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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - July 10, 1935, Blytheville, Arkansas Fage two Blytheville Ark courier new wednesday. July j0, 35 a social Calendar thursdays events sunbeams meeting first Baptist Church 4 p. M. Yarbro w. M. S. Meeting with mrs. Lovell Wheeler 2 30 i. My a with mrs. Bob Hood assistant hostess. Altar society of Church of immaculate Conception having Benefit Bingo party Oil Lawn old. And mrs. Fred child a Home 033 w. Main 8 . Friday s events american legion auxiliary meeting at hut 2 30 p. A. Missionary society entertains visitors the Lake Street missionary society met Al the Church monday for program Day having a their guests tile members of the Gosnell and Yarbro societies. Mrs a. L. Regan was in charge of tile Loller my program song a Lead on. Of King scripture 10th chapter romans prayer Rev. Chalfant talk. A the Council at St. Louis Quot mrs Adda Adams duet. Quot wonderful Rev. Chalfant and mrs o. J. Rogers talk a Home by mrs. L. Forbus Reading. A boys prayer Billy Nelson a a women work in mrs goad Solo Quot give Flowers to the mrs. Iverson Morris play a the missionary diseases Quot characters mesdames Church. Shanks. Green Adams. Tucker Chalfant Hood. Guy Rodgers. O. J. Rogers piano Solo. Mrs p. B. Wood. The group a dismissed with the lord s prayer. The 39 members and 12 visitors v Ere served refreshments consisting of ice Cream and cake. A a compliments guests among the affairs Given Lur mrs. Ii polder of Hillsboro Texas and miss Ruth Edwards it Laredo Texas lion segued s of or and mrs. J. A Leech until monday. Was the morning Bridge party and luncheon saturday when mrs b. A Lynch was hostess. The 16 guests played Bridge in the living and Sun rooms which were attractively decorated with Gladioli and other mid stun Ruer blossoms or. M. A. Isaacs won cards for High score and the guests were Given handkerchiefs. A two course menu was served at noon time. # Phillips Low Rev announcement has been made of the marriage of mrs Corine Low Rey of near Blytheville to or Jack Phillips of Steele mo., june 26 the ceremony was performed by Justice Max l Kelley. The Bride is the former miss Corine goes. Daughter of the late or i and mrs. W a go a of Steele where she was reared. She received her education in the Steele and Blytheville schools and is Well known in this Section. Or. And mrs. Phillips will make their Home on or. Phillips farm. Three Miles East of Steele. % \ Ming people in sent program. The Young people s department of the first methodist Church presented the program at the meeting of the woman s missionary society monday afternoon at the Church when miss Mary Rubier was Leader there were 34 present. Muss Marian Cooley spoke on rile Village life in miss Mary Cummings on a the Rural life in Korea Quot mrs. A o Hudson offered prayer. Miss Carolyn Haley Sang. Miss Marjorie Rimer played ii piano Solo and mrs a. C. Haley offered prayer. The hostesses mines r n Hill j. H. Smart and c. E. Chigger served punch and cookies. A a in have swimming party Dis. Carl and Edna Nios had 60 members of the High school set and a number of out of town visitors tor a swimming party last evening in Honor of their Niece miss Lavonia Sayre of Shelbyville mo., who is their guest for Hie summer. After the swim. At the Pool cold drinks were served Beton the party went to the american legion hut to dance. Misses Betty i e Accuu Hen Doris Dobyns. Mildred Moore Patty Shane and Mary Spain usrey assisted or s. Nuns in arranging the affair. Meeting postponed the meeting of the jewish ladies Aid planned for thursday has Iwen postponed. Announcement will be made later when the group will meet. A it hits to ii Church Guild has meeting. I he Guild of t he first Christian Church met with mrs Clifford Joyner last evening. Mrs. J Cecil Howe wigs i charge of the program. Because tills