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'.PAGE TWO,'" . BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS- Merle Steward '• Mitchell Curbon. Mr. and Mrs. ^V. C: Sleftitrd an- nounco the marriage of their daughter, Merle,} to Mitchell Garrison, of Lu\ora, Sunday. The Rsv. JF. \V. Varner, pastor of the New Liberty Uaptist church, performed the ring service at the home of the bride. Mein'om'of llic family and n few of tiieir most intimate friends were present. * « • : Baplisl Women Jtc«l.' Members of. the Woman's Missionary Union of the Second Baptist church met Monday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. T. 1. Seay. The dc\otloiialj\vns given by Miss Geraldlnc Carter, who"uscd Mat- Ihew'C. The hosteiiscj, Mrs Seay nnd Mis. Ben Harrison, assisted by Miss Maly Alice Seay, served sandwiches and drinks to thij members and one \Mtor, Mrs. Hcwy Bi:ck. 1 ' • Bits of-News Mostly Personal W. H. stovall will leave today. for Cincinnati, 0,, where he will drive a new amrjulance homo Monday or.' Tuesday. Mrs R. p. Gicenwell, of Hayti, is a patient at the St. Joseph's .hospital, Memphis. Miss; Leoira 13oyett arid her bro- thei, Fied, were railed to ' Rlulcy, Miss, yesterday because of the death of their inollui. They will return here Sunday. Chailes MoDnniel, of LuxoVaf'Is a patient at tbc Memphis Baptist -hospital. .'-;-.• Mr. nhrt Mrs. James Hill have .TCliirncd home from a visit In' Shreveport ariit Liitle'Rock. Robeit Bc.-tle, of liiissctt, has been ndmitted to ^ the Memphis Baptist hospital. Misses Cnioljn Ilnley and Lillian Shaver have relumed fiom Manila \\herc Ihcy arc membeii of (ho •faculty, of-: the' school there. The school is closing foF n brief lime. •Mr. and Mrs. Porter 'Jordan nnd son, Charles, have returned. to their home In Kalnmazoo, Mich , after visiting fi lends nnd iclnlives here :for several days. •Miss Lois Nell Stiles has returned to Kalamuzoo, Mich , after n visit with Jitr parents, Mr. and Mrs lee stiles, Siie is employed in the Michigan 1 Olty> „-,>.. : Mr. and Mrs. Allen "Wood will return to theh home In St Louis today after 'afvislt with Mrs. Anne "Steicns Potter and family. Mrs. Wood, who, before her marriage, •»ns Miss Dorothy fians, came down several dnys ago and Mr. Wood Joined her yesterday. They motored to Memphis Inst night for dinner before leaving for home today. . Bsrry B Bi.ooks jr , of Memphis, •will spsnd tomoirow with Mrs. Brooks and her mother, Mrs Allan Walton Mrs. Brooks and daughter, Virginia, arc here for a visit with Mrs. Walton enroute- home .from Calif ornln. Joe Dulaney left jcstcrday f m - lus home in Cincinnati after a visit fcere, where he formerly icsided. Miss Mary' Frances' Oustey, of :Hopkinsvillc, ky, Is the guest of Mrs Louise Chapman Mrs Cljde Wnrren and daush- ter, Miss Mildred, of Halls, Tenn.. arri\ed yesterday afternoon for a few dajs stay \\ith Mi. and Mrs IVed Wnrren, Dr. and Mrs 1 u JolniEon, and Mi. and Mrs L. L' McDcarinan at Osceola Miss Betty McCutchen, acco.ii- panied by her aunt, Mrs. Georgia Bailey of Campbell, Mo., vent to Llltle Rock today to be guest of her cousins, Gov.-Elect and Mrs Carl Bailey, and v.111 go to Hoi Springs tomorrow. There she will be the guest of Vincent Gage for !