The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 1, 1936 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 1, 1936
Page 4
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BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Famed Poet Is Convalescent , Social' Ctlendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Democratic Women's club meol- , tag a I Hotel Noble, 9,39 am. Mrs W M Burns nnd Mrs. Belle Wood entcrta/Uni; Ladles Bible r class, First Methodist ^ church, at Bums )ionie, 7.30 ptn' Ckne Bradley Will Address Democratic Women. Gens Bradley, local attorney, will speak on 'mow the President Is Elected" at a meeting of tho Democrat !c, Women's cliib Friday morning, 0,30 o'clock, lit tile Hotel Noble He will ilso tell or the iccent Democratic convention In Hot , Springs Mehcrs are esucciallj insert to attend as Important business Is to be talvCn up according to the chali- man, Mrs. James li. Clark. *., ' • » Baptist Women to liaxc All Day Meet. Members of tlie Wonnii't, Missionary Union of the First Baptist church will have an nil day meeting tomorrow nt the church, which. v.111 be followed by a meeting of the executive board nt 3 o'clock The subject of the homo mission study is to be "Missions in .Aikan- sas" with Mrs U W Miilhns In , cliarge of the morning lesson and Mis. John Buchanan conducting the afternoon period Maple Grove Ass'n Has Luncheon Meeting. Members of the Maple Gro\c Cemetery Association uere guests or,Mrs W. M crow and Mrs E F. Blomejci for a luncheon meeting Tuesday nt the Blotneyci home. ' After lunch, In the business session, presided ovci by Mis Ciow, plans wcie mate for the animal dinner served downtown each full It will be held this scar on October 10 A guest was Mis R B Ncdioy of Memphis, housegitest of her mother, Mrs R s. Molt. * « * Chapman-i\Coorc. i Announcement lias b:ert nine 1 " of the marrlrvgc of Miss Olcne Moois, of Jon^sboro, nnd Aubrey chapman, of this cits, which was solemn!ud Sunday nt a Methodist chinch in Jonesboro Onlv relntiycs nnti a few of their most intimate friends \\ltnesseei the ceremony performed by the Rev J. L Pruilt ''Assembly of fiod Church> ( \ to Observe Family^Day s v ^ ' -*, -^—— f The Rev, N H Rhodes has announced that Sunday will be Family Day at the Assemblj of God • Church, 7th and Ash St •- \\\ the members of the church are urged to be present and anjonc else who •wishes to come Is cordially invited. There will_b3 family music" family songs, a family message and dinner In the yard Even one Is Invited to bring dinner ' Tile Assembly of God Band vill be on the air o \er KLCN Sunday morning at 9 30 a m ', Supper at Rosa Church The Rosa Methodist church will nave a hamburger supper at the - church Saturday night Members of the congregation are being e\lond- • ed an invitation to attend by their pastor, the Rev J o Agnew. Ancient Earrings Found ' , ODES 34 - U. S. S. R <UP)_ , . Collective farmeVs In the Ochako\ v region, near Odessa, found in the - ground a pair .of gold earrings very nneiy ornamented An arch- i( _ neological c\pcditton \iorkmg in Olyia .estimated that the earrings mere made 2,000 sears ago SPECIALS AH D. 1S _ Fiidaj Salurdij-Suml-ij FRESH .ORANGE IftC -LAYKK ...... ID •URIDGE STICKS T7C Dox ........... I/ LARGE PIES 1{K Kruil and Cream . 13 LARGE COCONUT RAISIN COOKIES 1{W 1)07 ......... 