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September 28, 1934

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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•UTHEVILLE, (AEjt.) COURIER NEWS Bits oj Netts Mostly Personal Mrs. LallnKr Complimented Mrs, -E K. Uiimer, who with the Rey. K K. Ulimer and Uo daughters will leaie Tuesday foi El Cen^ro, Cal, to make, their honj«, hu been guest of honor at E*ver»l interesting affairs thli week. ,Tht largest of these was th«-tei glnn Thursd»y afternoon by Mines. J. C. Ellis, W. W. Sharer, W.-T. Baraclt and John C. McHaney. Mernijers pi the First Christian church »nd others of Mrs. Lnti- nier's friend^ were entertained at the Barnett home which was dcc- oi-ated with roses and zinnias. A lace cjoth covered the dining room table where refreshments of can- apes, calces, mints and lea were served by Mrs, Barnette and Mrs, Shaver, Pink tapers in dandelabra formed (he centerpiece and those were flanked with silver bowls of pink rose buds. A partln; gift was presented by all of the guests. Mr. ahcj Mrs. E. M. Terry, and Mr. and Mrs, M. T. Moon have also "complimented the R«v. mid Mrs.--Latimcr with. Informal dinner parties with the guest lisls limited to their most inlimutc friends. * * * Mrs. Latrone Whittle, who was before* her iparrlage Miss Elmyra CaldweU, UBS guest of honor at a shower p»riy given Wednesday evening by Misses Mary Hires, Helen prime*.ai}c! Pearl Graves at the. Graves horo.e. Roses and other cut flowers were mlf!«d with potted pjarils lay the decoration?, After swws had been played Mrs. Whittle was presented th« gifts, arranged as a miniature load of cotton' ' Sandwiches, pickles and hot chocolate w«re served. Has Club Fart.\. The Thursday Luncheon club was entertained by Mrs. Byron Morse this week for the usual luncheon and .bridge game. Zinnias and oilier fall flowers made a, colorful note for the luncheon tables. in the cirri games Mrs. J. A. Leech won the prize, hosiery. Club Has Goesfs. Mrs. J. Earnest Hnsson, Mrs. . Outline King and Mrs. w. D. Mc- ClurUn were guests of Airs. L. H. Moore when she also had members of the Tntirsday Bridge club to play cards lh> week Roses fron) her own garden decorated the Jiving room, in (he games Mrs H A Taylor won the prize, kitchen paper towel set, and handkerchiefs went lo Mrs. King for high euesl. A chicken salad plate was served Entertains Club. Mrs J. Louis Cherry hud thc Mtd-Week Bridge club member! and Mrs A. B Fairfield and Mrs Doyle Henderson as her guests Thursday for luncheon and a card game. Roses adorned the two sniall In bles arranged fpr a two coursi, menu. Mrs. Cecil Shane and Mrs. Fair field were awarded prizes., • * < Bride-Elect, Honored. Miss Marjorie Stewart, whos' marriage to Mr. Prank Daniels o Carutliersvillo and Mayfleld, Ky. will be an interesting October event W3s guest of honor at a bridge par ty given Thursday afternoon \>, Mrs Paul Green*ell and Mrs. J F. Lent) at the Lcrill home. Tlic 24 guests were from Ca ruthereville. Mo, except for Mrs. ; A Waterman and Mrs. R. o. Bed of Memphis, houseguesls of Mr. an Mrs Len« Loveli garden flowers decoratec the two entertaining rooms and th tallies were In keeping with the bri daLmotif A congealed Xruit salat mil bread sandwiches and coffe ?, C T C scrve <3 at the conclusion i the; progressions Enzes went lo Mrs. j. s. Wall wh received a serving iray for firs hofiors, and to Mrs. E. c. Masdo •»ho won handkerchiefs for the cv •ward MISS Stewart was prescnl ed> table lamp CU« OBfcer. s Anne Tojnpkins, daughter - n. s been elected vice O f the largest iresh l»* J^'f 7 °' °"» c hi(a col- leg, Arkadelpbla. other officers QiiadfiipJols Are Doing Pn-iiy \Vdl,Too,Tliunk V Quadruple!* nrc Just about as Important as quintuplets, If you want the opinion of these four lit!It. his and Ihelr parents, Constable and Mrs. Carl /.. Morlock, of Lansing, Mid,. _ a,,d just as nre v oo, as the picture strikingly Bhows, Donning their best dresses and hair ribbons these 4 year olds' osed to show what a healthy, happy quartet they arc. None of them ever has had a sick day Lett to right nrc Ectnn, Sarah, Wllma and Helen. ODE By Helen Wclsliiiucr WHY iliiln'l von It'll n;i' you woiililn'l In' UuiV I'm climili, you we, ilarliuN, I liavcn'l I In- l;u;iik Ol'.stlisiiij; <lf|>:irluri's,ami ynii wild ui(V lin-l Ded'ivnl me l>y shying u srt-yon soon ucl. r WIIY (lidn'l yon It'll me how you kul lici-u lioicil Since i, who liuil oiuv Iwt'n your loxt'it nud iulurnl, Hail |osl my iillurv? Nu \voiii;in roulil risk A m.iii lu iniilit' love «lic'ii ;i kiss is ;i Insfc! "W/T.LI., run aions. hurry, piny li'uiilVoR ami l;ig, I'll In- iiiili.ippv, my hc.