The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 22, 1936
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' PAGE TtYO BIATIIEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS' WEDNESDAY'S I Bibie stHfly,' church, of Chrisl, *weUng ft'2.3 pm, *|tli Mrs B 4.! Shelton. t Ionian's Auxiliary, First- Presbj- ftrtjn cliurof)," Jiving s(urty at the <Jtnirch 9 am j Sunbeams jncstlug First Baptist cliurcli.- 4 p lu I ' THURSDAY'S FVENT8 , Roman's Auxiliary, Flr->l prcsbj- tferlap chlircll, having study at the ijvjroli, 10 am, followed by Inn-, •neon I Allnr society of fjhurpl) of Im- 6iacula(e QoriccpHpn, ha\i)ig blujo parl\", 8 pm. at social hall I Dutch Lujiphcon club meeting *llh Mrs W Owen D)ue -, , FRIDAYS EVENTS i O p> s having; plated ineel- jjig, 1:30 p. in: II. D. OHas-A ^euefil rW>, > The benefit-'-card party, suori- ^orcd b.j Mrs J \V Adams .in-1 Mrs Charles " Altord ' rriilnj af- Jeinoon fpr the Rllloll nctcltcr " -" ••'."" 1 ." 1Q - u »! tol ; , of *ihe' Confederacy, nettcf ^ substantial sum uhlcli will be placed In the eencial ticasuij. 'The affair was al tlic Adams Jipinf?, 'which wagi decorated Ii puCiimn (toners The mgani/n Jlco'a colors, jfd ,and white were jiscd in the table ..arrangement and Ihe refreshments | There were 12 tables of bridge l(*j nhjclt Mis Paul Orec: wsfl « pair of silhouettes foi fW<. prize ai)d Hcrmnn Cro^ jjcfchcd i plaque for Hie tray fl^ig pri^e.. In Iho ono table •£ rook, Mrs. T, H. Hflyncs v'or <**fru|l, towl for high tcore. Si. en Have Meetings Ihe 15 members or Ihe Wo Jin's Missionary society of .tin s Street Mctl)odi>t church* ho attended Ihc meeting Mon- nfternoon at the church, hac i devotional aiid business scs- ilrs. Tomnilc Sliclton read fr> Mrs A w ; as prc Ii. Green Reagan" and Mrs 8 ' Dcen of' fered pra>ers The .business!, session sided over by Mrs. W. To Have Pmeo Marie l'art> and Rose Bom bolaski I ill be hostesses lo U bingo party, tq be given by tin J\ltar socjcly of the Church o (he Immaculate' ;conccptlc-i Thursday njght 8 o'plock * .•. t - » Son Burnt A son was 'born Saturday lc Mr and Mrs George Turnage a thelhdme of •Mrs.'Turnage's par cnts, Mr and Mrs Sam Est™ of near Yarbro The baby wh weighs te\en pounds, has besi homed Donald' Glenn. * » » Ekets Officer^ Mrs. Ramsey Diincn'u.was elected president of the Uidlcs Bible clas of the First Methodist church Sun day school in a meeting at In home of Mrs'. Sallle Hiibler. Mrs Wyalt Henley was named score tary and Mrs.- Chnrles Wood, re porter. llrs. C. N. Nfial awlstcd t[ie hos tesg in'serving refreshments. * * t M&rriage Licenses Issued. These marriage licenses have ro eently been issued from, the Bly theville olfjcc of the county cour clerk:: Clifford Rodgers-anil Mis. Helen . Overall, both of Cooler Dorris Ward and Miss Beatrice Mo Daniel, 'both of Armorcl; Roller . Lee Barnes and Miss Geneva Raj both of here; Joe nice -and, Miss Lucile HuUon, ixith of Manila Frank Wlgenback, of St. Louis, an Miss Mary E. Wright, of CarutV ersville; Paiil McPhpctcrs and Mis Anna Pearl Young, botp."of Caruth ersville; ,Sam 5ml(.h jr., and Miss Orlins Justice, both of here; Tliom- Memphis Baptist hospital, Is recuperating