The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 3, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 3, 1934
Page 2
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fcMTHEVILLE. <AML) COUB1KK JiEWS ; ' Social Calendar • -THURSDAY'S EVENTS 1 Mrs Ruaeil Philips .liming Thursday Luncheon club .t Kid- Week club meeting with Mrs Cecil Shane Kn. H, A Taylor 'entei talnins Thursday pridfe club. FRIDAY'S LVENTS Harvest SMpper al.Promiscd Laud church. • Etawood Cemeteiy association meeUng »ith Mrs Nelll Reed, 2'30 ,< P' »• Stewart-Daniels medttlng lo be 'sxlemrilzed la Churcfi of Ihc Immaculate Conception, 8 n. m. .Ladies Biwe ciais, KIM Mctlio- :<I!*t .church, meeting 7:30 P. M. »>th Mrs. Lee Armstrong Bqpibt Womtn Hate All D»y Praytr gtnlc*. Members of the Woman's Missionary society In the First Bnp- titt church had. an all day prayer ;*tTlce Tuesday,' In observance V the annual »eek of pra>cr for ;M«te. MiMlons. The 40 women present spent the morning in wor- shJp and after a luncheon period resumed the prayer service. "Laborers Together With God" w»5 the theme of the mornuig service with Mrs Lloyd stlck- tt»n as leader Mrs Murray Bmwt was accompanist for the musical selections Mrs J w Bishop us*d Ihc finl eight ur- ses ot the loth chapter of Malthew for the i\,>voHoi^l 'joy of Working Together' There uns a vloiui solo "Nobody Knows But Je*us" by Mrs Sluart fi &al- mon;:-Mmes. George M. Lcc, Paul L. Tlpton and Russell Farr sang "Lead Kindly .Light", Mrs R L Reeder spoke ' on "Laboring Together With the Aikansas Stale Baptist Convention' , Miss Cordelia Withtte gave a talk on "Woman labors in Arkansas", Mn, Ben Harrison took up the theme "Laboring Together With Ihe Sunday School and Young People" and Mrs oils ShepparrtE subject was "CoUetes, Orphanages and Hospitals". Prayers »rre offered by Mines /John Buchanan E p Blomcjcr, W. M Williams, W. M Crow and Theodore Logan 'Mrs A C. Blaylotk was leader of Uie afternoon session when Mrs Alvin Holley was piano accompanist 'Lo^ j Am W | tl) You Always" as taken from John 101 to u, was the devotional theme elaborated upon by Mrs Will Rogers Mrs K D Marr told of the -work among the migrants nnd other races, Mrs w M Crow H»k«- on ' Walk big with Qcxl Along the Mountains and lti\m", and Mrs W. M Blajlock spoke on ( Negroes to Arkansas" Mm« T H Haynes, Theodore Logan, John Buchanan and J E Burchfteld of Milllngton, Ttnn, odcred piaj- ere Another guest «a 5 Mrs Lee The sujn of $3u wHi taken l.i oflerlngs to be used for »oik In «tate missions ThU all day service followed Uie regular weekly meeling Monday afternoon at Ihe churcn when toe mission lesson »as glieii Mi- W M Blaylock used Ihc theme • Three Witnesses" taken from ihe fifth chapter of John, for the de- \otioual and pra>ers uere offered by Mrs Blaylock and Mrs Logan W M Williams goe the «5°nd tesson in Ihe mission book Seed Tune and - Harvest" 1 Principals T« „„„,, The regular monthly meeting 0 ! the superintendents .IKS principals of high schools In Mississippi coim- *'" beT1hel<1 at th ° h| 8h school of the home economics deem. Kill senc supper at 6 30 f Jl^ 16 progral11 Ed McCuIsllou, lornxrls superintendent of tne Wil- wn school and now \Uth the slate aepsrtment of education, will be the principal speaker. . A son was born this morning to Mr. and Mrs. George Ropp at the " West Walnut street The baby who *e*h«_nir« pounds, has been named George o*kes Ropp Befone r*r mamage Mrs Ropp *»s Miss EUu; o«lc«s * • * » •M CM fmrtT. , IH&s'W. D. Ch&mbltn had mem- oers of the Tuesday Bridge club as two - r guests this week for a w course luncheon 'and bridge game »j»es Tfefe' the centerpiece for the Mtt <Hahy"ldrby "non the prize a pyrex plate. ~ , of ihe sophomore class oI tbe'mrfor hfeh school, In Mrs Ar«n}e Morrison's hom« room, for the »w term nt: Chirles Wood, president; Itroy Brown, secrelarj, HUA ~ i "—-*• ' ' ' chairman; L Banch, T.