The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 10, 1936 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 10, 1936
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MONDAY, AUGUST 16, BIA'THEVILLB, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVKNTS Sunbeams meeting First Baptist, church, 4 p.m. Mi.s. Jesse Taylor and Mrs. Walt Monnelinn entertaining for Miss Hazel Ilai'dlu, bi'klc elect, at Taylor's home, 2:30 p. m. Hililc study, Church of Clirlii, meeting wilh Mrs. O. 11, Grimes, 2:30 p. in. : . THURSDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Club having Bingo par- ly, Dinkclspiel building, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Worxlrow Flslier hostess lo Dutch Luncheon club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Democratic Women's club meeting ;il Hotel Noble, 9:30 a. m. Son Horn. A son was bom August 8th to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rodery, ot Osceola. Tlie baby, wlia weighs nin3 pounds, has been name;! Joe Lynn. Before her marriugc Mrs. Rodery was formerly Miss Marie McLeod, of this city. To Have \Yatcrmcloji Party. Miss Era-Wright will be hostess lo members of tlie Business Woman's circle of the Woman's Auxiliary in the First Presbyterian church for a watermelon party to- nie'ht. The affair will be held at Walker park, from seven until & o'clock. After the watermelon there will be n very brief devotional period. Mrs. s. ii. vail is chairman of this I! rou p. Bils of News Moslly Personal Miss Cora Lee Colcman, county home demonstration agent, am; J. O. Fullerton, county agricultural agent, have returned from Fnyetlcville. where they attended a conference of extension agents alter the annual summer rally for 4-11 clubs. Ihc Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Chapman and daughter, Miss Martha of St. Louis, Mr. Mrs. Lcland Chatham, of Louisville, Ky., nrrived Sunday morning to spend several days wilh Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghaii and family. Mrs. Monaghaii is a daughter- of the Rev. and Mrs Chapman, und sister Miss and son, Kdclio, of Greenville, Miss., arc guests • of Mr. Hnrdln's mother, Mrs. Ud Harrtin, 'and oilier relatives for a week or Iwo. They formerly lired 'here. Mr. and Mrs. Max D. Miller, of Helena, spent the weekend here as guests of Mr. r.nd Mrs. Harry Klrby and other friends. Mrs. William Ki-ney, of Camth- (•rsvillc, has been admitted to the Memphis Methodist hospital. W. T. Baker, who has been ill from pneumonia, is worse today. lie is at his home on West Main street. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. McNelll have returned from nulcvillc^ Cleveland and Greenville, Miss., w'nerc they have iKen visiting relatives for several days. Miss Alice McNeill and Miss Mildred Rides, who have been visiting in caldwcll, Dallas, San Antonio and Bryan, Tex., for several w;ebks, will probably return home next week. They will he accompanied by Mrs. Billy Sanders who was before her recent marriage. Miss IX)ts Eades. t Miss Juanlla Smith and Mrs. Wallace Briggancc spent tlie weekend in Kemielt as guesii of Mrs. Briggance's sister, Mrs. Edgar Vandiver, 'and Mr. Vandtver. Misses Betty Lee McCutehen, Geneva Carter, Je.ssalyn und Virginia Dlomeyer and Byron • DcUsIc of Porlagcville, Sam singer, Jack Gilbert and George Murray, of St. Louis, went to Memphis Saturday night for the dance at Hie clar- idge roof. . Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Norris and daughter, 'Keen, spent the weekend in Riplcy, Tcnn., as guests of Mrs. Herbert Davis, of Pills- burgh, Pa., and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Walter TIarl. Miss Carolyn Haley, who is a member of file faculty of the school <»t &X!tn!la, spent Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hairy. Miss Tliclma Worlhinglon. who is now in Memphis, spent the week end at home. Her mother, Mrs. Ray worfnington, has returned from Little Rock, where she spent several weeks. Mrs. J. B. Hylaiid• and grand-, daughter, Miss Prances Burns, of St. Louis, are visiting friends here for a week. They formerly resided in this city. Mrs. Josie Sritc had as her guests for the week end 'her sister, Mrs. S. II. Choatc, her nephew, Paul Choate, and Mrs. Choate, of Hickman, Ky. Accompanied by Miss daughter, Marilyn, nnd Mrs. Frank Henley, will leave lomorrbw for a week's vacation in Hot Springs. Mrs. Henley, who has been with Mr. Henley at Tallulah, la., has been back several days nnd Mr. Henley ;vent the weekend wilh 'iier. Upon her rclurh from Hot Springs Mrs. Henley will go back lo Tallulah. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Boruni had as Iheir guest-s Sunday, Miss Susie B. Nixon, Mrs. P.innte Stevens Ni.xon, Joseph Nixon, Robert Nixon and Charles Sliitts, of Dyersburg. Dr. . and Mrs. Mini Powell, of Carlisle, Pa., arrived last nlghl for a visit wil'n Judge and Mrs. G. E. Keck, parents of Mrs. Powell. Miss BoKe Ix>u proctor hns returned from Kansas City, Mo., where she S|>cnl six weeks with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Proctor. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klrby left today for Dallas, Texas, where they will s|Kiid two weeks with relatives and attend the Centennial, fviey were accompanied by Mrs. Klrby's nep'iiews, Donald Jean and Jim- mic Wilbiirn, of ParagonUI, who have been visiting them for several days. at the Gayoso, even If It does Slcclc-Cooter - Personal Mr. and Mrs. Hoy workman arc nmioundnij |he arrival of a baby girl at tlio homo of t'nc lalUr's mother at Mleola last \veek. The menu leaving mythcville, but who'baby, who weighs 0 pounds, wouldn't like H? . . . we've been UM » named pliyllls Ann, visiting to we tlie J, T, Phillips'] Mr- and Mrs. Jim stewnrl and furniture which is Jtist as lamlly hnvc Kilned ii^er a two "ere they : cclcbm- ncw modern as its owners vein, vcra attrnclivc Kuck.s' new furniture looks lovely llo »- mid weeks visit In • The nlleiuted tlio Cciitcin'iri with llicir antlq: The B.I L. 13. Cooiicr Jr., of . -. * ~ ..... » ••«* "• "• *••• ^uujfV I Jl .| \tl ilVimom'KJ, "• UU8BS luivc bought n new Cord spent the weekend with his par- being mmle special for them with enls, Dr. and Mrs. L, B O'ooix-r ' llq ? l , 10WerlllE M,'"" l> - to 15 cntertainln B four tos fro,,,' nbont of "«*«« ions we 1 ui s o n 8 e. ... Mrs A ,_ MfM ^ ef News of Rlydicvlllc people truv- 1 ersvllle, s|>eut last week nine reminds as that Sara Grace uuesl ot her sister, Mrs. I, 0 cnrulh _ hero as belter— Joyner Is still m f ro . n pneumonia but Is much Mie went to Okemah, OklR,, for u vacation, much of which has taeu spent iu bed. Tlie Hubert I'otfers liave "Covered Wagon" which they used on their recent Spencer. Mr. nml Mrs. Jew wclngllcld and family have returned from a tiro weeks visit In Texas, Mrs. Willie Ii. Wallace mid Miss Addle Dyrd Wilson have returned from ii visit with relatives In Tcn- "• E. Doerncr and Mr. ami Mrs. Over the Badge Table By 'Rccn 'Chapman' Mrs. Chatham, formerly lived here. Miss Kcona Thomas, of Wilsoi), is a patient, at the Memphis Bap. list hospital. '• ;-J F . Mr. and Mrs. Ect Himlln 'j.'., We have no marriages or cu- Biieemcnls to report so we must be on lo tlie gossip of the day which is printable: Dutch Qucll- malz has sold his bar nnd is planning to enter business here — which is good news ns Dutch one of these grand citizens. trip north, and so nrc the envy iiessec. of nmny of as. Liibn (Mis. S. J.< I Mr. and Mrs, Joe Russell und Oolien writes from Ottawa, On- John Russell arc visiting relatives tnrio. that the Peace Tower' In Te.inic.ssee. chimes sound beautiful— she Is I Buddy JMifikey lias returned Ion ring southern Canada uflci 1 from a visit wll'n relatives nt Burlc- hnvliig visited in New York city. st)1 ', Teim. Sara r.ou Mccutchcn writes she- Is lini-iiif a grand lime at Camp! Lure, N. C. Maiiha Ann Lynch Is In Senrcy for a visit before golii[j lo New Orleans about September 20tli, where she Is to attend Sophie i Ncwcomb (it seems what we hear] isn't sometimes true as we reported hist «-eek Martha Ann hadn't made up her mind where to BO! ant! Mrs. Lynch says she made up | hers a lonu time ago). Frances Little (we hear) is going to Christian college, white Sara Joe Is BO- 1ns to continue workhi" for Dad. 