The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 30, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 30, 1936
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PA6E TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Mf*.-C«t BU., ,. i ••^•j Uaye IMBce at Connlry Club. There were 175 ju&sls at tlic dance Mrs. Eveixtt B. Geo'and Oecar Hardaway 1-ad last night at the ; country .club hi honor of their birthdays, which fall on the same day.- Mrs. Hardaway and Mr. Gee assisted in receiving, Arrangements for the dance, the first, large be given here this season, were in keeping with tlic Halloween spirit. Weird Jack O 1 Unlerns covered the lights on the-outside of the house, making an appropriate entrance to the club house which' was effcclively decorated In com stalks and autumn leaves. Tlic mantel, nbovc the open fire In tho ball room, had Jack O' lanterns, leaves and urns of zinnias on it and red roses were in colorful vases throughout the room. Supper was served nt intermission from Uic:smi rooin, where Miss Waney Klrshner presided nt tho bullet (able. , Music was furnished by the Memphis. Blues ten piece orchestra, with an entertainer, and s. j. Cohen, popular master of ceremonies, wns in charge of the entertainment. Included in the guests were these from put of the city: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Waterman of Memphis, guest.-; of Mr. and Mrs. John p. i/mtl; Sirs. Eugene still of Plymouth, N. C., who Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. c. s.-Stevens; Mr. and Mrs. .whit Goodiiiau of Memphis who formerly lived here; Mr. ant Mrs. Rcnkert Weicnkamp, who' are residing in Charleston, Mo., for the season;' Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jackson of Osccola and their guest Mrs. Jackson's mother, Mrs. Vun- dervoort,. of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. L'. W. Walters, Mr. and Mrs D. Fred Taylor Jr., Mr. and Mis. Godfrey white, Mr. and Mrs. L C. B. Young, Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Driver, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Butler, also of Osccola; Miss Ruth Spears and Frank Dogrcl! ,\Kss Roberta Smitliwick and Charles McGee, Miss ccclle Lnton and Donald Pcltlt, George Martin nm George Corbett, - ail of Memphis Ed Carlee of Pjrrest City; I, n Bright of Oklahoma City, Okh Mr am) Mrs. George Peyton of Da as, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Stillman and Mr. and Mrs Wai ers, of Keimett. Marriage Licenses Issued These marriage* licenses Imic recently'been issued from the Bh- ticville office of. the county eouit clerk: Paul aillilaml and Miss Buna Silk, both of Dell; Eugene Mallard and Miss Shirley Maye uoth of Manila; Graver Cleveland I rovp and Miss Mildred Lucille Vincent, both of here; Thomas McGirk and Miss Helen Lofton, both of Luxora; Berlin Staggs and Miss Donna Hicks, both of Holland,^ Hubert Baum and Miss iilva May Crumb, both of Holland' Jim Littleton and Miss Lcnnic Ciirucl, both of Manila- Hussell Dunson im<J .Miss Letlw' wtlford , Ul . °, Luxora; Dan White, of Louisville, Miss., and Miss Lucille Counts, of Manila; Elmer Rogers nnd Miss Violcl'Swoop both of Manila; Altai Le.idford and Miss 2'ay Opal Cavincss, both of Dell- Holand Williams and Miss Cute Evans, both of Mluit!