The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 2, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 2, 1934
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BLYTHEVILLB, (ARK.) COUBIEK NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1934 Social Calendar JRIDAY'6 LVXNTS es Bible class meeting wllli Mrs! Prink Webb on Holly St. GimU CompUmcnicd Mrs. J»pies Thomas. oi Fort Worth, iTwws, and Mrs. R. H Molt, of Djlljs. Texts, who were of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Afflick TuewUy. and Wednesday, ^tre complimented with sovria] Interesting affairs while here. They rtturntd to Helena today where they »re visiting their parents, Mr. tnd Mrs. \Vi H. Howe. Mrs. Afflick had a supper part> •nd bridge g«me Tuesday evening when she had ten couples as guests. Supper was served on the porch and In the living room wiicrc garden' Bowers decorated the ln- blej. In the card games Mrs. Otto Kochtitrty won the prize, cards and the guests oi honor were pic- Bits oj Mostly Personal Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Livingston I ave as their guests Mr. and Mrs. jstay In Columbia City, Ind., where Iliey wll) be Hie guests o[ Mr. and ! Mrs. A. Erdmiin, and other norlh- | oil) points. I Mrs. Dora Bauinan, oi Memphis, '.Is the guest, of her niece, Mrs. J. C. | Webb, awl family. 1 The Rev. and MM. Marsh M. nnd son, Marsn Jr., Bou and Walter Wean left the Ozarks, ncnr Don- Mnthlston, Miss. - V i for ten days. oi j Mrs. Cecil Shane am! daughter, Mr. a(jd Mrs fioin scarlet I f m p ll ' q '"Vn," k u niiM'ss Patty. Mrs. J. 11. Elklns, ami H. E. Smith, is HI ^ ^^^ UM ^ i]e , n Mcm The condition .I. i ,,>,i c 1,of Joe S. Dilla-|!»^ lo Dr. nnd Mrs. D. C. McLean and! T. J. Mohan upon her nose at the Daptls. he,.-. p|(al. serried cards and perfume. out of town guest was Mrs. \V. B.! Tanner, of Helena, who accompanied them here and who was the iutst of her mother, Mrs. T. J. Mahan. A bridge luncheon was given by Mrs. J. A. Leech yesterday when she had eight guests. Vivid shades of midsummer flowers made the n 'n:l Little Ro:k." centerpiece for her dining table nt the one o'clock luncheon. Mrs Tanner ' won the prize, a caiidj jar, In the bridge games, and Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Mott received handkerchiefs. Last evening Mr. and Mrs. A. G little had them for dinner at their new country home "Fairfields." * » * Elmwood Cemetery Auociatkm Will Meet. The Hmwood Cemetery associa tion will meet Friday afternoon, .3 o'clock, with Mrs. U. W. Mulling AJ! Interested in the work of car ing for this cemetery arc invitee to attend. Damon, Mrs. Paul Damon, Mrs. a|1 |Cf I Mrs. W. . . M. McFarlaml am Mrs. J. H. Johnson, of Waxa-' daughter. Miss Grace, and Mrs. . achle. of Texas, Is the guest of w Brownflcld, of Harrlsburg, Ark Irs. Mnry Spann and Miss Net- 1 returned yesterday from Delroi le Gray. Today they motored to' Midi., where they s|«nl three week "orresl City for the peach festival.; w i tn Mrs M cFa ,i aIu v s s [ 5 tcr, Mr Mrs. John Hargctl, Mrs. Tillman will Suilcns, who was critically iuiit who Is now mucli better. L. It's Up to the Women BY MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT Ostraci/ing A Bully t Hot Springs, Ark., for the pasl cck, returned home Monday. Newton Btillinglon is spending ils week in Martin, Tenn., visit- is; relatives. J. R. Ethrldge of Leaclivillc,] u can |lcvcr hc sM lhul wa ,. j s . There might still arise cases w rk., is here visiting In the .home I act 0( Ood Famines may lie; a t.ome individual nations might 1 Ills uncle and