The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 20, 1936 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 20, 1936
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1936 BLYTIIEV1LLE (ARK.) COUIUKR NKWS Lillian Briscoe Will Wed Denver, Colo., Man Announcement has been mad. of the engagement of Miss Lillian s'tun'rt Bi'lsrae. formerly ot here and now of Denver, Colo., lo Kenneth Phlllipps Dane, ol Deliver, Colo. The wedding- will take place Saturday, August 29, iii St. Martin's ch'apcl of 61 John's cathedral. There will be 1(.0 guests. The licv. G. 'A. Lehman will read Hie wedding service, whlcl will be followed by a 1 reception at the home of (he bridegroom's grandmother, Mrs. Charles K Philllpps. The bride will wear a gown bt ivory satin and lace with a cor- . onet of old lace belonging to Mrs Dane, which will hold Ihe tulle bridal veil in place. She will carry a bouquet of roses aiid valley lilies. Miss Briseoe will be attended by Miss Martha Eastman, wKS will wsar a frock of periwinkle blue chiffon with a matching hat; and by her cousin. Miss clc'n Marie niiscoc, wlio will wear lea rose chiffon with a hat of lhat shade, Their flowers will be pink and lavender asters. James Pace Clark will be best in an and Frank Hall, a coiisin of the bridgcgrcom, anil Robert Dane, a brother, will usher. After a honeymoon trip (6 Santa Fe und other points of interest In thai, section, Mr. Dune and Ills bflde will make their home in Deliver. The bride, who is widely known in musical circles of Denver, Is Ihe daughter of Mrs. Leon S. Uiltcoe and the late Dr. Briscoe. of this city. She Is an accomplished pianist and vocalist. Since her graduation from the Denver fJcllcee of Music she has been a member of the faculty there and lias also done much Concert work. She was reared here bill went to Denver a number of years ago for her college ' work while making her home with her uncle, Dr. W. S. Briscoe, arid family. Mr. bane, who is the son of Mrs. Constance Phillipps Dane, received his later education at the University of pe'nver. Mrs. .Briscoe, wlio is spending the summer in Denver, and Mr. arid Mrs. .Joseph Redhead pt Centervillc, Miss., uncle arid aunt of the bride, and Mrs: ; Leroy Hi 4 Gates of Plainfleld, N. J., an! •aunt of : lhe bridegroom;. will be among the out of town guests-at the wedding. * ^ * Mis. Kcrrynian Complimcntf d Members of the Business and ic ariipus Swagger] Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Carol Ijiuderdale has as her giiest until Sunday. Miss Virginia' Sides,- of Memphis. Johnny. coppock, of Peru, Ind., arrhed. Tuesday night to visit U S Branson jr.. (or n few days. They we're classmates at Hondrix college. Mr. and Mrs..Leslie R. Swareiii' ind three children have gone to Mountain View /or several days. They plan to return Sunday. Miss Theih'fa Worthihgtoh, wh6 Is attending a business college in Memphis, spent th6 weekend at Jlonie. join Mr. Medlln, wlio has a isltioh with loinpnny; . i — ° ...wiiuj tun-** ^ Miss Jamie Nichols went to 1??' wcnt dow » Tuesday. school. She was nicompanicd , J.' cr BeHcl1 . "ear Pocaliontns, her sister, Mrs. Harry Weld-1, ' "'" ""crnoori -for an out- mn, Mrs. D. Simmons and Mrs t ! o( thc sllUft Bttorcl of health. Alec Shelby. • ,. - |, | Mrs - Norman Bunch underwent Mi ami Mrs. c. J. Cox' have I „, !!!!"° 1r °n c ™<!°n to'd'ay at the eturncd from a week In si I ul -;' tl>6vl "" hospital. 