'IVtl Kllnkliait left Thursday to visit, with Mrs. Doerncr nml Mrs. Willlt! Omii and (tnugliter, Mnrlnu, ul Ijliideiilnre. near HoKorsvlllo. Mr. Ciiau and Dr. Alvln Stephens left Sunday to spend scrcrnl days ns llit-lr guosts. Mrs. KNraim Koiiry unit grnnrt- clnuglilcr, A«ss Ol(ja, are vlsltlnu relatives at iicrrln, ill. Mrs. Ummcll Kclley and son ol Ca|>e alrurdcuu atv visiting Mr. mul Mrs. C. O. At'mins. Blllic B. MeKlnnls, of St. Wills, Is vIsltliiB relatives here tills week Ml', and Mr.s. Bam Iliunra anil riilldrcn nrc vacationing at IIol .Ark. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Aslicrnfl ant! daughter, Mildred, have rdiirncd trotn Cnsa, Ark., tvlicrc they were called by the serious Illness of Mr. A-shcrafl's sisler, Mrs. George Davis. They arrived at Casa llie eve nlng utter s'he had been burled, William D. York, of I'nnla Ciordn, !•'!«,. has arrived for ivu cxtelvlec! vLsil with his daughter, Mrs, Newberry Johnson. Hnxtcr Southern of (his city nml W. a. Gordon Jr., ol Memphis, It'll last week for a len-dny vacation at Dallns and l\>rl Worlli. Texns 'lliey will also allund the centennial, Mrs. Edith Boston aim son of Itthcrford, 'i\?nn., arc vislllng rela- Vote for , Virgil Greene .For County Judge A ride on the park's lake Tuesday isl ... Paul Whitcmmi introduced II. Hlghnil as tlie mayor of lilythcville at Dallas the olhcv night with the full moon ablaze night when he was attending' at one eiul, casting shadows of. Billy Rose's Casa Mnuana show, the trees over Ihc water, and Hie. The Hassons and Mr. Hlgliflll' lights from the pool llyhtlng the'and some Dallas frlcntls had a' other end, made a beautiful sight gay reunion to the tune of Paul —hut. thinking of that makes us j Whiteman's music, wax poetical ... a many a pic-' nic is there nightly and the other night, about 27 Boy Scouts from somewhere in New CAK!) Ol- THANKS wish to thank everyone who Jersey went : was so kind In helping me lo win Tor n swim and camped under the I the living room suile, gruntl prize tre(1 s . . . Harvey I»yn Morris'in ihc New Economy Shop con- has -made a beautiful new sail j lest. I will always lie yratefnl. boat which lie is sailing most Mrs. joe Atkins, every afternoon at sunset—lie dirt all the work alone, even to sewitij; the sails on his mother's machine I ... Hazel Hardin is enjoying '. the festivities of a bride-elect, a: Jessie Srite. llicy motored to Par-! admits she will like living in Mcin- agbula yesterday. Miss Connie Johnson lias returned to 'her home In Newborn, Tcnn., atIc-r a visit with Mrs. Eunice Young. Mr. and Mrs. E. fl. Jackson and For many reasons Virgil CJrccnE Ls the strong lor ' Couulv Judge, and one of the main reasons is, thai fie will gel the largest number. of voles. The University of Pavia, Ilaly, mis founded in 8'J5. woiiltl employ malinger who think any bijr business nf niperhilcntleul, or liail more business lis oivn than could lock alter'.' Virgil Greene will (juil ttic practice of law ami devote Ills whole time to tlie comity's bosl- ' WHY NEILL REED Should Be Your Next COUNTY JUDGE He will jjivc :m olTic- ienl ;iiul ccononiii'al ;nl- nunistratinii ;nul will Put This County on a Cash Basis Your vote and i nil nonce appreciated. This atl pa ill for b y Kx-fServicc fll u n and fricntls of Ncill' Kectl. 1.V1 THE VIENNESE ROOF ATOP THE FAMOUS ST. REGIS HOTEL IN NEW YORK duplicates the resplendent ballroom of the Imperial Summer Palace in Schpribrunn, Austria. A model of decorative taste and justly famous for the excellence of its choice dishes,The Viennese Roof is a favorite rendezvous of those who wish to escape from the summer heat and enjoy themselves in cool and charming surroundings. Here at the St. Regis, its at other fine dining places from coast to coast, Camels arc the preferred cigarette. "Ourpatronsundcrsland thcart of dining well," says Lawrence, deft mailtc d'botcl of The Viennese Roof. "You can sec Camels on nearly every table. They certainly arc the most popular cigarette at Tlie Viennese Hoof." f MRS. NICHOLAS PENNIMAN, 111, Bsliimore hostess. "I enjoy Camels," "Camels taste so good and they help digest: f^ CHAMPION DIVER. MickeyRileysars: "Camels help my digestion. I enjoy them it iny meals and afterwards. Boy, Camels hive a great ustc!" Camels never get on your ncivcs—acvcc tire your taste. AS EVERY Camel smoker knows,Camels at mealtime