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BLYT.IIEVILLE. (AUK.) COURIKU NEWS MONDAY,-SEPTEMBER s, 1930 :* Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Society Calendar The Sunday school Workers council will meet at the church at 7pm. Bits of News Mostly Personal ^fis. Bt-n Vlnyard and daughter, 3fiL Virginia, of Capo Girardcau, are guesti of Mrs. Vinyard's broth- tr, Everett B. Oee, and Mrs. Gee, tv:o weeks. Miss Belle WhitbiU spent Sunday with her relative rat Paragould. Luxor a Society—Personal Mr. and Mis. J. H. Randall and family have returned frtim MI extended visit with relatives In points of Illinois. Mrs. J. B. Lock, gr&iul- Randall returned The Junior high school Parent- Teacher association will have its first meeting ol the year Wednesday afternoon, 3:30 o'clock, In tlie auditorium of the Junior high building. All mothers ot pupils entering this school, and old members, are 'urged to attend. 'Members of the Mo-j ftrr ived bevcral flays ago ana j John Elmer, EMI of ".Mr. and Mr=. executive board will meet In the | S now n t the home oi her sister, ] j H _ Workman is seriously 111 at principal's office at- 2:45. I M rE . L. H. Moore, for the school : u , clr hra| . |( . on Wa i mil t[ Mrs. Mitt Monaghan Jv., is hav- i veEr Jackie Infirt 'on of i«g a-bridge party. ^ j Mrs. Jack Hill, of St. Louis, was | Mrs D ' w ' Spencer IE ir the guest of Mr. und Mrs. _E. C. j ^ f j w { aw nll , CfSi mother of Mr. with tliem. -- - Austin Kills transacted liutineu Miss Mary Mcilancy of Kenncll, h , st lx)1|ts rhursday and Friday. lnu-J • !••«». rf • •• v -- I Mo., arrived bevcral days ogo^ and -i_. .- Hclder-SUIlwvIL ) Announcement was made today by Mrs. Vernlc 6U11 well of Hie marriage of her daughter, Ruth, to : Ir. Clavcnce Holder, the wedding 1 ••- ing taken place at Luxora Ju 1 The Rev. L. O. McCrackci: ; - tor of the Methodist church. • ••- Jormed the ring ceremony iu <.;• • home: • • An attractive navy and white ensemble, made with a short coat, was worn by the bride for the marriage ritual and her close fitting bakou straw hat had moire ribbon for Mo trimming while her other accessories were In the same contrasting shades. Mr. and Mrs. Holder left yesterday for a bridal trip to ponn. ol Indiana where they will visit relatives- of the bridegroom and upon-their return they irtll reside with the bride's mother for the present. Both-are well know, Mrs. Holder hating lived 1 here for 12 years. Her liter education was obtained at Draughn's Business college at 'Memphis and she has been associated with the flprd Motor company' for u number of years. _S.ie moved to Blytheville from county, Missouri. Mr. Holder, who Is the son Elbcum for the weekend She is I Mlss'opal Wall hn'd'as hcristicsH also visiting relatives in Osccola for I Su: Dent 01 Mr."and"Mri'. H. C. Holder, also Jong time residents of Blytheville, is connected with the Chicago Mill and Lumber corporation. * • • • Anthony-Urn*'.. . ! A marriage license was .Issued Saturday, to Miss Unlce V. Lyanc and Mr- .Jolui L. Anthony, both of Leachvnle. • • • * Files-Brown. Miss Irene Brown and Mr. Earnest Files, both of Manila, obtained a marriage license here Satur- Laccr-Ilenlcy. A marriage'liceuse was obtained here Saturday by Miss Dixie Henley und Mr: Arthur Lacer, both of Holland. Royal Neighbors To Meet Tonight ' The local chapter of Royal Neighbors, which has not'been meeting several weeks. Oscar Fcndlcr of Manila loll Saturday for Cambridge, Mass., where he will enter the law department of Harvard after graduating from Ihe university of Arknn- isas In June. He was an honor Undent at that school. C. G. Hires and W. II. Stovall li-.ivo gone to Dayton, O., for several days business trip. Mrs. J. C. Buchanan and