The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 15, 1935 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 15, 1935
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, (A»S.) COURIER NEWS crCL Social Calendar \ BATURQAY'S EVENTS Mrs. A.(arciu> Evrard .having B urflay Night Supper club, SV^DAVo EVENTS <, (.Country club having Sunday {{Ijht Supper party. lias been made of..'tl\e innrrlagc of Miss SJaUn'a -Borders (o Mr. Clyde Poland. The wedding was solemnized March l l at Stecie, Mo., with Justice Max t 1^. Kelley peifounLig the c«re- I jiwny ,";rhe bride, wlio ii> llic" daughter i of Mr upci fJjfc B P Boraei's of | Campbell, Mo., has "made her horn? [ with Mr. and Mrs. 6. W. Mc- t putchcn for a number of years, ' Mr, Polnnd, who Is (lie son of firs. Amanda .M. rojanci of Klrby, ,\y,. Viv. received his later education ut Bajtimoic, Md., and the ' ^Philadelphia Polytechnic School of , ^Philadelphia. Since he came here ' — a year ago lie has been connected ; "wilh Ihe Riu and Rosy thsaters ') «*and Is now connected with tlis ^Cavllt Radiu company. i *. They arc now a I home wllli Mre. i "Faniiic Alexander. * J •*- . I £l'ure Gold S. S. »? Class Has Mccl'.ug £ The Pure Gold Sunday school ..class of tlic First Baptist church, »-«|th Mrs Leslie Moore as teacher, ' "met' last evening foi a; business ^tLiSlon al Ihe home of Miss Annai ^bcjle Stacy. ' ; — : Thc class \otcd to give gold *Jftrcdals lo members who arc pcr- 1 "feet in atUndauce al Sunday M Sphool fo( llnee monllis. Miss fcjvfargavcl Moore was clecled vice ^president arid Miss Kathryn Wal- opole, pianist, in concluding the gclectlon £ It was decided lu huvc u trip £lo Memphis in the near future £ijij!) fusses Grate McFurlund, , tjUjars^rct Mooro and Ami'abolle ^Stacy were appointed to : plan' it. 1 *_ This group has thai general as' ,H?mWy program 011 March 11 )villi ji^iss ftioore, Mrs Moore, Miss Laj j^Venie Fllnn, Miss McFarttiul • nnd 1 ^-Wlsa Wahpole, lo lake part! ; •'••• 1 i. The hostess «a5 psslsred by, Miss ^Emninllne Pnge in serving ice; box i 4 'cak'e and w'sippcrt cream topped ^\\ltl) chevies, and coffee, lo Ihe •+ii|iembeis npti one gu»t,MIss-pnge. - Tr)e ncNt meetipg ttlll be" ut tile ^hom,e of Miss McFar'land." ' ' JHave Biiil$s Parly ^ Mr and Mro Lee Warrington ^jr, had a-bridge party last eve-; -.niag wliftl .!fl're',Mjeie tsv'o'-lablfd fof gnesls The Et Patrick molii i 7>3$ us?d Blopg «Uh Jonquils in i-decorallng the living loom and In ' ^the serriug of a salad course, with s ...feieen refieshment covers used. ., Mrs Joe Shanks v\on the ladies' »avsard spvrl hanUnerchicfs, auO. ', the men s prue t EOV is en.t to C. h. C(ub lo day Contract club this week when Mrs. John Love 1 nnd Mr*. Oscur Hawtaway we're tjuesls. Slie used tho st. Patrick mollf In her tallies and refreshment of a salad served wilh sandwlciiof;, cake 'mid coffee. A picture went to Mrs. Edgar Bonim for club high and the guest prize, a dressing table mirror, was won by Mrs. Love. i • , D. II. I'. Metis Mrs. J. W. Under was leader ol Ihe program for the meeting of the U. D. C. Thursday at llic home of Mrs. M. Filzslmmons when Mmes, Hciiilcrcon Hall,' Ivy • W. Crawford and Mrs, Biidcr -were hostesses. Mrs. Badev spoke of Hip work being done for veterans