(( . Mnrt i n Douglas and Miss Kancy Elle, both of, here; Tnrvey E. Turnbow and Miss Mary Ellen D«sou, botli ol Manila; Freddlu B. Hoy anrt Miss Eunice Morgan, both of here; w. O. Vanbibber jr., and Miss Pauline Fasfey, botli of here; Stanley Ingram and Miss Gladys Conale, both of Mmiiln;-.F. M. Langlcy and Miss Vclma Johnson, both of Burdcttc; Roy Ml|] er nn(i Mrs Goldle Pierce, bolli of Manila- Elbert Crow, of here, and 'MISS l-rances Garrctt, of Rlpicy, Tcnn • Merlin Johnson and Mrs. oni c Edgar, both of Fort Smith. I*akc SI. Women Have a Meeting ' " The Woman's Missionary society of Hie First Methodist church had a business meeting at the church Monday afternoon with Mrs w L Green presiding. " ' For the devotional, the 15 members present read responsive ly from Psalm % all<J Mrs o / Rogers read from John H. Mrs" urcen offered prayer. In the business se^ion it \vnV "ported thai S30 was-netled from serving dinner down town Satur* «' « •' Mrs. Caudili Has Club Party. i Mrs. Rodney L. Banister and Mrs J. T. Phillips were guesls of Mrs ?; °H caudlu *' hen 6he hatl «"> Thursday Contract dub this week Stic had decorated hsr livhv They. Deserve High Marks The s-hoolghls who went dicsscs like this will aHajs E ct 'excellent mnlks foi pcisonnl r»|)rannce Ihc mmipMn loloicu dress (left) is tilmicd with bunds of suede cdyd wilh uool slHcliius The iiicdel at. right is of dark blue Alpaca with white woo ] C n embroidery decorations. Notice Ihc swing skirt, exnggcmletl' shouUtcVs and iinrron- bands of white uciignllne on neckband and cuds P. E. Cooley, was giiesl of honor it n ;'pot. luck" luncheon given yes- lerdny by ,Mra. E. D. Ferguson mid Mrs. w. F. Brewer, nt Use Fer- ;uson iiomc. Late garden flowers and Hallo- we'en pte cards ndded a decorative note to ttic living and dining rooms where /the 20" Indies had lunch. Later rook and bridge• were ilnyed. Entertains Club. Crorae chrysanlhcmuins and Jink irses decorated Mrs. J. Louis! Clwrry's. house yesterday when 1 she entertained the Mid-Week- invited eight of - her daughter's friends for n steak; supper.' Supper was served in Ihc prl- vale dining room which htul been converted inlo n Hallowe'en House. The llghla were from weird Jnck O'Latilerns, nnd an orange nnrt black cover was usc<l on the long table, which had n yellow and while birthday cake, with cau- dles, and iMiitiucIs of late garden flowers for Ihc ; centerpiece. The cake was surrounded by packages the guests presented Miss Tlndnl Underneath (he nnpklus were found handkerchiefs, given as favors. ' Cherry, Mrs. A. B, Fnlrtlclcl and: Mrs. c. A. Cunningham.' j The dining room table,, where unch was served, had. a', center-' ^Iccc of the chrysanthemums and! bolh flowers were used in tlic 1 tvi'f room where cards were' played.- j Mis. Harry w. Hnincs won the' club -prize, Mrs. Fairncld.l the guest award, and Mrs. Cherry ras presented n gift. » • * Miss Helen Tindal. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Tindal. was in- 'iicd to Imvc supper at the Husic Inn last night because it was icj' birthtlay. The aff.iir turned om to be a surprise celebration Manned by licr mother who had Guests were: Misses Ruth Lindsey, • Frances McHancy,'Putty June Davis, Mary Eunice Layson. Nmi- cy Kirshncr. Jniic.Mc.Adn.ins, Virginia Lilllc and Elizabeth Ami Wilson. Benjamin .Franklin's "Poor Richard's Almnnac" is the most famous of till American-ftliiiTvnacs. • fr mums Irom her garden m the brid-e games Mr, P B joj-ne, «on the club prize and Mrs. Phillips the guest award. A salad; plate was served f- » * Town and Country Club Entertained. and Aunt' Bridge r ^"* ^ '/ r^ i' n, ""at the home of Mr-, George Mr,. Mrs, w a Stanton and Mrs Ma ry B Cocke, of Memphis house guest of Mr and Mrs c P TucKcf, -v\erc also guests A salad plale was served with v r ~ Mrs. James Hill won high Ir l- Guthrie King, second Complliwnl Mrs Bamcj. Mrs Emma Burn->>; 61 Mansfi»!d 'Mo/vho is tlsIltag<Mr,and Mrs Rend Courier News AVnnt Ads. SPECIALS 19 10 C , ', AH my— Friduy-Salurday-H HAU'lMQlifr', l)Ii> I.AYHItS . NUT ItKKAI) Loaf : ....i..... CHOC. CUKAM HOI.IX Eil. .... LGE. "cilOC.Ol.ATK COOKIES. !)