The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 17, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 17, 1936
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:(ARK.>: COURIER- Social Caleadar TUESDAY'S EVEN'IS Intermediate a A reeling First Baptlit church, 4 P H. WEDNESDAYS EVENTS Sunbeams nieellne First Baptist clmrch, 4 P. M Bible' study,' Church of Christ, meeting ultli Mrs Howard GUI, 2 30 P, M THURSDAYS EVENTS \Vonnn's , Missionary society, First:, Church' of the Nnzarche, meeting at 'church Ha 7 el Haidin Weds Challe^l Muiphy Today Tlie marriage . of Miss Hazel Harclin, of /this city, to Charles Simcntbn .Murphy, 1 - of Memphis and Charleston, S, C., was : -spl- eriinlzed at nine o'clock this morning al the .rectory of. the Blessed Sacrament chcirch of Joneshoro. The Rev.'W. J. Kordsmclrcr pcr- foVriied the ~ ring ritual, The"bride: AVOre an autumn Irock ot wood brown chifTon, Ininiiied with white fcllk pique The ,lilp- lengtii poat had long:, jilca,l"d f-leeies and wide Inpels $f Uii» same material caught into the belt which: lied the coat, nt the waist ThCj dicss shoes and lull ored \elour hnl nil In bro.Mi, were adorned: with small gold buckles §he wore a comgc of jcllow and, trown orchid'; Gary J...Murphy, ot New Or leins, scned his brothei as bcsl man as the only 1 attendant , Immediately : aflcr Hie service, 'Mr. Murphy and his bride lefl by motoi for a two wcels trip which will take them lo Nasii- ville, Charleston, S. C., Aslicvllle, N C and cthci iiolnts of interes! In those slates Upon (heir return they will make tlicir home nt the Hotel Gajoso, McmpMs. ' Guests nt Ihc ceicmom weie the bride's parents, Mr anii tyrs. Samuel T. .Hiiiuiii, of Jojierboro her sisleis,' Mrs Champ icimbei - laln, ot West Plains, Mo., and Mrs Elltolfc"SnrtBln 'of hcie Mi Sartain, and Bob Cherry, ol Memphis Mrs. Murphy^ who Is'a member of n ploneei Blythcvllle ffunily Jind been In charge of Hie lilv theiillc Water company .office for a ninnlei of Years The btldcgioom, who Is l|io Eon of Mr. dud Mis C J Murphj of Charleston, S C wns levied In ihnt city _ He Is hi the. cot,ton department of the U S (Rubber cornpinv.klth lieodquail ers in Memphis Misslonarj Union Mcels Tlio Woman's Missionary 'Union • ,of the Gosnell church met 1,1 the home of Mrs Edgni Brown Thursday iftcrnoon with 12 mem ners and four visitors, Mrs Ci- 1 penter, Mrs Leslie Mooic Mi- Wnlpolc and Mrs J W Bishop of the First church present Foi devotional Mrs J W BlslnJn ' read the third and louitli chapters of Esodus and told the st-ir of Moses Mrs Cariienter 'offered prayei Mrs Moorp ga\c in oil I line of the officers lo be deck I nnd their duties ' In the alienee of the pie<ldeil Mrs R r Temple, Mrs Din Needham look charge of tlie business session The new offiuis elected were Mrs John MrBrlite second \ice president, and Vis Birdie Darns,'third ^cc president. Mrs Blown was nsslslixi: bv Mrs IliTTcin j> »us j 11 tstes and Mrs. Less Edlngton In serving sandwich's and cold drinks The ne\t mcei- ing will be held Thursday at Gosnell church. i * * * Out rjf Toun Guests To Atk'iirt Dance Here. A number cf out of town gucsu are planning to attend Hie danc» at the Blue Room of. the Hot3 Noble 'luesdav night when Lsn Bowden and his 15 piece orches'ra will play. The Bachelor club, whtch'iia a dance each spring and . fal is sponsoring the affair. Wilson Society — Peisonal Mr and Mrs A L Bojce an riounce the- marrla.3e of the! ' daughter, kuada, to Arthur Nel sen, of Springfield, Mo The wed ding was solemnized