The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1933 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 27, 1933
Page 2
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TWfl ILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBJJK 27, 1933 vine hospital: Jeffrey Crump. L'.ix-1 Pictures can now be taken in ab-1 car t 40 years ago. returned l-,cre ora; Mr«. Auttle Sanders, city; Wl-1 solute darkness, without the aid of for a visit recently by airplane, n l«y Ball, route 3; Mrs. J. o. Stew-' even a flashlight. | was his nrst sky ride. VWUr. . Mn, Floyd Wllioh entertained 12 CUWte with a bunco party Itst eve- nirig in compliment to her hou&e- fuest. Miss. Nettie Harris of Far- Test City. - MtH Mirth* Biker won the first prfee, a flower pet. Ash trays, for the traveling price, went to Mrs. Arden -B. Crowd*r, and UK low score, powder pufls, was received by Miss Rose Schunerttsch. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. Ray hot chocolate. NbtiK?li-Mwb)r. The mairUge of Mtap U'lia Prances Hosby and Oscar Ma.ns?ll. both of Manila, occurred Saturday in that town. Justice John U. Needham performed the ceremony r * * * Hawkins-Dodd. BoUn-Luclvs. A double wedding was .s here Saturday when Miss Willli 1 Dodd and Thomas Hawkins, nnd Miss Grade Lee Lucius mid to Shine in No\v Shows< Slpper Gkren. Teichirs of the Intermediate department of the Sunday school of the First Baptist church were hostesses to officers of the department and their wives and husbands, and members of the boys' and girls' 16- yeaV-o!d classes, lor a buffet supper hut evening »t the home ot Mr, and Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer, The affair was in honor of the two classes who.Will soon be promoted into tl:c young people's de• pp.rtment. The 33 present were served a delicious supper menu and later there •were discussions of plans for future activities in this organization. legion AuiilUry Ha* Benefit ftiij. There .were M guwts al the benefit bridge p»rtr given by the American Legion Auxiliary last evening at the Woman's club. Proceeds from this affair will be used to'help pay the tuition oi a high school girl. Both rrien and women attended the autumn parly. A touch of the fall season .was noted in the foliage and flowers which beautified the club rooms and in the tallies . pastor oi the Lake Kiregl Methodist church. t » • KiOKhter Bom. Mr. and Mrfi. Chester Norman, Ch South Division street, announce the birth ot a daughter j«slcrday. The baby weighed nine pounds and has been named Anna Mi.y. of fall design. Refreshments of chicken salad sandwiches, cookies nnd coffee were High score prizes, In the order wou, went to Floyd White, Mrs. O. H. .Great, E. F. Blomeyer, Mrs. Guthrie King, Miss Hazel Sample, Mrs. R. L. Banister, Mrs. J. B. Hasson, Mrs. Roland Green, R. N. Hill Jr., Mrs. A. H. Wallace, Mrs. J, H. Wilson, .Airs. T. O. Seal. Miss Mary Emma Hcpd, Mrs. A. B. Fair- Held, Mrs. Carrol Blakemore c. A. Cunningham. Miss Nelle Williams, Mrs. J. Neal 'Gesell, Mrs. Fred Sandefur. Mrs.\H. A, Doyle and Mrs Clarence Wilson. Dr. Edna Nles,;.Mrs. J. Thomas and Mrs.