The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 24, 1936 · Page 2
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, PACE TWO BLYtHiiViLl!fe (ARK.) COURiEIt 'NEWS Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Intermediate C: A, meeting First Baptist church, 4 P. M WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Sunbeams meeting First. Baptist cliurcli, '1 P.'M. . Bible . Stiidy,••Church of Clirlsl, niceUhg with Mrs. E. M. HulTmnn, 3 30 PM. ' ' Smart Fashions For Co-Eds Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and 'Mrs. Sol Stornbcrg nntl' Mrs, John McKonzle. of Parapould, wore here for a short time .Saturday night en route to Memphis for Ihc week-end. C. U. v Hall has returned frcm Files Park, Colo., where he spent hts'vacation. Mrs. Hall nnrl son. Sheldon, are still there. Ernest Ilalsell was in Mcmphb on business nidas. Mrs. Wallcn Ecoli Teogimlon liiis returned to her home. In Wilson alter spending h week with her nicllier, Mrs, 13. A. Me- Kinnon. Herbert. V. Hughes, of Prostor Ark, spent, U>c wcek-eiul will' Mrs Hughes and her mothci, Mit E A McKinnon Mis Hughes was fcimjoy jvliss Sclma Mc- •Kiunon. Mrs A ]j Berry, of Mat v's n i>allen> at (he Memphis B i| - Jesse , Walker, of Jclner, been' admitted to liiu Memphis aapust hospital Mis. Pearl Mann «.a-; take: io the., Memphis Baptist hosplUl Sunday Mr. and Mrs. niiford Marttr nnd son vcn' Ii Hot SpiHjs jt-terday vhcr: l'<sy will visit °'!:efoYp ncfnt: Io the Texas Oca- It nnial rii DfOlnii C. E fjnggci and son, Chnilcs spent \esterday In Memphis will Mis. diaries Criggci nnd son Charles III..'Charles Is feeling vcrj good following an operation pei- loiined '.Thursday. r. L. Engto, \\liQ was, taken the Memphis Baptist hosplta Thursday night: In a Cobb; nnilni lonce, is belter lodny Mrs Ent;- ler and her mother, Mrs. \V. P Brcmn of near Houston, Tex arej with him. Mrs Bernaul Gooch, Mrs C E Crigger and Jack Finlcy Robinson are In Memphis today vilth Charles digger III. who is al Campbell's Clinic following nn operation Mr. and Mrs.- Waller Hosenthal went to SI 1-onh yeslerdav to buy goods for their store. Mr and Mrs Fiank McGregor nnd children, Alice and Edwin, went to Hot Springs today for several class ,stiiy upon their return they will be accompanied home by Mr McGregor's parents, Mr. and Mrs G M. McGiegor, who have been there for five weeks taking the baths Mrs. Hugh Harbert nnd son, Huqh jr, Howard Mooie and Charles Wood have returned from fl motor trip to Fort Worth and Dallas, Tex. Mrs. Estelle' Cooke Vollmer and daughter, Ann have returned from several dajs stay \\ith friends in Memphis. Mr and Mrs. William M Uob- Inson, of Cape Glrardeait spent. the weekend Kith Mrs.' Robinson's mother, Mrs A M Butt, and family. Mis John Miles Miller had as her guest for the weekend, her sister, Miss Carolyn Durmvnnt of Memphis Miss Elizabeth Crews, of Memphis, has arrived to spend two •weeks location with her sister, Mrs. Baker Wilson, and family Mr and Mrs,. Harry Kirbj have returned from n vacation spent in Dallas and other points of Tc\ns Mr. and Mrs Ross D Hughes had as their guests for the weekend, Mr and Mrs I rank Garner ana son, of st Louts, who were cnroute' to Marvel!, Ark. Mrs Eunice Young, Miss Mabc Hogan and Miss Jessie Srite spen sesterdav In Memphis Miss Julia Rogers, o( Memphis ( ls the guest of her uncle, Ross D. Hughes, and Tamils, for «eek I Mr. and Mrs O D Gnmes have Refugee front War s { <"Hofrors in Spain spend the winter reason here while he is employed by the R 13. Hughes Qln company. i ,U. fi, Biantoii Ji, •nent to RiycllcvHW, Ark.,, tojay *Nre ho Is to nlloncl (lie state uni-| vcrslty, working on his master's! degree In chemistry.. He was RC- ccinpiiiilod to Cb'tiwSj by Johnny] Cc|:pock, of Peru, Ind v,ho Iia-, been his 'guest, and who attends licndrix college. Morris icinR Thompson returned yesterday from a visit hi Memphis with his giandparcnte, Mr. and Mrs, J. I, Thompson Funeral Service* Held For Mrs N. C. Crawford Funeral services were held at Hie North Sawba cemetery jcs- terday for Mrs, l/ralhii CrKwfohi. wife of N. C. Crawford, who tiled late Snluritny night at the St. Uciiiiirtl hospital, Jonesboro. 