The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 4, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 4, 1936
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TWO BLYTHEVILLg "(A'fig.)' COUftiER : NEWS " Have liunco Tarty. Misses Winifred Crawford and Alia Flay Sinniions hud n bunco parly last 'night complimenting Mlss^ Mnrtha Waslibmn, who Is moving to Boston, mid Miss Miriam - Smith, • who leaves soon for bearding school at Columbia, Mo. The affair was at Hie Simmons , liome. -In-the games, played by . the 20 guests, Miss Mary A'lah- Robinson won handkerchiefs for the high score prize, Miss Margaicl ' Jaho: Acton received a make-ill' kit for tho traveling award, nnd handkerchiefs went 16 the guests of honor. Sandwiches and coca colas were .•cmed the guests, \\hich includcil ."Miss Jaiie Henslcy of Phlladel-. 'phla, Pa., houscguest of Misses Cordelia and Josephine' Wilhllc. * * * • .B'Nai Brilh, Jewish S 'Aid Elect OfTicci-,, \ Olficei-s of the B'Nai Brith and Jewish Aid, the men's and -wo- iiien's groups of Hie Temple Israel. elected officers in a joint meeting last nighl at the temple when] Fnyctlevlllc. plans were also made for the I dculs from Seventy-Six S tu den is Will Go Away To Colleges, Schools There nrc 16 boys and girls from Blyllicvlllo and vicinity who will seek educations, elsewhere this year. In addition lo these there arc six who have not fully decided. This Is Iho lowest number in several yenrs. last year between 85 nnd 00 having gone n way, Arkansas state college, Jonesboro, as In Hie past several years, claims lhc Inrijcst number, wllh 15 lo go Ihere Sunday' for Hie opening day Monday. • They are: Gene Syk»s. Ira miller ; Vlc- first, service "and reception nl.Uio )Jai;ksdale, Einmetl Colvin. Icr I vy.Tonimlc Thompson, Holland. James Iliinl, Jeanne Hairlson, William Faiight, Thelma Kcchler, Carrie- Mac Owen, Olive Ih-adbm-y. Latbain Stacy / aiid Bob Gocdrlcli. 'Fhc University of Arkansas, will have nine stuhcre: Dan McLean, hi honnr of the . tnbbl, Maurice Lyons, lale of Cleveland, .Ohio. , . " In llio men's group Ike Miller ^as re-elected picsldent, Nathan Wpmbcrg, of . Osccola, : was elected vice-president, succeeding Harold Sternberg, Icuh Applebaum was elected secretary nnd treasurci, succeeding Dr. Nichols, of Os- ccc|a. K. M. Jallee. of Oiccohi, is the new monitor. Mi's. Max Borowsky, of Manila, is the new president of lhc Jewish Aid, succeeding Mrs M Sil- "verblatt, of Osccola:: Mrs. Rose Golrtbcig, of Csceola, Is vice- president; Mrs. William Borovsky, of Manila, iccoullng secielaij; Mrs S S. Steinberg, com'bpuud- liig~ secretary; Mrs. Herman Hess, Ircnsurcr. Marriage Licenses Issued These marriage 1 licenses have recently been issued from tlie office of the county cmnt cloik here: William Wilkinson, of Hnytt, and Miss Eunice U>e, of Braggn- doclo; Charles E. McBrlde,-. and Miss -Riilli Bryant, both of.Mem- phis; Fred Mnfconic and Miss Pearl Jacobs, both of Huffman; .Wells Cook and Mis. > Cjladvs Blairc, both of .iKcimctt; ':. Ardlc Fears and Miss Mnrlha Lee Heath, both of Mf<illa; Prank L-. Ai in- strong, of PhocnLx, 'Aili, and Miss Bonnie Mnc^' Brent, of Osccola; Hex Sturiii'alid Miss Opal Mnger, both .of ' ', Carutlicrsrlllc; Clarence James and Miss Annie Bands, both of Sleclo; R. C. Lancaster, of \Vilson, nnd Miss Ef- flc Jane