The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 8, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 8, 1934
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(ARK.) COUE1BR NEWS s Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EV£NTB Mrs., M. A Uaacs htuliif Tuesday Bridge" club. Young Mafrozis'Bridgc eluu nice;- i(>g with Mrs, Mi|\ B Reid ; High School P. T. A., meeting at school auditorium, 3:30 P. M. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and Mrs. W. Junior High P-T. A. executive T. Bimiell. nccompanicd by Mrs. Ixwrd: meeting 2:30 p.m., followed Tom McOarrity, of Osceola, spent Sargent and by general , 3:30 p.m. Friday In , . .. society of Church of Im- visited Mrs. A. E. argen an ,ni»culate Conception having Bin- infant son, nouns 1 Joe, bom Wod- go- party »i social hall. P, E. O. having luncheon mccl- ins at home of Mis. Chester K, Bsbcock. Sirs. James H. Boll entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. THURSUATS EVENTS U. D. C. meeting with Mrs. J. W. Badcr, 2:30 p. m. Mrs. A. . Comvay entertaining Mld-Week Bridge club U. D. 0. meeting wllh Mrs. J. W. Barter. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Children of Confederacy '••• meeting will) Miss Nina Barnes,. '2:30 p.m. nesctay at tlic Baptist hospital. He weighs eight pounds. Befoie her marriage Mrs. .Sargent was Miss Helen Lowe who taughl music In this city. Mr. and Mi's. Gordon Lee and son, Stuart, of Cleveland; O., a,re guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney L. Banister. : Mr. and Mrs. Cialncs Rhodes and Mr. and Mrs. l>. A. Rhodes returned to Ihch- homes »l Bcebo Sun- (/'In!) Entertained. *' Mrs. Cecil Shane entertained Ihe Mid- Week Bridge club Thuisd.iy when Mines. A.'B. Falrflcld,- Fahis- worjh Black and C. 11 Wlfioy were also guests 'Two small: : tables were UP- rdnged In. ,' r ll)c . Hying room lor the tivo-cotirse . luncheon which preceded Ihc card gnmc Mrs M. O, Usrej won a folding tiny for club, prize and Ihu guest award, cards, went to Mrs. Black. Has. Rook dull. Mflics. M. Q. Cioodwln, >A. M. Bull, Hciman Cioss, T H. Ifnjnes and John Fwitlierston were 'guests of Mrs. S.' P. Martin when she •entertained the Thursday : Rook club. The 10 piesent had a x sdlurt course at the conclusion of the games Woman's Club To .Serve U. D. C. Ulnnrr. In a call iheet|«B o[ (lie Woman's dub jeiteixlay, at ilic homo of Mrs. A. M." Butt, It was decided to sens dhmcr to the U. D C members who attend the annual convention hcic October The club will td a luncheon in honoi or the visitors Seven new members were voted upon, •-•(fSjFflttor'ljclng. called here to at- lci|(l the funeral yoi (heir "tmclc, f T. Rhodes.:-. Mr. a.nd - Mrs.'"J9mes McGralh, of. Lincoln'. III., left, today after a brief stay with Mr. aim Mrs. A G. Little. ./' ' Miss Hiiby Meal, who hns IIECIV 23, 24 and 25 also be hostess Democratic Women's Club' Hear Juijc Cunningham plained the workings of the Dem- ""«-,;i, u m ov. JL, ocratic 'central' conimlltee,' from Wralght's parents. the county gicup to that of Ihe slate, hi a meeting of he Dem- ...,,; lu> ule , r n llcsts ocratfc Womsn's club at th? Hotel brothers, L H Wiso NrtVlTo liVlrln,, T.- !.,_ . ... . - .... . WJiH. Bits oj Mostly Personal critically ill at. the lilytlicvlile hospital fo_Uov,'liig a.-motor nccIEeiit Icn clays ago. when both hlns \vere fractured aii(l the pelvic bone fractured, Ist.fcoltcr today. J. A; 'Pulrick spent yesterday In Memphis. Ira Crawford rclurncd last night from n brief visit In Little nock. Mr. and Mrs. Charles U Outer are expected to return tomorrow from Detroit, Mich., where they arc visiting Mr. Ozlcr's brother and attending the world' series. Misses Ruth Goodman ai(d Gladys Hood .who spent, 1'nst week visiting Miss ''Elflc Melissa Moore havo returned' to their home hi RIplcy, Tcnn. Biddy Moore and Ancil Montgomery of Kciser ball game "t St. day. Misses Ruth, and Nell Williams have returned to Memphis utter spending the week-end with Iheir parents, Mr. and Mrs. /O. s Williams. Ted Eising, of Helena. s|icnt Sunday hero as tlic guest of Miss Bernice Reed. Mrs. R. A. Eadcs, who has been III for Ihc past monlli, is now Improved. IWrsf Margaret Barrett and Miss- Mary .Louise Griffin returned today noon from St. Louis whore they attended the ball game Mr. and Mrs. Thomas attended the Louis ycslcr- ers will i, c Mews."'Joe- Hansom Cultom jr. S, caswell Brandon it.. J. fc. .Morgan and R. E. Lang- Folfowlng lite ccrewofiy Mr. and Mrs Ftazler will entertain wllh a bu/fct supper for the bridal par, ty and out of towirguests Do Fall and his bride will leave later In the evening for gt. Louis and foiva City, Iowa. For trjwel- Ing she will wear a "basket weave blue suit with blue accessories. - » f o--•..., ( ....