The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 9, 1934
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MGI TWO BUTOKVILLB, (ARK.)' COUBIKB Social Calendar '•••• TUESDAY'S EVENTS Senior high P. T, A. executive board meeting at 2:45 p.m. followed by general meeting. 'Mrs. Elton W. Kirby riuciUiin- ing Tuesday Contract club. -•Young Matrons Urldije. club looting with Mrs. Dixie Crawford. «, WEDNESDAY'S; EVENTS 'District meeting P.-T. A. at Marked Tree, Ark. ..Mrs. W. J. Wunita-lich havlns Wednesday Bridge club. •'Dance nt coimlry club given toy MrT'and Mrs. Russell Parr, 10 p.m. .... THUHSOAY'S EVENTS JJtiiinlor High P.-T. A. meeling al ivjiool auditorium. •tMiss Jane Buck having Tluirs- ffii'y Night Eriilge club, ii/i'hnrsday Bridge flub mecimj,' with Mrs. L. H. Moore. '[Mrs. Cecil Stane hostess lo Midweek Bridge club. Sliss Vivian Holland Weds Roberl Wliillinglon. Mrs. Ernest Ho?, and »lcl: Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dudley wIT! ccme Iran Cariithersvill:* and Mits Francos Olllinm mid Daxler Southern, from Slc:>l;. Mr. nnrl Mrs. Denver Dudley, Mr. and Mrs. Hob IliBnins and Mr. nnd Mrs. l-rank Y. Love, of Jom-.slwro, will altend. • * • llavi- Hrlilcr I'nrlj- at Ccimtry Cluli .xilurilny, Mrs. Chester Calrtwcll mid Mr.-!. l-'iTd Siinilefur entertained 10 i n - l)!es of yur-sts with a bridge 'party Sntiird.-iy afternoon at Hie country club, included in the guests were Miss Julia Cnrletnn Sims of lake Village. Ark., wilh Mrs. E. n. WocdEon, Mrs. J. w. Reno of Slei-le. ("ousin of Mrs. Culdwel], nnd Miss Leah Davis of Memphis hniisrjjucsl of Mi-, nntl Mrs Earl Buckley. Jonquils, and spring blossoms decorated the large bull loom with (lie jvlloiv Mowers Miiiinged on the mantel and the white blossoms in 1:00. baskets flanked about the fireplace nnd al the i-nlmncc. Mrs. Harry W. iinlnes won first Mostly Personal of thai city, W | 10 was here i Friday mid Kalurday. "- and Mrs. Dwl and son, D. jj. Black- Osceola Society — Personal =========s===ss=== === Mrs. w. G. Dinning-, of Helena, president of the Forrest City District Federation of Womens clubs, be I •-wv^i U4IU JKJIJ, U JJ \f *JV? "•*• •*" •••<- I*" [daughter, Miss Virginia, of'LHtlo : "' e ' )roBram "' 'Hock, and Miss Mary Pm ir , mt ' Cline °' the «„.,„!„. -, ..-- ._ "J r ™ tlle r'Federation of \ held here Thursday. ~-.>.HJ . of Murray, Ky socnt Iv.wkend with " [he program at ihe annual spring ry PraihMri mt ' c " nB °' the MisslMlppi County j naiiier Federation of Womens clubs to be for New Oj'lcany whc-r junior nt Sophie ,N'e\vcuinl) -sK r o'clock nl the" Home of the bride's !,'"' '"" "The 1 "' Rev TV' Wo,,"ck I ' A " 10l P^or of te' ^s^^SM^:; 11 church, performed the ring service, j „ The ceremony wn.s perlormrd IK- 'M« Tore an Improvised all.r banked hostesses with imilax, bridal wreath and i " " ., . ferns wllh tastes of Calln lllieo I T O i-r,,.,.,,, ,,.,, a j r ,, w T f '", * . >, «' ' fC ' wn ' Si ' mlefllr ' i '" ISU " S nnrt UlC Miss Rulli lefi yesterday'i 0 ""' "• Wilson. Mrs. Bluckwood 11- xr.i... *->..!-„., i _ :,. .1! i t'liiriipci Jiomo ycfitcrtluv tt\ w> ''"" '" ' and ilor at Sophie Ncivcumb col-l v , " licr four "'cces and nephews " u ™ c of llw club ' s : c- after visiting her mother,;, !