*Lom« Stracke won cut .prizes. a" * NoH feVruT State" iMmft ' i'. : ? Plarb for fuU „ „. „„ Blytheville Business and •" Prcifes fknal. Women's club, as a par.1 of the district -state and national organizations, "were discussed by Mrr. Ella S. Quige of El Dorado state president, in a meeting with local members last erening at the Gcfl Hotel. Included in her address was a Bits oj Neics Mostly Personal resume of Chicago. world's fair at Mrs. Quigg Is making a tour ot Arkansas for visits with Business and Professional Women's clubs. Elaborate plans for her entertainment here were .cancelled because oi . the criticsl illness of Mrs Thurman Atkins, .sister ot Miss Marie Hamish. . Enns-L»ve. . Announcement lias been made of the marriage pi Miss Catherine Love and Fred Evans, both of Manila. The marriage was performed by Justice E. D. Walker Sept. 20. • • » Cuabigtum-SUncs. ,Miss Lavetn S. tames and Roy Cunningham, both of here, were united in marriage Saturday by Hie Her. s. M: Watson. J. B. Cluno Jr., lelt yesterday (or Little Rock where lie allcntis St. John's college. Mrs. James B. Clark was In Memphis yesterday. Mm«. M. A. Isaacs. II. HlghllU ! and W. D. Chamblin Jr., were In Memphis yesterday, having accompanied Mrs. Isaacs' brother, William P. Gooch of Hong Kong. Cr.l- na, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Isaacs. .He plans lo visit in Memphis' for several weeks. W. L. Phillips of Forl Smith, who Is spending several weeks in Ncw- bern, Tenn.. and his father,' K. W. Phillips of Newborn, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Victor SUIwell yesterday. W. W. Shaver broke a small bone In his ankle yesterday afternoon when he slipped while attending to his work at his farm near Manila. He Is now at Ills home on West Walnut street where he Ls resting very well. W. o. Gordon returned to Ills home In Trenton, Tenn.. yesterday after having spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. H. Higlill-l. He is.a nephew of Mrs. Hlgliritl. M. A. Isaacs has accepted u po- sltlon at Brasg City, Mo., as manager of the Bcrtlg Gin there. W. M. Burns and J. Nick Thomas returned lust night from Little Rock where ttiey attended the meeting oi tl» ,Arkansas Real Estate association.? Mr. Thomas, as vice president, p.reside<t\ at one of the general meetings. <-J. A. Rlggs oC Little Rock is attending to business here todav. The condition of Mrs. Thuiinnn Atkins, who is critically ill ,u Uic Memphis Baptist hospital, is unchanged today. Miss Ina Chalk has returned tt her homo In Riplcy, Tenn., niter a month's visit with Miss Luns Hardy and Mrs. C. E. Kolwyck Slie svns accompanied home by Guy Brily. Mrs. Luln Spfccr nnd Clarence Kolwyck made a business trip to Uycrsburg, Tenn., Monday. ABERDEEN, Wash. (UP1— Th( Pioneer Brewery of Aberdeen ha: doubled its capacity. The plan was enlarged and new equipment installed. TOO LATK TO CLASSIFY Osceola Society — Personal Hospital Notes Patients admitted to tr.e Blyllie- vllie hotpltal: Jeffrey Crump. L'.ix-1 art, Cooler, Mo. Dismissed: Martha Washburn, city; Vencta Frances Pierce, city. Pictures can now be taken in ab- | Ills 0.\ Cart ow Airplane | BOSTON. (UP)—Lorin N. Morrison, SO, who went vest in an o:: " years ago. -' The Womans Missionary Scclct) of the First Baptist Church is observing the annual week of prayer for state missions this week wltf three services. Mrs. I. S. Burton was leader of the Monday afternoon service hcli at the church, Mrs. J. T. Rhoadcs lead the meeting Tuesday afternoon and Mrs. H. H. Brooks Is in charge of the program to be pre.wnted at the regular mtd-weck prayer service at the church to- The Presbyterian Ladles' Auxiliary oiwned their fall study season with a loyalty program at the home of Mrs. J. Y. Jones Monday afternoon. Parts on the pro- srnm were taken by local secre I Inrles of the six Presbyterlal can- FCS. home missions, foreign mis-' slons. Christian education and ministerial relief. Synodtcal and i're.sbytcrlnl home missions, social education and Christian literature. A social hour followed the program