- ICooir, reporter' ' Attend . ItemberB of a local bndge club to 'Memphis yesterday T'wat (u»u of Mre w . M^iannaljr ot here ant now etmftfttU, for a \x\4st lun . ch»o ^Tl^e'totat 4»m were Motet R£tf Afen,* Norbert SpaW- tag. Joe.WMMa, Jeue M. White, CJUToni<J»i«r, H. O. PartJw, H C. Davidson? Hc*eTt v Grtales and aymona titty. \ $ Vn ortaei wwte High icore J«4tt, » MMwick NpwMM Ufti, ins and Mis J. W. McliHosh, of _ _ _ __ Memphis, won the cut julze, towels Marrlajc Licenses Issued. Among the marriage licenses issued recently from thc Blylhcvlilo iffice of the county court clerk were: Miss Lorlnc Louise Sills and Her' ert Norton, both of Pleasant 'lains, Mo.; Miss Clara Hurt and Richard Heal, both ol Dell. ' * » Ronsey-Croslow. Announcement has been made of .he marriage of Miss 'Gcruldine 3roslow and Charles R. nonsey, loth of Manila. The Rev. W. 11. 'lowers performed the service Sep- ember 10. Curtls-Lawler. Miss Marie Lawlcr iind Clyde Curtis, both of Dlythevlile. were inltcd In miirrlagc September 19, with the Rev. W. C. Vanbibbcr officiating'. • * • lurtls-DoufljA-. Thc marriage of Miss Kay Dougas and Chester Curtis, both of this city, occurred September 29 with lie Rev. W. C. Vanblbber pcrform- ng the ceremony 1 . jhllders-Rlchardson. Miss Ozenl nlcluirrtson «n:l Jiinifs Jhllders, both of Dell, were united n Juan-Inge Scplember 29 by the Rev. W. C. Vnnbibbcr. • * * Miller- French. Announcement has been miirfe of he imirrlage of Miss Attic French, ?f RIdeely, Tomu and Jolm ij. Mil- cr, of Caruthcrsvllle, Mo. The Rev. B. K. Sewell, pastor of the Mclli- odisl churcli at Marlon, rcii<l the ervlcc September 22. . >awford-lleynolds. The Rev. J. T. Renfro, paslor ot he Second .Baptist church pcrfonn- d the service September 20 when illss Hester Reynolds and Pelle Crawford were united in marriage. Flncher-Tosh. The marriage of Miss Ilu Tosh ind Mr. Jack rlnclier was solemn- zed Saturday wllh the Rev. w. J. ^eRoy, pnsto'r of the Luke street Methodist church, reading thc ser•Ice. Tile bride wore a sea blue sheer crepe dress trimmed lu bulge lace and her accessories were In navy immediately following the cerc- nony a dinnerparty was given, also attended by Mr. and Mrs, oico Vrenn, who ; \vcre united in marriage the same day, Mrs. Wrenn laving been the former Miss Helen Tomlliisoii. Mrs. finclier, who Is the daugli- er of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Tosh, attended high school at Kennctt, Mo., where she formerly resided The bridegroom attended high chool here where he and Ills bride vill nuike their home. • * • lursts at Cluli Mrs. H. A. Taylor nnd Mrs. Harry w. Haincs were gucsk of Mrs. W. C. Higglnson Tuesday afternoon vhcn she also had thc Young Matrons Bridge club members lo play cards. A paper towel rack set went to Mrs. Joe O. Trlescbman for club ward and the guest prize, a refrigerator dish, was given Mrs. Taylor. Cake, coffee and nuts were served. Christ Ambassadors Meet. The Christ Ambassadors ot the Assembly of God phureh met Sunday evening. Thc class opened wllh song nnd prayer and the last two chapters ol Hike were illsousscd. Thc .'President told the class to jrhig their pencils and paper next Sunday evening for an examination on the I3ook. The class had visitors, the Miss:s Elanor and Flora Hirschcy, Mtss Frances Arnold, and Reverend Albert PickUiorn, all o'f Memphis. The meeting closed with prayer. Pecan Grove News Mr and Mrs odls Brooks spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. clvdc Duncan, of Ekron. Mrs. John Ltc Davis is spending his week with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Overman. Mrs. Spicer, of Manila, Is the guest or her granddaughter, Mrs Homer Hodje. Douglas Robertson spent Saturday night with Herman Wilson ol Dogwood Ridge. A Three~Days r Co^h Is Your Danger Signal Do.n'l let them get a. strangle told. Fight them quickly; Creomul- slon combines 7 helps In one. Po srftil but. harmless. Plensant lo !ake. No narcotics! Your own drug- Ikt is authorized to refund your qioncy on thc spot If your cough or cold is not relieved "by Cre mulslon -Adv. l Uhc Shibley's Wonder and Old Trail 1 Flour A. G. SHIRLEY Wholesale Grocer j Bits oj News Mostly Personal Well lilackard is a patient at (he Memphis, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat hospital. Julian E. netls, of Memphis, u is In the city last evening as the guest of hl.i flnncce, Miss Jane Duck Mr. and Mrs, H. G, Pnrllow and children will spend Ihe weekend In