The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 11, 1936 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 11, 1936
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r AGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS ''""" TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 193(3 Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Club having Bingo party, • DinkcUple) building, 1:30 p.m. FRIDAYS EVENTS Stated meeting O. B. S, at tall, Mrs. Woodiow Fislicr hostess to Dutch' Luiwliaoii. club. Democratic Women's club niecl- ins nl Holel Noble, 0:30 a. m. Margaret 'Duhincy, Russell JAivr, Melvin Hnlsoll and Lonjo Ilnr- gctt liauufj .dancing imrly, S P. M., at." Legion liul for Mansfield Wasliljtlm. Elnnvood • Cemetery- association meeting with Mrs. J. A. Luckctl at Dell, H:30 P. M. Women Have SI inly. The lesson from tlie Royil Sei- vlco,.study book of lite Woman':; Missionary. Union of the. Second Baptist "church, was studied by members of this grouu in n meet' ing at, the clmrch Monday after- Mrs. ; Ben Harrison led the Ics- noon. son with tlie fcvljilurc Icsron taken from Luke II. The devotional was given by Mrs. Clia/les Ken- ihvorth with Mrs. Harrison - oIVci'- fug prayer. For the lesson Mrs! T 1. Seay, Mii L A. Henley, Mis C H Biogdoh, Mrs. Paiil Heath Mid Mrs:'E. J. Cozier tdpk part. Mrs..Earl Walkc/ presided In Ilio business session and said (he closing prayer. Olivia Kahclley Is Bride of Louis George LUXORA, Ark.—Ollvhi Kahclloy became llie bride of Louis decree, of Luxora, In n ceremony rotcimi- Izcd August 2 al the home o! the bride's jiari'ht.s, Mr. and Mrs. A, Kahelley. of Hay Mlncttc, Ala, Tlie ltc\f. Cook, pastor of Hie Prosbylerlnn cliurcli, .said (he slii- i!le rlii({ ceremony > the presence of both families and close relatives. The uride, who wns given in marriage liy her fnllicr, wore a ivcdtliiif; dress of while satin, finished along simple lines with u short dlrecloire coal, a picture hu of white' talfela and acccE.sorlcs la match. She wore a shoulder cotsnjje of tuberoses and lillies- of-lhc-vnlley. Miss Maigarel Kalicllny, sister of the lirUlc, wns her only attendant. Her frock was nn after- neon model of nile green salln svlili which slio wore an orchid picture litil, accessories to matcli, and a/corsaec of orchid asters. 'I hey \vero .mot at, the aRnr by llic croom and lib best man, Dr. Martin Canlrell. of Luxora, Ark. Ailer a wedding hip 1 0 New Orleans and Dallas, Texas, Mr. and Mrs, Clcorgc will be al. home with Mr. George's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis George, Luxor n. Bits of News Mostly Personal laving accompanied some there. Mrs. Beall 'Is Ihe ' hoys Compliments' Dti'iightir'. Betty Jeanniue. daugliter of Mrs. Ccrnclius O. Eclicrcr, was; guest 'of -honor at n party given 1 by her mother Monday afler- nocn at iicr home, 101 w. Kentucky, in honor, of Iicr seventh birthday. The so toys and girls played games before- the ciUs ivcro .opened. T Refreshments of lemonade and 'cake were served bj tlie hostess. assisted by Mrs Ola WilHord and i Mis If E. Samuelson. t • * Has Birthday Parly. Mf. and Mrs. E. M.-Mandlgo entertained !4 guests al dinner Sunday hi honor of their daughter, Nathalec Evans' seventh birthday. Included In' the guests •were seven children, Doyle Bcn- , nett, Jimime Ray Aycock, J. W. Gene, ^Mui'ray IvfcNcnl. •' Mary Jo Coznrt rind"-) Mnxlne McNeal,- and the othoi guests'\vcic Mr. and Mrs. j; A. McNc.U, Mr,'line}'Mrs. H. T. CoSart, Jlr. nnd Mrs,, P. D Ajcock :md-"jnmes" ccnin'rl. Mrs Mnndlgo* was assisted by her daughlrr.' MKs Leln Rliea Evans. Luxora 1 Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. 