The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 14, 1936 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, August 14, 1936
Page 2
Start Free Trial

BLYTHEV1LLE. (ABK;) COURIER NEWS Nata'mfe Women Have a Mteitng . , , Tlie Woman's Missionary Society of. the First Church of the Nazarene met at Hie church Thursday for an .all day service when M members attended. Each look a covered dish for Hie . luncheon. The women quilled in (he morning and- after lunch' Mrs/ Roy Gallics led the Bible study. Mrs. Henry Rylce unrt Miss Mildred Mayo snug a duct "He's The One" and the' meeting was conclude:! with prayer by. Mrs. Harmon Holt. *•*'.*' Class Has Dinner Meeting ami • Program The Friendship Stiiutny SchoO class of'the First Baptist church presented--!) playlet ."Divisions of Missions" in n dinner meeting at the church last night when mothers of the )li year old girls ivha ore members of the .class and! Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fritzius, Dr.! W. A. Grlmmett, the Rev ami Mrs. Alfred Carpenter and .Milton I Graham ,ivcfe guests. Miss ,Minnla Poster of Cabot, Ark., who has been ter of Catot.-A'rk,; • who has.'been 'visiting here, assisted ilie teacher, Mrs. Grlmmett, ,lh:. thp iifinir. Miss Evelyn Smart, president, nct- cd as hostess with the Rev. Mr. Carpenter -as tpastmn.sler. for the dlnnei, scncd nlt'or , Th6 class colors, old ,'.I<KC nud grey, were used in Ihe decorations and in the corsisjcs which mnrkcj each * ' > ' t < Has Dinner Fatty Miss Marfruet piiiilt ™lert,'iln- eA 20 guests at her home near Armoiel yesterday when guests included (lie Rev Franks, of ija'yil, Cecil Me,™*,,,, Frank 'Adams and Miss ciar-i Belie Kcnlon, of Iherc. The yncsia vcrc scncd dinner-and supper. Guest Complimented Miss Ruby Wilkcrson of Kcn- .nctt, houseguest of Mr. mitt" Mi*. O. W Morgan, wns giiesi of horor nt a dance given last night at I he hut by hei host and hostess They were assisted by Misses Carmen Lewis and Geneva Carter In re- cclilng the GO guests.. Sandwiches nnd cold rtrln>s were served during Imcrmiislon. Bits of'News' Mostly Personal ilio Cecil LONG; LOVE* t Ity Helen Wehliimec- _ VOII, wlio liavc never learned that love is quiet, J 1 If it iroiild last for always—you fiavc gone To find a love dial (lames in nisli of meteors, /' ""'• And fliiiRs itself in swift red of Ilic dawn; A love Ihat sings to rhythm of t!ie trumpets, And inarches to (lie deepened Ixat of drums. All carnivals closedown wlien it is sunset— What will you do, bclov'd, wlicn evening comes? .. • ' • '(| nTHE love that tempests seldom lasls a JonrnerV \* Dawns arc so brief—liigh fires burn out R heart, 'r.i And two who share n mocking, shattered moment, ' Have only ashos at the noon they p,irt. My Jove is iieaccfiil—that you may remember, I Hunk, some niglil, wlren you have need of rest, And seeking, then, heart-shelter 1 have offered, You'll understand thai quiet love is best. Steve Tansil Burns, of SI Loul \rtll arrive Sunday lo accompany Ills sister, Miss Frances Burns. ai<tl Ills tTantlinotJier, Mrs. J. j) n\ land, buck to St. lx)\iis The have been visiting hero lor icn dnjs Mrs. T. A. Griffin jr., of Oil Ins, has airlved for a visit wllii her parents, Mr--:nnd Mrs c L Haiper. Siie was fonncrly Miss Dorothy Ellis Mrs E U. Lloyd and daughter Sk'PPy,' of Vnruro, aie lenviii'u tcdaj for a ten days motor trip to points of Illinois, joivn anfl -Wisconsin. Mis j. s Oeseil will go to Little Rock tomorrow lo join her son,..Raymond, and family, for a motor trip to polnls'of Texas. Mrs. Clara Blermm, of Carii- thersMltc. Is a patient at Ilic -.-Memphis St. Josepli's liospilal Dr. Paul L Tipton fc spending • IRO ;t )ays on sv hmiliti B uip with friends from Scnath, Mo. • ^^iss Molly Rose Aulry. of Burdette, i\as taken to tile Memphis . Baptist liospttal yesterday. Mr, and Mrs.. Ucland Green accompanied by Mr. m<) Mrs j A. ,Pigg nnd diiughtei-. 