The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 4, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 4, 1934
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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1934 Social Calendar Texas •*»*q»'' toted':»«j ,_ War'.chapter. havin» stated ••*« the at hall, 1:30 P. M. Mn, 'ttoyt WbMe entertalnl«f Contract eh*. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTB Mrs. BoVWilks having Wednesday Mdgt dub. v • : The Jtibie Study cite* of the CMrefc «f Christ »1U Meet with Mrs. O. D. Grimes at It* Aowrfcaa Lajion wttl rave their regular meettat ttolglvt at 1:i* at U* Amory. THURSDAY'S BTBTTS ' Mto Miaffc Use Joqes having piano" reclUl at hlfh school ludU ;• P. «. first Baptist Bunco party . , ten., h*s returned boinc »lt|r a FldeJIs class of "church, will have e h«no ol Ma. U. W. Mullins at 7;«, Thursday nlftrt. Miss Minnie Iff Jotie* havlnj 'recital at high school auditorium t P. M. American begion Auxiliary meets Friday afternoon with Mn. Roland . Oraen. alts. c. O. Redman will be CO-bOftCMt DMtribttttoc piut. 1>ey their • koene here • (or Dyer*itn, Mrs. Cecil Ue Miss Sunshine Adams . and Carlton Smith Wed Mfes Sunshine Adams, daughter Of Mrs. J. w. Adams and the late Mr. Adams, became the: bride ol Itr. Orlelon O. Smith jt., son of Mr. and Mrs. Carle ton G. Smith, in a ceremony BOlemhbed at the Methodist pastorate M .Osceola S«t- «Ki»y afternoon. The Rev. R. C. Morebead, pastor oi the Methodist church o! Oeoeola, read the ring a white crepe dress trimmed in hand drawn linen - with white cost .to match. ' Jir. and Mrs. Chester Caldwcll of this city were their attendants. '- Immediately after the'ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Smith left for a MO. .tor trip le Nashville. Term. They .. 'will lie tone Igi jeveral dayf before returning here Wednesday to make • Ibeir home with the bridegroom's parent, who live on Highway (1, service. The. bride more south ol this city. The bride is a graduate Joeal iilih school -and a popular member oi UK younger set. •Mr. smith also attended the local high school an i.was later > stbdenVat mllSUry schools in Ten- pessee. ' * * • Eatertala dan Mrs. John Smotherman and Mrs. W. A. flyctaabn entertained the Ladles' Bible class of (he Mrst &* dayf viaft vi$)i her G.. w. Dlllahunty. She was; accorh- ttrued home by Mrs. Harmon "ay lor and baby, and Lehman OlHtjflie, who will fruit a week with IMC. Mrt.X. A. Hate Is visiting In Hot Springs with her 'daughter, Miss Edna iUtterlne Hale. Mrs. Lulher William* o! Bt. Louto, wfco is v Lit Ing bfcr parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Walden, Is ser- ously ill. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Duly spent yesterday In Dyersburg. Mr. ami Mrs. Marvin Niuiii hare returned from Little Rock where they spent the week-end. Harry Bryant of Holly Springs, Miss,, spent the week end In Blytheville as the guest of Mrs. Gene billahunty. W. W. Rojllpeter is attaint .to business In n. Wayne, Indian* this week. Mrs. G. S. Barnes and-children have gone to Wicllff, Ky., where they will meet a party of friends and together they will lour the east and many other points of hi treat In the United States" before returning home next September. Mrsi'Earl Armstrong Is . leavih 'for Helena where she wt vfctt tor three weeks with friend* >nd relatives. Miss • Margaret McFerson of Pirajould Is ylsltlnc bcr sister here for a few days. J. Flntey Robinson arrived horne yesterday Ironi Fayettevlllc, Arfr'., where he has been attending the (Kate. University.. •, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bailey had as toeir guests tor ite week-tnd Mrs. Bailey's, stejer. Wrcllc •- Uamb and Mr.' and Mrs. J. c. Bcolt and baby • of ; St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris and children -spent yestcrdiy in auM- well,:Mo.,. with, friends. ' '• Mrs. C. ,E. Dtzjtrald has rcfurn- ed to 'her home iu New Orleans after.