by the U. D. C., Miss Evelyn Smart player! n piano so!o, Mrs. K. E. iiognn, of Luxora, told of the ncc- ity of preserving historic papers, Mrs. Charles M. Bright sang "Spring Song" «nd "Mammy'» Pickaninny" with Mrs. George Cross al the piano, aiid the life nf Walter Malone. southern jurist and po-t, was dlbX'itsscd Uy Mrs. A, M. Butt before Mfs. W. T. Oberst read his well known poem 'opportunity." Mrs. James B. Clark gave a report of the recent" stale board mcelina al Hope and of plans for all chapters to celebrate Jefferson Davis' birthday on June •! with parties for (lie Stratford fund. ' Tlic hostesses served ci>k,e, stopped with whipped cream and cherries, . during the social hour during which time ! the members were Invited lo kiss llic Blarney slono ns they made a wish -in remembrance of Ihc well known saint, Patrick. , Oscepla Society — Personal . . r Members of t\io toiintry' ciuV *;v,iU ha.\c tl\e usunl Sunday , night I, Cupper wUl\ supper served begin Ailing at 630 o'cloc}- Following ''tupper Ihere \U11 he \'arious ctt- • Mrs. 'John . Whllwpilh, Mrs. b. W. Williams, and, Jilrs. 'Mary Flelchcr ' AVlII cntci'tam for ; th'eli- daughters. Belty Ann Whltworth, Jean and Jane Williams .and Eli- ztbelh and Jnnc Fletcher, with a dance .at tlic Hub room In Ihq cpiitl-! UOUSQ .Ipnlght'.at 'eight o'clock. They expect about' fifty guests. Miss Ruth Farley will entertain' trlDnds at'H party at her home • ' , ResenatUms Sic to be niude by •Dearly to^uotrow. ; •-. » » * • ! Jdardcn Department ^ i^eetins Is Postponed . , ^ Tho Garden Depaitmcnl, of the' _ Woman s t)ub which liad pruned - t<j havej a meeting today, .will not ^mce,t until Fridaj o! next \ycek.' ^ The Music derailment will nlso ».nicet the sano duj " ^ Ouesti, 'al Club. ». Mrs. O W, Wilhamson O f Marl- .-aima, Ark, houscguest of Mr..and ^Mrs Mav D Millei and Mrs W ,B Tanner of Heleiu who Is visil- w ing her moihei MR, T. J. Wahan "were eiilei<auied by Mrs. A. G ^Little when she had Ihc Thursday „ Bridge club -r The pla>eis lud luucli in Ihe "dining room wheie jonquils decor- "<i(cd the table ~ Mrs C W A{(lick woii 1 . tile! prize, ••iiosici-j, and HIP guosls'were prc- ^teuled handkerchiefs *" *•*•-..-.- f- Club l;Ia.s OucsU 'Z When Mrts Hairy W. 'iialncs -,had, the Mid-Week Bridge chili "Tljursdajf for lunch aiid lo play Abridge she also entertained Mines ^C 5 Stevens tlojd While 'and "^A B. Fairfteld and Miss Ruth £Moss of. Philadelphia p c im., house- ^ of Mr. and..Mrs. O. p. Moss. •y The eight uresent were served a H.WO cours? menu at, small lables .j.decorated In Keeping with the -Irish holiday . jf In the bridge games Mrs. H. H ^Houchms _won the club prize »liose, and Mrs White,.a rose bowl -for guest high ** • * . ,,Has Club -* Mrs F B Joyner has tile 'I'liurs- 'W);fi BMcfcswod fetiimeci"'• from Little Hock Wednesday night to attend the funeral of his brother- in-law, W. L., Moore.'- . . Mrs. C. B. Driver wns a Memphis visitor Tluu'sday. Mr. and Mrs. D, H. 131ack,wood, jr., mid Virginia Blackwood; have been in Oseeola for sevcVal days. Thoy/will, return to Memphis tomorrow., Mrs.-.-B. young was a Memphis visitor Wednesday. Miss- Joy Blnckwood of Little Rock arrived in Osceola Thursday to attenci the funeral-oi Mr. Moore. Mr. nnd-Mrs.,Joi;;,Youns were ill Manila .pn business Thui-sdny. ,J.