The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 16, 1934 · Page 1
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TWO •UTBEVILLE. (ABK.) COURIER NEWS * >>s Social Calendar 'WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Zone meeting woman's missionary society at First Methodist church, 10 a.m. Mrs. Farriswofth Blaek having (he Wednesday Bridge club. Delphian Fine Arts club meeting at Hotel Noble, 9 30 a HI Bible study Church of Christ meeting 3 30 P M, Vilth Mrs. Paul Grimes. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Armorcl P.-T. A. meeting 2:30 PJII. Mrs. W. Jj. Horher having Mid- Week Bridec club, t Mrs. Everett B. Gee hostess to Tlwrsday- luncheon club. . Mrs. 'Carrol Blakemore: entertain-' ing Thursday Contract club. Dance at the Country club, 0:30 p.m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mississippi .County. Council P.T.A. meeting at Lcnchvllle, 0:30 A, M, Hy-Shy-Ny Sunday school class fifsi Baptist church meeting 7:30 With Mrs E n Jackson, 1412 W. Main , -• License Issued thc marriage licenses Issued Worn the BMlieulle o(rice, or we county court clcik^icClntly arc to Miss Thclma Ponder and Jesse Srieed, both,of MRnlla^.MIss Oncn Vancoy and J T. lensley, both or "Leachvjlle, Mks Penile Wilson anti Marlon Hurst, both et Blvthevlllc; jAlss Ramell Evans and D. M. i*vler. both of Holland, Mo., Miss Ipez Archer, of New Albniy, Miss., and Leslie Bunch, of here. t^ t » * His Economic htudj ^At the 1 regular wceXls meeting qti the Business and Professional Wbmeii last evening Miss Maymc Louise Edwards was chairman of the Economic'Study with Ihe fol- towing .taking fart "on Hie program. Miss Edwards as Chairman ifaciissed the "Printers Pie," Miss MAr^aret Mcore discussed "Social Credit," 'The rconomlcs of Tomorrow" arid Miss . Thelma Wells discussed Ine 'Norrls Dam,". .' During the short business session Miss Kiltie Belie Newman was \oted in as a new- member, * * * Charilj Group Itads Program Tlie Charily gioup of Ihe Woman's Council of the.First Christian church was in charge or thc deletions! for thc meeting Monday afternoon at the social hall. Mrs L L Waid .lead from the 145 Psalm foi the, Jcsson and Mrs. George W Durham offeicd prayer. -Mr; J C Ellis, president, led the,business session In which Mrs. Ward was appointed leader oi the Ohantv group, Mrs W T Barnett and Mrs Russell Phillips were appointed to have flowers In thc church for October nnd November, a report ot the Guild, junior missionary societj, was given by Mrs Cecil Lowe, and Mrs. Ward \vas appointed to gather material lor sewing for the St Louts or- Mrs. Recdcr gave the Introduction, "Needs of Prayer For Africa." A Inlk on "Missionaries In Africa" wns given by Mrs. Will Rogers. Mrs. Russell parr snng "Ninety and Nine," Mrs. K. D. MBIT spoke on "Black Brother.! Over Here," a prayer wns said by Mrs. W. M. Crow nnd a lallt on "Am I My Brother's Keeper?" was given by Mis. J. \v. Bishop. Mrs. Uoy Head dismissed the meeting with prayer. Included In (lie 40 present were (lie ncv. iyid Mis. Alfred Carponter and Mrs. Atviii Harvey. Circles Meet. Circles of Ihe woman's missionary society Of the First Methodist church met Monday afternoon. : The nrst 'group MRS cnlcrt'fllnecl by Mrs. W. M. Bums and Mrs. Charles F. Wood nt the Burns home with 18, Including two now members, attending. The new