-vfcitlng. for two weeks, with When 'we adniK that one cannot retrace one's steps and live 8 Up to the W omen BY MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT Monied "Society" Not Important PUPILS LISTED til/ DAN THOMAS .GEORGE SCARBQ ftjaln, vie rnay accept he fact ttutt we might us well Ifc savor It aMt enjoy H go •loin and not always be striving for something in the future which •Her all we may never achieve nor enjoy. Into erery household, very soon after rt becomes a there enters the •nrt so It neeius household, oi society fitting for uj to Inquire where and wliat Is society? There was » time when it neaut a little group of people, set apart from the rest, fortunate beopte who had not only money but through sonic accident of birth or of circumstance, were thrown iwlth those whose word and action'carried weight in the community and who were the people looked: up to and copied by the rest of their fellowmen. .. But .this kind ol society li»s more or less ceaied to exist. People "in society" today are he people of great wealth, or he people who manage to appear h newspaper* frequently as being helpful, is growing »ore and mere important. There are _ about society which make .H a little dUieuK. for certain whose material resource* are to feel free around then, society, is achieved where ____. J»l minds and temperaroenU m<et ogether myj exchange and enjoy ach other's thoughts. This eotts othlnc and may be achieved In the simplest of surroundings. I think all young couples should to frterJs and yet the btat her slstpr, Mr*. Waller Bishop. of the I Miss, Phoebe Enoclis of Hine- . . ..... _. ... - r . Methodist church Ftldiy evening *t the kooie oj Mrs. , The a DMmberi • and three visitors ieard Mrs. Lee Armstrong •he the devotjosal. There were several contests, led by Mrs. Wyatt Htnley, and Mte Vera DU- abeto Goodrtch <ave a reading for eateitainaiHt.' . An toe' course' wa$.-jeTved. • • • - • KB/Care.Ch* . • To Go To Harfly.' Members of the 'Kill- Care club and,their lamlli«6 ,w«l be guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ward at their Canip Rio Vista,,Hardy, for a barbecue Thursday. shot Laie, Ark., has arrived .to be the guest, ol Mis* Sue Doton! Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. MflfaU and family • motored to Charleston, Mo. and'spent; yesterday wllh'fcir. and Mrs. • Stanley Hardln. , " Mrs. c.'ifr. Barney and sop. Preston, .left .Saturday for Chicago to attend the World's Pair and wll visit -Mrs. W. O. Anthony inf. Mrs Soutnwortti, formerly of here. Thej will return home in about 10 days »nd wtU be accompanied by'Chat namey, who has-been attending tbe CHlcsgq Art Institute. Mr. and Mrs. Qtho odom' oi Wai nut Ridge were tne guests of Mr and Mrs. Herbert Swearengro he: yesterday.' Mrs. J. c. Caeek of D«)li Tex., is, visiting her sister, Mrs W. F. Brewer and Dr. Brewer fo several days. Billy Brewer, son of Dr. and An. W. r. Brewer, who has beqn 111.for,-seine time, Is improved. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wilheim and sons. Blcbard snd Paul AleMiidcr. spent yesterday, with Mrs. L. B. .ssocllted people of great wealth. One's grandparents may lave belonged to the best blow f America, who fought »nd blcc or freedom In thflr different generations, but Hint will not one recognition today In society f one Is penniless or even has o be careful of one's expenditures Society In this .sense is of lltU bnporUnce today, but society in une larger sense which means that huiniii beings need contac with each other, and mutt hav opportunities for knowing cac other and lor bciny mutual! tart In as soon as possible to nlngle with congenial nelcbbors nd establish a society ol their >»n. They should not be det^r- ed from enjoying the society, of hose around them simply becaese they cannot give Uw same type of party which is given by th:lr neighbors. I have had as good a time iu the studio of a young arid atrte- gllnj artist where crackers and checso formed the sole refreshments of ths evening as I hsve ever had in the ballroom of the richest New York hostess. One must set one's own standards of what one wants in societ.