was the first meeting of Hie new missionary year mrs. Lowe gave a preview of tile coming work on Quot seeking living measures Quot the program on Quot the preparation of the seekers Quot was Given with mines. Charles Edward Bell Joyner v. E butterwort and i Norvelle Humphrey assisting. Cheese canapes olives and iced j Tea were served in the social hour. Swimming party Given. The intermediate sunday school class and the intermediate b y p. U. Of the second Baptist churl had a swimming party tuesday evening Given by Hie teacher min Ellen Moore and Leader miss Clara Bell Kin ton. The it present went for a swim at Armorel Lake and later place d games before marshmallows and wieners were toasted for refreshments served with lemonade. Marriage licenses issued. Marriage licenses recently issued from the office of muss Carey Woodburn county court clerk include miss Willie Gladys Summers of Ripley Terne and ii. P. Timms. Of Manila by the Rev. V. E. Chalfant pastor of tile Lake Street methodist Church miss Dorothy j hits of news mostly personal Stevens and Fred , both of St. Louis by the Rev. Stuart la. Salmon pastor of the first presbyterian Church miss Novelle nun i nary of Puxico a and Thomas Kelly of Here by the Rev. W v. Womack pastor of the Lind math i Odist Church miss Bertha Juno of Here and j. C. Wigginton of Tyler mo., by tin Rev. V. E. Chalfant miss Mary Ellen a Ryas and i Edward Mcgarety both of Manila by Justice Charles b be miss Stella Moore and James Wright both of Leachville miss Lois i Daniel and Juda Forshey both of Here mrs Elsie Scott of Here and j a w. Thomas of Kansas cli., by Justice Oscar Alexander Mies Tell Bromley and Joseph m Tan Ner both of he Mondale mo., by Justice Oscar Alexander. Hightower a Community Barbecue was held in Celebration of july fourth. A Jarge number attended. Or and mrs j w Bridges of Kentucky Wen the guests of mrs. I Bridges brother. C. E. Cunningham and family. Or. And mrs. T. J. Fondren were guests of i and mrs. Of e i Cunningham sunday. Or. And mrs. W j. Peters and family. Mrs. J. M. Futrell has been caned to Kentucky by the serious illness of her Mother. Or. And mrs. William Borowsky and two children of Manila shopped and visited friends Here yesterday. Mrs. Harry Crooms and Diehl Moore jr., have returned from Memphis after spending tile weekend with miss Irene Harper. Mrs. J. Y. Turner plans to leave within a few Days for Buffalo n. A a a where she will spend several months. Mrs. W. Owen Blue and miss Nita Flo Thompson Are spending today in Memphis. Mrs. Lee Warrington and miss Jane Sevier Are in Jonesboro for it i few Days. Jim Harwell left this afternoon for a business trip to Points in Missouri and Illinois. He will be away until Friday. Frank Dulaney is attending to business in marked tree today. Mrs. William Bane has returned to her Home in Corinth miss., following a visit with her brother Jim Harwell and family. Or. And mrs. Harwell accompanied her to i Memphis on the Way Home miss Margaret Dulaney is visit j my in marked tree for several Days. Jim Mahon of Memphis is the guest of w m. Scruggs this week miss Mary Elizabeth Boruni will leave monday for Camp Monteagle term., where she at a tends Camp each summer. Miss Jane Thorn of Memphis arrived today for a visit with her aunt mrs. M a Isaacs and Lam 1 Fly Steve Brooks and his Cousin Jimmie Crook Are visiting relatives in Ripley term., for two weeks. Or. And mrs. C. A. Hovey have gone to Gulfport miss., for an extended stay. Misses Edith and Dorothy Broad foot of Florence Ala Are guests of or. And mrs. B. S. Simmons for two weeks. Miss Margaret Keck and her guest miss Elizabeth Stuhler of Moline Iii were in Memphis tuesday. A j mrs r. F. Cook who has been j spending the past two months in St Louis with Lier daughter. Mrs. John w. Snyder and family Lias returned Home. She was Accom-4 panned by mrs. Snyder and daughter Drucie who will