The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 27, 1936 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 27, 1936
Page 5
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 193(5 BLYTHIOVILLIO (AUK.) COUIUKK NUWS PAGE FIVE Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Ktnlcd m«<!lliiK, Order of Easl- cm Star, 8 P. M. IJrldc ComJ-tiiiiciileil. Mrs. Herbert, V. Hughes, who, bc- lova her marriage, was Miss Solma IMcKinnoii, was the guest of honor at- a bridge shower given Tuesday niglil by Misses Eunice Brogdon and Evelyn Blythe, 1/ite simuuer Holers were used [or decorations with the tallks and prize wrappings in keeping with Hie bridal motif. In the card games Miss June Armantroiil won thi' prize, hosiery. An ice course was served before tile 20 guests showered the bride willi an assortment of gifts, Bits of News Mostly Personal New Attire For Fall to Mrs. P. 1 1. Husband went Hot Springs today for a visit. Miss Jessie Hopkins, of Cfirutli- cvsviHe, is a patient at the St. Joseiih's hospital, Memphis. Mrs. Hobeii Kill, of Carntliers- ville. was taken to the St. Joseph's hospital, Memphis yesterday. Billy Khnblcy, of Shclbyvillc Mo., will arrive soon to spend the winter with Drs. Curl and Edna Nies while he' attends school. He will be a senior in the city high ccliool. George \Viedtnan and two sons of Three. Rivers, Mich., arc visiting relatives here. Mrs. B. R. Allen is confined to her bed because of a boil. Miss Marie Smith, of Wilson, is a patient at the Memphis St Joseph's hospital. Miss EliKHbeth •Lunsfonl returned yesterday from New Albany Mi?s., where she visited relatives. Charles Ashley, of Bassett, is a patient at the Meivmhi Baptist hospital. Mrs. Ernest Halscll and chil cireti t'etuined yesterday from a visit with relatives at New Albany and McGhce, Miss. Mrs, Horace Scrape, who accompanied them returned to her home in Memphis Mrs. A. M. Holt, of osceola, is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chapman will go to Kosciusko, Miss., Sunday for a visit with Mr. Chap" niEin's • relatives. ' S. E."Harriscm, of Bajsett, • was " tnkcii' to Memphis Baptist -hospital yesterday. Miss Mabel Long, of Braggadocio, has been admiled to the Memphis Methodist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend and Eon, n. A., returned this morning from a vacation. Mrs. Friend and son were in ix>ints of Texas and Louisiana for several weeks and Mr. Friend joined them ten days ago at Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kossnthal have returned from St. Louis on a buying trip. Mrs. h. C. Dent an.l daughter, Wayne, of Caruthersville, and Mrs. Bo\vcn Ermiman and sons, Tom and George, of St. Louis, were the guests of Mrs. G. yesterday. W. Dillahunty Glistening cire satiri. fashions the flaring tiuiic of this dress by Marcel Rochas. The shirt is wool and a scarf of duck egg blue provides ' - Uie only note of color to the all-black costume. Mr. and Mrs. iKing Matthews returned Sunday from a visit in Fort. Smith. They \vcre accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. R. If. Allen, who returned Monday to their homo in DeWitt. Mrs. Allen is Mrs. Matthews' daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Matthews have taken a Goodwin apart- niDiit on' West Ash street. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ohalfant, of Augusta, Ark., and James Tull, of England, Ark., are guests of Mrs. Vcrnou E. ClttUnnt and famly this week while the Rev. Mr. Chalfanl i sin Joni'Sboro where lie is dean of the'Methodist Young People's Assembly. lie was accompanied by Misses Billie Nelson, Amy Ruth Morris and Carolee Wood. Mr. Tull is a brother of Mrs. Chalfant. Miss Peggy McKcel returned last uigiil from Lake Lure, N. C., where she \vas Jin instructor at the girls' camp there.. Mrs. J. A. Leach met her in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips and children returned tome last night Mr. and Mrs. Phillips and RIIS- Ecl] have been al Nashville. Tcnn., nnd Linville. N. C,,and were ac-- companiod home by'lietty, who has been al Lnke Lure camp, Lake Lure. N. C. Jack Fhilcy Robinson and J. O: Pnllcrton are attending to business in .Marianna today. Henry Davis will go to Memphis Monday'where he is lo be in the Mid-South Cotton Cooperative As- Kociation oirice. - Mr. and Mrs. Ivan P. Wys: and two daughters have returned to Memphis, after n visit with Dr. and Mrs. I. .R. Johnson. Mrs. Herbert. Davis, of Pittsburgh, ' Pa., who has r>s;n visitino relatives al'Ripky, Tenti., w m a m vc (o . msrrow -for several .<i a y s s t av with Mrs. G. W. Dlllahiinly nnd Mr. and .Mrs. Samuel p. Norris. . Mr. and Mrs. Cooper Welch and Eon and daughter, ol phoenix, Ariz., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lpy Welch for a short time before're- WASH and 8| grease Job A turning liome after a month's stay with relatives in. points of Missis-- sippi. They lived here until seven years ugo. The 'two Messrs. .tv'eTch are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ponn had as their guests yesterday and today, Mr.- and Mrs. Tom Glass, and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Waterman,.of Memphis. The -Watermans were also guests of the W. T.' Darnells. •Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Smith went* to Anna, III., today to attend a show. They will return tomorrow night. Mrs. Ernest Roe, cf Memphis, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. B. Woodson, and family, yesterday and today. F. L. Englcr, who has been quiEa ill at the Memphis Baptist hospital for a week, was brought home yesterday. He is now convalescing. Mrs. Engler, who has been with him, accompanied him home. 'Prank J. 'Moore, late of Bernie, Mo., has arrived here to bs connected the Hubbard Hard- and now nf Cincinnati, is here for a brief visit.' He will leave to- Cavemler is n graduate- of the Uni- •ersity. of Georgia. and Homer Qiilnn spent lti"sd,\y in Hot. Springs where they vere called on account of the 111- icss of their brother, W. P. Qulnn. vho has been confined to his home several weeks with heart complications. licv. and Mrs. E. L. Cole ire vacationing tli| s week In (hi' Missouri Ozarks. Terry Mi|.;h:ll f.f 'jollier incl Mrs. J 02 oullcm 111., of Wil™n. left today tor several days visit in Chicago. Teddy. Mitclicll, whu has been attending [.he Univrrslly of Chicago, will return with (hem and spend three weeks with her pnents at Joiner before returning for the fall lerm. , Simpson Hollabaugh returned \ostcidny lo his home at Mill-shall. after a week's visit with Ills sister, Mrs. Clarence Origsby. Miss Florence Johnson of Bel- hnuham, Wash., arrived yesterda)' foi a short visit w |[li Miss Myra lialesville, Ark., lo nltcnd I lie nn- nuiil home coming picnic ot Arkansas Masons iviid Eastern slur 1110111- hi'rs, given lit the Masonic lioma In honor of. Hie children in the orphanage. Picnic buskets wcOo, carried by nil who alleiKlcd unil dinner on Ihe grounds was the high occasion of the day. Mrs. Bognn will present to the home :i quilt fro m the Osceola chapter, Mr. and Mrs, Fowler, of Osceola. nlso attended tram the Osceola chapter. The Methodist Missionary sarMy met In the home of Mrs. Klliotl Williams Tuesday atlarnoon, uuil on