The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 8, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 8, 1936
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t>AGfc TWO BlVTHViLL8 COURiEk Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Siinbearas meeting First Bapllbt church, 4 pin Exccutlic bond Central Wnrd P.-T.' A. having meeting -1 p.m. at Central. Ward building. Gleaners Sunday . school class, First Baplist cliuuli, having pr.iy- ci mecllng and soch\ 3 p in, nl cnurcti , Executive hoard Junior Hieh P,-T A tooling In Miss Haidy'-i birice, 3:30 pah, Bible study; 'Clnirch of. Christ, meeting with Mrs. Newt McLcdd, 2:30 l>.vn. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Business Women's elide rlist Ban-list church, meeting with Mrs. J. G:. Barnes, 6:30 p.m. Bingo pirly, Calholic hall, 8 .p.m. U D C meeting; with Mrs. J W Badci, 2 30 p m FRIDAY'S EVENTS Khmvood Cemetery Association meeting with Mrs. J. H. Smart, 2:30 p.m. Stated meeting, Order Eastern Star, 7:30-pjn. Dorcas Sunday school class, First Baptist church meeting with Mis 'A Weil, 1122 W Main St. 3 pm Legion Ancillary meeting »lln Mrs C G Redman, 2 30 p m over by Mrs. lilloy B. JoiiC5,>H was voted lo continue the iiltenooh prayer meetings, • * « Auxiliary jlakts I'lans for Ktudj-. the Woman's Auxiliary of the First. Presbyterian church, in a meeting .Monday aflcriiodn at the church, made plans fol- n Dlblc sludy to be held the third week In Sepl ember. There whs also a dcvollonal |w- rlod In which Mrs. Stuart H. Salmon used Ihc 122 Psalm, Compliments Miss Craln. Miss Ruby Grain of Wilson, who Is lo allend Gulf Park college at Gulfport, Miss., wiw guest of honor at a bridge parly gU'en Siitur- dity afternoon by Miss Patty Shane. The eight gucsls also Incllided Miss Sara Morgan, of Wilson, Handkerchiefs, .went to Miss Mary Ell/jibcth Borum for the high score prize and to Miss Grain. The hostess was assisted by her mother, Mrs, Cecil Shnne, in serving n pineapple salad course. Bits of News Mostly Personal Complin cuts Ciuesls Mrs II A Smllh of Smith, and Mrs. 1>. A. Laslcy, of Little : Hock, both of whom forni- cilj ll\ed here were guesK of iionoi at a luncheon gl\cn Mon- daj b\ Mis H II Houclilns Thcj ^\ere guests of Mi and Mrs A Ccmvay and Mr. and Mi's. Houch- Ins wiiilc here. A decoraliie elfcct wns- achieved hi the coloi motif of yellow and white While- double nllliea and golden glow .were arranged ( in Ihe lit Ing room \\iieie Ihc 12 gucsls wcie sealed at sihall U>- blcs The tallies wcic In )lio sniufc two shades and the iiunir \Vas carried out in the jcllow and while molif ^ > Included In Ihc guests were Miss Mamie Ljon of Wheatlcy, lionse- gtiest of her niece, Mi-s W U Horncr, and Mr Hoinei, and Mis. Milton Caten of Helen i, nlio Is tisltins her sister^ Mi's J Louis Cherry, and Mr, Cheriy : * • >• ' &on Born ' A son was born tills moVnlng to Mr aJiri Mrs, Gene Brad^jerry, for ', merlv of Dell and noi\'ot ltm,)ij,^ ' tie Rlter community Ihe bam, who weighs seven and a hair ' pounds Ins been