<«. .. KILJiBD COKFBK KING. . ; Ea.'. .... Specials for Hutcrcg Hour -Tri. - Sat. & Sim. IMNBAI'f'J.K HOI.I.S, ho/.. CAUASIRJ; Cinna- \f)C man H01.LS., QATMBAL WAFKHS.' Doz. FUDGE. NUT SQUARKS. Doz. 1'LAIN HOI.F.S »nz. ............ Spec.'.il Altontlon Oli-cn All Special Orders - Phftue 110 BLYTHEVILLE BAKING CO. « II 12 ; 3 C 15 C Bits of News Mostly Personal Lewis C. Wilson, of mcmpttla attended to business here today Among the Greenwood peonio eoniliig for Ihc game tonight nie Mr, nnd Mrs. John E, Matthews who will spend the weekend wlih Mr. nnd Mrs. n, M. Mattheis parents of Mr. Matthews Joe Perry, of Cooler, Is B patient it Ihc Memphis Methodist hot- Z?'^J!!!%? n :. Oltl * el ?? r ' »"» Mr. and Mrs. Harry Patton and' KII, Harry, of Greenwood Miss will be guests of Mr. audits Ed' ear llorum overnight, coming up for the foolball game. P BhcMff and Mrs. Earl Rjum are among the Greenwood. Miss neo PC coming up for the game lo night. Sheriff Equln formerly cd here for n number of Mr. .nnd Mrs.- Matt -N juru^^rtssss- Mo. Mr. and Mrs-Wills -' • ' lived here ami are tiow resio lh 8H 5?. ton ..^J ^ VW MLf: 1 rr'th^uS^ ssa.^. !srs-^ -.ill gniue. ' . • • •.:, Mrs. Goodman and daugh- «', Lee, of Memphis, are visUmg •ere as guests .of Mrs. Goodman^ iin*. A i T"% —•" "• Goodman's Kl^ nntlMl - s: P-D..sMiih; FfilDAY, OCTOBKR 30, 1936' FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia ' obi 1 '!"^ ilb ° llt '' min V lc ' :t -! vd '-.i a f li f?r r sBoi'igibbe lookiiVg(or another ,,^'But, Fanny! U you lire ijic jiuiilor, you'll'have to lire the lurnace. tOO* [ . • • • : , ' ", " ' - .. ' Four Woi-ds Give Miitislci; Subject For 'His -Sermon able to be up » a( i!: m 5vC™ {i ' Dn • l5 -- M ? Mis. George W. Pyles, of-'Pnrn'- lulcl, Is t|, e Bu , st , of M ^ 1 u-J /i"" 11 ^ '»'"« Saturday: Mrs^o?' Pyl "'' MtS - BUW ' .' "passion." "To fail to occupy one's seat in the church means that, one has , broken his covenant," be declared. I "No one etc can take oiir place. Our greatest need is consistency in | worship. Tlic cluirch musl-be able to demand of its membsrs the same loyally Ihat the business man de- ""^o^fe'r^ift Mr. and Mrs. , c . w. GnrrlBan 1 ™ .^r^'.^^Ss .-of- met them- In Memphis.' Prayer, he said, "k the--way by i.which : the> d.isfa'ncc betii-een God and his' cHlJd Is.broken'down.'Pray- .er is 'conimuriiori. And this com- om St. Louis,-.where 'he. nlleiid- I to business for two.days B. P. Gay jr.,'. who attends Co- H'"bto MiHtary Academy t Co- •iimbia, Tenn., i ms arrivca t ten^tlie funeral of 1,1s father, B. .Miss Carolyn Haley has return- pd from Memphis where she has been wilh her mollier, Mrs A ?™.i J r' wll ° undp i : »'«it nn op-' srntlon for n mouth nllmcut She « resling vciy good but will not aa able (o return home for n few days. She Is ' nl the • Baptist Iv^ii «r. and Mrs. . Bnscom . Green ' ?n " I " nip1hl ^. nr >-lvcrt Ihls.morning to nllcnd Hie funeral of B F any. Mr. Green is 'Mrs. Gay's "bro-! ther. . . ^ ! George M. LCD ntlended lo bus-' ness In Memphis . yeslerday.' . -I Mrs. o. w. McCutchcn has .'been 111 from a severe • cold' for several Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Leon Smith'I Kill have ns'. their guests • for the,' Qrcenwood-Blylhevillc .gairie.ii tonight, Mr. 4nd Mrs. Charjcs \Vliit- ^(igtpi); and i daughter. ..Joyce, - t an'd son, Charles-. Bnird, ,of Greenwood.' .Mr. and Mrs., Lafayette-. May hnve moved from 1138 West Ash St., to a house'they own hi 601 S. Lake:St. ' . . , , , Louis Phillips of St. Louis, Mo., nnd Miss Jean Sengle returned lo St. Louis Wednesday nlglit after visiting Mr. Phillips' parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. O. B. Phillips, for