The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 14, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 14, 1934
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PAG* TWO OOUBIW NEW8 Socui Calendar : : 8WDAY'8 EVENTS 6J*e smoker at country club for trl-ttate folf tournament entrants. UOWPAY'S EVENTS Circles of woman's missionary society of First Methodist cliurcli: 1, Mrs M.srcus Evrard; 2, Mrs. S. F. Martin; 3 and t. Mrs. P. II. Acton. Circles I, 2, and 3 of ihe Woman's auxiliary In the church meeting Monday afternoon at the church, 3:00 o'clock, followed by the auxiliary meeting at 4:00. Woman's council, First Christian church, meeting Monday at hall for luncheon and executive board meeting, 1 p.m. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Eastern Star meeting nt 7:30 pm hull Hon Bom, A Eon was bom Sunday to Mr. and Mir. W. H. Houston Jr.. of Tun'cn, Miss. Th3 baby, who wetcla five nr.d a half pounds, lias been named W. H. III. Mother nnd baby are at the'Memphis Baptist hospital. Mrs. Houston was formerly fllss Carolyn Hall, dauclilci of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hall. Golfers to Hive Stef Sapper Fart;. ' Players In Ihc trl-stnte tournament, to be held here colt dmy and Monday, will be guests at a 'Stag supper party Sunday evening at the country chib. The. men will be served n cold plate supper at 8 o'clock, followed by Informal entertainment. * • • JnMn Meet. • The Junior Christ. Ambassadors of the, First Assembly of God church met Sunday evening. Mis: Marfe Blnkley has been elected <re*surer and Miss Betty Dugiin, reporter. Miss Mildred Cudd is teacher. The group recited the first 30 bocks of the Bible. Bih of Ntus Mostly Personal It's Up to the Women BY MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT A Delicious Saturday Pudding Breakfut Furiim-Milk-Siigiir, Hrcad-Moluf- ses. Milk for Children, Colfce for Kdults. Dinner Scalloped Potatoes In Tomato Sauce, Whole Whpat Bread-Hutler, Cabbage Snlnd, Brawn Sugar Pudding, Milk for Children. Supper Creamy Eggs on 'roust. Whale Wheat Brciici-Buttei, Sliced Hu- nanas-Toi> Milk, Milk foi Children, Ten [or AdulU. SCAI.LOPKO POTVPOES IN TOMATO SAUCE: 1 1-4 quarts sliced potatoes, a to 3 onions sliced,.2 cups strnincd loniuto, 1 !-'.} feas[KK>nb full. 1-a tenspooii pcp- (icr, 2 tablespoons flour. Peel. and slice potatoes, parboil one or two mlnute.s In n small quantity of water, drain. Put. n layer In n baking ilish. Add on- Jon, !\ sprinkle of sail, pcppsr iinU flour: re|>eat. The lomnloes inuy IK diluted with the wntcr In which potatoes were parboiled. Add tomatoes to potatoes, Jot with f:it, :over dLsli and bake 1 1-2 hours or until done. , CREAMY EGGS ON TOAST: '2 1-2 cups Jxit m|lk. 5 CRgs. 3-4 teaspoon pepper, 1 teaspoon but- .ter, 5 slices tonst. Deal eggs slightly, add salt nnd pepper. Stir hot 'milk Into nlxtiire itml cook over hot water, stirring constantly until mixture is hick ami crcnmy. Add butler. Scrte on toast. BROWN SUGAR rUIIDINO: 3 cups milk, 4 1-2 tablespoons corn- larch, 4 tablespoons blown sugar, Wilson Society — Personal .1 Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee WlLsoi. jr. and sons, H. E. Lee ' III. and Frank, left Wednesday for Glenwood Springs, Col, where they will spend two months.. Misses Mary Clalr eand Evelyi Cone Murphy arc visiting frJuuk. In Batesvlllc, Ark., where they formerly lived, Miss Jewel Tyler, of Pocahontas Is visiting .her sister, Mrs. Car Bird. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roach and 1--1 teaspoon snll, 1 cgu, 1-2 lea- son, Hobert jr., left Thursday for spam vanilla (1 teasiwon coin-line Ozarks. where they will spcr ilarch mny Ix) .substituted lor the CEf if desired!. Mix the cornstarch. klcspooiis sugar and 1-2 cup c-jld nllk Mciimvlillc ."cnlil Ihe rest of the milk in (he lop ol a double boiler. Pour n litlln of Ihe milk on the eornslarch mixture and Wend well. Add llils lo the raiialnhu; scnldcd milk inVfl stir constantly until tlie pudding cents HID spoon, Remove UK: spoon, cover (he double boiler anil cook for '25 minute's, stirring occasionally, ncm Ihc esg slightly, add Ihc remaining sugiu- and pour the pudding over the egg mixture gradually, sllrrlng constantly mid relurn to Ihc rtoiiblc boiler lo co>i 1 inliiutp longer. Add UK vanilla, beal up well, and pour inlo cold, wet molds or sherbet, glasses, chill thoroughly. Serve with sliced slewed fruit or lop milk. II desired. Tcmorrow: The Sunday Menu. (Copyright, IWi, by Ainia Eleimor Roosevelt; distributed by United Keature Syndlcnte, Inc.) Mr. «nd Mrs. W. R. Adams and Mrs Mabel Walts have as theii euests Mr. and Mrs. Billy Nr.rth- in|tpn and son and daughter. -JIIQ Mrs. Norfleet, of Kevll, Ky.. who will be here during the weekend. Bill Afllick Is attending to business In Memphis today. )Uss Georgia Lee has returned Iron Chicago where she attendee the fair as guest of local firm: •nd the Ritz theater who sponsored a recent contest In wnicl. »ne was winner. She was accom- . pinied by her sister, Mrs. C. B. Holt, who was also awarded the trip as chaperone, and Mrs. E. M. Holt . 'Wash Burgess of Jonesboro. United States deputy marshal, attended to business here Tliursdoj night. Mrs. Earl Potter ,of Djll, underwent an operation Thursday ni the Memphis Baptist hospital. Sh'. was accompanied there by Mr. Potter and Dr. Edna Nies.' Her condition now is very good. Mrs .Max B. Reid, who has been ill a week at the Blythcvilk hospital, is now much better. Junmie Hall has returned from a two weeks vacation spent inHei- nando, Miss., as the guest of his grandparent, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Emerson. C. E. Maddox Is in Memplih where he underwent an opsratiou upon his eyVat the Eye, Ear, New. and Thfoat hospital. His nephew, J. Cecil Lowe, who accompanied him, has returned hoinc. Mrs. John B. Darls is spending two weeks In Memphis as the guesi of Mr. and Mrs. Rnftis Allen nnd other friends. Miss Mamie Perry is leaving ihis afternoon for Memphis where she will visit friends. - Mmss. M. T. Moon and W. T. Barnett, accompanied by Mmcs Paul Lustsr and Tom McGnrrity and Arch Smith, of Osceola were ta Memphis Thursday. . Mrs. Herman Dcitzle, Mrs. s. T. Wade, Mrs. Enlow 3f Ihc Commercial Law League. Mr. Reid, who is chairman of ths :ommltlce on ethics, will give the response to the address of welcome as the representative of the MM members. He will be away a week. Mrs. Elva Poe Is leaving today [or Muskogce, Okla.. where she will spend a week's vacation with her brother. Miss Bessie Hillls, who has been visiting in Little Rock, has been itrickcn - s?riously ill and is In u hospital there. .Miss Jamie Nichols Is spending :he weekend In KCtscr with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. 