£ e o r , derty all(I dlmicr dail ce "t the Belvedere at which Ruth Chat- terlon will te guest of honor They ^Hl return here MonJay or Tue-s- N. B Menard, vho is playing ^ilh an orchestra out of Parasmild. wk e I0r a bncf stay (tlls Bobby Gardner, of Paragould Is vILT 5 ' ° f M '-- nn<1 Mrs Evrard and son, jnc r " ld Mrs ' ar CAN REMEMBER By Helen Wcfcliiiucr I CAN icmcniljcr ' J"1 II-; w«v small lanlerns * 1 ho yellow liglit - I .Swung lliroiit'lillie dark j-irebugscamcd - Ovortliclmslics Oiiesumincniight; In somebody's puvk; A N'Dliuwourslioos WcrnvvptwHlidcw— Tluil was tlie last lliv.o Mrs. Hoy Matthews, the former vMis-j June Llllnrd. and Miss Doll- inc Lillard, of Akron, O.. arrived Krldny. for n visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. John Murray and other relatives. Mrs. Fred : Rutherford motored '.o Memnhls Fi-ldny. The Rev. v. 13. cimlfnnl and Misses Biltic Nelson. Carolee Wood and Amy liulh Morris returned yesterday from Jonesboro where they attended the Ynung People's Assembly of Mclhoillsl, churches. Ihc liev, Mr. chalfant was dean of the assembly. AdcJIsoii Smith, accompanied by nis inother, Mrs. J. p. Snijtli, and son, Wallace, have gone lo -Hillsboro, O., -for several days slay with relatives. Upon their return homo they w'lll be accompanied by Mrs. Atldison Smilli mid children, \vlio have been (here for n month. Happy Corner Students Visit Zoo at Memphis Because many of her students had never seen the Mississippi river, the zoo or Ovrrlon park nt Memphis, Mrs. Marvin Luue look Ihc pupils of Ihc Happy Corner school lo Memphis yesterday. The 43 who made the Irip In n truck Included several of Ihc par- nils, some of whom had never- vltltcd the zoo. | Lunch WHS spread in Ihc park, [ Ine KOO circus was seen at 2'30! o'clock ami the large zoo and- park were Inspected. Huppy Corner school is northwest of Lcachvillc. FairParaciiu'tis'fc Lands in Society ' ™: a " d M" W. V. Alexander en \^\f nS ' ° f 05SMla ' h;1 « tak- w»i \ ^°' J< * i! P anm ™t on West next « \ rCCt> a " d *"' motc h "^ next «cck. Mrs Aioxanner I, the former M* s spencer Semm's Buck of Osceola. M r AIe\andcr is oo- , " r ? ntl Mr = John o'Shea left oday for their home in Tallnlah La, afcr R two weeks stay here! Mr ™S. C acc °™P=>riied home by Mrs. O Shea's mother. Mrs. W A h <> wl» "sit thorn 'for - Orcen was ! » is jcstcrday. , IS \ p - , M - M*. of Tcxarkana, vi«n in ? n hcrc lor a w « visit with Ilcr daughter, Mrs Jessec still, and Mr. Stilt, left ™». !?T ^^ S!lc was a «°'»»? H y anothcr daughter, Mrs. Marlon A Zioncheck, of Seattle, wash, and Washington, D. c -nho has been here. Mrs. Zion- check plans to. return here for a longer slay after a visit with her parents at her foimcr home Mr Mrs. G. Lillard 'and son, "j w , Mehodist Revival At Manila Ends Thursday MANILA. Ark.-The revival at tlic Methodist church closed last Thursday night, n began Sunday August 10. The Rev. \\Mliford, pastor of the Methodist church at Po- tanomas. Ark., held the meeting livcnty-scveti were converted with nearly that many additions lo the church Rev. John Harrison, vaster of the Manila Melhodist church preached in Pocahontas Snndny for the Rzv. Wlliford. Barney fhrel- kaW had charge of the singing Gosnell Tlie Gosnell Woman's Missionary Union met nt the church ] Thursday afternoon wr.cn Mrs. J. I W. Crawford gave the devotional [ from Luke, Mrs. Edgar Brown gave a talk on tithing, nnd th= Rev. J. L. Kcwsom spoke on "Personal Service and Home Missions." Includes in Ihe 16 present were these guests: Mrs. Bennic Brown, the Rev. nnd Mrs. J. L. Kcsvsom. Mrs. Lillard and Mrs. Charles Ccok. It was announced that eight new members had been added. Mi&s Frcdie Crawford, Mrs. Silas Needham. Mrs. Roy Crawford. Mrs. LDS- he Dorris. Mrs. Robert, Sanders, Miss Gladys Eslcs, Mrs. Hansard, and Mrs. Sipcs. I The next meeting will be hcldl Thursday aflcniOMi at the home! of