August lot at Little Rock. Art: Read courier News Want Ads. PICKARD'S GROCERY THE SAFKST 1>LACE TO BUY YOUR MEATS ANq DAiRY ,' PRODUCTS We receive Swift's Premium Bcc£ twice weelcly. Green's Grade A Pasteurized Milk Iwice daily. ^V B have the m'ost' modei n BYig- idaire meat erjuipment. We Delivpv. Phone 673 1044 Chickasawba -.i-i- iX __L- •* ' "* rlaiy Alice Taylor Is bedded to S. J. Matthews AiipQiincement of Hie marrlngc f MKs Mn'iy Alice Taylor, only nushler of Hi and Mrs, H. Al 'aylor, , lo Sniimcl Jones ^^at- hews, ct St. Louis and Colui'u- h, Mo, been undo. Tho editing was solcrunl/ed Balinxiai'' lay ifjlh, at Mncon, Mo., with ID Rev ! cifoi Hie Jjrst iinlnj Hi , ., K. Mallard, paslor Hie riles .„ onl,/ altciihiils wcic Miw 111;. Casii of .Unfon, > H t J :on\ malp ol i,>r bi) i' ,nt ., Unwci^i- nt Mlisouil Vnd Villinm Stanncld of . Mkldlelon ^ Y., class rniitc o'f the bride- room at Ihe tame school The a'nu'aiiiiccniFMl ..was n^de nyiu'i; .i'leriioon n(, m infoiin ''( f < H\\',> 1)J V l-ijln foe 1 of f !io ri (, t Jutiii Ic riiQin s heMiqiiv,'/<HS riecoiil 1 In HI ^ 0 '•> 6n i olliej vni\ n ilowus unused j'i colorful iio'i!< i ir u ink was fenlmcd. in the ,ar- ange-nnnl of t^io rcfi(shmeii f 'lie wjth roses In ii low -.||\ei yiV Tajloi, hci i'i > lite ntl if Lildegiooms notlci Mis /(T!lS llOWC, O'f fjt, lX)lliS. 1C- c-iictl the guests. Mrs, J. \v. McCulchen and Mrs, Loy Welch ivosidcd RI llic lefresliinoiii in- ill', assist,-.! Ijy tli>; hrlde's cou- lii. Miss Uetty t,y> McCuklicii, illss Marllm .Lee Ilall' nnd Miss xjnisi, Dobyns Mr. Miillliews and Ills mother notmcil ilmvn Frkl.y n :;d llic irlde accbtii'iianlcd them to St, x;tils yesterday for a visit before he ami Mr, Matthews go lo 'oiiimbia to make their linmc. Mr. Miitliiews attended Wnsh- 1(3(011 Unlvorsily, St. LoiiLs, elore golnx to Hie .University ol llEsci|i-l. Mrs. Mntijiews atlen'd- d tite Sputheafl Mlswiiil jit i licis colligt 11^ C»[)C tihnrdcin To .for, lio'^eirk hcfoic tolni; the Mlisouil linhcislls litsi' rir whcie she v\ is iflrdud 111 he c Delta Cl.imnm soroi'ilv mill ecumn n member of llic Tigcr- Itc club. Mr. .Mntlhc^vs .Is .now cuncLtoil with tlir M. 1 A Oil ompam Inv.Columblii 1 , ' \VLPd 'orillti-incc I iifor rd 13ENVER (Ul'> —Local owuris f \acant, loli will *-tc Ihnl ve«ls 1 tnejr pioperty me cut—or elst ip CIM; belnj, Hint tljo "lly will a\e the wee"ds cut and bill the roperty owner lor seivices, icn Vcd -j»' f Mi'f ' Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mre. Jiillnn ;'E. .Hetts j)lan to .return lo Mcni|)ijls w'lth- lir'n fc--.v (lays nftcr having been liere for about Iwo weeks while Mi'. HiHls wv\s slaltono^ lienr here, lie Is with llic U. S. engineers p/llce at -Memphis. J.Mrs. ICll/aljeil) Qrccne left lo- cltij for Indhn ipolls Iml foi i svllh iriatKcs llci sister M^r Joe Ole/cn who li is been lierfc" for ten dnys, returned with her lo her home In Indianapolis. Mr. Gleirii, who accompanied her here, left last iveck. Mr,, nnd Mrs. Cecil Slmnc aivl (hligjitei MKs Pits} ind Miss l\farl!m Ann Ljjich returned yes lenla'y from a visit.. In Hoi Springs. , Mr, Shane was there for .several weeks while olhci 1 members of his family joined lilm Inter nnd Miss Lynch wcnl over last Tuesday. Mrs. EtUvciia Atlains aiul daughter, Beatrice, and- son. II. T of Charlottcsvllle, Va,,.. and Mrs. Fnllie Wctsel ami In-other. Cecil, of IMirnlcys, Vn., left today iiflcr liavliig been guests o'f Mr. nnd Mrs. S. 13. vull since Tuesdny. While licrc they were entertained Inf(.iiinil\ at. several