members ore Mrs. W. 13. McClurkin and Mrs. 11.'i; Oilmore. Mrs. c. I,. VVylle gave the lesson. A salad course was served with cookies mul coffee. Circle 2 inct at the home of Mrs Harry W. Hnlncs when Mrs. E, D. Ferguson and Mrs. 6. N. Hawkins wore also hostesses. Mrs. P. E. Cod- icy gave th<? devotional and lesson. In Ihe social hour individual pics aiitl colrec u-ere served. .Members of circles 3 and 4were entertained by Mrs. Ous Eberdt an:l Mis. J. D. Nntiers at thc Nabers home. In addition to the 15 members there was one guest, Mrs H M. stovall. Trie lesson wns ulven by Mrs. James Hill jr. on "History ot the Church." Individual pies, coffee and 'suited mils were served. Auxiliary Has x Home Mission Program. The general lhon>e of the program at the meeting or the Wo- W's Auxiliary or the First Prrs- ytciian church Monday afternoon as "Home Mission Havvests." Mrs, >y fyalton conducted the dcvd- onal wllh Mrs. C. M. Gray at the ano. : Mrs. B 'A Biitre >r» i ; stcd by Mrs, Robert E, Lee Kin B ho told.otrJ:thc "Harvest In Ilic umberlands," Mis. B. n. Allen who Poke of "Harvest In the Ozarks" id Mrs. o. M. Gray whose iheme us Harvest In Mexico." Mrs ,3lu- rt -H: Salthoii Jed (11 prayci .; .. Tcil 'cts were •presented by'jis many omen Iliustrathig "Home MI^"?, nnrat _ aiilorig nmiiy dllfercnt DOSE liy Helen IVtlslilracr VOl' Iliiuk you would be good for me, liul IlialViiU'S you no Lontcr, For c.-irrols an- a hiTillliy food Anil one 1 nmr oitlfrl' VOU'llly proni|il ami orderly, prcmr, And if you ait your (Inter You wpuliln'l Ic'l a blray \vonl slip— Ifs vain fur you 'lo linger JN iny confines. 1 like mw WJille imylliiiij) rxdliiiu You (|iinrrmllnc likr oluckc- My (fooil >"'•'", Wil l»e lighting A 1.1, day, nil uighl, year [n, year onl, And you would hale Ihc iinl As much as 1 \vtiulil f^row to loathe JiigM hoius ul fOiiiUinl tjtiict. TllliHE arc many i;]rls,iiiv nice young ma I'i'om Home lo Bcllilclit-m, Who'ic fond or Mary's lilllc lamb, )iul I'm jiol one (if I Promised Laiid League Meets The Fpworth league of Promts- cd Land met Sunday evening will a lesson lert by Mrs J S Godwin She was assisted by James Me Gaughey, Miss Lola Thompson and MUs Verna Pearl OBannon. Nex Sunday's leader will be Miss Bars J^ne Briscndine. t t » Baptists Ha*e Mission Proyram "Brothers in Black Here an There" was.tliD'subjecl or the wo man's missionary society mectin at the church Monday altcrnooi when Mrs R L Reeder was leader The program opened with prayc by Mrs. Theodore Logan; Mrs, Mur ray Smart placed tlie piano num bcr ' Variations of Deep Kivcr" an the devotional was given by the Re Alfred Carpenter who used the fifth chapter from 1st John, 'And They Prayed" Mrs Paul L Tiplon sang a solo, "Were YOU There?" bet»rc There \vns.an liitorjiinl rt'irort of ie recent r ou \ -,"« "cliig. .perreclcd for ic Mission study and week of layer and self dental for this «»se In November. Bits QJ Mostly Personal Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul : Clrecnwei lave returned from a week spent n Louisville, Ky., visiting Mr jrccrifrell's brothers. Miss Ruby Nctu, who is serious!