The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 17, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 17, 1934
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(AE1.), COUHKR HKWi THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1984 • • Social Calendar '' FRIDAY'S EVENTS '',Hy Shy Ny Sunday scliool class of First Baptist church meeting with Miss Cordelia Wilhitc, 1:30 p. m. ~ SATURDAY'S EVENTS *• Mows. Loy Welch, J. W. Adams, gram being planned by the Klllolt Fletcher chnptrr ol (he Unilcil Daughters of UM- C'oniecliTiiry l"i next Thursday evening. May 24, in Ihc nitz Ihcaicr. This program will lx> shonii as u part o[ the regular Iheater program. Along with the iiu»ns will !>.: specially dance numbers, in kecp- Bih oj Ntits Mostly Personal 1 The cuntlilio:i «l MI.V Oliver W. j Sleelc-Cooter Society — Personal The Woman's Missionary Eocicl . 3r., and Jorl Clundlcr and Miss Miry McHaney having IM-WRC par Jy at Hotel Nolite. 2 P. M. CH»b to Have Dance Tonlflit. « Jaclc Siatcup nncl his orchestra ..will play (or the dance at the country club this evening, when lor J):c first time, members will be pcr- jnttted to bring local quests. •» Dancing is lo begin M 3^0 o'clock 'jrllli a halt-hour liitcnnlisioii al midnight. a « • • TOmrtny Aswxlillon Meets. '', The, Map'e Grove Cfmclery »s- tocialion met wltli Mrs. J. \V. Duv- ^iim Tuesday atternoon when !2 •members and two visitors n'.tcndcd. ': Reports showed (lie ccme- •4s now in excellent condition for ^the summer months. « The hostess served an ice course ;with cnfce. . \ setting of a colonial home. Jtolh children and women \vill lie nted as models for the KWIIS which will inclurli' wedrtlns BOWII&, monilng dtt'sje.s. "at homi 1 " frocks nnd evening dresses. A wrcldlini will be enacted wllli tin- cinwRi the .same ns (hose won; lunu ayu on a .similar occasion. The BOWIIS arc lo Ir furnished Ijy fnmilles throughout. Mississippi county and anyone having H dress IHey desire dis|il:iyeil .should cull Mrs. James li. Claik. Wilson Society — Personal A soclnl inccliiiB nt the Mcllind- ist missions]-}' society wus held .^Wtthodist Wonwn l'Um Tncsdiiy afternoon ill tile home ol May Brtakfaxt.- Mis. W. M. Wallace, wilh Mrs. 1C " Plans being formulated for the P. CuUorn as hostess. "Socln ^mnu;il May breakfast ot ths Wo- Evangelism of Brazil" wus discuss • man's Missionary society of the cd by Mines. Eva KIT] In. Hoy Wn•First Methodist, church disclose that "the affair this year will be "bigger tantl better.". It is to be on the lawn .of Ihc U. S. Branson liome Wcdnes- Tl* Literary club im>l at tin -day morning, May 23. i honl c of Mrs. R. L. liouch Tucs " A breakfast menu will be served] day nflemoon. Mrs. Hoach review "at small tables, colorlullv decorni- '<! "Anthony Adverse," by Iterve •i, , ., . . i i i • " _... ters. H. R. Sullivan and C. W Ferguson (jave Hit scripture let jed, under the large trees beginning c£l six o'clock. Reservations for individuals or panics nuiy be inude fjjjy calling" Mrs. M. O. Goodwin ^chairman of Ihc ticket committee, ;at 412-W. Proceeds Irom the sale ;p[ tickets, at 35 ccnls each, will "i'o lo the missionary society. •• Mrs. Harry \V. Halncs Is chnir- "inan of tSe aflair. • * • -Lenis-Bolton. ; Announccmciil has been made o! !the marriage ol Mrs. laura Bolton. .