11. O. Wilkins ant daughter, Ann Claire, were vi:,i- lors over the week-end in Jone:i- horo and Monctlc. They were accompanied homo by their son, li. O. jr., who has been vlsiOni; hi^ grandmother In .lotieslioro. Mrs. Tom lienfro, who lias been quite 111 for the past four days better today. Litsy Slllinnii, daughlcr of - Mrs Elizabeth Slllnmn. Is at, Garni Ncwtuli lor aIrl Scouts, al Clinii- (niiqun Lake, 13cmus 1'oiiil, N. Y. where she has won a pin foi parsing the Sharps Test in swimming, 'nils test is the hardcb lesl for the Girl Scouts to pass as they are taken lo the middle of (he lako' 7 where they have ti swim 'a;: .certain distance, re- tmii mijlji'di'cfls'.'ilii.ii given length of lime. 7 • Herbert B. : ' S6li\vnrls, of Slat? Teachers college, was In Luxora Friday visiting among friends. Miss Bonnie Chlpman, or Mailc, Is H patient sit Cpll'S Il0!>plllll. Mi'lllphiS. Mr. and Mrs. 1". 13. Morgan cf her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. li. Coolcy. Mr. and Mrs. J. u Guard timl daughter, Molly, will return tomorrow night from SI. Louis where they spent several .da ys. Hi'. Jos'! ""' "i" : '"lorc C " ( ' "" '° " Uy B ° M ' S Mr. nnd Mrs. w. u, Tanner Ing Mrs, William . M. Robinson home, They will return today. Mrs. Robinson come down Sun. day afternoon wllh Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Aflllck, who spent the week-end with Ihcni. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Koonce Lave relumed from their vacation spcnl al Ucelfoot Lake and other jiolnls of .Tennessee, Kentucky and Arkansas. ' • • Mis. a. M. Tliomas, of Union City, TCIIII., is Ihe guest of Mi, and Mr. 1 , Roy Kooncc and other relatives. liarl Snider and Elmer Lind- soy inolorcd to ; Hebor 'Springs L'aiHay lb| Mrs. Snidifr ami daughter. Maibelle,. who have'bcci visiting (liere for Iwo weeks. Dr. and Mrs. p. Husba ell today for si vacation to he spent, on a motor Irlp which will .akc llicm eastward. Tlioy hnvc nol planneil their itinerary in ml I" lll(!Ilt »!• the Memphis Bap'llsl hospital Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Smith, or Wlieatlcy, Ark., spcnl the weekend with llielr daughter, Mrs. W. dotnll'but will probably "" New"' 1 Ho " )01 ; I"'' 1 'family. 'rli cy W cre York city mid points In Canndn.-i 'I™ 011 !'?. 1 ."™" llolnc '»' M& Geral- .Osceola ; Society ':—-_ Pcrsbn'al Mrs, James L. Keen, of Luxora, Is n patient al Ihc Memphis Eap- 'Isl hospital. Henry Wilson, of Osceola. has been admitted lo the Memphis ,^T'" Baptist hospital. "' <IA5 'Misses Melon Carter nnd Pauline Heath have relumed from a vHtt in West Helena. Mrs. S. J. Shoemaker, of llor- ncrsvllle. was taken lo the Memphis Methodist hospital ycstcr- condition Is very good. of Whcnlley,-who was Ml - ""'' Mr:;. Kmma c JJopre has as ',hor guests for" I'oii' days ' : hcr: son Blarkwoal Moofc, of Detroit Midi,, and-'Mr.-and Mrs. Roscoe llaydi'ii of Cii.nitlicitiviUc, Mo. of Mrs. W. J. Driver 51-., nnd. Vlis. W. J. Driver jr., at Ihc ''eaboily In Memphis Thursday. Friday they were guests of licv. ind Mrs. W. !•'. Coolcy al Joiner. Mrs. lien r. Buller Is in Memphis today. Ark., occupied the pulpit here nl Ihc Baptist church Sunday morn- hi(! and evening, delivering the jnessagc. in (he absence of tin local pastor, Rev. O. !