Mrs. Bottle Hemphill. Beautiful Inga Limlgrcn will juinp at (he chance lo prove that shcs ns daring as •ornamental, lor she's an expert parachute jumper, said lo bo Ihc only woman in her profession in Sweden, bile's also-the toast o£ Stockholm society. ""' Osceola Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jackson left hist night for a moUir trip to Chicago, He will be awiiy for a week while Mrs. Jackson will remain for u visit of several' weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L I, Van- dervooii. • • ; . Belly Ann Whltwortlrcnlcrlaiii- cd-twenty-five young: people- with a hay ride Thursday nighl. Garni? were enjoyed afterwards at her homo near Driver, and the' girls spent the night. Chaperons wero her mother, Mrs. John whllworth Mrs. E. S. Shippcn nnd Mrs. W S Van Clevc. JoEcphhib Scurlock i elitcrlalncti twelve of her friends with a scavenger hunt Thursdajvnlnht complimenting her honssguesls, Marlon and Margaret Perdvock of Forrest City. •'•'•' ...' . i Mr. rind. Mrs. J. A. Gwaltnc> and Bonny returned Thursday night from a motor trip through 'the eastern stales, returning by w of Camp Lure, near Ashcvllle, O., to bring their daughters Carolyn nnd Betty Jane, home. .,• Mrs. 1J. j, McGe'c 1ms returned lo her home In Atlanta, Ga, r after a month's, visit with her mother Mrs. w. E. Burton.. They spent the past ten days In,Hot. Springs Mirs Ellen Dlxon of Danvillo Ark., is (bo Kms i o{ her s!j |. e M |^ Elizabeth Ermen, ; Mallory Harwell nnd Miss Catherine Harwell returned Inst night from a motor trip In North Carolina and East Tennessee. Miss Adelaide Shull of Nashville returned with them for several days visit Manchuria Tratic Up WASHINGTON. (UP) -A large Increase in exports from Manchuria lo Ihc United states of soybean products and of other seeds and oils on which United States duties have not b;en In- srcasodr fa expected In the 1936- S7 marketing season, according to' the Department of Commerce. Ice Cream Branch Store Is Opened At Osceola OSCEOLA, Ark. - The Doublc- Dek Ic« Cream Co. of Memphis nurncd a branch retail store in Osceola this week In the D. M. Moore building on Hale Avenue recently occupied by Osceola Cleaners and Dyers. The building has been recently rc-dccoratcd Tlic company. . owned by Myron Garbo a brother of Jan Garbo popular orchestra leader, has othei stores In Blytheville. Forrest City nnd Jonesboro. Edward Coals of Brownsville, Tenn., is liic man ager of the Osceala stove. ORDERS TAKEN PUR "BERNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS FREE Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. C. Haley : " 11M Chlckasawba. Phono 792 -•-• Manila Youths Return FromC. M. T. C. Camp MANILA, Ark.—The Manila boys who enrolled in tlie CMTC this year have completed their traln'- InB.nntl returned home lust nt-ht They reported a very succcssfu month win, each of them receiving medals and awards . Thc'v Wi-i-p in Company B. They arc-.' ,: Edward Reynolds, winner of n slinrp shoot-sr medal for rifle fire a marksmanship mednl in machine BUD, and wns also selected bv the offlccrsns the best second year man hi Company B. .Hoy_Moofe,. : ii|.'h-school alhlcfe, ecctvcd medal for baseball pltch- li,'. Herbert Poe won a murks- anshlp mcdnl in bot |, rinc nnd machlno gun. PQ-, intends to cn- ter ArkiiiLsas state college this yci,r. John u. cowans, basic man, rc- wi^ecl marksmanship j,, rlrlc George Farmer nlu | J. c. Scott each received a medal for marksmanship. j nck ucery, cenler on h|gh n( sehoo, basketball teain. Closer Checks on Tree Fires Made Possible WASHINGTON '(UP)-To licit) '• determining the degree of fire nm« plans for a " cumulal c hmmdlty record nave been adopted at Grand Tcton National Park, o- Hie Interior Department rms "ounced. The Region Four Fire ntrol Mimiml of tlie United >tes Forest Service will form the •is of the project. } iiily humidity records were .