•of this city, to H. O. Lewis, ot Sac- |ramcnto, Cal. Tiie wedding was .performed Wednesday, May 2, at -the home of Rev. Euplia D. nras- •ley. pastor o[ the First church of 'the Nazarcnc. who performed .ceremony. - Mr. and Mrs. Lewis are now at •home at 420 S. 21st Street. £apUst Women Sponsor Allen, and Mis.s Mniiun Chandli gave tile source.s of Uic author' maierlal. Others Inking part ii !lw program were Mrs ]j ,v lewis and Misses JeaniUle Phil lips mill Virglc itogers. Mrs C L Biard. the relirbit president wa presented with gift. •sis intended Hi Daughters (unique Seventy Molhers nnd Eicon by (.he Home Economics ell and served by the p. p A i roy . s , Ihe Wilson school Friday lilgh Airs. C. L. Bird gave the invoca lldii. Miss Anna Kul\\ SiH-ck we coined the mothers, and Mrs L. Hoiich gave tire I rcsjioiisc. Oil crs on the pro R rnin were Jove "'"in, Virginia Speck, u-v,u Bojce, Kathryn Walk. NHlri, riiompson nnd Huby Cmln. Mrs S. c. Brandon cnlcrlaim Ihe Wednesday brlclRo club ami M« S ' S ' A ' KrRcuo]a - !1 . Airs. Rofi,H Wrl e.f, Jiisse-s Mary ;l11 and daugi 0-H'l Elizalj I'H'ir home nfter spending sovei 'J's with Mrs. w. p. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. H. c. Camini, m mve returned lo Pure Bluff .allied with a family dinner ul ,lieir home at Number Elijlil Sunday, especially honoring Mrs. Cvans mother. Mrs. Allle Janes of Cooler. Other guosLs were Mr. and Mrs. Bill lialley, of Blytlicvillc, Mr. MrB. Basel Mcclure and son Jimmy. Miss Katherine Jones, Mr. ml Mrs. Sliles and daughter, "1 Cooler, and Mr. and Mrs. Chnrhe Jnnt's of Number Eight. Tills was UK' first time the entire lanilly had been together In several ycats. oppedue. who h;is lii'i'ii i-riiliLi!ly i>i t ] u . p\ K i Melhodlsi church was ftl Ihe Memphis linplM ImspiUil ciiUTUiitied Monday in Ihc home r .several weeks, w:i.s niiicii win.* | or Mrs. Mellon. Mrs. J. F. lloalc, xlay. Al! rt-lallvis have hern nljihc piesidenl, led the pi-ograin. r bedside for several days except I MJ^ llaunah Smith, who lias r fKllicr, George U. Matthe-AS. |i, ccll Km . Ai o( ] lonor !lt „ num i>er id ton. ,l« Din ns Jr.. wlii'' (>1 ]);I] -IJ L . S durlin; n two weeks vis- cnl down last niRhl. | it in-re with relatives mirl a iricnd, Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Srurnv.-:- .\li;s Avu Marslinll. left Sunday for uirneil yciU'rdiiy from 11 lioncy- juv iiome at lii'ighlon, Tenn. con s|M>nl in Mlnmi. Avon JMrX, I El | is De B n |, t .y , lf Lllkc ciiarles, nnpii nnd oilier imlnls In Klon- j, ., in-rived Siiliirday for nn inn. Eiiroulc homi! lliey vu-iied in | t i e tinitc visit \ritli relatives In Cooler and Stcele. Mi. an dMrb. W. M. Holly and '.the Rev. Cecil Meadows lefl Mon- 1r. and Mrs. Hennmi Cross, and ; (i ,, y )ol . Fort worth. Tex to at- «vc (,'one to Liisorn where Ihcy | U , nrt u , e so u ti,eni BaptiM convcn- ill make their home, llelore tlic-ir i