lapidly following ." ai operation for appendlcill.s.. Sht Iplans lo return home Thursday. Norman Bunch was taken to Ihc Memphis Daptl.'il hospital! yesterday. Mrs. Emma f'olcy, of Chicago ami Itorkfbt'd, ill., is the gnesl of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gates. W. II. Raspberry, of Gosnell, lias r.oi'n admitted lo the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mis. Mary Kay. of ICelscr, is nt St. Jcstph's hc.sp!lal, Memphis: ' Rcm'csenlalives of 16 Counties Mcel Today at First Baplisl Cluirch. TUESDAY, SBPTRMBRU 22, 1930 Wilson P.-T. A. Holds Year's First Meeting WILSON, Ark.—The Wilson I'ar- eiil-T<;ucher associat'on held its first niccliug of Ihc year 'linns- day a|tmioon in tlie st-hool auditorium \vilh .(o members present. Mrs. Berry Grain presided over a rhorl business session. The president's message was given by Mis Rogers. Refreshments were Mr. and Mrs, B. Wob:L?pn, ' Mr. and Mrs. M, a. Edwar.-ls, 'ii-Ir. and Mrs. John lltirgftt will atlcnrl a picnic and barb.'cue to bo hel;l by the Magnolia Petroleum Company nt Crowley's Hidgc Stall; Park' 1 Friday. ' ': Mrs. II. C. Martin was in Memphis yesierday. ' ( Miss liuby lircwn lias gone lo Ji iu :•!. 1:10. wlirre she will attend Arkansas State: nitlcge for a i;l>l necks term. Mlra Minnie Brbwpj accoii:paiiicd her then'. ' •' Cai'llon Tampkins And Alabama Doc lor Wed OSCIiOLA, Ark.— Announcement, \Viis made lo;lay of the wedding of Miss Cnrlton Tomiiklns of this city Cliark's D. Price of Casth- -cry, The miirrlagi.' look place served by the haipitalily committee ivllh Miss Emma Claire ilair- ilon and ivir.s. Elstnor Heal as lios- tusse.s. Osccola Society — Personal Mrs. !•', U. Tompklns was has- lets and program leader lor circla one of tile Baptist W. M. U. yes- tci'.lay afternoon. The devotional lessen \vas given by Mrs. Jttlin A. pdrliijjlon. Mrs. Ida Tucker discussed the Centenary celebrations Tlic :!lf> iTpiv.M'iitutives of Wo- rpcn's MLssloiinry Union in Il;i|)- lisl churches 'of northeast Arkan- ... ----- fas arc attending the annual ills-! ' rl: c following room mothers were jnry in china for 5B years, was i-s- nii'l rally here to;!ay at Dieiap-polntea: ' viewed by Mrs. n. II. Jones. I'ii.'.l lia|ilisl cliurcli. There an: l-'irst uraclc—Mri diaries I on-- Circle two mot will! Mrs. A'da Hi cciunlles in I ho K ma ft . jrancu, Mrs. C. H. 'slum-, Mrs,' Jj- " -. - . ic. occimil grade—Mrs. Aslinior:, J. Jack MtlllEan. Third grijds— s, W. J. .Luriwig, Mrs. Tui'iier. i grade—£lrs. HerharL Sulli- •Mir fiKilnri: of itic ,-ln. was. an n.ldrous by Mrs. C. I). Cmi^nau of I.^isbin-g. TfHI) BJ Hrr of the Royal Gorvioe te-j t:rai.-;. wlm spote on "The Com- Wciiliin". Uiili)|; as l lier I In mi 1 .the wiiUiliwnrij of llic or- l!aii!::nllcn, "As the'. Fallicr liii i:riil me, oraii . so send , I .you". :hr lolil of Hie /ivn points m.'cil- i<l lo curry oul lliis commission: Ion-, licrvlm, • til-flyer,, gifts and ::uiilii:e. and urged her Ij.slciicr.i lc Icrsaril t|;e work by reor- i;iiiitelnt! Ihelr lives so us lo niii, iiii-si' tliluns first. .