\ One must not be too much iii- flu.'/uYd by others and above .all one must not attempt to to match what somebody else is doing. 'Keeping up wttti ilia Joneses" Is no longer so Important because Mr. and Mrs. Jones are apt not to be very sure hr<v tang they can continue doing wlat they have always done. NEXT: An Umfned fletteu (Copyright, 1933, by Anna tleaior Roosevelt: distributed by Unitcd x Feature Syndicate, Inc.) These honor roll students have been announced for the elementary and Junior high schools: 2nd Semester Jr. High .School Honor Roll—7B, Dan Warrington, iharles Covlngton, Ajny Rulh Morris; 7A, Carolee Wood. Marie Mayo, Billy Leggett, Harold Nathan Ros- enlhal. Jerry Cohen, Thomas Seay; IA, Morse Kochtitzky, Sue Ramcy, Sarah Pauline Evrard, Winilred Crawford Jr. High 3rd Term Honor Roll- IB, D«n Warrington, Charles Cov- Injton, Amy Ruth Morris; 1A, Carotee Wood, Marie Mayo, billy Lenett, Harold Nathan Ro&entlial, Jerry Cohen, Thomas Seay, Juanita Ortaei; 8A, Morse Kochtilzky, Sue Ramey, Sarah' Pauline Evrard, Winifred Crawford. Honor Roll 4th Montn—Langs. Pcarldlne Ellis, Mary Lynn Jackson, Agnes Narx, Jewel Kriar; Central, George Hubbard, Billy Jontu, Mary Bibcock, Aim Crook, Bulonnc Jaggers, Sally Mathis, Maxine Reid. Lanelte Smart, Vera Elizabeth Goodrich, Virginia Armstrong, Sara Lou McCutchen, Belly Brooks Isaacs, Bill Chamblin, HunU-r Sims, Dick White, Betty Margaret Doti- tari, Russell parr, Mansfield Washburn, Lloyd ard, Betty Lou Kranter, Jean Bourland, Mary Jean Afflick, Lynette Tucker. Sudbury, Charles Anderson. Elizabeth Davis, Emma Webster, Hope Whitworth, Charles Caldwell, Lura Davis, May Lovelace, Doris Mulr, Shirley Rogers. Claudia Bennett, Helen Henry, Marie Hopper, Claude Stewart, Charles Williams, Rosie Enochs, Bill Laverty, Lucille Russell, Dorothy Saliba, Dorothy Cross, Marlon Caldwell, Cathryn M:Gaughy, Mildred Muir, Francis su- tlierland, Billy Wooten. Semester Honor Roll—Cenlral, Jack Chamblin, Billy Jont/ Mary Babcock, Jetty Clare Huffman, Bn- tonne Jaggers. Sallle Mathls, Bill Chamblin, Vera Elizabeth Oood- rlch, Betty Margaret Dougan, Betty Lou Kramer, Russell Farr, Mansfield Washburn; Sudbury, Charlo.< Anderson, May Lovelace, shirlrj Rogers, Claudia- Bennett, Helen Henry, Marie Hopper. Claude Stewart, Charles .Williams, Cathryn NfcGaughy, Ruth Sutherland, Billj Cenpiete* Sixth Ye*r oi Perfect Attendance There were 25 students In the hrcc elementary public schools of he city jrho aade a perfect at- endancc lor the second wmeslr. Of this number Paul Sanford, who ttends Sudbury school, has not Ken absent for six years. In the junior high school 16 itudenu made similar records. Students with perfect records or the semester are: LANGE-Peirldlne Ellis. Gernl- dlnc Ellis, Harold Llpyd Smith. Gregory Atkins; CENTRAL — Joe Billy McHancy, Russell Farr, Carthol Hyde, Archie Bates, Bobby WaWen, Billy Brown; SUDBURY— Evelyn Dysluger, Arden Trotter, Lois Eaton, Betsy Buchanan, Virginia SUles, Charles Anderson, Edward Thompson, Hershtl Trotter, Lura Davis, Milton Patterson, Elliott Saliba, W. H. 'BohanninB, Bill i Laverty, William Murdaugb, Paul Sanford; JR. HIGH SCHOOL,Sara Evrard, Nick Salecby, Max Watson. Elizabeth Baxter, Minnie Lee Peeuett, Ruby Nell Ogle. Jose- jj phlne Saleeby, Manera Saliba, Malcolm McDermott, Juanita White. Dent .Brown, Lavon Luttrell, !»ii- ise Lovelace, Carolee Wood, Harold Nathan Rosentlial, Thomas Stay. Huffman Child Dies They will ictum tontght. Alvin Huffman, wlio recently underwent an 'eniCrgeicy operatkm for appendicitis, is reported Improving. Miss Pfarl Graves was "taken to h^ Blylhtvllle hoi^ital this-morn- Ing wntve she was operated " on Ini niirx'nrilcltU. Miss Goldle