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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 5, 1934
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COURIER NEWS *•* * I MRS Marjorie Stewart Weds Allen Daniel Mis* Marjorie St«»arl, daughter of Mrs Pearl Sitwarl, and Mr. Frank Allen D»niel, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L: Daniel of Cw- Hthersville, Mo., were married at tt nupiial mass performed Uils morn- Ing at eight o'clock, at the Chuich of the Immaculate Conception The Riv J J Thompson officldlcd and the Rev Edwnid Walsh, of Caruthersvlllc, was piescnt In the sanctuary. A pink and gold motif was carried but in tlie decorations. Arkansas group at the University of Arkansas, I'Viyetlcvllle, and Ed McCulstlon of the slate department o! cdwaltcii, uute nock, ouillriccl tit? study program for 1834-35. These officers vrcra elected: L, H, Aulry, Burdclte, president; George neero, Osccoln, vice president; Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, Blytlicvlllo, secrelary. Those present \verc: Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Sulllva.n of Etoiwih, \v. E. Pigg of Kolsc'r, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ivy of Yiu-bro, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Gill'of Deli, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Mellon of Joiner, Mr. and Mrs. w. wenon ol joiner, Mr. and Mrs. v - luv -">- '""• * George Deere ol Osceola, Charles tetlc r l«d«y. , A. Stubbs and mother, Mrs, vutiitu uwt in uiu uetynLuuns. '»• wiuwua miu mutncr, nils, uiiancs ; Baskets of pink roses, ftfns hndlU Slubbs, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Mc- cathedral tapers formed the tm-|Clurklu, Mrs. Ed Hardln, Mrs. El- bankmeni before which the nnr-]n>a Armstrong, Miss Rosa M. Har- rlag? vo»s »cic said and cnchldy, Hunter steadnmn and Miss aide of the chancel was similarly I Winnie Vlrjjil Turner of ulylhe- ciecorsted Gold tulle bows hung vllle, L. H. Autry of BurdelLe, Thom- from Ihe baskets and fenis iind the Prc Dies in Ihe sanctuaiy y where the bride and bildegroom knelt for'communion, was decorated with pfnk roses. Mrs. J. L McDalilcl mothci of the bridegroom, presided, at Ihe organ, Misses Ruth Fowler and Betty Huflnun played the violins and BID Hfcjden was soloist The vetted ehftir sang ' I LOVC You Truly", "Evening Hymn to the Sacred Heart" and Mi. Hayden sang "O Lord I Am Not Worthy" at the communion of the mass tuid "Av* Maria" during the offelory. The Lohengrin wedding march heralded the bridal party and the BrWal Chorus bv Mendelssohn was Playtd for the recessional Th« bride tfore a (a 11 ore d frock of *ood brown pebble, crepe with a short jacket A plaited sland- Ing collar and plealcd ruffles on the sleeves I rimmed the coal which *as filled at the \\alst, caught Tilth a gold buckle All of her accessories were in Hie same shade »ith a nose veil on hor close fitting hat She Carried an arm boUqutt of JoannahtH roses and valley lilies caught with gold and .?Hr s *' iu r!bbon Sllc ««»• accompanied to the altar by her . %"$!?• Mr Bert Stewart, of the united states navy now sUlioned at Cuta Her tv,ln sister, Mrs Walter cox, Jr, of Osccoja, was matron ol honor She »orc a brown Jrock of flat crepe wilh a eolljr °i brown satm a »d Bold bultoivs Hlmmed the dress, Her lurbnn, *Kh^a nose v«|I, aud olher ac- «erc also in the same Mr B Ward, of Car-..