The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 8, 1936 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 8, 1936
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W.GKTWO BLYTHEVIKUS. -(ARK.)' COURIER 'NEWS : Social Calendar ""< MONDAY'S EVENTS Circles W M U., First Bupllsl rtiurch -.meeting. 1, Mrs. Lloyd Stittmon, 2, clmrcli; 3, Mrs. W. M. Wifiiams; 4, Mrs. Raymond Zach- T5.-6 clmrcli YV-W.'A. Hireling First Baptist clnuich. Intermerfiile G A. .inciting First Baptist church, 4 p.m. • i] '• Junior G. A. meeting First Bap- tlECt'irerch, 4 p.m. W: M. S, First Methodist, church lining program i\t church, 3 p.m. -WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Sunbeams meeting First liapllsl chijjfcli, 4 p.m. - THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mfomim's Club having Bingo pur- ty.^pinkelsplcl building, 1:30 pm. «. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Jilrs. Woodrow Fislier hostess to Eifttli Luncheon club. Ha* .Birthday Parly Mrs. J. W. Crawford wits glreji a Jjtirprise birthday party Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrj. John JMcBridc, near Cos- neH; A ganie was played In which lh£ guest of honor followed a rlb- l)oi» whicli led lo a basket filled with eif(s. 1 'f il McBi [dc was assisted by Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mr.s, 'I'liwxlorc Logim nml Miss Wyiidlo Shepherd left (ortay for n two .weeks vacation to bp spent fit Ardmorc. O., and UH> Great Lakes' Exposition. Tliey wlil also visit, In Canada before n- tumiiii; homo. T. o. Seal, of Little Hock, is spending the weekend with . h!o faintly. Tommy Demi Hntclicr went to Glen Allen, Miss., yesterday ly .spend two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. 11. Huff. T. J. Ciowdcr returned to St. Louis today after iittcmlliuj ID business here for two weeks and visiting Ills finnlly. The Rev. Alfred Carpenter lias returned from several days spent In Memphis. He went Iheie immediately after having conducted nil evangelistic mcclinir rit Manila for a month. R. Morris King, of Pace, Miss.. who formerly lived Iwre, will arrive Sunday for a brief visit will) relatives. His mother, Mrs. Robert E. Lee King, will accompany him hoinc lor a visit. _ Mrs, J. L. Thompson, her son, Jimmic, and daughter, Miss Mary M«i. Allison Dorris, Mrs. Burlcy Cnm'ford and Mrs. Harvey Hart ^ _ in^scrvlng Ice cream, cake anil Alice, "lire here for 'u 'brief 'stay coB drinks . ' W | t i, Mr . a , Kl M , s }lugll Nclso|1 Wilor In the afternoon Hie 10 ahompson and famllv. 'nicy arc prfBciit organl/iHl n Homo MLs- ' slojary Union with Mrs. R, P. Tcjnplc ns president, Mrs. J. W. Crgwlord, vice president; Mrs. Da'.i NeWham, secretary; Mre ; Edgar Bijwii, treasurer, Mrs. J. II. Este%^ reporter. Other members arc: M»i. Cleve Wadley, Mrs. Donis, Mft. ilurley Crawford, Mrs. Elmer Vap Clevc.. Mrs. Edington, Mrs. MeBrlde, Mrs. Hart ami Mrs. Pos- eyg Mrs Hide, Mrs. Gann ana MM Vnncc were guests. fiectltiBs will be held ^..^,, Thursday aflernoon wllh Mrs. Ed- gat. Brown to be hostess next each H»S Watermelon Party.' •Miss Irene Tinker entertained » gusts last nlsftt with n-wnlerincl- at her country home on Highway 61 Supper was served on "• the, la»n bcf6rc Hie wntcfniclon feajt Games were also played. Among the guests were Miss Helen Hughes of Williford, who Is visiting her sister, Mrs, George Shanks and Miss violet Ladd, of Holland , '••'•; " Woman's Cliib Will Sensor Bingo Tarty. In an effort fo make money for the redecorating and repairing of the Woman's club house, tins or^ gajiization »i!l sponsor a bingo pnr " ty-Thiir'tfiy nfght, 7 <!0 o clock at th6 DlnkcUpicl building I large number of prizes have "bcih given the group