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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 13, 1934
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BLYTHSVILLB, (ARK.) COUREBB NEWS TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 193-1 •"••i-;. Social Calendar *•* -".. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Clarence Vollmer havinrj, Wednesday Bridge club'. ; ••Pageant at First Bapllst churdi, \:3t> p.m. .iiBlMe eludy of Church of Christ meeting Vllh Mrs. Herman Sp'.ctr at'. Luxcr'a. ..Junior,High P. T. A. meeting i»l IHp. in.-. -:>. THURSDAY'S EVENTS •>»TAu'rid'ay Contract club meeting whh Mrs. O. E.-Kick. ! -Mrs. C. W. Afllick having Tinirs- Uay Luncheon club. "••Yarbro Woman's Missionary society meeting with Mrs, Co:a Berry. Mrs. A. B.. Fairfield entertaining Mid-Week-Bridge club. ' ,- JHUDAY'S LvENTS »jMrs. J. H. Elkias I'ntartalnlns Thursday Bridge club at 2 ».m. ...Hy-Shy-Ny Sunclny school class .ofithe First-Baptist church mccl- .ing; with Mrs. C. P. -nicker. I held Uie last meetings of Ihc church, which nxls April 1, Monday afternoon nnd evening. Mrs. D-. n. Allen, chairman of circle 1, entertained her group when 5Cvn HKMiibcis gucsUi, Mis. \v. w. inul two I3onltiel[l ul Mrs. W. H. Act;\ms r nlter.dttl. Mr.s. En T. Mo/iison led thi' lilblc. Mexico was studied mfovmnlly. Okemah, Okl:i., and Circle 2, Mrs, W. chairman, met with. A. Mrs. Fral Sandefur will) .Mro. n. c. Holder also chairman. Mr.s Oray led ihc bible study and the wu program on Mexico was used. Mrs. L. S. Urlseoe i-nlerlnlncd circle 3 ot which Mrs. B. K. Vail is chairman. Mis. James B. Clark | gave the proBiam anil Mrs. 1,/esHi; Miss. 'Ruth I'Whilworlh 'Bo Wed R. C, Joyncr Jr. ••'•ifr. und' Mils. Jose Envin Whit- Vbflh announce the engagement 7>I~t)ieir daughter, Etulh, to Mr. Roberl Clifford Joyner jr.; ot Un- Finger Tip Beauty Hints Biis of Nttis Mostly Personal undcrgo an ojieratioii within a low- days following the arising ol new developments, Mr. and Mrs. A. a. Aitken and j lamily hiivt moved to Hlp'.ey. Tenn., ; after having resided here for" a '• number o( years. l\f, c ">'- iTeiuu, nnd Blythcville. The' \vcdlug wll be solemnized at five o'clock in the afternoon, Sim- 'diy'; April ru-sl, at the First 'Methodist church, with the Rev. _W;:V,,Wopwck reading tht service. 'Only mcmbeis of the families and ,} most. inllmute frtci\cis will 'aU'end the wedding. •• Miss Whltworth was, a-.itslnr.d- ijlgj In scholastic affairs of the 4ilV higl.. school before her graduation nnd has also received mim- _erous other popularity honois, j4ynipng these wns winner of a .popularity contest among girls of Mississippi county, Ark., and .-southeast Missouri which gave her aiVrip through tho west. "Mr...'Joyncr, who is the son ot .Mtt and Mrs. Robert Clifford Joyner of Union City, received his 'later education at the University .'of'-VTenneisec Junior college at .Majtin, .Tcnn. He is- now loc;il jsalesni&n for the Reynolds pack.- |lng company., having come: lien; tJrom? Union' City, ,lust .'fall. . '. ( '»;•.»