The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1934 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 5, 1934
Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT Sotiety — Personal Hamn-Umirte. A wedding of much iuteres • throughout Pemiscot county wii: that of Mr. Samuel Franklin Hani r» and Miss Mary Kbouric ol calm III., who were married Sunday u the First Episcopal church of Cairo Tile bride wore a bridal gown o white satin, with white veil an< accessories. Her flowers were whit and yellow rosebuds. She was at tended by Miss Edna Khourle o Hayti. who wore a gown of jnl pink net. Charles Slckey of Ulbourn wa Mr. Ilainra's best man. Mr. and Mrs. Hnnira will maki their liome at Carudiersvtlle, where Mr. Hamra recently moved after managing tlie New York store her for five years. Among ihose from this co:n i- lly attending Hie wedding were Mr and Mrs. Sam llamra and sons. Jerry and Sam Jr., Miss Wadad Hanira, William Khourle and Albert liamra. T.'.ey laler attended a celebration at the home oi the bride. C. A. Oarlock, state Sunday school and u. y. i>. u. workcr ol St. uniis, has been nt Cooler since Sunday ha.'ding a B. Y. P. U. enlargement campaign and study course nl (he Baptist church. Rev CtcK Meadows, Mis. Fioyd Waiter a "d Miss Katf.erlnc Jones nre assisting In (lie study course. Doctor, 76, takes Third Bride BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS VCilaon Society ~ Personal <rs and Mr, and Mrs, E. N. Blumer of Cape Olmdeau over th« w«k «na, • Mrs. p, a. Morgan has returned j from CharTee. Mo., where she spent « few days with her mother, Mrs. [Llna Cohoon. Her sister, Miss Cohoon accompanied her and H'JU spend several days Ihe World l-yic/Kl club, directed )y Mrs. Arthur Hudson nnd Mrs . , uoriuc- I/ewis, presented a nagviiiit Ar <-'hte. Richard and Everette Ut' America," during Die j untltr \ J <V '«"• last Thursday t ot - mm, fiHUe hour at the Methwll.i I J 11 ? 1 '-. w lcrc "'<* plan to remain hurch Sunday evening. in,i.,n.,i.,,... 'I'fic combined choirs \Mhodls land Baptist of held in the D. B. Holly woods Sunday afternoon, under the sponsorship of the Baptist and Methodist churches. Funeral services'.'were held Saturday afternoon for Elton Lee Jen- Kins. 26-day-old son o( Mr and Mrs. Bill Jenkins. Mrs. 'Finnic Bond wus called to Hayll last Friday to be with her sister. Mrs. Eupha Bond, who was very sick. Mrs. A. B. Rhodes hns returned Iran an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. n. j. CJiithrle, at Lawrenceburg, Tenn. Mrs. Charles Soutliei:i is In Mor- rlllton, Ark., at Ihe bedside of her daughter, Mre. Mike Kolley, u']:o underwent a major operation. Mrs. W. D. Jliidgens was hostess to about 25 friends at. a sliver tea Monday afternoon in the home of her daughter, Mrs. !>. p. McCulch- en. The. affair was the first of a number of parties planned by tlie Missionary union of the Stcele Baptist church. •Last week Mrs. J. D. Best entertained the Steele chapter of Uio Eastern Star at her home In Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Jack German are the parents of an 8 1-2 pound son Lowell Francis. Tiie bab'y'of Mrs. Lula Harris Is critically ill with double pneumonia at the home or her mother' Mre s L. Robinson. t Mr. s«ii Mrs. J. E. Little and son, «oy. win leave soon to make their home in Oklahoma, where Mr. Little and his son will be employed by the