The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 20, 1934 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 20, 1934
Page 6
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PAGE SIX Slecle-Coolei 1 Society — Personal The local chapter of the B. N. A. met Tuesday evening to practice ritualistic work for the county meet ing that will be held In Stccle Oc tober 2. Committees elected to serve at the meeting art: regtstro tton, Ruth Patterson and Ollie Wll son; decoration, Elsie Jlarger, Eunice Campbell, Lulla and Hazel Weaver, 'and Louise Balne. The Steele Lifters club enjoyed a 'wnquet al Die Grew) inn Tuesday night in lionbr of A. B, Rhodes, who has moved to CaruthersvHIe and lias been listed as an honorary membr-r. Talks ivcre made by Attorney Roy Harper, Dr. L. E. Cooper, and Mr, Rhodes. Dr. Cooper ha s taken the place of Mr. Rhodes. Mrs. pauj Cooper imcl Mrs. Byran Holly shopped In Memphis on Monday. .Mr. and Mre. Clint Coleman and family, cf Dexter, spent last week end l:cre with Mrs. coleman's parents, Mr. and Sirs. John llnsscll. Mrs, Leonard Cassldy, of Mor. ley, Mo., Is spending (his week here attending several social events In her honor and visiting her parents. Mrs. jeitlc Vickrcy had :is her house guests from Sunday until .Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Made Hall and daughter, Juanlta, and son Glen Dell, Mrs. \villle Bell. Mrs. Grace Moslcy, and will Penny, all of Trenton, Tenn. Allss Hazel McAdiims Joined 11 party of friends from Armorel, Ark., and went lo Memphis Wednesday. Little Helen Ruth Spencer, of Washington. D a, Is spending'nils week with tier, cousin, James Abncr •Asltcrnfi. Mrs. ; Min»lc Taylor and ter, Miss Op:ii, have returned to tflelr home after a- two weeks visit at Dawson Springs, Ky. Miss Nina Urooks spent Monday in Memphis ' Bud Holly Is confined to his bed ^ith an attack of .appendicitis. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. T. Karls and daughter, Miss Opal, and Miss Olga Koury spent. Sunday in Memphis. 'Mr. and Mis A. D. Aternntlvy spent lust week, end in Bcnton as guests or Mr, iiiid Mrs. Joe Burns. Mrs. Joe n Bcuolts anil children, of. Sacramento, Calif., who are visiting Mrs Blocks' parents at Prcd- ericVtown, spent. Tuesday here with oilier relatives Mr. Brooks has been here for several days. Mrs. Sam Wngster was returned to her home nl Cooler from the ( Methodist, hospital, Memphis, over I the UKA end. She underwent a' major operation. Mrs. L Dean lias returned Iiomc after a Uslt with her son in Memphis. Mrs m Baker lelt Sunday for net home fit Halls;' Tenn:, after a visit. heie W ith her daughter, Mrs Harry Talkington. Byron Wentei, Cecil Earls, chns. Penny, Misses Gtuittlle and iiiw.el Weaver, and Mary , Kiniilngliani, 1 spent sundry nl Ilimtihglon, Tenn:; | as guests of Mr. and Mrs. -Atlas Divls. Mr. and Mrs'H, A. Spence'and son, Buford, sjKlH Siindny at Hnr- rlsburg, Ark, as guests ot Mr. and Mrs I M Grecr. Mils jane Bogle 'Is the guest, ol Mr and Mrs. E. c: Hudgliis, »t Loncke, Ark. Mr. and Mis J. F. Bogle spent last week end In Memplis. Sunday scriooi class ot the Baptist, churcli, "'Hie Glad Girls,", with a social Friday evening. Games were played, followed by a business meeting jn \vhlclj the class plus j were selected. Refreshments ol cake find lemonade were servd at tlie close of the evening. Those present were, Mrs. Jerry Hotly, Misses Mildred nnd Miirln oasle- men, Callle Mue nuke, Maruarel McClure, ix>rcne Hushing, Ru'.h and Ruby Tucker, Jo Holly, and Ruby Barker. Hoi'iicrsville Society — Personal . John Anderson left Monday for his home at Laurel, Miss., afler a visit here with Miss Maude Alice Beasley Misses Maltie Le? and Etta Mac Shsptrme, Nma Brooks, and .Mrs. H)i»V Rmhlng, were guests ol friends in Osceola Sunday. 'MJs f Walter Wilson spent last week end In Memphis. .Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Garrcll, Mrs Mollie Manning nnd daughter, imo- gene, .were in Kcnnctl Wednesday.. Attorney Roy Harper spent last week end in Memphis. ' '" Mrs D B Holly entertained her Mr. tintl Mrs. fete Thompson, of Blythevllle, vlsltc<l the family of Mrs. Thompson's sister, -Mrs. G. n, Kcnluy, here last Thursday. Air, and Mrs. A. J. Langdon jr returned Saturday from si. Lx)nl«, where they spent Iwo weeks on business. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Kcnlcy at tended the Al G. Barnes circus h Blylhcville Monday. Mrs. E. G. Co)>c nnd Miss Kath- erlnc Anderson hud dental work done nt cardwell Monday. Mre. oldy Bixler, of Arbyrd, was lore Saturday visiting hcr'pareflU Mr. and Mre. W. A. Perry. l| c r sister, Huby Gene, accompanied her home lor a few days visit., J. C. isdmonston lins entered Central college. Fiiycltc, Mo., for his fourth year. Mr. and Mrs. J. o. Matthews and .Mis. lioss Taylor nnd daughter, Miss Gcovgto. were Vn Btylliovlllc Thursday buying iioiiseholil goods for Mrs. Taylor, w lio Is movln» to ^Hornersvillc from Flint., Mich. O. M. niddlck and Aubry ciooil- «'in, U. S. guine wardens, arrived Saturday to siwnd a few days with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Goodwin. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ray nn<i son. Charles, of Octa, ami llielr aunt, Mrs. Anna Smith, ol Los Angeles' Cnl., were guests of Mrs. 'ram Ray aiindny afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hobcrt Hill and son, James Kliuolylng, of Cnpe airnr- deau, spent the week end litre as Bilcsts of Mrs. Hill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Klnsolving. Mr, mill Mrs. C. 1). VViitsoti and son, Chnvlos, the Missns Caroline Wahun and Virginia Parks nttcnd- cd the circus at lilytlievllle Mon"iy. r. II. Bolln and A. S. Uolin, of Lexington, Tenn., imvc arrived for a visit wltli Mr. nnd Mrs. L. w. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Jackson nre the parents or n son, Phllliu Par- kcr, born Sunday evening. ..Braggadocio News Mb;s Jewell Lewis shopped in niytlicvllle Wednesday. The M'l.sses Knthryn and Lora OJIK relumed Simdav from chiit- lanooga, «-hcro they visited t(i c Rev C.-M. Picklc'r. Mrs. Daii Parks, of St. Louis, | s me hoii.wguest of Mr. and Mrs Joe Porks. _ Misses Flora Bca Keirscy and Sylvia Hucknba were guests of Miss Mary Ruth Muy Saturday night The Misses Mildred nnd Marie Long W cnl lo Dupe Glrnnlcau Sunday to enter Southeast Missouri' teachers colbgc. 'Mr. and M,-S. C lyUc Ijjiig and illdrcn and Mrs. Glbbs and children attended the circus nt Blythe- vllte Monay. &rmcs. Joe Parks, Gordon Nelce nnd Don Parks shopped In Blytheville Tuesday. Mrs. John Myers and daughter nre llic g ura ( s o f MIS., vlolfl „ ' ' Vftfllll Mrs. Miles Lewis mid children spent Monday In Blytheville Miss .Doris Hunter spent 'sntiir- <fay nl«;u with Miss Anna BCJ Blglinm. JLYTHEVILLE. (AXK±_ COURIER NEWS Hend Courier -WLIM Ads. HE RIGHT Pt AN of fced ing and the right feed can nuke a cow a money-maker today. Ws have both, so come in and let's talk it over CASH FEED STORE III East Main Street ;r~ Leachville Society — Personal New Liberty Mrs. o. W. atannelcl, of Corning, lias been 'the guest this week of her daughter, Mre. Ralph Gregory. Mrs. M. Ed Slandcnmayer and children, Pntsy and June, and Jcnnnc and John Bearden attended trie circus at lilytlievllle Monday nlglit. Mrs. w. V. RUjgs was taken to a Memphis hospital Sunday for an Appendix operation. Mrs. liustcr Phillips and children sin-nth last, week visiting relatives nnd friends In Jonesboro. n«v. D. B. cook, who 'hns been employed In Oil Trough, Ark,, for several months, Is In I,cnchvillc preparing to move his family to oil Trough, where they will make ihelr home. Miss Wanda Matthews is attending Arkansas stale college, Jones- Mr, and Mrs. Edward Gordon | were week end guests ot Mrs. Gordon's brother, John Ucanlcn. Mrs._ K. E. Byni, who j lns bccn ""••era] dnyis, is not much Mrs. Annie Qlo/c, of Memphis, Is visiting Her brother, Morris singleton and family. Mr and Mrs. J. A. Lloyd nnd family spent the week end In west Tennessee visiting relatives. Mr. and Mis. D. c. Pillow, Mr, ami Mrs, J. M. Aycock, spent tin- any in Memphis Saturday where Mrs. pillow consulted n physician Mrs. c. 13, Etchison and Mrs HOIS iMcore, of Yarljro, were guest, of Mrs. Hunter Crook Sunday . I Miss nelty Bbc-Klt . und Helen JarrnU entered high school at lily-1 "levllle September 10. I Mr. and Mrs. Ons Ebcrdl sp-iu' Sunday in Manila. Misses Mildred Aycock PM' J i >W i *^'""nk" 0 ' at Sandy HIdgc Sunday. _Mrs. J, P. jiyrao^ Mrs. \vhee- \THtOfOHOSI ler Epperson, and Mrs. lx»an Per- , kins visited Mrs. j. K unperson's , Mrs, Jack Simmons !lt niy- ievlllc Sunday. Mrs. Simmons is ill from malarial f, : ,vpr, ^ Kurebrs Join NH,v BOSTON ll)P)-The NHA has invaded even the burglar business, ihleves who cracked two sate JH-r* left behind , )olt , s ,. t ,., (J |, lj; . faony, can't stay no ion g ,.r- NRA. Signed The Kid." THURSDAY, SKPTKMBKR 20, 10S-!, Head courier .Neivs Wmu Ads. 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