••• •'•••._•• V f ;Miss Margaret'Youny i ohn P'.Peques has been made W the bible study for the ten numbers present. The Buslm-ss Women's circle, Miss Louise Cram- chairman, met 'Mrs. W. C. LcgRcll lust evening.. Tlie nine present heard Mrs. J Neal Ooscll give the Wljlc .study. iU"-Ircshmenls were, served in all of die iiimlnus. liuby Nell Ogle had as her um'sts ait eventni; fo,- a supper pnrly and a movie, Minnie Lee I/egget[," Dorothy jean rosier. Uella Fay Sykes anu Betty Procior. in celebration of hir 13lh birthday. Alter supper uc girls 'went to the lilti! t:ie,Uer where they saw "BoA'i-o" and Hie children mnsi- of I request Jmony was solemnized at the home jOf the Rev. Stuart H. Salman, pus- jtor of Ihs Firs', Presbyterian church. (Saturday evening. ' The bside wore 'a monotone Heckled tweed swagger suit wil'.i blue 'accessories. { The young couple wus acconipan- jied by Miss Virginia Din-ton and )B. J. McOce, oi OwcDla. Robert jPecmes, brother of the bridegroom, Jwio li-.vs in Memphis, and Miss iRuth. Jenkins, • lilrs. PeqiiM. who Is the daughter Jof^Mr. and Mrs. D. E.--;Yaung of. ( Osipcola, graduated trom the high •school there last year. Among the JUoftors received when a studein was Jbcfrg chosen as cninivar queen in >he»- senior year. ' ' t Mr. Peques and his bride have Jgotfe to Memphis where they will jsnaie their Home. The bridegroom •is (connected with the Caterpillar • 'Trjclor company llierc. it ... &R«ption Given For •Thj; Rev. II. U Martin | TJW Rev. H. L. Marlin, pastor pf =. the I-'irst Baptist church at 6enatobia, Miss., who was recent}y Extended n call to the pastor<»!<$. of the first Baptist church, jwwthe guest of honor al an iu- Joifial reception given by the con- ferekalion of the church last cvc- nh%. [• 'Biere were loo members who jnofc the Rev. Mr. Martin, who hns Ilie haslcss l s Ihc- diuigJHer Mr. und Mrs. Harry Ogle. Davis-Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Wils Davis, lorm- erly of here and now of Memphis, announce .the engagement of their daughter. Murjorle. lo Mr. William Taylor, sun of Mrs. Cinulllc laylor. of Memphis. Miss, Ua, vis attended ern University at Memphis und later attended the University of Arkansas where she was n pledge lu Chi Omega sovorlty. -Mr. Tnylor was graduated Irom Southwestern whore In; wns member of Kappa Sigma frater- i lily. The wedding will take place the early part of May. Armcirl 101H Or.iili- Elci'ts Clnss Ollii-tiH. Piullf Harrison was ejected pre; idem oi tho Annoix-l 10th giado class ,lor 1(134 In n meeting- sponsored by .M'isx-Bo!i Williams. Oth- \7lliip'Vrc:( Sutherland,' secretarj and treasurer; Elsie Morrison, pact; M.IXIIIC llcnson, hlstorlnn; Myrtls Harrison, propr.ot; Alma Kiilhryn Hill, reporter. Tim class .selected their molto as: "We bnlM llu: ladder by whii-h we lise." C!:iss color. Old Rose nnd Sil- jr. Class flowers, pink roses. C. V. Kcbaiifih has relumed Irom a biHlncss irlp lo Jcllcrson Clly, Mo, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mcl-Mrlaixl ami daiiehtcr, Miss Grace, and Miss Ji.ui t-'lslier spent Sunday in Par- aaouM with the Hcv. and Mrs. E Z. Ni-wsom. Mis. Marcus Ei-rard is convalej;- ii:ij at!