The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1934 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 26, 1934
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fAGIjTWO TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Harry Klrby entcrlulnln Tuesday Contract club. Miss Leone Callicott presenllii pupils In recital nt First Mciho dist church, 8 P. M. Mrs. Murray Smart liavlni Young Matron Bridge club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Women's Democratic club mcei ing at Hotel K'qble at 10 A, M. Mrs. J. A. Letch having P. E. 0 meeting. Mrs. James H. Bell having W-d nesday Bridge club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. N. B. Menard entertain ing Thursday Bridge club. Thursday Luncheon club meet ine with. Mrs. R. .P, Kirshner. Mrs. O. P. Moss having Mid Week Bridge club. Yarbro Missionary society meet ing with Mrs. Bud Parker. - FRIDAY'S LVENTS' Central Ward P. T. A. Imvf'rig operetta at high school auditorium Miss Halh H'hllH-ortJi Announces WfiWlr-f Plans. Miss Ruth Whllworth. marriage lo Mr.- Robert Clifford Joyner wlji; ( be.' solemnized Sunday, has announced plans for the wedding which' will take place .1 five o'clock. hi the afternoon 11 the First Methodist, church. The Rev. R. J. Hui|ter, pasior of Ihe First Presbyterian church of Unioi City. Tennj, and. a b.rother-ln-lav, of Ihe bridegroom, "will read Die ring service in the presence of members of the two families ant their niost, intimate friends who have been invited to the cere ir.ony. : Miss Minnie Matthews will be Miss Whitworth's maid of honor and Mr. Milton Andrews, of l)n- 'un.Cily, wUl serve Uic bridegroom as test man. Mrs. R. j. Hunter 01 Union City, sister of Mr. Joyner, and Mrs Roy A. Dean, of Monroe, La., will light the tiipevs. Tha nuptial music will be rendered by Mr. P. u. Wood, brother- in-law of the britte. as soloist with Mr?. Wood at the piano. The bride is i 0 be given in ^,l r , nasc ^ bj ' llcr br °lher, Frank Whitworth. Immediately eftcr the wedding Mr, Joyner and his bride will -eave for o honeymoon to be spent in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee and upon their return thsy will- reside at. the WcstbrooK apartmenls on West Ash street. Bridie "Luncheon civen For Miss Ruth WiiU-u'rlh Twelve of Miss Hulh Whitworlh's mosLintimale friends were guests 01 Mrs. J. A. Leech Saturday for ' m VS eon <"«» a bridge game In .andftcr of several Interesting af- fairs.being given for Miss Whit•'— "<\- before her marriage next Robert Clifford . A- miniature wedding party was the centerpiece of the lace covcr- ( t lf ±?', bC!U " il ' u!ly formed [„ h?H motlf ' Tlle u '»' M<l» >?n rWe . grc ° m ' and their eight J fo rmc(l tho " before a wh »e "'tar orchid sweet cr! ' s(al va 1n Crystnl w on. w Whtworth's chair was -draped !„ white, satir, and adorned wUh £amrs thc Prize , orc - - Compliment Bride. ' M .&. Ted Eimorc, tt-h DAN-THOMAS — GEORGE'SCARBO OWHHY WEfSSMULLSR. LOST US PRST SVWMMINC Kfi BECftlrSE AG-Rt LtSltEO AT HIM. he youns r«o|)l?sdep;irtiiieiit verc In keeping' with (lie nrrmiBC- lent of a cnfetcrlii and A. c. Ilus;and, ns chef, cllrccled nil the ames which were iKrlalnlnj to cafeteria menus. Refreshments of rake mid hot liocolate were, served in cafeteria tyle. * *. • I>.iugh(tr Born. -Mr. nnd Mrs. Warren Lesmeistcr, if Jonesboro, announce ihe birth of a daughter March n. The Ixiby vho weighed ni!ie .UK! a halt •xiuiids, lias been named Mary Loo Before her marriage Mrs. Lcsmcls- cs- was Miss M'nrearel