The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 25, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 25, 1936
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PAGE TWO BL-YTHEVILLE .(ARK.j COURIER NEWS Social Calendar , WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Sunbeams meeting Fiist Dap- tist church, .4 P. M. Bible Study, Church of Christ, meeting'.with Mrs. E. M. Huffman, 2 30 P M lake Si. Women , Meet at Church "• Mrs. W. L. Green presided in the business session of the Woman's Missionary Society of the Lake Street Mcllioillt cliurch meeting Monday afternoon at the church i The 17 present hand Mrs. A. JU Reagan give the devotional, from the fifth'chapter'of Matthew nnrt Mrs. A. S. Dejn closed the sentence prayers. Airs. George Shanks dismissed the croup. » • • Family Has Reunion Tile annual reunion of the Edwards family, many of whom live here, was held at McFnrland park, Hayti, Sunday when 70 'were present. These were there .from out of the city: Mr. ami Mrs. Lloyd Edwards and faintly, Mr. and Mrs.' Lee Edwards and family, Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Edwards and family, Miss Annie Edwards, and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Moullen, all; of Marlon,' 111., Mr. and Mi» John Hopkins and Mr. and Mrs Land Love and family, or Pulton, Mo, Mr and Mrs Erskln Gibson of st. ; Louts, Mo., and Mr and Mrs O J Matthews, Mi and Mis S il Edwards aiicl family, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Edwaids, all of Caruthers- r ville, Mr mid Mrs Dob Dawson and family, Mr. and Mrs John Gibson' and • family, nil of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. O'Shea, of Taliiihli, Ld , Mi ami Mis. w. E. Edwards and family, B. u. La- Shot, Mr and Mrs DlbcH LaShot Mr and Mrs Blllv Oiccn nnd family, Mr. and Mrs Tominlc Shclton and family, Mi and Mrs. L E. Gaj and family, Mi ajui Mrs Shields Edvvaids and family, all of here , i . . . !'»!• Has Forlwghih Club The Forlnighlly club, which meets CUT} other week foi an afternoon eird game, Imd n special paily when Mis E L Hnle had Hie members, for lunch In the games which followed. , Mrs Irby Baslngci won a cookie Jai foi high <*ore priic and the „ low score award, n diesscd chlck- en,,\vent to Mrs. George w. Balaam , * Late In (lie afternoon an ICD course was toned To ' Compliment Emmctl t'olun. Em-nett Cotvm, Mho will' go to Jonesboro September 51 h, tr tnrcll at Arkansas State collcse, -Mil be rnesl of limmr nl n dance to be given by Mlw uolda Rcla SiUiRltiy night, al the hut. Aflei the dance (here will lie R. linyriau tnrt a wrtermelon pavi,)' c.i Hie lui.U of JUmoicl Kike. Steele-Cootcr Society — Peisonal Mr nnd Mis. Johnson Barber announce the arrival of a 10, pound bab> boy at Hie home of Mrs Baiber'1 molher, Mrs. Hugh Michie, in Cooler Monday morning The baby has been given the name of Michle Maurice Before her marriage Mrs Barber was Miss Ljnn Michle Mr. and Mrs Darnev Robinson announce lhc arrival of an eight pound son at their lome In Stccle Friday night. The molher and baby are gelling along fine Before, her marriage Mrs. Robinson was Miss Halite Woods. Mrs Oliver Perrv, nee Mary Irancee Colcman, who underwent an appendectomy at the Blythc- yillc hospital last week u, getting along fine and Is ito be returned to her home Ihe lattei part of this week Announcemcnls have arrived here of Ihe marriage o' Miss Ma tha Gardener Bennett to Ha 7im,, curre Little liock, Ark, on Aug 8th, the home of Ihe bride's