<-r having sprained her an- k;. 1 several days ago. Mrs. William T. Hollis, of J,ilUc Hock, ii-liiriii-d to Memphis last iu,;ri al'.cr spemlln t'tlie weekend v.iih Mis?cs Marguerite and Caro-' l)n 1'rKle. jr.? p. Pride Jr., of Memphis,' tj>.--m Hie weekend at home. ! Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Frluius and so r.wcnl lo Brownsville. Tenn., 10- d;iy to spend two days with the Id','. Alfred S. Harwell and family. Mi-s. Kiuma Evans, who has been [!::<• :;::ot ol l:er sister. Mrs. J, E. lUviOHX ami ianiily (or several days, is leaving today for hsr home ,U WCit HC'lcim, Ark. Ur. iiii:l Mrs. t'.iiil ori-enwcll have LS '.licir B'lest Mr. OrecnweU's tali: r of llayti, Mo., who will be here .c-\u| days. Min.i Kdna Sinimernian relumed 11 in-r home In Para&ouid ycslcr- fi:iy Lilier fc])C-ndhiE the week horc. Slit 1 '.uii a member of the faculty oi the B. Y. !'. U. training sciioa! i,i the Flrsl Baptist ehurtrli. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Blomeycr had a.s ihelr guests Sunday Dr .and Mrs. O. C. Bishop and Mr. an;i Mrs. l-'ral Blomcyor and daiiBhlcr, of Cainihcrsvlllc, Mo. Hayti Society — Personal end In U-acftvlllc with Mr. siiiini'y- Iclt's parc-iils. Mr. and Mre. Kendall })?ny and sen, Alan, spent the we.-'kp-id i:i 1'rentlss, MIJS. Mrs. Llssie Co:per of .\l<-:iiphi=. j Mrs. Sam Head o! BlythevML', and Mr. and Mrs. George Golden o'. Black Onk were hosisc BIAS'S of M: 1 and Mrs. Harry Golden iho past week. Tho Senior IcuyUi 1 of the Manila Methodist chnrcii prewnlc;! the pi- gc-anl, "Tiie Oale Beautiful/'< at Monette Kundiiy evening. Miss Caroline Mqsltv si:;-nt }',K wec^k end lu niytl-.evllle'as (fie gifei Mr. ami Mrs. Osiatr Miller are the pairaU of :i daughter, born <• of her Pirellis" - , morning. The baby weigh-; Mrs. Sjlmcr Tlnelk-'ld cci O 1 ; pounds. . •••. •<• '. tin yfo r Flint. :?ld iclt Rmi- U.-e Tlic ladies of the Baptist Church ilurn with he'r.-laiightei-'.'Mrs Lai; met at the home of Mrs. L. V. i Barentlne, who Is very ill IcDunald Monday afternoon iinfl! Mrs. FranX Isaacs of n'lythevii;e trpriscd her with a miscellane-.' w 'as the Sumiay o: h>i pjr- • ' •"- '""Is, Mr. and Mrs.. Jim David. Ileece School News a lilt of daily attention keeps the n^ils of I'.U Fulmoii, film iwlrcsi. attractive ,-im! wcll-srimmeii. For riay-timc she uses .-i natiii-al-loiicd imlish aril fur cvenin K a crimson shade, UY ALICIA HAKT , perfcctiy-ijvoomed finger "ails, dancing across ]>lano keys. tyiiewiiter, pouring l.easuc |K>midliig Plans iMccling ten-luw imiwrtaiit they are to a The senior , Epworlli lengue oil woman's charm. Ihe First Mclliodist, uliurch, In a ! "diic'lioiir." once"a~^ck~;7n'd~7 r ew minutes daily therraiter. will keep hands looking us they should. meeting last night, made plans for several special meetings. It was decided by the council (o have four special prognnns with Banford tkwne in i-harge of the worship program, Veinon Rimer in charge of the recreational program. Fiances Litlle In charge