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THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1934 BLYTHEVILLB, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MCI Sleele-Cooter Society -"- Personal HIumiuiK-McNabb The maiTlaiji! of fliss Lola McNabb and Wilburu Simmons was solemnized May 19 by Justice T. J. WhitflcM. Both Mr. Simmons and Ills bride arc well known in the Maplcwood community where they will make their homes on Ihc Sim* mmjs fann. • » * • Ho Mnson- Woods Miss Hattlc Woods and Barney kobinson. united in Hlytlicvillt: Latlnver, pastor of lh« First Chris- pertorming tbe cere- Htstlng served as Is the daughter ol tian church, inony. RU«y bnt man. The bride Hot Springs where Uuy have been pending several month* because >f Dr. Robbln*' health. botli of Steele, were iimrrlngc Stiturduy at with the Rev. E. K. Mrs. Ida Wood and graduated Irons the SUwle high school this year. Mr. Koblrjou, wiio is the son ot William Richard RoblmcD, is connected with tl* Simpson CHI Co. Teachers of tiie district who ore spending tlwlr vacations elsewhere are: Miss Ruby* Ashley with her parents at Joiner. Ark.; Mrs. C. E. Miller with her parents at Poplar Bluff, Mo.; Ralph Capps In Bloomflcld, Miss.; Miss Viva Hen- ,ey with her parents at Newbern, Tenn.; Miss Dorothy Brewer in 'ape Qirardeau, Mo.', Miss Maggie Harber in points of Tennessee visiting relatives; Miss Irene Wallace with her parents at Caruthersville; Miss Lillian Bomar and D, L Potts attending school at Jones boro. Mrs. Elpha Bond and Mrs. Florence Blackwell, of Caruthersville entcrlalned with a card party Frl day evening complimenting the 57th birthday of their mother, Mrs J. L. Rikard, a! Sle'cle. Mrs. Roy Penacr and baby, (r St. Louis, arrived Thursday to spend the summer with Mr. and Mrs. p. E. Pcnder. Mr. render wll come down for his vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Wells and children have returned from Ros- n is a striking fact that in many instances or awful suffer- icvjral months because of Mr. m:; where all kinds of medicines Wells' health. - niul tiealments had failed, this I jj r and Mrs c T Lewis new vegetable Gly-Cas lias given complete relief tlml is as 1 in even the most stubbo: at Suiloh battlefield, near Savannah. Teiin., Tuesday, Wednesday ami Thursday, for the celebration. Mrs. Erne.it Mood)-, Mrs John Hale -and Mrs. Lena Moody, of Fuiley and Boise, Tenn., spent he weekend here as guests ot Mr. ond Mrs. S. H. Martin. No End To The -Cas Praise In Blytheville Gly-C Mr. Huiil Finds In Two Boxes of Glv-(,'as .Just (ho Results He Had JU'i'n Wanting for Many Years belli Sliman, whose engagement to Mr. William Arlan of Cairo, III., wu recently announced by her n»r- Mr. and tin. Cote Uigdon are ents ; Mr. and Mrs. Mote Sllmau. Luxora Society — Personal Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Spencer McHenry WM hostess to five lubles of bridge, complimenting Mrs. C. The high score prize was awardtd lo Miss Alma Margaret Wood. Dr. and Mis. R. A. Klmbrough spent Tuesday and Wednesday In jr. left yesterday for Cblcato where they will ipend a week on buaiaess for tlw KKtuas City Shook Co. Dr. and Mrs. N. B. Bits tnd mis, N. 8. Jr., and Jonn, vlU ipcnd Saturday In Memphis when they Will attend tbe wedding ot Mrs Ellis' niece. Miss Edna Lob George, Little Rock, wlicre Mrs. Klmbrough to Albert q.ipely. Dr. Ellis wlU is attending a meeting at Ihc ex-1 givo the bride away and John will ecutlv* board of the Baptist. stale j be ring bearer, W. N. U. Mrs. Klmbrouth was; Mrs. Dixie Crawford and-Mr». recently elected a mnnber of this nitey B. Jours of Blythevllte arc 1 x» 1 'd- I spending today with th* l»ller'« Wednesday nlgni Mrs. Spencer! parents. McHcnry assisted by Miss Mlkiied Major.