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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 2, 1936
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fAGfi-TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, sisp crcLetu '-Social Calendar «'' FRIDAY'S EVENTS E\ecullie boaid, WMW, First Baptist church, meeting,with Mrs. Theodore Logan, 2 30 'P. M. Catholic..Women' meet. The women of the Church of the :.Tmmacula(e- Conception had a guiltl meeting Monday' afternoon. Which .was the first of Hie :winter season. The 18 piesent made pla-is for a bingo '"parly Thursday, Sept. 10 The Rev. J: J. Thompson conducted a brief deletion il before the -business' ; session 1 . , > • •; * Jewish Aid To, Inslalj OlVirers. The Jewish ;\frt \\i\\ Ime Its annual Installation 61 olflceib In a nwcling Thuisdu;' Jitgl 1 .' 1 ',.' '-8 o'clock, at the Temple Israel. Mrs. M, eilm-Acld of auglHer and son, of Chicago, I 'ere guests of Mrs. Elsie Parker, I isier of Mrs. Smith, Monday Hiul 'uesda y. i Maurice -licichcl 1ms returned [ rom a two months stay In WIs- xmlu, where he attended the late fair and vlslttd relatives., ic arrived Sunday. Mrs, J. J. Mcorc and Miss Louise Hatley went lo Hcuwiido oday (o see Miss Mac Hatley. 'hey will be away over Iho cck-end. Mrs. Gordon Harris, who lias sen ill since Hatinriay, is Im- president,' has vltatlon to all extended members. Osceola. an in Daughter Ilorii. ' A daughter was bom yesterday afternoon nt the BMheulte hospital to Mr and Mik Lee Twilla The bal-y, who wcijlis eight-pounds, lias not been'named Bits of News Mostly Personal Smartly Suited For Fall Mr and Mrs R r Khshncr and children icUnncd Monday night' from rmnkforl, Mich Mrs. Kirshnci, Miss Nancy, an<l Bobbie .liavo been there all summer and Mr. Kirshner Joined them ten class ago Mrs C Dilhha, of Uixoin, ib a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital, All's W B Tannci and son, Jiminie, of Ilclem, arc guests of Mis Tanners mollici, Mrs T J Maluui, mid olhci leiallves Thomas E. Marshall, of Slcele Ims admitted to the Memphis Diptlsl hospital Miss Annie'. Morris, of .Charleston, W Vv arii\cd Saturday to spend Uo necks \acation will her brother, Harvey, and family She was formerly employed here Helen and .Rose Franklin Red doch, of Jmnci, aie patients a the Memphis Biptlst hospital Mr;:arid Mrs: W. II. Slovall-and son, Blllj, relumed 1-u.l night Iron Cincinnati,' O," where they spen several" days. They drove a new aialiuliincc home. Mrs.« Wolf Arian has returned from a three weeks stay in Ho Springs, where she took the balhs The Rev.Sand Mrs. Sliinrt H Salmon and two sons, and til Rev. J Mr. Salmon's mother, Mrs W. H.. Salmon, have rcturne from' a inonlh's vibit al • Dalla and points of Arkansas. The Rc\ nnd Mrs. Salmon have now gon to : Bushnell, Ul., to "visit Mrs Salmon's grandmother. 'They wcr accompanied by • Mrs. Salmon mother, Mrs. vW. S. Dornulaser, of. Npnnan, Ark. Tjicy plan to return here, Friday Mrs.. J, H. Humphrey is convalescing following a tonsilectomy pcrfoimeel al the Blythevillc hospital. Mr.;.and Mrs'..;Doyle .Henderson and son, Charles, went to Memphis -today where Charles under- went'n tonsilectomy at Dr. Rosamond's clinic. They will return tomorrow. 'j , Gene Bradley is attendins to business: in Little Rock today. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Borum had .as their guests yestcrtlay afternoon and .this morning, Mrs. Mary Greene, snd daughters. Mrs. Robert W. Berlin and Miss Kath- cryn,.of St. Louis. Mrs. Greene has been visiting. Mrs. John White in Oseeola and her daughters uiclcred .down for her. Mr.' ami Mrs.' Jesse H. Webb were in Memphis tcday -\vhere Mrs. Wet!) consulted her den- list. .Mrs. N. V. Knight rtturncd yesterday from a three months stay in points of Florida! Atlanta and 'Memphis. She was acr<Hn- panied home by her : daughter, Mrs. M. E. West, and sons. Mercer, Bill' and VLuclan, cf Memphis. Alex Perdue, of Pine Bluff, was the guest cf his sister, Mrs. W. Leon Smith, and family, last I night. ' E. H. Ccbb has gone to Hot Springs- where • he will undergo arr examination for admittance to the gc\cmment hospital, after having been in 111 health for some time. Bob Chronisler. late of Memphis, has arrived here lo nuke his home having accepted a position with the Kno>; Slice shop. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Smith and Miss Mary Arwood Weds Mr. John H. Miller LEPANTO, Ark.—.Announcement, ns been made of the marriaist; f '-Miss Mary Arwood, daughter f Mr. : unit Mrs. Jay Arwood of cjiimto, formerly of Portland, ,, to John H. Miller, son of frs. Mollie Miller, of McCrory. T)ic wedding was performed at Jsccola, Sunday, August 24, with ie Ucy. Morehcad, pastor of the Irthodfst church there, olfldat- ng, with only members of the inmedlate families present. Fol- owing the ceremony the couple ft for a motor trip lo Eureku Springs, Bella VLsla and points p. Oklahoma and Texas. The bride is a graduate of State Teachers College at Conwny ami, attended (he Colk'uc of the O/arks nd the Homer School of Exprcs- lo'n at Kansas City. For the past iiroo years she has been a incm- 5er of the I'ortlaml high school acuity aiid this year has been Icctcd to the McCrory high school acuity, The groom Is a graduate if Hie University of Arkansas and or a number of years has been ucatlonal director of the Mc- Jrory high school. Upon their cturn from their wedding trip hey will reside in McCrory where both will leach (his year. Hayli Socicly —• Personal Billroy's Comedians Perform Here Sept. 7 Wllroy's Comedians, a well known tenl, .show, will be hero 'or a • performance Monday, September 1. The lurcc tent with a liiiK cnpncltv of 4,000, will be located at Walker Field at, (he ?asl end of Main street. Among the attractions offered will .be ;u fnn dance featuring Daphne,; < Queen of,')Fnn Dancers," tlie^JPalnls Royale orchestm and a large number of othei ramlevlllc acts. The show troupe numbers 80 pel-sons and they travel by motor, requiring 35 cars, trucks and busses. The show Is mnnngcd foj Billy Wehle nud Is now making its twelfth animal tour. 2, Lutheran School Will Open Wednesday, Sept. 9 The Pilgrim Lutheran day school In different, points Mr. nnA Mrs. Draco Wells air.i son, Desen Jr.. and Mr. Wells' nlfces, Helen Slbtey and Miss Dorothy Starnes of St. Louis, re- lumed home Sunday from n two "weeks visit spent tU the Texas Centennial, at Dallas -and Fort Wall). They also drove to Douglas. Ariz., and visited Mr. Wells fister, Mrs. Hargrovcs. Misses Jasyiulnc und Virginia ganders relumed home from a four weeks lour of tiic western states, Sunday,, visiting Yellowstone National park, Grand Canyon, California, Texas and Okla- hcnm, - Mrs. Annie Heard of Jcnesboro, Alk., and Mrs. Irma nissct of C«;:o (ih'iirdeau attended the fun- i'l'iil ct Charles William Heed, Sunday. / Mr. and Mrs, T. 'T. Martin and 'daughter, Mary, returned home .feimdoy frcni a week's visit spent, 'witd relatives of Illlncis. .;'; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil BYaimmn ''cf Newport, Ark., were here Saturday visiting friciltls. Mr. and Mrs. llrannum, who have a drug store at Newport were on their •vacation, having visited In Mississippi and were en' roiilc to <J cmwssec. Tlicy were formerly 'cf this city, Mr. Brannum was a diu ,,ist at reoples Drug store and Mrs. Brannum was muua- rpi of the Hayti Variety sUn'D. Mrs W. A. McDonald and children. Wocdrow and Mary, accompanied Mrs. McDonald's brother, £\dnt\ 13ynum, to his home atj Tupelo. Miss.. Saturday after a two weeks visit here. Mrs. Mc- Drnalcl and children spent Lhc \ < c>k (lid at Tivielo, returning hcnif Sunday. Miss Agnes Grady and Edward Kliouiie have accepted positions Yi'ilh the Sa:n Hainra store at Elcdi Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Matins and clni'htu sr.ent Hie week-end at •AVinima, Mo., witli rcliitivcs. Mr. "Mathls is a mcmter of the In- giam Ridge school faculty and hi ^Lhool is cut Tor cotton vacation. ;V .;''•. \Vofjdrow Clark, who is attending *\ business college at, i'ailucah, Kv 'pciil the week-end here with his mother. and