-iit'.s in Hie li.-ijji Tli:il's\vhat you wiinlcd, forever nud fvt'r. I know il, tliiilinij. I'm ilimih ami vou'ie fk-vt'i 1 ! Will Hold Twelilh Annual ° nfftrtlo Wilson Fair Next Friday WILSON.— Plans lor the 12(h annual Community I'alr. to Ire hold ut the Wilnon fchool Krlday, October 5. nrc well nnilcr wny. uc- cording (o rciwrla Irom thc P. F. A. Uoys and the Home Hconomlcs girls of the Wilson high school who are sponsoring (he affair under the direction of Elstner Besll mid Mrs Hint community. Tlic Dixlr nunrtct. of lilythcvillc wil fcntincd in the program. Wisconsin 'Rural Fire Dcpt. Gels E(i»ipmcnt Miss Mildred Frazicr and Dr. James R. Fall to Wed WILSON, Ark.-Ml6s Mildred Elizabeth Frazier, whose innrrlage lo Dr. James Randolph pull of West Memphis, will take place Monday, October 8. is announcing plans for the wedding today. The ceremony will take plnce at Ihc Methodist Church of Wilson, with the Rev. H. M. Lewis omclal- nig. A program of nupttn! music will be given by Miss Mary Symonds, Carthage, ill., pianist. Mrs. J. If. Crnin nud Mr. William Kramer, brother of the bride-elect, will five solos preceding (h c ceremony. The bride will be given in marriage by her father, Mr. Gus How- nrd Frnzler. i!er matron of honor will be Mrs. Itllcy B. Jones, of Bly- tlioviUc, and her bridesmaids mils Jeanetta Phillips, of conway, and Miss Mnxtnc Wallace. Miss Jcane Davis Fraaler, sister of the bride- elect, will be junior bridesmaid. Dr. Fall will be attended by his brother, Mr. George Fall, of Clarksdale, Miss., as best man, and iroomsmcn will be Dr. James w Bodlcy, of Memphis, and Mr. Howard Frnzicr,' brother of the bride- elect. Ushers will be Mr. Joseph Himsoin Cullom jr., Mr. g fj, >s Brandon jr.. Mr. j. E. Morgan and Air. R. B. Unigston. Among the parlies to be given ior the bride-elect will be n brid«e Party by Miss Jeanetta Phillips on Wednesday at the Teachcrnge. Saturday Mrs. rtney u, joncs will "n- lertaiu at bridge at the home of her mother, Mrs. Walter Card Miss Frazicr and Dr. Full will be t'nesls of honor at a bridge party o be given by Miss Maxino Wallace Thursday night at t h e club nouso. Mrs. Mticciis Kvmrd and ton, Joe, will siieiicl tomorrow In Memphis where Joe will consult h| s physician. Mrs. JJllon W. Kirby and Airs. W J. Wundcrllch were in Memnhis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Siimuel F. Morrk will fi|iond the week end in Memphis where their daughter, Maureen, will undergo an adenoid operation tomorrow morning at Dr. Rosemand's clinic. John Finicy is attending m business in Little Hook. Toby Long attended to business In Joncsboro last. nigh(.. Mrs. J. A. Waterman nnd Mrs. B. o. Beck returned to their homes In Memphis today after having been lioiibegnesls of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lent! for a few days. Mrs. W, C. Garrlgan and mother, Mrs. 13. F. Gay, have returned from two days spent In Memphis. Mrs. J. c. Ellis has returned from l»'o days spent In Memphis where she consulted her physician. Mines. Russell Phillips, c. W. Af- niek and Everott B. Gcc went la Memphis today accompanying Mrs. Max D. Miller who is going to Ma- riiinna for n visit M'ltli lier parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Carvill, ot Helena, Ark., will arrive Sunday to spend a week with Ihelr daughter, Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, and Mr. Cherry. Dr. and Mrs. M. o. Usrey, whose home was recently damaged by lire, arc now nt home wilh Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Elklns. Mrs. W. P. Itulchins, of Manila, who Is seriously ill at the Blyhtc- villc hospital, will probably under- do a second uiicralion because of bood jwisoning. Sleele-Cootcr Society — Personal Mrs. Gus Cooper was hostess to (lie Jolly club of Cooler at a bunco Party Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. n White received the high score e, Mra. B. Aslier the prize follow score, and Mrs. A. R. Beckhain (he bunco prize. The guest prize went to Mrs. purkett. Mrs. Charlie McAdnnis and daughters. Miss Hazel and Mrs. Lowell Klrsey, will return Saturday night after spending a week with relatives in Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Spencer ;ire dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs A L. McBriile ut Cnruthersvillo today. 'Mr. awl Mrs. N. j. PHI S ;mrt children, of Sharon, Tenn,, are FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, Eastern Star Sponsors Dance Excursion Aboard Island Queen Wsjk,l^_- y ~ t ;~~7\ ' »*»«.