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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 22, 1934
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nro •L1THEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS CrC • • Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Berean Sunday school class First Presbyterian church meeting with Mrs. T. J. Mahan, 7;30 p.m. TUESDAY'S M'ENUi Mrs. Elton. W. Kirby having Tuesday Bridge club. U, D. C. convention opening' 8 P. M., With program for puollc at city, auditorium. * Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon entertaining Young Matrons Bridge club. YVtUi\tdUAY'S KVk*T8 Woman's Council Mrst Clirjsllou churih meeting will! Mrs. 1. O. WHtbrook, 2:30 P. M. W. M. S.,' First Methodist church ..meeting at church, 2:30 P. M. U. D. C. convention business meeting, Hotel Noble, 0 A. M. U. D. 0. luncheon by chamber of Commerce at woman's club. U. D. 0. memorial service for public at First Baptist church, 2 P. M. Delphian Fine Arts club having tea at country club for visiting convention women, 4 P. M. Presidents' dinner, Hotel Noble, 6 P. M. HlEtorii-iil program for public at city liuti oiium, S P. M. Mrs. Farnsworth Blnck having Wednesday Bridge club. THURSDAY'S UVENTS Mrs. ; \V. Jj. Horncr linvlng Mld- 'Wt'ek 1 Bridge club. American Legion uiixillary having brcul.iast lor U. b. C. liiem- bers, Hotel Noble, 7:30 A. M., UnvcilLig of Blythevillc bouldcf program ut Mahan park, 9 A. M. U. it. \}. business session, itofel Noble-, it) A. M. Luncheon for U. D. C. members at Woman's club, 12 M. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs.. Lloyd V. Wise and Mrs, Fred Child having bridge and rook benefit parlies at Child rcsf- ' tic nee, 2:30 P. M., and 8 p. M, Mrs. J. F. Lentl and Mrs lius- Mll Farr having bridge party at Fafr home In. evening lor Miss Marguerite Hiisson, bride elect. Miss Alva Jean Fisher Mr. : J ; Wade Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Fislicr ha\e announced the marriage tl their ifiughtet*, Alva Jean; to Mr James Wade Qulnn, son ot Mr. arid Mrs. Ed U Quinn, o( Osceola. The'ring sen-Ice was solemnized at Carutliersville, Mo., on October third, by the Rev. p. K. Foster, pastor of the First Baptist church;- •' i The bride wore a model of brown riioife faBeta cut lilted with a pleated ruffle around the neck and a straight tiiu'rt".' Her accessories were 'In ihj tair.e shade. Miss HeK-ri Latieti was her innltl of honor thd Air. LOuis Ulascoc was :Mr. Quinn 's bcsi man. After a lour .tiays honeymoon In Memphis Mr. Quinn arid his bride nr.e now hi home with Mr. and Mrs. M. Fltisimmons. The attractive bride Is a member 6t a pioneer family of Bly- .trievllle and her ancestors tire prominently known through Tennessee. Mr.. Qi:inri, wh'ose family have long been residents of Osccola, is now bookkeeper at Dycss colony. A series of interesting affairs ore' being planned for Mrs. Quimi both here, arid In Osccola. . •' * , • * * te: Ethel Dark Weds Marshal Blackard The marriage of Miss Eliicl Dark', daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Burl M. Dark, and Mr. Marshall Elackard, was solemnized Sunday " tvcnihg, six o'clock, at Hayti, Mo. The Rev. J, W. Cunningham, of Steele, saifl thp pjjts at the home of Mr. arid Mrs. B. Hall before members of the families and a number ot'" friends. The bride wore a brown rough crepe suit in a tunic effect. The .coat had an Inverted pleat down the back and was trimmed with silver buttons, arid n double collar. The blouse was of white moire satin and accessories were in brown. Her corsage.was of Joanna Hill roses. Miss Virginia Cheatem, of Cliat- fee, Mo., was matd of honor and Mr. D:ck Tlpfon .was Mr. Black- afd's best man. Miss Chcatam wore X'brbw-n tailored Oat crei>= dress. •:•':..