named Oanics Ross. Before her marriage Mrs Bradbcrry was Miss Sidney Bond, of Fort Smith. » • * O. E. S. Bfembfhi Will Attrtid School at Osceola Members bl .thc.BlythcvUle chAp- ter of the Order ol the Eastern Star have been Invltc'd to ntte'nd n - schb'ol of instruclton ThuVsdav at Oscebla: .Tile school will be hel<t at, 10 ajn, and after lunch, an examination, will bs held. 0*4 Have . Business Sessid'n. Members of the Wolmits MIs- slonary society of the First Method 1st church had a buslU'css 'session Monday afternoon, at the church. Mrs. A. C. Haley led the devotional On 'Stewardship with the Bible reading lakcu from ihe 13 chapter of 1st John. In the business session, presided Quick Relief for Chills and Fever and Other Effect* of Malaria) Donl put up -»ilh the suffering 6J (Malann—the Icclh cluttering chills Mid |thc burning lexer Get nrt of Mtlam by; getting the iritcclion out of yoiir system. (That's what Orovc'sla Idea Chill Tonic poc;r-de=lroSs and drives out Ihc inltc- ^tion At tbc Mmc time, it builds up jour sjitem against further attack Grove s Taslclcss Chill Tonic contain* •islclcss quinini! w hich-!jlts Ihc infection In Ihc blood U al o cciilalns iroh fthltti build «p<I>cb!j)odandLcIpsito%crcomo Ihc cffccls of Mahria as well as fortify, ogainst re-infcclion:Thrsc arc Ihc cffccW 3 ou winl for COMPLETE relief G roi c's .TaslclB= Chill TSmc is pka'anl lo taVe and ab-oluloly safe, even for children. No bfller la<le of quinine Get i bottle «oda\ and b: foVcWracd acain.1 Malaria. For sale at all drug stores Now two sizes —50c and SI The ?1 «ize conlains tirtes as m\lch as the SOc size an jou 25% more for your money, Miss Dorotliy Wavls .rclurncd Sunday from Denver, 'Colo., where she visited for five Weeks. Mrs. Sclma Lent?, Morrison, of Chicago, Miss Charlie Jones, formerly of Shawnec, and ifcsllc liale, who lias been at not Springs, have arrived here to lake lip their w'ork as teachers in the scliool system. They are al the liohle of Mr. and Mrs. j. H. Elklns. , . liilssell iiollnnd K|icill the week- cud at rvirt Worth and Dallas. Mrs. o. W. AHllck ah'd Mis. W. B. Tainicr, of Helena, tire In Memphis toilay. Miss Marie Criittsron mid Di-. Thomas Maliiin. of New York city. «ho aie guesl£,of Mrs. T, J. Ma- li.Ui, arc siftndlhg today hi Klein- phls. W A.'rilack,.*folmcrly ot.herc and ttow of, Vlcksuurg, Miss, ar- n\cd toclay for a visit Bjroh Morse aiid James Gliard leave llik. afternoon for Paycl\c- vllle, where they will attend ' Ihc stale university. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Trlgg, 61 Mdorndo, 111., spent the weekend with Mr. niKl Mrs. j. L. 'OUnr'd. Mr. Trluir Is operator ol n dally paper ut Kldorutlo. Mr. and Mrs. Udell Ncwsom, ol Tunica. Miss., s'pi>nl Ihc weekend with Ihe Rev. and Mrs. J. 1,, New- tpm nnd Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gill, of Dell. They were accompanied J)y Joe L. New.wm jr., and daligh- ler, Virginia I«ee, also or Tunica, Vlio were glicsls 61 ihe Rev. and Mrs. Ncwsom. Miss Virginia Martin, tlAuglil'cj- ol Mr. and Mrs. Torn Mnrlln, lell Einulay, .for " Fflyctlcville, where she _|s to, allcnd the''stale imi- Verslly. : f. Mr. nijtl Mrs, A. D. Treaclway, ol Memplils, s)ienl (he weekend soli, Carl, returned,' list : --bight Ironl a Iwo days stay, hi SI. ioul s They were accompanied • home by Mr; Davis' mother.' ; - ;, ; ', Mrs. !