„!,,'. °" J "" c n - "sing 37 pc, < it lelativc humidity as tlie normal average. Readings for „, neli-day period therenftcr iiull- iitcd a slight excess of moisture ou-i normal years. Further con. sions will be announced Iron lime lo time. Two CCC camps arc assigned tc nnd Tc-lon National Park ;m< e available, at the first report- forest fires, lo "carIT out the technique of suppression and n e control which arc among the dut- IM m which all cnrollecs are drill- infra-red panoramic photographs, taken for forestry technicians of the National PnrV ," c ' also arc helpful In early These photographs sharpen nil outlines, clearly dennc the horizon, rceardlcss of any ordinary haze iirescnt when the iiictnre is taken, and provide a panoramic Pic lire by tisc of which, checking will) a map, the fire lookout man may quickly determine the loca- lioii of suspicious smoke. HES CIIUKCH OK TIIK NAZAKKNK Vine and 2nd Sfs. Harmon Holt, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. E. E. Evnns, supl, Morning worship, 11 a.m. Service at liurdclte, 2:30 pm N. Y. P. S., 7:15 p.m. Mrs. J. C. Crincr, pastor. Evangelistic serylho, 8 p.m.- We hove been having a fine evan- Bdlslll meeting at Burdettc. The llev. C. J. Hamilton will close Ihc meeting there tonight. This 7ill lie followed by a meeting ut Morris cliajicl with the N, Y. I> S sixmsoring the services nnd the pastor will preach. :' Everyone Is cordially invlled to these services. FULL GOSl'EI, CilUHC'II Vino and Lilly $ts; •W. O. Singlettrry, Paslor Sunday school, 9:45 ft'.m, N;- w, Trantham, supl] Morning worsljip follows. Young People's mecliiig,6:45 pm, • Evangelistic meeting,,"!.^ ,p. ln . Topic: "Grants That Presage Christ's Coming." Prayer niccling each Tuesday an< Friday nights. HHST METIIOU1ST CHUKCil Seventh and Main W. V. Womack, Pastor Our revival sen-ices begin Sun clay. The evangelist will bring his first message at the Sunday evening hour, 7:45 o'clock. The pastor will )ise for his subject at the morning hour, "Overcoming Faith." Church school, 0:45 a.m. Leagues 7:00 p.m. Ilcvival services each day through llic week at 0:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m We invite tlie public to nil our iervices. SATURDAY, Fly in $5000 Aerial Derby FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and Eighth Alfred Carpenter, Pastor 0:30 a.m. Sunday School. 10:35 a.m. Worship s-rvicc Pas lor's Sermon topic Heai I relt Re liBion." Special music mbed qmi- lello and a solo by Miss Anne lompklns. 6:30 p.m., Baptist Triining Un • ton. \ 7:30 p.m., Worship service Pas tor's Sermon topic A Religion of Power." MYedneslrij night 7 0 clock • Church ' night leachcrs mcetin' 1:00 pjn. Prajcr meeting 7 30 pm SICCOND BAPTIST CHURCH .The Rev. r W Varuoi imloi of the church at New LibcrU \ull preach hero' Snndnj morning 11 o clock, mid Sundaj nlghi 730 o clock. j.! All-other icgular seruces will lso be 1 held The public is muled • IAKE S'i'RiET METHODIST *" CHURCH Vrrnoii fc Chilfint Pastor Revival son Ices will be held nt ine following periods cich week day: : Morning services, 10:00 o'clock. Children's service, 3:30 p ni Young People's service, 6:45 pin Evening service, 7:30 p in The pastor will preach at both Sunday services tomorrow It is Imperative that we give emphasis in™ ,, scl ' vicwi - Morning hour, 10.30 o clock, evening 7:30 o'clock. Hie Rcv.iG. ex.Taylor, tvilf deliver his ikst sermon Monday A mast cordial 'welcome is given to all to share with us in these fellowships. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Carroll B. Clo.vd, Faslor Bible school, 9:45. j. o VVcst . brook, Supt. Those interested in the work of the church will be on time so that all services may begin at the hour announced •Morning worship, :o:'50. Sermon, The True Definition of Man" Christian Endeavor meatiiv at 7 Special program and very import- 1 * A " Four outstanding women pilots taking part in the 55000 Ruth Chatlcrton six-day sportsman pilots' derby to the National Air Races in Los Angeles arc pictured above. They are, top, Marjory Gage, 19, New York. City; left center, Cccilc Hamilton, 19, youngest U. S. transport pilol; right center, Evelyn Hudson, .Glcndalc, Calif.; and, lower ' photo, Peggy Salaman, London society girl. Thc derby ends officially at San ; Diego • on Sept. 3. •— per ships are generally regarded as seaplanes and not vessels inasmuch as most of their (ravel is In- Ihe air. He also expressed doubt lhat when California legislators in 1914 enacted the present taxation iaw as regards vessels that they were farsightcd enough to have foreseen and intentionally Included trans-Pacific airplanes within Ihe exemplions of the law. The lax fight now hinges on the Interpretation' of what is' meaiit by the word ""habitual" as regards the amount of time the cuppers spend at their Alameda base. Officials of Ihe company say the average slop of the clipper ships at Atameda between runs to the Orient is only eight days. Queer Talent Due to M-'an's 'Dual Brain' SYDNEY, N. S. W. (UP)—There Is n man in Sydney who can <to livo entirely different things at once, and do them well. He is Stirling Wilkinson, known to his friends as the man witli Hie "dual brain." Among other accomplishments, he can write different words and sentences simultaneously with both hands. He can write tlie same wording backwards. He can also QO tsvo separate drawings at the fame time. ii , ,|ia! 4 As u uookkecper he will : tie.' particularly envied as ii« can make simultaneous entries—Ihe figures with one hand and the items with the other. Wilkinson s;iy.s that he was porn that wiiy. As a child, he round that he was writing backwards with is left hand—to ihc aitcomiorc. of his teachers, wlio had to use a mirror lo read his writing. Specialists who examined him, decided that be had a disease of the brain. To induce correct writing with Ihe right hand they strapped his k>U m-ni to his wily. When he entered college lie jealously guarded liis secret After n time he committed some misdemeanor and was given 4(10 lines to write. Uy using-Doth hands at once he completed Hie tusk iti half [lie time t, lkcil by the o[her toys. The astonished master accused him of having another boy o help him, and then Wilkinson Jiad lo explain ],i s ability to do two things at once. After that, his detention was.double that of the other bovs. Mother and One" Living Sextuplet Seek Csrnegie Medal For Man Who Lost Life LAMAR, Arl; Aug. 27 (UP)— Friends of John S. Garner; M who lost his life in rescuing • seven-year-old boy who was about to be struck by „ train, 1 MVC started a movement to 1 \ obtai Clipper Planes Held Not" Ships In Tax Ruling SAN FRANCISCO " (UP) — Pan American Highways' three triins- Pacific flyers, the China, Htuvaiinn and Philippine Clippers, will have o avoid resting too long if they nrc to avoid taxation