} 11 at thc Blythcville hospital, is mimprovcd today. Clay Todd is a pnticnt nt the Memphis Baptist hospital. Sum Orgel, of Cnruthersvillc, nt- nded lo business here yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Car! Davis am son spent the weekend at Black Rock, Ark., with relatives o! ATi Davis. Mrs. Hunter c . Sims was a Mem Phis visitor yesterday. Mrs. Hnrry Hninby wns called I Springfield, III., by Ihc illness o 666 lUirt, Tablets, Si!ve, Nose Dron Checks Malaria in 3 days, Cold tlrsl day, Hcndachcs or A'cnralgl in 30 minutes. Pine Uxnlive ami Tonic Most Siwcdy Remedies Known HOUND CVRLS AND HACK WAVES ... the 8r;ison's Hlmlc , Waves that sweep Bracefull> backward form thc [oiinda- " tlol )<i« ' this ' charm in8 Dcrmanent And those saucy curls-ths, younger -set is mad about them They're jusl^as lovely for day and evening wear "/C'.V Phone IOC tot Appointment ;M|rgaret Deert's Beauty Shoppe daughter, Mrs Luwmicc Burns, i Pcmlscot Comity Post No. 88, Am- Legion. Sidney Des Vigne and his 11- ilcce novelty d(lnc6:band not only 10 will undergo an operation for ipemlicllis lodny. B. ,\. Lynch' Is at the Memphis elhodlst hospital this week for enlmcnt.. He went down Sunday id Mrs. Lynch spent yesterday Ith him. jib condition Is not ser- us. Mr. nnd Mrs. n. E. Novvell lave ikcn a Shane apiirlment on West laiii street. Jnck App'Iebaum is attending to uslncss in Memphis today, Tlie Rev. nnd Mrs. Marsh \i C \\ iway arrived iiome last night Irani :i Dorado where they attended the letting of Synod. Mrs. ! .W; H. Mlnyani \c\s In s hls-yestcrdiiy:: Mrs. WV j, Pollard and Mrs in W Klrby siwnt yesterday IcmjiJils. : ..j «...,v\.. uiinii nut uniy *.""M" niMiiivi t-unft.uy. ivir. Hna Airs, uconrc Ada play marveaoUsraahcc music, but -•:..Third, and Fourth Grades: Vera little daughter, Joanne were lavn'lnnhv nm'nTtJEK,6*,..,t,. n,^i. ^.- . — .__ • .' wt - 11 - 1- In P.-ULHEB Mrs, Scott Wood Will Address County Council Meeting at Leachville Airs. Scott Wood, Hot Springs, (resident or the Arkansas Congress of Parents nnd Teachers, nad ur. !. T. Vestal, Arkansas State col- cge, Jone.sboro, will be thc ))rlncl- >al K|W!ikcrs at the all day mcct- ng or thc Mississippi County Council or Pai'dit-Tcaclicr assocla- lons at Leachville Friday. Others o participate in tlio program will ie Hunter Bteadman, principal ot thc Blyllievillo Juiilor high whool, who will speak, on -'Looking Forward," H. S. Hasscr, snpei-inlcndcnt or schools nt Leaclivllle, who will iive the welcome, and Mrs. H, C. ^angston of Luxorii, president, who vlll bring a message to the coun- •IJ. The Invocation Is to lie sold by lie licv. J. T, Renfro, pastor of he Second Hnptlsl church at ISly- licvillc and or the church at Leachville high school chorus will e, and » playlet, "Hardships of . Cluh orflccr," will be given by he Public Speaking class of the ilylhevillc high school. Lunch will K served by the Leachville P.-T.A. n the community club house. Mrs. Wood will speak on "School of Instruction" and "Active Participation in Civic Atralrs the Citizen's Privilege" has Ijeeii chosen by Dr. Vestal for his address, Junior High Honor Roll at Armorel for September First anfl second grntics: Wayne Rhoads. Ernest Spencer, Mary Agnes Pecplcs, James Spencer, Bcv- llia Stokes, Louis Scrivncr, Otis Lyons, nob ComUser, Simpson Williams jr., Mary Frnnoss Lyons, Mnry Emma stcndinan, Bcttie Jane Manes, Imogeiic Needhani, Margarctte , , »»..,i,,,u ivcm Bowling, Annie Knlhcrine Baxter, over two weeks. Martin Edward Pankey. that CH- Icrlnln the spectators as well as the dancers. The very