•', D. Uniierwood iias-.gom to Lltlle Rock lo Visit f fiends. • Miss Mamie Lyon, of VVheatlcy, Ark., Is the gucsl-of Mr. and Mrs' W. L. Homer this wcek^iMr. and Mi-s. llorlier and soil, Jack, mel her ill West Mcih'phte, Sunday,' .Francis Adams left Sunday fo CliampalKii, in., w i lcl - e he •; enrolled as a Junior at the; staUj unlycrslly. •'-.-' Miss Xoia Crafton hns tjoii'e to Litlle Rock, where Kha will be Jolilc'd by her sister, Mrs..-Wade 'Jeffries, nilo, they will K 6< $ n a buying trip. Mrs. Charles U Wyllc and Mrs. J. W. Ailiuns. went lo Dycrsburg "'""ii.j yesterday for a vliilt.•-.; ' r. and Mi's. T. L. Klncald Mrs. Mnrlln. Miss Clara Gnrncr, of Armorel, Is ""Other of Ihase (joiug away lo school,' making a tolal of 77 who Imvc 'enrolled. Blic Is 'aUcml- In'g. Central colieHc, Conway. • .Hugh Kdward Talc has reUini- ed from Memphis where he at- Icnded Ihe Diesel school for several months. , . : Mrs. -Leo Crafton, of Conwhy, Is Ihe fjiiesl- of Mr. ,Cmflon's mother, Mrs. S. P. Crnfloh. ; Mrs. Molllc Scott, of Coldwater, Miss., has til-rived to spend the winter wlllt her diuiglilcr, Mrs. E. V. Trcadway, and Mr. Trend- way. Mi 1 ., aiid Mrs. "w. I. Osliorne silent ycslcrciay in Memphis, Lloyd Wiml .Jr., returned yes- Icrclny from Hardy. Ills iudtlipv motored him li'uine aiid returned to accompany Mr. and Mrs. Qcorgc Cross and Mrs. J. M. Vivian lioine today. They hav'c bcch at camp lilo Vista for the summer. Glllf- ,•' Coast of Gann, of Elk Ridge, w. Vn., wbrb Biiesls of Dr.' and Mrs W A .Inc-k Wchb .teflftodayVfnrAo port, Miss., to-. a|t.e'iiYi*-a'iiir,'c Military Academy!-': Mr. and Mrs. .B. I 1 '., Gay went In Memphis ' today, ac'conipnnyliu; llrtlr soli, D. P.. who-Is" Bolhg lo school at Co'liiinMa Military Acailehvy, Cdlulubla, Term. Mr. rtiid Mrs. Carl Davis aiid of Chic, Tcriil.. 'who have Ijeen tuaents lii imxorn iilgli -school c* the past. Iwo years, arrived Sunday lo resume their studies at Hie opening of Ihe school Monday, ahd will be wllh Ihcir grandmclhcr, Mrs. Angle I'otts, during | c scliool term. .. Misses Ruin Bullock of Collins, Ark,, nnd Kl!*abe||i Wallace of Cakland, Miss.; , Ihc coinhicrclal and imistt • teachers, of Luxora high schcol,; arc "Iji'ihe''home o! Mrs. drover prl/er.' •• ' G. C. J)i'Ivcf .'aii'd James Per- nicnler left. S»n't|ay ' for Jo'iies- l:cro where llicy wl|l : ciiroll in Arkansas- Slalrr college for .... term of 1936-37. Jaiiies will be a second year student, nnd G. C. will be a freshman. Miss nob Wllllanis, of Armorel, Icachcr In Luxora high school, will lie at home wllh Mrs, Et- licll Williams during the school 'term. Miss Catherine Ilnghcy, of Washington, D. C., Will be the ;ucst of her grandmother, Mrs Angle I'otts, and