TWnityfaj»n Construction company. Miss Bill Kllllan of porlasevllle was tlie liousegtiest. of Misses Josephine HoUy and Rubye Barker over the week end. Sunday they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Mead of Kenneti. Homer Perrell was taken to the Blythevlllc hospital Saturday night and immediately underwent an operation. His • appendix was ruptured. He is reported resting well Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Spence have returned from several days visit with Mrs. Spence's sister. Mrs. R. J. Guthrfe of Lawrenceburg, Tenn Miss Eunice Ullle of Dycrsburg spent last week end.wllh her par- fits, Mr. and Mrs. J. f. Little of near Cooter. She was accompanied here by Miss Mary Dee Baker, who visited her sister, Mrs. Harry Taik- uigton. Miss Roberta "white Is visiting relatives in Tennessee, Mr. and Mrs..RebW e Johnson and Miss Lillian Bomar spent last week end with Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bomar at Paris, Tenn. I. Joyner, Mrs.' Clifton Jones and Miss Shirley Harris, all of Dyers- ourg spent Sunday in Cooter with the tatter's cousin, Miss Mildred Marris. ,VK. R. R. Marshall Is improving following an operation at the Blytheville hospital ]asl week, she is now at home. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Robbing have gone to not Springs lor au Indefinite stay on account ot the doctor's health. Miss Hazel Broderick ha s as her guest Garson Mosely of Houston. Mrs. E. W. McCann received a letter this week from Mre w c Reid who is with her sister, Mrs Bowden, in a Little Rock hospital saying that Mrs. Bowden Is some-' Ilalf-Moim Murray Howeiton, ol Osceolu, as the guest of Miss Irene Ri'd- iiirn Saturday. Thchna Rctlljiirn. Oliver Gray, Gertrude Howard, Bill llnck. Bunch lecker, Woodrow Sluey. lime Rwl- itirn, Murray Howcrlon, Jot' I'orl- ock nnd Jivwie Gray had u pic- lic lit the Clrlclcr Mcniorhil pink icar Oscculu Snndiiy. ML'is Jewel Hawcrton. of Osceola, Li siieiullng tht week with s Thc-Jmn and Irene lied- burn. Miss Fern Scoll, of Senatli, Mo., -penl the week-eiul with Mrs Jim Alexander. , The Rev. J. A. Tnylnr, of llly- hevlllf:. prenciiccl here Stiiulay iflerr.oon to difference of 1 5ti years In their ayes was no biirrli-r In the Dici-mbcr- Uny romance of twite-married Samuel Murilii, 1C, retired physlcnin, ind 20-year-old Ada Hell, whom n mci u iv\v months a;,'0 when hi 1 [topped nl n tllllni; stnlluii run by Mlf.s lirll's father. The'couple :IJT Shown leaving church nflcr they were innrrled In Mount Holly, N. J. what better nnd (hat Mrs. neld I'Ould probably relurn home next veck. Mr. nnd Mrs. Abe Rushing of footer are pvcparlnylo movi: coon o their form near Cooter. llicr. Mrs. John Ccilnes. 'I 'I"' Hlilf Moon LK'UlOllKHAtlon eli. h ini'i Monday nflrrnoiiii willi •17 iiinnbi'is pi-win. 1'Jiuis wen; . ilic huilrling ol e:iii»lni.' kitchen. inuil:i for cmnmiiiiUy IKII-IS nf lionii' work were by Mis. .J. w. 1'orMnck, of clothing, mil Mrs! Nora ! fool, li-iultr ,it food (iR'.wri Kuril niPinLci- was (<lvrn n the ]iiu- urn of tin- quill in l;r> pieced and .sold fur Ihe benefit ol the The chib will serve leliT.shmeuts to the Hoys and Ohls 4-11 cluu ThiiiMluv aftenioon. an Easier cantata, under UIL- Ilicelloii or M| BS Mary symumis. at He Methodist diurci, Sunday jiM,t Mr. and Mis. Marvin Clayton mid >".s, Billy and nobble, spent Sim-iv wllh Mrs. Clayton's pan-m- Mr. aim Mrs. K. n. laniur, at Nrw Albany. Miss. Clara Symoiuis of Qiiln-y »-, xi»«t the Eustar holidays wlih' in- sister. Miss Mary Symoiiils r.i !'' 