The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 10, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 10, 1934
Page 2
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(ARK.) COURIBE NEWS Social Calendar • THTTR8D AY'S EVENTS <U, D C meeting with Mrs J Vf. Bader, 2 # p m. Mrs , A Conway entcilalnliiji MW-Vrtek Bridge dub V. D. C. mettlng with Mrs. J. W. Bader. -tinge-F^T. A. meeting at •school, •- * fRIOAV'S tVEMTS Roman's club to have dance for hifh school set Mrs Wabcer H Baker nnd Mrs. W,. D Chamblln having bridge luncheon at Chamblln home. "' -SATURDAY'S EVENTS phildreii of Confederacy meeting-with Mks Nina. Barnes, 2;30 ObMtrn Birthdiy Anniversary. f;The Woman's Missionary society 4t the Fiwl Christian ctiurch met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs L. L Ward for a program in (Slebration of the group's 60lh birthday. ^Mrs. Edith McCooJ conducted the .business session tn which the M6- t^er Ross group presented three. ; new members. Highlights of tin opmenllon city were given by Mrs. George W. Barham. ^A candle lighting ceremony, in Honor of the pioneer women of 1871, the women of 1934 wlio have added thtlr lives and Joined with them to this adventurous task, nnd the future women «ho will carry on, was given by Mrs McCool, Mrs,' John o. McHancy and hits.. Gordon Evrard This nas followed by a 4«et "Lead On, o King Eternal," by Mrs McHaney and Miss I«-(in. -?fA playlet "Aunt Martha Van jWinkle Wakes Up," was given by Mrs M Fitzslmmons, Mrs. Olllc Ristcr and Miss Mnrtha Lee nail. In this playlet it was recalled Hint •in 1874, 575 women met in a convention lo organise the Christian missionary work anil how that now the society has more than 4000 members. * Tea »as sencd In the dining room where a large birthday cake, on lavender and \\htle, the society's colors, was lighted with 60 cnndtes. Mrs wsrd and Mrs Edwin Robinson poured tea' and Mrs. McCool out the cake. iMrs V. E BUUenorlh. wife of the new pastor, who has jitst arrived from El Centra Cal , -A-as formally welcomed at this time. Slio *as presented » ] a ,ender and white corsage, " . Announcement has been made "of the marriage of Miss Geneva Wesson and Andy Bcvill, both of Blytheville, which occurred September az Justice O. W. Potter performed the ceremony. *^ i • » « Cratls-Mfchwbs. «The mamagc of Miss Corrtio Mlchaells and Alglc Cralts. both of <nis city, nas solemnized September 24 ftith the Rev J R. shop- J»rd officiating. ' ~ ian Women At lend Chnrch Mettinjt -_Mmes B R Alien, B. J. Allen R S Melt, D C. McLean, Leslie Hooper, Bt«art H Salmon, Raw Stevens, W H. Easley, T. J. Ma- gftn, Zal B Harrison and James a. Clark attended a meeting of group 4 of Arkansas Prabytei !ul at Uie Second Presbyterian church 01 Jonesboro - M " * W. McCrary of Lonoke, president oj Presbyterial, nnd Mrs ™ *• Draper of Forrest City] Synodical secretary of home mission*,, were among the Important. speakers on the all day program. • Circles Hive Mwlfnjs Monday /The first, three circles of the wo- man's auxiliary in the First. Presbyterian church met Monday af- Icrnoon wlill the Business women's group had an.evening meeting. In all of Hie groups (lie Blbta sludy was taken from Mark, in circle l, wlilch met wltli Mrs. Ross Stevens with seven members tmd two guests present, Mrs. Tioy Walton gnve Hie lesson. Tliere wns a program on "Home Missions Crusaders," Mrs. W. C. Gates entertained 10 members mid two guests lit the meeting of circle 2. Mrs. o. M. Gray gave the Ulbtc lesson. In circle 3, ivlilch met nt thc home of Mrs. H. H. Allen when Mrs. D. C. McLean was also hostess. Mrs. McLetm taught, the Hible study on the theme "Scriptural Reasons for Home Missions." Circle 4 had nine members nnd four visitors present In a meeting at thc home of Mrs. Alice Wo- niBck. The Bible study was given by Mrs. Stuart H. Salmon. Son Kuril A son wns born today at the Blytlicvllle liosnltul to Mr. ami s Mrs. Abe KInnlngluim. The baby weighs seven and three fourths pounds. • * * Dukc-Hamms. Miss Eugenia Damms, of Detroit, and W. M. Duke, of west Helena, Ark., were united in marriage IB a ceremony performed by tlio H«v W. V. Womack, pastor of- the First Methodist -church, on September 27, Gulla lias MeelhiK. The pulld of thc First Christian