I'aragould. Among from here who at- .cndcd the dance on Ihc excursion boat "Island Queen" iU Ciirnthcrs- I'llic Monday evening were: Mr. and Mrs. E. P. nlomeyer. Mr. and Mrs. "harles Afford, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. L,iitc Ilubbnrd, Mrs. Allan Walton. if. C. Knapjwnbcrgcr, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Robinson, Miss Hetty Lets McC'utchcn, Mtss Pollyann Buck, Jaubo Sallba, Miss Virginia Bio- tncycr nnd Elliott Johns. Mrs. s. S. SUrnbcrg 5]>cnt Monday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Clmmblln »'lll go to Memphis tomorrow for .he funcrnl of Mrs. Chamblln's sLsler-ln-law, Mrs. Alma Appelton, wife of the late O. D. Appclton who died Ihree weeks ago. Mrs. Appclton died at the Methodist iospltal last night following a four lays Illness from septic Ihroat Kiisoning. services will be held at the McDowell-Moiucverde Fun-, ci'al home. Mrs. j. E. Whllwoith Is now convalescing following the amputation of her foot recently. Dr. J. A. Sallbiv will go to Memphis tomorrow for a nicct- DB of the Shrlucis. He will re,urn Friday. Fay McHaney has gone to Tupelo, Miss., for a, week's visit with its parents. Miiics. Walker H. Bukcr. Byron Morse and Ross D. Hughes were in Memphis Momlny. Mr. and Mrs. U C. I!. Young and their nephew, Wclby Andy Young, Jr., of Osccoln, were guests of Mr. and Mrs, C. S. Stevens yesterday and last evening, Mrs. fllley B. Jones, who was injured whcji struck by a car Holiday, has been In bed since ':hat time but Is now much Improved. The condition or Miss Ruby Veal, who was critically Injured n nn automobile accident Friday night, Is slightly Improved today. She Is at Ihc Ulythevlllc hospital. , . Mrs. J. E, Burehllelcl, or MH- lington, Tenn., Is the guest of her nother, Mrs. J. H. Jenkins Mrs. J. \v. Velvln ot Lewlsvllle Ark., president of the Arkansas Federation or Women's clubs, who will bring greetings to the state convention of Uie. United Daughters of the Confederacy here Oc (obcr 23, 24, 25. Harold Crumby was given at the home or Mrs. William Payne'Mon- day night. Mr. and Mrs. Ball, of Cooler, Mo, visited Owen Does Sunday. Ekron News Notes Prizes were -awarded to Harriett. Virginia ami Wayne Payne and to uyron DOSS and Martha. Crumby or perfect attendance nl the Ekron 'Jaton Sunday school ror Ihc past hrec mouths. The class was given tooks last nuiirter for attendance and this quarter prizes were tiward- cd for the best colored books. Virginia Payne won first place, Harriett Payne second place, nnd Marie Hargctt third place. Mrs. Wll- lliini Payne, teacher of the junior class, gave the prizes. Harriett Payne received n prize rom her Sunday school teacher for knowing the most scripture readings.-. A farewell party for .Martha and U. D. C. Speaker Clear Lake News Mrs. Alum Baker spent' Sunday night with Mrs. Boulnli Miller. Mr. and Mrs. O. n, Via spent (.he week end with relatives here. ••' Mrs. Mattlc Mstlhews tins returned to her home In Tennessee after spelling three weeks with relatives here. Mrs. Mamie Hancock ipejit Sim- day evening with Mr. and Mrs. Willie Garrett. Ixinis Perdue and Bertha Sapp, and Arltn Baker and Eva Scott were married Saturday, September 29: Miss Leliir Mnc Alford spent Sunday with Miss Louise Via. Nfr. and Mrs. Vcliner Gon spent Sunday with tile lattcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Guilders..- ' Mrs, Sum Craig Is spending a few days with her daughter. Albert Luclieke, of Milwaukee, Is a mizzle fan and lias earned a tolnl of $5000 In various contests. He 1ms earned the title of • Wisconsin's most consistent and successful contest fan. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 193. Osceola Society — Personal Mtss Bonnie Jean Driver, daughter of Mrs. B. B. Driver and the lute Mr. Driver or Osceola, was \vert lo Mr. Robert Uardtwciy Keiulrlck of ianipa, Fln,,aiul Osccoiii at a pret- ly candlelight ceremony s!