The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 2, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 2, 1934
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'TWO. •LITHEVILLE, (A1K.) .COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, iO!M ,, Social Calendar ^J' WEDNESDAY S EVENTS i' Bvolt stud> ot Church ot ClxiUl ."meeting with Mrs Buford Martin, * 2.30 pin " Mrs' Bob Wilks haUug Wednesday Bridge club. Luncheon .meeting of the Delphian Fine Arts club at the home of, Mrs 0 W, AfflicK at 10.30 In honor of the outgoing president. This is tho firtl of the fall sciics of with rc.scs > used iis the centerpiece for the suppcl table. Bits oj News Mostly Personal .ppcol In Kelser and vicinity, lie tourl at the Scottish Rite Ciith«di i survived by a wife, MrB. M. M. ra), •'."'• '! ny, two sons, Troy Kay nnd Jack Mr«. liassell McClurc, Mrs. Rob- Kay, uoth In . California, nnd twu laughters, Miss Delia Kay, and sudbms P T, A execulHc coun- <liiy »;> ll » sliwss ; ; Billy Cialncs Is In Memphis U>- cll meeting at 2 30 p in Bobulc Jean iilnylocH Is conval- at her home, 1218 Holly, lol- Thuisday Luncheon club Mid-Week chib meeting Mrs Cecil Slxaixe Mrs H f ^Thursday 'Bridge club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS IhcVllle hospital withl B'janl Rich, ol St. Louis, c Sleelc, vyho last his arm /In . milritiinlual 1 " 0101 ' Accident recently, was -re- cmolli " E| move<l from Ihc. BtytliovlUft '•""• Mrs. James Rounsavftll. pilal today to tlie home of Mr. -" • whcfc he jnlcls wedding to solemnized ta Church o! the Immaculate Conception, 8 30 a Mrs. Harvey Wilson and Mrs. J. T. Polk entertained" In honor of ,he now Keiscr tcixchevs. with n bridge party Saturday afternoon lit Ilia home ol Mrs, Polk. Those present were Mrs. Spcnce Williams, Miss Ezclln. Dletz, Miss Sue Whippie, Miss Clarice Little, Miss liar- barn llnlrc, Miss Florence Powell Miss Luclle Courtney, Mrs. Lcsnins- ter, Mrs. W. W. Watson, and Mrs Kill: Chlkls./illgli prize was,won by Miss Powell and consolatior was cut by Mrs. Kirk Chllds. E. Walker Reeves, agriculture teacher In the kclscr school, spcm Saturday and Sunday visiting hi: brother, Mr. Reeves, In Memphis. Kirk Chilrts attended to buslncs. in Blytlievllle Thursday. Chancellor Will Address U.D.C. and Fernciiirc, where he : iillcmlcd •»ith Mrs i Lee Aimsifong Loral Young People Attend Church Mee Ten members of Ihf senior \ouivg people's department of ihe F'"M nutomobile Methodist church, pcwmipanled by , s , mc]l[ , ngod . Mr and Mrs I, E Tull.f went, to tllc ^ ine • Caruthersvllie, Mo, last evening to attend the Pemtscdt county XliiiOn meeting. Springs,-'.Ark,, ^Isler of Snmiicl I' Korrls. and their aunt, Mrs. E. H. Noble, of Jonesboro, will arrive tomorrow -for iij,visit.-. •• The coii'dltlori ojt Miss Ruby Ne«l, who • was ^seriously Injured .dent Friday night, She Is at the Bly- Stcclc-Cootcr Sociely — Personal rt Holt, Mrs. H. Talklnelon,, llSEes ; Margrcte McOliire and Ell abcth Hughcy were guests ol rlcnds in Dlythevillc Saturday vcnlng. They were accompanied here by Clco Tucker, litxrold Simpson .returned Fri- tay after u visit with his mother, firs. Anna Simpson, at, Paragould, Ark. . Little Culvln Ocne, son of Mr. ind Mrs. R. E. Brown, Is very 111, Mrs Cluster Taylor will go to Memphis one day this week to consult :i specialist. • ./ Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sliclton liave moved here from St. Joe, La. Thomas C. Whlifleld has gone 10 Searcy, Ark., to attend Harding College, .-'.