Rinks of Blythe- Wooten; Lange: Pearldinc Nfary Lynn Jackson. Ellis TEST FCC. HEGTigjr es njaSo ~ 'TITBE oSsaeo ftasowLLVWA Eh'as, of Cairo, III., which was solemnized Sunday afternoon at 3:30 in the home of the bride's parents, with Dr. U. A. Kimbrough, pastor of the Baptist church, officiating. Tlic ceremony took place in the rpccious living room, with an Improvised altar of summer flowers and ivory vases of ferns and roses marking the place. While Mendelssohn's wedding march was,softly played by Mrs. Champ Meadows, the bride, wear- New Liberty News Rev. W. H. Horn filled his appointment Iwre Saturday night and Sunday and were the gucsls oi Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Aycock. Miss Lois Hill who attends school at, Jonesbfeo A. and M. s|>ent the week end at home. Mrs. Virginia Cox and Dolla Pur- tlc of Blythevillc visited -Miss Loi: Hill Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Epperson and Ing a gown of crcnm lace over I M r. and Mrs. Morris Singleton vis- satin, trimmed with seeded pearl 1 ornaments, cr, who nmeci w.m seeoea P™" uert relatives in Blylhcvillc Sui ;, entered with her fath- j her iu carriage. Her | day jl Jlmmie Fairis. lour months ola fn of Mr. ami Mis. D. Fairis, uccunibed at 11 o'clock SutKlay ,'iorning at the family home in i'e Huffman community. His ocath was attributed to acute Indigestion. Funeral services wi'l be held at Coitonwood ceincU'iy lomorron' with tl-c L. «. Ma«-s Undertaking coinr,i>ny in ehi'.it;e of funeral ar- Man's Heart Stopped, Stomach Gas Cause! W. L. Adams was bloated so wiliil |?as Hint his heart often beats after eating. Adi?rika ridl him of all gas, and now he ealsl anything and feels Hue. City Store and Kirby Bros. Drug Co. I —Adv. only attendant was her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. I. L. May and chil- vllle, Mrs. C. E. risk and two daughters of Kermondslc, left >«rterd;iv on s thirty' day trip through Canada and the eastern states. On the'return trip',they expect' '.o vjsli the World's Fair at Chicago. John McDowell left yesterday for Memphis wherp he has entered a school for cotton classing. Mr. ana iirs. Johnnie Andrews and daughter, Martha Louise, Misses Marie and Thelma Psrslcy attended the Southwestern Bell Telephone coropalny picnic In Bates- vine yesterday. vllle Twsday and nights arc near completion. 30 young Blythevllle people hive | entered the contest. Stars of all types are to be represented, including Mac West, Joan Crawford, Blng Crosby, Cub Galloway, the Marx Brothers. Stan Laurel, Ruby Keeler, Chic Sale, Joe Penner, Schnozzle Durante and many lore. I The Hollywood premiere Is to be presented In true Hollywood style. The stars will arrive in front lot the theater at 7:30 in autonlo- biles furnl&lied by W. T. Barrett Auto Sales. tiered wedding cake decorated with nesday evening, pink rose buds und valley lillles. j A namber plan to motor o»er| Wi »*lm en route from their Ut- •Wednesdsy aflerpooc and others tie Rock home to .St. Loub on a win to early Thursday for the.all business and social trip, day outing. ' Mr. and Mrs,' Jack Huffman : The barbecue.- dinner • wiU bel">* daufttter, Virginia, and son. served on the baok of Sprtng|D«n, visited »lvm Huffman at Uus river and twiiaartog,. boating and •htckson, Miss., twepttal 'Sunday, flshing will also ,-*e • mcluded In the actlriUes bJ the day. LUXORA, Ark., June 4.