The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 6, 1936 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 6, 1936
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1936 BLYTHEVUJJS.- (AKK.) COU1UISR Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Jewish Aid mccllng ali temple, 7:30 l>. M. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Ladles Uiulc class, First Methodist cliureh, meeting with Mrs. Ed Hnrdln, 7:30 p.m. Brille-lilecI Complimented. Miss Hazel Hardin, whose. marriage to Charles Simmilon Murphy, of Memphis mxl Charleston, 3. C., will lie solemnized August 17. was guest, of lioiicr at a morning bridge parly and luncheon given yesterday by Mrs. Jo'hn Miles Miller. Tlie 24 guests played cards amlct many garden flowers, arranged in colorlnl holders. Miss Karelin's place was marked witli a corsage- of rosebuds and the pink color was :ih'o noted in the bridal tallies. In the bridge games Mrs. Bstcll: Cooke Vollmer won a linen bridge set for honors, second prize, linen guest towels, went to Mrs. O. 1>. Moss, and the guusl of lionor was presented .silver. After I'ne bridge games a three course luncheon menu \vas served. included in the guests was Miss Jlarclln's mother, Mrs. Samuel T. Jlardin, of Joncsboro. Bits of News Mostly Personal Kroficr r'uiployes Sponsor Dance Here The Kcmba, Kroner Employes Mnliial Benefit Association, held , ., . a dance at the Hotel Noble's Blue , f[Uml y," n(i Mrs. H. N. Swearoiigcn Hconi last nlBht when 150 guests wellt to Jollcslmro [ollil y fo1 ' "'<> attended. Included in these ' John BlRCkwood, of Little Hock, vUltcd here Tuesday. Mi's. John Miles Miller Is In Memphis today on business. Mrs. B. \V. FltKSiniinons and son, Jack, will arrive home to<lay from Pontotoc, Miss., where they were called because of Uic death of Mrs. Filzslmmons' mother, Mrs. Walter Ucws. They have been ttierc for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Fox returned last night from Hot Springs where t'ncy have been spending the past three weeks. H. Hlghfill will arrive home tonight from Dallas, where he has been transacting business and attending the Centennial. P. H. Joyner returned yesL'.'rday morning from okcmah, Okla., v/nere he was called because of the illness of his daughter, Sara Grace, who has double pneumonia. Sara 'Grace is now better but will have to be in bed for two more .weeks. She was taken ill two weeks ago. She and her mother, brother and sister arc visiting relatives there. Mrs. Tollio Delaney was taken to the Memphis Baptist hospital yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Rnmcy and members of in tile chain store organization in the Memphis territory. The dance was open to the public ami there were a number of oilier guests. 11 is probable that this will be made a monthly affair. » • t Daughter Horn "' T.TJ A daughter was born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. J. I,. Low- ranee. of Kcnnett. The baby, who weighed eight pounds, has been named LalUie. Mrs.;Xowrancc was formerly Miss Maizei! Bennett, of this cily. i.^vlllij Pawheen News E. E. Shocmakc and family and Mr. Shocmake's mother, Mrs. S. A. Shoemake. of Marmaduke. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lloyd at Foolar Corner Sunday. ... Mrs. W. D. Layson's baby has been sick for a week. - -Mrs. U. K. Lloyd is recovering from.,a. slight illness. ,..,., ., Aiiss Imogciio \VariU.lnis--iiffei-- cd'a fe.lapse and may iiave to-return'.to the hospital for further treatment. , Fifly-foiir were baptized in Buffalo (iilcli Simday, marking the close of a meeting conducted| at Skidway uy the Rev. Bryant j Stone. Mr. anil Mrs. Nate Harris and Ted Smith and cilildrcn drove to Blythcvillc for a birthday dinner in honor of Mr. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Cal C. Obbard have as their guest Mr. Olibard'a sister, Mrs. Nora Horton, who lives in Missouri. funeral of Ray Jackson, a cousin of Mrs. Ramey and Mrs. Swcar- cngen, who died yesterday following a long Illness from cancer, lie was well known licro, having traveled for the Ciulahy Packing Company for 35 years. Gordon, Sue and Eloisc Ranioy have returned from Carboniliile, II!., where they visited relatives. Mrs. Charles Short, Mrs. Aaron Peterson and Mrs. Frank Webb spent yesterday at Dyess as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dickinson. Miss Sara Nunn has relumed 'homo Jrom Anuapolis, Md., where she ^,ent* two months. Mrs/ Wolf Arian is visiting Hoi Sittings. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bickersian*, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anderson and "Buddy" Anderson arc snenttin; Ihis week at Hardy. Among the Mississippi counlLam who were in Joncsboro for Sena- lor Joe T. Robinson's address last Attend Conference W. J. Wunderllch, who has recently been made a state director of the Arkansas Society for Crippled Children, and Mrs. James B. of the county a conference in Jonesboro last night, with Col. T. H. Barton of El Dorado, president of the sU»le group. Col. Barton was in Joncsboro lo Ciark. chairman group, attended address a meeting club. of the Khvanis light were Mr. and Mrs, C. M! ick, Mr. and Mrs, J. w. Meyer. Mrs. J. B. Clark, Mrs. Howard ^roctor,' Zal n. Harrison, C. W. Af- ilick, c. H. wifson, c. B. Dabcock C. G. Redman, w, J. Wimderllch, 1'. U McHSncy, all of Blylhcville, I', C. B. Young, of Osccola, Jimmy Owalluey, ol Victoria, an'd w F Wilson, of Wilson. Hobcrl ic, Johnson, of Oklahoma Jity, Okla.. head of the Dlyl'nevllle Water Com])nny, is attending lo •iisliiesj licrc loday and tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. G. u. iinninrcl returned from Memphis yesterday where they look their son', Gebrgc Jr., who will visit relatives there. Miss Mllflrcd Lou Iltibbard has returned with Miss Lucy Terry renshaw to 'ncr liomc in Hopklns- ille, Ks-.. for a visit. .lack Neblell, of Forrest. City, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 11. G. Parllow and Miss Anita Strackc for several days. Mr.s. Belle Wood had as her guest Tuesday, her aunt, Mrs. c. II. Hermlon and itaiighlcr, Miss May- mc, and her sister, Mrs. Frank B. Eastwood, of Caruthersvillc. Mrs. Lee Alchley 'nivs recovered from a ten days Illness at her home on Dougan avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mceks, of Caruthersville, hare moved here, Mr. Mceks Wing connected with the A. G. Shibley Wholesale Ciro- cery Company. Mrs. Catherine Dark has returned to her 'noine in St. Louts after spending several days with her daughter,- Mrs. Marshall nlackard, and Mr. Blackard. Mrs. Blackard, nice Aldrcdg6 motored her lioiiu; bill returned here yesterday. Mrs. R. p. Moore, his i returned from Caraway, whew;" she S|>ciit a week with her 'grandson, -Jack l-'in- cher, and Mrs. Fincher. Tncy motored her home Thursday nlslit. Holland Neuts Notes Mr. and Mrs. Russell Little and son, Cnrl Anthony, mid Mr. nnd Mrs. c. }'. Jenkins; of Mow- Survey, spent the week In Nashville anil Itrownsville, Tenn.. visit- Ing relatives. They, returned l-'rl- day accompanied by Mljs Eliw- beth Slnuiioiis of Brownsville who will remnin i\ fe\y days here. Uoylo Hood of Leachvllle, Ark., has been visiting- lib mother Mrs. Cora Hood for some, time. Mrs. Luther Hayes,' Ml.ii Paulino Hood, Mrs. Uealrlco Bradford and Mrs. Irene' Woods have re- lumed • from a weekend in Bells, Tenn., and Cheslniit Uliiff with iclallves, Mrs. Hill Sccoy and daughter Uilly Hose of Joiiesboro, Aik,, came Sunday for , a,<week'svisit wllh Mrs. Pmnc'ls'-Murphy.'' They wore accompanied by little Francis Freeiiuin who has,been vlsll- iny Mrs. Secoy llie... .past '• ' Iwo weeks. : • '.. Miss Nellie Plnkslon left Saturday lo. visit her slslcr, Mrs. Fra;ik Foster, of