-, enterUbicd trc Junior li Hayti Society — Personal John Enochs, who Is MitTerl»t wilh an tcutc attack of trlrurills jr.. has given. and children, ot Hajili and Mrs. "'^"Y HI bounding. MoiMc Manning and daughter, Miss " ounc « e ' ? y llc K,rn cases j. mogen vUltcd rclDllvcs at R,,,.. Mrs. H Sliman kiflney, bowel troubles. ilor, Ark.. Sunday. ; After a two weeks visit with her 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Overturf. Miss Mildred Overturf has lelurned to State Teachers college at Cape Olrardeau, Mo., for Ihc summer term. Misses Gladys Frank and Ruth Harper, who attended school at Cape Giardeau. have returned home for the summer. Mrs. H. G. McDaniel and daughter. Miss Alice McDaniel, accompanied by Mrs. Shelley Slll-as jr.. of Caruthersville, are visiting relatives in Alabama. After a three weeks visit here Mrs. T. A. Hamra, of Snider. Okla., and Miss Freda Hamra, of Fulton, Ky., who has been houseguest of Mr. anud Mrs. Sam Hemra, have returned home. E. Crabtrcc, of Avon Wrk, Fla.. and Mis. Edward Segraves. cent brid«. Tr.« high score prize was awarded Mrs. Hayes Gowcn of Osccola. The hostess was assisted by her motlwr, Mrs. Thomas P. Hudson, and Mrs. Elizabeth SIIHnmn. Mrs. Paul Cooper of Tampa. Fla.. and Mrs. Henry Yates of Heman- do, Mlis., have returned lo their homes after having been the giiesls of U'.eir parents. Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Kimbrough, for several weeks. Monday afternoon Miss Anna Margaret Wood entertained with a bridge party complimenting Mrs. '. Edward Scgravcj, a recent bride,' and Miss Elhtabcth Sliman, whose engagement to Mr. William Arlan of Cairo. 111., has recently b?en an- her parents, Mr. and Prizes were awarded lo Mrs. R. J. Oillcspie and Mrs. Mattie Williams. Each of tne honorees was presented a lovely gift. .Mrs. J. N. Hunt Is spending Ilic week In Tup:lo, Miss., as the guesl of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert • Wcod. Mr. and Mrs. Y. P. U. members with a wiener j. l( Oartley-Ramsey hospital, Mem- roast in the park. Mrs. McHeiiry |,,),[.,_ L , ^proving a ,m expects to gav« her group this little farewell -return home the first of* next week, pary before, she leaves to spend the, Mr Rnd Mrs E:lr , CroJS and SOO| summer In the Oiarks. While slicj joc nrli o( unlbert, are vWtlnt is absent Miss Mildred Mijore will, Mrs. Cress' motlwr. Mrs. tva Kcr- liave charge of '' U. group. Cay.orl McClurkln of Morrl Junior B. V. !'. un. .Mrs. Eva Kerlin spent yesterday IIUon| lu Porlagtvlllc. J. R. Ethrldge of Uachvllk; Is litre thli week visiting lib cousin MorrU Ethrl.ilge, In the home of his parents, Mr. mid M"*- Hush Ethrldgc. M. J. Travis and son, Joints Mil- IOM and Charley MOwm left Tuesday morning fur the Quirks near PocahonUs, trl|). They Friday. Hlaman Kohn lemrncil home Tuesday morning from St. Louis, where he had bern visiting his wife and son, Rldmril. and dnugli- ler. Irma Sue. Misses Helen tuid LnHoimi Camp- Ark., on 11 e»mii!ng aiu to return home is Uie guest ol his brother and! Mr , M . A i ior[0 |i. who j, ;ls i^c,, sister, Mr. anfl Mrs. Dean McClur- seriously ill since Sunday. Is iin- ^' n ' j proving. Mr. and Mrs. Demi McOlurklii' M,.. Blld M ,. s w T llcall ttnd will leave Frlduy for Fayellcvllle . M r . n , K i Mrs . A ib rr t Oreenrcll will w!:ero Mr. McClurkin will attend j |, o lo Faycltcvlllo Sunday lo nt- suimner school. I t cn d the graduathin escrci«s at (ho Professor L. H. Aulrey. accom-; university of Arkansas where UK panted by his wife nnd two chll- j former's son. Elslner, Is a senior dreii. left Tursday for Conway to They will be accompanied home by be tli; guests or Mrs. Autrey's par-1 Ei,i,, cr R , ltl ftno l^er