\li;s Maroarct Ifiitcliitison The co^rd Is makint; smart uscj of her lime by studying while she ™.Hs for .her date, sure that'he'll approve of her stunning prin- cpSs./rpck Qi-wlne silk cfcpeiwiih'push-up sleeves nnd a row of b'aic and henna billions down Ihc front of the bodice. The sMrl is sllmi Hie collared neckline fairly high. ill the llaptlsl iiarsonntj'c iu l>ark- ersbuii'. w. Va.. on '.September ic.i The brids Is His oldest daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. p. K. Touipkuw and a [jriiduiitc. nf OsL-coiu high school, clnts of I!>:«). slio attend- 1 ed Arkansas Slat: ci>llags, Jains- bom. Iwo years and is n Biaduiiti. of Auburn I'olyleclinie insliliif.-, Auburn, All. Hiiu,v lier (jra:li:atlo:i she has been employed as a slnlf dietician In IWIevir hospital, New York city. She is a membor of Sisnm t'lii ncla sorority. Dr. Prl;;; is also a i>riiduale of Auburn Polyi- (cchnlc Insliliite and is a ineni- tier of Liim'odn Clii Alpiia Irnt.iiv nity. After a bridal trip they will, be ill home In Parl:crebui(! v.'hcio he Is located in liovcrinnciil meilr leal service. is West .and Miss Olene. both of herb; Limb Byrimi Morris; boilijof liuxora; Mc- l uynum, boU.i of here; Tlicmfe s'onvood and' Miss Sylvia" Pe\vlj,l, bntli.of Leachvllle; Harrison IIi|If nnd MissWilnm Ricivuoth'orRosr- !nn<J;' Fred Johnson, of. Willow Springs, • Mo., nncl Miss liva Tici- wpll,.= of Carultiersvlllc; Wlllnrrt Keeling, • of/ Dell, and Miss Mmy, iVfartlm slum?,, of Rosclanil; Wiil- tcr U Bolln jr., ami jMIss Veller yd, both of Gosiieli; Henry Campion, of.liraggndocfp, and MJss Tiny Washington, of lilitytl; Leon Vnuglinn Oliaiiey ami Miss ItaUri Evelyn .Williamson, both of Manil John Edward Lewis, of Gosuell and Miss Willie. C. Bowles, of Hic man. The Mississippi rtvcr «ud Its 25 tributaries drain about 1,250,BOO square miles of land, or 41 per cent of the United Stales. Bits of News Moslly,i.P t erso'ial ; •'-•, "•-••'• -#••<•'.-*''• van, Mrs. Thomas Lancy. fifth grade—Mrs. J. w: \yhil\vorlb, M rs C. W. Ferguson. Sixth grade—Mrs; K. W, F.uilkiieiV'Mrs, Alfred ,V/il- liams, Mrs. Clus l-'rar.icr, Sevcnlli lirailc—Mrs. Pittman, Mrs. Whila.'. lilshtli grade—Mrs. riegcunld, Mrs: Caraway. Ninlh frade—Mrs. pen- try, Mrs. 1'letclie.r. Tenth grade— Mrs. K. p. aullom, Mrs. O. M. .Hill. Eleventh grade—Mrs. J, U. of^Chiytou, Mrs. u. II. Davis. Twelllh liilln Reck, slalc youiig iieople' gritdc—Mrs. J. E. Morgan, Mrs. Icadi-r. told of tiio wol-k to ho John Knoc'ns. dune l;.v Ilin district, associaliouali and Inca! youus people's cumi- r lho slnlc liosiiiliil work of liiq llaplist cliurcli W"s rcco\in|cil by iir.'i. It. IS, Ruilisill of Lttllu Kpck, jtiilii hospital chrilruiau. The c|«rolln!)Hl was Riven by Mr:.. C. H. Kay of Litlle Reck, :tiitc preiildpjjl. Mrs. J. O. Spoils of West Memphis, district prcfiident, presided in Hi!! all tiny mecilni;, which ciiciitd at 0:45 o'clock. ConFer- iru-s ivprc led liy Mrs. Creasmaii in I'liiislmcnl, Mrs. Ray on pcr- :wi;il cm-vice mill Miss llulchin- 0:1 counsellor:; 1 -work. A dis- 'iiiut of the dlsliict uiKiyct. and rr pliins made up Ijie -reii- •iil cniifni-nnce led by Mrs. Spoils. 