parents The impressive ceremony wa said by Rev Wayne W Grev pasloi of Hie Presbyterian church of CarulhersviHo in the presence of Intimate friends and relative The bride Is a graduate of Caruthersville high school and the University of Missouri and for the past three sears has been a member of the faculty of ihe Caruthcrsville high school The Broom is a graduate of the Union University of Nashville, Tcnn, nnd ? r ^ era j 5ears he llas been superintendent of schools in Pemiscot counly. Mrs L W. Turner and sor ar- . an Billie spent last weekend in M gllcsl of her - . D ..^v V, , 1(; i pillcn Bobbie Joe, Floyd, Llojd a Clarence Barnes left over the weekend for their home In Tu Okla, after spending Ihe summer here vUth their uncle Ollie Bames and family. Mrs A J Guthrie and daughter Mrs Fred Robert stolls spent the past vuek here with thci sister nnd datighei, Mrs Rull Lav.hon. Mrs. siotts relumed to her home in Lake City, Ark,"Fri- uay bflt her mother went to Poplar Bluff Sunday for, a wei visit there (nth her son ChaViu> Outhrlo and family before "ye- i / When Fall A'sttmning navy blue tvool knit Jacket suit in waffle, wea'vq effect is faced iit.lhe neckline with wine ;uul worn t'ith a wine 1 Ascot nnd Wine belt of tufted ' A , Icadier. 'i- The simple j dross cm-' ' plwsixes the bnslline, molds Hie ' liips and (lares ever so slightly firovind the bottom. The opening down the •front of the bodice iy lie-Id together by iittlc bnll billion links in wine to match the scurf. The threc-tiuartci length jacket lias ?,!i(jhUy exaggerated shoulders and a nice swing nl the back, For lown or .country, campus or travel, nothing could . • be more satisfhblriry than this: 1 Bits of News Mostly. Personal Three Leading Ladies-Bui Only Qrie Star TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 193G Mrs. A. J; Fischer, of Caru- tlicisvlllc, Is a patient at the St Joseph's hospital, Memplils. Mrs. s, J. Cohen and son Jerry, have returned home from an extended trip to New York city and points of Canada. Ellis Roberts, of Holland, Is a patient lit Hie Memplils Methodist hospital. Mrs. L. N. Hcnkesl and daughter, Lady nulh, formerly of hero and now of Jonesboro, have arrived to upend a week with Mr and Mrs. William Wright. W. S. Urn-licit, of AitVrcl, Ijcen admitted lo Ihu Memphis Uaplist hospital. Arch l.liulscy attended lo business In Little Rock late yesterday. I3r. nnd Mrs. p. L. Husband nnd son, J. n., arrived home last night from a two weeks motor Irlp which took them to Wath- Inoton, New York city, and along the east coast, lo Brunswick, Maine, anil then to Canada for lour days nt Montreal, Oitivia and other irolnls. While hi New York they saw Mrs. McKlnley Hall, formerly Miss Kate Crane, Dr. Tom Mnlian nnd Dr. Joe Density, who formerly lived here. Miss Ailyce Nelson returned yesterday from Hiirdy, whereSlid was n councillor nt Camp Kiwuiil. airl Scout, camp for girls, for x weeks. R. A. Wclson is seriously ill nt his liolue 1 on Division street. Miss Millie Allison Was in Mem- pills yesterday with her sister, Mrs. Charles Crlggcr, ami son, Charles, who are at Campbell's clinic. Miss Bonnie Virginia Pan-pit has left with n party of friends for an extended lour of the western stales. They will visit Yellow- . .., stone National park enroutc to schools, announced today that It's dlfllciilt lo (ell a society ,slar from a movie sliir under the klleg lights, as occurred at the movie parly given by the fash- loiiAUo Enml Point (\,. 