Cl^aumau, of '* Yarbro; Robcit Echols and M|ss Mniy Etta Miles, both of Dell; Haiold Swayzcr-nnd Miss v Montana Roby- ' ster, both of here; John Wilght and Miss Mabel Rinks, holh of Gosnell; Chester Young nnd Miss Johnnie Keener, both of Rosc- Innd; Mitchell .Garrison and Miss Murel Stewail, ,bolh of Ltoora, Joscphus Jackson nnd Mrs. Elhcl Crockelt, both of Bljllicvlllc; Dr. Lonzo How ton, of Osceola, and • Miss Semlnola .Reeves, of hero; Leslie Edward Olson, of Lawience, Kan., and Miss Mabel Louise Wim- ucrley, of Jonesboro; Charles E Cobb jr., nnd Miss Mclbn Alc\- andei, both of here; Craig McMII- len and Miss Tena Glocici, both of Tallcposa, Mo. i Byron Moore, .Forrest Moore, Bjrcn Morso,. James Guimi, nick Tiplon, U. S. lirniisph, Cioah liar- nes and Virginia Martin,..ilinigh- ler of :-Mr. anil Mrs. Tom Martin. Four will nltend Southeast Mlr.souri Elntc Teachers college, Cn|ic Glrnrdcmi. Mildred Moore. Mnrtlin Lee Hall, Philip .Wlllinitu nnd Ifiilnh Ilnrp. .Fcur arc also going to Coliuubln Mllllnry. academy. Columbia, Tenn., Mul Mcllwaln, George Great', B. F. Gay and E. M. Terry. Lindcnwood, Si. Chnrtes, Mo., will have three students, Mary Elizabeth Buiuiu. Margaret. Keck and Mary Spain Usrey. Kiigenc . Black well, llerschcl Mcslcy anil Jhiunlc Tiplon nre iigahi' enrolled at the • Alabama university; Tuscriloosn. • El. .John's .Seminary, Little Rook, will have J. B. dune and Louis Btemnc agnin. ( J. W. Purlle ami Harmon flob- lm:on will RO to Arkansas -Tech at .Russellvllie. Margaret .Smell/er nnd .Mary Ellen Listen hnve registered ; nl Hcly Angel academy. Jonesboro. Lculsiana State university, Bnlon Rpiige. will hnvo Vern Snliba and Hnl Moore. , John' Stcvonr, nnd Mnxlnc Brig- hain'EO.lo, Mississippi Slate cot- A. and M., College Station, Tex. Eddie Snliba hns registered nt University of Tennessee, Knox- vlllc. Martha relied nt Ann Lynch has en- Sophie Ncwcomb col- tcye, No\v Oilcans. Betty Lro Mcrjiilclicn i;oes to licliins college, Winter I'ark, Fla. Margnrpt Shaver gpes^to Northwestern university. Chicago. Ruth .Bull goes lo New York city lo attend Katharine Glbbs' School of liiislness. Jane Brnnson has cnroltal nt Uraiim college, Onlncsvlllc,' On. Frances Little goes to Clirls- llnn college, Columbia, Mo. Mildred Ij]n lliibbnrd hns reg- Islorai at Gulf 1'nrk college, Onlfport, Mis.s. Miriam Smith yoes to Stephens college. Columbia, Mo. Jennie'Wren nillnliunly will go In u business college in Cleveland, o. Pally Shniie returns lo Vnssar college, l>oii|!hkcc|i.slc, N. Y. Frank Huffman iclnrns lo MIs- sissli;:il college, Cllnlon, Miss. John Ciiuillll ngntn will allow University of Oklahoma, Norman non Smith goes to St. Louis university, SI. Ixinis. Frank Lucketl returns to vcrsUy of Tennessee Denial college. Memphis Joyce Henley hns gone lo Little Bits of News Mostly Personal Dr. W. M. Owens, Jlmmia Singth- erman, B, M. Mallhcws and S. c. Owens attended the baseball (jiiinc in St. Louis yesterday between tin. Cardinals and lhc New,York"Giants C. L.. (lore, of Osccola, Is a i«i- tfpul lit the Memphis, BaptlsV, hos- Max Usrey Jr., Is vacallon|iig u Hardy nnd other points of Arkansas, . Mrs. M, Bombolaskl and Miss Rose Bohiholaskl were In Jyicmphl. yesterday. , , .