° '" akt! "n-'lr home with h*r soclat ' ind ccon °™ic s. A. M. Hint, lor ten days. ""!, OUlc1 ' »>"iibers of the family community, arc being JI.W5 Marie Hainlsh, Murle ™ '<•">»»> here this week with. ulul wl " ^ a "»°u»« mbnlaski ,,nrf .inn,, ttmnhnhslfi Mlss B) ackwootl dividing hur n™. according to Mrs. P. White candclubraj M each ;, sister o! of honor. She wore navy Blue triple sheer crepe with navy .accessories, and her corsage of rases and sweet pens. The maid ot honor, Miss Frances Holland, -another sister, wore black nnd white frock crciic with white accessories. Yellow lea rosebuds formed her corsage. • The bride, who was given in "marriage by her lather, was dressed • in a gray tweed swagger Mill with a deep blue lint and other accessories. Her cors.igc wns of JJInk roses and valley lilies. • Mr. itobert Hlgg'mbolham, of -Jonc-sboro, was best man. ;_ Tile lapors were lighted by Miss- -es Elizabeth nurnctte and Con- •slance Smith. Mr. U. N. Hill jr •played Die Wedding Jifnrch from Lohengrin ami tliirins; (he cx- • changir.B of the vows, ""Ah. Bwcel |W>*£iery of Life" wns heard. ....After a brief honeymoon in .Memphis Mr. and Mrs. Whlttln»- •ton will be at home at 110 East .College strcel, Jonesboro, ivlierc .the bridegroom is in business "•Mrs. Whitilngton attended Gal- |!oway college. Searcy, Ark., whore .she \vas a member of i\;e Irving Literary society, nnd i : ; now n ;student at Arknnsas Slate college .aoncsboro. from which slis Kill be-' .graduated in May. •• The bridCKroom is a graduate ;of Arkansas State college and lal- attended the Unlversily of Mls- .. To Have IVmce- M, i-' " „,. ' „ , S ^ J^. ; "^ ' b!> , i ^' ' . ^, S . 0 " f" ° k ' > ' o ' l ^, s , T | ^ , ,Vomn^ •• 1 "" M - ' ! 1 <"? ««<^ 0 ^ 1 .., U °" lcll ' s Ma ' lcws wl » a^Hh,,,." Miss , "'"I ,, : ' l )1;ln « J ^"'l' 5 «'" J ° DUS Mlsscs Marie Harnlsh, Murle Hombolaskl and June fiombolaski lire spending today in Memphis. Mrs. Farnsuorth Illack and diiughler, Belly, of Memphis, arrived this morning because ol tin- death of Mrs. Hlnck's i;reat aunt. Mrs. Fannie Hay. Mr. Black will Join Jisr tomorroK' for (lie fim- eial. The Rev. and Mrs. George W. ryles, ot I'fuajjoiild. nrrivcil today lo be with Mrs. I'yk-s 1 sti-]i-mother. Mrs. A. M. Hull, whose- mint, Mrs. Fannie. Ruy. died this morning. Lloyd Ward. Jr.. lliissell Iliiynes Farr, Mnnsneld Wtishburn, Boband Joe Hilly Mcllaney, ac- compnniocl by L. L. Ward, sjicnt yesterday In Memphis. W. C. Leggctl and [-hildrr-n linvc gone to Oxford, Miss., to be with Mr. LeggeU's father, C. A. Leg- Bell,, who Is seriously Ml. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Brown and Miis Marie I.cggett. spenl Sunday jln Memphis and attended the baseball game. C. G. Smith anil Chi-stur Ciild- well are cxncctwl to relurn from Washington, D. C., within a few days after having spent three weeks (here on business. H. M. Miller who was removed .to his home liriv a week n^o from a Memphis hospital, where he was n patlt-nl Jor almost thrre mon- M«, Is critically ill. Miss Sue Butt left Sunday morning for Lynchbiu-g, Va., where .she aftcnds Rantlolph-Mncon colle-jo, nller spemlini; (he Enster ami Other details of the program, hich will center around the! Ihcmc of Hie club's place In the social and economic life of the _-,,... - OUl _, v this week "with ulul *'"' ^ announced tomorrow, Blackwootl dividing her lima nc ™ r ' ll »K to Mrs. p. p. Jacobs of °" °"" v "' ' - Osceola, chairman of the program committee. A hundred guests representing - .j and and Mrs. Milton ^ mxrf (laughter. Ruth Anne, of --a"--* i 1-.UIM J\111K. OI Memphis, arc returning home this afternoon after a brief visit with Mrs. Allenbcrg's father B H Levy Mr and Mis. Louie AVal«rs and daughter, Louise, of Memphis spent the weekend with Mr Wat-' res' mother and her i-son. lioy, who «. 