son, Charles' puts, Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan, for «| w ho li a sophomore few days toloi . . going on lo Fay-1 Professor Aulrey; Braggadocio Iliss Norm* Holt returned Friday from Jonesboro, where she atKnd- fd trw A. >nd M. college for U.e nastt year. Mr. uiiil Mrs. M. B. Luwis, dene, and MUses Jewell Lewis and Nhu Huckaba, arrived home Sunday train a short tour wll hMr. LewU In lieiuiessw and Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis nnd son, deni;, loft Monday to rejoin tho show In Kentucky. Miss I*wis will remain Iwroj wllh her aunt, and uncle, Mr. andj Mrs. LesU'i Curtncr, until l:er pir-l enls return. Mrs. William U>mond an<l Mrs. Ikrt Skinner have been ill. Mr. und Mrs. L. E. OriiKlnliclm- er left Monday lor Uwclaccvlllo Ky.. where ihey will visit friends nnd buy strawberries. Howard Russell left Tuesday to .seek employment al Memphis. in the wocId.-Thli make * KUd'K«4 and >'!«»• H«» .'Muld » : -fa*t Wilson Society — Personal Mrs. R. E. Jrs. Jos Cromcr were.gi following praising statement made Mr - and Mrs - J- K - Burns and recently by Mr. R. G. Hunt, 428 have moved to Benton, . . . , N. !Hh St.. Blytheville. well known Mo -> where they are opening a local man: "f had tiled all kinds of medicines equal before but never Gly-Cas," he said. one to "I was with stomach, miserable years bowel troubles. sick at my stomnc.h after eating, foods soured, bloated so. Always lind to take strong laxatives to confectionery. Tommy Frake is visiting his brother and family in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peigc _____ children, of Tokay, Ga.^ are guests Would become 1 °f Mrs - Pcige's sister, Mrs. Anderson and family. Misses Jane Bogle and Dorothy Yeager are visiting relatives in St. Ab; Llveraut and daughter, PYances. accompanied by Mrs. MattiD Williams, were Memphis visitors Sunday. Mrs. Williams spsnt the day with Mrs. John Bowen, formerly of Luxora. Mrs. Bowen's friends will rcgrel lo learn t'nat her physical condition remains unimproved. Miss Wilma Tennyson, accompanied by Charles Thomas, molor- ed to Vanndale Wednesday. Miss Tennyson will remain as the guest of her sister. Miss Catherine Tcn- nyion, for a few days before going en to her home in ArkadelpMs. Miss L. L. Lindsey of New York city, who 'has been the guest of lier sisler, Mrs. Thomas F. Hudson, for the past Iwo weeks, will leave on Thursday for - Fayettcville, where . she will be the guest of her niccw Mrs. Spencer McHenry and Wadi Mrs. J. H. brain entertained thcj iVedncsday bridge club this week, j Mre. Cromer held high score. Among those who attended • the I dance on the' 1 steamer President at I Osceola Monday night wero: Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waters, Mr. and Mrs". Silas Cook. Mr. and Mrs. w. M. Wallace and daughter, Miss Maxlne, Mrs. J. R. Clear Lake News : Mr. and Mrc, J. M. lUynes and lions, Jim Alien und Richard, spent ' Sunday In Memphis, i Mr. and Mrs. o. T. Via spenl I Sunday in Missouri wllh Mr. Via* : parents.. Mr. und Mrs. Will Via. Mrs. A. H. Craig -bus returned to Ver home In Ripley, Tenn., after » Wilson jr. andjlf L ^'rT *****"• ""' *"" ;uesis wncni Mrs> Mflm)e Hanc0! . k clU(!rl) , ln ,, d bell of Steele are here this week visiting in the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mis Bailey Campbell and children. Zeb Heno snd mother, Mrs. Corn Reno, and Bolcn Chllton motored Sunday to DCS Arc and lirimot, Mo., where they visited with relu-j lives nnd frtcndn. At Brunei llieyl visited with Bolen's mother. Mrs.' Nora Chllton. Miss Mary Randoliili Is lu Dy- e'rsburg, Tenn., this veek vlsitlnf with her aunt, Mrs. Lucille SUm- nll. Mr. aild Mrs. L. A. Scholt of Benton were UK- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Shumachcr