The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1934 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 10, 1934
Page 3
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THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1934 1LYTHHVIUJJ. (ABK.T POIHIM MWI Society Luxora — Personal Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kirkwoocl ol Little Rock hiu-u been the reeeut guests of their relatives her, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Walters, Mr. unit Mrs. Sam Bowcn and Mr. and Mrs. Russel Bowcn. Mrs. Charles Driver of Llulc Rock visited relatives here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. !J. K. Cial>tree of Avon Park, Fl:... are liere for an indefinite stay witli Mrs. Giiibiiee's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Sc- g raves. Those aUemiinn Hie wedding ol Miss Margaret Cross and Mr. Edward Segraves, from here, were: Mr. ami Mrs. O. B. Wood, Anna Margaret Wood. Miss Ethlyn Howard, Mrs. S. IS. Terry, Dr. ami Mrs. Thos. F. Hudson and Mrs. LouibC Hudson McHenry. J. N. Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hires, Mrs. W. T. Thweatt and Mrs. Hay Graham were called to lakliif pail on Hie |)ro!;rain aiv I Louise Victory. Gladys IJilliiii'.sli-y.] Lncile Gnllo]), lioiinlc Sue lira- j shears, Joseiihlne Sliiljley anil Mis Eva GcorKe. i Juilge Cainille Kelley ol Mnn- |l)liis will deliver the baecaluireaU': iictdress in the school auditorium ; Thiu-sday nlghl. ' Mr. and Mrs. 13. O. Wilkins anil eliildren B. O. jr.. and Ainu 1 '• Claire, attended the luneral of Mr. i Hurry Wilkins in Jouesboii) Mun- • flay. The deeci.scd was a brcilher of Mr. !i. O. Wilkins. Dr. K. A, Kitnluoiigli and Kev ! Paul Cooiwr. his son-in-law, i Turnor's Corner, Ky.. will li-a\ Mnnd.iy Tor Fort Worlli, Trxus. ; attend Hie Scnillu'i'ii Haplisl Ci.ii-j ventlon. lusull Jailed in (lily Where Mo Was Once (!/;n Holland News Miss Lillian Smil!; rum Monday from a week end with friends in Memphis and with lier .sister. Mrs. E. A. McKmulU o! Arliniiton, Tenn.. with whom uintnred to Muscle Shoals. Aia. Mrs. Maiilord Cohoim anil daughter, Claiidi-lta, left Suiuitiay for a two weeks visit with -Mni. Memphis" Monday on account of j Galloon's parents, Mr. and Mis. the serious illness anil dcalh ot;O. 1,. Miner, at Canhvell, Mo. Melvin Kifer, who lui.s IXTII vis- Dr. O .Howlon. Mr. Mrs. Clias. Kelly Goodrich of Memphis were guests of relatives here Sunday. Mr. U. Howton and ton Mr. Dob Howton of Dawson, Ky., and Mr. and Mrs. I.ilburn Howton and little daughter and son arc guests of Mrs. O. Howton for a few days. iting his parents, -Mr. and J. A. Kiier, led Wednesday lor N'ewelton, Ky., wlieix 1 he will bo employed. Mr. and Mrs. Vnrls Workman and son, linudall, spent the wivk end witli Mrs. Workman's motluT, Mrs. M. Sroll, of Caiutheisnlle. They were called here on account | Noble Capehnrl and Hubert Utley went lo Jefferson City THCS- of the death of Dr. O. Howlon. Coninicncemcnl exercises for Luxora High School will Ijcgin Sunday, with the delivering of the baccalaureate sermon by Dr. R. A. Ktmbrough, pastor of the Baptist day on business. The wedding of Miss Jx>rciie Gray and Oral Parker, both ol Holland, occurred last Friday in Blytheville. Mrs. Parker is ihc church, in the school gymnasium, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fielder The graduation exercise will take| Gray. Mr. Parker is the son of place Thursday cvenisg. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. McDearman are attending the hankers convention in Hot Springs. They will he away ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cooixjr, their lillle son and daughter, Paul jr., and Martha Ann, of Turner's Corner, Ky.. are gucst-s ol Mis. Cooper's parents, Dr. and Mrs. K. A. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Parker. A ie- eeptton was licld at Ihc home of the bride's parents Saturday evening. lleathcuck was elected Claude president of the Holland hiiMii school alumni awocialion Tuesday nishl. Other officers arc Iji'slit:} Samford, vice-prcsidcsl, Miss Kdnii ITowning. wcielary, and Little, treasurer. Plans arc beiii!! made lor a banquet, to he given for oilier entertain- ' Kimbrough. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Smith arc enjoying a motor trip through the i soon, and East. They will be away for sev-jmcnls. eral weeks. | Miss Eva George is directing a| All the protein a man needs can Mother's Day program at the bap-j he supplied by mating one lien-ins list church this afternoon. Thosea day. Cognac, llu 1 I'Voii'l. eily wheip illiluns ot Billions of i in- nijiior piuilui'i'd, drinks less i>f it limn ny oilier Fivncli city of the same WASH OUT 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES Win lUck Pep .. .Viior ... ViuUl, Urilenl RiilliorillM tfrrt that your klA f)i coiilnl.i 16 Ml I.US of llu/ lulk'j ol tiers wlilch hrli) to l^.itLfy ll.i- l<Ji*>4 ani) «i> you tu-nUliy. Thr>' sho'.tld >^;»r out Km the Uailikr 3 rinlk ul fl--nl a di> hicli contains 4 IKHinili of u*»lr nutlrr. If you l-.nvo l.uul.le \vi.h 1^1 fi n-iurni ajilrr imiNdurs \vlth [im.iunt c»ui- lie liii.nlru: Mail di..K>iiif.ul. Ilir IF. Ml I kiilnoy liiljt-J WL'il «,:i)i.t. This k-rr tlciinl mny In- ll.t- W^inniuc i-f i-.ui: " Arkiilu'. 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