for tne af fag. , Entertains Cl'nb. ' * Mrs Edwin Jones entertained thji Di tch Luncheon cuib jest-r daj when lunch \\ \s s»r\cd on sraill Hbles m the living room which. had b"en decorated with tir derj flowers After lunch the members and tw« guests Mrs Jesse Lnmbert nml Mrs C H Causey went to the Rite theaier for (<i" matinee Gh's Tuj; Sets birc WOOD! AND cal (UP)-Omcml inHMltgicton o7 the burning ol Inick here developed that it u cnroutc to tlieir, home In Memphis after n visit with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jones and family al Indlnimpolls, Ind., and oilier northern points of "Interest, Miss Betty frognivof Little Hock, arrived today for ri visit with Miss Jane, Branson. W. t. Baker,.' who. is ill from pneumonia, Is resting very well.' Reba and Lillian Wrathcr, of I'ortagcvllle, are" pAtiei)fs lit the Memphis St. Joseph's vSixspltnl. Mrs. W. C. Cameron, ol Llix- ora, was admitted to the Memphis .Baptist hospital yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. James nil) spent the first of the week al Mammoth Springs, where Air. Hill attended to business. Mrs. Walter Bragg Smith, of Montgomery, Ala., Is the guest of 'her aim 1, Mrs. James inn, mul Mr. Hill; From here she will Join Mr. Smith at Slot Hayti Sociely —Personal Mrs ' ( ciyd'o snider: and son', nnd hei brolner Charles Edgar Dun- tan of •Memphis, were hcrjs 'Friday vlsitiiir Attj and Mrs. J. E. Dim- c-vn clnrles Edgar hits: bc'c'n al- lcnd[n K the University of Tennessee ichool of medicine al Memphis for three years. , Miss-Julia llageinunn Is in Cuaf- t"e Mo this week; visiting r e ln- tives.aud friends. kurlies Powell, Albert Uunlcr r.nd Flmtr Lewis atlciKled n firc- irens Couynllon at Dcxlcr Weil- nestlay.and Thursday. Mr nnrt Mrs. P. s. McPhcnon entertnmcd Mr. tmd Mrs. Robci.'! Monaghan of olliespte, III., > this' Bobbj Kinebcrl ol this city nnd Ins grindfutber, j.-j. cross ot Miklcn ire -mending |he Centeu- lal it Dilhs Texas, nnri visltin" rehtius t'neio Mr nnd MI-S. W. M. Patterson and Mrs. nonnte Grccnwell, who , — ;-1 j •» n iiuivilj- glass fishing line, be strong- er^han silk or linen, and resistant toTungi and mold in wafer. _»ead Courier News want'Ads. ORDERS TAKEN FOR "13ERNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS FREE Mrs. Leslie Ifoopcr . Mrs- A. C. Haley 1109 ciilcknsawba ' • Phone 702 ANNOUNCING NEW EQUIPMENT which.we have ju?t installed in our Dry Lleaning Department, making it one of the most modern plants in Arkansas. A new distillinjr system just in- : stalled enables us to thoroughly restore ow cleaning solvent to its original condition. The ordinary plant reclaims Us solvent with a caustic solution which removes vegetable and animal fats. Our new distilling S ys- ... tern, however, removes ALL o'ils, • including mineral and petroleum greases, which \vill »ot clarify in a caustic solution. This, system enables us to nhvavs clean jour garments with a pure, oil-free solvent. t BLYTIIEVILLE LAUNDRY Phone 327 Oft on That First , Trip to Europe She's been "in the money" for a long lime, lint Kllie) Merman, Bi'oadwiiy nntl screen torch sinner, now is on her first trip to Eu- ropol Here she registers excilc- nienl and eagerness while waiting for Hie liner to weigh anchor. And in her purse is a box ot seasickness pills. Itns been in the liapttsl liosullal at Memphis, returned 'home. Wednesday. He has been suffering r ro m chronic malaria. ! M(ss Frledn alckcry or Lilbourn was hrre Thursday and Friday visiting In (lie home of Mr. and Mis. Wolf Khourio as the guest of their tlaughteis, Mis.sre Edna and Anna Mae. Miss Vondn and Tommy joe Wooilward arc visiting relatives at Itoxl?. Arfc.. this week, Miss Mary Sue