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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - July 7, 1936, Blytheville, Arkansas Page two Blytheville Ark courier news tuesday july 7, 1936 no is. Social Calendar events first Baptist Bible Verne study Rimer butt butt wednesdays sunbeams meeting Church. 4 p m _ Church of Christ Meetin 7 with mrs at 113 Vine St mrs w. J Pollard. Mrs Worth Black and miss Ruth having party for miss sue at the butt residence thursday s events w m. S. First Church of Nazareth meeting at Church fridays events mrs. Rupert Crafton entertaining with night Bridge party miss sue butt woes. Having meeting. 8 p saturdays events mrs w a aft lick having dinner party Lur miss sue butt. Miss Pauline Stein and Nathan Weinberg married the of of the for m a a having House party misses Eloise and sue Ramey Are hostesses to four guests Tor a House party which started sunday and will continue until Friday. Guests Are misses Sara to and alone Hopwood of Monette Ark., miss Minie Mac Hogan of Alton. 111., and miss Marian Tompkins of Burdette. Mrs. C. W Ramey Mother of the hostesses entertained with a swimming party monday afternoon at Walker Park and later picnic supper was spread on the Island in the Park Lake. Alter supper they were guests for a theater party when they saw Dick Powell and Marion Davies in a hearts today they went to the country Home of or. And mrs. J f. Tompkins at Burdette for lunch. A swimming party will be Given this afternoon at the Osceola swimming Pool and the girls will be guests of the Tompkins for a slumber party tonight before returning Here tomorrow. Osceola Ark the wedding of miss Pauline Stein of Memphis to Nathan Weinberg of this farm it v was solemnized at the Home a Moi the brides brother and sister or and mrs. Irving Katz in Memphis sunday morning. Or Harry Ettelson pastor the jewish Temple Memphis belated in the presence of two families. The Bride is a graduate of Central High school and has been Hume Ted with Levy a ready to Wear store in Memphis or Weinberg or one of the most popular of Osceola a Young business men a graduate of Osceola High school and owner of Nathan Weinberg dry goods co. They Are spending their honeymoon at Lookout Mountain and upon their return will be at Home with or Weinberg s parents or and mrs. Adolph Weinberg until their new Home is commuted on Lee by. Among those attending the wedding were or and mrs Adolph Weinberg Hyman Weinberg. Mrs. Louis Applebaum of Blytheville and or and mrs i joins Miller of Flat River to. Bits of news mostly personal Kresge Princess divorce bared Baptist women have serial meeting the 48 women who attended the meeting of the woman s missionary Union of tile first Baptist Church monday afternoon had a social meeting at the Church. Miss Luna b Wilhelm used a making Christ real a for the devotional theme. Mrs. Harry frit Zius Sang a Jesus is real and precious to me Quot with mrs. Murray smart at the piano. Mrs. Walter Bishop spoke on a a talents and prayers were offered a Bishop and mrs. Leslie mrs. Moore conducted a business session. The hostesses. Mrs. I mrs. Tom w. Jackson mrs Alf lick mrs. Vav. A Grimmett mrs. Jesse Seaman and mrs. R w. Wooten served cheese straws cookies and punch. Osceola society a personal at the business meeting of the Christian workers held at the Church yesterday afternoon at which mrs. Harry Driver president. Presided plans were made to pm int tile Church building Lay new carpets id redecorate some if the Interior preparatory to the coming of the new pastor the Rev. Louis Banders of Winston Salem. N c. Rev. Launders is unmarried a graduate of Vanderbilt University. Nashville and since his graduation has been pastor of the Church at Dover of a it brie 8 offcuts w i Eon. He Wiir August 16. Begin hts work Here Lunier p. Y. P. A. Has a meeting the Junior p. Y. P a of the full gospel Church met sunday night with Virginia Henry in charge of the program. Lilian rile. Elizabeth Davis. Margie a Wallace and Junior Brown gave Brief talks. In the Roll Call each answered with a verse from the Bible the meeting was dismissed with prayer by Nellie Boswell. Next sunday night each member will