latest' amplifying system carries the music to all parts ot, the, rtahce floor, and also to those who cnjoj iplnintlon in the stcnm-hbhtooY. glass-enclosed cabin or this • popular steamer, Ihe Cipltol is on Us way to New Oilcins Tho excursion will leave Cnruthersvtlle nt 8 3o p m Filday Oct 19 ..TUESDAY. OCTOBER; 16,-1934 Novvcll, Edward Spencer, Virginia Necdham. Fifth and Sixth Grades: Donald Estes, Patton Pickcns, Juanlta Pankey, Mary Conatser, Jessie Ruth Hill. Seventh and Eighth Grades' Gcorgamie Little. Ninth and Tenth Gi'ades: Minnie V. Klsscll, Maurinc Harrison, Sara Jane Brl&ndlnc, Norn Hogan Margie Needham. Good Citizens for September: Bob Conatser, Leonard Williams, Inez Dobbs, Otlis Lyons. Helen Cat«s Cora Ann Stokes, Sam Abemathy, N. J. Justice, Vera Nowcll, Donald Estes, James Julian, Uay Downing, Mary conalser, Joe McKinihin Minnie V. Kissell, Bertha Stokes Mary Pi^uces Lyons, Hurley Spencer, Wayne Rhoads, David Afc'er- nathy, Marguerite Bowling, Annie la\ sDobbs, ixmi.sc Robbing, John Julian, W. O. Anderson, Jessie Rulh Hill, Sylvia Dunlnp, Maurinc Harrison. Perfect, Attendance ror September: Imogens Morrison, Margiic- rettc Bowling, N. J. Justice, Glenn Morrison, BBob Conalser, Opal Baker, Jean Williams, Jackie Cumberland, James Bowling, Lois Lyons, Ann Blackwoll, J. Ruth Hill Roy Downing, Mildred Eadcs, Sylvia Dunlap, Max Watson, Maurinc Harrison, Nora Hogan. Joe EsJes Annie Lois Dobbs, Christine Morrison, Thclma Morrison, Bertha Stokes, Beltie Jane Mnnes Betty Joe Conatser. John Julian, Lannie Morrison, Vcra Nowcll, Martha Prullt, Wondene Plckens. Denvllle Downing, Johnson BlackiveJl, Imo- Bcne Smith, Lucille Abbott, Paul Lawrence, Snra Jane Brisendinc Minnie V. Kissell, Merle Conatfeer! H iift man _.'• a "< ! Mrs - E. M. Huffman ot Blythevlllc were guests Thursday of friends here, including Mr. and Mrs Ike Browning aud Mines. Beadie Lyle and Maltie Page. Mrs. Maltie Page, who has been "II for some time, Is showing improvement. Mi-, and Mrs. A. L. Beavers and son s arc visiting relatives in Rinley Miss. Johnnie has been sick for Mr. and Mrs. George Adams and Of Mrs. Mary MeiTltt and Mrs. Mattie Wbllohurst Ihe early jwrt or last week. Miss Marie IWy his been employed nt Ihc canning factory at Bly- thcville. Mrs. Hulon Holmes and daughter, Blllle Jeau, of Blythcville, were here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs, Lonnic Moore carried several from here (o the fair at Caruthcrsvlllc Thursday. Complete Nursing Course Missct Nona Crews, Mable Fon- flrcn and Emma Baker have graduated trom the Blythcville Hospital statr of student nurses after having completed a two and a half years course. All of them arc remaining In the city for special nursing. Driver Falls Oft Wagon, But Not Water XENIA, O. (UP)~ Clarence Bo«'- crmaster, 46, is driving his horse and wagon iii peace, certain of liis right to drive. It all started this ay: Bowcrmastcr was arrested abouj 10 weeks ago charged with driving his automobile while Intoxicate-;!. He was fined, deprived ot his drlv- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Couple driving Ie Detroit wants two passengers to share expense. Call 130. 16-c-k-19 For Sale MOORE'S AIR TIGHT HEATER, Cost $65. Will sell ror $15. Thomas Land Co. . 16-ck-tf For Rent FURNISHED apartment, 4 rooms & bath. Ward apartments, 1035 W. Ash. Call 068 or 650. 