aunt, Mr. —-• • <"•'• ul » 1rs. Bush Ethrldge, as the 1 their son. Morris. . . might, so pestilence which comes ahoul: completely forget themselves as to through no fault of human beings ignore the existence of a court, but may be—though we have learned (some machinery can surely be de , - Miss Virginia Eachus has tnlcr- ] !lule by i lu .i e tnat | llBC iiully and I vtcd which could'liandle this emer- cl the Frisco hospital at St. Louis grealcr scientific knowledge can ! gency— either an international po- " COIM1UC| . a eooa niany O f wliat were lice force or an agreement l)y whicl ~ meaical treatment. Mrs. II. B. Bestor and children cons ; c | crcd ln i~ ae acts of God ihe ether nations would isolate first of next week for a visit vlih her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Rankln. Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Bullington conscrc if Monte Clair.^N. J., will arrive |_ bul war , s a i ways thc nct O f nun. those nations, culling off t.-.clr ne- I think, though, belorc we elim- ;ccs;ary supplies or in some way twli! war shctwcm uaUous we; milking Hie for them so dlfficul obably will have tto learn to clim- thai Iliey svould soon come to the! ttcnded a Methoilist church church fair at at, the Holccjnib; nntc iicinwnsi cnurcn at itoicqpiD: h ;- , phys i cal violence to do Tuesday afternoon. Rev. Bulling-1 |jjl| in ton, pastor of the local Methodist'/ T , ' c to lir i, lg aboin churcli. formerly held the Pastor- ., la|lce of ljl( , ( | CCi5 ]oii of ate there. ! ... ntnrit .. nf cyv-int^ ih^i mrtnin Mississippi County Boys Rank High in Contest Mississippi county boys were lion- j fercnl elements of society, we orcd in the recent contest sponsored I, also learn to use the same incth- ' desire llat Individuals jfcuses. lo force other individuals. if m really acquire this WILL TO Kcnnelt, were guests last week of] visited Mr. Hartley's father las' Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Kcnlcy. L e eX Mrs. I la Welsh spent, last week with relatives In Tennessee. Earl Moore, of Wllliford, Ark., vas the week end guesi oi Wilson Longacre. Mr. and Mrs, Hubert Smothers,! if St. Joseph, La., are visiting i riends here. ' Mr. and Mrs. Odie Crawford n •„_ ..,!j.i_ t- "' pent last week v:ltli Onier Welsh. | BUtTling Wllli F 6V<jr Miss Irene I'ugh is spending <\ • ., ,, n lew days with Mks Cora Turnbo, i Sure Relief for Malaria! . of Clifton, Tciui. ' ! ----- ..... ' I5on't try homeimirlr treatments Ynrhm /Vpinv i 1 " njwtunelrd remedies! Take llui*. I ! K° cci olcl G'W* Tasteless Chill .' Tonic. Soon yon will lie Shivering with Chilis • IT** _ : Mrs. sanford Smith, of Dogwood nidge, spcnl Sunda yvvilh MIS. N. J. Handley, of Yarbro. Little Harold Robertson, who !:as been very ill. is Improving. ,„,. Glov( , s youuclt chill I Tunic nut only relieves lhc symptoms of Malaria, but destroys Ihe infection Itself. .Herman wm*. o,' tttv« Mo., fc j ^r«"" visiting relatives here ,. .. . ial infection in in Oruve 1 .-, kill, Ilic the blood | _ ,,. ..,, ,,., , iviti-iillut liiifi-iiuii in iijL" >^i.,u ,. Cleve Whittle, who came , wMl . ,, lc u ., )n H COJllnlro , , 5imU the j majority of society that certain acts ; are unsocial, and they need net ' involve physical violence. If *yc learn to apply these methods in . our psrsonal contacts and in the 1 disrorrts which nrisc between dif- may . . Floyd Hargetl left this morning to walr.iveh, uncle of Mrs. MctMr the week end in Hot Sprlncs |land, returned here with them for I an extended visit. Mrs. John Botnbolaski and daughters, Marie, Qlevia, and Joan, have