Franks, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. c. II. Pranks, Is recuperating at her 1,01113 from a recent tmisilcctomy, performed by Dr. A. o. Shlrey. L=c Anderson and dang'nicr Thetmn, accompanied Ihe former's mother, Mrs. Malltc nobcrlson .Mrs. Herbert Ilereltlgue and son aiut Mr. and Mrs. Prank Anderson and son to their home in Louisville, Ky. They expect lo he gone a month reilestrfan Laments Fate HAMILTON, ont, (UF)- James OTlAherly is.telling of his experiences with "the world's most, discourteous motorist," O'Fliiherty said he was knocked down by a car white crossing the street. Tne driver leaped out, waited for O'FJa- iwrty to regain his feel, and then knocked him unconscious with a Mow to the jaw, jumped back In Hie car and drove away. . ' AMERICA'S ORIGINAL EXCUUSIVE DIESEL SCHOOLS DIEStL SCHOOLS l.\ Monroe ~Avf, finphis, 'Tcnn. "NDTtys C-OUPON TODAY fej/fSlipiis. cf j #' ' CRUSHES ASSKMtn.v <>!•• con CHURCH 7th nnd Ash sirrcls .Sinulay school, 3:45 a.m. Morning service, n li'.m, ]•• '-, > J;iH .servk'e, 4:,'iO p.m. '"' ?' Jr. C, A. Class,' 5:30 p.m. '*'> «i-. o. A. class. 0:45 p.m, •' KvangclLitlc serinun, 8 j).m.' * The Simd.iy niornliig services will he held nl ihe church nnd the u'cv Miller, who Is in a revival campaign at tvie lent on sixth .street "•111 bring (i message'on "Spiritual Dissipated rower." The young people will conduct a street, .service Saturday night n l Main and pirsl streets. There : will be'a .young, paople's rally, Including,Arkansas, Tennessee and Missouri, at Ihe tent Sunday at a p.m. .The newly or>an- I'-Ml hand of (his clmrcli, under the siipcrvisioh of Fowler Lenden- nle, will mnkc its first, public nn- licarancc. The-public is Invited 'FIKHT ISAITIST CIIUKCIE Alfred Carptnier,'iiastor Sunday school, 3:30 a.m. .A class for each n*jc. Churcn, 10:35 '"i: Topic: "Where Is Your Hope?" .'. : B. T. U., C:30 p.m. A' : union to fit your needs. ' '. ,' Church. ^30 p.m."Topic: "The Royal Uiood." . . .-. ;. ' Special music at bofn ,worsliip services. . •- • • Mid-week prayer service,' Wednesday, 7 p.m. - FIRST CHRISTIAN' CHURCli Carroll (Iluyd i>;i s ( or Bible school. D:-15. \. o. Westbrook, Supt. Good attendance record depends upon the loyalty of each member. We're looking. for yon. Morning worship, 10:5<S. Sermon "Prayer and the City of God." Evening Worship, 7 : .t5. SermoM d soujj service. Young people's meetinB at 1. Best program reported last Sunday .e'vci ning In many anndays. Come and join with tticsc lyqun,; people in discussing things of vital Interest to yomif; people. . Mid-week service Wednesday evening nt 7:.i a . conUmie discussion of Malaclil's I'ropliccy. CliKlS'l'IAN SCJKNCK SEKVICIi IDS W. Main "Spirit" Ls the. subject ol the Lesson-Sermon whlc'ii will be read in all churches of Christ. Scientist, 'Sunday,.. August 9. -,^The Ciokufn Text ;ls: I'.Tliou. nrt my God: thy spirit Is gooil-.. Imd me iulo llic laud of nprig'.Undii" (Psalms M3:10). -, •;' Among lh c citations which''com- COOl.KST SPOT IN TOWN I Saturday Only C'arlcon ami Serial—"1'hantom Kidfr' 1 with IStn-k .Tones/ Adm.—.Manure Jl Ni»!,t—10 A- J3, Will Ic'.Tax"' • • —Coiitinuuus Sli'mrlnj;—". Sunday-Monday urn's mm EBIUUSH-AND- THBIU hi! FRCH Hi ''(HE THIN »US"I l«lj>c th6 Lcswji^ermbVis'ill's following from the Bible: "Gent Is n Spirit ami they tat worship him miisl worship him 1 ln'sp'lrit''aml'!ln trutlv" '(John 4:H4):' ::,•: ' .^ Thp lesson-Sermon Include^,also the .'following passage- ' from the 'Christian -Science textboblk','" ."science and Health, wllh Key u>'Die Scriptures." by Mary Baker -Eddy :y(r/Kr Scriptures'lih|>ly-(iial OOitlfcs All-in-all. Prom this 11 follows TJml nothing possesses reality nor existence except the divine Mind 'rind Ills Ideas." (page 331). fll.OIUM J.UTIIKliAX CHUHCH II. J. Klcindic'iisf. I'aslor ' Sunday school. 