1U GJ.NNAMON NUT IOC RREAD. Loaf . it; ? ,' Spcc'als for "Jiutcicg Hour" - 5 lo G P. M. ^ Jri., Sal. and Sun. .COCONUT CINNAMON' ROLLS Osceola Society — Personal T' J. Raney, president of T. .J, Rancy and Sons, Ixmd dealers, Little Rock, wns In town Tuesday and Wednesday, going to lilylhe- villc today. Hayes Sullivan, principal of Hatcher Consolidated school, and Mrs. Sullivan, who was also n-member of the • faculty, have resigned and entered the University of Arkansas to complete their Master's degrees; Mrs. Sullivan was the- former Emily Tqmiiklns of Burdclle. James Coslon Is spending - tlircb weeks In Hot Springs, . taking a course or hnths. Mrs.,J. W. Wright of,B!ythcvllle Is I ho guest of lier daughter, Mrs. ISverctt Reid, and family this-week. Mr, -1111(1 Mrs. Hsn Gresn, who have: spent the summer in Seattle, Wash., arrived this week for an extended visit with Mrs. Green's.son, Dean Hatcher, and Mrs. Hatcher. They plan to spend Hie'.winter in Hot Springs. Mr; and Mrs. D. H. lilackwood were In Memphis yesterday where Mr. UlfYckwood went to'consult «' physician. Mr. and Mrs. Tommle L Florida went to st Louis. lo:lny, where they will attend tile Hoist Show Ihey will • ri'inntiv :iill the week. 9° 8 C 3 C 5 C 8 C BLYTHEVILLE BARING CO. . FRUIT STOLLEN COFFER CAKE . FRUIT, WAFERS I)oz ............ PLAIN ROLLS 1)07. ...( ....... PARKERHOUSE ROLLS. Doz .... Mission Pioblcnis Are Discussed By Melhoclisi Women \Voiucn of .the Methodist churches In Jonesboio played an important p-irl in tin; nil day district "coaching school" of Women's Mis slonary . Societies of Methodist churches In the Joncslwro district held at tlic_Flrst cliurch here yes- teiday 'iho meeting- was foi mission study leaders and others net- He In lending the \ailous phases of the work The 126 present ucic led In n MorMilp progiam bj the Rc\ W V Woninek, host pastor 'ilils tt a!, followed by a gcncru discussion led by Mrs Sam u Wiggins of Jon»s TOIO, confercnee mission stulj Icacicr, who look up the work of the group ,- How the Negio Came to the united, states and the Oontilbii n Hns M " rtc lo Amoiltnn UWlou" \va>i the subject of a talk by Mrs Charles Robinson assisted by Mrs o G Remlcj Mrs J L Burns, Mrs Martin Kcyhirt U,M, , L5 '° KeMt " 1Kl Mrs R M Wiillcly, all of Jonesboio Mrs nt! cy B JonoS| lncsMont 0( the lipstcss gioup, spoke briefly be- program M,, «n r ' l \ <>f heie and now of 'rrumann, was In charge of the \\uirslnp 1x31 iod V H T pnUo " of JO »Mbo.o t secretary, told moie of the beliiff done The confeicnce picsldcnt, Mrs -ri, r fi l ° f Jo " csb ° 1 -o. spohi. on Christian Social R»lations as rn- «nrete ( | bj ihe School o n .Chosen Legion Auxiliary Heac r i V^BB^MMMMHMHaMII^HHlHkMi Co-opcintlon with the megrim of the Ameiican Legion by the women's Region auxiliary will be direclcd dm Ing the coming jcnr by the new nu\llnry hend, Mis o W. Ilnlm o£ WJine, Neb Mis Halm is shown above after she had licfii njnied picsldcnt nt the Jinmial conclave, held in cori- jimclion with the Legion gathering In Cleveland. O. Opening of Burdette School Is Delayed The Bnidelt" -school scheduled to open Mondaj, will not bcEin Us session until Moiulaj, October 13 It has been announced bs L II Autu, principal This is being done to give stn dents more lime to pick (.otton be fore taking up tl c l r woik at the school which operates for straight eight:months term Road courier News Want Adi, slnillc, Tcnn.," for (lie number. Read courier News Want O.VKI) OF THANKS We arc very appreciative of cv pijthing done for us duiln- the Illness nnd death of 0111 lo\ed on- Mis Billj Bikci Lspeciallj do \\c thank Dr faims an! Mrs paikcr nurse,: for their kindnesses. Mr. and Mrs. j. .c. Crinei Mr. and Mrs. Jimmic ;. Smothcrman Mr. and Mrs. Judge Crinei Mr. and Mrs. Dec Criner COATS AND SUITS DilTcrcni Knoiigli To He N^y! C nn- servndvi- Enougli To Hedot'l the 'Wearer's (,'ood Tiistc! .Belly Rose Coals 510 ,° f , l " C hmm vn ' Illra " MV° (X "' " cck i1okc nn<1 cmbroid- , ° Pr ° tCCt '"""S- -.w=lra width in and upper slccvtvi.. .double blind stitch- §19.75 lo. $29.75 Oilier Dress Slylc Coals nc\\ novelty ninlcrifiJs, cleverly stvlccJ Cr u EiUin linings. 