1.) Bath Club. Try your eye at picking Ihe movie slar out of this Irio of leading ladies at the party'. There are iictly Watson at left, pretty enough la star anywhere, and Judith Wllcox nl right, in a dramatic •evening dress. ' The real starlet Is beautiful Joan Marsh (center) almine her own camera. Hiice New Teachers Are Employed, Superintendent Announces Today. ' OSCUOLrt, Ark. — George Di-er. superintendent, of H. city California nnd upon tlicir return I'.'he 1936-37 session of the Osccola turning 'to hci homo" nt 'Late City. She was accompanied lo! Poplar Bluff by Mrs. Lnwhon 1 and son Elbcrt nnd Frank Harper who returned home Sunday evening. Mrs. Pain Cooper, Mrs, W. N. Holly and Mrs. Byron Holly spent Monday In Memphis where they visited Mrs. T. S. Cooper who is' recuperating in the Methodist; hospital alter n major operation.! Friends here will regret to learn that Mrs. Cooper is nol getting Hlony us well as could be expected. Businesswoman Is Insu'll Bride Manila Society.— Personal Roy Key, star basket bnll player ol the Mnnlla IUs;li scliool Lions, who has hcen vlsltini; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sum Key of Dycss 1 Colony, retiirnctl to Mnnlla yesterday where he will be employed. ; ,i,,i, Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Hurt ol Vnnna, Mo., anil Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Hart ol Kvansville. Indinnn. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ilart ol Manila Sunday. Mr. null Mrs. Henry Peck of Evaiisville, inrt, who "have been lo (lie Texns Centennial visited Mr. mill Mrs. E. E. Hart. They reluvncd lo Indiana via St. Louis. The Senior class of the Manila high school entertained the faculty with a watermelon feast Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Handle of Blylhcville visited Mrs. W. T. Coats of Manila Sunday and Monday. v Miss Vcrn Brand "of Manila was in Farngoulcl Sunday. She was accompanied home by her daughter. Miss Wcrla Lee. Bill Horncr of Manila made a usincu trip lo Blytheville yesterday. ~ Mayor C. W. Tiplon of Manila i.i visiltn;; in Memphis today. His wife, Mrs. C. W. Tipton. who underwent a minor operation In Tc|ickn. Kansas, recently, is re- porlrd doing very nicely. Woodrow Hutton, lirst year law student al the University" of Arkansas is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hulton of near Manila. He will return to school the Icnlh of September. Mr. and Mrs. Oolni Bibb ot Plliit. Mich., and Ray nnd Bill Mnrtin of Flint, arc visiting Mr. ond Mrs. Howard Ballard of Manila. , , Luke O. Sluart jr., nnd sister Miss Mary Sue of Equality, 111 arc visiting relatives In Manila. n. H. West, Lloyd Montgomery, and Elberl Ri Bg5 of Manila arc transacting business In Powhatan U. S. Grimm and son, Sam, mada a business trip to Blytlv- vllle today. Mrs. Alvlti Tipton and Mrs Lee. Carter are visiting In Memphis today. Mrs Carter's son they will slop at Dallas""lor "several days. Miss Elizabeth James, of Wright, Aln., is lhc guest of Mr. and Mis'. W. A. Crews and Mrs. Ethel Johnson for several weeks. Mrs. Jennie Harper and daughter, Mrs. Dan Orrcll, have re- lui-neil after .spending a week In Memphis wilh Mr. and Mrs c L Turner, Mr. and Mrs Millon Rodgcrs and Mis. Woodrow Ham- inons. Mr. and Mrs, Renkerl Wcten- kaiiip will 6 o to Charleston, Mo., within n few days where llicy will spend the cotton season while Mr Welcnkamp buys cotton there Mrs. Roy Pricharil and two children have returned from Port worth and