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/PAGETWO BLYTHEVILLE : (AUK.) '. Bits of News Mostly Personal his home In Chalice, Mo., much improved, Mrs. C. E. Welch nnd *iii3h- Icr. Cciinne, of Memphis, me tlio Kiio-sls of Mrs. Welch's ciruigli- icr, Mils. ."Idiuv Florida, ti'td Mrs. C. E.. Edds was lakcti to the Memphis Baptist hospital yesterday. , 'Mr. arid Mrs. J.'Neal Ocselllmvo gone to Current River Bradi, nesr Focahontiis, 1° spend. . a week' campbig. They have been theio most :of the summer. Mrs. Tannix Freeman is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital, t >l Russell Phillips, who was ill In Nashville,. Tenn., for a few clays, lias now recovered and lias Joined Mrs. Phillips and son, Huaell, nt Llnville, N. O., where they will spend about ten dnjs. Leon Crawford, of Canithcrs- vllle,' was admitted to the Memphis; Methodist hospital yesterday. Mrs. Mamie FriUlus fell in Memphis tills morning, iujiulng liei lilp, and Is now al tlie Bap-1 tist hospital. She went down several days ago to Vje ulth a granddaughter, Norma Slsk, who underwent, an operation' Monday at tho Baptist hospital. Tlie extent of the injury had not been determined when her; sisters, Mrs. J. J. Da\is and Mrs John II Long, left for MempliLs, Mrs.:: Floyd. Earnhardt, of Ca- rutlicrsville, is a patient nt the Memphis Methodist hospital. Mr and Mr; E L Elklns, of Joplln, Mo, v.111 anlve Sunday to spend two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. i Marvin Nunn.•.. They formerly lived here. , Charles . Criggcr .111, who underwent n'.major' operation yesterday at Campbell's Clinic, Memphis, is resting very well today His father and giiuidfather returned home lust night and his molhci'; remained with him. lie will be there for two weeks, Tlie operation \\as to straighten his neck, which has been crooked because of an injury at birth Mrs. G S Barnrs and son, James, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Serape have returned fiom Annapolis, ^Md, where they spent most of the summer 1 , John Williams has returned from Memphis where he attended tlie Delco Heating school for four days A. Conway has returned from a fishing^ trip to the gulf const, having gone , down with Godfrey White,x,of osccola, j. c. Cullom. jr. of Wilson, mid* F. ~P. Jacobs of Grider. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. n Jackson and (laughter, Mary Ljnn, reUan- fd Tuesday night fiom Hot Springs, where they spent, their Micatlon Mrs Frank Henley, v,ho accompanied them, returned to Tallulah, La, to be with Mr. Henley Mr and'Mrs W D Chamblin went to St. Louis lodaj whoie they will remain until Sunday Mrs. A L Webb, of Osceola is spending today here with friends Muss Mailhf. Moii'.n of Mam:,-,n- vllle, Tcnn,, M llii! guest, ot '.«> illicit!, \v. C ':.l nil, and fair Iv Shi' iiiriimpiintcil Km. Mason i '.id daughter, Emily, nnd Mrs. Tom- mic Florida t(l Mi.'mjilils yesterday. Mrs, J. L. alascoc entertained Jier bridge cluh and an addition,)! table of guests yesterday niter- noon. Mrs. J. A, I'lgs won iw clnO prize an-1 Mrs J. D. Smith the |;u>.-st prize. • . . Charles Stuck, a prominent young business- innn of Joncsboro will nil (ho pulpit at the ruoUio- dlst cliurch Sunday morninu. 'I'lic public Is cordially invited to hear him ' Dr. nnd Mrs. S. L. Moorehead and dauehlcr, Rhoda, of Slireve- port. La., will arrive tomorrow for a vlatt .of two weeks with Dr. MoorclicncTs parents, the Huv and Mrs. R. c. Moorehead. Dr Mcorclieiid Is a monitor • ot !hc faculty of Centenary collage, Slirevejiort. , Miss Norn. Pitlnmu of Memphis, county health .nurse of Shelby county. Is _ spending her vacation with her family on Carton Lake. Mrs p. j Semmcs, Buddy and Ann Scmmes Barbiers left, today 'or a few davs usit with Mi* a-mmes' son, p j. semmes an:l fa~ii.v, in c l-ntei A grand daughter, Betty Semmes, who has spent the summer here, will turn lomo mlT them " 1M E'M'™ Perrin returned Wednesday night from a Hue: .my'Ths ,visil 11 Tampai FUV w:th hei aunt, Mrs P G Gib- f tn Mi and Mrs W B Alex anon met her in Memphis. J. D Raines, v,ho has been the guest of his brother, Geoigc Raines, wrile consulting a loc.il phy.