The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 21, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 21, 1934
Page 2
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JMAMKVILLE, (AUK.) COUttlElt NEWS sty';) • home Thursday aUeinoon. flic number Included Mrs, Sue Social Calendar -' SATURDAV'S EVENTS Children ot Confederacy nice I Ing witi.MJss Patty Shane, 2 ]). in. • Ctairtl r.-T. A. The Rev. W. V. \Vomack, pastor ' of (he First Methodist cliiireh, was •,,1he principal speaker at a meeting o[ the central Ward Parent-Tench- ;iif association Wednesday afternoon. He used JOr his theme "Spiritual Training." Mrs. R. U Uradley gave the president's message In opening tfce program arranged by Mrs. D. A. Lynch. It was announced that the giving of cod liver oil throughout the winter months will be Hie principal -project undertaken this year. This Is (he third year such u plan lias been followed which Is made possible 1 by contributions- and the puv- ' chasing' o('' the oil in large quantities. Miss Mary Outlaw's room won the tl , prize for [he most mothers In attendance. ; • « • Yirbro Society Metis ..Sixteen members of the Ynrbro woman's missionary society met. with Mrs. A. S. Deen for on nil . dajf quilting yesterday. Two quilts ;«erc completed. The regular' program was held In the afternoon with these number;; : prayer, Mrs C B. Etchlson; talks on "The Doaconras in the Pural Sccllon" Mrs. G. Suthev- larAl and Mrs. R. H. Hood; reading "The Rural Soith" Mrs. George Bunch; devotional, Mrs. w. Sllck- nioii. ^mong the six visitors ucic Mrs. G. ,L. Melville of Memphis. Proceeds from a grub bag netted' $2.96 to be placed in the flow' er ,fiind. j ' * • Htt ,CIub Party. &i<s. A o. Uttle had members or the Thursday Bridge club as her gu«sts this week at her new country jhonie "Fair Fields" A two course menu was nerved in the dtii- wg room where Tnlisman, rosus Irotn her garden formed a centerpiece. Handkerchiefs were Mrs C W Affflck's glfi for High sci-orc. ' i Clubs. Mre. Doyle Henderson liad members j>r both the Young Matrons Bridge club and "Hie Thursday Bridge club as her guests yesterday afternoon. " . : fti the card games Mrs. J. I[ H- Kir|s »nd Mrs. Dixie 1 Crs« ford 'won prizes, bath mats, for high SC ore and Mrs. Murray "Smart, received lancy matches fof'thg^cjit'award. .The hostess serced n frozen 'r™ 11 sai"d, cheese sandwiches, butter scotch cookies, a rid codec. Mr*. Pearl PresneU J Of Yarbro Succumbs $lrs.- pearl PmaielJ 33 u-ife on Alex PresneU, died at tire Blv- thsvilte hospital Rt j 0 - clock ^ mrjrnmg afier a three weeks III- t J}" 16 ? 11 servic « «"ll be held ble this afternoon at Kcniuiee, Mo where interment will be made Tnc Cobb Undertaking company is i- _cii«rge of arrangements. The deceased, a resident of Yar wo, us survived by two daughter;, Maxine and Nadtac, and two sons William and Elbert BURNSl BOILS! ITCH! Regardless of bow serious or aggravated tte tonn, have for B quarter of a. century, yielded w Cross Salve's powerful fcrmicidal and healing action 20 cents and 50 cents at all flealers. Honest money back guarantee. The Cross Salve Co., lac., Marion, Kentucky PURE ~ ,Chi«ed By-Frtgldalre a Safe - Sanitary tf.Hnl - 7c Qwi - 12o ' i€RAIG§ .DAIRY Phone 74 Bih oj News Mosllv Personal Utqn Allenbcrg, o[, Memphis, U the city today on business. Jeif Roland was In