0 .a. m. ; : j Divine worship, in a. in. Theme qi .se'rilion:' "'Cnj'fst's '\Yarriihf ;rs- sjicd against'jfijbe P^phcts"/V ^ livening services ^navti" UQC-II dls- coniiiuiKl dui'inj?-August. ...,!, A cordial welcome to n:i. \Vc preach Christ, nnd Him Crucified .1 Hear tills message. .:CHIJIU;JI OK •ml:' NAXAKKKK Vine & Si't'ond Sis. llaimcn Holt, l':i R lor -. Sunday school, 0:45 a. m. E 7. Avails, supl. ' ' • Morning worship, n a . m Scr- nion Ijy pastor. ; M Nl V !•'.' Sl • i Jrt>BI ' nm ' 7 "5 D. m.. Alts. J. C. Crlncr, president Special service, 8 p. m. ' Tile SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1930 7:15 P. -in.' . i Eyenihg 'worship 8:00 p n- ''Tlie Fruit of the Spirit" 'will be Die 1 sermon-subject used. : - Tlic pfogj-ani, meeting' 'of (lie W. M. S, .Monday afternoon at three o'clock. • "Mid-week 'devotional services ediiMtlay evening at wren-thirty' o'clock. • : ciiiiRcii aevcirlii nml Main W. V. Woinack, J'asdir .The church school Tor study Worship, Inspiration, 9:45 a. ,„ .;. Mnriiing worship 10:55 The in-' tot will use for his subject "Prr- fnriiiR Hie Wny". AH Important announcement will be made ; JLoagiirs for all young people at Jane Branson Honored by Daughters oif Confederacy 'Miss Jam? 'Branson, dniiglilcr of Mr. and Mrs. u; s. Branson, lias been awarded another honor for <icr work as a' student. The National group of the United Daughters of tile Confederacy lias selected her for an award at Brenean college, Gainesville, cia., where Miss Branson Is to attend college this year. Tills is in addition to fhe. fchoiarshlp offered by the school in a national contest in which Ml=s Branson )v as one of tfie winners fAts. John C. 'Abernathy, o f Chi-' cago, Is chairman of the committee on "educational awards tot the national u. b. o: ' j.'As'valCd.iCtorian of (he '36 class .of the cilj-'htsh ECliool, \flss Branson received numerous honors. Hoollrgirers In Clover SAINT JOHN, N. p. (UP)—NCW Brunswick bootleggers are cnpoy- liig a "boom" as a reiiilt of high pricts of litiuor in government stores. They are able to sell liquor three- {lines cheaper, than the government ami 'have established businesses in every part of the province, it is reported. ; Formic acid was made, at one time, iiy distilling red:ants. EOF. MCDONALD If You Had Known IJy Helen \VclsIiiincr 1'' you hud known that" Canaan would be yours * 1J lion forty- years of wilderness were done; /lilt you would cross (lie river some sweet spriiiir, When i»ace rclurncd and Israel's wars wore done; {hen 1 could umlwstaiid the ease with which >ou kept your compass true to cloud and flame, And w iy you told Cod's people of the land Of ncnUa lields froui wliich tlieir fathers came. A l'«miiso(r%aiHl. I pray that I niav sho I in courage in my wilderness, dear God lliat Wox's had a long, lon^ time ago. GOVERNOR HEAR ED F. McDONALD, JR. AT OSCEOLA I'ammcunl x cws , TcrhnK-clor i f'arlonn anil Xorrlly ) Adm,—.Mallnrr. & Nijlil—10 & *,3 r \Vilh Ic Tax —Cqxliniions Jihowinj— I TUESDAY. A U OUST 11— i $inn.nn HANK NIGHT; j : -COMIN'G SOON— "YOUKS rOK THE ASKINti" with Gonr!;e Uafi "cni;i:.\ I>.ISTI;IJI:S- win, u c v Ingram. "HF.VII, lioi,l." win, ,.;„„,, I!arr>'inorc ;,nil .llainccn O'SuI- "TO MAKV, WITH I.OVK" will, ,,,V'f llcr ftwltr aiiil.JIjriui l.ov. -KllYTHJi ON Till; liANGE' «il)i limy (,'ro.sliy, n c b Burns a,:il Fraiifcs Farmer. ust 10,1936 8p.m. 50 PIECE BAND CONCERT 6:30 to 7:30 Announcements by local candidates will be made beginning at 7.30 p.m. MISSISSIPPI COUNTY IS FOR McDONALD >tf t\.I*-:.

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