account of «o much sicknojs among the members, only six answered the roll call. ' The hymn "Take tlmi> In lie Hiily," was the rendiiiK for Use nwlilatlon period, bcfoiv the pni- leadcr, Mrs. liagnn, Inlro- progrnm. dticed the topic (or the taken from "The Adult Student. <m "Guiding an All-round Um>i- opment of Child Lire." Mrs. Loin Stanford gave a talk UH "Tin; child of Todny nnd Tomorrow." During Hie social period, tlic hostess KIMTIXI a snlud plute. sandwiches, cake and iced tea. Mrs. Phillip George compllment- «'d her grandson. John Stimaha jr.. with a leu purty yesterday 11(151"0311 when five little guests. v;ing- Mnf> Nniiiin.r' *,• , V"~ '";'" llls il1 " a '' s 'V° m l«'° '" six years vac Mulling. MISS Johnson has | of uye, were prosenl disllnction of being (he youn^- e»t dean of women 'In the Unite:! States, holding this position at the Western state Normal l;i Bclllng- mru. she ivlll go from here lo Atauta for a visit before returning to work. lo enjoy and "goodies" served at Hie end of tlis play [Ime. The dining (able was attractive willi a. centerpiece of rose.s, ami '••icli hud a place furor of a candy liearl. "Pink Icmona'ds," fresh peaches and cream, ami anyjl foo:l cake were served to Hie clslluhl of the guests. Jack Craddock, Bullye Sue Miiriin,. Wado MuHenry. and 'Mice Ann Davidson, ol Dyess. Allle I*c 13niiii, of West Memphis, and Mary Joyce Robinson, ol Jericho, were comnllincntcd by I! . O. wilklns jr.. Wcitnjrday Mrs. E. N. Cooke, of Gales, Tcnn.! wllh a party at his houii. Other is visiting In the home of Mr. and auesls who enjoyed this hosnllalltv „.., - were . B , |ljr Lnl]?stc)]1 niHj , sm -_ man. Dorolhy May Jans Wise, Ned Faidcecey. Marvin Luxora Society— Personal Mrs. Mauds Cooke. Bonnie Sue Boshcars- has returned form' a visit in'. Little Rock, and Shrcveport,' La. Mr. and Mrs. Kerti have returned from St, Loulj where lliey attended MIC fall market nnd made purchases for th'sir : fall/merchandise. -...-.Mrs. Sue Brown was. the guest, of her daughter, Mrs. Hays Gownn, and -family, over- the -week-end. Mrs. B .0. Wilklns,and children. B. O. Jr.. and Ann Claire, spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Ho- tey Burrow, and son, Douglas,.o! Rosa. , ^ The Rev. James T. Rancjlp' Isfl for Joncsboro Monday'.rnofn|i^li) attend the -Young People's' TraUv- ing school this week/ He "is to" be the Instructor for one of the classes. Ernestine Wherry, n ' delegate from the local Mcthodisl church, accompanied him. . They will return home Friday. Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Bogan and Mis. W. b Clarlc accompanied by Mr and Mrs. E. S. Cliiles. of Oscc- oln, left Thursday morning for ., ..**,, lieu i'»i lit i:v.t:y, AvllllVLll jSpann, John Mnrtin, Harold O«on. ' nnd Max Slewart, of Osceola. The evening was spent in pluy- Inj gamss, music, nnd soii»5. The yaung host was assisted in s»rfiti? bis guests with refreshing; piin:h and saudwiclics. Osceola Socicly — Personal OUIFSPRA The Argentine fairly armadillo crows to a length of only (h-c Inches. CAR I) OI'' 'I HANKS I wish to rotend my thanks to my friends for Iheir kindness during the Illness and ilcnUi of my husbtvwl. H. B. Tensity,'. Espcc- lally I lhank those who went lo Forrest City for burial. C. D. Tcasley. I 8/ COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN 1 ! M£ALtVAY!0£7SHttBl/C/ Last Time Today ware store. Mrs. .Moore will join him in two weeks. Mary Virginia Scgravcs, Francis Elaine Jaffe, and Billie Langslon of Ltixora returned Tuesday from Camp Dixie at Clayton, Ga., where tttey have spent the summer. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Langston of.Lux- ora drove down for the girls. County Agent Joe E. Walter, Bob Kendrick, Dudley Lynch, and John Cavcnder are in Marianna today attending the annual field day held at the. University Expsri- inent station. Mr. Cavciidcr, formerly of Searcy, has recently been appointed assistant in cotlon adjustment at the local office to succeed J. A. Pigg, whose abstract work and duties ns deputy county Joe Dulaney, formerly of Ucre treasurer require all his time. Mr. su. Standard Ksso Service , Main i: Division, "aymohrl Bchmuck, Lea see Bakery Specials AU, DAY - - FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY PICC 1 Large Coconut or Lemon ChifTnn IOC liE^ Each 1.0 Fudge Nut Brownies, doz. 18c Fruit Filled StoDens, coffee cake 11 Oatmeal Cookies, doz, Sc Raisin Bread, loaf 7c Fresh, Orange Layers, each 18c Special for Bittcrey Hour, 5 lo 6 V- '«• only, Friday, Saturday and Sunday Cherry Nut Gems, QOZ. ICc Coconut, Macaroons, .doz, ; 3c Hot Donuts^ doz. ., He Carmel Cinnamon Rolls, doz 8c Individual Pecan Pies; each 3c Special 'Attention Given All Special Orders Elytheville Baking Co. I'uninrnunf Ncn'S and Comedy —Admission— la I in re—If) A- Z5c—WiHi Ic Tax Nighl—10 & 35e—\Vilh Ic, Tiix FRIDAY PAL MTE 2 A (lulls Atl milled for I'riec or 1 All Chililrcii— lOc 'Hoi ilvii w«v« cOOti". Faille Enemies In 1,11 CAN WE KEEP THEM THERE? FHONE 110 You need Gulf- spray at vacation time! hkills those pesky mosquitoes, flics, atits artel bed bugs. Won't stain fabrics. Mild, pleasant odor. -)9c a pint at neighborhood and n _ dept. stores and Good Gulf Dealers. GULF3PRAY ifista KILLER JUNI TKAVIS • CRAIG BlTNOltS tARIONMocLANE-UCHMOWMfU- ^'^ ! ce cT "Hl«c ISlazcs" 'S FURNITURE SPECIALS Special Buy oi 45 Living Room Suites 2-|)it't'c nil over Moluiir of tho IhicKt )rnuli! niid wood dim 2-picL'c' Tui'icsliy Living Hmrm Suite ;wilU ctis-'liion. Now niilv 2-|>iei'e Tii|ios(ry laving Room Suite'.-'with' loose cushions. Only BEDROOM SUITES, 3 piece, nicely decorated $1855 BEDROOM SUMS, 3 piece, triple mirror, Special Prices on all Maple and Walnut Bedroom Suites of, the better grade. BREAKFAST ROOM SUITE! 5-nii'cc Oi-«i)-i,car Table. Ivory or (ireen fl-picee Sol wifli Extension $"| O QC Table" ....'.... J-O.OO *9.95 EXTRA! EXTRA! No. 2 CANE CHAIRS 65c DINING CHAIRS wood seat, set of six m $8.75 .best grade $3.95 MAPLE ROCKERS CANE CHAIR ROOTS cheap grade $130 DINING i OIL STOVES-RANGES Malinrc— 10 Sc ishl— 10 .t 25c— Willi l 9c— With lr. TUESDAY, SKl'T. 1 S7r,.0l) BANK NUai SOON— 'ANTHONY ADVIiKSE' 1 IV i til rrcdcrir ivinr.sli, "PICCADILLY ,1!M" \vilh Kolirr Moiilsonieiy and Madcr. Evan! "TEXAS RANOEUS" v.illi Frci MaeMnrray. "GORGEOUS tlliSSY" •with JO Cti« fcrd ai:d Uoiici t Taj lor. SUITES AVe ;irc opening up .. ear liiid of rcafi fine Dining Itonm Suites and Ttcrtrooni furniture frtim thi! American i\!;muf;tc- (iiriug Co. of iUiirtins- viik 1 , V;i. Conifi in and see (he new styles. !)-)>itee 1 lining K o o m S u i 1 os in decorated Wiilnut finish. lEflWAR'D ; 5 Humor,-' Jiuill-in Oven Oil $29.75 Oven ' » Bn,, gc . One «f the Very 6-EYK STEEL RANGE 6-EYK CAST RANGE $0/150 94 Special Cash J'riccs On All Porcelain Ranges. I\/F n r n F P'o < p | ciC''c ii C8 i a*YYr5TKT/~*c* MAT. IRESSLS and SPRINGS i SOLID COTTON MATTRKSS .$' I). Plaited Felt Mattress $7.95 55 LI), Beauty Rose, layer felt $5.75 Simmons jimer-spring Mat. $14.75 Folding Coil Bed -Spring.... $195 Crescent f) x .12 Rugs S4-95 Gold Seal' Cbnjiolcani Rugs, i) x 12 ....... . $5.95 9 x Yi Axniinisler Riiffs ....... _$2-1.75 ITURE CO. I

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