The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 15, 1934 · Page 1
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CYC i F"F i j v^y v~>" C-v x L^L^i ====<dLi •~ * •••A ^f— 11 — Social Calendar TUESDAY'S Grove Cetneleiy association ulth Mrs. E F. Blomeyci 2:30 PJ». • l 4 ( ',*;f Mrs Murray Smart lias ing the Young Matron sBrldgc club. Tuesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs Harry Kirby. .Executive board Armord P.-T. A. meeting 3:30 p.m. jRoyal Neighbors meeting with Mrs. J. D. Barksdale, 1:30 p.m. 'L«nge P. T A. meeting 3 u. m. J WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS ,Mrs. Farnswortli Black having the Wednesday Bridge dill). '.Delphian Fine Arts club meeting aji Hotel Noble, 9:30 a.m. t Bible stiidy Church of Christ meeting 3:30 P. M., with Mrs. Paul Grimes. , THURbDAY'S EVENTS JArnjorel P.-T. A, meeting 2:30 'Mrs W L Horncr having Mid- Week Bridge club, t »Mrs. Everett B, Gee hostess to Thursday Luncheon club. >Mrs C L. WyJle having Tinirs- <Uy Bridge club. "i Mrs. Carrol Blakemorc entertaining Thursday Contract club. ;Dance 'at the Country club, 0:30 Pjn. FRIDAY'S lA'ENTS «Hy-Shy-Ny Sunday school class ^Lrst Baptist church meeting 1:30.' with Mrs E. B. Jackson, 1412 w. Main will preside at the nit ilny t'.on. "Praying For Missions" will be tlie theme of Hie program which will open at 10 o'clock. Mrs. II. J'cwett ol Jonesboro, district secretory, will be the principal speaker niid Mrs. J. W. Parker, of this city. Is lo conduct the ctcvotloniil Churches at, Kciscr, Lusora, Os- ceoln, Manila, Leachville, Dell. Yarbro, Joiner, Promised Land mid Ihc Lake Street and First churches here will send delegates. • • • Son Horn. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Abernathy of Osccola, announce the Uirth of n nine and one-halt pound boy born Wednesday »ight. The child Has been named Donnld Hay. M rs AberiiBthy BUS before her mnrrlasrc Miss Minnie Pearl Lyons, nnd is the sister of Mr*. J. B, ifalsel!. Bits of Nttis Mostly Personal Mi« Jane Buck . Announces WnJdinj rtans. ^Miss Jane Buck, whose marriage to Mr, JiUtan E. Belts or Memphis scumbla, Ala,, will be sol-Saturday, has announced r her wedding. . ritual will ,bc performed nt *rst Baptist church at 10:30 In the morning with the . Allred Carpenter reading the service, .Mies BUCKS only attendant, will DC Miss Ruth Butt, and Mr. Thomas O»en Belts, ol Tuscumbla, brother of Mr. Bctls, will be best man. Miss Ruth Eleanor Tucker is (o light the tapers. Mr. c. M. Buck •Mil gi\e his daughter In marriage The ushers trill be Messrs. Sam Houston, Robert Hunter, Harvey Padgett and Ernest Burley. -A program of nuptial music will be rendered by Mrs. Murray Smart organist, and a vocal trio of Mmre Paul L Tiptdh, George M. Lee and Russell Farr " * r • His Blrthfla) Farly. BUlle Nelson, daughter of Mr. and *™ M N«l*on, celebrated her I2th blrthdaj- Friday evening with a surprise dinner and theater party The Hallowe'en motif was used in decorating live dinner table *nerc covers were laid tor five Uveatcr ^'^ thCy m " 1 '° llle noxy Mrs Nelson was assisted by her a ' '" ent « rtainI "B «« Mrs. Rupert Craflon nnd children and Mrs. Tom Martin, mother of Mrs. Crnflon, siicnt the week-end in Llttlo Rock where they