daiigh- er, Frances Helen, have moved to Paikiii where Mr. Buchanan Is in Ihe Chevrolet business. Garner Appleton and John O'Brien spent Sunday In Memphis whcro they accompanied Mr. Ap- ileton's niollicr who was the guest cf Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Chnmblln and lamlly for several weeks. Boynkln Rives, Jr., of -Parkin, was the guest of his parents for the weekend. Misses Virginia and Louise Dourland, Marjoric Stewart and lilira- bt'th Hives spent the weekend In I'aingould as guests of Miss La- Venic Armstrong. Mrs. Willie at Rcelfoot I. Mr. and Mrs. A. Conwny to Charleston, Mo., Sunday for the nuay. V.t. and Mrs. i'. Miss Mnud Alice Hcusley was honored with n handkerchief shower at the home ol Mis. Frank Jordan on Walnut sir., t'rlday cvv- nlnij. Miss Beasley left Sail relay to enter school at the University ot Alabama. Mbs Harel Mulllns was a visitor here Saturday inoinlng while cn- routa to Uiylhcvlllc. Mr. and Mrs. Cl'.arleton Ccanc jr., and Mr. George Sliumblln of Ulylhcrlllc were the 1 guests of .Miss Huby Spencer Timrsday nlflil. Miss Mildred VIck Is very 111 at her home here. • Mrs. Ainu Grlssom transacted business In ISrasjg City Thursday morning. Misses Sis Michle and Mnry Martha Chambers were visitors her? Friday momlng. Mrs. Ha/.el Ellis and son. Jackie, spent Thursday anci FVlday will' relatives at Cmilhcrsville. Miss Helen Taylor was shopping In Hlylhcvllle Tuesday nlleruoon. Miss Evelyn lilggail und Hucilcy Limbaugh nre alcnding high school CaruliiersvHlc was UUIIB. I ... 2 M. Cox was a visitor j h "C this term. Lake, Tcnn., Sunday. Carl Hailey of Carut. irs. A. Conwny motored " 'visitor here Saturday in the summer months, will have on Important session tonight, 7:30 o'clock; to which all members nre i lc ^ invited: . visiting day. Mrs. J. W. Morse returned yesterday from Eureka Springs, Ark., where he spent two months. Mrs. Victor Bmy und son have arrived home after several weeks stay in Pine Bluff. Mr. Bray, who went over on business, will return Thursday. Miss Pauline Johnson, who visited relatives and friends in Blylhc- vllle for' the past few weeks, returned to her home in Memphis yesterday nftrnoou accompanied by Carl Davis and Herman Turnage of Blytheville. They motored over. Miss Elizabeth Ely the is 111 at her home on Walnut :street. P. E\,CooJoy-is' attending la bus- ines sin ffjfe&ol*} today. l(U5s{l!'"'Bu>iiette, Instructor 'n piano a( the University of Arkansas, and Joe Wallace, also of Fay- ciUville, have arrived for n week's vacation with Mr. Bnrheltc's par- Mrs. W. A. Little was the guest, ot Mi'o. Roy Marshall Thursday. Misses Golden und Helen Marshall have returned to Memphis nfler a week's visit with their parents. Helen Is employed at Brys' and Golden is uUeixHiiE cchcol. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Matthews re the prouil parents tif a sun, born Thursday. Miss Mary Lon McDaniel. who lias been attending business col- Presbyterian church, and Dr. Samid Jockcl oi San Antonio, Texas, wi:o is conducting an evangelistic meeting in lilytlicvlllc. Mrs. Cicorge F.drlnglcn, chairman of the Auxlliaiy, presen'ted Rev. Davis with a generous purse on behalf of the organization as a token cf appreciation for his work \iith ilia Auxiliary this summer. Rev. Davis will le-;ive In a few dnys for Union Theological Seminary at Richmond, Va.. to icsnme studies leading to ills graduation at the close of this teini. » » • Miss Virginia Smith, daughter of Mr. ar.ci Mrs. E. R. Smith, will It'avo Tuesday for Columbus, Miss, to attend M. S. C. W. thin term. Mrs. J A. Mcran, who has been visiting her mother, Mn. Jodirtlil Wallace, and her sister, Mrs. Lalah E.vlft in Oiceoh. returned Saturday to her haint in