-.lcian, leturneu yesterday to Luxoni Society — Personal Figured to Win Mrs. Lena GHIcspie 1ms been the guest of Mrs. T. J. Burke cf rjlyllievillc, for several daj« (Ills week. Mr. and Mrs. I). W. liullci motored lo • Memphis Wednesday afternoon lo meet Mr. Uutlei 1 ' brother. James Duller, of Hope who will be their guest for several days. Miss Rosa Lou Coote led foi Clinltnnopgn, Tcnn., Thursday foi n visit, of ten days with Mr» R. L. Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. J.' C. McNhll. ol LaFcrta, Te.xas, and Mr. and Mrs Ed Brown and daughter, of Charleston, Mo., were guests in the licrno of Mr. and Mrs. Gntlilngs I his weokv Mr. .and Mrs. H. C. Uvhgston left on,', -a- motor ,lrip .'Kffliiy morning;.;'arid .will visit relatives In Birmingham arid.: Atlanta en rcute IS Clayton, Ga., where their daughter, Billie, has been in Camp Dixie this summer. Billic has received several . camp honors during her two seasons there. She will accompany her parents home. Mrs; H. - C, Davidson and children; of Dycss, were the guests of Mrs. Davidson's mother arf brother, Mrs. Lena Glllespie and Bob jr., Thursday. Mrs. Uoj yules,' of Chattanooga. Tcnn., was the guest of her aunt. Mrs. William Thwcalt, and family, Thursday. The members of the Baptist .Woman's Missionary society were Invited to the home of Mrs. S. J Smith Tuesday morning for the Roy.il. Service program on "A Summer Cruise Through Mission Fields." Promptly/at 0 o'clock, a '36 W. M. S. Airways Special arrived, "All aboard" was called and each member TOIS Invited to take the imaginary trip plan- ncd by the hostess, over many thousand miles, lo visit mai.y interesting places, to meet mau fascinating people of many nationalities. Attractive hand dec- crulul maps,, made by Mrs. .). I Miflliii, 0:1 bright colored lilts o. paper, rhowing il,e location of the mission ETalii.nt to be vis ilcd on this trip, were given t< each mcr.tcr. Tin next merti-.ig will be tit th? home ,-,f Mrs. C. B. Wood 01 September 1. Miss Luvc-ra Waller is able *W '^,.,~ ,'»'-,. .W- /f.'is '* •< •, ••< ,'!y* ^ — — Over tlie Bridge Table By 'R«en Just as we're thinking hot weather lias killed matrimonial Instincts we get word from coo Denver that Lillian Brlscoc Is to 1)0 married Saturday week, to a man with the most dlgnlflcc name—Kendall Phllllys Dane! A recent !ssuc of the Denver Posi carried a beautiful picture of Lillian, along with a .write-up of plans for the wedding. Mrs.'Bris- coc writes she will probably go to CHlifornlu with fritflds after Hie wetldliiK. before returning home. She saw the O. H. Halls at their lovely cabin In Big Thompson cnnyon, Est«s Paik, anti spent last weekend with the Sidney Brtscoes (formerly of here) at tlielr cabin up Bear Creek cart- yon, Lillian has a grand time In Denver and her marriage is of much Interest In that city where her uncle and aunt have lived for iv number of years. Other Blytheville girls are "making good." Of the 17 Arkansas girls at Camp Lake Lure, Lake Lure, N. C., Mary . Jemi AfTllek is cited as -one of the six who is . excelling lh. horseback riding under the Instruction of 'Peggy McKeel, assistant riding Instructor. Of the five who have woii honors in swimnihid one Is Betty Phillips. In a minstrel, fcatura ding Monday at Jonesboro. Jack McHaney writes from New-York lie Is having a gay time and docs- n't want to come home. ,Thc F. I/. Husbands and J. B, write the same thing. Hal Moore and John McDowell have been 'working, at Myrtle Beach, B. C., and with all Ihc nice money they've saved they arc now touring Florida before returning home. Eleanor • Ferguson (Mrs. Robert) Smart, of Richmond, was" guest of lionor when her mother had some ol her girlhood friends and a few others for a bridge party yesterday Bobble, the young handsome offspring, Ls creating quite a furore among the future debs. If you sec a man In the show with his coat on, that's Dr. Johnson, who easily keeps the reputation of being the best dressed man In town Rodney Banister and Beirt Lync , have ....... ~ ~~ become famous ^ M i " ' The le and Congressman imermnn of. Kennett, r the evening. * • ' • and News Notes land Baptist revival (lay evening following day and night services mothers of Tennessee ch lime a dozen new ere added. Next Suri- v|ll be a business meet- e purpose of selecting liich position has been cpi'prn) mmtlVic dny afternoon of Mrs, Utley's mother, Mrs. Lily Oakley, of Marston, , < , ; . Hill Farm News . — . Robert Cross and family, of Manila, are spending this week with Mr. and Mrs, Ted Fox - Mrs. Homer Moslcy and daughter, Edna, spent the week-end 'With relatives nnd Krlcijif at Blytheville. week i:on. Keiser. Mrs. Turrell illness The Ypiir's Read ^•H 4H FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, will) the family 0( , Omar Scutler, of nnr ( Mrs. M. A, Clay was called lo Turrell lust week by the scrloir- -'' i ntece. celebrate Read courier News Want Ads. Miss 'Elizabeth Simmons Brownsville, Tcnn., who has been the hou.segucst of Mr. and Mrs Russell Little and nr. and Mrs. c. p. Jenkins for two weeks, left Saturday for her home. Mrs. John Northern and daughter, Rlvis, arrived Sunday from Kansas City, Mo,, wliero they .\ „-.-:-• -.-•— -• * allcl Miss of | Golda Richardson arc nUeiuilii'j — ' a singing- school at Carson Luke', Mrs. Ira Richardson spent last relatives at West , ,, through' visited relatives for several weeks The • Bailey * cast from 0 . which told of Rodney -' irs after 14 years. parts , taken by Sara Lou McCulchen and Mary Jeau and one other girl. Laurels also go to Roberta Flonnan, who studied dancing In Hollywood this sum- (Mrs. day from MempliLs where she vis- C., and Ray MalhU and Miss Ruthls the, Cramer. • , , week Helena. Mrs, Alia Sculter spent i as i COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN I TODAY ONLY PAL NIGHT 2 AduKs Admitted for I'rice of All Children—lOc —another rlril and wlio! tomorrow we will lull mcr. Her instructor gave her' a report that she was exceptionally A, talented and obtained for'-her ii ni Jessie Merline Collins Bride of Willard Vaughn HOLLAND, Mo.—Jessie Merline Collins, youngest daughter of Mr mid Mrs. D. c. Collins of West Holland, and Willard- Clctis Vaughn of Hayti were married in Cariitliersville Saturday, August 8, by Justice of the Peace Gob- Icr Elliott. The bride wore a pink sheer crepe with a shoulder cor- sngc and her accessories were In navy, she attended school in Holland. Mr. Vaughn is the son of Mv. and Mrs. James Vaughn He Is employed in Hayti where Die couple will make their homo alter a short visit with Mrs. Vaughn's parents here. * • » Wiutl-Aniold. . 'V'^i^Wj Ethyl Ward and Harvey 1 August 4 Ark., by a ory an t Ark by on a program, to be present- justice of the peace Mist' Ward ° paramount theater ctauyhtcr of l?r and Mrs B' . which reminds. us the Want, wore a white silk suit with '" 1 " 1 When a model is a model's model lor a model, she ought to be the quintessence of perfection. So that's the title that goes to Dorothy Wilson, who presents for inspection the figure that wan adjudged best of all m th.