The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 6, 1938 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1038 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE ... Hayti Society — Personal I He'll Never Knew i ,His Daddy, 71 Mrs. T. E. Cole, daughter, Miss Louise, and son, Truman, and Frank Foster, jr., left Sunday for Payette, Mo., where Miss Cole and Truman are students at Central college. ._ ' ~"!p"w."Van Horn of Sikeston was here Monday transacting business, Mrs. George Ryal and children relumed home Monday from Charleston where they visited relatives. Mrs. H. C. Lewis and daughters, • Myrna Jean and Wanda, of Au- J burn, III,, and Mr. and Mrs. John lilEnnis of Waverly, Iowa, left for " their homes Sunday after spending a week with the former's mother, Mrs C. P. Wells, and Mr. Wells. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Howe and son, Gene, of Cape Girardeau were guests of Mrs. Jennie Hov.-e Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bullington and Mr. nhd Mrs. Wendell Hall of St. Louis were the week-end guests of Mr Hall's parents, Mr nnd Mrs. Bert Hall. Mr. Bullington Is a brother of Mrs Hall. Mr and Mrs. Otto Eder of Thayer were guests,of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Trlbble Sunday Mr. and Mrs Rodney Brasher, jr. left Wednesday for Columbia, where they will make their home In the future. Mr. Brasher has accepted a position with a drug store there. Mr. and Mrs. Wood Taylor of Bernie were here over the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Thompson. Mrs. Ray Nelson left for her home in Los Angeles, Calif., Monday after having been the cuest of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hall for the past week. f Mesdames J. W. Golden, Joe T '\ Huber and Bert Hall and son, John, were in Memphis Tuesday. Miss Lonnell Holder left Wednesday for Arcadia. Mo., where she Is attending school. Mr. Ferguson Sanders of Ripley, Tenn., returned home Sunday, having spent the Past few days here with his brothers, Messrs. A. O- and Trig? Sanders. He was accompanied by his nephew, J. W. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Boskout of Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. O. H Pink- slon of Flint, Mich,, nnd Mrs. Fannie Dearlove of Charleston were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Pink ston during the holidays. Mpwrs. Charley Nunn and Phele Gotcher of St. Louis arrived Saturday to spend a week with Mr and Mrs. Ed stubbs. Mr and Mrs. Hassell DeWees were in -tJlfarleston Sunday, visit;! ing -the fatter's mother, Mrs. Freet; man? Mr. DeWeese returned Sunday ^evening but Mrs. DeWeese re T ; inalned. ) Mr. and Mrs. Foad Hamra of \ Fulton, Ky., were here Monday, visiting the former's brother, Fred Hamra. Mrs Leonard Toaster is soendmj the week in Deering visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Curry Miss Adeline Stanfill returned to Memphis Sunday, where she is a student at Draughn's Business college. . , Mrs T. L. Garrett and Cleo Pmk- slon attended the funeral of E. M Phillips in Rector.- Ark. Thursday Mr Phillips was a brother-in- law of Mrs. Garrett. Mrs Dassie Carrinf>ton returned home Monday after a week's visit with relatives at Cornbig, Ark. Mrs .T. J. Gross, who has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. H. Krlteberl, and Mr. Kniebert, for the nis* « f eek. returned Monda-. to Texarkana, Texas. Mr and Mrs. Joe KOhn and Mrs, Lanrnr hompson were in Memphis l*< T1 Mr Sd and Mrs. Thomas Schmuck, \r James Schmuck and Mrs. Jm- Brown of Marmaduke. Ark were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Wells "MISS Edna'Khourie is spending the week in Cardwell and Paragould, Ark., visiting relatives. Rail Agent Remembers 160 Birthdays Annually EL PASO. Tex. (UP)—John ^ Dalby district passenger agent for a railroad company here, remembers 160 birthday anniversaries a 5C He does it by carrying a rose In a slender vase to the person to be honored. He is very particular about the kind of rose and type vase he uses. Last year he bought black vases. This year they are blue The roses are usually pink nnd 'just out of the bud stage. "A man is always happy on his birthday, regardless of his age, Dalby commented. "But with a woman It's different," , There are no women on uaioys birthday list. Wilson i'lv - • Personal After spending the holidays with i Hatlves the following leacherr have returned: Mr. and Mrs. W. E Kumiss, Miss Horlon Goodtoo Misses Jeanetta Phillips and Ixntlsc Phillips. Mary Cornelia Curler and Miriam Hulpn from Comvay; Miss ••"ii-ir; Ootes, Mon'iHon; Miss Uaehel Berry. Detroit, Mich.; Miss Sarah Lewis Greene, Memphis; MISS Mary Symonds, Carthage. '' • ) y-.s Virile Rogers, Leola, Ark.; Miss Saphronln Johns. Clal- lutlii. Tcnn., ami Mr. McKne. Hope, Ark. Mr, and Mrs. A. R. Sharon hud UN their New Year's day guests Mr. iind Mrs. George Sharon and son of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. ID. Fred Taylor of Osccola. Mrs. II. A. Slielby returned on Tuesday from a visit wltli her niotlier In Prague. Okla. Mrs. H. II. Sullivan, Mrs. W. S. Turner, Mrs. J. A, Apple, Mrs. N li. I'.his. Mr. and Mrs. U. V. Waddeli were In Memphis Tuesday. Mrs. J. G. lawhorn returned Tuesday from n visit In Memphis. liuick! for STOPPED UP • NOSTRILS ! tJjjtf U> UrCdA MENTHOLATUM C/«5 COMFORT Dally •Us 71-year-old father, who drop •ed dead before he was (join, was . railroad man, but David Wilson Jowder, 3d, will be a farm boy, f his 24-year-old mother, the for- ner Jewell McDaniel of Atlanta, 3a., has anything to do with it •'he's going to move her healthy '-months-old son to the farm siie ust bought at Powder Spring. Ga One Job In Town of 25H ECIO, Ore. <UP>—The only full- ime employed person here is ap arently the one who took the memploymcnt census. The popu 'atton of Scio, according to th 'edcral census was 258. The loca ostoflp handled 257 uncmploy nerit'-''.cards.' RADIOS $1.49 Electric $2.49 & $5,49 Battery $9.49 50c Down — 50c Weekly All Radios Guaranteed All Zenith Radios 25 r / off Progress Vacuum Cleaners 25'"' off FRI., SAT. &MON. ONLY HftRDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. J. W. Adams, Mgr. J, W. Adams, Mgr. . 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