-• i- Mrs. K. 11. Mlcltlc, of Stcele,''li a patient at the Memphis : Mcth ocllst hospital. Miss Elizabeth Crews wijl rcliiri to her home in Memphls-Surida aClcr a visit wllh her sister, Mrt Baker Wilson, and family. Miss Dorothea Rogers has accept cd a position as teiicher of Bnglls and Science in the Yurbro sc'Kbi which opened Monday. . ,, . Mrs. A! B. Ilollahil was In Meiu phLs yesterday. Miss Ruth Butt Is 1)1 ut her hoi on Main street. \ ,_, Mrs. c. L. Wy'Ie. Mrs. E. R. Ma .son and Mrs. T. a.'seal were 1 Memphis yesterday. Mrs. Pred Rutherford, Mrs. Hi ram Wylie and Mrs. o. ii Wlllc are In tfc'inpli' -'•'• ' ., ss Winnie Virgil Turner', wh Roc!;, attending Drnuglion's Bus- MMWit her vacation in school ian Incss college. Jack Welih goes lo Gulf Coast Military academy, Gulffiort, Miss. Duke Garner lias gone to medical college of Louisiana State university at Monroe, La. ftlill, nillnlHinty business college Jlelghtn, N. J. Eva Hale iias gone to Knln- MH1700. Mich., to - attend high school. K. B. Rogers. Harold Sudbury, EtJHibclh McLean, Hugh Kdwnrd Tiite, Oynder linyclcr nnd Basil Locke may go away, it is understood. day to 'be guests of' Mr. , and Mrs. B. H. Simmons for a few days. ' •••••---..... Jlnmile Williams, who lias been v siting here (or n- week, will return to Ills home In Memphis Sunday, Hilly Wilson, son of Sheriff and rirs. Clarence Wilson, underwent a lonsilectomy yesterday at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Rusic Taylor, 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harman Taylor, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Cecil 'l/oc, and Mr. Lee, In Dycrsburg, Tenn. • Mrs. I,. K. Old, who has been Vacationing In point* of North tind South Carolina this summer with Mr. Old, is now living In Elizabeth City, N. C., where Mr. pld luis accepted a position. Ilayli Souety — Pmonftl Mas Cloldslclnof Meipphis,'Tcun is employed is silesnmn \t the Kohn store beic, filling the incin cy left by Bunartl Fbei of Rip Icy, 'mm. -Mr. Bbcr-lea for Elgin, III., Tuesday, evening where, he will visit Ills biothci bolan Ebci Jim Nethcry; and niece, Miss Kate Loath- of CaruHibrsville, and Ihclr guests Mr and Mi!> Will Webb and Miss N Kinley Webb of Trcnioii' renn »crc hcie IiieiJaj visiting Ml Nclliciys brothels S li. ami W r Aether} Miss Bcllj Golcher cntertiined tlie' Bin tfiir Sewing club 4k her home 'luckily afternoon iulh nine of the girls spending lh c afleiuoon sewing. The hostess served cookfes am! a Iiuil drink Wednesday night Miss Golcher also cntcrtaiu- ert the club with i bunking partial her home Hie eicnlng di\ei- sion \vas i Ircismc hunt The this spent, the night arid the next morning. Mis Gotijiu tuml bieak- fast, Mr. and Mrs. R: L. Gilbert are this week visiting her aunt, Mrs Clara Stanfil. Miss Hai»l Maiigrum, who has been In Mnlthews, Mo., visiting Miss Kathleen Spaldlng, has re turned home. Osccola Society — Per$ona3 Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Gludls had as their guesls yesterday Mi CJladlsh's mother and sisters, Mr.' Wash Gladish, Mrs. l-'red Hartl and Mrs. Albert liehrens an Mr. nchren.s and Betty Joe, a of Jackson, Mo. Mr. and Mrs.' Andrew Florid have ' as their guest Mrs. Flor da's brother, It. M. Welch o Austin, Texas. David R. Moore of Memphis wa 11 business visitor : here Thnrsdaj Mrs. Oscar Thcmas and daugh lor, . Aim, left today for the home In Endow, .Miss., after- week's visit with hern sister, Mr W. E. lluul, Mrs. Hunt