1,. Nlch- ols. Hayti Society-Personal Osceola Society — Personal Mrs. W. J. Driver wns hostess to the Thursday bridge club nl her home htre Thursday after, noon. Mrs.' L. E. Gwaltney, o: Mena, who has been visiting he; parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ward Ihis week, wns nn especially com pllmentcd guest. She was pre sented with a dainty gifl. Mrs. S. L. Qladtsh wns irlimc ol high score prize and Mrs. J W. Edrlngton cut consolntlon fa Members of the Wednesda bridge club, which of wives of the U. is composai S. engineers Mrs. C. P. Wells was hostess to the Stitch and Chatter Club at group here, enjoyed a picnic luncl ' at Grider Park Wednesday nt noon followed by an afternoon at bridge Besides the members, Mrs. S. L Oludlsh, Miss Blanche Cleere an Mrs. Wnljoce Cook, the Intter .icr home Friday nftcrnoun with j recent bride, enjoyed the outing :cn members present. A pleasant! Mrs. c. C. Crosnoe was wlnne iflernoon was fpent sewing, utter! of high score piize. Litlle Miss Annie S.erlc Massej small daughter of Dr. and Mrs L. D. Masscy, entertained he friends with a motion picture par ly nt her home here Wednesda afternoon, celebrating her rift birthday. After the picture show ther wns a peanut hunt, with prize won by Peggy Driver and Evuly Gene Pigg, Harry Vance Cart wight and Dick Fletcher, Jr. Th .vhich the hostess served delicious .-efrcshmcnts. H. N. Brasher vlslled in Mortey. Mo., Monday. Misses Jewel and Laura Belle Alsup, who have been visiling in Miami, Flu., relurned home Thursday evening. They visited their :ousins, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. 3coll. Enroute home Ihey stopped H Memphis and visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Finncy. Mrs. W. u. Kirby and dnugh- '.er. Juanita, Ml*scs Louise CIol- tirlhrtay cuke was served'with "lc icn. Doonlc Miller. lorlnc Foster, cream and each guest wns pre :nd. Mary Jane Enell, returned' tented one of Ihc "Three Lltt ->onie Friday from Dig Springs. P'65". Wo., where they spent the week m n ramping, trip. :iTr. and Mrs. H. r,. Harmon and i.tughlcr. Mrs. . Charles Amos The guesls Included Posey Dri\ it- nnd her >musrgu?st. Clmrlolt Driver, of Memphis, Anne Drive Frank Tlarhnm, Harry Vanrc Cnrt >Iorfian and..-. Miss Anna Mae : "'"Shi. Mary Ann Caitwrlghl Evn .thoiiric mnlored lo Mnrston Wed-j'X" Gene Plgg. Joan Baker I'ccg ,'cstoy evening where Mr. Ilnr- "rivr Fiottin J^nn Coleman' Cha non ntlcndecl lo business. Ire Lowrance, III, Dick Fletc Robert Sharp of Caiiilhersvlllc ••''•• >>i>uc Jop Carlisle. Jimm '(sited liere Wednesday allcrnoon.l Ca , rI 'slc. Inez Henderson Laur i '- 0 " nnd Catherine Pope. Uciirisl Farill NeWS «- A , parl) ' of Osceolans. leavl Mr. nnd Mis. Jim Qir announce the birth of a dnughlcr, July 8. . Mrs. Murray b.uiirls and Mrs daughters, Virsmta and Dorotnv. Sunday lo at(:nd the fair In Ch cago. includes Mrs. J. w. Edrint IP 11 - xt j? : G-eo. Abrey. Misses Mad Edr'ualon. Elizabel Barbie Mr. and Mrs. j. A. Waterman, 01 -Memphis, »re here for the week end as auests of Mr. and Mrs John F.-Lentl. Mis Ulll«n Dietrich his had tt-ber guejt-Miss Pesrl Sclmltz l«e Oernardt and Harry Henson of Cape Oirardeau, Mo. She accompanied -them home for a short " awd . upon - her return here, her, grandmother. Mrs. p. who will be here for a -Malta-returned, yesterday frow several -days spent at Don- nlpban, Mo. •'Mr. and Mrs. Famsworth Black •nd daughter, Betty, of Memphis, thb afternoon lo'spend the I with.Mrs. A. M. Butt. JF.- S, Oewll returned yes- der. for two weeks. She is . in McUansboro. I -^.. .ui i»u VM-ftvi>. CMl(! IS Cm- Ql,~ MI . •-•Jvan.jwiu, 1 >!oycd In a beauty shop at Rolling J".J!' bnc accompanied by h -—•- •••- * «'<»ndaon. Ben Flannigan and b >-Bffl - -• , t«raa> frnai; two weeks spent In Mo., as the guest r-f Danaiptiah her deter •'»."