- Model's League contest ^t Rye, N. Y. M4 T,," "' * " "" J "" • t4uul » Mrs. Ptorman .and her ."finds. .uct K oo n Blsthevil Last year In Memphis, while -en- B room, son of Mrs Mary route to California she found a and Stafford Arnold oTd S ", ," ^ r<K ""' cont » inl »8 Tenn., attended school in mal'ron 1' "° f ^T £'" to ' thB "**"* ™ d has bccn Whin n,, ? ', " hC pWIlel '- Fj1St St ' Lou's- since. The cou- While cnroutc home recently from pic arc at honm at present with 11 second trip ,to California she Mr. Arnold's mother here found a purse In the Pullman rest to be up after a ten day's Illness. Tier, 93 Years Old, Bears KENOSIIA, Wis. (UP)—A russet Jiple tree planted in 1836 is still bearing fruit on the farm of John a. Williams near here. Williams is a grand-nephew of the John Williams who" planted tlie '.rcc. day cliu. - *l«nd HOTEL PEABODY GIVES YOU STAR ATTRACTION NO 2 LEON BELASCO And His Woi Id-Famous Orchestra Direct From Sensational Radio Successes The Woodbnry Piogram . . . phil Baker nnd Others. OPENS TODAY Featuring THE ANDREW SISTERS SMITH HOWARD MARINE ROOF HOTEL PEABODY - . -IN MKMI'IIIS B. ECltUTT, Gen. Manager f.OW ROOM HATES: From ?3..]:er day single From $2 per day "double Pawheen News Mr. and' Mrs. Henryl Hodge, liavc as (heir gucat for the week Mrs. Hodge's sister, Mrs. Emma Midkirr, of Brlnkiey, Ark. The! sistera had not seen each other! for over 30 yours. ' Frnrifc Hodge Is visiting his uticlc here. Mrs. Grace 'Craig, of Hebcr Springs, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Alice Hargrove, of Leachvillc. Miss Lcona Craln Is making lier home wlUi Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Ciide. Mrs. Ada Ransom and J. C. Layson drove to Caraway nnd Mrs. Agnes Ransom and small ECU, J. c., accompanied them he me. Ludlne Tomllnscn is the hoiise- guest of Miss Izol Glide. Read Courier News Want Ads. ., B "t, . •.. . back to tile Blythe- yllle girls, making good—Estolle Vollriier'grew Ihe first bale:of.-coW ton ginned this year at. Luxorri on her 160-acre farm near that town - • • - , her sister, Donni Wunderlich, is now reporting to work at 7 a.m. while Estellb and Ann are on a short vacation, to our mind It Is an especially good "make good" when one Rets to \vork nt seven o'clock. . • Other news of tlie week (besides the weather, which It is Impossible to discuss because what we think nbout It isn't printable) ; in-' eludes lots of. things. The • Mi- Ciitchens had Just bought a lot of new furniture, draperies and slip covers for their house' when they bought the Hubbard house, all of a. sudden—and so will move soon. They plan to make the house even more attractive with wlillc paint on the outside. The tall bushes will be, replaced by low shrubs. Later they will make one of the three rooms in the basement into an amusement room and add n second bath. The nice two-room-and-bath servant house, also heated, is to "be used lor Betty's numerous guests. Hazel Harttin and her bridegroom, Cms. Murphy, are honeymooning in ttie Carolirms nnd on the Atlantic coast after having a pretty wed- Bakery Specials ALL DAY - - FRIDAY, SATURDAY &• SUNDAY Pineapple Layer Cake, each 19c Cinnamon Rolls, doz. lOc Nut Bread, loaf 10c Chocolate Creme Rolls, each 8c Walnut Bars. doz. Oc Butterfly Rolls, each 2c Special for Butercff Hour, 5 to 6 p. in. only, Friday, Saturday and Sunday Hoi Donuls, doz, He Pineapple Honey Rolls, doz IQc Karo Pecan Pies, each 3 C Coconut Wafers, doz. 3 C Pavkcrhousc Rolls, doz 8c. Plains Rolls, doz. ~ 5 C Spcdal Alifnlion Given All. Special Orders Blytheville Baking Co. pimvi' itA *^ PHONE 110 Mlss 'iiold. were Forty and '» .utctt K hool In Blsthevile Tlie x...*..iv.ii. , IL uic IViUUlOfllSG I r hospital, Memphis. If Mr. and Mrs. Tom Edwards have •ettirncd from a visit with their son, Carter Edwards, of Walco Okla. • !