cnlei laincd seven girls and boys yes lorday wllh a lawn parly frot four to six In honor of he niece. Dcrr.thy Dycss entertained eigl of her friends with a inonopo party .Wednesday - nlglil. Mr. and Mrs. p.; \V. Hogg c Leslie. Ark., are guests of M find Mrs. Clarence Grigsby. Mi Hogg and Mrs. Cirigsby are col sins. Mr. Hogg look his moth to the Memphis Eye, Ear, No •nnd Throat hospital where K] Went under an eye operation, t day. , : Hon. W. J. Driver and • Mr Driver and grand {laughter, Pegs Jane, have returned from l\ weeks spent in Onlfport, Miss. Nazarene Official To Speak Here On Sunda Rev. Harmon Holt, pastor of Ihc cliurch. The meeting Is held annually for the purpose of calling the nasloi for another year ana also lac Hie pnriwse of electing delegates lo attend the district assembly which will tie held at Little Rock October 21. The Hey. London is one of (he outstanding preachers associated with the Nazarcnc movement. Jews Invite Friends to Attend Reception Tonight Friends of the Jewish congregation arc invited to attend a reception at-the Temple Israel to- irib'ht following church, lo meet Rabbi Maurice Lyons, late of Cleveland, O., who arrive;! this week (o tin in charge of ihis congregation. nsibbl Lyons will deliver rust sermon ul 8:15 o'clock, 'ore the informal reception, which s expected to be attended by n large .number of visitors throughout. Mississippi county and south- cast Missouri. Members of the Jewish Aid will be hostesses, Mrs. Waller Hosenthal \vill be n charge of the music for lo- night'3 service. • at Nowlrern, Tenn., lias reliirne to assume her work ns county s'l Iicrvlsor of schools aft'd supervlso . of lhc elementary schools of Ely- ] B lr l oo.'" lucsdiy nioinni D Moth- I ' lulc dKtnct Ilicvlllc. Mrs. M. T, Moon atul danghlcr, attend a Mrs - \ v - p - Coolcy, of Joiner, were Hnddon' 1 " Memphis'Wednesday where ; Mrs: Coploy undcrircnt an examination at the Methodist hospilal.' she ro- tiniied home yesterday:' i: ij ' . Mr. nnd Mrs.'. J. Norrls 'Mooii were In Memphis last night. Miss Jeanne . nnd liill • Harrison visited relatives In Rector 'ycsj*!-.- legc, Starkvlllc. Ben ;Llevy tiiid Francis .Adnuis fcl.uni..:lo' 'tlie; University. 1 ';of ll- iihol'sT Chanipaigii. ;\ : ' Oiiachith college, A'rl'fidelnhia^ Ark., again have Ann and Virginia ' Tompklns, Charles Ilnll nnd Virginia Martin, daughter of Dr. and Miss Ruby Williams Weds Mr. Leon Davis MANILA, Ark—A wedding Unit er and bibj lie. ucttin ilon°-nice- e " L of tlle Ar kansas Church ot "1,9 Nazarcne, will iillend the au- Messrs R ^ Brnslicr \\-\n\ J. "".*' Inccti »g of the local ciuircli porris, I Vi McEXmaUl Jack fcis- fc>umia >'' delivering messages al II tcr and Wolf Khouric had n fish " "' ''"'" " ' '"'"" fry at-lhe Norllisidc park .Tuesday evening 5 Harvei Holt oj Bridford Tenn. is here visiting ills hcpliew, lioscoe day. Miss Mildred Moore and. Miss Mary Spain -usrey. have, returned from n visit In Caruthei'svllle. Miss Moore wns Iho guest of her sister, Mrs. II.. c. Cook, and Mr. Crjbic : and Miss Usrey visited Miss Martha' Mcllvnlu. ,. Dr.,and Nfrs. L..H, Moored Si P., Martin, will attend ty ' of Mississippi,' Mrs. the O.x- wns of umisiml Interest and one in.. 2:30 p. m. and 8:00 p. 111., il was announced today by the his This Cinnamon has many times the Flavor necessary to comply