'I he aflrrnoon session is belli;! ulureil with conferences apd' a Minil luble discussicn Klrcs.iinj mis nnd mclhods fur, 10^7. Lurch was served by members f Ihc hostess cliurcli. Mrs. Les- MOIIKI is presiitciU of Ihc nlrrlnliiing (jroup. • • BOing on ill C'liimi this year. Tin life history and work of Dr. Hose- well H. Graves, medical mlsslon- Btillsr will) Mrs. Hale Jackitin as ie ' ull ' r ° r tllc u ' sso " on P Msonal Scl ' vica - Mls - D ' "• ^" k ™= !l """ M ' rs - ''• A - TeafoKl loJk l >ait on the pro 3 niu. on her return slw will rcsuino her 1 'fr! leaching in tlic Hatcher' Corisoli- • \ " ' dated school. '-' Ix>ule Gwaltncy of Menu, Ark and Mrs. A. w. Bowcn were in Memphis yesterday at the bedside of Mr. and Mrs. Owaltney's thrco- ycar-old son, L-.imar, who is seriously ill at Ihc Baptist hospital. Mrs. Sam Coble, Mrs. Guy Bryant and Miss Eiiiina Cox left yesterday for a week's motor trip to Die Centennial celebration in Dallas and Port Wcrlh. Robert Davidson, who is iu I lie U. £n action sarvicc, itatlotnd at Kclley Field, San Anlonlo. Tex., is spending liis vacation with hii untb, w. P. M. Ferguson and family 0:1 Carran Lake. Mr.' and Mrs. J. s.. Burton were Mi'mphis visitors yesterday whero Mr. iiiirtnn. consulted n' physician. Jnl:n Andrew F/lrin^ton is in Memjilils toilnyon business. Mr. and Mrs. L). Ii. Hlackwoad have as their house guests this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McNeil of Little Rock. Mr. aiKt Mrs. E. II Stephens and family drove lo Jone.sboro Sunday with their- daughter, Mary Alice, .who enrolled al Arkansas SUte college for a six weeks .term. Up- An Indian path became the scheduled airplane roule in America. An early . railroad between New York and Philadelphia followed the path, and (lie airplane route, built In 1910, followed (lie 'ailroad. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cole, of tlag- ci'Sto\vn, Mel., and Mrs^ Win. Kopntx and two daughters, Misses Pearl iitxl Arleuc, of IlairisburS' Vu., are the guests of Dlythcvlllc relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jcssec stitt have returned from Hot Springs where Ihey attended the wedding of Mr. Still's f sister, Miss. Mary Lillian Stitt, of Tlot Springs, to William Veuiible, also of Hot Springs, which .\vns solcninl/cd yesterday. Mr. yen- able is'counseled with the Paramount, theater there. L. A. Fair, who is In charge ol Ihc United Slates Navy recruiting j office al. .lonesuoro, was In Bly- j IhcvUlc today. John Allen, of Caruthcrsvlllc, Is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Miss Huth Butt, who is al Ihc Benefit Supper I31CLL, Ark.—The I Iiiinj economics ulrls of TJ;1I liigli .scho:>l will givi> nn itc cream supper nt 7:30 Wednesday night on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. B. M'Woodard's home lo raise money to iiirnisti the liv- iivi:-r.0cm. ol th; ilbiiu Economics coiljfgc. .- ;' . ~' .- .-'( ' -';:,... : : --_ , , hi Mniiltolia. .by conservative retimate, tliere were!5001) siinwshbe rnbblls to the square milo'in 1885. But 1887 brought the inevitable rabbit plague, and Hie bo;iies of dead bunnies were to be seen every few yards' throughout the. province. CATCHING COLD? At the first worn iiij; sncczr — quick — n few drops up cacli riosUil. Its timely use helps prevent tnnnyrolds. VlCKSVATRONOL V^HOOIE- WHAT OICKY HASMT GOT ON THE BALL tO-OAT. DRINK MILK FROM CRAIG'S DAIRY XlND -lOU'Ll- ALWAYS ~ W.EMTV JON THE BALL, 1 MISTER. Give. >our rhlTdrtn'.iSC^j* PUK1 TVHOLfcSOMK CRAIG'S milk an JicUce^lhfiP ^eight, increase, the ncr\c-polsc ahd slrcnglli >, GRADE A, RAW .MILK " Pint, \\"f'''.