her atli'il,- Mr> W. E.. Hiiiit, ol Osceola, fdr. ;.a short liliie. Mr. ai.ld Mrs. S. L. L-iiwi-cnce, irtf slk'efiLKii, Mo., were \vceK-end 6f Mr. (iiid lifi-s. Mike ficiitr.'n. Mr. ijawrc'h'c'c is -Mts. Dciiloil's b'rtither. Grlminelt for Ihe weekend Mis Grlmmctl. Mrs. 0. h sto\all and Mrs. Alvlii Hardy accompany them to MciiWnis ycslerdaj Mr Kin caicl 'niul Mrs. Aiidr'cns aie biotli e>- aii'rt sister of Mrs GihniiiLtt Mr. and Mrs. Prcd RYitlieifoid ha'd as their Bucsls fol the weck- blld. Mr. And Mrs. F and soil, Dbr'sey, of honk Louis , , Ml-, iiWrt MVs. IWfll-k are parents W Mra. Misses Mildred Mitchell and lu- cy Thonipson are sncndlnp' this week in St. Uiiiis as guests ol their aunt, Mrs. IjoLs Priest -md Ml Priest. Mrs. J. 11. Leather inn n wrt 'on of Del roll, 11!., are guests of Mis Lcalliornian's slsler, Mrs Ocorge Carney, and Mr. Camej Luxoi a Society -- Persdhal .Mr. and Mrs. bc^ey Hill ant 1 Mrs. Ora Hill, ,of Meinplui weic Sunday guests of Mrs Ora Hills (IntMjhler, Mrs. Matltc Poison , ->nd sislcr,'Mrs. F. f>L Boiids of Double Bridges. : Misses Ruby niul Rnlli rtngl; TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER Keiser flews Notes R w hulici r-ild Ihc week iiid Labor ti\\ VWi Ills s Mr nhd Mis James- I iiullei \ll Ikch kotne al Hope AVK Mi ^lid M\s H 1 B-\llc\\ inrt r)i ahd firs E, 11 Bogail it. •oiu\)nnlcd hi' W^jnc Hestcils .. Ed I'Igg ahd family visited in Litlle Rock and Cabot over Ihc week- 'eiiej. Mi-, and Mrs. A. H t Moore, father ah'd mother of Mrs, Plgg, relumed with them for a visit. A, F. Slovall, formerly employed by Ihc Kciscr Supply Co., has accepted a position with Ihe W. ^^. Taylor Mcrcaiilllc Co. S,. A, Posey an'd family, recently of Blylhcvillc, have rooms wltli ^lrs. C. L. Nichols. Mr. Posey works for Barnes barber shop. Mr. and Mrs. W. M Taylor, Mrs., Una Holl, Luclic Holt and Nellie Bush Adams were called lo Macon, Miss., because of Ihe death of Wflltcr Adams, brother-in-law of Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. Waller Adams |inrt children returned to Mncoii only a short lime ago after an extended visit in Keissr, Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Nelson of Camden, Tenn., vlsllcd friends here last week. Miss Vera Mae Hill, daughter o'f Mr: and Mrs. Jim Hill, and George Elilror,?: Holly were married last |S(lhday night. The coujilc lea immediately for Ijonls'vlile, Miss. -. Kciser school ended Its first week of. the 1930-37 school year with' a tolal ciiroilmcnt of 605, The hl»h school, with 98. lias Ihc largcs numer It has ever. had. There are Aho cWeUng Ark-llMs Siite ccllcge TGI Ills freshman /cir mo Idled lo Johcsbdro SuhiH^ Mrs Louise Hudson McHcmj and (hujllci Wndc M\e ic Unncd HOiAc fiom Memphis-, whcic Wartn lihder\\cht n \onsllcclom> al \}\v Biptisl hosilllil iTid'iy Di ilW Mis hudson \\clit lo Mem phis FiidiJ lo bo with liilm dm ing llit oi*HlIdi\ Mit, 'C B Worid \MS Ihc guesi of Mi-s J O Spoils Of Wesb Mc>ii|ihh nlcHj t Ifcl diUghlcr Mi^> R W Bullei Mi-s EtUsiu ''egi-Ucs- nld RobeVl Sunlncis ol CSLCcH TiJcbinpTnkt) IILI, nil were Uidsts of Mrs Robcit LbcH Mrs MaVftie CiiAfoid of McH\))hl5 sjient ^oluh\ with her p-\rentT Ml nnd M \ S I Smilhe. 