o! the social program, and Frances Holland in charge of tliu missionary program. Plans were made fur tin Easier sen-ice nt <j:30 o'clock Easier Sunday. Francis Adams, president, conducted the meeting. * «« • llavr l-r ( Meeting announced whether or not eill accept the call. When he fcrcjched here recently he was pot^a candidate for the ixjsition fo >he was invited to return to pis?uss the mailer aiiil to • meet niembei-s.of,,thp church. .. " •jicd •in? . J^freshtncnts" were .served i «;c ^cy.; Mr. Martin ret'urj lo Benat'obia' this ihbi-iiirig,"'hav,. Jnotored.iip, .ycstei'day- afternoon.: i * « • Business,.. Ptof tssio na L JWonwn-to iILive..J3roaikasl- , ; , In-obserying--KationDt Buiincss Women's week, the-local chapter " program, over Station ,'mornihs, 11 * Mrj..-IL L. Reynolds will be the jpcaker for a short talk and Miss Eve Harwell will play the pianu. thrist Ambassadors Mccl I Tlie Christ Ambassadors of the A5SmS>Iy~brG6d Church met fjim- Mrs. Charles L.,Wylic- was leader I of the program of ihc wcjinau's -y society of the First '* church Monday alti-i-- iwnn, ,ut Ihc church. The JS prc.sent heard a program on. Brazil aiicr Mrs. James Hill jr., had conducted tho devotional Mrs. ,M. o. Oiwrtwm mid Mi-s. J. W. Adams jr.. gave u diaiojiue and Mrs.-George M. LCD and Mrs. Pmil L. Tiplon sanij ,-, tluct with Miss Margaret Merrill at Ilic iiiaiio. Tlic linstcss. .Mini's. W. p Bn-w- er. A. M..BUU. M. a. Ooodwln, j D. Nabers. E. J. Browne, A. M it So no piocrasthiiitlng! ools and begin. Gel ( Cllflord Joyner, who was recently transferred to Union City, Tenn.. nas leturnd to this city to reside. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Adams, Mrs. Tcni Howard and Mrs. Thco:lD.-3 I.ogan spent yesterday in .Memphis. Mn. E. M. Bryan Ls expected to idui'ii loday from Mount Vernon Mo., where she has been visUini? litr son, Dr. W. J. Bryan, and liiimly. lor .two weeks. Everett B. Gee, Mr. and Mrs. I-' . Ullmnn, Fred Fowler. J. H ianford. and Miss -Carolyn Pride item Saturday in Memphis where hey attended the district conven- 1011 of the Frigidairc corporatioi it Ihc Hotel Peabody. Mrs. James E. Clack and Mrs Jcc P. Pride were visitors in Mcm>his Saturday. , Mrs. W. L. Homer and £01 Jack, are spending this week a Wlicallcy, Ark-:,, as guests ol Mrs limner's parents. Mr. and Mrs. j. p. [to,:ani hav moved from Davis avenue to tne home .of Mrs. mtc Hubbard on West Main street, w'r.cre they will Before her marriage .Mrs, • was Miss-Ailecn jpieM. Mrs. C. J. Crane, who has been ser.uus'.y ill. is now much better. Mrs. E. B. Woodson and children have lelmned Irom a visit in Lake Village. Ark. Miss Jessie Si lie. wi.o Is al the edges, incidentally, pointed shapes' Blytheville hospital, will probably make short lingers seem -longer,] : more tapering. Soak one hand in-ir.enlly displayed. Now you're ready \vavm. trerpy wnter lor three or'.for polish. four minutes. Put cuticle oil or a Use-natural, pink or viviu red rk-li cream uroinid the base ol' polish dciienriing on your laste. each nail and, with an orange Moss, girls like