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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 3, 1934
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BLVTHBV1LLB, (AU.) OOUlDDt MIWB THURSDAY, MAY 3,. 1 Social Calendar EVENTS Women's Democratic club meeting 3t Hotel Noble, 10 a. m. Ulmwood Cemetery Association meeting with Mrs. Whibile at Big late - Mis. Charles P. Wood having Ladies Bible class of First Methodist church meeting. 1:30 p.m. SUKDAY'S EVENTS Cross-Segvares weddine, 5 P. M., at home of Mrs. A. M. Butt. Ladles Aid attended a meeting in O.««>U last evening at the licmc . 0[ Mrs. Koalh Hirwarg. president. i when Mrs. Kutii OoMbwij was also l;ostcss. Guests Included Mis. Newbauer and Mrs. Foreman, of Indianapolis, ind, liousegufs'.s o( Mrs. Rose Nichois. In l~t soclnl hour Misses Ramelle Wclnberg and nose liubfnstein gave readings appropriate to Mother's Day. Strawberry tlio.-lcake and coflee were served. Bits oj News Mostly arson; al First Lady First In Spring Style Mary Evelyn Tippet! M/, , m <i Mrs . j. c. crmer iuve M» H S Stiril? announced tl'.c engagement of [heir Mr. n. o. -3tir»z < j aLgh(crj Marguerll<; la Mr Jim . The marriage of Miss Mary In | e Kmoihorman. sen of Mr. niid Evelyn Tippelt, of n Murphj-bbora,l Mrs _ Jo)m B: ,,othcrman. The '.vcd- dlng will be tolemillMd Friday eve- ilng, eight o'clock, al Hie Crlncr wine, 101 Sycamore St. The Rev. E«ii)i3 I). Bojsley, pus:or o[ (he clmrch ot the Naz.uene. wilt read the ring .service befoie a gathering of the families and ll olr most inlimalc friend's. The bride, who will be given marriage by her lather, will have Tor her maid ol honor. Mr. fimoth- erman's sister. Miss Gladys Smo'.h- errnan. Misses Lucile flouitaid and Ky., and Mr. H. S. Stiritz, of thtfi city, was solemnized Sunday afternoon at the First Methodist church oj Murphysboro. The Rev. E. E. Harris performed the ring service before members of (he families and their most intimate friends. Mr. and Mrs. Stiritz arc now at home in the Simon apartment 1 ;. Both Mr. Stiritz and his bride arc members of pioneer Kentucky families. Mrs. Sliritz Is the daugh- Geneva Carter will be bridesmaids. Mr. B. F. Brogdon Jr., wlil be Mr. Gmotherman's best man. Mr. Smothcrman and his bride will spend (heir honeymoon In Mainmoth Springs nnd other points tcr of Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Boucher, of Murphysboro, where ehc ivas reared. She was a member of the Junior Woman's club and the Business and Professional Women's club there. The bridegroom, who has been j O f tiie Ozar'ks before rclurnl'n•»" to manager of Uie Ben Franklin store I Armorel where they will m ake their since he came here Iji December, | home on the Smo'.herman [arm was graduatd from the University PotUT-Y.ndell. Announcement of the marriage of Anne Ynndcll, a former Mejn- )hls debutante, and Mr. William Potter, of New York city. Li.of of Illinois in 1931. He is c member of the Delta Chi fraternity. Plans rVInj; Completed For FWdlCTs Conttsi, Oldtlme music that Is seldom available In these days of radios and dance orchestras will be the motif of the Udders' contest at. the Blythevillc high school Friday nl?ht. Local players taking pan are A. E. Short, James Sandlfer, T. W. Goforlh, John Cribbs, Ray Henderson and others. This show, which is a benefit for the high school P.-T. A.'s tuition fund, sill b3 similar In nature to the contests so popular 30 years ago whenever oldiimc settlers got together, prizes will be given to tlie winners. * * • Miss Cross Guest Of Honor at Party. Mrs. Matt MonaEhan enlerlnlnn wi'.h a breakfast party Wednesday .In complimint Jo MlislMargarcl • Crow, bride-elect. •< Thy eight guests werl served ; two course menu at teA/clock a tables gay with pink tulips, rose end valley lilies. Floor vases o wygelia also decorated the room. In the bridge games which lo! lowed Mrs. Spurgeon Patterson o Birmingham, Ala. houseguest her mother, Mrs. W. T. Oberst. the prize, guest, towels, and Mis, Cross was given a silver vase, also was showered with handker chiefs which were presented to her' arranged as a colonial corsage. * 9 . Supper P»Ttr Given for Margaret Cross. •Mtss Margaret Cross, whcKc ninr- riage to Mr. Edward ScBrnves. ot Luxora, will be solemnized Sunday afternoon, was the guest of honor at a supper party given by Mrs. Francis Carpenter and