The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 7, 1939 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 7, 1939
Page 4
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BLYTnEVILLE, (ARK.) COUH1KU NEWS COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY 'TICKET Ttifci TfekeT WiU Admit \V. I* Thompson & Companion .Manila —10 Hit:— . RITZ THEATER —to He— "Ahjels Wash Their Faces" Social Calendar .FRIDAY'S EVENTS Elmwocrt Cemetery associiillon meeting with Mrs. Nell) Reed 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. W. B. Acton and Mrs. Marshall entertaining Dorcas Sunday School class, First -Baptist church, 2:30 o'clock, at church. Blair-Mays Vows i'o Be Said tonight A brilliant wedding of Memphis society will be solemnized tonight •alien two former Blytticvlllc rest- dents Miss Elizabeth Clifton Bliitr and Ricliarfl Christian Mays, will 1 exchange vows at St. John's Methodist Church'at eight o'clock. Dr. W. B. Selah will perform the ceremony. • .Miss'Blair, daughter of Mr. ami Mis. Russell' Blair, made her home here for a number of years. Mr. Mays spent.Inst summer here in conriccticn wjth Ills-work. Feminine attendants will uc Julia Morrison of Albuquerque, N. M., maid of honor; Miss Grace "Mnjs and Miss Mtiry Louise Hughes of Memphis, Miss Josephine Blair of Jackson, Miss, Miss Miiry Cornelia Berry o/ Dumas, Ark., and Miss Mary Berry Wheeler of Marion, Beth Berry of Long Beach, Calif, and Mary Wellfonl of Memphis, will;be (lower girls. Sam Mays,- of Memphis, will serve his brother as nest man and groomsmen will be Harvey Mays and three brothers of the bride, Midshipman Russell Blair;"-Berry 1 Blair and John Allen Blair, Jim Breytspriink, all of Memphis.and Lynn Broad- loot, of Gc'rinantown. Following the reception, Mr. and FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia "And then—don't loll me, I know—lie killed your love." "Nol mine—it, just died of boredom." Mrs. Blair will entertain with a reception tU Ihelr 'Memphis home. * » * E.vcciillve Ccimniltec of Cciilral I'. T. A. lo Alcct Momlicr.'i of Die executive committee of (lie Central Wtircl Parent Tenchci- association ure nsked to meet al the home of the president. Mrs. Charles Crlggcr Jr.. lomrrro* morning st 10:30 o'clock. The purpose of tlie meeting; Is to make plans for the cousin" vcar. • • * i\lihs «';i(llcy Weil To CiUICrrnliin !n July Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Wnclley nn- nonnce the marriage of llielr (hiuglitcr, Cleo Louise, to Ncal Jolin- slon of Ilui\llni;l()ii Uench, C:ilif. 'Jlie ccVcmony was performed July 31 nt the Snntn Ann A-ciUDng chnpel In Sanln Ana, Calif. Mr. tuitl Mrs. Johnston will mafcc (heir home at Himllngton Bench To He Hostesses I'ar Dingo Tally Mrs. Dlclt Jlobcrts and Mrs Karl Green will be hostesses for the bingo party lo be given tonight at Ihe Cathcllo Hall at eight, o'clock 'Hie affali- Is sponsored by the Allnr society of Hie Cliurcli of the rimiKictihilc Conception. * • • <iriiiiji Has IMi-uIc ' Fourteen members n! urn: of llic yoiinaer sets of Blythcvllle were entertained at n ptoilc last i,i<;|it flt the Barncld landing on the Mississippi river. Wieners were ronsled over nn open fire before the group came back lo the city. * * * Arc Oucsls f.f Club Airs. 13, p. Bragdon Jr. and Miss Aiiila Strackc were guests of Mrs. William Young yesterday nftcruoon when she entertained members of ll)c ADO Bridge club with (l party nt her home. High score prize went lo Miss Virginia Martin, (laughter of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Martin, and cut prize weal lo Mrs. Otto Scrape. Tiie hostess served a dessert, course at the conclusion of the games. At The Hospitals THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1939 HlylhevlUc Hosjiltal Mrs. I'carl scymoi-c, Dell admitted. James Martin, city, dismissed. Mcmjihis Kapllsl hospital Mrs. W. V. OavJs, city, admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Heard, Etowah, a son. Hurricane "Nol Cuilly" NKW HAVEN, Conn. (UP)-Judge Jolm Rufus Booth refused to believe it was an "acl of God" when the 1933 hurricane tore Dr. B. H. I-olz's boat from its moirlngs and rammed it against another craft owned by Dr. Edward B. Martin, causing extensive damage. He or- deicd DC. La[-f. to pay $-160.33 re- inilr bills. EVER SINCE WE SET UP HOUSEKEEPING 36 VEARS AGO WE'VE USED UPTON'S TEA, HAVEN'T WE, UNDA? RICH, SMOOTH FLAVOR.—HOW IT BRACES you (If I yes, UPTON'S is ALWAVS SO DELICIOUS, SO REFRESHING. AND &EORGE,! GET MORE THAN ZOO COPS OUT OF EVERV POUND! ISW WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Without Calomtl—And You'll Jura? Out of Bed in Iba Mt:H33 R«;a* la Ca The- liver shouM iiour out tiro |;emnih of hrjulii folJc Inloyourlj&tYfladjtHr.lC this bile ta not flawing freely, you ir fooddoosn'tOitrt.*!. It junL decays In Iho bowels. Cna bio his nil your stomach. You Ret constlpnUd. Your whole fij'Btein la poisoned and you fed Bour, eunk ntid the world looks punk. A mere towel movement doesn't ltd nt the cause. It takes tho?c pood, old Carter's IJUlc Liver PHU to pet those two pounds of bl!o flowing freely mi A make you feel "up and up." Hnnnless, R:nlle, yet anmi- inir in making Llle now frcclr. 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