1 Mr. aiid Mrs. r Kussell THE double-breasted fall coat A of. hairy textured pure canv el's hair-in Spanish wine, has padded shoulders to give the wide shouldered effect that will be the lit of a thousand campuses this autumn. * The smart front panel is inset with pockets.' Osceola Society — Personal Profess Women's club com- - plimented one of their members, Mrs. William Derryman, in their meeting Monday night at Walker park. Because her home was recently destroyed by fire, the club presented her a blanket. Mis Cnra Lee Colcman was hostess to the watermelon supper. * * » DaiiEliler Complimented Mrs. E. D. Ferguson entertained 12 guests bridge party Wednesday afternoon, at her home, in honor of her daughter Mra. Robert Smart, of Richmond, Va., who is visiting here for several weeks. Roses and other garden flowers decorated the living room where cards were played. In the games Mrs. Lloyd Stic km on won hosiery for the high sc orc prize and ice tea coasters went to Mrs. T. G. Seal for the low score award. The hostess served a fruit drink during the games and later a dessert was served K'ilh iced ten Mrs. Ed Hardin jr., of Greenville. Miss., houscgucst of Mrs. Ed llardiu, was another out of town Sliest. Study Royal Service Mrs. Kussell Parr was leader of the Royal Service program at the meeting of the Woman's Missionary Union of the. First Baptist chwch Monday afternoon at the church. The '15 present heard a program on "A Summer Cruise Through Mission Fields. 1 ' Mrs. R. O. Cash, gave the devotional. ' with tlic UI;'UI]UIL,II, wmi me mnr i are in St. Louis buying fall scripture reading from the first n '"chandise this week. They will chapter of Mark. In taking np the rcl "fn tomorrow, subject, Mrs. Parr played appro- Misses Glenora and Lcora Mc- priate piano numbers before each Lcc d of Blytheville were guests of of these topics: "Italian Missions," 'heir sister,'Mrs. J. W. Rodsry, y e s- , phis Baptist' hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brown and daughter have gone to St. Louts :or a two weeks. vacation. Mrs. J. G. Pcgues and' twin daughters, of Memphis, are guesls of Mrs. Pegucs 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Young. •Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hughes had as their guests the past few days their daughter, Mrs. H. J. Whitehead, of Memphis, and their sister, Mrs. Mollic Green, of Flint, Mich., and Miss Frances Green of Burlington, N. C. Mrs. Douglas Fletcher returned yesterday from a visit with her sister, Mrs. T. D. Hamblin, at Tupelo, Miss. Carl Maxwell, who is connected with the National Burial association, Memphis, is spending his vacation with his sister, Mrs. J. A. Pigjf, and family. They .were dinner gneats of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Green in Blytheville Monday night. He will go to Hot Springs the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Wertz are spending llietr vacation with Mrs. Wcrtz's brother and other relatives in Atlanta, Ga'., and St. Angustina, Fla. They visited Shiioh Park and Muscle Shoats on their way down. R. B. VVoods of Henderson, Tciin., was here yesterday for a visit with his cousin, Bnice Ivy. Among the business visitors to Memphis yesterday were: Mrs. John W. Edrington and daughter, Madeline Ellen; Mrs. E. A. Teaford and sons, Edward and Ambrose; J. B. Counts, Mr.'and Mrs J. A. Tiiidall and daughters, Mrs Charles Carter and Gertrude. Miss Ethel flrickey