The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 23, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 23, 1934
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MB! TWO . Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Womin'a Council First Christian church 'meeting with Mrs. I. O. Westbrook, 3:30 P. M. W. M. 6., First Methodist church meeting at-ehureh, 2:30 P. M. U. D. C.-/ convent Ion business meeting, Hotel Noble, 9 A. M. U. p. C. luncheon by Chamber of: Commerce at Woman's club. U. D. C. mcmor|nl service lor public at First Baptist Church, 2 P. M. Delphlin Fine Arts club having tea at country club for visiting convention women, 4 P. M. PftsldenU' dinner, Hotel Noble, 6 P. M. Historical program for public' at city auditorium, 8 P. M. Mrs. Farnsworth Black having Wedneid&y Bridge club. Ijjewls'h Ladies Aid society mccls at 'home of iirs. H, Hess. Hcarn street. '' THtmSDAY'S EVENTS .American Legion auxiliary lifiv- Jiij; breakfast for U. D. C. m«m- befs, Hotel Noble, 1:30 A. M. lUnvelling of Blythcvilte boulder program at Mahaji park, 0 A. M. 't). D. C. business session, Hotel Noble, 10 A. M. .Lunclwon for U. b. C. members at' Woman's club, 12 . M. I ,' " FRIDAY'S LVENTS ,.MTB. Lloyd V. Wise*', and Mrs. F»d Child "having ; bridge and Wk benefit parties at Child resl- denc*, 2:30 p. M., and 8 P. M. i Mrs. J. F. Lent! and Mrs Russell Fair having bridge party nt Fa'rr home In evening lor Miss Husson, bride elect. Anno?elP.-T. A. His Mcttinf, '[The Armorel P.-T. A. held it* regular monthly meeting Thursday. I*dr the program the pupils of Mrs. AJlcc Woroack's room gave a resume on a unjt of work done on "Indian liUe" during the last two weeks. A play was given "One Day,In an, Indian village" ' ;).:"( |7 f Miss Bob Williams' ,'and Miss Clarice Kennedy's rooms won $1 each for 100 per cent home room P»la membsrshlp. Several new rnrnberc. were welcomed. Mrs. Hale ga\c a piano solo. Miss Kennedy sajig "By (he Waters of Minneioii- ka" accompanied by' Mrs. Baysing- •>The program "Oharacle'r Educa- tton" was discussed by Mrs. Conatser, Aliss Berntce Reed, and Mrs. T; E Talc • Refreshments of devils food cake, cheese pumpkins, arid coffee were served by Mrs Tate, Miss Reed, and Mrs. Ashley, hostesses. Cites MeeU. -:'.:; ;• -';••;- '-.•: ;•;.--< • ThorBerean. Bible: class 'of' thc First.Presbyttrian',church, lield Jt.s regular monthly, meeting last evening in the home of Mrs. .T. J. Mahan. with ten members present. Dur ing^the business'., meeting arrangements v,cre made and committees appointed to have charge of preparing and serving refreshments nt the church qallowo'cn party on Oo tober 30 Thc usual- contest of Bible trueslions took: j>lace'during the social hour, and the hostess served angel food cake with whipped cream and hot tea. * * ' • County Jr.-Intermcdiate B- y. P. U. Have A Netting. MIES Corlnnc Hnrdin, of Dell v,as elected president of Hie Mississippi County Junior-Iniermcd- late B Y p. u. association in a meeting Sunday at Dell, oihcr officers named were: Hcrscliel Pickens, Armorcl,- . vlcc-prcsWent- Mtes Imogenc Smith,' Armorel, secretary, Miss Adele Cossert, Blv- tneville, treasurer; Miss Evelyn Smart, BVjlheville, chorister The Dell junior group won thc attendance prize witir80.1-3 , KT cent and the Dell Intermediate !£S!V?» tlw . : efficiency banner wth M 1-2 per cent. : The 42 present were from Bly- ttaille's First ahd second ehur- Bits oj Nuts Mostly Personal William Laiis Is spending H few M| ._ allcl Mrs A - dnys In St. Louis buying goods fts thc|r , s Mrs fnv rMn E'ntihmn . . . . . for Die Fashion . ,.~. ------ ull(l L'raiuiuangnier, MUSS ucriuuc Mable Simon, who attends Ullsscn „, H arrlsburg. Ill,, and Mrs, ' - State Teachers' college, In Memphis, spent thc week-end at home. