The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 22, 1936 · Page 2
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Sockl UJaxkr '", 1 'MONDAY'S EVENTS * Circles ! W. J*. U. First gaptlst cjiurcb nievllng: l, Mrs. Roy He»d;_2, church, 3, Mrs Alvln -Huffman; 4, f Mrs A weit; B, .Church ' Y. w. A_ meeting "First Baptist -chuich, 2.30 P, M. • Junior G A. meeting First Baptist 'church, 4PM < • TUESDAY'S EVENTS InlermedlaU) G. A meeting Fnat Baptist chuich, 4 p. M , WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS ' Sunbeams meet Ing First Dap- list chuich, 4 ( p M Selmj .McKinijon Is ' Mauied (o H. V. Hughe Mrs E A McKiiinon announc cs (he mariinge or »iei i nights, Eelma, to Herbeit V. Hughe?, -so of Mr nnd Mrs. A V Hughe of Ecitrcy, Ark The wedding via sclemnlzctt Sunday, July 5. nt Hi hcme of Mrs. Carey Woodbur Fluency, with the Rev. V. J3 Qhalfant, pastor of the Lak Street Methodist church, perform Jng the rnii ritual , The bilde yore a mid-summc 1 frocl. of navy difrton trumne in nhite nnd accessories in navj. Her corsage was valley lilies ,- Mrs Hughes, vUio has livci here several jcars, wai former) connected with the Acton Print iris company and Is now «ltl the county agents o/Itce The bridegroom attended srhop at Ecaicy and icceived his late: education at (he Ccllege of tlv Ozarks, Claiksviltc, Ark lie i now .connected with Dn libs' anc Co, Procior. Aik, as bookkcciici Mrs Hughes plans to join Mr Hughes within a short time 91 Prcctor, nlicrc tlicy will make their home. When Girls Are Peddling Lavender Democrats Attend Opting at liajli. Members of the local Democratic Women's club and their hustands ivere InMtcd to Hayti Inst luaht for a picnic and political meeting given by the Pem' iscot county Demociatlc Women's club Mr and Mrs James B Clark, Mrs. S S. Sternbeig Mis J. 'W Barter. Mrs Charles Alfo.d •and Miss Cora Lee Coleirmn attended 'Senator J. c McDowell, of Charleston; was the principal speaker and R L Morris and his 1 1, Caruthers\llle bam! furnished ithe music. Mrs J. iff Rhodes, of . Hajti, K president of the hcstess gioup nnd Mrs H p ThWatt, cf Ctinithersvjllc, was piogram chairman Mrs. Olark, who for- fnirly lived nt Oarulhereville, \uis introduced as chairman of the Elytheville club nml she presented others from licre who attended ' * * * .Mdhcdisl Women Will Not Meet Monrtij. The Woman's jvilsslonarj society of Hie First Methodist cliurcl Ilclch Wdslilmcr \\/!IEN Bills are |)ed<lliug lavender, ' » AndBiglishmufTinmcn Ami organ grinders inavch Ilio slrccls, III fall in love ajraiii, , f, my m'clly maid? 'Jo Piccadilly Square?" He II nsk. How could )ie ever know Thai l.liavc trailed liimtliere? «T'J"S nice to sec you looking well," ..*• Tlio lad \vj|l say to me, " ' . , Then we'll have scones and marmalade, And lots of ciip.s pf tea, il I A PS vlien girls with lavender AndlCnglislinin'ffinrricn' John Fcathei-ston and Mrs. M. O. Goodwin. Flowers fiom her enulcn dec- rutcd lli.c Ih'ing room and sun porch wheic the Inblps HCIC ar- •angcd An Iced drink was solved during the games and lalcr an cc courae refreshed the plajers OsceoJa Society—Pei sonal Dressing to Call on Davy Jones not meet Monday, as is the • .custom. * • * Miw Mildred Martin Wcrts J. F. Johnson jr -Mr and Mrs H A Martin, o Starkulle, Miss, announce the marriage of (heir daughter, Mildred, to J. p Johnson jr of this city The Rev V E chal- fant pastor of the Ijikc street Methodist church, pci formed th< ceremony