The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 26, 1934
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>AQB TWO (Alf.)' COURK* NEW8 .Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Harry Kirby entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Miss Leone Callicolt presenting pupils in recital at. First Methodist church, S P. M. Mrs. Murray Smart having Young Matron Brlrtso club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Women's Democratic club meeting ut Hotel Noble at 10 A. M. Mrs. J. Aj Leech having !'. E. O. meeting." Mrs. James H. Sell having Wednesday Bridie club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. }i. B, JvSenard entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Thursday Luncheon club meet- ine with. Mrs. H. -P. Klrshncr. Mrs. O.' P. Moss having Mid- Week Bridge club. Yarbro Missionary society mect- Ing with Mrs. Bud Parker. . FRIDAY'S LVE.NT3' Central Ward P. T. A. having operetta at high school auditorium. .Miss Hufh Whltworth Anrjcunces \V<i*Mrj Hans. Miss Ruth Wlvilworth, whose marriage to Jilr.: -Robert Cliilord Joyner wljl-^be.' solemnized pun- da)'. has announced plans for the Bedding which will take place nt five o'clock, in the afternoon « the First Methodist church,. The Rev. R. J. Himter, pastor of the FJrst Presbyterian clnircli of Union City, Tennr, ai\4 a ' tjrother-in-law of the bridegroom, will read (he ring service in the presence of members of the -'tv.-o families and their inost .ijitlntalc friends who have been Invited to the ceremony. ' - . Miss Minnie Matthews will be Miss Whilworlh's maid of honor and .Mr. Miiiuii Andiew's, of Un- !uji City, will serve tlic bridegroom as Lest man. Mrs. R. J. Hunter o: Union Cily, sister of Mr. Joyner. and Mrs. Roy A. Dean, of Monroe, La., will light the tapeis, Tha nuptiiil music will be rendered by Mr. P. li. Wood, brother- in T law of the bride, as soloist will) Mrs. Wood at the piano. The bridf is 10 be given In marriage by her brother, Frank Whitwarth. Immediately after the wedding Mr. Joyner nud his biide will leave for a honeymoon to be spent in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee and upon their return th-y •will- reside, at the Westbroolc apartments on West Ash street • .- Luncheon Given For His; Ru<h .\viiitworth. Twelve of Miss Ruth .Whttworth's • most .-intimate friends were guests of Mrs, J. A. Leech Saturday ior luncheon and a bridge game In ,ano,t$cr ot several interesting affairs, being given for Miss whit- worth, before her marriage next Suriday to Mr, Robert Clifford Joynar. A;miniature wedding party was thc'-centcrpicce of the luce "cover edjable, beautifully decorated ii and--bridegrconi, and their eight bridWmaids, formed tho procss siori.standing before a while alia with-the entire setting surrounded by ^,-hite smllax and orchid sweet peaf. Talisman roses and orchid sweet peas, in crystal vases, and white tapers, in crystal holders flanXed the central decoration. .Miss .Whitworth's chair was draped white .satin and adorned with wedding rings with cuplds on the were favors. In: the bridge games Miss Clar- nl^r^L. wo " thc W«h <*orc « ' ss <»» Stevens received a cosmetic .fgr second high and the eucst Irleluded in the guests were Miss hoUMi'iMt ^ ° f Am0ry ' M lee.;;and Mrs. '"oy T'^fa™' „. *Ki2If\ IU ' 1 ''r Wl10 1|S v| s«lnB her fiisiers. Mrs. Leonard w. Holt and Mrs-Samuel V. Norris. Compfimenl Bride. -^jaTu^SU .suest of honor at r. bridge »er given Saturday evening b } "" Merrill and K ©•© S EfiJ IP ***$$ M CD V Oy DAN THOMAS — GEORGE'SCAROO -* OWWV WEtSSMUUER AMD Mi ACESY Pi'EN DSTAHTLV REX^ED; BUT flWH DVORAK ««« too NO OCCASIOHAu»*3to WSiJM the ' young people's department were in keeping with the nrrange- nent of n cafeteria mid A. C. Hus- H)nri. us chef, directed nil the jnmes which were pertaining to cafeteria menus. Refreshment ol cake nnd hot chocolate were.served in cafeteria -ityle. [Mushier Bern. Mr. and Mrs. War;en Lcsmelster were-pljed in a wagon, decorated w;reprcsent an Easter en Tuncl ' * ' Little