by guests of or. And mrs. B. S. Simmons for ten Days. Mrs. Orlean Thomas of Alexandria la., and mrs. Paul b. Easton of Memphis and Alexandria Are visiting friends in the Vicinity of Memphis. Mrs. Thomas was Here monday at tile Home of c. A. Cunningham and left yesterday for Little Rock. Silo will return at the end of the week. Miss Opal Woodruff of Lepanto is the House guest of miss Cora Lee Coleman for two weeks. F. D. Underwood of Little Rock is attending to business Here while visiting his daughter mrs. In in Houchins and other relatives mrs. Underwood who has been ill Here for several weeks is now better. Or. And mrs. W. Leon Smith and son Jack have returned from several Days stay in Chicago. John Steele Essary son of or. And mrs Raymond Essary who was injured when struck by an automobile driven by Georgia Hutcheson last wednesday is now daily improving at his parents Home on North fifth Street. He will be in bed about three weeks because of an injury to his Pelvic Bone and Burns on his Back. Or and mrs. J. P. Holland went to Hardy today for a weeks vacation. W w. Hollipeter has returned Home from an extended visit at Lake James id. Mrs. Hollipeter remained there until later in the summer. Hugh Nelson Thompsonjr. Is visiting his grandparents or. And mrs. J. L. Thompson in Memphis tills week. His uncles Jimmie and j. L. Thompson were Here sunday. Or. And mrs. Russell Farr had us their guests monday and tuesday mrs. W. A. Via and son. Bob of Memphis. Bob remained hero for thu rest of tile week As the guest of Russell Haynes Farr and or. And mrs. Farr will take him Home saturday going Down especially for the dance at the hotel Claridge roof saturday evening when or. And mrs. Via will have a party Milton Luenberg of Memphis is attending to business Here while visiting mrs. Allenberg a father b. Ii. Levy. G. G. Hubbard who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Memphis Baptist Hospital. Returned monday but is yet con 11nod t o his Home. Or. And mrs. W e. Armstrong have taken a Ward apartment on Walnut Street. Before her marriage mrs Armstrong was miss Cia j Rice Kennedy. Or and mrs. W d. Mckinnies j of Steele mo., have returned from i St. Louis where they visited their j daughter mrs. R. I Baum Hauff and son Henry Mckinnies of Milwaukee wis. They also visited Rel j Ativo in Wadesville and Oliver. I id. I Leachville society a personal mrs. W. L. Powell and children returned sunday after spending several Days visiting mrs. Powell smother mrs. S. A. Gowan of Dat to. Mrs. Lewy Quaintance and son Heath and miss Lillian Hooker of Chicago Are spending several Days visiting their brother Nathan Hooper of this City. Floyd Smith has returned from several weeks visit with his father t. L. Smith of Heber Springs. Mrs. Stanley Hancock and children who have been spending several weeks with her parents the Rev. And mrs. W. M Edwards of Harrison have returned to their Home. The Rev. Or. Edwards was at one time pastor of the methodist Church Here. Joe and Wallace Wheeler spent the first of the week in St. Louis looking after business for their furniture store. Leo Sellmeyer has returned from a tour of Mississippi. David Garner and miss Norine Jones both of Memphis spent last thursday and Friday visiting Dave a father h. B. Garner. C. M Wallace of St. Louis who has been visiting his son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Bruce gulp returned Home last Friday. Mrs. A b. Kennett returned to her Home in Hornersville sunday after spending several Days visiting he son Tom Kennett and family. Or. And mrs. T. A. Smith have returned to their Home after visiting relatives and friends in Augusta Forrest City Mccrory and Wynne. Mrs. W. H. Bishoff and Daugh tor miss Margaret who spent two weeks visiting Tom Bishoff and family and Jim Woods and family of Bloomfield mo., returned Home i saturday. A. F. Pierce and l. S. Pierce spent sunday