'Evelyii Jean, of Osceola. attended n pl'c- nic given at Harbin's park, Memphis vcsteiday afternoon by the national Burial association." Miss Al Kinsey returned Tucs- lay from Pensiicolii,' Flu., where flic spent her vacation. Mrs. Eibcrt Alley and daughter. Dornlhy Jean, left VVcdnos- dn,y night j for CliicliimiAi. O., :o visit Mrs. Alley's pan-ills, Mr. Jiul Mrs. J. w. Alexander. Miss Gladys Mrdllti has returned from 11 visit in Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. j. A. -Leech lire 11 Memphis today. Jinimle Tanner, of Helium, is he guest, of his cousin, Hill Morse, and his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Carver and two son's. Mi-/, and. -Mrs. Ailin rortrec, nf Otl-nva, -'111',, - \viil leluin l»mS tomoirow nllcr hnv- Inf* been 1 the B iie-;t!, of'•Mr!''iu>d Mrs. Harry Taylor for a v/eck, loi \velcli ictmncd Wednesday night from IliucllmrsU Miss., where he vlsllctl relatives for several days: < Mr. mid Mrs. Max U. R^UI attended a "Ladies' NiRhl" <tj'..- iur of the Lions club nl Jciws- Ixiro last night when Mr. Held as 'the . Riicst of hotiov. Mr. anil Mrs. o. w. Morgan luue n- theli guest this /week Miss Rulj Wllkerwn of Kcnncu. Mi-, nml Mrs. \V. ,w. Mc- GauElicy, of Lake City, will snen.l the week-end with Mr. and 'Mrs Hurry Taylor. MJS. (;. a. Stevens, Mio was stricken ill cdvernl days n <C i is fcelniij iimch better today but will be confined to her bccl for a month. ITS GROWUNO'filCAUSE YOU HAVEH'T OWEN IT MILK TO-DAY FROf- joimgSirrs nccii CKAIG'S mrlh because it is BALANCED /hi NUTRITIOUS rnrl clcmci and SATISFIES comrplclely. GRADE X RAW MILK Qnart ... .^'c:. ....... 10c Buttermilk, Ql. Is snid to pass through the veins and arteries at Hie rate ot 621 feet n minute. We the illness and , ow to ,,- the 0 ^ t " b , 0 Aits. W. T. Baker Mr. and M ts . ohnrles Bri.-l,t Mr. and Mrs. Tiiiman Baker' Hayti Society — Personal Miss Stisic Marshall Weds jimmic Black LllXORA. Ark. — Friends of •Tlnimle Slack, principal and scout muster of Luxorn consolidated rctiools. havOj received annomic.v mnnl of Ills marriage on .lime 20. lo Miss Susie. Marshall, dau- Tuipln .sr.. of Baslrop. Ln. Mr. and Mrs. Slack will arrive In Uixora within the next Iwo weeks, nnd will he nt home lo Ilielr friends In the scout hut apartment. New Liberty Mr. and Mrs. Wilbnrn Stonley and family are visiting relatives in Swifton, .Ark. Miss Lois -Hill and father have returned from a ten days visit with relatives nl Fayclleville, Tenn. Mrs. p.. ];. Jnrrntl accompanied llicm lp Nashville, where .she ; visited relallves tlicrc nnd at Dicksoii, Tenn. Curt Williams Is visiting hi; father at Trenton, Tenn. Mrs. Floyd Newman is visiting «t MoiTlllon, Ark. Miss Willie Marshall. Illltoi Stevenson. Mrs, Pearl Hill and daughter. Miss Lois, 'motored (o Hardy Sunday. Miss Mildred Jarratt Is spending her vacation at Trunnnn as (he guest ot the Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Leroy, wlio formerli lived at Blydieville. Floyd Phipps Is visiting at Car- ulhcrsvilic, Mo. Mrs. Sutton has returned to her home near Brcwnsvilic, Tenn Miss Lydla sie'iitr. chlcftaimvi 12 .friends with a party at "nt home of her parents. Mr a ,d Mrs. ,li. A. SlcnU. Monday cvei,. M M 8 "'•",- Kil ' b >' *as Hostess > Ilic Slitch and 'Chatter club at her hontt Friday .afternoon. The next ; meeting will be in-the hcme of Mrs. Carl Webb. •, Mrs. A. O. Allen returned Moti- day from Hot Springs, Ark., where the had been for 'the past week vacationing. Mi-s. Allen- will - re . SIIIIR- her worlc at (he Green inn. near steele. of which s i, e Is the owner. Willnirn Wilson, who has been here for two weeks visiting his sister and husband, Mr. «n<t