The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 31, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 31, 1936
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• PAGE TWO BLYI'HEVILLB (ARK.) COWUtiR NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 193C Le Orine Hutchins Will Wed Holland A. Bracllev , I Dr, rind Mrs. W. P. Hulchins, ol - Church' of ••Christ IMblo study Manila, announced tlio cngage- mccling with Mrs. Buford Martin, menl nf tlieir daughter, Eulaln Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Democratic Women's club inccl- IHotel-Noble, 0:30 A. M. Suave And StieHe 2:30 P. M. Miss Margaret Wright Weds Ira Crawford. The marriage of Miss Mareurcl Orine, to Holland A, Urntllcy, of Ooiwny. The wedding will be sol- eimiizecl October 18, at the Manila Bnptiit church.' The bride elect, \vlio Is well Wright and Ira Crawford known here having graduated ....... ' from the IJlytliovllle high school, received her Inter education nt Arliiinsas Stale College, Joncsboro, , afternoon at the home of the Hcv. Alfred Carpenter, jiastor of Hie First Baptist "church, who peiTonncd the rin'i service The bride wore an autumn frock of niuy .chtflon, cut alonj lail- cre<l lines, esccpi foi long, full sleeves and a .sash of matchtns velvet.' Her accessories' were in the same shade and she wore a corsage of gardenias an-:l lilies, Miss Margaret LoKclle Moore, her only attendant, wore a navy and yellow chlfFcn frock and her cctsagc wns of yellow roses. E. C. I'nlton. was the brlde- grcc-m's best man. After ft t-ricl honeymoon in Memphis Mr. Crawfcrd and his bride will make their 'home Chlcknsawba Avc. Mrs. Crawford, who has liv<xl in thl? city for _ a numb:r (if years, has been eniployed al the county agents' ollicc for the i>asl two years. Mr. Crawford Is welt known here where he has been identified with cotton for a miniuei cf years. He recently resigned as, assfctnnt in cp'.ton adjustment to the county agent to manage the new gin he and Oliver W, Copiicdge arc establishing * * Lk Sou Horn 1 "> A son was born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Conlcy at their home on Lily St. The baby, who weighs sis and three fourth's pounds, has been named Jack .Murk. • . . , and lust year wns a senior nl Arkansas State Teachers college, Comvny. She Is a member of the Phi naln, national music sorority, and (he Delta Phi Delta. Last, year .she was a member, of the Slate Touchers College Debating Bits of News Mostly Personal Earl Morris, of Osceoln, is 'patient at the 'Memphis Baptist hospital |... Mrs. Eula Rutlcdge is moving; "to 1 Jonesoro, . where she-.Is-.toi.mako her home AUtli lici son, Raymond Hjitledgc, nnd Mrs. Rntledge. She has been In ill health for several months. Prior to her leaving she is spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Vail. Mrs: J. T. Hall will arrive home Thursday from Hernando, Miss., where she has teen sending some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Emerson. Her son, Charles, who has been with her will accompany her home, tor a visit before going to Oxford, Miss, where he attends the state university. , j Rex E. Tankerslcy, of Wilson was taken to the Memphis Methodist hospital yesterday. Miss Nell Killclt, of Carulhersville Is a patient at. the Mcmplil: Methodist hospital. , Air. and Mrs. Porter Jordan nnd son, and Miss Lois Stiles left Fii day for their home In Kalnmazoo Mich., niter .visiting Mrs. Jordan's father, C. G. Daniel, and fnmil' and tho family of Miss Stiles They were accompanied home b> Mr. Jordan's sister, Miss Eva Dale who will attend high school in that city. , ,, Perry Cooperman, of Canithers vlllc, has been admitted to 111 Memphis Baptist hospital.' Mrs. J. I,. Branch, ol Wlteor is a patient at the' St. Joseph' hospital, Memphis. Miss Rosa M. Hardy, who ha been spending ttie summer n Gates, Tenn., will arrive today t assume her work abVad of th senior high school. Mr. and; Mrs. Elbcrt Huflma spent jcsterday afternoon in Mem phis. Mrs. E w. Avcry and daugh ters, Nancy Earle and Eintlv Jan left je&torday for their'"Home ' i Haddon Heights, N. J., : .after ""• with Mrs. Apery's parent and Mrs. Joe S Dillatiuiil Mr. Bradley, who is tho son of Dr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Bradley of lilacklon, Ark., Is u graduate of Ifemlrlx college, Conwny. He Is 1111 attorney at, Conway. 