tion iiirriage Sunday. May 5. Mrs. .Si- j AI ' Lw S |, an |i S „, MraiiphL-i spent raves was Miss Miirgmet Cross. lail wreh cn<| hc|i( , wl(|l hcr bro _ Among HIOSE Irani here wlio al- [her, S. C. Shanks ended ir,e light in Memphis Tu-s- Mre Dil n cn i> r ii c ],ard anil cliil- ay night, refcrccd by Jai-k l).'iiip-l ( | rc ,| O f Portagevllle ,s|>eiit last ey, were: Mr. anil Mrs. I,. E. wec k end in Cooler with hcr mo- llniun, On., and at Lootimi ountaln. They were here ycslcr- ny with Mrs. Si-yrave:.' pavenls •Jaynes, Ernest Ifalsrll. Adol[)h Crafton, Don Sainmons. Wells liasl- tnn ami Frnnk Wilson tlii-r, Mrs. Ijiiln Dean. Hilly Ccan TslXington lea Sunday for an extended visit with his The. coiiailion of Uciuley Craw- i grandmother, Mrs. Baker, at, Halls, ord, ~\vho lins boeii fritically ill at Tcnn. ic nlythcville hospital since Sat- 1 Newt Taylor of Cardwcl] spent ii-day, is unchanged today. | Sunday in Cooler as the guesl o: •Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Stovall :v-| Mr - ilnci Mrs - Che.Her Taylor am 1 nrncd lust nlgr.l from l.inlr- Ho-l; ,daughlci. Imogene. where they nflrnded the annual | Mrs - c - N - Sanders and Paul E meeting of the Arkansas Funeral '• Milbrandl of Joiner, Ark., speir Directors Assnciation for three days.; lnsl u ' cek ™ cl ''ere as guesls 01 Mr. Slovall. who is Hie reliilnj I Wrs - L ; a s l >c » ct ' 1 ' ; >' lc ' Mrs. A. I. (resident, was eleckd lo Ihc cm- McBride. Hilmcrii' board I M! - lultl MrK - C. 1'. Howard hac Mr. and Mi's. f. K Hlomeyer have ' " K lllclr dinner Biiesl.s Sunday Mi ' as their guests Mrs. llbmeyer's i'" ui Ml ' s - «• T - L «wis jr., and chil m-oti-.or. On-ul SmoDt, Mrs. Smuol lll ' cn o[ IIa i'ti. Mrs. E. W. McCam and two children, of Wichita. Kan.' antl daughters. Helen ami Mar Miss Virginia nlomeyrr. ivlio is now employed by a traveling cosmetic, company, is s]icnrii!is two weeks wilh her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Blomcyer. Mrs. Lucy McActams has iclnrn- ed (roin St. Louis \vhcrc site pur- ciiased siim:uer steck for the Indies' Tosseiy. Mrs. Kmma Humpy IrU yoster- dny for Mansfield and Springfield, Mo., where she vill visit. ;. Circle_ 3 ol the Woman's Mlsston- .jry society of the first Baptist -church sponsored sjwdal services Tklonday, Tuesday and Wednesday ifternoons at the Pilgrim Rest, Ne- •gro Baptist church for women of ir-Rt congregation. I A course in "Jlow to Pray" was *iven. On the first afternoon all •members ot the group attended 1 $-ith Mrs. C. W. Aftlick in charge if the study. Mrs. w. M. Williams •gR« the lessons 'i'uesday ami Wcd- Jesday. ^ Other circles of the society tield regular mcclings Monriay aftcnioon. Wrs. M. C. Oullaw entertained cir- 'flc 1 when 17 members and two vis- Jlors attended. Mrs. R. 1,. Recder Jed the Bible study from the 18lh thapter of Acts and Mrs. Theodore jtogan and Mrs. Ben Harrison ol- , ' Crain n '»l *red prayers. ( ™"! , ll W( -'^'s business " The thlrfl group met at the w » sllll >Ston. D. c. Church with 14 attending. Mrs , I; "™ Mrs ' Newton nsnonrn Charles Newcomb led the devotion- ,-'. 