SI. Loiils buy- r for the Bootcry. Mr. nnd Mis. Jonn C. Mcllaney d Mr. and Mrs. V. G. HollniKl turned last night from a five days otor trip lo points of Georgia d Ohaltauoogn, Temi. George w. unrlinin attended anccry court in Joncsboro yes- rday. lioscoo Crafton, of Little Hock, turned homo today after a visit re for three days, -..., : Bryant filch -of St. Louis, em- oye of Slcelc, Mo., Intxl co,,whose was nmputiitcd at. Hie Ulythc- le l!osi>llnl j'ftslcrcmy nftcr Imv- bcen side swiped by a truck, resting very well toilny. Mrs. C. o. HfeHaffey will re- rn to Booncvllle, Ark,, stntc san- irlimi, alter having spent two eks nt home. Mr. Mclluffcy will company her there. Roy Nowcll Is a patient, at the emplils naptist hospital. Miss nose Lou Cooke of Luxom, 10 spent inucli ol tile summer •o with her sister*, Mrs, Clarence ollmer and Mrs. W. J. Wiinder- ™1>, Is now tcnchlns school at hltton. Osccola Society — Personal An otlcmlfUicc which excectl^'l at-of any meeting Insl year arkcd the opening meeting 'of Aljounc) Carpenter Hy l[t!tn Wchhlmtr Jpt-twHl,,: \tcxxl s> careful)* . \V[lll rll<i lo even cut]; Now Ihrsc would he ilmir slo°|". lie Iliouflil, Vi'lirrc one ronlj gnrt a 'I'JII-^SI; limbers sverc more Kalbut, vi HtM fashion them In (mm Strung (julcs anil walls ;nui slopiriK iu*j^ To fJiul awaj 1 tin- ilonn. ^NI) Ilih, oh Hill •MII ill funny ]iitci- \>'otilij llWki- n HfKktfii (H, A lloinaii wJilier mill n tnonl, '|1IIf!f w«c no rails [M livo ^nil to lie tn-vfr kiu-w UulV lie lunl Uroinc :i nun niaVts cms , . -•• ••«»•/, ~uv w.»it.iaiLy ui rxcnuivAV> MISS Hflr- Brown of Luxora, who is Mrs. bara naire, of Johnson City, Temi , S''!o motller ' Mrs .- Robt. nurr,! and a graduate of Teachers ColteEC ol Baltimore, Md., and Mrs. Clm.j there, b In charge of the mil PHI Done, of Burns, Ore., house grade. MISS Florence Powell ot •Jtiesls of Mrs, L. C. Scatvold. Dallark. Ark., and a graduate o Mrs. Masseys home was arils- Henderson-Brown, Is tenchln^ EIIP- tailly decorated for the party In i Hsu in tho lilgli school. A Punlue i profusion or roses. Mrs. Seal- ; B iaduate. Miss Lucille CourUiey. of ti WU.H winnei' of )]|gh fic'oro • Wosl Ijafayetlc, Ind., is tre iiew n; Mrs. H. L. Dvlvcr \vo» set:-' home economics leachw. il high score award and Mrs C i - Bimeiiger cut consolallon favor.! Mr. and Mrs, otlo Koeiiler of e 'Parent-Teacher association I T -grade niollic'r; Mrs. Joe .second grudc; Mrs. a. V ,., third; Mrs. W. H, Welborn, fourth; Mrs. Gill Mnslln, (Hllr, Mrs. E. E. Driver, sixth; Mrs, J. B. liuiui, -- - incssng. ., by Mis. C. L. Moore mid a ano -solo was played by Miss athorltiD Harwell. Aliss Amnnriii Clnrk and Miss iristinc Poludexlcr, holli new lo u school faculty, were liilroduc- . CtiacU Jim Plckrcu, also R new cnlty member, could not leave ic foo^all practice field for n rraal hitnuUiclion to the 1>.