jr was -• .' • . • » • To frtsnl Recital. Pupils of Mis Leone Calllcolfs all(l '« r two who weighed nine ami a hull wunds. has been named Mary Lee. before her marriage Mrs. Lcsmels- tcr was Miss Margaret Robinson, daughter of Mr',, mid Mrs. n H. Robinson of Kclse'r, who formerly lived Jiere. • • * lau Penny Social. The Shady Lane B. Y. p. u. will sponsor a "Penny Social" at the school Friday evening, March 30. One cent admission will to charged. Au entertainment and pro-Tain is being planned. • * * Ncrwopd-Sutlon. Miss Lucille Stilton and W. H. Nouvoort. both ot Oxccoln. were united in marriage Tuesday with tho Rev. S. M. Wutson performing the ceremony. • * » furpenttr-Ealcm. The marriage of Mfcs Lulu Eaton and Howard Carpenter, both of this city, was solemnized Tuesday will] thu Rev. S.' M. Watsoti reading the service. Rlcc-Smllh. Announcement has teen miittc of the marriage of Mrs. L M Smith and Marshall Hice, both ot Luxora, which occurred March 1C The service was read by the Rev. S. M. Watson. Ma\ B. Kcid fa Address Democratic Women's dull "Changes in the NR,v 'will be the subject ol a tnlk by Max B Held at rhe inrctins; of the Democratic-Women's club of Blylhe- villc Wednesday mornius. ] 0 o .. clock, at the Hotel Noble Mrs. Lloyd V. Wire, chairman is in charge of the program • * * ('unipliinrnls Mr Anil Mrs. Frol w. s'clialj. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred' W. schat? oi lie.cnn, ivere guests of honoi at an informal billet dinner givci' by Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech Sat' urd.iy evening. After rtlnurr there with Mrs. H. H nlng the piizc. ' Has Limrlienn for Out-Of-Toivn Oucsls. W. B. Tanner, of Helena were guests of Honor at a bridge' luncheon Saturday a-hrrt Mrs" c Vf Afllick entertained 12 guests The three course menu was scrv- It^l " l * Wc rtccora t«l with pi,* sis In a colorful bouquet -- same two shades were noted in the place raids Mrs. H. ti. received the prize, a summer bag in |t,r. bndse games nnd the g ,, ral<t o i Tilt Methodist Missionary toddy neld a social meeting al Ihc Mmc of Mrs. a. H. Frazicr Tues- ,.„ >.i..m-»i..., dlly - Mre - H M '-owls gave the of Jonrsboro, annoimre the birth devotional and Mrs Walter Card of a daughter March 17. The bjuy s l x)l!<: on tn « people of Braill and • - their customs. Miss Margie Williams, dresiert tn .Brazilian eos- :ume, told of the missionary societies in Brazil. Mrs. J, A. Merril. and Mrs. w. p. Wilson were guctts when Mi*. J, II. Cram cnterinliiei! the Wednesday Bridge club. Mrs. John Enochs held high wore. was hostess Mrs. J. H, crnin .._ _ c< the Tuesday ^mtraui club Thursday iiftcnioon niid two guesls, Mrs. Reba Davidson of Uiilontown, Ala., and Mrs. John Enochs. Mre! Guy Bryant ot Osceola uoi| the club pribc and Mrs. Davidson was tte the day evening, 8 o'clock. tantls arc 1 four church Tues- . V. H.s - ------™» PEfiy. The;Crusaders B. Y p U of the Hi* B»ptist church 'had a c»f«ttri» ptrty" Friday evening »l the church. The decorations of Wilson Society — Personal presented a Jake Counts, lumber yard, manager of the in Hi pliis. Bit* q/ Mostly Personal The Rev. and Mrs. George W. 'ylcs. of Paragould, were guests ol Mrs. A. M. Butt Friday. Charles Emfr.wn jial), who al. ends University of Mississippi at Oxford, accompanied by his aunt, \ftss Ethel Emerson, of Henumdo, spent Friday and Saturday here as gueits of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. _^,...,., T>c>Mnu>.>.Er^ iall. They were accompunled to LOST his tiRST S\«MMinj Wet Hcrnindo by Mrs. Hall and son. (urrs.-.ccs^m m.tmicrn-r jimmic, who returned home last, light. Mrs. J. M. Lowe, of Paragould, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. "}. Ganskc Friday. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCulche'n md daughters, B«tty and Bara .x>u, and Mrs. Anne Stevens Pc4- ci will leave the last of next week or California wheie they will s|»nd three weeks. They will at- end the national theatre owners :onventlon at Los Anecic-s, to be ictcl April 10 to 15 at the Am- jassudor Hotel, and will spend the •emulniicr of the time visiting lolnl.s of Interest Including Agua Callentc and San FVancisco. Th«y rill go by truln. Qeorge W. Durham, who is 1J1 rom an eyo infection, Ls better. Mrs. Lee Walton, who has been II from influenza for several d»ys, is slightly better today. II. A. Smith, who js now ein- >loyeri in Paragould as one of the government Injectors for cotton 'nxluctlon, spent the week end at home. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Whilworlh iad us their guests yesterday Mrs. 3. P. Fletcher and Mrs. Elizabeth Oliver of Bnsscll. Mrs. E. s. irby and children, of Bulesvllle, Miss., are visiting Mrs. Irby's sister,-Mrs. W. N. Williams and family, ul Armorcl. Mrs. Mary Steadman, of Se-lmev, Tenn., has arrived for an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Steadimin and family. O. E. Crisger Is attending to buslncts in Osceola and Wilson ,oday. MLvi Bob Williams spent the vcckond In Qairo, 111., us the eucst, of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Calk, of UernplUs. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. LarujwcU. Mrs. Lola Forsythe and son, Jim, spciit auiiday . in ;Luxora. , ':. • Francis Brocknmn, o( Memphis, J'ujs Ihc guest of Mr. and Mrs. A'. W. Langwell Saturday. Becky McCnll has returned from Memphis where sl\o underwent, an oiXMtlon for usipcndicitis lust Monday. She has been up since Friday. Her mother, Mrs. E. M McCul!, who was wilh her at the Baptist hospital, accompanied her home. Freddilinc Langwell !•, m from iiiinuvi j-uru, underwent an opera- '"easles ut her home on Soull lion at the Baptist hospital, at Frl " lk Un street. Memphis, Tuesday. His condition - Nll ' s - 1Jllrl Koontz, of Fulton, Mo. is good. ' has arrived for a visit witji her J. H. Grain went to st Louis motll er, Mr.s. E. M. Bryan, and Thursday on business. daughter, Miss Ellen. Mr. Koontz Judge John McCall of Mcmulils wh " Accompanied her down Sat- conducted tho morning seivlcc ut llr(l ">"> returned yesterday. the Uaptist chinch Sundny. Ttic °- p ! " ms u ' h " " — Rev. Mr. Coughley, the pastor I •' Baptat liospitol nt Mem O. p. Moss, who . ployed in Jonesboro. week-end at home. now six: nt the C. W. and Bill Afflick arc '•"»• "•. "• •""' nut Aiincic arc at- a|xl who formerly lived at Oscco'a. Victor Mann is iu the Baptist "rining to business In Memphis ^Ir. Cockerham is a prominent far- nospital at Memphis where he '™* y - nicr" ot the Etowah community, uncicrwent an operation Tuesiiiiy. M f - an! ' Mrs. p. w. Sclmtz re- They w The Wilson p. T. A. basketball tllr "«d to their home jn Helena Etowah, (Cm«l H/if rnlru* *li« C-L._ w. VPS (p Trim.' XT^c Qnl\n*-. I. _ J !_..-.. ' • . .. uu>> * . » , f x . i^i^iJlrUiU: (cum defeated the Shawiieo p T. A. team Thursday night, 31 to 38, Players on "ths Wilson team were Mines. Qstar Barks dale. E. HHimoii, Albert Green well. George Clinton, Curtis free man and Ralph Robinson. Wilson Teachers Will Visit Memphis School WILSON, Ark.—The Wilson Grade teachers, now working on a revision or the curriculum, will visit the Vollcntine school In Mem- luls. Tiicy i)ia,, (o -we an flctlv . i V tchool in session wilh Hie hope that they will fic t new ideus which nuiy be Iricd in the local school. The teachers, accompanied by c L. Uird and potsiWy by teach•re was bridge ?1 S '""I 1 , L "- vora nn(l Osceota, will Houchius win- " c ," 1 Mcn >l*ls at 8:30, April 3, a ml remain for the daily program of the VoUuntinc school. The 'following teachers will make he trip; Miss Horlcmc Goodloo; Miss tinchel Berry: Mrs. John fcnoclis; Miss Mai-j- Louise Grcg . today. Film Star Sued By Her Parents BucJ by her paroils tor eupport, Mary Astof (abovs,, the motion plciure L'tlresa, ploilgccl sho would uuUithl;i tlicni "lu coiofort but not eitruvagance." Miss Astor, wife of a Uoll;svood surgeon, declared. "They Insist on living In a ' mansion cut down 1'ye bejigsd tliem to «»pente», but they won't." "The Proper Thing" MONDAY, 6IARCH 26. 