'Ihe formal announcement wns made yesterday by Miss Hulchins' parents at their Manila home when 15 of their most Intlmutc friends were guests. Dr. and Mrs. Hulcliins received with 'Miss Hutclilns and her ilance, nnd Mr. and Mrs. w. E. Armstrong. Included in the gneSIs were Miss Virginia Gnlhrie nnd Walter Dunaway, of Conway. The dining table wns decorated 1" a hrldnl motif with tlie lace cover over green mllii. A large cuke, with "Rine nnnd Roily" written across it, was the cenlei|>leec and tin; place were marked witli ny corsages of valley lilies ill- ached to cards which bore the ews. Pink roses were also used o decorate the house. nd Mis. Richard Rice, Mr. and Irs. Fowler, of Gosncll, Allen lann ami..Mr.. Williams went to Icclfool lake Sunday for an out- MI.VJ Blossom Christopher, forni- 'ly ol here and now of Haytl, Irs. J. V. Moore and Mrs. Tom cnnines. of Haytl, sliopgicd here odny. Miss Jean Dark, of Ctiarlcston In, Is tlie Kdesl O f her uncle 'ami unt; Mr. nnd Mrs. O. W Mc- utclien. Miss Orlnc Ilutchins had as her nosls. yesterday licr fiance, Kol- Mr. Mlss Virginia Dunnway, of Luxora Society — Personal Matching Accessories Hie suave black satin street dress and luxurious silver fox scarf look at tliclr best when worn will rather lilgh, black suede sho that have shiny tlnck. buttons. Bradley, a! liithrle and Wnlte lonway. Max. in tell Ins underwent v rr loii- il.cctomy today at ihe Blylhcville ospilal. Miss Jean Bom-land returned csterday from n week s|icnl with clnllres in Riplcy. Tenn. Mrs. Dick Lewis, of Cnruthcrs- ille, sgient the weekend with her a rents, Dr. nnd Mrs. p ij El- loll. . ' Mrs. c. G. Redman 1ms return- d from three weeks spent in Hot Springs, i Morris King Thompson, son of I Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Thompson iroke his left arm lit a fall yes- crday. He is able to be up to- Jny. C. C. Wood wns culled to Dalas. Tex.. Saturday because of the linos of liis sister, Mrs. Willie Crockett, who died last night. Sliois in lli c Durk MIAMI, Fin. (UP)—Two Negroes pushed their way into a Negro theater, searching for somcona in ne audience. One tired a pistol in :ho aisle. The theater emptied The only casualty W ,| 5 n Negro who cut his cy c when he ran'into tlie frame of an exit door. State Legion Commander to Attend Washburn Party A large . number: of le^lou imlres are expected to attend Mi supper mecllng and party at th hiit tomorrow night when Di A. M. Wushbiirn, who Is goin to Boston Friday for a year, i to be guest ol honor. Shariu hcnors with him will b2 Sai Rorex, slate commander of th legion, and lire state nd]utan R. W. Sisson, both cf Little Rock Supper will be served at 3:3 o'clock. Mr. mid Mis. J. J.. Turner of Lclnnd, Miss,, are visiting Mrs Turner's parents, Mr. and- Mrs W. II. Dycss for ten days. Mi and Mrs. Turner arc teachers h the Lclnnd school. Mrs. j. G. Huffman hn:> Im us her guests, her nieces, Edith and Norma Hulfman, of Brighten, Tenn, They returned horns with Mrs, Lon Rhodes, who motored over after them. Announcement has ueen rria ; dc of Ino marriage of Miss Edith Phelps and Ben Pennentcr. Tljey will m:ike 'their home at Rosa. ' Miss Dixie Howard left Sunday for n three weeks visit with -relatives in Jackson and Lexington. Tenn. -'•;, Mr. nn;l Mrs. A. J. Lynch ;and Wlllliim f-i'iicii left Sunday for their home in Flint, Mich., after a visit of several weeks with their mother, Mrs. Walter Lynch and family. They were accompanied as far as £t. 