«>«» ^^)ESS a ,v-.A'-i 4 "!««» **$~ f x i s?r«:- The Steamship Island Queen A public "Moonlltc" dance excursion aboard the beautiful steamer Island Queen has been announced for Monday night, October 1, at Cariilhcrsville, under the sponsorship of the CaruthcrsviUc chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. Mrs. Jessie N. Markoy is chairman of the committee in charge. • Thc boat will leave Carutliersvlllo • at 8:30. Dancing will Be free in the beautiful ballroom. Mus|c will be furnished by Bob Sidell and His Seafarers, one of the most popular dance orchestras In the country. The island Queen is one of the largest and finest inland water steamers in the world. It is of all- stccl construction, with glass-enclosed decks, assuring safety and comfort. Its 36 water tight compartments add to Its quality of safety. Dirt, smoke and soot arc eliminated through the use of oil for fuel. There are comfortable rockers and armchairs on all decks. An cnlirc city can bo accommodated .on board, for "it can comfortably carry 4,000 people o'n each trip. The "'aim Garden on the main deck of- 'ers an opportunity for relaxation ind refreshments. The committee in charge of the oat ride consists of Mrs. Lucille Brown, Worthy Matron; j. Thomas Markcy, Patron; Mrs. Markey and Mrs Amanda Siicpard. Tickets may be obtained at thc boat on the night of the excursion or in advance from members of DIP Carntliersvillc Eastern star chapter. guests of Mrs. Pitts mother. Mrs F. E. Wttlers. Jnek Pitts will remain here and attend Cooler high school. D. w. Spencer, of Washington, D. C., will arrive next week for-a visit with relatives. Mrs. Spencer and children, Jackie, Helen and Mildred, who have spent the summer here, will return to Washington with him. r. and Mrs. E. w. McCann and daughters, Helen and Mary Anna spent from 1 'Monday to'WediieJday i" St. Louis consulting a/ specialist for Mr. McCann.~Hi5 condition is improved. i 666 , Tableb, Salve, Nose Drops Checks Malari* In 3 d»js, Colds first clay, HMdaches or Neuralgia in 30 minutes. l r ine Laxative and Tonic Most Speedy Remedies Known HOH'l'ONVHiLK. I Wlsconsiti'.s most Hudson Wren. Lit- . » ere Philip Best, Helena P««i<lent, Cherry Wlnburn, Arka *5hu, secretary, D^le Ward tle. Bock, treasurer. •* T . « • • Bom. and Mrs E. Rhodes Booils, handwork, poslcrs. nnd larni proilucl.-;. The sum of $15 will be awarded In jiri/rs. A large display is expected which will be shown In cisht farm bootlis. The day's program will Lie con- .. Bapist hospital. . an- the birth of a daughter. at. the Memphis faWornian Believed ^Lorf in Japan Typhoon TCMtYO, Sept 28: (UP)-Author- Kles; (oday believed R. B. Terry, Berfaley, Cal, was ; drowned in the ttyphoon which swept over southern »IK{ central Japan last Se«rchere found wrecked on thc f»or»5 of Shlljoku island the motor .y»cht in which Terry had set outnrom-lmaharu.port Just be- lore^the' storm . No (race of {he American, representative of a foreign^. Ana at Kobe, was found. v/>*« other forelgiiers are IbleO . w»*e to* j^eo penon* wiled In Exhibits will Include canned eluded with a footliall g:ime bc- ParaBouUI and Wilson at Iwecn 3 p. m. Enlcrlaininerit al Gosncll ' There will be an entertainment at the Oosucll school Saturday | Wis, (UP- — cificicnt rural fire department soon will be supplemented by another piece of lire fielding apparatus. A 700 gallon Hospital Notes Admitted lo Hie Blythcvlllo hospital: Mrs J. w. Walker. Dcering, Mo.; Louella Masterson, Brage City tank-truck has been ordcrecf ami] paid for by the depaiimenl. The department. Is supported by Hircc townships nnd lhr> village of llorlonvillc. Volunteers are asslnn- od In |»sts ir the crews are Dismissed: Omer Whea" Lux- Mrs. J. M. Cleveland, Manila In |»sts in rach township and crews are always ready when (lie fire trucks come by, regardless of .where Ihe fire is. nighl, 5|Kmsored by tile F. T. A! Dr. l*loyd D. Howioii, Dentist Auuouuccs llic opcu- of an office for denial praclicc in I he Lynch building on Soulh Broadway. Chilled Ky I-ti|id,iite Safe - Sanitary Tint - 7c Quart - ISo C1UIGS DAIRY Plione 74 MOONLIGHT DANCE AM) Kxi-ursion Sij^nlKccing I'ixt;tir,sin(i BIANMUEEN Allsiiicrs D.incc (n tin- Miislc »f B0.il SH)KU,'S 10-1'lECi; OKCHKSTIJA Enjoy a delightful boat ride on Uic iialatinl Island Queen. Glass enclosed dance salon, spacious decks. An evening of genuine entertainment on tills beautiful river steamer. 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