Dallas,' Texas, where they visited relatives mid attended Ihe Centennial. Mrs. Stephen H. Brooks and son, Steve, accompanied by Mrs Hi-ooks' sister, Mrs. Ned AyrrV nnd daughters, of Osccoln, have returned from a visit In Dlloxi Gutfport, and New Orleans. • Louis I. Ogel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sum Ogel of Cnriitlicrsville who formerly lived here, is at Baptist hospital. Wood and three Lcwisvillc, Miss. A Chicago department store buyer, M a r g a r c t Slicartn Baylies-, 30, Is the brido of Samuel Instill, Jr., ex-luiiiiy niagniite, the couple having left on their honeymoon trip nflcr a quiet ceremony in their home city. Insull's first wifo died in 193-I, leaving one son, Samuel Insull III. Raymond, a CCC recruit, who was injured In n car wreck some lime ago Is Improving. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. "M. Hodge of rilnl, Mich., arc vislling Mr. and Mrs. Rtissol Shelby for a few clays. r i. Misses Ruby and Mary Fuller of Francis, Ky., are spending a Irw days with Ihelr sister, Mrs HIdiaul Fox of Manila. Cily Marshall A. D. Brcedcn Mrs. A. D. Brecdcn. Mr. and Mis. Will Wright of Manila made a business trip lo Domplmu Mo., Sunday. Mrs. Ororgia Enlmon and Mrs. Sally Shelby were visiting in Blytheville today. R. E. Feudler has gone to SI 1-ciiis where lie Is employed »( the Rice. Stlx and company. Mrs. cA Heads Lepanto Auxiliary I-EPANTO. Ark.. An B . 24.-AI a meeting nt the Willie Lamb Unit No. 2(3 of the American Legion Auxiliary or Lcpanto. the following, otlicm vrre elected for Ihe railing year; Mrs. C. A. Waixl. le- electcd prcsidrnl; Mrs. Fred Sliickcy. vicc-iircs.; Mrs. W. N. Rny, :,cc.-lrens.; Mre. M. O. Wayne, historian; Mrs. Katie li'imb, chfiplaln; M r£ . Avwood. Scrgcnnl-at-nrms; M c in h e rsh I p ch.iirmaii. Mrs. Arwood; publicity, Mrs. M. o. Wayne; Mrs. Ward and Mre. stuckcy were sclcclcd as delcg;iles to the state convention and Mrs. C. E. ' Bylcr and Mrs. W. N. Ray as alternates. Read Courier News Want Ads. open Monday, Sc|>- the Memphis Mrs. Unrid •.htldren, of .«"~. ini.v,.. »l 111 uu- LUMll jiavc arrived lo join Mr. Wood! Bernard L. Dr. and Mrs. John 'lid two sons. John ai 'crincTly of here nnd Cily. N2v.. are Jcliools will tcmber 7th. .;,,T\vo full time departments will be restored to the high school .tills year. They were dropped when loss in revenues five years ngo forced the rchool to go on a tiiillon basis. They are (lie. Home Economics department, and the .{school Shop. Mr.- Eugene Pack- ,ard who has taught.. Manual •Training live years in. (he West Tennessee Teacher's college, Mem- Phis, lias been employed to • head this department. Miss France:! ,Campbell of Kussellville, a graduate of Arkansas Teacher's college, K'ill teach Home Economics. Miss Dorothy Starr of Atkins is the other new teacher ami will teach junior English. High School Faculty The high school faculty for this year George H. Deer, superintendent; Mrs. C. L. Moore, principal mid English; Gladys Esles, Commercial Work; Christine Pciiidcxtcr, Matliemalicfl and Latin; Dorothy Stan-, Junior English;. Frances Campbell, Home Economics; Frank Sanders, Coach and Science; E. W. Packard, Shop. , Grammar School 'The grammar school faculty will be composed of the following- Osccola Society — Personal Mrs. Charles .Moorchead arrived yesterday from Little Rock for a few days visit with the Rev. and Mrs. R.. C. Moorelicad. She has spent the summer in Little nock taking an advanced course in Speech Art and Dramatics. Mr. Moorchead will arrive .Wednesday from an eight weeks advanced course in band busic at the Intei-lcckcn, Mich., National Music Camp. They will leave for Faragoiilcl Monday where lioth arc members of the high scliool faculty. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dillard alii son, Jiminie; Miss Joyce Touip- kins and Mrs. R. H. Jones drove to Jackson, • Tcmi., yesterday to visit Union University. Mr. and Mrs. R. ''C. Rose of (•Roseland spent Sunday with her •jisler,': Mrs. c. L.'Moore and husband. Another sister. Mrs. C. E. Paly of Memphis who has been visiting Ihem for several days returned home today. Mrs. C. E. Wellborn spent -yesterday with her sister, Miss Oleda McElvee, who is a patient nt the Adult Crippled Hospital in Memphis. l'lcn;y of Hops SAN FRANCISCO. Cal. (UP)—In the event of war. the United States has nothing lo fear in the curlail- mciu of its beer supply. Although hops for that purpose are slill imported fiom Germany. Poland Czechoslovakia and Jugoslavia Die California Farm Bureau Federation has notified all brewers in lire United Slates llicy can supply all the hops needed and tlien some McUa clalives line and «[. Jonreboro uid Slccle. Mrs. McDnuiel wis ormerly Miss Miriam Brooss Miss Marian Allison hss re- urned (o her home in chicaco iflcr an extender! visit with h- inimllalhcr. J. p. Allison, mil laughter. Miss ;,l,ni c . Charles Criggtr ft nd his nephr-v Murray Phillips, arc In Memphis • n.' iiitcrnoou v.-ivi Charles Cri-- ,er in., who is ill at Campbcin, Clinic friJou'iiig ai. operation. Ifc audition is vcrv good. Mrs. ficorgc l,\ll!o and Mi«l lo «"siiip Veil Williams, of Wemphls, spent i' 1 " "cics. •jiinchy iicrc wll.i friends. Mr- ' '-Ittlu went on lo Kennett lo ;ec Mr. Little, -.v'.iu Is how si/i- lione.! there. Grace Leach, Fourth Grade' Coi-1 lime Sibley, Third nj"l Fourth «™«*; M«i Cla,e,,e a" of Thlrtl avil(lc ; "«• B L Presson vislti,,«| First and Second Oracles; Mrs. Branded Turkeys EUGENE, ore. (u'p)_ Lam, County turkey raisers are branding their birds like cattle, according to O. S. Fletcher, county agricultural agent, The mark, placed on a wing, is not only a measure against theft, but an easy nieam of identification. One novel Chic^o~m g ht spol uses collin-like tables and tombstone chairs. checks MALARIA •coils' first day ! Liquid, Tablets Headache, 30 ; Salve, Nose Drops 'minutes Try "Kiib-My-Tism"— World's Best Liniment J. R. Miller, Second Grade- i Blanche Clecre, First Gracie-' Catherine .Harwell, piano and Public School Music. Realty Transfers Warranty Drcrts General American Life Insurance company to Morris and Myrlle Grccr. southeast qunrtcr of sculheast quarter of section 30, 1C north, range 8 east, 'I Ada Kilburn to 1>. w. Parker lols 1 and 2, Ulock i, j. i' I'riile sub-division to Blythevllli DRENTWOOD. Cal." (UPl-Both Ihe University of California and Ihe California Wool Growers' Ass3- cialion hnvc recently paid tribiit'- to Gladstone Reed. lo. and his brother Lawson, 13, who. sfarlms from scratch wilh a pig apiece in 1D30. now have a nock of 105 pure bred sheep 71 head of registered chiM-Hirtt... J.*,t1- i . . -"-*« Moscow liaises lemons MOSCOW. (UP)—The Chief Administration of Sub-Tropical cultures has organized u hot-hous- citrus plantation near Moscow Besides lemon Ircss, brought here from the Soviet sub-tropics, 3000 lemon scions were imported from .Florida. . 