outings Mis liurkc l-iiilkncr of Mui Ky.,'sponl' the week-end with-Mr ami Mrs. s. E. Vail. Her son Earl Faulkner, of Cnriilhcrsvllio motored down yeslcnlay lo also visit with his mother before she lefl lodij Mi's Peirl SIICIK.CI nnd MUs Cnmllle Kobinsoii lefl Simday 'for Ghii.11,0 to itlenrt i Ifomc Service conference (if Hie Hot. Point Eleclrlu company lor a week. Mr. and Mfi rf AimorU Irby BuMng'cr. is thcli t»ests ws Lois Hooper and " Juihtta Bmltli yesterday. . • . Moim Jean Nqal, of Dell vlsllliiR Jean Williams it '' j Mlss Iiiiojelie Este,,o'r H»v't' has l:ccn .admitted to the ' iiifcm- phls najitlst hospilal. Ed Williams returned'" ipd'ay from a two weeks . vacation spent ivllli relatives in Nashville, Tenn Mi-s. J. T. walls, of Leach- vllle, was irdmlllcil to the Memphis IMptht hospital >esterda,y G 1 Bloker of CarulherbvUle Is i pitlenl at the Memphis Ban list liosplla) i ( r Mrs. nom'sey' Duncan has re'- tinned from a sl\ Weeks stay in Mllnn and oilier points of Tennessee. Mrs. I. O. Wcstbrook Jr., is in Joiner with her mother, who Is 111. W If Slp\ill arid ton, Billy will go lo Wlnchcstfi Term lo iiionov, to spend sovcijft ' diys with MI slovens parents Ml ind Mrs C M Giay, tic companies b) their son Marlon nnd Mi anil Mrs Txl Dillon cf Memphis spent the neck end camping al, Mai tins creek, ncai Ilirds ,) , Mr ind Mrs Olniles Jones Miss Lily Scott and Mr. Me- llnji of Memphis were guests of Mrs. H. G. Wlckliam and Miss Byrd Hall yesterday Mrs. Stephen H. • Brooks and son &lc\e accompaincd by Mis Bicols slski Mrs Nrd Ayres and daiighter.s. Misses LIHEari B. nnd Edna, of Osccola. "motored lo lilloxl, Miss., yesterday to spend a week 1 on the enlf coast, Including- Now Orleans. Louiu ISTH.S Imd is Ills guests yesterday",' Misses Helen Bonn 'and Leah • Foltn, of Memphis. Braggadocio Netvs 11 ,, ., , , - i M sses Minn and bjhli lliickabi All MJcMngci'i, pirculs of Scliuei | Milled filends In gikeslon over M!V r. '* , the week end Thc> ncio accoi.i Mis Shell and d uMilu Nancy, luivo retiirncd from licise after several days visit wllli Mrs. Stielt's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Moore, * J. H. Bui-field' .of Joiner, Is it piticnt it the Memphis Bip (1st hobpllil , i Mi and Mis L r Cij nnd sons Joe i\nd Donikl are \n Washington D C for two weeks Levin Mocks, of Bassclt., is panled wood. Cirl Ia\loi of Cotton pallcm at the Memphis B-iptlstl^cinment Heel J r Bennett laihoid agent at Hunter, Ark., Is spending : a • 3H- da\ lca\e of Vbscncc hcie Mrs. 'Jack Wllkcrson. of Meiri phis who has been \isltlng hpi parents Mr ind Mrs V G Holt letmned lo her home list TUP daj j v i 1 1^,. 'P. C. Holt has gone lo Osceola. whcic he Is cmploHd with the Katherine tiptqh Hfidi Seniors at Manila High . ..MANILA, Ark.-K«tlierlnc Tip- ten, daughter of Mayor and Mis C. W. Tlpton, ha.s been elected president o( this year's senior elass at Manila, high, school. plar« 'Gra'c'e Fox was'elected Yjce-'p'rVsli <lenl. Other oftlwrs are:; secretary, arid, treasurer, Jeanne Fc,w- )er, daughter of Supt. W. W. I'9*,'- Icr; rcjxirtcr, Pierce Tatum. .'Miss Ada Carolyn Boweii, 'teacher- in the high'school, was •elected sponsor. •. • I Y . ' "• Miss.', Tipton was also elecled "chief librarian and she will be assisted in her work by 16 members pf the senior . class. Thcj arc- tenma Jane Craflin, Audrey nj'c irc'cman Jeinm, ^w lor, James Coates,' Veda .McUon- ild Lottie Simpson Edith Esslg Helen Dillon Neva Ray Hudson Jackie V-in/ant Clara Grace Fox Raymond KriglfsJ) Ruby Gflmc! anil Panialla \'!