• E. W. McCnnn, who was .Injnrci In a car accident, several weeks ago, Is not resting very well. Miss Patty Jordan has rcturnc' lioiiic after a visit witli her sister rs, Don Fortis,- Jr., at Lepnhto, rk. Ellis Hunt and Elmer Wright ivc returned after a visit lii'Clil- wlth Mr. Hunt's sister. Wlllard McDanlel has returned Frilhk has gone One of the most, beautiful home weddings of the season look pltici Hhrae Sunday afternoon at 3:00 Memphis where.^ he allends Ihojo'clock when Miss Hazel Weave " ' Both Mr and Mis Tull, went to Caruthersvllle, Mo, last evening to attend the Pcmiscot county Union meeting' > < >, ' - , • Both Mr, and Mrs. 'l"ull spoke on "Africa" In the program which also Included an InsUillatlon service for . the new officers ' other talks, gained, pep songs, and refreshments Otheis making the tiip were Mrs'jEarl B Snsder alia son. Earl, llliiH ConsUnce Smith, Ell?abclh Bufristte, Joyce Hcnlcj, Doiolhy doodrlch, Winlf,icd Ooodilch, Alice Tisif Santord. ' Booi\4 and. P A .^ University " : of Tjniiessct School ot uecamu the bride ' of Mr. Cccl ' Earls in the home of the brldo' Medicine. . _ Harrcll Davls7"wiio went to Fay- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy re- Weaver, - before members of atlcnduEChpol.. has re- Weaver, - b turnfcd'''h'omer' " ' r -''i : ' : 'i'- •"•'< J "- 1 "-> ii ' ;i 'amlllcs and a tow Intimate Mends 0. V. Scab'aiigh is attending to" The slnulc ring ceremony was per business In Chicago and Wash- formed by the Ucv. U S.- Thui Inston.-D. d. ; lie plans, to return' inond, pastor of the Stcclc Churc llie ^iRSt- of tlio'WtiCk: *:>•••'. "''>• ': of Christ. The brido was given i Airs.' Fred" Warren, : Mrs.' Doylo' marriage by her father. She woi Henderson and Mrs. O. W.. Dllln-'- »" iv.itvmvn ensemble n! brtw untywt; In-. Memphis Monday. \\tM»c crepe with touches of white ' '''' ' ....... -''"'"' """•'•"' "" """ Kmi"i'»fc nf Mr. aixo'Mfs'.''6'.'M Gray were' n Memphis Monday focaire v,_, 4 » « U,D:C.'S TO ' . bporiwr Boat * The local chapter of the UDC •will- 'sponsor a boat, dantie on the "Cftbitol' from Catuthcrsvllle ,on The Rev. Stuart H. Salmon, pas-' Her sister, < Miss, .Gcnelle .Weaver, or - of ;r ihc ' First 1 ; Presbytcrlaii: W« s '"aid of honor and her brides- imr'chV-ae'tvWrl y'ralerdixy from nxald was Ml5s;Mnrj-, .Klnninehixin. Newport,' Ark.,', where he nssistcdT' 11 ": bridegroom , had as his al- tpori»oi:,hlp organization Octobei 10, sharing the Caiuthcibvlllc liary HaS ^ ir^ MecUnc, 4 , . I regular,, jug of (he „ , bushiesi, oiriah 1 s > 'aiixHlar o St. Louis after n visit vllh friends and relatives. here Hightoitier New*} Mr. am! Mrs. Jack West arc; the wrenls of a son, born September 17 Mrs, Bell, who lives on the Hleh- ,owcr farni, Ls seriously ill. John Powell, o( Oklahoma, ne- licre. tober I. Farmers in this vicinity are T orrcst City, 'judge 'of;'-the hanccry district of 'Arkansas 1 and one of the outstanding jurists of deliver the memorial address at the slate meeting Of lie' United Daughters of the Confederacy at Blythcvlllc, - Wcdiies day, October 24.- Goat Got Her Goat, elr cards on llie table In coin- on court, before Judge Harrison wing. Mrs, Miller asked $3,000 amages. She was awarded ilOO. Driver Grove There will be prayer meeting at Driver .Grove Wednesday at 7 p.m The only sense to wlxich. fulv can be called a brain food Is.lhut, It is digested easily nnd therefore the stomach does not make' auph a heavy call on the blood In tlw ' )hioan to Study in Island Leper Colony CINCINNATI (UP)—A University f. Cincinnati professor will spend cveral months In" a Philippine lep- r colony during the coming year. To study this practical appllea- ion of his theory ot the effect ol llmate on disease, Dr. Clarence A Mills, professor of experlmenta medicine in ths schtx>l o{ medicine will leave In October tor the Is- ands.