The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 5, 1934
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BLYTHEVILLB, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1934 .Social Calendar BA.TUnDA'TS EVENTS Mrs. Chester Caldwcll and Mrs. yrod Sandcfur having bridge parly •t Country club at 2:40 p.m. Miss Jewel Skelton and Calvin Conlcy, both of this city, were iinil- ed in marriage yesterday afternoon in a ceremony performed at Ca- ruthcrsville, Mo. Mis" Sara McGregor was the bride's, only attendant and Webb I/>vcl»ce was the brirjegroom's best man. ; Mr. "Conley and his bride will make tlielr home with Mr. Conley's mother at Clear Lake. •i • • > Lobnuwter-Donelly. The marriage of Miss Mary D:n- elly aacl Nola Lebmastej, both ol this city, occurred here Monday wllh the Rev. J. L. Ncwsom. pastor of Hi? Second Baptist cmirch. reading Ihe. service. Announcement has been made ol the marriage of Miss Imogen? lirnd- ley and Ray Morgan, boln ol LVH. Tnc Rev. W. V. Womaek. pastor of the First Mcttodlst chim'h, said ilie service'Saturday, March 31. Have Sciivenjcr Hunt. ,,\ Misses Rulh aiid-Suo^TJull were hostesses lo 15 couples J f»r a scavenger hunt last cvcning-Avhlch look the guJSts over the city and nenrby thoroughfares In qucs'. lor the treasure. Tlie parly mudc up of Miss Ma Marie Samplc'.and Oscar Hardaway, Miss SunsVilut- Adams and Oarletxm Smith Jr., 1 ' ami Mr. and Mts. J. W. Adams, foltowil the clues riiost successfully aiul so won the box ol candy. The" hunt ended ut the home ol Miss 'Jaync Barnes wr.cre sand- wiclics and drinks were served. Included in ihe guests wen- Miss Maxim Brown of Luxora, and -Miss Julia Craig of Osccoln. Club lias Cunts. Mrs! Henry Humphrey and Mrs. Max t>- Miller jr., were guests of Mrs. Bob Wilks this week when (.he also had the Wednesday Bridge club (nembers for lunch and a bridge, game. In tr.e bridge gnmo wliicli fol- lowed'the serving ol a lu'o cours? menu,', Mrs. James n. iicll wen the prize. '. i * * * Senior Follks to Have ^Chores Numbers TherSenior class'•memorlnl follies "The Count of .Uiiaynix-,", to be giVen Friday emjijJEyfci,.?' 1 '' high ^school .auditormm.'.'Vili' be featured wilh" chorus' numbers under the direction of Miss Jane Ktehtitzky. The climax of these chorafes will be Ihc concluding n imber of the program a "Prosperity- chorus" o[ "We're March- Ing On Together." Miss Alia Mny G.irllngton o Searcy, Ark., who recently opened a class in dramatic art, is nsstH- ing Ui the production, which, is lo begin'.at 8 o'clock. Thompson-Scott Miss Maxinc Scott and Alii Thompson, both of Blylhevilk •were united in marriage last Fi day 'by Juslice E. D. Walker Tlie bride is the dnughlcr of Mr and Mrs. J. A. Scott and Mi Thompson is a deputy comtabl here. Biffuigton-CflUrTll A marriage license has been is sued to Miss Alia Luelenc Coltrel ' of Troy, Tenn., and Orville Uowc Buffington, of Blytheville. GEORGE SCARBO KNOCKED OUT S6\tN TlMES JlPRoFESfCWM- EN HE <t(A9 OK.YI5 fii'/s oj News Mostly Personal is leaving tomorrow lor Knoxville. Tenn, to resume her former posl- llon