-, — f lc, nas bee>t imui Her maid of hoiioi was Miss Marie Garrelt of Caiulhcrsvllle cousin ot the bridEgroom, who We' Iroci similar to that of Mrs. as Wllklns of Luxorn, Carl Bird of Wilson. . , , «Irs. Kduar Hcrrlck, Mrs, Uwlght high school; Mr. McRay, principal . , Of tlie high Bohool at Wilson, und . ™£. ^,^ taffe(a blouse *>*'> wore Shoulder corsases of Talis- an rows Mr Brucc Flshe 0[ Clu« r^' Carney . G «*"«ell, James , —• '-••• vv»i« til, VJH Richdrd Roberts' .' aller Ihe ceremony Breakfast vas given for Jiicnil)6fs , t ^,. vj ZllU (l\Q lll\~ .- faniiJi^s Z/ater Mr Dan 3€l and his bride motored to Mem- Hotel ^bodfun^,^ 1 A " t ! ler sevtral weejss Ihey «m \x> ^ home in Cairo in Daniel, v 'nginwrs Is »«ii tii'e""!; ' s! r '.Mr and Daniel, Mr and Mrs Huffman, Mr and Mrs P r " aud M ^ j B Hayes Sullivan, superintendent of District 36. Jolimon-llood. Announcement has been made of fne marriage of Miss Katie,Hood, of niylhcville, and Ather .lohnson, of tills city. The Rev. J. R, Shepherd read the ceremony September n. Goullrr-Boyil. Mrs. L. M. Boycl and A. R. Coulter, both of-this city, were imilcd n marriage September VI wilh the Rev. Orover Sutherland oflldnLlng. Tlie marriage of Miss Evelyn Mason and Curtis Nelson, both of Ar- mofel. was solemnized September yi. with the Rev. J. R. shepherd reading the service. Vlsilors AlteiKl Country Club Dance. There were a number of guesls at the country club dance last evening when Herbert Mohlcr aud his 12-piece.orchestra, direct from Iho Hotel Statler, St. Louis, furnished iiuislc for 90 dancers. Out ol ton'11 guests were: Miss Dorothy Evans of, St. Louis, Scott Herring, Ray Maxwell and Lawrence Levy of Memphis, guests of Mr.s, Anne Stevens roller;. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boulfleld aud .Mr. niid Mrs. Harold .TrowbrWgo, .'of Slkcslon,- Mo,, with Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Joyner; Mr. and Mrs. Hal McHansy and -Capl. and Mrs.; 0; E. Fowler, of KciincltvMo.; Miss Grace Ellnn- betli Walker ot. El Dorado, III, hoiiseguest of her cousin, James Guard Jr.; Miss Frances Gilliam and brother, of Sleclc, Mo.; Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Kahn, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie prmnweU, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lamar Thompson and Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. Mastersoh of Ilayll, Mo. •it!) Mr. and Mrs. I'nul Oreenwell; •fiss Riilh Craig of Os'ccola, wltli Bill AlTlick; Miss Martha Morris f Eureka Springs, Ark., guest, of Ir. and Mrs. Samuel Y. Norris. Euslish Club Formed. The Anuorel Junior High school as organizer! a Better English club ,-ith the following officers: presi tnl, Maurine Harrison; vlcc-prcs 3cut, Sam Jane Brlscmllue, anc Ecrclary, Boris Anderson. 'nmicr-Keetlcr Mr. Torid Reedcr lias announcet he mnrriage of his daughter. Hael, lo Mr. Dell Parmcr, son ol Mr. ami Mrs. A. D. Parmcr. o UsyflcM. Ky. The ceremony wai oleumlzed Sunday night by Jus e Bits oj News Mostly Personal J'il Hall, of Memphis, attended to luslness here yesterday. Mrs. J. Ncal Gescll spent yestcr- ay In Joneslxiro with her father. •Miss Kuby Ncal, who has been rltieally III following a motor ac- Ident last Friday night, is sllghlly , Mr. and Mrs. llarey N. Atxh'cws, f Whiting, Ind., are guests of Mrs. iiidrew's brother, John G 1 . Mcllan- y, and family. ( iWnltcr Koscnthal lias'" returned roin St, Louis where lie bought ncrchandisc for the New York store Ince Monday. . Mr. and Mrs, Gordon Hcrrick, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Stacy and daughter, nojj, were in Memphis 'cstcrday. Harmon Robinson attended lo usiness In Leachvlllc and ifaytl •estcrday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Fox and chil drcn are leaving today for St. Louis 0 spend the week end with Mr. und Urs. PuliI Johnson. White there hey will atlcnd the world -series. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Outlier will pend the week end at St. Louis arid attend the world scries. Mr. nud Mrs. N. M. Pratt left oclay for their home in Flint dlcli., after spending a month with Mrs. Prutt's sister. Miss Kathleen Hessie. who ha: cen 111 nt the Blytlicvlllc hosplln. or a week, has been removed lo icr home. Among those going to si, Lotii! or the tell game are: Louis Ap- ibbaum, Edgar Boriim, Riissel 'nrr, p. a. joync-r nu<l E. B. Woodson. Miss Dorolhy Evans returned (o icr home in St. Louis today after 1 visit with Mrs. Anne Stevens Poler. Miss Eunice Brogrton is ill nt her icmc on the south highway. — Hornersville Society r-r Persoiiiil N inrt Gene, shopped in Memphis Vi'dnesday, • . , Mr. ' ami Mrs! Lynn Ra|, and on, Charles, of Ocdi, tlielr f, U cst Mrs. J. N. Smith, of LOS Angeles! ,altf., were here last Friday' us lucsls of Mrs. Tom A. Ray. Mr. and Mrs, Garland Wheeler ind children, of Leachvillc were jiicsts of Mr. r».d' Mrs. Roland Juckson Sunday. Or. w. H. Murphy, and son, of .iUlc Hock, Ark., were guests at a ix o'clock dinner Saturday at tlie ionic of Mr. and Mrs. p. p. Bry- Mr. and Mrs, Ben Rose, and sdii' of Kcnnett, Mo, ami Mrs. T. P. iiose, of Hornersville^ left Thursday of last week for Springfield Tcnn., to visit relatives nnd attend 1 family reunion, an annual nf- fnlr of Ihe Rose family for flftv ycari. Mrs. Bond Price, and daughter Doitlia Ann, arc spending a wce k' at Anna, 111., with relatives of Mr 'Ice. , Paul Ray, who has a government, position at. Cape Gamrdeau, spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Ray M r - ""'I Mrs. -Enis Wilson, ol MIrtdlclon, III,, arrived last Prldav to visit the family of their mother M.r. and Mrs. Orvllle Wilson On Saturday they drove to'Pinna'.-III. o visit nhothcf brother, Wlllarc Wilson, who Is seriously 111 B. F. H'iglifiii spent the week end 15. D. Burllson ami son, Pi\l !5ur- fson, irmclc a Utislncss Ivlp to Biy- .hovillc Saturday. Mrs. Cora Bryant, of Paraeuulcl, Ark., was « guest of Mr. ami Mrs. P. P. Bryant Saturday. She was iccompauled homely her niece, Miss Cora Bryant, who will visit In Paragould lor ;i few clays. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wcllman and ions, Ray nnd Jackie", of St. Louis, iirrivetl Monday to visit, Mrs. Williams' mother, Mrs. n. E. Amler«on. mid sister, Miss Katrlna Anderson. Mis. Mtiford Sanders and tlielr _ lest, Robert Drum,_of Liitcsville, Mo., Sirs. B. P. parks, mid daughter, Helen Marie, sons. Donald, Tim' Rev. n. A. Sadler, of Stccic preached nt the first Baptis church here Sunday at the morn- Ing and evening services Miss Mary Jane Noel,' who ha a pos lion In punt, M ic h. r arrivci Saturday for a few days visit will Noel l " 1! ™ ts ' Mr> " lld Mrs - J °hi Mr and Mis. L. G. Thompson of Blythevllle, were guests of Mrs Thompson's sister, Mrs. G. E. Ken ley,, Sunday. ... Mrs, Belle Culp, Mr'., and ; Mib Bert Arnold ,and families, o Leach vllle. Ark., were gtiesti o Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Palmer Sun Mr. nhd Mrs. Oluy Bixler, of Ar byrd, were Sunday guests-of. Mrs Blxler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .w A, Perry. • Edwin cape lias entered th school of pharmacy of ihii'Univcr " y ^of Tennessee at Memphis. ' - J 5 r (|};Galncs to Memphis. Monda (.where.