attended the football game and met Miss Virginia Mnrllu who is a student at Arkansas University. They were joined Saturday by Henry Duvis who returned home with lliem. Among lliosc who attended the football gnmo at Little Rock Snt- urdny were Mr. mid Mrs. Ben Butler, Mr. nnd Mrs. Godfrey White and Mr. nnd Mre. Halo Jackson, of Osceoln. Sara Lou McCulclicn, who Is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital, will probably Imvo her Sinus drained tomorrow. Her condition is good. Mrs. Earl KooiHz, of Fulton, Mo., has arrived for n visit with her mother, Mrs. B. M. Bryan, and daughter, Miss Ellen. Mr. Kooutz, who accompanied her down Salnrday, has returned. Mr. and Mrs, E. M. Huffman and son, Elbert, tUlcnded the lair at CarnlhersvlHc yesterday. Mrs. Charles Shnmbltn, s r ., has gone lo French Cnmp, Miss., for a visit with Mrs, J. R. Smith Julian E. Bctts, of Memphis, a-as here Tor (he week-end as the guest ot Ms fiancee. Miss June Buck. James Terry was in Llltlc Rock Eastern Star To Meet Tonight. .""i 01 " 6 JM 11 IK a staled mcctine of the Order of the Easier,, Star tins evening, 7:30 o'clock. i * • •. Country Club T« Have Dance. „ " erl f rt MoWer and his 12-p!ec= let? hSS b '* n a*""* r ° r » r?,,h ra ™f 8 ei " el 't at the couiurv club Tliis orchestra, which plav- lhe "'"sic evening ' Melhodut Women Meet Here fr0tT1 . '" iul1 IOWDS in Saturday for the Arkansas-Baylor gimic. Cawoii Alley spent Sunday jn Memphis. J. L. Thompson, Jr., returned to Memphis yesterday after spending " week here with Mr., and Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson. Mr. Thompson accompanied him home (or tlie day. Mr. nnd Mrs, Guthrlc King will lake on of the J. W. Slioitse apartments now ncarlnc comple- Mrs. Matt Monngrmn and diuiijh- Icr, Bnrbnm, went lo Memphis today for several weeks stay. W. D, McCJurJciij a Mended lo business dl Memphis Baiurdny. Mr, atid Mrs. c. L. H'omuck and flaughler, Shirley Ann, of Memphis were guests of Mrs, C. O. Hires nnd family yesterday. Everett McDowell tins gone to Helena where ) lc ), as accepted .1 ix>« tlon in Ihc public school* as instructor of music. The Ulyihcville Unnd, of which Mr. McDowell was Jienrt, win now- be in charge of Hoscoe Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Ilallard Caudle had as their guests yesterday Miss Joy Caudle, inclr cousin, Miss Maine Caudle, and Mr. Caudle's brother and family, of Paris, Tcnn. Mrs. Fred Warren n;ij Mrs. Doyle Henderson were in Memphis Saturday. ' Mr. mid Mrs. Cecil Lee, of Dy- crsbure, Tcnn., arc here for a few days stay with relatives. Mrs. 1. n, Jolmson Is In Memphis for a visit win, relatives. Mrs. Emma Lou Rogers is convalescing following ,,,i oration wrfonncd »L Hie Memphis BaniLst Mr. an<I Mrs. w. D. McClurkln '"HI as their guest, for the wcck- ?ml, Mrs. Doris C'olejiian, of Mem- Mrs. ,i. w. Dl)lci) 5 p CJll TO . (cr . nay in Joncsboro where s\w nltend- Eastmi Star. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, of Houston, Texas, arrived last night lor several days slay with Mr. Smith's parents, Mr." nnd Mrs. J X. Smith. They arc cnroutc to Meridian, Miss., for a visit with relatives of Mrs. SinHli. Mr. Smith was reared in this city. Help Kidneys • If poorly funcilonfnir Kldncya wid Dlwldpr mnltfi you auiTcr from Getllnff Up Nlyhti, Nervousjjcos. Jlhcum*t)c • Pkina. BtifTneM, liuratnic, Kmanloif, Hcli me. or Acidity try the (nuranteed Doctor's rr*BCMpUonCy&l*xfsiM.t-ii ^^•JO^AV "~Must fix you up OyaKOX b, e k, Only7B/»ti THANK YOU, MISS FERGUSON We Arc Pi-owl To Have Won Your Appi-oval - - "I cannot afford Uv lake chances with my appeiir- ' ancc on the singe—1 find il 1)!iys j,, the end to have all beauty work done by experts, who use only the very finest of mHterinls. "I do ihinl; Hlythuville women ;iro indeed for lun- ate iu luwiiiB the (lualily work 1 louiul at your shop." Margard Deen Beauty 5/ioppe Ingram iildg. ,, hone 10G ANOTHER "Return Engagement FOR FOUR LEAF COFFEE 6 CONSECUTIVE YEARS IN THE COURIER NEWS COOKING SCHOOL on the friendship ,,f the cir.! 'riif H ?."T \-? mrie< ' Ncws Booking School ' " " A ' " m " r " ellW8emellt " Roasted, Packed and Distributed by CENTRAL COFFEE CO. Blythevillc, Ark. Wiison Society — Personal The music department of the •"'•">" Cooperative club ,\ Ma ? af '«»<">" »t the home or Mrs. Herbert Sullivan. TJic ,™o- erani, in-ranged by M, S j N ' ,„ rome incli.tl«l: pl.mo 5a i o> chm- son Joyciicc, Mrs. w. W WaKm, of Kcbcr; talk on "Modcn? and Classical Music," Mrs. Ocorce Dick Wi-on. of Osceota; Minute WaltV Olionin, Mrs . A . ,,. Hamcuto 7" z ' nassctt; vocal S0 1 0 , "Out. ot the Dawn to You," Mrs . Jllwh J, l '* ° °™° "' accompanied by Mrs 3' V MlBglns. ]loslc s se.s were Mrs Simivan, Mrs. Jerome, Mrs. wif-' Ham LudH'Ig. and Miss Maxlne Wnl- fifty members attended tlie meet >B of the Parent-Teacher Hon at Hie Wilson school afternoon. Mrs. Oscar uarksdalr gave the devotional. The program topic was "The School Looks to the Future." Superintendent Carl Bird poke on " How our School is Meet ing New Conditions," and the Rev li. M. Lewis discussed "How Our Comnnmity is Meeting New Condu nous, rhc association's inalnt- nm Joels for ll,o year are to help 'm- clernoiirlshcd children and to pur- needed supplies for Individual pupils in tho grades. Mrs. «. E, L?s Wilson was a guest when Mrs. n. B. is.c Wilson jr. entertained the Tiic-jday cjiib at Wildwood Thursday. Mrs. Hale Jackson, oj Oiccola, held high score. Mrs. N. D. Ellis entertained with .« dljiner party Friday night in lonor of the Misses jane Worth- Inglon and Viola Berg, of Chicago nnd Dr. Hunter Cox, Miss Worth- melon and Dr. Cox are lo he married early In December. MUs Mildred O'Ncll has returned lo her home al Forrest, city after a visit with Mr. and Mrs, Gus Fra- nicr. Mrs, Earl Cross and small son, Joe Earl, have returned from a week's stay with s. A. White and family at Eupora, Miss Mr. and Mrs. W. p.' Wilsojj attended the Arkansas-Baylor football game at Little Rock Saturday Miss Mary i/ju McDantcls spent Die wrek end with her parents at Stcele, Mo. J. H. Grain returned Friday iorntiif from a business trii> to St. Louis. A. n. Shearon and Walter Card attended lo business in Annorel and Dlythevllte Friday CAltD OK THANKS We want to express our appreciation and thanks to all our friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown us during tli life nnd death of our precious lilt son. Mr. and Mrs. c. C. LaPcrne New Liberty News A large crowd attended the" all day service