- Ills leave Is beliig granted -hrough provision of the Ijeonard Wood •'Memorial for the Eradica- Ipn':ol leprosy. , 'Much'of the five months he will es W. H. Springer spent Sunday I bl , a!ll during Ihc digestive process- ..igtxt. with his daughter, Mrs,! Fiank Skelton, at Dlythcville. i Mr. and Mrs. Vic Itfosley have moved to this community. I Many from this community at- j tended the Pentecostal meeting a', aosucll Sunday night. Archie Craig, Bfbic Sixelton. Russell Sliclton; Zcb Oaines, and Mr. and Mrs, C. F. Springer were guests of Mr. anil Mrs. Charley I, Springer Sunday. SHORTE COLDS PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS abroad, leper colony at Culion, l« spent in the Mount Colima, In Mexico, Is the highest active volcano In North America. . I IN MEMOKIAM Gone but not forgotten: Little Youlh Received New for Burned Money FERGUS FALLS. Minn. (Ul>) — Jcrald Douglas Glass, son of Mr. aiid Mri Sum Glass, born No- I vcinbcr 1, 1033, departctd this'life September 21, 1934, age ten months and twenty-one days. '. Sick only four days, his suffering WKI nevertheless intense. He leaves to mourn his departure, his father, mother and tivo James Jarvincn, 16, working on a farm month. He put his earned J15 brothers, Leo and Billle Lynn, ami here 'for a hard-earned and money in a tooth-paste box placed II in a cupboard. His mother, cleaning > liouse, threw the uox Into a rubbish lire. 'Jiuncs' rather, scut, the ashes to States treasury with A. Jarvinen,. (he United an affidavit. setting forth the facts. James now has 15 crisp new $1 bills. So Sfie Sued, Won CLEVELAND (UP)—When a billy, [ihcw of c. E. Cook, Is'vislUnt goat bridged the gap between-(he Pulls 1,600-Lb. Carl 2,300 Miles in 4 Months PAINESVILLE. O. (UP)—Pulling a carl 2,368 miles Irom Miami, Fla., a host of other loved ones. A-precious one Ironx xis is gone A voice we loved is stilled. A place Ls vacant in our home Which never can be filled. Weep not dear father and molliei As those who have no hope. So mucji we all loved little' Jeruid But tiie Savior .loved him most And has taken him home to Heaven TO live forever- more. .. , ; Grandmother. . WORLD SERIES •BROADCASTS Sponsored by Over Columljw ami i N. 1). C. network's. You arc ' cordially invited to listen to each game in our showroom. Phillips Motor Co. Authorized Ftir'd IV 200 '-E. Main St. lilytheville, Ark. homes of Mrs. Madeline Miller and School, opened here Monday, Oc- Mr. and Mrs. (William : Hiirris lilies of the \alloy. about three-fourths through with lotion pirklng. i Mrs. H, J, Fondren and sons, Lloyd and Floyd. •. shopped in Bly- thcvillc Saturday. : suburban Euclid village one dixy last ycnr and got x clubbed with a spado-r When Mrs. "Harris passed over after goat and .received , a grand slam with'mc implement lor so the (csthu'bny. sliowcd)— Hospital Notes Admitted: Scott Dunavivntt, city; Mrs. Joe Caglc, clUy; n the installation of a new pixs-. tcndaiits, Byron ,weaver,..brotherITlwrne, Luxora; Doyle Terry, QS- or> 'of Hlic'.' P'rcsbylcrlnn church' <?' ,"><> bl ' lj «. "'«'' 0. p. Penny. |ccola; OIen Bond, Brass City, Mo.; I, er e |H Mrs. Earls is a : ''graduate 'of I'. Rhodes, city. Dism.issed: Bry^ MM nil™, n in>mt ,„„„! )n will Sleclc hiiilx school in the class-or ant Rich, Slcele, Mo.; Mrs.'W. P here. Mrs. Rllcy B. Jones went to son. ycsterilfty. for R visit with mrcnls, Mr: alld' Mrs. Walter Ol Silo \vas'Accompanied by Mrs. Crawford. school in tlie class. or T1D34. Mr. Earls is the son of the Carlll11."'