in tlie department of hygiene al ihe University of Tennessee. John Mahan, whose back was recently broken in nn eutnmohili; aceidenl, will nrrive home Friday from Ein Attaint. i:;a., ho.spila! where he has Iscen since the ac- eldciil. His moi-.ii-r. Mm. T. J. Mulian. went to Atlanta several "The Proper Thing" Mrs. F. ML Conlcy Dies News". The four page journal is filled with news of the school at Her Home Near Luxora ••»»' community wiui such tea- lures as editorials, feature sior- Mri. F. M. conley, 31-year-old !"' no , vvs fla ;* es ' Mdc !;'' scho °! wife of Merrill co:iley. died late hil m*nlnes -i<>kes, questions and i (lass aB". John will luive to remain (in Ills back for ten weeks : . nnd will have lo wear a cast for : nn Blended lime. J. L. Tyrone wenl lo Memphis ".Should a won.iaii lr;ux']lii£ will; iijidivii allow UKMH to make cc- Mrs. H. S. aiernlKMij wild son, MOOPE^NOTEO ". : "" !l1 ' i!wnt J' csl<; « l! 'y "' Mem- AS A HORTiCUiIuR-ST, Mr. ami Mrs. E. n. Dcactte and dau^liter, l^iVclle, went to Sparks Hill. 111., yesterday for Ihe funeral of Mrs. Deactte's mother. Jl. G. West, liu.s gone lldil: to IK with his mother, Mrs. Mary West, who Is crlllcally 111. Mrs. West had been 111 for several weeks bul her condlllon did not be- ciuic v<erloi].s uiHll a short lime ago. A daiiglilei 1 , Mrs. Abboll Kone, is Listt-iiing licme from England. .Mis. Frank Hlghflll and Mrs. II. , aceompanijd by Mrs. Hub- i bard lliahllll of CaiulhersvIHe, arc n'lidiiin today ill Memphis. Mrs. A. M. Butt and daughters. Mls«cs Rulh and Sue. are spt-nOlng inrlay in Memphis with Mr. and Mrs. Farnsworlh Ulaek and daugli- ler. H:;llv. Mr. and Mra. O. W. McCiilchon and daughter, Miss lletly. and Mrs. ; Anne Stevens I'otter will leave in :il«; mornlnir for Ixi.^ Anseles, Cal., .. | where 11::y wUI iillcnd Ihe nalion- i'al ecnveiitloii of theater owners. ' They plan lo be awny several weeks, numerous places of inlcr- esi in California and also going lo Asua Calicnle, Mexico, and the Calalinu Island. W. A. lilack Is spending this week n Memphis with his son, Farnsworth Black, and family. Miss Marl!:a Chftmlwrs has gone lo Mein|ihis where she will enter Miss Wylle's Business college and today for Ills dauehlei-, MLss Wh') underwent illl 0|HTHllOJI iqtiaiiuancc with oilier travelers?" Only when fellow travelers cn- conraiJe llic young ones, 'llie children hhnuld be instrneleil not to Intrude on others In any way. for appendicitis 'nine <lays ago al the SI. Joseph " "How inucli slimilil oiK 1 tip parl- LT.-I and dining car wailcrs?" Ten j:er cclU of the check ib tlie uMial custom in Ihc illning car. I'm- hiccplni; cnr porters Ihcrc is 110 rule, Hie Hinounl o( special nl- ft r> i o i i i tentiou inquired during the Jouv- Lily tirade Schools i ]«y infli^m-ina the amount o-f the Twenly-flve ccnls for each Honor Rolls Announced Tuesday following a three weeks HIK-SS at lier home near Luxora. Funeral services were held Wcd- ic.sday afternoon witli the Hev. J. 1 1'. llhodes ofliciatliii; and burla; was , made al N'orth Sawba eeinelcry. ' Moss Undertaking