preach a Short Sermon Ette. Of Mccratic women meet in a meeting of the local democratic women a club Friday at me hotel Noble miss Cora let Coleman presented a program made up of too questions concern my Arkansas. The discussions of the questions and answers Wert so interesting that it was impossible to have All of them and they will be asked at another later meeting. These questions dealt with Arkansas from the time it was a part of the Louisiana territory. Mrs. E. L. Colo conducted the devotional at the regular business meeting of the Baptist w m u. Odd at the Church yesterday aft Nooi. The report for the past Quarter As Given by mrs. Clem Bowen Secretary showed 68 Mem it to enrol a i ult re a so m t it Lim of 311 of it fit 11 tis to in Lam Oil Ary periodicals and Cash gifts mounting to $301.95. Mrs. Hale Jackson i arg Aret fund chairman read a letter from miss Elizabeth Ray of new Orleans and Hiroshima Japan who recently led the music in a revival held Here in which she stated she Hail been granted a voice scholarship to study under pasqual Amato sex metropolitan tar who is now artist teacher in Louisiana state University. Mrs. J o. Mccants was elected Roun Dor for tie Junior girls auxilium. Or Bible r study Morehead led the c. At the business meet apr inc of Hie methodist missionary Are society yesterday in the Church Carlors. A leaflet on China colleges was discussed by mrs w l. Bogans other features of the program acre a duet by mrs. Beats my mrs West and the spiritual Lite lesson conducted by or c. M Harwell. Mrs Joe Mcgarrity was i visitor. Son born. Or. And mrs. Albert rambo Tom. Of Steele announce the birth of a son yesterday at the St Josephs Hospital. Memphis. Or. And trs. Paul Driver visited relatives in Huntsville. Alala t week their children Paul and Shirley Ann remained for a three weeks visit with then grandparents. T. Rhoads left last Carlinville Iii., to at bedside of her Mot or Bates who is critically Wellborn accompanied As 84. Louis where she Rirs j. Night for tend t he mrs j c. Til june her a tar by Tress Walden meet. Flans for a picnic at Walker Park to be held next monday night were made at a business meeting of the group last night at the hotel Noble mrs it p Wilto gha in. Vice president presided re Peris showed that the log hut to be erected at Walker Park for the girl scout troop Nam sorted by tills group will be started within a Short turn. Miss Cora Lee Coleman program chairman. Reported programs being ear out. Skit on a what to do when Are due Quot was Given with Eula Epperson. Miss Irno Morgan and mrs. Jess Hor taking part. Kuam Toole and the week blooms Tell will visit an aunt. Mrs or and mrs. W t daughter. Helen spent end with relatives at to. George la. Deer is in Fayetteville All this week on school business. And mrs. Floyd Reece left for a week s visit with Rel Iti fort Smith. W h Bostick of Nashville arrived yesterday for a with her son. J. H. Bostick or today Alives mrs Tenn visit ried a due. Mite Gene Ner a birthday party Ivan Richards celebrated his seventh birthday yesterday afternoon when ten boys and girls were his guests at his Home on West Sycamore St. After several hours of fun lemonade Candy and birthday cake were served by the hosts Mother mrs. Lon Richards Ltd a suck supper Given j. Ernest Halsell had a Steak cupper last night when ten were guests for Hie Stag affair. The three coarse meal was served in the private dining room of the rustic inn with the Host As matter of ceremonies. And Wile mrs. Kathleen Bankston and mrs v. D. Duke of Greenwood miss., have returned Home after a Short visit with Hie latter a sister mrs. W ii Dyess Little Vernon Duke jr., who has spent the last two months with ids aunt returned Home with his Mother. Mias Ethel Jones is spending the week with her aunt. Mrs. De Pittman at Carson Lake. Harvey Morris and daughter Jeanne will go to Heber Springs the last of tile week for several Days stay with relatives. Leon Smith jr., returned today from Camp Crowley near Wynne where he was a Counselor for the scout Camp. Enro Ute Home he stopped Iii Jonesboro for a brie stay his brother. Jack who spent ten Days at the Camp returned several Days