IWcs. Etueiuon Mrs. Elincr Thompson. Mr. Mrs. John 'rhompjon nnd Quests Mr. p/id M.VK. , v romuiy rliionipson and sou of St. Louis, .ivhcrc in Coder Sunday visiting Mrs. John Tucker. will begin Ihp new school year next Wednesday, Sept. 9 at 8:30 o'clock. Hcglslration will take place Tuesday morning. The Fiev. If. J. KleincilcUKl, the ^conduct im 30 local iiiistor, will the school which has proximate enrollment, of plls. H Is non-tulllorial anil cm- graces the eight, grades. In a<l (lillon lo the regular secular sub jccls taught In other schools, religion IK Inugh tas a separate branch, as well as correlated with other studies. Chattanooga. Roland will be a sophomore this year and lakes « major part, In athletics. Mrs. Charlie Tunici' and daughters, Louise and Ruth, were visiting In the home of Mrs. Turner's sister, Mrs. Bob Owen, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Ellas motored spend to Cairo, the day III., Sunday to with Mr., Ellas' parents. Miss Elizabeth Harrison, of Helena, Ark., was a guest In the home of Mrs. John Thwcatt Sunday. Jiofo Gllilspic Jr., received a message Monday notifying him of the clcalh of Mr. Noble Hunt's father, who died at his home In SUiunton, Tom., at the age of 81 years. Mr. Gllllspie and Miss Carrie Mac Hires .went to Staun- in announcing tlic opening of| to|) Mom|ay af i crnoon . the school, Hie pastor said: "The Lutheran church believes that dally instruction In the word of Clod and a positive religious e:n- phusls In every feature of school life, arc Hie most effectual means of training youth unto godliness. To achieve (his purpose she ad- vc:ates the establishment of religion Is (aught as a separate of secular stuiiies |>arallcl to (hat of the public grammar school. Slalc schools, which are tax-supported, must necessarily be non-roJIjIous. Wicrc they attempt to teach the Bible, they must meet (he demands of so many who pay (axes that the diluted form cf religion cannot Eunice. In. view cf this the Mis- rcmi Synod of the Lutheran church conducts her own system of church-schools, numbering almost 1,400, with an approximate enrollment of 80,000 children." present and join, President Davis SSI 1(1, Work of the association, W | llcll Is under s(a(c supervision, i s [or the purpose of closer cooperation, between shops of (he coun(y in an ertort (o agree on wages, pn c . cs, hours, etc., and (o end pricc- culdng methods. According to the latest eslimat=, Canada's national wealth is $''5 708,000,000. The peak figure i'ti 1020, was $31.270,000,000. The Baptist Missionary society met in the home of Mi's. C. B. Wood Tuesday morning with 12 members present for the second i lesson in Ihe mission study on { "Talks Oil Soul Winning." The twenty-third Psalm was repeated! unison, led by Mrs. B. O. Wil- kliis, Jor the devotional. Luxora Society — Personal Mr. imi 'find The all-around pleated skht nn:l scarf of (his Molyncux sport r.uit arc made of beige, brown and* brick plaid. The- Ijncllce and topcoat me brown 'and the brown felt lint Is banded' with brick red. paiBrith Officers •\ 4. Call Thursday Meetinii Misses Kate, and Nina Rogers liavc returned home with their .sister, Mrs. Louise Rogers Walters, I'lckwick Dam, Tcnn.. after Visiting I heir father, Mark Hogers, for a few clays. Mrs. R. T. Ballew and Mrs. E. R. llogan were in Joncsboro Sal- urday to make arrangements for tlic registration of AVayne Hestcr- ly in Arkansas ;State college. Wayne is a graduate of Hie Masonic home school, and of Ihe Balesville high school, and has liecn. the guest of the Osceola Eastern. Star chapter the past Ihrec years during his summer vacation.' ' • '• Mr. and Mrs. Jiimnic Slack are al home to their friends in the Scout Hut apartments, recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Nichols, who arc now located-in .the Spann apartment. .Roland Anders has gone to ^Chattanooga, Tcnn., where he will be! a..student lr. the University of Barbers of Pemiscot County Form Group CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Sept. 1.