«n<l Mrs. Joe Elkins have »s **« fotat, Mre.-WTi« Ponder -of Oopnlphan, Mo, sister of 'Mrs. kl- • - - ' ' - kina. •- -i :- ' (. .M*x B.-BCU «<lt today for White Salpliur, W. V»., where •> he *ttl attend U>e raUuual ccnvention ,i, c thci ' wl " vts """"'San in Loui r ork, Miss. Mis; Lel.i Rhea Evan? spcni the <eek end with her sister. Mrs. Ooyle Aycock. Mrs. Edna Mac Prince spent •:he week end with relatives in Biythevilie. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Steward! md family visited the latter's "."-Donaldson Barents. Mr. and Mrs. John Burns. I Mr. and Mrs I ulhrr Sllmlov nl-A,.(.... r^., 1 - 1 ' 1 ^UIJ City SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1034. Aged Shoemaker Believes Handmade Footwear Is Best SCIENCE SOCIETY "ODD" Is the subject of the jetton-Sermon to be redd In the Christian Science eervlcc Sunday nxxnlnc at 11 o'clock The Qolden Text Is, "Blessing, and 'glory, and wisdom, and thanksgiving, and honor, and power, and might, be unto our God for ever and ever" (Hev. 1:12). Among the citations from the Bible Is the following, "Be thou exalted, O God, above the heavens; let thy glory be above all the ?arth" (Psalms 57:5). The Lesson-Sermon will also Include passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker. Eddy, one of which reads, "Allness is the measure of the Infinite, and nothing less can express God" (page 336). Sunday evening. Preaching nnd Sunday schcml rcc months for the benefit o r. Reach's lieallh. , Mrs. Robert Douglas Ls ill a e Methodist hospital in Mem his. Mrs. c. W. Ferguson and daugii r, Betty, have returned from : wo weeks visit with the former' other, Mrs. Ira Mosciey, at Ncv dlnburgh, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. John R, Gaty am aughter, Kathryn, of Bertrand o., arc the guests of Mr. aii' rs. L. C. Gaty and family. Mrs. C. O. Williamson and sous obbie and John Bd, of Mem ik, were guests Thursday of nr nd Mrs. Oscar Barksdale. O. D. Moultrle is in the Baptis ojpital in Memphis for a ma i- operation. Misses Jewell Counts and Lc ula Boyce arc guest.-; of Misses Carter and Lucille Bourand at Biythevilie this week. Mrs. Ben Jackson and Mrs. N. . Cunningham and son, Jack, of Ibrldge, Tenn., are guests of Mr. nd Mrs. Jake Counts and family. Mrs. Ralph Robinson underwent n operation for appendicitis at he Baptist hospital In. Memphis Vednesdsy. |lcr Miss Hattle Shelby of Memphis Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hugh helby. Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Craig and laughter, Lady Mary,, have le- urncd to their home at Little tock after a week's visit with ttie ormer's parents, Mr. and Mis. Ferris Craig. Mrs. J. W. Johnson has returned rom n two weeks visit with her *on, Jodie Johnson, and family, al Lnke Cormo'rant, Miss. J Bryan Johnson of Little Rock spent Wednesday and Thursday here on business. Mr. and Mrs, James Davis and daughter, Betty Lou, of Tallulah, [•a., who have- been visiting Mrs Oavis brother and sister, Dick and Miss Elizabeth Craig, have gone to Nashville, Tenn., for a two weeks visit wlfh relatives. Mrs. W. C. Bowman Is seriously 111 at her home. '" Hornersville Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Ruffln and children and Mr. and Mrs. C B Watson and children returned Tuesday from Reelfool Lake, ivhero they had spent a few days. Mr. and Mrsi J. E. Stevenson and sons, Charles and Sturgls of Mart, Texas, and their daughter Mrs. Coleman Parrlsh. were "here last, week as guests of