Springfield, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hughvy ol Memphis spent the week-end with their parents, Mr. aiid Mrs. J. H. "! Lovewell in O.sccola, their smal daughter. Si'.c CLiy. who has been Osctola for ihu past week, re turning with llicm. Mr. and Mrs. Frank William and small .son, Lan, returned • thi'lr home in Little Rock tuda, after a week's visit with Mr. Wil- li-.iins' parents, Mr. anil Mrs. J. L Williams, in O.weola. Judge and Mri. W. H. Tnyloe o Unie.ntu-.vii, Ala., arrived Fikla.v f-,'i n ten day's visit with their niece.". Mri. Joe Crumcr, and Mrs. Chas Lowrancc Jr., in Osceola. Basil Scgravcs jr., will leave Wed nesday to re-enter Southwestern University at Memphis, where will bo a sophomore this year. Maurice Nicklcs lull a fev.- day ago to .resume his stiiiiies in th ileiital department of Ihe University of Tennessee nt Memphis. Miss Alberta Slier run of Market Tree was the ynest of Mr. and Mrs Chas. Lcwrancc jr., and D. Fro' Taylor Jr., last week Henry Gay ol Lopaiuo spcn Sunday in Osceola und played th pilM! oigan at the evening scrvic at the First Baptist uhurch her Hunaiiy evening. Mr. Guy, who an accomplished organist, is :i fre nnent visitor at Osccola churc survlccs. Oleander Jones left a few days ago to resume studies nt the Tt'xn'i Denial college in Houston, Texas. He was accompanied by Hubort Hairison of Houston, also a student riiree New Films Provide Good are For Autumn Movie Bill ongs, while we thought some could oslly liavc been eliminated, never «come boring. Miss MacDonald is qually as lovely and her voice if very bit as good as in "The Love 3 arade." And Buchanan proves ilmself very capable In this type 1- picture. Fun in a I'tnltentiary In direct contrast to "Monte ^arlo" Is. 'The Rap," Laurel and iardy's first feature length talk- ng film. No, lliese comedians have not given up the Idea -of making v.'o-reelers. They merely wanted to ixperlment with a full-lcneth fllm ,o .sec how Hie public would like hem. If the preview audience the other night can bs taken as a standard, the two comics have nothing ,o worry about. "The Rap" Is a satire on "The Big House," one of the most successful dramatic films of the year, but it's a question In our mind as 0 which will do the biggest business. As a rule a prison setting In itself is sufficient to kill almost any comedy because there Just Isn't anything funny about being in prison—and II you don't believe that, Iry racing a speed cop some time. However, Laurel and Hardy seem to have their own method of having fun wherever they may bs, and a prison is no exception to the rule. Hokum, liul Entertaining If you like (brills and aren't too particular about the hokum that is jnjcctccl into a picture. "The Sea God" should give ycm a good evening's entertainment. The story is that of a young sailor and trader in the South Seas who is sort of a bum—that is, a nice movie bum Of course there is a villain, too, who tries to win the girl but can't. And there is a race for new pearl Jiclds which provides a setting for all kinds of exciting events. [Uchatd Arlen plays the vole or the youthful trader, and of courcc he gets the girl, Fay Wrny, in the end. Aden always gets his girl these days, {f quality in acting means anything, he deserves her, though. The third principal character Is a newcomer to the screen, Robert Gcckler, who has the rankings of a very good screen villain. you A bread slicer. which ^'iH'cul iread inio slices of unifonn thick- icss not only saves time and en- ergy but also prevents waste In bread. Slices arc never too thin nor too thick for use. The slicer may be regulated until you get the thickness which you want, after which you merely slice evenly. These slicers are especially popular in making