." Jnfiics M and Mrs. Ida 1 Lee 'cs, and Is a graduate of Stecle . school, where he made ft .very Mr. and Mrs. J.-A? Leech arc h v( l ccrditnbte athletic record. His is Memphis today. now connected , Steelf. First Prcblrjtciun churc \\as^hcld i Kje < iteidaj afternoon a Reports ot otllcers and secretur ies~6f\cju«s v,ero.glven and plans, comple > led'"rol'' t a'i.hiircU school ol missions ..lo be held diuing UK stiidy of home rtiltsions begluiilng Ocfbber H. 'Arrangements were [01 members to attend thu In Joiiesboro, Miss Mary Blanche Gay" W ni beginning. .n;scries ot,swjial.affairs leave tomorrow for .Cl.icagoVwIicroI'.m "onor 'of Mr. and Mrs/Earls. sho will spend tvvd'month's vlsltlnb', _ . . _ ,„,-,, , Oronr and other nill l> h D'miucll. of St. Louis, • here attending to. business for the Miss Katliryn frlendb. • •> . • ,. „ . Ml. uild Mrs'Floyd While and I Donlphan Laud .Company, diii'lnu ions hnve'i'eturned'fridm'-J'ariigollW wlicrc they spent the weekend. ««• "tecncosol*,- Bryant; Hiuh,- who (s hl Ul * B1 J' tllov1110 hos|illnl rc- group confeience October 9, "•' ' *' "jitt I rlcnds" ' B T. I) to . Bcrt Stewart, now sUitioncd at "UPcrallnK fr . om » «* r accident. Guaulanamo, Cuba, on S. Woodcock, arrived Iho u S lodav to . Lco °™vtHV(, Ike NortlraU, . , Hctblc B"" 0 '^'^, and N. Koury spend ten davs with his mother, ?""" lnsl wcck '" 8L Louls ut " Mrs. Pearl Stewart, and family. Ho 4 ™""E Hie Masonic ^oOgc ot Mls- especially lo be here for Ihc meeting at the church this evc- ;ning, 7 o'clock. • • i StHbniy r T. A. . To Meet Wednesday : The budbmy Parent- rcachci association will resume its monthly meetings Wednesday Kflcrnoon • >kiiL-~ --.iL»i,<_.j(iijj »u W IILI U 1U1 I'll: j m ^ ^--s?ffffifi ffSassa?-~£ Positi\MS Relief church will Ime an Important mn |«, ( j Fri(tay mo ,. |lina . m wm his sLslcr n marriage. Mr. Stewart, who was reared here, lias jccn In the navy for six years uxd recently has completed n torn f the West Indies. : ; John BiirneUo was In Flayti, Mo. asi evening. Mrs. Spiirgcon Patterson ar.d For the program, the talks will be based on the general topic ' lo- day's Child In Tomorrow's World." ^Patrons and friends of-the school are invited i ' * -* * Business Women Meet An interesting program was presented Bl'!-Uic weekly meeting o r the'Business- and Professional Women's Club Jast evening with' Mrs E."F. Belt, Membership Chairman, In charge A round lablc discus sion on Membership opened the program wltli the foUowhvg topics being discussed "How/ lo Balance Membership." Miss Minnie Mal- thefls. "What Obligations Has A; Club Member Towards a New : Member,".. Miss Margaret- LaN'clle •Mootc; "The Obligations of n - Member to the Club,' Thclma Wells During the business session with Mrs. '.J. G. Barnes, president, in oharge, Miss Mdrgarel LaNelle Moore was elected, lo.serve, as Slate Publicity Chairman with Miss Cora Lee" BiadHdgc. b. : T. U. Council To Mtet Tonlghl ' -.The workers council of the Baptist Training union of the Firs Baptist church will be held tlie B T U assembly room o Ihe,church this evening at 7 0 o v dock The program will be opened wit: ; > a devotional followed bj. Grou busfaiess and committee meeting^ teports and discussions of goat election ' of" general officers ail adult-te»tters * Dr B 8~C»mpoell of Conna> . v,ill 'make trie principle address ft Rei'!tsttfa*nts I > wilt be served b i. tlxc V*fc ITten^ <"«l th e'E h ," Lee 'tlftfa» •,« 0" " •>> All 'meBrttet • *re urged to L ' s brcwut . I ' V, v» " daughter, yivlnn, left yesterday " Birnxinijtxam, for their home in' Ala., after having spent three weeks with Mrs. W. T. Obcrsl, mother ol Mrs. Patterson. Mr. Cut- tcrson motored .up for llicm. Mr. ami MIS. B. J. Allen and family have taken the former Vail residence on Kentucky ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Rniwrt Crafton, who lived there lor n short time, have moved to the Kramer house, which they purchased. Keiser Youth Victim of Spinal Meningitis KEISER. Ark.