The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1933 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 11, 1933
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K/TTBtVILtE, (ARg.) COUMEB NEWS MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1033 ev. C. M. Ro'cs, pastor of the Ine engagement and approarhlng rst, Methodist church, of Little marriage of M's Clara Morion will begin at J.15 p. M. ock, In the presence of relatives of Tulaa, Okla., and Ernest Chiles, nd friends. The bride was lovely i>on of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. 'Chiles blue crepe with a corsage of She was given In srrlage by nvi father. MUss Thel- Phllllps ws<, the bride's only Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Young . Matrons Bridge club, Mrs. Joe Trteschman, hostess. .. "8t|U)t;.>. Night" .at. high school Eponcored by Junior .A, BroArs EVENTS Wedaodty: Bridge club, Mrs. hostess. AY'8 EVENTS . Hfch *. T. A. executive (meeting, 2:45 p. m., follow- by P. T. A., meeting at 3:30 p. J.U. U. C. meeting with Mrs. W, I. Denton. J Thursday Contract club, Mrs. Q. G Caudil! hostea.. 3 Yarbro' missionary society meet log with Mrs. E. B..Lloyd. .. • ' FRIDAY'S EVENTS ' Pre-school P. T. A. meeting with Mrs, Matt Monaglian jr., 2:30 p.m. • Annual Christmas party, Woman's club, 3 P. M. ,• Hy.-Shy-Ny Sunday sclioo! class First Baptist church Christmas tarty, Mrs. W. M. Williams, hostess, 7:30 P. M. SATURDAY'S EVENTS • Mrs. Walter Wood, prcsldcnl county council home demonstration clubs hostess to luncheon foi county council at Women's club. iTJ-Bryant .''Miss kettle Bryant, of Yarbro and Mr. Thomas R. Ivy, ol Bly theville and Yartro, were unllei In "marriage "Saturday afternoon a the . : home- of the Rev. Grove Sutherland, ,who .• performed th ring service. .The bride, who'U a teacher In the Yarbro. school, is "the daughte of Mr. arid' Mrs; Marmaduice Brj 1 ah'j, of that community, where sh h'as resided for a n u mbcr of years Mr.-Ivy, has .been superlnteiidcn of" the Yftrb'TO .school for a nUm her of.' years but. resides In thi. city (where ,he 'and. his bride wl njake their home. He Is well knowi .ih'educatlonal'drcies of the coun jy. . • ' ' ; : I • • SUsfc Clnb MPtts. .; Trie Etude Music club met Fri day afternoon at the home Katberine Lavrrly with Ruth Sec? ss a new memijpr. The eight pros ent -heard a program on Gorar .with Amy Ruih Morris plnyin a violin selection "Berceuse" 'ti'Is composer, nnrt Virginia Hayne playing "My Epnny". ; Cake and hot chocolate wer served. • • • JUve Die per Patty. . Mr. and Mrs. Cecil White en tertauied 12 guc'ls with a Chris Was supper par ty • Ftid.ay evenln at theif. home oh .West ' A prettily trimmed tree, ele Hrically lighted, was the featu decoration and the tables were a Tanged for a leaflet supper menu ' In the Bingo games which fo lowed Tony Clements won tf lirst prize and Mrs. H. E. Rim received consolation. < * * • Legion Auxiliary Has A Mtetts*. At tho mect'^g of the American legion auxiliary Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Floyd While, flans for rehabilitation wort were made. rs. E. B. Woo.tson reported, and rs. Howard Proctor reported malt- g 516 from concessions at tiie larlty dance. It was announced by Mrs. Put 'Bryant that Hie auxiliary will csent a stunt for "Stunt Night" the junior l.'gli school P. T. A. flair Tuesday p'ght Mrs. nolaml Green read the pre- nble to the constitution. In the past '•'•'«* Mrs. Proctor radio talk on auxiliary avc a ork, II was dccld <il to otter a prlzt o( 1 for the bes; essay on "Fldac" tiong Junior l-.'fli school pupils. In the .social hour Ihe members lifted pillows for the veterans' ospllal. iaujht*r Bom. * Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gable, who re-temporarily making their .home n Qsccola, announce the birth ol daughter there Friday. The bay, who weighs seven jwunds, has xen named'Barbara Allen. Before marriage Mrs. Gable' waS'Miss Madeline McGregor,'of Osccola.' * + * ^ 'Son Born. ' •- '' A 60ii was born to Mr. «nd«Mrs. !al Gossctl, of Burdctte, Friday «t he BlythevillC; IXBpltal. '*:•' . "..'•• »' # • '*"". StuiiV !NI|ht to ' Be Unusual Affair. A -'nuinber of local organizations will -prpscritvstunls at the junior Ugh P. T. -A", show Tuesday -night at the lilgli school auditorium.-Tnls affair, for le benefit of the sponsoring organization, Is to be something different, according, to Mrs. Ira Gray aiid olhcr 'members of this P. T. A. Procreds from the 10 and 15 cents ndmlsslon will go for the purchasing of -equipment for the Junior high school. time. Mr. and Mi.'