1U I WI ". Miss.. i m <( Mrs. Harry •1 on "The Second Coming o! ; lows ' s "f Memphis visited friends 'Christ." Mrs. . M. Crow and Mrs. 1 '"° ^rtlay. Charles Ncwcomb offered prayers. . uc \- "• M - Lnwls will cMwr the • ' • taccjuureatc sermon at Joiner To Have Coloni»l oundny night. Kcv. James Handle Jt>«m Display Here VaUor of Ihc Joiner Mutliodisi, Heirloom gowns of by-gor.c days c " llrc ". will |ji] [| lc tn i\\tii h? rc i-elurii rridny trip to Ashbmn Holland News Mr. and Mrs. James Tankcrslcy *I>ent Ihc week end wilh Mrs. Tankcrsley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Klfer. Horace Davidson of I'lntey, Tenn., wus I lie guest last, week ol his uncle, Milton lioll. Miss Vernn liichunl left Saturday for Flint, Mich'., where slie will visit her sister. Mrs. Iluby Roy iclionl, oo klheir sliidents to nig Springs Mondny for an all day picnic. They were accompanied bv Mr. nncl Mrs. j. li. Samford. Mr. and Mis. Elmer Jones, Mrs. O. 5. Ulley and sou. Everett, and I«rs. Jiick- :-on. Sam Sherwoad was the weekend icst ol hLs sister, Mrs. Leonard nirhard. Mcivin Kifer rel-iirncd Sunday from Newellon. Ln., where IK- spent ii few clays wiili his brnlhcr. »asil lidwai-ds cit St. Lmn.s sjient the week end line with his wife and daughter. Anna, of Cooler, and Mr. nnd Mrs Miisehcll Hamra and cliildivn o Steele. Miss Bonnie Smith, home ec onomics teacher al. Cooler, te Friday for her home at Gibson. Mif.s )!crnice Hollinswortli K|ie.n laM week end wilh her sisler. MIT «o While, of Huffman. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Ycage '(- enterlainini; the senior cla: wilh a narty at Hie Cncen Inn to .ilphl. The junior and senior class ocolei- high school enjoyed a pic nie at Big Lake, Ark., Friday. Mrs. \V. A. Howies and cliildre Memphis will arrive Friday fo several days visii with Miss Kati print- .Jones and other friends a Cooler. Mrs. Howlc.s is remembei e<l as Miss Rulh Reid. Jtthn R. Arnold has gone. I Flint, Mich., lo make his home. Mrs. Ralph Darnell Is vlsitii her sisler in Jonesboro. Mr. and Mis. Will Evans' enlcr- Kkron News Notes Mrs. Lee Willard and family of Cooiei. Mo., visited Mrs. Hnrvc} llurcclt Sunday. Mrs Hell Gentry and daughler of Missouri wei'c tile eiiesis re- ntly of Mrs. Henry Duncan. Angus Minyai'cl and family visit- Ins daughter in Missouri reo illy. Marie Hargelt, Hazel Ashabran- Truly Reeins. Woodrow Reec id Clarence Trammel jr., rcix-ivec jiloimis from llu; local schoo! •iday. l.illle James Minyard had the id of his finger cut off when e i door was shut on" it. Chris Virden jr.. of Houston ivt, lias come to spend the sinner wilh Owen Doss. Among I'nosc who are sick nr !:.