several days. . Minnie Ruth,Wood underwent.h tonsilectomy loday'-'hi the Biythc- vllle liospltnl. Her porcnts, Mr. and Mrs. ( 'p. B. Wood, of Luxora. arc •with her. She is the grnnddnugh- ter of Mr. nnd Mrs. j. E. whit- worth ivltli whom she makes her home. niuiiion must, be part of the Christian's experience." "There, arc but two classes of folk," lie asserted, "those who shoXild pay and those who should receive aid. Every dollar put into the church is money Invested in life. The returns never cense coming in." His thought with reference lo the wora '.'passion" wns suggested by the \vords of Paul, when he said, "Woe is,, me if I preach not the Gosiwl," and the words of Jesus, who said, "i must be about My Father's business." "Unless there is Ihc insistent urge in our ioul we ourselves are lacking In our Christian lives," tho J speaker said in conclusion. • PIEDMONT, . Cal. (UP) —Although 'blmd for the past six years, Donald :LaFrenz, 12, .lias won his rank,in the'.Boy Scouts or Eagle fioiit."His,EpcclnU y ''is:typlng knots. *& spo^Vid VICKS COUGH DROP Leader's , Night GOAL: Every church member . in'cscnt. •" Every menilicr- of .the board present.: Every Sunday School . Teacher present. First Christian Church The Hour Is 7:00 Note Ihc ch a i\ge in (hue. This is to enable all who want to go to the game to come to the service first. . Everybody Welcome Sermon Subject this even i 11 g: "How To Make A Church Go." Steele-Cooter Society — Personal TJie'-B. T. u. study course at the Baptist chuith lias been postponed until Nov. S, due to the Injury of Mrs. Stms Micliie, one of the teachers, in a car accdenl Tuesday. - afternoon. : Aboill SO" attended, the Eastern Star ,meeting for; • Past worthy Mstroii and Past Worthy Patrons of the:first district in Steele Monday night. The'Woman's Missionary Soc- Icly met at Hie home of Mrs. Mable Steele Monday afternoon. The members finished guilting Hie club quilt. The society will meet next Monday .'morning at ten o'clock for a i»t:-luck dinner at the Methodist church.- The day'. will be spcnl in observance' ot the week of -prayer. : Mrs. O/'A. Dunivant and Mrs. M. A. Masscy arc lo be in charge of.the program. Mrs.Leyon Earls, who was taken toilhe MemphLs Methodist lios- Pilal lasl week for treatnieiit for thrcflt Iroilble, is unimproved. Mr." nnd Mrs. E. E. Benton and Eon Jack spent last weekend In Pine.Bluff, Ark,, with • relatives _ U c. Spencer spent the Ai^t of this week In Memphis on business. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Perry were In Memphis Thursday. Mr. mid Mrs. H. B. Spcnce and [„ »r Spence we're visitors In Memphis Wednesday • Miss;Iris Cunningham', graduate .irsoj.or New York City, has nr- Questions That ^ Some Folks Ask About Cardui BFNEFIT FOR MAL-NOTR1TION Ttaisands of '.women testify Cnrdui has helped them to over ccme inal-nuiritioii and , o e ,, s ,, many of the functional 'pains'of menslritalion. • "What is mcani by 'hslpiu*- [ 0 ovcrccme mal-iuilritioii'?" Cardui contains extracts of two Pauls which are classed among lie -bitters" In medicine because they me .known to increase the nc-'.v of digestive juices—lo improve digestion — so Ihere is a craunj for sufficient fo6d for the taly's needs, and by tliclr action "' <cr slrcnglh) is ob — Ihc food eaten. The feed, of course, brings the atidi ticnal strength, but Cardui selves as the-moans to this end bj its gcod innucncc on the diges live system. _ , V(iv 3C1!M rived lo be ivltli her -motlier, Mrs. J. B. Cimnlnehani, Who has been i": sick the jrast two weeks but who 'J is hetter now. Miss . Cunningham v will remain licrc. uiilll niter Chrlstiiras. Mrs. Raymond Brooks is confined to her home by Illness Hits