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Belt ire going lo St. Clcncvicve, Mo., for ro Bcvcial days lo attend to business. ' Tom Stovall, of Budora, Ark., who has been visiting his brothers, W. H and J. H, Stovall for several days, returned to his home last night, Qsceola Society — Personal Mis. D. F. Tns'lor jr. is entertaining at bridge, nt tlic munlty House Thursday Coin- ttftcr- noon. Eighty friends, including many from Marked 'Itcc, licr former home, win enjoy her> hospitality. * '• • • Mrs. George Abrcy was hostess to nvc tables of bridge at her home here Friday afternoon. Mrs. K. L. Qulnn was winner of high score prize Mrs, S. V. Frnzlcr won second high score award nnd Mrs. Lovcwell won Die trnvellDg J. H. prize. Miss Cora Lee Colcmnn of Bly- thevillc was an out of [own guest. Mrs. Ed L. Qulnn entertained the Thursday bridge club nt her home here. The. three tables included, besides the club members, Mrs. Ben F. Butler and Mrs. Jim Driver. Mrs. J. H. Hook was win, of high score prize and Mrs. river cut consolatfon favor. * • " * Twenty-five friends and relatives of Mr. and. Mrs, c. C. llow- erlon attending their wedding, solemnized at the bride's home here recently. Magistrate W. p. Hale olficiatcd. Mr. and Mrs, iiow- erlon will live on Highway 01 near Osceola, where he Is engaged in rining. * > • Miss Mlldrod Sales of Luxorn nd Mr. Willis Wnlls ol Osceola =re united ,ln marriage by Mng- tratc G. L.! Waddell. * • * ,. * Alvln ,Wrlg;,l nml.i-Mtes Elsie inltli.;, both of Tyronza,': were arricd at Osceola on October 18, ita, ville. Leach. The Dell group had the program foUowing Ihe • business session ^J 1 ' 0 . ''«t meeting will be ti ie second Sunday. l n .January >• .«•' . Business . Women R«ve Cfurrn Sludy. , '"'*»•«!'" Presented ^! 1 thc E ludy of rneet ng of the Bus- Professional Women's rh charm iness and evening,- at the accepting Mn, i w . ere miicto :f ar ' I'lviUUon to' go to Osceol Th. rsdi.y evening i or a simila I™, Mfe Mamyc Is to have .charge Mr First , dlst Methedisl Women Have Mission Study. lmty Cour5c " church met --«l the c ... Mrs L E 7,, had chatgc of the devotiona: „, -study course. This eroupTsta t >"£ » new sluiy course on Funeral Postponed Miss 8arah ' ith Magistrate W. elating,'. P. Hale of- T. H. West of Memphis nnd iM C. Helen Willis of New York ty were united in man-Inge at Jsccoln on the evening ol Oclo !i' 17. Magistrate fficlntcd. W. P. Hale M. W. Wigglnlon and Miss l,u- lo Davis, both of L'nney, were tarried licrc. Magistrate W. P. talc said thc ceremony. Alivcr Anders and Miss Lcc Jimbert, both of Lepanto. were Osceola. with Magls- Hnic saying Iho cere- , larrlcd at ralc W. P. lony. Dcnison Wolford and Miss Ruby ife, botb of Hatcher, were mar- ied here. Magistrate W. P. Hale aid the ceremony. liss Lorene Killetl and joe Dunavant Wed CARUTHERSVILLE Mo marringe of Miss torenc f this city and Mr. Joe B. Ditna- ant of thc Klnfolks niclge com- Tiunity was solemnized in this city .unclay afternoon, the Rev D K Ftoter. pastor of tile First Baptist Church saying Hie single ring cere nony In the presence of a fci relatives. The Ijrldc Is the daughter 0 [ Mra Rosa Killctt of this city. She was i member of Ihc 1933 grivduatlm- clnss of the Carullicrsvillc- HiBh •?cnool. At present, she Is employed at he Wright Brothers store. Steele-Cooter Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. A. T. nd granddaughter. Earls have . w. Diilton licrnlce . , Cr(;wg , N , Iilhclt (or HTOk M , M Dil , lle , Crelvs nd dnughter, Miss Qlcnny, of C'al- Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Kind and , and Mrs. L. C. of Cavuthcrsvllle, last week- , en<i In Joiner, Ark., «s guests of Mr. iml Mrs. o. N. Sanders. Mr. aiid Mrs, Abner Aslicroft entertained Mr. and Mrs. John Tucker nnd Mrs, J. H. Jones, of Cooler, Hubert Swilley, of Casa, Ark., Mrs. D. W. Spencer ami children, -of Washington, D. C., L. C. SjKJiccr, Mr. and Mrs. Erwood Brown, Paul mil Culvin Gene Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vick announco he birth of a daughter on October 15 nt their home in stcelc. Mr. and Mrs. Liudsey Smith, of Carutliersvlllc, announce the birth of an eight-pound daughter at the home ol Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, p, Vick, in Hteclc, Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Miller II. announce the birth of their second con nt their home In Cooler Thiirs- dny evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gates Jr. announce thc birth ot n daughter, Marilyn, at their home in Holland October 17. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert Burns have named Ihe son born to them on October 9, Billy Dean. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I). Myrant spent last week end In Poplar Bluff as guests of Mr. and Mrs. p. B. Myrant. Mrs. Myrant remained Tor a week's Visit. .rnmes L. cnssldy was guest of ills brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. T. Leonard Cassidy, of Morley, Mo, Pi-Way. The Rev. M. A, Masscy and thc Rev. Herman Wagnor attended thc annum M. - E. conference at Jackson last week. Mrs. Harold Stroud nnd children, of Blythcvlllc, are guests of Mrs. Stroud's grandmother, Mrs. S. A Burns, of stcele. George Barnes is resting well in the Blythevlllc liosjillnl following an appendectomy. Mrs. clmrlcs Bates and sot), Pat-' -y, returned Sunday after spending J week in Carutlicrsvillc as guests of Miss Mollie Lcc Bale.s. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. c. Spencer and Mrs. Abner'.Ashcrnft were visitors In Canithcrsvlllc 'and Htiyti Friday. They- were accompanied home »!' Mrs, A. L. McBrldc and son. Uoytt, ol Caruthcrsvlllc, who vis- He dlierc Friday • night. 'D. Ben Holly .spent last week end n Hot Springs, Ark., with liis'wife. He was accompanied home by Misses Josephine irolly' and Rubyc Bar- kcr who had been there for the past Ihrcewceks. Mit.' Hoi" ly will rcluni Wednesday Miss Opal Earl left Sunday to .tend a business college - ~- Master Junior Courntyc, who ha< been very sick with typhoid i' showing some Improvement Mr. and Mrs, u. n M ivell an, Misses Mary Ella ami Hobble w kcrson were guesls of Mrs. Rhodes, of Blylhevillc Friday The .small daughter of Mr and Mrs Jack Caldwell Is still seriously llMn the hospital at Cape Glrar Mrs. Mike O'Kellcy, of Savannah Tenn., who h as been A Blytheville Children Will Appear on Screen Blylhevillc children from Ihree Hoitths tliroueh six years of age m be shown on the screen nt the _<oxy theater on November 5 and iollov,-|i) K Die making of pictures , in H s now rosling well at the home o her ( pare,Us, Mr. ana Mrs. ciinrll during the coming few days Mothers arc Im-Ucd to take their children to the Roxy theater between 9 a.m. and 5 pm for the free filming. The pictures will boilaken Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Head Courier "cws Want Ads, PENULETON, Ore. (UI')—One tlioiusand acres of eastern Oregon land were offered for sale today by the Stanfield Irrigation District for $15 an ncrc. The offer came as the result of $100,000 worth of construction work Ijelng carried on in thc district by the United States Bureau of Reclamation. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, best Colds — .... Best Treated without "dosing" visas STAINLESS now, if you preki This is the recipe for the surprise pie demonstrated last week at (he Courier News Cnokinjr School by Miss Kdna M. ft gene Jenkins attended the leac "- rs meeting in Gape Girardeau hmaday nnd Friday ifrs. John iMcker 'nnd children JJ Cluster Taylor and daughter nd Mrs. J. W. wcbl) were vJs IWrs n Blythovllle Friday Homer Waters has been removed to his home at Cooler after Tc In'' H ni "' e BJ 5' tllevi "<= I'osi a nervous breakdown. caption complaint; of Thornion. C.\UI) OF THANKS Little Kittle Kay East Is in that life beyond 'the grave and It nils us almost, too full for utterance to know that our friends stood by us nnd were so loyal In every way in our bereavement. How our hearts go out to them. Little Kittle Ray was so sweet and had so many little things she did that she will never bo forgotten by Us. May God b>;s our friends fo their loyalty to us. C. H. East -and family. Stop Chills and Fever! (here l s wl.lch complete absence of snce of icat, exists at 459.C degrees Falir- WARNING ORDER ' IN TflE CHANCERY COURT CHICKASAWDA DISTRICT M1 =1 » PI COUNTV. AH..' Boss; Thorn I on, Plaintiji No. 5804 vs . /Flora Thornton, Defendant The defendant. Flora Thornton s warned to appear- within