Sunday. They were accompanied homo by their, son, Armand, who had been here the pust week visiting the Sliu- inachers 4 son, Jerry. Since the dlsoivery of Aincrlcu, 25.000 tons, or 17 billion dollars worth of gold lias been produced NON-SKID SIW PAD TRUSSES Tilt Perfect Rupture HoWtrsI SEK OUR FITTEB NOW CuiuulUtion and Advice Fret We have a special type for jour rupturel Robinson Drug Co^ IK. Rallra* « Mxta'bt. 5% Money For Crops We lire in position to make loans to those farmers who need funds to llnisli their eropa, 'on the security ol' «rop and livestock at five per cent interest. If yon need money before your rent check arrives, see ns, we CHII help you. Live Stock Finance Corporation party Thursday nlgiit in honor of her son, Edward. Mrs. Alm« Baker ol Huffman 1: visiting her parcnls, Mr. and Mre. Ilnrbln. There will be a nice creiini sun- i per hero Friday night for Ihe bene- i fit, of the cunning club. Cvcryoiu Is Invllcd. nrother W. E. : Gideon. Mrs. J. N. Jerome. Missjh. r Eloisc Wright and A. L. Orltten-i ""'~'i'- den, Miss Dorothy Gideon and; Melvin Grcshnm, Miss Bdllh Mil-i llcm and Howard Fra/.icr. Miss Joi Margaret Carpenter. Ted and Ray-I mond Coiner. " v . . Mrs. Fvinnie Ferguson, of Colum- j bin. Tenn., who has been visiting 1 her daughter. Mrs. J. D. McKen-; zie for three weeks, has gone to [ will p.each Marion to visit her son. George Ferguson, and family. McHenrv through the summer ses-1 Mrs. G. C. Hudson and son, Don- sion at the University of Arkan- is. Mrs. F. M. Bond entertained with Louis this week. Mrs. G. G. Travis and son, Guy Stewart, have . gone to BlytheviHe for an extended visit with Mrs. pet any action. I was in this condition for years, then since I had the flu last winter my whole system seemed to go back on me. Was worn-out all ths time, tired, j Travis' .mother, Mrs. I. B. Stewart. ilraij?y and hud no pep- But Gly- Glen and James Harvey Bond Cas wasted no time in helping me, j have gone to St. LouLs to visit why by the time I finished my sec- 1 their father. and box I was feeling like a new; Mrs. and Mrs. J .L. Rikard are man. Gaining in weight and j spending the week In Savannah, strength, cat and sleep good and I Tenn.. to attend Decoration Day [cej fine. It is wonderful to be j program at Shiloh battlefield. •M well again— and 1 owe all ;ny Mrs. A. N. Jonc*. of Byhalia. present good health to this one ! Miss., is visiting her parents. Mr. meilicine— Gly-Cas." ! and Mrs. J. F. Vick and family. Gly-Cas is sold by Kirby Bros.' Dr. and Mrs. J. w. Robbins and Drug Co., and by all leading drug \ son, Billy, and daughter, Martha stores in surrounding towns. Ware, will return this week from visiting the . former's sister. Mrs. a bridge shower recently. es-JHarvey Wright, xcially complimenting Miss Eliza- [ J. C. Cullom and S. C. Brandon Phone 122 aid, left Monday for Tampa, P!a.. •n-here they will spend two months Fresh Fish iVhc'n you arc lish hungry Come T« McFall Fish Market 115 West Ash Kresh.Fish At All Times CHAMPIONS BUY Tire* tone Ttr«t h«v« bc«n on Ihc winning cirs in itit •ratHfni Indiinopotii WO -Mil* Rice FOR 1S CONSECUTIVE YEARS THAN YOU CLAIMED' "Your cla«n> for it were vaj mod«t," Trritn Harold R. Boles of Davenport, Iow«, •bout hit 193* Pooti»e Bight Sedan. "I find lhal the c»r rnor* than fulfills nil of lh«v - inotor smoothncsa, rase of operation, «p«d,Tidin;i comfort *nd economy (I »m gelling 16 miln to the gallon)." . . . Mr. Boles \> hut , - j>>^ one of hundred! who rmvt written thrir praise* ^\f^f 0 \, '^'^ it. Keadwhat othcrisay: - BAVWfOarr, MJWA Have you noticed recently how much you can save by purchasing your drug needs at Borum's? 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