ct hts home Juls 11. The Liidc wore i white cie,)= spcrt Irotk \vlth white acwssonc- The I'Me, wjio ithnUed «chCMl al staikullc, came here T jear ago te make her home with'i.ci brother, W O. Martin, arc' Mis Martin ^{r Jchi'son, who Is the son of Mr and Mrs J r Jrhnson, °i tended Hie rity high school He is nctf connected v,itli Cr«flo,i coirpany here { ^ * • E?.st:rn Star Member* to <Jmll Members of the Eastern Stur chapter »ill ha\e all day mM higs Mondaj and Tuesday, u thu hcme of Mis Dora Edwar.L to quilt The quilt is to U sent tn the , orphanage at BatesvlUe Thursday i * * • 'Mrs J) S. Moll Is Complimented -' Mrs. R S Molt, who had her BCIh birthday jesterday, was com- •Phmented with a surprise partj given by membeis of the Maple G ro v 'P Cemcteiy Association, of Wlch ?he is a charter member. „>_ (Twelve members went to her .home ui the afternoon and later ned' a. picnic supper i\ith each «ns Ukinj a dish Guests were M™ » .M Nedroy or Memphis, Mrs Mott's daughter, and Mrs Z A McCuLton As a gift, Mrs Crow, president ot the group, presented Mrs Molt a counterpane as a gift from the .association with which she has been Identified for many years e touching talk. a e p *'"• , Mo ». who was bom at Point Pleasant, Mo, has lived In . what is now Bljthevllle for 75 Club, Gacsls M. Fitzsimmons entertain- «,h." J ad !f s ^"^ay afternoon club and C th ad " >Q Thursday ^°° k .. B. M Matthews, M^rs t. Wilson, Mrs. J. Mcll Brcpks .fr-iV^' Lan ? 5 ' 0 n, Mrs.'A. Q. •", Mrs Ramsey Duncan, Mis Miss Jane riaimlgtm of Louls- llle, Ky, arrlied last night for a. Ml with her grandmother and i unl, Mrs W B Flnnnigan lu ,d " Iis. John W Islington Ben lannigan. who has spent the ununer with his mothci In oulsvllle returned with his sister Mrs Val Campbell anil son ntiiea W.illnce, of RfcOle.uisboro I will arrive tomorrow lor a cw days visit vvilh Mrs Jlannl- tn nnd Mrs Ediington Miss Vivian Falrlej icturncd Thursday night, f rom ( m [[a .. s '"-""TO at the TCMIS Centennial' na leturiimg bj «ov of Paris Ark * for a visit with her father who is I J f L mS CC1 °" tllC co »5t™ctloil ' or Ml. Magazine National Park Mrs Franklin Robinson nnd an dmightci- of Clarksdale, "., Is the guest of hcr 5ist , Mrs. Prnnk Williams ! i ch IIerbert Shlppen and two ldren of Little Rock came .-^j — "««<; HOCK cam Friday or a visit with her bro"!•""', K ' JcUic ' Blld °- »•• . i Driver. ' h end cousin, Charlotte. Mr ' M™ M « Willil> :" 5 un " nrt " <" Kcnnctt, ' s vlsitors Mrs. ante , w A n" "' Wnsl "»8lon. , ' n,,rt A n and Arthur Rogers of R --- (?*"••, arc the Miss Louise Hale. Mrs. James Driver enl with a bridge luncheon "Untrj home Montinv , locker Uiat Alaric Washington niece of Kear-Ailinir.il Richard E. Byrd, lias hold of—a divinp helmet she's putting on for a stroll on the ocean floor at Bermuda to. gaze atsthe submarine beauties. t relatives here. A bowl of giant | red asters formed the centerpiece on the dining table. Those present were Mines. C. B. Driver, Clothes Washed in Water with Zero-hardness are CLEANER . . . WHITER Pure artesian water taken from our own well properly filtered and softened to zero- hardness is the ONLY w ,i cr we U!c 5n anndeniig yonr clothes. . . to this soft water , s added n p ,, re R0a p, so gentle in is cleansing properties thai you ,, an 1BC it for bathing the most leiulev skin. Try this better (auiulering ;, • • • you'll find it eond dallies insurance." Plione 327 BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY * -of News ; Mostly Personal Miss Mac Hnlicy has 'gone to llernando, Miss;, where she- k t open a beauty shop. ..'