ago. Misses Carolyn Haley and Lillian Shaver have gone to Manila where they will teach in the school there during the summer session. Or and Rirs. W a Dobyns and daughters misses Doris Ray and Louise have returned from their vacation. Or. Dobyns spent his i entire time Iii fort Smith while mrs Dobyns and daughters were at the presbyterian conference at Camp Fern Cliffe near Little Rock Tot a week where mrs. Dobyns was a Counselor before going to fort Smith ten Days Blate senator Bam m Levine of Pine Bluff was i Blytheville today in the interests of his Campaign for the democratic nomination for lieutenant governor. He will speak at Paragould tonight. J m Metal. It Caruthersville was taken to the Memphis methodist. Hospital sunday. # mrs Christine Blakemore is n patient at the Memphis methodist Hospital mrs r p. Paddison and daughter. Ruth Are visiting Iii Savannah ga., while or Paddison is attending to business in Kansas City in Robert Shirley of Moi it Vernon. 111., spent the week end Holiday Wilt hts sister. Mrs Charles Alford and i Alford Rill i had As tits guest for the holidays miss Helen Mui Lins of Nashville. Term. Or i a we he miss Pollyann Buck and Thad Nichols motored to Mem Phis for tier Friday night and she left sunday afternoon miss Bette Lott Proctor lift gone to Kansas City. To to spend six weeks with Lier Uncle and aunt. Rio and Rirs. C c Procter she accompanied or and mrs Ley Welch who motored up for their daughter. Martha to return Home for the Slimmer Vaci Rion 4 mrs j b Dune and sous. J b and Carmel and her father. Henry Keeler of Paragould will leave tomorrow Tor a motor trip through Northwest Missouri and perhaps Nebraska or. And Rirs Roland Green will Rio to Csc Bol a tonight for a meeting of the Osceola Blytheville j Bridge club at the Home of or and mrs Mason capt and r1rs j l Louis and three children of fort Bragg n cd Are guests of dlr and mrs Charles Penn and or and mrs f b Woodson they Are in route to Jonesboro where capt Louis is to be stationed mrs. Joe Watson and Daugh Mary to of Newport who visiting relatives Here went to Caruthersville today for a Brief stay with friends miss r1ary Spain usrey has gone to Oklahoma City. Olla to visit for two weeks or Carl Nies accompanied by or and Rirs Paul h Phil in or of Shelby Ville. To. Motored to Memphis sunday miss Belma Hardin accompanied by Clarence Palmer of Memphis. Spent the week end hell Lay in Chattanooga. Penn. As the i a St of or Palmer s parents Bhe returned last night miss Edna Katherine Hale who has been teaching summer of chop at hot Springs following the rinse of the High school there has arrived Home for a visit with Hei parents. Or and Rirs e. A Hale 5 he it a member of the hot Springs High school faculty mrs t j Burke returned this morning i rom a visit in Drew and Shaw Bliss or and mrs. Raymond Schmuck and son. Billy and frs. Josephine Wert have gone to Memphis for several Days stay. Neville Reynolds of Greenwood miss. Was the guest of or and mrs Charles Penn for the weekend Holiday. Miss Mary Catherine Gloria and Jean Lenin have returned to their Home in Sand Springs treasures by Helen we shinier i Haven to a Diamond diadem i or a Golden locket and Chain. I Haven to a four poster wooden bed where a King or a Queen has lain. Nobody famous Ever has supped from a cup or plate at my table there Isnit a famous thing i own that a dealer would care to Label. Bot i am Richer than if i had the wealth that the Kings assign for i have your arms close folding dear and the touch of your lips on mine. Property transfers warranty deeds j w Meyer Ann James o Ceston to c. S. Corey Block no. 3 of Highland place Quot addition to Blytheville lots i to 16 inclusive Turner Kissell to e m Terry one acre in the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section to. Township 15 North Range la East being located Tibout 280 North of intersection of Missouri and Franklin streets. Blytheville. R a. Greenway to Virgie Mac Risner South 37 arid 68-100�?Ts acres of lot 3, in Northwest Quarter Section 6. Township 15 North Range 8 East. Ritzi coolest spot in town tile divorce in May 1935, of mrs Doris Mercer Kresge no Jve and her Royal persian husband Prince Farid Khan sadly has been revealed in Paris. Mrs. Kresge who was divorced in 1928 from Sebastian s. Kresge u. S. 5-and-10-cent store magnate wed Prince Farid Jan. 30, 1933. Estate settled in 40 years Greensburg. In. Up forty years of administration of a 480-Prro form estate was completed with the filing of final papers or. Decatur circuit court inc estate was that of Thomas Morlan Hamilton. Who died dec. 28. 