- he entered the Methodis 1 hospital for ah . appendectomy They were nccpmpaiiied by tli | Rev. C. N. Oaiues, and Mrs.'Rile Knight, who will nuree Lloyrl. D Cope and the Rev. Mr. Galnes re turned Tuesday. . . . Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Kirkman, Jir Cravens, Robert L. klrintm, an grandson, Wilson Kirknion, wc'i SiiesU of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kirkman, Wednesday. Approximately $10,000,000 worl of gold is contained In a tub mile of sea waler. .Ice W. P. Hale. The bride wore a skipper blue [weed swsgger suit with n corsage of pink roses. Her only attendant >vas Mrs. Lonzo Uradlay who wore in angora wool ol sen blue Mrs. Parmcr will make her home fiere for (he present, at 115 West Missouri white Mr. Parmer, who Is connected wilh llic'Sutlon shows travels during the fall season. , - c by tS* home economics de -> m $ r - " lc dlrtctlon o Annie Maude McCorvej Progrvn, Hunter Slcad a 'he work earned out ->0* Arlcanas curriculum «,m- at,P««boay co the Hospital Notes Admitted lo Hie Blj-llicvillc liasPital: Jtss Dolry, Natchez. Tcnn.; William Kowler. Holland. Mo.; p. L. Karan, Memphis, Tcnn. Whisky was believed -to be a concoction of hearts arid tongues by the Norlh American Indians because Ihey feared nothing and talked volubly after drinking , Creoantbion DpntMet t!i*fn grt a s'lrangle 2!? iSJ 1 , 1 ' ttera 'W'ekly. Creoniul- *iea «**lnes 7 'helps' In one Pow- erftrf hat harmfcss.- - Plisajant to tok«'No naroxlctr Your o*n drug*«* is, Mttiottod' to j refund jour money on. the 'spot if your cough or caU te not rellered by £k 5 v *\., - ' -Adv'l MORSE t IURSHNER FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSUKANCK DEtT. INFECTED SORES CAUSE ULOOD POISON! Not always, ol course—but n suliicient number of times lo make it n mistake lo ever leave 5T)»r fniully witlioiil. |jrotcclloii. Cross Salve, for more llian a generation, has been used with almost, miraculous siiccess in the treatment of all forms of infections—sores, burns, boils, Kkin diseases, hemorrhoids. One of Iho most powerful disinfectants known supplies the germicidnl power; a velvet smooth oil,base affords instant, soothing relief nnrt assists nature iu the quickest possible healing. Got n Jar lociny! Use it often Inul freely when (lie slightest Iroiible threatens. Sold under an honest gmmmtrg U^givo nbsolutc sntls- faclinn or money rcfiuuied. 30c anil 50c at all dealers. The Cross Salve Co., Inc., Marion. Kentucky. _ Adv . j A PURE Chilled By Frigtrtahe Safe - Sanilary I'inl - 7c Quart - IZc CRA1GS DAIRY _^ Phone 14 Now Located at Southeast earner Walnnl »ud 5«oud ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON'Ef)WARUS, Propriclor B »»k«o(rel.»HtTjpe*T)tf,s,iiddins: Slachincs and C'alcuhKn • • H»p»lnn»-P»rU—Ribbons fheui 71 Sleele-Gpotei 1 Society — Personal Mrs. A' It. Bcrtham was hostess the Jolly club with a bunco par- Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Rucl slier received high score prize, rs, T. E. Brlgtance low score, and Ts. Vclnicr Campbell bunco prize. Mrs, C. E. Miller, 'MI-S. null! Edards, and Mrs. alms Mlchie,' ac- otnpanlcd by Mrs. J. Thomas Marcy, of Carulliersvtlle, will leave unday lo attend the Grand Cliap- r of the Eastern 'Star at St. Louis cxt week. Miss