returned yesterday from a visit of ten days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kclley, in St. Louis. Dave Silvcrblatt and Sam Flor- hospital yesterday Miss Ettji Wilkerson, of Luxora' - — ••-- • ' Mrs. W. C. Williams; "Indian Missions" Mrs. AhSi Huffman; "French Missions" Mrs. O. B. Barker; "Mexican Missions" Mrs. Mike Buchanan. Mrs. W. M. Williams summarized the work in the final discussion. Prayers were offered by Mrs. A. c. Blaylock, Walter BUhop, Lloyd Slickmon and b. F. Blomcyor. • » • Klimiood Comctcry Assccinlion Meets ~ The Ehmvood Cemetery Association met Friday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. J. A. Luckett, when Ihe quilt, recently completed hy members, was shown. This until is now on display at Miss Whlt- fltfs shop. Has Watermelon Parly Raymond Bradley, formerly of here and now of Little Rock, was Riiesl of honor at a watermelon Party given last night by his host, J - W. Shouse Jr. The 20 boys and girls played games In the Shouse yard before watermelon was served. terday. Scarcy Mears was host to 50 of Osctola's.'teen age group last night at the Community club' hdiise at a dance honoring the fourteenth birthday of his son, R. b. chap, erons were Miss iyucllle Fisher of BlythevUle, Mrs. R. N. Ware and 'Mrs. Dave Silve'rbla'tt. Clippej- Planes Serve • As Botik Distributor! HONOLULU <UP>—it's not ai "nail and building equipment thai Pan American Airways' trai Pacific Clipper planes- carry O i their frequent trips. Every clipper carries a load of books froi the Library of Hawaii here to Midway and Wake Islands where Pan American si a ft members ar regular readers of library volume Returning Clippers bring backth books. riaunum ,can be rolled and beaten irjfq l«ai One tvrd-hiiridrsd thousandths 'of -*« [ficfi tlScic" Mrs. Le'c Medlln, who with Mr] Mtdlln has been lit Jackson, Tenn. ten (lie past six weeks. Is the guest tit Mrs. Joe Etklns, for n week before" (joing lo Onion City, Tenn., «')»• be' met at J'blne'r (onlghf by Mr. and Mi$. B. D. Ferguson, llicii son lii la*, Robert Smart, mid son, Bobble, of Richmond, and Mr. and Mrs. Elslner Beali, ot "'llsoii, who wlirbc 'dlimcr gu'esi.s of Ilic Rev. arid Mrs. W. P/Cooley C. D. Martin, 'of Sftele, w ns taken t6 (lie Meiiipliis irfetliodLsl hosplial yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Artluir rbiidrcii a »rt . Children, Jlhiinle, GeXtrude n| id "Ruddy" of Parrtsh, Ala;; nre eiiests of their daughter, Mrs 0|>a| Mccorinlck, at the 'han't! of i , niece, Mrs. W. H. .Jackson, tiielr , . . . ., and Mr. Jackson. They plai) (o return hohie Saturday: ,. "a'i'ry Atkins andjE. A. Sice are wllli Mr. :At- In Memphis today' 1 'wllli kilts' brother, ;, Thurmai nan Atkins. Memphis Mon'day w'hcre she en- cred the Metliod'lst hospital Iraln- who underwent'an opcraHoii yes- crday at the Veterans hospital Us condition Is very good. Miss Norma skipper, formerly of here and now'of Memphis', Is the guest of Mr. ami Mrs. Harry Alkins for two weeks. Mrs Eslelle Cooke Vollnier and daughter, Ann, are In Memphis visiting; friends until Saturday. They went dowii Tuesday. w D K Ai ' , M- Wrtiillbur » andiDr. , ..,„,- »>,„ imii b -iner *• D. Smith motored to , Current. ML « Jiiiinlln, MM. Bush Caldwi-ll Hivcr Beach, near Pocaliontns, ""<! Mis, Ldrcne Foster left Mr. an<l Mrs. Hary Cloeilings of Columbus, an.,- arrived Monday for u two week's visit here wllli the Inttcr's pnrents, Mr. and Mrs. Liiclen Hhk'knrd. l.ouls Spauuilin; rclunicd to St.