1895. And now goes to his grand daughters. Elizabeth lumbers and her brother. Leonard lumbers jr., of Toronto get rid of malaria tonight is Ico Bank night i ast week Malcolm Shannon of of cd a called for the $75.09 a in \ a., not present making ban i Deposit tonight a $100.0 1 today re pea a y 1 i miss nobody a Fox picture with Jane Withers banish chills and fever selected shorts Church excuses by o. W. Barham. Elk la., a i r Bavin spent six weeks Here As guests of their aunt Rirs John f. Lent and or i anti misses Margaret Shaver and Bara jul i i have returned from hot Springs where they spent several Davs miss Mildred Moore will have As her guests for a few Days misses Mary iou Wood and Catherine Bell of Cape to. Who arrive tonight miss Virginia Belle Eastwood Caruthersville spent the week Quot nil with her aunt. Rirs. Belle Wood miss Bab Bond of Marion is the guest of miss Margaret chaver for several Days. Richard Jackson left yesterday for his Home in Cushing. Okla after visiting his Uncle. Tom w. Jackson and mrs. Jackson or and mrs. Kenneth Jones have taken the Wood apartment on Donga ii Avenue. Rirs. F b Joyner and children have gone to Okemah okla to spend six weeks with mrs. Joyner a parents Bliss Helen Covington of Conway Ark who has been Tho Luest of misses Doris and Chi Quita Douglas since Friday will eave tomorrow afternoon for a a Jet stay in Memphis before learning Home mrs Alford Ulm is a patient it the Memphis Baptist . Miss Bessie Deal of Malden to. Is the guest of or and mrs Samuel c Owen for a week in ten Days. Or and mrs i h Floore had is their guests yesterday mrs h c. Cook. Mrs Jimmie Tipton and miss Martha Tipton of Caruthersville and mins Alice i Haney of Kennett miss Mary Mchaney of Kennett Lias been Here Tor several Days. Jim. That a my husband says it s ,0 hot now that he thinks it Hest Tor him to Stop thinking Chi Reb thoughts i am afraid this will go flan with him As he has such an Active mind he must Rosa child Dies 15 months mrs. Pete 3 15 of clock family Home a Glenn Cummings. Old son of or and Cummings died at Girardeau this morning at the in the Rosa Community after of i three weeks illness of colitis. Funeral services were Field this afternoon at the Home with the Rev. Or Agnew officiating. Interment was made at Sandy Ridge cemetery the Moss funeral service is in charge of funeral arrangements. Imprisoned dog saved Nebraska City. Neb up a a imprisoned in a Hole 12 feet deep for three Days Jiggs a Bull terrier belonging to Herbert Bueler. Was. Rescued by firemen aided by a Small boy who descended into the Small Hole despite warnings from his Al i Ders that the dog looked to be suffering from rabies. Have something to think about he a wonderful control Over his mind t have known him to apparently Stop thinking for Days and when he does Fie Ges about in what seem to be a dazed t i licit Ion he says Fie believes that for the next month or so he will think nothing by political thru hts. I told him to do this would put him on a level with the average As i think most a very be seems to be thinking along political lines Well perhaps. Not thinking but talking. And As Jim that a my husband. Is so far above the average when it comps to thinking he should not allow his mind to dwell on things that the average is thinking or talking about. So lie May not think until the weather cools some then he can take up Church thoughts. To conquer malaria you mud do two things. I destroy the infection in the blood 2 build up the blood to overcome the effect and to fortify against further attack. There i one Medicine that floes these two things and that is Groves tasteless chit tonic the int Doss quinine in Groves tasteless chill tonic destroys the malarial infection in the blood w Hile the Iron builds up the blood. Thousands of people have conquered malaria with the Aid of Groves tasteless chill tonic. In addition to brine a noted rom adv for malaria it is also an excellent tonic of general use. Groves tasteless chill tonic is pleasant to take and contain. Nothing harmful. Even children like of and they can take if Afelt. For Sale by ail drug stores. Now two sizes 50c and $1. The $1 ize contain. 