•'. . •. '.' Others ~!ioni oul of town who attended,.the ceremony' were: Misses Rh'cms'• Hafgelt', 'Jo Mcohce, Lollise ; aiid -Marie .'Le^gctf, Autfby Blythe ''•arid BoWta Saxe, E-.ncst Haynes, Dick Potter. Carl Rylce, Cliarlfs lirogdon, jfarmoii Hobin- son, Sanford Booiie and Jack Porker, of here, Miss clinrllne Darliam oi Clmffee, Mo, The bride come here three years ago from Chaffee, Mo. Mr. Blackard, who Is now employed at the Joe Ap|)lctatmi store, iras HII outstanding student when In high fchco) here having been a football star and president of several organizations. They are now at home wltli his mother. * i » Compllmcnl Hrldt'c. Mrs. Marshall Blackard, who before her marriage yesterday wus Miss Elliel Hark, was guest, of honor at a bunco party nnd lingerie shower given Friday evening by Misses Louise Leggett, Ithciiia Hargctl nnd Bonita Sa.\c at Hie Saxe home. Bridal decorations were usc4 ill which pink and white nrc<ln;n'lnV atcd. A large pink umbrella, filial with gifts, was suspended over a bridal table at, which the guest, of honor was seated. By pulling fibbosis the gifts were showered upon her. In (he bunco flnme.s MJss Ami- Icy Hardlii won firet honors, lingerie, a handkerchief went to Miss Maxine Brlgliam for low score, find the traveling award, h powder Jrir, was Miss Jo McGhee's gilt. A tuna fish salad was served with potato chips, pickles and coffee. • + 4 Klmbrougli-Hiissell. .Announcement is made (oday of the marrlnuo of Mrs. Bettye Hasscll, of this city, to Mr. Paul Klmbrotigh, of Ilickumn, Ky. The wedding was solemnized Saturday afternoon nl Memphis, Tcnn. by the ncv. Mr. Wrenn, pantor of ft Methodist chinch. The couple were accompanied by Mr. nnd Mrs Ted Morrison, both of Memphis'. Mrs. Klmbrough is (lie daughter of Mrs. Doshla Mick of this clly where she has resided for a number of j'Cai-s. Mr. Klmbiongli is employed with e u. S. engineers, engaged In revetment work on the Mississippi river. )UcUov.c:i Club Jleclj. The McDowtll Music club, composed of pupils of Mta Winnie tee Jones, met Friday cvfinnj in the home of Mrs. Tom Harris. The hostesses for the evening ivero Misses Nora Pnyne, Altona Baker, N^axiuc Harris and Dorothy Adcqck.,) • The president, Miss Naomi Plnk- ston, presided. The program was opened by I he class singing the junior club song. After roll call fiiri minute the following gave P'.aiio selections: Ruth Pamicli, Bert uenlcy and Maxlne Harris. A piano duet was given by Nora Payuo and Allow Barker. A Irumiict solo by Jack Foster a vtcal solo by Ruth Pannell a sketch of the life and works of Jsclmbtil, by Buddie Willies and a biogi-HDhlcnl sketch of the life 61 tlubenslein by Billy Smuck. uBiKl«'icties, cake and colrt drinks were served to the members pres- env and the following gucste- Ann- Ruth Morris, Mr. and Mrs T roni Hurfls, Mrs. H. R. Hn iuck the Jail .service and the Christ Ambassador service next Sunday. The class welcomed a new mem- itt Into the group, Arnold Clayton. Much enthusiasm was shown over the new plun oi work. Gives Etlrlliilny DlniitT. Tom BIIKS, familiarly known ns 'Uncle Tom" entertained with a birthday dinner at the home of Mr. an Mrs. M, D. Urycans. about two miles north on Highway 01, Sunday. He was Vi. A delicious (tinner iif chicken nnd dressing ,lmm. slaw, salad, vegetables, pic and cake was served to 00 of "Uncle Tom's" frfends, As tokeiis o( love he received amierous gifts. Among the guests were the lost's (laughter ami grandcltiugJit- cr and grandson and txjvcral friends from Joncbboro. * • • I'V. P. 11. to :lVC SuplHT. The senior 11. Y. '!