'm" '*"*• S ' A ' WJnfonl of H yllievlMc s|»nl .Sunday as KIK-SIS >f lU'V. :,,,<l Mrs. H. M. l^wls ' ,"e Wilson Nelson, Mll( , ( ,, u al i'lbson institute. Bahson Park \l.i«, SIR-HI Halnrdny with Ids rnndnmther, Mrs. R. E . u . e ^ Vi| . son. He u-as i-nrontc to Wlut-r . Ha., to .s,H.n,l the Kl ^ Holidays with his mother Mrs H -' Howclls. ' ' Indefinitely. Mr. and Mrs, carl Jenkins and SO". Andrew, speni Sunday with relatives in Memphis Mrs. Virgil utley and son. Mur- llii. and Mrs. Hubert Utley and son were gut-sis Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. BUI Ckikley sr. of Cooler, who were entertaining nan Newton of Hlck- sn, Ky., as t-elr honscgucst. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Booker, who Me been ifvliij; j,, Paragoukl tor """!?. 'l me> are " ov ' wltl) th « for. Sam Cieoi'KP s ,Knt sumlay . Miss Alice KP s ,Knt sumlay «llh her jKircnls, Mr. anrl Mrs M A. Ucoifse. in Cairo, in. Miss Marjory ml], student n' Central colleut'. C.mway, spent the to.stor i*<j ays „,,„, ,, 0 , M". and Mrs. O. M. ill. she M.., S accomnnnled Ijy her roommate XiWs llc-len J'arJtcr of He:iri;y. Holland Noics Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Klfer enter- a feiv of their friends at a dancing parly at their home of Holland Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Hill Sherwood and son. Max, and Mr. and Mrs. 1',-ice Inliiin ami .son and daughter. Howard and Palsy, nliendcd a birthday dinner Sunday for Mrs. Miittlc Slroes oi BniBgndocio, mother of I.. Y. dates, local high school ciichci', WM the week end guest ol ''Is .sLsler in Wljiclicslw. nl. Liberty New* The Rev. W. H. Horn and the HCV. Mr. Run,, a visiting mhiLster were here Saturday niglil and Sun-' <liy Wr the Rev. Mr> Horn's re K u- Inr np|K>lntment. Ml.«cs Edna En,) Vlck and Mary Powell. i,( Red. Banks, Miss., were week end K uests of Mia VIck's sister. M,rs. Jiunter Crook, nnd family •Mr. and Mrs. Donald Aycock and son, James. Mr. nnd Mrs. Olsom Hid iwo cliililrcn or Luxora were Suiuloy Biiosls or Mr. U iiU Mrs. J M Ayco^'h anil Inmlly. 'Hie junior nud Intermediate Sunday scliool closes had Easter csg hunts Saturday afternoon an he meadow oi W. A. Wl«!at and "Irani Meadows. Mr. an<| Mre. L. L Bc;irdcn and ilauyhter, Haiilice, of Luxora spenl Sunday u'hii Mr. nnd Mrs.' J F EPIX-TSOII. Little Ethel Mae Euerdl Is ill from 1 >. Mr. and Mre. Herman Prlchard flimounco the blrt neres from August 1st, 1333, together vltli ail costs. The purchaser ut snld sale will be required to extcntc bond with approved security, to secure the layuiMil of the purchase money »nil a lien will be retained ii|wn aid property us aiidliionnl SCC ur- ty for the payment or such purchase money. Wttness ; my hand and the seul of said Court, on this, the 26th day uf March; 1934. R L. GAINES Commissioner in Chancery. 27-3-10 of a son. April lachlncry Is being placed and sisters, were present. Mr and Mrs. J. D. Best nnd I CJpnnan is .,,„„„, ,„ ownzer- oaughlers. Geneva nnd Wanda, land more limn any other Ian were honspgucsLi of Alphas Baugh- — Mrs. Sherwood and Mrs. Tntiim All PHI. "I Mrs. SlroUi's clilldreii nnd .rriiHl- ! New m, ltl ,,,,,.. r y children, ns well us her broUeis In the Acme gin in Switzer- Lone Oak News Tlie p. T. A. of the ix>nc Oak schi.01 met Monday wllh n iiietn- fe'is and live vlsllois present. Plans were rompletetl for tins pluy "Cntimihrr ComniunUy School" In tin yiven Fridny night. Mrs. Fred . Walker .spoke on "Muklni; rrlciicls" ! nnd the group study un "The Child Wlio Wonies" was led by Lois I'li-lils. Hefr.