.' : . Miss Lnverno Fiim'i '• of Ollv Branch. Miss., is the :o ues t , Miss Jcxsalyn Blomcycf. , She formerly lived here. Mr. and Mrs. L, E, Gay and ECUS, Donald and Joa.'EsUjj, 1° -Jed .home from a' vKli ii Washington,. p. C,, «,tt 'other eastern jibints. . Mr. unit Mrs.. John Murray'••'and their niece, Miss Dcola' prowiilne U home last ul s ht from a visit with relatives •! in ' pu n t Mich. They were accompanied hcme by Mrs. Minnie Brown who will visit relatives here.'Mr. ant! Mrs. Hay W.orthlngton have as their guests': today Miami Mrs. John Goodwin and -son Hoy, and daughter, Miss : Edna ol Tulsa, okla, and Mr.' and Mrs W. H. Ensley and daughter, 'Betty Jane, of Clarklon, Mo who formerly lived, licre. ', 'I'ommle Deannc . HAlcher . arrive home tonight, from a vacation spent tn Glen Allen/ Miss as guest of Mr. and'-Mrs', ii IIii0, who formerly lived at Leacli- vllle. Max n. Held and V. G. Holland atlciutcd bankruptcy " court ha In Jonesrjcrp yesterday: ,'•.* Miss Thelina Worthirigio'n returned from Memphis where she attended a business school foi three months. - , Marcus Evrard attended >,„„„ eery court at Batesvllle, Ark., Frl day. ' • .: Mr. and Mrs, Harold Hayncs and son, Harold' Jr., • of' Van Bu urn, Ark., will arrive Honight lo cpciut their vacation with Mr and Mrs. Russell Fi\rr nnrt Mr nnd Mrs. T. If. Hnyncs. Russell Haynes Farr Is'in Memphis for a week as the guest of Mr. find Mrs. W. A. Via. Mrs. Via motored over for him Thursday. Mrs. Berry -B. Brcoks jr.;. aii;l daughter, Virginia, of Memphis, arc guests of Mrs. Brooks'-ihotn- =r, Mrs. Allan Wr.ltoii." .They are cnroute home from several months stay hi .California ami other western stai.-is. Mr. Brook's,' who', accompanied them here,' Thursday i:iphl. will spend ' tomorrow 'wltii tliEin. . ;'" Mr, and Mrs. Jnmcs-'-fenced "and two daiighljrs, of SparF Hill. 111.,' airived last night 16 spend the weekend with Mr. nnd J 'Mrs. HP.-man Peck. Mi's, reck is 'die daughter pi Mr. and Mrs. S:i?ec>; Mrs. Pat O'Bi;yarit 1[ -'nnd Mjss ,ell Harris returned •t'lj'Js morning from a visit in St. Loiu's. . Mr. and Mrs. M. Fitislmmons spent yesterday and last niglit in FIRST MI'.THODIST CHURCH Seventh and Main IV. V. H'omack, Pastor Church school, 9:45 a.m. M'tunlng wcrshiy, 10:55 a.m. Pastor's subject, "Ciettlng a Job." Anlhcm l;y tlic choir, "Send rorth 'lliy Light,' The young jicoplc's Leagues, 7:15 p.m. EveniiiB woishlp, 8 pin "Whining Others to Christ" will be the Ecrmon subject, F1HST BAPTIST. CHURCH Walnut and Eighth Alfred Carpenter, Paslw 9:SO a.m., Sunday school. 10:35 a.m., Worship ten Ice Paster's termon topic, 'Do We Ne«U ii Mwatorium :on Preaching, ' Special muf.lc,' duet. Mrs Gtare Lee. Mrs. Paul l,- liplon 'J •Jhls rnorning service Is the beginning of the Vvmigelsltc c u' nic lo Ije held al tin's church during ihls week. S"rvices at 1 15 a j jind 1:30 p.m. C:30 p.m. Baptist Training Un ions. 7:30 p.m., W.ors.hip servjce. fas- ' " tor's sermon .. . topic, "SolvJn? ihc for the Saved and Mr. Horfcrt Bin Problem Unsaved.' Special music, Browning, tenor. Wednesday evening: .7 „„.„>.*_ tcnclicrs. mcelJ.rig; 7:30 o'clock— evangelistic clinic. ' 1'ILGJKIM JLUTJSPR^N .OHJURCH U. J. tU«in(ti«pst, Pistor Eunday school, 9 a.ni.'.. Morning .worship, j.t) : g.m. • Sermon topic: "The publican's 'Justification." Evening services will begin -Scp- lejnljcr 6th. You are Invited 'lo .our services. 