819.75 i o §54,75 Snuut Swagger Suits These Swaggers Indicate exceptional value. The prices seem very low for suits of this quality. All new modes nnd materials. §12.75 lo $29.75 ' New Fall Dresses Cresses that arc truly different. We have them in the new novelty -weaves and styles direct from the world's fashion marts $3.95 lo 319.75 THE NEW ECONOMY SHOP Ingram Bids. "" . Phone n,il F, lie Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. C. E. Crlggcr, Mrs. Ber- liivd Gooch and Miss joy Phillips have returned from ten days spent In Hot Springs, while there Mrs. Crigger attended the Democratic convention. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Applcbaum moved yesterday to the Vollmer house at 1120 Chlckasawba Ave. B. Joyner is attending to busies In Memphis this afternoon. Charles S. Lemons was a business visitor.In I'nrngouid yesterday. R. Morris Klnj? formerly of here nnd now of pace, Miss., was .'here for a short Um= today on business -ml visiting relatives, George Workman Jr., son of Mind Mrs. G. E. 1 Workman, was taken to Campb;ll's Clinic, Memphis, Tuesday after brcakhi" Ills arm am! shoulder 5 In n fall from ' boxcar. , Mrs. u. A. Gentry, of Little floik, is visiting relatives litre dur- ''ig the fair. Mrs.; Gently V ns foi- lerly Miss Bernl^Q Jones, of here. Mrs. Bernard Gooch and Mrs Charles Crlgcer -Jr., accompanied >y her son, Oharles, are in Mcm- •)hls today v.^icro; Charles | s con- nlting his physician. •J. C. Ellis, jrj.of Bai field has gone lo.Giiirpnrt.jMss . whcie he is attending Gulf Const MllitAn Academy.'This fsjliis first yen at .his school am) {]<• W i]tes that he Is .delighted wlllijhis W0 ik S. D. Oarpsnter, formeily coi.ntj agent,at Osceola and now district gent, Miss Mcna ifogaii district ionic demonstration agent, Miss olDii Young, asslstnnl Lome dem- nstration ; agent in L-nucnce and ? C »" C co "" lics .! »'«! John w White, .assistant agent in Cralghead and Lawrence comities, arc here for [lie county [air. Dr. and Mrs. Sj p. Martin h nvc as their .guests. Mrs. John Nichols. of Dyorsburg, •Tciin. Mrs. Donakl Fletcher, of J.oiner, nd her niece, Jean Dsilmaii of Memphis, came yesterday to be the Elfecls of o light stroke of. .apoplexy have been overcome by Edwin Markham, ubove. pool, .famed especially for Ills "The Man With the iHoe." He was stricken nfler a lecture tour of the mlddlcwcst and now is convalescing at his home In Wesictleigh, Slalcn 1 s 1 a n d. Maikbam Is 84. An Opera Singer —and Only 15! •luring the fair. Mr. Flclchci will loin .them today. Mrs. Pay Mott, Mrs. W. M Wal!" d; - Mrs ' * A,:M Cm]1 of ""Mi", .were up -yesterday fm the fair, assisting -In the'judging of the "•omen's departments. - f^ e " s ln °"MI°n,,, I , J^Y ON,-Australia (UP)—Mis | ™ted her' 80th biniifeyf 1 boasts of having p^cd her entire life in he same house. She was born on »•.,?'• Cr l )nri >»ts arrived in Australia in 185G.-For many S cais uisc.wns the only one on the . bush track-which is noCv the Principal street of Oration THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1 1 First Harbinger of - Fall! CoimirlK 19J0 M v Sciocc 1.1 •K. Girutliersvillc Society • — Personal , "og Rivals .Carrie N'atlon ^OAKDALE, Cal. (UP-^pikc, a prohibition days,"objectefto'any- ng hat was "spiked." Several lines he was nearly shot for nt- c<l I"Lr 0 ^ °" Whom ! " e scsnt idea that rcpcai leeaiized ""piking!" Illinois, .Missouri. Ohio. - Pennsylvania, and Texas combined contain more than one-fourth of the 23,030 high schools in the United States. A jconirncl