- 1-otiLs Monday after ha\-li'iK spent Ills vacation- here with his piir- fnl«, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Spauld- liig. Mr. aiid Mrs. John \v~ltson Jr., Mrs. J, w. Wilson sr,, and son, Mllbui-n, of SI, Louis, were the weekend guests of Mr, and Mrs. H. L. Gilbert. They were nccOm- home by Miss Peggy Oll- tert, who will leniain there until school stait.s. Mr. and Mrs George Llttlo, formerly of Ocala, Vln., but now of Memphis and Kcnnett, were Hie weekend guests of Mr.s M Carson. .Mr., and Mrs. B. n. liurkovlt-/. «i«t Kolni iiiotorni to New Mud- riil Sunday evening where (lies' visited the toiler's uncle, M. 1-iankcl, who was quite ill, having ''.ad a stroke of puralysls. Mrs. Ilrt/el Durrouglis and' tiaiightef. Rcva Frances, of Meni- Plik, nrflvcd Monday to spend tlie \vfck lii the holnc of Mrs. Hin-roughs . aunt nnd uncle, Mr. nnd Afis. Lacey Bush. Mrs. W. H. Klrby aiid nnd Mr. and Airs. W. T. S'amlerfi and son visited wllli the Messr» Smidora brothers, W. E. Sanders at I'lnc Dluff, Ark., Sutiday. Mr Ganders hnd been quite 111 but was ihiieli Imiirovccl. Luxora Society — Personal Tuesday liiornhig on an outing trip to BI B Spring Slate I'ark. They will return' home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wallace spent Ihe weekend hi pine Uhiff Afi-ss Catherine rinvU lins relurn- cd from a month's visit In El I'n- so, Tex. Mrs. Louis George lm s ns lief gue.sls this week her sisters, MISS- PS Mai-giiefKe, Mamie, nnd lorclco Kahnlley, of Dny Minclle, Aln. Mrs. sum Bowen and daughters Frances ndd aiid fjilay, and Mrs Qrover Driver nml soil. O. C., were visitors In Memphis Monday. lieimlc lleflicld, a former red- dent of Luxoni, aii<| his youiig soil were guc.sls of Bob Cllllcspld j r . and Mr. and Mrs, Joe Hire* Wciincs- dtiy. They were enroutc home to '{">ler in,, from a visit In M e,ii- l»hls with icltittves. Mr. and Mrs j.-. u j'mman, of Memphis, , v crc dinner guesls of Mr 4n «l4"- 8< J • Sm " 11 ' nics(iny Miss Nettle Smith, of ElDorado, •Aik. Rlrllioort friend of Mrs. w, a Meadow*, arrived Sunday lo be a Louk; where they attended the' "'• Iuul M re.r Kussell Phlllljis Ar «-. vlslllhg frleiids. ReHil Merchants Convention and j"",.'. , ion ' R«ssell. hrtve • g'oiie to Mrs. Lilly licnsoii of St. Louis lilted relatives of Mrs. Allen. Qra'tly Evans, of Cooler, Is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital.- Tiancis Wilson, of Cainden Is , • — — the guest of Byron Morse for a! J.° m " , VK[L of several dr >ys at ••--' ~- 'St. Louis nnd at Wood River Mo. He — O ..^jv ui i'jiuii iviui tc I Or II -eek Tliey are students »t the Unhci-sity of Arkansas, Fayelle- 'lllc Bobbie Raye Bdwrtcii, of Joiner, las been admitlcd to the Mem- ihi.s Baptist hospital, L. L. Ward Is ill at lib home lerc. Mrs. Ward, wlio was at Wrdy,- arrivetl today to be witli ilm. Mr. Ward was In Memphis for a treatment and later became 11 and returned home. MLss Ruby Calhoun, of Horners- John Miles Miller,- who heail- tlst cliiircli near Paragould Ark quarters In Memplils, is here for! th| s week. short time. ' "' f M'ss Ina Stephens of Kelscr, James Guard has returned Alk -> is here (ills week vislllng her "uncles', Eiirtls and Otis rWell. Mrs. H. A. sienlz arid daujjlilcr, lipniel^' fll '5' Arihe, relilrned Sunday Wood 'roui St. Lo\ils where Mary Arinc was accpmpani ,-illc, , is a patient at the