16-ck-tf 3 Doses of Foley's Lposens Cough Proof! HONEY TAR Trtll. ' ~ ni%m Forpld or>'ouig-duii ngdAy or night—you can lajtly rely on f 'olry'i Ilonfyand Tar tot und&'i/rou'iid^ bu)b of the California soap plant may be used as i cike of soap / > iidney Des Vigne Band ||JPlays Aboard Capitol The sumo band , tlmt played board the "Capitol" this . spring, lid plcnsed thousands at St. Pan! urlng the summer, will be aboard he j)i« steniwhcelor when it stops t CaiXilhersvillc, Friday night, Oc- ober id, for thc last excursion nnd Inncc of the season, sponsored 'hy ^/^K kV W m. • 1^ .Nje^ ff^^^^^^ ". :• ^Vatye Laxative ''CHILDREN LIKE THE SYRUP V I S , ' ! °" r "S 1 * endorsed by Idna Jt TcrgusSn" in the < _ Courier, Nc»re Ccjokin? School Ihis neck " I TALKED TO AN EXPERT 11V SIAUKIiliN KfXG S'ORBIS, SOCIKTV EUIiOlt ; l!I,VT»EVH.t.E COliKlElt NEWS As a nctt'spapcrwoivmn, when I want tlic facts about snythinj;, I go to the person who knows them best. Naturally, when I deckled to find our how I could be sure of always scttins gocx! i en, I turned to thc food expert in charge of our cooking school. Mere is what she said: "If you want Rcntiincly x<xxl j«i, thc kind lh;it charms you with its fine flavor and alluring fragrance, liuy India's f,'ood Black tea. tl is fast becoming •America's favorite. It is so rich, winy and full-flavored. And it costsnomorc l turn ordinary teas. To get India Tea, look for the India trademark (below) on every package of tea you bily." INDIA %TEA - P. S. IVe /olloirct! (Ms (iidicc. I can ensure you tli/it my (raise of Mill Tea merits a front 5 tor)'. Ther es, ware KG Bakiiig: Pdwder Will Be '• ::'. by '•••:" ( MISS EDNA M. FERGUSON in the Courier News Cooking Scliool The lecturer uses the double-tested —double-action KG baking powder to demonstrate how you can produce delicious bakings .of fine texture and large volume. Well-known domestic science lecturers and millions of housewives know from experi- ence'there is real satisfaction arid economy in using KG BAKING POWDER Same Price Today as 44 Years Ago 25 OUNCES FOR 2Sc ^Manufactured by Baking Powder Specialists who mak« nothing but Baking Powder—under supervision of expert chemirts of national reputation. The tniality 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. There Is none >rM«r - purer - more efficient MILLIONS OF POUNDS HAVE BEEN USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT — x*^ Read Courier Newc V^ant AdR. .. .Helps PREVENT many colds ig rights for six mbriihs. Dotcr- ilncd not to wald, he resurrected wagon and'acqiiired a hor«. "A fciv days ago, he drove-down 'main street. He (ell from- the agon'Seat Into the street. Police rrestcd him. Prosecutors strivcd n vain to find a statiilc against flvlng a horse and wagon while ntoxlcatcd. • Municipal • :Judge p. Johnson fliied Bowernmster fas, IMtOfS Uf EACH NOSTIlt Tailored ^access in flannel - / 10? If you twve ».y«n for thtf air of «p»jnivo simpHcrry (tilt 900 with ifrlcHy t*i- !or«d thinqt, .(at .who doesn't) Iwre'i your dr*t«i Fin« woo) -flannel dona in th« man-tailored .way «nd topp»d.wrrh another t . tuave i f our - In - band ti». • Rne •for/itr««t;i»p 8rt ' '** tchoel.', .- ••'-.-.••• Othcn Nelly Don Silli and" Wop! •FROCKS' . .,.- • Nelly {>on ; (?otti)ri /'.MtSS WHITSITTS SHOP j

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