lo sing in opera lias been signed by Betty Jane Schultz, 15, above, believed-the youngest person ,cvcr to \Vln that distinction. A 'sophomore in a Chicago girls' school, she was given an audition-by tlic manager of the Chicago City Opera Company and the result was an engagement to sing during the coining season. She will be known as Betty Joynes. More than 00 per cent of the fur and wool used In making hats is produced in Europe. Central America produces most of the straw, while Ihc silk .comes almost exclusively from the:Orient. lu!i (o Meet Tiie semi-monihly luncheon eeting of the Business and Pro- essiannl Women's Club will be eld next Tuesday'evening at sev- i o'clock at • the Methodist hnrch. The meeting will Inaugurate the' October membership drive for the cli(b. 'Each member is expected'to bring a -prospective monitor as a guest. • » •» I'. E. 0. Has Meeting Mrs. N. C. Hawkins was hostess to Chapter DM of Ihc P. E. O. .Sisterhood on Monday afternoon at lier home on West Eighth .itreet. 'The subject of .the'program wns "Representatives of America in the Church." which was jointly led by Mrs. Lee W. Rood and Mrs. George Crockett. Give BridRC Parly Mines. E. S. Huffman, J. L. Daniels and Harry RIdglcy entertained with a lovely bridge party Tuesday afternoon at Ihe home of Mrs. Huffman on Carleton Avenue. There were eight tables of guests and at the conclusion of several progressions Mrs. Clinton Cunnineliam was awarded j (he prize for liiijli score, Mrs. Emma Rogers, second high score, Mrs. C. E. Pierce, third high score, and Mrs. Jack Downing, consolation. The out-ol-town guests were: Mines. Atwood. Workman and Ulnckwcll, of Slcele, and Mrs. Joe Mitchell, who is visiting relative: here. Miss Alice Ward of Columbia, Mo., is visiting In the'- 1 home nt her brother,- R.'L. Wardj'aiid : family. • 'Mrs. Denver Fike^ .and small son returned . to their' 1 home in Birmingham. Ala.. Sunday after spending, several days with Mrs. Pike's parents, sir. and Mrs H S. Smith. Mr.. and Mrs. Eli Lockard and children drove to Clafkton, Mo., Sunday to visit relatives, being accompanied home that afternoon , by Mrs. Lockard's mother, who | will visit them for some time. Miss Mildred Tifilcy, who is attending Ihc School of Commerce in Memphis, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. aiid Mrs R| L Tlnslcy. ' Mrs. Louis Medcalf, Mrs. Harry Baker and Miss Swan Naylor spent Tuesday in Memphis. Mrs. Glen Vandivort 1 and daiRh- ter, Mrs. z. W. Grooms, Mrs. II. W. Green, Mrs. Jim VanAusdall and Mrs. John -Martin, spent Inesday in Memphis. Threshers Paid In Ice Cream 'FiNDLAY, 6, ,(UP.) --While two rival threshing! rfngs 'argued '*-!/. which would thVesh .qjem Uchf.'JI oats, a third ring slipped in nifl l!;reshed Hie crop in return foTl "Heifer's promise to provide icel cream at the group's annual picnic. Mothers! Don't take .chances .with colds .. .rub on Hirschmaur All Wool Commodor Twisted liotide iS Coats. T h c n'ssort- niculs arc so cnni- plclc—so new—so, in- dividliiilly slyletl! A faninus niiikc that assures you a "sui>cr- ior" Sports Coat. Look for (he Hirsch- 1. Mosl licini I i f,u U I'ultcrns. ! - 'I. Wnnlflc-proor. 5. Dust-prool'. I). Moisttire-proof Siws: .12 (o r>2. 1. Lin ings guaran- tct'd for the. life of the coal. ; 3. Stilched fucings— rcinforred through-• ,ou(. JIEDEL' Free;.Bo/loons with Gordon socks : lies, we arc giving away free balloons with our new Gordon Fall socks . . . And not only will they 'delight the children, but the colors and paHerns are all so beautiful'that we wager you'll-soy they are the prettiest you have ever seen. Good Shoes and Hosiery

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