help jL\. to create a. cheery sense of well-being. You cat wilh relish —digest with greater ease. Camels increase tlie flow of digestive fluids...alkaline digestive a pleasant way. Like Frank Duck, Lee Gchlbach, Mickey Rilcy, Bill Tildcn, Tony Mancro.Willielloppe, and millions of other discriminating smokers who prefer Camels and recommend them, you loo will find Camels an enjoyable aid in casing ihc tension of modern life. With their "lift"...their aid to digestion...and their mild, rich flavor, Camels do iadccd ui you right! Each Camel at mealtime adds its measure of cheer ...stimulates digestion...increases alkalinity. So— >N *J ^ V — js~ '€**>/„ S~* J S~> / -rr?' /^stfei%i6w&^#%g... zzmn^ (^0*re/£ "LIKE SO MANY OF THE GIRLS, I.prefer 3 mild cigarette —Camels," saj s Miss ftaoccs Morel, machine operator. "1 smoke Gitnels wilh my meals and after them too. They arc swell!" AMERICA'S NO. 1 TEST Gchlbach docs Ms daring "poxvcr dive." Aftcr- e cats heartily— undsmokcsCamcls. Lee iays: "Camels keep my digestion tuned lip. And they don't frazzle my nerves." NEW HOLLYWOOD RADIO TREftT! Cime Cisatcitcl hrins vou n rUl.L HOUR'S );NTl:R- TAINMENTI Iktmjr GnnJman ...Nst Shillirct... Rupcct Hushes, Maslcr of Ceremonies... I !o!!ywo<xl Guest Stan. Tucjdiy—S:iO pra E.S.T. (9:30 pm r.D.S.T.), 7:50 prj C. S. T., 630 pm M.S.T., 5:30pra P.S.T. ovct 'WABC-Columbii Newark. I VIMS near Cooler, she Is also look- i(? after lic*r furm |ilt-uv|:t,s. '1'n nl Jlrowii of 1'eath Orchard Is IsltliiK )ils brother, lilwood Drown, IK! fiimlly. Sam Frmiie left last week lo un- t'l'Ko treutment [or trachoma ut iollu, MO. , Mrs. c. D. Miirtiu Is a nalicnl i the Mayo llros. hospital nt Ho- iieslcr, Minn. Mr, nml Mrs. John Diunpiiss nave Tturncil from a vncntton spent at •Ilcven .point, Mrs. Tom lioupcr Ls able lo bo up! Mrs. Sarcna Knink lins left for visit wlllt relallve.s nt Dex Are, Ark. Sain Duilcson jr., of Hnrlcson, i'lin., Is the Hiiest of Mr. an<l Mrs. . M. Delinkey. Courier News WixiiL Ads, )?*+ Th« Morning AfterTaking Carters Little Liver Pills Wo inu-it Inve a tlie nc\t IBS je»r!, all Mil' ullif lulp fi.ivi-l our rixidi. V Greene. County ludee «ho Kill get' potsllilo to ole for Virgil' [Ice nmnd Insect Powder kills ctnwling inrcclo 32% quicker, because it's ground finer—into mote killing pniliclia i>cr ounce. Aok for it by name. Kill Flyluii Insects wilh Bco Hrnntl Insect Spr.iy. Cuntnins 47?o lixtrii Killing Power (47^2 niora pyrcllitins). McCotimck & Co., Inc.; Qalttmore: bid. T EDMcDOMALD Is the Only Candidate 1 for GOVERNOR WHO PROPOSES 1. Thnt the Hhttu lake over the entire! operating expenses tit llio 'Agricultural' Extension Service in all counties. Tlits itidiuica payment of salaries of County A^nntK and Home Dcpjonslrution Agents. This will nave each county in Arkansas from §2,000 'lo §5,000 a year. .2 That the state pay the entire operating expenses' of the State Tuberculosis Sauitorium : at Itooncvillc. At the present time 14 counties in Arkansas are legally unable to secure liospitalizti- lion of patients in the Tuberculosis Saiiitoriitm because; these counties arc unable to \ny the weekly charge demanded of counties for cadi patient. It is criminal neglect to deny suli'evcrs of tuberculosis admittance lo this .splendid institution because counties are unable to pay fees, and when- I become governor 1 prnpiwe lo make llie saniloriuni strictly stale supporting. 3. Tin; establishment of an active, honoVary commission as a stale agency to closely fojlow and develop federal co-operation in; a. Flood control. b. Payment of maximum of old age pensions, e. Aid lo dependent: children. d. Aid to dependent mothers. e. Aid to blind. f. Agricultural relief. g. Forestry work. '1. Refunding of school district bonds along the same lines as followed by the meritorious Kcftind- ing Program of Highway and Road Improvement District Bonds, HEAR GOVERNOR FUTRELL ON STATE-WIDE' RADIO HOOK-UP FOR ED MCDONALD MONDAY NIGHT IT'S MCDONALD BY THOUSANDS The Slamp of Approval Has Hmi Placed Upon McDonald's Coiistrtidive Platform by Teachers, Karm- ers, Laborer? and Business Men! EN cry Section Indicates An Overwhelming'Victory'.

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