Mr. stcv- •nson's sister. Mrs. \v. B. Hayes. Lt. Wnrnpr Bishop, who 1ms been stationed with a CCC ramp on Crowley's Ridge, was here Sundas night to see his wife and daughter, who had been here visiting the former's mother. Mrs. R. E Anderson. The Bishops lefl Monday for (heir home in Little Hock Dr. and Mrs. K. G. Cope and Mr. nrfd Mrs. W. E. Hayes went lo Memphis Monday. Ur. Cope went lo the Baptist hospital to be present when his sister, Mrs. L E. Teilrick, of Poplar Bluff, underwent a major operation. Midway Notes Miss Eloise Walker is sick tht vcek. Miss Lucy Ann Nowlin has re turned from a visit witii relatives ard friends In Mississippi. Sam Walker visited at Rosa Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sexton's ha'uy has recovered from colitis. Mrs. Vera Brinkle and Doyle McCain visited at Rosa Wednesday.- Leonard Hill has relurned from a two weeks visit with relatives al Beebe and Llltle Rock. Mrs. Coot Sexton ts spending iMs week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harris, nt Osceola. A Christian Science radiocast is given each Wednesda at 10:30 a m over KLCN. Modern shoes, manuUeturrt on achlnre In large faetorkt, are far inferior to thoee laboriously produced by hand half a century ago, in ' Tew, but after three years came to Arktruu, llvlnj for a, short time tt Ciark thin movinge to Oeceola In 1M1. boot* and they made of the .... .,,„„».. „» ,,. „. rot, tno ^oj, Iof msn y ot Ule .i» i. H 8 h"^ 6l J<* m » k « r h«re,'well known ploneere'cf this coun- who learned his craft when a boy ty. ° "u^hi j v, w Mr. Knox averaged making a noved iTwIiol lot^th r ° f bonls ° r Shwa tlally lor years." Mr. Knox said, "but they direct to*t1ie'wsrer He'was'of'- have never equalled the fine boots ten assisted In Ihe Hne stUchUig i " 1 ., S J! eS .*L m ,!. d ^^ e * rs _^ go 'l__ ^. hls wlf e. *h»m he married in As he works in his repair shop here Mr. Knox vividly recalls the early days of the shoe Industry In lliis country. Born In Cherokee, Ala., he played around his father's she* factory when a child. Later his family moved to Tlpton county. Tenn., where hk father established a factory employing 32 Started at Age of 12 Wlien he became 12 years of age ho was made- a member of a ["team" in tlie factory, where each Brinkley in 1885. Recalls Fancy Short, The aged shoemaker recalls ver> well the fancy 15 inch dress shoes [01 women of 40 years ago. These _ . man completed one particular op- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH lerallon in the manufacture of a Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Alvln Hollcy. Supt. B. Y. P. U., 0:30 p. m. Report of messengers to Slloam Springs Assembly. Teachers' 7:30 p. m. meeting, Wednesday, Prayer service. 8:00 p. m. W. M. U., at the church, Monday. 3:30 p. in. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH S. I!. .Salmon, I'astor 0:45 a.m., Sunday Church School, S. E. Vail, Snpt. 11:00 a.m.. Morning worship. Sermon topic, "The Power ol Jehovah to Save." 7:00 pm.. Young people of the hurch, vesper meeting. 8:00 p.m., Evening worship. Sermon topic. "Into Thy Hand." CHURCH OF THE NA2ARENE Enpha U .Btasley, Pastor Sunday school. 9:45 a. m. E. L. Evans, supt. Morning worship. U o'clock ermon SubJ»:t: "Sanctify the Church." N. Y. P. S.. 6:45 p. m. Evening service, 7:45 p. m. Sermon __ subject: "Judgment to the The churcli lawn has been llght- (1 and seats comfortably arranged 'or the evening service, so don't neglect service to God and human- ty because of warm weather. 