3934 Lcfion Pott Take* Ov* RMIOM'J SAN OAWJra/, Calif. (UP)-, Ramoiis's Home, the Moricd birthplace of Helen Hunt Jackson's mythical heroine In the book Ramoi*, hat bce n leas«c! by tlie local American Legion post and In to be converted into a nius:um of California. The legion also has taken chaise of (he Mother Grapevine, from which the majority of (Ills slate's a rapes were grafted. The true history oi fiamona's Homei is not definitely known Earliest available records describe it as » llirw-room adobe hostelry adjoining the El Camino Real, or King's highway. Within the memory of old residents, an upper story pf frame construction was added. A frame annex, built to accommodate boom trade during the days of stage coaches, has disappeared but the adobe house still stands as It was erectea during the early days « the Mission fathers. 1,50ft Trips uown Rlvfr W ORUJANS (UP) -, captained each voyage by its 51-year- old master, Anthony Cladaro the launch, Tom II, has completed 1.500 trips in 15 years operation carrying cargo up and down the Mississippi river between New Orleans and Lutcher, La., with two regular weekly trips and other special sailings. At Honolulu, "the crossroads of (lie Pacific," Easter services urc held each, year at the crater of an extinct volcano. On this hill of once molten lava, a great white cross is erected and here countless thousands of Christians, embracing many creeds, classes, nationalities, races and colors, meet at, sunrise after riding or walk- iiJB up the stee|) ascent. Separate services are held in various churches later In the day, but the unique sunrise worship Is tot all. .VE.VT: The colorful flowfr festival at Nice. Should the engagement ring or tl:c wedding go on the linger flrst?" Tijc engagement ring is worn over the wedding ring. "When wedding gitls are riis-r played should cards be attached?" The carris should always be removed before the wedding gifts are placed on display. The britto-clcci or some member of her family should make u list of the gifts with the names of the |KT- SOJ15 sending them before removing the cards. This is to enable tlfc brirte to acknowledge them. IfJ course. If possible, it is better Kf write notes of thanks as the gifts are received. Ohio Boys Plan Three Year Cruise on Sloop CAMDEN, Me. (UP) — Three Toledo, O., youths have purchased .he Friendship sloop, Nellie York, lirouyh John Bird ol Camdeu, and within a few weeks expect to sail on a three-year cruise. The . amateur sailors, Don C .Voodley, William SlechsckuUie, and John A. Mielile, are college graduates. They plan to sail down :he Atlantic coast, through the Panama Canal, and across the Pacific. ,.The Nellie York is being fitted out Iier« in preparation for the cruised Osceola I- Society —- Personal •Osceola friends have received in vitations' lo the wedding of Miss Evelyn Woodard and Mr. William S. Cockerham,' which will be sol., — at 7 o'clock Sunday even ing. April 1, at the horns of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodard ui Athelston. west ot Osceola. The bride, elect is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Wood"•"• who formerly lived at Osceola. will make their home at yesterday. Mrs. Schatz had bcci tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Coo way for several days and Mi Schatz motored over. Saturday. tu UMK u ium iiiu;<M ai a oemiuiui- Municipal Judge G. A. Cunning- ly unpointed Easter luncheon at Jtfllll IS) (II [it l»ic Tinmo I nAnt: >,*,„ k»nv... „ 1,_.~, -T'l > Billy Brewer. Mrs. L. llowtou entertained her t(vo table bridge club and guests to make four tables at a beautiful l:cr home here Thursday . «n of Dr ami Th c,cU,i memhers present were " " ' „ the honor were chiefs. hiindker- Shady Lane Club Elects At a recent meeting of the Shady Lane 4-H club Earl Sweet was elected president, wilh p. T. Dixon as vice-president.. Ozell fierce ->s secretary, and Ellen Turner as reporter. -Miss Vivian Dixon and ' Robert McHa'ficy are the spoil sorj. and Emnm Clalrc iss Jcnnetlc Philli New Liberty News Mr. and Mrs. Lacledr Biizbcc. of Taylor. Miss., and Miss Mamie Vick. who is attending school at . Memplns. «ere week-end guests B - "• Cook " 1Kt C. C. Cohb IK ronlined to his home from a tnl| received while at work several days ago Vesler Pierce and ai McVernon. E. H. Crook aurl rtaiightcr, molorcd Mr and .