gone lo Dawson Springs, Ky., lor month's stay. Mrs. J. F. Lenli. and niece. MUs Catherine Lemm. wont lo Memphis Wednesday where they will visit relatives for several days. T« Have Dance The Memphis chapter of the A. Z. A. Junior B'nai B'rlth will give * dance Sunday evening on the terrace roof of the Hotel claridge. .A. number.from this city plan to attend the affair which 'begins at 10 o'clock. Read Courier News Want Ads. Miss Salye Howe, of Hoi Springs, Is li-.e guest, of Miss Krerilline Lftngwcll. The Rev. and Mrs. Diliy CODley, of Durham, N. C.. formerly of here, iiave gone to New York where the Rev. Mr. Cco'.cy will assist Ills uncle In conducting au evangelistic meeting. Enroute there they visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smart at Richmond, Va. Mrs. J. T. Page, ol Little Rock, Is the frucst of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lanpvcll. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Ilalnes and son. Hnrry. left today for a ten days stay In Biloxi, Miss., and New Orleans. They arc motoring. Miss Betty Lee McCutclieu 'will lo Memphis Monday to take a ree weeks course at St. Mary's make up work missed when she is in California last spring. Mrs. W. F. lircwcr has gone to alias and other points In Texas ir a visit wllli her sisters. Cleburne Drown, oi Paragonld. I; lie guest of Ills cousin, Carme lime. by tro Commercial Appeal of Memphis for scholarships to Gull Coast Military Academy at Gullport, Miss. ods bstwccn nations. Force is probably never a safe weapon to use and our ingenuity The $800 hill scholarship' was I, may have to be bent to discovei awarded to Robert Thompson, of' other safer ways of teaching indi- SVIlson. Ark., and John Roland Sanders, son of Mrs. India Sanders and vlduals and nations li'at. they abide by tnc accepted rules of so- diolc. The first thing Monte Sanders oi this city, "t'.y as a win wiis selected for one of t'r.e two par- i to learn is that freedom must «!- tial scholarships but was automatl- ways be tiuallflcd by the fact thai cally .^iminatcd because he coul:l i your own freedom must not mean net go unless lie received scholarship. dill somebody else's slavery. 1'KACE, we will gradually impart it to our children, but we will have to give tnem something to take the place of the adventure and excite- iiiriiu of war. . We will have to go even further and devise something to take the place of the sacrifice which is so great an clement in patriotism and which no matter how selfish youth may be. is the element in their nature which drives rhum to deeds of heroism and to heights oi un- jelfls:) devotion which they would be incapable of except in tini3s when they feel the call to he somewhat greater than they really are In the past th!.-, same spirit has been called forth by dovotion to the church .devotion to the king devotion to some causes. We see the same thing in the youth o Russia today; they arc casting aside religion to substitute a new one home Sunday from the Dlytliovilie.i is improving. Crops in the Yarbro community are badly in need of rain. Mr. and Mrs.. Leonard Hanrtley Miking, Kc-bluckituc & Trimming Hits We r«n make your old hals n««. Steam blinked into any new Stjle. iLi' 1 *- n>,.nn-,i. Mrs. II. 0. wJcfcham - Hiss Halt ! 1» ;1 $'• Th(1 ? up the hloud to tivi'icom^ the iecis of the dlsensr and tnrufy I ngaitr4. further attack. The two-1 lo!ri cfV?r( is al>.u!t!lcl\' to the overcominL; oi Malaria. Br-l Eidvs tcin:-: a dt.>|x;iidablc leincdyl lor Malaria. Grove's Tastslcss Chilli Tonic i^ !\lso an excellent tomcl uf ficnoral n.