-shniPius were served hy Mrs. c. W. Forrest, Mrs. ricriimn Salesman Wanted We have an opening for automobile salesman. Prefer man with some experience. .See Mr. Little at Shouse-Little Chevrolet Co. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notke U hereby given th»t the undersigned commissioner In compliance with the terms of a decree rendered by the chancery Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 25lh day of Septem',. 9 , 3 ' , Whertln The Coimuon- wealth Building & Lo all Assn of Little Rock, Arkansas, a corporation, was Plaintiff, No. 5524 nnd liuth Smith M al were Dc'fenil- aiite will son al public auction to the highest and to-st bidder for cash, on a credit, of Three Months, at the front, door of the Court House, between the hours prescribed by law, In the City of Blytlicvllle, Arkansas, on the 14th Jay of April, 1934, the following :cal estate, to-wlt: Lot No. 10 in Block One or the Chicago Mill & Lumber company's Third Addition 10 the City of Blythevlile, Arkansas. Said sale will be had u. satisfy aid decree In tlie sum of $ijrJ5'.> with 10 per cent Interest rrom nm* 1st. 1933, and the sum of J10.00 with 10 per cent interest THURSDAY, APRIL 6, COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned commissioner, in compliance with the terms of a decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chlcknsapba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas on the 2«lh day of miruacy, 19^' wherein Taylor Roberts, R.'reivrr of Travelers B. & L. A;sn i Perpetual) wns Plaining No. !.M8 and Mrs. Minnie McMnhun el al.' were Defendants, will sell at public auction to i^ highest ar.d best bidder, on a credit of three months, at the front doo.- or ihr- Court House, between the hours prescribed by Jaw, in ide city of Blythevllle, Arkansas, on the ll'h day of April. 1934, the followina .ren) estate, to-wit: All of Lois rive (5) and Six 'C), in Block "C," of Iho J. 1>. Grille Subdivision to (lie City of Blyiiievil!i', Arkansas- also Ceriinniie No. <M8 r i. Chwi (iSAA, 40 .shares of (he Tj-aw>l- era Building ami Loan ASSO- flniion (Perpetual). Said sale iviJI be had to sallsfj- said decree In iho .sum of $1.088 9:i with 10 j:or cent Interest from P.'bmary ac, 1034. I The purchaser at slid sale will be_rcr,ulred to execute bond with approved security, to SMI paymeiu of ihe purchase ih» and a lien will he reiamed mioi; said property as additional cecur- Ity for the payment of such purchase money. Witness my hand and the Eeal of sntd Court, on this, ihe 'S'li day of Minch, 1934. It. L. CiAINKS 1(1 Chancery K7-2-10 Thursday & Friday «}at. -i. ::«), Hl-zr.c Nile <i:.|f,. H)-;if lc WMLCOMK 1UCK in her greatest hit! Don't Forf/et Caudiirs Agency General Insurance Phone New SUITS Every One a 1934 Style ff. £-1 Biliousness Sew Stomach CMMdHtMtocfw Mrs. L. Tr Buck, of Keimth, Mo.. , . tlie wi'i'k-i'iid wllh her 1110- claim-alls botist that this or that Is done in almost nothing flat, The wise ohl owl says with u nudge: "Try Essolvne! 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