sandwiches. They arc small enough to Le used at the table also, If you prefer to en', bread as It is needed. TERIiE HAUTE, Iiui. (Ul>>— Frank McCoy, 15, Sullivan, tojk :\ high altitude airplane ride in celebration of his birthday and in un effort to improve his hearing. Jciini-ltc Mai'Oonald, slur of "jMonlc Carlo." Inset are Stan Laurel (Ml), \vliQ appears with Oliver Hardy :hi the feature-lensth "The Hii|i." ;iwl Kichard Arlen, starred in "The Sea God." lege nt Cliilllcotlie. Mo., Is visiting her parents, VJr. and Mrs. J. R. McDaniel. hj: .hall has recently been re- ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. uurncttc Mrs. E. M. McCall and daugh- Jane, wlio linvc been relatives at. Drcwryville, modeled. » *. • Ulmc'r-.YMi. Miss' Alline Voss, • of Blytheville and Conway, and Mr. Coleman Clyde' Ulmer of this city were married at-Marlon Friday afternoon by the Rev. E. K. Seffell. The double ring cieremony was solemnized at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. E. K. Sewell who are intimate frlendi of the ibride's family. Mr.', and Mrs.. Ulmer are now at home-at the Goff hotel. "The-bride, who is a member o: the Sudbury grammar school faculty, has spent the past three -years in the city and the bridegroom came'.here from Louisiana seven months ago. He is manager of the UlmetlLoan association. Mrs.-Uhner, who'*'the daughter of Mrs.' J. D. Voss of Conway, is a graduate of Central college ot that city and later attended the ! University of Arkansas. Payctte- vilie, 'Peabody college 'at Nashville and the State Teachers college at Conway. She" spent the summer at hnme and was met in Memphis Fr: lay by A!r.~ Ulmer, • To Tell of Trip to European .Countries. A tifief account of two n-.civ.'-.-: spent .in Europe by Mrs. H. L. IU-\ o'.ds, president of the Business aid Professional Women's club, will Va., for two months, arrived homo vwierday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor had as their guests for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. McGoy, of Lake City. Mrs. Hurry Klrby and Elton Kirby spent Sunday in 1'aragould. B. A. Lynch is accompanying hi? son, Bert Jr., to Columbia, Mo., Is entering the state They nre leaving to- Osceola Society—Personal Members of Four in the dental college, who hns been nis BUOS'., during Hie summer months. Louise Jones, (laughter ot Mr. ami Mvs. H. II. Jones, entered Jonesboro Baptist college today. Table Bridge club were delightfully entertained when Mrs. Guy Bryant was hostess to the club und several guests at her home here Saturday afternoon. | Following the afternoon nt auction delicious refreshments were seived and high score club prize was 'awriKled Mrs. E. S. Driver. Mrs. H. L. CJuinn won high score guest prize and Mrs. R. S. Wilson Hospital Notes Patients admitted to the Blyihe- Vilje hospital yesterday ami today: Mrs. 0. H. Burns, city; Mrs. Wil- iiiud Washburn. C'arulUrvsvil!?. Mrs. J. H. Nicholson, Hayti, \ dismissed. Ily DAN THOMAS | N'L'A Service Writer ' HOLLYWOOD, Calif.-- Business Is picking upon moviana's "While Wiij"—which is just another way ot faying that cinema audiences Ere due lor some good enterUiin- mcnL tills tall. During the last week I hive "caught" previews of thrc 1 ; pictures, all of them good. Ttiese, three pictures arc really \voi\h seeing; "Monte Carlo." "Tile Rap." : "The Ssa God." "Monte Carlo" is Ernst Lubitsch'j latest contribution, ami a very worthy or.e, too, as is nearly everything directed by this master mind. .The film is very.much pn I lie order o! '"Hie Love Parade, 1 ' in which Lubitsch directed Manrice Ch'.