-e. Pleasant lo take! and absolutely harmless. !-"•'.<• lul clntclren. Now two Fir.: 1 : At Our Itrsidenrc 611 West Main - - I'lionc j limes us much I and gives you 2b f ' money. 7.0 coiit»ii:.~ 5 the 5l)c more for DELICIOUS Hot Weather Specials Served Daily BLACK CAT COFFEE SHOPPE Rc«wn*ble Coming Sunday —One Day Onjy— Matine* and Night —On the Stage— 'Plantation Revue 25 People - Including Grea Colored Stars direct from R Louis' Club Plantation. Fan Dancer! Blues Singers! Big Orchestra and Everything! DON'T MISS IT! Hayti Society-Personal Another boy well known to lily- in the world anrt if all lha women iii'ville people who was in the saini' ! can get together and a^-rec that ronp as the Sawhrs liny was WHsi differences of nationalities, dilfer- Davls jr., of Memphis, who for- ! dices of customs must exist, but Thougiil is a very gieat Innncncci under the name of communism. We Miss Jasymnr. Banders left Wednesday morning for Cape Oirar- deau to spend a few days with her sister, Miss Virginia Sanders who has been attending lire Sontlj east Missouri Teachers College. Curtis Brown, of Marmadnke Ark., is here visiting his cousin am wife, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lewis. i'.tr. and Mrs. John Mohrstad attended to business In Memphi neriy lived Iwrc, and : who is Hie time has come when quar- icplicw of Mrs. Virgil Grceno o! I rels of whatever nature shall uc ro- lerc and of Mrs. Finley Carlwrichl' (erred to courts of law. this will of Osceola. . ' , l« done. Ernest T. Pelts, of Batesvillp.l We accept Hie decisions of ccn;rls punishment of crimes of practically all the civilized countries in ihc world 1 there still arc times when the pss- In the vaults of a Tarragona,, sioiis of human beings get the bet- Spain, bank Is a toy valued al ler of Uicin and individuals fight $5fHJ,«K), It Is a doll mnde of fine- each other. Sometimes they mnr- ly chiseled marble. It was found der each other, and yet we believe in the tomb of an infant believed in the court system and its suc- to have died about 300 A. D. : cess. Miss., won the 5300 scholarship ani; in ti;e punish!: John Simeon Thcrcll jr.. of Aber-1 violrnce, and in <Ieen. Miss., the $200 scholarship. sec it in the youth that follow Mussolini nni! Hitler. There is a chance that we may sec it (lower in America through devotion lo a real democracy anci the revival of a religion which shall not be a doctrine nor a theory, bill a way oi life. TOMORROW: A Real League of Nations. Denton News Rural Lester, of Poplar Bluff, is spending a few (iajs with his mother, Mrs: Lavona Lester. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Skipper, oi PERMANENTS 2 Togclhcr Sh;inipnu & Oil Wave.- We Guarantee Our Vi'ork Shelton Oil of Tuliii Wilh Recondition 606 North 5th St. Miw.Clidlc Webb, wl:o underwent Monday. tonslleclomy Tuesday at "the St. 1 Mrs.- J. W. Rny and children Bernard hospital at Joncsboro, Is and her mother. Mrs. Borer, mot,- ilnvnlc-.vlng at her home here. She •as accompanied lo Jonraboro by cr sister, Mrs. Lucy McAdams. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Jonlz and Uvo ons left today lor a three weeks orcd lo Memphis Monday. Mrs. Boirer remained for n visit with relatives. Warren I?ay nnd nephew, Jimmy Ray, who have been vacationing The'merchandise is hero . . . The prices are here . . . And the wisest shoppers will be here for our AUGUST CLEARANCE /ALE BEGINNING FRIDAY Thursday & Friday Mat. 2:30, 10-25< Nite 7:15. iO-35c rijpp^iii •••!• • P^^OSUolftwBKW F* cirto**—"The And Voile? 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