The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 16, 1936 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 16, 1936
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar KVKST9 • Armorel P, T A. meeting 3:15 *P. M. at school i FRIDAY'S EVENTS r Mrs. J. W. Adams and Mrs Charles Alford having txmefl • bridge and rook party "nt Adajiis -homo for U. D. C, 2-30 P M. - Ladies, Bible class, First Methodist church, meeting «t home of .Mrs; ?ailie Hubler, 7;30 p.m. - Dutch LuiKlicon club jnects with Mrs. Lafajctle May. SUNDAY'S F t VENTS, Blomeycr-cookc wedding to be ".•iqlemnlaed. at the Bloineyer residence, 9 A M. Ktd Fcppers fclwt. :Mlss Jane Mc-Adnms hns bpci) elected president of the Red Pepper club of Die city high .school for tills yeflr. Other officers named were: Miss Elizabeth Ann Wll- Tson, , vice-president, • Mils Winifred Crawford, sccrclaiy; Miss Harjoric Warren, trcasuroi; Miss . Marjorie * Warren, treasurer; Miss Evelyn Smart, sergeant at aims; ,'Mlss Luna B. Wilhelm, sponsor. ' This x group has already ghcn 1 » tea In Ihe home economics room of the high "school for tlie new members of the faculty and helped to serve at the Junior- Senior high tcliool P. T. A meel- 'ing this afternoon * • * Lanjc P. T. A Has i First ..Meeting. Plans foi a tag day, lo bs held Saturday, were mode nt the fir,st mcelhiE. pf the Lnngo school parcntTTencher association Thursday afternoon Other business Included the ap pointmcnt of Mis Harvey MoCall as. treasurer, replacing Mrs: Jamef Peterson, resigned Mri T Ct 'Seal, president, announced these chairmen: finance, Mra."- Wilson Henry; project, Mrs.- W. L. Ilpr- ner; program, Mrs. George M Hunt; Girl Scouts, Mrs. Herman Rimer, publicity, Miss Elizabeth Halstead For the piogram the 25 pics- ent- heard a health discussion by Miss Annabellc Bnaul, county ,heallh unit nurse, who (old ol tlie checkup clinic, to be held October C Mrs Ed Hiudln gave the president's message Miss Halslead's room \\on tlie ( dollar prize for having the mosl mothers present.' * • + G» en Shower. L . » ". Mrs,. ,Ailliur Nelson, fornic/ly Miss •* L^wida ; Boyce. 'of Wilson, «as coinplimenled with" a surprise shower glien by Mrs. Ames Azbll' at her home. Tlie rooms were decoraled . in autumn .flowers. In the contests prizes \\ero \\on by Mrs Frances* Pipkin and Mrs L II Davis Son. Born. A son was born September 14 to Mr. ami Mis. N. J. Lochbihlcr, of Sjlvania, O Thn baby, who . weighed nine pounds, has nol been Mrs. Lochblhler was ..formerly Miss--Alberta. Webb, of here; * • + First Methodist W. M. S. Enrolls 'Ntw Members. Mrs.- Jesse Taylor, Mrs. Ralph Nichols and Mrs. J. K. Wooten were enrolled- as new members of the Woman's Jdissionaiy society of the First Methodist church m a meeting Monday afternoon, at the church. For the devotional period of tlie program Mrs B. A. Lynch used John 15. Mrs Pat O'Brjant spoke on "Clearing the Spring ' and Mrs W. D. McClurkin on "The People's Central Institute." Tlie closing prajcr v,as snld by Mrs A C Haley. Refreshments were "served In the tocial hour. * • » * Baptist Circles Meet. Circles of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church held meetings Monday afternoon. Mrs. Jolm/Buchanan entertained clicle 1, when Mrs. Llojd Sflckmon conducted thq business session, Mrs. Ney Hunt tho devotional, and Mrs. C /W. Aflllck, the mission lesson The seven present were served an ICB course. ^Circle 2 met at Ihe home of Mrs. U. W. Mulllns when 15 Attended. The -devotional, talcn from John 20, was led by Mrs waiter Bishop.-<Mr> Leslie Moore present, which was conclude*! with prayer by Mrs. T. B. Shepherd. Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Patty Shane will leave In- inorrow for PoUEhkoepsle, N. "V,., where she Is a student at Viissnr. Mrs. Sterling Wood, nnd duugli-. Ur, Pally Jcnn, of Walnut nidge, will arrive today lo, visit Mrn. Wood'.? parcnls, Mr. and Mrs. E. P Dlonieyer. They arc' coming 01 ci especially for the wedding of 1 Mrs, Wood's: sister, Miss* Virginia Blomeyer, and .M. c. C'ooko jr.. >f Luxorn, which' will lie solenm- 'zcd Sunday. . : Veinlcp rirlslcr, Mrs, V. M. fjrlstcr, Mrs. Wilbur Wahl,' Kalli- cryn and Theodore Wahl have ro- liimcd from Oxford and Holly Springs, Miss,, where they visited, relatives and friends. Buck Sanders underwent a lou- sjlcctomy today and Is resting veiy well at his homo on'Highway fil.- Mis L M. Chappeir was tnkcii, to tho Memphis Baptist hosplta.1 .yesterday. ..,".. . Miss Berlhn Gunn, of aidcon, 'Mq., Is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murphy, of Memphis, were guests of Mr. and Mrs Malt Monaghnn; yestci)- day MI5 Murphy was. formerly Miss Ha/el Hiiidln If here. ' Richard Haddock, of Horncr.i- vlllej has been admitted lo tho Memphis Dnptlsl hospital. Rondel irislicr, of Holland, was taken lo Ihe Memphis Methodist hospital yesterday. Max Sherwood, of Holland, \\tip •been admitted lo the Memphis IBuplist- hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Roy llogan, who have been making ihelr homo li Springfield-, Mo., havn returned here lo make their home at •:' Dougrm. Avo. ' Mrs Russell Mini- and MIS. Brownie- Wilson Story left today for n ten days visit In Sjdalla, Sli Louis aiid Holla. Mo; Mrs. Jim .Harwell and son havie sone to Dpcatur, Ala., for n thre.o weeks visit" wllli relatives. ' Mrs. Leroy Wood nnd Mrs, David liarlon and Mrs. Jolly Hurlon, of New Madrid, are in Memphis today. Mi andyMrs." E.'.<M."Holl and daughter,', Ernc^llnc, .have .return- Si flolii n ifivc-'daysi'.trlp |a':Knox- vlllo* 1 anrl Newport,. Tcnn J '. •' Mra. Eunice Stewart and son, Eugene, formerly of Clurkbdalc, Miss., and who lire moving lo Memphis, are pucst-s of Mr. and Mrs. E M. Holt for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. W. Leon Suiilh are lu Littlo nock'today on business. ; Luxora Society — Persona] Mrs. Taylor Scgraves . will hnvc as tier guesls. for ten days her inolhcr, Mrs. C. E. Hlntoii, and her sister, Mrs. Melba Baker, of Hint, Mich. They motored down, .arriving Saturday. Miss Ruth, Bulloch spent the week-end in Blylhcviile wilh her sister, Mrs. chamberlain, and her mother. Mis,' Bulloch,' who Is also visiting Mrs. Cliajnbcrlaln. •. Mi. and Mrs, T. D!' Wllklns and Miss Elisabeth Wallace were in Memphis Saturday, purchasing in- slrumchls for the" Kiddie band and two. drums and buss horn for the school band. • Mr. 'and Mrs. Frank Craddock and children, Jackie and Tominie, spent the week-end with relatives in Htimbolt, Tcnn., (heir former home. Mr., and Mis. W. "L. Clark nrc moving this week to the Highlower, residence, opposite Dvcss gin on .Highway 81. Mrs. Orover Driver returned to Jonesboro Sunday with Mr. Driver and visited their son, G. C. who Is a student In Arkansas State college. ", ' ' Mrs. Bayne,, of Portagevllle, Mo, is n guest in the home of Ihe Rev. and Mrs. L. p: Flcmmlng. Mrs. Charles Dlllahay, who underwent a major operation at the onH X* »1J. r^^^t^ 1>1WVIU «t.«t»lv n utitJUl UpPrallOll Rl I [1C anai Mrs. Alfred Carpenter ot-[Bapl!st hospital last week is ic- lered prayers before the Bible ported much improved study was given by Mrs Murray Smart. A salad course was scncd PUIIJ.