-v.illc-r, only Jack Buchanan, prominent English actor, has the leading vcle in:it. Jr., of Enrle cut consolation, sides Mrs. Wilson, who was Hethe where he university, night. The Rev. C. Gricr Davis, who is conducting Hie music at the First Presbyterian church evangelistic meeting, is in Memphis today. Portls Turrcnline left today for guest ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .[. L. Williams, last week, other out of town guests were Mrs. Prank Williams of Little Rock, also visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams, and Mrs. W. II. Tnyloe of Uniontown, Ala., who is the guest ol Mrs. Chas. Lowrance jr., and Mrs. Joe Cromer. • » * Mrs. O. E. Ma.vcnelll entertained the two table bridge club But, being a musical production, c doubt very much if "Mome Cari" wi|l ue a box office success de- pile its high quality. For some ca son—obviously umber of poor because musical of the films— heatergoers seem to be stecriii!; lear of this type of production liese days. However, the music as well ns tin tctitig in tills film are handled a only Lubitsch seems capable - of laudling them. There is one so cclioii. which Jeanctte MacDonald sings to the accompaniment of ipecding railroad train, that really is marvelous. And the olhci Nearly Killed By Gas-Druggist Saved Her 'Gas on my stomach was so bad it nearly killed me. My druggist tcld me about Adlerika. The gas is gone now and I feel fine."Mrs. A. Adatnek. Simple glycerin, buckhorn, saline etc., as mixed in Adlerika. help: GAS on stomach in 10 minutes Most remedies act.on lowor bowe only, but Adlerika acts on BOTH upper and lower bowel, removiii] poisonous waste- you never ktic\ was there. Relieves constipotioi in 2 hours.. It will surprise yoi City Drug Store..—Adv.—No. 4. School children iced plenty of nourishment-• pasteurized milk provides pure, wholesome food. P Bennett's J asteurizeU MILK IS PURE Phone 74 Delivered Before Breakfast his home in Detroit, Mich., titter j (() wll | ch s(le belongs and an extra visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hale I lal)lc ot gllcs i s a t i lcr ncw i )0 me and other relatives for two week?, i He is going home by the way ot Memphis for n brief visil. Charles Juden of Cape Girardcju is a business visitor in the city. Mrs. R. D. Bandy and daughter, c, of Newport, are guests ol Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Patlou and family West Hale avc. Hich score prl?X!s were won by Mrs. L. D. Mns- sey and Mrs. H. L. Driver. Mrs B. F. Butler cut consolation. Delicious refreshments were served In two courses following the same. Guests besides tlir club members were Mesdamcs Ben Butler. H. L. Dtiver. Chas. Coleman, J. L. Ward ; Reynolds, who was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Louis Hlnkle ol Kansas'City, arrived homo Sunday evening. Gerjnany, France, SwitMrlanu, for a week. _. _ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Applcbaum, | \v "j." siieddan and L. Huwton. accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. K. j ... M. Jstle of Osceola and Joe Ap- | MrE p p j ;1C obs cntertaiiiNl plcbaura. motored to Paragould for j cj] j ht (r | cll(!s nt contract bridge at Sunday* Wlndovcr Terrace, her country Miss Sara Lang has arrived home homc sol|lh 0[ Osceola I'riii.iy ;if- from a summer's trip to Dc-lroSt. tcihoon, the number including h.'r ! New York and other i>oints of in- i j,:.^,.,. M rs Georgia Williamson <r i t"rest in the north and cjst. j Memphis, who was her guest lusl I Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Fox spei't; , A - cc jt illK i MI<^ Alberta Slicrron ot l;-.c week-end m Huinboldt, Temi.. j _ Mnr j; c( i Tree mid Mrs. W. H. T;\y- loc of Unlomown, Ala., who wcic guesls of Mrs. Chas. Luwrancc jr. Delicious refreshments were scrv- i cd folbwing Ihe game and hisUi ' score prize awarded Mrs. Chas. I/owrtmcc jr. leatuco: the program of that group j ^.1^ j[ r Fo> ..,. mo uier. in its;meeting this evening. Mrs.