>, rj. of the New Liberty l!,i/)llst cliurdi Is sponsoring n box and pie supper at the New Liberty school building Thursday night ot this week. The proceeds of the supper are to l>ay for li. Y,.)'. U. literature arid iuppllcs. Everyone Is cordially invited ajid ;.spccinlly aro i members of neighboring Baptist Young Peoples Unions urged to attend. ., . ' .—-•-" • «• *\. ojimur.. Mrs. Crisp Denlcy and Mrs N iMnnell, Tlic IIPXI meeting O f this club will be l-.eld the first Friday in November in the home of Elolse Barnes. '\nibiissadors Meet. ^The Christ Ambassadors of the Assembly or c.ori church met Su day evening. new plan class being divided was started the into four groups, with Mrs. Irene Davis vi,- 8il Hopkins, Miss Lois Davis and Othal lioss as captains of groups Group No. 1 will have charge of Liixora Society — Personal Mrs. Lillian Mifllln Frcr of Shrcveport-, La., has arrived for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Nina Moore of Memphis IMS been the ciiest of Mrs. h. i. McDearman for (he past week. Mrs. llusscl Bowen was hostess .0 the conlract bridge club Tliui's- day night. Five guests besides tlie. club members were present, Misses Orlena and Carry Mny Hires,' Mr. and Sirs. Godfrey While, nnd BoU Gillespie jr. lliijli score prizes were awarded It. C. Lnngstoh and Miss Carry May Hires. Tlio following ladies from here attended the bridge party ,al the clutt house in Osceola last Wednesday, Mesdamcs Jesse Brown, Sue'Brown, Thomas P. Hudson, it. "J. LaiiBslon, Mattic Williams, May Tlioinpson and Miss Maxlne Broivii. A new beauty shop has been opened in the Sliman building, virs. Hoy Hudson ami her daugh- er, Miss Virginia Hudson are op- crallng it, both operators arc Ma- rlnello graduates. Prldny night Mrs. G. a. Wood entertained with a five (able bridge y, especlnlly complimenting her n.iuijhtcr, Miss Anha Margaret ft'cod, whose engagement was announced tit the conclusion of the BIIIIICS of bridge by Miss Ethlyn Howard, winner of DID traveling prize. Tiie interesting annnunce- uent was on a card enclosed in the traveling prize and read, "Wood-Butler, November 1st 19M." Oilier prizes were awarded Mrs. Hayes Gowah of Osccola and Mrs. Elizabeth Elias, after which delicious refreshments in keeping with the prc-miuCial anndimceincnt'wcre served. Several Interesting parties wil be given in honor of the popular bride-elect preceding her marriage. There will be a llhcn shower, with Mrs. R. T. Segraves and Mrs. Edward Segravcs, hostesses, and a night bridge party, with Mrs. Margaret Crihfleld, ami Mrs. Louise Me Henry, hoste.ises. Soviet Gels Fashion Conscious MONbAY, OCTOBER 2$; i9tM Bits oj A/eu;s Mostly Persona!. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burn. 1 !, Jr., or Union Oily. Tent)., spent Sunday here us (ho gucsls o! Mr. and Mi's. ( Jim Burns, Sr. anil Inmlry. Carney Laslic, Joe Craig ant! Frank Wliitworlh attended '.lie Alabama-Tennessee game at Birmingham Saturday. > Miss Mlldrai Moore; who attends Southeast, Missouri Tcnchers-, college at Cape Glrardeaii, • spent? the week-end at home:. , '! Mrs. W. a. urowd'er and daughter, imogenc, nntl son, Billy, MIS. Alma Bass and Miss Margaret Cray were In Memphis Saturday Ur. E. M. Miley, formerly of here and now of Oklahoma City, Okln., '.vas litre to-iay en roule (o Memphis for Hie dentnl coii- vvnlicn. Mrs. W. -A. Wskv.'noycr, of Lil- tlc Hock, l.i (lie guest oi her dnu- jlittr, Mrs, Ncill Heed, ami family, for several :u.\>. Mr. niKl MIVJ. nnndolnli Sinilli, ant! baby, spent (He week-end BI, Ditrtburg as the cucsls of Mr cntl Mrs. rage Hart Mrs. M. G. uoodwhi and ino- tlier. Mrs. A. Jt. Fiirrar, have returned, from a week's visit In Dyf'rrbr.rg. A. Wiley anJ \V. j. Wilson of Kipl«y, Teiin., s|»iu n lc week- cm! I ere as guests of C. J. Crime and icmlly, George W. CTIW, tf Verona,•New- Jersey, Is spending several days nere as the guVsl of Miss Kate Crane. Mr. and, Mrs. J. Nenl Gesell were visitors in Memphis Saturday. 