Robinson, aughler of Mr,, und Mrs. It n Robmsoii of Ktlser, who formerly ivcd Jiere. * • • Ian Penny, The shiuly Uinc I). Y l> u vlll sponsor a "Penny Social" ai he school Friday evening, March 0- One cent admission ' will So hargcd. An entertainment and program s being planned. * * * v'crwoocl-Sutton. Miss Lucille Sutton anil w. H. orwooil, both of Osccola. were inilccl in marriage Tuesday with l>e Rev. s. M. Watson perform"™ ine ceremony. Carpcnlrr-Ealon. The marriage of Mi«i lulu Elton and Howanl Carpenter, both 01 tWs city, wns solenmi? C (l Tuesday will, the Rev . s M w fading tilt service. * » • Kire-Smitli. I the marriage of Mrs L' M" Smith gnu Mnrshiill Hice. both of -h c ° ril- V' hicl1 °"'"-red March IB. 3. M. Waif on. ' '° CV ' = R. Reid to Address )cmi>rratic Women's <-j, lb "Changes in the Nl),v 'will iv. he subject of ,-, t; ,i k bv Mnx B rMIc^Women'f" 15 ° C t "'' C D ™'°'' lock, nt the Hotc" 0 Noblp '° °" Mrs. Lloyd V. Wi^e clialriinn i» cliargc of the program. ' ' * * * °»ni|tHnicn(s Jlr. A:I,I I al^'T' " TrC s " esls of honor 'J,'",?!." 1 " 1 . 6 "" 01 dillil cr given rr?,?^ ° ard Bamts Mrs. Kupcr, hot chocolate was served. " ' * . • ' • To fititnt Recital. >.»ill four • « B. Y.. P. u. HM Cafcteri* Party. The!; Crusaders B. Y p IT nr !. ! ^,«f -'B»PUst chureh'had a c»!eUrla pa rt y" Friday evening at the church. Tbe decorations pi Aftei i»-j» I* M..- »i , — "" •••'•' 1/1 ilixc n^thJVL 11 ItalChi " S wln • * • Has Luncheon For ODt-or-Tmrn C, wMr J F J. fA W- «ch»H nnd n «^ .u cuju and the same two sad »o!ed in ll,c pi*,.,, ra , ds Wilson Society — Personal q/ Mostly Personal The Rev. and Mrs. Gtorgc W Pyles, of Parugoulrl, were guests of Mrs. A- M. Butt Friday. Charltc Emerson Hall, who attends University of Mississippi ut Oxford, accompanied by his aunt Miss Ethel Emerson, of Hernando spent Friday and Saturday here as gucst« of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hall. They were accompanied to llernando by Mrs. Hall and sou Jlmmlc, wlio returned home list night. Mrs. J, M. Lowe, of Paragould, was- (lie guest of Mr. and Mrs. o. c. Gitnske Friday. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCutcheYi and daughters, Betty and Sara Lou. und Mrs. Anne Stevens Potter will leave the last of next week /or California where they will spend three weeks. They will attend the national theatre owners cojivcnllon at Los Angeles, to be new April 10 to 15 nt the Ambassador Hotel, ond will spend the remainder O f u roe visiting The Methodist Missionary .society held n social meeting ' at, n, e Home of Mrs. G. II. Frszicr Tuesday. MJB. n. M. Lewis 6avc Ulc devotional ami Mrs Walter Cart spoke- on the people of Brazil ujui their customs. Miss Margie Williams, dressed In : Braaillan costume, told of Ihe missionary societies In Brnzll, Mrs. J. A. MciT ll, anil Mrs «• r. Wilson were cucsls when Mre. j. H. Grain tnteruineil [lie Wednesday Bridge club. Mrs John Enochs held high scote. Mrs. J. n. Grain was hostess < ihc- Tuesday ,rtii>tnuil club Thursday iitlornoon and two guests Mis. Hcba Davidson of Uniomown 'Ma., mill Mrs. John Enochs. Mrs (jiiy Bryant ol Osccola won the club pnbe mid Mrs. Davidson was presented a gift. Jake Counts, manager of thc lumber yiird, underwent an operation at (lie Baptist hospital, at Memphis. Tuesday. His condition is good. '- H. Grain wont (o St. Louis Thursday on business Judge John McCall of Memphis conducted tho morning t, C rvice nt the Baptist church Sundny 'flic Rev Mr. Coushley. Uic pasior. is ",ls fa ' ' IQSi ' itnl nt Mcm- Victor Mnnn is In (he Bnptist hospital ut Memphis where 1,0 mulcrwent an operation Tuesday. Thc Wilson P, T. A. basketball team defeated the Sh.wneo f> in ™ tC n'," Thursrta >' night, 31 o 28. Players on Mia Wilson team were Mines. Otcar Barks dale. E. UHimon, AIU-:rt Green 'oil. George Clinton. Curtis Free nun and Ralph Robinson. Wilson Teachers Wili Visit Memphis School WILSON. Ark^-Thc Wilson Cnidc teachers. now working „„ •wS"S" ,° r , lllc c " r ™>"»'>'- win -it tho voltemine school n, Mem . •v ^,J. 7 " !; ' n to «* n " 50S51 °" wilh tl ' "my be tried in Ulc loc™''school' 3 L o!r ' accom I M '> lc<I b> H; in Memphis at 8:30, "April" 3* •>'il remain for the daily lA-ram Thr 0 ™ 0 "-""" 10 scl '°°^ GoodJoo; Shady Lanelub Elects At a recent meeting of the sha- ' Lane <-H club Earl Sweet was ected president, with V. T Dixon ' v '«=-preslitent. Ozell Pierce" -,s secretary, and Ellen Turner as rcv 'Mlss. Vivian Dixon and McHaflcy are the spon- -' .- lU.f. - of Christian llulli( vants Is lorblddcn in Australia unless thc xmsent to such use. for «r western give points of Interest Including Agua Cullenle anil San Francisco. Tbey will go by train. George W. Barliam, who Is 111 from an eye Infection. Is better. Mrs. Lee Walton, who has Ixwn 11 from Influenza for several days, is slightly better today. H. A. Smith, who 'is now employed in Paragould as one of tho government Inspectors for cotton production, s|>enl the week end at lome. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Whilworlh .mil us their guests yesterday Mrs. 3. P. Fletcher and Mrs. Eltaibeth Oliver of Bnssctl. Mrs. E. S. Irby imrt children, of Bulesvllle, Miss.. ar<i visiting Mrs. irby's slslcr.-Mrs. W. N. Williams and family, at Armorcl. Mrs. Mary StKulman. of Sc-lmer, Tenn., has arrived for tin extend- d vlsll with Mr. and Mrs. j. R Stendman and family. C. E. Crigser Is attending to business in Osccola nnd Wilson today. Mlrs Bob Williams spent the weekend In Cairo, 111., as thc guest of relatives. Mr. awl Mrs. R. E. Cjix, of Memphis, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Langwell, Mrs. Lola Forsythc and son, Jim, spent Sund-.iy . in ,'Luxora. Francis BrocJemun. or Memphis was the guest of Mr. and Mrs A'! W. Langwell Saturday. Becky McCall has returned from Memphis where she underwent nn oiierntlon for appendicitis last Monday. She has been up since Friday. Her mother, Mrs E M McCall, who wiis will) her at the Baptist hospital, accompanied her liome. Frcddiline Lnngwell h 111 from measles nt her hom street. e on South . Mrs. Eurl Kooulz. of Fiiltou, Mo., arrived for mother. Mrs. f. visit . . Bryan> he a , Kt . , — *" •'»- nryun, anc daughter. Miss Ellen. Mr. Koonlz who accompanied her down gal- Hrclay. returned yesterday. O. P. Moss, who is nuvi employed In Jonesboro. spent the week-end at home. C. W. and Bill Affllck arc attending la business In Memphis today. Mr. und Mrs. F. W. Schatz re- tunied to inch- home hi Helena yesterday. Mrs. Schata liad been tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway for several days and Mr Scliatz motored over Saturday Municipal Judge C. A. Cinming- 1mm is ill at h|s home lodny. Billy Brewer, son of D r . and Mrs. W. p. Brewer Is ill at the. family home. 232 East David street and unable to have 'company Mrs. w. S. Langdon. who \>»$ HI from influenza lor Film Star Sued By Her Parents Sued by her parents for support, Mary Abler (above), ttic motion pk-iureudress, lilcilged slio would , oia!iiM:i tlicm "In comfort but nnl esl:avagance." Miss Astor, »-lfo of a llolljwood auvgeou. de- clnrcil, "They Insist on livius In a maiiBlnu . . . I've begged lliem to cut down «xpense», tut tliey MONDAY. J^J93'i Lef ion P«it Take* Over Famed Raooaa's H« me SAN GABRIEL, Calif. (UP)-. 