•'. Franks, who Is In a revival meeting al Ihe Armorel church. Mr. and Mrs. Alee Smith drove! Miss Christine Grady, saleslady o Elcele. Mo., last Thursday :or'al Sam Hamra's sloro here and his molher, Mrs. Annie 'Smith,'her slsler. Miss Agnes, accom- . . who had spent the monlh of panled -Father p. J. July with relatives. They went caruMicrsvillc lo St. from Sleelc to Pyci'shurg and day afternoon, The ladies licclfoot Lake for llie remainder B | M |<I a week visiting friends Doyle of Sun- of Ihc'wrek, returning home Sunday night., •• The following Osceola nierchanls ion, who lias been liere Miss naltie llerrel, slcnograph- rr in the WPA offices at Sikes-l! left Hundiiy for St. Louis to pur- necks visiting her parents. Mr H cliace -fall goods and lake ad- and Mrs, Chas. Ifcrrcll left lor i vanlage of (ho annual Pall Buy- Kikcslon Sunday to resume her ers .wed:, staged by Ihe whole- ivcrk. sale house's of that, cily: ML fr. M. IJeweese nnd William and • Mrs, Morris SilveiTield, Ml 1 .1 WHkmcn returned Tuesday from and (Mrs, L. K. Hanvarg and Stun'the Texas Centennial and n visit Newman cf Memphis, ' 'Nalhan! :i t Tulsa. Okla.. with Mr u c - tiiKl. nyuMfn Welnberg tind E. M. Jaffe.' . •' .'. : .Ben; !•'. Butler and sons, Ben .jr., and Cienc, H. J. Ilalc and Jauies Driver drove to St. Louis today; lo attend a ball game, "P." Follz am guost of Ihe Horhcrs 1'or.a 'week.! M ' rs "°' a Moore. ' of Jackson, Mrs, H. W. Blngham. of Cai'- iithcrsvillc. was laken to the 6t Joseph's hospital, Memphis, Sal- Helen Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Phillips, uiulcnvcia nn emergency operation for appemllullls lasl night nl Hie Ulylhevllle hospllal. Her Miss day. . Ren Levy jr., of lilylhcvlllc and Five Generations Often Meet in Family Reunion .Blytheville has a family with fhe Ihhig geneiallons who are frequently together lor reunions J M Wilt, 8S, is the father of Mrs. Etta Lemons, .64,-wife of P. W. Lemons Their daughter, Mrs. Mamie Gillesple.^G, wife of Jess Glllespie, is the mother of Mrs, Opal Pcnn, almost 17, • wife of Outline Penn They have a son Eugene, H months old. Mr. Witt, who Is a native of Mississippi, has lived in or near Blytheville for 25 years. He rs now residing on the Walnut Grove farm on - Ihc Clear Lake road. The others reside in various parts of Ihe city. ; It is said (hat hair will slrclch one-fourth of its own length. 666 . MALARIA In .'I ilajs COLDS llrst day Liquid, TablrU Heartache, 30 Satve, Nose Drops miliulcs Try, "Kuli-niy-TIsm"— World's Best Unimcnl MANLEY TOURS Win. I.CH Hotel, iMcinphis All LMpense Tours to Dallas each Sat,. $23.00 Mrs. i:. A. Traford Osceola, Ark. I'hone 101 30xJ Cl 4«-21 «.75-J9 sic G5c 7Sc 5.00-13 •5.25-18 5.50-17 32c 90c 93c OTHER SlitS III PROPORTtOH TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS .Yinx Sturm, of Ilayti, Is a pa-1 Memphis, is spending some time (lent sit. the Memphis Methodist wil " llls father, B. If. Levy. : Mrs. W. K. Coolcy, of Joiner, is visiting her 'parents, Mr. .and Mis. M. T. Moon. ivcll hospital. Mr. and Mi's. w. I. O.iljorno nnd ton, Iri'lng. have returned from Hot Springs, where ihcy spoilt a monlh, except Irvinfi, who spent n pail of his lime visiting In Texas. Miss Cnrlenc Scotl, of Holland, Is a piiilcnt ul the Memphis Mcllmdlsl hospital. Mrs. Hugh Hailicrl and sou. Hugh jr.. accompanied by Howard Moore and Cliarlcs Wood, loft today for n motor trip to Dallas. Luliliock and other points' Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Cceil Lowe, Carney Laslic, Eugene Black- Ell and Herschcl Mosloy. went, lo Tu.icaloosa. Ala., today wliere they will nttend Ihe coaching school .for Ihrec weeks. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Hell and daughter, Betsy, have re- lumed from a visit In Clarks- Villo, 'I'cnu,. where t.hey were liiicsls of Mr. .and Mrs. Josla'h Fort and family. In Texan. They plan : to be away a week or Ion days. Miss Margaret Keek has returned from Arkansas Stale college. J'oncfiraro, where she attended summer school for six weeks. Mrs. Elslncr Bcall, of Wilson. Is' spending n week here while Mr. Beall is attending a camp nl Hot Springs for the Future Farmers of America organization, Miss 1'auline Hires i-ml Jtmmlo Dunn, went lo Hardy today foi several <lay.s slay. Miss Ann Bldcnour has re- lumed from a month's -visit at Slireveporl, Lit. Her sister, Mrs W. I). Wallace and children, accompanied her home. Mrs. A. M. L Bult and daughter, Miss Ruth, motored lo Cape Tenn.. came over yesterday foi the day. On the way over Mr. F(,lt» suffered a" heart attack nnd narrowly escaped ..wrecking their Hayti Society — Personal driver .was; secured-lo] Mr . an(i M ,. s . ,;. E IIO | t an( | drive the par on to Osceola.- Mrs. linyiien uccampiLnjccV • .lii^m to .JnckEon jvslerday to drive for then) and will return today. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pigg had as Iheir guests .Sunday, Mr: and Mrs. lioland Greene of .Blythc- vlllo and Charles and Blan Maxwell cf Memphis. .Diehard 'Jhcnmson, Ciirzbii -and June architects with Bar' •inn-Mar,-itlel<l ,' Lumber company; , Jonpsboro, were visitors in town SuiKiny nnd hart, supper Viih Juii7<i parent, Mr. mid Mrs. Claude Thomason. 'Mr. and Mrs.' .James driver were lioslfi . lo about thirly-live of llie younger married set lor a barbecue supper at Iheir country home south' of town Saturday nighl. Card games were enjoyed later in the evening. Earlier in the day Mr. Driver ,, had , given a barbecue to,, all his employes and tcnauls on Ihc farm. Mrs. C. -L. Drake was hos- the latter's 'sister. Miss- Novclle McMeans. drove Mr. Holt's mother. Mrs. Euia Holt, to her liome til Bradford, Tcnn,, Saturday, af- weose's aunt, Mrs. Chas. Fcnni- gan. Miss Mary Deu'ceso. accompanied tliem on their (ii|>, will i-cmalii two weeks longer in Mis. Hen L Allen, who 1ms been aUencliiiL,' summer session al .Jcncsbom Elalc collrgo, ari'i\'-! . cd home Friday. Her sislcr and I husband, Supl. and Mis. J. li. • O'Connor and son of Lilbourn, ;opent the week-end here as (lie guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Allen. ^ Miss F,feal:elh Shaiv Is sullcr- hig from a nervnus breakdown, Mrs. Hugh Hcrris and guest, Mrs. Mafcle Kolen, of Memphis. motored to Hector, Ark., Friday WELL, I IE ANTED SOMETHW TO SAVE HIS, • 01- FRESH MILK FROM CRAIG'S DAIRY week's visit liowen's lie evening. Larller in sister and husband,, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Driver,,had .given B. 11. Ueivccse. tess lo .couples sleak fry on her lawn yesterday afternoon In - special compliment lo Mhs Ethel Gene 'Reynolds of Pittsburgh. -Pa., who is Ihe guest of Miss Marjorie Doyle. Miss Doyle and Miss Reynolds -were G!r " r ' ic "' 1 ycstcrtiny. accompany- • also