1 John Dunictle was n visitor in ptoiivllle, '.-mm., for tlio-"week- end..*.;; ' . ,^i, .--. '-. • ' -yi.. ; 'Harfnori Robinson, who has been ill: for K week, has returned'to Dr Kudnpr's'clliilc In Memphis. J. E. Crllz Is much improved after, a week's illness. "Mr. tind Mrs. C'. V.'Sebaugh <md (laughter, Jcanetlii Jean, have • returned from a wecjjciul spent; in St. Louis. Dr. Finley A. Robinson, who (has been very ill, is now much improved. ' /" Gc;i. 0. A. DcSAussurc, former lommandcr of the United Confederate Veterans, and his 'daughter Mrs. wniiRin Jett. Mrs. John L Fuiley sr., Mrs. Harry Allen, first vice president of the Tennessee department of the United Confederate Vctefmis, 'all of Memphis, will arrive. tomorrow 7or the U; D. C. convention.' ' Mr. arid'Mrs.'-W.; Lobh Siiiith mil have as (heir guests,this \icek Airs. Smith's mother, Mrs. J! ; A Perdue, of Pine Bluff, who is coming for the U. D. C. convention Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Elkins spent yesterday at Wilson as guests' of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elkins.' Mrs. Allen Picfc'ard has gone to Brownsville, Tcii'n'., for a two weeks stay with her' mother, Mrs. T. j. Solomon. Miss Ruth Butt left last night lor New Orleans where she attends Sophie Newco'mb college af- ler having spent the weekend ut home. : Misses Huth Eleanor Tucker and Kntlicryn Denton returned yesterday to the University of Mississippi. Oxford, after spending the weekend here. Mr. and Mrs, Clarence VoUmer have returned from several weeks visit in LOS Angeles and other points of interest in California. They motored. Mrs. E. B. Noble returned today EASES ACHES LIQUID or TABLETS HOTEL NORLE Is Now. Agent For American Airlines, Inc. ' Call 835 For Information and Rci an Twe-ln the World with KP^PHILCO LlsUn to toR&», Berlin, Paris, Ma- drKl, Boenos Airts, Bussia, etc., as ,Well n your iavsrite American pro- gr»ms| TTitg new AH-Wa\e PHILCO HigH»r proridta foreign reception rejuferfy, ttoftly, and at full room volume! AR »m»ztngly powerful radio fn«» bttatihl six-leg cabinet with EASY TERMS— PHILCOS S20 Hiibbaf d Furniture Co. All - Wave I'hilco 1-U - - - SS9.50 V.'u cair> A complete fdccUon o! new All- Wave PHILCOS from $20 up. CORDIALS SMOOTH AS SILK Cordials get smoother and smoother! And smoothest of all are Kayser's "Cordials". They mold themselves to your figure. Made of delicate dull striped fabric. Finished with fine Lastcx. Adjustable shoulder straps. 58c - 75c - II JACK APPLEBAUM Paris and Hollywood may be the fashion centers of Ihe world— nol for Russian women. The silks r.nd satins and l.'ie frilly fiipy>eries of tha famous eoulur- icrsi will nob Influence \viiac '.he iiTll-circssel comrade will '.vfnr tnis winter when ;:hc struts out with the boy friend. Nevertheless Russia is getting C'the.', conscious. A most un- irrletnrian fashion chow was st.v.;c'd In Moscow, lo create t> iicnd for the Soviets' many new garment factories So, per- ;.'aiv=, it may be ' for designers to look to thniv laurc-h That Russia lacks Pat*:,', T.toiy ni-K}; and Mainbochf.VK is obvious from these pictures which are the first with fashion to corn 1 ' out of Russia since the new re BH!e ;ii'f..on. Here Is the lates: thing In sports cosluiii;:, f ji sl;.:t ing nud skiing this v.-mte'.-. Tin- jpu-er part ,-'f ihe cos-' i-. oy be worn as :\ skii' or by nieans of i tpec'ial but ton arrangement, may be tfafis formed into trousers. Today's Markets "losing Stock Prices New York Cotton A. T.vaud T 10 Anaconda Copper .... 