—A wedding of Interest to a wide .circle of friends was that of Miss Eliza-1 Immediately following the cere-, The Indian elephant ranks third beth Simian, daughter of Mr. and mony Mr. and Mrs. Elins left for highest among intelligent animals; Mrs. Mose Sliman, to Mr. William'an eastern trip. On their return the chimpanzee is first and the Ellas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel; lliey will be at home in Cairo. _orans-utan second. The stars will say "Hello" to Elizabeth Sliman Weds Mr. Miss Nellie Johns, of Blytheville; i d " n visited In Bassett Sunday as who wore a gown oi embroidered "} e S ues ^ of Mr. and Mrs. Frank flesh chiffon. The groom wss at- • lay tended by his brother. Mr. S. Ellas.; Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ebert. Mrs. R. of Cairo, as best man. L Marshall and Mrs. Pearl Hill Following the ceremony an ice!Attended the Eastern star meeting course was served in Hie dining' in Blytlievllle Thursday evening. room where the lace draped table had a center decoration of a six •Harry Fritzius ot Blytheville will conduct prayer service here Wed- 'ute RUGS jAnd Carefully Compounded Prescriptions are Our Specialties. I—Ask Your Doctor. Fowler Drug Co. R. N. Hill - J. M. FowltAvj BetUtered Pharmacists Pbuu Nearly Cooapiele, for Hofijwood Pn . Plans for the Hollywood premiere to be .presented In Btrthe- The Btonwood Oeaetery association met Friclay ' afternoon at the home of Mrs. Leslie-Moore witlv Mrs. M. O. Goodwin as co-hostess. 'Durin»-the business meeting plans were discussed to continue care of the cemetery. ' KefreshmeWs were served to the 1«. present. .There .were two new members. The nert meetinf will be with Mrs. J. A.' Luckett « Del!. Bits o/ Mostly Pcjrsqnal ' Louis Lynch, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. : A, tynchj has gone to Bearer, Ark.;- lor the summer. He was. acoompaaied by his cousin. Miss. -Alt« :i; May Garllntgon, who was retundnc borne, for trie sum-' mer .'after^'spenilin^ the winter • Jimmie" Ttpton •hasarrived home from ;tne OnlTttdty .of. Alabama. .Tascakio*, .;whe*e. -he attended school . this ~ye»r' ..rte: •nil leave Mae It Mr WdgeCTaft. N. C,, B»p- tut IVUC.MU: of Oiit nniversity at a;**uoer **a»:.iOr ten days. He w«» tbe oaly tttitit a<)eeted from the ;. Btptbi ' StwteM • TJnMi. 'Mr. .and Mrs. W. J.iPoUard ac- com>»«tMl'. i». Pollard's • father, T. P. Po&ard; • to Memphis Saturday n*ht enrc«U to Harbor City,.Cal., after «trMbnc two.- months here and. at Mobette, hk;.Jonner.-home. Mr. and Mrs Fred 'BoQlfleld, Mrs. t',, B: -. Joyner ' «r»d\ children . b»ve .-away for a,n*t. Mrs. Bebl- ' ;• Mrs. • Joyn*t t to c«e»kb, -'.pUns .to.-re T » f *» *r/t. Upon Mrs: Mr. : 'apd Mrs. to : eikeKco, ' will be YEARS the jjubllc over a huge loud speik- er system. Tliey will appear ion the stase al »;00, doing tHelr impersonation according to the character they portray. Two winners will be selected each evening, whose photos will be taken by Belt's studio and sent to Hollywood studios for a possible screen test. Manager McCutchen announces the box office will open at to accommodate those who wish •to buy their tickets before the arrival of the stars. i ON THE HIRMfTtCALLY-SEALED MECHANISM FOR ONLY $1 A YEAR! • Now tfae'Westiaihouse policy of "One Line—One Quality" ^ermits •» «'m»wit .new-Iriikl of uier protection'... unparalleled ia that it »pplie« to 1SVERY model in the Westinghouse line! With EVERY We«tinghot»e.Hen-i8erator you get the standard one-year wirrtAty . .'.PLUS 4'yt** «ddition«t protection on the herrncli- ciHy-lealed mech.iniwn for only $5.00—a dollar a year! Invest!- lite 'this plan at ea<x. .Let \n explain how it safepiirdi your electric reTrigeritpr savings. Promiie nothing, sign nothing, pay nothing .until you ace hw_nujch MORE Watingbousc offcri you >nev«y.w»yl. . " "7" * ""~" tlj —.-*•"'' "-^- WESTINGHOUSE pr»v«< .25 10.57% Vwer in cost of operation than many ntaKes' the.government in a recent purchase. NOTICE P ARKHURST CO Beginning Thursday, June 7, the undersigned cleaners of Blytheville will close at noon each Thursday during June, July and/ August. .This is in accord with the custom of the past several years. We respectfully solicit the co-operation of the public and ask that all cleaning work to be returned on Thursday he given us on Wednesday. Barnes' Nu-Wa Cleaners Blytheville Laundry Hudson Tailor Shop Unique Cleaning Service

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