'i • • i ^"*i v/i •vKisicrco — . shorthorn cattle and more than 100 i IIT 4 ,-, fw I^_£^i f teredj,ogs 1 _ WASH illld S SSIFV^ Grease Job TOO I.ATE TO WASTED immediately. Single, middle woman as companion. 124 1 S(a. Slaiirlard Ksso Scrvirr Main ,t Division Haymcnd Schmuel!. lx>aseD We Pay Cash For 2nd Hand Furniture - I'luinc 1031 Hubbard 2nd Hand Furniture Store ' Near Goff Hotel '• - : - Quick Relief for Chills and Fever one? Other Effects of Malaria! T)oh't put up wilh the suffering of Malaria—the teclh-clwltcrlng chilis nnd .the burning fever. Get rid of Malari.-i hy getting lhc infection out of your system.' That's what Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic does—destroys and drives out the infection. At the tame lime, it builds up your system against further attack. .Grove's Tasteless Chili Tonic contains tasteless quinine which kilU [lie infection in Ihe blond. U also contains iron which builds up lhc Wood and helps il overcome tiie effects of Malaria as well .is fortify against tc-infcction. Thr=c arc llic effects you want for COMPLETE relief. Grove's Taslelcss Chill Tonic ii plc-afanl io (ako and absolutely safe, even for children. No bitter t.iMc of mrinine. Get a hollic today and be forearmed against Malaria. Tor sale al alt drug stores. Now two siws —SOc and SI. The $1 size contains r/, times as much as llic SOc size anil gives, you 25% more for your money. Surplus of Sweets HONOLULU. IU1') — HawaiKm Commercial &, Sugar Company' claims a new record in average production p'emcrc of SO tons of cane and 12,5' tons of raw sugar for Kads harvested so far this year —2.5 Ions more than the average. Hr-o maker SCHOLTEN, Mo. (UP) - Hav Inulers in soulhwcslern Missouri nnd telephone wires a menace Charles Morrison suffered fracture of both 'shoulders when ho was dragged from atop a load of hay. It was the second such accident, in tiiree weeks. Ors. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Storfc "WE MARK -KM SEE' Phone 540 <"HERE,MR.-ROMEO-V_ HAVE SOME MILK FROM' CRAIG'S DAIRY ORDERS TAKEN Mm "BERNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS FRUE Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. C. Haley 1130 Chlckasawbii Phono 792 Oriiik 1'ljfti;, WHOI.KSOiMi; Cniij, milk ilaiiy lo restore energy am relax ovcr-nnrkcd nerves. GWA»K A RAW MH,K Qnarl . l()c I'inl iitillcrtnilk, Q( cn&oT A PRODUCTS FREE Light Crust I s Better Bread This Coupon Is Good At All Local Grocers For One Loaf-of ' Light Crust Bread Union Baking Co. PARTS & SERVICE DEPT. XOW Ol'KN L'NTII, !l ['. 51. iin: for all Cars anil Truck? Wn-clKT Service I'hniie U33 TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO- COOLEST Sl'OT IN TOWN! TONIGHT !S 150 BANK NIGHT! last wecli :Hrs. Kaher Wilsoii of this city won (lit SI35.00—?i:ihinr HANK IJKI'OSIT Toiliglil $50.00! I KILLED A RAT! He liilled lo prolccl Ihe woman he loved;.. and faced death on lhc gallows... because he wouldn't Icll why! Selected Short Subjects —Admission— Malincc—10 & 25c—Willi lc Tax Xlffiit—10 * 35c—Will, lc Tax Weds. - Thurs. Xcns ami Comedy- ISafirrr— 10 & 25c— Wiih lc Ta\ Nigh'— 10 * H5c— \Vllii lc Tax —COMIXfi SOON— •VOVliS COIt TltK ASKING" "illi Gcnrsc natl anit Dolorcr. ('cslclln K.irrymoro. I'K:UA»||.I,Y ,1IM' will, liohcrl Monljsoincrv and Maiisc I-'rini; 'ST,VGK HTKHOK' 1 nilh ' ir,ck rcnrll and .loan Ulnnilrll 'TEXAS RANOKRH" will, ' l.- rc ,l . MacJIurrav. 'SING KAUV Sl.VG" , vi [|, AHcc tayr and AdoMihr- Men inn ^ 'CHINA CUPPER" «ri,, ' Pil( A O'Brien anil Beverly Kolwrls. ' /

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