here a week ;igo Sunday. The Itev. Braxton Gill, ol Armorel, preached at the morning hour and the Rev. Ben L. Bridges of Little nock, preached In the afternoon. Lunch was spread at. noon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank May and son, of Bassett, Ark., were the week end guests of relatives here. Mrs. E. H. crook and Mrs. H 0 race Floyd, n-lio have been In the Blytlievillc hospital have returned lo their homes, Mrs. j. M. Aycock and daughter, Afiss Mildred, spent Monday with Mrs. Wright and faintly, at BlytliE- Tlic Rev. and Mrs. W. J. LeRoy Of Blylhevllle, visited in this com- MONDAY. OCTOBER 15, THE WISE OlD OWl fy £sso THOUGH SAND BE DEEP AND THE PUU B£ STRONG WITH ESSOLENE- VtXJU SAIL ALONG! BUTEKEG BREAD Miss Edna Ferguson Home Kconotm'sl and lecturer Says; "in coii.lurfii, s my M-lmnls ll.roujh- onl lip. Unilnl .stales j Maroiun bread from Ihc foiintrj-'s largest bakcrj but ncvpr liavp. I LiUed ,l hctlcr jirorfuct lh;in Bl"l CKKG it bas „ ri,, r f|,, vor> ,. von [cx(|lrc anil is lilsbcr In foml v ;,!,„, i tiall cr<litr,irj- l/rcad." Ash for HIJTKKEO HUKAI) ;,l Your t.roccr, BLYTHEV1LLE BAKERY munlty ThuMday, and were dinner eitests of Mr. and Mrs. p. B. Jarratt. Mrs, Pearl Hill spent Wednesday Might with her sister, Mrs. Walter Hill, and Mr. Hill at Bassstt, Ark. Hospital Notes Admitted: Ruth Mullitis, route 2; N. J. Handlcy, Yarbro; Herman Wells, Dell; Millie Johnson, Hayti Mo., celonia Butler, city. Dismissed: Homer Waters, Cooler, Mo. ... Football Fan at 96 , NEW LONDON, O. (UP) ,_ Though 9G, Wilbur Hobinson is an enthusiastic football fan. Rarely (ioos he miss a iiomc lilgh school game, keeps posted on the bigger college games and stcdlcs their records, through the newspapers. Read Courier K'ewi Wu>t A<J«. EASES ACHES V n .'°* orcpKlUn i t . , 8*nUbM seen ilnio. Brim nlMiu lon.' Comet!? bltuled formnS. LIQUID or TABLETS, At in Wrecker Service Phillips Motor Co. Miss Edna M. Ferguson Home Economist and Lecturer :tt the COURIER NEWS COOKING SCHOOL U selecW CRAIG'S Grade A Raw Milk Por Use in Her Daily Demonstrations Phone 74 for Daily Deliveries CRAIG'S DAIRY KG Baking Powder Will Be Used • •' " •"•-•-'••••VrfVKl*.'--'-'.---.-. , -:•:•.--•- | ...,^*f'"» MISS EDNA M. FERGUSON in the Courier News Cooking School Je lecturer uses fte double- tested -double-action K C : baking powder to demonstrate how you can produce delicious bakings of me texture and large volume. Well-known domestic sc.ence lecturers and millions of housewives know from experi- : ence there is real satisfaction and economy in using KG BAKING POWDER Same Price Today as 44 Years Ago 2:8 OUNCES F0R:28c, ^Manufactured by Baking Powder Specialists who man. nothing but Baking Powder -under supervision of expert chemists of national reputation The quality is always uniform— KG is dependable . Use KG in your favorite recipes. Follow < ; instructions given you by the demonstrator. It will produce the finest of baked goods at low cost. You will realize why .there is more KG manufactured and shipped than of any other brand. . , x t* none tetter - purer - mart efficient \ MILLIONS OF POUNDS HAVE BEEN USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT — ~ ^^.

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