• , 'j Gordon Sharp is in (he Veterans hospital, Memphis, receiving treatment for stomach disorder. Little Jimmy, small son of Mr. •mil Mrs. Leonard Richard, Is improving from a recent illness. "If. and Mrs. Bud Edwards, Mrs. Mary Arnold and son Everette, have been visiting Pink Ar- lold and other relations in Cam- 'en, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs, Allen Howern of Detroit, Mich.,' are the guests of tlie former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Howern. Mrs. Fred Ellis and daughter, Rosemma of Flint, Mich., arc here for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cohoon. Mr. and Mrs. Finis Holmes sr and sou. Finis jr., were in Marion, lit., over the week-end. They were accompanied by Mrs. Pauline Walker and daughter and son Mary Sue and Billy Dean, wtio have visited here two weeks. Mrs. Virgil Utley and son, Mur- Jon, and Mrs. Bill Sherwood and son, Max, were tho guests Sun- CkEAN ™-,~ HEALTHFUL ENVIRONMENT LIKE ALL. TH5 OTHER STOCK OF CRAIG'S DAIRY Our sanitary precautions are responsible for the HIGH I'DlllTV RKCOHO cf FRESH CRAIG'S A1II.K. . GRADH A RAW MILK Qn:ir( H I'int ( liuderniilk, Qt ( " — •••- »«."««i«ii\i in^ . Mrs. J.. W. Rhodes of Caruth- ersvlllo, president of the district Women's Democratic club intfo- 'luced Attorney Roy Harper'•'•of -LJ . J Dr*. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Store "WE HAKE 'EM SEE" Phone HO PICKARD'S GROCERY THE SAFEST PLACE TO BUY YOUR MEATS AND DAIRY PRODUCTS We receive Swift's Premium Beef twice weekly. Green's Grade A Pasteurized Milk twice daily. \y e have the most modern Prig- iclaire meat equipment. We Deliver. Phone 673 10-1-! Cliickasawba Business Expansion Is Aided —by the proper use of hank credit. A local merchant may decide to go forward with plans to expand, his. business. A'- new line of goods, purchase of larger stocks ' at more advantageous prices, plans for reaching out into a wider trade area, more • aggressive sales ami. advertising effort— such policies as these may bring him gratifying results. He may feel that the general outlook in his Community, or in his, particular line, justifies an expansion of his business with the aid of bank loans. Whatever your business plans may be we shall.be glad to discuss them with'you, and give you the benefit of our information, advice and assistance. Deposits Insured By The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Washington, D. C. $5,000 Maximnm Insurance For Each Depositor Farmers Bank & Trust Co. BIythcvillc, Ark. NO SHEEP WANTED It's been downright hot, hasn't it? Ton hot most of the time even to sleep comfortably. And after a night of rolling and tossing in the heat waves—coimtin<r sheep, etc.—you usually greet the d;,y mo re tired than before "turning in." Although lasting cool weather, unfortunately ' won't arrive until the distant future, you can onjov creator ^^ comfort at home this very evening. Here's how: ^P Drench the roof and sides ot your home "with plenty ^fc of water . . . Next turn the hose on the yard and ^ nearby pavement. Soon the surrounding air will become noticeably cooler—your heat worries will have washed away. Then, on your way to bed, relax in a lukewarm batli (it will soothe your nerves and invii L . soulu ) s | ec]) ). AfUrwards, you'll probably feel like giving (hp sheep Hie night oil' . . . They'll welcome a rest", too." Blytheville Water Go. Courteous, Personal Attention to Every Customer Ph °»cSO 113 S.-Broadway ifrt *(»!! [XAp.r Selr'clcd Short Subjects —-Admission—• alincc— It) & 23 C — Wifli lr Tax Nfglil—10 X- Sflc—WHIi lc Tax ;ir'/-"u and Serial—"Phantom Hitler" with Buck Jones tldm.—Matinee .t Night—10 & 25c Will) lc 'f'-TX .. ' — Continuous Showing— Sunday - Monday most excilin moviel r.-ir.imr.mil Kc« s and Novrtly Sliorls Ailm.— Matinrc fc NUhl— 10 k Wilh lc Tix — Ccinlfnuoiis Siunring — , 550.0(1 HANK NIGHT! .-<:o.lllN(l SOON— "VOlHiS I'OIl TUB ASKING" Mllh Ccdrjrc K.ift and Holme-, rr.stcllc ItorryniniT. "rTOcAniM.v .HM'' nil], Robert | ^Tmitscmcry ami M:idcu Kvaus. "STAGE' STUUCK" with Dick Tcwcll aiid -loan lilomlcl). "TEXAS HANGERS" with c m i 'SING' n'ABV StN'G" I ; aye" 'CHINA with Alice CHINA CLirrEK.'' \iiii, ''i>,u^ -1 O'tirfe'ii aiiil 'Ucvcrly Rolicr'ts. ' ''fs'

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