neutral* |x>llsli for btick wrapped in collon, push daytime and n brighter shude for back the cuticle. Soak the other ] evening. But gel it on smoothly The Proper Thing" us slmwer. Mrs. MsUonald's home as ik-.slroycd by fire last week. Mrs. A. Norton was given :i mis- cllancous shower at tlic home ol Irs. A. O. Sanders Friday afler- oon by the Baptist Ladie.s. Mis. home was destroyed rec- iHly by flre. Mtss Anna Mae Khourie. in coin- any with Sam Haiimi and father, H. Hnmra of Camthcrsvllle it the weekend in Cairo, 71!., isiting in the homo of Mr. and Was thciv e«r a lime when It wa;, considered iiropcr to cat with Tin- lab!c knile became p3i::i!,v.' iter-tli? p s«'.'ent«*hf:i ccnturj-. During the !>eriod of transition from flijgfi^. U) -fo^k^, ki)ive>' were used for fa'ilffs as wfll as' Tor anting. j:clps liitns?!,' v.-iik'h is ac- coni]janicd by a to/kMitiH 1 S]ibon. wiilcli implc'iuoiu is tak.-n in tlis right hand?" 'i'f.e fork b hc!d ir. the ;-i^iil hand and the .guoou HI the left. Irs. L. Khourie Ilss Mary. nnd daugliler Manila Society — Personal Donald Stuart and James Adam-5 vere in Pocahontas 'Hiursday and "rlday on business. Mrs. nan B. Dudd enteitained her Sunday school class with a iicky party last Thursday evening Mrs. Pele Scolt has gone to Dy- crsourg. Tenn., fcr a fc\v days visit Mi. arxl Mrs. II. M. Ploeinai were in Blythevilte Saturday aftcr- noon to visit their link- grand- •Inugliter, Miss Betty Jean Ficcman who underwent a tonsil op:ratioi a( llic Blythcville hospital Saturday morning. M~rs. Robert Kitlian and I) daughter, Dixie Fay, of Ilorncrs- ville. Mo., ar? siKnding a few day> with her parents, MY. and Mis. if M. FJecman. T;:C Rev. and Mrs. F. M. Swcci, and small son, Frank, of Monette, visited Mrs. Sweet's patents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Cowan, Friday and Saturday. ' The baby of Mr. au-.I Mrs. Bill Homer was taken to Ihc Blythc- ville hospital lasl Wednesday. • Mr. and Mrs. Eusenn 3haneyl;!t and Uvo children spent the vcek- Mrs." Bird Read Conner Hews want Alls. T;ils month Ilic pupils in Sullivan's room are studying Life. The i;ii-]s a: 1 ; 1 making one iar§c , en biuls. using SOUIL- of the i The beys set !i|) a small tree in c room and filk-d it with n?.^ and pahucd Wrrls. They are planning to b!ii:il bird luxes later. In the uuper grade room tl:c "Mfe cl On:- Lard" by ClmrH-s UiA- ; ens is ix^in^ reit;l ;ilautl each !]ioi-ii- i ing as a part of ihc opening exercises. Thr opnlr.g sxcrelses are for fifteen minutes each morninij and sist of scngs. stories, scriptural i readings, etc.. anrt ave being ran- ' ducted by individuals, vibin:.; ave '• wvlcome. ; The c!:iiKr;n in l!;e primary roam are studying ahti ciieckiivj ln-.ilih' rcles and sifel yrules. In-sju'ction is -Ueld one moruing each week. Mrs. Fred 3tevenso:i was a visitor 'ihursday aftenicon. NIGHT REUEVfS COLDS WITHOUT "DOSING" Ekron News Notes '• Our sclinnl ii yvo?res5in» nicely.' Then- w.i.s a patriotic program I George Washington's birthday. A suipiisr 1 n-.