Pint-oil,- Ark., liter .T week with her lather, ncv. J. U Plnkslon. . : William Arnold left Monday for East St, Louis wticru; lie will M .iloyed with [lie Swift I'licklne, Company. Kussel Dcvore . of Klvlns, Mo., came Wednesday to bo with Ilia wife and daughter, Carol Ann. who nre vac-allonliif witli Mrs. Din-ore's parents, Mr. mid Mrs. Jim Co-' lioon. Mr. ami Mrs. truest Dnlllngcr liavo BOIIC lo their home ni Capu (Jlrardeau for three weeks and Mr. Smith uml daUKhler aiiii son Ocllran ami Danlon lo their home at Spihiglii'ld, niso lor throe .weeks, before rclumlnj! lo rcsinne their work on the new school building, which Is under construction here. Mr. and Mrs, M. 1(. nnllcy left Wednesday iiiornlng for MiJiuphls where the latter will vlsll Mr. nw \ Mrs. liny Mathls and Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Thomiis for two weeks. Kli. Hnlley will leave Immediately for Dallas, Te.vns to visit his brother H. C. liultey and nephew llnrold liiilley. He will also alleml the TC-MIS Centennial, Miss Helen Patterson hns (jonc to the home of hc-r mother, Mrs. -I. W. Porter, in Alamo, Tenn., where slio will remain lo ntlemt school. : Kolluwln;; n brief visit here wllh his pnrcnls, Mr. n'mi Mrs. C. .1 McCormlcX, Forrest McCoriuick returned lo SI. Lmils Monday. Mr. mid MIS. ,1. M. White rc- tuincd to Memphis Bundiiy nriur a fhort vlsll here- where they were called to .attend thu funeral of Mrs. c. 11. While w!io died Sul- uvdny. • • ;, .V| i O. J. Deeds Is here from Waterloo, lowu, where he spent his vn- MANLKY TOUUS Win.. Hotel, Memphis All Expense Tours lo Dallas each Sat., $23.00 Mrs. K. A. Truford Owcula, Ark. I'lionc 101 KILLING POWER KUH MOSQUITOES, FLIES therFLYINGihstcts T QUICKEH 3 T Bcc Brand Insect Spray con- ^ tains ^1% more pyrclSrina— the most important insect-killing , ingredient. Mighcst Quality — New Lower Price. 1 Kill Crawling Insects wilK Bee Brand Insect Powder. It's finer-ground—con tains more killing particles per ounce—kills 32% quicker in tests. McCor- 1 mick 2c Co.. Bakery Specials AM, DAY - - FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY Baltimore Dip Gake, each 19c Walnut Bars, doz, 9c Large Mince Pies, each 14c Individual Pecan Rolls, each 2c Parkerhouse Rolls, doz. 8c Special for Butcreg Hour, S to 6 p. m. only, Friday, Saturday and Sunday Hot Dorrots, doz. lie Hot Cinnamon Rolfs, doz 8c Large Jelly Rolls, each v .. 6c Honpy Pineapple Rolls, doz .; .10c Walnut Wafers, c'oz. 3 C Hot Plain Rolls, doz. .. . 5c Siiccial Adcnlloii Given All Special Orders Blytheville Baking Co PHONE HO Sensational Savings In a Remarkable Purchase for Cash from one of the Largest Blanket Mills New Fall and Winter Blankets \Vc hiivc bhinlicls o f every dc.scriptinn at any Which You May Buy Most Conveniently on Our Lay Away Plan A small (ioposil will hold any .blanket. Conic in ami lc( its explain our lay. : away plan lo ynu. .Have Your Blankets Paid for When Winter Arrives (>(i.\7(i Single 1 1-S i.b. Cotton Compare tills C9c value with olher low-priced blankets. 44c (itixSO Part Wool DOUBLE BLANKETS Sateen bound, beautiful pastel plaids, v^ith .striped (ir j. This r»ir of heavy blankets weighs i 3-4 pnnnds and !s a real S1.08 value. $1.49 72.\!)0 I \-'i Mi. 25'-;. Wool BLANKETS Taflcla bound and a regular SC.98 value'. Featured al $4.98 72x8'l, Double Size, 25'i' Wool BLANKETS Sateen Lotind, bcjitiliful pastel pluids in all colors, ;) s well a.s dark palUrns. This pail- of $<1.'JS hlankcls weigh 5 1--1 poinids, yet \vo sell lliem at $3,98 a pair 72x!)0, Dotililc— 1 1-2 I'ouml PART WOOL .BLANKETS Here's a blanket most .stores ;iah §3.G!1 for. Conies in snlccn bound paste! plaids nnd (Uirtur colored plaids in several two-lone combinations. $2.98 70x80 Part Wool Double Blanket A 3 II). part wool blanket, salrei] boil ml. with thrvc rows of sUtclmt^. A $1.98 value. $1.79 -72xS.