10 Beth. Steel 27 Chrysler -35 Cities Service i Coca Cola 142 Gen. Am. Ttu>k 36 Geii. Kicclric 18 Gen. Motors 30 Int. Harvester 34 Montgomery Ward .... 28 N, Y. Central 21 Packard 3 Phillips Pet. 13 Radio 5 Simmons Beds g Standard of N. J. Texan Co U. s. Steel 0. S. Smelting . . 40 20 33 115 3-4 7-8 3-1 6-8 1-2 1-8 1-4 1-4 6-8 3-4 3-4 1-4 7-8 1-2 i-s 1-2 Oct. Dec Jan Mar May July Spots closed imclsa'ngcd arid ste'a- dy at 1250. Chicago Wheat open high low close ncc 98 5-8 98 5-8 97 1-8 97 1-4 "'lay 98 9B 1-4 97 1-8 97 1-! Chicago Corn open high low close Dec 76 1-4 77 1-4 75 1-8 V5 1-4 •lay 78 7-8 79 1-2 77 1-8 77 i-4 assigned duties. Each worker will be given one certain duty to perform. Only workers who have had 10 previous experlenle are being selected, Die company choosing to nstruct workers in its own me thods. NEW YORK, Oct. 22. <UP)_ Cotton closed barely steady. open high low close .- 1217 1226 1217 1311 . 1227 1234 1225 122 . 1230 1237 itit (228 . 1236 1242 It3i 1234 1241 1247 12M* ... 1245 1250 1241 12.41 ' New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 22. (UP) —Cotton closed steady. ., open iiigh low close Oct 1217 1219 1217 1217 Dec 1231 1237 122G 1221 Jan 1237 1237 ia'SB 1^31b Mar 1240 1240 1234 123 May 1246 1250 1240 124 •hlly 124S 1245 124* 1245 Spots closed steady at 1257, off 3. Women's Orchestra Lacks Its Winds and fctasses BOSTON (Up)-wind and brass are all Professor Jose Onate o! Boston University's College or Practical Arts and Letters needs to solve his troubles. Onate, who conducts the only all-fem'alc orchestra in the university, can't find any girls who play trumpets, trombones, clarinets and the like. "They're all violinists and pianists," the professor complains. Free Samples at Druggists of Vicks Remarkable Aid fa Preventing Many Colds Local Druggists arc Now Offering a Free Trial of Vi Va-tro-nol for Nose and Throat—Also Other Vick Aids to Better Colds-Control. .o Jonesboro after several weeks stay here. Mills Martha Lyn Norris, Harold Sternberg, Pat O'Bryaut, Nel- .011 Thompson and Mr. ami Mrs. Samuel F. Norris spout (he week end at the Oak Donic Outing club it Tulot, Ark. Mrs. Elton W. Kirby spent Saturday in Memphis. Mrs. J. Nick Thomas and daughter, Mrs. Hubert Potter, and Mrs. Carrol Blakcmore, spent Saturday in Memphis. The Rev. Marsh M. Callaway attended the Southwestern-Mississippi Stale game in Memphis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hairy W. Haines and son, Harry, Imvc as their ;ucsts Mr. and Mrs. George Gallup and son and daughter, Donald and Dorothy, of York, Neb., who will be here several days. Mr. Gallup Is a brother ot Mrs. Haines. Dr. Fred Child lias gone to attend the lyiid-Soiitli Post Graduate Dental clinic for three days. Hospital Notes iWmitlcd to the Blytlievillc hospital: Marvin Tawnsend, city; Burton Austin, Ekron; Walter Banira, Huffman; Mrs. Pearl Prcis- llss; Utah Morgan, Holland. Mo; Baby Myra Ann Wright, D2cring, Mo.; Miss Ruth Jean Peace. Deer- ins, Mo.; Mrs. Lena Gill/TRoute I; Mrs. Inez Clodfclder, Marked Tree; Blllic Norris Autlcy, Manila; Mrs. B. W. Slivers. Holland, Mo Dismissed: Mrs. E. A. Skinner. Manila. Operations Are Under Way on Limited Scale at Ca- nithersville Plant. CARUTHERSVIIAE, Mo., Oct. 22.—The Bro\vn Shoe factory, opened here Oct. 11, began actual opcraliom last week. H. W. Helm, prominent business mail, cut the first pair of shoes Monday niprning. Work was begun at 7 o'clock thai day when five youiig men assembled for Ihe first class. The company now has 12 men and 31 women working in the factory proper, while wttii ollice and hospital employes, those employed number more than fifty. 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