Maiide Alice Bcas- y an<i Joe Mnrlon Miclile will BO Ith them aud visit their aunt, Mrs. . W. Holscomb, of St. LotiLs. Mrs. Stella Turloy and Mrs. Eu- Ice Clilldijrs, of Caj>e Girardeau re visiting friends here this week. Billie Marvel!, of Piwico, MO., Is le guest of his sLstcr, Mrs. C. E. tiller, nnii family. Newberry Johnson mid cleo Garell transaclecl business Iu Mcm- xiok I'Cporls of Japan, by Mrs. c. E, MUler and Mrs. a G. Slee|e, Jr. Holland News Notes A .surprise birthday par'ty for Clcvc McCormick was given nl> his home last Friday by ills hls Monday, Barbara Ann Ixm'ls, of Haytl, , , pent last week cud here with her ramliMrcnls, Mr. and'Mrs. C. P. [oward. Mrs. G. G. Travis and sou. Guy tewarl, are spending Ihe week in 31ytlievi!le with Mrs. Travis' mo- hcr. Mrs. Pearl Stewart, and will ilcml Ihe iveddhig of her sister, llss Marjorie Stewart, which took lace Friday moriiliig. , Miss Myrtle Barnes, of Porlagc- llle, is the guest of her-slster, Mrs. '. .H. Workman, and. Mr. Work- nan, for the week end.- Mrs. Ralph Hal) jr., of Memphis. Iniighler of.Mr. and Mrs.,W. M. :ooper, Is recuperating from an ap- icndectomy performed last; week. Mrs. Ruby ..-Hushing and : Miss Una Brooks were guests of friends n Kennett Monday. The Steels Lifters club met in he .-lobby of the Kelley hotel Tues- lay evening : for.'a dinner, followed iy;a business meeting during which Mr. Gager, «[ Memphis, guest of he; club, made) a short talk. Mr. aud Mrs. L. L. Rushiuj and daughter, Lorenc, Mrs. Minnie Brooks, and Miss Gallic Mac Duke rere guests of Mr. Rushing's sister, Mrs. washarm, at Harrlsburg, Ark., Sunday. Miss Geraldine Pitts, of sharron; Tcnn., is visiting friends in Cooler FRIDAY, OCTOBER J, I9jj4 wife and children, They erilertain- cd nearly a hundred guests. A parly anil dance honoring Odd I Kifcr, houscgucsl of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Klfer and family, was given at' the house of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Jenkins Thursday night. Miss Judith Bray returned to Memphis Sunday after spending a two weeks vacation from tlie Baptist hospital where she is in training. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Bray. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Best and two children, and Mrs. Annie Gos- sclt, of Cape Girardeau, were here for the week end as guests ot Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Best and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sullivan have returned 'after attending the funeral of Mr. Sullivan's brother; William, who died suddenly of heart trouble at his home at wickliffe, Ky. • Mrs. Oarvin Wilson and daughter and son and Mrs. Minnie Overton, of Booth's Point, Term., who is" visiting Mrs. Wilson, were din. ner guests or Mrs, Wilson's sister Mrs. Newt Hcndrlx, of Cooler, Sun- Buford'W;ThweaU Will Have Executive Position With New Ills week. Mrs. Edwards, Kathleen' \1ichic, and Ruth Lawhon shopped .11 Memphis Tuesday. Bert Stewart, of .the U. S. Wood- eoek, who Is visiting relatives in Blythcvllle, Miss-'Bobbie Lee Smith of Holland, ami M!ES Emma Sue Stewart, of Blyllujvillc, visited "riemls here Tuesday night. Jack Maiming and John parks attended to business in Memphis Thursday. A-large crowd attended the Woman's Missionary society social all day meeting at the Methodis! church Monday. Included in the program was u • complete review on day. Miss Hazel cohoon left Monday 'or-Cape Girardeau, where she attends