week. Doris June Herrcll, who has been ' : sick, is very mucli. Improved, Mrs. L. C. Spencer visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs, C. N. Sanders, mid her son, Paul Milbrodl, nt Joiner, Ark., Wednesday. She was accompanied to Joiner by her nephew, Lloyd McBride of CarutJi- - ersvlllc, who visited here the jxisl • week. He will remain in Joiner with his grandparents for several weeks. Baxter Southern lias returned from a visit to'- Detroit, Mich., Word has cirrved Here from ','• Mrs. Tomnilc George, who Is at I' Holden, Mo., under treatment for nsllrma, thai she is very much , improved. Her coiuiilioii wns very serious when she lefl tliree weeks . ngo. Her husband ami mile sou are with her. World average precipitation of snow ami rain is 16,000,000 ions a second. Head Courier News Want Ads. Everything for your entertainment aiirt comfort . C'onti;iuc(is SliiiKlng—Frcm i' I'. ,M. Till 11 p. ji. ... FRIDAY PAL NITE 2 Adults Artmilfed for Price of 1 All Children—[o t On (he Screen \ ROXY Adm.—Always 10 A ' Jjfc^-in T»» 10 * 25e—le'faj Show tvcry Night Matinees Friday, Saturday, Sundjj Friday & Sunday »Ia(inecs—2.15 Saturday Matinee — Continuous Showing — 1:00 Till 11:00 P. M. - -- tH AtJtnen. DiVerfed fey JOHN FOED. IVorfjcrJ b, Pw/o 5. !,,m M Also Selected Shells ' —\dSil\sion-. ( Mlt.ioc—10 '&,.MI: \ • iVIfiht—; IS &.. '5(tc..f. , . Ol.p-ASHIpiSKD — VMtrp.lnj-',.. •„„,„„„,,,, (nhoyc) spoil Ihc hraui; of (oJilj'siiinmonilj Wli» admires nit-i<»-iialc in oii|»of-iialc mount i ii o s . Modernise with smafl '• Brodhax Mountings. wearing a 1936 diamond in a 1906 setting? Why let Old-style Ktt ings "date" your •diamonds? Assure new bcauiy, 5martnHB nnd corrcctn«, for your rings wiih low-coat, new- Style Brodnnx Mountings! . V./, pIASWSDS. KXl'KUTI.V SKT I.-, c-c.T TODAY ONLY Ccntirucus. ; ,M. ShoHiiiK— From 'Till 11 P.;M. CAPTAIN SALISBURY'S " "GOW A slraujc qurei, for -to -rears lie has been seeking the ""Wildest Tribe of recril= i n n, D \y or |,,.' Knch tiirc lit think , l. ;> | 1;ls found the most primitive, tiiey ai- w.iys <cll lu'ni of a wilder race further en; Also Selected Slicris Saturday Only WS lOWttOWi OH Hl-DE-HO IS- THE HOriHT 1H1KG tN Saturday Only • *^ J Other Bradiiax Mountiri^j ; n Whht. or'nanirai gblj .. Other; Btriinix -M 0l , n , ing , ;„' " > * 1 ? '°' ^ 45 U P -in hiinum with small d| M«untin B Onfy|, B-1CU-A pretty hnndsomo de'-'' ' sign. Scl wilh 16 selected din- '"' moncls.-ln Iridlo.platinum. A • fine ring of small cost. Com- ' pletc.wlth large . , ccnlcr dlaniond Jj lll.V .NI»f.STIN6S liv Mountings un'al'provtil. '•}, lo fiOO • or n '""' "'"'" In jour Vnitr sole ptuitdinn l;,.. t oco:-.t. '• •~-- *• . ~ i'JH.r i^ /m ,m _ JEWELERS ,.,.v...MAlN AT MOXROE . 'i NO..SALES,TAX | irmNNBKEE-^i^...n < l y 'p > .rch^ n .irZrT^-^ : -' < s •• ; ^~~ i,'--'.- ; •; —_i r of tax. "HERE COMES /JABJER!" ROSS ALEXANDER GlENOA FARRELl /. \ (••KotDi ctotct i. now_ fe. Cnrtcoh anil Seiial—''The I'lian-' tcm rtiilcr" wilh Buck Jones —Admission— Till 5 P. M.—10 <fc 26c After 5 P. M.—l!i Jt 3Cc Ccr.liimcus Shewing—From 2 V. M. 'Till' 11 P. M. Sunday - Monday Galloon and Serial—"The Clulch ing Hand"-with Jack Miiihal! —('clitinuous Shrm-!n£— Sunday - Monday ^HRIlt- FKLED, LAUGH-, PACKED la I* of a oM-wanwn wohhunl / Fcx Movietone Nt\re and Comctl t W»-.^,-.-. IK A\. T LIBELED LADY, WAITER " ^ , CONNOLLY ^ ^Oiretttd by Jnlc Ccrtway (JvCfd b/ Lawiinc< W« Paramounl Xrws nntl Novclly Slioil-. Adni.—Sunday All U.-iy—Ifi jt 062 Alond.iy Maiinu—10 & 2Cc .Iknday Nlghf—1C fi SGii Ccitliniicus Sliowing Suniaj 1 —From 21'. M. 'Til! 11 P. JI. TUESDAY. NOV. :)— 8250.00 HANK NIGHT! \ \

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