-T. A. it Capt. Alhiy Seeraves Introdnc- I Rlclmrd, C/omer, Sam Edrlni;- m nnd 0. \vr T^lor of this :ar's snuati an'ri solicited supnarb Uic orgnniEnlioii for the foot- ill team. Mrs. A. E. Thorne, returning for lollier yenr as president ot the ,-T. A. outlined plans lor the :nr's work and named grade others. Mrs. Alden Baker Is head nio- icr, Mrs. J. E. Lillicrap is ilrst friends at bridge Wednesday al- turnoon, compllmenUnc Mrs. J. A Mnran, of l-'orL Scoll, Kims., who returned In hnr home 'I'hursdaj :ifler » visit here with her slslc FRIDAY, SKVTKMKRRi 21, frs, Miss Uiclz Is n graduate of the Ujilverslty of Miss Bar- and Mrs. H. P. Dtmavanl Sunday British Housing Expert , - . n . n i ! l ' !c number of fa MOtlSe Shortage .creased L'3 per cent, •us presented a dnln- i Dell visited Mrs. Koohlcr's parents Jf''. and Mrs. K, P. Dunavant, Sun'- Mts. lioehler will make an ' Kiie^t favor, » + • Twenty-three members of . . extended visit. Mrs. Joe Cromer lor a oynUy meeting. Mrs. R, s. Chiles lead the devo- Mr. linice, of Yarbro, visllcd Mr. wid Mrs. FiejJ Crocked .Sunday. , Wf . Iisv ' "f- E - O. Carney, of l)0 " esbora - conducted services tional service, gave an intc'restint' e I'ospcct and Prospect in Japan "j lnornln Mrs. Marsh Galloway discussed W. 'M. Taylor and il. n. Robinson I'he Chrlslian Movement in j n . i attended to business in St. Louis " ' ............ , „„„. , . . , Mrs. McEthridiw l)0 " esbora - conducted services in-tlw int' talk on "Re | Ji;l l >tlst church at Kclser Sunday lnornln >an," , and Mrs. Chiles and Mra Jerry Cfirler pretoUod im eiiter- ' iliilni; diato/ue, "Back to Japan." Tlie members packed an 80- box of entitm! fruit for llm ?rt'sbylcrliin Monticello. Orphans' Home at Mrs. J. L,. Driver was hostess lo :cr two talie bridge club Tuesday nrternooii. Mrs. H. V. Madden was .he only guest heside.s the club member*. Mrs. Carlisle was winner of high score prize. * • «• Members o( Uio 1-adies Guild of nlvai-j' Eptecopul elmrch met at Hie chinch with Uio pastor, the „„, DoJitiou. flev. C. E. Burke, Monday after- ImW neon. .•--...--_ — -t- Keiser School Enrollment Is Well Above 500 Mark KE1SEK, Ark. _ Keiser school f>l»ni-d Monday, Soptcmbjv 10, with an enrollment 01' -195. This has since increased to -573. Hve nciv Itachcrs have been added lo Ihc faculty. Mrs. Spence Williams, of Osceoln, and Miss Ezelln Dletn. of Wilmore, Ky., are first grade leach- S66 l,i«liilil, 'I'nblcLs, S.nlvr, Nose Drops ... ., •„ _. ,, .. . • . , . . . Mis. K H. stci-cns, .Mrs. II. II. i W . ,1. Driver, O co. Oickcrson. II. brooks iind Mrs. ailoerl Ooiigii! c. llrynn nnrt Miss Einmn Cox compose the nnnncc committee ami I , II( , h „„,..„ „,.=,.. „..„ „ ', , ill[l iir ' ~ Thc tivouii voted linn, sciiool m\w. signs should be placed on Highway 00 where 11 lasses tlie .school itntl Mrs. \V. R. Fhunilsvin. Mrs. Oeo. Doyle nnd Mrs. A. S. Rogers wei'o iiain«l a •ciimiultleiV' lo > Infco tlw miUtcr up with tho proper anlhoritles. Members of the Methodist Wo- mcns Mlsslomiry Society arc studying n; series of lessons on missionary work In Japan. Twenty members attended Monday afternoon's meeting when Mrs. ff. M Jilici:- . busli lead (lie lesson. Mcmbers nf the U:\pllst Womeiis Mfcstoiinry Union held circle meetings Monday with Circle No. 'i mcclhij; n't the home of Mrs. E. L. Coin and'Circle No. 2 lit the home ot Mrs. P. E. 