The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 5, 1933 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 5, 1933
Page 5
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, Luxora School News Lnxora Drsattk CU> I PUoniflf Buy Seam 3 The scUvitte ot the Literttj dub •\ this month will b« mwlt up of ij plays. Wednesday "The Ghffit" 3 will be presented, sponsored by 'U.e i Dramatic club. Visitors will be wel- !| come. i- Tiie Dramatic club Is expecting !? lo do big things this year. It plans i lo present its annual "Nc-gro Min!• Direl" within three weeks. The cJub j; will put on at least seven one-act i p'ays and p'.ans a trip to Jones- 1 boro lo' pnier 'the- dramatic tour- r ( nameiil-.-lhe latter 'part of the .1 K?]-venr. —* •»---•-— ».. — -., — - 1 .. | ,ni, mm .*Jin, iit* WCJ t, TTULCia V* Both are reported to have strong joclal events while visiting friends; C ) Cv . e j alui o nre Blies t s of ,i, e ( Or . .» > _ ,r^\-i ____ i_ -.. »i _,l t..^._ »_y.j ...nj.1, rli/i nine t\\n mine I .""•''••""'^-i O" •»••* "* i"" •"• Luxora Play* Oiceola Steele Society — Personal Th« Luxora football Warn will Miss Mary Petty of St, L/mU has lay 0«*cl» Friday at. Osctola, been l!ie honoree at a number of husband, who lias been visiting his parents here for the past two weeks, for their home In Phoenix, ArU. Mrs. L. M. Broo'sj accompanied them and will be their guest for a few weeks before going to Frcjno, ca!., for a vi«lt with her brother, Lee 0'NI«1, she will later [join Mr, Brooks at Ft. Myers, Cal., ! where they will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Walm of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Welh and children that thty had arrived In Mr. and Mrs. N. Koury and daughter Olga and Miss Nelle slm- Bams and a tight game Is expected, here. Last wrek she was the guesl A bonfire and snake dance will I of'honor at u bunco parly i-lvon by e held Thursday night «t Luxora • Miss Jo Holly ;ii Iwr home near 1 .Igh school. Everyone should com? | Cooler fcr i!ii- Mid-Week club and ; xil nnd boost llio tenm. -eight oilier guests. 1'rbcs were | Because of Die dcalu of R. K. l/:f : awarded Mrs. u.jlirrt Sioclc Jr.. f-jr' Vllson, Wilson canceled tlirlr gnmc >>!K>' si-oro, ami'Miss Helen '1'ay- ' with Luxora last Friday, lor, tor low MO.---. KIIIOUX Ihc c!nl) j mimlx-r.-i, fiid '.it Mrs. l-iwl. 1 . I. 1 ?-;- I !f-r. for lilpn •<••'!'•>• iinioiij mi; ijii<"iis. Backing Our Team Many people crltlt-be football and otlwr athletics, in the .school. They mer's moilier. Mrs. F. E. Waters, tills »r-i>k. Olhe-r guests in the \V;it''i'.-> home are lier dauytHor, Mrs. t-Juric I'ltts, und Mrs. Pitts' liusljancl :uv.l children, cf .Tiiiinin. 'IVni:. Mr. :n:d Mrs. N. I,. Moailows und chihliH:. Mr. and Mr.-i. Travis Nclixin. iicd Jr-. sic: Ciililv.iil s|>m r , Ins: '.ti-ok-i-Hci '.-.itli rtbliv<", ill Roswell, N. M., and will spend mons spent Sunday In Jonesboro some time there for Mr. Mr. Wells' -"—"'" - ' health. During their absence Mr. Wells' mall route 13 being taken by Gordon Southern. Miss Faye Garner is spending her vacation with relatives In Bnkors- field, Cal. P. E Fender spent last week end In St. louis with his wife, who Is a patent In a liospltal there. She Is Irnpiovlng. O. w. Cook was called to Tus- caloos:.. Ala., where Mrs. C'cok and Iheir children arc visiting, by the ,senoii>. illness of Huh Wiide. from tlw forestry land, Ore, cnmp at Porter- with Phillip Kcnry Mrs. Sam Hamro, Miss Wadad Hamra and snesl, Miss Predla Hsmrn or Fiilton, Ky., attended the theater at Haytl Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Sam Hamra and children accompanied her sister, Mies Pre- dla Homra, to her home at Fulton, Ky.. Monday and are visiting there lliis week. : Mrs. D;Ila Simpson and chll- |dren, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Vlckroy I or Paragould, Ark., and Miss Del- rt of BlythevLHe were the Mr. nnd Mrs. Pinil Frame Mrs. Aimer Ashcroft nnd James Abner spent today in nitherfivllle. con Ca- Here and There »T T Ey VIVIAN lA'SCH Mte Mai-garele Worsley attend cd the .show In Blytheville Sunda iflernooi). Miss Dixie Howard has as he Ki;e.u Miss Marie Stanford. •The Conquerors" L> lo be sec in the .'high school auditorium nex Monday nighl. Miss Margaret Kozell motored Carulhersvllle, Sunday. Miss Marie Stanford. Mrs. Willie Howard and (laughter Dixie drove-to Memphis on n shopping tcur. O: M. Umflm vlslled his pnr- cnLs in Pamgould Wedncsilny. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Worsley drove to Memphis Monday. Rehearsals on the "Negro Mias- irel," .to be held in the high school •jiidltcriuin. will start soon. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Brantley drove" to-Jonesboro Sunday lo vis- thfir sliidle.s. The Nii-lliodis 1 . woman's Mission- • :iry soi-ii-iy li-.t- rcbiiiiKll weekly inKlings. MoiKlny itfLernoon Ihe iCiiool and more linjiurtunl, 1 think. Winn muny. r<*'.i>.ill helps In more ways lhan one. H develops iiu.|<lai!gli'.t-r, .lanlr". win txxiy, aiii a gtcxl fejttall jilayM- i visiting rchuiv.-:. t-.'-rr iiiir.(i use lib head. It ti-;>L-ht.s tiinll ri " ml ^ crooperalion Is llio only way to sue- j ^^^H ceecl. I'oclb.iH U n!so nn oullu for | slcred up energy. | rcolball originated with t htr I Greeks and Romans. U hn-s accn ' carried down to tile prr.-ii-nt linrj and has grown Ix-llrr ytar .ificr year nnlll now ii is Aincricn's greatest game. In big cities many ttiousmid.s of people turn out to hh.> Ihc g.imc.s. The football b'jys p.'flf-. lice day after day nnd it is hard | for them lo wort: when they Inivi-j no one behind tliem. if they have! someone behind they t'^ey cn'n play I miicli bctler.—William Lncaii. I tiilks fa\ the ,.,,,. Mr. r.nrl y ami Illll-j Mcm|)h:.j >. 10 havo bfirn : '.vltli the ; (InvliiR thei Mrs. T. v !i-fl lull 1 r:inr.»dui' with h--'i p Word |..-., who har, Mlw.s Murlon Wrignt and Vallie- Cjsey have returned from MempiiU, where Ihe.y .s|«nt tv.o i M|S - Jo!l " MeClure and children weeks. Miss Wright look iw-at-i 0 ' Cooler are vlsltin.; Mrs. Mc- nitnia, for her ear and throat at a I Mc t;liire^ father. L. W. Zahner hospiial, and .MUs Casey vLslied "' ho is sic ' k Mrs. Johnnie Phillips an-J Mr Walker spent Sunday in Memphis Mrs. Ij. W. Weaver and Miss Eu- mwi'.r), | |) Cl . tj|-ol!itr. Vei'non Casey, nnd hii : i H01 "" M1 '' sio " lju: ' k ; Mre - '•• v - """' Mi-s. \>. V/. Spsnccr u ton. I). <;.. w .« lias lie In I'cmiscn .-aunty fa,- SIH-IU pan of last wee): iwre :ii the | wire. ho:nc <>'. Mr. and Mrs. '„ C. S.T.II-• MJss Alice Smith oi nrighton, j '1'enn.. is here visiting her Ia:her, r«. Kmnu-u Y.itr.: of \ Ori.cic smith. ;md brother. Btmi- ni i'.st v.cei: -nil here | m om. u-^a paruils, Mr. and; Tilt Pemiscot Conniy Bp-.TOi-t i Whltfi«ld. . i lyjasjue meeting will be h(-!d iiove n-C'-lvcd Ms.ndiy irom Hatnr;!a-.' nl^ht. iienla Jenkins shopped In Monday. Mr. a:ic! Mrs. L. C. Spencer wen dinnc-i- i;i:t-.i!.s if Mr. and Mrs. King of C.mirhfrsvlUe Sunday. Holland Newft Tom McConnelly, who has been iangr-ronily 111 for two weeks, via (moved Monday night to tin lorne of h!.s brolher at Slkeslon '.here he will rcmnin until hi: :ondltion Improves. Mrs Carrie While, who hns been •"lie ill at her home here, i somewhat improved. Mrs. M. R. Bailey hns rcuirnc rom a five weeks visit at Hie horn of her daughter in Memphis Mr. find Mrs. John Timbcrllc o nno. Tcnn:. are here for a week •':slt with Mr. and Mrs. Carl'A lussell Devore, both o! whom are tending t«Mh*rs college. Mrs. E. O, Stevenson returned Wednesday from the Blyitevllle lospital. She Is convalesclnn from s major operation. Little Eunice Marie Edwards, U days old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Edwards, died Saturday nKht. Mr. an Mrs. Jeff Northern announce the birth of a son nstur- day night. Mr. and Mrs. Manrora Cohoon are the parents of a baby 'ilr'.. christened Claudetle. Mrs. B. W. Slivers returned Saturday from Dycrsburg aflei a three weeks visit wllh he mo'.her, Mrs. Smith, who is critic-ally ill. Another daughter, Mrs. Ruby Pai- tcrson, returned Tuesday and re.