^ C 1 U vutn iced tea. Children aeck Homes A. new member, Mrs J T Phillips, attended the meeting of circle 3 at the home of Mrs Ed Hardui. The'ten pn.ent ^ere led in the devotional by v Mrs R G. Cash who used ,tho theme "Faith" and prayers were said by Mrs c 3 Wilson, Mrs W. ;« Williams and Mrs. R. E. Blaylock Mrs Blayloek presided In the business session before the mission lesson! Was'given by Mrs. Ahm Huffman, Circle 4 met atrvthe home of Mrs William KolwjcT! when Mrs. Edward A liken was a visitor. Mrs. Ruby Kettingcr ga\e tho de\o- tlonal before „ the mission study *as taughl by Mrs^ Harry Fritz- sus Mrs Tom W. Jackson presided In > tho business session before-the strvjng of cold drinks. Mrs.' W.-A i GrlmmeU, chali- Jnin of circle 5 conducted the devotional, taken from.Hcbiew 10, in» Wr-mpeling and, ato led. the business session. Mrs,' Jesse Kecd- er gave the Bible tudy Ior the 11 Manila Society — Personal Raymond. Cartel-, a CCO recruit, rho was Injured four months ago n n car wreck, hns been released wont to Jonesboro Thiireday u lake a civil service examination in mili'IUon. Mrs. Sarah Miller of Mernnhi' vlBllliig her daughter, Mrs Anione the Memphis visl'tbr the past ' week were Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs. Wick Hall, from the Veteran's hospital In WHe Ralph Fereiison, Miss Clc< Memphis, Tenn. After a few, days I r ' lcj: ctt, Mrs. E. c. Hall, Mrs J .'Wl with his parents, Mrv and 1{ - Walls n«d Mrs. pick Vf. ' vjrs. Lee Carter, he will return to Odciii Ark., where ho was previously stationed. Mr, and Mra. Bill Immell and Vlrs. K, s. Slanlteld havo returned ii'oni Jiulspnla after a short visit, they plan lo spend a few days will) C. W. Tlplon and family of Unnilii and return to their homo Champaign, ill. Miss Dorothy Banoclila, who hns been visiting M. L. Downing Wd family, relumed to her homo In Memphis Saturday. Mr, mid Mrs, jimmy, Woolen .of Toledo, Ohio, returned' lo lliclr home llieic aftei visiting Mrs. Woolen's mollici, Mr.s.' Snodgrass. Miss linbe Riilli Mcliitosh of Manila spent Saturday iii Blylhe- vlllo visiting her sister Mlbs Maple Molntcsh, who is ill. Mrs. Grace Hainan of Manila Is vislllng (ici .skk'r, Mra. Ed MacMaslcrs, of Trumann, 'Ark. Grace Thomi>son of Hiir- risbnrg, Ark., Is visiting her sis- Icr, Mrs. 1'aul Daug|iei-Ly. Mi-.• and Mrs. Mike Tliiemy of Qiillas, Texns, are visiting the hit- ten's imrcnts, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Illilton. -NHWS. Notes Mrs. Bob Crews lef Friday for Ulllle nock, wher^' Mr Crews has ncccptcd posit lot with Ilic National Life Insurance Co. . Mr. and Mis. S|»nce WlllUni of Osceola will .'move intot'tli hoiisp vacated by Mr. and Mr- Bob Crews. 11, Mib.s Mable Pcrrcc of Haytlj Mo and Mis^ lx>inlnc Smith, of Ely thevillp, aie tho two new opera lor? In Iho Keiser.Beauty' Parloi Hill and Ciulis Thaxton' aro Iw new ,barbeu in Iho Kcls«r baibe .•.hop;; , ,. ^ Oils C'lillds hah accep|*d. a posl lion In the Rrocciy department o. tho Reiser Supply. ; Winded Watson lit.' broke two flngeif, In foc*ball piactlbe, Fri- dny aflernoon at school. . CHURCH EXCUSES You may icineinljcr llml I loki you how Jim, llml/s-tny-husljand, Is working on (that Is hi ills mind), an entirely new church, invisible church. Of course, by Ihe lime he gets Ihls all worked out., something new may come into his mind ami If it docs he is liable, lo slart Jiyurlng in an entirely different direction. He llilnks hi such a Mg way, and Ills llioushts grow to such proportions, that, one thought, may taring to ills mind another one Christians Resume , Mid- Week Services , 'Iho Ifirsli Cln-islian church is •rcMiinlng its mid-week, imiyer services on Wednesday , night wltli (ho first lo ho held lonlghl In making tho announcement tlie HQV earrol B. Cloyd, said: • i'Tho- program will lie different and wo hope many be with us a t Mils opening service." An invitation is also being ev Iciuled lo (hose who have ever sunn in ..the. church choir to nl-, lend. .Plans will be made for mi- nnisic for ti)p. , evangelistic