'The fainily resided at Poplar Corner. The liev. will Campbell, Cliureli of Christ minister of Lcachville, rfllclatcd with Hie Moss Funeral Service In chnrge of arrange infills. Mrs. Crawford, who had been II for two weeks, Is also survived by several children. For college sbcial nclivltlcs Ihc Muck crepe model on the left will be grand. It has soil sleeves Hint are full «t Ihc shoiirdcrs, hovl7.tm(ai tucking on the: bodice and n pert little white silk vcslce. The othci dressy outfit (right) Includes a Mini skirt of black silk snlin and a fliucd white satin tunic with toiicncs of black circ. Pretty Socialite Back in U. S. Shivering with Chills Burning with Fever Sure Relief for Malaria! Don't try homemade treatments u hcnfangled remcditsi Take that good o GrcAc's Ta.-lel M Chdl Tonic. Soon j ( ? fe? ur5cl( a E a 'ni for Grove's Tas Jc^s' Chill Tonic not only relieves th B>mp!oms oi Malana, but dtlrovs Ib infection itself. The tasteless quinire in Grove's Taj less Chill Tonic Kills tlic Malarial infc ,tjon m the blood, while Ihc iron il con tarns builds up the Hood to overcome tb effects of Ihc disease and fortify again further attack. The twofold effect is al tolulcly nectary jo the overcoming < Malaria. Etadcs bring a dependatae rcn edy for Malaria, Grove's Tasteless Ch • Tonic )3 also an ciccllcnt Ionic of gcner jsc. I'leas.int to la'te and ab-olulc Jiarmlcss, Safe to five children. G:L bottle today at any dnJ B store, N'owt rfzes—SOc iad ?1. -Tht ?t ;iu conlai 12^4 Uma »s mucli as the SOc'size'an ,gl\-c3_)'oa 25%, more for your none Skipper at falls the Jetler known as the yacht Amber-' lsl accoinmortations all through ick of President Roosevelt's' 19331 Hie West were excellent, with most cruise—with the greatest of ease., camps furnishing electricity, run- Believed, the youngest skipper' nl "B water and other conveni- ]\Iiss Honey Johnson, Bronx- villc, N. Y., socialite, Is pictured in. New York on her recent .return from a vacation in Europe. Miss Johnson, considered one,. o( New York's prettiest ••debutantes, stepped from the ship wearing Europe's latest fashion creations, including a veil! mother of Mr. Ilolocr, w'no had been visiting her son, Raymond and family. Million Gray, of Memphis, was here for the week-end as ;V " the Sliest of Mr. and Kirs. C. M. Gray, his (larenls. Mrs. Ilcrmim Bcshcars nnd .clilltlren, uf Oklahoma City, Okla., returned hcmc Saturday after having spent Ihe summer with relatives. •-.Mrs. Sam Reeves n net > two soils, of Lake Village, Ark., returned home today after having been guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wocdson.', They had been In Memphis .visiting M'rs. Reeves' slsler, Mrs. Ernest Roc, arid family, who brought them here several days ago. Mr. and Mrs Wcodsan accompanied them to Jonesboro yesterday tor the day Mrs. j. Nick Thomiis, Mrs. Carrol Blnkcmare atitl Airs, Free Eandefur spent Saturday il Memphis. Mr. nntl Mrs. J. L. Thompsol and son, Jiminie, arid daughter Miss Mary Alice, of • Memphis spent yesterday here. They wer gttcsls of Mr. nhcl Mrs. Hugl Nelson Thompso:;. 