The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 1, 1936 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 1, 1936
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK;)' COURIER NEWS Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Church of Christ Bibb study meeting with Mrs. Buforrt Martin, 2 30 P. M. .Sunbeams meeting rirst Baptist ' church, 4 p lii FRIDAY'S EVENTS Executive bo<n d, WMU., First Baptist church, nice ting with Mrs. Theodore Logan, 2:30 P. M. Have Family Reunion' O..AV. Crawford'wis 16 years-of age S»ndnv so his grand daughter, "Mlss"Eunlcc" Crawford,- assisted by Mis G W Crmfoid, plan- red n family celcbi.ition Rl Mr, 'Crawford's' home,' 211? 'Chlckasaw- l)a Ave. Included in the guests were Mr. and ! Mrs. Robert.- Sniiders of Holland, Mi and Mrs Dick Cruw- •ford and Mr. and Mrs. Wes Crawford,'of Gosiicll, G. W. Crawford nnd daughter, "Misses' Jessie and Geraldinc Crawford. * • Con. .AV. J. nrivcr To Address \Vomcn The part the women enn play in tfic national election will be told by Con. \V. J. Driver at a meeting of the Democratic Wo- m'en'.^ club Friday morning, D;30 o'clock, at the Hotel Noble. The public is invited. In JVlood and Mode For Fall Bits of News Mostly Personal Herman nets and Morris Zellner are attending to business in Memphis today. Mrs. J. s. Gcsell will return tomorrow from Little. Rock mid points of Texas w'nerc she has been visiting relatives for seveial weeks. Mrs. Frank Dulancy and children left' yesterday aflcruoon for Meridian, Miss, because . of. the serious illness of nn aunt, Dr. Sara Castle. Misses Annabel Brjant Evelyn Blythc anrt Eunice Brogdon spent the weekend in Little Hock with Miss Jo\ce Heulcj, who is attending Draughon't Business tol lege. Mis 0 M ntlrlcy. of Osccoln, fc. T liattent nl the Memphis .Baptist hospital Miss May Hays, of Osccoh, has been admitted lo the Memphis Baptist hospital ' Claude Gri>Bor>- of Ciiriilhci;$- "He, was Uikcn lo the fat Josephs hojpilnl Memphis, jestcrdny. Duke Gamer returned to Monroe, La, -last weuk lo'emoll'a! N O L S U foi nib second sear cf pre medical uoik HC : is Ihc son cf Mr mil Mrs M 1! Garner. Mis Gltllnni btnuej hns returned fioii Hot Spilnjs \\hc-rc •she has Ucn taking the baths While (hero nlie was \raled bj Mr and Mis Will Pjles wht formcily lived'here Dr and Mrs Hunter C Sims ami son Huntci have icturrin from n visit In •> point 1 ; of Arkail- Tallulah and New Or- , - "• -^•n.-j nJin Yvjiiuii to business ycstcr- arc,worn. So much so Ihat £35, BllOX leans Arch Linrisey, who ivns injure: In an automobile accident sevcr.i days ago, is non coalescing a his' home. Jesse H. Webb returned honn this inoruln; from Chicago, whe ho attended day. L. G. Nash and B. S. Slmincr.1 returned last nijht frcni a bast ness trip to Greenville, Miss. Mrs. . L. : G. • Nash will r.rrlv home tcday after n week's sta in Hopkmsville Ky Miss Laminda McCulsUm spcn Sunday-. with' friends nnd rela tiles in Paris, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allei and daughter have returned fro 1 .; Haivij', where t!i:j' sp:nl summer at Camp liio Vistn. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ward an sen, Lloyd, will return later 1 the week from Camp P.IO Vista Kp.rdj ,\hcre they !me beer, spending the summci Mrs. I". F. Blomcycr .and son. Gerald, visited relatives in Cnmp- t.Uc briiumed hot icly high shoes tched 1'UESDAY, SEPTEMBER Osceola Society — Personal Mrs. J. C. Scurlock left. Sunday for an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. C. S. King and Mr. King at Tallulah, La. Mr. and Mrs, E. O, Skinner of Pontlac, Mich., are hore'idr a visit with Mrs. Skinner's parents, Mi nnd Mrs. Dave Gwaltncy, Miss Mabel Ambiirii of Jones- Ijoi-o. 1 district WPA superlvsor of ttimen's professional projects, will be in town' today and tdmoiTow Inspecting the local work. ' ' Mrs. J. C. Schooler has returned from St/Louis where she went to buy fall merchandise' for her new .store, which will open Friday tn the Rorum building. i S. Ilurlon was a business vls- llm in Memphis Sunday. •Miss Evelyn Walters, of Msm- phls, was the guest of Mrs. William Stewart the past few da)5 Mrs. W. D. Jacksoii qf" \Alt\e Hock, slate chairman of WPA mn- Mc work is in town, today; si, e Is to hold a three 'day institute for county workers In Blythevlllc this week. All Twins. All in One Family •••••»——^^_i.i.