| Mr a j 1(1 Mrs Marvin Chaiwllc spent Sunday in Memphis visitmr, their mother, J. H. Stewart, i who is there cnroute r.omo alter visit m I'ulsa, Okl.i. fe'ie will rs Italy,.Holland, Belgium and England -were visited by Mrs. Rey- ^ nolds^vho was one of the party f j ^ 50 members of the organization who made the southern trip cn- roule"\o Geneva wliere an intcr- r.atloiii organization was formed. turn home next week. There-lwcre also two other parties of Sales members present who took other lours before going the usual sightseeing there. Besides trips vjhich feature a visit abroad, Sirs. Reynolds and other member.. of her. party were entertained by Dr. and Mrs. John T. Allisnu of Chicago, who are vifitini; rclalivii Sere, have gone to Mtnv.phij today. Vinton Bass was r visito; i:i Msmpliis for Ihe week-end. Elcue Tyronn spent Sunday in Paragould. S. D. Cnrpcnter ot Occola. county agrlcultura'. agent. \vis :. business visitor in the city IcKlay. Miss Cora I.ce Cnlcman was Hie i |. lway , guest of Mrs. J. Y. Jones in "- ceola for the week-end. Mrs. Cecil Lee, ot Twenty-live members oi the Ladies Auxiliary of the TiM i'r.'sby- | ltri;m churcli -here we're lui.-u-s::- Ifiubls at a tarcwcll parly U-micrcd I Rev. Grier Davis, who Ins tervo.i the Osccoln rhurcli as ]i:ibtor i' ini: llie summer montlis. The i«rty was given at the luinv ol Mrs. L. G. Cleerc ami the-cut"-' also included (he Ret. M.ir.-.h C.it pastor uf the Blyll:e-vi!' spent the week-end Popular Powder of Beautiful with Mrs i United. States ambijeadovs to .•-"'-, ^ or ; c "w. DilUlnmty and fninuy. ri>M , Ucs wllo Bllarll t hci r complex eral foreign countries and highly ghe waa acco mpanicd here by Miss- I, MELLO-GLO Fare 1'ow- UnportjUit European citizens who „ Rcbccc;l al:J Jennie Wren 1511- ^ onl FMn<m!> tar p ,,rity_iis are inleresteo in th|: business wo- i ahun ty and Son Dillahuity who | colonns ltlMfr is approved by tl-.e riien of tte world. hai l te m visiting her for a week. | governmcn (. TIic skin never looks HUtfTSVILLE, Ala., tUP)-, SH ELBYVILLE. Ind. (UP>-Mr?.! FmVothK- niid'produces"a" \o\M\iu\ . Thieve^ robbed the Madison county j Cari wosiefer received 13 cards oi H) ic0 m. 'Made by a new Frem-:i courthouse of $15 here rcccnlly, ] one 5^ the perfect bridge hand. |p r< . CCM _ MELLO-GLO Faco Pow- Probat*' Judge Thomas W. Jones ji n a gam » w )t!i her son, Clem Wol- (j cr 5 > a y s O n longer, iiirby Drug Co. reporftd^to the sheriff's office. 1 5 i eler , The cards were diamonds | Adv.-No. ' UNTIL SEPT. 30th. Delivered in Hlyllieville Duiitif: per Ton Push. LAY !N YOUR WINTER'S SUPPLY NOW R. R. Sts. Phone 123 DCLLAC may be said to have certain electrical characteristics It passes rapidly into circulation/ It is . almost always sufficiently hot to require well insulated pockets. But,above all, it represents power — the most important Idnd of power — buying power and, probably for that reason, it is call-, ed "almighty." t No can spend a dollar without some small fraction of it being represented by an electrical cost. This is the indirect contribution which electricity makes in its use by industy, to the manufacture or refinement of everything usecHo sustain life and to add 'to its comforts and luxuries. At the same time it lias done its share toward a reduction in the cost of production and distribution, thereby helping, to bring many of these thing's within the reach of all of the people. The steady reduction in the average unit cost of electricity has been one of the most important factors in our economical and industrial progress. Arkansas-Missou Power Co. ri "At Your Service"

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