'except Mis 'Ihomps'on, who visited Miss Ireni Crowdcr. Russell 'I'rcarivvay, of Ccckrum Miss., will arrive this week t Club in London Organized ByJJoy Worker* LONDON. (UP)—More than 100 boy pioneers, wlid have .brayed perils and privations In' wild, dlsr taut laiirts, have formed A club here to perpetuate memories and develop life-long friendships. They lire 1 members of the Public Schools Exploring Society, which, In the last three years, lias sent expeditions Inlo LuplaiirJ,- Fin- lit m|, and uiisurv'eyed regions ot Newfoundland. In Ihclr club, in Overseas House, London, will be found scientists and explorers of Ihc future. The Inspiration lias come from' Surgeon-Commander G. Murray Levicfy who accompanied thti late iiptalii Scott's Antarctic expedl- oii ami founded the exploring cciety. This slimmer" the coin- inndcr lead's 120 boy's, including x boys from working-class oiiies, oil the society's fourth rid- 1 critiii-c to the Arctic areas of npland. "At least another hundred iembcrs will be added lo the club Rescued by plane from bomb menaced Granada, Carols Goya, fimoui dancer, returned safely to Amcrici stil! shocked by the giirn Spimsli revolution scones she had witnessed.' Pictured on iier arrival at;New-York,..she tbW how a mother, wouiSaed by a bomb, and her prematurely born twins died in her arras. when \\e return, he salil ' Man> travel miles to meet each oihcr. The club will be an Ideal place to perjictuate liie'fie bonds." MONDAY, AUGUST 2<1, 193(3 Id Girl Is Yacht Skipper !EAD, Mass. (UP) — .six, MLss Holly Rust Brulal Beast Amby— inltc. Equipment for Foster and two sons consisted of a trunk carrying clothing ami various \dcn- sl!s, and a tent, strapped on the side. Foster reported (JOCK! roads nearly everywhere. He said that tour- grcc Is now considered as the most effective one in Australia. At Milinelinbl, in northern Aiis- Iralia, the Rev. H. Shephcrdssn, heart of Hie mls.sion, 1ms tlie degree of bachelor In engineering. Ills assistant, G. Sweeney, is a ]i- ever Id sail (he seas, the youngster bad her fiilhcr, Paul D! Rust, •Ji as only passenger when she sailed here. dices at a small cost. i'hc route traveled, hi addition to'swings through the 15 states, Amby In a recent regatta' also took them into Old Mexico! , , | Yellowstone, the Redwood Higli- Shc didn't win that first race,'way, the Grand Tetons and San bill her thud division Brutal Beast. Francisco. Amby, finished—and only a few minutes astern of the leader. Family Motors 7,330 Miles in 27-Day Journey WJ1EATON, 111. (UP)—The fam- Ravages of the drouth, he said, that In one section fields would lie barren, while 30 miles crops would be (liming. The Fosters experienced temperatures over a wide range,' the children throwing snowballs In the mountains one hour away from ilj of David Foster here claims' Cody ' w >'°- wllcrc 'he' tlicnnom- Ihc long-distance automobile speed ctcr registered 115 degrees, championship for family driving,! . ,. : ~~ having -complclert <a 27-day tmir MlSSlOH Rallks Engineers «hlch took (hem a distance of V,:i30 miles and into 15 states. Expenses, as figured by Foster, totaled $225. During Ihe journey 375 gallons censed civil engineer. The Rev. Slicphcrdscn has constructed among other tilings a bonl, a plane, n radio receiving ami sending station and many oilier engineering devices that have had nn astounding cSect on the aborigine population. His plane is named the "Flying Doctor," and is used in carrying medical supplies and necessities to both the aborigines and 'needy settlers along the coast. He is at work on the construe 1 lion of a passenger-currying plane. As Most Useful SYDNEY (UP)— Where formerly n degree of doctor of medicine of gasoline were used, which is was one of the best attributes of average of 19 ^J-2 gallons ii a missionary, an engineering de- Tiic tree frog has (lie power of changing color " to, resemble morn closely ttie siifface tipori wlilcli ii desires io be inconspicuous. 