eampany was in charge of arrangements. The deceased b survived by lier husband, six children, her lather. J. T. James of thk city, and one brother, Cecil James. Reynolds Baby Dies James Reynolds. Infant win of ' : 10 L|Ulcj Jlonor rolls r or U,(. .soctind monlhi'!:>>• ol liie journey is adequate when llie'traveler has asked for no ial services. Osccola Society — Personal gelcn. The return trl[i will be made by a dlllcreul route. Delphian Fine Art Clob Metis Mrs. J. W. Meyer was leader < the program for the ''--Dciplila meeting Wednesday morning the Hotel Noble. Sho discussed the Dutch . crs in' which she told of the result of home life on dutch paii:lin:s and characterized the six notcd : "little dutchmcn." six- displayed a number of these pictures. Tlie life of Rambrandt was luk- en un:by Mrs. James 13. Clark who tokl of the outstanding achievements in his life. This club lias been invited to attend an art lecture at the Jewish Synagogue In Memphis on April II, 3 p. m. when Mr. Wal- Admisston will be 50 cents, son, of New Orleans, will speak. Mrs. A. W. Voiiiiij was el.Tlcd •Milk-ill of Hie Osccola WOBWIIS regressive club at the minimi elec- on of officers Tuesday. She MIC- cils Mrs. S. M. liodRes. other otters eljclcd were Mrs. 11. II. .roues, ce president: Mrs. Godfrey Wniv, rording secretary: Mr.s. W. .1 river jr., curre5]»inliiij; yci-'Uiry, Irs. G. I). S:grnvcs. iren.siircr; Mrs . L. Gladish, federation smelary; Irs.' I,. S. Mitchell, piirluunentai 1 111. ' n.rf. C. li^yai). Mrt". Young and Irs. HOs'lpfs ux-re named dcle^aU'.s .) allc-nd '.'.:<; Foni'si Clly District 'crieralion meeting In Helena on .prll 17 and 1H null new members dmlitcd to the elub during the '.isincss session were Mrs. A. I Jnrham, Mivs. J. YV. Cartwrigiu sr ml Mrs. IlusEcll Crockett. Coin- .litlees vcere named to arrange for •nlcrlainmciH of the county fed rallou on April 12. A program on tile American ionic was coiiducU'd by Mr.-.. C. li. 'crrin with a rciiind table discus .'.Oll on |!ic subject. "What R::mi!:l :Je Done to Improve the ypirilual Atmosphere of llu- llnint'.'' I ive yoiin:; pupils of Miss Calh- erlui! Harwell contvUnilect to II i iregram as ehoru^es. "Tl'.c Old Sp'.nnini; Wheel." "Old I!l:irk .IOL "Ilpmr Rwei't Hoaie." Tiie. v.ere Adele liook. Josephine Fra zier, Frances Jalti-, Mary V r,,u Segrnves and Martha Kate lir t Mrs. A. S. Kosers. Mrs. F,. A. Tenford. Mrs. Kia Tucker. Mrs. Job White, Mn,. \V. C. I'aec and Mr: C.-I>.'Perrhi were hcvs'.essi"* r ;ng itl tho rnnchisUn of II "> yratn ;i dciicioiis icj iom mints \.-ljith can led mil tl color sdicme <i{ yellnw and IIOI.YOKE. Mass. (UPi—r of Yale and lJarlinou(]i |«-s are e.