Me'm- . —-. ,»^ iino uv.yuiJLIt) by acoige L. ilalc. „, , wmu River, who will be his guest for several clays. Dcwcy Fol-d, wlio spent, the summer at Pass Christian, .Miss., lias arrived to assume' his work with the R. D. ilughe- store. Mrs. Ford will come up' later for a Mrs. Ida Hcsslc arid daughter, Kathleen, and grandson, Jlmmfe Carson, have returned from i.two weeks spent in Dallas'with' friends arid relatives while attending 'th6 Centennial. ^ Harold Sudbury has returned home after spending the-sumincr . E. R. Shaw, of Luxora was ad- mD nittcd to the Memphis Baptist " I """" s n ' IUl Ms 'orchestra at "resort locations in Mississippi aiid patient at the Methodist hospital. Memphis spent last H. L. Bradley, of Little Rock and Campbell, Mo night here. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monnghan and daughters arc spending to- lay in Memphis with Mr. Mona- 5hnn's parents. L. L. Ward, who was taken ill Tuesday, Is milch better today. He .s at his home here. Miss Pollyann Buck will spend omorrou- in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Pride jr., vho were In Paragould for several days, have returned here, llr. Pride having been transferred He, Is with the Memphis office ol Cf. S. Engineers. Louis Applebaum attended to business in Memphis yesterday. Mrs. P. S. McPherson, of Hay'tl, s a patient at the Memphis Dap- ist hospital. Miss Alice. Williams, of Driver, has been admitted to the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Coolcy and .Irs. Robert Smart, of Richmond, Va., are in Memphis today. They ?* uisii "'a. J. T. Sudbnry, who has been with him, has also returned. Canadian Enjoys Puffs On 200-Year-Old Pipe EDMONTON. Alta. (UP)-Gep. Bryant smokes a" pipe, more than years old. The pipe once belonged to j his wife's great-grandfather. Bryant declares "It still smokes "very good." ... MALARIA Ol CHILLS FEVER Alexander's Iron Tonic An Appotirer nnd General Tonic lor Poopla Who Arc Weak and Rundown. ] Sold by ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bakery Specials AU; DAY - - FIUOAY. SATURDAY & 'SUNDAY' Pineapple Layer Cake, each 19c Cinnamon Rolls, doz. lOc Nut Bread, loaf Chocolate Crenie Rolls, each 8c Walnut Bars, doz. 9c- Butterfly Rolls, each 2c Special for Rtdcfeg Hour, 5 to 6 p. in. only> Friday, Saturday and Sunday Hot Donuts, doz; H c Pineapple Honey Rolls, doz 10c Karo Pecan Pies, each 3 C Coconut Wafers, doz 3 C Parkerhousc Rolls, doz g c Plains Rolls, doz . 5 C AHcnlion Given All Special Orders Blytheville Baking Co. ' '•• rcceiveci medical trcillmeiit nl the Baptist hospital. Mr. and Mni. A. a. Sanders, CQOLKSt SPOT IN TOWN! Last Time today Paramount Ncivs . Matlnfc— 10 & 25c— Willi Ic Tax Night— 10 ,t ;i5c— With Ic Tax FRIDAY PAL MTE 2 flaiiits Admllfcd for Price ot 1 Mi £'hlli!rtii—idc Selected Short Subjects —Admission— .MAtlnec-l(i * '«(•—hith Ic T.i\ Nlghl—10 ft .15r—Widi 1< tax TUESDAY, AUGUST 25- .?f.0.0n HANK'. NIGHT! —COMING SOON— 'CHINA CI.IPPKn" with Pal O'KtlAn and ncv'trly Robert 1 !. "GORGEOUS. 1IUSSY" with .jnar l:ra«f(if(l ahrt tinhcM Tajlor. •ANTHONY ADVERSE" «• i I li Frcdc.rlt-. starch 'and Ollva . DC Hiivilhnd. guest in her home for this week. Mrs. Lllllaii 'f-filiiir has been the ^iiesl of Mrs. !•'. M. Uohds In lier ccuntrj- homd ill Double Bridges lor (he past three days. • » * . A .morning bridge liincheoii was enjoyed Tiicscluy when Airs. T. D. Wllklns was Ijastcss to )icr iwo table, club and Olio guest.