'Louis by their sli'tcr, Vivian, wfiio v/ef.' en route to Sedalij, Mo,, to visit her siKtcr, Mrs. Tom Callls, un- III the lust of September, when Mr. and. Mrs. c.illis will return to tcacli the school term it Hlghlowcr. Mrs. Loyal Willou'ghby and snn, ou Deni). have returned to their lome in Tyronai. Mrs. Willough)}• will be remembered us Elizabeth nenn, nnd was visiting her unit, Mrs. Valley Dudncy. Mr,s. Maxlne Crawford was the week-end gucsL of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Sinlthc. ' . Mrs. Lillian Frccar, of Shrcvc ncrl, Ln., led Monday morning for San Bernardino, Cn'lif., -to visit her brother, Will Mi'fflln Mrs. Frccar hns licen with .her brother, J. I, MlRltn and faniilj for several wecits. Mrs. II. W. Spann nn'rt Mis." Florence Rush returned Sunda; from a three weeks visit In SI Lotiis. witli their sister, Mrs EIniorc Campbell, and guests 6! Mr. and Mrs. Bcrtt Crawford a' hoiiiii! party iti their sixrimci home in Michigan City, Intl. Thej also visited two days with friend: In Chicago. A high-cut, bl|ick suede step-In, trimmed', with patent leather, and l:Iuck suede gauntlets arc'jibt the things',to wear with black satin, crepe or wooleii street 'dresses. ' (Shoes.,by Shelby, New 1 'York) CHURCH EXCUSES : Bj G. W. Barbara — Women Pilots Aid In Placing U. S. Airmarks WASHINGTON (UP) —Mrs. Blanche Noyes, said to be the only pilot ever to fly John D. Rockefeller, Sr.. lias been appointed as un "nlrmarklng pilot" In n $1100- KO WPA program to provide air- markers for location Identification throughout the country. Mrs. Noyes will co-operate with three other women fliers [„ the program that, will provide a rooftop nil-marker, or location Identtfl- cation sign, every 15 miles In every direction throughout i| lc country. The other pilots are Mrs. Louise Thaden. of Little Rock, Ark.- Miss Helen Rickey, of McKeesiwrl p a and Miss Helen MacCloskcy O 'f Pittsburgh. Mrs. Phoebe Omile whose husand was killed in aii airline crash near St. Louis, is In general charge of the four pilots Mis.. Noyes was visiting the home Of Rockefeller in 1930 when • he expressed interest In flying. He was "delighted" with the experience after a night, E i >0 sald . Mrs J Noyes, of Irvington, N. J., was (aught to ny In 1029 by her husband, Dewey L. Noyes, airmail and racing pilot. <J Safely Record NEW YOUK (UP)—Not a person has been killed or injured in the transportation of billions ol pounds ol dynamite or black powder by the railroads of the United States and Canada 'since 1027. They handled 370,000,000 pounds of dynamite and black powder In 1935 alone. Dear Aimt: H lias been almost,, a , | way. Of course, It Is as was week! (eld Archibald, we could not cx- Siies For Divorce Mrs. Clnra May Daniels has filed suit in chancery court here against niiid I... Daniels, asking a divorce on the ground of Indignities. Mrs. Daniels is represented by Holland nnd Barnaul. local attorneys. (li.uil Kcan ,,^SPJiINCl r IELD, Mass. (UP)—A black-eyed string bean 30 Inclici long, was found by Mrs. Mar; Kingston and Mrs. Margaret Hlcci in a nearby garden. < !•/> )OOLEST SPOT IN TOWN I so all we know about him is We heard real good since wo had a letter from you. | pect much from the pastor as Archibald says you must ,l>e sick I he is comparatively new. They or busy planning a cinireh sec-1 say ho has only been here three ml. or something, for it is not years. We, have never met him like you to wait so long before answering our letters and before long, you will have to .