The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 2, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 2, 1934
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BLYTHBVILLK, (ABK.) COURIER NEWS ' MONDAY, APRIL 2, Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Dance at Woman's club. 'TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Hunter C. Sims having Tuesday Contract club. Young Matrons club f mccl with Mrs. Lloyd Slickmon. Elmwond Cemetery association having chicken dinner In Sudbury building. City council P. T. A. meeting 9:30 a.m. Slated meet ing Easlcrn S'.ar, 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Delphian meeting at Ilolel Noble, 9:30 a.m. Sudbury P. T. A. executive board meeting at 2:30 P. M , followed by program meeting at 3:30 P. M. Bible study or Church of Christ meeting with Mrs. E. K. Alley. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Bingo party at social hall Jl Church of tlic Immaculate Concep lion, 8 P. M. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Elmwood Ccmclcry a^soriaiio: meeting with Mrs. W. A. Sllekmon entered the Wnnl hoirn' Ihe guests! fliowerrd her with pink rose points.! The fcrlde's seal was inuhr :i lar,-;c canopy umbrella Irom which hum; Ihe gifts, Afler llin!) had presented IILT with a silver clioji kemp was soleninlzi';! In Memphis I'lat; llic other presents were open- Smulay morning with llir Rev. 1 od. assisted by her mother, Mrs. Mr. Kcmplincs, iinMor of Ihe Sue- I E. M. Terry. \1iss Virginia Terry Weds Rcnkcrt Wclcnkcmp Tlic mairianc o( Mtss Virginia Terry and Mr. Henkert Welcn- 'led Heart chinch, ruin ritual al ivctory. in the presence oi mem- of Mr. Wclcnkemp's family. Ihe bride wore n llnce piece Hie I Tile living runm \vn.s also deco- o'clock ill ilic rated will) baskets oi pink ini'l Bik oj Netcs Mostly Personal Miss Ruth Whitwovlli Weds Mr. Robert Clifford Joynei Miss RuUi Whitworlli tacani the bride ol Mr. Robert Cliflor Joyner in n ceremony solemnly at five o'clock Sunday aftcrnoo at Ihe First Methodist church. Th Rev. R. J. Hunter, pastor of 111 First Presbyterian church of Ui: ion City, Term., read the rln ceremony before an assembly whlc included a large number of out o town people. The choir loll and allar of U church were decorated.lo risen)I: t-gardcn in the spring Urn? wh baskets of Hollywood roses and ga'rdenlas as a background ' for silver bowls of yellow forsylhia and splrea. These were flanked with Calla lilies and ferns. Groii|is oi ivory lapcrs hi candelabra lighted the churcli. while gliulloll mid nnd Mr. and Mi:,. I'nd W. Si-hat/. i>l Helena, .spcnl la.M mxht hfro en ronlB home Irom Calm, 111-. glllUlUll Illlll MlillKII.lK 011 - 1 I . / Calln lilies. Refreshments where they vlslleil rcl:ilivcs for were- served in the dining ,.il of poudrc bine collon Unit I whore the same color mollf was In blue find while shoes and her I uwd. There were lilk-s on the and olher occcssories in while, bullet und llic. cvnlcrplcce for er shoulder corsage was of pink the. luce covered table was Ivory iscs and valley lilies. Her only attendant arman Taylor, us .matron of hon- r. who wore 11 fiock of poudru ne flowered crepe wllh n tualrl)- ii: coal. Pink and while roses nd frcsla formed her corsage. Mr. Oscar Ilardaway wns Mi 1 . ViMcnkemp's l>cst man. was a wedding breakfnsl erved in I hi- 'Punipclan loom of be Hotel IValwdy iK'fore Mr. mid Irs. Wetciikanip Icll, by train, lor ^ew Orteanv Afler a week they ,111 !)