18 seniors. president, Curtis- Miles is class Mr. aiiil Mrs. Tommy Ray, of r-Tyler, Mr. and Mrs.' Lonnie Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hal- chel and De«-ey. Blankcnslilp were .ticsls Sunday at a birthday dln- icr hi the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steel Pecry. Mrs. Cleve Tankersly and children, Jo Anne and Vivian, of Blyth'evllle, visited here Saturday. Mrs. Elva Poe o'f Blylhcvillc visited Mr. nnd Mrs.- C. L,, Crabbe Sunday. ,. S. Miller of Cooler, aiid Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sayre and daughter, Yvonne, of near Tyler, called on relatives here Sunday ifterncon. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Read Courier News Want Ads. *^ trt KMPI.OY BOOKKEEPJCR-Man between 25 and 35 years old qualified to keep books and handle retail col-1 Icclic'ns locally. Credit expcile'iica in i3]j'lhcvlllo«helpful, Permanent, petition with . salary.'Write fully xperience and references. Box CC", 'Cbiirler News. te kll helps WOMEN NOTi'CK Hue to the recent fire in hiy ri'f- hc'c 1 will he lemporarily located dlrcclly. across the hall li-om rny former office in the l-^arniers Bank nuildlng. Di. Hiihter C. Sims Huffman News Mis- Prentis Giilis nnd dau ? h- lc> Sue, of : CarnthcTsv|]lc, arc gucsls this week' bf relatives hei L Mrs. teii'nie Brackin was tiic «cc! encl giicst of Mrs. R. II Often. Mi md Mrs. Smith Brackin moved (o their ncMy purchased '•--•- West of hlytheville last Ilenson, who is lib'nib week. Pearl Blylhcville hospllal with Chicago iuoloi i chicles must be insucc til sciiii, nnniialK in ac cdrdance ullluthit ill} s compiil son niltot Irulpecticn In', No rbaigc hiin-ide ' n the double pneumonia, is iiiuch Improved. Mi's. E. M. HiifTihah of Bly- Ihovllle was a visitor here Saturday Mrs. PrenUs Gillis and daiijh- ter. Miss Sue, or Carulhe'rsvlile, checks MALARIA in 3 days COLDS first day Headache, 30 miuulcs 666 Liquid, Tablets Salve. Nose Drops Try "Rub^My-Tism"— World's Best Linlhtctit PICKARD'S GROCEltY THE SAFEST PLACE TO 1JUY YOUR ME ATS & DAIRY t>ROlHlCTS Wo leceive Swift's Piemium Beef twice' weekl.v. GreeU's Grade A, Pasteurized M i 1 k twice daily. We ha Ve the most modem friig- idaire meat eqUiiimeht. Vaiicly of Cold Meets and Chetfcc Fresh Veg-etabH Daily. We Deliver.'Phone 673 , . 1014 Chickas.rv,ba WHAT A COfAFOttft'llE A light Shut Ihe door oh worry ortd care . .. and open uri a (relh potV of luckiei Vou hath no hfcavy fading whftn you iraokt fdr inlb lh« Kohl. A lignl SmoU Icavei d cli'dA uih/'bnj Ucliick dri X liqM SlribkB. ...for your peace of mind! You who love the limitless luxury of lying in bed with a cracking good story and a 'corking good smoke . . . this evening make frit'hds with A Light Smoke . . -. a light smoke of rich, ripe- bodied tobacco . . . Lucky Strike! You'll taste the delicious flavor of higher-priced tobitccbs ... all those