- • .-••..i-......-...' . ./ . Lowclown Is That They Are Very Much On Up ; And Up' . HV MAIUAN YOUNG -' NBA ficrvirc Sfaff Correspondent touches, |nnd 'rjatci: If yon am modernle heels, uy nil means" get Micm, cs]icclnlly for the street. There has been a good deal of l.ilk about heels getting higher and higher, tin), but, in every .im- liorlnnt collcclloii there arc ninny lower types. This Is a fall when the women who makes a regular filing case of her handbag ought lo be shout- lug wilh joy., You can get huge Purses, cut on Just as smart lines ........... ni Petite hags. Crocodile (this will YORK.—Accessories styles' OTI "' mol ' c tlla » o\ia season), .pin '"""" sue"", llznrd and sleek calf the hlBhlligilcd lealhcrs. Novelty models Include those «;Ilh small watches set in ul the sides, cxltn compartments for "iiarcls and matches, attached combination,? , ot suco,o r»_• "''•. -r j- . rp' nl will slrlkc your fancy. L ' e »0lt tvatlgeflSt 10 more comfortable in nre attaining new..-highs -ti,| s • f n n., Crowns of huts arc taller. Shoes! 01 ' 0 icach lilghcr. Gloves extend far- " (her atovc (he wrists. Scarfs are knotted high at thc throat. Belts :irc vvorn high nbout'the waistline.! Conduct Services Here Mrs. Florence Irene 'Travis, arllst-cvarigclist of Detroit, Mich., will ; conduct a Bible picture revival at (hu First Assembly of tied church Sunday. September Thrills Abound After 10-Year Blindness Ends \ SYDNEY (W)—After (en years of total blindness, Roy K. ken- diltk, of Bond I,- suddenly recov-' creel his sight while shaving. Kciidrlck was blinded -In a soccer match In 1B20 when he was 22 years old and had reconciled himself to the doctors' verdict thit lie would never sec again. ' 'When T was shaving," he said, T felt a strange sensation In my eyes. I thought I could see my face in the mirror, hut • imaging-' linn has played some strange tricks on me in the last few years. I rushed out of my room and saw (he sky—blue, with white clouds. Then I went back to finish my shaving. I drcrsed'by touch In the »>v I have learned, and then (vent out into the street. It was all vngitc, but wind I felt could not be described. Buildings I remember having passed scores or UIIIKS. I cmild sec them—and women dressed very differently -from 10 years ago. I kept noticing things and reading advertisements -anything. Then I ran back to (he hotel, over-joyed, laughing, in Ing nnd kissing everyone. I toiildirt help -it. It was difficult io focus at first, but I am getting used to my eyes again. When I want anything, my first impulse is , to reach out to-touch it rather | than look." - , •... i ' France's current air strength is estimated to be approximately joOO inilltary.aircraft, of which-10(10 ire 1 said to t - ' ' 'Stop, Look and Listen' Fails to Save Drivers CALDWELL, Ida. (UP) - Af(e the narrowly escaped death when a railroad train hit their motor car as they stopped to "look and listen" at a crossing, Grant Ward, and Floyd Southward decided there wasn't much truth in the old railroad warning sign. The men stopycu their car on a siding to let a train pass on thc trunk line of the railroad. The train unexpectedly turned off on I the siding, striking the car. Had j they gone on, disregarding (he "stop" sign, they would have escaped unscathed, they said. These four sets of twins in one, family stole (he .show at the firth annual convention of the Twins' Association in Ft. Wayne, Ind., attended by a crowd of more than 1,500. The six boys and two girls shown' here 1 are the children of Mr. and Mis. T. Clark of Zanesville, Ind. Left to right arc Robert and Ross, 14; Don and Dale, 12; Joe ami J:ifn, 10; and Mildred and Margaret. 