« ..i.u. * liUUKIO IVlUlXill Judge o A Cunningham ex- and daughter, Sarah, spjnt the iM'azicr-McFall Nuptials ' To Be Celeliratecl Tonight WILSON, Ark.—The marriage of Miss Mildred Bllzabclh Prazler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Howard Frazler, and Dr. James Randolph Fall, of West Memphis, son of Mrs. Arthur E. Howard, of McOlynn, Ore., will be sol- cninlxcd "at 1 o'clock toniglit at the Methodist church pf Wilson. Tlic ceremony will be said by the Rev. H. M. Lewis. The chancer of the church will be banked with palms, ferns, autumn leaves and Ivory floor candelabra holding lighted tapers. The aisle leading to the allar will be Illuminated by tall Ivory Inpcrs In cathedral candelabra joined by satin streamers. Preceding Hie service "At Diuvn- lug" and "Because" will be sung by Mr. Williiim Fruitier, brother of (lie bride. Mrs. J. II. Grain will sing "1 Love You Tjuly" ,-ind "Oh Promise Me." Miss Mary Symonds play the wedding marches and "To a Wild Rose" by Mc- novvetl during the ceremony. Mies Frazler, who will be given In marriage by her father, will wear a Larvlu gown of ivory satin .fashioned In the new Empire design wltfi high neckline and long sleeves extending l« the wrist in Gallri Lily points. The skirt of the gown Is fashioned along classic ,lines, failing into a fan .shaped train. Her two-tiered veil of Illusion hnd rose poiirt lace is fashioned in n Juliette cap design bordered . with seed jrearls and caught at Ihe back wllh nrnnge blossnis. Her flowers will )x> a shower bouquet of white gladioia, roses, and tube roses. Mrs. Hiley B. Jones of Blythe- vllle, matron of honor, will wear a gown of. Burgundy wine crys-- telle velvet fashioned along princess lines with a dcmi-traln. She will carry a bouquet of bronze, ihrysanthemums. Miss Jeanetta Phillips and Miss Hiixlne Wallace, bridesmaids, wilt vear gowns of Bishop purple crys- clle ('civet fashioned along Grecian lines • and will carry yellow chrysanthemums, Miss Jcane Davis Fruzlcr, sister, of tiie bride ,wili be the junior bridesmaid. She will weor a mqrfel )f gold icorded crepe and carry a bouquet', of mixed flowers. Mr. Georec Full of Clarksdiilc, Miss., will altend his brother us best man. Dr. James W. nodlcy of Memphis and Mr. Howard Frailer will be groomsmen. The ush- Osceola Society — Personal The annual week of prayer foi home missions will be observed by members of the Baptist Womens Missionary society with meeting!, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs, Ida Tucker "will lead Ihe devotional service at Monday afternoon's meeting at the home of Mrs. C. c. Howcn; Mrs. Bowen will lead Tuesday aftemon when the meeting will be held at the honjc of Mrs. I. S: Burton und Mrs. W. P. Hale will lead the service Wednesday evening at the church. Wilson .Society — Personal :iqld higl; .score, Mrs, Dixie Craw-" lord, of Blylhevllle, second high, find .Miss Maxine Wallace received, consolation. Miss Frazier was presented lingerie as'a gift. Miss Jeanettc Phillips enterlain- cd twenty-four guests at a bridge party at the Tcachcragc Wednesday night in honor of Miss Mildred Frazier, whose marriage to Dr. James Fall, of West Memphis, will be solemnized tonight. A color scheme of • white and yellow was carried out In decorations, tallies, and refreshments. Favors were miniature wedding bslls. Prizes were Miss Ilpiton Goodlo? and Mrs. Joe R. Cuilum, Jr. Miss Frazier was presented with n linen bridge set. ' ' Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd v. Wise BUests Mrs. Wise's and n. H . have as , . he Wise, and P K Man s of l I ' ° f Ol "' Noble Friday. In his talk ... .,„.. gave a rcpoil of Ihc iccent state cago. meeting at Hot Spnngs Another meeting will be held in I No\ when anothci phase oil Rcaa Courier News -svuut, Ada democratic pi maples will be dis- " cussed bj a visiting speaker Mi> Llojd V Witc presided In Ihe buiincit session MM Jnmes B. Clark, district chairman, '-Mmcs Wise, S S Slernberg, Rolnnd Green and & G Caudlll will at- Icnd the'district meeting at Au- gusftt licit Fiiday 1 Mrs S S Slemberg, treasurer, giUc her report Keiser News Notes R H Robinson, W M Tajlor, 13r J T. Polk, Bobby Jones of Kelser, and otto Kuchlcr of Dell left Kelser Saturday - afternoon to Is This Too Good For Your Cough? Crco/imlslon may be » teller help limn you nucd. it coml;ij].'i- seven helps in one. H is nm ( i c for quick relief, for safely. Mild coughs often yield lo Icsse game at St Louts attend the Sunday. Abe Brock, Kelser cnraiterback, who sufleied a broken collar bone Ja the game against Luvora Friday Is getting along nicely Orls Childs attended to business In Bljtlieville Saturday morning. 