- l»rted her mother unimpovcd. Virgil Utley made a business irip to Memphis Tuesday. Mrs. Audrey Nell demons was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Francis Murphy. Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bai.ll Edwards en- Junio:- Darnell is seriously ill. ] l ia.s suffered from convulsions, re-1 •lilting from a fall. Mrs. p. G. Morgan is visiting] fertalned Hie Social Club of Ihe elative.s In Chaffce ibis week. | Immaculate Concepton .school Sun- Mr, and Mrs. Jim Cohcon nnd i day at the.ii- home. Their daugh- ~hildreu. Joe and Helen, drove to 1 ter, Mildred, who attends Holy Ari- J-Cape Girardrau Sunday lo visit' scls academy at Jonesboro. was at Hayes is heie on vacaiiomlicir daughieni, Hazel nnd Mra. home for the week end. TRADE WITH NR A MERCHANT^ Cenlcnai-y Undt-r Trees- CAnBONDALE. III. (UP)—Mem- I bers of the Jerusalem Christian I daughter, Loree. who was church, organized under iwo Uc-es 111. — . I here 100 years ago, ussemWcd un- Mrs. J. CaLinnlone, of Memphis, dcr the sanw liees here recently spent the week end with her par- to celebrate (he anniversary, onts, -Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Odom. Sirs. R. J. Kcvlere and son. Richard, drove to'Memphis, Sunday. Misjcs Margaret and Mildred tpent the \veekond with Miss [-Elizabeth Qulllmal?. of Car- nthe>svll!e, Mo. Misses Elizabeth Quillmnlzc. AdelU.aeorge, Vivinn Lynch, Margaret^and Mildred Richards visited In Bjytheville Sunday. "T£e Great Delusion," a one act play," will be presemed in about iwo'*eeks at the High School Auditorium during the cliapcl period, liveryone K cordially invited. ' J / •' •'•••'••*• '••'<•/''{•. ?..?•'•* •' •? A ; !'••/:>;•:-^-:- -^ L~. ^ AND HELP NATIONAL RECOVERY 'Ihc Rnsinrss Concerns listed on (\\h sigiH.-d the President's blanket code higher wage?, more jobs and Von can do your part }>v pa hours, lion. pa page have of shorter air eompelt- them. f OO OUH PART rf^i *l'? "Poplar Corner • c*. • • Brjiii Osbomc made a business nip 4« Blythevilte Wednesday. Mrf and Mrs. George ftirley had ;•/• their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.'•Hugh Perry and son Curtis <f Dfil. Mr^anti Mrs. Jeff Holand nii- r.ounce the birlh of n son, Saturday; September 30. The baby, v.lio ^weighed 7 1-2 pounds, has teen inamed Donald Ray. Mrjjand Mrs. Jess Pointer and dau^Glcr, Nannie Frances; of P.ecl<s, Ark., 'are visilln? Mis. Pointer's mother, Mrs. Minnie Berrj? Midland Mrs. Joe R. King had 35 Uwir gueil-s Thursday and Sirs.-A. I,. Kerbough of Dell. Mr.j and Mrs.-Beanie Qulllen of Mem- pii'ki.rund Mr. and Mrs. Cnyce Johnston of Roseland. Dr.- William McGahagin of Portland. Ore., is conducting n levival In the baseball park here tlJi week. Ted Bevry has been sick for n week. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Osborne entertained with n party for the young folks Thursday night. ! Harland Gilmer of Bragg City.! Mo.. ';and Miss Lillian King ot i here,, at tended a show nt Blythe-! vine Friday night. • I Cayce Johnston of Roseland was j here'^Frlday and Saturday.' The Iwln babies of Mr. antl - Mrs. -Pete Rice are in a hospital :,i Memphis. ^KEW Coieman Sieve UgLti like |M. . . cook» UVe ga«! Mike« and bums ics ou-n gai ftout regul.ii satolinc. BtJUiiful new HipplftoDe fmifihw, new colors, new fcatiirw. Speedy, ale. depcmbble. Models to fit every cooJung requJie- »neiK. Be sure to to* them. Tlubbard Hardware Co. ll ™*rW \Vc helonn lo the NltA because we w;uil (« ilo our part —NOT for selfish hu.sintHS reasons. N\'c respecffully solii-il your groctry IxisincKn nn the basis of rAlK 1'IIICKS, (iOOl) QIIAMTV unit COIt- RrXT WKIOHTS iind .MKASURES. RitePriceGrocery&Mkt. <^. *£%$&:::3iW ... : ^^:;^ Phonv 23.1 T. H. Van Hibhcr, 1'ropriplor Corner Main & OT PIG BARBECUE ODGES CHILI UNTS HOT TAMALES ALSELL'S PIES OT COFFEE RUSTIC INN \Valnnl and Division *,*£•" - !«iS ( i* .v. 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