along entirely different, Hues. I loll him If lie ever sticks tc one Idea ' until he gets it al worked" out, lie will astound the rest of the world. I think h< finding, thai there arc so , man just like ourselves, they join th cliureli;llicn they move and eltlic forget/ Up take their church let tcrs .or lose them and cion! say : -anything about it, in the! new location. So, in this way Jim, lhat's-my-husband, says the then; fcccomo, invisible cliurc members: . Hound's Baying Weird LORAIN, ,O. (UP) — Patrolmat H. C. Oawn was cruising when hi radio .crackled out a. call, ."womai being 'murdered.". ' Gawn opcne his siren, -..pulled his: pistol fron its.ihpLstet'.and .rushed' to th scene. All ' lie .found was a houn baying, at- the njoon and a vcr frightened 'woman next door, \vh snld, "It sounded, lo me like woman, being 'murdered." courier. News Want Ads. . CARD OK THANKS We -wish, to express •• our '.thank to everyone who were so kind, t WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER ; 16,- 103 CHAS.S. LEMONS Home FURNISHINGS Moderately Priced MATTRESSES 55 Lh. A. C. A. IMui(«d Kelt $975 Pound I'lititcd Felt $ 7 Uoroy nofs, mi employe of W, M. Taylor's gin, was painfully Enrollmeot Increased at Deli High .School Dell high school opened Mori- ilny, September 7, with-a great Increase In oniollment ovcr-'ilast year, ami four now faculty members. Mr. Mulllns has been "add- as superintendent nnd Mrs. home economics department!'has !>b its new inslructoi Mis stone Mis Gieeimay is the only was ticcessnry lo amputate the thumb on his left hand.. Several lingers were badly lacerated. Mrs. B. 11. Robinson culoil lined tier. two-Ifible : brldeo club rhms dny. alternoon. Fom- guesla Wore in-cscnl, Miss Juiie Shcniok, Mrs E. C. Gook, Mrs. Merrill Polk and Mra. C. E. 'Shell. Mrs. W E Plgg won high score prize, Miss Slier rick WHS awarded; guest |)rize and Mrs Merrill Polk cut consolation. Members of- Iho' Kclser 4 U. olnb accompanied, by Miss CIniko IIL tie, went lo Marlanna Wednesday to, .Insijeol.. the' experiment fnniis thprQ. : . .Tlioso . .goi'iiK^vvcie ^Mls, France.'; -Atichlln, : Hnfry,' D Andei sph;.; Webl). 'Aiirtcrsbn'i"' Russell In gram! 'mid Clayton \Vhlto Mrs. B. R. Ntooio letinned Fii- day from a short visit with hei sister, Mrs. T, H. Goddard, in Plckncyvllle, III. While there she mended Ihe funeral of her niece Mrs. Lane Chester. • \ " ' i Miss Sue Wood, home '"economics in Keiser high .school, -— class Ins elected these officers: Mavis Whistle president: Dallas Brounlce, vice nvesidcnt; Nancy Baldwin, 'second vice pi, Pauline Mooney scoielln Kathijn Gill treasiir. ci Hoicnce Dunsmorc poet Rosalie Vcach roirartei Ben Eon htslonap Algle WajUicc piophet 5idle Sloney chss comedian, Algio Wallace sergeant at-arms. T C Hii«knis and John Hugh Man Bun piogrmi 'commlttet meeting, .to be held hi November lls during' Ihe Illness and dealh ns well as for the regular church'"'' ollr beloved husband and falh- serviecs In tlie-. future. er . O. I. MorrLsctt. That God may (losell News , Mrs.. Gecrgc Dunn, her ' mother, Mrs. Will G.can, and her sister, Mr.s. Charles Strotnlrb. were hostesses lo a party Thursday In. honor cf Mr. Gean's C4th birth- dny. 