'Ihe Keisor Drum Coin*, composed of Uelve guts, led by Drum Mjjbr Louise Moore, paraded down Hale a\enue in Osceola 1-rulay aflcrnooH after Ihc gamt In Uux- ora The cntir= leatn .ind many Kefser supporters followed In cars. EASES ACHES »m> or cw«UInr Btonack. > wrn tttmlp. Btlnw welcomj . CotrecUy blende.! Joroiila. LIQUID or TABLETS helps. ol ,e cnn tcn No onc Boy Sconts of Troop 37 Spend Weekend Away Members pf Boy Seoul Troop J1 returned ; last night from a week-end spcjit, at the StiiMjs home in Blodgell, Mo., where they merged with the nioilgett scouts for n day's hiking Saturday and for Sunday school Sunday. They were accompanied by tlie scout muster, Chiirlcs A. Slubljs. Uoys making Uie trip were' Hardy Gray, Glejr Martin, Irvii!" Osborne. James Crltz, liaymond Bickerstuir. Muck Elder, Marvin Niinn, James Barnes and Charles Bright. The troop committee, which sponsored the Irip, is made up ol R. P. Klrelmcr, J. L. Guard, Byron Morse and p. c. Douglas. Hospital Notes Admitted:',,Mrs. Murray Uunlrjl city; 'Mrs. B. 'A. Skinner, Manilu, G. A. Thompson, Luxora; .lack Crawford, city. Dismissed: Mrs. J. W, Walker, Deering; p. Karon, Memphis. Miss Mildred . Frazier, brU|c-clcct, was guest of honor when Mrs. Riley. B: Jones, of BlylhevUic, entertained twenty guests at bridge Saturday night, at the home of her mother,"Mrs. Walter Card. The bridal motif was carried out in the tallies and favors of wedding rings, with miniature cuplds out! golden slippers used in the decorations. At the close of the five pro- gresslonp Mim IHoJton Goodie Dull Headaches Gone Simple Remedy Does It .Hendaclics caused, by.cousttpiilion ;are yonp after one.dose of, : :Adler- Ika. .This cleans poisons ' but' of BOTH upper and lower tioivels. Ends bad slecpi nervousness. City Drug Store und Kirby. Bros. Drug Company. —Adv. L-l TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY WANTED TO BUY WILL pay cash for '30 or '31 CAR. Ford preferred. D G. GRACEY, Sandy Ridge. 8p FOR RENT FURNISHED apartment. 1030 W Walnut. Mrs.-Baylies. Call alter 6 !>•'"• . 8-ck-ti Women Prefer This Laxstive N<«din B Iititiv** more often, women icr aiiKl«us, [h'ft clien-inc; : »««riw..Ie dfitiifauits iu Ui-iUv* iiigKy by clicwmg, more uniformly into die jyJlfm, ihui Riving A mote nnur»l iJi'd complete «tii>B ifui is noi hitJh on.dfHcat* .ory\m. Delicious Feen-i-Riint comalri* * t'isiuvc in- Ktedicnt rc*uUIy pirstnbtd b/ phj-weiins- It containi no ijdincwi to upict itomacn 01 ditt. Delay ia d*ii S !rou s . Tot^ay gcc back on *ehcdu\e «nd 3tsy thete. Chew nort h forming F*en>j-min( tot consiipiuon. I. E. lull h Speaker at . County Epworth Meeting L. K. lull, of Blydicvllte a former African missionary, praised Ihe youth of today in an address before the County Young People's Union of the MethqSist church at their monthly meeting In Osceola Sunday afternoon. The main business of the meeting was the installation of offj- ccrs, Miss Nora Pace of Osceola replacing DHLs Raush or Blythe- I'JIle as president, there were 56 present, Manila, Blylhevillc Lake Street, BlyUieville First church, and Osceola leagues being represented. The league at Promised Land was tnkcn into the union. "No task offers more posslbili- MONDAY, -.OCTOBER , g,' lies fhan JrndciBlilp in youne IKO-' pies' work," said Rev. Tuli. "The younger'.generation is not going to the dogs. No similar group ever had more opportunities." The Young Peof/R,' Union pre- t-entcd a t|c to otlis Rausli, oul- goliig president; in appreciation of his work. Miss Almeda Berry of Manila was Installed us the new secretary and Miss Alma . jvlaloney of Bly- IhcvilJe Lake Street chureli as Ireasurcr. »" h ' 5 me.»ls it the dinner table- as Morse.i' 1 fills Teddy's bowl 'with" Mw places a spoon at Ite table ' Parrot Uses Spoon at Table to Eat Food HUDSON, Mass. (UP)—Alvali M. 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