. Malt Monajhai), Jr., had as thtlr guests yesterday Mrs. Clmpmiin'i 1 father, the KCV. A. E. Chapman, and som, Herbert nd Lawrence, of St. Louis, Mrs. L. N. Hen'ic-at was stricken with nn acute allack of appendicitis Saturday and was removed to tho Blylhcvlllc hospital wlwrc she underwent an oiwratlon. Her condition is very good. Yesterday her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Jach- rcw and son, J. C. jr., and daughter, Mrs. C, E. Marttndlll, of Jud- sonla, Ark., were liere. 'Iliey were accompanied home by Lady Hull) Henbcst who will spend . several weeks with them. Osceola 1 Society — Personal Hayti Society — Personal BitioJ Ntws Mrystly Personal T. O. Seal wns in Memphis Saturday on business, Mrs. Elton W Kirby, Mrs. John L. Finley, Jr., and Mrs. W. II. Horncr ore spending today in .Memphis. Miss Nonia Cothren has re- lumed to Booii^vllle, Ark., where she has been n patient at the state sanitarium for the past five years, riftei] a visit with her parents. ... . : , Hrs. E.' R. J'icksoii mid daugli- itcj Marilyn, and Louise Liitrell, arc spending u<"aj In Memphis. '• G. A. liovcy spent yesterday in Jlemphis wltli Mrs. Hovcy who is 1'tcupenUinu a', the Baptist hospital from a nvi|or operation. She will probably return home within a few days: A. L. Sanders of Fiusscllvillc, jlik., and St. LiMits, spent, yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. George Cioss. Mrs. W. H. Minyard. who has been quite 111 from tonsilitis, is aow convalescing. The IJouMe Four Bridge club met at the home of Mrs. Hugh Lewis Friday evening for a pot luck supper. Bridge was played with Miss Untile Pern Lutes having the highest. Second high score prize went to Mrs. Joe Jaffec. This was the last meeting the club will have before Christmas and each had a gift under the Christmas tree. • • • Mrs. Ernest Johnson was hostess to the Stitch and Chatter Club at her home Friday afternoon with Mrs. C. P. Wells and Mrs. Wolf Khourle as guests. * * * 1 Miss Juanlla Cranford Is convalescing at her home after a ton- silectomy and a goiter opcrntloi' at Ihc Snulhenst Missouri hosplta at Cape Glrardeau last Tuesday. Mrs. Alice B. Davis, who spcn the week at Stanley attending lo farming interests, returned hom Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brondell who have been at Eldon and Jefferson City, Mo., for the past fe»' weeks visiting their parents, returned home Friday evening. Mr. Brondell resumed his work In the State Highway' department office here. : Mrs. Ethel- Dorrls, saleslady at Kohn's store, who has been confined to her room for the past week because of illness, is none Improved. .•!• J|l;,l The marriage of Miss Eva Ward Montague, daughter of Mr. j. E Montague of Osceola and Mr. H T. Dillahunty, son of Mr. and Mrs J. S. Dlllahimly of Blylhcville, wll be solemnized at the home of tlu bride at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 17 The ceremony will be said by Rev. Marsh Callaway. The bride will wear a travelin suit of brown wool with matcWn lat and accessories. She will ;lven In marriage by her f*the Leaving Immediately after the cer emony, Mr. Dillahunly and !l iride will spend a short honeymoo n Little Rock, Hot Springs an Menu, Ark., returning to Osceoi: vliere they will make their home, bride-elect and her fiance ai both members of widely known Mis slsslppl county families. Miss Mo: :n«ue is a graduate of the Osceo high school and a popular men bcr of the social set here. Mr. Dl lahunty, who attended school Hayti Methodist Church Opens Revival Meeting HAYTI, Mo.—A revival 'meeting at the local Methodist church' began Sunday morning with Mr. and Mrs. E. Johnson of Nashville, Tenn., assisting the Rev. J. U. Bulllngton. Mr. Johnson Is a slng- ;r of note and he will direct the singing and also have charge of the Young Peoples services each evening. Sous condition at the 'Memphis Mrs. White, rehabilitation chair-j Baptist hospital, is no better today, man, was in charge of the pro-1 However, a blood transfusion was Lepanto LEPANTO, Ark.—Mr. nnrt Mrs. J. R. Shellon ' of the Hatcher L. R. Mason, who is in a ser- community near Lepanto, announce gram. She told ef visiting the veterans hospital at Little Rock recently arid of the local group meeting all requirements in the rehabilitation picgram mapped out by the state. , The sum of $50.56 was netted successful and physicians now be- licve he will recover. Mrs. Mason 'Ls with him b'lt Mrs'. R. B. Nolsn. mother ol Mrs Mason, and her sister,' Miss Virginia Nolan, have lelumed homj. Mr. Mason was stricken 111 Friday night and his the marriage cf their daughter Oweida,.to Tall Smith, son-of.Mr and Mrs. B. Smith of Lepanto The marriage was solemnized Saturday, December 9 by Magistrate W. G. Thurmso of Lepanto. Osccola ami at