2vt time a much As the 50c size and gives you 2$% More for your Money. A t hire night 10 to admission amp 25t a with in tax amp 3v�?with or tax you can attend or matinee tuesday Register and ii a v a a a he Arr to win Hank Deposit without being present tuesday night Manley Tours to Dallas and other Points very attractive primers mrs. E. A. Tea Ford Osceola Ark. Phone ii weds. Thurs. It Lark Jeanette Cable and Mcdonald in a fan Francisco w i t it Spencer Tracy Lack Holt Ted Healy and Jessie Ralph Shtil i a Tho to or f i Oswege Pirt dram a of human Emit in a against the background of a Dis Aster that wrecked a mighty City Paramount news or. Wert amp Wert optometrists Over Joe Isaacsr store Ltd we make Mem see phone 540 matinee to night to admission a 25c�?wit ii h tax a 351�?with in tax a coming soon a poppy Quot with w. A a. Fields. A a big noise Quot with guv ribber. Hubbard hardware felons give lip Bonus Joi Ift. Ill up four Hundred inmates of the Illinois state and Statesville prisons received Bonus Cheeks but were forced to turn them Over to prison of trials immediately. Convicts who keep their Money on Deposit rather than turn it Over to their families Are permitted to spend $3 a week in the commissary. Has a free gift courier news classified ads pay. Woodmen meet tonight Woodmen of the world will meet at their Hall at 7 30 tonight for Spuria work it has been announced by w i. Frazier clerk 666 liquid tablets Salve. Nose drops checks malaria in 3 Days colds first Dav headache 30 see Lori Beautiful kitchenware minutes try a rub my Tim Quot a worlds Best liniment Roxy theatre think of it this dutch oven cooking t and two sauce pan a absolutely free with any Majestic Range purchased this week. All have chromium lids Cool bakelite knobs and Large handles. Triple weight a built for years of service special attraction att Evi Ion candidates i can furnish you Correct list of Bona fide voters arranged alphabetically by school districts cheap. C j. Little Hale bldg. Blytheville weds. Fight Max thurs., july 8 9 fight fight pictures of Schmeling mid Joe Louis to Tjhin. Week ohs seb the Orand showing of the world famous Majestic i Toronto out up Lucy j Hetherington 15. Who has under i gone 28 operations in the past a eight years is believed slowly winning her courageous fight against. Osteomyelitis or inflammation of the Bone. Fill Delicatessen one cheeses Tor All taste cold meats of any kind f Ruit Juire is Ginger ale fresh Yard eggs daily Pickardt a Gro. Is meat Market phone 673 a we deliver 1044 Chickasawba round by Roi mfg blow by blow Indian teak companies lose several elephants each year because of cobra totes. A bite on the tip of the trunk or on the foot at the base of the Toenail proves fatal to an elephant in about three hours. Orders taken for Quot Bernatz yarn instructions free mrs. Leslie Hooper mrs. A. Chaley 1109 Chickasawba phone 792 done to miss the knockout seen by fight pie a bin show Thow who have Ture Sav ifs a heal show also with added feature Blet orc a panic on the air with Lew Avres admission Maimer to and 25c�?with in to the great Majestic is the one Range supremely worthy of a place in your Kitchen its ultramodern design and spotless gleans ing Beauty will blend perfectly with your Kitchen furnishings and its unsurpassed cooking and baking ability will be an endless source of Joy and satisfaction. Make it a Point a to seethe Range. Perm Tusto Point out its Many new and exclusive Fea lures let us explain How easy it is to own a Majestic and remember the Majestic exhibit and Dens castration and this free kitchenware offer Are limited to this a Eek Only done to miss them night to and 35c�?with in tax the Choice of three generations

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