-T. Coston, L: C V B,' Young, A. W. .Young and A. Garretl, are in Memphis tortsy to alleiid ;i dinner given by the Vandei'bilt Alumni, nt the University club, in honor of tl'.t newly elcbitect Vafldcrbilt coacli, Ray Morrison." , ' Bits oj News Mostly Personal Mrs, wirt iloud has rcimtied .1.0 M l\omc In Jackson, ML'is, after short visit with Drs, Cnrl'nnri ?<1ni» Wics. Miss Ida Mac Wurren hus'rc- .urncd from Nnshvllle, Tenn., vhcrc slie was at St, 'Hiomas hos- >(l;\\ nursing her niece. Mrs. M. O. lloegBcn. ot Toledo, O., arrived yeslcrdny aflernoon for visit with her sister, Mrs. Euln tulledgo, and Mrs. and Mrs, Frnnk Webb and family, Mr.- nnd Mrs. Waller Hill, of Bussott, were in the city today. Georsjc \v. Barhum, Hie Itev. V. E. Butlcrworth nnd J. Cceil Lowe ivcrc In Mcmplils ycolcrday. While ;here they confen'ed witll the Sev. J. J. Walker, |>nstor of .the aist Bid Christian,cmirch, who Is to conduct an evangelistic meeting al Hie First Christian church of Uils city beginning May 12, "l. O. Hose, of Roselaml, wiis in Memphis yesterday. He goes down three days each week 'or ircal- iiicnt at a hospital. Mrs. Elunler C. Sims was In Muniphls yesterday. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Conwuy n(ld Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey While, of Osceola, .will go lo Memphis Sal-, .irdny for "As Thousands Cheer" nnd will leave Sunday morning for BIloxl where they will speiid a week. ML«s Adah II. Uouoho, whose hip us brokep recently whcu she was struck by « bicyclist, Ls resting I'cry well at'the Blytheville lios- iltai. She will be in Ihe hospital 'or eight, weeks. Miss Corn Lee Colcman. Mmes. 5 .P. Miirt!|i, J. w. Barter and W. A. St|ckmo(i were In Memphis Wednesday. Vhgll dreeno lias returned from Slfccston, Mo.," where, he attended .'o business. , , ; tJlarciicc Wilpon is in Memphis today. c'ohsiiUjiig Ills, eye specialist. Miss Maurine Branson has rc- urned f\-om n visit In Jonesboro, Newport and Tuckcrninu, Ark. . Mr. and Mrs, E. M. Terry will spend Saturday' in Hot Springs al- tciuting an' nbslniclors' coiivenllon, Everett B. Gee Is attending li> business In Memphis lortiiy. Miss Madeline Smith has rc- .jiuied to Whentloy, Ark., attfr a. brief stay., with her sister, MrstW. Ready! Watch the -or, Birdie! L. liprnur, and family. She'tic- comiianicd Mrs. Homer-,'to'- Hot fcDrlnes where lli»y spent a slion Mrs. O. W. Williamson, of Marl- aitns, Is aufst pf her dauchir-r : MH. Max D. MIIKT, and fir. MI^ Icr,.until oflcr the weekend. ' MISBM Winnie Virgil Turner 'and ;^ 5 ,",,M- Hardy spent Wednesday (n Little Rook where; they uttctid- cd a meeting of Ihe state curriculum detriment. -Miss Hordyi Is a member of the high school committee, . "™ Stecle-Cooter .Society — Personal^ Misses Josephine Holly , and Ruhye DBrtcr entertained illie Cooler girls basketball 'squad, Pcmlicol county chtimplons, invited Bucsts, nnd Coach and Mrs. H. lllers hi Hie Cooler gyinnasluin Wednesday evening. • Various games and contests were played with Sue Droolos bcjng uwnrdcd a prize. . • Mrs. H, lllers was hostess lo clslit members of (he Womnn's Missionary Union p£ Ihe Cooler Baptist church Wednesday afler- nooii. * * * Mrs. Gils Cooper WHS hostess to the Jolly club Tuesday afternoon, cntcrlalnlng vv|lh bunco. The St. Patrick motif was used In decorations and refreshments, Mrs. Glen White WHS presented u flower bowl for high score. Mrs., T. Brlgguucc received n glass caudy jar for bunco, and Mrs. Clarice Gilliand, with low score, was awarded a Knit and pepper shaker set. Mrs. Aubrey Earls was liosless lo 20 friends at '»n informal party Wednesday atte'tfioon. -.