Miss Hazel Hardln Wednesday evening. The two cpurs; menu was served at three small tables arranged In the loving room ot the Karelin's attractive new home. Silver baskets of red roses and miniature bride and bridegroom tallies were used and a corsage of roses and swcetpeas marked Miss Cross' place. In the bridge games which followed, Mrs. Samuel F. Nnrrls won hlgb score prize and Mrs. Charles Perry, low. Both received baking dishes. The bride-elect was given gifts for the kitchen from all the guests. . much Interest here where Mr. t'ot- er has frequently visited. The wedding was solemnized Tuesday nt he Carlyte Hotel. New York, where he bride's mother. Mrs. Nell Wilson Yandell, resides. The bride, who is a member ot one of Mississippi's oldest fairil- les, was formally presented (o Memphis society in 1920. She w;vs educated al the Marlborough school In Los Angeles, and later .pent two ycnrs in Paris, completing her studies in art. sho L? it niece of Mr. nnd Mrs. Humphreys of Memphis. Ben G. Mr. Potlcr, who Is Ihe son of Dr. Mr. and Mrs .1. W. Sbnuso and Mrs. O. C. <jan*l:c are in M.'aiphi.- j today wllh Hilly lire'-vci. s-ui "f Dr. ind Mrs. W. H. lira^er. «:.o is .v;- rlously 111 at the Baptist hospital. N. B. Mmarri jr.. Alton flood Robert lU-cder and U-Iloy Broxn, members cf tin; hlch school buys' quartet who won llrsl honors in Ihe district meet :il Jonc.sbon. w:ll leave tomorrow morning for Conway where they arc lo coiuifle in the slate meet tomorrow nighv They are lo be accompanied by Earl B. Bnyder, pianist, and Charles T Kramer, conch. Mrs. Vena llenlty. who has txrn 111 during the past two weeks, li now much improved. Mrs. n. W. Tnomas and som Charles and nichard. of Uixora spent yesterday with Mrs. J. W Whilworth. who is 111. Mrs. Whitworth will go to Memphis £ few days for examination. Emmell Sfay. 16-year-old liig! school Btudent, was taken to Boons ville, Ark., yesterday where he en tered tlie state fuiiillarluin. He wa recently taken lo Camjibt'irs clini hy Mrs. James II. Clark, for Arkansas Society for Cripple* Children, where x-ray pictures dis closed he was ill from tuberailosi: flis condilioti is serious. Mrs. Ben T. Wiggins nnd chil dren Jackie and Dorothy Dean wi «ave today for Warren, Ark., wher they will visit Mrs. Wiggins' motl er for ten dajs. Among the out of to'.™ gues who will l» here for the Cross-Sc graves wedding Sunday will be: M niKl Mr*. I To well Hransford, Be Alexnndcr, Miss Florence Bran ford, Miss Mnrjorio Hell, Franc Bradford and H. E. Bnoisford. Union City, Tenn.. Mr. and M Robert Taylor Scgravcs, Mr. ai Mrs. arover Driver. Mrs. Sue Brow Dr. and Mrs. T. !•'. Hudson, of Lu: ora, Mr. anil Mrs. Basil Segrave Mr. and Mrs. James Carlwright j Mrs. Shcrrod Scpravcs, Dr. and M Eugene Thorn, Mr. and Mrs. Hay Gowan, of Osceola. Mr. and M C. L. Lancaster. Mr. and M Mrs. Evan Styles Potter of jParnsivorlli Black. j)f Memphis. I ' Rev. nnd Mrs. George W. 1'yles. and New York, is connected wllh n, brokernge finn In that city where i I'nragould. and Mrs. Edwin Crab- he and his bride will reside after lrce ' ° f Avon p "r k. Fia. a honeymoon to be stwnt In Wasii-1 Mrs. Berry 3. Brooks jr.. nnd inijton, D. c.. nnd en n trip Hijbagh j dnughler. VirgHtln. of Memphis, nre ihe south which will take lliem. to [ Buests of Mrs. Allan Walton for the Kentucky' Dcroy. RoLi litH tj".i. swernl days. Mrs. Walton has been hts sister, Miw; FJorence Potter, arc !'" Memphis wilh her daughter since well known here. j Mr. Brooks tell two weeks ago (or a five weeks wild game hunt in the SteeJe-Cooter Society — Personal der. Mr*. J'ender who h»» been 111,1 Mrs Busselle and small son accom- I. trti.flYi itnnritVAfl • ~. — . .^- Half Moon Club Meets Sixty-five members and gues'.s o'. the McDowell Miulc club were en- tmcilncd Saturday afternoon In ihe home of Mrs. Dewey Yarbrough by Olora Mae Yarbrough, Elbcrl Lawhon, Eleanor Pounds. James Alien Vickrey and Onits Prllchard des Ihe hosts and hostesses, those inking part In the program were Ktfalynn and Charlynne free man, Wanda Smith, Jeanetta Jean Scabaugh. Louise Rcsves, Lucille Aboti. Alice Jane Hester, Sylvia Hcldinan. KloLse Barnes, Dorothy Jean Foster, Rubye Nell Ogle, and L T. Moore, all of Blytheville. Miss Minnie Lee Jones Is the director. Mines. A. B. Rhodes, J. H. Workman, V. L Blaclcw'cll. J. W. McCullough and II. E. Doerner attended a bridge party in the home of Mrs. Pauline Goodwin of Caruthersville Monday afternoon. The S'.cele high schcol alumni banquet will be held in the auditorium Friday evening. The Woman's Missionary Scclety will serve. The banquet will be followed, by a iance nt the armory, to which th? nubile is invited. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Workman and Is much unproved. Aufcer Earls returned Sunday from a week's visit with relatives in Poplar Bluff. Plans for serving the alumni „ banquet wore made at a meeting with Doris and" Eug'eniV Hunte7.°""! Haif Moon Dfmonstration cluo of the missionary society Monday Funeral services were held Sun-! M °" day afternoon - A number ot "— -* •- -- ! ' members gave reports on home Mrs. Hunter home and will spend a few weeks visiting relatives . and friends here. Tl!c canning budget was planned Mildred Bruce and Sylva and -Si- and , chances were given out to br> na Huckaba spent Friday nigi:i:» ld on a 4 1|1R ac a meeung of th? afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. A. Spencc. Rev. and Mrs. H. A. M»ssey and daughters returned Monday from Laurel, MJbS.. where they attended the funeral of Mr. Maaeyfe father. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Meadows have moved to Alabama. William Carter has accepted -a posiiian as assistant manager of ih? Phillips 66 station. Mr. and Mrs. D. MrBrtde 1 of Union City, Tenn., visited Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McBride Sunday. man. Two new members were enrolled. Canning WHS planned for this afternoon and the rcjiikir business meeting will be held n-jxt Monday. day at Carutliersville for Mrs. Min- ; , , ,, „ ard Pfeffer of Micola, mother of!*". 0 .? lo the BcUcr I!omes chilir - Mlnard Jr., Elwood and Austin Pfeffer, who attend school here. Minard ', PJefler jr spent Sunday night with Rayni9nd Long. Mrs. A. M. D? Bakey and .sinall zon have returned from the Blythe- vtlle hos]>ltal. The senior class presented n one act play and the other classes and organizations of the high ischool'. and grade schools of tr.e consols-! ____ .__.-„ Ill ' __ dated dbtrlcl entertaim-d withl FITS-ATTACKS CURBED Tli» world's largest known copper deposit, in chile, is reiiumcil ons of oro. 110 ro "' ain Mr. and Mrs. Abner Ashcrcft had slunls and songs Wednesday nljhl as their dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Eisvood Brown and ton. Calvin Gean. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Hughes, a:id Ruth, Don and. Paul Brown. Miss Ava Marshall has returned from an "extended visit in Brighton Tenn. Miss Hannah Smith accompanied her and will visit relatives here. at ihe gymnasium. The alumni banquet, will be held at the gymnasium Friday night. May 11. Lone Oak News . Brother J. L. Pinkston of. Holland, Mo., will begin a Bible school ; here Saturday, May 5. Everyone A coatumo that belUs Mrs. Franklin 1). Hooscvelt's active Ufa Ic ihe new trim-tailored spring suit In which she Is sliown. It IB ol un- llnlslied worsted in n»»y blue with while hairline stripei. A white naltn seart provide! contrast. To Address Clnli Mnyor Cecil Shane address Rocky mountains of Mexico. Mrs. Oliver W. Coppedge, who has Clear Lake News son James Henry and Mrs. Work- i! . °, lu man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. l' s lnvlt «d. Barnes ol Portageville, spent Sun-1 . Pra ^ r " !eetl "8 day al Uttle Black river. Miss Mary Newt Carr has returned home after taking a course in pharmacy at Brunswick and Kansas City. She will be employed at Workman's drug itore. The Pemfecot oil station has be?n leased by K. Copeland and Cecil Brown. Mrs. Viola MarsliaH observed her 47th birthday with a dinner Sun- iday, attended by all of her children. Those present were Mtss Hel- I en Marshall and Floyd Btedsoe of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Allord Key and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ho- l»rt Marshall and children, Mrs. Jesse Young and son, N. J. Perryr dore, Thomas Northern, and Miss Oolda Marshall. While learning to drive a car Sunday Mary Dccins Clark drove Into a tree in the Clark yard and as slightly injured, she lost two ecth. Her father, who was also i the car, was scratched and brnis- d. Mrs. Sims Michie, Mrs. L. W. aimer and daughter. Maybell. and l!ss Eunice Hcmenger spent Monay in -Memphis. H. O. Croft of.iCnarleston spent ut week end here with his wife nd friends. Howard Pender of Jonesboro pent last week end here with his Mrents, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Pen- Nctherland News Tb«r« 1* n.w \op* for TicUmi ol •piltipiy, jadgiur from th» many who tav« tried Lcpfto, • ham* trt*t- BtfflC Oc» UMr kfur anathtr now. wriu* that LcpM hu rtitcved then •( Mtecmi. Iti ftm« bu tpr«*il for M rwn M ont oier Eu* told another. If >yoa buffer, Mad nam*. ace ana nddrew to R. Lepsc, Apt, 62, 123, E, Wrirtt St.. Milwaukee. Wla.. a=d h. will Md l trial aniiplr ol IhU will be here every held al Sunday the church night. The Home Demonstralion club met at the community kitchen" Monday and planned a tour for Better Homes week. Mrs. Jane Eoney is sick. Mrs. LOJ.S Tomlinson of Blythe- vlile visited her parents here Monday. Afiss Eunice Brooks entertained the Senior Sunday school class wit a dinner Sunday. Thirty-four were pre^nt. The school here will close Fri dny. Tho Nctherland school closed Friday; John Troutman entertained, his pupils, with a picnic. Mrs. A. C. Blankenshlp visited her parents,' Mr. and Mrs. T, W Whittle of. Annorel,'the' early part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Kerlin Bates ol Hayti were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Watkins for the week-end. M. R. Roland tr.insactcd business at St. Louis and St. James recently. Mr, Martin of .Cooter was ft guest' Tuesday in the home of his daughter,: Mrs. J. W.. Lcntz. Hubert Whittle of Armorel, Ark., a member of the Netherland ball club, was the dmner guest of his sister, Mrs. A. C. Blankenihip Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Blanken- shlp of Hayti are visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Blank- enshlp. the meeting of Ihe Blylhcvillc Wo-[been critically ill at the Memphis Democratic club Friday at the Hotel Noble, 10 men'B mornln o'clock. AH women nf llic city lire Invited to become members of this (jroup. • • • County it. Y. p. II. .Meets :>t Armnrcl The Mississippi County B. Y. P. U. association will meet lit the Armorel Bnp:LU church this hostess of the I "Ing, 8 o'clock, when the group wiii be in charge program with Pruill as leader. Bapllsl hospital for more lhan a week, is much better lodny following a new treatment last night. J. H. Honey, who hns been ill, Is now able lo be out. Mrs. W. B. Williams will return home tonight from Moorrheafl. Miss., where she visited her sister for several weeks. Pecan Grove News Yarbro News s Evil Mansfield. Mrs. Harmon Ynrtro and Slella and Wll- lard Eviiiis nre sick this week. Elmer I.anglcy has moved lo this vicinity from Riplcy, Tenn. ... ,, --| Mrs. Bill Robertson spent the Miss Margaret week-end with her mother. .Mrs A. J. Wilson of Dogwood. Mr. and Mrs. Bllllc O'Neill en- lerlnlned a IIIIBC crowd with a play parly last Thursday night. A large crowd attended the play parly given by Mr. nnd Mrs. John Lee Davis Friday night. Among those on the sick Uns week are James O'Neal Louise Via spent Saturday night In Promised Land. W.' W. and S. L. Matthews Rlplcy and McConnell, Tenn., wen called here last week by the 111 ness of (heir sister, Mrs. Georgi O. Hnrncs, who Is now Improv ing. Mr. and Mrs..R. L. Farmer wei Salmcluy night guests of Mr. anc Mrs. George Wicker of Blythevlltu Mrs. Francis Calvert, Mrs. Lilli Calvert and Kfinnte Shepard wcr sick for a lew' days last week bu are no\v belter. Thomas VLn spent the ivt end at I.usora as the guest Arlin Baker. The Home Demonstration clu canned hominy for Mines. J. ^ Hayncs nnd Walter Benchain Tues day and met with Miss Cora Le Coleman Wednesday evening. Mrs. George Robert™ spent Sntiuday night with her •on nnd bnby Braggadocio Mrs. Lucille Hunter returned Saturday f r o mMJmplits where she spent a few days with her small daughter, Mrs. Howard'-"-Busselle Evangelistic Meeting Will Open at Holland An evangelistic meeting will begin Saturday at the Pentecost church of Holland, Mo., with serv ces each night. Pays for a Beautyrest Mattress Hubbard Furniture Co. SPECIALS FRI.-SAT.-SUN. list nnd Uo ol Dill Moody's children. tisler. Mrs. Jim Himphill of Gos- noll. Miss Tlieiniii House spent Monday night with ertson. Mrs. George Hnh- Jcsisn Aid lias a Meeting in OsccoU. Thirty members of the '. 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