-.. Percy Shellun. Miss Virgin! inilli, and Miss liec Delhridge. Hufimun News Mr. and Mrs. Billie Ray wcr •eek end guests of Mrs. Ray's mo her. Mrs. Will King, and Mr. King Mr. and Mis. H. V. Sewcll Jampbell, Mo., were here Sunda Ilernoon looking over Iheir farn Mr. and Mrs. W. A. I'arham and amily and Mr. and Mrs. A. L Bears aixi family were guests Sunday o! Mr. and Mrs. Charley '-.'aiicc of TyJer, Mo. Mrs. R. L. Adkisson returned Thursday from the Blylhevillc r.os- liial. she is reported improved. Mrs. Willie Hedge of Blyiheville iix-nl lasi week end with Mrs. Em- ua I'cery. Mrs. Matl:e cassiriy was the week end guest of her son, George CassMy. Claude Raynioiui and Ruberl Nelson C;issidy. sons of Mrs. Maude Casbicly. were xveek end guesls of llieir Mrs. Wood- Inu^e. of Bar-field. A. S. Miller of Cooler and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Porresicr and son, Hiilpli. of Tyler. Mo., called on relatives here Sunday. ill lurnish one and j halt hours 'climbed at one o'eloi-k this morn' enlciuiiiinenl wilh these taking jing at the nlylhevillc hospital. ,L Sf0 r,.,n wirtnr had been ill for .several days. Unlil recent years, lighthouses, built, for the purpose ol savins art: Marvin Wicker, Elsia Wif-'she had"bccn"i"ll"ror .severalTays^ llvfs ' causcd lhc death of huntlreds in. Jewel Wicker, Burl Wilson, I Funeral services were to be held ! of Wll<ls evcr >' ,^ ar; ,\ h ? ^, le * dy ick Craig. Geneva Aklas, Troy at two o'clock this altcrnoon ati" hUe hght of the old-fashtontd ijniner, Talmadge Oann, Victor Salem Ark with the Rev Del- .beacon lured the birds Irom afar Vllson. Hilly Slaliings, Mark vert Davis officiating. The L. G. <"><* "* lr b «U e5 were daiihcd to ampiwll. Violet Taylor, Eva Deli Moss Undertaking company was in Pl«* s against the glas. •n-dnn, Marga.ei aann,-' Rulh charge of funeral arrangement. ~~ ).uby. " " ••----" ikins. _ .. ilewarl and liill Cable wilh Mrs. laiiiel Drown Sullivan as dircc- or. I There will Le no admission! harge. Caiu|>bcll, Frances Geneva Skelton, Virginia The deceased is survived by her husband, o. E. McCormlck, and live children. Good News far Kidney Scdferttsl Mineral Services for Mrs. Lillian McCormick Women of Stom bridge, 'mold bricks by pressing the moist! iclay into the forms with their bare j 'tee Will Present Play al Reece School Friday A play. "Fnn on trie Podunk Llmilcd." will be presented at Hie Recce scliool Friday evening. 7:30 o'clock. The play, with i! characters. . . flowers . moments . . and these thrilling new Dresses for the girl GRADUATE Tlmrsday & Friday Mat. Nitc 7 :ll>, important part the event itomantic (k'ntk-man Hnuor.ibk tu n fualt... He never told a Iidy's setTete—rv-fiji thov^ll many f.idi«s ioM crvts alnmt him! Summery new drcs- se.s i n beautiful new floral designs d n d solids . . . sheers, crepes, taf- feU trims and organdies. Riugless Ghiilon Hose You'll love them - - They're so sheer! $1.35 Compounded by Registered Pharmarisls... .Using o n 1 y Pure, Jligh Grade Drugs. Your Doctor Will Hccommencl Fowler Drug Co. R. N. Hill - - J. M. Fowler Registered Pharmacists be displayed in a unique pro- lll!U ni sl't. A HOT I'lT BARBECUED SHOULDER TO UK GIVEN FREE Wo will give nnc nf our rtclicimis barbecued pi;; shoulders to the person who makes the nearest estimate to the number erf customers who visit onr place next Sunday, May 19, from S A. SI. unlil 12 P. M. In case of a lie, each person \vill b« given a shoulder free. MAKE YOUll KSTDIATK AM) TUHN IT IN BErOUK 12 1> M. SATURDAY - - IT MUST HU IN A SEALBD