-il ,!'.• Mrs, Sims :t&ichie entertained circle one of the W. M. U. of the Baptist church and several .'ljues'ls al a SU Patrick's party ami',silver lea at her new homo Thursday iilglit, Mrs. H. Boswell will spend the week end with her parnets... ul Canilhcrsville. • !•# Mrs. D. B. Holly and daughter, Josephine, Mi's. Jerry Holly,' iuid Mrs. Ed crice spent Mondiiy in Memphis. Mrs. Fred Copeliuid and son, Gene, who have been the 'guesti of. F'RlbAV, MARCH 16, 1935 lake w«|i a 12-foot d*pH|. aid for Irrigation also may sought. ThoiH»n<b For Drainage Spent, Land Too Pry Now NOfWALK. ~0hiti (UP)-aeveral >cais ajo, thousands of dollars „„, were spei|', to drain surplus water Scouts arranged a dramatic lesson flow (he'vast, celery marsh trncis!' 0 reckless automobile drivers lira at Celeryvllle, near here. ceremony here. All traffic was Boy Scouts Warned Auloists SAN FRANCISCO (UP).— Boy Now it has developed Hie drain- ig wfls overdone. The mainlands are going dry. Celery growers said Ihc water abe has fallen lo such extent ml crops have malwed only with the greatest difficulty, because of ' . halted for a minute o» a rushing downtown corner while taps were blown for four pedestrians killed at the intersection. Celery Held owners, to prevent [their Interests from being wiped out by lack of water, are planning construction of an eight-acre HUSKY THROATS When a man biles a dog, that's news, and when bathing girls get lired of posing, and insist on photographing the cameraman, that's— well, that's another, but different picture of the bathing girls. This cluster was found at Tahiti Beach, Miami. Mvs- Copland's piirenls. Mr. ami Mrs. W. T. Oakley, .nl Cooler, rc- turned lo their home in New Madrid Friday. Mrs. J. W. Sites "spent Thursday with relatives at Huffman. Mrs. Billic Walker and daughter, Olive Bel). v;ho have been l-hc guests of relatives in Gideon for several days, have relurncd home. Mr. and Mrs. -Wlllard Mcpanicl, who have been Ihe guests .ol'rela- tives in Cooler, left, Wednesday night fov their home In SI. Louis. Sparky MJclilc Is iil from inui»l». Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bonds and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roberts, who have been visHintj relatives in Hiuitlnglon, Tram., Jiave returned home. .• Ijewey Walker, .who lias uccu vis- Ming in Gideon,.lias returned home and was itcconipaiiied by his cof- sln, Johnnie Copeluiicl. (who will be his guest for the week I end. Mrs. W. M. Barker, Mrs. Wast I Fowler, Elmer Wright, and Edgar | Fowler left Wednesday for- Jackson, Tenn., where tiiey will visit relatives, Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Pitu have returned to their home in Sharon, Tenn., after a visit here with Mr. unit Mrs. A. K. Beckham. Funeral services were held Friday for Hie