in California, according lo the latest rnl- g of stale taxalion anlhorilies. Attorney General U. S. Webb has ruled lliat the clippers are livxablc in California if they arc habitually nt the Alamcda airport. The company had demanded exemption from taxation on the grounds that the transoceanic clippers were vessels and thus exempt from taxation under a sec- lion of Ihe state constitution. Webb ruled, however, that clip- Garner -was one' of" the b-st known residents in Johnson coi;n- y and was a pioneer in tbc pe industry. , ,- A11 no ti ne ing Dr. Chas. Sclierer Chiro|>odist Will be at the store Wednesday, Sept. 2nd Phone 138 l-'or Appointment Floyd A. White Shoes & Hosiery Rita Theatre Bid;. P1LC.K1M UITHKKAN CHUKCII i U. J. Klcindieusl. iv,( or Sunday school. 9 a m , ' 5 ,;, Vl T IVW ? rsllip ' 10 »-n>. Sermon .topic: Divine Power Over Human Siiircring." spceial congregational I meeting after the service [ You are invited to hear the message of Christ Crucified. — I | Business Kccoril : STOCKHOLM (UP>_The eldest 1 chartered industrial ..concern in the wrld-U the copper mine at raun I m Dalccarlla. The mine has b-eri-' under the same continuous owner'! ship since 1220. and so much ore lias been taken from It that its WIG Pay Cash For 2nd Hand Furniture • Phone 1031 •Hubbard 2nd Hand Furniture Store Near (JofT Hotel Squirrel Thieves NAPOLEON, o. (UPl-Oharlc,! Colcman, keeper at Forest Hill! Cemetery, believed that boys committing thefts at [he tcry, until he saw a pair of rels scamper away with „ (lag marker and a flower sql . small I , 311(1 T , Job Main & Division Raymond Schmuck. Lcasce Miss Margaret Momtt announces the r, of her STUDJO OK DANCING Monday, September 7 AMERICAN LEGION HUT ,,?'• regislratioi) or information call -Mrs. U dollies Wiishcd i n W;itci- 'with Zero-hardnoss arc CLEANER . . . WHITER Every drop of water we use in laundering your cblhes is softened to zero-hardness . - - lo this soft water is added a. pure soap, so Bciille in iu clonnsing properties Hint you can use it for biilliing the mosl tciuler skin. Try (his ln-dcr lituiMlcriu?. ; • ; • • vou'll liiul il good clotlir.s iiisurnncc," 327 BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY Mother of sexluplets, only one of whom lived/ Mrs. Adeline Bpeichinger, 30, Mention,'Mo., Jarm woman, is shown here \vilh her surviving baby, Marjorie Louise, who weighed 10 pounds at birth. Mrs. Speichinger already had five hoys and. four girls, the oldest 15. Less than two weeks alter the mulV tiple. birth, Mrs. Speichingef had resumed her household duties, Cosily Insrcl I'esl OTTAWA, "out. (UP)-Government experts estimate thai the European spruce saw-fly, introduced accidentally in Canada in 1930 has destroyed at least 0,000 square milss of once rich forests in Gaspc, and is spreading Into Nova Scotia] and further into Quebec. iEJL|£> .(JOOLEST SPOT IN TOWN! Head Courier News Want Ads. Saturday Only JURRAV! He's Bach ftgain! Cartoon, anil Serial—"i'lianloni Rider" with Bucli Jones Adiu.—Mntince & Ni;ht—10 £ 25c With le Tax —Continuous Sliouinj;— Sunday - Monday CLIPPE r.iran-ount Nc«>; and Shorts Aclm.—Malir.cc * Xi-rhl—10 & 33c With le Tax —Ccntim:niis Showing— TUKSDAY, Slii'T. 1 — S7S.OO HANK MIJHT! :-«MINO SOO.V- AN'TIIO.NV ADVEKSE" vvilli I-'rcilcris Marsh. 'i'lCCAniM.V JIM" ni'|, Holicrt Mimicomory anil JTnihi: livnns. "ITXAS KANGKUS" with Fred 'GORGEOUS HUSSY" with Join {'rav.fcrd and Kobcrt Taylor. SPECIAL! SHAUKEY-LOHiS FKJHT At Ihc R!(7. Sunday and Jioiulay No Advance In Prices!

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