6. The public' is .cordially iuvit- lo attend. Ice Cream Supper There will be an ice creaai sun- 'Per at Lone Oak Friday !ii<?iit for the benefit of Ihc church. 'I he public is invited. I ne, , c of these high touches mv i kc >' rl "Bs anil spnca, for cosmetics. as Important as the dresses ] llew 1)a B ls umbrella -s!mi>«l suils or coats with which thcyt wllh it , tetter to have really good ac- ccssorlcs with a very inexpensive area than -..uninteresting shoes . n , natbae, -gloves aud stockings will,': Un "',? (1 a dress, that rcDrescnts most, of four nllowance cxt ™ |lolls of succlc appll- °" lo ''^emblc the folds that slmv whcl1 n I'arasol Is closed ofillr ' lilols f " thc , ,hn, ,rn - aS increns -<l '«' nbollt llco 'lunnif the past ycnr- bell, Me., yesterday. They actcmpRnied by, Mrs. L. If. ncttc and daughters \,ho to Kenuett for the day iver; Bur- went Mrs'' . Tenri.. mother of Mrs. -. and Miss . Marilynn Burnettc, remained for si longer stay wilh relatives. Miss Connie Johnson, of Dyersburg, has -arrived here lo ta connected with the Ion Isaacs store. Mrs. C. E. Crlgcer, R. N. Hill jr.. Mrs. Bernard Ootch and Miss Helen Phillips spent jfjsterdav in Mfmph" KiUi r On.y-Ics C.igjer IH, who is at- Campbell's Clinic. He is resting .very wel! but will net bo' nble tp return home as scon as had been planned. MiJ-c !.Balkin of Webb, Miss, has arrived here lo be In 'charge of •'. the.: 'clothing- derwrlmcnt of Joe Isaacs' store. Joe Isaacs AM Miss Jessie Elite are m St. Louis on a buying trip They will be away until the -last of -the week. iliss Millie • Allison Is in Memphis today. Posey Dri\er, of O<cco!a, !s thc RUCft of her aunt, Mrs T L. Mc- Hancy, and Mr. .' McHaney, lor a few days Buenos Aires Is now. only 41-2 ays from New York City by air. office and o,, (hc'strcct-lbc otli-i ft 1 to give the frock ,, dressier n j,-i iat makes 1 appropriate for lea i iiiclicon and bridge parties. '' Acctpoiirs Traiiiform Drew Flat-heeled Mark suede oxford' (probably with the' new square •llh -^_ Cloves, lumd-stitcticd 01 sewn up the sides witli strip-, j» leathc-r,.« bdinmed hat. with high crown imd im ,,lllgat or ta g i'.c lovely f or informal occnsionr, with n trimly laiiored drew of sheer blnck woolen. For variety .'«ve rust or green suede belt and Jlcrts as well. ; To make the samp dress tlo 1 sr«in nftcr " 0[Iic<! "rtivilies. 1 wear suede pumps or rather high one- • Urti Ucs ' '''sW-ltling suede or Motun gloves, suede bag nnd a nrc«y liat with a high feather. •' ws .which are nnlslicci with uKHcns instead of lies make JIMVS !!',!?.. I ; vi " ( "' Gh»«« that lace up to the ankle arc "'"""" Liquid. Tablets Salve. Nose Drops Try "lt<ill-.ll.r-T!sni"_ World's licst Liniment rcbes rcbcs. heels th6 smartest ward-s you can have spv- \nl:& of fall street shoes, bct- pi.! have sciifficss leather Announcing -Dr. Chas. Sdierer Chiropodist Will be at the store Wednesday, Sept. 2mi Phone no For Appointment Floyd A. White Shoes t t Hosiery Rilz Theatre Bl,-i^ Ot Y ' 1 *k A 1 ^M Ml I i i COME DOWN AND FI6HT LIKE A MAN COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN TONIGHT IS $75 BANK NIGHT! KNOWS YOU 1 DRINK - STREN6TH- BUILDING MILK FROM CRAIG'S DAIRY MALARIA In .1 davs COLDS nrsl ,| ay Hcadaclir, 30 minutes i be out of'dalj. ; TOO I.ATK TO CI,,\SStFY UUSIN'KSS DIKGCTOKV ; PIANO STUDIO REOPENING . MRS. U N. MATHIS Piano - - - Harmony Q25 W. Main Call 277-J WASHand GrcaseJob Standard - KS.SO Scrvii-i: Sta. Jlnln *; Divisich Raymond Sehmuclt,'' Leaser -FUi:. I IJKS,!!, -WHOLE CHAUi-Si milk'nill keep, resistance hiRli nnilj develop cnrlcrivclghts inlo slurily, 1 lively youutrstcrs. GRADE A RAW MII,K Qiinrl ...» iflc h'int ,; c Hullcrniilk, Q( fi r •0_UB\OJICW1I . . . Novelty Shorts —Admission— '. Intincc—10 ft 2oc—With Ic Ta: Night—10 >t 3Sc—With li: T.i\ atnil Ix^nds nright Touch jatln ic»r P Is C "nd IC olh" shiny 'FOR SAtK ABRUZZI RYE SEED THICED niGiir w. T. IUI.EY •New Madrid, Afo. I