Slate Teachers' college, after spending the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Co- lioon. After a week's visit with Mr. anc Mrs. L. P. Oaten-cod, Albert Gatewood left Tuesday for his home In St. Louis. Superintendent and Mrs. W. 1 Meyers and daughter, Dixie .Gene left Monday to visit Mrs. Meyer's IK tiler, D. E. Tarty, In Jackson, ano relatives in Zalma. While in Jackson they will attend a teachers meeting and a Melhodist conference. Mrs. Jewel Morrow, of McDougal, Ark., cnmc Saturday to spend tlie week end with relatives. Odis Monger and Emery Knlgh- len, of Sikeston. spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. L. p. Gatewood, cnroute to Alabama. plans to go into operation NOYP in - ber.l. -i . . Mr. ThweaH, first became Interested In moving pictures'wh'eh' 'I'M visited Ills nephef, R<?bin A. Las- slUr, who has. been a_camcraman' for 16 years. Mr. thw^atl" tjjs written a number of short, atprlos and-plans to produce some- of piK own work later...'He plans to devote all of his time to Uic new en-' tcrprise after having spent -15 'yeaVs Arming 788 acres of laud six miles' from Luxora. ' ' ' Biiford W. ThK-eatt, well known Luxora farmer, will leave within i«'o weeks for Hollywood, Cal. vhcre he is to be vice-president and technical director of the, Roxana Film company, recently incorporated company. , ' This company will produce (wo- reel , comedies. Other officers are: Robin A. LassiUir of Los Angeles, president and executive producer- William c, 6'Hara of Los Arigeles, secretary and ^treasurer. '' Contracls hive been signed with Arthur K. Akers, well known Author, to produce 150 of hts stories. Annette Kirby, former star of "bur Gang" corriedtes, is signed for lead- Ing roles and Walter Wecms for the -dialogue and continuity. ^Pat O'Maltey Is to be director general; Tlie coriipany has a capital stock of 7,500 .shares 'with one-half < of these sold, in Mississippi county at $10 per share. The company Tlie annual net gain in. population of "tlie world averages 30,009,000 persons. This Stops Laxative "Dread" Beciut* tetion,- bid tai(« or burr* , * fer€nc« Vjth <Ui[jrdutc>«, peobU dingtcoutly "dcUj'.T 'Fetn-i-tnlftT, th« d«u«fbtu cht^i'ng guta undre, contiining c Unt{T« ingccdiini ngu1«rl7 pirwcribef* b/ pliyiieUnj, jnrfwm ihelr wobltni; You tht *r it, thu* ih» JaKirive lRxrcdi«nt l» diitribuwd -uniformly «iviia * nori hitunt *et!on, , compl«t* &a4 p}4«*trtt. DeUcwut F*Mi-i-mint conuLi* no ttchn*M (a upset tlouuch or diet. -Del«f M ding«toui t •a today: Mfflj-, set bicie od •chednU arid *t*y thin. Chwr" Fwa-i-mfnt f«r cooitiptt , tngr«Ji«M» of ykks VipoRub in ConvefMot Cmdy Focm VICKS COUGH DROP HOTEL NOBI.B • -,' Is Now Agent -.-'-'' . For Ameriean Airlines, Inc. Call 835 For Intormallon and Kescrvallons fir. Floyd D. Howlon, Dentist Announces the opeii- o{ an office for dental pi'aclice jn the Lynch building on Soulh Broadway. MONESSEN, Pa. <UP) — Carl Langc, 24, of Belle Vernon, near here, claims the world's endurance record for successive parachute jumps. Recently, he made 21 leaps in one day, from dawn to 6:20 p.m., to crack the record of Captain Garry Garettson or Bettis Field. Lange made his jumps from a plane piloted by Harold McClintock, of McKeEsport. The nearby Allen farm was the scene of the jumps. . 666 Liquid, Tablets, Salve, Nose Drops Clincks ^fa!ilria fn 3 days, Colds first ^ay, JIeada«hes or Neuralgi» fn 30 minutes. 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