'ILGR1M LUTHERAN CHURCH H. J. Kleindkmf, Futor Sunday school, 8:45 a. m. Divine worship. 9:45 a. m. Sermon theme: "From such turn inir of shoes before they were urncd over to another member of he team. After he had mastered he various steps of shocmaklng in las manner lie was employed In lie custom department where he earned to make coarse peg boots which sold for »1.50 a pair-wholesale, and retailed for $2 a pair. His next work was that of making fine boots and ladles' shoes. At that time 90 per cent of th« men wore boots, Mr. Knox said The dress boots were usually 15 Inches high and were finished as carefully as were the shoes for women. They were worn under the trousers, just as if they were high top shoes. After considerable success In the shoe making business In Tipton county, the Knox family moved to quick deterioration In hot wither. A movement has been launched lc separate the roosters .from the flocks except during hatching seas<in,.as. :unferltle eggs posses far more laMjng qualities. Rooster Days larp contemplated, on which (crmef*<wlll compet«'for prj MS on roosters: brought to market for slaughter. ! high top shoes were worn ' at l mectin 8- j ., .. . Tim (~* SOO Negro 4 H Club Youths Hold Big Rally OSCEOLA. Ark., July H_FJ VC hundred negro 4-H club boys and girls aitcnded here yesterday Hie bluest club rally yet held In (he county, according to Elijah Thnmp-' son, negro county agent, and Mary H. Banks, home demonstration agent, who sponsored the all ciny dances and for other formal wear. They were made inside out and The Colcmnn Farm Club with -12 members and sponsors present were turned hy hand before the I|1C ' )ril!0 fo1 llle ' x ' sl i>llcndan;e. high military heel was attached. Shoemakers in those days made an enormous profit, Mr. Kiiox said. He often produced slices at a cost of nbout |3 and sold them for $10 or .1)2.'..This condition was no fault.of-the shoemaker, he said, but was tnc.'result ol a demand for high priced shoes. ! For a number of'years three generations of the',knox family worked side, by sid> : --ln the shoe business. His son "*is still connected with his"' shop here. Mr. Kiiox also has a M year old brother in Shawnee, Okla., who is a shoemaker. He still makes a few thocs by hand for some of his old customers. The difficulty of obtaining im- porlcd leather during the World War and the improvement of factory made shoos hastened the death of the hand made shoe business in the opinion of Mr. Knox, who instead of making new shoes now spends his time making old shoes look new. anil other clubs represented were Osceola. San Soncl, Grider, Carson, Wihion, Luxora, Biirdettc,Dou- ble Bridges. Hickman. Shonyi. Birdson, Fienchinan's Bavou. Kci- ser, Sandy Bayou, Friendship anil Promised Land. The day's meeting inclurtcd dr-n- onslrallons in ue d making, dls-h washing, and canning for (lie girls ami -talks from club boys n" "What "the Farmer Ought to K'.m/.'- About Cotton," and "1 Know IK '' Live Slock." County Agent S. D. Carp:nl=r of Osccoln addressed (he group outlining government colton con- Irol measures; Irvin Cirny. prmci- nal of Ihe Osceob colored schaol. talked on the necessity of cairy- iug out Ihc livc-al-homc prugr.mi. and Annie Curry, Jeans' leiicher Ihe county, 'discussed rchool ork and the probability of s?urine a local ichool for illitfra dulls. The club memtjers were entrained by Mi";s Kmma Cox at a latiuee plclure show. Congressional meeting to follow this service. "He that is of God heareth God's words 47. ." John eh. B, v. FIBST METHODIST CHURCH W. Vance Womack, Pastor "Layman's Day" will be observ- eJ In (he morning church service with a talk by Charles Stuck of Jcnesboro. P. E. Cooley will preside at Ihe service. Laymen are urged to attend. Church srhool, 9:45 „. m Epworth leagues. 