c Pay Gash For 2nd Hand Furniture . Phone Hubbard 2nd Hand Furniture Store Near GofT Hold Weds. - Thurs, 'Girls Dormitory' . With Herbert Marshal'], Rttlh CliiiUcrton and Simonc Simon Selected Shorts '—Aihr-issimi— JIalii-rc—10 * 25c-MVilh Ic Tsv NiShl-IO A- 3Sc—Willi le Tax -COSilNT, SOON- "ANTHOXY ADVEKSE" will WrrtcriR Marsh. "MCCAim.lA- ,n.M" will, liohcrl SIoiilKOraory niirt MI«| W Evan "TEXAS JiAXGKRS" with I.'rci! Slac^Iurray, "GORGKOUS 'HUSSY" wilh .loan Crawford and Hobcrt Taylor. Oldest and Youngest Set Mountain Record GOVERNMENT CAMP, Ore. (UP)—Mount Hood has given away before another climbing record is season. Up to Ihe peaK n,nv^ rcet above sea level went ' little 5-year-old Hurry Callicolc in company with his father, Paul, just a few days after Mrs. Irma T. Springer, 7-1, Portlnml, became the oldest worn ah ever to reach the summit. Pasadena Organizes Siiper Sleuth Bureau -.PASADENA. Cill. (UP)—Following the; example of Berlin, Vienna and oilier continental cities, Pasa- ctein has i ist Installed in organi- -nlion of super sleuths to adapt a scientific • knowledisc or ordinary police problems. Police officials believe they are thc first to endow any American city witli this new organization ami technique' for the detection of crime. Get Rid of Malaria! fanifh Chills and Fever! To conquer Malaria, you must dn two ii?' W Dcslro >' ll« iufcclion in Ihc blood. (2) Build up the blood to overcome the effects and to forllfv against 5i r '. ll ^. il " ! ! ck -?: l '."' ! «<'™ medicine lint slioys hc_raiil.jrial infection i,, the blood while the iron builds uj)llin blMtl.Tlioii- sands of people have conquered Mahri Chill lomc is plcasanl to lake and con-' lams nothing harmful, liven children like it am they can take it safdy . For sa|o by all drug Mores. Now I wo sizcs-SOc and ft. -lbc-51 size ccntaiiu 2'/ z times as much as Ihc SOc size and g'.vcs y ou 25% more for your moncv. ORDERS TAKEN FOR "BERNAT" YAliJI 1NSTHIJ8TIONS PRKE Mrs. Leslie Hooper A' c. Haley 1139 Chickasawba Phone 732 . Jliss Margaret Moffitt announces the i-copeiiint r • of lier STUDIO OF DANCING Monday, September 7 AMERICAN LEGION HUT For registration or information call Mrs W J Wumerlioh'-at S24-J or write Miss Market .Mollitl, Ltixora, Ark. FREE PIC'K-UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE Western railroads urge shippers to take advantage of this new Free door-to-door service on less than, carload freight. Started early in 1936, it has already saved millions of dollars for shippers. It is a great convenience, for the railroads take full responsibility Irani door to door. Other noteworthy improvements in railroad freight service include faster schedules. , Railroad passenger service is also being revolutionized. Western railroads pioneered in reducing fares to the lowest point in history, with substantial reductions on round trip tickets. Then they provided air-conditioned cars wilh temperature and humidity control, li you haven't yet traveled in a cool, clean, healthful air- conditioned car do so on your next trip—a revelation in luxury—but costs nothing extra. ' '| Travel by train because it is safer, more comfortable, more economical, more dependable, faster. . . . Ask the railroad agent about travel or shipping to any part , of the world. i '•""«'•• "«PP«ci,,|«tt.p 1 , W ; e .,^ WESTERN RAILROADS AND THE PULLMAN COMPANY Sample Low Fares Now you can travel anywliQro by tiain — in saEely and comloit — and save money. Hcrc^aio a few samples:; Frrni Illytheulrc ItOUiVl) Titles to" Coach 'I'ulhtHn California 551.95 AS82.1Q Ohiraso.lll I8.0S 21.1 0 Dallas,Tex 16.2S 2l.~(, Denver, Colo. 35.75 35.75 Fl. Worth, Tex 17.20 22.95 Minnea]iolis, Minn. 2S.15 25.15 Mexico City, Jlex. 7j2(, North J'.ictfic Coast 60.60> 1 St. I.Ollis, Mfl 8.55 8.50 St. I'aul, Minn 25.15 2S _., 5 *Slce|:h>y car space fhargc extra. A Tcurisl Slcciiinj Car Tare SiH.n.i n Tourist Slccpius Car I'are S72.75

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