- Mrs. U. 6 Bnrnelt, of August^ Ark. Mrs, Harriett wits presented a lovely linen handkerchief ns Biiest prize nnd the" hljti score club prize, <i linen bridge'-cloth mill napkins, fas riwardid Mrs. Russell : I)6\vcn. Mrs. W. L. Walters was given a dainty clilna pllthcr for low score. * • * Members of Ihe Osccoln-Luxora- HlythcyUlo bridge chib with eiiests. Mr. aiid Mrs. K; O. ijiiiBStoiij niui Mrs. T. p. H'uisbn, were entertain- I" the home of Mr. and r Russell Boweu Tuesday evening, rt Mis Hudson'received a crystal sum, linen Irandkerchlcfs, lor L prlz«s. Mrs Mason, o( Osccoir von tho ladles' high score club' award, a crystal salad bo a \utfi eandal-wood fork and spoon ari<t W, L. Walters was presented a bill fold for men's high score. .' .&•. A cold salad . plate was scrvea with iced tea and sandwiches. S ORDERS TAKEN FOR "BBRNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS' FREE Mrs. teslle Hooper Mrs. A. O. Haley llOfl Chlckasawba Phone 792 We Pay Cash For 2nd Hand Furniture I'lione 10.11 Hubbard 2nd Hand Furniture Store NCKr (Jnfjt Hotel End of the Season SALE Brings Final Dtastid Cuts in Prices of Alt Snhiiiicr Goods \ tlH|hc;il of Summer is still boarin-'d'tnvn and from all imlica IO..H wo will Mill' have scvomf wM<s ti G v fin ,« in which mnn.ner clothing wi |, ho ;„ dcm , a r ^^ Make Room Fcir New FairGdods Fiiialdeai-anceoiSilkDresses Kcgulai- |4 Silk .Drosses §1,99 T-V <t<m r-n Dresses 1 Si. 98 ;in(l A R A N C .Final Clearance of All AVash Dresses ' arc the snrne dresses we have been sellinr; all season at as f-niK- tmd yon know they were .medalled at oifr regular ,S but MOV mi Snenc"" Snec's "m'thl""" n"^ '"^ " B " <lcr S'"^ Slianfunj" Regular ,^2.98 Summer -Wash Dresses DO([C<1 Swiss ' . Now rc-rluccd to "''" rca " y ou!sla " (ll »S values at $2.93. -Rcguiar §1.98 Drcsscs"-."-5L44 1.98 All Stiininei: Piece Goods JViees Slashed HuiKlrwls of Rolls of Every Suminor Material Arn Kow 0:1 Sale at ^ Wl! 'ph Juslify Your Stocking Up at licnl Ravin Ladies Silk Knee-High HOSE We Invite yon to coin- pare i.htse fine quality hose with lhi:;;c selling much higher. Values ISc llalf-Prico Sale of Kntirc Stock of Lwlics While Shoes Yciir ijnrestflctcri Choice of the season's most popular styles. Not. all sizes in all styles, but you are almost sure to find your size. $4 While Shoes . . . $2 82.98 While Shoes $1.49 81.98 White Slices . ,|1 'K Sanforized Summer" SUITS Just a Mitiilcrt few, and I he. wise man will buy cue tn.flll out this season. Nbt all sizes. 56.98 Values $2.98 GET IN ON THIS SALE OF MEN'S WHITE SHOES! $1.49 Final Drastic Clearance of MMS-'WASIT PANTS These arc the. pants that were the sensation of the town at 9te aiid $1.10, but wo nn will not carry Mitel Over. Oh Sale at / I C S1.50 Sanforized WASH PANTS Think of the saving. Vbu cannot af- i> i An ford lo pass up, such vAlucs at ....JpliUiJ *"'""""^"^X, SI .98 Snn'fnnidd WASit PANTS These are the best, in the season.^ A-i 4 a popular patterns, All men's siz«iM.4*l ' cup -f* /«" "' while shoes going SHIRT SPECIALS Nowhere will you find such values as are offered In these fine quality, Men's Dress Shirts In both solid and fancy patterns JQ Fast colors of course. On Sale 47C Woven Madras and fine quality solid broad- clcllis as well as whites ami the new faa deep tones. AH slyle collars. $150 \al. 95C Mens track SliirtS'. , . lOc

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