0 Vuer 0l ' Slyill ' b>llWh ° 1s ,,""i.!?. l !?S r '.. or Mcm l> his . "Pent clubs at Blythcville, Osceola, Wilson. Luxora and I^nchvlllc arc Senior Hijjh I'.-T. ,\. [ Dr. Long, n member of the Jo!iesboro Unpllsl college faculty, will be the principal speaker at a meeting of the senior high i versify of TenntFsce' school P.-T. A. Tiiesdny after-' -- I noon, 3:30 o'clock, at the hii-h I school auditorium. This nice-tin-; will follow n meeting of the ex- eciKivc board al L':45. at ilE^im fiiilld Entertained ' I Mrs. W. Anderson and Mrs. ; J. Kir indie-rut entcrlained mi Ibrrs of [he Pilgrim uithe | rlvircli unild Friday afternoon Mile ivJnrol. G.miri were played in ihe soclnl hour before the hostess- ,es served a salail course witli .cncciu sticks, salted nuts and cof- holidays nt home. Mrs. Winnie Thackray left yesterday for Knoxviile. Tcnn., where she is to be employed at the university of Tcnntfscc. Mrs. a. A. Lynch and ijaugli- ler, Martha Ann, Mrs. C. W Al- flick and diuighk-r, Mary jean Mary Spain Usicy and Miss Frances Winburn six-lit Satnrdav in Memphis. Mrs. N. U. Mennrd wns a visitor in Memphis S.iluriiay. , -n r, .„ llerC Wltl) "» """"-. J. r. Collins, who is quite 111 Max Mllinr, of Memphis, visited friends here over the weekend. )li- formei-ty Jived here. n. N. Hill Jr. spnt yesterday in Osceola as the guest of Mr arid rs 'ii?n rro1 Blr(i - Mr ' Blrd all( * . Hill were clnssmates at Hen- (Irlx college, Conway. Mrs. Elton W. Kirby and Mrs. John L. Flnlcy Jr. returned last nielli from Lexington. Ky., where they visited relatives of Mrs Fin- Icy nnd were with Mrs. Klrby's brother, of Colorado, who was vls- iilng there. Mrs. H. S. Caldwell nro spending several weeks' with' Mrs. Caldwell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. v. G. Holland, went to Dy- crsbtirg. Tenn., today for several days '•'-" -• — bern. begin his b«n lliclr guest In Torreon lor several weeks. Mrs. Godfrey White and her email daughter, Anne, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. £ Conway of Blythcville to Marshall, Mo., leav- Irig Sunday. Mrs. White and Anne will go from there to Kansas City to visit her father and will return with the Conways the latter part of the week. R..A. Cartwright and Miss Emma Cox left Friday night, for Los Angeles to altend the national convention of motion picture theater exhibitors. Godfrey While and J. L Williams spent Sunday i n Helena Mrs. Homer Qulnn spent ihe week end with relatives in F-ara- gould. Charles Coleman, James Driver and Tommlc Fllroda played golf at inc E-jthcvllle' Country club Sunday afternoon. Miss Martha Ray of Osceola accompanying Mr. and Mrs Albert Grceiwcll and Dwiglu Andcr- o( Wilson and Miss Vclma MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1934 lion of the Hosary, Sermon, and Benedlclion of llic Most Blessed Sacrament. One of the Interesting