|, ;j 1-2 1,1). Double BLANKETS Part wool blankets in green, Vdio. pink. gold. etc. And a real S2.-19 value. $1.98 Indian Blankets rtloilcmislu 1 Callcrns Comc in many altrnctive color combinations. Ata) ns- ctl fcr ulnkhig robes. Single sijc 10x80. $1.98 Extra-Ordinary Values in Fine Cotton Blankets 65x70' Double BLANKETS This is n heavy 2 1-8 II). double cotton blanket, that, should sell for 93c. Featured at 86 c 70x80, Full Si/,e Single Cotton Mi/nrr Note the large size. Wcizlr. I 1-8 pounds. In light pastel plaid designs, Worth 63c. 49c 70x80 Double BLANKETS Compare this heavy ?. 1-1 It. double' cotton blanket wit), these being sold at $1.29 and more. QRA ^Bi^ r SEE OUR WINDOWS Mr. i lion with lik parenl.s. lie | 4 •hrelpiil of the local hlgli school. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. family tif Jackson, 'Mo., Mrs. Marry Tully nml: son of Jackson, ami Mr. ami rs, rrumaii stnllcr nnd datiiili. r, of Undley. Mo., where the icsls of Supt, nnd Mrs. w 1 eycrs Sinulay. Mr, and Mrs. Im -/.alincr and Kdvvln and Mr. un<l sLstcd dm Ing. the revival -last year, serving ngtitn, ; Miss Janice ''pierce' Is •. visiting licr molher, Mrs. Lorcnc Pierce, tor u few weeks, She Is Irani Cnpe Glrnvdcuu. ils Workman amt .son Hamlnl horns from Cnpe ciln SUfrecouch of HW Shown MIlDOLKUOriO, Mass. (Ui')-A HO-yenr-olU -stagecoach thai once Mrs.| run between • Boston -ami Newbury- here they were sluclenls at thu Into Teaclier.-i College during Ihe limner, Dorothy Thompson of Van men, Mo., mid Mary UuLsc i'wi'11 of Pit-sod, Ark., have nr- ved to begin Ihcir duties us new mibTO of (he high school facnl- The Haptlst prolraetcd meetlim afled Sunday nlgla • W ldi Rev. nottiers of Tennessee, wlio stands-on: Die cromids E S a rimpui Clml.'i rit'ill r/ii Now AvtIUbU It All Sulllr.n. niniijU nri) qn lli'p.rcj.j (o |.rri,,»|ijr« i i .f I'llo ,„!„ ™,,,| |,,t( nm , vllnlllj'. Tlial'rl- tiiiillun utilch MU)> tFiclr viil« l-'urmiitu l-rwcrlpll ,1 Minor (VUiV fivUIJ hni"r,. kuaw or, ^olLl'on of a. soulh, : Attached W; are four horses'';fashtoo«i?oUt''f covering' CHILLS ;and> FE^YER ;^| ALEXANUER'g iBON'TO^ic! Is IKe sp«dk»l remedy.known' for • Malaria;;Chilb .»uj '-Fever/ II i will check Malaria " required to".!»lop':.; chjiS^ As. a general toi^lc -for', tfaik4 "tired" or "worn out".-fe«llrir,' it silmulaUs a p |> e * 11 1, bflXtf strength and vitality and .(ivns' you pop and color. g«u by\'»i jood drujfUlu, ' , —Ad"" •'X. Robinson Drug Co. Evi'i-y r:ir owner kimws the Western Adln Supply Cninpaiiy, fur 2J years tin* MOrhl's lenrllnT; Andmiil- lille Siiji'ply .Stores. Tills now lucally owninl slon- lirlnjs !,"'iu!ln<; VVi'.slcrn Alitn Mcrrliniultsi< n " il values illri'cl to car owners uf ..- . . Ntw, tn-sli, hlj;li- f;r:ulc . m j.rler.s i:\n- ^DVrnl 111 till <if Hie I'Liindy. . Kvery Article "SATISFACTION Ol! 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Come' hi and' let. us show, .you tlu'.st husky.- Wcarsvcll.s.. .and how.' vre srivr you, 30 lo .so per . cent .over" otliei: tires of J cqimi quality. NOW ,' I'KICKI): ' AS ' LOW AS: ....... $ 4 .39 "2!« 1.10-21 20XI.50-ZI ..SI.53 30X4.S.O-J1 .. 4.1 S 26.vt.75.13 ..4.35 Tires Mounted Free Z3.\f.00-19 ..S5.35l\ 28x5.25-18 id. ..-4.28SJMV Sum incr-Weight I T6 ounct Clan Ndmracr'- ^ Auto Seat Covers Reg. 50tvalue l| ~® Ke«n Tempered Poclcet Knives Wi'dc Choi'ce of Stylos ^ 57c Any scat in R n y car or pair fcr coach front. 31 valtic Just slip them en, Neat, : smooth-filling. Cool, clean ifuid comfortable. Bright, attractive patterns. • ; Tub- Washable Scat Cover? : For Coupes S2.1S and S2.25 Fcr Coacli, front ..... S2.J5 Metal Reinforced Folding ARMY COTS ; Pit 11 '•'adult si^e.^*friJ-fc'3 Slrohg hardwood'' 'j£MI frame. Durable " cai\vas lop. •sss (colors • Well Insulated. , lining: Strong stetl cSself Fully Guaranteed!

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