Mrs R. L. Gilbert, returned to his home In St. Louis Monday Mrs. H, A. Slentz and daughter, Mary Annp, were in st ... Wednesday. Mary Anne will receive medical treatment for iicr leg, '-which is infected. Mrs. ,loc Kolin and son. Sonny spent (lie week-end in Ctisrles- lon, Mo., with Mrs. KomYs father, M. H. Wigdor. They were accompanied home by Miss tm- elic Lynn, who will spend the week here. Mr. nnd Mrs. Onliic Shepherd left for Flint, Mich., Thursday where they will visit Mrs. • Biiep- hcrd's sislcr, Mrs. Maymc bod- son, J. C. Johnson oJ Memphis Ark., is here visiting his fn- tlier. JudRo J. R, Johnson' • till' week. ; Miss Annie Money «-ns fakei o ihe niythcvlllc hospital Tues- lay nllernoon for medical trea't- ncnt. She was accompanied bv her mother, Mrs. Harvc Hancy.' CARD OF THANKS We want to offer our heartfelt (hunks to all our friends for MIC kindness ami benevolence shown dining i| lc rc ccnt nines'! :ind ctealh of our beloved companion and father, nuford Max- ivell, We f nppreclKte the beautiful lloral offerings, and are sincerely grutcful to /all who helped and comforted us and.may God bless one and nil. Mrs. Ellu Maxwell and 4 Children; .. Dorris. Gladys. Shlolds, carlton and Mollle Emperor penguins can knoui; a man out w:l n a blow of the! Ilippcrs. "•""•"^^^"-^•"••••••••^••i Bakery Specials ALL DAY - - FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY • ••i..— . iirimaaBL mn in ,,, , _^ r er Cake, each 19c gatmcal Cookies, doz Cherry Nut Gems, doz, Special for Butcreg Hour, 5 to 6 i>. m. only, Friday, Saturday and Sunday Demits, doz 11 Raisin Bread, loaf g c Plain StiEtar Cookies, t l oz' 3 C Smaii Coconut Pics (Limil 5) each 3c Hoi Plain Rolls, Joz 5c Special Allcnlion Given All Special Orders Blytheville Baking Co. PHONE lift ~* Ltixora Society — Personal RIDAY, AUGUST Mrs. Mollle Green and daughter of Hint, Midi,, and Mrs. H. Albert nurcl, of Burlington, North Carolina, arc visiting in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Owens, for two weeks. Mri, George Dugan and children left Tuesday lor Sonhelm, Ln.. to make their home. Mt! _ n has been In Sonhclni for Ihe past yenr with a stave mill concern. Mrs. Jiis. T. Handle, and youii" son, left Monday night'for Boone- vlllc, Ark., for n visit In tlie home iif her parents, Mr. and Mrs. liibb. Mr. and Mrs. Dean McClurkln ol Blytlici'llJe, enroute home from Pcabody, were guests of Mrs. McClurkin's parents, Mr. and ' Mri Joe Powell, over the week-end i Bob Oivciis, jr), who'lias hce'n' confined to his bed for sonic' time ' with a heart affection,' condition • remains the same. • n. W. Tuoina's nnd >f. rj. \yil- klns. wlio have been quite sick this week, arc much improved. Mrs. Ethel Driver, of ' Little Hock, Is visiting friends nnd relatives in Osceoln and Luxorii stie accompanied Mrs. Sue Brown to Moscow, Tenn., Wednesday to visit their sister, Mrs. Shack Franklin lor several days. Mrs, U. C. Barnett, of Augusta, Ark., arrived Thursday for ten days visit ivllh h«- daughter, Mrs. Lem Stanford. Mrs. Blanche Bramlett is a patient in the Methodist hospital. Little Charles Gene McDanlcis returned home SimoVy ulglil 1 from a weeks visit- .with his ."rand- mother in .Blythevll'le. ; . :; Dr. E. H. Bogan wns In St. Louis 1-rklay on a business 1 trip. - Maxinc Dugan, whp lefj : Tuesday with tier mother, for? Son- heiin, Ln., was complimented by the younger set, Monday night with a party at the Scout hit. •'Mrs, Sam Bowen was nostess to Iwo tables of bridge in her new home on Canal street Wednesday afternoon, to Mnies. Graver Driver, T. p. Hudson, Elliott Williams Lena • Qllllspie, Joe Illras, Charlie Mir/Jin, and Jesse Brown. Th<? liigh seorc jirlze was awarded to Mrs. Jesse Brown. Mrs. Charles led Ilia program of Ihe WonTan's Missionary society of the Methodist church Tuesday afternoon when they met iti the church parlor, on "Cooperative Jfeailng Iri Chinese Hospitals." Mrs. McDiinicl used the 4lh Chapter of Matthews for her devotional. 