with pure food laws. Makes better cinnamon buns, toast or cake. Money back if it isn't tlie best you've ever used. NOTICK Duo lo flic fire In my office last night I be temporarily |o- caled directly across the hall from my former office in the Hmncrs Bank Building. Dr. Hunter C. Sims WASH and $ Grease Job I SIainlard Esso Service Sla. Main & Division Raymond Schmuck, Lcasce TKRIJY ABSTRACT & 11BALTY CO. Abstracts, I,ainTs & Loans li. M. Terry, 1'rcs. and Mgr. t'hunn en lil.vtbcvillc, Ark. Holt. Miss wilt, a member of Laura Hale returns lo Mississippi College for Women, Colnnv Society Manila — Personal The Young Peoples' Sunday School class of the Methodist church of Manila had a picnic in the new nark at Dlytheville, recently. Wanda \Vagner and Mildred Lowery \isltcd In Monclle Monday Mrs. W. T. Coats of Manila spsnt hus. Simon Joseph goes lo Texas Sunday in Blythcville with-hei liuisliter, Mrs.-J.'T. nandle. Mrs. ^r. L. Downing nnd Mrs. Bessie Burgess spent Sunday in Jonesboro. They \verc accompan- ed home by Mrs. Burgess' son, Dixie Kyle Burgess.: Edwin Isaac of Flint, Mich., spending a few dnys in Mmvtla visiting friends and relatives. Miss Katherlnc Tipton of Manila visiletl Mr.'nmi.Mrs. G. C. .Tiploi of Monclle Holiday. Mas Hutchhis Is reported rest ing nicely after having his 'tonsils removed in the Blythcville hospita Monday morning. Tic is the soi of Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Hulchini of Manila. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Iminell am Mrs K. S. SlnnncM of Clramrxilgi! III., arc visiting Mayor O. W. Tip Ion and family of Manila. Tile are leaving for I'ocahontas, Ark an:l from tlierc lo Jndsouia \vher they will visit Mr. Immell's moth cr. Tliey expect to return lo llll nois in about two weeks. . . . AN'D NOW IT'S BENNY MEROFF His Ofdipslra and Entertainers OPENS TODAY at HOTEL PEABODY IN MEMPHIS HcUl Pcabcdj A|-iin I!rin>s You Another All-Hhf Ailrartinn "AMhHIUA'S MOSI VKlifj.VTUj; BVMJ' Store Tluin Music . . . U's A Show DpNT MISS THIS SMASHINGt UNGAGEMENT NE>V LOW KATES: Kroii\ 52 per day double >roj(i $•! [tr day single HOTELPEABODY • . Frank It. Schull, Vice President and General- Manager C Mlss e '\Villlnms is the daughlci M 1 , 1 ' 10 ,,,^, 1 "'^' 06 ' f^V, Mr nnd'Mrs W n Wllllnn» • ' Wootc " hs "'o taken a Good- rominenl 1 " fanned S°e ™cffi "^"""/i™ 1 * °" W 1 Si .e Manila High School'and is |n f. "', A /' cc Woiiinck will return rominenl In church work. ? § Eqnnllly, III., where Leon Davis is n former United i °,? llc - nl two w ^ ks W H": '"^ lates.Nnvy yoeman nnd for (he I M ' s JOD Wnlson „„, ^£ years hns been nssocl-! ,'"'", .""" ," 1U1!VU " n " [1 •*•- ler, Mnry Jo. late of Newport, . nst lew tecl wilh \y. E. areen.nnd Son. the high school, faculty .who hns teen spending 'the summer wllh her mpthcrat, Oklahoma.,city.Okla., arrived here Wednesday. Camelle Hubcr, another member.of lhc high school fncully yflioisiiiiiLUhc summer at his hom'e'ai'Benton, jio., arrived Wednesday-, also. • I ; ^frs. Wesley Wnrrcn of M.llls living's,- MoVwWtee -Weclncscjay tteinling,,,tci, biis.incs§/,;: ,,*,,->,<. . . -Dan ubclac of St. Louis \\-nai a nytl visitor Wc<lncsday. P Mr. and Mrs. Jean Allen of flint, Itch., are here vislllng Mrs. 'A1-, en's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.' I- 1 , 'illus. Mrs. Allen will be.veiuein- >cre<l as Miss'.'Clara'Glllum before :r marriage. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Pollock of ampbcll nnd Mr. and Mrs U.. L. Vhitc of Maiden were here Sun- ay visiting tbc former's daughter Irs. Wiley Di|nklbi. •';:,'• Margaret stanlii | s in chaffee . is.fnlher Is seclion foreman for he SI. Louis-Sun Friuicisco rnll- ond. 'riic brlclnl couple will nmke iclr hoiiic here. ' Setk 19,000 oo ISackcrs TOLEDO (UP)—Tho Toledo Zoo- oglcal Soclel.y, which supports the Toledo Zoo, hus planned a caiu- n lo enlisl 1.000 members. Car, \\asp, Collision KANSAS CITY. (UP) —Joseph Alnii, •!!, was driving tils Innnclry 'ruck with his son, Jnck, 15, when i wasp flew in lhc window. The ruck struck a telephone polo and he Zinns suffered painful bruises. , nrc guests of Mrs. Wutson's par- cnls, Mr. 'and Mrs. George 5 U. Mallhews. They are moving "lo Oscecla. where Mr. Walson will be headquartered. Mrs. Kli/abeiii Greene returned this morning from a three week's slay in Indianapolis, Ind., and other northern points, whore she visited relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. G. Little have arrived licuie from a five week's trip lo extreme northern points. While away they vlsilcd in Alns- ka, foiijj from Valvco'iivcr. <o Skagway, in Dawson, and Canadian |X)inl5. Mr. nnd Mrs. Piutucah, Ky., B. Jolly, of nrrive Sun- Bakery Specials AI,T. DAY - - FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUN'DAY Baltimore Dip Layers, each 19c Lemon and Coconut Cream Pies 18c Date Drops, doz. 12c Cinnamon Pecan Loaf, each ISc Butter Rings, each 9c (Delicious Coffee King Filled vith Frails and N'uls) Coconut Wafers, doz. (jc Special for Hutcreg Hour, 5 to 6 /;. ;». only, -Friday, Saturday and Sunday Fruit Wafers, doz : 3 C Carmcl Cinnamon Rolls, doz. H c Hoi Donuts, doz. J2c Hot Parkerhousc Rolls, doz. Sc Hot Plain Rolls, dor 5 C Special Allcnllon Clvcn All Special Orders Elytheville Baking Co. PHONE HO checks MALARIA ..Iii-r3 Vdays COLDS first day Liquid. Tablets Headache, 30 alve, Nose Drops minutes Try "Huh-My-Tism"— World's Best Liniment ORDERS TAKEN Poll "BERN AT" YAIKI INSnHJSTIONS FRKE Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. o. Holey 11M Chicknsa'wba Phone 792 This Bank's Friendships —strengthen its ability to serve ; a • lhc, people of this Community. W E refer to (.lie .confUle'nce and mutually lielpful business t'el.ifipn^ thin-hank e'n- joys 1 among its^neigliljors in'-this'^oiii-• * miniity and to the' various corrcH|io'iuIent v1> rolationships. nnd association affiliations'- «'illt other banks. These inter-bank fricmlsliips : are typical of the American hanking system. They help weld it into a sturdy, compact structure in which ,fhe strength of all adds to the ' streiigtli of each. They augment'the facilities of the individual bank to render broad all-iiroun,d services, to •its' ; 'own custoinei's. In our next advertisernent we shall discuss further oin'. State and:National iutcr- •-'bank relationships. • Deposits Insured Bv The Federal Deposit Insurance" Corporation Washington, D. C. S5,000'nlaximum Insurance For Each Depositor Farmers Bank & Trust Co. Rl.vthevillc, Ark. • We have hundreds of'satisfied toilers vyho nrc buying their tires on our! \ "No'Down Payment" tire purchasing j pbu. 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