\[iectecl tn take part In the lortlicuinhiK annual (ommnncnt of Hie New Uugland \\'hibt here. of the wcoird semester In the lily- theville jrade schools have been Announced as follows: Central School tirade 1-A: Jack Chambliii, J02 Evnird, George llubbard, liilly Jonl*. nutoniie Jagcjcrs, Mnry Bal>cock. Maxim- Held. M.irjciric fiimer, Laiiclle Hnnrl. Sally Matins, Jetty Clare Huffman. Ann Crook. Grade 5-A: Bill Ciiambltn, Vera E. Gcodrlcli. Virginia Armstrong. Grade ii-I3: Dotty Maruurel D3!i- n. Pestiy Spencer. Carlhol Hyde. Orade 0-A: Ilussel! Farr. Mans- lelil Wasliburn. Jean Doiirland, Betty Ix>u Kramer, Geratdinc I-'rec- •11:111. Sudtiury Sclmul 1-11 Grade: Charles Anderson, Hop? Whltwortli. Kinmit Webslcr, Jark Young, charle-3 Williams, Claude Htewarl. Claudia Marie Hopper. Helen Henry. •I-A Grade: Doris Adams. Belli' Jane ncarden. Lura UavLs, Mav will nlso study dramatic art under Mrs. Lnura Schercr Hlnes. having won a seliDlarehip presented by the Jewish Ladies Alii. Wlls-on Henry, who has been 11! answers, nature. and arllcles oil WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WITHOUT CALOMEL Anil You'll Jump Out of Bed in the Morning Rarin' to Go It you l«l i-.rn md nnk »1 tbi vorld looks punlr, don't • wallow * lot oiiilu, nit- \r Mi. , ., ,. : nr.ucslwctlr.em to mukeyou and Mrs. Alford Reynold?. ' tod LuoyuttniiullotnMUu. 40 Members Enrolled in Ekron 4-K Club '!1u: ICkion -l-ll i-liib. which now has -10 membi-rs enrolled. lias planned work for this year in u nuin- ]iei- of lines. Ten metnliers are enrolled for I7oom Iih]irovemrnt work, under the chairmanship ol Virginia Smith, there are \'i piR club memlH'is. captained by Mar- ^ie Ilaryel'., two memlu'rs have iigned nil for gardening and canning, under Helen Asliabranner, tlK-re are three poultry club iiieni- i>ers, and Kl have enrolled for cot- tun projects, under the captaincy of Karl Hnrgetl. Harold lire Locke is pj-esident of Hie club, '1'nily Heanis i-; secretary, and Marie llargcll 'is rejiorter. Doris Muir. Shirley Rog- Lovehci ers. Webster 5-A Grade: Peggv Uurks, i?osie Enochs, norolhy Saliba. Ei oise Spradley. June Workman. C-A Grade: Dorothy Cress. Marlon Oakiwell, Calheryn McO.'niifhy. Mildred Muir, Ruth Sutherland Billy WootiMi. langc Schmil Fifth (Jiade: JOc Arwoocl, rvurl- .dinc Ellis. Jewell Friar. (lied al Ihe family home near Hurdello al m- 0 o'elofl: Tuesday afternoon. Funeral services «i-re held yes- leiduy and Intermem made at Luxora cemetery. '1'lie deceased is .smvived by. besides Ills parenl.x one brolhe'r. 'Ihe Cob!) Umleilakiiir; company in charge of funeral arranye- Recce School News SiurleiiLs of Hi'j I ee school are called "S'.ar Kor I hoy can't ilo [t. They only move th« iKiKt-li anil n mf-re movement down 1 . ie\ at iKoc^uM'. Tl.u tojiuii for your*Bn-«r.(l-out d.dLi:if is your lirtr. H should pour cut two poundi ol Liq-iiil bi!» into jrour t>o*cU tially. II Irita bile L3 not flowinf trttly, your foo«l d^sii't riicest, U just di-^ya LO tie boK-da. (!is bloita up your etc roach. You have * tti!ck, liiil [aaco and ynur breath Ji lo-jl, Mn ottpn l.naks nut In UeaiLfthr^. Vour Lead arheaand you ferl clown ar.d out. Yourwbo!* eyi'.tm is poiionwi. It inkfs thna« tood, old CARTER'S j.nn.i; j.u'Kt; PILLS to c «t ti,«i t rel "up . , of t>il« flowing; fceely and nuk* you " They contain a titracta, . f tbe bi!« flow frtdy. , when ft com« to T . It u l ilon'l >)k lor liv« pill*. A«k (or Carttr'i IJilJe \.\v<?r l } j,b, I,QO!C for the name C»rter'» I.iulH ]jv«f V.]