-be right im to tlio minute for ' Junior will be l)i|f enough to take an Interest in your letters. Well, It locks like we arc going tg miikc il Tine with tlie church, nnd we will be so happy to work with them. Two members of the board have come over to our side and the pastor is about half- Library Notes Births And Assists Parents FOND DU LAC, Wis. (UP) — When babies are born in Fond du Lac, not only arc they greeted by happy parents, doctors and family fi'i;niis but by n representative of the city library as well. Miss Leila Janes, staff librarian, explains: , , "When a new baby is registered Ihc municipal heiilth officer notifies tlie library, fumtshins the name and iiddress of the parents. We send oiii, to the mother a list of books oh tlie care of infants.' 1 , Not only do parents benefit, but Jiotcnlial library. customers are secured. Miss Janes admits. . what someone told us. it he preached a sermon about children, We feel sure lie had Junior in mind when he was preaching and that. Is why we think he is about to sec how it will help if he can get us to church with Junior. ORDERS TAKEN FOR "BEJINAT" YARN INSTROSnONS FREE Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. C. Haley HUD Chlckasawba Phone 792 The Morning After-Taking Carters Lift le Liver Pills FOR SALE ABPJJZZ1 RYE SEED PRICED RIGHT \V. T. RII.KY New Madrid, Mo. GRENADA COLLEGE A school of.-refinement, culture, and morals for girls. . . Lovely home atmosphere. Art, Music, Voice, Chorus, Physical Kducation. Home Economics, Secretarial Courses, and Liberal Arts Reasonable prices. Operated by the Methodist Episcopal Church,' South, Grenada, Mississippi W. C. Newman, Dean AGAIN WE INVITE YOU TO MEMPHIS' ANNUAL "GREATEST EVENT" MID-SOUTH FAIR AND RODEO MEMPHIS SEPT. 14-19 THE SOUTH'5 GREATEST AGRICULTURAL LIVESTOCK FARM AND POWER MACHINERY SHOW Presenting this year a great array of Instructive and Entertaining Features. ADMISSION PRICE Adults 50c Children 25c FREE GRANDSTAND LET'S GO SEPTEMBER H-19 Head courier Nc\vs Want Ads. Sunlight is about 018,000 times is bright as the light of n full WASH and $| Grease Job -* I Standard Esso Service Sla. Main & Division Raymond Sclunuck, Lcasee They were Accompanied by .Ruth Dillnhunty who will spcn the winter there and attend schoo Mr. and Mrs v. B. Joynei- na as their guest Mr. Joyncr's sister Mre. w. M. Mcciendon, of Jackson, Miss., 'who arrived yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. ' Joyncr and children met her in Memphis. Mrs. E B Rogeis and daughter. Miss Dorothea, and Miss Orine Hutehlns, were in Memphis Thursday. Mr. and Jfrs Jame Carter and family, Mr. and Mrs"; A. B. Gann and family, Mr. and Mrs. w W| dner, Mr. and Mrs. Moody Mr Announcing' Dr.. Clias. Scherei: .Chiropodist Will be at tho store Wednesday, Sept. 2nd Phone 130.For Appointment •Floyd A. White Slipcs <t Hosiery . . RJt2 Tlicafre BMg. Get ijoiir clothes ready for Full with our BETTER CLEANING SERVICE Us only a matter of days now 'until you'll need your fall clothes for tliOKC cool (lays. Ur> renriy. SBIH) 115 your fall suits, sweaters, dresses, etc., and we'll return them immaculately clean and ready for wear. For Whiter, Brighter Clothes Try Our LAUNDRY I'hone 180 NU-WA .LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Last Time Today iKf WPS w «B mius rmi smi in louoom , CHINA x CLIPPER PAT O'BRIEN t'iirniiiouiil News anil Shorts —Admission— Mrlincc—10 & 25c—With Ir. T:i\ Niglit—10 & 35e— With le Tax SPKCIAL! SHAHKKY-LOUIS KIGHT Al the Kit?. .Sunday anil Monday !V'o Advance In Trices! TUESDAY IS BANK NIGHT! Veil , \KO-Uaa flCnj^l Novelty Shorts n atlmrt (),„ ji,,n llf( , rursilay, rcRMlc.l nml hnvc , clianrc lo \vi» r.niik Deposit willi- cul licins present Tucsilay .NiglM -COMING SOON— "ANTHONY AlJVKttSK" will, 1'rcilciir Alnn,h. "riCCADll.T.Y .1IH" win, tSohcrl Montgomery ,-\urt Madg« KVMIS "TEXAS UANGKKS" wilh l'rc.1 MacMurmy. "OOliOKOUS 1IUSSV" with JOM Cranfrml sncl Hobcrl Taylor. 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-room, a glider for 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 products sincerely and truthfully. Follow 'them and learn how to. pick "plums." a LL:

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