infant, son, of Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Woodard who died Thursday morning at the family home at Steele. He was survived by one brother, parents, "and Mr. ind Mrs. Goggins, grandparenls. NASAL RRITATION "lAMYOUREYfS... I aai tttJikingj whclhcr yen' - worker play, fifittnliDuta n day every day in the year. I am the only eyes you will ever have. I need and dc- scrvethcaltcntionofaspc- mli st nttcastonceiiycaf." Manufacturer's Clearance Sale of $18,000.00 Worth of ]: 16S GUARANTEED FUR COATS Monday and Tuesday MARCH 18TH & 19TH Optometrist' At Uu'nrd Jewelry Sloru MENTHOLATUM ' Dancing Taught Phi; lirsl class' will Y be . , held Jlonday evening, at llic Hotel Noble, antl classes will lie l )e | t | on Monday a n d Tlutvsday evenings from- 8 • to !) o'clock. Special reduced pricas of 25 Cents Per Lesson for the lirsl time.. Call 833 to Kegister Margaret Moffitt School of Dancing ANOTHER NEW DEAL MOXTKEAI, FUR TRADING CO. OFFDItS 165 lliyh tirade Fur Garments A 1,1, IMS STYI.liS, AT Less Than Replacement Cost A Sale it will decide^' v*s yuu lo .-iltcnO, especially in llie fate or the rapidly rising matkcl value of raw tuti. ; lu sjiilc of these advancing j.-rnei, tlw MONTHt'AI, Fl'K THAI). IM^ CO.. who Is sponsoring this sate, is offering a wlitc sclci'tiun nf all tyjicrj nf belter Fur G.vmcnls in all !.iics anj styles at tremendous reductions. THIS IS DONE IIKC'Al'SF' THIS nnji's ST^iw TOLICV is NOT TO CAKKV (H'tu \NV OK 'IHEIK COATS Ktf.OM ONE SEASON 'I'O ANOTIIEU KUDSON SEAL RACCOON- . BLACK PERSIAN MENDOZA OKIGE WEASEL RUSSIAN FITCH 1 INK MUSKKAT KVSSIAN I'ONV AMERICAN NO'RTIIEKN SEAL AND MA.NV Ul'KEK C'Oi'ULAft Fl'KS To SELECT IUOM Free sloragc llic Iliiil year. A u-rUlen guarantee «)lh each garment. Vnu may use our exclusive Fur P.Vui of 26 iicelvs to Miss Whitsitf s Shop Mountain Club Goes Nautical BOSTON (UP)--Thc Appalachian Mountain Club has gone nautical. The club recently purchased i fleet of six canoes and is ready lo sponsor two deep-sea, cruises. One (rip includes Labrador 'and Newfoundland and the other, a week's sail to Mount Desert .island, Me., and return. Overtaxed by ing, smoking Malboro Presents SPRING SHIRTS 'Witlt the New TRUBENIZED;. COLLAR WRINKLE AND PERSPIRATION PROOF White and New Patterns $1.65 $1.95 PORTIS HATS —for Spring include many new styles am] wlors, 3/4 linings. , ;.95 to $5 J. CAPPS SUITS Beautiful new Spring patterns and colors. $27.50 HUDSON CLEANER - TAILOR . COLTHIER ANNOUNCEMENT Delta Implements, Inc. distributors for International Harvester We are now open for business in our new home on South Second St. next to the armory, and invite all farmers in this territory to visit us and inspect our line. _ "We are now prepared to serve our farmer friends with any type of equipment from that used by the small farmer to the largest planter. . We sell and service Farmall tractors in 3 sizes, F12— F20-F30 and equipment for each size, 2 and 4 row planters, 2 and 4 row cultivators, one and two row middle busters and Disc har- vows, International Trucks. It will pay you to see our products and (jet our prices whether or not you are ready to buy. Delta Implements/ Inc. I-yi.-xr... • G..Nash, Phone 802

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