\s u.-] tha red lihel. Rewr.t a ^miserable Spring Colds HWD THEM OFF . . . with Iliis amttzitig :iid in preventing colds ... MISS WHITSITT'S SHOP After Easter Clearance SUITS and COATS H.;'V.- ^^i^.-,•^ '95 Freshmen Hold Annual "Who's Who" ConlcEl Honors were, divided in Ihe "Wr.o's W?:o" conlcst of the i-vesh- man class of the cily hii;li .scl-.ool Oils year. Miss Helen Waina-r »-as chosen as the prctllcil, most popular, and most friendly pirl. ^!i Miss Patty June Davis was vc'.cn "Miss Freshman" and tl-e most pa- lite arid neatest girl in tin? ch:^ Other, honors _weiit to. Miss Utul Rhodes, cleverest; Miss Dixie Kug- llsh, best athlete; Miss Juaniln Smith, most dignified; Miss Frances Parker, most btudious, and Miss Annie Lee Halscll, best dressed. • Among the boys, Carl Lay chosen as "Freshman sheik." IV," best looking, most studious, n:aL- I . est, and best drcww). Robert Scott ii.**' dtclarcd the most popular and {i' best »thlet«. Other honors went lo: -P»t O>Br!oi, most clever; Jolly • ;•• Spark,-.most polite; Tom Simon, . inost dignified;' L: T. Moore, most .Irlendly. , -.^ ••-.-- ... Read W»pt A0«. two days, is slightly improved- to- [>cen technician at the lih'thevlll whether taken at nmln or in Hie CLEARS "STUFFY hospital for (he past eight montlis ? 10.95 and $12.95 ?16.50 and $19.50 Values |25 and P29.50 Values 1 Lot Spring DRESSES $10.95 and $16.50 and 12.95 Values 19.50 Values $22.50 Dresses LUCK1ES AHL ALL-WAYS KIND TO YOUR THIIOAT Sonc leu days. l,<.-avhv [mm M n vn- plils with oilier ui(.i-,on p-.tlui's- es- hib;lors cf (be Iri states, the pirlv join cshlhil<i:s '.,a:i in Special Lot I smote I nckici bccr.iic -lie finest lobiuo »nj nnljrilieclcjnctr.ic: '.civcsj;i\c (!ut belter lute. I!i:(!on'<5(oinhcre. Tor tliro.itproKtiion,'It's in.icdl'Long totJcii str.inj; of only the center leaves.. . roSlol j ind firm ... no loose ci wy .ncMcs "keep iniotulitfoir— Jo nordry out. Uckics »tc all-^avs kind to my j/«:t'fff/ Lid Silk Dresses (nit Suits $095 "It's toasted" V Lttckics arc all-ways kind to your throat HATS Values lo $5 $ Farmer's Only the Center Leaves-these arc the Mildest Leave* NOT Ihebottomleavcs— tkcy'r inferior tn cualtt}—coarse ot<J sandy\ i'»>r: : . 1\ P. J.ITPir, (,! O.C!'0 h:u ^iiidiid Ur ll.e •.v:lli liii- Writr-is Clronp Kinclci-nlh Century club. M has r.-reii;!y hron juvardM gro'i|i\ ;imn::il pr:/- [or In i "Canalr tn a Waysid.- M: 1 and her on:- art play. ' &e i the rump." The lamly-lonr nioiubprs nf tl group have •aiidird l':is yei Pro'. Hnrvy Sr"ll Itmrfo of -IT stal; Teaelin.i colli be:-.; of diamal:c cl-.ib. Mc:u produc-.- Mr.«. Jacobs' p!,iy ; to whlrri Nineieei iilry Club inrmbrt.^ ;u r rif-iids am *i:e mvilrrt ni 1 lit ill bs held al tl-.r N:n-.-:rr I c n lury rhih on the iifitrnrin-.i -n[ f,y.:\l •r-^ CD:II- prkc Ire cxM. 5 Knilllr, Cr.v. ..viilrr i>[ |hr Clem li:..itr r lino. v,-iil it-.ive IV:- dav mrlit fcir l/:.s AL;<-|I\.. Cal. in att-vul ihn inlinn.i; ronveiiMnn of tbc Mdll™ l>:ct.irr Iliratr-r Own-

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