\ I'.'.'.".'.'.'. Butleftnilk, Qt. r ...',... 0 S EE the uxciting : ncw 1937 Sludc- . bakers first and see the first and finest expression of 193 7 molor car styling! •Open .Ihe \yidc, deep doors bud walk into ahe lavishly roomy new Sludchakcr inlcriors, superbly styled by Helen Drydcnl Gel behind the wheel and thrill to Ihc brilliant .new Studcbakcr performance—-in the world's onlv car with, the .automatic hill holder and the finest hydraulic brakes! CDCtf FIVE STUDEBAKER PRESIDENT SEDANS for the best • '•»l"t« forecasts of the Presidential election. Tune in Studc- baker Champions Monday night N.B.C. for details. ''.-••-••BROADWAY:SALES CO. Hlythcvillo, Ark, In a cow, only the nose has sweat lands. L(i|uid^ Tnlilcts ' 'S, N6sc Drops Try "Iliib-My-Tism' World's licsl Liniment checks MALARIA in :i [lays COLDS day Ilcaihu'hc, :iO, • mi miles -V COOLEST Sl'OT IN TOWN TONIGHTS $11 BANK MIGHT! I ast vreli Mr. W. .t. K':ilcr of Iliis cify u-as called for iTie S"5.CO —He . was mil i'U'scnt —'Ma'iiin- liAN'K I)!-:! 1 OS IT TONIOHT ?l6ll! On the Screen HELEN I USED TO BE JUST LIKE YOU-I WANT TO TELL -~^__YcHJ_WHftT hELPFD ME DON'T MENTION" MEDICINE-1\'£ WELL!.,.[ CAN AT LEAST TRY CARDUt BRING ON YOUR OLD WORK,...I HAVE'NT AOOEO AITRACriONS With Lynn Overman and Williiiin Krawley Novelty Shorts Weds. - Tkrs. 1,000 LAUGHS SET TO MUSIU! McHUGH • YACKT ClUB SOYS JtANNE MADDCH . CASOL HUCHFS Cr*l£ REYNOLDS . liobait CAVANAUCH H4M &1AS Klvl! L 1. ll«,h^l »d 10,^ i,k. News, !t1lisk-:il Shoit ami N'mclly —Adini>-sinii— '• 5!:ilinrc—II) f- 25 C —H'illi lc Tax Niglil—10 f, ;KI-— IVflli lc T:iv —C0.1IFNO SOON'— "GIVIJ All-: VOIIK UI-AI!T" willi Kay Fivllcis .iiiii George lircnl. "I!KNG,H, TlfJKK" ivilh liarton iVIcl.anr. ••!'i;i'l'i;il" with .lano Withers :u:d Iiviii ,S. Cob I). Ailm.—Always ID A 25c—lc Tax Tues, - Weds. PAL NIGHTS! 2 AlllllLs Artmiilcil fnr 1'ricc of 1 All Chililrch—lOc T""" --?\i ABOARD THE HUR^ < TLING TRANSCONTINENTAL EXPRESS! Thousands of women say CARDUI has helped them C ARDUI hrlp.-, women lo get more strength from (ho lood they cat, thereby helping (hem to overcome n tendency to severe functional pains at certain times and "jittery" nerves when in a weakened, run-down condition. Kcmcmbcr that Cardul has Irecn \n use for more Hum 50 years, anil that thousands and thousands or women have written Ihty were benefited by taking it. Now If — of mal-nutrilion (poor nourishment) — YOU fc(-l uwn-oiil, nervous and all upset ciriy month, v.i 1 ,-i lH>tllc of Cardiii right away and lake It nccoiditi;: lo directions. Give Cardul a ItioroiiBh trial. I'md out for yourself whether It will iK-nefit you. Ol K.IIIM-, If Caritul decs not benefit you, consult your doctor. rkKin'r DOUGLAS ISABEL JEWELL ( >..^^^tft.^-aj*<r*'^r^ j-^^jti mjt^yj^ , Fcx ^IcvielpiiQ, New? ami Comedy^ ^ L.jril,..

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