fine center leaves, the Gream bf the Crop. You'll learn the joy of smoking with that welcome throat protection offered by Lucky's private process—"Jt's Toasted." A Light Smoke for your peace bf rriind! A Light Smoke for your throat! * * NEWS RASH! '* * Ovef 1 r 300,OdO prizes awarded in "Sweepstakes" Think.of it! Over 1,300,000 prizes have already been awarded in that great national cigarette garlic, your lAicky Strike "Swecpscakcs." Have yon entered yet? Have you won )6'«r Luckics —a flat kift of 50 delicious Lucky Strikes? There's music bh trie air. Tune in ' Your Hit Parade"—Wednesday and Saturday everting*. Listen, judge, ahd study the tuncs-thc'ri try your Lucky Strike "SWccpstakcs." And irybu'rc n'ot already smoking Lucliics, buy a pick today and cry them, too. Maybe you have been missing something. You'll appreciate the advantages of Luckies-a Light Smoke of rich, riue-bodied lobicco. -BODlEDTOBACCO - "IT'S tOASTED WASH and Greiisc Job The Morning AflcrTaking Cartel's Liltle Liver Pills If Your Child Is Hard To Fit - - We invite you (6 come in and see the new Kcwpic Twins and National Park Rill Oxfords. Bro'Wn Biicho with calf saddle. Widths AA lo C. Sizes 12(4 to 3. Brown Elk with Tongue, wing lip. \VItiths AA lo C. Sizes 12',!.. to 3. Patenl Oxford. Black Coif Trim. Widths A A lo C. Sizes 12'i lo 3. MAKS lire Iwr WITH LAZY: Brown Elk LaXy Doncs, Ghilllc Tic. Widlhs AAA to C. _Sizcs 3'i to 8. OfYidal Boy Seoul Shoes W Sfambrd Esso Service Sla. Main & Division Raymond Schmiiek, Leasce • p o/ ORDERS TAKEN 1'OR. "BERNAT" YAtltl INSTRUCTIONS FREE Mrs. Leslie Hooper M>3. A. c. Haley 1139 (Jhlckasawba Phone 192 TERRY ABSTRACT & REALTY CO. Abslrncl.s, I.anrts K Loans E. M. Terry, 1'res. and Msr. I'lione 017 Rlytlicvlllc, Ark. B B • / COOLKST SPOT IN TOWN! TONIGHT IS 50 BANK NIGHT! Last Vyc'ck Atiss I'aulinc Lcc (if Iliis city won the S75.(iO—Makinj KANK iiKI'OSIT TONIGHT JSO.UO TO MAKE A MOTHER'S DREAMS COME TRUE! Novell}-—"World Within" Comedy—"Roy, Oh Boy!" N'ilii Iicrl I.ahr —A(ln]issinn— Matinee—ID * a.ic—Wilii Ic Tax Nighl—10 ,t J5c—With Ic tux Weds. - Thurs. Frederic hTnrcli in 'Anthony Adverse 7 With Olivsi dc llayilliinil. Anit;i. Louise, Dnnnlrl Woods, Krlniuml (iwcmi, Louis Hay ward, CliUnle Knins. Steffi ttuna and a Cast of 5,000. Tbc bifjcst advcnlurc ti.chveen hcnk covers Ijccrmrs llic' j;rc:kt<sl tutor lr:iniuri]| wUlit'i'i IhcAIre v-atls. — Adinissinn — Matincr— 10 A- 25c— Widi Ic T.i\- NiShl— 10 * S3c— Wilh Ic Tax —COMING SOON— "LOVi; IJKCIXS AT 20" — with H'arrrii Hull and J'atiiri.i Ktth. . "riC<.'.\l)IU,V JIM"—with Koticrt iMcnfponinry anrl Mnd^c Evans. "SING Ki\KY SINCV—ivith Alice t-Xvc Ailnliihc nicnjnu. "TKXAS UANGKKvS"—nifli I r rcd MunMnrray and Jean Tarker. "SWINtt TIME"—ivilh I'red As- lairc niul Ginger Itogcrs. ROXY \tlin.—Always 10 «• 2.">c—Ic Tav •Saturday - Sunday RicliaVO Arlcii and Cecilia I'arkcr in The Miuc With the Iron Door' GMriocu—"Scrappy's pony" Comedy—"Jloiic M.iuiacs" ' with the 3 Sloogci

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