> i<| at 7'30 o'clock Monday night a t the bride's home here !jy the Hev. E. K. wll- mer, pastor of the Osceola clirls- llau church. Descending (lie slnirwuy in(o Hie spacious living room to ihe straiiiG ol "Tile Wedding chorus" from Lohengrin, Hie couple said their voics wfore an Improvised altar of clematis and ferns flanked by great baskets of ivhlte chrysanthemums. The bride's wedding gown was n mode] of ivory satin designed on Princess lines with long sleeves and scJJ plallliijf around a square neck. Her veil of white Illusion, fastened to a tiara of pearls and orange blossoms hung to the bottom of her long train. She carried n shower bouquet of bride's roses and valley lilies. A program of nuptial music proceeding the ceremony was rendered by Mrs, B, S. Driver or Osceola, a cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Jess Hull of Cairo, ill., the groom's sister. During the ceremony, which commemorated the twenty-second wedding anniversary or the bride's parents, Mrs. Driver played "All, Swccl Mystery of Life." Following the ceremony Mr. Ken- drlck and his bride left for a short motor trip. Returning in a rew days they will bo at home in Osccola. The bride is a member or one or Mississippi county's oldest and most prominent families. Following her graduation from local schools she attended William Wood college at Fulton, Mo. Mr. Kcndrick is trie son of L. T. Kcnilrick of Tampa, Fla. He studied engineering at the University or Florida at Gainesville, and was for several years in the U. s. Naval Air Corps. He is employed now with the U. S, Engineers engaged In Mississippi river revetment Work with headquarters in Osceola. Among the out or town guests attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. strelton Driver nnd their son Blllic; Mr. and Mrs. Vcrnon Winton, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Polk and Mrs. Douglns Chlsm, all ot Memphis; Dr, J. F. Roland of Hot Springs, Mrs. Herbert Shippen arid her small son, Bilite, of Littic Rock and Mrs. Maude Johnson or Cairo, III. * * % Peggy Jane Driver, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Driver Jr., was llircc years old last Wednesday,': A party at th'c home of her grandmother. Mrs. W. J. Driver sr. celebrated the occasion. The guests included Catherine and Laura Louise Pope, Anne Driver, Frank Barham jr., Billle Jop Carlisle, Sallic Travis, Betty Jean Colcnian, Mary Ann Cartwrlglil, Martha Jane Dunn, Andy Young jr.. Anne Morlc Masscy, cico Jean Bnrcli, Gene Pendergrast, Joan L»- ney, and Clara Lou Driver. Fourteen members attended the Methodist Women! Missionary society Monday afternoon. Mrs. H M Rhcubiixh led the mission study lesson on Japan with each member giving a current, event report on (list country. Eighteen members were |>rescnl at a business meeting of the Baptist Wontans Missionary union at the church Monday afternoon » * * Mrs. H. J. Halo was hostess Monday afternoon lo members of this Presbyterian Ladles Auxiliary. Hf- tcen members attended. After a business session Mrs. R. c. Bryan led the study lesson taken from he Book of Mark and designated, "On tiie Authority of Jesus." • * * Mi-3. w. E, Hunt was liostci's lo lier two table bridge club, Mrs. 'Hugh Craig was the only giicsl besides the club members. High score prize was awarded Mrs. JI, J. Hale. Milllory Harwell entered the j»ed- Ical department ot Tulane University at New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. George Doyle were Memphis visitors Monday, Miss Sarah Moorlicart 1ms returned from Shroveport, la , where she spent a week with her brother Dr. Moorhead, who is head of Ihe department of economics at Centenary .college. . She will teach this year at Hightower school. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Martin have relumed from a tivo weeks visit in Vicksburg, Natchez and Jackson, Miss. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Martin's mother, Mrs. .'c. P. Nichols, who has been visiting in Memphis, King Zog, oi Albania, is the only unmarried sovereign In'Europe. For HEAL Protection ' Phone 191 "" '. CLARK-WILSON AGENCY General Insurance 'We Pay All Losses With a Sinllo" James fl. .Clark' - Baker 'Wilson J. A. S4LIBA, M. D.. M. E., I'll. C. BYE, 'EAR,' NOSE ami THHOAT GLASSES FITTED lO, litgnmi JBldg. Corner Main & first Residence Phone -110 Office Phone 118 DEMONSTRATION OCTOBER 4th HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. 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