The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 31, 1934 · Page 2
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•LTOIVILLJI GUM oxnun mn THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1934 Osceola Society — Personal I Eobinwn.Wo«4. 1 The marriage "Cora Younj Day, Social Calenda country home one and a half west farm laud Ste«lc. sws: Wood and Harvey Robinson, both Young at her country home near Heth, In Crittenden county, was en- Joyed Monday by 17 members who were Mrs. Young's guecte al a buf- HUDAVB fcVUCTS " Women's DemoeraUc meeting, -Hotel Noble, 10 a. m. * Elmwood Cemetery association "meeting with Mrs. Leslie Moore, -J:» p. m. '- Ladies Bible class'of First Meth- lodlit church meeting with Mrs. W. A. Stickmon, 7:30 p. m. of Stccle, was solemnised May '26 with the Rev. Stuart. H. Salmon, pastor of the first, I'resbtfcplan church, performing the ceremony, Miss Smmmen. Florence Summers :iu<l Wb» Kaay HMton * Miss ThelmaWoTthmgtoii.daugh Cter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Worth- •Injton, who will be a senior al • 8outh»C4t«rn University at Mcm- ijbts next, year, hat been awarded •-many honors to the past year. *• SK« »ts recently elected prcsl- "derjt of the Women's underjradu- Tate Association, which Is composed -of all .women students and wis ~»lso one of the seven juniors uomi- Joated by the faculty to read for -honors In her senior year. '- She hu been secreUry-ttewur- ^er of the Y. W. C. A. for the jast ••two years »nd Is secretary of the "Southwestern Christian Union, an T. organlration of all students. ^ As a member of the Delta Delta CDelt* sorority, of which she Is » treasurer, sh« is also representative ~of thai group on tr.c Panhellenlc „ council. "-• Mr. and Mrs. Worttiington and •> Miss Wortblngton will not return .*' here this summer but will remain '« in Memphis, where they have been " residing for the past nine months. ^ M. Hirwell, Mrs. J. w. Edrlnf- ton and Mrs. Q. B. Segraves ww nam«d to arrange for a course ol study on the modern novel and drama which will engage the members next year. • • • Members of the Baptist Women's Missionary Union met at the home Bi/s oj Mostly Personal Meaclmm, both of Curve, Tcnn., were united In marriage Saturday by Justice E. D .Walker. • • • Marriage Licenses Ksurd. Among marriage licences Issued from llw Blytheville olUce of the county court clerk recently were: Mlis Myrtk Morrison and James M. Smith, both of Blylhevllle; Miss 'Josephine Pullam and Jlmmle Fields, both of Portagevlllc, Mo.; MUs Nellie May Thompson mid Shirley Jackson, hot hof Manila; MUs Ola Cole, of ijixora. and Hllas P. Shane, of Luxor a; Miss Hazel Jackson, of Dalton, and Lee Ora Alvln Hullimm Jr., a htudenl at Mississippi college lit Clinton, im- dcnvcnl »n emergency operation tor ill a Jack- His brother appemllcllls last son, MlMj, 'hospital Friink Hullman, who uLso tittendb Mlssissli>j)l colltue, Is with him. Mrs. James Woolen, of Conio Miss,, IB the guest of Mr. and Mrs Harry WeWman, having conic es jieclally for the commencement ex erclses of the city high school as her granddaughter, Miss Jnml Nichols, Is a member of the class Mits Bessie Hillls Is visiting I Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Allcnberg ami daughter, Ruth Ann, of Mem- 17 "Stan" Entered i«r "Premiere" Next Wetk already been in the "Hollywood There have 'stars' 1 entered Premiere" featuring Blytheville residents In character laalloas of the screen's most famous stars on Tuesday and Wednesday nights at the Hits; theater. Thoee entered Impersonate Mac West,. Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. Marx Brother,';. "Sohnozzle' Durante, Una Mcrkcl, Myrna Loy, Fiances Dee, Crawford and Clara others. Bow, Joan Sulienger, of Manila; MUs Ray- phi,, spent yesterday und todny mond Garner and Alia Olubb; Miss •-- -- - -Vivian Abbot and Eugene McQiilrc, both of Armorel. Elmrai » A»'n WIB Meet. All lot owners of the Elmwood * Cemetery are invited to attend the y meeting of the Elmwood Cemetery «, Association Friday afternoon, 2:30 ". o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Leslie * Moore. >•• • • • ; fe Hare ReciUL :- Miss Leone Callicott will present £ her piano pupils in a recital Frl- * day evening, 8 o'clock, at tlic high .*J school audtorlum. '» In addlton to the jjlano selections "" there will be numbers by the two ^ Kiddy bands. Pupils to take part r: will be: Itmnces Bhouse, Billy Bto- I v»ll, Marjorle Stevens, June Work~ man, Betty Jean Hill, Betty Jane * Easier, Betty Lou Kramer, Pauline ^ Ftowfer, Mildred Lou Hubbard, Ma.- ry Elizabeth Boru.n. ... • • » ; DrfaUU-Berrjr. Miss vader Berry and Jtsse Drls- •v kill, both of Bteele, Mo., were unll- • ~ ed In marriage May 16 with the .T Rev. Stuart H. Salmon, pastor ol »• the First Presbyterian chuch, offl- ~ dating. • DesMtra.Uc Women WUI M«i Frtday. The Blytheville Democratic Women's club will meet at th; Hotet Noble Friday morning, 10 o'clock, when plans will be made for delegates and other members to Attend the state (invention meeting in Ul- tle Rock nex week. The picnic is planned in June. SUder-IUnkin. Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Ruth nankin and Robert Siller. Tile Rev. Stuart H. Salmon, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, read (he service. Entertains Club. Members of the Wednesday with Mrs. AUenberg's fallver, B. H. Levy. Mrs. O. L. Nichols, of Kc-iscr, Is here for the commence rue nt exercises this evening. Her daughter, Ml-36 Jamie Nichols, Is a member of the class. T. P. pollard will leave Saturday night for his home In Harbor City, Oal., alter spending two montlis with Ills son, W. J. Pollard, nnd Mrs. Pollard, and ul Monette, I ill former home. Mrs. C. S. Stevens and daughter, Miss Mary Ellen, writ to Memphis today to met* Mis. Gene Still, of Plymouth, N. C., who Is returning here after a visit In Tupelo and Senatohla, Miss. Mrs. J. L. Qunrti will return tonight from Equality. 111., where riic has been with her father, Dr. J. A. Womack, who has been critically ill but who Is now much improved. Anyone may enter and may impersonate any star of his own choice. Prizes will be awarded 'to first, second anil third [ilace winners. Plwtos of tlw winners will be sent to picture studios in Hollywood for selection for screen tests In the search for new screen talent. The "stars" will be presented' In ftonl of the Uiealer at 7:30 o'clock and on the stage a I 9 o'clock each evening. Qrldge club and Mrs. Elton W. Ku> by were entertained by Mrs, W. J. Wunderllch this week . A two course menu was served at small luncheon tables arranccd with Five Graduates Get Diplomas at Reece Recce school had its closing exercises last Friday afternoon under the direction of Mrs. Harriett Brown (et luncheon followed by an afternoon of divert in); games. Attending from Osceola Misses Blanche Cleere and LouUe Hale and Mcsdames B. C. Bryan Ueorse Doyle, George Kcllum, E S. Chiles, Guy Bryant, J. w. Cartwright sr., Sim Coble, H. J. Hale, C. B. Driver, R. A. Cromer, R. H. Cromer, Joe Cromer and George Edrington. Mrs. p. L. Plilpps of Memphis, who formerly lived here and was a member of the Auxiliary, was a guest as was Mrs. Price of lilackfish and Mrs. Hale of Memphis, the latter a. house guest at the Young home. • * • Mrs. R. c. Bryan was chairman of the literary department ol the Osceola Progressive club al the department's final meeting Tuesday. • The members enjoyed an all da> uieeUiig at the country home o Mrs. Geor-je Edrington, where ttcj shared a Dutch luncheon at noon following a morning session which they completed study of UK text. "On Reading Shakespeare, 1 with Mrs. G. B. Segraves leadin the lesson, and heard Mrs. J. w Edrington give an Interesting res umc of "How to Study Music," th Of Mrs. E. D. Rose Monday for the monthly Royal Service program with Mrs. J. T. Rhoad* leading. Mesdames H. E. Stevens, E D Ida Tucker, E. L. cole and [. Sangster took part In the lesson. Thirty numbers were pres- .Steele Business Woman Announces Retirement summer flowers. In the card Barnes Mrs. on the prize, lingerie. Klrby Qsceola Pool to Open 06CEOLA, Ark.—Friday, June I, has been set as the date for open- Ing the Osceola Swimming Pool. Charles Driver of Little Rock will be manager In charge of the pool this season. STEELE, Mo.—Mrs. AUna Grls soni, for years a familiar figure In Stcelc business affairs, has sold her present business, The Orlssom Fire IiiKiinmre Co., to Newberry Johnson, and will retire on June 1. She plans to devote her time to her daughter, Martha Wllford and her mother, Mis. M. E. Shtr- rell. of Harry attractive Mrs. Grltsom, widow Grlssom, resides at her J. LeRoy, pastor Street Methodist , last text in the year's chatauiiu Sullivan. Tlx; Rev. W. of the Lake church, gave the graduation address on "Success" and presented diplomas to five graduates, Violet Taylor who was valedictorian, Geneva Akins wlio was salutatortan Elsie Wilson, Mnrgaret Gann uxl Marvin Wicker. 'Hie school play "Flm On the Podunk Limited," was given last week The school quilt, which netted about $10, was won by Mrs. Ben Darby. Three members pie ted tlic four this year year com chatauqu reading course. They are Mrs. L. S. Mitchell, Mrs. 6. M. Hodges and Mrs. George Edrington. Otlic members of the group finished four year courses last year. A committee composed of Mrs. C ssoclatloh are in Hot Springs at- the sUte bar association Circle "B" of the Methodist Wolen's Missionaiy society vwis en Ttained al the home of Mrs. Mar arel Hale Monday afternoon with Mrs. John a. Miller, Mrs. J. L. Ward ncl Mr',, w. C. Pace as co-lios esses. Following 11 short business ses wn Mrs. C. H. Weathersby direct d an hour of social diversion 'lans were made for a picnic „ Grlder Park in which the u-o clr les will participate the last Mon day in June. • » • George Basil Segravcs, who at- ends school at the University of Arkansas, is expected home Saturday for the summer vacation. Ncl- :on Segraves will return Sunday iccomiianled by Dr. George Cone who Joins Mrs. Cone this week at Winslow, near Fayettcville, where she is visiting her parents. Mr.v Cone and their small daughter will also return to their home here and Dr. Cone's brother, Adolph Cons who is also a studenl at the university, will accompany them this far en route to his home at Pte- gotl. Mrs. Bruce Ivy, who has been a patient at the Bapltet, hospital Memphis, where she has been undergoing treatment for rheumatic fever, Is expected home today, she will Ire confined to her home some time, physicians say. Mrs. Hale Jackson and Mrs. c B. Driver spent Wednesday in -Memphis. G. B. Scgraves, J. T. Coston and S. L. 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