'the affair was at the Bunn home. Included In the 20 guests'were Arthur Wise, of . rc-ulkes, Tcnn., Mrs. Francis Barron and Misri Alice Gcnn, of Blylhevillc, .riminie and Albert Bowling and children, of Armorel. The Iflrllidny cnke was served with fruit salad. . bless each of you Is our .prayer. Mrs. G. I. MorrlseU Mr. anil- Mrs. J. T. Ashley Mr. and Mrs, K D. Morrlsett. Atthe first SNIFFLE Quick! —the unique aid for pie'venling colds. Especially designed for nose and upper throat, wlicic most cotds start. Heu| comler News Want Ads ' VlCKSVATRONOL 30t double quantity SOc ; OWN r A FARM Save \our money by pulling it In a Farm You can paj iill cnsh or part cash and the balance yearlj Land \ahas In this vallej rre ^r-idinllj Increasing. We have, n low fni-iris-lp.ccll, If you have any fnrm land lo sell,- or if you wish to buy a farm, see me. H^theviUe, Ark. Phones 737 anil lie G.G. CAUDILL CAN YOU SEE WITHOUT- LIGHT? It is known that our VISION is no beiter than the LIGHT w^ use. Insufficient LIGHT is move dangerous than no light at,- all ior without LIGHT we do not "strain" our eyes •Your children are again starting: the important tusk of study. Be sure they are not "straimny" their eyes which results in fatigue, nervousness and in- W ASH and Grease Job Slandnrd Esso Service Sla. Mnlu. <fc Division Raymond Selnnuck, Leasee COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN Weds. - Thurs. 50lb< Cotton Mattress $3,95 Kitchen Cabinets Glassware.-^Co.m- plctc \yi|K SiftM. White • o,r ' Green anil Ivory. $19.61 RUGS 9 x 12 Kelt Base $195 9 x 12 Armstrong Standard Paramount;' News and JIarch of Time —Admission— Matinee—10 & 25.c—With le Tax Night—10 i- 35c—With l,c Tax A 13-year-old girl .and Iwo brolhers, aged seven and nine, are seeking homes through Mrs. John II: Long, county' probation officer. The girl, v;ho is very attractive and has nips manners, 15 said to be very .Indiislrious nnd Is very eager lo work, if she ca: find a home,, TAKEN MJn "BERNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS FRUE Mrs. Lfsllo Hooper Mrs. A. c. Haley 11D9 Clilckasawba Phono 792 Or$. Wcrt & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Over Jo« IsancvV Stdrs "WK. MAKE,. :F.M SS5: Phone B« efficiency. Have- your child's eyes examined by your doctor and call our office for the FREE SERVICE of our TRAINED HOME LIGHTING ADVISER, She will advise you how to avoid "EYE STRAIN" 'by the proper use oT the LIGHT you have available. GOOD LIGHT Arkansas-Missouri Power Company "Dependable Low-Cost Klecttic Service" TUESDAY, SEPT. 22— SJQO.QO HANK NIGHT! ! Lasl ni£hl W. J.' Ricley of tills city was called, foe the 575.00— But; was nol present—Making Bank Deposit next week $100.00! —COMING SOON— "SWING TIME" wilh Fred As- laire and (linger Roffcrs. "GKNERAI, HIED AT DAWN" with Gary Cooper and Madeline Carrol; ROXY Artm.—Always 10 ft 25c—le- 'Tax Last Time Today PAL NIGHT 2 Adiills Admitted for 1'rice of 1 All 'Two Against the World' With Humphrey liogarf nnd Keverly Robcrls Fox. Movietone News and Comcily Matinees Daily at 2:15 Night 7:00 Thursday - Fridav RUGS 9; x 12 Acnistrong Quaker BEDROOM SUITES BEDROOM FURNI- TURE:—Liktcgjt designs o£ well made, durable suites in solid iMiiplfl,. solid Walnut. Walmil veneers and Guiri. 4.-nit'ce Wodernislic Bedroom Suites. Priced from: Al tractive BEDROOM SUITES (Mft in Gum. Priced From I <ffi to ^-Q ^0 )j«vt?' (jjyy.uU NO. i com sravE CAST RANGE With Hearlh $24.50 ATLANTIC RANGE ' ATLANTIC RANGE CHAIRS Unfinished 78 G HIGH CHAIRS Children's $1.95 SPRINGS 1>ricctl From $2J4 to $1175 BEDS 2 In. I'osr, Iron CANECHAIRS First Quality- Second. Grade CANE ROCKERS With Arms $1.91 ROCKERS High Hack $2.95 a " d '$3.95 ROCKERS Upholstered Golden Oak .Dining Chairs Set of six SEE THE Oil. BURNING HEATER AT OUR STORE ••£Sfe^3'nTb^ * CirC f t ", n '"*' ™' UmC ° f Purpplnstic Enamel. \vm comfortably healed rnr. not crack'or chip. _ -. .. • Provides a I'ocuscd Comfojt • Bums inexpensive furnace Zone of penetrating radiant oil. Burnishes plenty of heal, bringing instant com clean, caw free heat at low fort when Heat - A - Juslor cost - ' , Doors are opened. It's , Always WARM IN THE... 'FOCUSED COMFORT ZONE" EVERY DAY A SALES DAY }

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