7:15 p. m. A welcome is extended to all. Ross returned home Saturday. Mrs. Ross will be here for an extended visit with Mr. an dMrs. Buck Hooper. Miss Nell Caton of Kenton, Tennessee, is visiting Iriends and relatives in Manila this week. Dr. and Mrs. W. p. HutchinTat- tended the funeral of Mrs. Cecil Kennedy Tuesday in Parasould. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ballard. Miss Thelma Dudley and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Ballard returned from Dbtroit, Mich., Tuesday. Mks Warrene Brownlee of Dell was the guest of Miss Clarice Kennedy Tuesday_ night. Edgar Skinner is spending a few days visiting friends anrt relatives In Manila. He will return lo Him, Mich. Miss Rcf..'bud Dillard, Miss Bessie Jolliff and Clyde Jolliff' were in Biythevilie on business Tuesday. Neal Benson is reported ill a-ith malnriii at this time. Mrs. Max Lane, Mr. and Mrs. John Runctberg, Mr. and Mrs. John Rundberg jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cowa nand Mr. and Mrs. B. V/. Cowan were six o'clock dinner :uesis in the home of Rev. and Mrs. F. M. Sweet of Monette "uesrtay. Mr. Cooley of Illinois was n lUsinss svliitor in Manila the first part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Avery Crafton of Dallas. Texas, left Tuesday alter pending a few days with iii-s fa- her, A. L. Crafton and other rel- Will Instruct New Swimmers At Mill Pool lead Courier News Want Ads, I Manila Society — Personal Russell Fteeman. Woortrow Hutton and Max Hutchlns were Bly- Ihcville visitors Thursday night. ' Mr. and Mrs. R. J. "McKinncm ictmned Wednesday alter a trip to points in Ihc east and a trip by Ihe World's Fair. They report a very nice trip. Miss Orine Hutcliins sprnt the post week-end in Little Itock. She wns Hie guest o( Mrs. Bessie Inman and Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Bond She returned to Paragould with Mr. and Mrs Bond and (hey attended the funeral of Mrs. Cecil Kennedy. Miss Nettie Lyton Wilson and Mrs. Alllc- B. joneo are spending two weeks in St. Louis vlsltina relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Rundbenj Mr. and Mrs. John Rundberg Jr., and children. Miss Virginia anc John of Des Monies. la., arrived Monday to spend n few days witl their daughter nnd slsler, Mrs. B W. Cowan nnd family. They .re- turner! to their home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Ross and children came in last week. Mr atlves. They are to attend the Vorld's Fair. Miss Lorene Alston was a Jonesboro vlsllor Monday. Mrs. G. M. Denton had as her guests Tuesday Mrs. Byler. and daughter, Miss Dorothy and Mrs. F. W. Williams 811 of Lepanto. Mr. and Mrs. L. I,. Satz and hildren, Bobble and Marilyn of St. Louis arrived Saturday. Mr. Salz returned Monday. Mrs. Salz nd children are to remain for a cw weeks vUit with Mr. and Mrs. Max Borowsky. M» and Mrs. I. C. Shelton were called to Paris Tuesday on account of the death of 'Mr. Shelon's father. Rev. L. H. Shelton. Sund here. iy night at the new 'arbor The radio program o[ Barnev Cozart and hh cotton choppers' has been changed to 1 p. m- Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. llollis Malian and '.". Emmett Davis and children Attended the farewell party and Ji-owcr given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Llnyd In honor of Mr. find Mrs. Ford McOarrily, who ere moving to Dccrlng, Mo. Miss F/ilcllc Davij Is visiting her sisters in Memphis.