features of the mission will be a question bo.x in which qnes- llons may bo asked about the Catholic religion. These questions will be aiiswercd during the evening service. Non-Calholics arc invited 10 attend the services. Tho subjects of Father Heary's sermons for the week arc us follows: Monday, The Calliolic and His| | Tongue; Tuesday. The Catholic and His Actions; Wednesday. The olic nnd Marriage; Thursday flic Incomparable Sacrifice 1 Friday, The Most Beautiful of God's jCrcalures; Saturday, A Legacy of English taxpayers pay $100 lor eacli child In the secondary grades of England's schools. Nervous, Dizzy ——- Mrs. RoWrl Ntulnn of Roult <i : I.lllle Rock. Ark., MicJ: "J suffe^d from weak i«rvt>. aclic.l all our ami te'.\ wtak tm'1 all l-iajnl out. I Lul .!!;/>• six-Ili ami,. hrjil. 1 nick l)r._i-iirrt'4 i-J liliiir.ivr- 10 o'clock Thursday morning, with Mrs. J. W. Edrlngton. chairman, of Oa- ceola, presiding . The meeting will be the occasion of the biennial election of o dicers. • « • Mrs. t,. E. Gwaltncy of Menu, with relatives and friend.-; in Wardell and Haylt. Mo. Mrs. A. D. Collins, who has been the guest of Mrs. J. w. Cartwright sr. for the past week, returned to her home In Grenada, Miss today. She- was accompanied to Memphis by Mrs. Cartwright. ENDS a Cold Sooner RING Farmer's For Anything in «1» Feed and Seeds 127 who visited relatives here lustlfV.iK^I;,, week, was complimented with n *-"HIIUHC bridge party given by Mrs O rs Masscnglll and Mra. p. A. White at Mrs. Mnssengill's home, when sixteen guests were entertained. Mrs. D. s. Lancy was winner of high score prize, Mrs. Ruth Carlysle won second high, Mrs, J L Ward third, Mrs. A. W. Boweii won (he travelog prize and the lionorce was presented a favor. Mrs. Gw-allney was also a guest at a three table party when Mrs. R. C. Rose entertained at her Holding Week of Mission Services A one week mission was opened last evening at the Immaculate Conception church by tlw Dominican missionary, jjev. Walter E Henry. D. P. This mission will continue throughout the week There will be two mission masses every morning at G and 8 o'clock ., Dyersbur B ' allt > New- Mr, and Mrs. A. Comvny, accompanied by Mrs. Godfrey Whitu «nri daughter, Ann Comvay left yesterday for Kansas City' Mo nicy plan to return home Friday Mr. Conway's mother, who has been visiting them, was taken to her home at Marshall. Mo Mr. and Mrs. Z. Jlcdcl spent Sunday in l'orla B evillc Mo tie ness. , C 'u?". ^ Cllni!1 " nns gone to Lit- scvcrnl days on busl- and the traveling prize. Mrs. C li. DJTver won high score. * « » Mrs. Ruth Carlysle entertained her two table bridge club Thursday afternoon and two extra tables of B uests, especially complimenting Mrs. Thco Sneed, a former member of the club who has recently moved to Memphis. Mrs. C. E. Sullenger was winner of nigh score club prize, Mrs D S. Laney won high Bue st prize] Airs. A. w. Bowen \rou the traveling prize and Mrs. Sneed was presented a favor. • * + j Mrs. R, S. Wilson jr. and her -small dnnghter, Nancy Snow, arrived invert Saturday allcmoon from Mljeir homo in Torreon, Mexico, -awjai'js s s~!™'« — i«- -iS-ras ^£££^&^^"' s zxitt£ss->i j Mrs. „'. W. Adnins Jr.. enterlain- l<-d members of the Thursday Night I Bridge rlub and Misses Ruth nnd ]Sne fi'.nt. (his week. Miss Hum lliitl won the pri?