<• nl home In 111 iparliucnts on Wcsl Ash slrcet. The nllrnclive bride is Hie only daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. M. Terry. She attended the Unlver- ,ity of Arkansas where flic majored in piano nnd Is :i member of llic Pi IScla Phi sororlly. The bridei;room received Ills Inl- r educallon at Christian llrolh- crs College, Memphis, where he. lived before 'coming here several years ngo lo become connected with Hie O. O. Hardaway Cotton company. H is she son of Mrs. Claire Wclenkamp, of Memphis. lirlde Complimciileil. Mrs. Henkcrt Wclenkiimp. who before her marriage yeslcrdaj Mitt Virginia Terry, wns the gnrsl of honor al a shower anil ten giv- roses and valley lllivs In n silver wns Mis. low bowl which harmonized with Ihe silver service. Mis. McHniiey and Mrs. Ellis poured leu nnd collet: and Misses Frances Mcllaney nnd flladys Hnihnm wrvMl rolled sandwiches, ticxl with pink ribbon, minis, sjilt- cd nuts and individual pink cakes Ths favors were miniatme bridal bouquets Lleil ribbons. ' Wrildlng P;iity <jivcn Ward I Dinner I'arly At hrivrr. Mr. and Mis. John WhUworlh entertained inemb.'is of Hie .loyncr- Whllworth wedding parly with n dinner last, evening nt lliclr country liomc ill Driver. 12 guests wen? served a Easier. Mrs. W. 8. I,aii;;don was called to Memphis inrtuy by 111-' crlllcal illness of Charles liarlliolomcw, youngest son of Mr.' nnd Mrs. llj-run Bartholomew. Welch ros- tcr motored her down. Mrs. W. II. Tinnier nnd son, Jimmle, returned lo Helena loduy afler a two weeks stay wlili relatives. Kir. Tunii'jr motored over yesterday lor ll'.eni. Herman Peck rrtmni'd last night from Sparks Hill. 111., where was called because of the critical illness of Mrs. Peck's srandmo- lier. Mrs. Peck and son remained or :i longer slay Mrs. Usrry U. Hronks. ,lr., am daughter. Virginia \Vallon, nriurd lo Ibcir home in Memphis this afternoon after spendim; Easier with Mrs. Brooks' mother, Mrs. Allan Walton. E. H. Dciieltc and daughter, la- Vellc. iclurncd last night fiom en Snlurday' altenxion by Mines. I o'clock, at the high school audit- John C. Mcllaney, Jr.. J. C. Ellis.' ""' Ihrce course menu al a labli: wliich had a low bovi-1 of Jonquils and violets for llic centerpiece. Yellow lapcrs were ul each end of Ihe table. Immediately afler Ihe pail) Mr. and MIT;. Joyner left for llieli honeymoon. Cily Ciiui:rll*r. T. A. Will Klci-l Oirk-iTS. Thir cily eouncll of Hie Parcnt- 'IVacliC-r associations will liavc the annual election of ofllceis in a meeting Tuesday morning, 0:30 Sparks Hill. where they visited oi him. As the guests assembled Mrs P. B. Wood, sister of the bride, p|ayed. "I Hear A Thrush Al Eve", and accompanied .Mr. Wcoct who sang. "Until". Mrs. Wood wore gray sheer crepe and a shoulder corsage of pink roses Lohengrin's wedding march heralded the wedding parly ;md during the' ceremony "Ah Sweet Myslers of Life" and .'.Traumer!" wer played. The bride's maids. Mrs. H. J. Hunter of Union City, sisler of Ihe' bridegroom, and Mrs. Roy A. Dean, ol Monroe, La., lit the tapers. Mrs. Hunter wore a rose beige frock of flal crcpc with brown accessories and Mrs. Dean wore a green rough crepe frock with black and gold accessories. Pink roses and valley lilies formed Iheir shoulder corsages. Miss Minnie Matthews, maid of hoiife'ri, wore .a rose Bagdad sheer drefii" Irirnmed wilh an organdza bow' ^t the throat and fagoting • across the waist. Talisman roses. tied with moire ribbon in TalUnia shades, formed her arm bouquet The bride's dress was of acrjua marine green rough crepe, cut George W. Harbam and I, 1... Ward and Miss Gladys Barham at the' iVard home. Sixty-five guests attended the aflnlr. -j-| ]c escorted to the parly by Miss Gladys Biirluun who gave her a raincoat nnd umbrella because of the "shower". As she ner of Union City, is Ihe local repri'iintatlvii ol Ili-j Reynolds Packing company. He icceived his later education at the University of Tennessee Junior college nl Martin. Among out ol lowu guests who allendcd llic wedding were.: and Mrs. ^ob^It Cllllord Joyner. Mrs. Sid Rilny. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Joynir. Mr. and Mis. Charles Huppner. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bral- icn nnd children, Mr. Leonard Plicbns nnd children. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ren. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Dement. 1r. and Mrs. Henderson Hudson. Mr. and Mi nid Mrs. W. O. Reynolds. Louis Biaham, Miss Marjorle Odell. Will lustiii Nailing and Jam?s Masscy. II of Union Ci'.y. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Child. Sherroil Barnelt am! Dix- cn Jenkirs, all of Pfintgoiild. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore, Jack Moon: The Proper Thing" Mr. and Mrs. L. AY/lllTIirR linve you ROII ** Sinin or SinpitfrcV I've "ul sfdi you anywhere l : orn uLoiilli or mote. ]\f AYIII-: you are ill ... hill Ilicn 11 You ran Id Id mo know. If you're on! of town, cjn't you Wiilu loU-ll me so'/ II-' you're working hard you should ^ Ndlify me, <U';ir. .lusl »liy jou In"'*. 1 shiytil away lyi'l very clear. ou s-'iicl you'd see me ™on Hut Ibv "iiys have mi acd lo weeks. . . Vl'lKll's iKCOill!- Of YOUV Little j University at St. Louis, Js at home al days lor the Easter holiday. Ruck Saturday after seve Miss Man' Elhle Taylor, who vibil wllh Mr. and Mrs. Clarence las been miiic ill several weeks, Judi;e,Ci. !•:. Keek and his court stenographer. H. ('•• I'nvtlow, went Society — Personal Rock, who wti here for a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. John White, vas compSraented Friday afternoon when Mrs. Godfrey WJiit* entertained twenty guests at her country home north of town; Mrs. C. K. Richards of St. Louis, visiting her sl3Ur-ln-Uw, Mrs. C. B. Driver, was among the guesU at a party lo which Mrs, Guy Bryant was hostess Thursday afternoon, and - the two shared honors with Mrsll Guy Butler, over for n few days' from Lcpanto .olo visit Mrs. Ben Butler, when Mrs. Frank Williams entertained twelve friends informally at her home Thursday evening. s. Masscy's guests included besides the honoree. who was pre- senled a favor, Mrs. Welby yoiujg, who won high score prize, Mrs. W. J. Driver, who cut consoiat- lion prize, Mrs. W. J. Driver, who cul consolallon favor, Mesdames P. A. White, A. W. Bowcn, James Driver, C. B. Driver, C. K. Richards, G. A. Robinson, Ruth Car- sey won the men's hi(h KDK prize and Mrs. Snert wii- tmjtufcd a gift. members of the Thundty tarid;e Mrs, S»m Jl. fnttrtiined lysle. Hayes Gowen and D. S Laney. At Mrs. P. A. White's party Mrs. Masscy was winner of high score prlae, Mrs. E. R. Smith Jr. club at a four table party at her home here. Mrs Joe Hires was winner of hieh score club prize, Mrs. Buy Bryant won high guest prize and Mrs. C. E, Sullenger cut consolation favor. • • * Mrs. Geo. Ad*ms of Little Hock, who came eartj lad. week with her small daughter, Jane, for a .visit with her mother, s Mrs. John White. was joined by Mr. Adams for the Easter week-end. John- Btaford White, who goes, to school In Little Rock, came over with Mr*. Adams. They will return to Little Hock Monday. Mrs. Guy Bryant and Mrs. Sam B. Coble were Memphis visitors Friday. J. K. Richards of St. Louis joined Mrs. Richards here for a brief visit Thursday and Friday. Mrs. cut consolation favor and honoree was presented a the gift. Mrs. Deacllc's molhi'r who Is cill- tcally 111. Mrs. Deaeltc remained \[\\}W i':!l UHrr-Tjn there. Margaret Ann, Iwo year daiighler of Mr. and Mrs. FranK Wilson, is seriously ill from pncu- „. D. Chamblinlpiumd by Miss Mary Vaughn Pra- und tons, Jack and Don, spent ;llu'i'. of Hicknuin. liy., who will be Sunday in Memphis. Mis. W. A. Cilius. of Flint, Mich-, hns gone lo Cnruthersvillt; und. . . i'orlageville niter having spent lwo|(o Cornins today for Hie regular weeks here. Hubert Doyh 1 . who lias hi of lei'iu of civil conrl. Thomas I 1 . .Pollard business here lo i.scveral months, : clly, Cal.. is expected to return hns gone lo Chicago whom he here. Indny after visilin*.; in Mon- plans In make his home. | eitc. He is the giifM of his ,son. Mrs. Harry Ogle spent yo.stmlay \v. J. i'ollard. nnd Mrs. Pollard, in Memphis with lier daughler, I Waller Doweli jr.. sjienl tlic ycveral allrnclive visitors, shar- iug honors willi n iwpnlar young matron, who leaves soon to make her home in Memphis, were Ihe Olher guests were Mesdames W. E. Johnson. Milton Pope, James Driver, Wclby Young, Hayes Gowen and D. S. Laney, and Miss Catherine Harwell. Mrs. Milttin Pope was high score winner al Mrs. Godfrey White's parly, Mrs. Frank Williams cut consolation favor and Mrs. Adams was presented a favor. Prize winners at Mrs. Williams' party were C. B. Driver and Mrs. Fay Henderson. Mrs. Guy Bryant's guests also included members of UK two table club to wliich she belongs.' The club prize was awarded Mrs. C. J. Lowrnnre Jr.. Mrs. D. S. Laney cut consolation favor and the Guest prize went to Mrs. C. K. Richards. Mrs. Sliced was again compli- I mented wlicn Mrs. A. W. Bowen j entertained members of the bridge I club to wliich Mrs. Snccd has be- I longed since she has lived in Oi- 'ceola. Husbands of Uie eight mem- jbcrs were also Mrs. Bowen's guests i completing a four table bridge parly which followed a six o'clock dinner. Mrs. E. R. Smith jr., was high score prize winner. Dr, L. D. Mas- Richards, win has been the guest of r\er mother-in-law, Mrs. Viola Ifchards, and lier sister-in-law, Mrs. C. B. Driver, this week, is returning to her home In St. Louis Monday. She win be mocoriipanled by Mrs, VloJa Richards and baby Anne Driver, who will be her guesls for ten d»ys. Mr. and Mrs. L, K. Gwallney and. their small son, Laniar, arrived Sunday night for a week's visit with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gwaltney and Mr. and Mrs J. L. Ward. Miss Bnrn» Cox is alttndlng the meeting of tri-state moUon picture exhibitors in Memphis loday. WOMAN'S WEAKNESS "Whnt is (lie k'st procedure of a best man in legard to Hie haiidlini; of the wedding ring?" The best man carries in his right hand wal.stcout ixwkel Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Van Eaton and!weekend nt. Walnut ,Ridge, Ark. family. She was accompanied by \ Lloyd Wnrd jr.. is ill at his! inspiration for a series ol parties Miss Mnrie Rlggens who visited .home on West Main street. - ;last week. Hollls Arc.liibald. I Billy Luwshe. who ntlenils Vun-1 Mrs. Theo. Snecd. who has lived Mrs. H. A. Lowery s\:enl Salur- ] cierbilt Univrrsily :>.l Nashville, :m Osccola for several yrnrs, while day in Memphis... JTnm.. is r.pendiiiK the Easier hoi- jher husband has been engineer in Mines Walker 11. linker. C. W. jidays ,ut home. |charge of government levee con- Atflick and Olto Knclilit/ky spent I Mr. and Mrs. Louie Waters nnd •strucllon, is moving wilh her fam- Satnrilny iu Memphis. jdnnylHer, of Memphis, spent Ihejily in April lo Memphis. She was Marl Williams is a patient at'weekend with Mr. Waters' mother, especially complimenlcd at parties) r _ the Memphis Baptist, hospital. Mr, Mrs. C. U. Walcrs., given by Mrs. L. D. Masscy and _ > . liw ii.mMte life." Tnd .Mrs. Dwigbl II. Dlackwoodl Duo Simlli. who is a student at (MIS. F. A. White. iVi%!zt' ulik" si'°'iiquld ii 60 Lwte "Now I'm the Picture of Health," Says Lidy After Tdking CARDUI Here is how Cardui helped an Alabama lady .... "I «jfl:red from pains In my back and sides," writes Mrs, A. G. Gray, of Cusseta, Ala. "1 was so thin "and weak! I read ol Cardui and decided to take It. I noUoed at once it wat help- Ing me. I kept Uking Cmrdui until I had finished fire bolttes. I gained. My health was