- Read Couriti Xr.-j Want Ads. ~_.. t -..-n.j^t *VUIU1U1- • on have announced the man-lag- ff their tiaiifhlcr. nora. to Mr. Arli-y Dye. Mr. nnd Mis Dve will mnk^lhcir ,,,, m(; wltll Ole ro ,, nor ! 5 . MI. aiul Mr.s. Tom i) yc here fcrmeily of ltr! , gK cl(y has vis.tnii friends and veialivcs Oliver I-'hincy ol Holland visllniK relatives here Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Eubnnhs ha., announced (lie birth Saluraay, July 7. of a fon. Mr. and Mrs. Arley Dye were ITUCSIs rf honor at a party Wednesday night at the home'of Mr nnd Mrs. Tom Dye. Mls-.os M.\ry and Lorena Man- Armorcl Canning Club ; Holds Its Election Tlie Armorel Canning club has Elected these officers for the year: Mrs. K. C. Plckcns. president; 'Mrs. Carroll Prullt. vice-president: Miss Margaret Pniiu. sccr"t<>r-' mcl Mrs W. A. -Anderson,, reported. The ncxT nicellng will be held al Ihe school Wedm-sdny, July 18. gum were c«esls Tuesday of lirothcr. Arthur Mangnm. and Mis. Mnngnm, nl Nlto. ' Mrs. Georgia U.ivls an d daughter, Louise, arc spending their va- raion In ths Ozarks. DELICIOUS Hot Weather Specials Served Daily BLACK CAT COFFEE SHOPPK Prices Reasonable SHONE 134 FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSURANCE DEFT. The swimming pool on the Chicago Mill grounds Is closed for the day. The management is giving the pool a nc\v coat of white paint. This painting is in line with th? extreme care that the pool officials have been talcing to make this place the most sanitary swimming pool in the state. Ace Pucketl, manager ol the pool, announces today a new feature. Private swimming instructions will begiven. starting Monday, July 16, from six to nine In the morning. The rates for these Instructions are very moderate. Experienced, swimmers will be at the disposal of anyone wh owlshes lo learn to swim. Any person who desires to learn new strokes wll also be given instructions. Ar rangements may be made by tele phoning 66. Jackson Auto Parts and. asking for Ace Puckett o Diet Tlpton. Read Courier News Want Ads. Illinois Loses Millions Through Fertile URBANA, 111. (UP)-A survey o more than 350 Illinois farms thi summer revealed that about 8C per cent of poultry raisers were producing fertile eggs the ten round, resulting In an estimated loss of $5,000,000 through thel Prlratc SWIMMING INSTRUCTIONS at moderate rales will be given In SHIMMING POOL at the Chicago Mill, dally, 6 to S a.m. Enjor »n nrly morninj; swim while learnirg under the guidance of experienced swimmers. Phone 6fi, JACKSON AUTO PARTS, inrt »sk for Ace Fuck- etl, or Dick Tiplon. GETAWAY Enjoy Ihis.. Vacation or we-lc-md" and At low cost, at the Coast's mo-'C popular holt!—The White Housr, | where cool, ult breezes blow jnd L- ev«ty ouidoor sport u av.-<!ible. . • . Bathing frctn OUT tlpKially ti^iiippftj thniuna root pier. Orfrrc- it>f, Tennii, Goif, Filhinf, Siil- Saturday Only MAT. & NITE—3 Or - 25c SERIAL - - CARTOON Sunday - Monday = MATINEE & NITE—l(rc-35c- NQT.SOME DAY."! MY OAKLING - ;n r r... NOW! Kohcrl \V. Chamhers' great Ifii Civil Wai- story lifis beaiiil made into a screen ronian.-:*?* «;illii twely. thrills, songs!\ ' \oulf .-.ny its tire Big Event ^ of the nmtioii-pictui-e season! COOPER Katharine Meander Ted Ilcaly The I Mills nrothcrs Paramount News' Otir Gang Comedy

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