ami refreshments were served. * • ' • The Methodist Womans MIs- .sionary Society resumed circle meetings Monday after a summer's vacation. Circle "A" wn s entertained at the country home of Mrs. G. S. Bat' tie with Mrs. P, J. Scmmcs, Mrs. I Mnrgnret Barblers and Mrs. -Ned ' Avers as co-hostesses with Mrs. i Battle. Mrs. Wcatheriuy was In charge of the social program. A delicious salad course was served. Twenty•— _______ | fiv[ , mcmrjcrs werc prese Stage and screen were charmingly represented on the liner that i _ Mcsdnmes H. A. Behrens, Emma - I Brickcy and Susie Keiscr were brought these two travelers from their European vacations. They're; hostesses to the members of Circle Inn Claire (left) and Diana Wynwurd, soon to cnpear in new pro-1 "B." who met at the home of Mrs ductlons. Miss Wynward wns en route lo rllqllywoad. ••. • i Behrens. Fourteen; members were ; i •_ ! present and enjoyed the social meeting which was followed by the n song service here Sunday after- serving of refreshments, noon, ' ... Richard Osborne has entered-A-i The Christian Workers met his brother Leonard tram Russell-1 nlld M - colteBC nt ''"""boro."•' ; Monday afternoon at the church vlllc. Ark., last week, is now cm-: '— ~. ; for their regular Bible study les- ployed by Boytl Tomlinson. i DentOtl NeiVS '•-£ ' SC 'J fr ? Tm llle ^"^ °-' Seconti Sam " Mr. mid Mrs. Urynn Oslxjrn vis- j "" ucl ' "' rs - Frank Conway was kiid- llpri [hi- lattcr's sWrr Mrs M W ,, ., ,. „, ~ , ' tl °' ll> c devotional service, ucn tne mucrs suier, nirs.. M. w. i7 vcrct t McClanahan of Bert-- . . . Stentson and family at Manila I _,,,.,i »*„ r ,, nl .j n,- ,,.« n i,'Vn,7i Saturday. . ;^' ,^°"...^: nt J. 11 ?.. ^ c ^ erul i Mi-s,; A. L. Sullivan, Miss Clara Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Hutton and | j family and Mrs. Buck Cherry and Poplar Corner Luvellc Ltifoon, «:io accompanied grnntlson. Amos Dean Cherry, of Manila, were gucslj*. Sunday of Mr. f, 1 ' 0 ^" 1 of jour and Mrs. Wallace ,fttug'. .' Mr. and Mrs. ''/ilo'nzo Fleeinan his uncle, -Frank McClan-' fiullivan, Mr.' and Mrs!- Chns. Bow.• • ' . . :^-. j en. Mr. and Mrs. Jettie. D. Bowcn, Culler Crawford entertained 'a | and A. L. Sullivan jr., all of Mem- l>cople al a bir- plus, atleuded the funeral of Mrs. Nan Sullivan ' here Monday. . 1 ^' l' :lrt >' "'''• n»n Mrs. night.•"*-j Gene Garrt and son Harold were : the guests • n»' rn Sunday with E. A. SUn- of Mrs. Flccmnn's parents. Mr. and fwld. ' •' ' ' i Mrs. Walton Osborne. Sunday. I L| ttle Roberta Reynolds enter- Mr, nnd M r s. Eddie Lloyd spent ] unieil a group o( young children ,unday with the former's parenis,' »t 11 birthday dinner Sunday; I' Mr, nnd Mrs. W. L. Lloyd. Miss Cora TUrnbo and Messrg. Among those who have been i Ktnuie ruicl Albert Goodman of sick for the past, week nre Mrs. Clifton, -Tenn.; spent Sunliiiy" with Minnie Berry, Wallace King. J. R. King, mid Miss Ireno Turnbo. Miss Estell? Ixmgacre spent C. L. Drake was a business "visitor in Memphis Monday and Tuesday. "Bilious attacks," dizziness, spots before the eyes, a feeling of fullness after ordinary meals, belching up of gas, a dull, sluggish feeling — due to constipation — are usually driven away by a dose or two of old reliable The Lost Cane irunrtct will give'K.mday with Miss Maitie Turnbo. | THEDFOftrXS BLACK-DRAUGHT. MODERN RESIDENCE. C Or more rooms, pcra'ancnt. reliable—or uPl exchange cheap rental Bly- llii'vllle property for sood rest •ienco. Reply '.n P. O. Box 231 ilythcville. '.'OUR ROOM Apartment wilt hath. 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