much better. Now I am the picture of health. My color Is food «nd my weight increased." Thousands of women, testify Cardui benefited them. If it does not beneflt YOU, consult a physician. —Adv.3CP5 Mil. Will llilchtr ol Fijall. Ark. said: "My niMhec and 1 both toot Dr. FLcrrc's F:\vonle Pre- uii|«ion off ami ul] for » rnjml^r of years vrhtnertr u-c fell Ilie need ol & feminine tonic and it never failed to K' v c pe'^tsalls- ficlion. M&llier found thU same medicine benefited with a straight-line skirt. waist was trimmed wllh The tinj tucks around Hie neck, formiiij a collar effect, and tbe mesh be! was caught, with a silver buckle The full sleeves were tucked a the elbow, and then tight to Hi wrist. Her gray slraw lurbai had a nose veil and oilier ncccs sorte were in the same stinde. Her sheaf of Calla lilies were held with a bow of wide white cat in ribbon. Frank Whitworth gave his sister in marriage. Mr.••Milton Andrews, of Union City, served Mr. Joyner as b?;l man. The ;iBhcrs were Hill Copeland. Carlyle Kirkiand and Jnck Htir- dick, Jr.. all of Union Cily. Mis:; Leila 'Beck presided over I lie guest book... • After' a . honeymoon spent in Chattanooga and.other points of interest in Tcnnc.«c°. Mr. Joynei and his tride, will return home in a lev; days and will reside in the Wcslbrook apartments -on West Ash street, t-'or traveling Mrs. Joyner tvore a swagger suit of chartreuse woolen trimmed in black with black accessories and a shoulder corsage of roses. The bride Is the daughter o! Mr. and Mrs. Jose Erwin Whn- worth. Shs has. been the recipient of numerous popularity honors • including having tern selected a? the most popular girl in Mississippi county. Mr. Joyner. who is the son o! Mr. and Mrs. RcJbcrt Clifford Joy HIGH BLOOD 1'KESSUKK (Jtlick Rflicf, or Vou Only When Satisfied 11 you puffer from Ilish I!loo< Piessure. dizziness, ringing In 11, ears, can't sleep al nights, fee T.eak and shaky, l»d Usle. nrrv cus. II your hear', pounds nn you fear a paralytic slrokc. t tcmonslralc Dr. Hayes' prcscrip lion we will send you iiostpaid a regular $1 treatment on also lutely FREE TRIiU While It non-specific, manj- cases rcpoi remarkably n.uick relief; olle symptoms dimlnbh and nomn' tleep returns' willr.n 3 days. Contains no salts, physics, opiates or dope. 8»fe with any dlel. PAY NOTHING UNLESS GREATLY IMPROVED. Then send $1. U nol Improved your report \c,inccls charge. Write Dr. Hayes' Ass'n., 6S13 Coates, Kansss City, Mb. -Adv, wedding ring nnd in his left hand mil dniishlcr. Miss Virginia, re-, Ihe Dentiil pocket the fee for the clergyman. He Joins the bridegroom In the room set aside for their use nnd walks with him lo the s]x>l when (he marriage is to lake place. The t, mnn stands one pace Ijelthu Ihe bridegroom. Anticipaling Ihe moment thai the ring Is lo com equisition ha advances and places il In his friend's hand. the best man procures Ihe bridegroom's lull, and gloves for him and slips the envelO|>e ronlain- ing llic tee inlo the clergyman's hand. "Does n woman prcccd? or fol- lof her escorl flown a receiving ulhersilli', Miss Marjoric Doyle of HOW DO YOU LIKE YOUR GIRDLE 40 MEN IN THE ORCHESTRA 16 SINGERS IN THE CHORUS ANDRE KOSTEIANETZ, CONOUCTO* all but o e 1 o( brocade Whicheve- choose t'll be !^e bost •itlle r,vestr"e^t nun r and bum t'nat v^u eve- model The FAMOUS ,10 K Al'I'LBBAti.M MONDAY NIGHT AT WOMAN'S CLUB Good Music - $1 Couple DANCE Farmer* Tm Aajthtee in Monday ^kdnesday Saturday 8 o'clock in tne evening Columbia Stations Coast to Coast we hope you We always try to make Chesterfields as good a cigarette as Science and money can make them—in the hope that people will enjoy smoking them. may we ask you to try Chesterfield © 195<, Liwm T

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