-is jj-vcn Mr.s. Mi;l- rtlelon, as ihi- 2iiKl of Fcbruarv is h;r birUulay. Tr.e Ladies club gave her a handkevcinef shower. Rc- frcshments of c'cerry pic and whipped cream were served. The Ladies Home J3?n:o:i:>lnuiO!i club no'.v has (orly nseinbcrs. RING Fariiier's Fur Anything ir. anil Seeds 127 WaU'h! Don't He Flini-Fhimmcd on Price and hand and Irciit it In like manner. When you have linLshcd. and don't let it touch the half- un oc- JJemovc every [race ol old pol- little halt moons should be- prom- [cuticle, wipe it'olf immcdla lely. THEDFORD'S BLACK- DRAUGHT C/ulotwt tOe tie SuAufi, ROXY Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. CASH Specials for Wednesday - Thursday I'niind PORK STEAKS Real l.t-nn 1'iiiuul GRAPEFRUIT Nice Si/.ti Each Rlii-ctl. Swift's Oriole 5'ovmd 15c •ORANGES I7h"s Dozun 23c •'clock. memVjer, Mrs. j. »The program opened with songs *jd prayer and the president, Slss Louis Alken, gave a Uible lulk on- "Jealousy.'' Xll yotuig people were urged lo . . , . . Branson and John Foster se relreihments lo ,ihosc present cludinj oiw E. Paucrson. * ^ » Kill (.'arc. Club Poslfloncs Dance The Kill core club poned its supix-r .dance, planncil for Thursday evening. lx.'can:-v or the style show at the Roxv theater. To Have I'njjr.inl. Tlie Woman's Missioiii'.ry "icier.- of the -First Baptist cliiirch \v:il lire.'.ent .1 p.n^eam Wrdnesday cvr.- mii3, 7:3(1 o'clock. The tlic'mc is "T.-.c Light Dawns.' 1 attend the Christ Ilally at Campbell next Sunday alternoon. JThe service was closed with the stiging of the "Christ Ambassador tf Hivt ttttinti of fCJTcles -of the woman's..auxiliary *""""" i "" I flirst""Pn!abytcrTan" church <'AH1) OK THANKS We wi?h to IhanK- our Jricnds lor UK- kindness and coiisldcralion shown timing tho illness and death o: our baby. Mary Evelyn. Mr. and Mrs. Rush Tanfcerslcy Hemorrhoids ITilcs) cured without tlic Vnifr. Olbrr rcc- lal diseases Ircatcd. Varicoscd veins truatcd non-surgicallj. DRS. NIES i- NIES 514 W. Main Phone 9«. SAUSAGE Mat. 2:30, I0-25c 10-25c Ut-tl or Yellow I'oniul /BEAUTIFUL y' — but dangerous! ADORABLE _ — but deceitful! > GLAMOROUS — bs.'f treacherous! \ U A1UCJ Swift's Half or WIuilc, round - - - - 15c Jil/\lU>J 1'i-L-miiim Ce Tuesday - Weds. Choicu Brisket I'o u n (I STEW BEEF THE ONE And ONLY Rest Conipound or I'urc I'otuul — yet First and last of alf— WOMAN! CRACKERS Chops or llnasl Dtun's liij;h (liatlc Piiunil Wilson's Ntt( Unind ouiu! with FAY WRAY ASTHER Christina »<rd Arnold, Johrt Miljln »r,d others. Screenplay by Williflm Hijrlbul. Ortginsl by Mix Kimmicn, JoKtnnci Brondl, Joseph Than. Produced b/ Urt Ldtmmlt, Jr. DirtcUd by Karl Frcund. Prsienlcd by Carl La»mmlc. A UNIVERSAL PICTURE, «'ilii .loiin Gilbert - Ian Kcilli ewis Sioiic - Kli/aljptli A Konliun Jlaniotilian by Waller Ijy S. N*. Hehrman A 31iHi'i)-(;ol(iwyu-Jl;\ye )'i'li 11 I. tin' stivi'ii in >;n;aU v sl vole'. I'OX Louis .Sohol Comed Puruinounl \cu\s Musical Sliot STYI.I-- SHOW AT TH1MHTZ, Kill DAY NIGHT: KOXY, THUKSDAY NIGH'l —STY).K SHOW— KOXY-THURSDAY M«HT KITZ - I-RIUAY NIGHT

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