-UK) , ,, ;••- '"" Mremi aiici amlly have moved from Burdetts lo this community. U« of ChrLHIini names for servants is forbidden in Western Australia unless the servants give .< ..*'. c °"«'nt 10 such use. family home. f» East Davis btrecl, und unable to have 'company Mrs. W. S. Luiigdoii. Who lias been quite ill from Influcnrn (or several days at the homo o: Dr and Mrs. w. A. Grimmett, is slightly better today. Mrs. W. A. Grimmett. who lirr been 111 for more than two months. Is now convalescing. F.D.R. Will Feast on Fancy Hothouse Lamb PHILADELPHIA IUPI-A fancy "holhoiise" lamb has been raisr.i by the Pennsylvania Stilo college for President franklin D. Kcnte- velt's dinner. Mcsdamcs Geo. Dailoue. H. A. Ueh- rens. J. A. rip.e. John Whitworth and C. L. Drake and tlie guest! included Mcsdaiiiv.s L. D Ma-sscy O. E. Masscngill. A. W. liowcn R. L. Nailling, Win. House. J. K. leather, S. L. Gladish, Dan Per kins. J. II. Hook. I!, c. Brynn. Join Brickcy and K. S. Driver. Mrs. Drake won high score club prize and Mrs. House won Die Eucst prize ' Mrs. V. r. Jacobs riilcUuiiicrt at Wlndover TerrRce, her country liome, complimenting Mrs. Sam B Coble, who was before her recent marriage. Mrs. Lnlah Swift, *t 3 party to twenty friends "err invited, early last week. U will^-,,!^ , seeie,,, ^ ^^T^.T of the Treasury Morgenlhau to Iw - at a dinne the secretary. "Hothouse" lambs arc produced out - of season, and marketed at the age of six or eight weeks. . . . c-)t consolation favor W. E. Johnson (In Qukk Relief, or \ou Only Pay When Satisfied ^ — MUCH cdii&urn great care, they nri:j If y oll suiter f r0 rn nigh Blood special delicacy. ^cssurc, dizziness, ringing in the Library Hours Changed The' library hours have been changed from I to 6 pin. daily to the former hours ol 3 to 5:30 p.m. dully, it has bcen announced bv Mr.i. H. A. Smith, librarian. Women on CWA projects werf assisting Mrs. Smith, which mnde the longer hotire possible. . VlCKS fVORATONE *f*ticr mouth-wash at* big saving/ MOU'I' WASH GA»GU ears, con't sleep ' at nighls, f«l veak and shaky, bad taste, nerr- <-us. If your heur', pounds nnd '.on fear a panlytlc stroke, to c.emonslrate IJr. I!ayc.s' prescrip lion we will send you (wstpaid, a regular St Irratricnl on pbso- lulely FHEE TRIAL. While It Is non-si>cclfic, manv cases remarkably quic 1 ,- relief; nvtnptoins diminish and normal *lcep returns with;n 3 days. Con lalns no salts, physics, opiates 01 dope. Safe with any diet. PAY NOTHING U.NLESS GREATLY IMPROVED. Then tend $1. If not improved your report cancels thargc. Write Dr. Hayes Ass'n 0213 Coates, Kansas, city, Mo. -Adv. often Wom»n Falls Whil« Skating bALT LAKE C1TV (UP)—Never too old to roller skate, Mrs. Margaret Kartchner, 12, recently fell, breaking her arm. But she still insists "roller skating is nature's best, remedy for ailments. Bil f*r lousness Sour Stonuch G« ami Constipation Rundown After "Flu" Art., said: "I iad Ihc flu anil it left me in a very liadly run-down condition. My ntrves were all ups:r. bat Dr. Pierces Go!i!-n Mtdical DEstovery syie]^ helped nie. I ijri so think, ful lliai 1 now have btlW Will'e Dr. Time's Clinic, -, for free rnedkal idvice. i. or liquid, $1.35. '**W«Dt>Our fmel* RING Farmer's Fw Anything a* MISS WHITSITTS SHOP Pre-Easter Selling COATS-SUITS-HATS STARTING TUESDAY MORNING Coats and Swagger Suits All New 1934 Styles $10.95 Coats and Suits $12.95 Coats and Suits SI A95 $16.50 Coats and Suits $1930 Coats and Suits $1/195 14 $25 Coats and Suits $1095 $2930 Coats and Suits $9995 19 One Lot of Early Spring Dresses Greatly Reduced New Blouses One Lot $995 56.00 Hats' 11-1.95-2.95 One Lot $195 « n «i • ™ m $3.95 Hats. r Accessories to Match Any Costume

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