church, made up of young women In the church, observed the C0lh birthday of the Woman's Missionary society with a nice-ling last evening nt the home or Mrs J Cecil Lowe. The group's colors, lavender nnd yellow, were used In decoration and in the large birthday cake topped with candles. j n the service Mrs. Lowe was toast mistress. Mrs Marshall Camcroh gave a toast I 0 the past, Miss Lcla Beck to tlie>:! and Miss Jcsslo Srltc lo Ihc future. A playlet, which portrayed the work since the proup was organ- Ized with 575 members and which now has niore than 4,000, wns given with Mrs. jr. FUzshnmons arid "Ira. Olllc Poster and sites Martini Hall as characters. Mrs. Clifford joyncr was leader of the devotional .with the theme 'Greater Things Than 1 Me" given for the 14,.present. Three new members, Mrs. Joe Walson, Mrs Wrest--Delktalo mid .'Miss Minnie 1 8 1 4S°-*?OKJS presented. A^n Ice course" was served. Woman's Club In Sponsor Dance, The Woman's club, with Mrs. Ed..n Robinson as finance chairman will .sponsor'n dance at the chib Friday evening, Immediately' following the football £ an,e. The nf- fair is uclng planned in sneclni compliment, to the liigh school set Harold stidbury and his orchestra "'ill furnish the music and refreshments will be served. To Servo Dinner. Tlie Missionary society of the Lone p»k: Baptist, church will serve dinner Saturday in the Atkins building, next lo (lie Mead cloth- Ing company. Proceeds from'the 35 cents to be charged will be used for the church. "as Club. Mrs. walker H. Baker was guest ol-Mrs. M. A. Isaacs when she liiul the Tuesday Bridge club this week. Lunch was served at the dining tjible attractively arranged with a low bowl of pink roses for the centerpiece. In the card games « RARE BARGAINS IN HOMES 512 N. First —3 bed room white stucco $1750 — $200 cash and $16 month. Possession now. 201 E. Missouri — 3 bed room white stucco $1800 — $200 cash and $16 month. Possession now. 102 E. Kentucky —7 room cottage hardwood floors beautiful grounds Price $2750 —small cash payment, $25 month. ' 3~pretty cottages in Pride Addition 2 lots with each house. Price §550— Each, $100 cash, $10-month. ,Near High School —6 room buiiga- low. $1500. Easy terms. 1-2-block of High School 5 room cottage with bath $650. THOMAS LAND CO. Celloiilmne embroiders ihls youthful evening BOWII of rayon net. The low placed fulness of the skirl gives a much desired sh'iulcrb'.lng effect, Thc gown features (he wiiiare neck line and wide shoulder straps. set went fj Mrs, Hunter C. Sims for the prize. Steamer Capitol Coming to Caruthersvilie Oct. 19 The bis stcunvhccl steamer 'Cnpitoli" now ,ei)ronle down ,llie Mississippi fro'm St. Paul, will stop, at Cnrutlicrsvlllc IMday, October 10, Tor a dance excursion under thc auspices of Pcmlscot county Post No. 88, American Legion. The Cnpitol is the largest stern- wheel pnsscnger slcnmcr on the Mississippi, us clancc iloov, 200 leet, 'one mirt 40 feet wide, is steam tented, nnd the entire steamer lias been glass enclosed. Gaptnln Roy Strcckfus Is master- of the Capitol,-Sidney's'Mississippi Serennrleis, an n-picce novelty ilani-c band, will piny. This will be thb last excursion nils season. Leaving Caruthersvilie Jt 8:30 p. m ., ti lc capitol will return at midnight. Bits oj Mosily 1 Personal Mrs, Edna Lewis, of Henderson Tenn., Mrs. L. II. Shay, of Mleola Mo., and Miss Mabel McKay were In St. Louis over the weck-ciK for ihc ball game. While there they visited Mrs. Olllc Long, sU- '•(r of Miss McKay. Mr. and Mrs. W. Dean McClur- kln arc ntteiullng lo business li Little Uoek today. Mrs. E. M. Terry and Mrs. Edwii Robinson arc visiting in Jackson Tcnn., for a few days, Harmon Robinson Is intending to business In Memphis today. •• ••••. J. Cecil Lowe Is attending to business In Memphis today. Mrs. C. M. Buck and daughter Miss Jane, will jfetnni tonight, froir two days stay In Memphis. Mrs. ROSS D. Hughes nml'Mvs Walker H. linker have goiic to Memphis today to meet Mis otto Kochlikky, formerly of. here and now of Columbus, Miss., who will spend several days as the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Elton w. Klrby spent yesterday in Jackson, Tenn Mrs. Philip Peinberg, of cape ol- rardean, Mo., nrrlved yesterday for a brief-stay with