liiealrc and luncheon gucMs Chas. Edgar . Duncan, son ot Mr. anil Mrs. J. B. Duncan of this city, wiio graduated -from .Ihe school of .pharmacy at the University of Tennessee, has accepted a position as. pharmacist for the .government, fleet, whose olTiccs are in the Sterick iiuikl- ing at. Memphis. Rev. Cecil Meadows, pastor of (he Bapllst church at Armorel, . MALARIA l CHILLS FEVER Alexander's Iron Tonic An Appetisor and General Tonic lot People Who Are Weak and Rundown, : Sold by ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS and were accompanied home by (cr a month's ' vacation spent Miss Mildred Chilian, who spent here. j Friday here. Mines. TJo'rrls, Bolen Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Baxleyland, MJSS Olnlian attended and children, who'have been here j Macon-Andrcws Bur\iucss college for three weeks visiting . llicir ~ (laughter and hnsbaiui, Dr. and " Mis. A. U. • Bliirey. were driven to llicir iioine al Tuscaloosa. Ala., gsri unlay ty Rodney Brasher jr., and Rimer Wilbanks jr., who rc- tui'und home Sunday. 1 Mr. anil Mi«. Chas. Rowen aiul children. .Sammie Lcc and Martha Dean, of Longview, Tex., and Mrs. Ho wen's mother, Mrs. E. S. Jackson, of Hot. Springs. Ark., arrived here Sunday for a CliAKVK lilClll-:!!, I'URKH MILK all Hie rli'ineiils neccs- saiy lo restore used-up CKAD13 A KAW MIUv Pint Buttcrinilk, ()l as ORDERS TAKEN FOH "13ERNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS FREE Mrs. Leslie Hooper M<-s. A. C. Haley 1109 Chickasav,'ba Phone .192 One sure way to tell fie real thing from an'arm-chai pilot...put the stick in hi$ hand and give him a /'ok lo do FAMOUS DIAMOND BLOCK NON-SKID CENTERTRftCTION! BLOWOUT PROTECTED IH EVERY PLY I Over 22.'Million Sold — that's how good it is! S,« Per Week Slit r,, \\..\, COOLEST SI'OT IN TOWN I TONIGHT IS 111 BANK NIGHT! L. W. i\Iilli°;ii) \ras called last Tuesday right—He was lint present—Making HANK DEPOSIT TONIGHT S100.00' ! ' Biitatd trCiatjt Wckolli, ],. /(,, 0 . 1 -C'J(« Droaucer. Robtrl5!il ,~~ '''. ',tro liADIO Picmo . "——-i' Sclcclcil Shorts —Admission— tlalincc—10 .t '25c—-With Ic Ta Niglil—10 A :i5c—\Vilh In Tax Weds. - Tlmrs. 1 UjM -and one sufe. way to tell a real cigarette Oi is to smoke $- The claim is one thing. The proof is another. It's the taste of mild, ripe tobaccos...that's why Chesterfields taste better. It's the mildness of jnild, ripe tobaccos. . .that's why O 1S3«. I4«nnr & Mvins TOSACCO Co. Chesterfields arc milder. Chesterfields have made good with smokers because they have the character and Duality 10 back up every- tliing Liggett & Myers says about them. :. Chesterfields are made to Satisfy' ... that's their business ... that's their reputatiott " ! ' % ..'. they live up to it, Twice a Week 45-Piece Dance Orchestra BNDRE KOSTEUKETI -CONDUCTOR Will KAY THOMPSON »ND MV NUTHtRTOll f.NB THE RHYTHM SINCtRS MB., r P. M. (c. s. w - mi, e F. M. ic. s T | COlUMBI/k NETWORK ^ It's SWING TIME! \\\ BING TIME! , in the Wild oad Woolly VVesl! •tk? BtNG CROSBY \m\\\ mm BDBBORNS MRHTHR RRYE —Aclniissioti— M.lliucc—10 * 25c—WHIi 'c Tax Nighl—10 * S5c—With Ic Ta\ —COMING SOON'— "YOURS FOK TIH5 ASKlNfi" w!lh Georse K.ifl. "GKKEN I'ASTUKES" with lies Ingrain. « "DKV1I. 1)01,1." with Lionel Barrymorc. and Manrccn O'Sullivan. "TO SIARY, WITH I.OVF," wilh Warner Baxler atitl Myma Loy. & .,

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