'The meditation theme was. "His hand upon us." Mrs. E. n. Began spoke on the "Margaret Williams Hospital," the largest maternity haspilal in the orient, and Mrs. J. J. Johnston told of the Christian medical college at Shanghai, China. The meeting was closed with prayer, and adjourned to meet Aug. 25 ill the home of Mrs Elliott Williams. llonicrsvilic Society — Personal day lo attend the funeral of Mr. Klrkman's brother, T p xii-k man, of Kcnnctt. ' ' George Wells, A, j. Ungdon r, rmt J. M, Cirantlwm „,"£ to business in Kennett Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Leonard IMmons-' rrw« n " r ^ l ° Wcsl Pta ''«™»l Hulay. I hey were joined Monday by Mrs. Tom -Pope aild ™ for Cahfonihi for a , c . , visit wllb Mr. and Mrs Oe Yakley. M,-. Ynklcj , Is ue » tlier of .Mrs. Pope, and MIS ra nionslon. ' u " T. Z. Kcnnctt and his sisters I M n p R A ' U '" KO " «M M» L. M: nagfin, spent Sunday -ft " son, Etui with Mr, 666 MALARIA lit 3 days COLDS firs! day Liquid. Tablets Headache, 30 Salve, Nose Drops ininuk-s Try "Ruli-My-TIsm"— World's Best Liniment Wayne Kcunetl, wlio lias (jec a patient Iherc for two weeks France Is the principal world source of bauxite, from wlilcn aluminum is derived. PI GUARD'S GROCERY Till') SAKKST PLAGE TOBUYYOUIlnlKATS AND DAIRY- t'KOnUCTS Wo i-ece i ve Swift's Premium Kcc( twice weekly. Green's Grade A Pasteurizer! AJ i) k twice daily. We h » v e the most modern Vvig- idair,; meat eiiuipmenl. We Deliver. Pliono 673 Mr. and Mrs. Lynn iiay and sen, Charles, of Hayti, were Eiicsis Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Ray. Mr. and Mrs. E. Allen and daughter. Miss Ciencva. visited relatives and friends In Joiies- horo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Willard . Mizell are Hie parents of a daughter. Sue Parker, born Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Ragan spent last Friday and Saturday in Trenton, Tenn., visiting Mr. Ragan's parents. Miss Wilina Smith has been spendlrig Iliis week with Miss Oiial George al Portaecvillc. Mi', and Mrs. P. L. Summers, of Long Beach. Cal.. are here visiting ttie family oi Mr. Summers' sislcr, Mrs. L. C. Paean. Hcrsc-hel Ford nnd Paul Ray, (it Willow SprinjU, spent Inst week-end here with the lalter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T A Ray. Mr. ami Mrs. Charles P. Kirkman had as their guests the past week Sir. and Mrs. Walter Allison ami son, Melvin, of Jackson, Tenn. They arrived Tiles- For 2iid Hand Furniture - Phone 10,'il Hubbard Znd Hand Furniture Store Near GofT Hotel .;-i' ; <; Business Progress -is made up of the tonr^e and initiative of many individual business men. J'HRY arc men wlm look beyond Uw tin- 1 ccrlamlKw of the cl:iy or the li mit . v hons ol llicir Mcciialomcd rango of trade ami study the .prospects Jot- jfreater tilings Jo men of Hi is -type the iicivicc ami in' Jorniiilion of a bank can In •• • • is n n " cn '° CellLcl ' Uoninuiiiity. It is to tin rent cliRiijrcs ami im^cmlinir events and keeps informed on national trends. ' Whatever your present business planx ami ideas arc, Urn bank will be glad rtiscusR them ami give you lho ' its information and advice. „,, „ Deposits ^Ihsiirctl I3v Ihc I-cdcral-ncpfwit Insurance" Corporation Washington^ I), c. S5,000 ninximnm Insurance For Each Depositor Farmers Bank & Trust Co. Blythcville, Ark. O 19J(, llMITT ii MVJU TOSkACCO Co. • h- Buy ine some peanute and cracker jack • I don't care if [ never get back Buy me some Chesterfields too..OH MY They've got what it takes to L>liesterfi

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free