'He that, is cf God hcarcth God's words,' Jn. 8, 47a. SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, i93(j gjganor-Home, Sn'U Enraged al Brundagc V,W>' '•"Ill, A GROWING INDUSTRY WIT A GLOWING FUTURE DIESEL PRODUCTION GAINS IOOO% IH THREE YEAflS 5kyiocl«IIn g o) Olciel lo one of Amtrica'i l«odfr;9 ind«|lr!«> openod pfofHabfe oppor- t»cu<»« poiilioni. created by ol Ihoutandt of l honepow«r cack r.ionln. SEE DIESELS IN OPERATION He»pfc;1l Sc.St.ol, Bitter against A very Brundage, Ainerican Olympics executive who ordered her suspended frciii the American team in Berlin, Eleanor Ho)m. Ja.rrcU, swimmuij; champlcii, is shown here on her arrival In New york from Europe. With her js her husband, Art Jarrett, night, club .orcheitra leader. "All never will to forgiven, ft wns too heartbreaking,' declared •Eleanor. She said she would seek reinstatement as an amateur—and mix champagne with her waler activities. ton », hv by " I/AKK STREET METHODIST CHURCH Vrriion E. Chalfanl, Paslor Church School, 9:-I5 a. in, Worship and Preaching service, 10:30 a. in. Sermon subject: "The Five Links of Christian Fellowship." Young People's League 7:00 p.m. Church service, 1:45 p. m. A irief dedication of the new song books.- followed by pastor's ser- uon. Home group meetings will , he leld in different sections of Hie ity during the afternoons of the veek In preparation for our revival crvices. Mid-Wook prayer fellowship,' Veilncsday, 7:45. p. m. . IL The pastor will be away during I , . he week,'acting as Dean of the iM1 " Jor Gr atJ'. of the Columbia coiiltl-Joiipshm-ri-Rpinnn rt i p _ J AJUiiflry Academy, Columbia ct. -a he Two iy [%y£ ." i Mablc George with an informal r. an U '° P rJ '!W'-'-it.. dance in the home of their par{,' "'S 1 '', * cco:n Pwa!.^ts. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip George Jlenry Ryltc and Kci'.j Thursday night. CH^unl'.rV^^ M '"'- G " e;SlS f™-"' Caruthcrsville and rv? -.n ! - °, n !il ' Slcclc ' Mo " Jol " cr ant1 Blylhcville ' 11C " ' U Ul ' r ' L ' nj05 ' c<1 at J:J . The .•uiiiors mu.-.. the ipjdi'r- Kliip.of ;..rs. O,',;»lia McGrejor will ha^'c cba-ge oi the ]>ro~nm from 'i:l5 to 3 jxni. The cvaneelistic service will follow. We invite the public to all of our services. Liixora Society — Personal Joncsboro us guests Mrs. Joe Triylor. of Mr. and Ford Dealers Remodeling Building at Osceola LUXORA. Art ; - B. Wood .... dealers of Liixora ...v ii^oii, <lyblll£ n^ l^tilll UI • U1C "aragoiild-Jonesbord-Heleiia d I s - '. i lets Christian Advijiiture Assem- >ly, Slate ^.'College; "Jpnesboro. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Carroll Cloyd,, Pastor Morning worship, 10:50. Sermon "God's Measure .of the Church." Due to the extremely hot weiilh- . rtt , • i • LI At midnight, a cold meat plate with salads, sandwiches and iced thinks was served. * • * The Rev. Jas. T. Randle has been In Turrell, Ark,, this week assisting the Rev. William Cooley In holding a meeting. . , .„,,„ clt and c.cturei ol new de lopmenu i, lh( „. , uitry. VISIT THG SCHOOLS 'i cd 4) Now y^ : Cn,ca 9 o. M qele>. Soatllc mpni,. Ul A ;,... Vancouv,;,. B. C.' ...... .. HIMPHILL DIESEL SCHOOLS •137 I!A itlonroii i<v'c. ; ' Memphis, Trnii.' Ploa.c lend me fi*e opy c f "Dicitl " Clly WARNINCi OKHEK fN THE CHANCERY COURT O THE CHICKASAWBA DI! TRICT, MISSISSIPPI CGUl TY, ARKANSAS. Handle GeorgcIT, rinintlff vs. No. G25C Pete Georgnfr, Defendant. The defendant Pete GcargefT warned to" appear within liiir dnys in the court named in (h cajiUon hereof and answer U -.._ guest of Clarence Crawford j,-., and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Smlthe l - , —•• ••"-"=! u Tlnirsday. young Cmwfor,! is a! r?