visiting their father t. U. Pierce and attending a reunion at Harkey a Chapel to. Mrs. Luther Winsted and daughter miss Jessie Lee and miss Ruth Kennett spent saturday in Monette visiting Luther Winsted smother mrs. Haliburton. Miss Velma Smith of Heber Springs is spending several Days visiting her brother Floyd Smith and family and friends. Miss Smith graduated from the Leachville High school last june. Primo has big feet Primo camera former heavy weight Champion really has big feet. The Bontery is displaying a pair of his shoes size 20, 6-e Width which he wore for a Short time. I he Florsheim shoes measure 15 inches Long and six inches wide and weigh four pounds and ten ounces. Card of thanks we Are very appreciative of the Many Lovely kindnesses shown in the Long illness and death of our Mother mrs. Dora Wright. Miss Era Wright or. And mrs. Ira Wright Joe Wright. Read courier news want ads. 1 .ult1� i at f a a. 4vw, toes instantly relieved no one need suffer the torture of athlete s foot or the raw bleeding itching burning that follows this painful disorder. Get Bond # skin ease from any Good druggist today. It costs Only 50c. It is the quickest surest and most dependable remedy for athletes foot or any skin irritation. Sold on a Money Back guarantee. Pre tired by Bond pharmacy co established 1872, Little Rock i Ark. I i to Tina in a that s just the 1935 Way of saving what Chester Fields have been saying for years. Chester Fields do about everything a cigarette ought to do. Chester Fields have taste yes plenty of it. But not too Strong. And Chester Fields Are mild but they re not insipid or Flat. Chest erf alias Quot go to town a 193a worry amp mrm tobacco co. We re Block clean and make hats in any material. Popular prices and Quality workmanship. Have ribbons and Othet trimmings. Hall Sisters res. 611 w. Main phone 280 bilious Ness constipation if you have ants in your pantry you certainly need. Black Flag liquid kills insects that Fly powder. Kills insects that crawl buy it today vacation Sal the Sale of die season All Spring and summer merchandise must go. Now is your time to save on vacation buying. Our Racks must be cleared regardless of Cost of the merchandise. Done to fail to attend thus ale arum Supply your needs at great savings. Sale begins thursday morning. All sales final. No exchanges. Small charge for alterations. Sport town frocks lot i 2 piece styles White and pastels $12 to $14.75 values. Dresses that Are different. $7.& $9.77 print dresses lot 3 White and pastel color prints Navy $8.75 to $9.95 values your Choice special $ 1,95 lot 2 coat dresses. Spring numbers just the garment Fox ration. $16.75 to $19.75 values so. 05 Beautiful lace and eyelet t dresses $5 to $6.90 values $2.09 $3.95 Aud $1.95 our regular Sih hosiery special 59c boucle knit dresses $7.75 to $12.75 values $7>. Lolo to is it 5.0 sport dresses All sport stripes seersucker a n i linens $2.95 to $3.95 values $ 1.911 Aud $2.19 voiles and dotted Swiss $1.98 to $2.95 values 14 to 48 sizes il.>9 to $1.89 new millinery seasonable no in Liers breath reduced adoration amp Lanett Llos i eid in All new shades sheer $1.19 values $1.19 $1.19 values 9sc $1.99 values 89c one group party dresses $8.75 to si2.75 Val f be elect numbers a v cation Sale. Sl.l7> buds a it. 17 Kabo corsets Corse let Tea and girdles $ 4 95 to $6.50 value $3.95 amp $ 1.95 other n urn by is reduced accordingly silk Blo ski $1.98 to $3 98 value. Two group i lethally i iced Sikl a si.19 Al a silk i n11 ii k w u a re Ile off s h o a s $3.95 i Ltd Ai All $6 and $6 75 vitality White shoes broken sizes White vitality shoes All Black and blown vitality shoe dining Sale All $4 n anti $5 Whit. Blow ski White Blue and White shoes just received shipment Early Lull vitality shoes will offer during thy Sale at $5.45 new Economy shop Ingram bldg. 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