1 Ranwna's- Home, the eioricci birthplace of Helen Hunt Jtck- bon's mythical heroine In the book flamon«, has been leased by the local American Legion post and Is to b« converted into a museum or California. ' The legion also has taken chmue of the Mother Grapevine, from which thc majority of this state's grapes were grafted. The true history of Ramona's Horns is not definitely known Earliest available records describe it as a three-room adotc hostelry adjoining the El Camlno Real, or King's highway. Within the memory of old resident*. «n upper story of frame construction was added A frame annex, built to accommodate boom trade during the days of stn°c coaches, has dis«ppearcd but the ™°^ Jh °J lsc . s «" 'ten* as It was Al Honolulu, "the crossroads of Hie Paciiic," Easter services are 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" class-s lalionalillca. races and colors, meet at sunrise after riding 'or walic- nt' «P Uic steep ascent. Separate services are held in various churches later M the day, but the unique sunrise worship is for all. NEXT: The colorful flower festival at Nice, "Should the engagement ring or thc wedding go on the linger first?" Tile engagement ring is worn over thc wedding ring. "When wedding gifts are dis- ilayed should cards be attached?" The curds should always be removed before the wedding gifts ire placed on dlsplny. The Hide-elect or some member of her amiJy should make u list of the Ills with the names of the pcr- cips sending them before remov- ng !hc cards. This Is to enable hie bride to acknowledge them. 1> course, if possible, it is bettor if write noles of thanks .is tiie gifts arc received. r ~ Ohio Boys Plan Three Year Cruise on Sloop CAMDEN, Me. (UP) - Three Toledo. O., youtla nave purchased the Friendship sloop, Nellie York through John Bird ol Camden and within a few weeks expect to sail on a three-year cruise. The . amateur sailors, Don c Woouley, William Slechsckultie and John A. MIchle, are college' graduates. They plan to tail down the Atlantic coast, through the Panama Canal, ai|d across Ihc- ,.The Nellie York Is being fitted ut ( here in preparation for the cruise. Osceola Society — Personal Woman Falls While Skating SALT LAKE CITY (UP)-Neve; too old lq roller skate, Mrs. Margaret Kartchner, 72, recently fell, breaking her arm. But she still insists roller skating is nature's best remedy for ailments. MI«01«Ua GliStli. SiJ'Jl Aik., said: "I hid Ike Oa "tul it kit rr.t ill i v (I y MiLtf rim.Joun condition. My ntrvo » CI t ill unstt. h'lt Dr. Pifitcs Cuid;ii 1,500 Trips Oown R| m - NgW ORIGANS (UP, _ c talned each voyage by its 51-year- old master, Anthony Cladaro the launch, Tom II, has completed ^1" 1S > c " s °»n ™ ' sissippi river between New o r leans and Lutcher. La., with two ie B ular weekly trips jnd other special sailings. Biliousness Sour Stomach GuamlHMdacho Constipation several days at thc home of Dr iS' and Mrs. W. A. Grimmett, i* slightly hctler today. Mrs. W. A. Grimmett, who \ Vf been III for more than two months. Is now convalescing. Osfeola friends have received in itatlohs' to the .