—Thomas Moore, 5, son of Mr. M. n. MoOrc fo Kel- r, died Monday morning of spinal icnlngitls al his home In Kelser.- lie first showed symptoms of the Iscase early Sunday morning. Fu- eral services were held Monday Ucrnoon and. Interment, took place t Ermen cemetery. He Is survived by Ills father and nether Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Moore, >y three sisters. Miss Margaret iloorc, Mrs. C. S. Shell ot Oscc- >la, and Miss Helen Moore, and one brother, Ben U. Moore jr. ]f ilr and' Mrs Junes Hill, Ji ' "ktrlalned elght'Jgoests with •tt supper fiUay erenmj o*« ••ming Wr?-*»wJ Mn-'A' E. "who "ire l*a?ta» here (or MALARIA! Sure End to Chill* apt! Fever I Here's real relief :or Malaria- Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. Quickly it stops the chills nnd fever and restores yolir body to comtort. Many remedies will merely allcvialc Ihe symptoms of Malaria temporarily, but Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic goes all tho wny and completely rids your system of the Infection. Grove's Tasteless Chill tonic H real corrective ot Malaria cause it contains two llitngs. First, tasteless tininlno which kills Malarial infection In the Second. Ionic Iron which I overcome the ravages of the chills and fever and fortifies against lur- . (her attack. I'lny sale! Take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It no* comes in two sizes— 50u nnd SI. The $1 size contains 3 ',4 limes ns much as Ihe 50c size nnd gives you 25% more for your money. Get Loltlc loday at nny drug store. —Adv. IS M. M. Kay, 65, of Keiser, died Monday morning as ihc result of paralyllc slroke Saturday nlghl He was ngcnt ; for Ihe .Contmcrclal 666 MtpU, Tablets, Salve, Nose Drops Checks Malaria In 3 days, Cold first day, Headaches or Nturaljl; In' 30 liilnuics. •Fine I^a^ative and Tonic MMi ffttir Remedies HOTEL NOBLE is r}ow Agent For American Airlines, Inc. 'Call S3$ x For Information and Reseuations Dr. Floyd D. Howton, Dentitt Announces the opener! an oifice lor "denial- practice in the Lyiich building on South Broadway.. .. • A, G.'SHIHLBY Whoiesale • Grocer THE WISE OLD OWE ic\ )S I OF TONGUE OR PEN < METHESt'lVt USED FUEL AGAIN >J f> J. A. Poster, with .his wife and two children.. - live and seven, lierc on their, 120th day ot wear!- Foster said be . had dragged the cart, which weighs the 'entire "distance. sleeps : in the cart at night. Foster .hopes .to reach Hamllloji OnL, to, seek- :if\var pension foi It ended with,both' sides putting ..'service with Canadian forces. Now Located at Southeast'Ccrner Walnut and Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON "EDWARDS, Proprietor ' ill makes of rebuilt Typewriters, Iddtiig Machines and Calculators Repairing—Parts—Ribbons : Bragg City, Mo.; Mrs. Frctl blood. helps "It's toasted" Yttir tfinat pmticliin—aialnit Inilalioit—aiolnil «u O '' ' • ' ' ' -':..'.•-:":•: '.'• " . . - oo rquiid, so firm, so fiilly^ packed tuckies are made of only the Cleaii ten- ter leaves - these are tlie mildest leaves — they cost more-they taste, better.

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