{Joblln. IhK Is the largest scnioi class In the history of'the high school Ttt-enty-two member's .will receive diplomas this year. The senior chss have sel n? lllj'elr contribution to the schoo lltrarj V«o hunriied new books rj Chilstmas Tlicy have add« Uenty four books to the col lee lien Thej are doing tlili- by s-el!li(S candv and cold drink during 'the noon and racss pei- lods Dear Aunt: .Archibald and I have not beer, talking r much but have been thlnkhii a lot, abpiif. th.e church ah'd wi hope 'to be :able to at- l^lid, some ncxV year or the y'enr after 'at; least. We tooif Jiiriloi'' dpwii ,by thp church,' ; a , 1 cw : days f>£o and"tried fp.piake him uh'tlei''- slahd :• What it was/: but he : aid jwy . any • attention, or,' a' Osceola >Society — Mks Tcir> MlfcheH of 'joiner who Is a student at the unlyersity of Chlc-igOj suffered an acuje ai- tack of ippcndicltls ui yial pity list veck and li A patient Ui the Unlvcrsllj hospital She will rc- tmn home thr jast or August for a short visit with her parents ,,b Joiner icturnlng to tile Univer- sllv in September for her senior veil Miss Ethel Jones Is visiting' hei biilu r I oulsc Jones In Memphis this week i Mr and Mis Robt Summci- h-ul is theh guests- for ( thp neclf end the Htters mother Mis A T Stung fellow of Little jRock llicli sistci Miss IITTU Summers of Strong Ark and Mis., Allene Uogcrs of Little Ropk Little Mary B Sunnneii wh» has spent the summer 1 with her,, grandpaicnts Ir Litilc Rock returned home wilt llieiii. ' Mr and Mrs M B Adims of Giinesvilie G i are here for 11 cMendcd visit with Mis Adani jnients Mr and'Mrs J T Old 1mm while Mr Adams Is instsll ,hig a gm at Wilson " "" Julie ' ...all the essentials of <* good cigarette We use fotic of the world's best cigarette tobaccos .. . Bright, Buriey ' and Maryland from our own South- iand ... and aromatic tobaccos from Turkey hnd Greece. We use the right kind of cigarette paper ... the finest Champagne paper tested for purity, burning quality and freedom from taste or odor. on essentials Chesterfield wins MONDAY, AUGUST 17, J93fi CHURCH EXCUSES : By n. W. Bu-hjut: not least, we could'-hot, .tell thai'ho did. O[ course, he to'ijld not tec it very well as'It'waVralning alxl we liad Hie lop of 1)1$ little buggy lip. I told. Archibald thnt would probably Account for ills lack of Interest. Then, too, Arcnl- ba.ld had bought him a nice stick of candy and lie was trying to iml it,In |ijs mouth. Thanks for fie liltle Jiose you knit for Junior I am afraid he will never be able to wear them, as he Is much lai". cr >ipw. r You know you -ftar'tc-1 them before Junior came.- jfe has Brown' H . lot. A child like Junior grows: all over,: so his 'feet n ro much larger. Anyway, he can pill Ihem in;,lits Jiope box. /Junior Is a most-;, wonderful. wonderful child. Jle'has my'.'eyes,-hair acii' fealurc.v'bul ArClUbald's tlisiiosi- llon any ienipei The Amazon river Ls 3400 mllo= long, mid is 150 miles wide al Us iiioulli. • COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN I Last Time Today V»ja.