- wedding of Miss ivelyn Woodard and Mr, Willian 5. Coclcerham,' i*hlch will be so! mnizcci at 7 o'clock Sunday even ng, April 1. at the home of th ride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. E B. Woodard nt Athelston, west o Osceola. The bride elect Is the younges aughtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Wood £d who formerly lived ot Osceola Ir. Cockerlmm Is a prominent far icr of thc Etowah community They w|ll make their home a Elowuh. 1 ' • + * Mrs. L. Howlou entertained he o table bridge club and guest. 0 make four tables at a beautiful y appointed Easier luncheon a her homc^here Thursday. ThCrClub members present wen Mcsdames Geo. Baltoue. H. A. Ben rens. J. A. Figg. juhn Whitwortl and C. L. Drnko and the guests Included Mesdamcx U IJ Massey F.D.R. Will Feast on Fancy Hothouse Lamb PHILADELPHIA (UP)-A fancy 'hothouse" lamb has been raisri by (he Pennsylvania stalo college for President Franklin P. R(xv,e- velt's rtinner. U will be sliipixtf ( 0 Sccietmy of Ihe Treasury Morgenlliiui to Ix; •ien-cd at a dinner in the President's honor, lo be given by the 'ccrctavy. "Hothouse" lambs are produced out of season, and marketed ai the age of six or eight weeks Tended .wilh gicat care, they n: ' considered a special delicacy. Q. E. Masscngill. A. W. .;. Wni. Ifoiife, J. K Prattler. S. L. Glnnish. DAH Pcr- kliis. J. H. Hook, R. c. Bryan, Join lirickcy and E. s. Driver. Mrs. Drake ivoti high score club lirl/e nnd Mrs. House von (he guest pi be. ' Mrs. y. p. Jncubs cnterlainc, ;it Wimlover Tcrrncc, licr country home, complimenting M rs . g am B Cobic, who was before her recent Carriage. Mrs. Lalah Ssv]ft. at a Mtty lo which twenty friends 'vcrc Invilcd, early Insl' week. • Mi>i. O. E. Mnsscnglll \von liigt ;rore prize. Mrs. w. E. Johnsoi C'll consolalion favor and tin iipnorcc was presented a riaint.\ i sift- Library Hours Changed The library hours hove beer- chaiiKCd Irom I to 6 p.m. dully to he former hours of 3 to 5:30 p.m dnily. it, hns been announced bv Mrs. H. A. Smith, librarian Women on CWA project were •sisdng Mrs. Smi(l). which made «e longer hours possible. , VlCKS IVORATONE « txtlcr mouth-wash "I * big saving! HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE Quick Relief, or \ou Only P ly When Satisfied j If you suffer from High Blood Fiessurc, dimness, ringing in the esrs, can't ,=lecp at nlghu, feel I'eak and shaky, btid lasle. nerv- •<us. If your lieari, pounds and 'you fear a paralytic stroke, lo i.cmoivlratc Ur. Kayos' prcserip- l-on HO will send you |x»tpalrt .1 regular Si Ire.ilnctit on abso- •ulely FREE TRIAb. While U Is non-specific, mam- cases rejxjrt remarkably quiet relief; often symptoms diminish and normal MCCJI rclunis nlliiin 3 rinys Con- i.iins no salts, physics, opialcs or ?:!??• , 5 » fe »'«h any diet. PAY «?l 1 n" NO UNU «5S OKEATIA- INJI'ROVEU. Then tend »l. If not unproved your jcport cancels charge. Write Dr. Hayes ASS'JI., C213 Coalcs, Kansas city, Mo. -Adv. htlptd Kt. I jm i, Oiuik- tul ftit I now lnvc bclUf neallh. -. Y.. ^is ss,a'5^s ta te New size, Ijhlcis SOtls.' liriL Size, lahs. or ] £qu Id r $1 .?S. *• w. MISS WHITSITTS SHOP Pre-Easter Selling COATS-SUITS-HATS STARTING TUESDAY MORNING Coats and Swagger Suits All New 1934 Styles $1035 Coats and Suits $795 $16.50 Coats and Suits 95 $12.95 Coals and Suits S if 10 95 12 $1930 Coats and Suits $1/195 $25 Coats and Suits 81O95 Coats und Suits $9995 19 One Lot of Early Spring Dresses Greatly Reduced One Lot $6.00 Hat s ' New Blouses Sl--l.95-2.95 One Lot 53.95 Hats JJ95 Aceessories to Match Any Costume

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