thlrlv nnys Jn the court immca in the .f ond th e pialntin, ^DnloM this 23rd day of Octobc--, R- L. GAINES, Clerk] By Elliott Sartahi, D. C. ! - M. Buck, Attorn- .y. 23-30-6-13 666 Liquid - Table Ls v«- Nose Drops Checks COLDS and '' FEVER First Dajl Headaches: In 30 Minutes Sundae"pie A surprise in Us ik'liclousncu. A iuf(i«'c. loo, in its ivholcsome .li^esliliiliiy B (,cn yon fiisko tho paslry vutii di a «Blibla Criaeo. > l* "» l " J m i||; , ,'i teaspoon nutmc« •> jj teaspoon vanilla 3 CK n-hilCE, Walcn etll l cup sweetened v,-!ili>]>c<l > «e rails cjcam /i cur> Erannlalcdsusar \i cupi;ratcd unsweetened }< U-aipooo salt VkocolaU or 1 la i cspoon gelatin 2 tallospoona K roun.l 3 lablcsiioons cold water chocolate Digestible Crisco pastry («„ lmls t cr rccip< ,) Heal roilk and X cup water in double boiler ulth nutmeg. Beat egz yolka will, sug.r nnd salt untillight. lour tho hot rnlli orer tlio f S f mixture; return In ,luub!o bojlcr ami cook unli | tne ron ,i,| cncj , o[ tMrk cream. Itcmovo trom heal: a(!il the gelatin which has r ?• wJ * i m!nule3 '" C «W »'«t«r. AtlJ vanilla. tool, \\heo cool and ready to Bet, beat with Uovcrcjs and aprinklc top with th« urawd choiroku' 1 CWSCO PASTRY . for 15 uiimUe". digests quietly. RISCO digests quickly wxi. u. 3. PAT. orr. (J I 7 \~s Jl ^ HAPPY DAYS FOR JOHN NOW John, I'm going 1o Iry cooking wiHi Criico— Mabel leHs me Ihor It makei even pie di- geilibte. OK, he'j doling himjeif up with toda ot v a'i always finiing over hii lummy. You havan't had any froubl* wj[h gai, John, iinee I've followed Hiat recipe Me cooking ichool leeluror adviied. I gueis il's true lhal Crijc'o digest! quickEyl Good Taste / The groom te thc son of' Mr and Mrs. Bob Uiinavant wcll- <nown residents of the Klnfolks Ridge Community. He also attended the local high 5ci, 00 ! t nnd ts iow employed on government construction work near this city. For the present the young' couple will make their home win, groom's parents. u,c Kitten Imprisoned 17 Hours ALBANY, N. Y. (UP)-Tiger, n kjttcn, was. rescued by an attache of the liumanc. society • after being Imprisoned 47 hours in a crevice between two buildings. After all other-effort* had failed, thc end of n long polo was placed under Ihc kitten's collar and the animal was hauled out. Shivering with chills one moment and burning with fever the next— that's one of the effects of Malaria. Unless checked, the disease will do serious harm to your health. Malaria, a blood infection, calls for two things. First, destroying the infection In the blood. Second, building tip the blood lo overcome the elfcct.s of the disease and to fortify against further attack. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic supplies bbtli these effects. It contains tasteless quinine, which kills the Infection in the blood, and iron. which enriches and builds up the blood. Chills and fever soon stop and you arc restored to health and comfoil, For half a century. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic h.ts been sure relict (or- Malaria. It is just as. useful, ;too, as a general tonic for old aiid young. Pleasant to take and absolutely harmless. Safe to give children. Get a bottle at any [irug store. Now two sizes — 50c . and $1. The 51 size contains times as much as the 50c size and gives you 25%; more for your money. —Adv. 6 morning because of delay In .the arrival of her biotlicr Ust rites will be said by thc Rev 512 1 *,,? 1 Beas!e y' P a «or of the ITm Church of the Nazarene, -at the family home. 3 Doses of Foiey's Loosens Cough Proof! '.'Couldn't sleep b«Mac of F ij ~ PhTtim Jf'oy.ofS-MiiR-diiiiwj.Uy m ^ViSX, 01 «$'''"* . SoK Dr. Floyd D. Howton, Dentist Announces thc opcn- of an office for denial practice in the Lynch building on South Broadway. JW "It's t pas ted" cclhn — cgninil irritation — o{a(»jf nush CWItil Hit. IL« AKIII. Ihe world's finest tobaccos are used in Luckies —the "Cream of the Crop"—only the clean center leaves—for the clean center leaves are the mildest leaves—they cost more—they taste better,

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