'Tomp>:lns '" The work of Ihc Baptist lns.ll- tule of New Orleans was studied by both groups with Mrs. Gco. Deere lendlnti Circln No. '1 IUMI Mrs. Cole leading Circle No. 1. Tuesday. Mr. and -Mrs. J. H. Watts were Blythevillc visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy O'Neil of Clarendon, Ark., arc vlsltfng Mrs. O'Neil's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A D Little,, of Kclser. Mayor and Mrs. of Mrs, Joe "Mounts in Os-lmitlcc of housing . . and planning experts touring American key cities. ) Sir Raymond, in predicting a ihouiiiiij shortage in America, j pointed out thai while the papu- Ilatioii In the United Slates has ln- 'creasea only 10 per cen; in 10 years, the number of families has iti- |- lies means that, the Ui)lte:| sfat-a will face a» acute THOUSANDS <3F WOMEN SAY spent Tuesday In Memphis. Miss Minnie Belle Shaw and Miss Sue Whipple spent the week-end us Did Folks Like This Laxative neciuse of wcak«ned ,.., people neeil ,1 tjioroueli laj uniformly into ihr syi[«r. „.. —and Etntlt. Uocuri rt&ulirlr prcsnibo ,h e laxative insreilicnt Od>>- il dan|;ero,i! on schedule and slay the;c. Cfit' within three years, Si , . inond unwln, noted British hous-'' , ing aiitliority. said here. Ife.came here with lour oilier i members of an international com- HAS HELPED THEM BUY YOUR fliaf ROM M PROPER SOURCE AND MOTOR TROUBLE YOU'LL DIVORCE.' J. K. Childs SHONE 134- FARMERS BANK 1 & TRUST CO. INSURANCE DEPX. IPW Located at Southeast tinnier Walnut unit Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON KIlWAKUSj, I'rcniriclor in.ikcs uf icduiH Tyiicu liters. Milling Machines and CalcuLilor's Repairing— I';i r(s— Ribbons Vlionu 11"'. i •''".' ' - • _•. Twenty guests cnfoyetl the afternoon nt tonlrucL biTdgc vvlini ., , ,, , Mrs - Hnycs Gowcn and Mis. L. D. If. J. Hnle eiilcHnmcd 12 Massey cntcilaincd nt Mrs. Mas~ Eyes do 30% than they did a generation ago BUY I DURING OUR ANNUALCAMPAIG Save Ask Any Kinployuc. We Deliver. Lamps will be dunked on your next month's hill. Arkansas- Power Co. Beller Light - - Bel lei-Sight SSA^WiSSS^^SSSBSjSKSmSJffiHKi. The Stockholders of. The Mississippi County Building and Loan Association amended their- Articles of Incorporation and By-laws and are now making loans on' the monthly reduction plan. The monthly payment's shall remain the same during the life of the loan but the amount applicable to the principal will increase each month and that necessary to pay the interest shall decrease each month. The loans will be made on a definite number of payments at a given monthly amount to be paid. The interest rate will be reduced 2'< from that made on the serial plan heretofore. All outstanding- stock- will be converted to Fully Paid Stock on which will be paid'4' ; interest payable semi-annually. This will make a very desirable saving and investment for idle funds. 1C you arc interested in refinancing your home or building a new home we invite you to call at our office and discuss your proposition with us. The Mississippi'County Building And Loan Association . I>. A. Lynch, Secretary. FREE ct u.». famous makes of SUITS to seleci from here — PARK HILL — HYDE PARK — YEAR CRAFT CAPPS V — SOCIETY BRAND' 1 . SUIT OF CLOTHES ftolurtUiy Night . . . Ccmc in and Rot (lie de- (iiiJ.s. Ntiw sport raoduls, also regular stylos in single or (loiib)e-bre;ist«l . . . lientitiful show i n (; of new patturns a'utl colors. You arc certain to find a suit in this large selection lo meet your demands in style and price Homer Pajamas We mint you lo see these new Homer Pajamas . . . Hcaiilifully tailored in attractive color combiiititions. $1.35 A compjotc shoxving of the new fall Shoe styles as interpreted Jjy itus- loniiui stylists. >6t° BQSTON1AN FOOT SAVERS MEN ? SS ! «OP

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