™' j nL of tl10 P 1 " 1 "*'"^ Maud Dated 1930. H. M. CRAIG, Clerk By A.- P Smith, D. C. - • JV '"J • i uuuy l^niwioixi is '\ student of this academy. Major oracy was necompanierl by Mrs PeS """ ' hdr <"">&&_- **•.,. lu i.n; C.M-ImuL-jy nut weain- -. er we arc dismissing the evening Mrs ' Flossie Barnes, of Lcpanto preaching service and 'the Mid!™ ^ Vls "or_in the home of Dr week service until the middle of next month. Every one urged to cooperate by coming to the morning worship regularlj-. Bible school, 9:45, I. brook, Supl. O West- Young People's meeting at 7-00 hi the evening. Aug. 22.--The ! sl SPlCmlM pr ° 8ram ' opfn discus- Motor Co., For A ' ' • ., and Osceola <8cs in the building they rc- Drivn . purchBscd fr°"> Buster Qrivcr, Jn Osceola.- , Tlic plans were drawn by n S .rnncj-,,, T ... . - J v * °- 'u coll Ot ' r the redecoratlon of reecoratlo lie l front of the bi.llding t it ' will be When completed, sis' on rf js Rock, wmie MrTwiiwn "iircon Pany with Herbert Shlppen ™ Ocojso Adanu nrc nttenmng " N CHURCH OF" THK NAZAHENE Vine and 2n,J streets Harmon Holl, J'astor The church is enjoying one ol Ihc greatest meetings of its c\»,t- cncc will, the Rev. C. J. Hamilton ,of Parma, Mo., and the Rev. Ch'urebiJI. Sunday school. D:tt a.m. E.' L, Evans, Siipcrintcnilenf. Sermon 1! a.m. by Rev. Han.il- ORDERS TAKEN FOB "BER.NAT" YARN 1NSTRU8TIONS FREE Mrs. Leslie Hooper M>s. A. c. Haley 11M Chlcknsawba Phone 782 Gin with Steinberg GINNING AT HALF-PRICE Per Hundred For Ginning Fair Prices for Cotton & Seed a " ri re^L E '- B ' BoBan "™ ur «l4'.' returned home from a vis^in Avon Park, Florida, with Mr n, Mrs. Edward Crabtree lauis George and IILS bride :ed by h is - 5is . City, and Misses - Eva ' and 22 dny of Auyus , . Neilt Reed, Attorney Robt. A. West, Ally Ad-K 22-20-5-1 Drs. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Isaacs' store "WE MARK 'KM SEE" Phono 610 Better Sample^ Better Turnout Honest Weights Us With Your Next Bale Sternberg Cotton Co. EVANGELISTIC CLINIC SOMETHING NEW IN RELIGION CCJJE AM) K r,r. FOR YOURSEM- ALL QUESTIONS ANSIvaia> IK WSCUSSION I .SUNDAY .MORNING SUBJECT: "Do We Need a 'Moratorium OH Preaching?" SUKUAY KVENINii SUBJECT: "What Docs God Do With the Saved Person's Sins? " FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH : IIEV. AU-UEI) CAUPENTEli, 1'M.r' (JIUJLl COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN] Saturd? j 6nh ^ ~ •/ • ~ *> NOT SINCE ION CHAWEY..;... suc/i amazing romance C'nrlccn and Serial—"Plinnlom Uider" viifh Kucli Jones Artm.—Malincc & Night—10 & 25c With lc Tax ;. —Continuous Showing— . Sunday Monday Panur.cijnt News and Novell}- Shorts Aflm.—M.ilince S-. Nicht—10 £ Me With lc Tax —Continuous Shoivnij;— TORSIM yr^\ uci i rsT ^25— SSO.Ofl HANK NIGHtf — COMING SOON--- ' "VOU11S IOK TJiK ASKJSG" v\itli George Kafl. and Dolores Ccsicllo Jiarrjinorr. - •TICCAIMLLV JIM" will, liobcrl Mcnlsoiilpi'v and Madcc Kvans. "STACK STRUCK" willi. Dirk 1'cv.cll and Joan Uloiulrll. •TEXAS KAMJKKS" willi freil "SING B'ABr. SINC.'" with Alice t'ayo and Adolplu; i\trnioip "CHINA CLIPPER" «(((, 'p a ( y O'Brien anrl Beverly Kobetls. -

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