her parents Miami Mrs. Wnlf Arlan. . Mrs. George Black Is a patient nt the Memphis Baptist hospital. Read Courier News Want; Ads. WEDNESDAY, • OCTOBER 10, 1934 Osceola Society —- Personal AnnomiCBincnt is made today of ip marriage of Mrs. Patricia ivy of Oscooln unrt Mr. David Dlxon Uo Jr. of Memphis. The wedding was solemnized the evening of October 2, at Porlagcville, Mo,, at the home of the Rev, W. p. Powell, pallor of Ihc Hapllst church at that place, who ollicintcd, '['he couple was accompanied by Miss Wanccs Lee und Mr. lluddy LaFVml, both of Memphis. Thc bride Is His daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. L.'Murphy of l«imbert.. Miss. She attended school at Gulf Park College. Gulf- jjort, Miss., llaltlcsburg Woman's college, and State Teachers college at Halllesburg, Miss. For several years she has made her home In Osceola where she is a popular member of Die young married group. Mr. Lcc is [he son of Mr, and Mrs. nnvid nix on i/cc of Memphis. He Is a graduate of the University of Tennessee and a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity. He is alto a charter member of the Memphis University club and belonged lo the Yulclldc, Revelers of Memphis, lie is employed with the u. S. Engineers, engaged in revetment work on the Mississippi river. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lee will make their home In Osceola. A memorial service for members of tlie Order of Eastern Star for tlie Fifteenth district who have passed away tlinlng the , past year will be- held at jonesboro Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Prances Bogan of Luxorn deputy grand lecturer for the district, is in charge of the service which will be held at, 3 p.m. nt the First Methodist church of Jones- an, f s di s u kc( i by c! ,, s bt , c . u|si , their fur doesn't contain any oil and so becomes clogged and uncomfortable when wet Dr. Floyd D. Howton, Dentist Announces ihe open- of nn office for dental practice in the Lyncli building on South Broadway. Believe All You Hear About PEDWINS! QC pntir'all iround scnuine '• value aijji style ( l«»der»hip make every m«n want lo leil liis | fri " dt ab ° Ul P£ P WIN S. Dollar For dollar ; lney lead the field in long/,com(orlaWe, iJtylisfi service. The FAMOUS AI'l't,KHAUM FT, Every 'Day at llic Conner News COOKING SCHOOL VALUABLE GIFTS MARKET BASKETS COMING NEXT WEEK OCT. Hi-17-IS-1!) Cil.v Hall AiHliiorii'ini Admission Free Wro, unit will bi> attended by iijcni- >crs of the order from ull over the district. Departed members whom thc service will memorial Sue are John .J. Cowan and Dr. O. Ilovvtou oj Luxora; Mrs. Eflie Jcrnigan, Lcpanto; Mrs, Jennie Cro«', Jonesboro; 'Mrs. Delia Moore, Wynne; Miss Bcttie Veve Welcome, Monctte; K. M. Howard, Leachville and Mm. Rr- beccii Stranee o[ Camclen, N. J., who was grand rcpresenlallre for Arki*isas In New Jersey. Singing Convention Will Meet at Morris Chapel The Mississippi County Sinning Convention will have a meeting ill Morris Gliapcl. 5 mile.^ west of Oseeola on Highway 40, on Sun d.'iy, according lo . announcement hy H. Cooper. Ekron News Notes Women of the Ekron club will have a pie supper Thursday cvc '' nlng when thp quilt, made by cSb' f members, will be e tvc n nwa / ctut) ; Everyone is invited to aUc iid. -; Read Courier. News Wani ftds - J. A. S A LIB A, M. I)., M. E., PH. G, ••••'iSYE/EAli, NOSK ynd THROAT GLASSES FITTED Hooin 210,-Ingrain Bldg. Residence Phone -IK) Corner Main & First Office Phone <M8 SPECIAL VALUES MATTRESSES SPRINGS-BEDS Mn. Post Iron Beds $3.95 IMMHH " HB<B ^^ HHB ^^^ HH| V E BBB^^^BH^BVHHl^^|^flHi Mattresses so ib cotton $5.95 SEALY INNER SPRING Mnm <r«nc,n arniNU $** m rn «* • rA ^ **ir MATTRESSIS $ 34 50 -24 50 -19 75 Rome SLUMBERON MATTRESSES Specially Priced Double Blankets 2 5 " to T 5 Comforts Coil Springs, folding $2.25 Coil Springs B ir e $2.95 Coil Springs on *™* '^»; $5,75 "S'CoilSprings S $7.90 Deluxe Spring See it before buying You will want a Stove or Range. Do not fail to seeourline. They are selling. Bed Room Suites and Living Room Suites at prices that will meet your views. See them^ as well as any other items in the furniture line S. LEMONS Good Furniture Moderately Priced

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