*, hosiery. A d'jfSL-rL coinse was .-served. Sc-nlor Hicli !'. T. A. The play "AdvenluiTS of Grand- ^^^.rScf 1 ^: *** * FK £££"**• : ^'f, tiCn ,, 0f ,. lht : lr ; " ed<tin S '?n»'vtr- !<n»« Ita A The Ladies Uible class of the It Ls to be an Informal ..affair with no gifts. ;::dl!rt ' d " th05 - v ' 110 v -' i11 >"•- l-'irsi Mptliodlst chnrcli met witn Mrs. Wyatt Henley i-'riday evening '•there wH ^Linden, Mr a ,,rt Mr, •X Mr. nr.d Mrs. L "Mr. and Mrs L-rov' "«nd Mrs. J A -™v, 1 ;;Snd Mrs. W. VVl Mr v ' - lo mcmtera iC R "" Cr ' ! N™ 7 llOrB ;, ! M* °K° w Ci 'r , ,' Holiipclcr contlucl- "' l]v "«-oll<.n«l ami Mrs. L er= JHGH BLOOD 1'RESSlfRK Quick Ilclicf, or You Only 1'ay When Satisflrd If you suflcr from Ill-jh Blood Ptessurc, tltalness. ringing In the can. cnn't .deep at nlghls, feel i'-enk- and shaky, Pjail t:i s te, nerv- li your heari, pmirals and you fear a par-Hylic stroke, to (.rmoibtralc 13i-. Jlayes' prescription we will send you postpaid, n regular si treatment on nbso- lulely FREE TRIAL. While it is iioii-S|;ccillc, znnny cases report remarkably quicV relief- oltcn svmptomr, dlminlsli ami normal s-leej) rclurns witlr.n 3 days. Contains no salts, physics, opiates or nope. Safe with any diet. PAY "OiiIING TJNIjESS CHIKATLY IMPROVED. Tlieii ieml $1. ff ,, o( improved your K .|»rt cancels tharuc. Write Dr. Hayes AFS'II OS13 Cositcs, Knnsas City, Mo. —Adv ORADB A Raw Milk Phone 11 Craig's Dairy Don I forget . , . send my dress, Dad's knickers and Junior's jacket to cleaned at BARNES' Nu-Wa Cleaners Phone ISO and will consist of an ...- striiMion on the Rosary Rccita- Kf~UX«flH DOES 6 THINGS Doctors Wieve A B ood l a «tivc shmlH h,v t the »x features which Kccn-a-mint, ej' *"'??. Sum Inxativc potsess it wht-n you nroi it. '«. A fulL nt-jmt ™S pl , rt T' a , cliun lUut ' Ioc3 "<" »i«ft with daily duties. S. Non-linliit fomiiii 4. f«rc for even tlic ddicatr dim<li. «rg.n» of children. 5. X o ri^ ,.1^,., 8. Ammratiimlnclion ficcau^ chewing dislnbvw tfe |»»tivc inercdionl more uniion?/ inln. the inli-stincs. dfliooiij tcfn-a-mmt rlow (liesc thing., i, . proven became doctors themselves rcpi- jlarly prescribe the Iwalive ingredient wbK-h is m Feen-.i-mint." "Djl«v" is <Ungeroil!—chew Feon-n-mint for ctm'ti Ipilion !Ji.»nd ZScBt dniftKKtj Announcement We arc pleased tu nnnnuncc the appointment ef the Cobh Underl.'.kinj. company and I,, (i. Moss, Undertaker, as our official morticians, burial depitrlmonf, f or Ulytheville and (wri- tory. Our policies will J,e redeemed for funeral services by either of the above named official morticians. Mr. A. R. Reaj-iin has lifen appoinlt-d our special representative in writing burial insurance or employment of agents and solicitors to write same. Kull information in reference to agency or Imrial insurance can lie obtained through Mr. Reagan in care of either mortician named above or Uox fi()2, Klythcvillc, Ark. NEIGHBORS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY . Little Rock, Ark. . - * • • - \ :-«- - //? ^w^r/, r 'w • .. '* smywfa/s' •* * ff. -fa 'I* 'W*'< as our honest belief tlm the tobaccos used in Chesterfield arc of finer quality—and hence of better taste — than in any other cigarette at the price. > JJGGEIT& MYERS TOBACCO COMPANY

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