— The Pemiscot County Barbers Association was organised here last night, with J. W. "Doc" Davis of Curnthcrsville, well known barbel', being named president. Oilier officers arc: Felix Kyle, Carnthersville, vice-president; G. A. Johnson. Hayti, secretary; Herbert Guest, Camlhcrsville, Ircas- urer, ' and Si Liggett, Canilheis- vilte. assistant secretary. | There were 2G present last night, from Hayti and Carnthersville. At subsequent .meetings, the membership will be extended county-wide, as barbers of all other towns and :oinmunitics will be invited lo be PARTS & SERVICE DEPT. NOW Ol'KN UNT1I, 3 I'. SI, Ki-pajrs for all Curs and Trucks Washing - (irrnslng Wrecker .Service Phone OSS TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN; Two Ihoucnnd guns nnrt 300,000 rounds of nminiiullion have been stolen by criminals from unnorics There will be a meeting of the B'Nni Drith 'Thursday night, 8 o^clock, al the Temple Israel, Ayhich Is important,-according to I officers of the group, who wade and other places where govern- [ Ihc announcement. . ", nient nmis and ammunition are;^" — — l:c|)t duriui; the last sis years. '/; Read Courier News Want Ads. ORDERS TAKEN FOR "BERfJAT" YAttM INSTIHieTTONS FRKE Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. C. Haley 1139 Chlckasawba Phone 792 LIVER BILE- Without Calomel— And You'll Jump Out of Bed in the Morning Ririn' to Co The [ivcr should i>our out two pounds ot ttquiiltiiU- into you r IwwcU ilaily. If this bilo is not flnwi ng f reolv. yt>u r food Jousn' t d \v. est. IL jusldi-f.-\>-3 tn the fiowtls, Gns Mo&U Uf >-our Etomnch. You KP.I coiiatipntecl. Your whole system is ixmonp<I und you feel sour, sunk and Uic world lookfiptmk. • I^xntivoa nr« only matieshEfU:. A mer» Lxiwel movement riocsn'l set Bt Ihu rauso. It Uhe» those Rood, oftf Carter's I>lltl» lAvee Tills to get Ihcae two pounds of liile tlrwinz freely Rnd make you foe] "iip ami up". Uariii- l«^e, gentle.' yet nrnREinjr In making blfe flow frcoly. Ask forCurirr's LilUe Liver I'JILs by name. Stubbornly refuse anything c]sc.?5c. Weds. - Thurs. 'Girls Dormitory' With Hcrhci't Miirsliiill, Until Cliatlcrlon and Sinioni! Simon Selected Shorfs —Aclir-ission— M;\(ilicc—10 & 2!ir~\Viill Ic Tax Niclil—10 & 35c—Wilh ll: Tax •riJESDAY, SUI'T. S— SHd.OO DANK NIGHT! l-asl nishl illiw Pauline t.ct: of (his city wnn Ibe $15.<!0—Making Hank Jlppcsil next wed; $5(].OP. Cci;j;i-\lublions Miss —COMING SOON— "ANTHONY ADVKRSE 1 ' with Frederic march. ! "TEXAS KANUKKS" wilh Froil MacMurray. Presenting: the ultra-smart, new Fall Style Classified Arch Rest Shoes by Drew .... Drew Slices ;ire so beautiful and so fiUin:; in nil four of Ihe Autumn tones: Nomad for sporl. Modified for jnyful fooL, Diversion for ycur socul hours. Dlenienlal for genuine comfnrl diiriDg \vaik- n-ilny activitieii, and MC assure you "lli:\t the new Drew Classittcd Arch Rest Shoes arc also this AuLumn's most colorful style cieations." .TEKRY AHSTKACT & R'EAI.TV CO. Abstracls, Lands & I^aus E» M. Terry, I'rcs. and M?r. rhonc Gil Ulydicvillc, Ark. WASH and Grease Job | S(*mUrd Esso Sen Ice.. Main & DUlsion Rajmond Schnwck, Lcasee . Sla. A clever treatment Tor tins Diversion T-Str.ip .. .u Itusl Succlo \vi(h t r i in.. .also a r ; c u" Diversion higii- tlircnl i'uinp. Sport Oxfords hi Buck-o Ica- in grey n n d sndillc Ian bine with ester Mcriincil Vcdc ... a uf style... Thr liirniciilal "ics! imporianl wcik-n-d n y y^' in hrcun cr Mnrh ki: jtisl Uic Ufiul cf liccl. Over ?.0 slylcs of T)Ki:\V'S Arch (o select. AAAA to I) widths. Children's H.cho Siiocs ... for uniformity does cvety Clicslci'ficlci have llic same lasic . . . tlic same pleasing flavor ami mildness. Because we draw on not just one year's lohacco ci-op but crops of several diilcrcnt years to make sure that Chesterfield's quality never varies. Gvcry Chesterfield tastes just like every other Chesterfield-^-niild, not strong; always with a pleasing taste and aroma. Liccirr & MYEF.I To&j\ccoCo. Chesterfields win because they Ye always the same,. «

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