ENVELOPE. RUSTIC INN "Home of the Hot Pit Pig n - SPECIAL 8-DAY SALE \Vr now luivi 1 ;i niniiili'lr lini' nl' drossos nnd suits for iinv (H'Ciision in tlross, si-ini-dress and :;|)nrt stylos. A lii-iiiitiftil colli'i'lion of drcssi\s for tlnidinilus to si'li-i-t from. \Vc alsu havi: stivnt dn-ssi's and suits in rniigh nnd t-n-pi's . . . \VliiU", pasU'l shudc.s and navy blue. I'l lo f>^. All Gn-atlv Kcflucnl A smrni assort iiictil of Linen, Ivn'lrl Kinl>roi(lcry and \M\' I Irenes and suils s]irciiilly priced. I'Vi. - Silt. &- Monday RIGHT PRICES LARD, I'ut-i'. Lb. - 8u Camp.. Lli. (i'/ic SOAP, liig Ural. 7 I^rgc Bars - H. K. KEEK STKAK. Kill. Lb. SUCHWOMIH DiKGIROUS •-..: :: .'.i »ilh ROSEMARY AMES ROCHELLE HUDSON MONA BARRIE HERBERT MUNDIK HOWETTACROSMAH CARTOON - - COMEDY The Ladies Toggery 3 Doors West of Kress' 25 lo 8S.9; Voilr, liatislc ;nul Sccrsiifkcr Dresses $1.00 to S2.9.1 Milliiirry Values I'rom 81.9H lo S't.9.> ()no Table '19<- to 69,One Table %e to S|.f,«) OncTablr.S.1.9«loS2.f,() CHOCOI.ATK UKOI'S, !,b. - SUNBRITK CLEANSKK, 2 Cans FRESH I'W, LIVKR, U). - io u 10 C iito, rnnsist- :;fts, ;=!ip. ; . -Hy purse.". Sec our rolled ion of jrifs fnr the i mx of silk underwear, va.jiimas, ,1 negligees, ftnwiis, hrassiorcs, jrlovc.;, ronijiarts ami liaudkercliiofs. Sale'Begins Friday Morning. }\ny Id And (',0111 i lines Through Sal.. May 26. VISIT OUR SHOP BKTOKli You BUY NEW ECONOMY SHOP Located in Ingram Bldg. Phone 954-NV. Baby Chick r'eetl.'s 1/3 lu. Ifcig LL C01TEE, Sunny Kruuk, t'iinova. iJj Shurtcnini;, I'urtJ .Vcjf. -15-11). Can Veal Chops, Ll>. - Veal Steali. Lb. - - ];>c STKAWIiiCKHIliS, (Juarl CAKE I'LuUR, Swansdonn. Lb. - -' - I'icklcd I'igs Keel, Honfless, li>-oz. jar 1'ICKLKS, Sour, d/, Iflc IMCKLHS, Swctl, d/. ISc FLOUR, ri. or S.H.OCC Ht-Lb. Sai-k - - - - OJ ri.Ol.'H, \Vilsiin\s |{cs(. 10'His. - - - 5 C iy< H I'OKK LI). SAUSAtii;. 10' at KIRBY'S HOT WEATHER NECESSITIES Picnic Jugs, 1 gal •$$ Electric Fans, 8-inch $1.19 Houbigant Bath Powder $1.00 Gemey Bath Powder $1.00 Marvelous Bath Powder .55 ,!.<;. SALAU i'inl DUESSINC tjmirt - 'i~* MILK. Crillaco. I^C fi Small in- :( '1'all - -U Wo Sell Cniigs Milk Rite Price Gro. Old 1'osloffirr Uiilf. Save Our Hcslslcr Slips We Deliver - - I'lione 231 Deodorants and To Stop Perspiration Tidy - Liquid - Powder or Cream 39c Amolin Cream 50c Odorono 35c & 60c Dew 25c & 50c Non Spi 35c & 50c And Others EVERY DAY DRUG SPECIALS Adlerika Pinkhams Vegetable Compound 99c GOOD NEWS WE NOW HAVE This Wonderful Line ot Hosiery as the Quality AND UP Coty Perfume 50c Per Dram L'Aimont Emerawle Paris L'Qrifan Glovers Mange Remedy 69c Bathing Alcohol 19c Ipana Tooth Paste 39c TRITON Guaranteed Cure Athletes Foot for PERFUME SPHERES BY JEURELLE' They cant, spill, leak or evaporate True Floral (Won $1.00 Groves Chill Tonic 39c Cocktail Shakers $1.19 Zipper Boston week-end Hags $119 Wcek-Eud Travel Bags $1.19 Travel Hat Boxes Lawn Chairs $1.19 Tennis Balls - 50c Skates - - - $1.49 $1,39 J2L39 KLECTUIC S1IXER RATH ROOM SCALES KIRBY'S Main at Broadway Main at Second

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