilt has as her guest her brother, John Stanford, and son, j, T., of Tulsa, Okla"., for a week's visit. Miss Ruth Byrd has gone to Detroit; Midi., for an extended visit with her sister. Mr. and Mrs. John Uugan were guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Bogan Monday. They were enroute to llicir home in Jackson, Tenn. from a visit in Charleston, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Smith and grandson, Clnrcncc Craw-ford jr., who have been in Hot Springs the past six weeks, returned home Monday night, Orovcr Driver, on his return to Jonesboro Monday morning., was accompanied as far as Monette by B. O. Wllklns jr., who will visit with his aunt for several days. " 'Mrs. P. D. Turner, who has been j wilh her parents for the past two months during I'ncir serious illness, has gone to her home in Jackson- vllle, Texas, for a few days to sec her son, who. Is home on his va-l cation from the navy aviation! • • corps, slie will return next Mon-l Mrs. Lavcrne Godwin has riled day. ,!;ult in chancery court here, ask- Mr. and' Mrs. Phillip Ucorgc |lng a (llvol ; ce floin B °yd Codwiii" anil daughters, Eva and MIS f on " le B roulul of desertion. Bamaha, attended the wedding of Mrs ' Godwin ls represented by their son and brother, I,ouls i 0lliri >dley and Sudbury, local at- Miss Ol'lvla Kahelley, of Mliictle, lor " cs ' 5 ' Bay, Alabama, Sunday, August 3. Mr. and Mrs. Hcucl Butler were called to Hope, Ark., to attend the funeral of Mr. Butler's uncle, Jones, who died Friday Marvin night, Mrs. Wai lei- Lynch has returned from a three weeks visit In Flint,. Mich. She was accompanied home by two of her sons, William nnd A. J., who have been in Flint for the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, and daughter, Lourclle, of St. Louis, will spend their vacation of two weeks with Mrs. Campbell's sisters, Miss f'lorencc Rush and Mrs H. W. Spann.. They arrived Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Amy Rush left for their hJInc in Amarlllo, Tex. Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Parks, of Trumann, was the week-end guest of Miss Maggie Sue Pletnmlng. • John B. Driver, who is In a hospllnl at Wichita, Kans., writes that he is steadily improving and hopes to return home In ten days. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Wifaul Wcntl-And Yw'll Jump Oul «f BcJ in the Moiriinf Rit'm' IQ Go The liver ehoutti pour out two pounds of liquid hilt! Into your bow els daily. If this l>£!o Is not (low [UK freely, your foe*! Ana n' I <5 f ices I, U jualikcays In the IwveEa. Cn» l)!oata up your EtOJiwh. You n»'t consUl'ated. Your vvjiolc sysfoin t» polsonnl nm3 you feel sour, sunk niul the wortit looks [innk. I.iiativL-s uro only makeshifts. A merg Lx)weljnovenient4lot'an't «ct nl t>iecauso. It takes those «ooJ, o!il Cnrt«r*n MUfe Liver J'illitORfl thc-su (.wo pounJiof bili'lbwing freely BUI! make you tec\ "ii]i ami uji". tUrni- !oss, Kenlle, yet titnnziny In umkinK liile l!ow frilly. Ask forCarlpfa Litlte Liver PULa by najne.Slutbornly rcfufto anything els o. Z6c. Mrs. Abe lionic from Livcrant Is expected the Baptist hospital Tuesday. Mr. Livcrant will motor down for her. Miss Came Mae Hires Is able to be oitL aynin after an illness of several weeks. ORDERS TAKEN FOR "BERNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS FREE Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. C. Haley 1109 ChLckasawba Phone 792 Factory Trained Radio Expert Kepairs on :ill makes- of nullus 14 Years KxiH'riciice II. S. 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