11 can change Irani-, a dark hue to a light one in about 20 mlmitcs. ' \ , FARM MANAGEMENT includes the home / aken the house ,at 510 W. Main t., formerly occupied by Mrs. . P. Sanders and family. Miss Era Wright spent yes- rrclay ,;vith her brother, Ir.i I'right. and family, In Osccola. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ciarcuce Holder pent "yesterday In Memphis, go- rig down for -Mrs. .H. C. Holder, CAKI) OF THANKS We arc very eralclul lo everyone who has been so kbid lo n during the years onr loved oh was 111 nnd at the time of hi death. Mrs. E. 1, .Moss Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Lclghfdn WASH and Grease Job I siar.ibrcl Ilsso Service Sta. Main & Division Raymond Eclimuck, Lcasce Announcement The Moss Funeral Service will continue to operate as a high type funeral establishment and the same policies of the late L. G. Moss •will be carried out by the new management. v The burial association, operated in connection with the business, will also.continue. Mrs. E> L. Moss, Owner Earl Howard, Manager PICKABD'S GROCERY THE SAFEST PLACE TO IHJY YQUR MEATS AND DAIRY PRODUCTS Wo receive Swift's Premium ..Beef twice weekly. Green's Grade A Pasteurized M i 1 It twice daily. We ii ;i v o flic most modern Frig- iilairc meat -equipment. 1 We Deliver. Phone C73 10*W Cliickasawba E. B. GEE SALES CO., INC. 5lh i- Stain niytheviUc, Arlc. IKE MUM tOSHJM i M»H«»CT1HEU iiillionsof \s-tll-/nan.igfcd farms, horse power lias been supplanted with motor power. A million funus own Maying washers, yet too many washings arc still lieiag Hone by back and clbou- power. It ts nn encouraging sign that Maytag farm washers are aclling in cver-imrc.tsmg numbers. It means better managed faun homes — ,111 investment in health and happiness for the firm wife that pays dividends for years and years. THE GASOLINE MUITI-MOTOB 3 famous Maytag engine supplies smooth, c [>owcr io wasli and wring clothes. A woman can operate i^and Ion g,tiresomc w ashilays clia use io an easy hour or tvvo. Find cur ksw fJIJ il it to otr;i rfte KOrlJ's Jjntii Kathtr on the feus-lime payment flan, litclrtt tfaititrt available. \AYFAG M-iO-14-JS DEO IRS i KEWTON, I0*» ORDERS TAKEN FOR "BEHNAT" YARN INSTliudTIONS FREE Mrs. Leslie Hooper MJ?. A. C. Haley 1138 Chlcknsawba Phone 192 lOOLKST. SPOT IN.TOWNM Last Time Today BOB TAYLORlAKES LOVt! ^o Barbara Stanwyck and you'll ia yl' tS th^ ^pncnn'c'' -*l>Ti ^t the season's How to Pick PLUMS We mean the good things of life—that new dress you've been wanting, the shoes your husband needs/ new draperies for your living-voom, a gtidev fov the garden, a new car. There is one almost infallible way'-to•• do your "comparison shopping." Read the advertisements. They give you facts about quality and price before you buy. When you make your final choice you know you've covered the market thoroughly and are getting the best and the most for your money. Advertisers in this paper promote their prod- ucts'sincerely and truthfully. Follow them and learn how to pick "plums," . IS W BANK NIGHT! I KILLED A RAT! He killed lo protect the woman he loved...and laced dealh on ihe gallows... because he wouldn't lell why! Selected .Short Subjects —Admission— Jlalimr—lo & 4sr—\VUIi Ic T X is til—10 A :iSr.—Will, Ic Ta • Panininiinl jVous and 1 -Novelly- Shorts / —Admission— Mallnrc—ID K 3Bc—mill Ic Tax ' N'SI'l-rlO....*, Me—With Ic. Tax — COMING SOON— roR' Tin: ASKING" ficorsc • Baft :urd Uolorrs "I'ICC'AIHLLV ',UM" will, linbert IVtontRomcrv ami Ma^lec l-lv.in?. "ST.\GK STlilirK" «illl Dirk l'ci\ell and .lo.in Itlutidrll. "TKXAS 1IANGCUS" nllli Ij T ,l MarMnrmy. ' "SING BAKV SING'' n-i(|, Alice Fayc and Adnlplic Mnijou "CHINA CL1HPEB" will, 'p a t O'Brien and Beverly Kobcrts. ?

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