Wilson, Is dcpu tax assessor (or Mississippi count with headquarters In Osccola, Miss Montague's engagement a approaching marriage was announced Friday afternoon when Mrs. Paul Balrd of Dycrsburg, Tenn., formerly Miss Mcrrll Miller of Or- ceola, entertained 32 friends at bridge at the home of her mother, Mrs. John It. Miller, the announcement party being the first, of a sc- ries of social affairs planned in compliment, lo the bride elect. Announcement of Miss Montague's engagement and approaching marriage was written on one of thr tally cards and was drawn by Mrs. S. L. Glatllsh, who made the announcement to other guests and pro|X>sed a fitting toast. Mm. Bnirrt and Miss Montague were assisted In receiving by Mrs. J. S. Dillalum- ty of Blythevllle, mother of the groom. High score prizes were awarded :o Mrs. D. S. Laney and Mis, W. J. Driver Jr., and Mrs. Ciladlsh cut consolation favor. Miss Montague was complimented Friday evening when members «! the contract bridge club lo which she belongs showered her with, gifts of miscellaneous lingerie at the regular club party where the members and two extra tables of guests were entertained by Mrs. Herbert Shippers High score prizes were won" by Mrs. Charles Rose, Mrs. Paul Balrd and Miss Josephine Montague, Miss • Josephine Montague and Miss Maxine Brown kept, open house at the Montague home here Saturday evening, entertaining numbers of friends in compliment to the bride-elect and Mr. Dillnhun- ty, and on Wednesday Mrs. L. D. Massey is entertaining with a bridge luncheon at her home here teudant and Charles Driver, bro ler of the b'He, served as best an. Mrs. Beam is the granddaughter < John B. Drver of Luicora, and niece of Congressman W. J. trlvcr of Osccola. with her par,its she lived for a number of ears In Osmla where she at- cnded schcol, later graduating rciiu the Little Rock high schcol. tr. Beam Is the son of Mrs. \'cll Chrisman U Jacksonville, III., nd tiie late H. M. Beam ol He Is u graduate of Beebc •Ijh school and attended the Uni- •crsity of Illinois. Mr. and Mrs Beam are at home In Morrllton where Mr. Beam is connected with he Southern fitntcs Oil company. Mrs. Charles B. Kendleman of Little Rock, state regent of the D. A. R., was the guest of honor at the monthly meeting of the William Strong chapter, when Mrs. C. M. Harwell and Mrs. Margaret Barbiers were hostesses, entertaining 23 members from Mississippi, critten- den and Poinsett counlies at a beautifully appointed luncheon at Mrs. Harwell's home. Mrs. Rcndleman discussed D. A. E. work over the state, calling attention to the annual meeting to be hcid at Fort, Smith in March, and complimenting the William Strong chapter, a young chapter, on the successful launching of two projects, the marker designating the intersection of the Old Military Road with Highway 61 at Marlon, and the McGavock Grlder memorial park south of Osccola. .Mrs. Rendlcman was accompanied by Miss Marie Loyd, a former officer of Ihe state D. A. R., and Mrs. Einesl H. White, regent of a Little Rock cliap'.er, both of Little Rock, who made short talks. They were introduced by Mrs. D. M. Biggs of Proctor, regent of the William Strong chapter. A musical program included a vocal solo by Mrs. J. W. Edringlor and a group of piano selections by Mrs. D. F. Taylor Jr. * V Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Massey entertained ten friends at a dinner party followed by an evening at bridge at their home here Weanes- y. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. A, . Boweii, Mr. and Mrs. O. E assengill, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. ieed. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. White r. and Mrs. D. S. Laney. High score prizes were won by rs. Laney and Mr. Sneed. • » » Announcement has been made of TOO I,ATC TO CLASSIFY A wedding .'olpmnlzcd Friday; in LUtle Rock, Kit interesting tq>a wide circle of Mississippi - cb^rity friends, Is tha; of Miss Margaret F.thcl Driver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. Driver, and : Hugh N. Beam The cercmonv xvas said bv the MOTHER- JtAtopped-uli mae tnat/^kad the, MOUTH BREATHING HABIT When a stopped-up nose makes your child breathe through the mouth, that's a warning signal, mother. He's in danger of forming the deadly mouth breathing habit* Barnes 9 Quality Cleaning Means in o r o service a n d greater beauty for your dresses. Breathing through the tnoulti is like opening the door to dread diseue. The mouth, unlike the note,-cannot keep out the ruvoc.working germs that enter with each breath. Thii undermines the child's vitality. Physical and mental growth are ttunted. 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