|i lalijey and Vivian Scui Jock Jeft j&ite/da^ for ,a ten dajs vacation pt Ro^k Away Beach neai Biaiu-on Mo ( ' Bruce Ivy accompanied by hl> biolher Brodie Ivy, transacted business in Jackson Tenn, Prldnj and Saturdaj returning today I S Burton »as a business visiloi In i Memphis .ye'-terdiy vyljeie he went (o consult a specialist ! Prank lompkuis'' left >est«da 5 *oi a two weeks visit \with rch- tises at take Village Spe»ce Williams and Bob Ores*,-; ol Kelser returned Saturday from a vls|t to the Texas Centennial Fifposltlon ! Mis Joe Mounts and so'n are vjslting relatives in Pontotoc Miss, for Uo keeks Mis Tom McGamtty and daugftter of Jonesboro spent tin. weekend with relatives here Mrs c H McOee of Atlanta Qa is heie for an extended visit with her mother Mrs W E Burlon iTicy a're spending this week In Hot Springs Mis Cail Franks of Onder ac compelled by hel aunlb Mrs Bui Graves of T eachville and Mrs H T Brjiml of West Helena )>u Saturdaj foi a ten diys visit w th Mrs Frinks parents Mi aud Mr6 E H Blcy at Durant Mlbs Mi and Mis Edgar Knight of L-lttie Rock arrived' Siturdaj to nnkc their homo here while he Is Th* Morning Afterlakmg Carters Little Liver Pills connected with life IJ. s. Government fleel Vnicy 'u;e temporarily | located at Mrs Emma Moore's home. v ; Mrs. J. P. Morclicad and MLss Edith Sullivan are In Dallas attending Hie Texas Centennial. Mrs. J. O. Miller ol Memphis spent the htlir pait of the week Iherc al the bedside of her father P. M. Satigst'cr, Mrs George Adams and small daughter Jane aic the giitsts ol hci jiiothci Mrs John White this »cek , Mr nnd Mis- xjale j nc kjon »eic tueils of Mr. .and Mrs Netly} Bow en in Memphis over Hie week cud ; MALARIA 'Speedy Relief ot Chills < arid feVer Don't let Milirn tear you apart with Us .ricking chills and burning lever. Tnist to no home made or mere makeshift remedies Take the medicine prepared espe- .ciall> lor Malaria-Grove's Tasteless ChillTnnic. Grov c s Tasteless Chill Toni* gives reai relief from Mihrn IjtcailEC it's a scientific comblmlion of tiMclc&s quinine md tonic iron rhc^qmmne kills the M.ilcrial infection in the bloo I Tlie iron builds up Ibe •.v«(cra ind hrlps forjify against further ilhck At tlic first sign of nny ittnck ot Malaiu lake Grove's Tadlclcss Chill,Tonic Better still take it regularly during Ihc Milaria <cason lo ward off the di'ei e, Grov c s TnMelcss Chill Tonic isSb olutclv hirmlcss and tastes good Grove's-Taslclcss Chill Tonic now comes in two sizes,"50c and $1. The ?1 ^izc contains 2'A Cnicsasmuchas (he SOc 6i;c and cives you te% more for your money. Get hoUEe anydrugstore. Paramount News and Comedy —Admission— Maliiicc—10 f. 25c_willi le Tax Night—10 & 3So—With le 'lux TUESDAY IS J125 BANK NIGHT! 3RDERS • TAKEN FOB tBEFWAT YARN f*S.TIQNS PHEE Mrs Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. o. Haley 1130.,Chlckasawba i > Phone 192 '.-»• f^CISLEOIRER AHMSOTHERN MY win A Poranaoynf Pklur* wilt) FRED STON€ BILLli BURKE Ernest Cqssart Granf Mitchei! DirWred by Harold Young Novelty Sliorts and I-'ili|ialrick Trarellalk iu Tcrlnilcolor—"l!io de Janeiro—City Bcrniliful" , —Aclmissinn——10 * ESe—ivith le Tax Night—10 i- 35c—With le Tax You can altcncl Hie illatrnci- Tues- • clay, rrgistor. and have :i chance In iri" B a"k, l)c|]fl.sit-Mvitliont : bCT ing , present Tuesday night! —COMING SOON— "GREKN I'ASTUri'ES" with ilex Iiigrani. "VOURS FOK THE ASKING" wit], (iccrjje Itafl. "DEVIL I)OLI." with .Lionel Ilar- rvmorc. © 19J5, Liccirr ic MYERS TOMCCO Co, •.i.< t . : .:,:.. .i. Notice to Our Friends and Patrons We wini lo anpounce that there is to bo no change IP. the seivice or policies of this stoie, iiK 1 ihat \Ve will continue to cater * to youi reeds rf both our; hardware and aut-omocne depai tments juSt as we have in the past. We siucei .>h ap]>ieciate your business and Uust that you will continue to let us serve you J- !\ Holland -,C. F. Blakemorc HUBBARD HARDWARE CO.

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